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(10-04-2019 03:15 PM)Pinkman Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 12:32 PM)Johnnyvee Wrote:  Schizophrenia, OCD etc. is purely a dietary issue. I`m not referring to a general lack of purpose and so on. That is a different issue all together. That is not mental disease, which as I said is not mental, but brain, endocrine, autoimmune related.

You have man with a hammer syndrome.

I base these things on a lot of research. Diet includes things like stimulants etc. also. (caffeine, alcohol) I would say it`s well founded on evidence. Diet is not on "thing" either, it`s the entire scope of interactions. Here`s an example of what chronic caffeine intake does to the brain. It`s very potent. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3437321/

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Schizophrenia is not “diet-related”. These people aren’t having hallucinations and fucked-up thought processes because of too much pasta and cheesecake.
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(10-04-2019 10:54 AM)RoastBeefCurtains4Me Wrote:  I wonder when they'll make the next Joker movie? Maybe a year or two?

Who will they get to play the Joker next time? Here are my guesses:

-Justin Beiber
-Robert Pattinson
-Arnold
-Clint Eastwood
-The Rock
-Russell Brand
-Crispin Glover
-Macauley Culkin

I hope they use this guy. Just a fan film, but he's right up there with Romero and Ledger, in my opinion.




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(10-04-2019 12:27 PM)TooFineAPoint Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 08:49 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 07:54 AM)Belgrano Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 06:39 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Try to recall a movie or two where instead of a lone individualist fighting against the system it's a cadre of dedicated men working in unison as brothers.

Fight Club.

The gold standard, and a movie that would never be produced today under any circumstances. SS noted that it slipped by the gatekeepers back in the day and they weren't very happy about it.

They weren't happy about it because it lost money at the box office. They had no problem whatsoever with its message.

Fight Club (the book) was written by a completely pozzed and subversive faggot. As to the movie, the director joked that it was a satire of what dumb young men would do if they read too much Nietzsche.

I saw the movie the first night it opened, and re-watch it once a year. I love that film. But it has no support for anything this forum stands for, except for a slightly infantile lashing out against consumerism. Otherwise it is a twisted message of depravity (that is very entertaining).

It's been over a decade since I've seen it and that was long before I was "red-pilled" but I remember thinking it was just a stylishly entertaining endorsement of fascism (the real Mussolini/Franco-inspired kind) and terrorism.

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(10-04-2019 04:33 PM)TigerMandingo Wrote:  Schizophrenia is not “diet-related”. These people aren’t having hallucinations and fucked-up thought processes because of too much pasta and cheesecake.

Pasta and cheesecake would be the problem yes. Together with other industrial foods. (sugars, HFCS, refined flour and seed oils mainly+stimulants) That goes for western disease in general, not just brain disorders. Antibodies for example, produced as a response to "perceived" antigens in for example flour can play a role. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5481851/

There`s a lot to it, but the hallucinations (psychosis) you refer to are caused by excesses in dopamine mainly. That is pretty well established. How that happens is complicated. Caffeine is involved, if you looked at the study in my previous post? So is blood sugar fluctuations and autoimmune issues. It`s best to look at mental disorders as having the same upstream cause as western disease in general. Mainly diet again.

I`m not making an anti-religious argument here. But the brain, hormone glands, intestines, immune system are all somatic cells. This is not related to the soul or anything like that. (not saying that is not real necessarily) The huge problem here is that people want to preserve the the idea of something unique human/non-animal in relation to cognitive disorders. But that get`s in the way of treating the real problem, which would be best addressed with say a paleo diet, elimination if stimulants and alcohol/drugs. And maybe things like ketone supplements also. (depending on many factors)

The reason I`m an hard ass of this point is that I know so many people are suffering unnecessarily. And are frankly being exploited in order to make money.

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(10-04-2019 12:32 PM)Johnnyvee Wrote:  Schizophrenia, OCD etc. is purely a dietary issue.

I see this discussion has reached its end as your mind has reached epistemic closure.
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(10-04-2019 11:49 AM)66Scorpio Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 06:39 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Try to recall a movie or two where instead of a lone individualist fighting against the system it's a cadre of dedicated men working in unison as brothers.

