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What The Freak.....?    

By Paul Fox
1826 Views | 40 Comments | 4/22/2019 12:38:12 PM
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#2019-05-07 12:42:25 by melcyan @melcyan



You nailed it!


"What you write here smacks distinctly of 'conspiracy-theory-like stuff' or stuff-and-nonsense' (no better words for it).  It is anathema to me (anathema in the modern sense of intensely disliked).  This is a social blog, to attract the Chinese readers I believe, not to send them running from cranks."


Spot on! I have read Paul's (Nigel's) booklet "Devils Playground". I fact I read it twice because, for one stupid fleeting moment, I had the foolish thought of responding to it. There are many words from the "book" already on CLM. Hopefully, we will not have to suffer reading any more words from this booklet. (John, John, please, please help us keep CLM's focus where it should be)



#2019-05-08 14:56:49 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


Thanks Melcy.

I don't know if you've come across this fellow Aussie, but give him a 'listen' when you get chance. You don't need to watch - just listen.

He may surprise you in more ways than you think.

Take Care

#2019-05-09 13:05:31 by Barry1 @Barry1


I personally regard Max Igan, who calls himself "thecrowhouse" on YouTube, as one of the greatest living Australians. His messages are at once, both disturbing yet necessary.

I thus highly commend this gentleman. His profound insight and fundamental wisdom in relation to what's truly happening around us unerringly probes and deeply challenges every thinking person who listens to him.   :^)

#2019-05-09 16:39:15 by melcyan @melcyan



This fellow Aussie is a professional storyteller. He makes money from online donations. His storytelling name is Max Igan. His stories are all about fear and they are bought by gullible people like you. The bottom line of his fearful stories is that all the governments of the world are evil and our enemy. (Surely these all-knowing evil governments know Max Igan’s real name, where he lives and where he is right now. Why don’t they take him out?)


There are many Max Igans in this world who inhabit the sillier parts of the world of youtube. Max Igan and others like him, make a living from the people that they make uncomfortable with their stories of fear. I found it very amusing that this Atlantis believing, anti-vaxing, fear monger was confused about the true nature of water. The simple chemistry of water was completely beyond his grasp. However, someone like me could not be trusted to talk about the true nature of water because I am part of the evil government controlled system of Science.

#2019-05-10 19:22:32 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


Thanks, Melcy. You're right, silly me. Oh and @Barry1, silly you too !

Enjoy the 'ride', Melcy

#2019-06-28 16:53:41 by anonymous20563 @anonymous20563

Michelle Obama is a tranny named Michael. A gay colleague of mine told he instantly knew that Barak was a homosexual and Michelle a transgender.Makes sense that they would become a couple.

#2019-06-29 15:16:08 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


Thank you. I hope @OldGhost sees this, lol

#2019-07-07 16:55:45 by anonymous20575 @anonymous20575

@Barry1 Your quoting of Scripture doesn't apply to Paul's comments. In context using hermenutical principles that we all use in our reading of books, magazines, journals, newspapers and articles, state it's a reference to the Apostles sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ to people. Those who oppose it and refuse to accept it  Jesus equates to swine. The gospel is a very precious and expensive treasure that shouldn't be tossed around to those who refuse to listen. What Paul Fox writes may contain some truth and proof, but it's nothing compared to the good news of Jesus' life, death and bodily resurrection.

#2019-07-08 16:12:58 by Barry1 @Barry1


I believe in an eternal spirit that incarnates over long periods of time, into many different bodies. 

I believe in karma.

I believe you mean well, but with the greatest of respect, you may have become either lost or lead astray, somewhere along your spiritual journey.

Best wishes to you.


#2019-07-09 09:06:48 by paulfox1 @paulfox1


With respect, the 'life', 'crucifixtion' (cruciFICTION), and 'resurrection', all apply to the Sun. (Sun of God).

Of all my 'thousands of hours research', a huge % has been on the Bible - although I am not religious. The 12 'apostles' are simply constellations. The 13th 'apostle', Paul, was a fake 'apostle', and could actually be called the 'first Anti-Christ' insofar as he opposed the Biblical teachings of the Christ.

The letter 'J' never entered into English intil the 16th C, (neither did 'U' or 'W' - but that's another area, lol), so all Biblical names beginning with 'J' are technically false.

'Christ' is a bad translation of 'christos', which means, 'oil / anointing of oil', or more importantly, 'the flow'.

IMHO it refers to human spinal fluid that travels up and down the 33 vertebrae (Jesus 'died' at 33, and was 'resurrected' / 'reborn' / renewed')

I have seen the word 'Jesus' spelled as 'Iesus', or even 'Hesus'. This took me down a completely different 'path', and since the (genuine) message from the Bible is that of 'love', and, in short, 'be a good person and do no harm to others', then perhaps we could write 'Hesus' as 'He's Us'?

They are called 'scriptures' for a reason. 'Script - Ure', or even 'Ure Script' (Your Script).

As a historical figure, there is no evidence to suggest that Jesus was a living, singular man. That said, it is possible that the 'figure' of 'Jesus' goes way, way, way back in time, and that he was, in fact, a priest, long before the Romans invented Christianity.

Personally, I think the 'Council of Nicaea' never happened, (but even if it did, it means the Bible was heavily censored). All the evidence I have uncovered shows that the KJV Bible was put-together in the 1500s, prior to its release in 1611.

This book, (the most widely-read), incorporated the 'new language', (English), and this 'new language' was further propogated by 'Shakespeare' (who was Francis Bacon, the man in charge of putting together the KJV), and of course, Jane Eyre.

Furthermore, the creation of the 'British Empire' was simply to propogate English throughout as much of the world as possible;

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