This is the kind of thing to make you begin to believe conspiracy theories about the NWO. The UK’s National Health Service has come out with a statement that breast milk produced by men who think they are women is just as healthy for breastfeeding babies as natural women’s breast milk.

This can’t be a coincidence that the entire world is losing its ever loving mind in the same way at the same time. There must be some sort of central power that is directing and controlling this insanity. It’s been going on at least since 2020. Look at this picture, taken by me on the Dutch island of St Maarten in November of 2021:

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Bigus Macus · February 19, 2024 at 8:37 am

The UK’s National Health Service is stuck on stupid.

Pat H. Bowman · February 19, 2024 at 9:54 am

We’re going to need more wood chippers…

Exile1981 · February 19, 2024 at 9:05 pm

That article turned my stomach over, supper wasn’t sitting well but that made it worse

tfA-t · February 19, 2024 at 11:07 pm

“must be some sort of central power that is directing and controlling this insanity”

i’m glad you asked…

    tfA-t · February 20, 2024 at 7:00 am

    “… No one knows with certainty how or when the Masonic Fraternity was formed. A widely accepted theory among Masonic scholars is that it arose from the stonemasons’ guilds during the Middle Ages. The language and symbols used in the fraternity’s rituals come from this era. The oldest document that makes reference to Masons is the Regius Poem, printed about 1390, which was a copy of an earlier work. In 1717, four lodges in London formed the first Grand Lodge of England, and records from that point on are more complete.

    Within thirty years, the fraternity had spread throughout Europe and the American Colonies. Freemasonry became very popular in colonial America. George Washington was a Mason, Benjamin Franklin served as the head of the fraternity in Pennsylvania, as did Paul Revere and Joseph Warren in Massachusetts. Other well-known Masons involved with the founding of America included John Hancock, John Sullivan, Lafayette, Baron Fredrick von Stuben, Nathanael Greene, and John Paul Jones. Another Mason, Chief Justice John Marshall, shaped the Supreme Court into its present form.[15]…”

    Anonymous · February 20, 2024 at 9:32 am

    If he didn’t have followers, Hitler would just be one man ranting in a bar. At the beginning of his reign, Hitler can’t compel anyone to obey him. Hitler’s power comes only from the followers continuously choosing to obey. I think focusing on this men’s networking group or that religion is missing the deeper point that the instinctual human social organizational structure is the monkey troop. In any time and place a fraction of people considered as The Powers That Be belong to brand X club which indicates nobility. But the uniforms and rituals of club X aren’t the cause; the human monkey instincts in the followers are the cause. If you could squash brand X then brand Y would spring up to replace it. History shows this with religions and factions of religions banning/expelling each other.

Anonymous · February 20, 2024 at 4:33 am

> There must be some sort of central power that is directing and controlling this insanity.

90% of all humans everywhere are liberals, and now they’re all following and repeating the same media because they sense the Jonestown massacre endgame in sight. I think there is a conspiracy (criminals secretly planning crimes), but it’s not a James Bond movie plot, and the central order-shouter only has power because their followers obey it. Who said, scratch a dictator and find a frustrated writer?

Anonymous · February 20, 2024 at 6:31 am

“This is the kind of thing to make you begin to believe conspiracy theories about the NWO.”
Conspiracy theories about NWOs? Whoever calls them that, deserves to get the NWO practice. 😉
Little from them:
A unique perspective on Tucker’s interview with Putin, whose purpose and essence no one understood (backed up with all the necessary sources). I mean, there really is nowhere else to meet it, backed up by the necessary factual justification. In case you are interested in more details, scroll down and review the next comments of the same person. This, for example (recommend). And I argue that this is exactly the actual reason for the interview (review, open the links and review more if you wish).

Explanatory context, concerning the above.

I hope it’s not too conspiratorial theoretical. 🙂

Anonymous · February 20, 2024 at 10:05 am

I think the biggest benefit of the Ron Paul presidential campaigns was to trumpet the failures of economic central planning so loudly, that any adult who still champions economic central planning is committing criminal willful ignorance and negligence.

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