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    This image is what was meant to be in my last post's empty reply to Jovan:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    I would respect guys like Matt and gang more if they stopped using terms like white and European and just use the preferred nomenclature - Aryan. These new Nazis are so boring, they always hide behind mountains of words.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    Please don't mangle Ecclesiastes as you and Jenni have already mangled Buddhism.
    Enthralling Jovan, truly. Sometimes I think you seek nothing more than a rise out of people for your own amusement.

    Obviously, to those who have sought to study it, there is more to a biblical book of wisdom. And I don't recall where I have ever commented on anything concerning Buddhism. Nor where you have demonstrated a masterful understanding of either.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    1. Because the American taxpayer funds EVERYTHING that is happening in Israel.
    2. The powerful Israel lobby is trying to cram unconstitutional, anti-American, anti-free-speech laws down our throats on American soil.
    3. US boots are already on the ground in Israel, Gaza and Syria fighting and dying for this nonsense.
    4. The Israeli government has been threatening to send at least 2 million refugees to the United States that they have deemed "too dangerous" to live near Israel.
    None of that is happening in Israel. It's in the same place it always has been -- DC.

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    The only thing I know about this eclipse is how dreadful it is to be in the path of totality. Insane to me that people will pay $400-600 dollars a night, minimum three nights, to watch it get dark for four minutes in the middle of nowhere.

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    Someone I know shared a thing about the eclipse. The path goes through a bunch of places in the US of A called Ninevah, the Ark etc etc thus predicting the Rapture. They glossed over the fact that the previous path and this form and X and the crossing is in the middle of nowhere. They also refused to go and warn the Ninevites of their impending doom despite their name being John which is close enough to Jonah for me. Also failed to realise that there is a whole world outside of the US, which is weird because they don't live there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    I get the impression that "Arab" is not the problem -- "Muslim" is the problem.
    You guessed right.

    Islam believes it is the last revelation of God (Allah, which by the way is not the same God as the Bible or Jewish Tanakh), therefore Muslims believe Islam has a mandate to establish a worldwide Caliphate and Sharia Law. There are many Arab people that are Coptic and have been persecuted by Muslims. When the US went into Iraq to removed Saddam Hussein,when they did that opened the door to radical Islamic groups such as Isis and started a fire in the middle east.

    As far as Israel is concerned when the Jewish state was formed in 1948 this started numerous wars with Arab nations as Islam claims Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine. In Jerusalem however when Solomon was king he built a temple on Mt Moriah and that was thousands of years before Islam existed and with various rebuilds of that temple over the millennia the last being rebuilt when Herod was Terach, that one was destroyed by the Romans about 70AD when the Jews revolted over Roman rule and then the Jews were dispersed, other Arabs people moved in and as a final gesture the land of Israel was renamed Palestine by the Romans.

    So on that old temple mount when the Muslims moved in they built the Al Aqsa mosque the 3rd most holiest place in Islam. So you have two competing religions for that place on the temple mount, Islam and Judaism. The Jews wanting to rebuild the temple to reestablish the old Jewish sacrificial system and the Palestinians wanting to take Jerusalem as their capital.

    Any orthodox Jew or Muslim will never accept a two state solution that is why Israel more specifically Jerusalem is called the "burdensome stone", it will cut to pieces any nation gathered against it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Jackson View Post
    Do I honestly seem like a
    "Jerry Springer"-esque, Aryan Brotherhood, Sieg Heiling kind of guy to you, or are just being catty?

    I'm not an Aryan (I mean, what?) and don't care for that weird fetishization of Scandinavian and Germanic European identity. I'm a proud Anglo-Saxon. I am European. And I am White.

    And I'm not a Nazi. You sound like a leftoid.
    You're a national socialist. You all are. You want a national socialist government, economy, all that jazz. I personally don't mind the fact that you are racists and misogynists, I mind the socialist part. I've been there, I know how it ends up. Pinochet was right, they should throw you out of helicopters, the lot of you, "right" or "left" socialists.

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    Probably won't be hearing much about this from the mainstream media:

    HORROR: 64-Year-Old New Jersey Man Who Operates Trump RV Beaten with Sledgehammer, Airlifted to Hospital with “Significant Head Injuries”

    As always, it is projection. The media insists that America's friendly and pathologically well-mannered conservatives are violent because they quite literally want them dead.

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    From Simplicius:

    The weekend’s standout story comes by way of Edward Luttwak, one of the so-called ‘premier military theorists’ in the West, openly calling for NATO intervention in Ukraine, lest the West suffer a “catastrophic defeat”:

    It's time to send Nato troops to Ukraine - UnHerd

    Luttwak has been an advisor for U.S. presidents and the U.S. military, as well as other world militaries. He’s also served in the IDF, which could explain his brazen machismo and lack of concern for morality or global safety. Many in the ‘beltway’ consider him a sort of modern Clausewitz, though it seems more like he’s just the military version of constitutional law’s Alan Dershowitz—i.e. a mediocrity elevated to god-like status for racial reasons owing to his importance to Zionist supremacy.

