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    Yesterday, 08:31 AM
    Very well done.
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    Yesterday, 07:19 AM
    Don’t know, don’t care. He’s a smart guy but seems unwilling to listen to others. He tried to ream me on media, assuming meaning in a very clearly built statement I made, with no effort to confirm his loused up interpretation. It was <plonk> city from then on. That Joe Pags is like that as well; a real dick at times. I think some of these characters get very full of themselves. I have seen hints of this path in Jordan Peterson, though nothing definite as yet. Celebrity can be cancer for some.
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    Yesterday, 05:13 AM
    I agree with the author, save on one point. He does in a sense contradict himself when he says there is no universal solution. I must beg to differ. The universal solution is freedom. More specifically, it is the warrior mindset, the attitude which must perforce underpin it, that can drive the individual revolution within. The solution is eminently simple, yet it is perhaps the most difficult thing that any man has ever undertaken for himself. Self-mastery is absolutely required, yet the one thing most men shun with vehemence. Last point: universality is not required, but only critical mass. When enough have chosen the way of the Freeman, the remaining Weakmen will have before them a choice to get with the program, or be consumed in the flames of their own foolish choices. Freedom is scary and often ugly, but it always beats the snot out of slavery, regardless of how prettily decked out it may be as a trap for the corrupt.
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    10-02-2022, 03:25 PM
    osan replied to a thread What Will We Do? in Grassroots Central
    I fear this will prove the case.
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    10-01-2022, 08:07 PM
    I hope they lose and Biden goes ahead. Why? Glad you asked. Because this will be yet another anecdotal pixel in the grand image of Theire evil. The average man has shown his utter refusal to face truth, at least thus far. It appears to me that the only hope lies in driving conditions to ever more dire states. Where is "the line"? We're screwed in any event, so why prolong the agony? Let this bitch come apart... or find that line where people finally realize they hae nothing to lose by stopping their lives and facing the tyrant, cleavers in hand and ready to do whatever it takes to defend their interests from Theire predations. War isn't coming. We are smack in the middle of it, and have been for decades. End games are on the near horizon, or so it seems to me. I may be mistaken, but I find it very difficult to accept that this enormous confluence of global calamities could be even remotely likely, actuarially speaking. Seems to me that the human race is going to go meekly to its doom at the behest of the globalist beasts. Much as I try, I find it difficult to grasp why we're doing it.
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    10-01-2022, 08:21 AM
    It appears that rather bad things loom on the not-distant horizon. Two years of effectively shutting off the world economy does not come without consequence. Consider that China is no longer exporting fertilizer. Dozens of facilities for the production of basic commodities have gone up in flame, from foods to energy. Hand those occurrences to the actuaries and see what they would have to say about the odds of all that happening in the numbers and time frame. We are being set up like bowling pins. Michael Yon seems to suspect that we have passed the economic tipping point. If he is correct, and I cannot find too much in his assumptions and logic that would strongly suggest otherwise, then great woes are inevitable, and not far off. Consider the utter disaster unfolding in Sri Lanka. I've been in the software game a long time and one thing you never do is a flash cut into a major dot release. You ease into them, module by module and wait to see how things go so that you can readily back out in the case something proves verily amiss. So then ask yourself how could it be that the "government" in Sri Lanka bid their entire agricultural establishment cut over 100% to "organic" farming from one season to the next? NOBODY is that stupid, not even Sri Lankan "government" people. Therefore, this had to have been the product of informed malice. Can't be proven, so I will not beat that horse. But the fact remains that they are staring down the barrel of a punt-gun. When the famine comes, twenty million people will be wailing, gnashing their teeth, and perhaps eating their neighbors. The filthy Dutch "government" has bid their farmers divest themselves of their cattle herds. Nederland is a dairy nation. My aunt is Dutch and she is appalled at what is happening. At 96, she sees with clear eyes what is going on and just yesterday told me that Brussels is attempting to kill off the indigenous Dutch in favor of the invading Muslim horde.
