I call them "conformies" rather than "normies". Their strategy seems to be to conform in order to be seen as "normal".

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Hi Clif: Can you do more podcasts? We Love Them. Thank YOU.....

I communicated with a man on your substack that has been listening

to you since 2004 :-)

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I attempted to donate goods to a local charity (thrift) store but wasn't able to carry them. I was told the only available staff person was "vulnerable" and therefore could not go into any stranger's house. I asked "vulnerable to what?" Answer was "Infection". I pointed at all the donated goods in the store and said "Those all come from strangers' houses". But they were adamant that I had to bring the goods in myself.

Masks have not been compulsory in any local stores for well over a year, but several staff in the supermarkets are still wearing them. "To protect the vulnerable ones at home."

Heaven help us, this drives me bonkers!

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I thought I would pen some practical guidelines for NOT becoming a Normie:

1) Break 'Rules' when desired

2) Color outside of the lines

3) Only have 'Peer to Peer' relationships with all things and all entities - yes, including whoever/whatever you may think is 'God'.

These simple guidelines will help all from straying into Normie land and being a slave.

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So right on! I laughed so hard by reading this. You are brilliant, thank you!!! Humor is necessary in these times. Much love to everybody!

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The Normies in my life exist on a spectrum of normieness. There are those with whom I'm "extra cautious" and careful. They've been rolling their eyes at me for years and long before covid. They somehow missed that trip down the rabbit hole that could have boosted awareness. When my words spark a fear response I can see that it only helps to further galvanize them into their state of mental lockdown. I don't love them any less for this nor will I say I told you so. It's not my job to force anyone into awakening. Since all of my beloved normies are jabbed the grim reaper will be assigned that task.

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Another great article, thanks again for your contribution to society

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I read an article once I think it was written by Quinn. He talked about an experiment somewhere in the Caribbean on an island of monkeys I think they were proboscis or rhesus don’t remember. He talked about the “sentinel monkeys”, the ones that were ostracized, didn’t socially integrate well, hung out on the periphery, didn’t sleep well etc. In the experiment they removed all the sentinel monkeys and within a year of the whole tribe had died.

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This is indeed a very interesting time.

Normie is now nearly synonymous with what we used to consider fringe elements.

Some very left leaning ideas are now mainstream.

And the conservative, right leaning ideas are now counter-culture

It all seems to me to be the polar opposite of the 60's and 70's

It is like the cultural poles reversed themselves

How did this all come to be???

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I have one foot in NormieLand and one foot outside having lived in SF Bay area for 30 years. I'm a retired EE living now in my hometown. I have good friends still trapped in SF and they are not happy or satisfied. Having lived both lives, I find it more satisfying in many aspects of life to live among the herd. As a rule, Normies are mostly immune to the turmoil of the world as their's doesn't change regardless of what happens miles away. Until now. They are realizing the vax was planned and it is affecting many in the herd. They are stunned, betrayed, most in denial. You can expect a Normie revolt, it's gonna happen, I see the signs everyday.

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forget normieland

I am a free ranging nutter. Any "farmer" trying to make me a part of his herd gets the horns.

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Take action to return your state or territory to a Constitutional republican form of government this year 2023. www.orsja.org

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As a "sensitive", an empath, I can confirm that there is something incoming, some new phuckery being rolled out to test the herd. Remain vigilant.

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To all purebloods out there, live long and prosper!

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Reminds me of Bill Hicks closing monologue,

The world is like a ride at an amusement park, and when you choose to go on it, you think it's real, because that's how powerful our minds are.

And the ride goes up and down and round and round and it has thrills and chills and it's very brightly colored and it's very loud.

And it's fun, for a while.

Some people have been on the ride for a long time, and they begin to question: '

Is this real?

Or is this just a ride?' And other people have remembered, and they come back to us and they say '


Don't worry, don't be afraid -- ever -- because...

this is just a ride.' And we kill those people.

Shut him up!

We have a lot invested in this ride!

Shut him up!

Look at my furrows of worry; look at my big bank account, and my family.

This has to be real.' It's just a ride.

But we always kill those good guys who try and tell us that -- ever notice that? -- and we let the demons run amok.

But it doesn't matter, because...

it's just a ride, and we can change it any time we want.

It's only a choice.

No effort.

No worry.

No job.

No savings and money.

Just a choice, right now, between fear and love.

The eyes of fear want you to put bigger locks on your door, buy bigger guns, close yourself off.

The eyes of love, instead, see all of us as one.

Here's what we can do to change the world, right now, into a better ride.

Take all that money we spend on weapons and defense each year and, instead, spend it feeding, clothing and educating the poor of the world, which it would do many times over -- not one human being excluded -- and we can explore space together, both inner and outer, forever.

In peace.

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