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    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    This Katie Hobbs bitch is something else. She's in charge of securing a fair election in Arizona, while running against an unbeatable candidate aka Kari Lake. Refuses to debate or campaign, or recuse, and somehow is running a close race?

    Voting machines not working again or returning incorrect results. Can't keep up with counting ballots? These pieces of shit learned their gane well from Whitmer/Soros in Michigan.

    Protesting Outside Maricopa County Election Department is a TRAP - YouTube
    The Uniparty types see "cheating" (our word) as "activism".

    If you've ever gotten deeply involved in a Primary, you learned that voting has little to do with the outcome. The outcome is a measure of activism...which candidate has the more aggressive operatives.

    They feel no guilt because, in their worldview, activism ("cheating") is winning and honorable....a duty. Seriously, they view the old ways (integrity, honesty) as weakness....a lack of commitment.

    Fair play, integrity, honor have all been redefined as "The ends justifies the means".

    The sooner we stop expecting people to behave in the old ways, the sooner we can deal with our reality.

    Hell, at this point, I'm not even sure "cheating" is illegal. If the system will not prosecute, then the crime is legal.

    Once again, another layer of the onion is pealed away revealing the desert of the real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsuma View Post
    The Uniparty types see "cheating" (our word) as "activism".

    If you've ever gotten deeply involved in a Primary, you learned that voting has little to do with the outcome. The outcome is a measure of activism...which candidate has the more aggressive operatives.

    They feel no guilt because, in their worldview, activism ("cheating") is winning and honorable....a duty. Seriously, they view the old ways (integrity, honesty) as weakness....a lack of commitment.

    Fair play, integrity, honor have all been redefined as "The ends justifies the means".

    The sooner we stop expecting people to behave in the old ways, the sooner we can deal with our reality.

    Hell, at this point, I'm not even sure "cheating" is illegal. If the system will not prosecute, then the crime is legal.

    Once again, another layer of the onion is pealed away revealing the desert of the real.
    not replying directly to this message, but referencing this topic in the thread , , ,

    saw an interesting meme somewhere else,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkm5 View Post
    "Openly dead," that has a ring to it.

    Maybe we can vote JFK or Reagan back to office now?
    Yet again you have missed the obvious.

    DeLuca identifies as a live man.

    Or perhaps he transitioned.

    Either way, particularly rare precedent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiva Kaul View Post
    I have loathed Sam Bankman-Fried and his cronies for a while. They are prototypically horrible people who accumulated vast undeserved wealth while producing nothing of lasting value. This is the template they follow:

    * Perform a dance (guided by rich parents) to get into an elite university. SBFs parents are both Stanford law professors. Even though this is hard work, it instills the poisonous idea that life and achievements are just a charade.

    * Coast through university without actually learning anything or struggling to improve. Listen to Caroline Ellison, SBFs gal pal / coworker, explain that networking is more important than classes.

    * Use the degree as window dressing for the stupid bullshit that actually goes on at work. Ms. Ellison, with her Stanford math degree, describes how she uses only elementary school calculations.

    * Take loads of amphetamines to seem like a "genius", at least to venture capitalists. FTX explicitly instructed their new hires on how to do this. SBF and Caroline were very open about using.

    * Disregard physical training and even baseline physical appearance. SBF is just gross, has apparently never lifted a weight, and is fat despite constantly mainlining Emsam. No, he's not just "working hard." His disconnect with physical reality seems to reinforce a belief in useless, overly abstract, convoluted propositions - like trading derivatives of pointless shitcoins.

    It's a recipe for creating phony sociopaths. It's almost unsurprising that SBF talked loudly about being altruistic with his $15B while committing some of the biggest financial crimes in history.
    SBF, the founder of Ethereum, perhaps other crypto kings, seem autistic. It's not an insult. Theory?

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    What's going on with births down under in Australia?

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    “ESG ratings are all a fraud”

    https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1591930946219290624
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    Myocarditis after Covid vaccine: Research on long-term effects underway

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    Look at who funded TOGETHER trial that falsely smeared Ivermectin efficacy The FTX Foundation supports the global expansion of the Trial of the Year award winning TOGETHER Trial

    And:

    Sam Bankman signed "The Giving Pledge", founded by the Gates Foundation, pledging to give away the majority of their wealth. (Also, the World Economic Forum).

    Pledgers - The Giving Pledge
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsuma View Post
    The Uniparty types see "cheating" (our word) as "activism".

