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James Tunney – What Do They Want and Why Do We Surrender?

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The latest in an ongoing series of dialogues with James Tunney exposing the assault on humanity by the emerging global technocratic dictatorship. James’ latest book is Plantation of the Automatons – Rule of an Automaticity Loop

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In the early 21st Century, there is a war against humanity. Non-material forces and ultra-dimensional entities appear to be involved. They deny the existence of powers beyond five-sense, three-dimensional reality while simultaneously using them against us. Ultimately, this is a spiritual battle and their agenda is profoundly anti-human. Who are they, what do they want, and why do we surrender?

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  1. Patrick Burdell says:

    James is an excellent scholar of everything,get a lot of good ideas to explore listening to him.On a side note as a young kid I watched an episode of a television show called the Brady Bunch.On an episode they told their children their “Aunt” was coming to visit,in my brain I thought of the tiny insect “ant “instead of the sister of a parent.It went on the entire show until she actually arrived and it was a woman not an insect.Interesting because some elites refer to people as ants or worker ants.

  2. James Newland says:

    An invisible nonviolent army of Linux users came about when people became aware that in front of them was an out of control computer and they wanted to take control of their own computer. They realised microsoft, android and apple were all giant corporations whos agenda was to control the masses by controling their computers. Linux however did not belong to a giant corporation with a sinister agenda, and all its source code was freely available, which meant they knew what was going on inside their own computers. Without getting up from their sofa, they installed the open source operating system, and never looked back. They became the invisible nonviolent army that changed the world. As members of Gregg’s audience discovered Linux, Gregg himself wanted to know more about the untalked of operating system and found a guest who was well versed at using Linux and had them on the show. This brought Linux to a wider audience and sparked a huge interest. This led to several content creaters themselves switching over to Linux and being stunned at the incredibly powerful software that became freely available at their fingertips. This marked the touchstone of when the parallel society was truly born.

  3. Nadim Mahi-Bahi says:

    Ohhh one more thing. I noticed that the people around me who were skeptical of all the covid hysteria were people with a metaphysical world view. But everyone I know, either right wing or marxists, went along with covid measures.

    And now, more and more we find out who was right. I think that’s a clue about what’s happening.

  4. Nadim Mahi-Bahi says:

    If we, as human, are willing to boil lobsters alive so they can taste good, it’s not far fetched to think that if there are other beings out there, they might do the same thing to us that we do to animals.

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