Message from Willem Petzer in Willem Petzer Live Chat #info-wars

2018-07-19 18:32:12 UTC  

Yes agreed, i always like to think curiousity is the voice of reason. I'm open minded, and i see your perspective as well. But curiousity still doesn't take away from the fact that our understanding is based on our perception. Since we don't create it, only observe it, we therefore don't create ideas, but instead recognize ideas and willingly serve the good ideas and reject the bad, or ignorantly get enslaved by other ideas, deceptively believing it to be our own for profit most likely... (Those people that let their emotions dictate their reason, and exploit others feelings.)

Ideology is at the core of our ability to reason, curiousity itself is not reason, but it is the means that lead to intellectual stimulation, where as feelings the means of emotional stimulation. Some reason with with their feelings, others feelings dictate their reason. There's only one truth, but many lies.

2018-07-19 18:32:45 UTC  

@Sheamus Can I also just say that in order to be able to reason logically as well as think critically, one needs a baseline of truth - one major proven thing - and from there, all knowledge about the rest of the system can be deduced logically. And that is where the flat earth comes in. The most easily proven conspiracy of all time. Also the biggest.

2018-07-19 18:38:23 UTC  

@Sheamus "Ideology is at the core of our ability to reason". I have to disagree with that one. Ideology is a modern man-made contraption. My reasoning is driven by a thirst for truth. Has been for the last 20 years or so.

2018-07-19 18:41:58 UTC  

Yes, and that truth is an idea none the less. The idea of truth is a concept. And you have a collection or body of concepts that make up your understanding and help you understand how the pieces fit together, and how to interact with the world to get the desired results. This is what ideology is.

How do you define ideology then, if not a set of ideas and principles that influence our understanding and interpretation of our environment and solve our problems?

2018-07-19 18:50:04 UTC  

Correct, however, the nature of reality as we experience it every day is what I'm on about. All my Flat Earth arguments are based in hard science - not ideology. It is all about the Zetetic method of investigation, which is not to try and prove a point, but to examine and test and see what something actually is and how it works. And when you find out what the earth is and how it works, you will start getting an understanding of what a human being actually is. And when we find out exactly & scientifically what this place is and what we are... maybe then we can define our true purpose here on this earth.

2018-07-19 18:58:22 UTC  

I'm not disagreeing with you on that, but your method of science is an idea in itself, it's an idea of how to determine the truth. People can't agree on what the truth is because we can't agree on a means to determine truth, one prefers a method they themselves can apply and witness it for themselves, another prefers the idea that an authority they trust in tells them what the truth is. And this can be broken down into many layers. So as far as ideology goes, its real, it exists, that's what spiritual nature and realm is, that's what drives our cognitive experiences. Ideas really impact experiences and what we call reality.

You can't go and say you have no idea what truth or reality is can you? Let me repeat that. "You can't go and say you have NO IDEA what truth or reality is". You must have an idea, idea is the key-word in ideology.

2018-07-19 19:05:22 UTC  

Does a river need to have the idea of flowing down-hill before actually flowing down-hill? Or does it just do what's in its nature. Things can happen without an idea.

2018-07-19 19:08:21 UTC  

Lol nature is governed by principles, so is the water that flows with the idea of gravity... =)

2018-07-19 19:12:52 UTC  

Ah yes. Nature IS governed by a set of principles. And when you can accurately measure those principles, you may start getting a glimpse into the very nature of man. And isn't that what "Faith" is? An absolute understanding of the nature of your reality and your place in it? See how faith is the same as scientific proof? 😉

2018-07-19 19:14:05 UTC  

I'm out, night all.

2018-07-19 19:16:39 UTC  

Dis jammer

2018-07-19 19:16:54 UTC  


2018-07-19 19:16:59 UTC  

Yes, and faith is in the principles, the idea you've been observing and know to be true. Understanding the idea to the degree that you can explain it confidently. But that's leading into another conversation, let's first find common ground on what ideology is.

2018-07-19 19:17:04 UTC  

Ek het die gesprek nou geniet...

2018-07-19 19:17:52 UTC  

May I ask why it matters?

2018-07-19 19:17:54 UTC  

Jy is welkom in saam in te spring, kop eerste.

2018-07-19 19:19:55 UTC  

Because sharing a common understanding is how we can continue to reason together, and ensure we don't have to wrestle with prejudices trying to distract us. If we can't bother to reason and find common ground, how do we expect to share the same space together?

