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    Balls are growing. Tensions are rising. And Proud Boy shit is no longer going to be tolerated: https://www.washingtonpost.com/natio...c67_story.html

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    Paywall here. How very Capitalist of the Post and of this socialist piece of shit Haghstull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    The Media shifts the Overton Window. They have done a magnificent job.
    Curtis Yarvin, aka Mencious Moldbug, frames the media + academia + school system as the Cathedral, a conglomerate that operates almost as a living being in order to manufacture acceptance of the power structures. I think you will enjoy his writings on the blog Unqualified Reservations a lot.

    He also talks a lot about progressivism being an atheistic sect of Protestant Religion, which aludes to the topic brought up on the last podcats of Pprotestant vs Catholic countries.

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    Thanks Gil. One of the best things I've seen.

    'Politicians have thrived on fear': Alan Jones - YouTube

    Victoria has an interesting Premier in Daniel Andrews:

    "All this can be avoided if people don't protest, because protest is not only selfish, it is stupid."

    "You would be surprised by how much would be avoided if people stop insisting on their personal freedoms, because insisting on human rights is not only selfish, it is stupid."


    This is not Bulgaria 1956, but Victoria, Australia, 2020. You guys have yourselves a no-shit police state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    These simple stats about Australia and especially Melbourne was certainly expected.

    AMAZING Australian 2020 Flu Season Stats! - YouTube

    People will argue that those current low flu (regular flu types) numbers are even more proof that (limited) lockdowns work.

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    Victoria, Australia seems to be having the worst of it In Australia - we've seen the footage of over-zealous riot police at peaceful protests, arrest warrants for Facebook posts, and now the idea of pre-crime investigations to weed out future wrongthinking citizens.

    Strangely enough, Victoria is one of the places (and the only one in Australia) which has signed up to the "Strong Cities Network" (SCN) which is a George Soros Open Society Foundation project. It's an international grouping of cities which started up during the Obama administration, and Loretta Lynch unveiled it and announced the US's participation in 2016 at the United Nations in NY.

    The SCN themselves say it's "the first global network of cities working together to build cohesion and resilience to prevent violent extremism." By preventing extremism this, of course, means cracking down on burgeoning nationalism - George's favourite past-time and something he's doubling-down on as of late, as more and more of us get increasingly pissed off: Billionaire George Soros Pledges $1 Billion University Fund To Fight ‘Would-Be Dictators’

    Another key aim of the SCN is putting the role of the police in the hands of private companies to do the dirty work of the totalitarian oligarchical elite and enforcing their own laws. This is what they really mean when they say "defund the police" and then justify it with arguments about social justice - except the activists themselves are too retarded to realise they're being used. There's a reason people are accusing the corporate news media of trying to hide George Soros's influence in these riots.

    The Strong Cities Network pledges to make things "greener and fairer" (the same, key buzzwords used at this years teleconferenced Davos and IMF meetings) - but if you look at the list of member cities, they're all cities (at least here in the UK) which have been chosen for mass immigration, including places like Luton, Leicester, Birmingham which are now native British minority places.

    Member list: Member Cities - Strong Cities Network

    The SCN has an international steering committee and an international advisory board run by the Institute For Strategic Dialogue (look into them). In their own words, the SCN is actually a law enforcement body whose laws will govern participating cities, and back when it started up it's first members to sign on in the states were NYC, Atlanta, Denver and Minneapolis. The law enforcement measures in these cities dovetail or emanate from the Institute For Strategic Dialogue and the United Nations - not from the US constitution and the locally elected officials and the laws governing them.

    When Attorney Lynch unveiled this new organisation at the United Nations, she said the new arrangement would work toward being an "alliance of nations" would aspire to be a "global community". In her speech, she used the word "global" five times while at the podium to really drive it home, then introduced Sasha Havlicek - the CEO of the Institute For Strategic Dialogue.

