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    Yesterday, 09:18 PM
    Your quoted passage presents a semantic challenge, specifically in the use of "Lucifer". For one thing, is Luciferianism the same as "satansim"? Since that philosophy interests me not, I don't know. But if I assume they are synonyms, we then have the problem of whose definition of the term is in play. I did read LaVey's "Satanic Bible" long years ago and came to the conclusion that the silly man was simply re-branding anarchism, at least for the most part. There was nothing I can recall of the devil and that sort of rot. Of course, the work could have been a veiled presentation of some form of evil, intended for consumption by irredeemably stoopid American youngsters in seek of free shit, in this case freedom that costs them nothing. I did not, however, come away with the impression that he was peddling traditional notions of the Evil One. The passage doesn't at all sound like LaVey's voice, as I recall it. But what does the speaker mean by "doctrine of Lucifer", exactly? If it's the anarchic creed, so to speak, I have no problem with it because while I strongly subscribe to the Christian ethic, I oppose with equal force what I perceive of the evil applications and lessons of the institutions calling themselves "Christian". Notions of "sin", "original sin", and how to view and deal with basic human nature are all repugnant to me. Humans have problems enough coming up from children into adulthood without having gratuitous and undeserved guilt and shame heaped upon them, so the deprecation and abandonment of institutions who practice such barbarity seems proper to me. Evil is an interesting thing - especially when institutionalized in the sense of there being a powerful cadre working to foist it upon the world. Who can be trusted? Which avenue of belief and, perhaps more importantly, practical application is better/best? I always find myself intrigued and at the same time appalled and in some ways even afeared when I read things such as the passage you quoted. Who is the speaker? What is he truly about? Are the intentions good, v. malevolent, and if the former are they of one competent to architect such broad socio-cultural designs? Sorry to ramble, but expressions such as this intrigue me to no end precisely because they are so difficult to assess for basic value without significantly more and better information. At the end of the day, I believe that teaching children what is right is not terribly difficult. Humans complicate and distort this sort of thing almost as matters of reflex, it often seems. It is such a shame, given that doing it right is so much simpler and easier. As if life weren't difficult enough.
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    Yesterday, 06:39 PM
    Theye, having engaged in their sniffing actions to judge our "condition", assuming they deem us sufficiently softened up for the next step in humanity's devolution and diminution, one can but wonder what shall be the truly red delights to which we are to be subjected. Perhaps more war and disease to whittle down the population... i.e., the RIGHT population?
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    Yesterday, 06:35 PM
    And yet...
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    Yesterday, 06:35 PM
    I'd much preferred Carl remain and Rob go the way of the dodo to his cell in the ninth circle that so eagerly awaits his arrival. Ah well.
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    Yesterday, 06:32 PM
    Well that sucks... though not for him. He escaped in time, the lucky bastard.
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    Yesterday, 01:10 PM
    I'm telling you, this is a grand-scale size-up. Theye want to measure our "condition". I suspect Theye are very happy with what they see.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:46 AM
    The masses are not who matter.
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    07-05-2020, 11:34 PM
    This is not a dialectic. You can't out debate a vengeful fundamentalist religion. That the right believes this is a dialectic is the problem. The right is convinced that facts will win the day. They won't. They never do.
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    07-04-2020, 09:35 PM
    Thus far, this latest abasement to which we have been subjected has predictably been met with nothing better than complaint. I'd find it amusing, were it not so sad. Once again I am left wondering whether there is any abuse to which we will not approve in full. With each new episode I find myself wondering less and less. But what I wonder more and more is what I would do, were I residing once again in OR or WA. I suspect I'd be in jail... At least, I hope so... not that that would do any good for anyone other than my ego, and that's not much good at all.
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    07-02-2020, 06:09 PM
    They can't pick Warren. Not after Klobuchar publicly bowed out, saying that she wants him to pick a "WOC." The jokes and memes write themselves with a Warren pick.
