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« on: January 22, 2010, 10:06:09 PM »

Is the New World Order a return of Old World Royalty?:

http://www.domainofman.com/forum/index.cgi?read=13551

The Royal M.O.:
http://www.domainofman.com/forum/index.cgi?read=13345

Howard Bloom on the Human Condition:
http://www.domainofman.com/forum/index.cgi?read=13426
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« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2010, 08:57:34 AM »



Perhaps we might remind ourselves that the monarchies and their parliaments who continue to rule over our nations today, are the descendants of those similar forms of life that kept our very ancestors controlled by fear of punishment, slavery, persecution and murder.
Should people be so naive as to blindly accept that anything has really changed in the way that these people think and act since the times of their forefathers? Is it not true that the current groupings carry that same genetic inheritance, and therefore the same lines of thinking, that permitted them to unjustly profit from the subjugation of the very people they claim to hold godly dominion over? 
Perhaps, therefore, we should look into the links between these monarchies and power systems, the sources of their funding, and their very close relationships with systems of control such as oil, banking, media, politics and law?
Most of the world monarchies, in the Western World at least, and in various similar ways in other cultures, continue to represent as figureheads those who adhere to the the following of the dogmas and dictates of the same alleged god whom their predecessors also followed in their times. If this is in fact the case, as can be clearly seen by anyone who studies comparative history, or even if they only watch the occasional historical documentary, why should we expect these “royals” to act in accordance with any greater degree of reason than the ones who adopted, enhanced and financed these very religio-political systems in centuries past? Where are we all headed?
Is it not true that they still perpetuate the same myths, use the same forms of distanced authority, the same sources of money, the same robes, image, rote modes of ritualised behaviour, so as to conjure up a sense of "majesty", as though they are the only ones who deserve respect, despite their being merely men and women with money and power? They are considered to be “nobles”, but we, the great and awestruck unwashed flock of the greater human species, the subjects these kings by might of arms and power, are taught to bow down and worship these genetically modified and egotistical creatures.
So, why do we do it? Why are people so easily impressed by the idea of being associated with the offspring of the slave-masters and  persecutors of out forefathers? Is there not something perverse going on here? The answer is somewhat shocking, but quite simple, as most truths are.
I would be interested if anyone has anything further to say or comment on this matter.

Einsoph
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« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2010, 11:38:59 AM »

Einsoph, welcome to the site.  Very well put comments on the revival of tyranny.  Democracy didn't exist in Athens and didn't exist in Rome.  (As "College Joe" recently wrote, the Roman Senate was just a meeting hall for men who ruled as despots in other parts of world.  Elections were as easy to rig in Rome as they had been in Athens.)  I suppose it was foolish to think that royal culture would go away so easily and quickly when it had dominated the world for millennia.   The downfall of so many monarchies did bring reform, but those reforms are rapidly being swept away.  I too am gobsmacked at how gullible Americans, of all people, are and how willingly they concede constitutional rights in the name of "peace and safety".

That said, I'm still not quite ready to endorse the opinions expressed on the following web site:

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/146708-Twilight-of-the-Psychopaths

Are there really two distinct types of people in the world, normal people (sheep) and sociopaths/megalomaniacs (wolves)?  Crap man, I'm no Psychiatrist, but it is probably more of a continuum of control freaks.  It is intuitively obvious that a small minority of people are willing to do whatever it takes to achieve positions of power and influence.  That's the politician stereotype/profile.  It is just as obvious that the real power remains in the hands of cartels, powerful families that pass it down through the generations using laws that allow for this.

The American middle class is being targeted hard.  The moratorium on inheritance tax is being repealed this year.  Those few that have savings and assets will not be able to pass them down to children (unless you know the tricks of the ultra-rich.)  And the Supreme Court just ruled that Corporations will be able to campaign for the candidates of their choice.  Obama called the Supreme Court out on this issue, but I doubt anything significant will be done to reverse the damage.  The State of the Union Address by Obama was aimed at keeping the Democrat majority going.  There were more promises (just like those in the election) that will be overcome by events and therefore never kept.  Obama is very smooth, I give him credit for that.  In his heart-of-hearts he may even want to do the right thing.  But that is clearly impossible!  The ancient royal culture has taken over once more.  So, let's all enjoy this bit of empty Internet freedom while it lasts!

