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    01-13-2021, 08:15 PM
    Most definitely. Elections are part of the national mythology. "Democratic will" is the closest we get to any kind of modern political formula, outside of the specter of The Constitution. They need the talismanic simulacra to legitimize their narratives. The default assumption going forward should be that these elections are all rigged.
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    01-13-2021, 06:19 PM
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    01-13-2021, 04:46 PM
    I'm sure he'll turn it all around in his inevitable second term, which starts in a week.
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    01-13-2021, 04:44 PM
    Should read "of Cuomo the huomo".
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    01-13-2021, 04:26 PM
    While heading into town I put on NPR to get a feel for what the enemy is up to. They were broadcasting the impeachment proceedings live and all I can say is that the Democrats seem to have no ability to express truth. One after the other, with the occasional traitorous Republican in tow, they spewed lies upon bullshit for hours. The feigned moral outrage and their feeble attempts at sounding patriotic were sickening to hear. They should be arrested, tried, convicted, and very coldly executed for the crimes they have committed this day. The one Republican member I liked, and I cannot recall her name, ended her minute on the floor with "I call bullcrap". Pelosi was yielded one minute, but spoke for about eight. The same for most of the Democrats. The miss whose name I cannot recall was cut off at "bullcrap", but from another mic we could hear that she was still talking, so the Democrats showed themselves to be the most scurrilous filth imaginable. The whole ordeal was utterly nauseating. America has hit a new low, the saddest and most foreboding thing about being that it stands to get a whole lot worse in the coming months.
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    01-13-2021, 07:56 AM
    Technology threatens this. 18 years ago I worked on a project for targeting. It was an AI and I am still bound to silence. The capabilities of that system were staggering and I say that as someone in the biz for 40 years. Since I have no desire to spend the rest of my life in a cell, I can give no details - I'm not even sure what I have typed here will not end me up in trouble. If you knew what I know, you would understand that the eight-fold fence becomes less viable by the day. When I did my MBA there was a business plan competition, which my team won. Our patent was for fNIR, function Near-InfraRed tech developed at our school for scanning brain activity. It enabled one to tell when someone was intentionally lying. The DoD was VERY interested in this tech. Sadly, I was the only member of my team interested in taking it beyond the competition. Fucking kids... no ambition. Anyhow. that was 16 years ago and I can assure you that all of these technologies have moved nowhere other than forward in the intervening years. Give it another decade or less and Theye will have in their hands to extinguish freedom at every level of human experience and endeavor. If we don't kill Themme now, chances are good we will never be able to do it.
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    01-13-2021, 07:45 AM
    Uh huh... and yet it is only the one side that's taking it in the neck. Sure, it CAN happen, but when does it? Be serious. At this time, the differences are irrelevant. This is first and foremost a campaign against anything to the right of Mao. Let us dispense with the bullshit attempts at appearing to take a broad view. Right now, right here, the broad view is that there is a campaign to exterminate the right. That little cocksucker Rick Klein called for the "cleansing" of the right. Some have tried to excuse it by speaking for Klein, stating that he meant "ideological" cleansing. Bull. Shit. Never has the term been used in that way. "Cleansing" in the political sense has always meant extermination. Physical extermination, as in the removal of life, as in "welcome my Jewish friends, let's get you all showered and refreshed after your long cattle car journey.... step right this way into the communal bathing parlor." And even if he indeed mean the cleansing of ideology, that move is only 1/10th of a step below that of physical execution. That scumbag declared to the world his desire to see the elimination of half or more of the American people. Anyone still refusing to see that war has been declared upon Freemen by the Weakmen is corrupted beyond redemption and should probably be the first in line for the disintegration chamber.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    01-13-2021, 04:30 AM
    It's called melanin theory, and it's been around for some time. It's the worst kind of race science mixed in with bizarre pseudo-new age mysticism. Here's the thing; theories like this among urban back communities are common. Guilty whites can check for themselves, if they were to swallow their abject terror for five minutes and actually go to such neighborhoods. They'll tell you all about it. The views of people like Farrakhan and Frances Cress Welsing are extremely widespread, to different degrees. It's a dirty little secret that cultural progs and the managerial state have to keep quiet.
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    01-12-2021, 05:57 PM
    Obviously no one likes Adelson, but why him and never Soros? That one will outlive us all!
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    01-10-2021, 03:34 AM
    I'm not convinced of that. He's just very useful for The Cathedral.
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    01-09-2021, 05:16 PM
    Mass social media purge is going on right now. Bannon, Flynn, many others. They banned the Red Scare Podcast, which is an anti-woke left wing show. This is just getting into gear. And yet, Richard Spencer, the architect of Charlottesville still has a twitter account. Curious :confused:
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    01-08-2021, 08:27 PM
    The problem with that is the kind of cultural penetration these companies have is unlikely to be upended. Parler was attempting to be a conservative alternative, but now the demands from far more powerful businesses is that they basically become Twitter, or face blacklisting. There's always another network on a more macro scale that can be attacked. Attack the app>attack the app store>attack the payment processor>attack the web host>attack anyone who allows the app to exist within their frame of business. It's not realistic to expect alt-tech to be able to create their own payment processors or app stores. This is the problem with it being so ideological is only ideologues are attracted to it. Alt-tech needs to offer something that appeals to those beyond their fellow travelers. There are examples of this. Bitcoin being the most famous one, but also Moldbug's Urbit, though the latter is likely too complex to catch on in the way it should. It needs to be on that scale.
