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    Empirical Fundamentalist:
    The most revealing video I've seen today.

    They feel that a hard day busting other
    people for breaking the law justifies them
    breaking it themselves!

    That's not just Hypocrisy. It's full on Fascism.

    https://twitter.com/EFundamentalist/...770530817?s=19

    Dr. Zelenko: Steps can be taken to reduce deadliness of COVID-19 | One America News Network

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin UK View Post
    Have you deleted your Twitter account Rip? I’m off all social media but just kept Twitter because I liked to follow Taleb but I’m thinking of leaving the platform due to recent events. If I had more balls I’d leave YouTube too but it’s just too damn useful at the moment.
    I have deleted both FB and Twitter. Fuck these people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wal View Post
    Does Nancy realize that other nations would like to know that the US would loose its first strike capability? You sure have some crazy folk in the House.
    I doubt she knows much of anything (youíve got to sign it to know whatís in it). None the less, ignorance of classified information does not forgive a violation.

    What Pelosi did blatantly countermands our strategic doctrine. It is clearly a grave security violation.

    Almost canít find it in the news. Typical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Rowe View Post
    Good morning, friends. I hope you all slept well. I hope everyone learned two important lessons last night even though they're cliches in military circles:

    1. If things are going well... you're walking into an ambush.

    2. If your enemy seeks to provoke you... don't let them.

    I've had an itch between my shoulder blades about all of this for a while, and a good bit was justified last night. Important things are to remain calm, skeptical and flexible in your thinking. Things may be clarified some, but our understanding will remain relatively muddy and the situation will unfold no slower for it. Misinformation and disinformation are expected and normal -- get used to it.

    Count yourselves lucky or thank God you have been given some mental resilience from time spent under a heavy bar. While perhaps not as thorough as the stress innoculation of boot camp, it will prove to be invaluable I'm the coming days and years. This was never going to be over quickly or easily, and victory is never guaranteed. If you faltered last night, as I did for a moment, then get up. It was just a failed rep.
    I appreciate and carefully consider your guidance during this time. I hope you'll continue to post. I'm spending more time outside and less time reading now because I've already thought through the possibilities.

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    Jan 8th - Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney provides insight on everything

    Interesting 12 minutes. Towards the end, he claims Pelosi's laptop was taken by special forces during the "riot", and that's why she's now obsessed with impeaching POTUS with 2 weeks left in his term.

    They are terrified Trump is going to declass / publish EVERYTHING. I think we can all agree, they are going to ruin his life. Thus, he has no choice. Even the forum Hag will agree with this.

    In the meantime, anyone who supports the Constitution will be smeared via non-stop false flags pinned on constitutionalists. You actually believe those rebel flags at the Capital were held by genuine MAGA people? We're going to be rebranded much like the Rebel Flag was after the civil war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
    Pelosi consulted with the chairman of the joint chiefs about preventing the president from authorizing use of nuclear weapons.

    I am the most rational person on this board but isnít that unconstitutional? Treasonous? Something?
    She does seem exceptionally nervous. It looks to me like she can barely contain herself while speaking. Another interesting event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I have deleted both FB and Twitter. Fuck these people.
    Parlor, Gab and Rumble... until they are blocked.

    I wonder when AT&T, Verizon, Comcast ect... start to block websites? Parlor is on the Amazon cloud they could be taken ofline at anytime.

    Rush Limbaugh shut down his Twitter. Apple and Google took Parlor off the app stores. The storm is coming, I hope everyone is stocked up on oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I have deleted both FB and Twitter. Fuck these people.
    Fuck them and all their sanity.

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    Lin Wood echoed:
    Concerned patriot father of five:
    Doesnít anyone see that what happened Jan 6, eerily similar to what happen to the Reichstag in 1933 when Hitler and the SS burnt the building down but blamed it on the communist? It was done to eliminate their enemy and history is repeating itself, AOC calling for concentration camps, media calling for Trump and his family to be banded from having any voice? Donít let MSM fool you this all is straight out of the communist and Nazis play book if we donít wake up history is repeating itself right before our eyes, Hitler was never elected in either his leading Germany should have never happened in the beginning, he had a following but not completely in the beginning.

    @Concernedpatriotfatheroffive - Concernedpatriotfatheroffive - Doesn’t anyone see that what happened Jan 6,...

