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    Yesterday, 03:50 AM
    Put your money where your mouth is. Sell YOUR property for $2900, and use the money to buy a plane ticket to someplace where you can feel nice and safe, all walled in, like north korea or israel. Otherwise, Ron Paul put this sort of fear-mongering to rest back in 2007.
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    03-24-2019, 09:53 PM
    This author from Italy has written some of the more interesting articles. I haven't seen these particular numbers anywhere else. https://www.veteranstoday.com/2019/03/24/venezuela-arrested-for-terrroism-the-right-arm-of-guaido/
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    03-24-2019, 09:46 PM
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand_Police#Police_and_civilian_deaths police have shot and killed seven people in the last ten years Of course there will be others. 7 people in 10 years for NZ, hardly trigger happy. Yes, it will be interesting to see how "full retard" the kiwis go, now that they are being subjected to similar NWO false flags and propaganda (including the censorship).
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    03-24-2019, 07:28 PM
    And that's how many, in how many years, in NZ? VS. how many per day, in the US?
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    03-24-2019, 04:56 PM
    It will be interesting to see if and how things change there, to what extent the kiwis will fall for a NWO false flag and propaganda campaign. Currently, trigger-happy cops aren't a problem in NZ, they don't even carry guns on their person. No information in the OP as to if the cops were armed at the event.
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    03-24-2019, 04:48 PM
    Probably continue to laugh at how gullible the American electorate is.
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    03-24-2019, 01:40 PM
    So now the plot becomes more clear. So far, still no presenting of actual evidence of how the sabotage to the electric infrastructure happened, even though two people were supposedly caught red-handed. But evidence seems to be emerging that trump is tied to the coup attempt, at least indirectly (so far). The plan seems to be take foreign based assets such as banks, use them to hire non-US mercenaries and assassins, and train them in Colombia. Perhaps bolton's "5000 troops" are doing the training? If so, this would appear to be a way to maintain plausible deniability. And again, it's only the foreign media that is reporting this stuff! Supposedly the US "liberal media" is against trump, but they won't report on these sort of horrible foreign policy decisions and actions. https://sputniknews.com/latam/201903241073500846-maduro-guaido-assassination-plot/ https://www.rt.com/news/454604-venezuela-guaido-maduro-assassination/
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    03-15-2019, 04:11 PM
    Silly you. Nothing was out of context, I merely separated your answer from the useless tripe. The only intellectual dishonesty here is your thinking that spying on everyone will somehow only be used against illegal immigrants, that this is somehow justified, and that you are not directly in opposition to Ron Paul. By all means, please keep the comedy rolling, and allow everyone to watch you gladly lick the boot of your Authoritarian Idol yet again.
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    03-15-2019, 03:35 PM
    If you feel that that is true, then perhaps it would be a good idea to question them directly as to why, in a diplomatic manner. There is much that they can learn from you, just as you may be able to learn something from them, if Ron Paul's advice is followed.
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    03-15-2019, 03:26 PM
    Excellent to hear that you have also taken Ron Paul's advice. THIS is exactly how we win hearts and minds! BINGO! You nailed it with your response! In the first part of your statement, these observed attributes go directly against a socialist or entitlement mentality. Think about how our culture teaches from an early age that the only important thing is "winning" or coming out ahead of the other guy, no matter if you have to lie, cheat, or steal to do it. In many other cultures, people are taught to help one another and cooperate with each other. Sadly, it is a misconception that people do feel that a nanny state government is the best way to do that, just as people in our own culture feel the same way. However, the flaws in thinking that government is the best tool for that are easily understood, if the time is taken to engage in a diplomatic way to explain the flaws in that thinking. Repeatedly, I've personally found that the traits mentioned in the first part of you post easily cut through any confusion.
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    03-15-2019, 02:18 PM
    That is true, if said people have no understanding of the causes of those economic conditions. What have immigrants personally said to you, that indicates no understanding or a false understanding of economic conditions that inspired them to come here? ETA: Your statement underscores Ron Paul's position of WHY it is important to engage with other people who may think differently on a diplomatic basis. If they can be brought to an understanding of what undermines prosperity without attacking their political beliefs, then those political beliefs are called into question.
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    03-15-2019, 02:10 PM
    So you would argue that expansion of the police state is worthwhile because more illegal immigrants could be caught or that person might be doing other things that are good, and that it is narrowminded to think otherwise, correct?
