Author: Karel Nuks

INTRODUCTION Most people want to belong to the majority when it comes to opinion. Because as is well known, it is risky to stick your head above the ground. “There is safety in numbers”, as the English say. Manipulating public opinion is therefore an excellent means of convincing more and more people of a certain point of view. Even if that is an unvarnished lie as the past years have proven beyond a doubt. That's why a kind of serial about the opinion polls of Een Today. Een Today, an ardent supporter of the Hague regime and that is reflected in the choice…

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INTRODUCTION Within two years, the regime has trampled everything to do with civil liberties down to a vague dream from the distant past. Diaper-wearing cult members of the Holy Corona Church have undergone gene therapy and are participating in a drug experiment whose consequences no one can predict. In the meantime, the regime is throwing the plebs some kibble to show their 'good' side. In that respect, they are no different from husband-slapping guys, child molesters, or the best bank robbers. Hostages, read the majority of the population, see any marginal reduction in pressure on the social context or economy as a gesture…

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INTRODUCTION Within two years, the regime has shattered everything that was dear to us in March 2020. I say 'was still sweet'. Because now the proportion of the population that can still remember what was dear to us has literally been decimated. The slavish, diaper-wearing, docile mob has long forgotten those fundamental values. They cling, as it turns out, in vain to their utterly imaginary saviors. Behind the enormous smoke screen that bore the title of corona pandemic, everything of value has been thoroughly ruined; civil and human rights, education, care, economy, culture, normal human relations. But now that the slate has apparently been wiped clean…

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Introduction Pricked three times and boosted twice just to be sure, people throw themselves onto the terrace, go on holiday, do expensive shopping and buy expensive petrol. 'People' structurally blame the Russians for those high prices. That speaks! For the naive people, 'normal' life resumes its course. At least, that's what they think. Forget it, because the Hague toolbox with all the nonsense rubbish measures is only aside for a while. After the summer, sold together to the EU with the signature of a member of the regime on 23 May, we are really the…

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Introduction The corona hoax seems to be over and the naive people are throwing themselves into apparently normal life. Pricked three times and boosted twice just to be sure, people throw themselves onto the terrace, go on holiday, do expensive shopping and buy expensive petrol. 'People' structurally blame the Russians for those high prices. That speaks! Unfortunately, the Hague's toolbox with all the nonsense rubbish measures is only put aside for a while. After the summer, like a third-rate magician at a children's party, the regime conjures up the next threat with great bravado; the mutated virus.…

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Introduction The corona hoax seems to be over and the people are throwing themselves into normal life. Full terraces, holidays are booked, the groceries are done, the petrol tanks are filled. It is all a lot more expensive but yes, that is because of the Russians of course. The naive people believe that we are done with corona. Unfortunately, the Hague's toolbox with all the nonsense rubbish measures is only put aside for a while. After the summer, like a third-rate magician at a children's party, the regime conjures up the next threat with great bravado; the mutated virus. The huge mountain of released…

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The corona hoax seems to be over and the people are throwing themselves into normal life. Full terraces, holidays are booked, the groceries are done, the petrol tanks are filled, children go to school, no longer working from home. It is all a lot more expensive but yes, that is because of the Russians of course. The naive people believe that we are done with corona. But the Hague toolbox with all the nonsense rubbish measures is only put aside for a while. After the summer, like a third-rate magician at a children's party, the regime conjures up the next threat with great bravado; the mutated virus.…

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In memory of Mr. Pim Fortuyn I hereby publish some of my columns written shortly after the professional liquidation. Pim is dead Nergenshuizen, Sunday 12 May 2002, 6 days after Black Monday. (letter to the House of Representatives) Anger, powerlessness, sadness, a deep black hole. I still cry at the loss of this man. What can I add to all that has already been said; everything has already been said. I can't say anything new. What I can do, in the spirit of Mr Fortuyn, is put forward my opinion. And so I do that…

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I recently read a book in which data collection played a major role. The bottom line? All the data you can think of about your person is stored somewhere. Whether with governments, with companies or both. Much of your data is collected and stored by so-called data miners. Initially, most people think of commercial collectors such as Google, FB, YouTube and more from similar above-the-law companies. They collect data for financial gain by selling it on. They do that via the internet. A very simple form is the advertisements that you see appearing on a website. YOU…

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INTRODUCTION This is the last article in a series of six, published earlier in the late summer of 2020, on the bankruptcy of democracy. Given the recent developments in our country and the far-reaching plans of the current Hague regime, more and more people are waking up. As a truly independent news channel, Commonsensetv, together with dozens of other channels, shows the 'other side of the news'. News not colored by political correctness or political expediency. So if you belong to the category of people looking for the news behind the state-approved 'news', welcome to Commonsensetv! THE BANKRUPTCY OF DEMOCRACY…

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