Tal Shiar

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  • Tal Shiar
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    Black dog, are you female or male, because you sound easily controlled from reading your responses.

    I have never heard anyone reference a persons sex as being weaker in regards to Stockholm Syndrome. Since Stockholm syndrome is a psychological phenomenon in which hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors, sometimes to the point of defending and identifying with the captors. I just cannot see how a women is more easily controlled than a man?

    I think you need to reasses where this biogoted thought pattern is coming from.

    King Regards,
    TAL 🙂

    in reply to: The gay agenda (!) … as if some men are born that way! #517629
    Tal Shiar
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    ha ha . . That is a lie! The TV made that up as a joke. Get a life!

    in reply to: The gay agenda (!) … as if some men are born that way! #517628
    Tal Shiar
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    All of your talking points are straight from the conservative mass media and you are screaming disinfo!!!!

    There is nothing perverted about being gay! PERIOD! Any zoologist or zoo veterinarians will tell you that homosexuality can be seen naturally occurring in nature. There are many species of animals where homosexuality is practiced. Also there is no such thing as the “gay agenda!” This is something that was created by the conservative mass media and promoted again by the extreme right wing “Christians” who follow the rewritten King James Bible. A side note, the King James Bible was rewritten so that the people of England would not question authority. If you read the letters of Roger Williams and Sir Edward Colt, you would understand why the puritans moved to the Massachusetts Bay colony in response to that bible being written.

    Your talking points are hateful and hurtful to many. There is no doubt in my mind that you are paid to start fights on this website, because there is no way that someone who has been awoken to the mass media lies would fall for this. Everyone on this site has already recognized that organized religion is a way to control the masses. Being gay is something that is used to divide people by promoting their differences. If they have us fighting with each other, then we cannot unite to solve the world’s problems. Also, Tom explained to you about his friend that took his own life because he was gay. It was people like yourself that were the cause of that man’s pain and you should be ashamed of yourself for speaking this way.

    Another issue I have with your comments is that you are degrading women. Stating that women are weaker is another myth that is promoted by organized religion and the conservative mass media. In nature, one of the 5 great apes, Lemurs, are a women dominated society. So in their view women are superior to men. What is wrong with promoting the values of equality for all? We should always treat our fellow human being with respect and dignity.

    In my experience, the people who write and promote your ludicrous talking points are people who are personally struggling with their own homosexuality. Please talk with a therapist about this issues, because this site is not one where you should be talking like a bigot!

    You should apologize to Videre for those hateful comments as well! Please tell agency that is paying you to write this stuff, that it didn’t work!

    I will no longer engage with you about this topic, because in my opinion you should be deleted from the community. Maybe if you were treated the way you would like to treat gay people, you would understand their struggle. This whole topic is disappointing and a complete waste of time for all.

    in reply to: 911 Victims #460139
    Tal Shiar
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    Also, how do we track down the information about Amy Jarret?

    She was a flight attendant on United Airlines 175. Amy grew up in Lincoln, Rhode Island and North Smithfield, Rhode Island.

    Now there is a lot of evidence to support that a plane never crashed into the towers, but like I said my school did things in honor of her. Some of the teachers there actually knew of her. So there is a bunch of information to look into about her as well.

    in reply to: 911 Victims #460135
    Tal Shiar
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    I will have to ask my cousin if she knows that women?

    I guess it is possible that Kathryn S Wilde lives in the building as well?

    My cousin worked for the Federal Reserve at that time. So maybe other people lived in the building that worked in finance.

    Where is there a statement by Kathryn S Wilde about Cathy . . .

    I would just like to figure out how we can prove that this women didn’t exist when my cousin swears that this was her neighbor, they shared the same floor, and my cousin took in her cats. She had more than one cat.

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 5 months ago by Tal Shiar.
    in reply to: 911 Victims #459965
    Tal Shiar
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    Cathy’s address was

    6925 Shore Rd
    Brooklyn, NY 11209

    in reply to: 911 Victims #459961
    Tal Shiar
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    Hey Tom!

    Thanks for the wonderful post! This is the type of feedback that I was looking for. What are your thoughts on Cathy?

    Also, were you able to find anything about the girl, AMY, that went to my high-school?

    in reply to: 911 Victims #459918
    Tal Shiar
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    My cousin did not post that and she did not work in the WTC. Regardless, we are trying to find information about Cathy, not my cousin.

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 5 months ago by Tal Shiar.
    in reply to: 911 Victims #459917
    Tal Shiar
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    A good researcher doesn’t rule out anything. Like I said, its was my cousins neighbor. They both owned their apartments and there was only two apartments on their floor. Those two apartments were my cousins and Cathy’s apartment. My cousin inherited the cats because she was killed in 911.

    The point of posting this was to have REAL RESEARCHERS look more into this!

