Sexual Suppression and Repression I: Definition and Origin

The suppression and repression of our sexuality is one of the biggest problems humankind is currently suffering from. According to my research we’ve been dealing with this problem for many thousands of years now. The root cause of most of the problems — even the seemingly unrelated ones — that we’re dealing with in societies around the world can be traced back to sexual suppression and repression.

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Credo Mutwa on the Division between Men and Women

In an interview by David Icke a few years ago Credo Mutwa shared some very interesting ancient African knowledge that got passed on to him. Among other things, he tells the story about how men and women were divided, conquered and enslaved many thousands of years ago by technologically advanced extraterrestrial beings.

You can watch part of the interview in the above video, which is an excerpt from a much longer video titled “The Reptilian Agenda Part One: David Icke talks to Credo Mutwa” published by Bridge of Love Publications.

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Model Photo Shoot: Zurina Williams

A few weeks ago I did a photo shoot involving a very pretty young lady named Zurina Williams. This time the theme was ‘faux freckles’, meaning that freckles were drawn onto the face of the model by the makeup artist, in this case the talented Tanielle Seauw. We did two looks; the first one a ‘natural’ look and then after that a more colorful version with heavier makeup. The focus was on taking portraits showing off the creative talent of the makeup artist. Towards the end I also briefly brought in my Guy Fawkes masks since the model is a fan of Anonymous (as am I).

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Ronald Bernard Exposes the Zionist Financial (Banking) Elite

Coöperatie De Vrije Media recently published an interview with Ronald Bernard, a former insider working in the financial sector, exposing some of the inner workings at the top of the system. Bernard, one of the founders of De Blije B, worked for many years in the financial sector having his own company specializing in asset management, currency trade and deposits. As he grew and climbed the ladder to the top he eventually found himself at the center of the big cash flows in the industry. That gave him insight into how the world really works behind the scenes. If you’re familiar with the popular adage “follow the money,” you know that by following cash flows you can get to know a lot about who is influencing, supporting or financing everything in the world.

Bernard was able to see, for example, that intelligence agencies and governments were financing terrorist organizations, and eventually had to conclude that intelligence agencies and governments are themselves criminal organizations — something I concluded myself based on my own reasoning and research. He also gives examples of how intelligence agencies and governments launder money that they obtained from illegal practices by converting and investing it into different assets (which is what Bernard specialized in). This is probably one of the reasons why the USA’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (through their venture capital companies such as In-Q-Tel) was one of the early investors in Google as I wrote about a while back. All the money that the CIA is making in the illegal drug and weapons trade has to be laundered in some way to get back into the legal circuit, and this is one of the ways in which they manage that.

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The Sony α9: Canon, patience is running out

The first camera I ever bought was the Sony Cybershot DSC-F717. That’s when I first had enough money to be able to afford my very own digital camera and really take up photography as a hobby. At a price of around 1000 USD it wasn’t exactly cheap either and it was definitely more of a prosumer camera. Soon after that I upgraded to the newer model, the Sony Cybershot DSC-F828, and after that the Sony Cybershot DSC-R1.

I shot my first small paid assignments with the Sony DSC-R1. It was an awesome camera — the first fixed-lens camera to feature a large CMOS sensor with live preview. In an older post from 2007 I had already described what I liked so much about this camera. Specifically the live preview and electronic viewfinder simulating the exact exposure before you took the shot, the fact that you could focus anywhere on the screen by moving the autofocus point around with the joystick button, and the articulating LCD screen that made it possible to take pictures from very difficult angles and positions. In fact I very rarely used the viewfinder and preferred working with the LCD screen, because it was also more comfortable that way and made it easier to communicate with people when shooting portraits.

However, as I grew as a photographer the relatively slow speed (slow contrast detect AF and small buffer and write speed) of the DSC-R1 started to become a limiting factor. In addition I wanted to be able to use different lenses. But at that time Sony hadn’t gotten into the DSLR business yet (it would take a while before they bought Konica/Minolta and started offering DSLRs), so there were no other options for me than to look at Canon or Nikon as an alternative.

