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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    Today, 05:08 PM
    Being libertarian and nationalist is somewhat at odds.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 04:08 PM
    And if I have the right six numbers, I win the lottery. Is there a point to this? Unless there is something much more to all of this, it has the stink of irrelevancy and innuendo clearly tasked to character assassination all over it. The longer I see Trump behind the cross-hairs as Theye engage in an ever more transparently ridiculous dance in the hopes of striking some pay-dirt... ANY pay-dirt, the more I'm thinking that he may not be the bad guy so many are asserting. That doesn't mean he's my ideal for the job, but perhaps he is a whole lot better than so many deem, if for no other reason than that he's not in Theire pockets. Just speculation, of course, but if all the carrying-on is to be believed, then Trump really is a threat of some measure to the so-called "deep state", which in itself cannot be a bad thing.
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    Today, 11:31 AM
    C) Remove kebab. (combine with B for extra win)
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    Today, 10:14 AM
    Pic shows overweight white dudes lying on the ground though. Just sayin.
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    Yesterday, 09:22 PM
    I reject prejudice. I judge after careful study.
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:50 PM
    No. But maybe he is communicating something.
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    Yesterday, 08:45 PM
    http://reason.com/blog/2016/03/07/this-university-of-oregon-study-on-femin That one is REAL fraud. And lest we forget to mention: https://www.amazon.com/General-Theory-Employment-Interest-Money/dp/1537747045/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1495507398&sr=8-7&keywords=maynard+keynes
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:08 PM
    By the way, I've been searching for south china sea and all the top results are the big mainstream media sites. This didn't used to be this way.
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    Not that it's any of my business but the islands look kind of close to the Philippines and relatively far from China. BUt i guess china claims everyting inside the red dotted line?
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:46 PM
    Anybody else notice Trump talking like a prozac zombie lately?
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  • susano's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:44 PM
    And doing so right there in front in front of some of them. Wonder if Trump even had the slightest idea that he wasn't talking about Iran. Wonder if Trump knows who has provided medical care to Al Nusra fighters. Wonder if Trump knows anything besides making deals.
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    Yesterday, 03:09 PM
    Agree with what you've said and, also, group identity (self imposed) with a collective agenda, does exist. Dissident Jews, like Israel Shamir, is an example of someone who breaks with the collective but writes about it.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:06 AM
    osan replied to a thread This was not self-defense in History
    About time somebody said it.
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    Yesterday, 09:01 AM
    Sure, so long as it is properly architected, implemented, maintained, and administered. I'd be surprised if a nation could accomplish even one of those objectives. All four? C'est très peu probable. Our problems stem not so much from the form of government so much as the fact of it.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:50 AM
    Poor, foolish, reckless, suicidal evidence.
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    Yesterday, 08:45 AM
    Yeah, but there'd still be the Olde English 800.
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    Yesterday, 08:32 AM
    If Trump's "draining the swamp" talking point is real, which perhaps it is nothing more than political bullshit, he should be a great fan of Assange. It could be argued that Assange had a lot to do with Trump's ascension to the throne.
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    Yesterday, 08:19 AM
    If it's more than five minutes past, it's ancient history.
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  • susano's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:21 AM
    That article I posted is by Israel Shamir, a Russian (USSR) born Jew who lived in Israel and fought with the IDF. He's telling you right there. The Tribe hates Christianity. Jews are using Muslims as a weapon against the Christian west. He talks about protestants colluding because of hate for the Church (Catholic). I would add, more recently, Europe's spiritual rot, spread of atheism and infestation of Marxism. Churches are empty and mosques are being built. The vacuum is being filled. Jewish hate for Christianity goes back to Christ. Their hate for Russia goes back to the pogroms and then the loss of Jewish Bolshevism to Stalinist communist nationalism. Their hate toward Europeans is due to being kicked out from one country after another. You don't get kicked out of over 100 countries/places because you played nice. They like an environment where they don't stand out so that means destroying the dominant culture in favor of multiculturalism. There are lots of small populations of ethnicities besides Jews and they don't run the global financial system and start wars all over the damn place. Jews are not victims.
