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    Yesterday, 06:12 PM
    I would actually perhaps support reparations. Under one condition. It ends. All of it. No more racial grievances, no more activism, no more movements or rallies. It's all over. If that could be guaranteed, I would seriously consider it. But of course, it won't. Reparations will be but another jumping off point. -
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    07-14-2020, 07:24 PM
    Of course blacks should have gun rights, but the idea that they need guns to protect themselves from violent whites is a joke. If some personality was talking about how urban whites should get guns to protect themselves from black criminals, there would be outrage for weeks and he would be canceled into oblivion.
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    07-14-2020, 02:09 AM
    1282714758710427651 Hey guys! I don't know about you, but this Soros guy sounds great! He wants to end the drug war! Libertarians should be at the forefront of George Soros-led movements. It's a natural alliance! I'm sure the liberty movement could become the leaders of whatever this kindhearted philanthropist is planning.
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    07-13-2020, 09:40 PM
    Oh, Marxists in academia predates World War II. Just about every influential intellectual in the 1930s was a Marxist or fellow traveler. Marxism has been a bourgeois past time for at least a century. But intersectionalism (postcolonialism, whatever it's being called) is something new. I think it's a mistake to just view it as Marxism. I grew up in the SF Bay Area in the 90s and I went to public school. Starting in second grade we learned about the Civil Rights Movement every year, and it was the first piece of American history that was taught. It was a very left wing curriculum. But intersectionalism wasn't really a thing at that time. The idea that only whites could be racist or there's invisible "systemic racism" everywhere, or unconscious bias or microagressions, these weren't discussed. I was taught anyone can be racist and that one could be non-racist. That's anathema to intersectional ideology. In the 1990s, those ideas were still relegated to academia. They were still brewing, it hadn't filtered down to elementary schools yet. That's why I say they've been working on it since the 90s. It's a very different flavor of leftism and "anti-racism."
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    07-13-2020, 09:18 PM
    I pressed play and closed the window after three minutes of exposure to that self-loving brat. Do you think we do not have EYES to SEE?
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  • merkelstan's Avatar
    07-13-2020, 09:04 PM
    Calling something the biggest hoax in history is a little hyperbolic considering the ones we know about. There's a lot of lies in history; here are some... http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?547841-TIC-The-Forbidden-History-of-Globalism!&p=6964966#post6964966
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    07-13-2020, 08:32 PM
    For your historification - the stuff they left out of His-Story class... {I do not hereby endorse the views or accuracy of The Invisible Critic} The Invisible Critic - The Forbidden History of Globalsm ======================================================== <<<<< Modern history unveiled, in 39 action-packed episodes! >>>>> Ultracompacted for your sharing pleasure. <<<<<< PART 1 https://files.catbox.moe/mnc09z.zip
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    07-13-2020, 07:47 PM
    There is absolutely no vacuum of leadership. The leaders are in the academy and the activists they openly claim to train. These ideas have been brewing in the academy since the 1990s and have spread to every major corporation, media conglomerate, and big city in America. The protests and yes, the riots, have the cosign of just about every powerful organization in the country. The idea that the intersectionalists are some small part of this movement is insane. They literally created it. They have names and public profiles. So the leftist BLM has the support of every major celebrity, every multinational corporation (rhetorically, at least), every big tech firm, every Democratic presidential candidate, every big city mayor, half of congress and most of the youth. In the midst of this, libertarians are supposed to come up and say: "Hey guys! Listen to us, insert our policies and end the drug war! Yeah, you'll also lose affirmative action, and welfare and the 1964 Civil Rights act, but we're the ones who really care!" What do you expect the response to something like that would be? You seem to think this is a good faith movement, full of people who have just been exposed to the wrong arguments, with a meaningless few leftists as figureheads at the top. It isn't. It never was. It's a religion, and a fundamentalist one at that. BLM is the result of decades of work, by the very people you seem to think aren't relevant. By all means, talk to the activists. Pitch them libertarianism. Tell me how it goes.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    07-13-2020, 07:17 PM
    So it's the MSM that is making people believe BLM is leftist, not BLM themselves?
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    07-13-2020, 07:16 PM
    Ridiculous. Again, no knowledge of where this movement came from or what its worldview is. Total naivete.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    07-13-2020, 06:57 PM
    There is no non-leftist BLM. They're an intersectional leftist movement.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    07-13-2020, 06:47 PM
    You have no conception of what BLM is, what they want, or who runs it if you think this. This is the most uninformed thing I've heard about BLM on this entire forum.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    07-13-2020, 03:43 PM
    I don't know why this has to be reiterated so often, but it does. These activists do not care. You can tweet #BLM all you want. You can talk about police brutality until the cows come home. It doesn't matter. To the academics and activists they train, libertarianism is just another form of white supremacy. They might use you momentarily like they used Amash, but you don't actually gain any brownie points with these types if you're on the right. Once you stop being useful they'll have no problem destroying you, and your tweets about police brutality and "black mourning" will mean nothing. There have been attempts to create a progressive-libertarian alliance since Rothbard was around and it never works. Ron Paul's idea of libertarian Republicans and progressive Democrats coming together to dismantle the security state, the drug war, and interventionism was a naive fantasy. He doesn't understand what progressivism is and where it comes from. There will be no alliance. They hate you. They hate Ron Paul. And they always will.