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    09-29-2022, 05:38 PM
    I may have posted this before, but it bears repetition... or so I like to flatter myself. We are living in historic times, which means not only are certain things tough, but that we stand at a nexus, our choices likely to affect the quality of our lives from this point forward, as well as those of our posterity for long years and decades to come. It therefore behooves us to make our choices carefully. Let us go not from pan into fire, but rather let us move with strong and intelligent force to preserve our liberty and cultivate it towards ever greater perfection. This would prove a diametric departure from what we have been doing since at least the time of the Civil War, since which we have gone in the precise opposite direction, allowing those in positions of practical power to ever elide our Rights, most often under the pretext of some crisis, real or conjured. To that end, I propose we call an Article V Convention of the states and in that forum, put forth for ratification a Twenty Eighth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. This Amendment specifies in clear language the duties, obligations, and responsibilities of integrity and performance to which all sworn Public servants must adhere and comport themselves during their tenures as such. Amendment 28 further specifies the punishments to be meted in cases where such servants, the Instruments of "state" and "government", violate their oaths of good faith and competent service. Those punishments are severe, to say the least, often including long prison sentences at hard labor, and may include death as the ultimate penalty. In addition, their families shall not rest immune in any case where they may be deemed as having shared culpability in the relevant crimes, profited from them in any way whatsoever, regardless of how indirectly, or having had even the least hint of something being amiss, failed to report their suspicions to the people.
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    09-29-2022, 11:08 AM
    Not really surprising. Few understand contracts and either kowtow, or walk, most doing the former. So if the occasional smart guy crosses their path, their inner pragmatists enjoin them to let it go because it just isn't worth the fight.
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    09-29-2022, 11:05 AM
    Well certainly that is so. I'm not sure it would take all that much convincing. That said, secession is the punk move. Making what we have into a workable free land is the right move, but we won't do it because we are all too rotten to commit and remain intelligent about it all.
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    09-29-2022, 11:03 AM
    Ignorance of contracts is almost universal. Constitution is NOT a contract. Then there are the idiotic references to the "social contract", another utter fantasy. Generally speaking, human beings are rotten-stoopid.
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    09-28-2022, 07:52 AM
    This is normatively reasonable. That does not, however, protect you from parties of the second part. I do not disagree.
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    09-28-2022, 07:39 AM
    Your meaning here is not quite clear. If I sell you my house for $X, you bet that someone can compel me to hand over the property in question, at the end of a rifle, if need comes to that. It is closely analogous. That union over there looks good. I want to join. OK, in order to join, I have these lines to toe. They seem reasonable, so here's my application. I'm in? Cool. <years go by> Wow, I guess I'm in a different space now... I want out. I should be able to leave, so if I am prevented, I am become an effective slave to said union. This is not good.
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    09-28-2022, 07:28 AM
    If one cannot exit, it cannot be a contract. Intent is an element. Once intent is gone, the contract is broken. If the parties of the second part are smart, they will have written into the contract the cost penalties for breaking faith. If not, then they can always sue, but they cannot immediately force the other party to perform - not without a court decree to that effect, and those don't usually come, because after all, what's the point of having an unwilling partner? He shows up, does shoddy work, and ultimately proves a drag on endeavors, so why force such a situation? But this all does indeed raise questions regarding what "contract" really even means, as well as the value of a man's word and hand.
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    09-28-2022, 06:43 AM
    Precisely. This is the corner into which we and our predecessors have allowed ourselves to be painted. We are now in the unenviable position of having to choose the lesser evil. This is OUR fault as much as it is that of those who have maneuvered us here. This is exactly so. Apathy, lassitude, and good old-fashioned bullshit have managed to find us in a most undesirable circumstance, "circum" being an operative term here. A palliative measure, at best, but still better than doing nothing. That said, it will not remain palliative for much longer, given the new patterns arising in the general political circumstance. Between the scum's ceaseless assault on our rights, election tampering, and all the other elements of trespass that now assault us, the window is closing fast.
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    09-28-2022, 05:58 AM
    What do the two have in common here? Your point evades me.
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    09-27-2022, 04:25 PM
    IF "government" is properly structured and administered, it can work well. The problem isn't "government" - that has never existed in sé. The problem is people. Always has been; always will be. The greatest way in which the US Constitution fails, and does so most spectacularly, is in holding scoundrels accountable. I mentioned some years ago when I wrote "A Missing Link In Normative 'Government'" how the Constitution left us bereft of sufficient means of defense against corrupt mobsters in the houses of government it established in such cavalier fashion. My suspicion is that the Framers may have assumed we would likely remain as wild beasts pursuant to the preservation of our liberties. Hindsight being what it tends, it is clear they gave posterity too much credit. Being the real problem, people are always the lynch pin. Good people need neither government nor constitution. They know right from wrong and treasure their freedoms. Once corrupted, anything becomes possible and perdition is all but assured and inevitable. All we can do is make of ourselves better men and set into writing Law that renders unto the good men the direct means of physically destroying all tyrants. In the final analysis, murder is the only assurance we have that we will have even a snowball's chance in hell of protecting our sovereign interests. Though wholly out of vogue these days, what with all the contamination of egalitarian thinking that most people appear to accept as some sort of divine, immutable truth, I fully believe in the station of the Superior Man that demands his shepherding of the Weakman. We see first hand what happens when Weakmen are given equal say in matters that affect all men; the world decays before our eyes, in their appalling ignorance, the Weakmen luxuriating in that which they bring forth in such errant proportion that it becomes as filth and poison to the world. And so the Superior man needs to keep the Weakman under control, lest the latter run amok and turn the land to waste. Sadly, the universal tendency has been for Superior men to fall to corruption, in time, such that he becomes as the Weakman, at which point the rotten end cannot be terribly far off.
