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View Poll Results: Will pledge to deJew your life by getting rid of TV?
Yes I will unsubscribe cable/statellite altogether and not watch TV at all. 45 40.54%
Yes, by going to the minimum or getting rid of cable/satellite, and avoiding TV watching as much as possible. 42 37.84%
No, but I will think about it. I have reasons why not. (please describe) 18 16.22%
No, I am already enslaved to the One-Eyed-Jew "TV" and now my brain is mush. 6 5.41%
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Old September 11th, 2005 #41
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I have not watched television in a long time. I don't miss it. I do have one and watch some movies on DVD, such as : The Good, The Bad, The Ugly; Patriot (Gibson), The Village. I try to stay away from the average jewmovie and stick with DVDs of early television (Andy Griffith Show) or movies that are White neutral or proWhite.
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Old September 18th, 2005 #42
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I want to know who will join me in de-Jewing their life by limiting or getting rid of TV in their house.
I'm 3 years ahead of you.

I was disgusted by TV way before I started educating myself in the White Nationalist doctrine...of sorts. I stopped watching it all together by 2002.

It must have been all those ww2 documentaries after 9-11 that did it. Their propaganda is so blatant and simple, very slander based... that it eventually will turn some of their subjects against the thoughts they're trying to install.



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I have done this to some extent
Just stop. Cold turkey. Once you stop you'll never have any desire to go back.

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No cable means more money at the end of the month. You win both ways.
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Old September 22nd, 2005 #43
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Stick to Turner Classic Movies for your movie fix and educational programs. Positive educational programs are better than watching the latest DVD flick from your local blockbuster.
Yup. Turner Movie Classics are highly recommended. Uncut, commercial-free jewish Hollywood propaganda!

LOL. Just kidding. TCM shows some great movies. They had a John Ford series that was just fantastic.
 
Old September 23rd, 2005 #44
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My Tel-Aviv-Vision was killed three years ago.

Lmfao. Tel-Aviv-Vision. Gonna have to steal that one.

As for the original topic, I just got a service that's just like satellite, so now I can choose what I want to watch, instead of only being stuck with default shitty cable stations. Which produce the most venomous jew poison than any other stations, IMO.

I got a Western channel that shows Western Cowboy movies all day and night.

National Geographic channel isn't so bad, either.

Plus I like watching reruns of the old Twilight Zone... sue me.

I suppose I'm not completely protected from TV, but there's always ways to block out channels you don't want.
 
Old September 23rd, 2005 #45
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I quit watching television in about 1988 or '89 until this past June or July when I went out and bought a tv and dvd player. I don't have cable or a dish, so I don't watch tv per se. I just use the dvd player mainly for educational purposes and the odd music disc that won't play in my cd player (cd-rw's & such). Now that I think of it, I haven't even turned the tv on in almost 2 months.
 
Old October 3rd, 2005 #46
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I turned off cable a few years ago when we were down on our luck, it was like a shock not being able to watch TV, it surprised us how much control it had over our daily lives. "Oh, we need to get home so and so is on", things like that. And the laugh tracks, you don't notice them when you're addicted to TV, but if you go into a store that's showing a sitcom and you hear it in the background, they're really annoying. So not only is the program dictating what your eyes see, but also when to laugh, and how hard to laugh, when to feel bad, when to feel good etc.

Well, after things picked up for us again we never had it turned back on, as we got used to not having it. We mostly watch movies now and then and read a lot of books, we use rabbit ears to watch the news during storms as we live in tornado alley.

It was kind of funny calling them up to have it disconnected, the lady on the other end acted like we were insane, like she couldn't fathom the idea of people living without cable. People act like cable is as important as your gas, electric or food bill, like it's a necessity.
 
Old October 4th, 2005 #47
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Television can be harmful or usefull, depending on what you do with it. Compare it with a revolver. You could either defend your home with it or point it at your own head.
Most of the news I post here comes from the telly
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Television can be harmful or usefull, depending on what you do with it. Compare it with a revolver. You could either defend your home with it or point it at your own head.
Most of the news I post here comes from the telly
Yep. I just bought a bunch of dvd's of lectures from some of America's top rated professors. It's fantastic stuff. I tend to knock tv programming, but there are a few good things out there. I just don't have the patience to try to find the few good programs. Usually, when I think there's something interesting on, it turns out to be some vacuous filler used as a prop for the commercial adverisements.
 
