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I’m sure this talk, about the intentional creation of racism and sexism, wouldn’t last 5 seconds on YouTube. 

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Amy B
Amy B
10 months ago

Yes, fucking brilliant, sing it brother, love you Matt!

PETER
PETER
10 months ago

When I was in school (70’s) we were always taught to see people as just people, not to identify them by their race, sexuality, handicap, religion, etc. Nowadays we’re all supposed to identify people exclusively as their race, sex, religion, colour, handicap, etc.

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
10 months ago
Reply to  PETER

Yes!
It definitely pokes at your brain doesn’t it? Literally raised to think that way and now we’re supposed to just change our mind about it?

Recynd 77
Recynd 77
10 months ago
Reply to  PETER

Since my son was in elementary school (he’s 25 now), I’ve said, “We spend the first five years directing their attention AWAY from their genitals, and then school spends the next 13 years directing it TOWARDS.”

Fuck that noise. By about 6th grade, my half-sleeping ass woke up, and I chose to homeschool (unschooled).

Deborah Joy
Deborah Joy
10 months ago
Reply to  PETER

Very true. One of my 2 best friends in elementary school in the 70s was black and my sister was friends with her sister. We were all just kids playing and biking together. I didn’t see her any different than my white friends. I loved hanging out with her and we went to camp together. Her mom was like our second mom. The only thing different between our houses was that they had a table in their living room that had zebra legs. Real zebra legs. That fascinated me and I loved zebras from then on. I feel bad for the ones who became tables though. All the kids in our neighborhood were friends no matter what colour we were. We were brought up in the 70s in Quebec to disagree based on languages, French vs. English. That was what they were and are still doing around here. If you’re one or the other you’re bad to the other party no matter what colour you are, what language do you speak.

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
10 months ago

My daughter’s old elementary school decided to change the nickname in 2020. The nickname was “Redskins“. The board of education was moved to do that after the Washington NFL football team decided to drop the same name after being used for 87 years. The elementary schools nickname was in use since the 1950s.

They claim that these were names that were offensive to Native Americans. I honestly don’t think any Native American protested using said nicknames. Not one. I think the board, like this video referred to, just made it up and “told ‘ the community that this was so. All they said was that they had requests to do so with no specificity as to who was doing the requesting.

Of course, the mascot had to go too. After all, it was a person dressed in a Native American headdress with a painted face.

What flips my noodle the most is that prior to this focus on racism the use of the nickname and mascots was considered an honor. At that time it was understood that if the nickname and mascots were being used, then the Native Americans would not be “forgotten“.

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William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
10 months ago
Reply to  Shelly Perrini

Great example, as we remove statues in parks, pages in books and nicknames and mascots (originated to “honor” others), whether everyone agrees with those or not, or likes them or not, making them vanish is pure NOTnilc taking scripts from the 1984 playbook.

It’s all prep IMO as NOTnilc presents softer and softer (ice cream) till there’s only one flavor Vanilla / Bland basics and bam, that’s when those that take the next Beast Bonus Boosters will be begging to enter the BOT.

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Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
10 months ago

Birth of the bot, yes! I love how you are able to put images to all of the topics that are discussed. True art!

Chris Mann
Chris Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Shelly Perrini

The Native Americans (some of them at least) want the REDSKINS name BACK!
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/native-american-group-threatens-commanders-boycott-name-change

William Burns
William Burns
10 months ago
Reply to  Shelly Perrini

Interesting development on the Washington name change: try searching for “Native American group threatens boycott if Washington NFL team doesn’t change its name back to ‘Redskins’” on your favorite search engine!

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
10 months ago

Thanks Matt and Rob…Born To Burn would have died at birth on YT, FreeVoice rocks.

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William Burns
William Burns
10 months ago

Could “Anal Access” also be called the “Pride Port”?

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
10 months ago
Reply to  William Burns

Very creative

Stephen DeGalvez
Stephen DeGalvez
10 months ago

They get one group hating the other group and then force them to intermingle. I remember watching a Hank Aarom documentary and all of the death threats and hate mail and somebody even wrote the nword on a wall and there was a news camera right there to film the result and imply that it was a white guy, of course, with out any evidence.
Any way, when he hit the record breaking home run, the almost all white crowd went wild with admiration.

