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Gaia
Gaia(@gaia)
1 year ago

Lessons shared by Rick, Ab and Geris, and many other audios come back in two small podcasts I made, my first time using Audacity.

You’ll enjoy listening to wise men talk about and with Rollo and Geris, the two participants of the Colombia Conference of Agenda 2020, enjoy

Geris
anchor.fm/iamiradio/episodes/E…

Rollo
anchor.fm/iamiradio/episodes/E…

Geris
Geris(@geris)
1 year ago

Thanks for the kind word John,I myself will go to the southern emisphere (!) For the first time.
Concerning the volcano ,it can be faked ,that doesn’t mean all volcanic eruptions are faked.

John le Bon
John le Bon(@john-le-bon)
1 year ago

Fascinating call. Regarding the volcano event I haven’t looked into this one. Probably won’t bother. If they wanted to fake this event it would be a piece of cake. If there were a real eruption and they wanted to fake some victims that would also be a piece of cake. Anybody who suggests otherwise must still believe 9/11 was real, which would be absurd, given the website we’re on. The 9/11 hoax was orders of magnitude greater in size and scope than any ‘volcano eruption disaster’ hoax would be. Regarding christmas in Hanoi Yes, this is my first xmas in… Read more »

Gaia
Gaia(@gaia)
1 year ago
Reply to  John le Bon

If I would have to name one lesson of just this young week, it is the truth of the paywall. Just for the quality of the podcast production it pays off to support Johnlebon.com. From that alone there is already so much to learn, especially for a beginning non-live podcaster as myself. Naturally, people recognize the value of effort. Someone painting your walls, fixing your car and creating a painting for you. Yet, in this Transhumanist Age, that is not “coming”, we live right in the middle of it, there is somehow the completely ridiculous idea that some random YT… Read more »

Antipodean
Antipodean(@antipodean)
1 year ago

Lets focus on the 3 Coffs Harbour Victims. As yet not mentioned in the local paper.
www.coffscoastadvocate.com.au/…comment image?width=400&height=250
The 3 victims pictured above on the Cruise Ship Ovation.

Karen Griffiths, Mother of Victim Jason Griffiths is seen below laying a wreath at Whaktane for her son.
Why is she even there if her son’s body had been flown back to Oz. Unless she was on board the Cruise liner with her son, maybe she took the photo.
(go to 2 min. 50 sec. mark)
www.smh.com.au/world/oceania/f…

Xileffilex
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Xileffilex(@xileffilex)
1 year ago
Reply to  Antipodean

Woolworth’s employee Griffiths certainly doesn’t look like a typical cruise participant. [Oh, Richard Elzer is also a Woolworth’s employee..] www.stuff.co.nz/national/11808… Why would Woolies also pay for his 80 year old grandmother to fly out to New Zealand? It’s absurd. The MSM dutifully omitted to say which hospital Griffiths allegedly died in. The cruise line [which has gained excellent publicity] must have been complicit in this psy-op, in the booking of add-on trips when the ship was docked at Tauranga. It was a huge newsworthy event when the same ship docked there in 2016 www.cruisemapper.com/ports/tau… And, as with all these deaths,… Read more »

Antipodean
Antipodean(@antipodean)
1 year ago
Reply to  Xileffilex

Filex, good digging as always. So it looks as though the 3 Coffs victims were part of a group of 9 friends. This makes sense because these cruises are cheaper if you take a multiple shared cabin berth. They’re not that expensive, probably this cruise about 9 nights only visiting NZ, may have been about $2K each. I can see Woolworths of Coffs Harbour using the publicity to their advantage of being seen as a good local employer. So it looks as though Jason Griffiths’s Mother flew out to Auckland to be at his bedside in an Auckland Hospital probably… Read more »

Xileffilex
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Xileffilex(@xileffilex)
1 year ago
Reply to  Antipodean

