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    02-08-2019, 04:08 AM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Weíve all spent time on forums and I think weíll all agree that the amount of gibberish on them isnít worth the time, or effort. The vast majority of them are unfriendly places at best and no one wants to spend time fighting off the majority keyboard warriors and dumb or low-information crowd who frequent them. Anti Federalist for instance, has wasted nearly 15 years on a forum expecting an answer as to what America can do to recover. Obviously not the brightest bunny on the block, but one day might discover there is no answer. What heís seeing is an irreversible decline. Obviously not a fan of RP articles. Similarly, Ocammís brain has struggled for nearly a decade to inform someone they canít read, or their comprehension is lacking? The crowning glory of his wasted years as he substitutes for Suzanimal because heís nothing else to say, or probably worth saying. What you have done is convince me to stay away from American forums. Perhaps in another 10 years you might discover why this forum is so dead and a graveyard of one liners. Iím generalizing of course and there will be good, friendly and intelligent people here, but Iím not getting that feeling from these guest posts. I would explain why being a Republic didnít save you from Marxist Obama and what happened in a supposedly first-world society to produce clowns like Obama and Trump. The difference between socialism and socialist, or why and how the hard left were able to take over the Democrat party, bypassing the constitution. No, you donít understand and itís why youíre now ready to kill each other on the streets and wondering how it came to that. Donít blame me for trying to find out the extent of weirdness on another American forum before I committed myself. Past tense and Iíll now leave you to argue amongst yourselves.
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    02-08-2019, 01:53 AM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Ron Paul has spent his life trying to find the answer. I do the lessons from history. You do the guns on the streets battle plans civil war stuff. There is no ĎYes we caní or ĎMAGA.í Obama and Trump are the end result and the obvious decline youíre witnessing. I think my initial reluctance to join was well founded and youíve confirmed it. Saves my time and yours. Have a nice day, as they say. :)
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    02-05-2019, 11:19 PM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Occamís Banana. In the past four years Iíve voluntarily exited two American run forums. The first tried to convince me that Obama was a returning Messiah and the current one that Trump was elected by divine intervention. Iíve met people that think Mozambique is a country off the coast of America and had to explain the difference between nationalism and patriotism to people slightly above the level of retardation, which apparently makes me a Nazi, or a communist depending which forum I was on. In between, Iíve had bucketfuls of constant insults, personal attacks, snide remarks and Iím sick of it! Now you tell me why I shouldnít be wary about joining another American forum?
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    02-04-2019, 07:36 PM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Who knows if India has stolen the US gold reserve, itís what so-called conservatives are telling me on the current forum Iím on. Thatís between my having to explain that divine intervention isnít responsible for electing US Presidents (I kid you not). PAF assures me Iíd be a welcome addition to this forum. I disagree.
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    02-03-2019, 12:45 AM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    No, not feedback, discussion. News has a habit of fading into history 24 hours after itís published. I write about the bigger picture, why things happen and what lies behind it. We (the world) already knew what Obama and his sidekick Michael LaVaughn Robinson were before the Ďheal Americaí returning Messiah rhetoric. We know what Trump is. We knew about open borders and the dangers of Islam long before America said it could never happen here. Nothing that is happening now is a surprise to us and we write about it. The British Empire once ruled half the world, was extremely wealthy and wasnít a Republic. Empires across history also have a 100% record failure. What youíre now seeing now is the decline of the American Empire as it goes bankrupt and following a set pattern, lashes out. Cultural Marxism is the social anarchy you see around you and behind it lies progressivism Ė a benevolent dictatorship similar to Huxleyís ĎBrave New World Revisited.í Itís all socialism and communism ever were. It came to America in the 60s and it never left. Where I disagree with RP is that a divided America can recover. This is cultural Marxism. I also write about the effects of liberalism, millennials and the importance of religion, but as you say and for whatever reason, itís not for this forum and so itís best if I stick to articles. :) academia.edu/24806338/Cultural_Marxism_-_Social_Chaos
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    02-02-2019, 11:13 PM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Itís not a demand, itís more a question of if Iím in the right place, hence guest posting first. I was invited here and didnít just appear. A sincere thanks for the welcomes, but even in this short space of time Iíve been told "donít mind the weirdos" and I or my post are, "Obviously a tool of the state." Iím not looking for one liners and it doesnít appear the forum is interested in articles or discussion, so itís rather pointless my being here. Iíve contacted RPs website, maybe theyíre interested in articles. If not, Iíll carry on posting them on my own blog and/or my usual International sites elsewhere. No hard feelings. :)
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    02-02-2019, 10:04 PM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Let me give you a bit of history. Iím currently on another site that labels itself conservative, but resembles a Trump appreciation society. Here I learn that McDonalds provides healthy food free from additives, the US is bankrupt because India stole all the gold, losing the House mid-terms to the Democrats was a win and Russia in any coming confrontation will be a pushover. In all my travels around the world I have never come across such low-information from people, even in developing countries. I favour articles because I want explanations, not a single link to someone elseís opinion. I also write my own explanatory essays and publish them on various sites. academia.edu/37603235/Producing_the_Rise_and_Fall_of_American_Belief_Bubbles academia.edu/35489707/Explaining_Liberal_Millennial_Psychology There are many people like Ron Paul, but RP stands out because heís one of the few Americans who Ďgets it.í When I go on a site I first look for an Op-ed thread and from a few hundred words I can gauge the level of knowledge and intelligence of what I can expect from that forum. This forum doesnít have one and I suppose RPs website is the Op-ed and what he says is discussed here. I spent ten minutes browsing through various threads and posts of one liners here and the most I came across was sentence length.