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    09-27-2022, 03:44 PM
    And here I was hoping for better news.
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    09-27-2022, 07:12 AM
    I'm just getting over a ten-day long bout of aspergilliosis. I'm cleaning out mom's basement, which is why I just got home a fifth time in three weeks from NJ. It's getting old, but in the process, the mold got kicked up and Bibi and I both got aspergiliosis. I've never before been effected by mold... Never been 64 before, either. This was really bad news. 101F, and everything felt like I would never be well again. Caveat: I'm the world's WORST sick person. I suck at it, which is why I never allow myself to become sick, but it would appear I may be losing my touch. Be VERY careful around household mold because if it gets you, it will kick your ass in a way you will find most unpleasing. Also, while the pulmonary form is very bad, invasive aspergiliosis can be deadly, and if you develop aspergiliomas, you will have to go under the knife to have them removed. I never took it seriously... until now. Be careful out there. It's a vicious world.
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    09-27-2022, 07:05 AM
    Well, nobody with an IQ and a shred of honesty can say that this is in any way surprising. FBI and all other agencies are likely in full-purge mode. They have no fear because we are a raft of lazy, cowardly twats whose only response so far has been to whine online, but to DO nothing. This is why I have more respect for the city-burning lefties. Sure, they're morally ill jerkoffs who should be exported to China, but at least they get their lard-laden, tranny-asses up out of the lay-z-boi and set stuff on fire and beat and rape and rob and wreck pursuant to that which they have so foolishly wed themselves. Credit where due.
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    09-27-2022, 06:58 AM
    Much as I wish I could say "yes", I suspect it will be a no. Not because the sentiments or proportions are different here, but because the Democrats will be up to their elbows in election tampering and the otherwise good people of America will do nothing to stop them. Thus far, this has been the pattern and I see no indication that it will change in any meaningful way. I look forward to being proven wrong.
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    09-23-2022, 03:18 PM
    You seem to have missed the point. For the mean man, he was lighting the way. We were speaking of the lowatt intellects that comprise the American mean. For them, Trump provided what was needed. It was largely smoke and mirrors, as if this should surprise anyone.
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    09-23-2022, 01:52 PM
    As I have oft quipped, the meaner is a beast and nothing more. Regardless the true source of the document, the Protocols of Zion nonetheless makes this point quite well when it says that those who refuse to use their brains are no different from those who have none. The elite have worked tirelessly to cultivate the inner idiot in as many as possible. As we see, they have done their work well. Given this, and given the fact that almost no matter how dim the individual, people are still able to keenly tell when the general environment is not in good shape. And so who can claim reasonable surprise when those Americans would glom on to a man who so adroitly read the room and gave clear and concrete steps, moving forward?
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    09-21-2022, 04:14 PM
    I've had a few direct tete-a-tetes with him on other platforms and have to say that he's a great big dick much of the time. You can't get a word in edgewise with him and if you disagree on the least point, he's on you like a lefty. He doesn't even ask for clarification on points of meaning. He just assumes what you mean, decides you're feces, and goes off. It's a shame because some of his ideas are sound, but he seems to think he's the only one with worthy thoughts. I just ignore him now, mainly because he has nothing new to say and I sure as the devil would not vote for him for any office.
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    09-21-2022, 06:35 AM
    This woman gets it. The left will have a tough time dealing with this one, if she gains any traction, especially in social media. I'd recommend this be spread far and wide and watch the left freak out, spewing shrieks of "house n i g g g e r" in naked fashion. This is the sort of thing that is death-poison for them and when encountered, they pull out all the stops. Consider how they responded and continue to respond to Candace Owens. I've seen them call her HN, race traitor (remember when the left used to complain about white people who used that term?), and several other very nasty epithets.
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    09-21-2022, 06:15 AM
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    09-21-2022, 06:12 AM
    There is nothing I can add to a speech that speaks for itself, save this: imagine, had the Democrats offered this one up as the first, rather than the filth of Obama.
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    09-18-2022, 10:29 AM
    This is the flood of revelation. The rape of the woman. The siege of the camp of the saints. In the reign of Esau. ----------------------------------------------- If you are of Yaweh's covenant people, repent and PROCLAIM IT!
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