The brazen graft we have recently witnessed in American politics and  society is one of the big reasons I think that something really big is going down in 2012 (or thereabouts).  The prime movers and shakers are bracing themselves for "the event" and trying to ensure they come out on top when it is over.  (Even more amazing to me is the almost total absence of an outcry from the public.  Instead, Time Magazine named the Federal Reserve Chair "Man of the Year".)

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« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2010, 05:55:41 PM »



Thanks for the welcome Chuck-star, nice to meet you. I'll reply to your post in sections, as I'd like to keep on point.

Einsoph, welcome to the site.  Very well put comments on the revival of tyranny.  Democracy didn't exist in Athens and didn't exist in Rome.  (As "College Joe" recently wrote, the Roman Senate was just a meeting hall for men who ruled as despots in other parts of world.  Elections were as easy to rig in Rome as they had been in Athens.)  I suppose it was foolish to think that royal culture would go away so easily and quickly when it had dominated the world for millennia.   

“Royal culture”, as you aptly put it, in the main, apart from the few occasions where some sort of balance prevailed in some societies for a period of time, is just another name for rule by might, rather than rule by right. Who should rule people, and why should they rule? Many would agree that it should be someone (or some-ones) that has the right abilities and mindset to see that they have a job to do so as to act as a force for balance when their society begins to get disordered, to restore stability and security, but not to be the sort of inadequate and power-hungry animal that all too often puts themselves forward for the job.
What, I ask, are the qualifications for the job of being a politician? A big ego, perhaps? Financial backing and a sense of dramatic imagery? Who really chooses the candidates?

The downfall of so many monarchies did bring reform, but those reforms are rapidly being swept away.  I too am gobsmacked at how gullible Americans, of all people, are and how willingly they concede constitutional rights in the name of "peace and safety".

You are right about how gullible Americans appear to others who live outside that country, but when you look at other places, they all too often have their own weird way of succumbing to the lure of false reassurances and perverse rhetoric e.g. the French emphasis on national pride, the Germans on their work ethic etc, etc. It's basically a form of propaganda, which usually comes from a sense of lack of true value or worth, but who cultivates and promotes the sense of failure that is needed to generate such a negative mentality in the first place? Perhaps it is subtly done by those “whom God has seen fit to set above us”? People in jails might be considered relatively safe, but who wants that kind of safety?

In general, Americans do seem to have their own particular stock of specialist clichés, slightly different from the European models, but theirs is very much focused on “the Dream”, “the Vision”, “the Victory”, all following the tried and tested mental projection of following some bright light of illumination upon the road to some unfathomable but wished-for deliverance. It has become so much a part of the dramatics of the whole process that you can almost know what the given candidate will say when he or she takes the podium. Does, “The people of the great state of ***( complete as appropriate) have spoken”, and, “Finally, I'd like to thank my wife and family who have stood by me every step of the way,” sound like something you might subconsciously expect to hear before they even open their mouths? You will find lots more like this on this website, but it just goes to show that the process has become such a franchise of image and emotive speech http://www.sportscliche.com/politics/index.html

From watching the mechanics and methodologies engaged in situations like these, and especially when large groups of people are emotionally involved, I am quite convinced that much of this alluring, promissory, yet ultimately vacuous rhetoric, is grounded in the taught imagery of belief systems that subtly pervades the everyday lives of people in modern cultures. So, the Americans are not alone in this, but when you watch the shows that are staged around their whole election process, the flowery speeches, the ideological mania, it rings a lot of bells with how religions, and Christianity in particular, have used, and continue to use, the same if not quite similar methodologies of brainwashing and suggestion to sway the imagination of their flocks. This would seem to indicate, and perhaps explain why there is not only a strong emphasis on religious freedoms in the US, but the acceptance and promotion of any form of unfounded ideology, no matter how little substance it may actually carry in reality. It appears to be some form of Hollywood on steroids trip that takes on a life of its own, a kind of wish-fulfilment gratification of something that is often so fantastical that people would prostitute their complete integrity to get a chance to grasp at it, no matter how illusory it may be in reality.

