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    Yesterday, 02:34 PM
    Why not?
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    Yesterday, 10:56 AM
    A few things about that. Firstly, it is not one's intention to murder the officer. If he gets stupid, you do what you must. Self defense is self defense. That extreme unpleasantry aside, one needs to be very careful not to become that against which he complains. This appears to be the nearly universal result, the bullied and oppressed become the bully and oppressor. I would add that there is plenty enough of discounting of human life. Even a filthy cop's life should be respected within the normal limits set for all other people, IMO. We have become trained to think far too well to jump to the most extreme response as the first resort. There are times where that is necessary, but where it isn't we must not allow our anger to dictate our actions such that we lose sight of our moral compass. Secondly, I did mention the balaclava specifically for the purposes of obscuring identity. No need to take unnecessary risks. Thirdly, I would say that were we to take the proprieties of our freedom sufficiently into our own hands, there would be little to nothing Theye could do. This is precisely why I advocate a return to a warrior culture. If even 20% of Americans became true warriors willing to take life as necessary and risk their own for the sake of not only their one liberty, but that of all, Theye would have literal fits because they would be faced with the choice of backing down or escalating to open warfare against a huge proportion of the population.
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    01-22-2017, 08:57 PM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Women's March in U.S. Political News
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    01-22-2017, 05:12 PM
    Does that make the alternative country-phobic Globalists.
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    01-22-2017, 04:55 PM
    That much. Wow. This item alone would revise the BLS unemployment rate from 4.7 to 6 percent using the BLS's own data.
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    01-22-2017, 04:47 PM
    Really? Who would have imagined that. Eight years of "vicious identity politics and a deeply false narrative of racism, sexism, xenophobia, and privilege. ... demonizing history, religion, traditional families, and middle America ..." http://www.ronpaullibertyreport.com/archives/what-trump-could-do "Obama took advantage of any opportunity to foment racial division. He utilized every tool at his disposal to play identity politics. He took the most localized incidents and turned them into matters of national importance, and he did so on purpose." http://www.theblaze.com/podcasts/matt-walsh-obamas-greatest-legacy-is-the-utter-collapse-of-race-relations-in-this-country-11217/
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    01-22-2017, 04:27 PM
    Oooh got to mention the Russia Bogeyman. Count on the Zippy somehow always bring in some anti-Russia comment, carrying forth the MSM anti-Russia bigotry. Ever witnessed Veteran's day, Memorial day, Fourth of July, Global military bases and deployments dwarfing anything in all of prior human existence, most expansive and far reaching global reaching total surveillance apparatus in human history, imperial worldwide hubris, - It isn't Russia Zip, that's the good old Washington neocon-Military-surveillance-industrial complex.
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    01-22-2017, 03:58 PM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Women's March in U.S. Political News
    Funny comment
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    01-22-2017, 12:51 PM
    Feh... bloody amateurs. Try this:
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    01-22-2017, 11:23 AM
    Here is a 360 degree panoramic gigapixel image viewer of the crowd. You can rotate and zoom in to individual faces. http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2017/01/politics/trump-inauguration-gigapixel/
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    01-22-2017, 10:18 AM
    "Bend over as we would have you bend over."
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    01-22-2017, 10:10 AM
    Worst-trained dogs come from my house. Elkview, West Virginia. Anyone want a dog? No, seriously.
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    01-22-2017, 10:06 AM
    I would suggest the handwringing, apart from being mostly a put-on, would revolve around a "what if they see the truth" concern in the event the absence of American "leadership" doesn't result in falling skies across the globe. The game of world dominion is 99% smoke and mirrors, 1% (if that) applied muscle. Appearances must be maintained. Of course, given how effectively the mean man's mind has been set to rotting, it becomes ever more clear that the appearances that were once so vital to Theire designs no longer constitute the linchpin once they were. Things are so convoluted, it is hard to tell what is what anymore.
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    01-22-2017, 09:51 AM
    Who says? On what valid basis? Please do not quote statute as it is never valid. Statute != law. Law >> statute AND statute << Law. Wrong. See previous note. Dead-wrong.
