Doom & Gloom

Ukpoohbear

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Current feels:

(Mods: as you can see, I edited some of the naked body parts to fit the rules of the forum against nudity).

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Ukpoohbear

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I’ve probably already posted this same meme a few pages back, as I come across it everyone so often, but I just have it post it again because it’s so me 🙈🙊

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Humanitarian

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It's about Ascension! You can't get more 5D than that. And, it's about how to navigate in a hostile environment without falling prey to it. I especially liked the part about treating the soulless humans with respect and dignity, instead of it being about confrontation.

If there aren't really "soulless" people, just people who are in a hypnotic state of existence where they can't relate to their soul-energy, so much the better. It works either way. They would theoretically be able to become unhypnotized, and make the matrix less of a downer.
I treat soulless people with respect, but I don't want to have anything to do with them at all, but I just love them. Just love is already love, no need to compromise with them at all to be in order for me to love these people
 

Ukpoohbear

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Rishi Sunak, the current UK Prime Minster, apparently, yesterday announced that, by the end of the year, the American XL Bully Breed will be banned. First, they need to define the breed, because it is actually a mongrol mix of many different types of dogs, with the main part being the already banned Pitbull breed.

My first knee-jerk reaction was in total agreement with the ban, and I think it still is this same opinion tbh. Although, after listening to an interview by a responsible American XL Bully owner, his logic was undeniable, that it is the human holding the lead who is causing the problems.

Here is the interview here:


There have been A LOT of dog attacks in the UK, a lot of them fatal. Just a couple of days ago, a man was mauled to death by two XL Bully’s, who had ran into his Gran’s garden and mauled him so badly, he lay unconscious in just his boxer shorts, despite a few men spending 20 mins hitting the dogs to get them off him.

In my opinion, as much as I don’t want to demonise an animal, however, I think the sheer strength of an animal like that, should not be roaming the streets. A predator’s instinct is to kill, and nothing will change that, but human’s need the upper hand. For eg, if a poodle went to attack me, I will win that fight, but if a XL went to attack me, I would lose.

All these XL Bully owner’s coming out and complaining on social media, and posting photos of their beloved XL dogs sitting next to their small children and looking very loved and gentle - I understand they love their dogs. But they need to understand, that sentimental value is all very well and good, and even that man on the interview is right, it is the owner’s responsibility too, but nevertheless, there will always be an irresponsible owner that exists, or a dog who steps out of line every once in a while, and when that moment happens, the odds should always be in the human’s favour to win. Therefore, I completely agree that all dogs that are aggressive by history of breed or however you define it, should be banned.

I personally have seen a few XL Bully’s recently in my town. One man was drunk and his dog was not on a lead. He was walking past my living room window. The dog was perfectly well behaved and calmly, loyally, walking next to him. But still, not on a lead and its owner was drunk. Another, I saw an old friend and I said hi but crossed the road and said I can’t stop to talk. His dog was on a lead and well behaved, but I was not going up to a XL Bully.

I’m thinking of what type of weapon I will need tbh. I don’t want to start carrying a knife, but I am currently thinking of a ‘game plan’ that I can have, so if a dog attacks me, I can just kill it.

This is coming from a Vegan but I’m not an overly sentimental Vegan, like those stupid dog owner’s who love their dogs. I just see the reality of the danger.

I will update if I think up a game plan. I know that, just like sharks, your best bet is to act as alpha as you can basically (eye contact, body language etc) you would need to kick your leg out, shout really loud and ***** it down. But let’s be real, grown men are being mauled to death here. You’re lucky if you get a chance to show a dog you’re the alpha before it attacks you. Jumping up on a car to create distance via height is a good idea, but that’s circumstantial. I’ve seen videos of grown men running away from XL bully’s and a grown man falling and losing his balance. I would not stand a chance. I need a game plan and a weapon.

I know this sounds fearful, and it is. I’m genuinely scared.