    Are you not a researcher or are you just going to dismiss something without looking into it? Its important to be open to any new information . .

    in reply to: MISSING ISLAND (?) OFF THE COAST OF ARGENTINA !!!!! #450279
    Tal Shiar
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    Sounds fishy!!! LOL

    in reply to: MISSING ISLAND (?) OFF THE COAST OF ARGENTINA !!!!! #450278
    Tal Shiar
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    With a little bit more research I came across a perfect explanation from NASA! So it must be true! 🙂

    http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/Malvinas/

    in reply to: MISSING ISLAND (?) OFF THE COAST OF ARGENTINA !!!!! #450162
    Tal Shiar
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    Maybe I shouldn’t have posted the video, because I haven’t investigated the user who posted the video.

    Did you check out the images?

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    in reply to: MISSING ISLAND (?) OFF THE COAST OF ARGENTINA !!!!! #450098
    Tal Shiar
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    Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina is close to that bright light. I googled up strange things in Comodoro Rivadavia and look at the video that was posted recently. Interesting . . .

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    in reply to: MISSING ISLAND (?) OFF THE COAST OF ARGENTINA !!!!! #450096
    Tal Shiar
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    Here is the 3rd image.

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    Tal Shiar
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    Hey K Ham,

    Agreed! I would love to have a conversation with you! I’ve been listening to a few of the shows that you have been on and I like the way you think. In my opinion, you bring a lot of insight into the conversation. Also, I was so proud to hear that you made a difference in your local water supply with removing fluoride. I’m a Tom’s of Maine tooth paste user, just because I don’t like what I have read in scientific journals over the years. One of my undergrad majors was in Medical Biology, so those type of issues resonate with me. Anyhow, I guess I will have to sign up for Teamspeak. However, I did ADD you on Skype and I am awaiting your friend request approval.

    Look forward to further communication.

    Kind Regards,
    Matt

    Tal Shiar
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    Hey There K Ham,

    I listened to most of your show yesterday and I really liked a lot of things that you said! I think this is an interesting topic and of course I love the ancient history portion of it as well.

    I really liked how you broke down the “Big Bang Theory” and the term “singularity!” It interesting that more people don’t pick up on that. Then again the word “singularity” sounds complicated, so I am sure most readers don’t look too deep into the term. Something that I find very interesting is that with some ocean documentaries, they state that we know more about space than we know about our own ocean? Ever since I heard that, I thought that was a bunch of bull! I would say that we know next to nothing about space and we just try to pretend that we do know! Then again, do we know more about space because we are in contact with more advanced species? Who knows? Although at this point, I don’t think we can rule out anything?

    Another interesting thing that you posted was the video, “Zahi Hawass YELLS AND SCREAMS AT Graham Hancock!” I was like, WOW! I’ve always thought that Zahi gave me the creepy vibe. I went to look up more information about him and I was shocked to learn that he made statements that were quite anti semitic. Then again, his statements like “Jews control the media” isn’t a far leap and I believe people are aloud to make any statement they want, but I doubt fully what he says. The last time that I checked, the Hearst family wasn’t Jewish? Zahi, has corruption written over his face. At least that is how I feel. I would think that if you were trying to learn about the past and your job was to research the past, then you would be open to other point of views. The fact that he is so defensive and doesn’t want to discuss other possibilities is interesting.

    Also, the comment that the pyramids might have not been built by the Egyptians was an interesting subject. I know that many ancient cultures talk about a more advanced society that predated them, so maybe that was the culture that built these things?

    Oh and the whole Orion Theory is really interesting. I thought that was the basic understanding of the formation of the pyramids. At least the “Ancient Aliens” show on the History channel states that all the time. So I thought that it was understood as fact. I didn’t realize that Zahi didn’t agree and that it was a debated topic? Again, the zodiac and planets meant a lot to the ancient people. I don’t think it is something that should ever be over looked.

    Keep up the post and discussion! I love the topic!

    in reply to: April 2015 #231319
    Tal Shiar
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    Hey Steve,

    I understand what you are saying, because there is a lot of disinformation out there and really at the end of the day no one really knows the truth. Also, I think a lot of those dis-information people are great at giving “nuggets” of truth to even this group and then try to spin some crazy.

    Now, I am not specifically targeting anyone, but there was one guy that talks about how salt is actually really good for you. He tries to link Japan’s life expectancy and their salt consumption as the the reason. If you try to research his theory with other regions, like Europe or South America, then you can see that his theory points to be incorrect, just with some critical thought and personal research. He also tried to spin the whole flat earth thing and even though no one really knows for certain, when that person is confronted with questions, they seem to deflect those questions. So they never really answer what they are trying to promote.

    I think this group does a great job of trying to expose the lies and misconceptions. I’m glad to know that there are other people who question what we are being told. After all, why does society ridicule those who question?

    Also, since I started this journey, because a friend introduced me to the idea, I find that there are a lot of people out there that are questioning what we are being told. Now, I am not sure if people question the media more, because of the region that I live in, the Hollywood culture, and the diversity of the community, but people to me are starting to wake up.

    in reply to: Robin Williams R.I.P #11493
    Tal Shiar
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    Hey, he was a great comic of the 90’s as well! Mrs Doubtfire and Aladdin were huge with my age group!

    in reply to: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 #11297
    Tal Shiar
    Participant

    The symbol is interesting, because it has a 33 in it!

    in reply to: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 #11277
    Tal Shiar
    Participant

    Has anyone else noticed that the symbol for the airline is 33? Look at it . . .

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