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    12-08-2016, 11:58 PM
    For all his supposed good points, he failed the shit test. He should have agreed and amplified. Make a joke about her being deported after Trump wins. Live and learn.
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    12-08-2016, 01:31 AM
    Degenerate Marxist scum. The Catholic Church is subservient to the Cathedral.
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    12-08-2016, 01:27 AM
    Not for much longer, if you''re not careful. I agree. That's true, but that's all the more reason why you shouldn't make it so damn easy for them. Become undeniable. If you're being watched by your enemies don't give them exactly what they want. It ain't rocket science. Nazism is memetic cancer.
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    12-03-2016, 01:04 AM
    If this is a scam to embezzle money from violent leftist mobs, then good for them. Very inventive.
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    12-01-2016, 09:14 PM
    Excellent pick. Not only is he widely regarded as one of the best soldiers of his generation, he's like a war-philosopher from a previous age. His other nickname aside from "Mad Dog" is "Warrior Monk". Some of Trump's appointments have been misses (though not as egregious as some proclaim), but this is a definite hit.
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    12-01-2016, 09:06 PM
    Successful movements do or have the following things: 1. Clear hierarchy 2. Effective leadership 3. Tangible goals 4. Good strategy 5. A willingness to make alliances to accomplish said goals 6. Unity Libertarians don't have any of those things, they fail on account of it. The alt-right actually ticked a lot of those boxes on twitter. Their leaders were people like Ricky Vaughn, their goal was to elect Trump and their strategy was memetics. It worked well, and their influence was felt outside their rather low numbers
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    11-30-2016, 11:19 PM
    After viewing the alt-right recently, after their rise to prominence, one thing is clear to me: the alt-right will fail politically, for many of the same reasons libertarians did. Adapt or die. Seriously.
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    11-29-2016, 07:05 PM
    Tinder is a hookup app, not a dating app. I'd be more interested in the data from OKCupid or PlentyOfFish. Regardless, though, this is actually in keeping with other data I've seen (with the exception of Asian men-Latina women thingm which is inexplicable). It's yet another problem with multi-racialism. Asian women are roundly desired, Asian men are not. No one likes black women, including many black men. It isn't fair to these groups. Modern culture and multiracial society creates artificial sexual market failures.
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    11-29-2016, 04:30 AM
    I'm sorry, there's a lot of weird stuff surrounding the emails, the symbolism, and the art. I don't go in for conspiracy theories, but some of this is very incriminating, or at least extremely strange. -There's no way to read some of those emails and come away with the idea that it's anything other than a code. A code for what? I don't know, but there're several emails where they're clearly not talking about actual pizza. It might not be pedophile related; it could be drugs or something else. But it ain't pizza. -They did use a pedophile symbol as the logo for this pizza joint. No two ways about it. Maybe it was an honest mistake, but the logo for the restaurant makes the symbol look less like a slice of pizza, not more. Very strange. -Tony Podesta's taste in art is extremely disturbing and I say that as someone with a penchant for dark artwork. One of my favorite artists is Francisco Goya, I have a strong stomach and it's difficult to freak me out with anything fictional. That said, I wouldn't hang one of those creepy pieces of art in my house, let alone several of them. That's to say nothing about the artwork being showcased at Comet's. What is this art depicting, if not the abuse of children? Now, I'm not saying that depicting such a thing can't be legitimate artistic expression, but when taken with everything else, it's rather unsettling. -The Clinton connection to Epstein and the known fact of Weiner's degenerate perversion doesn't help matters.
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    11-24-2016, 03:33 AM
    Acceptance like this is how taboos are eroded. Let's say we had a situation like this, where so-called "virtuous pedophiles" were given some level of acceptance and treatment. What would NAMBLA and the other child molester groups be doing? Sitting around with their thumbs up their ass? No, they'd be trying to push the bounds of their acceptance to the point where child molestation is just considered an expression of affection. This is how "progress" works. There are already people who argue that the reason molested children have such bad outcomes is because of the societal reaction to pedophilia, not the molestation itself. Pedophiles are evil human beings who deserve complete castigation and scorn>Pedophiles are mentally ill and deserve treatment, as long as they don't harm children>Pedophiles are a sexual orientation and deserve complete acceptance>Pedophilia is a civil rights issue>If you object to a grown man having sex with your child, you are a bigot
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    11-23-2016, 05:23 PM
    Mussolini said that fascism was properly understood as the merger of state and corporate power. What did he mean by "corporate"? The Italian word "corporazioni" has a meaning far closer to a guild than what we envision when we hear the word "corporate" or "corporation" in America. The ideal Fascist economy would be a society where every aspect of the civilization (business owners, unions, artists, ETC.) had a corporation to present their interests, with all these corporations being subservient to the state, and by extension, the nation.
