EmeraldShark wrote

it looks like you are a troll

Your front page is literally a column of memes, everyone of you is trolling, as if you actually think shitting in voting booths is the pinnacle of intellectualism.

you put something in the wrong forum

Which shouldn't be a banable offense. The publisher says it's News and Politics. I say it's Fascism-Rising. You say it's Conspiracy. My brother says it's Truth. Banning people because they categorize information differently than you should be the least of your priorities. This is RADDLE.ME. What does RADDLE ME mean? To shake up, to disorganize.


EmeraldShark wrote (edited )

They believe plants are people, animals are people, rocks are people, that everything has spirit that is to be respected, and healing is a combination of providing nutrients as well as resolving spiritual issues such as a violation between a person and a rock, or plant, or animal, and changing the mind set of the person.
As such, simply reading the material would quickly overwhelm any modern individual with the heavy amounts of unknown culture references, unknown religion references, and spirituality.
I will admit, I've had my share of ghost experiences so I was pretty interested to hear about their take on spirituality. I think by rocks they mean minerals which are crucial for healthy function. A deficiency in a certain mineral could result in bad side effects which over long term can alter brain function, so thus experiencing a rock could actually affect the brain function to perhaps a noticeable level in an extremely deficient and sensitive individual, which is a prerequisite to becoming a medicine man. Without modern medicine, they would not be able to identify the mineral, and this would lead them to believe the rock has spirit because it affects their moral, mood, and feelings. For example, Lithium Carbonate rock springs in Japan are known for their healing affects.


EmeraldShark wrote

It was shocking partly because Jim, then 50, had been working on improving his lifestyle and losing weight, focusing on eating more healthily and taking regular exercise.

Waits until 50 to eat healthy and exercise, begins overdosing on stimulant loaded with caffeine, internal organ fails.
Should have used olive oil or amaranth oil to get the squalene he was deficient in.


EmeraldShark wrote

“Your beliefs become your thoughts,
Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.”
― Gandhi

"What you think: you become,
What you feel: you attract,
What you imagine: you create."
― Buddha

"Look deep into nature, and you will understand everything better."
― Albert Einstein

A healthy environment naturally produces peaceful thoughts. A toxic environment naturally produces violent thoughts. Change your environment, you change yourself, and the people you are around.

Reply to Fight by /u/ziq


EmeraldShark wrote

"Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very glad of this opportunity of saying a few words to you about the problem of pacifism... In my opinion, the best method in this case is the violent one of conscientious objection, with the aid of organizations for giving moral and material support... It is an illegal struggle, but a struggle for people's real rights against their governments in so far as the latter demand criminal acts of the citizen. Many who think themselves good pacifists will jib at this out-and-out pacifism, on patriotic grounds. Such people are not to be relied on in the hour of crisis, as the World War amply proved." - Albert Einstein, The World As I See It


EmeraldShark wrote

I never said I hate this place, and you can't miss somebody you never knew.

He was hired to write ONE article on TDWorld in 2005...

And now he's working as Vice President of SCS Engineers. Like I said, people switch jobs.

It's not that hard of a concept to understand. Electricity builds up if it can't go anywhere, until it can go somewhere. That's how lightning works. And cell waves cause voltage build up. Look at this:


EmeraldShark wrote

His "sources" are people working at the same place as him.


You work in engineering, yeah your peers are sources.

You go to court and need a professional source, guess what, you need an engineer.

You need a building that meets code, you need an engineer.

Engineers are THE SOURCE of true information. Not CNN, not FOX news, not some dumb news anchor who majored in English, not the Government, ENGINEERS.

Also let me introduce you to another concept, people can switch jobs. gasp!

Doug Dorr used to work as a Program Manager at Electric Power Research Institute Inc, how odd, I wonder how he got a job at TDWorld with that sort of background??

But nah, the reason I get pissed is because you skip reading the article and don't learn shit, all you want to do is talk shit about the individual. What MLK say, judge people by their content, what they bring to the table, and not by how they look, or match with everything. That's why I'm pissed. Hell this whole forum is rascist, look at it all, classifying to yourselves what's fascism, what's nationalism. It's despicable, people should be allowed to post content where ever they like.


EmeraldShark wrote

"Developments are coming like storm."

Well yeah, FCC takeover by Verizon, Whitehouse whistleblower sentenced for jail 5 years for releasing documents that Russians did hack the election, 5g cell tower deployment, military un vehicles crossing into us from canada, militarization of police, concentration ice camps getting set up, IBM chips hacked jeopardizing billions in infrastructure to hacking, Europe losing freedom of press, extinction of tropical birds...

At this point you should probably just be happy you can even read opinion articles like this, you should know the world is in a massive psychological all out war. The capitalist system must destroy the natives because the natives are the direct enemy of capitalism, the trees, forests, tribes, deer, fish, plankton, and Mother Earth itself. So either the people must psychological become to the point to where they want to destroy the Earth, or they must psychologically change their path back to living in harmony with nature.


EmeraldShark wrote

If you're only obeying laws you agree with, then why pretend to respect the law at all.

In chess, there are things that grand champions do that don't make immediate sense, but their moves, every move, is very potent. In fact, it would be very difficult for an experienced player to play bad moves since they have trained their mind in such a way to not be defeated. So I think that if you disagree with an expert of revolution, then it may not be the quote that is wrong, but the line of thinking.
MLK did not say that quote for people who already disrespect the law, he said that quote for people who are always obedient;

"Never forget everything Hitler did in Germany was legal." - MLK

MLK was very aware of the evils that law can bring, and surely asked himself your question at some time, and what worked for him was that he was morally destabilizing people who trust/believe in the system. But he did say why we should have laws;

"It may be true that the law cannot change the heart, but it can restrain the heartless." - MLK
"It may be that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can keep him from lynching me, and I think that's pretty important." - MLK