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Old Aug 28, 2012, 8:39pm   #1576
 
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Yamato started this thread finally a famous comedian who speaks out

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And this clip below reminds you how complicit the entire mainstream media was, including bbc:


And of course the BBC has now "conveniently lost" most of its 911 footage. You have to laugh, announcing the collapse of a building an hour before it falls down, whilst actually standing in front of it is a **** up of monumental proportions even by the BBC's standards.

The boys from t2w could have done a better cover up !
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Old Aug 28, 2012, 8:47pm   #1578
 
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Yamato started this thread Ah ah, awesome. Another one who sees the truth.

Here's another hilarious document:



excellent summary of the situation, by james corbett

All details and evidence in the links on the text below the video here:
http://www.corbettreport.com/911-a-conspiracy-theory/
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Old Aug 28, 2012, 10:20pm   #1579
 
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Yamato started this thread ok, back to the topic of the boss yelling at me.

I've discussed for an hour with my uncle, who also was working at a bank and the strategy is as follows:

1) both uncle and father agreed that if i feel like it, i can walk out on the boss at any time i desire, even from the start of his hostile attitude.

2) uncle suggested that I also walk out and soon after that i write to the boss an email saying "tell me what needs to be done, and I'll do it", so that i don't give him an excuse for disciplinary action - meaning i keep subordination without accepting yelling and unfair lectures

3) uncle said also that, if I know how much I am worth and if I know that the boss is an idiot, which i totally do, then there is practically nothing that can touch me, and even being yelled at, can be taken with dignity. The only part we disagree with is that he said that part of the dignity (he didn't use the term "dignity") is replying to the boss "you're wrong", but i told him that he'd yell even louder, so he concluded that if i cannot say anything back for a reason or another, then i'd better walk out from the start

4) another important detail that came up is the fact that the boss has been here for almost two years, that he might be leaving, statistically, any time soon, and that I do not want him to move me out of my beloved office, because I am comfortable where I am (work sucks, but it would be worse elsewhere), so, while I don't want to take any abuse, I also don't want to risk giving him opportunities to report me, or punish me, or transfer me for whatever reason.

I knew i'd come with a very good scenario to handle the idiot boss. Now it's clear that I know what I am worth, that I know what he's not worth, and that given these facts, i can be quite confident that no one will take away my merits and my capabilities, regardless of what this guy yells.

My uncle said that if this guy has personal problems and yells because of them, and he does, then i should not take it as a personally. I told him that it bothers me to hear people yelling.

Basically now I am more relaxed, and I know that my self-respect and value will not decrease just because I am allowing an idiot to yell at me. You see, the important point that my uncle made is that just because an idiot is yelling at you, that doesn't make you more of an idiot. I am worth what I am worth, and the fact that I am not appreciated (or even if he pretends that, which is more likely the case) by an idiot who happens to be my boss, that does not change my value.

I will evaluate the situation when it will happen. If I will feel extra strong, I will stay in the room, and fight the boss with my eyes. He will see in my eyes what i think of him. I will not say one word, nor answer any question if the atmosphere is disrespectful - so it might be even worse for him that i stay in the room actually.

If instead I will feel weak, then I will walk out.

It is clear according to these two pretty balanced people (father and uncle) that in a situation like this, the behavioiur of walking out is acceptable. And also the good news is that if I get yelled at by an idiot, that does not automatically make me more of an idiot than he is.

I am pretty satisfied. Obviously this will not remove all the preoccupations, such as my dislike for my boss, frustration, anger, and it will not even remove insomnia completely, but, when this thing will happen again, and he'll yell at me, I will be like a student who studied for the test.

On the other hand, having studied, the two things that I will absolutely avoid are these:

1) admit errors that I didn't make or answer questions asked rudely - i'll stay quiet if i am being treated rudely

2) reply in anger, yell, or say anything under the effect of emotion, which is absolutely normal if someone is yelling at you, but which has to be avoided and if I cannot avoid emotions when he's yelling at me (whether anger or discouragement), then i must choose to leave the room

To sum it all up in one sentence, I will have to produce controlled and effective behaviour (which will consist of being quiet and looking at him with hate/contempt - my thoughts) or if I am incapable of controlled and effective behaviour (depending on the situation), then I will leave the room. Nothing in between basically. Proper behaviour or no behaviour.

By looking at him, and not answering his questions, I will tell him "you're an idiot" without actually saying it. My thoughts will show in my eyes and posture. And they will be "you're an idiot, disappear, leave my room".