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    03-15-2019, 02:02 PM
    What philosophy is that? Being able to make a better living doesn't sound like a socialist, entitlement, or killing field type of mentality to me. Excellent to hear that you have also followed Ron Paul's advice!
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    03-15-2019, 01:54 PM
    How can you support Ron Paul, if his position is one of opposition to anyone expanding the police state? How can one person who expands the police state be infinitely better than another person who expands the police state? Are you saying that it is infinitely better to have one person expand the police state in a different way than another person might? Or are you saying that an expansion of the police state is acceptable because of something else that that person did, or might do? Ron Paul's position is to not support any expansion of the police state at all, and any way or degree of doing so is unacceptable.
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    03-15-2019, 01:40 PM
    Well, it certainly isn't because they hate us for our freedoms and want to vote for socialists, to commit crimes, or just for a welfare check. Does anyone really think that those things would be worth the risk of death? Obviously, just in the fact that this is happening, there must be some other reasons and motivations that are much more powerful. It's pretty easy to find out what those reasons are, all you have to do is talk to people who have come here from some other country, and ask them yourself why they came here. Try listening to the real reasons firsthand, rather than accepting the propaganda of the isolationists, police-staters, and racists. Ron Paul states that it is best to engage with people who are supposedly enemies, talk to them in an exchange of ideas and diplomacy, and follow the golden rule. Those who oppose Ron Paul will state otherwise, and attempt to mock him and his supporters.
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    03-15-2019, 01:06 PM
    There was enough conclusive evidence with the stuxnet thing and Iran. Venezuela claims that the Russian cybersecurity experts are helping their investigation. Surely the initial evidence will only be enough to get a patsy, but the entire truth of the matter will eventually come out, hopefully sooner rather than later. Shouting louder and more often isn't winning anything, and this is done only as an attempt to make people believe that freedom is not as popular as Ron Paul says it is. You can't beat liberty out of people by shouting louder and more often, any more than you can export democracy with a war.
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    03-15-2019, 12:46 PM
    In addition to the electric infrastructure, multiple sources also indicate a refinery being attacked yesterday. Still waiting for any hard evidence on who was behind the attacks, but here's an interesting comment from a Russian diplomat: http://tass.com/politics/1048826 What information, from what other sources? Where are the developments of Venezuela's own investigation of the incidents? Where are the reports of the inspectors from other countries that have been called in to help investigate?
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    03-15-2019, 12:26 PM
    Ron Paul's position is to end the government spying on everyone, period. The rationalization for government spying has simply shifted from terrorists, to illegal immigrants. Ron Paul repeatedly states that spying is unnecessary to fight both terrorism and illegal immigration, and that these pretexts are simply being used to rationalize expansion of the police state and spy on EVERYONE. The trumpettes and shylls directly oppose and mock Ron Paul, and claim that "any and all means" must be used to catch criminals, whether they be terrorists or illegal immigrants. A genuine Ron Paul supporter would not make this claim, yet the site owners and mods condone Ron Paul and his supporters to be openly mocked. The trumpettes and shylls claim to be Ron Paul supporters, yet will refuse to disavow their Authoritarian Idol when shown that trump's actions directly oppose Ron Paul. The expansion of the police state under trump targets EVERYONE, not just the indicated scapegoat.
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    03-14-2019, 11:36 PM
    A bully who has no substance to what they say will simply outshout anyone who dares to disagree with them (or their Authoritairan Idol), almost always using the most emotionally imflamatory and divisive terms possible. Look at the average post count, and compare it to that of any legitimate Ron Paul supporter here. Then examine how well their empty rhetoric and tactics compare with Ron Paul's message of freedom bringing people together rather than dividing them, and following the golden rule. It doesn't take much to figure out what such people are really doing here, and it's shameful that the site owner and mods willfully condone this deliberate opposition to the site mission and conduct guidelines.
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    03-14-2019, 07:03 PM
    https://techcrunch.com/2019/03/13/ice-license-plates-immigrants/ So, do the trumpettes and shylls disavow their Authoritarian Idol and support Ron Paul? Or will they argue endlessly for turning our country into north korea or east germany, because it's easier to catch more criminals?
