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☞ Odds & Ends

☞ Odds & Ends

Things are moving slowly for me at the moment. Primarily because I seem to be having some sort of relapse regarding my pain and spasms, which in turn does little for my sleep. I don’t know why this is, but it could be some sort of cleansing going on as I am back on a better diet than in months, and I and the dogs have at least one-hour walks daily. I am going to my various tools to try to soften the blow, but on some level, I probably have to let whatever this is run its course too. Given all the work I have already done around fear, that might be a contributing factor.

I think a lot when I go on these walks though. Sometimes it’s just me and nature. Listening for animals, feeling the gnomes and elves watching. And sometimes, I think long and deep out loud about all sorts. Not least what is going on, where we are going, and the spirit world.

One ‘funny’ thing that happened to me in the last three or four months was that I got a new (used) car. My old car was great, but it was going to need some repairs soon, a thorough service, and it was quite ill-suited for someone spending a lot of time on gravel roads and with two more or less wet and dirty dogs in the back. I was also my grandmother’s driver, and she had more and more trouble getting in and out of this quite low two-door 1Two-door cars often have longer and heavier doors, these can be a strain for old people to both reach and then close. For reasons I will not recount in detail, I went looking for a car that would do the job while mostly pleasing everyone else but me.

In the middle of this process, my gran died. Which in a family already quite grief-stricken, was a giant stressor. Instead of backing off and borrowing a car for a while, I more or less panicked and got the first thing that looked good enough. Ignoring every single warning sign as I did so. From the fact that the car was a good deal more expensive than even better-equipped versions from other sellers, to forgetting to inspect the car thoroughly and being critical. On top of that, the seller was an immigrant with an accent who had a car dealership under a Swedish name. A guy who was all smiles and butter before the contract was signed, and after was both rude and taunting.[/mfn]As an aside I’ve bought cars from immigrants twice before. Those are the only times I’ve been thoroughly tricked by card dealers.[/mfn]

Asking around with mechanics and car people later, I’ve realised that the whole operation probably is a racket where they use local women, their names won’t pop as clearly when you check previous owners, to buy up cars which they then spit-polish to look good enough to pass testing and sell expensively to Swedes who are dumb enough to trust them. When the car inevitably breaks down only shortly later, they refer to the contract but ‘graciously’ offer to have the car in to see what might be wrong. They can give you a special deal for the repair, as you are a valued customer. Most likely, though of course, I don’t know for sure, they then make sure you become a repeat customer.

Delving into databases online I have even found what their mole paid for my car. A third of what they charged me. And in the best case scenario, they cleaned it, put a used coil and sparkplugs in it, and a set of the cheapest tires you can find. I have already spent about what they paid for the car, just to keep it rolling. The financial loss for me personally is quite substantial, as I am still, shall we say, struggling to attract money. Though I, at first, was furious, I have now reached a more zen space and laugh about it. It was an expensive lesson, but a lesson nonetheless. What remains is to try and fix the situation.

As I find it difficult to focus for any longer period right now, I have spent some time reading and watching entertainment more than I usually do. But I have come across a few things that I think could be interesting to share. First, of course, the Tucker Carlson Putin interview. I entirely agree with Tucker that interviewing Putin is important, and something someone should have done a long time ago. That’s not to say that I particularly like Putin, even as I think you would have to concede he is impressive. Red Ice’s analysis of the interview was also interesting.2Though likely triggering for a lot of people. Lol!

This episode of Gold, Goats ‘n Guns was also quite thought-provoking. Especially to someone who has realised that pretty much no one in the political or media mainstream offers anything of value anymore.

[Edit] His analysis of the Carlson-Putin interview was also worth reading.

The Neil Oliver’s interview with Christine Anderson is also worth watching. Not least do I share her view that the only reason the EU is backing down regarding farming is that they still don’t dare dabble in voter fraud at quite that level. It has to look enough above board. Ergo, they will pretend to roll things back. For now. Once the election is over, it will come back in a new form. Top tip: vote in new people who are outspoken against the globalist agenda.

Lastly, the latest episode of Dr Sam’s podcast is very important. Parts of the freedom movement now want to sweep things under the rug that should not be swept there. It is important because virology must be exposed as the utter fraud that it is. Why? Because virology has become one of the most effective tools to destroy freedom, integrity, health, and wealth. Especially as several groups, including the WHO and the WEF, are kicking around new imaginary diseases to destroy the common man even more.

As always, keep the fires stoked!