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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:22 AM
    Well i'm tired bros, but here's what i can add. The 45-cycle PCR test is completely insane. What you get each cycle is a doubling of sensitivity. To actually detect a thing that's actually there you use something like 30 cycles. 45 just pings positive on any noise, it's completely useless. And this fraud german fuck whose name i forgot pushed this, and the WHO accepted it. It's fucking clown world. As to 'no isolated virus' i don't know what that fucking means. They've sequenced it. They fucking created it. Just because no quantitative isolate is available to a particular group at a particular time doesn't mean it was never isoldated. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/coronavirus-covid-19-virus-isolate-canada-scientists-mutations-strains-a9399226.html
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:06 AM
    well that's a damn fine post donnay. removed from ignore list. Yeah check out the plandemic movie. I know people in genetics and cell biology. Gain of function viral tinkering is generally understood to be bad, with little or no medical value. Ivor Cummins also had a very good researcher on the show who reviewed all the 'coincidences' about the virus that make it almost impossible to be natural. These people deserve to be prosecuted, for real. big salute to RPF. One of the last places i'm not banned.
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  • osan's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 09:43 AM
    Why NOT unleash one? Turmoil is the politicians game - always has been. Do note how it's always one thing after another, how we are never left in peace now. Does anyone here think this is mere coincidence, or some new necessity of reality? My suspicions come closer toconfirmation by the day: Theye are sowing endless strife and minor chaos in pursuit of the goal of wearing us down - wearying us so that when they finally make THE move, we will no longer care. It is a combination of acclimation to insanity and wearing us out so that we no longer have in us any fight. Consider the starfish. Not particularly strong when compared with a clam, but they are able to apply their meager pressures for extended periods. They latch on to a clam and put just a small pressure upon them. The mightier clam, wel... clams up as the saying goes, and in a couple of hours is exhausted, becomes incapable of further resistance, and succumbs.
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    03-03-2021, 04:46 AM
    There's another one.
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    03-03-2021, 04:44 AM
    It's at least nice to be able to spot the shills here.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-26-2021, 06:26 PM
    Reduce POTUS to pure executive with no policy prerogatives. All policy decisions are made in Congress and would require 3/4 super majority. Or perhaps policy is made a thing of the past. What good is a "law" if the policy is to not enforce it? Remove POTUS as CIC, leaving ALL military matters to... <DRUMROLL>... THE MILITARY! They decide how to prosecute war. They must concur with the diplomatic decision to go to war, which is to say that if Congress and the Executive say yea but the military says no, at the very least the dispute might go to an emergency hearing by the courts to decide. That sounds too prone to human failing, so I'm not at all sure that is what I would want, but at least this gives an idea of what I am thinking. Less power in everyone's hands, and way more horrific consequence for unamended violation. And if the president has no incentive to serve, make it easier to remove him. But if his main role becomes one of diplomacy, who'd want the job anyhow? My point is to de-ball "government" to the greatest degree possible. Make is possible for anyone to dispatch a government agent who acts in violation of those to whom they swear service. If a cop attempts to violate you and you shoot him stone-dead, you stand safe from prosecution. If you do so in error, you would stand to suffer severe punishment. The whole idea here is to make violation by ANYONE a very risk-laden and costly business. It is high time Americans grew the hell up because we are a race of toddlers in far too great a proportion. It is long time we cut the shit, engaged our good brains, and put in place a system of protection (note how I do not use "governance"). I have done this work over the course of many years of thinking carefully on the relevant matters. If Americans were actually interested in freedom, which I contend tey are not, this notion would have been investigated long ago. If someone like me can come up with solutions, then by all means so could smart people... if they wanted to. But they don't, so here we are. A new architecture of freedom is needed prior to taking material action against Themme. A new attitude is also needed, which is a far taller order. But after that, mass civil disobedience would bring Themme to their knees in short order, though I suspect the cost could nonetheless be high. I could easily see Themme unleashing multiple bioweapons on the world in their play to divert our attention in order to retain power. But if it came to that, then I would say we slaughter them and their families to the man as that reaction to our threat to their false power would be sufficiently beyond the pale to justify so hard-hearted a response. IMO, anyone willing to do such a thing, especially for such paltry a reason, should have their genetic line removed from the world without hesitation, compunction, or mercy. Some will balk at all this - fine. But if you are serious about freedom in the face of a Tyrant who would see you and all your posterity destroyed before allowing so much as a threat to his hegemonic rule, then you have to do what is needed and dispense with all equivocations, wanting to have without having to pay. Shit or get off the pot already.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-26-2021, 05:00 PM