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    03-14-2019, 12:26 PM
    It was by design. Go back to the spring 2016 evaluation thread. Willfully ignoring the results of the evaluation and refusing to enforce the site mission and guidelines resulted in most of the genuine Ron Paul supporters leaving. Nothing can be done about how the site owner treats their private property, but it can certainly be called out. I've been following the Venezuela situation pretty closely, and it's been interesting to see how different media sources are reporting it. I'm waiting for the hard evidence to be produced that the US was behind the blackouts. So far, all evidence is circumstantial, but trump, his cabinet minions, CIA, and the rube do seem to have their thumbprints all over it.
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    03-14-2019, 11:57 AM
    This puts the shylls in a difficult position. It is time for them to own what they have been shylling for, they either support for their Authoritarian Idol and thus support endless unConstitutional wars and oppose Ron Paul, or they support Ron Paul and disavow support for their Authoritarian Idol. Likewise, the RPF site owner and mods have a similar choice. Either the site and site mission supports Ron Paul and no longer allows the shylling to continue, or the site and site mission opposes Ron Paul by continuing to not enforce the site guidelines and mission statement. The mask is about to fully come off. The shylls will attempt to distract from the issue by making this about socialists, but this has nothing to do with socialists, this is about US foreign policy as directed by their Authoritarian Idol and the cabinet members that he can fire at any time. If anyone supporting Ron Paul and speaking against foreign intervention is laughed at or mocked, then the shylls are really laughing at and mocking Ron Paul, just as they have been doing here with the full sanctioning and approval of the site owner and mods.
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    03-12-2019, 04:24 PM
    Learning something is never unproductive. To argue something so ridiculous is sure a lot less productive than cutting the cost of government by transitioning the cost of translations to user fees for those who may want such services.
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    03-12-2019, 04:23 PM
    Hey, what a nice shiny object to look at over here! Meanwhile, another regime change operation moving forward that isn't inherited from obomba. Good thing the swamp has been drained of people like abrams and bolton, right?
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    03-12-2019, 11:36 AM
    Requiring legal proceedings and other government actions to be conducted in English would be a good thing, it would allow the elimination of thousands of government translator positions, or allow those positions to be self-funded by only making government translators available on a user-fee basis (this same idea can also be applied to schools). The reality is that most immigrants already know at least some English, at least enough to get by, but not always or necessarily enough that legal proceedings can be conducted fairly. I've personally met many whose English is better than that of many Americans, but only a few that speak virtually none. There is no legal requirement to speak any particular language, and to do so would be an expansion of government. But at the same time, immigrants themselves should bear the responsibility (and thus the cost, if any) of learning English or obtaining translation services, rather than having translation provided by means of tax revenue. If you're going to go to another country that speaks another language, it only makes sense to learn at least enough of it to basically communicate with the population there. The flip side of this is that the US is one of the very few countries that the vast majority of the population is ignorant enough to only speak one language, it is common in most countries for most people to know at least some of two or three languages, and this is one reason that Americans are seen as ignorant, stupid, and isolationist by much of the world.
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    03-11-2019, 04:15 PM
    Advocating for the government to "protect culture" is advocating for government indoctrincation. No need to worry about common core if the Department Of Education was eliminated.
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    03-11-2019, 03:57 PM
    Why would an authoritarian police-stater want to impeach another authoritarian police-stater? A statement of it "not being worth it" is hardly necessary.
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    03-10-2019, 01:17 AM
    Please do not continue the dishonesty of claiming that I said the opposite of what I said. My words are plain enough, and so are Ron Paul's. Enjoy your evening.
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    03-10-2019, 12:17 AM
    When a terrorist organization announces that they want to attack the US, not letting people come in from that country is wise policy for providing a strong national defense. Nothing inflammatory or collectivist there at all. Enforcing existing immigration laws can be done without furthering the police state or expansion of government. Removing "incentives" for illegal immigration is part of shrinking government that should be done anyways. Ron Paul spoke extensively about how anything beyond that is both destructive to our freedom, and isolationist. He spoke extensively about engaging constructively with the rest of the world as a means of exporting freedom and democracy by leading and providing an example, rather than at the point of a gun. Being tough on immigration, having secure borders, and providing for a strong national defense can be accomplished without the hate and fear-mongering, this was absolutely part of Ron Paul's platform. What happens when the rest of the world decides that all Americans are "invaders", "socialist", "communists", "welfare leeches", "anarchists", "criminals", "rapists", etc, etc, etc? Is this really what we want to sow, and thus reap? Ron Paul spoke extensively that our policy towards the rest of the world should be the golden rule.
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