Fired Up: Steampunk and Transhumanism (4-16-19)

Tonight Sinead talks about the steam punk aesthetic, it’s ties to jews, transhumanism, and how Star Wars is overtly jewish.

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Lotti Von Hesse

These monsters make me sick – they can’t kill and eat giraffes because they don’t know which veins to cut, and that they are endangered, yet, they are on the approved list? They say that kosher slaughter is more humane? Those damn liars! Also, their Talmud teaches that wages owed to the cuthean (goyim) do not have to be paid – that’s why they did not tip you – no tip for you, goyim! Their Klezmer music is the most awful music I have ever heard, besides rap! These people are the terrorists of the world, using their Talmud. They have thousands upon thousands of useless, nit-picky, and evil rules that they use against the “goyim”! It is surprising though, that so many non-jews are… Read more »

Tabitha

A humorous and informative show!

Skalgarir

I never liked the steampunk universe. It doesn’t make sense as a design theme and clashes in aesthetic principle, like green and blue of a gypsies dress. Its one of those things that is possible in terms of being able to do it, however it exemplifies the adage of: just because one CAN, doesn’t mean one SHOULD. It is to me an example of just throwing things together because of a lack of imagination. Great set.

Elizabeth

Hi Sinead. For a few days I’ve been thinking about your article, “What have you done for us lately?” You encouraged the readers to get beyond the personal comfort zone. I know that is important, and I know there are many doing just that, though others may be unaware of their efforts. Over the days of watching and formulating my thoughts on this I just happened to listen to a past show of Kyle’s where he was speaking with (I believe) Scott Roberts and the topic of activism came up regarding the need for people to do more. Several suggestions were recommended. But what most stood out for me was a comment that Kyle made regarding those who stay low-key or anonymous. He said something… Read more »

Irmin

Thank you Elizabeth. I also was pondering Sinead’s article for the past 2 days… I felt it was very well timed by her, since I am confronting the threshold of going public at the moment, and still have my doubts (based on what happened the first and last time I published an article – in 2016). Also it seemed to represent something that needed to be addressed atm, representing general vibes in the macro- and microcosm. One thing I often think about (besides the anonymity factor that you address) is the “circle and ellipse”, and MY OWN THOUGHTS in relation to this… I think, that a cosmic law is always in effect, that will come up with the right response for everything, instantaneously. What I… Read more »

renegade

Being able to sacrifice a helpless animal does not make one better able to battle. Practice does that. There are 6 million better ways to make our people tough than slitting the throats of some goats. The National Socialists outlawed all sorts of abusive practices toward animals (fox hunting, vivisection, kosher slaughter, etc) and were led by vegetarians (Hitler, Himmler, Hess), yet they were quite capable of brutal warfare. It seems like you are trying to justify or excuse an ancient practice, which was done in a very different time. The sacrificial animals of the past were consumed afterward, and were needed in a time when we did not have access to all the year-round food options of today. Around 150 million animals die per… Read more »

Irmin

I did not say anything about being physically dangerous/battle. I mean posing a threat to the status quo.
Also I am using the example of animal sacrifice to make my point, I’m not saying it’s something that should be done (it’s pointless since we don’t even know how our ancestors performed such rituals and they would likely be fruitless if we would attempt them now).
Really I’m just using animal sacrifice because I literally heard Sinead talking about it when I just tuned in to the show, and also, because it allows me to *not* specify the dangerous behaviour that I may have been thinking of.

It sounds like you’re just trying to justify the fact that you eat tortured flesh, and to be honest, it sounds a bit psychopathic. You had sent me several e mails about how it’s not healthy to miss a period. You were assuming that because I don’t eat tortured flesh or stolen milk, that I am anorexic and don’t get my period. You clearly don’t understand how the body works. I found it very creepy that you were assuming that, let alone thinking about my menstrual cycles.

Irmin

Well, I’m glad you bring up that email, the first one I ever sent you. Maybe this proves Elizabeths initial point/comment: that because one doesn’t “align 100% with the objective of a venue” one is reluctant to have more involvement… This happens to apply in my case, and is the reason I responded to her. I didn’t say one word about eating meat in my above comment. I wrote you in my email that I only support local, biodynamic farming that treats animals properly. What I *am* trying to justify in my comment is my cowardice. I know that I am cowardly to a degree. This is because I have health problems that I have not yet overcome. The fact that she specified in her… Read more »

Sinny

So you want to pin your cowardice on us? Since you don’t agree w us, you cant do anything to help White children? Okay, then.

Elizabeth

Irmin, just wanted to say that cowardice is something all are challenged with overcoming. Some overcome it faster than others. Take Kyle and Sinead, for example.

We were programmed to self-censor and it takes work to undo that, and that is the important work. Thank you for your honesty.

The times are such that there will be intense conversations like these posted in this thread. I can only hope to grow from such encounters.

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Elizabeth

ps: On each deciding how to manage all this according to his or her own directive… I don’t think this is jerking off the status quo but allowing it to expand at will.

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Irmin

Elisabeth, I didn’t get notified about your comment.
I couldn’t agree more, that the intensity of this conversation is a reflection of where things are currently at. I experience it as very valuable, and have definitely learned some new things.

I really appreciate your attitude. It invites civil debate and respects personal autonomy.

Elizabeth

Thanks, Irmin. I’m learning, too.