I will update if my views change on this because I don’t want to demonise one breed of dog, and I’m not, I’m saying any animal that is aggressive by breed and stronger than a human, should not be a pet. I feel sorry for the dog’s who are those type of breed but are by nature non-aggressive, it’s not their fault they’re stronger than me. But the reality is, they are, and that’s enough reason why they should not be allowed to be bred into existence.

PETA, and other pet organisations, are disagreeing with the banned dog breed legislation, by saying it does not solve the problem or stop dog attacks, and fair enough, but I still want to put my foot down and say, I do not want any animal that is stronger than me walking in my space.

It is the human’s fault for breeding animal’s to fit their requirements in the first place - from cow’s that produce more meat and milk, to chickens that are over-fed and over-bred to the point they cannot stand up straight. Even my two Ragdoll cats who have been bred to be as placid as possible, to the point my dear old cat Teddy is difficult to look after. I love him very much btw.

Human’s playing God, it is human’s fault! But what now! I do not want to be in danger.

You know, sometimes I really dislike the human race just by the sheer arrogance and stupidity of us. The world is a difficult place to survive because people are so ignorant and stupid. I bloody hate the human as a race. The world is a hard place to survive BECAUSE OF US AND WE ARE A STUPID RACE.

HUMAN’S ARE ******* STUPID MORON’S I DONT WANT TO BE HERE.
 
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Ukpoohbear

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Oh yeah, and if you do happen to watch the video link I posted above, just look at the dead-pan and monotone speech Rishi Sunak gives. He’s a ******* plonker. Rich Tory spoilt ignorant ******* who is so disconnected from reality he looks and sounds like a bloody robot.
 

Ukpoohbear

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To all animals: I am sorry. I am so sorry that you have to put up with us. We are all so very ******* stupid. I am so sorry you have to put up with our mistakes. I plead with you to hear my apology. I am sorry on behalf of all humanity.
 

Ukpoohbear

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This is the video I was referring to, when I mentioned about a video of a grown man running from an XL Bully dog but then tripping and falling.

(Don’t worry, it’s not gruesome to watch).

The video shows footage from multiple angles, as a few men run towards a petrol station. One seems to lag behind, panic, then trip, and the dog manages to grab his leg.

The video then changes to different angles at the petrol station as you see the man run away again and falling and getting bit again, until another man whacks the dog with a stick and it runs off.

I am going to discuss what I would have wanted to happen in the video, baring in mind that, of course, hindsight is a wonderful thing! I have had time to reflect on the footage, whereas these men had to make quick decisions, but unfortunately, if they were somehow more prepared, they did not have to be so vulnerable.

First, for some context, the reason the XL Bully dog is chasing them is because, just a few minutes earlier, an 11 year old girl had been walking past a bus stop, where the owner and his XL were sitting. She said she made eye contact with the dog and it just lunged at her. Many are blaming the recent heat wave for the increase in dog aggression.

Luckily, the girl is released from the dog within a few minutes by some passer-by men, who then run away towards the petrol station when the dog turns on them.

This is where the footage begins.

Instead of all running away, and making the poor guy that tripped weak, they all could have stopped running, and faced the dog as a group, and kicked it down until it realised the threat was reversed.

Secondly, the poor scared guy, misses his chance to jump up on multiple cars. I understand he was being chased and attacked, but that was another missed opportunity for safety.

The dog quickly runs away, as soon as a man hits it with what looks like something like a cricket bat, showing that, if all the men had just stood their ground together, the dog would have quickly become submissive.

This reiterates the nature of predator’s and the importance of understanding how a mind like that works. We are not always going to be strong enough to win alone, and it is so nice to see footage of human’s running in to help a member of the public who is being attacked. I just think we need a game plan of how to deal with an emergency situation like this.