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Choose Pussy over Pain

Cidny G. Green published a video on Vimeo where she discusses the problem of sexual suppression and repression on social media these days, making many good points. I highly recommend watching it. She does a very good job of exposing the double standards and the hypocrisy in societies around the world when it comes to (female) sexuality. What triggered Green to make this video was her Instagram account being deleted because she had posted an image containing nudity which violated their guidelines.

I admire Green’s courage and enjoyed her good sense of humor. Actions such as Green’s will help a great deal with exposing the bullshit and hypocrisy surrounding human sexuality in societies around the world; it all needs to end as soon as possible.

In the past I had already posted specifically about Facebook’s hypocritical policies with regard to female nipples and nudity. I’ll have much more to say about this in the near future.

Messages from the Universe – Part 3

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Continuing where I left off in the previous post in this series, in the months following that post, I experienced what I can only describe as an onslaught of the numbers 3, 6 and 9 in various combinations of 3 digits. It seemed as though the timing in so many events in my life were synchronized according to those numbers. Every time something significant happened I’d look at my phone and the time would be a combination of 3, 6 and 9 (e.g. 9:36, 6:39, 3:33 etc.). And the meaning of those number combinations would completely make sense in the context of what I was experiencing then, to the point of providing exact guidance on what I needed to do.

And this is still going on today, but the events related to the above image just completely blew me away.

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Model Photo Shoot: Daryola Brandon

I did a photo shoot a few weeks ago for a beautiful young lady named Daryola Brandon. For this session we first went for a ‘natural’ look and after that a look with some heavier makeup. The focus was on taking portraits, although towards the end I also quickly took some other types of shots. I used this opportunity to experiment a little with the lighting, trying a number of different settings and positions to get a more dramatic look. The makeup was done by the talented Tanielle Seauw.

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Hellstorm: The Genocide of Germany by the Common Enemy

Change your plans for this evening, because this is a documentary you have to see. Yesterday I saw another amazing documentary titled “Hellstorm” made by Kyle Hunt, and based on the book “Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947” by Thomas Goodrich. You can watch it for free on Vimeo (embedded below), but you can also order DVDs from the official website. If those options don’t work, look for a torrent here.

Not surprisingly, this documentary has consistently been censored on YouTube ever since its release in 2015. I was able to find some German translations when I searched YouTube last night, but the official English version has been taken down.

This documentary is an excellent companion to another great documentary on the same subject titled “Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story NEVER Told” (TGSNT) which I blogged about in the past.

A screenshot from “Hellstorm”

As they often say, history is written by the victors, and this is most certainly the case here. For many years we’ve been fed a completely fabricated and false version of what actually happened during World War II. We’ve been conditioned into believing that Hitler and Germany were the problem, when in actual fact they were the victims. They were the victims of great evil that still has the world enslaved today as I mentioned before. This evil is the “common enemy” as mentioned in the title of the above video on Vimeo, “international Jewry” as Hitler often called them, or the Zionist financial and banking elite as I usually like to refer to them.

After watching this documentary, you’ll realize that the ethnic cleansing and genocide happening in Palestine these days is simply business as usual for these people. In fact, together with TGSNT, this documentary will help you better understand much of what’s going on in the world today. Check it out ASAP!

About the voice-over for my website intro

When I started working on the intro for my new website in late 2015 I knew I would eventually want some voice-over to go along with the titles appearing on screen. I had looked online for voice talent on websites like voices.com, and had found a few people that had the type of voice I was looking for. One of them — my first choice — was L. Harvey Gold.

Seeing his client list however (National Geographic, Discovery Channel, ESPN, Toyota, Super Bowl etc.), and judging by the awesomeness of his voice, I doubted that I would be able to afford him. I went back to focusing and working on the technical parts of the intro and it wouldn’t be until months later, by the end of 2016, when I would consider adding a voice-over again. At that time I had much of the intro sequence working with the titles appearing on screen.

After much hesitation I decided to send an email to Harvey just to see what it would cost if he would do a voice-over for me. I totally expected it to be way above what I could afford, but my intuition told me,  and kept nagging me, to go ahead and try anyway. So I sent an email on December 25th 2016 — the first day of Christmas — inquiring about the costs.

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