That said, I'm still not quite ready to endorse the opinions expressed on the following web site:
http://www.sott.net/articles/show/146708-Twilight-of-the-Psychopaths Are there really two distinct types of people in the world, normal people (sheep) and sociopaths/megalomaniacs (wolves)?  Crap man, I'm no Psychiatrist, but it is probably more of a continuum of control freaks.


Well, from what I can make of it, there are extremes in any sizeable group of people. In the middle ground you have the vast majority, who have some natural disposition to at least attempt to balance both the humane and bestial elements of their natures, as all balanced personalities have aspects of both in their make-up. The extremes are both the ones who would lie down and die before saving themselves, and the opposite, but equivalently harmful, psychopathic sector. I know that this is not the popular view of things, but I can explain further at some other point if need be. Between them, both extremes give rise to both stupidity and evil in their own ways, but the results are always negative. There are the good, the bad, and the evil, and in reality none really understands the other.

It is intuitively obvious that a small minority of people are willing to do whatever it takes to achieve positions of power and influence.  That's the politician stereotype/profile.  It is just as obvious that the real power remains in the hands of cartels, powerful families that pass it down through the generations using laws that allow for this.

If you ever worked with animals, as on a farm, you will find exactly the same traits being exhibited amongst the beast there, but they tend to work out the pecking order and settle back into some structured order. What excuse does man have, seeing as he claims the higher faculty of reason and logic, which the barnyard animals supposedly lack? How many religions tell you that you are an animal with a degree of capacity for reasoned thinking? None, I'll bet, but it happens to be true, though it may be unpalatable. We can see it before our eyes every day, but we are trained to ignore it. Ignorance is a very, very expensive item, but people choose to buy it by the ton. They rarely work out the cost before they consider the price.

The American middle class is being targeted hard. The moratorium on inheritance tax is being repealed this year.  Those few that have savings and assets will not be able to pass them down to children (unless you know the tricks of the ultra-rich.)

Watch for these kinds of law-changes over the next few years. They will all be aimed at weakening the strength of the family, or whatever little of it is left after all the taught divisions have left their mark, as always.

And the Supreme Court just ruled that Corporations will be able to campaign for the candidates of their choice.  Obama called the Supreme Court out on this issue, but I doubt anything significant will be done to reverse the damage.

Nice one, but nothing more than was predicted. Who, we might ask, owns the businesses? The banks own the debt owed by the businesses, who need the money to keep going, who have to keep the bankers happy...or else.
Well, let's keep our eyes open, but it has been predicted that Obama will do what he is told to do, just like the ones who went before him. He may be a nice guy, maybe, but any weakness he has, ego, image, the need to be recognised, naivety, even blind faith in the goodness of man, will be used to keep him in line while the architects behind the scenes pull the strings, just like in the Wizard of Oz.
This is how the unseen monarchies and their attendant clerics operate the same old tried and tested formulae that have been used since the dawn of time. It's generally known as “the Roman system”, and it works, so it keeps on being used in different cultures throughout the millennia. This time though, they have made some very serious errors, so let's watch the movie as it unfolds.

The State of the Union Address by Obama was aimed at keeping the Democrat majority going.  There were more promises (just like those in the election) that will be overcome by events and therefore never kept.  Obama is very smooth, I give him credit for that.  In his heart-of-hearts he may even want to do the right thing.  But that is clearly impossible!  The ancient royal culture has taken over once more.  So, let's all enjoy this bit of empty Internet freedom while it lasts!