Just about any war or heist movie.

Those movies aren't about fighting against the system. They're about fighting for it or just stealing money for selfish gain.

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Just got back from this movie. Was so excited to see it and I absolutely hated it. No plot, miscast, poorly written, over acted, dull and just all in all a total waste of time. There was nothing Phoenix could do to save this film. Todd Phillips is a terrible director and the writing was atrocious. In regards to the social commentary, it was more bent towards antifa than the alt right, with “resist” and “kill the rich” signs popping up throughout the movie.
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"New Hollywood release" should be synonymous with a bird shitting on your head. And yet, you have these grown-up men (and even women) that rush to the box office to see Joker, Spiderman 74, Batman Returns for the 87th Time, etc. There's a sucker born every day as the old saying goes.

And of course, there's always the Satanic media motif(s). They all amount to the same thing, regardless of the genre - sending otherwise healthy adults through a hedge maze of confusion.

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(10-04-2019 11:21 PM)phluff127 Wrote:  Just got back from this movie. Was so excited to see it and I absolutely hated it. No plot, miscast, poorly written, over acted, dull and just all in all a total waste of time. There was nothing Phoenix could do to save this film. Todd Phillips is a terrible director and the writing was atrocious. In regards to the social commentary, it was more bent towards antifa than the alt right, with “resist” and “kill the rich” signs popping up throughout the movie.

(((Todd Phillips))) so....
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(10-04-2019 11:21 PM)phluff127 Wrote:  In regards to the social commentary, it was more bent towards antifa than the alt right, with “resist” and “kill the rich” signs popping up throughout the movie.

That's my take as well. It's more about how the rich horde resources and don't care about the poor or disenfranchised. That's why it was originally praised by the film festival crowd. It wasn't until people compared it to incels that critics started hating it.

The problem is, that's the exact opposite of the established Thomas Wayne character. He's not a Bill Gates-style philanthropist, he's a legitimately caring man who does whatever he can to help Gotham. But they delete that to make this movie work. It's sad to see characters butchered just to shoehorn in a "kill the rich" narrative.
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Matt Forney seems to have liked it.

https://terrorhousemag.com/joker/

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With all the stresses of prepping to play a character like the joker like locking yourself in a hotel room and keeping a scrap book that would make 14 yr olds shit their pants .... put your hands up for this guy!!! He actually took a beating from Tyson Fury! I think he deserves an Oscar over some degenerate like Heath Ledger




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(10-04-2019 03:35 PM)Johnnyvee Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 03:15 PM)Pinkman Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 12:32 PM)Johnnyvee Wrote:  Schizophrenia, OCD etc. is purely a dietary issue. I`m not referring to a general lack of purpose and so on. That is a different issue all together. That is not mental disease, which as I said is not mental, but brain, endocrine, autoimmune related.

You have man with a hammer syndrome.

I base these things on a lot of research. Diet includes things like stimulants etc. also. (caffeine, alcohol) I would say it`s well founded on evidence. Diet is not on "thing" either, it`s the entire scope of interactions. Here`s an example of what chronic caffeine intake does to the brain. It`s very potent. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3437321/

It's not purely diet related as far as we know. However there is some correlation as long-term vegetarians and vegans have 300-500% times more mental diseases like schizophrenia, but they likely aren't overly interested in delving into that research further.

Some people are likely more susceptible than others, but I doubt diet explains 100% of cases - maybe 50%, but that would already be helpful.

The Finns for example have a highly different model of dealing with schizophrenia where only 20% of the people stay on the meds. 80% recover fully - countries should rather copy their model, but I guess the lobby is a bit opposed to that.
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Aside from everything else, Joker is a very, very well made movie.

Damn good movie at that.

As for the underlying purpose?
Can't say.
That the fake news crowd & Soycialists are making a fuss about a big Hollowood production is odd.
Especially one which features rioters holding 'resist' signs & the 'under class' being very antagonistic to the 'upper class'.

