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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Spotify has been censoring Rogan in this direction. His latest podcast began with a length apology for recognizing antifa started the wildfires.

    His end conclusions was that it couldn't have been antifa, because "really, what is antifa even" they don't require a membership form, so they are not real, which means the fires were just started by a bunch of crazies. The post-modernist circular logic required to get to that conclusion was scary.

    Looks like Rip might not have to worry about Rogan calling him anymore. He is losing his audience.



    Who has defined white supremacy as the greatest threat our nation is facing?
    On a completely unrelated and coincidental note, James Comey's son-in-law has been selected to step in as the prosecuting attorney handling the Ghislaine Maxwell case after the current acting attorney has decided to step away from the case for unknown reasons.
    This is after James Comey's daughter coincidentally was in charge of the Epstein case and investigation into his "suicide".
    Daughter of ex-FBI director Comey is prosecutor in Epstein case
    Daughter of ex FBI director James Comey
    is prosecutor on the case of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein | Daily Mail Online
    Rogan would be a fool to allow himself to be censored

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    lol at the idea that the China-virus was an ineffective bioweapon (because the IFR is so low).

    Its pretty much an assassination attempt on the President of your United States now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdcoast_slope View Post
    I thought this might happen when he made the change. That room is weird too, he definitely needs to change that.
    To absolutely no one's surprise...

    Joe is passionate about things, and that's admirable. But I have yet to see him take a stance that would be subject to more scrutiny than he would face after bombing one show. You don't know the measure of a man until he has something to lose, and Joe is going soft quickly. Americans have learned a hard lesson this year: passion, "positive support", work ethic, discipline and devotion to family are NOT the same thing as courage.

    On the flip side, I wonder if the economic recovery and political course aren't just the inertia of a general population that doesn't give a fuck. They don't care about the data OR propaganda. They're just gonna carry on anyway, and maybe that's what keeps us from utter disaster and civil conflict/war. Even the mask wearing phenomenon can be somewhat explained. They won't do a lot of the really stupid things like walking down an empty isle in the grocery store the "wrong way" or strict social distancing, but they'll throw a shitty mask thing on their chin and get the shopping done so they can get home and relieve the babysitter.

    "Ain't got time to bleed..."

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    Joe Rogan's not a dissident or free thinker - he's a hippy, pothead, fucking Hollywood douchebag with CoOl AnD iNtErEsTiNg hobbies. He's false-opposition, and a sell-out.

    Antifa exists. Antifa chapters across the West were founded in certain places and at certain points in time, and have members. Real humans, who have names and addresses.

    Antifa has a real history: This Zionist, Yiddish-speaking group was also ‘antifa’ – The Forward

    Antifa has been agitating, and destroying property, and violently assaulting people. Not "White Supremacists", like me. Antifa and BLM.

    Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed to preserve his own life. Michael Reinhoel, who shot the Patriot Prayer guy in the head as a political execution, enthusiastically described himself as "100% Antifa"

    So, fuck Joe Rogan. Block his number, Rip.

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    Yeah, I just blocked him. If I, for some reason, ever agreed to go on the show, it would obviously be censored by the children at Spotify, and it would be a wasted trip to Austin.

    Now, here is a good piece from AIER, an overview of the New Normal: Lockdown: The New Totalitarianism – AIER

    From the God-like Anthony Fauci:

    “Living in greater harmony with nature will require changes in human behavior as well as other radical changes that may take decades to achieve: rebuilding the infrastructures of human existence, from cities to homes to workplaces, to water and sewer systems, to recreational and gatherings venues. In such a transformation we will need to prioritize changes in those human behaviors that constitute risks for the emergence of infectious diseases. Chief among them are reducing crowding at home, work, and in public places as well as minimizing environmental perturbations such as deforestation, intense urbanization, and intensive animal farming.

    Equally important are ending global poverty, improving sanitation and hygiene, and reducing unsafe exposure to animals, so that humans and potential human pathogens have limited opportunities for contact. It is a useful “thought experiment” to note that until recent decades and centuries, many deadly pandemic diseases either did not exist or were not significant problems. Cholera, for example, was not known in the West until the late 1700s and became pandemic only because of human crowding and international travel, which allowed new access of the bacteria in regional Asian ecosystems to the unsanitary water and sewer systems that characterized cities throughout the Western world.

    This realization leads us to suspect that some, and probably very many, of the living improvements achieved over recent centuries come at a high cost that we pay in deadly disease emergencies. Since we cannot return to ancient times, can we at least use lessons from those times to bend modernity in a safer direction? These are questions to be answered by all societies and their leaders, philosophers, builders, and thinkers and those involved in appreciating and influencing the environmental determinants of human health.”
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    Does this count as fear porn or fear foreplay? https://twitter.com/katy_red/status/1311568559974354945 Eye contact. I shit you not.
    From the essay:

    There is a moral element here. The thinking is that the more fun people are having, the more choices that are their own, the more disease (sin) spreads. It’s a medicalized version of Savoranola’s religious ideology that led to the Bonfire of the Vanities.

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    Here is an old video of a 60 Minutes piece from the 70s, by Chris's dad Mike Wallace, about the Swine Flu vaccine. You can be sure that this will be taken down by the time the SARS Cov-2 vaccine is ready for mandatory administration.

    60 Minutes: Swine Flu (1976) - YouTube

    This is also interesting for the fact that it shows a major broadcast outlet actually performing Journalism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    This is also interesting for the fact that it shows a major broadcast outlet actually performing Journalism.
    that was then,
    this is now.

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    Yeah, back to the present: here is the NYT's response to last night's news about the Trump family's Covid test:

    Trump and first lady test positive for the virus. - The New York Times

    Even if Mr. Trump, 74, is asymptomatic, he will have to withdraw from the campaign trail and stay isolated in the White House for an unknown period of time. If he is sick or becomes ill, it could raise questions about whether he should remain on the ballot.
    This is not even a remotely rational statement.

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    They're still pushing that asymptomatic voodoo horseshit, which along with those nebulous "long-term effects" provides an incredibly effective means by which this whole thing can not only be pushed out forever and that the less than critical among us will continue to cower in fear.

    If this is the October surprise for this election, won't it be a bitch when in 10 days he's on Twitter saying that he's been fine for two weeks? That being said, why the fuck did they wait so long to invoke the Dr. McCoy strategy, i.e., the doctor can relieve the captain of duty? That also being said, what strain do you think they gave him; the "melt your lungs bad" one or the "Chris Cuomo imaginary, but it's a good story," one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Yeah, back to the present: here is the NYT's response to last night's news about the Trump family's Covid test:

    Trump and first lady test positive for the virus. - The New York Times

    This is not even a remotely rational statement.
    Man, if Trump gets over it before they can use it to martyr Biden to the Harris presidency...

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