    All well and good, but this is not a first-tier problem. If we agree that some form of minimalist governing body is acceptable as being possibly the best practical alternative in a world of huge human populations, then the foremost consideration pursuant to the goal of keeping tyrants at bay is to institute a system of brute punishments for any governmental instrument that violates the rights of those to whom they swear oaths of good faith and service. When the consequence of the least unamended violation of one's rights is, say, twenty years at hard labor, the sentence of which may be augmented in the event of poor behavior, the brands of shenanigans we now witness daily would disappear in short order. Remove the power to legislate. We do not require legislation. We need principles such as those found in English common law. Apply those principles adeptly and honestly and justice is served without statute. These two measures alone would go a long way to removing tyranny. Leave me to write the Laws (principles) and architect the new order of freedom and America would be transformed in a very short time.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-26-2021, 12:10 PM
    You're thinking is boxed. The solution is freedom, not more contingency-based restoration/perpetuation of the Tyrant's game.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-23-2021, 02:45 AM
    the heralds; in order to appease him they decided to send Xerxes two of their citizens in atonement for the cruel death inflicted upon the ambassadors of his father. Two Spartans, one named Sperte and the other Bulis, volunteered to offer themselves as a sacrifice. So they departed, and on the way they came to the palace of the Persian named Hydarnes, lieutenant of the king in all the Asiatic cities situated on the sea coasts. He received them with great honor, feasted them, and then, speaking of one thing and another, he asked them why they refused so obdurately his king's friendship. "Consider well, O Spartans," said he, "and realize by my example that the king knows how to honor those who are worthy, and believe that if you were his men he would do the same for you; if you belonged to him and he had known you, there is not one among you who might not be the lord of some Greek city." "By such words, Hydarnes, you give us no good counsel," replied the Lacedaemonians, "because you have experienced merely the advantage of which you speak; you do not know the privilege we enjoy. You have the honor of the king's favor; but you know nothing about liberty, what relish it has and how sweet it is. For if you had any knowledge of it, you yourself would advise us to defend it, not with lance and shield, but with our very teeth and nails." Only Spartans could give such an answer, and surely both of them spoke as they had been trained. It was impossible for the Persian to regret liberty, not having known it, nor for the Lacedaemonians to find subjection acceptable after having enjoyed freedom. Cato the Utican, while still a child under the rod, could come and go in the house of Sylla the despot. Because of the place and family of his origin and because he and Sylla were close relatives, the door was never closed to him. He always had his teacher with him when he went there, as was the custom for children of noble birth. He noticed that in the house of Sylla, in 58 the dictator's presence or at his command, some men were imprisoned and others sentenced; one was banished, another was strangled; one demanded the goods of another citizen, another his head; in short, all went there, not as to the house of a city magistrate but as to the people's tyrant, and this was therefore not a court of justice, but rather a resort of tyranny. Whereupon the young lad said to his teacher, "Why don't you give me a dagger? I will hide it under my robe. I often go into Sylla's room before he is risen, and my arm is strong enough to rid the city of him." There is a speech truly characteristic of Cato; it was a true beginning of this hero so worthy of his end. And should one not mention his name or his country, but state merely the fact as it is, the episode itself would speak eloquently, and anyone would divine that he was a Roman born in Rome at the time when she was free.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-23-2021, 02:45 AM
    If you have not read this, I strongly recommend you do so now. If I recall correctly, the little bugger wrote this when he was nineteen years old, or thereabouts. It is a work of strong intellect, if not outright genius. Not everything he asserts applies quite as he states in today's world, this almost entirely the case due to the vast advances in technology. Starving out the Tyrant may no longer be possible - note "may". To bring effective action against the Tyrant could precipitate retaliatory action such as detonation of a nuclear warhead in a major city, or the release of an engineered plague, these in the spirit of blitzkrieg or what today is termed "shock and awe". Lay a nuke down on Los Angeles and Americans would likely stop dead in their tracks and come to heel quickly, though that is not quite guaranteed. His writing style is very much like my own, only he is far better. Do yourself a favor and take in the fifty pages. I apologize in advance for the somewhat messy format, but this is how it pasted from the copied PDF. I do not recall where I got it or I would just post the link. Regards.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-23-2021, 02:26 AM