You are quite right when you say it is impossible, but when a populace begins to believe in the impossible, and in leaders whom they believe might just possibly deliver the impossible, they just fall into their preprogrammed lines like bowling pins, with predictable outcomes.
Wanting to do “the right thing”is what most people sincerely want to do, but if they never work out what is actually right and wrong, but merely base their outlook on what they believe is real, they end up following rote methodologies of blind and unsupportable dogma, with predictable outcomes.
This system of blind adherence to un-thinking reaction is something that has been cultivated in the human race for millennia, so what do you think happens when the psychological triggers are pressed?

The brazen graft we have recently witnessed in American politics and  society is one of the big reasons I think that something really big is going down in 2012 (or thereabouts).  The prime movers and shakers are bracing themselves for "the event" and trying to ensure they come out on top when it is over.  (Even more amazing to me is the almost total absence of an outcry from the public.  Instead, Time Magazine named the Federal Reserve Chair "Man of the Year".)

You will see things coming to a head in the next few years, just as the pus is rising to the surface as we speak. Everyone believes that they are in control, especially the most mad amongst us, but let's see what happens if the big plan comes to the boil too quickly. Even these types have their own weaknesses, so when the scum floats to the top, it may well be scooped off. A good friend of mine often says that mankind is expecting a time of judgement round about now, and that it will be some god-man who will do it, but the reality will be a true and fair judgment, as each one will judge him or herself by the workings of their own mind, which is the ultimate form of justice, don't you agree?


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« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2010, 07:39:46 PM »

From what I have discerned in history, the good are not rewarded when disaster strikes.  The good perish and the bad are justified.  "The new boss is the same as the old boss", except the new boss has a lot more power than before. 

Americans have gone soft.  They don't care about principles and grand challenges.  They only care about keeping their boring jobs and four bedroom houses in the suburbs.  When the going gets tough, they will aquiese to whatever demands are put upon them, and rationalize that this is what God wants them to do.

I wish the neo-Tea Party well, and might even join them, but resistance to the New World Order now appears to be futile.  A young person's best chance to have a future is by joining the military.  The NWO still needs the American military!  And when "the main event" occurs there's at least a chance the military will feed its own.  No guarantees for the rest of us.
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« Reply #5 on: February 07, 2010, 05:45:20 AM »

From what I have discerned in history, the good are not rewarded when disaster strikes.  The good perish and the bad are justified.  "The new boss is the same as the old boss", except the new boss has a lot more power than before.

To a very large degree I would have to agree with you on this, or at least it seems this way. It all depends on how we look at the word good. All too often we use words without really looking at what they mean in reality. Is it in some way an imagined sense of not being aggressive or destructive? Or does it mean that you allow people to roll you over and enslave you, take your mind, life and wealth away? Is that being a good person?
Is the blind acceptance of an accepted, negative, predetermined fate a good thing? If not, in my opinion, then we cannot claim to be good people, especially when we won't even stand up with others of like mind, as a collective, and demand justice. This is how we judge ourselves, as we believe we deserve no better, so we succeed in never achieving anything better, as we accept that as our preordained lot.  True betterment is what contributes to the common good, which can only be done by goodwill, which comes from a people who know the value of truth and justice.
In my opinion, the religions of the world, along with similar belief-based ideologies that operate on a similar level, deliberately cult-ivate the artificial need for forms of leadership that keep people in a state of sheeple-ness, an often well intended herd of confused and malleable clones, all wanting to be "individuals", despite their obvious lack of anything that might indicate a persona that could contribute anything new to what already exists around them. We become lost by deliberate design, not by some chance of fate, but when we are programmed by the mixed and confusing messages that are pumped without mercy into our minds from when we were children, we are psychologically castrated, neutered entities that will jump to the required bell when it is rung by our masters, the “chosen ones”, the ones who have raised themselves above us so that they can dump whatever amounts of dung on top of us at will, as we are trained to do. 


Americans have gone soft.  They don't care about principles and grand challenges.  They only care about keeping their boring jobs and four bedroom houses in the suburbs.  When the going gets tough, they will aquiese to whatever demands are put upon them, and rationalize that this is what God wants them to do.

