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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 02:38 PM
    This is busy.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:21 AM
    Incredible, is it not? Had it been my son, well... I won't say what I'd do, lest BlackSWAT show up at 3AM for a visit. Great to know my freedom of speech remains intact.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:18 AM
    People never seem to learn. It is as if the dumbass gene as taken over the "evolution" of the human animal. Repeat after me: 1. NEVER call police for any reason. 2. Until communities start sending police home in body bags, nothing is going to change, save for the worse. 3. When in doubt, refer to rules 1 and 2.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:12 AM
    And that is precisely why she must win: to further establish the pattern. That way, when the world (of France) goes to hell in a cheap plastic bucket, nobody can say they were not given ample warning. Worldwide, shit's going to come down to one of two things: capitulation to Themme, or a fight to the death between conflicting parties. Does anyone see the world resolving into peaceful prosperity for all, given the prevailing conditions of the past 100+ years and no indication that anything fundamental will be changing prior to the big freeze in Hell?
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:07 AM
    Successful at what, precisely?
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 10:06 AM
    And so it has come to pass. I wage no war on anyone not waging it upon me. I paid no taxes for most of my working life. The virtues of the crackerjack accountant in an Empire culture cannot be overstated.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 09:59 AM
    With a treasonous, poisonous Congress? With a judiciary run so far off the rails it will likely never see track again? Not on your life. Where do people get the idea that a president can drag a nation anywhere other than further down the chute to hell?
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 05:52 AM
    Yeah, except when it's not. The bottom fell out of the glass market a few years back. The recycler in Charleston dismantled their crusher because nobody would buy the granulated glass. They told me the price had fallen to seven cents per ton. You read that right. Of course I benefited by loading up several free tons of crush for use in the driveway. Mostly true, save in cases such as that cited above. When a market goes to crap... Even so, "government" is not the answer because the best possible solution with which they can come up is to rob Peter to pay Paul. It is the ONLY government answer. All others require no government.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 12:40 AM
    “Mother, I’m going to kill you.” - Well, at least its government being honest.
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    Today, 12:27 AM
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    Today, 12:22 AM
    Mad Mattis - Sponsoring a totalitarian dictatorship's genocide campaign of starvation and bombing against its neighbor. He certainly deserves his moniker "Mad".
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:32 PM
    Where have all the adults gone? It feels as if the world is being run by ill-bred second-graders. What brand of arrested development does it take to come up with such spectacular FAIL? Since it is impossible for nominally intelligent adults to be this fundamentally and perfectly stupid, one can only conclude that something else is at work here. Seriously - a wall? I've taught sixth-graders that showed better creative imagination. I am serious.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:33 PM
    A little Ron Paul Throwback speaking on Wikileaks and Assange in Congress: "Do the America People deserve know the truth regarding the ongoing wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen?... Why is the hostility directed at Assange, the publisher, and not at our governments failure to protect classified information? ... Which has resulted in the greatest number of deaths: lying us into war or Wikileaks revelations or the release of the Pentagon Papers? ... If Assange can be convicted of a crime for publishing information that he did not steal, what does this say about the future of the first amendment and the independence of the internet? ...