    The unveiling of the SCN at the United Nations can be watched here: Strong Cities Network Launch - YouTube

    Therefore, the Strong Cities Network should be known as a global nascent police force controlled by the United Nations. Look into this further if it's all new to you. You will need a bucket to vomit into.

    Also, good luck if you think this general trend can be safely contained to decadent, crazed Dem states forever. Once the demographics tip past the point of no return, and the newly minted American minorities vote as they have historically always done, there will be nothing to stop this global tyranny reigning in the name of a greener, fairer future for everyone. All the M4's, Aimpoints and ceramic plates in the world cannot stop this, as they intend to slowly turn up the heat before they boil us alive. There will be no big show-down with the forces of evil in which the Gadsden Flaggers emerge victorious and resuscitate America. Demographic change will happen slowly across the decades, not overnight. In the meantime, we will be adequately distracted by arguing about elections, the daily news cycle, the latest sports-ball event, and Consuming Product. The only solution to combating this is a real Nationalism built upon something, and us white people who suffer from this in-built proclivity towards hyper-individualism will need to learn this lesson fast in the next decade or two if we're going to have a chance of retaining a homeland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdcoast_slope View Post
    Jake Gardner, Marine Veteran, Bar Owner, Kills Rioter in Self-Defense; Authorities Charge Him, He Commits Suicide - Uncle Sam's Misguided Children

    Is it even worth in it today's society to defend oneself with a firearm. I know in many cases of life and death it is, however, it seems to get the good guys in trouble quite a bit. I have been thinking about carrying for a while, but I am starting to have doubts. I have firearms but I have chosen to not carry for many reasons, this being one. It seems to me that a firearm in some cases is the only solution. However, I know there are others ways from staying away from those cases. Granted, someone breaks into my casa, there will be firearms involved, but carrying doesn't seem worth...in most cases. Am I just being a wuss or is the firearm not the same tool it was in the wild west? This is not a anti-gun statement, just thoughts from a practical suburban outlook.
    Firstly, keep fucking around, revolutionaries. See what happens when veterans, who have watched as you tear at and burn our country, families, values and brothers and sister in arms - those we have shed blood with and born the losses of our own. If you manage to pull down law and order there will be no reason for us to hold back, and we will fall on you with mechanical efficiency and a cold wrath big enough to make the Hebrew god shudder. The ones, like Jake, which were taken from us and their loved ones will be avenged. And there will be no tally. We won't stop until you are annihilated... because that's how you finish insurgencies. Rip's lampposts will be your only respite from us. Best avail yourselves of them before we get there.

    On second thought, just surrender and submit to justice now.

    Secondly, what cowardice would cause you to fear prison over death? What goes through the mind and heart of someone not willing to defend themselves or their loved ones? Judged by twelve or carried by six... or some shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReconquistaBarbell View Post
    He also talks a lot about progressivism being an atheistic sect of Protestant Religion, which alludes to the topic brought up on the last podcats of Protestant vs Catholic countries.
    This was Murray Rothbard's analysis originally. Gary North, et al., contributed to it as well. The thesis was actually that Progressivism was a left-wing populist movement, spurred by millenialist evangelicals starting in England and then spreading to the United States, which was then adopted by decidedly un-populist, decidedly not left-wing, decidedly not-religious, big business, big government corporatists.

    The full treatment here:

    The Progressive Era | Mises Institute

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    Back to the "cases" thing. Long, but if you have time:

    Lies, Damned Lies, & UK Health Statistics: The Deadly Danger Of False Positives | Zero Hedge

    Because of the high false positive rate and the low prevalence, almost every positive test, a so-called case, identified by Pillar 2 since May of this year has been a FALSE POSITIVE. Not just a few percent. Not a quarter or even a half of the positives are FALSE, but around 90% of them. Put simply, the number of people Mr Hancock sombrely tells us about is an overestimate by a factor of about ten-fold. Earlier in the summer, it was an overestimate by about 20-fold.

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