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    Yesterday, 12:53 AM
    I think I explained in the post you quoted. Wikileaks has a policy of not revealing sources. Kim Dotcom can because he's not Wikileaks but is privy to the information.
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    Yesterday, 12:41 AM
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    Yesterday, 12:35 AM
    Apparently, the people who instigated the Middle Eastern wars wanted to create a wave of refugees into Europe and North America in order to bring more colour and diversity to these poor monochrome lands. Welfare state, national cohesion, local labour and traditions will disappear, and these countries will undergo a process of homogenisation. Never again the natives will be able to single out Jews, for there will be no natives, just so many persons from all over the world, celebrating Kumbaya. The Jews will be able to get and keep their privileged positions in Europe as they do in the US. They won’t be alone: by their success, they will establish a pattern to copycat for whoever wants to succeed in the new world, and masses of imitation-Jews will support the policies of real Jews. Still, Jewish insistence on the Syrian refugees’ acceptance and on Muslim immigration in general is a strange and baffling phenomenon. Hypocrisy is too mild a word to describe that. We may exclude compassion as a cause for it. There are many thousands of natives of Haifa in Israel who suffer in Syria and dream to come back to their towns and villages, but the state of Israel does not allow these Syrian refugees to return for one crime: they aren’t Jews. Israel accepts Jews only; and American Jews do not object to it; they do not compare Israeli leaders with Hitler or Trump. Israel had build a wall on its border with Sinai, and this wall stopped the black wave of African migrants. American Jews did not shout “No wall, no ban” in front of Israeli Embassy. Mystery, eh? Kevin MacDonald wrote a thoughtful piece trying to unravel the mystery, Why Do Jewish Organizations Want Anti-Israel Refugees? and published it on January 17, a few days before Trump’s inauguration and full three weeks before the subject moved to the front burner. KMD correctly predicted that Donald Trump won’t appeal for “national unity” in his Inaugural Address, though this was the guess of mass media. Moreover, KMD correctly predicted that “Trump will announce an immediate pause in “refugee” admissions, currently surging, to be followed by a zero quota for the next fiscal year. There would be hysteria, in which the major Jewish organizations would, almost certainly, join. My (KMD’s) question: why would they do that?”
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    Yesterday, 12:09 AM
    Mel Gibson should make a movie about it. The tribe hates him already so no biggie there. A well done film is probably about the only way Americans would learn about it and it would really piss people off, I would hope.
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    Yesterday, 12:01 AM
    Roger Ailes wasn't murdered. Comparison of what Hannity said about his family to the Seth Rich case is absurd.
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    05-21-2017, 11:55 PM
    lol
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    05-21-2017, 11:52 PM
    Since this thread went beyond Syria and we've discussed Pakistan and Iran, I'll add this about Afghanistan. Even after reading it I still have no idea why the US is there. What’s the Point of Donald Trump’s Afghan Surge? And four other questions the President's team needs to answer before expanding America’s longest war. Having previously promised to get the United States “out of the nation-building business,” President Trump is contemplating sending 3,000 to 5,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan. It’s a move that is said to be strongly backed by White House National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster (reportedly leading some in the White House to dub it “McMaster’s War”). It is also reminiscent of the situation Barack Obama faced back in 2009. Military officials pushed hard for an even bigger troop increase then, and a neophyte president bowed to the pressure despite his clear misgivings. Obama’s “surge” ultimately accomplished nothing — as some of us warned at the time — and this new effort to kick the can down the road is likely to suffer a similar fate. I don’t really think Trump understands any of the underlying issues, but McMaster — who served for several years in Afghanistan and has the reputation of being an independent thinker — should. Here are five questions someone should ask McMaster about this new policy, along with some background to each one.
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    05-21-2017, 09:53 PM
    I think most are just liars.
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  • susano's Avatar
    05-21-2017, 09:51 PM
    Some are that dense while others don't want the Russia narrative exposed for the lie that it is because Trump.
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