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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    Check out 1:04 minutes in how these sick mother fucking psychopaths are normalizing this crazy fucked up shit.
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    This is highly-advanced propaganda.

    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    Why all the recent rhetoric about "voting rights?"

    Just another form of division as far as I can tell.

    Remember, your voter registration affiliates you with an R or a D. When the sociopath credit score is introduced, you will be punished accordingly.

    I cancelled my voter registration since it's apparently unnecessary. Oh, and I don't ever intend on playing the voting charade game anyway.

    Dem Rep. Schultz compares provisions like voter ID to communist "Suppression and Oppression." - YouTube
    Man, that is a handsome woman. MILF-porn-level hot. And she will say anything. "Oh Rip, fuck me for the fifth time today!!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subby View Post
    Do you mean Sanction by Lyndon Mcleod/Roman Mclay? I found it in 30 seconds. It's been scrubbed from Amazon. It's book 3 that's hard to find because apparently it was never released fully.
    Where have you found a hard copy? (I can still find digital copies on Russian websites, like Libgen)
    It was not just Amazon. When I initially searched for it, I found several retail outlets where I could buy the book.
    The big tech companies censored positive reviews, podcasts, discussions of the book, his social media profiles, etc.
    It has even been burned from many review/book catalogue sites: NOT A BOOK: Sanction I by NOT A BOOK


    Quote Originally Posted by conradbc View Post
    hey Yngvi,
    Who is the author of the book? I saw references to something by a guy named Roman McClay but doesn't look like the book you are taking about.
    Yes, that is it.
    I know the book has likely been accused of misinformation, racism, wrong-think, misogyny, being an anti-vaxxer, anti-semitism, being a conspiracy theorist, Q-anon schizophrenia and witchcraft.

    I watched a couple of podcasts he did before they were censored from the internet; he came across as a highly intelligent, independent thinker, unafraid to write about novel ideas and theories.

    The events that led to the shooting in Denver are not as simple as the "crazy guy" narrative in the media:
    He had a dispute with some of his business associates, went bankrupt and the courts refused to hear his case, ruling that he lacked standing. He increasingly became convinced of the injustice of state bureaucracy and the disenfranchisement of many multi-generational Americans.

    Before last month, the book was considered by its fans to be the next "Fight Club".

    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Report: Justice Sonia Sotomayor Working Remotely Because Gorsuch Refuses to Wear Face Mask in Court
    The posterity of the founders, as explicitly stated in the Constitution. But for the clear as mud political situation we currently find ourselves in, how about anyone whose family has been here for four or more generations. Most importantly, that they had roots here prior to WWII. This group, at the very least, all went through high pressure assimilation. Without them, there would be nothing even resembling the America that understands and respects the principles of the Constitution. In fact, the four generation rule would make a very effective requirement for voting and serving in public office.
    That voting requirement would fix a lot of problems.
    However, the point both I, and the book I brought up, make on the topic is one of biological realism; Can you govern an Englishman the same as you would a Scotsman?
    The most basic biological imperative, as Mcclay said in his book, is this: "Pain demands a response"
    That genetically determined pain may spur a Scotsman to act, while the Englishman lays passive.

    As individuals, humans are highly adaptable, but as aggregates, stereotypes prevail. Genetic determinism influences the behaviour of both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    Check out 1:04 minutes in how these sick mother fucking psychopaths are normalizing this crazy fucked up shit.
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    When soccer girl dropped, I thought it was an anti-vex ad. Even though it seemed out of context.

    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrfunk View Post
    ¬ÖSo I consider that the first official direct attack on my family by Democrats, ...
    I hear you. Not the same situation here. But there have been direct hits by Biden on my two older kids, against my will. My two younger ones are not in the crosshairs. I will never forget or forgive that man and that party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    Why all the recent rhetoric about "voting rights?"[/url]
    Because it benefits democrats.