Dude, I didn't break my back for 7 years to be taking any **** from an idiot boss for no justifiable reason. What counts at the office is how much serious work you have produced and so I don't care who the boss is, I am entitled to dignity, and if he doesn't know it, he will find out one way or another, and it will happen if he ever dares to yell at me again.

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You know, all this is happening because i've been in this office for two years but basically this guy has not been my boss once yet: i have always told him how to do things, I have always been on top of everything, I have always solved his technical problems, he's untidy, a complete mess... and as a consequence of this, to me it is unconceivable that a guy like this could ever yell at me. He probably perceives this, and yells out of anger for a situation where one of his employees doesn't kiss up to him and doesn't perceive him as the boss. It's a funny situation if you think about it, because in the morning, this guy does not call me up to his office to discuss what to do in the day: he knocks on my door, comes in and tells me - most bosses would call you, would have you wait in front of their door, and then would keep you standing for ten minutes while they tell you what to do during the day. You see, he does the opposite: he stands up while he tells me what to do. So, can i insult a guy like this? He makes me smile and I could even feel sorry for him, if it weren't that once every four months he yells at me for no reason. I gotta absolutely keep things into perspective in order to not abuse a guy who is only abusing me because he is demanding all at once, and at the wrong moment, all the respect he didn't know how to demand during the rest of the year. It's a really funny guy and a funny relationship that we have. I take things personally, and that explains my reaction, and he keeps things inside and explodes all at once and at the wrong time. Maybe by yelling at me he didn't really want to say "you made a huge mistake" but "why don't you kiss up to me!? why don't you fear me?!".

So, considering all these things, even his unacceptable and erratic behaviour could be explained, and even accepted. But the main problem that remains is that this guy is so messy that he loses documents on a daily basis on his table. I despise him for his messiness and due to that, I cannot possibly consider him my boss. And it drives him mad that I am so tidy that he can't possibly find a problem in what i do. Maybe it's that. So... maybe he periodically feels he has to remind me that he's the boss, and he fabricates imaginary problems, and then treats me viciously.

Wow. Even if this is the explanation, I still cannot forgive him, because it's like... I am ok with not having a boss for a year, because I work anyway, without having to be checked, but I am not ok with being treated like crap periodically because you feel frustrated and concentrate in one instant all your need for... submission. What the ****? Then you could also treat me like a prince for two years and then shoot me at the end of two years because you resented treating me like a prince? Crazy mother ****er.

Anyway, the path to follow is clear, as I said earlier: if you can stay in control while he's yelling and handle him and produce the efficient behaviour of looking at him without answering, then do so. If you can't, then leave the room.

If the problem is that he needs submission, neither behaviour will work, because if i leave, he'll go crazy. And if I stay and not answer, he'll also go crazy. Because I would not be offering submission, because that is not the way to ask for submission. You could simply ask me to come to your office, and have me stand up while you talk to me: that should make you feel like you're the boss. What is the need to invent an excuse to yell at me? That is totally sick. I would rather come to your room 30 times than to be yelled at once. Instead he never calls me, always comes to my room, politely almost always... and then... this crap. This madness.

The thing is that I don't know when he will leave us. If I were positive that he left within this year, I could expect one more of these absurd incidents of being yelled at for unexplainable reasons. But who knows if I'll be stuck with him for another year maybe. Most of the time he yells at people for his own mistakes actually. That's what makes it so hard for me to accept such an injustice. For example, in this case, he was the one supposed to be in charge if my work was ok before sending it. He did not notice any mistakes, ever. Now all of a sudden, I noticed my own mistakes, and I am the only person who's guilty of anything. How about all the checking you were supposed to be doing? Oh yeah, you put a mark saying that it was correct.

The problem with this guy is that I cannot even work with an erratic guy who 1) doesn't reward me for my good work, and 2) yells at me for his mistakes or even for mistakes that he never even told me about once. You say it normally, you say what you want normally the first time, then you remind the person the second time, and if you're desperate you yell the third time. You don't yell the first time, when you didn't even tell the person you wanted something done in a given manner.

Oh, my god. I haven't solved anything. The problem is that this guy is crazy, and a person that's crazy, or acts crazy cannot be handled reasonably. He's crazy, he yells, and I don't see how i could find a pleasant way to handle such a situation. A person who yells for no reason cannot be pleasant. And then he found me, a person, who gets extremely offended and takes everything very personally... I think we can simplify the problem and we can discard the option of staying in the room and being calm, and looking at him quietly in the eyes. The only option for me is to leave the room as soon as I see the saliva drooling from his mouth and that he's in attack mode.
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Old Aug 29, 2012, 1:03am   #1580
 
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Why Is Alex Jones Still Alive?

