June 13, 2020

Humbled Females: new forum reply to Sequestration

New reply from OdinsFlower

<p>Well I was an imigrant(legal the whole time/citizen long before I met my owner).</p>
<p>So it started there.</p>
<p>Then there was "school necessity" as the [middle/high schools], I went to both pushed two years of another language each(but I "lost" that one due to not using it,eventually),after being able to understand it well.</p>
<p>Learning one now, is harder but I hope and try my best as I love the [culture/language/history etc].</p>
<p>Its different when you *choose to learn the language* but a blessing all the same.</p>
<p>Owner is older then me, so they taught Latin and German when he was in school.</p>
<p>So in his school days he took and excelled in those.</p>
<p>He pays for a "Spanish translating system"(due to that being common at work).</p>
<p>I think he's lost the ones he's learned in school as I had the one that I learned in school years but we both are committed to Norwegian and i still have [my native tongue/English].</p>
<p> I'm not "perfect at it" but I have had those "she doesn't understand what we are saying so we can say whatever" moments and both times I was in such shock at what people will say when they feel free to..</p>
<p>Where as I am always doing my best to be ccourteous regardless of language((Shrugs)).</p>
<p>I think we both have been lucky to know good people of diverse backgrounds as it keeps us from being as closed minded about people.</p>
<p>The world feels more like a good place when you have met nice people from many corners of it.</p>
<p>Owner did some time in fine art cuisine,so if I really wanted to push for international food, he could probably "pull off" much of it but he's so meticulous if he gets in the kitchen it would cost us an arm and a leg to do it.LOL</p>
<p>:) I understand about enjoying varying cuisines though.</p>
<p>I'm adventurous food wise, myself and love seeing people pour their heart into food/the stories behind it. </p>
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Original Post by VirtuosD4rk


<p>In light of all the protests and provocateurs being largely televised, people are willingly ignorant. Some individuals have a difficult time separating themselves from their emotions and biased outside influences. We have well documented history that pertains to some similarities that are happening in modern day. As the saying goes, history is bound to repeat itself. To make a SIMPLER argument, I will explain OLD information as if it were new. Some people may ask, what is sequestration? It’s simply hiding away. <br /><br /></p>
<p>When people do not hide away from biased outside influences, they’re more prone to be influenced. If you turn to an unbiased, objective history book, you’ll learn the naked truth. History is largely based on realism. Most biased sources will tug on heart strings and manipulate participants to their points of view. The Godfather of Modern Marketing, Edward Bernays, warned everyone of this YEARS AGO. He authored many books on Propaganda, Public Relations and Consumerism. Everyone is having an adverse reaction because they respond to what’s in their proximity. TV is the closest thing within the average persons proximity. <br /><br /></p>
<p>The blatant lack of knowledge from certain people is deliberate. Due to that fact, people willingly pick up the remote and turn on the TV. They do not socialize with people beyond their understanding. Studies have shown that people are more prone to only acknowledge people within their social sphere. This is largely in part to social engineering programming people to only stick within certain environments. If people isolated themselves from biases that are easily digestible and play the game of life, they’d regain control of reality. <br /><br /></p>
<p>Here’s a quote from Edward Bernays:</p>
<p>“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an <b>invisible government</b> which is the true ruling power of our country.”</p>

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