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Rayo

Irmin, I do not wish to involve myself in this current debate, I believe I see both sides and hope for a mutually beneficial outcome-I believe it’s there! What I am interested in is your thoughts/writings on Steiner. Having studied him for a few years myself, and using his lectures on agriculture with much success, I am very interested in your “Exposure” of him. While he was without a doubt, R/C, a “Member of the lodge” and for a brief time involved with Theosophy, he publicly repudiated both the lodge and Blavatsky, and openly broke ties with the later. Controlled opposition? I have always wondered. He stated that he had to use the mediums that were available to him at the time even though they… Read more »

Irmin

Thank you Rayo for your comment. I’ll try and give you some sort of a coherent answer.. I can confirm a lot of what you described as matching with my own experience. I myself atttended a Steiner school, and saw only good things that have greatly benefited me in the further course of my life. I have spent the last week trying to verify the serious accusations made against Steiner by Schwarz-Bostunitsch, an author who was later involved with the National Socialists on a high level. He published a “chapter” in 1930 titled “Dr. Steiner – a swindler like no other” I tracked down all the sources used in this text, and came up empty handed because none of them implicated Steiner in any misdeeds… Read more »

Elizabeth

Oh yeah. Yep, yep, yep!! “Being able to sacrifice a helpless animal does not make one better able to battle.” “Being able to sacrifice a helpless animal does not make one better able to battle.” “Being able to sacrifice a helpless animal does not make one better able to battle.” Thanks, Kyle. I remember years back when, for a while, the bald eagle was dwindling in numbers, yet certain Native American tribes believed they had to sacrifice one in order to assure their continuance. I think (on religious grounds) the gov granted them permission of only one per year. Still, I could not understand how taking the life of an innocent bird could foster anything positive. I wrote letters, but it was not a battle… Read more »

Elizabeth

Irmin, my point, also was that we just don’t know what people are dealing with. Who’s got stage 4 cancer? Who just lost a child? Who’s been so badly abused that every-day life is so intense for them? And on and on. And some people can handle the spotlight better than others. I say let the best in each be offered in whatever capacity he or she can muster. Some say baby steps lead to giant steps.

Do we refuse a piece of good pie just because it’s not the whole pie? As long as that piece has no poison in it, I accept it gladly.

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Elizabeth

ps: In case I didn’t express it clearly, my belief is that organized religion is a poison, exercising control while extracting money and sanity from the duped. So as far as I’m concerned it can all go down the drain, and take E.M. Jones with it. But what if a believer told me Mossad did 9/11? See what I mean? A true statement from one who likely has dangerous or deluded religious beliefs.

And some name the enemy of Jewish power and then exalt other enemies. The gate has so many keepers.

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Elizabeth, I’m sorry but all I hear are excuses. I never said that you have to use your real name and show your face. I just asked for everyone to do something. What have you done today to create a future for White children? I’m sure you’re talented at something. Those talents are so badly needed to help. There are many things that Kyle and I have experienced (death of friends, vindictive family, abusive pasts etc.) but we don’t go using it as excuses for being passive.

Sinny

Do you think I want to be in the spotlight? I really don’t but my son’s future is more important than me being comfortable.

Sinny

Do I know how to be dangerous? Hell yeah I do. Do you even know how to fight? Do you know how to use a fire arm? I train in combat sports 3 x a week, and do tournaments where my skills are pressure tested. I just took double gold in a tournament I did even after being sick w the stomach bug. Do you really think killing a defensless animal somehow makes you dangerous? You’re too afraid to even speak the truth about jews but I’m stymying myself? That’s rich!

Are the the Elizabeth from Gab that wanted to write articles for Heathen Women? I’m going to respond to your comment on a show since it will take me too long to type.

Elizabeth

No Sinead, I’m not on Gab or Twitter.

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Elizabeth

Sinead, thanks for responding. I’ll use one response for all three of yours, just for simplification. Well, I don’t see managing one’s life according to how one chooses and based on one’s situation as “excuses.” I guess in some cases it could be, but not all. Regarding what I’ve done “today,” I take that back to what was mentioned earlier, that some serve better behind the scenes. One’s talents and deeds are still happening even when others are unaware of them. As for fighting-readiness. I have to live with whatever others may assume about that since I have not openly stated my methods. I will say that similar to how you want to protect your son’s future, there are many others who value freedom and… Read more »

I know that you’re not Irmin. For some reason the order of the comments is all messed up. I will respond on my show to communicate the rest.

Elizabeth

Okay.

And maybe the comments are all messed up because the world is all messed up. Not easy to try and straighten it out.

I will, however, still color eggs.

I just colored eggs w my son 🙂

Elizabeth

Well, I’m glad we are managing some life that holds joy. Yea! Colored eggs. And chocolate ain’t so bad either, especially the dark, organic kind. Once in a while, ya jus’ gotta. Okay, bite the bunny’s head. 🙂 I was glad to see a happy face from you as I have been anticipating your response, bracing myself, so to speak, while also hoping for some centered dialogue. I will certainly catch your show. But there are concerns. Will I be delegated to the volcano? Ha! And always looming is the dreaded “shill” label. Anyhow, thoughts keep coming along… for surely all processing is organic and more can emerge at any time. Am wanting to add that we do not always know all the mechanisms that… Read more »

Tim Horton and McDonald’s has restricted access to your site but the library hasn’t so now I must listen to see why with three back to back shows. Sarcasm is not the best form of humour but your intentions are always taken well. Left something for lurmann but he doesn’t acknowledge time to disclose the clowns in police uniforms in my next rant

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So you came here to promote Mami’s Shit and Davis Lurman? You opened your “rant” with how we need to send money to Lurman.