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    01-08-2021, 08:19 PM
    That may be the case. But if it is, there's still no market solution to this without significant upheaval and realignment. The market itself is owned by Cathedral.
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    01-08-2021, 07:44 PM
    Any extra steps to have to use an app guarantees it will be at a significant competative disadvantage than apps that don't require that. I'm bullish on alt-tech, but the problem is so many alt-tech firms are just copying what other Cathedral-approved apps do, just at a smaller scale, usually with a worse interface. For alt-tech to really succeed, there needs to be innovation that companies like Parler, Gab, and Bitchute just don't have.
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    01-08-2021, 07:37 PM
    There won't be any conservative equivalent of social media apps if Google and Apple can keep them off their platform unless they have a Cathedral-approved TOS.
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    01-08-2021, 07:09 PM
    Libertarian discourse on the property rights of big tech ended today. It will never get any traction on the right again. The left might use it to buttress their support of big tech, but only because it supports their corporate hegemony. Wokeness is the ruling ideology, and corporations are the main way its enforced. Analysis regarding the state and private business is, at this scale and at this point in history, entirely dated.
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    01-08-2021, 07:04 PM
    In the long run, this might be a good thing. The alignment of interests are now totally clear. Any ridiculous aspiration to neutrality or free speech by big tech is now manifestly farcical. It's not even an aesthetic veneer anymore. This might also be the beginning of the end of the web 2.0 internet model, with a return to many small websites as opposed to 3 massive tech conglomerates. That's the best case scenario.
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    01-08-2021, 06:54 PM
    There's some discussion about this in other threads, but there needs to be a thread with this specifically as the title. Words can't express what an enormous fucking deal this is. Read your Moldbug, people. This is what it means to have a media run state, as opposed to a state run media. The Cathedral is going for broke. The distinction between certain corporate interests and government is entirely illusory. Libertarianism needs a serious update to contend with what's coming. I'm not holding my breath.
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    01-08-2021, 02:03 AM
    I wonder if they whacked him. The BLM riots were obviously so much worse on every level, except for the fact that now a police officer is dead. Could be a big propaganda victory for the Cathedral. On the other hand, he was a Trump supporter, so maybe not.
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    01-07-2021, 11:03 PM
    That's what my girls always tell me. It's the cross I bear.
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    01-07-2021, 10:22 PM
    Which is why he must die.
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    01-07-2021, 09:59 PM
    Last night I bore first-hand live witness to the death of the American republic. I watched as Pence and the Senate nailed the lid shut on the coffin of America, with all of us trapped inside. One thing I noticed, which apparently many did not, was that Pence appeared to be in a very jovial way. A man in his apparent position has little cause to smile, which tells me that his true position is something else. My suspicion is that he may have been convinced to turn on Trump, possibly to 25A him. There is now open talk of it, and I believe that that worm Schumer has actually called for it. Did not Pelosi herself say she wanted Trump dragged out of the White House? Whatever the case there, Trump will face serious dangers after he leaves. He will have a minimal SS contingent. He can afford vast private security, but it will take time for them to figure out how to work with him. Until that time, he will be comparatively very vulnerable. One thing I can readily see is Biden tipping the Iranians such that they will send their assassins in retribution for Trump killing off their boy. I also see a good possibility of Themme just going the route of legal excoriation and making a real spectacle of it - a gory one - as a message to all comers that this is what happens when you defy the cabal. Barring something extraordinary, it appears we are done. Theye have taken the bold shot and it appears to have paid off handsomely. If what many of us suspect about the truer sub rosa nature of Themme, we will never again see a rogue president of any sort. Theye will now be able to proclaim a return to "stability", will claim it to be the will of the people, will claim overwhelming popularity and by that virtue explain how it makes sense that only Democrats have occupied the White House for the past ten cycles... assuming that we the people have not been "taken care of" by that time. What do I mean by that? Not even sure, but I suspect Theye have less than pleasant things on the near horizon for we Americans, especially those who do not have a history of ID'ing as "left".
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    01-07-2021, 08:44 PM
    People like Vox Day are trying to sell that it was a deepfake, or some other concocted video. The right needs a higher class of commentator.
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    01-07-2021, 08:38 PM
    More likely they'll just want him banned and in a corner. If he keeps making noise and people keep following him, the chances go up.
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    01-07-2021, 07:11 PM
    TFW Steve Turley was right about everything! A new conservative age is rising!
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    01-07-2021, 07:05 PM
    This is all a secret plan to make his enemies think he's weak so they'll be totally powerless to stop his inevitable second term! Q was right about everything! Trust the plan!
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    01-07-2021, 07:04 PM
    Are you serious with this? A few posts on Parler, a guy with a hoodie, and a black conservative they describe as "far right." When does this get good?
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    01-07-2021, 06:39 PM
    Yes, clearly this lone manlet who allegedly owns a rifle was going to start lynching cops, who we now support.
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