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    02-02-2019, 08:31 AM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Well, thanks and everything, but I havenít joined the forum yet. Iím on the guest thread. Iíve got three welcomes, "a tool of the state" which Iím not clear why and one "I think you will be fun." Did I overdo it in my first op? Iím certainly not here to entertain. :)
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    02-02-2019, 06:47 AM
    Unregistered replied to a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    Sorry, youíve lost me. The "word problems" are not semantics, theyíre types of thought. The opinion that Obama is a Messiah is a belief which canít be proven by fact. Conversely, the fact that Trump has surrounded himself with the American term Ďneoconsí, donates a shift towards the extreme right and nationalism (as opposed to conventional patriotism), which canít be disproved by belief. In 2008 America took on the beliefs of identity politics. Obama came and went, but the beliefs remained and transferred themselves onto another character whose promises are also based on beliefs. "Obviously a tool of the state?" Who or what? Remember Iím a Brit and need things spelling out clearly.
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    02-01-2019, 09:16 PM
    Unregistered started a thread Once upon a time in the land of the free in Guest Forum
    I thought Iíd write a guest post first, introduce myself and see what reaction I get if and before I join. Here on the recommendation of PAF. Iím, Pork Pie, a Brit who emigrated to Asia in 2008. Iím an English and social science teacher who has worked in Russia and Thailand and just returned to SE Asia after many years of teaching in China. Obviously I donít do activism because Iím not American; I explain and have no affiliations to anyone or anything. I was reading RP and people like him long before it became fashionable to do so and in my wanderings have lived and worked in societies led by replica Obama and Trump characters. So, as a starter let me summarize where it all went wrong. Once upon a time a man called Marx discovered something unique; that you could convince a population theyíd share in a countryís wealth by believing politicians. In an age of monarchies and absolute destitution this wasnít difficult, it caught on and the Soviet Union was born. A few years later, the Second International (Comintern) in 1922 sought to answer a question. If communism was so perfect, why werenít European workers clamouring for it? The leading Marxist intellectuals of that era Hungarian GyŲrgy LukŠcs and Italian Antonio Gramsci set out to find the answer. On his return to Italy Gramsci was promptly arrested by Mussolini and put in prison as a danger to society, from where he wrote his famous (1929 Ė 1935) 'Prison notebooks.' Gramsci discovered where Marx had gone wrong, it wasnít about class, but culture and cultural Marxism was born. Gramsciís ĎPrison notebooksí faded into obscurity. Post war Europe boomed, Reagan and Thatcher stopped the moves towards communism and it wasnít until the 90s that the hard left re-discovered Gramsci. Many people in America have difficulty understanding the term 'cultural Marxism', so letís use a term youíre familiar with - Identity politics. The new catalyst for the revolution became the minorities; the immigrants, the homosexuals, the feminists, the criminals Ö Gramsci realized that the way to the revolution was to demolish the traditional values of society, the main three being the breakdown of national identity (multiculturalism), introduce a plurality of religions (diversity) and destroy family values using feminism and the homosexual agenda (equality). What is termed 'The quiet revolution' began in Europe and spread to America. This entailed taking over the institutions and was a huge success. Bernie Sanders is not a socialist, heís a Maoist. Hillary Clinton disguised as a Democrat is actually a radical Alinsky anarchist and Obama who brought you identity politics is about as American as a Chinese Mums apple pie! Their combined commonality is progressivism, a benevolent authoritarianism. But how did they change society? Colleges became Marxist centres of learning. Antifa became the latter day Red Guard and the BLM KGB took it upon itself to determine who was a racist or Nazi. The Internet began to provide information of European Union leaders who were in touch with aliens from outer space and in America, Satanic orgies in the basement of the White House and courtesy of Mr. Icke, we now know that shape shifting reptiles roam the earth Ö
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