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    Quote Originally Posted by old guy View Post
    Fuck them and all their sanity.
    Old guy is losing his shit. Pray for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post

    Ouch, Hag. At least some of that post sounded pretty sensible.
    Looks like I was typing a little hot. sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    The biggest difference between us may be your insistence that the wealthy or powerful are inherently bad people; That nobody deserves to be elevated for their talents and efforts.
    I don’t think they’re inherently bad people, but I do think that power corrupts, making it necessary for the well-being of human civilization for us to be equipped to impose our will on the most powerful among us if push comes to shove. In the modern era, the nearest we have been able to get to this is representative democracy, of which the American Republic is emblematic. In the past, the people have endured great pain during periods where power was concentrated in unaccountable hands; specters of nineteenth-century orphans tyrannized on factory floors, their youth and vim callously vampirized by the malefactors of the day, are still rightfully haunting the country’s regulatory apparatus in the form of human rights commitments and labor laws. What you fail to understand is that the men who brought the enslavement of orphans into the midst of our community did not merely disappear. It took better men, men who had the strength to channel the will of the moral majority, to pass the bills that finally divested them of their ill-deserved power.

    How can you look and not see the need for similar action, here? How can you look at the United States Government, in the aftermath of all of this, and say “Gee, I’m sure glad we kept our government small, weak and decentralized!” Yngvi… the fucking PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES just got deprived of his primary means of communication with the public at large by a guy whose claim to legitimacy as steward of major cultural institutions is that he invented a computer application for kids to e-mail emojis to one another (Jack). Access to one of the only platforms large and familiar enough to serve as an alternative for Trump to communicate with the people he APPARENTLY governs over is being dangled above his head, just outside his grasp, as a big brother teasing his sibling over a piece of candy, by a man who “earned” his power by inventing a website that was designed to replace family photo albums (Zuck). The man who made a trillion dollars on the pandemic that got Trump ousted from office (Bezos)? Yngvi… it was a BOOKSTORE. He has the power to impose his values, beliefs, and intellectual commitments on an entire civilization of people because he’s a reasonable smart, ambitious guy who got an extraordinary/tremendous return on his efforts to parlay the success of his online bookstore venture. That’s capitalism, sometimes—power allocated on a basis hardly preferable to random chance.

    Now, look around you. How well has this “trust the rich ‘uns” strategy been working??

    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    I can find common ground with the Bernie Bros and the anarchists; Our crony-capitalist system, strong Central Bankers & unelected Federal Reserve (demanded by the Communist Manifesto) are choosing winners and losers. They do not serve the interests of the people or the nation. People are undeservedly becoming wealthy and powerful through corrupt, parasitic dealings.
    Yes, Marx believed that a central bank was likely to be one of the features of a late-stage capitalist society that was on the verge of transformation through revolution. But you overestimate the significance of this fact by omitting key context from the narrative of which your analysis takes the form. For one thing, the core of Marxism is his analysis of Capitalism and other historical modes of political economy; his predictions about the form that revolutions and subsequent socialist states would take were mostly way off-base. As you probably know, he also thought that London or Berlin would be the site of the first revolution, because the condition of industrial labor rather than economic stratification as such was destined to be most closely associated with revolution. Instead, the agrarian, decentralized, and Central Bank-less Russia, China, and Cuba carried off the most successful revolutions.

    Moreover, the establishment of the the U.S. federal reserve in 1913, and especially the expansions of its power that came in the decades hence, were the product of pressure felt by capitalists as a result of persistent leftist terrorism in the early 20th century and the potentially radicalizing events of the Great Depression. By the end of the 1930’s, even Milton Friedman was forced to bend the knee and acknowledge that the weak central bank had been the primary driver of the Great Depression (look up “The Great Contraction”, 1963). U.S. leadership felt the walls closing in, and knew that pressure for government investment in the prevention of bank runs was the only way to get enough stability to damper the rising anti-capitalit sentiment. You seem to think that a fractional-reserve banking system in the absence of protections against runs is some sort of “equality-of-opportunity utopia. Historically, this hasn’t been the case. Look up Bill Haywood (1906), the LA times bombing (1911), the Wall Street Bombing (1920). That’s how much unrest there was BEFORE the chickens came home to roost in 1929. There’s just no way—absolutely no way—that eliminating the central bank would somehow go off without a hitch this time around, when the country is even MORE dependent on debt and the chicanery of the financial services industry. Far from being closet communists, the statesman that spearheaded the founding of the federal reserve could only be moved to do so out of abject fear of communism.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Sometimes fair isn't equal. Sometimes equal isn't fair. Equity is Marxist bullshit. Let me rise or fall by my own hand.
    EXACTLY. By your own hand. A puncher’s chance. Equality of opportunity. The only thing a man has any right to ask for.

    You aren’t going to get it from Theodore Cruz, Daniel Crenshaw, or Tom Cotton… and you’re NEVER going to get it from Mark Zuckerberg. So stop supporting them.

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