Yet that could just be a very elaborate marketing campaign...
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(10-05-2019 05:58 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  Aside from everything else, Joker is a very, very well made movie.

Damn good movie at that.

As for the underlying purpose?
Can't say.
That the fake news crowd & Soycialists are making a fuss about a big Hollowood production is odd.
Especially one which features rioters holding 'resist' signs & the 'under class' being very antagonistic to the 'upper class'.

Yet that could just be a very elaborate marketing campaign...

In his review, Matt Forney says it's a contender for film of the decade. I like Matt so now I actually want to see it.

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It's good but most will find it very slow and boring tale of man's life failing to launch. Only men that have struggled themselves will be able to identify with Joker. Everyone else watching this will just get uncomfortable and maybe a sense of guilt that their lives are on easy mode in comparison.

I don't think this movie lives up to the hype but with all the trash coming out of Hollywood this seemed alright. One thing I have to give credit for is how well the film persuades the viewer into having liberal viewpoints (anti-cop, anti-rich, anti-gun, pro-antifa, pro-big government). Everyone that Joker kills deserves it and his anger is understandable. He drops some harsh red pills and you end up sympathizing with him. That's the power of this film.
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(10-05-2019 08:31 AM)bucky Wrote:  
(10-05-2019 05:58 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  Aside from everything else, Joker is a very, very well made movie.

Damn good movie at that.

As for the underlying purpose?
Can't say.
That the fake news crowd & Soycialists are making a fuss about a big Hollowood production is odd.
Especially one which features rioters holding 'resist' signs & the 'under class' being very antagonistic to the 'upper class'.

Yet that could just be a very elaborate marketing campaign...

In his review, Matt Forney says it's a contender for film of the decade. I like Matt so now I actually want to see it.

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(10-05-2019 12:31 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  
(10-05-2019 08:31 AM)bucky Wrote:  
(10-05-2019 05:58 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  Aside from everything else, Joker is a very, very well made movie.

Damn good movie at that.

As for the underlying purpose?
Can't say.
That the fake news crowd & Soycialists are making a fuss about a big Hollowood production is odd.
Especially one which features rioters holding 'resist' signs & the 'under class' being very antagonistic to the 'upper class'.

Yet that could just be a very elaborate marketing campaign...

In his review, Matt Forney says it's a contender for film of the decade. I like Matt so now I actually want to see it.

Keep talking like that and you will get a rep point from Kona.

Saying nice things about Forney you mean? I can do that. Matt Forney is an interesting guy and his livestreams are good. His misadventures and drama with Jim Goad and various wignats are entertaining enough to make my long commute much more bearable and keep me from falling asleep at the wheel. Also, his crazy ex stories help me to put my crazy exes into perspective because although I have some twisted, evil women in my past, they weren't quite that bad.

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(10-04-2019 07:15 AM)Richard Turpin Wrote:  
(10-04-2019 06:39 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Try to recall a movie or two where instead of a lone individualist fighting against the system it's a cadre of dedicated men working in unison as brothers.

Take your time. There's a reason such movies are rare as hen's teeth and it's the same reason the authorities went into overdrive shutting down Roosh's global ROK meetup initiative.

True enough. Not quite the same I know, but the only thing that springs to mind for me would be the gang of rookie vigilante bike-cops in Magnum Force. Then Dirty Harry finds out they are being led by his boss.

But other than that, I'm struggling ...

As for Joker. I'm intrigued now and will give it a go. Won't break my Hollyweird boycott though. No, gonna break that to see RAMBO: LAST BLOOD.

The short lived but magnificent tv series Jericho (2006-2008) had themes of this particularly in its second (and last) season. A lot of camaraderie, not as hard edged as some in that genre. The broader themes regarding our brave new world contained within I can't believe made it to TV at all.

And its stirring too, also its not drenched in sepia tones too denote "seriousness".
It was cancelled after its first season and fans adored it, so essentially they blockaded the CBS studios to bring it back, they came back and put out a condensed 7 episode season to wrap it up...sort of. It was then cancelled. Permanently.