Victoria M.
Victoria M.
10 months ago

Hi Matt, when I was a child, we had Wonder Woman and The Bionic Woman to look up to. And “Oh Mighty Isis” haha on Saturday mornings. You have to be really old to be walking around not having had a “strong female lead” in your early years. Hell, even Bewitched was a strong female lead and that was forever ago!

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
10 months ago
Reply to  Victoria M.

I loved Bewitched! Might as well throw Ginger, Maryann and Mrs Howell into the mix 😂

Jocke Someone
Jocke Someone
10 months ago
Reply to  Victoria M.

Jem and the Holograms? Never saw it myself in the 80´es, but think id liked it. I watched punky brewster though, thought she was great!

Rick Godley
Rick Godley
10 months ago

#letscreatearemarkablefuture

Shelly Perrini
Shelly Perrini
10 months ago
Reply to  Rick Godley

#wereottahere

Tracy Gallagher
Tracy Gallagher
10 months ago

Hi Matt, Dick Flinghammer here. Early childhood growing up in Maryland sometime before kindergarten I was flying a grocery store kite my grandmother bought me. My brother and I lived with grandma while mom was being a hippy after she refused my father, the decorated gunship pilot upon his return from Vietnam. 4 older black kids took the kite and tied me to a tree at the apartments with the kite string. They used anti white racial slurrs while beating the crap out of me, putting dirt in my mouth, spitting on me ect. Some well built guy came running up and they took off. He asked me where I live. I pointed up to the balcony and he said ” that’s not going to happen anymore. That guy became by stepdad. And he was right because he was an intense teacher of self defense and not taking that shit, tolerating anyone else taking that shit and MOST importantly never starting shit. God help you if you were to found out doing that. Even losing a fight or not doing the best to avoid it was a no no. Despite his human shortcomings and aggressiveness, I don’t fault him rather the evil systems here that had his dad in WW2 to return angry and violent in which my stepfather suffered terribly come to find out. Starting school a few days late in 1st grade due to moving my mom takes me to sign up, upon approach, a large crowd of black kids (40-50) are chasing a white kid around the side of the school.So we did first grade at some far off school Virginia that was nice. Little did I know that scene of a mob of black kids chasing a lone white kid was a harbinger of my 3 years at a Southern Florida HS after having a great time in Tucson the first 2 yrs. Shit in Tucson the black kids were the guys you rode skateboards, bmx and motocross with. Oh no not the same in the dirty south. Walking in a month late with my brother to that FL highschool it took less than 10 seconds to have a black guy (halls were full between 1st and second period) come from the other side and give me a shoulder hit into the lockers. Lol my brother just gives me that look with a raised eyebrow. I sprint down the hall after the whitey hatin’ punk and full flying leg kicked him in the back both feet. The mayhem exploded with just my brother and I against a whole hallway of black kids. Guess who got suspended and had to have mom and steppop come to the school? My brother and I that’s it. Can I mention there were faculty members in the hallway between classes that saw me get locker planted yet we’re afraid or negligent to come to my defense? My dean Mr. Pope was an old black racist. He used his position to persecute white kids. I’ve seen it numerous times even personally felt the sting of the paddle as he revelled in the “payback”. I watched him at the infamous semester riots where he saw 2 white girls assaulted at the concession stand by a gang of black guys. I was walking towards this as it developed and saw him open the door from the hallway to the outdoor concession area, see what was happening and turn and walk away. More payback for whitey eh? So many black guys wanted a piece of me. A 5/11 150 pound white guy. A lot of these guys no way I could stand toe to toe with in a ring though I could get lucky which was all that ever happened to me when being attacked.But out in horticulture class I wrestled lots of kids including black kids. It was known we didn’t particularly like each other but I never lost one match which fed their animosity towards me besides being an insufferable smartass of quick wit who would taunt them with their blunders in previous attempts to corral me😃 I’m fast and quick and cunning naturally plus my stepdad pounding it into myself, my brother and his son and daughter who we grew up with all within a few years of each other. I never got so much as a fat lip in 3 yrs of almost nonstop confrontations with multiple attackers My brother and stepbrother ( Brady Bunch style) hung with the rednecks there because at least they were standing up for themselves unlike the mostly the rest of the white kids at that racist institution called Boyd Anderson High school. And yes one day at the culmination of the semester riots about 70 black kids chased me around the school straight to the rumble zone right where the bus picks you up. And through it all I’m still that guy who cries sometimes when I see a dead raccoon on the side of the road. I’m a lover not a fighter no riddle to decipher

James Hawke
James Hawke
10 months ago

Every time truthers talk about the “great technological and scientific prowess” of the controllers, they admit to a deep inner fear of their masters. I rather like how she says “misogyny”. I could listen to that all day. “misogyny”…mmmm.