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    11-23-2016, 04:08 PM
    No it isn't. That definition is almost os bad as when liberals throw it around.
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    11-22-2016, 06:43 PM
    Romney hasn't been appointed to anything yet. Trump isn't known for forgetting his enemies. People were talking about how Giuliani or Gowdy would be AG and that Christie would be in his cabinet. People's predictions about Trump continue to be wrong. I'm not saying he won't appoint Romney, but I'll believe it when I see it.
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    11-22-2016, 06:27 PM
    No way would Trump appoint someone who didn't endorse him and actively spoke out against him on TV many times.
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    11-22-2016, 04:03 PM
    I know my home state. Despite whether we're a tax drain or contributor, independence would be a disaster for CA. Mass immigration would crater wages, high taxation and regulation would drive businesses out of business and the rich to flee the state. California would also probably allow illegals to vote the moment they stepped foot South of San Diego. It would become a third world shithole within a decade or maybe two.
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    11-22-2016, 02:45 PM
    There's not going to be any California secession. The people behind it seem to be serious (unlike in Texas circa 2009), but the popular support for secession is just more CA liberals virtue signaling how much they hate Trump.
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    11-21-2016, 09:51 PM
    Spencer's alright, but he has some wacky ideas. He was anti-Brexit. He thinks that there should be a pan-European empire and that the EU should be taken over by white nationalists.
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    11-20-2016, 08:26 PM
    Technological and scientific progress are real things, so-called "social progress" is a myth. But I digress. There's a certain kind of person who intentionally holds political opinions that cannot be tested or applied, and indeed, they don't want them to be. They don't actually want to do the work that it takes to move civilization in their preferred direction. Instead, they want to portray themselves as "above the fray" and take pot shots at the status quo. It gives them pleasure to view themselves as having transcended the mire that the rest of the masses wallow in. These people don't want power. They talk endlessly about the kind of society they desire and complain about how little the one they live in resembles it while giving no plan of action to actually move toward that goal. The irony is, they'd be miserable living in the kind of civilization they crow about. If it came about, they'd be unable to be the critic, constantly talking about how the system sucks. This phenomenon is far bigger than just libertarianism, but the vast majority of ancaps fall under this umbrella.
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    11-17-2016, 01:04 AM
    The people who really love the Constitution, consider the following. Which would be better: Ron Paul the ineffective President who is limited by a neocon and progressive congress who can maybe cut taxes here and slow the growth of spending there, or Ron Paul the king, who could end the Fed or the drug war with the stroke of a pen?
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    11-16-2016, 01:56 PM
    No. The Presidency has had enough trashy, mannish black women associated with it. She actually made Piers Morgan likable.
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    11-16-2016, 01:44 PM
    Revan Paul! KotOR references FTW! Taris... Never forget...
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    11-16-2016, 02:49 AM
    To argue against globalism, you have to argue against NAFTA, the TPP, EU overreach and mass immigration to the Western world... You know, factual events that are occurring or being proposed right now. It's amazing how the NYT still believes they can just tell people that what's happening in front of them is a "conspiracy theory". I guess they didn't get the memo; the days where they could just associate something with "racism" and conspiracies and have everyone reject it out of hand are over. It's ironic how often leftists talk about right wing "dog whistles", when they're the most Pavlovian out of anyone.
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    11-16-2016, 02:42 AM
    I wouldn't be so sure. The Dems are in disarray. There's the Wall Street wing and the Social Justice wing, the two biggest factions in the party. Between being screwed over by elite corporate interests and their free trade agreements, as well as placating the delusions of demisexual gender***** dickgirls, the Democrats are losing the working class, blue-collar voter who was their backbone for ages. It's exactly what happened to the Labour Party in the UK and they haven't gotten back the ground they lost and show no sign of that changing anytime soon. Considering they just put Howard Dean and Keith Ellison in power, it's clear that the Dems have learned nothing. It's going to be a very long four years for the donkeys.
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