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    Today, 01:53 PM
    Not really. The majority of society is in favour of those things because they do not have wood stoves and they know someone that heard of someone that struggles from a neighbour that has a wood fired stove. I can see how in the inner city you may not want everyone to have a wood burning stove. That said, it's very renewable and fire is the one thing that separates us most from the animals. There are many animals that have emotions, use tools, make plans, build housing, have a community, but I haven't heard of an animal yet that makes fire. Humans have made fire for a long time, anyone that has made a campfire before knows it's in our genes.
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    Today, 01:22 PM
    Great Reset: Britons Face £300 Fine For Burning Wood to Keep Warm https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2023/02/01/great-reset-britons-face-300-fine-for-burning-wood-to-keep-warm/ KURT ZINDULKA 1 Feb 2023 The UK government has told local authorities to crack down on people using wood-burning stoves to keep warm with fines of £300 or potentially criminal prosecutions for those who continually refuse to abide by state climate diktats. Amid the energy crisis in Britain, which came to fruition in large part as a result of the Conservative Party-led governments over the past ten years obsession with implementing globalist green agenda policies while refusing to tap the nation’s more reliable natural resources such as natural gas, the use of wood-burning stoves have soared.
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    Today, 01:19 PM
    The way I read it was this: - Does Whoopi mean that beatings of white people should be shown on TV, and should no longer be censored or swept under the rug? I saw her remarks as pretty right on & not against white people.
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    Today, 12:12 PM
    I'd just swap around the last two. Nukes, then the Final Solution: man made plague with a 98 percent mortality rate.
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    Today, 08:26 AM
    Nikki Haley Set to Launch Presidential Bid on February 15 Britain grinds to a halt as half a million workers go on strike California cops shoot dead double amputee, 36, as he tries to run away from them on his stumps: Police department says officers feared he was going to 'throw his knife at them' Connecticut Parents Arrested for Letting Kids, Ages 7 and 9, Walk to Dunkin' Donuts Minnesota Lawmakers Ban Coal, Oil And Gas For State’s Electricity Grid
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    Today, 05:47 AM
    Proverbs 4:20-21 My son, attend to my words; incline thine ear unto my sayings. Let them not depart from thine eyes; keep them in the midst of thine heart.
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    Today, 05:09 AM
    Pfizer Exec TURNS VIOLENT After Being Exposed In Undercover Video After realizing that what he thought was a hot date was actually an undercover operation run by Project Veritas, Pfizer’s Director of Research and Development- Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning Jordan Tristan Walker staged a major freakout, calling the police, demanding that exits be locked and attempting to smash an iPad on the floor. Jimmy and Americans’ Comedian Kurt Metzger discuss Walker’s panic-stricken response to being exposed. https://rumble.com/v27girc-pfizer-exec-turns-violent-after-being-exposed-in-undercover-video.html v24ulby
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    Today, 05:09 AM
    Pfizer Exec ADMITS Company’s Evil Intentions For COVID Vaxx Muckraking conservative journalist James O’Keefe and his colleagues at Project Veritas have set their sights on Pfizer, and recently released an explosive video featuring Jordan Tristan Walker, the company’s Director of Research and Development- Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning, explaining Pfizer’s secretive research practices involving gain of function research mutating the COVID-19 virus, and how the revolving door between the pharmaceutical industry and regulatory agencies works to screw over the public. Jimmy and Americans’ Comedian Kurt Metzger discuss Walker’s comments, including his description of COVID as a “cash cow” for Pfizer. https://rumble.com/v27giq8-pfizer-exec-admits-companys-evil-intentions-for-covid-vaxx.html v24ulau
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    Michael Malice Brings Anarchy To The Jimmy Dore Show Podcaster, author and agent provocateur Michael Malice recently appeared on The Jimmy Dore Show to discuss his dedication to anarchism, the two-party system, the breakup of the Soviet Union and the comparative ways propaganda is disseminated through a population in totalitarian vs democratic states. Jimmy and Americans’ Comedian Kurt Metzger engaged in a wide-ranging conversation with Malice touching on all these topics and more. https://rumble.com/v27tbfi-michael-malice-brings-anarchy-to-the-jimmy-dore-show.html v257e0o
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    Russiagate: A New Deep Dive into the Media’s Stunning Lies, Corruption, & Complicity | SYSTEM UPDATE #32 "The @CJR just released a comprehensive, 4-part series recounting the media's shameful and reckless reporting on the Trump/Russia collusion hoax. We'll cover its key findings on this years-long media fraud." -- @SystemUpdate_ https://rumble.com/v27vze6-russiagate-a-worthwhile-deep-dive-into-the-medias-stunning-lies-and-corrupt.html v25a1zm
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    Today, 04:17 AM
    The press versus the president: Editor's Note Looking back on the coverage of Trump https://www.cjr.org/special_report/trumped-up-press-versus-president-ed-note.php Kyle Pope (30 January 2023) Seven and a half years ago, journalism began a tortured dance with Donald Trump, the man who would be the country’s forty-fifth president—first dismissing him, then embracing him as a source of ratings and clicks, then going all in on efforts to catalogue Trump as a threat to the country (also a great source of ratings and clicks). No narrative did more to shape Trump’s relations with the press than Russiagate. The story, which included the Steele dossier and the Mueller report among other totemic moments, resulted in Pulitzer Prizes as well as embarrassing retractions and damaged careers. For Trump, the press’s pursuit of the Russia story convinced him that any sort of normal relationship with the press was impossible. For the past year and a half, CJR has been examining the American media’s coverage of Trump and Russia in granular detail, and what it means as the country enters a new political cycle. Investigative reporter Jeff Gerth interviewed dozens of people at the center of the story—editors and reporters, Trump himself, and others in his orbit.