Deborah Joy
Deborah Joy
10 months ago

Thanks for the video, Matt! I’m looking forward to watching it. Zara was so cute in your last video. Have a great day!! Deborah

Deborah Joy
Deborah Joy
10 months ago

My mother always taught us to “treat others like we want to be treated yourselves”. Her exact words.

Tj R
Tj R
10 months ago

Watch the King of the Hill episode Tears of an Inflatable Clown. Mike Judge was making fun of the forcing students to notice their diversity differences back in 2007.

Jerzy Zdeban
Jerzy Zdeban
10 months ago

It can’t be such an “evil genius” if you figured it out pretty quickly. After all, there are more like you… so?!

Mark Cooper
Mark Cooper
10 months ago

Its not just the “notnilC”. Generation Y is the problem! That is the Pluto in Scorpio generation. Wherever you have Pluto there is an overemphasis on that placement. The characteristics of Scorpio is what makes these people overbearing, trying to change the world in an illogical way. They are self destructive!

Tyler Gorton
Tyler Gorton
10 months ago

We tried watching a movie the other night, ‘To Catch a Killer’. Inverted propaganda through and through. It literally depicted a group of white men with nazi tattoos randomly entering a convenience store, stealing things, then engaging in a deadly shootout with law enforcement. Because tatted up not-sees are always doing this kind of thing, why, it’s as American as apple pie. All I could think before we turned it off was, “The majority of Americans are likely tuned into this world view. For them, it’s reality, and this is how they make life decisions.” For many, these movies and shows aren’t obvious inversions of truth that can be mocked and easily dismissed. It’s deadly serious for them, as real as the sunrise.

What does concern me now is mainstream media’s attention shift to small town, rural America. The latest viral song from Anthony Oliver, ‘Rich Men North of Richmond’, has blown up in an astonishing way. This is putting a hyper focus on rural America. Where does it lead?

The true conflict in the world moving forward is not between races or classes, it is between urban and rural. The urban centers have by far the highest concentration of people fully “on the download”. The digital everything, technocratic future of urban centers is diabolically opposed to rural life in just about every conceivable way. It is imperative for the Notnilc to villainize rural and the volume is going to get turned up on that very quickly in my opinion. 100 years ago, 60% of people lived rurally. That’s down to only 20% today. What % is acceptable to the Notnilc, do you think? I’d say The Matrix gives us some idea as it likely involves the same math formula that the Architect came to when realizing it was impossible to retain 100% of human minds with the illusion. There MUST be an escape valve to release those few who refuse to be lulled to sleep… otherwise the pressure builds and builds until it causes a catastrophic failure.

So for any of you living rural, get prepared for some added hardships. The Notnilc is definitely going to attempt to funnel more of that 20% into urban areas. These will be economic pressures for sure, unreasonable new taxes perhaps, harmful and overly expensive new code regulations based on climate change lies… who knows what else? Will rural’s access to the internet be cut off? I’m not sure on that one, double edged sword. The internet can reach into rural homes and cause all kinds of problems for families, especially with the kids, so Notnilc likes that. It also means that rural people can expose urbanites to what it really is living outside of a city via YouTube channels etc. If I’m completely honest, having the incredible resource of rural/homestead YT channels played a sizable role in convincing us to move rural. There is SO much to learn and it can be intimidating, so having access to that wealth of experience made the decision to move out of the city easier to make. Nobody is going to force us at gunpoint to move back into a city, but the system will likely make it more and more challenging to choose a rural existence. So be it. This tactic ALWAYS backfires because it inadvertently produces stronger, more competent people. In this way, our little Earth experience does seem to be a naturally balancing system; extremes one way or the other will always cause growth in the opposite direction.