    But despite what I may think of him, his noteworthy call for NATO troops in Ukraine must be given the tribune of analysis if only for his influence in the very policy centers and control mechanisms in Washington that could make such a move happen. An earlier Spectator piece writes: “When Edward Luttwak speaks, world leaders listen — and now they must consider heeding his advice on Ukraine.” And so we must listen too.

    But more notable than the eye-catching quote that’s got everyone talking is Luttwak’s claim that NATO countries are already in the early stages of planning various types of force contingencies to be sent to Ukraine:

    This arithmetic of this is inescapable: Nato countries will soon have to send soldiers to Ukraine, or else accept catastrophic defeat. The British and French, along with the Nordic countries, are already quietly preparing to send troops — both small elite units and logistics and support personnel — who can remain far from the front. The latter could play an essential role by releasing their Ukrainians counterparts for retraining in combat roles. Nato units could also relieve Ukrainians currently tied up in the recovery and repair of damaged equipment, and could take over the technical parts of existing training programmes for new recruits. These Nato soldiers might never see combat — but they don’t have to in order to help Ukraine make the most of its own scarce manpower.
    It's particularly amusing how confident these people are that their word games and "well, technically!" tricks will work indefinitely. "We can run everything from the back, let these poor Ukrainians saps die for us, and Russia will have to continue treating us as non-combatants!" It's like those kids who make up rules to a game while they're playing so they can always win. Usually the only thing that cures such patterns of behavior is a painful fist to the face.

    Meanwhile, US troops are now in Moldova.

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    California is giving up to $150,000 to help first-time homebuyers

    "Give" is misleading here. They are going to loan people the down payment for their home loans. Not only that, they'll have to share any profits on property appreciation with the state of California. Usury is fun!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    You're a national socialist. You all are.
    If you are including me in this "all", I'd like to know where you got that idea.

    But I do think that even the brutality of Stalinism would be less destructive than Clown World. Vox Day has pointed out several times that one of the most surprising things about the unfolding of post-WWII history is how much more destructive global capitalism is to national survival than even the most brutal communist totalitarianism. I completely agree with this.

    Yeah, the excitement of the Clown World Casino might feel better in the short term, but so would a heroin overdose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    If you are including me in this "all", I'd like to know where you got that idea.
    You're not a nazi. You're a smart guy who has read some, think it's enough, but is years off the mark. You'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    You're a national socialist. You all are. You want a national socialist government, economy, all that jazz. I personally don't mind the fact that you are racists and misogynists, I mind the socialist part. I've been there, I know how it ends up. Pinochet was right, they should throw you out of helicopters, the lot of you, "right" or "left" socialists.
    Was Pinochet right or socialist?
    Either way, I liked the guy.

    There is some truth to Jovan's post.
    We see left wing "useful idiots" promoting police states, anti-2nd amendment policy, anti-White racism with demographic replacement and transsexual misogyny.
    We see right wing "useful idiots" supporting usury, corporate welfare, Word War 3 with Russia and restrictions on free speech in the name of israel.
    They are both eroding the nation with "socialist" policies.

    The boomercons are eager to throw their children into the meatgrinder, but their children are refusing to join the army.
    I don't know if it is the same way in Europe or Australia.
    What is the best way for current and future conscripts into the military to resist the wars for israel and Ukraine?

    Israel; America's greatest adversary.
    Israel Is Not Our Ally, by Bernard M. Smith - The Unz Review

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    On second thought, I am probably reading too much into it; Jovan has been off lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Was Pinochet right or socialist?
    Either way, I liked the guy.

    On second thought, I am probably reading too much into it; Jovan has been off lately.
    Pinochet was labeled a fascist by the left wing lunatics whose Covid-before-Covid plans he destroyed, but he was no socialist in any way. He opened up trade, privatized as much as he could, essentially made the bankrupt country fairly successful. So a free market guy with some totalitarian style tendencies - which is necessary, if we had all done the same in the 70s, we wouldn't have had the laptop class scream for more lockdowns in 2020. I don't even mind fascist corporatism that much, it is stupid, but still better than any kind of socialism. I'm not off at all, Matt and guys of his caliber are repeating Mein Kampf almost word for word - they don't know it because they haven't read Mein Kampf, because the only thing they read is their semi literate websites. So let's look at the NSDAP miracle, what their plan amounted to was the same as what the Allende government did, it's the "economic miracle" that lasts just as long as there is the proverbial other people's money to be had. Once it ran out, they had to conquer other territories in order to not go bust. Literally the only reason that Germany is not a smouldering heap of shit today is because JP Morgan and General Electric had enough business interest there in order to prop them up all the way until the ECB started printing money like there was no tomorrow.

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