    It doesn't matter how many people actually vote, what matters is how many people are registered to vote, so that when tight races are being counted, they can quickly source more ballots to be added to the counting pile.

    Viral Video Spreads Unfounded Claim About Rep. Ilhan Omar and Voter Fraud | Snopes.com

    This is one of those accidental "debunks" that proves the original claim.

    "We donít know exactly what Mohamed was doing in his Snapchat videos. But ballot collection ó sometimes referred to as ďballot harvestingĒ ó is legal in Minnesota. As of this writing, a third party can collect mail-in ballots and deliver them to election officials on behalf of up to three voters. Between late July and early September 2020, there were no limits on how many absentee ballots an agent, or third party, could collect and deliver."

    Law changes like that just make it legal. If there's any single person responsible for it that would most likely be Marc Elias, a hillary clinton lawyer who had dozens of laws changed to allow this.

    Ballot harvesting always benefits democrats because it's easier to harvest 1000 votes from an apartment block in a night then 1000 votes across a county over a week.

    "expanding voting rights" means that more mail in ballots are out in the community that are available for harvesting, should they need it.

    Why do you think there's such a mismatch in the energy democrats spend on "voter registration" compared to "getting out and voting" They don't really care whether these people vote.

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    Dan Crenshaw is a worthless piece of shit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    That voting requirement would fix a lot of problems.
    However, the point both I, and the book I brought up, make on the topic is one of biological realism; Can you govern an Englishman the same as you would a Scotsman?
    The most basic biological imperative, as Mcclay said in his book, is this: "Pain demands a response"
    That genetically determined pain may spur a Scotsman to act, while the Englishman lays passive.
    It's a good question. I think the answer is you can, but not as effectively. And it becomes less effective the more different the people are. At peak diversity, I think tyranny becomes the only tool capable of keeping things cobbled together, except maybe during periods of overabundance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    I really wanted to love Crenshaw. I respect the hell out of his service (Iíve a soft spot for those who serve, dating back to my dad enlisting in the navy shortly after Pearl Harbor.)

    But turns out, heís just another politician. It sucks.

    But it also turns out, all politicians are politicians and will act accordingly.

    Itís like looking to a celebrity for life advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    However, the point both I, and the book I brought up, make on the topic is one of biological realism; Can you govern an Englishman the same as you would a Scotsman?
    The most basic biological imperative, as Mcclay said in his book, is this: "Pain demands a response"
    That genetically determined pain may spur a Scotsman to act, while the Englishman lays passive.
    I think you are on to something. I really do. It's why the smart Scot interested in longevity insulates himself from situations that may demand a response. True friends don't take red-headed friends to protests, for example. Bad idea.

    I only found one physical copy for $300. Since we're told to not read it, I will eventually find a copy.

    BTW, you are sitting on a bad post count; post again soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnst_nhb View Post
    I really wanted to love Crenshaw. I respect the hell out of his service (Iíve a soft spot for those who serve, dating back to my dad enlisting in the navy shortly after Pearl Harbor.)

    But turns out, heís just another politician. It sucks.

    . . .
    He has certainly been trained to stay in his lane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrfunk View Post

    My brother was also fired last week for refusing the faux vaccine. He works from home as some sort of network tech so that makes a ton of sense.
    With this becoming more and more common, it's only a matter of time before it happens to someone with nothing left to lose. I try to remain optimistic, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    Until the Japanese start paying for Saudi oil in Bitcoin, only the dollar is money.
    You're still thinking about Bitcoin being adopted as a consequence of government adoption.
    Governments will never substitute fiat money with bitcoins, it goes against their interest and it would be self-destructive.
    Bitcoin is decentralization, privacy, anonymity, private property, deflationary.
    It's everything that fiat money is not.
    Some governments will try it, like El Salvador, but Bitcoin is a way out of it, not a simple replacement.
    So most governments will always fight it.
    The bigger the adoption the harsher the fight.
    But as of now, no signs that governments would win it.

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