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  • GunnyFreedom's Avatar
    Today, 07:01 PM
    Yes, I very clearly remember a pluck-ton of people throwing him under the bus because he said the exact same things as Ron, but said them in :gasp: Republican instead of Libertarian. I remember it like it was yesterday. Most of those same people are now Trumpaloompas.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Today, 04:39 PM
    Goodbye everyone! It has been a great ride! I wish everyone here the best.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 04:37 PM
    Who cares if there was a gun? No one seems to want to address the fact that open carry is LEGAL IN NORTH CAROLINA. Can't believe long time members of RPF are suggesting that the mere presence of a gun is justification for police to shoot someone. Goddamn bizarro world around here lately.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 04:28 PM
    Yeah, my prediction on the Pats season ain't lookin so hot thus far. Are they just that good that they could put a hot dog vendor under center and still win? Goes to show that Brady may be just an average QB who happens to be on a 'blessed' team.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 04:19 PM
    Assuming you mean a period of prosperity, not a literal explosion, care to explain your thoughts? The only scenario I could see a "boom" would be all out WW3 manufacturing economy but that's obviously not good for other reasons. That would seem unlikely since much of our tooling and manufacturing ability has been shipped to the countries that would become our war-time enemies. I'm watching for October 1 or thereabouts when the yuan enters the SDR and China announces official gold holdings. It has appeared to me for a long time that this is what everything else going on has been distracting from and preparing for.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Today, 03:40 PM
    I disagree. I think the premise is very much similar. Sometimes you vote to stop a greater evil. Voting doesn't always mean that you sanction what they are doing, but rather you are choosing for that over what the alternative will be if you don't. Same way with paying taxes. But, so that I can understand you better, if Ron Paul was voting for President, you wouldn't vote for him because that would make you immoral? I can understand you saying that you couldn't in good conscience vote for a lesser evil, but from what I am gathering, you are saying that you won't vote for anyone period, and that those who do vote in America are immoral. Is this correct?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 01:28 PM
    Yeah I figured you'd slink off after throwing bricks.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 01:22 PM
    Huh? The media gave Trump all the attention he wanted and barely covered anyone else in the race. It was plain to see that the media purposely set Trump up to be the nominee.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 01:16 PM
    So you advocate for shooting people because they have a criminal history and a gun may be in their possession? Do I have that correct? Btw, appeal to majority is a logical fallacy and ad hominem is the sign of a losing argument.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 01:13 PM
    This is the crux of the debate. OPEN CARRY IS PERFECTLY LEGAL IN NC. The mere presence of a gun/holster/etc has no effect on whether the shooting was justified. If you look at both police videos side by side it is clear he did not have a gun in either hand. The dash cam shows his left hand was empty when he got out of the truck (plainly clear against the white paint of the truck). The body cam showed his right hand was also empty. Therefore he had no gun in his hands when he got out and when he was shot. Holstered on his leg? Perhaps. Tucked visibly in his waistband? Perhaps. Neither of which is illegal in NC or threatening unto itself. Getting to the point where we have to argue that the mere presence of a gun can possibly be called a justification for shooting someone is scary.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Today, 10:05 AM
    Promoting people to stay away from vaccines which are life saving and from conventional modern medicine on an open forum is not giving medical advice? Labeling me and all board licensed physicians as biased and under some delusional spell cast by pharmaceutical companies is not libel? I simply asked what her credentials are to promote these things and that she should be careful because, while she may have the best intentions, they may actually lead to harmful results.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Today, 07:48 AM
    You are exactly stating my point. The lesser evil is to pay taxes rather than have me, the breadwinner, become incarcerated which would give great duress to my family. Christian prudence and picking the lesser of two evils, as you stated. Christ told St. Peter to pay the tax even knowing it was being partially used for nefarious reasons because otherwise it would cause other problems. This is picking the lesser of two evils. Voting for the lesser of two evils is the same thing. It does not mean that the voter thinks the executioner is godly as you say, or sealing it with an oath, just as paying taxes doesn't mean I agree with what the money is used for. Do you sort of see my point?
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:26 PM
    And BTW, I'm not saying that we must not follow God.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:25 PM
    Do you pay taxes to the US government?