Well, if that is what they have been trained to accept as their lot, what else can they know? You can only think and act with reason on what you know so far, so if what you know is based on the ritualised adherence to systems of blind obedience, you just know no better. How can you? That's why monarchies and religions often go hand in hand. You have the political rulers to keep you poor, by the imposition of designed laws and taxes, and the religions and media to soften your  mind to the extent that you don't know what is real and what is rubbish. That kind of system is evil, and anyone who wilfully accepts it as anything else, can't claim to be good.

I wish the neo-Tea Party well, and might even join them, but resistance to the New World Order now appears to be futile.  A young person's best chance to have a future is by joining the military.  The NWO still needs the American military!  And when "the main event" occurs there's at least a chance the military will feed its own.  No guarantees for the rest of us.


Well, that's just what they expect you to do, so you will do it if you can't see the ultimate cost of doing so. The military is where you are sent off to fight the wars of the politicians and bankers, who both make profit by selling the products of war. When the war is over, they make even more money by lending the war-gained funds to the governments, so that they can rebuild.
I can recognise and appreciate the frustration and apparent futility in resisting such systems, as they hold the keys to much of what we need to live something like a purposeful existence, but I would also have to ask myself if I am any better than them if I meekly allow myself be herded into the slaughterhouse pens. In reality, you can't resist evil, as it will wipe you out, as it is psychopathic, and has no true feelings for anything other than its own avaricious goals, but it does consume itself, so you just need to stand back, keep your mind clear, and stamp on its head when it begins to swallow itself. Show no mercy, as it will not show you any.
If you do join the military, do it to learn how to defend yourself, and then head for the hills and clean water and food, as that is what you will need when the crap comes down.

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« Reply #6 on: February 07, 2010, 09:43:49 AM »

Einsy,

"Cult-ivate", I like that!

I also like the emphasis on "system".  Now that the system has been hacked, what do we do?  Is there an "anti-virus" program for world governments?  And how is it going to work when the vast majority of people don't believe anything is infected and the Media won't tell them! 

I've done what I could for the cause.  This web site represents everything (and more) that I hoped to accomplish in my life time, so at least that is some satisfaction.  It would be nice if it were recognized as a contribution to society and so forth.  But, our little corner of the Universe is more than a bit perverse.  It lulls you into a false sense of security and then lowers the boom.  If civilization is rebooted every few thousand years (and sometimes more frequently), what other form of governance is possible than kingship?  Isn't that the lesser of all evils in a world that is going to abuse its children on a regular basis regardless of how good or bad they are? 

Mankind is adaptable if nothing else.  Mankind must adapt to this messed up situation of asteroids, comets, rogue planets, etc., etc.  Kingship was a response to our planetary hell.  Democracy is probably just a bad idea, and it is debatable whether a functional democracy ever existed on any large scale anyway.  Maybe the solution is just a new and improved "system of kingship".  One that allows technological progress and a modicum of individual freedom, and has a more humane form of population control than constant war gaming.  It's time for us all to face reality before reality erases all of us.  It's time to get on the NWO bus, or get thrown under it.  We can't stop the NWO, we can only hope to frame its constitution.
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« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2010, 04:13:23 PM »

To me, it seems that this is being made too complicated. I see it as all flavors of the same.

King = Dictator = President = Council (of the enlightend, clerics, football fanatics, etc.)

All rulers try to find allies to support what they want.

Appointees = political party = family = people with something to gain

Rulers stay in power for as long as they can control the power base.

Money AND military

Pull out money or military and change happens. Whatever fills the void is essentially whatever flavor of the day is prominent.

The rest of us have very little to do with what actually happens.
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« Reply #8 on: February 18, 2010, 04:16:43 PM »

This might be a stretch for this thread. A thought from Zaleucus The Locrian ( a pythagorean or invention of Plato?) states....Anyone who wishes to change any one of the established laws, or to introduce another law, should should put a rope (halter) around his neck and address the people. And if from the suffrages it should appear that the established law should be dissolved, or that a new one should be introduced, let not him be punished. But if it should appear that the preexisting is better, or that the new proposition is unjust, let him who wishes to change the old or introduce a new law be executed by the halter.