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    07-01-2020, 04:25 PM
    There's not going to be any mass exodus of black voters to Trump. That's a boomer delusion sold to the GOP by Candace Owens. Telling the black middle class they're on plantations isn't a way to sell conservatism, a fact I know will come as a surprise to some.
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    06-30-2020, 07:07 PM
    It is. And yet there they are.
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    06-30-2020, 06:16 PM
    Firing a gun into a passing vehicle is the language of the unheard.
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    06-29-2020, 07:24 PM
    The left still ​can't fucking meme.
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    06-29-2020, 07:18 PM
    I don't think there's a libertarian solution to this. Or if there is, it's so far off and unfeasible there might as well not be. The future belongs to hierarchical megacorps. The only question is who they serve.
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    06-29-2020, 06:04 PM
    They want to replace the local police precincts with a woke, federalized police force that will continue anarcho-tyranny unabated. Make no mistake, that is what they want. It's the Blue Empire purging the last vestiges of the Red Empire, police being a major one.
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    06-29-2020, 05:32 PM
    They banned Naked Ape, a right leaning YouTuber who hasn't posted a video in TWO YEARS. All this after the Reddit purges. This is going to get so much worse. The more time goes on, the more it looks plausible that Trump's election might have been the worse outcome for the right.
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    06-29-2020, 05:15 PM
    I'm a Molyneux critic, but this is very, very bad. And just the beginning. And libertarian refrains about private companies jut aren't going to cut it..
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    06-29-2020, 11:47 AM
    Facebook is now devoid of any pretense of support for free speech. Their actions/policies betray corruption, stupidity, and so on down that list. Facebook is a publicly-traded company. Is there any way, say via class-action that they can be held to account for their corrupt and biased policies? What about their treatment of shareholders? Anyone holding shares is an owner. Can a mere employee remove an owner's ability to post? When they went public, did they not relinquish certain prerogatives WRT how they run the business? They are behaving like low-rent fascists and I would like to see them taken to the wood shed. Anyone here know what is what WRT my questions in terms of legal formality? Is there a basis for forcing them to behave in a civil and equitable manner and perhaps hitting them hard in the pocketbook? It seems to me time is ripe for putting this brand of progressive nonsense to rights. Clearly they have gone off the rails, as has Twitter. I know there is some sort of action being entertained by DoJ revolving around the question of whether these entities are "publishers" (they most certainly are), but what of other angles? I do not see how a publicly traded company can get away with this sort of thing, given the very nature of such an entity's ownership structure.
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    06-25-2020, 07:58 PM
    Tim Pool said par-lay too.
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    06-25-2020, 02:11 PM
    I'll just repost what I said in the other Parler thread: I hope I'm wrong, but I think parler is likely going to be just another off-brand tech ghetto for dissidents. Maybe more successful than gab or Minds, but not a true competitor. Alt-tech is one of our best hopes, but they need to step their game up. Woke tech needs to be taken on with means other than just the market.
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    06-25-2020, 02:10 PM
    I hope I'm wrong, but I think parler is likely going to be just another off-brand tech ghetto for dissidents. Maybe more successful than gab or Minds, but not a true competitor. Alt-tech is one of our best hopes, but they need to step their game up. Woke tech needs to be taken on with means other than just the market.
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    06-25-2020, 01:41 PM
    The whole "gen z is super conservative!" narrative doesn't seem to be panning out. This young lady excluded. Sounds like that idea was just conservative graveyard whistling. Maybe it'll change.
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    They closed the thread before I was able to respond to you, so I just wanted to say, I agree with all of your concerns about Rand Paul. I still think he's better than the other options, but he isn't my ideal. I'm most likely going to vote for him, but I don't blame people who won't. And if I was still going to live in NYS in 2016 (I'm moving to Virginia for college, which as we know is a swingy state) I would be less likely to vote for him. Even still, if the LP candidate is too good to pass up (Someone more like Harry Browne than Gary Johnson... the latter of which was more of a lesser of five evils) I would consider voting for them.
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