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    Today, 03:47 AM
    I completely disagree. That's what they count on, it's way past time to stop doing it.
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    Today, 03:45 AM
    Just more intimidation tactics, they've been doing it all along. It seems they picked the wrong gal to fuck with this time though.
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    Today, 01:45 AM
    All of that can be subsumed in my reference to their desire for more "power" and "control". It would not be enough for them merely to want the destruction of which you speak. They would also have to possess the ability to actually implement it - and by the means I noted, unchecked mass immigration would help provide them with (or bring them closer to) the degree of power and control necessary to achieve it. But as far as the particular point I was trying to make is concerned, it doesn't really matter what their ultimate aim might be. Even in the absence of such a goal as you describe, that point would remain: it doesn't really matter what the immigrants themselves actually want or believe, or what policies they would or would not support. Their mere presence in such large numbers, all by itself, will be (and is) used to justify and excuse the desired policies (regardless of what the ultimate goal of those policies may be). So long as significantly large numbers of immigrants are arriving here as a result of artificially political (rather than organically economic ) factors, it doesn't matter how decent or hard-working (or "libertarian", or whatever) some of those immigrants might be. Collectively and en masse, they are still just pawns and cat's-paws being used to empower a coalition of particular political factions to the detriment of liberty. An example of significantly large but organically "economic" immigration is the massive influx of Scots-Irish migrants into America in the 1800s. While this did have important political and cultural consequences (as any such large influx is apt to do), this was not the result of an intentional attempt to foster or engineer particular political outcomes (though it was certainly exploited "after the fact", so to speak, by politicians as best they could - because of course it was). The same can rarely (if at all) be said of today's (deliberate inculcation of) mass immigration. (As with so many other issues, the feds should never, ever have been permitted to have anything to say or do about it - and we are now living with the consequences of that failure.)
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    Today, 12:07 AM
    COVID must surely be the most accommodatingly civic-minded virus in history.
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    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    Probably not - not yet, anyway. But if things are ever going to get to that point, then stages like this will have to be gone through first. They have to learn to say "no" before they can be expected to say "hell, no! FAFO".
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    Yesterday, 11:41 PM
    It's even worse than that. Never forget: these are Marxist wreckers. They know millions and millions and millions of migrant invaders will do much more than increase their power in the existing structures of United States society and culture and government. That's some tempting window dressing for the fools and useful idiots we have an abundance of to lap up and keep them motivated. But ultimately, the goal is the utter destruction of those institutions.
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    Yesterday, 11:29 PM
    Of course you can stop it. We just lack the will.
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    Yesterday, 11:01 PM
    They can't stop what? All in-migration? I suppose they can't. But they can stop enticing, encouraging, and engineering these massive inorganic influxes we're seeing. They can do that, but they won't - because they know those influxes work to their political advantage. After all, that's exactly why they're enticing, encouraging, and engineering those influxes in the first place. Democrats in particular and leftists in general do not support so-called "open borders" immigration policies because they believe in the so-called "freedom to travel", or in the organic and economically natural "free flow of labor", or in any such things. They support it because it gives them more opportunities to gain more power. And this is true entirely regardless of what the political sensibilities of the immigrants themselves might be. The mere presence of such inordinate numbers is exploited as a justification for more government action and control (in the form of more spending programs, for just one of the more obvious examples), which in turn gives them yet more power and control over other sectors (such as health care, education, etc.).
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