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:18 PM
    Are not your taxes going to bombs which are killing innocent people? To maintain your position, then you should not pay taxes, right?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:50 PM
    Perhaps you should reread my posts and rethink what you wrote above. Are you sure you're on the right forum? Your post sounds very trollish. Any way, I was clear that I wasn't protesting anything in particular, just taking in the experience as an observer, though we do have a whole RPF subforum devoted to police issues that was active long before the media gave a rat's ass about any of this stuff. Now, to the contents of your post. Assuming this isn't a big psyop production like so many of the other 'shooting events' passed off by the media as real (I'm not convinced but ymmv). Personally, I don't care if the guy had a record. That wouldn't give the police the right to shoot him. The videos released today do not show him holding a gun, much less pointing one. His hands are clearly empty upon exiting the SUV and that is plainly obvious against the white background of the SUV. I don't care what his history was. Now, for some perspective into why all of this is happening, I suggest people watch/listen to this video. It was revealed in the 90's by Bill Cooper and has been building up to this point for a long time.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:22 PM
    I did not. Like I said, media didn't seem very interested in the march itself. I guess their AC'ed sat vans and hotel rooms beat walking on asphalt in 90 degree heat. Plus there's no one breaking anything and the crowd is too diverse to spin a racial narrative so who cares. Vids are out and they don't look good. I have the suspicion that this is going to be spun into a gun control narrative by the pols.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:40 PM
    If anyone cares, I have a few thoughts after participating in today's march through uptown Charlotte. It was great to see people exercising 1st Amendment actions. The crowd was very diverse and the media doesn't seem interested in showing that angle. The cameras were there for the very beginning of the march and the very end. The media opted-out of the rest of it. The cognitive dissonance on display made my head feel like exploding, however. For example, electoral politics was inserted some. Like signs saying to oust Republican Gov. McCrory. Ok fine. But his challenger is Roy Cooper, the Attorney General that hasn't prosecuted the very cops you are protesting against! So replace one guy that doesn't have the direct ability to prosecute with the guy that has the direct ability but has refused to? Great logic there. Still firmly caught in the false left-right, I see. Also, a handful of people pushing communism, while protesting against the elites that are working toward global socialism. Useful idiot methinks you are, sir. Then there's the speeches about fighting "the state" that are followed up by demands for free healthcare from the state. Huh? Then breaking into a chant about how "we can take care of ourselves". Talk about not having a cogent train of thought. No wonder people are confused. The entire march went right past the Charlotte Federal Reserve branch and not a one even looked at it sideways. The Fed didn't even bother to have cops or national guard guarding the doors. Even the hotels had security out front. Fed? Nope. That shows that they know just how misdirected and uninformed even the most vocal and active of protestors are. No clue who's really pulling the strings. Or the giant obelisk we passed prominently placed in front of the District Attorney's office. Must just be there for decoration ;) Any way, it was an experience, a very peaceful march and was nice to see people giving a shit about something at a time where it seems to me that people are overall being worn down by everything lately. We'll see what happens once the body and dash cam vids are released sometime today. The police chief's press conference to announce the release was already trying to tie in marijuana and gun possession as subtle excuses for cops to shoot people. "He had marijuana and a gun....so yeah good shoot."
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:22 PM
    I don't know if he's smarter but I do know that he knows the TRUTH more than 99.9% of this country. That truth is that most of what is taught to the rank-and-file regarding the 'government' and 'laws' and 'society' is complete intentional disinfo and most of what people think to be 'truth' is actually lies. Obama and his handlers know this. Define merits. If by merits you mean having a CIA background, being from the ruling bloodlines and being trained regarding the truth I referenced above then yes it was on his 'merits'. Was he selected from the average rank-and-file after putting in hard work (aka: anyone can be President if they work hard enough! the horseshit they tell little kids)? No way.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:46 PM
    And I believe yours is, in addition to being biased, both uninformed and without proper discernment. We can just agree to disagree and rest assure I don't believe you should be forced to agree. Just, be careful giving medical advice when you are not a medical professional.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:41 PM
    Well, we disagree in your take, which is one part of it. But thanks for your opinion.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:11 PM
    Who's face was on the coin which Christ said "Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar's"? It was the Julius Caesar's face, worshiped by many to be a god, and the coin was minted off the blood of innocents and the tyranny over others. Yet still Christ said to give unto Caesar what is his. Was Christ a sell out? Was Christ immoral? Christ paid taxes to a government which was paganistic and against His Lordship (Matthew 17). Does that make Him immoral for participating and 'supporting the system'?
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:32 PM
    So you believe that voting in the United States makes one a horrible, immoral person?
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:09 PM
    As a footnote, I am not saying that all vaccines are the same or that the government should make it mandatory. My family does not take every vaccine which is offered. But there are some I will insist my children get because it can save their lives, even though it may not be 100% risk free. Again, we must use discernment.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:05 PM
    In reply to your questions : I never said a conflict of interest doesn't exist. I am attacking your claim that vaccines are not beneficial and that they have not saved millions of lives. Because there is corruption within the vaccination business, doesn't mean vaccines are not useful. In fact, they are, and they are important. Vaccines exist because of this reason. Let me rephrase your question: "Do you think major pharmaceutical companies have no influence on government in any capacity?"
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:53 AM
    No, you don't understand, because you have not taken any courses in immunology, in infectious disease, in pharmacology, in human physiology, and you do not take care of sick patients daily who come to you in trust to get the best care they can. So, frankly, you don't understand where I am coming from. Instead, you want to collectivize physicians as being under some grand delusion. But perhaps you have had training and I am wrong? Instead of personal online research (using selective sources and biased opinions with scant evidence based proofs), have you enrolled in any postgraduate courses to substantiate your claims of knowledge?
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:40 AM
    Let's stick with vaccines. Have you enrolled in any post-graduate courses in immunology and infectious disease?
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:38 AM
    A survey? Really? That scientifically proves the point they are trying to make?
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