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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Rowe View Post
    Rip, do you have an opinion on abiotic petroleum while we're tangentially on the subject? I've never developed a strong opinion on it because sound energy policy necessitating drilling for the foreseeable future doesn't care much for how it was formed, but it has always been one of those mildly interesting ideas I've considered looking into if I get the time.
    I've not looked at it in a long time. At one time it was the dominant theory in Russian exploration, but my interest in oil and gas has waned over the years.

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    This is interesting:

    Thread: After a fresh, close look at my January 6 footage, I discovered something in the chaos I didn't know I captured:

    On the Capitol East side, Capitol Police Lieutenant Tarik Khalid Johnson is in my footage wearing a MAGA hat and shouting into a bullhorn.
    This whole thing was pretty sloppy, but the media covered for them, so they got away with it.

    Relevant: Yuri Bezmenov’s view on media - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by francesco.decaro View Post
    My problem is, how can you praise the founding fathers, literally a handful of people, for building the country? It is never the case.
    As you guys said, slavery was all over the place. Most of the things we have now can be attributed to slavery, not some fancy writing on a piece of paper.
    So mine is no attempt at ideological war or social justice, it's an attempt at objectively viewing the past. I realize it's simplistic in a way, but isn't it more truthful?
    We've now (in his favor, unintentionally, probably) moved on to Obama's "You Didn't Build That."

    Rip, there are some masoners and cleaning ladies and equipment builders that you need to start praising for having built your strength training company.

    Francesco, I don't know how you possibly arrive at these conclusions, but no, the workers don't own the capital, and they aren't the true innovators who created the [United States or whichever other innovation].
    Some of these thoughts are maybe best not to say out loud without first reflecting on the conclusions that such lines of thinking lead to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francesco.decaro View Post
    I never denied there was slavery accross the globe. There still is.
    I don't understand when someone takes pride in it or admires the men responsible for it, while explaining how some people are biologically different then others based on where they were born.
    Accepting what happened in the past is one thing, identifying with it and glorifying it is another.
    I guess I missed the part where someone expressed pride in slavery or admiration of slavers.
    Where did that happen?

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    More on the FBI: Live Freeh or Die › American Greatness

    Clinton’s pick for FBI boss was former FBI agent and federal judge Louis Freeh, who had “investigated and prosecuted some of the most complex crimes of our time.” According to Clinton, Freeh would be “good for the FBI and tough on criminals.” The nominee proclaimed, “I pledge a total commitment to the FBI, whose only beacon is the rule of law.”

    On July 20, 1993, at approximately 1 p.m., Deputy White House Counsel Vincent Foster came out of his office with his suit jacket in hand. He told Linda Tripp, an aide to White House Counsel Bernard Nussbaum, that he left some M&Ms on a tray if she happened to want any. Foster didn’t say where he was going, but as he headed out the door, he told Tripp “I’ll be back.” He wouldn’t.

    At approximately 6 p.m. that day, Foster’s body was found in Fort Marcy Park in Virginia. Foster had suffered a gunshot wound to the head, but in one account he was found on a berm near a Civil War cannon in a straight coffin-like position, with the gun still in his hand. That seldom if ever happens in a suicide, the default explanation for Foster’s fate.

    Accounts also differed on where Foster’s body had been found, which raised the possibility that it had been moved. A point-blank gunshot wound to the head leaves an enormous amount of blood, bone and tissue but accounts discussing the position of the body, and photos of the scene, do not reflect that reality. The bullet was never found, and accounts also differed on the type of gun found in Foster’s hand.
    It gets better.

    And look at this: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog...i_will_go.html

    The fucking FBI was going to plant kiddie porn on Sharyl Atkinsson's husband's computer. These people are a very important problem that there is only one way to solve, and I think the Republicans lack the balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Laureys View Post
    We've now (in his favor, unintentionally, probably) moved on to Obama's "You Didn't Build That."

    Rip, there are some masoners and cleaning ladies and equipment builders that you need to start praising for having built your strength training company.

