• Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 07:13 AM
    And the noose tightens another notch...freedom is dead...now I'm just wondering how hard they will bet the corpse.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 06:52 AM
    Not to hijack the thread, but I would also point out that if someone wanted to take over an entire state, Wyoming would have been the better choice than dopey NH. NH is a bastion of ultra-left stupidity and has been a long while. The indigent people there generally have little interest in freedom, but only the pretty slavery upon which in their minds they have stenciled the moniker. People go in pissing upwind. I cannot imagine there would have been less sympathy for the move in WY. Tactically speaking, a population just over 500K in WY presents less of a problem than well over a million in NH, especially since it appears to be a body far more inclined to Constitutional governance than the pink-0 slime that befoul NH. I still cannot for the life of me grok what possessed people to choose NH. Why not, then, NJ?
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:04 AM
    For protecting them, by a mock Trial from punishment for any Murders which they should commit on the Inhabitants of these States...
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 05:59 AM
    I must be a bigger asshole than I thought. ;)
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:59 PM
    Well, I am sorry to hear that...but retiring probably won't improve his mood.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:41 PM
    Yes, I am well aware of that, and this is my other major issue with him: foreign intervention and military buildup. He's utterly wrong in that course of action, and in pandering to the "law and order" crowd. So, I oppose those things, which is the only thing my otherwise utterly worthless federal representation is good for.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:28 PM
    Aha, well now, that explains "retirement" doesn't it?
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:12 PM
    He has moved against the state numerous times, from backing out of TPP, to cutting UN funding, to signing EOs that direct the state to default to a position of the citizen being right first, to repealing regulations ranging from environmental to the educating of teachers. One the whole, I'm pretty impressed, actually, in what he has done and claims to want to do moving forward, and who he has appointed to run/reign in the out of control regulatory state, especially EPA. See, here is where I get confused: To listen to the hysterical, autistic screeching from the left, and from some on "our" side, Trump is the worst authoritarian fascist to ever come down the pike, a direct philosophical descendent of Adolf himself, and any day now, at his direction, squads of brownshirts will be fanning out and rounding people up for the ovens.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:17 PM
    An older, 2015, Milo Y column on the subject. Sexbots: Why Women Should Panic http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/09/16/sexbots-why-women-should-panic/ Sex with robots will be ‘the norm’ in 50 years, say experts. Men are considering the prospect with curiosity and a sense of humour. But academics and feminists are terrified and calling for them to be banned. Let me tell you why. Who, or what, men have sex with is the basis of our civilisation. It is the driving force behind our greatest accomplishments. Men don’t compete for abstract pleasure: they compete to bag the best mate. The internet, the pyramids and the moon landings would not exist were it not for man’s desire to have sex with woman.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:03 PM
    And here we see the practical virtues of closely-knit community. If like-minded people would establish such communities, after the first few such CPS agents left in body bags, we would see a quantum shift in government's habits of treading. Whether for the better... that would remain to be seen. We live in Empire, which is by its nature predatory. Empire inflames the inner predatory instincts of men in a morbid manner. Empire life is of a nature that similarly inflames the greed instinct far beyond its normal and healthy range of expression. Simple outer life inspires peaceable inner life, on the average. IMO, the complexities of Empire life drives human desire. Monument drives it. People see these huge contrivances of man and are inevitably driven to disrespect of their fellows for the sake of realizing their own grand vision. The greater out abilities to render great monuments into reality, the more drive we become on the average to want more of it and the less we are disposed to respect our fellows because we want what we want with so much suchness. We do not see this sort of thing, generally speaking, in tribal anarchic societies. There are exceptions - warlike tribes, but they seem to be a distinct minority. It seems very plausible to me that the over-stimulation of a man in these ways tends to result in the degradation of regard for one's fellows for the sake of those desires he would never be able to realize on his own. Therefore, he becomes willing to disregard the rights of his fellows for the sake of the collective agency that can realize his desires. This is, so far as I can tell, the basis of nearly all the "social" woes of Empire cultures since Sumer. It's a very simple scenario, actually. People become addicted to monument and achievement to such a morbid degree that they no longer care what others want. Beyond a threshold, the momentum of the mentality takes on a life of its own and all of a sudden disrespect of self and others becomes normalized to such an extent that those who do not get on the bandwagon become legitimized outcasts... at first. Eventually, they become criminalized and the next thing you know, its open season on them. This is the very pattern I have observed devolving over the course of my lifetime, the rate of advance having greatly accelerated since the world came to an end on 9/11/2001... and it did come to an end; it's just that most people have been unable or unwilling to see or accept this curious tidbit. Monument has driven endless greed, and Empire is all about monument. Empire came to us courtesy of the people of the middle-east, whose patriarchal filth has spread worldwide like a plague that now infects every crack and crevice of the earth. But I degress. Empire is fact, as is the likelihood that it will not be disappearing any time soon, if ever. Therefore, it perhaps behooves us to optimize freedom in the context of a social architecture that is inherently inimical to it. This would seem to suggest a path toward a sort of neo-feudalism in the face of ever more stridently violent and intrusive Empire such that these small and closely knit communities evolve such attitudes and practice that enable them to hold at arm's length those who would otherwise engage in actions such as that captioned in the OP.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:12 PM
    This is midbrain humanity. It categorizes and extrapolates. This is the most basic hard-wired survival mechanism beyond the primitive reflexes such as heartbeat, breath, irises, and so on. Getting away from its endless effort is exhausting. Perhaps, then, we ought not fight it but live within the limitation it sets? I say this because we have been doing the same things over and over, trying to be something we are not. How well has that worked out for us?