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Yeah it's remarkable how the moment a "certain demographic" takes a shine to a series or a movie then it's almost instantly binned.

Serenity was probably another good example of a band of renegades bucking against the system albeit largely for personal gain, and even that was too much for (((them))) to stomach. It got cancelled and the fan outcry was so loud that in the end they grit their teeth and made a movie as the finale. The main plot of the film was highly red-pilled.

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(10-05-2019 10:19 PM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Yeah it's remarkable how the moment a "certain demographic" takes a shine to a series or a movie then it's almost instantly binned.

Serenity was probably another good example of a band of renegades bucking against the system albeit largely for personal gain, and even that was too much for (((them))) to stomach. It got cancelled and the fan outcry was so loud that in the end they grit their teeth and made a movie as the finale. The main plot of the film was highly red-pilled.

TV Series like this deserve their own thread, methinks.

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A thought just occured to me, concerning (((Them))) - bare with me, if you will.

The premise, I suppose, is that consciousness spreads itself much like a mold or a fungus. That is a morbid way of looking at it. Each of us possesses our own peculiar perception of the world - unique and individual. We seek to understand and be understood, and generally this is done by projecting that particular perception outward. Emanation. It reflects back, and, generally, we will warp what is perceived in order to satisfy the map of reality that we have been painstakingly scrawling our entire lives. Or we will try to force another to see the landscape as our map - what I am doing right now.

Imagine then (((Their))) mind, (((Their))) map. We know that these monied, influential communities are rife with abuse, misuse, petty squabbles that destroy countless lives, perverse sexual crimes that are simply swept under the rug, back-stabbing, betrayal. So on and so forth. To (((them))) this is normal, this is what everyone does. In truth everyone does, however the reticular activation system does not allow (((them))) to see anything but this psychopathy. That all action is sprouted from this satanic seed.

To bring it back. All Hollywood films are psy-ops, subconsciously so.

Dwell for a moment on the world that produces all of this, the world these writers, and producers, and actors, and extras, and directors, and etc. inhabit. What is Natural to it:

- Sexual/Physical/Emotional abuse, be it from the casting couch, grueling hours, kowtowing to another’s ego... The shoots can be continuous days, resolve wears thin, the seeds of darkness begin to sprout.
- Everyone can be replaced
- Everyone wears a false face. No one is genuine. “The LA way” - everyone is a flake. Everyone is a liar. No one can say what they truly mean and feel.
- Everyone struggles. The vast majority of these people suffer from narcissistic personality disorder, that is that their own traumas blind them entirely to the trauma of the other. Dysfunctional, insecure actresses.

Certainly, there are a handful of individuals with the self-awareness to understand the poison of this propaganda. To the rest, the vast majority, this is absolute reality. Everything this machine produces projects this poison with it, it is only natural considering the tree from which this fruit falls. And consciousness wishes to spread (that’s why we’re communicating here!) - it has no care or understanding of what Truth is, what objective reality is, as all consciousness assumes itself to be the Truth. In some terrific way it is, though that is another treatise altogether.

It is an interesting conundrum, that there is a demonic spirit to Hollywood, to the Elite, at the Top of every pyramid. And not just the mundane or the profane, our most sacred institutions suffer from this as well. The child-trafficing rings of the Catholic church, the mafia connections of the Orthodox churches, the perverse sexual abuses perpetrated by gurus such as Osho or Bikram, the sickening and perverse perceptions in the Talmud.

Truly, the problem as I see it is not human, though humans perpetuate it. It is pre-human. It is a pattern, a circling cycle of abuse swirling through time. It is the Natural Sin.

Perhaps problem is not the proper word for it... What is good and what is bad.
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RE: Is The Joker a psy-op?
The Joker, and the surrounding issues of coraling alienated white males into an empty nihilistic narcissism, are covered here superbly - the Joker chat starts around 40mins

https://www.bitchute.com/video/5QL4q7FQC...mize=false
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Or, it's just a guy who goes off his meds and imagines a world where he's cool and starts a whole movement and there's no real meaning beyond - If you're crazy, don't stop taking your medication.




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