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    01-22-2017, 08:37 AM
    You'd better have friends with you. Lots of them. The more the merrier - not only to serve as witnesses, assuming one foolishly allowed things to come to that, but as pure muscle and presumably firepower such that the purveyor of state-sponsored evil would have no likely impulse to act unwisely. That and a balaclava. One would have to carry a gun or other weapons which they could apply effectively against the cop. A pair of Vise-Grips(tm), would be a very smart idea. Why? So that after you remove the cop's sidearm, disassemble it and cast the parts far and widely, you then turn you attention to his shotgun which, if locked in a rack, you collapse the bore of the weapon onto itself in the event the officer refuses to hand over his keys. You then disable his vehicle - rip out the plug wires and cast them far away in like manner as that for the pistol, and cut the radiator hoses and belts, and puncture the radiator near the bottom. Slash all 4 tires as well In the meanwhile, the individual or group the cop was tormenting are given to flight. You then take his own cuffs, place one on the left wrist and make him, face down on the ground, reach over to his right shoulder. His other hand comes up behind his back and the hands are attached one to the other in such fashion. If he has a second set of cuffs, you fix on ankle to the right hand wrist and truss him up like hog. He will not be able to go anywhere, save roll around a mite, soon finding out that being on his back is quite unpleasant. Next, gag him rather firmly, perhaps with a sleeve from his own shirt, and remove his belt and make sure anyone looking for it will have a hard time of it. If he has capsicum spray, a small dose to the face would be a nice touch. If he makes too much noise, his own Taser should help calm him down.
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    01-22-2017, 08:20 AM
    What you say may be in fact true, but there is more to it than just that what you mention. I would point out that the malady to which you refer is not enshrined in the architecture you blame, but rather in the hearts and minds of men. The features of our government to which you point are only the objects onto which the scoundrels project their blaming in the effort to absolve themselves of accountability. The greatest perfidy lies at your feet. And mine. It is the "people", ostensibly of, by, and for whom this "government" exists in the first place. If Theye hold any effective authority over us, no matter how mangled by and contaminated with tyranny and other evils, if it by our consent that it has come to pass. The only valid remedy, too, lies with us, whether it be massive and coordinated political action of a "systemic" sort, or the extra-systemic remedies running the gamut from civil disobedience to civil war. Alas, such remedies require a coherency of human thought that does not exist in America these days. Theye have been endlessly clever and devoted to the efforts to which they have applied themselves in making sure we stand divided along any of a thousand different lines of artificially contrived categories, whether by race, religion, sex, or what have you. The people of America, having chosen to self-identify along some subset of those false and falsely manipulated lines of distinction, have in the doing handed their sovereignty over to Themme through their own stupidity and lassitude. The black ones took the bait, hook, line, and sinker, as did the white. The men as well as the women. The gay as well as the straight. The Christian as well as Jew and Muslim. And so it goes down the long and miserable line of confabulations that have been served up to us as the most wretched pablum and of which we slurped away, happily, angrily, jealously, enviously, fearfully, stupidly, hatefully, ignorantly, willfully. Nobody twisted our arms, save to keep pounding at us as we refused to turn off our televisions. The power of the editor was ignored as some of us had our hearts wrenched from our chests as we watched the hard-luck story du jour on the tube. We've had our sympathy and empathy appealed to, as well as our guilt and anger and hate with such predictable success by ruthlessly evil people that one could set his watch by it.
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    01-22-2017, 07:52 AM
    The notion is mongo-dongo FAIL. Why? Because the very notion of a department has had the effect of pawning personal responsibility off onto the shoulders of others under some false justification relating to division of labor. While it is theoretically plausible for people to have specialists doing such jobs with the average man retaining a major share of responsibility for his own interests in a given vein of consideration, in the real world people become lazy feces and come to rely solely on the specialists. Welcome to the 21st century American police state.
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    01-22-2017, 07:41 AM
    First saw it when I was five or six years old. It never left me - didn't know the title until I was an adult in my late 20s. It raises several interesting and apparently conflicting points, which is one of the reasons I posed this question - and to see what people think of the notions set forth in the story. I will hold off on my own opinions until any others are offered up. Don't want to poison the well. :) If I missed a thread, my apologies for the redundancy. As for the rules, note my original posit: doing WHATEVER is takes in terms of architecture to make the structure of "government" right.