Old October 5th, 2005 #49
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PBS used to be a good channel, when the ZOG stuff gets filtered through a WN mind.
You might want to get a sattelite dish to receive worldwide English language channels
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Old October 5th, 2005 #50
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You're right about PBS, or what it used to be, anyway. I remember, as a kid back in the '80's, I got an odd enjoyment watching those strange low budget shows that came on in the middle of the day. The insipid documentaries on manufacturing plants (oil refineries, shoe factories, and shit like that) or about how cafeteria kitchens are run (with the fat ladies and their great big mixing bowls filled with slop); always with the same deadpan-voiced narrator who must have gulped 5 espressos to get through the day's reading. Guy must have made a mint!

Anyway, these were the shows you were forced to sit through in public school and it really sucked. But it was different at home. I guess because you didn't have to sit through it. I could just sit there with a popcicle and soda and just fucking zone out for an hour.

There was also the amazing painter, Bob Ross; the mellow white guy with the afro who could paint a country scene in 25 minutes that you'd think he spent a month on. Talk about something to zone out on!

But I don't watch it any more. I'm too afraid to look for fear that I'll throw the fucking set out the window.

Can't afford the dish. Strapped for cash at the moment. I don't care. I read more than anything.
 
Old October 5th, 2005 #51
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I just said in YJ's thread, about Commander in Chief, that I don't watch that nigger bullshit tv. Their "suggestions & corraling" are so obvious, once you remove yourself from the jew beast's clutches, you shudder with gratitude for being free of those monsters.

Joe asshole sixpack & Freddy the porn watching fist fucker are our biggest disappointments. If they wake up, we got us a contest.
 
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You might want to get a sattelite dish to receive worldwide English language channels
I've been posting on the UK forum a little. Sid posted a thread about a comedian named Ronnie Barker who just died. I'd never heard of him before or his sitcom Porridge, but it sounds fantastic. I'm going to try to get the series on dvd (it exists in England). I was told that it's been televised here in U. S. with the niggerized title "Doing Time". The English have the best sense of humor!
 
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Some of the best lines I've ever heard were from the House of Parliament, as Margaret Thatcher was bearing the brunt of endless jokes from fellow male parliamentarians.
They would broadcast these sessions, evenings, as I was living in London. I wish I could get these priceless recordings
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Old October 20th, 2005 #54
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I cannot bear to watch television. There is no excuse for it.
 
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This is an awesome thread you've made Kind Lampshade Maker. However, does downloading certain TV shows (not gay sitcom trash) and movies to watch once in a while on your computer count? I don't have an actual TV and therefore I also don't get to see commercials since they are edited out from pirated thigns on p2p networks.
 
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This is an awesome thread you've made Kind Lampshade Maker.

Didn't AE the moderator start this thread? He's not even one of my sock puppets. Therefore, I can't get accused of starting this thread.
As far as extracting TV broadcasts using a computer, that's more expensive than owning a TV itself.
We have a TV which the ollady's addicted to. But, I only watch what's useful. Which doesn't include Batman reruns. I don't think it's that hard to discipline one's self accordingly
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Old October 30th, 2005 #57
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I suppose this is a picture of you taking a spin around town?

 
Old October 30th, 2005 #58
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I was running an acetone mixture, in that one. Despite the poor aerodynamics, I managed to sqeeeze out 3mpg more(!) out of the old heap. I kept acetone as a fuel additive a secret, since then, since Jed got us rich on oil
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Old November 2nd, 2005 #59
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PBS used to be a good channel, when the ZOG stuff gets filtered through a WN mind.
You might want to get a sattelite dish to receive worldwide English language channels
I saw a PBS item on Reconstruction, and yes, if you can read between the lines they still put on some good programs. It's a net minus for us however, because we have a specialized education in detecting Jewish tricks which the overwhelming majority of people do not have.

But, make no mistake: even a White Nationalist can be "conditioned" in Jewish ways by watching TV. You need to STOP WATCHING THIS to regain your control over your own brain. There are subtle cues and visual and linguistic tactics employed by the Jews in crafting advertising and other programming which conditions your UNCONSCIOUS regardless of how you may "resist" with your consciousness. You MUST stop watching TV as a habit and either get rid of it entirely or make it the exception not the rule.
 
Old November 14th, 2005 #60
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I've been watching less and less jew-v for years. I was very selective, watching old, mostly pre-jewed movies and the country music channel and a little golf. I'd still get irritated as hell by the genocidal anti-white commercials. So two months ago, I cancelled my cable subscription and ended the irritation altogether. Instead of jew-v, I've increased my book reading (I've got a personal library of hundreds of books). In my jew-v days, I didn't find time for fiction any more. Now I'm re-reading old classics, along with non-fiction. What a pleasure.
 
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