White Wellness: Decentering & Recentering (4-4-19)

Tabitha talks to Callwen again about a multitiude of subjects including decentering Christians, anti-White agendas in academia, talmudvision and its effects, cultural recentering via Aryan centered media, paths of awakening and how technology can help make our lives more centered.

Part 1: http://www.renegadebroadcasting.com/wildcard-tabitha-wolfram-and-the-white-wellness-hour-embodiment-and-disembodiment-2-14-19/

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Anthony Roberts

Those christards have been so labotomized by the parasite, that they, like the rest of the other races, cannot differentiate between caucasoid Indo-European and caucasoid semite. This is how the deception, and our genocide, continues.

The world just sees (via their total-media domination) White! That’s why they’ve closed our pubs, clubs and post offices; so we can’t group.

Just by saying “person of colour,” and thereby insinuating White isn’t a colour and we shouldn’t exist, should be enough to bring our people onto the streets and in zog removal mode. But no, heads in the soil.

PS Great show ladies – thank you. I hadn’t heard about those farmers guiding their cattle through hollow trees. Could it be some form of ley line power?

Callwen

Yes, hollow trees and ones hit by lightning – seems they saw the circle as a kind of holder of contained power or energy. The same Christarded figure warned against having gatherings around a fire, by a tree or at a crossroads. I really want to learn more about ley lines and walk some of them someday in the UK. Your comment about gathering places makes me think of how many TVs there are in public places – that’s been escalated int he last 10 years or so. You see people sitting in a bar and just staring at the TV, not talking…like in a sports bar. I also wondered about when they outlawed smoking in bars and pubs (starting with CA, now everywhere) –… Read more »

Jmcaul

I can’t remember where I heard about it, perhaps it was renegade. But about 10 years ago the liquor distributors started offering “free” big screen TVs to bars and restaurants. The pub was once a public gathering place where much of the unofficial community business was conducted and opinion discussed. Tvs killed that aspect. Put together with who we know owns the big liquor producers and it’s hard not to see a weaponized attack on community cohesiveness. These “people” are well aware of where the threat to their power comes from. They constantly find new ways to offer candy coated shit balls.

Elizabeth

We need a “Bring Back The Pub” movement. Ahhh, when we talked and clanked, and laughed and cried, embarrassed ourselves, and did ourselves proud by having something valuable to say. And we sang, we sang the songs of our lives, and togetherness was human and spiritual and reassuring, not just of company but of connection, connection to something good, something real.

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Elizabeth

Whenever I’m at the check-out counter and I’m asked if I want to donate to this or that I simply reply,

“Thank you, but I prefer to give anonymously.”

Takes them aback, and works.

🙂

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Callwen

That’s a great answer – much better than ‘not today’ my old standby. I was saying a blunt No the other day, esp. to question “Do you want to give a dollar to autism?” I’d give a dollar to the prosecution of the perps behind the autism epidemic though.

Jmcaul

I just say NO. That REALLY takes them aback! I told one checker that these donation appeals were fraudulent and the money was NOT going to cure childhood cancer but was just going straight in the pocket of the executives. She was indignant and lectured me about what it’s like to have a child with cancer, TOTALLY missing the point that these organizations EXPLOIT sick children for financial gain. She even said she PREFERS to “believe in the good.” She may as well believe in unicorns that fart gold dust. I just walked away shaking my head at the total disconnect from reality.

Elizabeth

Yeah, last report I saw was that they, the so-called “charity” take upwards of 95% of donations for themselves. Sick, rich bastards.

Better to befriend some of the homeless in your town, treat them to lunch, share a walk. No middleman. So many ways to help without ziocorp skimming.

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Callwen

Speaking of sick, why do they ALWAYS show bald (often white, blue-eyed) children and not healthy ones cured by the miracle of modern medicine? The pervasive image of the dying white child – is this to remind us of our genocide while shopping? Also, I resent being nickel and dimed for these huge charities that are swimming in the dough, like you point out.

Tabitha

That’s an excellent response! I usually say “not today” when I’m asked. I really should be engaging the grocery clerk with the actual reasons why I’m not donating though.

Great show, ladies!

UJG

Thank you ladies….really enjoyed this discussion

Elizabeth

I do not know if this will do the master justice or avow the true history of the time, but Callwen, this is for you, coming soon:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZ1vn85iQRE

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Callwen

Beautiful trailer – yes I’d see that one, but be braced for the victor’s history and it looks like Phil Collin’s daughter is in it as the love interest, a fellow-white. The Others is actually my favorite movie set on Jersey. The Christ-insanity reminds me of what I grew up with, but it’s turned on its head in the story. I also have read The Outlander books and find the series pretty good – some of my ancestors came from Scotland after Culloden and went through NC, which is in the storyline, so it has extra meaning for me.

Elizabeth

A good thing there is still some art out there that isn’t corrupted. Not sure how it seeps through with all the zio control and ownership, but it does. Little morsels of reminders that we are our own selves and have within us many great things.

See you in Middle-Earth, Callwen. I always love going there.

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Slavik

Good show ladies.
Callwen, (and of course everybody else), you might want to check out a movie “As far as my feet will carry me”. Seems it would be right down your ally. Here is a little IMDB page: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0277327/?ref_=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1
German movie, based on true story, about a German POW escape from gulag. I have seen it a long time ago, before I new anything about anything and it left a deep impact. You can find it on youtube.

Callwen

I’m glad you mentioned that one – it’s one of the few that show German soldiers in the gulag – from the train transport to inside a cavelike lead-mining dungeon (where they were slowly dying) to an amazing escape. I read the book and saw the movie. The only thing I found questionable was the bit about the jew in there as savior along the way (even though the ‘escapee’ was a not-see). It didn’t ruin the story for me, but I’m sure that was put in there to make sure the jew as victim / savior (not gulag perp) is maintained. Did you catch that?

Slavik

No, I missed the jew part. Back in the days when I saw it I was completely oblivious to these issues. I wanted to re-watch for some time now, so I will pay attention when I do.

Callwen

Another classic movie is Das Boot (1981) – my high school German class went to see it (that shows you how much things change) – it’s told inside a U-boat without an evil not-see narrative.
I’ve always liked movies with tall ships, and The Bounty is a favorite with Anthony Hopkins and Mel Gibson.