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  • osan's Avatar
    07-11-2020, 09:13 PM
    A big problem with nearly anything that human beings do centers on insufficiencies in communication. This is especially significant where politics are concerned. Consider the criminal justice system. How many of you are aware that the law dictionaries upon which lawyers and judges rely have absolutely pathetic definitions of terms such as "law" (!!!) and "crime"? Seriously guys, get your hands on copies of various law dictionaries such as Black's and Bouvier's (there are quite a few more, BTW) and look up those two terms. The definitions border on the idiotic. I have been thinking that there exists a set of terms for which scientifically rigorous definitions should exist for many reasons including but not limited to removing the ability of politicians and other agents of the Tyrant from doing what they do so successfully, which is to twist and manipulate word meanings to suit their agendas. What so you all think of the idea and would you be willing to help with it? A list of terms vital to the cause of liberty would be the first step. And if anyone has a better name for this endeavor, I'm all ears.
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    07-09-2020, 09:15 PM
    I've read several accounts of nurses in various locales sending in unused swabs, every single one of them coming back as positive. While I have no way of confirming the veracity of these reports, I can also not confirm for absolutely certain that I exist. I am, therefore, given to some measure of doubt as to the actual nature of this bug. One thing of which I am confident is that we are being played like cheap fiddles.
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    07-09-2020, 07:48 PM
    The problem with the article lies in his choice of terms. Attempting to force "social justice" into the libertarian mold only serves to mangle and obfuscate clear semantics and thereby clear communication. I appreciate the spirit of the passage, but in very pragmatic terms it fails, especially given the poor habits and apparently low IQ of the Meaner. IOW, I'm thinking the author is being gratuitously clever to the point many of the people who might benefit from his exposition walk away either bewildered or having grossly misunderstood the message. And I'm not sure what he means by "dwindling MAGAites". I am not convinced that Trump is losing support from his camp, but I am open to fact-based, rationally sound persuasion.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    07-09-2020, 04:44 PM
    Formalizing interpersonal violence on any scale would likely decrease it significantly.
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  • osan's Avatar
    07-08-2020, 04:01 PM
    He also gave us Meathead, so...
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    07-08-2020, 02:52 PM
    We should formalize deadly violence by bringing back legal duels to the death. They have to be agreed upon with a witness and a contract signed, just like the 18th Century. That's the real problem here; informal violence. We could stream em online too, probably get lots of views. There's never been a more perfect time for it.
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  • ThePaleoLibertarian's Avatar
    07-07-2020, 09:12 PM
    1280679072444678150 He gave them an in. What a fool.
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    07-07-2020, 08:52 PM
    That's it. It's over for him. He has no way to actually engage in the cultural space at all anymore. If he's lucky, he'll still be able to eek out a profession on the tech ghettos like bitchute, relegated to obscurity. Woke capital is coming for people and this is just the beginning.
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    07-06-2020, 09:18 PM
    Your quoted passage presents a semantic challenge, specifically in the use of "Lucifer". For one thing, is Luciferianism the same as "satansim"? Since that philosophy interests me not, I don't know. But if I assume they are synonyms, we then have the problem of whose definition of the term is in play. I did read LaVey's "Satanic Bible" long years ago and came to the conclusion that the silly man was simply re-branding anarchism, at least for the most part. There was nothing I can recall of the devil and that sort of rot. Of course, the work could have been a veiled presentation of some form of evil, intended for consumption by irredeemably stoopid American youngsters in seek of free shit, in this case freedom that costs them nothing. I did not, however, come away with the impression that he was peddling traditional notions of the Evil One. The passage doesn't at all sound like LaVey's voice, as I recall it. But what does the speaker mean by "doctrine of Lucifer", exactly? If it's the anarchic creed, so to speak, I have no problem with it because while I strongly subscribe to the Christian ethic, I oppose with equal force what I perceive of the evil applications and lessons of the institutions calling themselves "Christian". Notions of "sin", "original sin", and how to view and deal with basic human nature are all repugnant to me. Humans have problems enough coming up from children into adulthood without having gratuitous and undeserved guilt and shame heaped upon them, so the deprecation and abandonment of institutions who practice such barbarity seems proper to me. Evil is an interesting thing - especially when institutionalized in the sense of there being a powerful cadre working to foist it upon the world. Who can be trusted? Which avenue of belief and, perhaps more importantly, practical application is better/best? I always find myself intrigued and at the same time appalled and in some ways even afeared when I read things such as the passage you quoted. Who is the speaker? What is he truly about? Are the intentions good, v. malevolent, and if the former are they of one competent to architect such broad socio-cultural designs? Sorry to ramble, but expressions such as this intrigue me to no end precisely because they are so difficult to assess for basic value without significantly more and better information. At the end of the day, I believe that teaching children what is right is not terribly difficult. Humans complicate and distort this sort of thing almost as matters of reflex, it often seems. It is such a shame, given that doing it right is so much simpler and easier. As if life weren't difficult enough.
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  • osan's Avatar
    07-06-2020, 06:39 PM
    Theye, having engaged in their sniffing actions to judge our "condition", assuming they deem us sufficiently softened up for the next step in humanity's devolution and diminution, one can but wonder what shall be the truly red delights to which we are to be subjected. Perhaps more war and disease to whittle down the population... i.e., the RIGHT population?
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  • osan's Avatar
    07-06-2020, 06:35 PM
    And yet...
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