Oddly, Antipodean, the only two friends in this alleged group of nine who get any media spotlight are Alex and Paul [I found the correct spellings] Paul Murtha and Alex Severus have since abandoned the Ovation of the Seas ship and are by the bed side of another friend at Auckland Hospital. The ABC understands the friend has sustained burns to 80 per cent of his body. “We acknowledge the mammoth efforts undertaken by Paul Murtha and Alex Severus **, who are travelling with Rick and Karla,” Mr [Peter] Elzer said. source ** who decided not to join [the other… Read more »

Antipodean
Antipodean(@antipodean)
1 year ago
Reply to  Xileffilex

It would take a brave person to walk around Coffs calling BS on this. FRIENDS CONFIRM THE DEATH OF COFFS HARBOUR MAN JASON GRIFFITHS IN NZ VOLCANO ERUPTION The group of friends travelling with Jason Griffiths, Karla Matthews and Richard Elzer has released a statement overnight: “We do so with the permission from all 6 of us who travelled in the group of 9 friends, and also with the permission of the families of the three victims, who have all read this. On the 4th of December 2019, we embarked upon a cruise as a group of 9 close friends… Read more »

Xileffilex
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Xileffilex(@xileffilex)
1 year ago
Reply to  Antipodean

So no different from every other HRDPAR involving fake deaths. People ** would rather wish that others were dead than be happy that they are alive and recycled/reassigned. A topsy-turvy world indeed.
I can just imagine “les six” sitting down together on their loungers on top deck and agreeing the wording of their “statement”, lol!

** the universal, MSM-trained death-worshiping, grieving victim cult, plus florists

Antipodean
Antipodean(@antipodean)
1 year ago
Reply to  Xileffilex

Looks as though Ovation of the seas is at the budget lower end of the Cruise Ship experience. www.farandwide.com/s/worst-cru… Reviewers are not impressed with the ship’s cramped dining spaces and pool, average-at-best food and, as one reviewer puts it, “SO MANY GIMMICKS” — including robot bartenders that don’t add much to the experience. The one bright spot? The ship’s size, which several reviewers note is, at the least, impressive. (Its maximum occupancy is nearly 5,000 passengers.) Ovation of the Seas, which launched in 2016, was sailing in New Zealand and Australian waters, but is moving to Alaska for the 2019… Read more »

Antipodean
Antipodean(@antipodean)
1 year ago
Reply to  Antipodean

White Island a nice earner for the cruise company. A huge mark up.
www.stuff.co.nz/business/indus…

Royal Caribbean has removed the White Island/Whakaari shore excursion page from its website but a cached version shows that it did not include any warnings about potential hazards on what it dubbed “one of the most active volcanoes in the world”. It charged adults US$324 (NZ$491) each for the seven-hour tour.

“Get close to the drama: Gas masks help you get near roaring steam vents, bubbling pits of mud, hot volcanic streams and the amazing lake of steaming acid,” the site said.

Xileffilex
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Xileffilex(@xileffilex)
1 year ago
Reply to  Antipodean

This woman says $554 per adult [currency not specified] and would have had to be booked months ahead around 2m 15s

Antipodean
Antipodean(@antipodean)
1 year ago
Reply to  Xileffilex

So either way a huge mark up. With potentially 4,000 + passengers on board and relatively small local tour operators, with less than 40 available spaces, the cruise company can charge it’s patrons what ever it likes.

Gaia
Gaia(@gaia)
1 year ago

A great podcast, and especially important to hear three mostly sound-thinking Subject Matter Experts and Enthusiasts share so many insights for free. Geris was on fire and debunked so many myths and accusations thrown at him, showed his learning in life, which is Agenda 2020 in every sense. Great and true words about Rollo, the other participant in the Colombia Conference next month. It indeed will be an amazing experience and not just because of the company, country, comedy, and other c’s as coffee…. It will be because we want to grow; learn; ascend from the reactive mode still too… Read more »

Xileffilex
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Xileffilex(@xileffilex)
1 year ago
Reply to  Gaia

Could you indicate which areas of fakeology, in your estimation, are the three “fakeologists” Exoterick, Geris and Ab ‘unsound’?

And please stop pushing your “Agenda 2020” gibberish here.