NWIC CONSULTANTS
NWIC CONSULTANTS
10 months ago
Reply to  Tyler Gorton

Find your concepts very reasonable and on target. I would ask for clarification on your statement that there must be an escape valve to release those who refuse to be lulled to sleep. Why and in what form? If the pressure builds what catastrophic failure do you perceive happening? Would very much appreciate your thoughts on this. Thanks.

Tyler Gorton
Tyler Gorton
10 months ago

The escape valve is self-reliance and personal responsibility, in my opinion. This is best achieved away from urban areas, but living rural isn’t a requirement of self-reliance. The one absolute about this Earth experience is that the control system (Notnilc) tirelessly works to remove personal responsibility from people’s lives. Along the timeline of human history, the level of self-reliance for the average human has done nothing but go DOWN. Today’s urban dweller does not have to produce a single thing to survive and even thrive. This leads to infantilization and a world view so disconnected from baseline reality that a person can be made to believe anything the Notnilc desires. Wisdom and discernment are things gained while doing the hard work survival here requires. Without the hard work part, a human gains neither wisdom or discernment.

Catastrophic failure: If the control system did not allow people to go off and be self-reliant if they choose that path, the system would eventually implode. This is just as the Matrix depicts it, with those who “wake up” being allowed to leave the Matrix and live in Zion. It’s a release valve to avoid the build-up of pressure in the system. We always have the choice. We know this is true because groups like the Amish have been doing it for a very long time, and the control system can’t do a thing about it. If a person has the metal to stand on their own two feet in this place, the Notnilc seems obliged to allow them that freedom. But it’s hard work and the system can exclude you from accessing their various technological offerings.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
10 months ago
Reply to  Tyler Gorton

I agree, I’ve lived / worked in some big cities in a couple countries and I’ve also lived in the country / miles outside the big city, as I am now. Totally on target with you comparison there.

Anthony Leydens
Anthony Leydens
10 months ago

I am in my mid thirties and growing up in the 90’s was very fun. Very multicultural friend group who often made fun of each other but never took it to serious. We watched Def comedy jam, loved Michael Jordan, laughed at all the Wayans brothers, Jackie Chen cheech and Chong. Also the whole girl power thing was over the top and played out in the 90’s with spice Girls thing.
When I hit high school Chappelle show was just coming out and we all cracked up at the racial humor. Clayton bigsby sketch, mad real world sketch.
The ability to abstract think, not take things too personally, and enjoy life seems to be getting drained from some people.
Thanks matt

Patricia pellegrin
Patricia pellegrin
10 months ago

“The moment 👁️ saw
the trailer for: ‘Get Out’
… I knew
the tide
had turned dark. ” … #OgWoot <33

Matthew Eggleston
Matthew Eggleston
10 months ago

Yeah, people like that I’ve found assume that whatever you are saying isn’t based on legitimate data like UN documents, US government declassified documents, US legislation, books written by notable figures like Henry Kissinger ect. Instead they assume our research is from people making stuff up to sell books. They assume this without asking us for our sources or researching the topic themselves before they decide that that’s where we get our info from. They’re morons of the highest order.

Matthew Eggleston
Matthew Eggleston
10 months ago

Also, I remember even as a kid noticing absurdities in movies and tv shows. There were just a few stereotypes where this was done back then but it was there. One example was what you mentioned in the barbie film. In tv shows going back to the 80’s at least you’d have recurring depictions of men grabbing women’s butts and/or saying overtly rude, sexual, or condescending things to them. I assumed this was to provide justification for that character to get beat up or punished somehow. But I always found it odd, because I have never seen or heard anyone talking to or treating a woman like that in my entire life yet these shows depict it as if it’s reality and common.

To female readers here: I’m not talking about simple “cat calling” like “hey babe, looking good”. I’m talking about overtly condescending, rude, and crude comments far beyond cat calling. Charlie’s Angels beat up guys who did this to them in many episodes for example. It was depicted as humorous because the guy got what he deserved but it’s totally unrealistic.