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Old Aug 29, 2012, 1:22am   #1581
 
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Yamato started this thread wow, this is excellent, great content and editing

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Old Aug 29, 2012, 6:53pm   #1582
 
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Yamato started this thread hilarious quebec police as agents provocateurs: these canadians are such nice guys that they can't even succeed at basic things such as the ones mastered by the americans





The same thing happened at the G8 in Genoa as well, but italians are retarded so no one woke up despite the opportunity

obviously i found reference to this incident in the documentary i posted in my previous post

You know, it's amazing how relatively clean canada has stayed despite being so close to americans - i wonder what will happen when civil war will break out in the US. Who will the canadians side with? With the US government? I don't think so. Certainly not the canadian people. Maybe even the canadian government will join the rebels.
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Old Aug 29, 2012, 7:12pm   #1583
 
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Yamato started this thread From the previous documentary (two posts ago), I found out about Jack McLamb and the point of view of good police officers







yeah, i knew about this already - from jesse ventura's show

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Old Aug 29, 2012, 7:58pm   #1584
 
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Yamato started this thread so many awakened documentarians that I am forgetting their names, this guy is ben stewart:
Talismanic Idols

this one is about US politics and many philosophical issues



Nowadays, for every documentary maker that sells out, such as michael moore, there's 10 more documentarians, even better than the one who sold out, putting their work on youtube for free

Here's another one by ben stewart



This one is going to be similar to zeitgeist in many ways, for the themes and the editing... this guy knows so much **** that i'm going to have to watch it very slowly and with a dictionary - not just this one but also the other one. I am talking about his talk about "Maritime admiralty law" both in this and the other documentary.

funny thing is that whenever there's a an awesome revolutionary and comprehensive documentary about the matrix, such as this, Thrive, or Zeitgeist, you always find someone on the web, who says it was created by the Illuminati, by the powers that be, and it contains plenty of satanic symbols. I wonder if instead it is the person blaming alex jones of being satanic, zeitgeist, thrive or probably even this one, i wonder if they are the ones who are the disinfo agents.

whenever there's something that makes you think in a big big way, there's someone who comes up and says it's too good to be true, and that it's been sponsored by the powers that be and it has a satanic agenda.

And just yesterday i read this about loose change, that they are being promoted by the powers that be, because they effectively fight the idea of us "no planers", who believe no real planes hit the twin towers. I don't think so. They just fight for their ideas, which might be different from mine. What I believe is that the videos we saw of planes hitting the towers are totally fake and the media was totally complicit from even before the "attack" began.

Anyway, kymatica is not my type of documentary: too much text being read and too little video. I get bored. It is deep and heavy material, rich in content, but not for me right now.

Even if the first one i posted, Ungrip, is as heavy as a class. I don't know why. It is very well made, but it's the heaviest truther documentary i've ever come across. There's very little propaganda, very little action and repetition, and the info and concepts are complex to grasp. You have to listen to every single word, and the material is not familiar to me, even though relevant to the subject I am investigating.
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Old Aug 29, 2012, 8:39pm   #1586
 
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this dude has got balls



for speaking the truth, so much of the truth, i mean

he didn't just make this video on jay z but a whole playlist:



This dude, forerunner777, really has originality and guts to speak out:



In this case I disagree with him, but it's ridiculous how everyone gets happy for LGBT issues, when the US is murdering people by the millions. I guess obama is a good guy, and can't help killing millions, but at least he's implementing a good LGBT agenda. You know what I mean? We defend the jews, and yes we're murdering the catholics maybe, but hey, we're defending at least one minority.



Obama is not lying about LGBT because he's gay to begin with
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Yamato started this thread still finishing this



wow... sometimes disorderly, but overall it was excellent in content and emotionally engrossing.
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first minute is amazing, then it gets worse, mostly because this type of thing is boring after a while
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Yamato started this thread Upcoming trade in about one hour or two on natural gas. I am planning to go LONG. Today everything great at work. Of course the boss is not here. There's going to be great tension between us in the next few weeks, until he learns that he cannot yell at me. He either learns or he's going to have to transfer me, because I will not stay in the room if he raises his voice.

I've made my mind up, after consulting with plenty of people, most importantly my father and my uncle. The colleagues are saying that... they would not dare to do the same, and regularly put up with any yelling boss. But I work more than they do, and I know I don't deserve it. They told me that my boss is yelled at by his boss. Of course, but maybe because he's an idiot. Since I am not an idiot and I am always careful, I do not deserve to be yelled at, and I am not going to take it. Furthermore, he has been promoted due to all his kissing up and kneeling. I haven't been promoted because I have a different attitude, and therefore I don't have to put up with this either.
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