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  1. It seems like the Simpsons was created specifically to predict the future, like they had the playbook already on hand. Weird stuff.

    With the truckers, they’re being setup just like Jan 6th. I was hoping they would go after the officials, round them up and put them all in jail. I think that’s the only way to stop the nonsense. Now the media will spin it all and the public will believe what the tv tells them.

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    1. The Simpsons was very popular too so they could program millions, billions for decades. I’m going to post about how predictive programming influences the future, it’s like they’re casting a spell, bringing it into reality by putting our attention on it subconsciously.

      I think the truckers will be blamed and they’ll bring out the driverless trucks to replace them. Sad because they’re brave but they’re being manipulated. I think citizens and police must join in to arrest politicians, Fauci, Gates etc. I think it might happen too but it’ll be part of their plan. They can always put in new puppets. The puppeteers are well-protected, much like kings in a chess game. Masons always display the checkerboard.

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      1. Right. It’s the game that needs to end, not just the players. No more central banks, no more tyrants, no more rulers and no more taxes! I say we go back to bartering with chickens. 🙂

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      2. Yes no more banks printing money, no more secret rulers, no more taxes for sure. Bartering is honest and transparent and makes us all learn skills to barter with instead of being clueless consumers.

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    1. Totally, I think they are casting spells by planting suggestions, creating realities. Lots of Trump references like they planned events ahead. I remember watching the episode and thinking it wasn’t funny, just strange.

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      1. Yes, the more I think about that show it’s full of premonitions, so disturbing—not funny. The Halloween treehouse of horror episodes always creeped me out. How does Matt Groening get away with all the weird coincidences?

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      2. When something happens that often it has to be more than pure coincidence. As long as people buy it as entertainment, Matt Groening will continue to get a pass.

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