    If you've ever gotten deeply involved in a Primary, you learned that voting has little to do with the outcome. The outcome is a measure of activism...which candidate has the more aggressive operatives.

    They feel no guilt because, in their worldview, activism ("cheating") is winning and honorable....a duty. Seriously, they view the old ways (integrity, honesty) as weakness....a lack of commitment.

    Fair play, integrity, honor have all been redefined as "The ends justifies the means".

    The sooner we stop expecting people to behave in the old ways, the sooner we can deal with our reality.

    Hell, at this point, I'm not even sure "cheating" is illegal. If the system will not prosecute, then the crime is legal.

    Once again, another layer of the onion is pealed away revealing the desert of the real.
    I mostly agree with you, but you are plagiarizing Machiavelli from the 1500s. What you and many here see as a new phase, I see as the same old shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiva Kaul View Post
    I have loathed Sam Bankman-Fried and his cronies for a while. They are prototypically horrible people who accumulated vast undeserved wealth while producing nothing of lasting value. This is the template they follow:

    * Perform a dance (guided by rich parents) to get into an elite university. SBFs parents are both Stanford law professors. Even though this is hard work, it instills the poisonous idea that life and achievements are just a charade.

    * Coast through university without actually learning anything or struggling to improve. Listen to Caroline Ellison, SBFs gal pal / coworker, explain that networking is more important than classes.

    * Use the degree as window dressing for the stupid bullshit that actually goes on at work. Ms. Ellison, with her Stanford math degree, describes how she uses only elementary school calculations.

    * Take loads of amphetamines to seem like a "genius", at least to venture capitalists. FTX explicitly instructed their new hires on how to do this. SBF and Caroline were very open about using.

    * Disregard physical training and even baseline physical appearance. SBF is just gross, has apparently never lifted a weight, and is fat despite constantly mainlining Emsam. No, he's not just "working hard." His disconnect with physical reality seems to reinforce a belief in useless, overly abstract, convoluted propositions - like trading derivatives of pointless shitcoins.

    It's a recipe for creating phony sociopaths. It's almost unsurprising that SBF talked loudly about being altruistic with his $15B while committing some of the biggest financial crimes in history.
    The "financial sector" has operated this way since before I was even born.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
    I mostly agree with you, but you are plagiarizing Machiavelli from the 1500s. What you and many here see as a new phase, I see as the same old shit.

    The difference Barry is that in the 1500s the serfs, the non-nobility class, did not believe they had equal access to the law, regarding especially private property rights but most everything else as well. For some reason we have believed that we have equal protection under the law for quite some time, and so the things kitsuma refers to seem incredibly novel. My question to you, if this is essentially the same old shit, is how did the elite keep us fooled for so long? Did they just offer us access to more private property than simply the free housing on the Lord's fields? And if "fooled" is what we have been for all these years, what evidence is there that any of these rights for the common man, written about in our history books, were ever actually won?
    Note that there may not be direct answers to these questions, but hopefully they get you thinking about what the implications are of assuming this is the same old shit.

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    I am liking the level of cynicism we have reached in the past several pages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VNV View Post
    SBF, the founder of Ethereum, perhaps other crypto kings, seem autistic. It's not an insult. Theory?
    1. Bankman is not the founder of Ethereum.
    He did not create anything, except a giant Ponzi scheme.

    2. We cannot blame his malevolence for the general population and narcissistic behavior on autism or any other mental illness.
    He is just an ugly little bastard with enough contempt for other people to think he is entitled to steal from them and preside over them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gilead View Post
    What's going on with births down under in Australia?

    ----
    “ESG ratings are all a fraud”

    https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1591930946219290624
    --------

    Myocarditis after Covid vaccine: Research on long-term effects underway

    ---
    Look at who funded TOGETHER trial that falsely smeared Ivermectin efficacy The FTX Foundation supports the global expansion of the Trial of the Year award winning TOGETHER Trial

    And:

    Sam Bankman signed "The Giving Pledge", founded by the Gates Foundation, pledging to give away the majority of their wealth. (Also, the World Economic Forum).

    Pledgers - The Giving Pledge
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    This is only scratching the surface if you look into the coincidental connections his family has to the WEF and the big globalist reset initiatives, including the war in Ukraine.

    I am going to take a guess we might in the future end up learning he is in some way connected to the massive voter fraud that allowed brain-dead Fetterman to win despite being an incredibly unpopular and unlikable candidate from a party that is rightfully being blamed for running the economy into the ground, high gas prices and massive increases in crime.
    ...or he will be Epsteined and the whole thing will be memory-holed.

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