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:03 AM
    No. You probably are the only one that thinks her he's been locked in the embassy for years, sought for imprisonment by Washington, smeared with false charges, all because the NSA/CIA/deep state really like that he is exposing their crimes.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:20 AM
    Firstly, my accountant kept me at effectively 0% tax on something on the order of $3MM. I paid $1500.00 total over the ten-year period, all 100% well within the letter of statute, so that point falls away. Secondly, moving to CH does not absolve you of such contribution. Be very careful in how you claim innocence because things are not quite so simple as you may think. We are all equally responsible for such things, so either we all share in guilt or we all enjoy innocence along that line. I've given no penny toward war-making, but if there is guilt to be borne, I still share in it because I have tolerated the war makers. Hiding oneself in a closet buys little insofar as culpability goes if indeed we share in the guilt of war making. If we do not, then there is not issue there for me and all the others who oppose murder on any scale. That's a very dangerous position you assume. The need for the means of self defense is always present in a world where scoundrels may be found in every nook and cranny. If you believe there are no tyrants in CH, you fool yourself. That they operate with greater subtlety and sense only means they are more clever and balanced in their wield of power, whereas those here in America are verily gone 'round the bend.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:03 AM
    The Beginning of the End for Washington's Empire: "last night’s strike represents the beginning of the end for U.S. empire. Although the U.S. has been declining domestically for this entire century, America has still been calling all the shots on the international front. This makes sense in late-stage empire, as the focus of the fat and happy “elite” becomes singularly obsessed with domination and power, while the situation back home festers and rots. ... We now know for certain been manipulated into the imperial mindset, and his recklessness will merely accelerate U.S. decline on the world stage, and in turn, back home. ... The media is even worse. In what Glenn Greenwald accurately called “one of the sickest things ever to appear on US television,” MSNBC’s Brian Williams gushed about the “beauty” of U.S. cruise missiles. ... This is not the sort of thing you see in a confident, brave, and civilized nation, it’s the sort of stuff you’d expect to see toward the end. It’s the stuff of craven war-mongers, of dishonest cowards, of a totally deranged and very dangerous media. The signs are everywhere ... the American economy deteriorates further. Recall that the current very weak economic “recovery” has been going on for nearly a decade. This cycle is very long in the tooth ... Expect more of all the above as the U.S. empire enters its most devastating phase of collapse."
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:54 AM
    Liberty Blitzkrieg breaks down Pompeo's manic rant against Wikileaks as Psychological Projection: that the U.S. Justice Department is trying to figure out a way to prosecute the world’s most courageous and effective news publisher, Wikileaks’ Julian Assange, … further evidence of the incredible insecurity and desperation of the American establishment. ... CIA director Mike Pompeo decided to respond with an unhinged nervous breakdown during a recent speech to the Saudi funded Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). … Here are a few excerpts ... courtesy of the CIA: “WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service. … it overwhelmingly focuses on the United States, while seeking support from anti-democratic countries and organizations.” This is what’s called “projection.”
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:39 AM
    If Pompeo is so maniacally disturbed about the leaking of deep state crimes, abuse and violations of the Constitution, the best way to stop such leaks is to end the crimes, abuse and violations of the Constitution. Problem solved.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:23 AM
    Not if he were declared king...
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    04-22-2017, 09:15 PM
    "Hey, y'know that guy who built a multibillion-dollar empire, became an A-list celebrity, created one of the most recognizable brands in existence and won the Presidency when everyone said it was impossible? Someone who's never met him says that guy is unstable!" No psychologist worth anything would call someone with whom they've never had a single conversation mentally ill.
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    04-22-2017, 07:12 PM
    I've never been a big Alex Jones fan, but this is much ado about nothing. When he raves and cries and screams, of course he's playing a character. Do you really think he's like that all the time? If that were the case, he really would be mentally ill. That doesn't mean he's lying, though. He takes what he believes, exaggerates his persona and wraps it all in a package of showmanship, and yes, performance art. That is exactly what every successful political commentator does! Too bad more libertarians don't realize this. Have you heard (what little) libertarian talk shows there are? Ye Gods, they are painfully boring. The accusation of "controlled opposition" or "disinfo" or "satirist" is thrown around about everyone, from Alex Jones to Ann Coulter to Michael Savage to Richard Spencer. Chances are none of them are anything other than what they appear to be. The only evidence that any of these people are shills is someone exclaiming "they don't talk about " or "they said ". People who throw those accusations around have no idea what it's like being a public persona and building a brand purely around one's personality.
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    04-22-2017, 05:48 PM
    Installing malware and spreading viruses worldwide, hacking computer systems, and then intentionally leaving markers to falsely blame other countries, spying on citizens through their Samsung televisions and I-Phones (or is the cIa-Phones), interfering in the political process, using their power to pressure elected officials to direct policy and subvert the will of the electorate, interfering in media - all this taking place on a daily basis and together totaling millions of felony crimes. Yet they have no concern over these crimes. Not lifting a finger to prosecute or stop. Instead they must bring their power to target the truth tellers exposing the crimes and evil.
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