2018-07-19 19:24:44 UTC  

Idealogy in my view is just one more form of social engineering / manipulation. We need to just be, in stead of trying to be something. Because at some point someone is going to write about about what he thinks we should be. Then for the rest of time everyone else who reads that book is going to try and be like that in-stead of living for themselves. Society as we know it is a gigantic fraud.

2018-07-19 19:27:40 UTC  

What is your opinion on the gold reserve? Do you think governments sold the gold to the aliens?

2018-07-19 19:27:46 UTC  

Okay so you decided to change the definition of ideology then... Based on what? Reason, or feelings... The heart is deceptive and desperately wicked; but who can know it?

Humility is a virtue, pride is a sin. I would suggest you give that some thought. I'm a little tired now, thanks for this, I'll definitely be back for more DeeJay, i enjoy your company.

2018-07-19 19:28:38 UTC  

@Daniebees interesting theory, I heard about it. Care to elaborate...

2018-07-19 19:28:48 UTC  

Same here talk tomorrow. Cheers

2018-07-19 19:28:48 UTC  

Ditsem! @Deejay from Earth, you just advanced to level 6!

2018-07-19 20:17:14 UTC  

@Shiver ooh Thanks man, i actually like ambient music, . Very captivating playing subtly in the background. Can understand the purpose of the imagery too, captivating music with a captivating scene, conveniently a bad ass looking space pilot in an awesome looking roadster. Can entertain myself into that scenery with simple justifications, allows me to immerse myself into that idea.

2018-07-19 20:17:14 UTC  

Ditsem! @Sheamus, you just advanced to level 4!

2018-07-19 20:48:00 UTC

2018-07-19 20:58:24 UTC  

How do you even like something on this thread? That made me chuckle, haven't seen that one yet. 😂

2018-07-19 21:05:33 UTC

2018-07-19 21:07:05 UTC  

I just saw that one in the memes group, thanks for providing the chuckles 😆

2018-07-19 23:36:48 UTC  

So I've been curious for a while, where did the DA get all their funding from? Hmmmm I wonder where they bought those desalination plants from <:GWseremePeepoThink:402867838580293643>

2018-07-20 04:25:14 UTC  

@Sheamus Morning. You were right last night, I was drifting a bit with regards to the ideology topic, I will try to explain why I drifted.
I believe the human experience in this Realm / Enclosed System / Bio-Dome was never intended to be experienced by large collectives of people who share the same ideology.
When two or more groups with opposing ideologies starts living too close to each other, or their ideology starts offending the other group's ideology, the only thing that their respective and opposing ideologies can create is division and conflict between the groups. Divide and Conquer 101.
We all may believe in roughly the same things, but our path to the conclusions and the knowledge can never ever be one hundred percent similar as we are all living and learning life though our own personalised life experiences. Which may very well be the entire point of being here in the first place.
In summary then to my mind the human experience is absolutely unique to the individual, and life was never meant to be lived as a large collective. Therefore, I can't really get a handle on why ideology is important.
I hope that makes sense.
I would like to suggest a topic for tonight, yes, I have some info on the subject matter people may or may not find interesting.
Open question for <#469490581899575297>... for discussion after graft today.


What is Spirituality?

2018-07-20 05:48:28 UTC  

@Deejay van die Plat Aarde and a good morning to you too. Will see you around this evening, and participate with you on the topic. Looking forward to it 🙂

2018-07-20 06:35:27 UTC  

@Sheamus Excellent. 👍

2018-07-20 11:11:25 UTC  

@Arcade_Hustle just to point out that you promote reformist judaism and @HoppeanSnake_ZA says he has no problem with non talmudic jews. I assume that reformist judaism is like reformation christiantiy which was goin gback to the teachings and away from the captured institution of (cough) satanists

2018-07-20 11:13:16 UTC  

Talmudic Judaism is objectively a religion of pedophiles. Ever wonder why Israel is haven for child rapists?

2018-07-20 11:13:43 UTC  

Also its vehemently anti white

2018-07-20 11:13:56 UTC  

the specifics of the evil aren't super important to me, to me the important thing is that there is a valid religion that has been captured by evil

2018-07-20 11:14:16 UTC  

like christianity with the catholic church I think

2018-07-20 11:14:33 UTC  

where they follow a bunch of 'add on' books