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    01-21-2017, 10:57 PM
    Not according to the BLS. The BLS defines and excludes from the labor force a specific category of individuals define as "marginally attached to the labor force" that includes individuals that "indicate that they currently want a job, have looked for work in the last 12 months, and are available for work," but haven't searched for four weeks. These unemployed individuals that want work and are available for work, are nevertheless specifically excluded by BLS from the labor force and thus NOT counted as unemployed.
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    01-21-2017, 10:30 PM
    Neocon nutcase Kristol finds America first depressing and vulgar. Kristol much prefers the theme "war first" or "military industrial complex first". Murder, war, lies, regime change are all things that are not depressing for vulgar for armchair killer Kristol.
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    01-21-2017, 09:33 PM
    I am watching "Things To Come" for about the 4,179th time. It is a most interesting film - curious one, as well. There is a line where the Boss declares, "we're an independent sovereign state". Cabal retorts, "we don't approve of independent sovereign states", a clear indication of a one-world government bent. This has raised the same question for me many times, so why not pose it here: Is one-world government (or governance) mala in sé? Is it inherent evil or only so because of human failing? Is there a theoretical basis for a "good" one-world government, provided it was properly formulated and established in the first place such that the principles of proper human relations served as the underpinning and all that was built upon is was right and proper in the eyes of the most stringent libertarian standard? It seems to me that all these philosophical swords are of dual edges. Given one set of circumstances, they may serve us well, while under another they become bane to life itself. Here I ask in pure theoretical terms, forgetting for the moment any of the practical problems of which we are all well familiar. Would you be opposed to a one-world government where the governors knew their proper roles and were men of such integrity that they discharged their duties with good faith to their oaths? If you've never seen Things To Come, you can view it here:
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    01-21-2017, 08:41 PM
    Dr. No's attempt attack on Dr. Paul is outright dishonesty. While Dr. Paul has made many predictions about the direction of the economy (all accurate), he has not made predictions of specific dates of events. No one can accurately predict dates, especially with worldwide reserve currency, backed by worldwide military apparatus. He made no such prediction that we would certainly have a world government and world world currency by today. Nor did he predict the economy was supposed to have an economic collapse each and every single year of the past 40+ years. And on the rest, everything has been accurate. Default is continuously occurring through inflation, and with the "official" debt doubling in only 8 years now, larger defaults in one form or another are inevitable. This is really no prediction, this is simply mathematics. . On inflation, Dr. Paul predicts inflation, but I don't believe he has ever said hyperinflation is guaranteed (although it probably is), but rather we are travelling down the path to an inflationary outcome. And again, he has never assigned specific dates to such economic events. For instance Dr. Paul in some of the strongest of his own words I have heard, "I think the wave of the future is inflation. It's just beginning – to the point that the dollar will be rejected as the reserve currency of the world. If there's a panic out of the dollar you will see the destruction of the dollar rather quickly. The end stages of a currency comes quickly." He continued, "We've seen this in Zimbabwe, Mexico and Central America. Today there's an illusion and false trust in our money." Likewise the dollar is continuously collapsing through inflation, and will accelerate. But again, no dates are given. Especially considering the dollar world status is unique in history. While there have been prior international reserve use currencies, No other currency has been as widespread and deeply established as a world currency as the US dollar today. Nor has such currency been back by a such a powerful globally reaching military-security-deep state political apparatus as the current establishment. Many factors hinder true free-market evaluation of the currency such as the Petrol-dollar system in the middle east, the destruction/sanctioning/bullying of any nation rejecting dollar use for trade or any signiianct petrol producing nation that does not cow-tow to the US deep state desires . The path is set. The direction is predictable. The arrival times, however are not predictable. Interest of course goes hand-in-hand with inflation. While government and the Fed may be able to artificially keep market rates down for a time, and maybe even US debt and Fed set rates artificially low permanently, eventually however market rates will inevitably follow and then lead real inflation when inflation rises. This is not any prescient insight. This again is simple logic.
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