    Francesco, I don't know how you possibly arrive at these conclusions, but no, the workers don't own the capital, and they aren't the true innovators who created the [United States or whichever other innovation].
    Some of these thoughts are maybe best not to say out loud without first reflecting on the conclusions that such lines of thinking lead to.
    So where does national pride come from?
    Since only that handful of men is responsible for the birth and progress of the whole country?
    It really sounds so weird to you that I might arrive to the conclusion that without all the slavery the US would probably not exist? It seems like a pretty important aspect to consider, you can't just dismiss it by saying "well, everyone was doing it".

    What would be your simplest answer to "What contributed most in building the US?"

    Quote Originally Posted by John Watson View Post
    I guess I missed the part where someone expressed pride in slavery or admiration of slavers.
    Where did that happen?
    I might have read between the lines, but I got the idea that Yngvi admires the founding fathers, who were slave owners.
    This is the Bill Cosby paradox, basically.
    Distinguishing between the horrible acts that someone took part in and the important economical/political/whatever heritage they have left.
    I don't wish for the cancellation of what these people brought to the table and their contribution.
    I am just arguing that slavery played the biggest role and it can't be dismissed just because it was popular.

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    Kids in a Canadian school are being brainwashed to eat the bugs.

    That well groomed Cricket Corp shill in his faggot mask is my enemy a thousand times more than Putin or Xi ever will be. Fuck these people, and if anyone reading this thinks this is cute or in any way acceptable, fuck you too.

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    Karl asks a great question:

    2 weeks to slow the spread eh? How about banning gay orgies for the next six months under penalty of arrest? They did that to people who wanted to pray, remember, so explain to me why buttfucking 50 dudes in one night is considered a "civil right" but praying in a Church is not.
    And the CDC is simply making shit up to protect pederasts:

    Monkeypox can linger on common household items, US CDC says

    Just like COVID could back in 2020, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    … the Republicans lack the balls.
    Mitch is happy where he is. He’s another hill creature who needs to be removed. Is there a process for his colleagues to eject him now?

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    MIT Professor Retsef Levi on Israel’s Alarming Vaccine Side Effects

    “What is more concerning is the response of the Ministry of Health”

    Clip: MIT Professor Retsef Levi on His Paper Showing Israel’s Alarming Vaccine Side Effects

    Paper: Increased emergency cardiovascular events among under-40 population in Israel during vaccine rollout and third COVID-19 wave | Scientific Reports

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    Quote Originally Posted by francesco.decaro View Post
    So where does national pride come from?
    Who saved your lazy asses from the Nazis? WE DID, and that might be considered a source of pride to us, the willingness and ability to do the right thing.

    It really sounds so weird to you that I might arrive to the conclusion that without all the slavery the US would probably not exist? It seems like a pretty important aspect to consider, you can't just dismiss it by saying "well, everyone was doing it".
    How many American households owned slaves? How much of what is currently the USA was built by slave labor? What exactly did they build? And have you asked the Chinese these same questions?

    What would be your simplest answer to "What contributed most in building the US?"
    The freedom from government interference in our daily lives. WE contributed the most to building the USA. And WE ended slavery, at the cost of 600,000 American lives -- nobody else ended it for us.

    I might have read between the lines, but I got the idea that Yngvi admires the founding fathers, who were slave owners.
    You got the wrong idea, because you wanted to. You're saying that Yngvi admires the Founding Fathers because they were slave owners, which he didn't say. Again, how many of the Founding Fathers were slave owners?

    I don't wish for the cancellation of what these people brought to the table and their contribution. I am just arguing that slavery played the biggest role and it can't be dismissed just because it was popular.
    You sound like a fool, Frank. You have no idea how big a role slavery played in anything, because all you know is what you've been taught in your European schools. But you're welcome to continue looking like a European if you want to.

    Quote Originally Posted by VNV View Post
    Mitch is happy where he is. He’s another hill creature who needs to be removed. Is there a process for his colleagues to eject him now?
    Yes, but they lack the balls.

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