Also, the guy who was being chased, did really well. You can see him stop running once he is cornered, then kicking at the dog, which is exactly what he should have done to ***** it down. Then, when the other guy at the same time hits the dog with the stick, it quickly retreats. This is because both men acted like predator’s instead of prey and the dog knew the balance of power had switched.

And oh yeah, the group of men did not have time to understand that they should have grouped together. However, if public awareness is given out about this being a good tactic, then it will instil it in the mind’s of the public so they are ready and know what to do. However, I have to say, the men did brilliantly considering the quick circumstances.

The girl was ok btw, she had bad injuries to her arm and shoulder but the dog was pulled off of her after a couple of minutes.

It is also worth mentioning, the girl said the owner did nothing to help. He apparently just stood by and watched as stranger’s tried to intervene. Again, this shows human dog ownership stupidity.

This is helping me realise that public awareness of how to defend ourselves in public is better than just reporting and generating fear and panic.

It also has helped me to understand the frame of mind of the dog. You can see its tail wagging a little bit. It was just having fun by expressing its natural predatory nature. Due to the recent heat wave, the dog’s true nature emerged, just because it was frustrated, and it needed a release. Still very dangerous, but not evil.

 
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Ukpoohbear

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Btw, it’s not just about dogs, or sharks, or predatory animal’s in general. It is about understanding we are surrounded by predator’s in human’s too. If this was taught in school, not to spread fear but awareness and skill, the world would be a more street-wise and safer place.

But hey, what are we taught in school’s instead? Yes sir, no sir, 3 bag’s full, sir.
 

Ukpoohbear

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Is this not evidence that we are taught how to be subdued in school’s? How to become profitable? At the expense of our own safety?

When the balance of power switches, and it will, those responsible for this spell and control they have manipulated upon us, are in deep ****. It’s laughable. I cannot wait for the day of reckoning.
 

david starling

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Here's a cynical joke (you may have already heard) -

Two men are in the woods, when a bear begins growling and looking like it's going to attack. "Oh no", says one man to the other, "We'll never be able to out run it!"

The other man replies, "Well I'm not worried. I know for sure I can out run you!"
 

Humanitarian

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Is this not evidence that we are taught how to be subdued in school’s? How to become profitable? At the expense of our own safety?

When the balance of power switches, and it will, those responsible for this spell and control they have manipulated upon us, are in deep ****. It’s laughable. I cannot wait for the day of reckoning.
We need this a lot! Aquarian Age is pretty close to us now, so this switching of the power balance will be closer than ever!
 

Ukpoohbear

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Here's a cynical joke (you may have already heard) -

Two men are in the woods, when a bear begins growling and looking like it's going to attack. "Oh no", says one man to the other, "We'll never be able to out run it!"

The other man replies, "Well I'm not worried. I know for sure I can out run you!"

An oldie but a goldie!

This is also a good metaphor for life, because many people behaves like the other man does because secretly they are afraid of death.

On a brighter note, I’ve seen a couple of videos of people confronting bears. One man makes a split second decision to charge at it to save his little dog :) (looks like you have to click the ‘watch on YouTube’ link to watch it though :/



A teenager does the same thing to save her dog too :)

 

Ukpoohbear

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We need this a lot! Aquarian Age is pretty close to us now, so this switching of the power balance will be closer than ever!

It will not happen in our life time though.

And I have a feeling I will be reincarnated at least once more during this Age of Saturn because I will have more karma left to sort out still.
 

Ukpoohbear

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It felt good ranting yesterday btw. It was like I was channeling my inner XL Bully and through this process, was able to understand how this breed of dog feels too.

ANGER - is a healthy emotion to express. We are conditioned from childhood, and in school, to be productive and good but inside, our inner dragon needs to express itself.

From a Jungian perspective, maybe that is why there have been so many dog attacks recently, because the shadow side of society needs to express it self. What have we been bottling up and trying to keep down, so we can continue with our 3D tasks? The XL Bully dog attacks reminds us that the mundane nature of 3D reality is not all that exists.
 
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