    Smells like more political circus. What's the point? Oh right - stupid voters. Silly me.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    02-23-2021, 02:22 AM
    I'll post here what I said in the other thread: Cuomo is clearly guilty, of this, and much more. But regardless, the overnight narrative shift is interesting. They went from totally ignoring this story, to everyone, including the New York Times calling for his head in what seemed like a matter of days. Methinks a coup is underfoot. Someone is behind this. Kamala, perhaps? Trying to take out her hitherto biggest rival for 2024? It bares watching. Regardless, I'm not shedding any tears for Fredo. But I am concerned that what comes next will be worse. It is the left, after all. It's always worse.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    02-23-2021, 02:21 AM
    Cuomo is clearly guilty, of this, and much more. But regardless, the overnight narrative shift is interesting. They went from totally ignoring this story, to everyone, including the New York Times calling for his head in what seemed like a matter of days. Methinks a coup is underfoot. Someone is behind this. Kamala, perhaps? Trying to take out her hitherto biggest rival for 2024? It bares watching. Regardless, I'm not shedding any tears for Fredo. But I am concerned that what comes next will be worse. It is the left, after all. It's always worse.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-22-2021, 07:40 PM
    Cooked this up earlier today, aimed at getting people to think about how screwed up are the very fundaments of the political framework of our lives. This applies gloabally and not just to Americans, though to us most shamefully of all. https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2021/02/law-v-statute.html With regard to so-called “law”, I find it most curious to note that nowhere have I been able to find a definition of the term that did not possess the following three objectionable qualities: Arbitrariness, save in the otherwise lacking definitions of “natural” law.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    02-22-2021, 06:32 PM
    It would fail.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-21-2021, 02:44 PM
    That whole situation, the statement in question in particular underscores and illuminates in stark fashion the true power of words. Modern culture errs in manifold ways and the gross discounting of the raw salience of words is perhaps the greatest of them all. The legal world is especially guilty of this. We are willing to play the odds and most of the time we win. But in cases like this, snake eyes rolls and everyone loses. Embrace The Stupid, reap its rewards in time.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-21-2021, 02:24 PM
    The left would be masturbating with wild abandon at the demise of the perp.
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    02-21-2021, 02:17 PM
    And this is why I no longer live in Washington. As for the dead woman, I see no tragedy beyond the false charges brought and the failure to bring the right ones where they belong. Darwin got his cut that day. Nothing to mourn there. Washington SO sucks now.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-19-2021, 10:55 AM
    So the blind leading the retarded? I that what you're saying?
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    02-19-2021, 10:14 AM
    If that be so, then the actual role of the Fed (vis-á-vis the ostensible) becomes less clear. This is almost rhetorical - why would they kill the goose that was laying golden eggs? This all seems to suggest something sinister... oh no!, another conspiracy theorist! Quick everyone, run for the hills!!!
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    02-18-2021, 12:27 AM
    Never was a fan, but the glee these people have in the wake of his death is just ghoulish and depraved.
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-17-2021, 12:48 PM
    Time will tell. I would recommend you not judge too quickly. While my opinion of the mean American remains quite low, my own brand of stupidity rests in eternal hope.
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    02-17-2021, 12:44 PM
    What will the Fed have to say about it?
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    02-15-2021, 12:26 PM
    This, just for giggles. Note the absence of anyone from WV. https://dailystormer.su/a-list-of-republican-traitors/ Vince James of The Red Elephants might not know how to dress – but he sure knows how to make a list! He’s put together a running list of the Republicans who have betrayed our Real President and embraced the usurper and fake president Joe Biden. It’s a lot more than just Mitt Romney…! All these people have betrayed our president by publicly denouncing him and saying that the usurper won legitimately:
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  • osan's Avatar
    02-15-2021, 12:20 PM
    This leads me to wonder whether the mask will now be quietly removed with Congress now simply issuing orders to churn out more dollars without the charade of false legitimacy.
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