 If I may paraphrase another Greek philosopher of that era...it is better for a monarch to become a tyrant, than to have a whole democratic sociaty turn evil. Because a tyrant is at least only one person, rather than the whole nation becoming "evil".

I guess that Americas Founding Fathers debated such wisdoms and choose to form a Republic rather than a pure demoracy. I see little difference between sociaty of old and our current one. In both cases the public is rather ignorant and rash in their causes. It's usually "what about me"
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« Reply #9 on: February 18, 2010, 09:42:59 PM »

TS, I would suggest that one term characterised your previous post, and that is "All politics is basically Local!" or some words to that effect!  But, there can also exist an "Enlightened" we!  Or even an enligtened "me?"

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« Reply #10 on: February 19, 2010, 02:38:02 AM »

Ah, I thought that I was implying (1) that if our modern polititians had to pay the price for their errant policys which continue to erode our rights, they might not be so bold in their arrogance. (2) That the likes of Hitler were elected by a confused public, or at least by their ruling cartel.

"Wisdom is knowing the orgin of things"....Iamblichus or was that Jimi Hendrix?
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« Reply #11 on: February 19, 2010, 09:45:06 AM »

RH - yes, I think you got it.

We look at our collective politicians with distain but, we continue to re-elect the one that represents our area. It's not because ours is not the only one that is good with the rest being corrupt. It's because somehow ours gave us something from the collective pot of money and services. Think of the congress member you hate most and wonder why anyone would vote for that person and the reason is clear - that person brought home a bunch from the collective pot to their constituents. They bought votes. A person voted to office supposidly to set the path of a country is really a representative to local political interests.

However, I don't see the co-existance of the "Enlightened" unless they are part of the political machine. History has demonstrated more than once that if the "enlightened" ran against the political will, it was pushed aside or, forcibly terminated.

A few years back, I gave a paper at an teaching conference regarding technology use in the classroom. I quote from it seems appropriated here - In it, I stated :

Those who know, should teach.
Those who don't, should learn.
Those who refuse to do either end up making policy for the first two.


TS - "What about me" is spot on. People tend to vote based on one or two singular issues and not for a more encompassing approach to solving problems. They vote for a candidate that supports their favorite issue of "free sushi" only after the election to realize that the person supports raising all taxes 95% and wonder how the person got voted into office. Those same people usually don't admit that they voted for the crook based on a sigular issue completely ignoring the bigger picture of what the candidate wanted.
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« Reply #12 on: September 18, 2010, 08:25:54 PM »

The political climate in the US has changed somewhat over the summer break. I see a trend right now that I haven't seen before in that a segment of the population are being very vocal, both from the left and right, in being negative about existing politicians. I think many of them finally realized that, left or right, backroom deal making and antics are done to keep themselves in office more than to really help anyone. From all the hoopla, it appears that people this voting season are being motivated more by disgust over how the incestual political process works than any specific issue regardless of party in power. It seems that except for the very powerful (Pelosi, Rengel, Boehner, etc.) that  tough fights are seen this November. In some cases such as Rengel primary bid, a win was easy despite the shadow of a slew of ethics charges. For the majority of the rest, an interesting season is at hand. Televised debates for some races could be more fun than any reality show. Some of the candidates are so green that if elected, they'll still have their "training wheels" on when they attend their first session of congress.
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« Reply #13 on: September 27, 2010, 11:24:20 PM »

I can't tell that Americans are getting any wiser.  Judging by the recently manufactured "messin' with the people" controversy over a mosque at Ground Zero, I would say not at all.  Politics as usual.  Stupid voters as usual, just as easily manipulated as ever.  No real alternatives to vote for anyway.  Democracy is still on lock.
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« Reply #14 on: October 06, 2010, 06:30:13 PM »

I agree that they are not any wiser. I'm just sayin' that they seem a bit more agitated than usual to the extent of actually putting down the beer and going off to vote. Most still suffer from what I call the "deer in the headlights" syndrome whereas the headlights (the hot topic of the day) is all that is on the mind and freeze neglecting all else.
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