Tyler Gorton
Tyler Gorton
10 months ago

Why would someone down vote this? Anyway, you are 100% right. These things have always been present in films and tv shows. Hollywood exaggerates specific things relentlessly for decades. Over time, the average person’s perception of the world becomes fused and/or mixed with what they have viewed on the screen and their real-world experience. The pure fantasy of the screen becomes an actual weighted truth in the individual’s world view, and this deeply impacts their life decisions. Homosexuality has just about always been unnaturally pushed by entertainment, from the moment the screen came into existence. Bad treatment of women by men has been foundational to entertainment for as long as I can remember and, as you mentioned, I have never seen anything like it happen in real life. Have I witnessed mild versions of it? Where a man is being a bit of an ass to a women in public? Yeah, of course, but that most definitely goes BOTH ways. I’ve seen women treat men like absolute trash in public. But according to Hollywood, the average man has smacked dozens of strangers asses.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
10 months ago
Reply to  Tyler Gorton

yep

Rhonda Eiser
Rhonda Eiser
10 months ago

Hi there Matt… did you look into getting a dog? Parker, my friend is askibg.

Rachelle Robertson
Rachelle Robertson
10 months ago

There was my grandma told me that they never had any racism at all growing up here in niceville Florida she said everybody got along fabulously and they called each other the names that we are no longer allowed to call each other and nobody got mad ever she used to tell me that all the time

There's more
There's more
10 months ago

Matt, you’re being gangstalked. It’s obvious in one of the videos you posted awhile back on youtube of you driving around your town. This is a real thing, so I’ll make this brief because it takes time to see unless they’re ready to become overt. The more obvious tactics that are used are the missing headlight/tail light vehicles in front or behind you/in your path. Same time exit/extrance with neighbors and in general neighborhood area, and repeating themes based on your scehdule. They would have been building a profile on you for years already stalking you both off and online.

I could go on, but I’ll suggest you use your keen powers of observation and truly look at the details around you when you’re out, the behavior of people, and that of your family and friends. Look in their eyes, for real. You once made a comment on one of your videos about how your grandparents and older generations never knew the true nature of their reality, and how you felt bad for them. This is the nature of yours, and tens of thousands of other individuals. The fusion centers in each state have a category 3 and 4 non investigative list which they use to target people for this program, but there is more to it.

(if you do decide to look for targeted individuals on youtube, youll have to deep dive past the first few pages youtube presents you, as they push the gatekeeper and shill channels to the top of the search, to discredit or take attention off the subject, like they do with everything else thats true)

Tyler Gorton
Tyler Gorton
10 months ago
Reply to  There's more

Let’s just assume this is true. What difference does it make to Matt’s life? If Notnilc zombies are following Matt around, does it change the course of his day? What would be the point in even engaging it? Should Matt charge out of his front door in his robe pumping his fist in the air and shout down these gang stalking scum? What would be the point?

If we accept that this place “isn’t very real” and that reality doesn’t function the way we are told, doesn’t it stand to reason that the Notnilc can ALWAYS see us and what we’re doing? How do we know the control system doesn’t have a way to view all people at all times? We’re talking about principalities here, concepts beyond physical limitations.

“Worry ’bout yourself” holds true. Engaging “gangstalking” sounds like a gateway to some very unhealthy obsession and paranoia. Feeding into it, true of false, would have zero benefit… unless I’m missing something.

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
10 months ago

I’m half asleep so bear with me. I do hope poor Tony doesn’t watch one of these videos one of these days. I always thought Princess Leah was very strong. Also, Queen Amadala was strong. But you know what? They were both FEMININE. That’s what “they” find unacceptable. They are doing the same thing they did with Covid. Matt was referring to “Tell a lie. Tell a big lie…and eventually it will become the truth.” It’s always good to look at your own reality bubble and say “What do I experience?” I can say on Long Island, in my day to day life, racism does not exist. We are extremely multi-cultural in the NY metro area, you meet different races constantly and everyone just gets along fine the vast majority of the time. That is my reality bubble, obviously, stuff does happen, but in my sphere, I do not see it. And that includes not just race, but all sorts of differences between people. I am starting to see “Pats” more and more (I wonder why?), but I am always polite to them. I find myself trying to see if they have breasts and then I’m like “What the hell am I doing?”

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
10 months ago

Great hearing from you, always enjoy your perspective

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
10 months ago

Thanks!

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
10 months ago

Yupp I came to that conclusion many many years ago.
There is a fundamental Truth.
Don’t ever give it a Name.
Because once you do you bring it into existence.
Look at how many topics this covers in this NEW NORMAL.
cheers Gabriel ☀️

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