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:54 PM
    The effort has proven woefully inadequate. Generally speaking, humanity has proven the same.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:40 PM
    Well, with hundreds or thousands of examples of this sort of thing readily available for consumption, it becomes something of difficult for me to get too sympathetic for these parents who, in the wake of so many of these events, keep their children in public schools. It makes me think... think...
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:51 PM
    Well, if this pares their numbers significantly - say over 50%, I will have to call Obamacare an oblique success.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:06 AM
    Probably? Of course it is...and to phrase it as " believe in the deep state" is as ridiculous as Shaquille O'Neill saying "you believe in a round earth???" And it's also obvious that there was something in that surveillance that led the deep state to "trust" O-Bomb-Ya and Shrub before him, and Clinton before him and Shrub Sr. before him. Something triggered the deep state in Reagan and they shot him to get him in line, and then managed to run drugs and guns through the WH basement. I still don't know what to make of Trump, but something deep within the system is very upset with the notion of him as president.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:04 AM
    Good point(s).
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    Yesterday, 07:02 AM
    Might be a repost, but who cares?
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:48 AM
    Seems I have once again failed to make clear my point. I agree with all you write, but the point is that given the risks, how likely is this person, for example, to make a stand? I don't know if we have what it takes even to be good slaves anymore, much less anything better.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 11:15 PM
    I honestly can't believe that this is even a question. Of course he was under surveillance. Every single one of us is under surveillance.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 10:03 PM
    And here we sit, 40 views and probably a "one star" inbound, read on a website of fringe kooks. And you know this directed as much at me as anybody else... Because that's not what they do, mom. Of course you haven't done anything wrong...this is what happens in a police state...as CA is found of saying and so is Fish, "goons gonna goon"...this is what they do...this is what they are there for.
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  • osan's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 08:19 PM
    Great live version of Archangel Thunderbird by Amon Düül II.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 09:58 AM
    He just described the "deep state" which some say doesn't even exist. LOL - C'mon Andy, you know better than that. We haven't had anything close to "freedom" since the close of WW2. It was determined by that same deep state at the time, that freedom was too dangerous for us Mundanes to have.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 09:52 AM
    NSA Documents Prove Surveillance of Donald Trump & His Family https://www.infowars.com/nsa-documents-prove-surveillance-on-donald-trump-and-alex-jones/ Bombshell discovery shows targets of NSA's "Project Dragnet" Jerome Corsi | Infowars.com - March 20, 2017 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Infowars.com have obtained credible information from law enforcement sources regarding individual records of U.S. citizens under National Security Agency (NSA) electronic surveillance in the years 2004 through 2010 – a database that suggests both Donald J. Trump and Alex Jones were under illegal, unauthorized government monitoring during those years.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 09:45 AM
    According to Alex Jones and on Drudge, they claim to have proof that it was done, but no transcripts. Routing around to foreign intel agencies is old news, that is ECHELON, and us conspiracy kooks have been hollering about that for 30 years now.
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  • osan's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 09:31 AM
    Left-leaning humans comprise a vast raft of psychotics and economic ignorants. The most casual examination of the history of our positive past readily reveals that monopolies arise through government dispensation and not through free market conditions. Oligopolies are likewise given rise through government interference, whether positive or negative. Oligopolies and the ills they bring almost universally come about through some criminality. Were "government" competent and/or honest in the discharge of its duties to those they ostensibly serve, we would find at hand every instrument of Law needed to deal with such circumstances. The erection of artificial barriers to entry, for instance, violates the rights of others to enter the marketplace. This is clearly criminal and could be readily disposed through felony charges. How often do we see it? How often does "government" itself erect thosen very barriers at the lobbied behest of oligopolists, thereby freezing out competition? How often are the justifications by "government" for the regulations they pass, ostensibly for YOUR protection, reek with the stench of corruption? In reality, it is government that gives risento monopoly and oligopoly and decicedly not free markets. I would also point out that our markets have not been anything even remotely free for well over a century, so blaming them is the product of rank ignorance and the intentional peddling of outright lies.
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  • osan's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 08:54 AM
    This was expressed in the Protocols where it was asserted (paraphrasing) that those who refuse to use their brains are no different from those who have none.
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  • osan's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 08:49 AM
    IOW, appeals to reason made to the unreasoning are pointless. It's like having a phone conversation with the deaf. "I can see!" said the blind man to his deaf daughter.
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  • osan's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 08:44 AM
    He who is least willing to be bound shall prevail, all else equal. This is the basis of my notion of "least denominator". He who will stoop lowest, wins, AEE.
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  • osan's Avatar
    03-21-2017, 07:46 AM
    The question not addressed in the OP is whether the judge's assertions are true or if he fell for what would to my eyes be a wholly predictable ploy by his enemies, as well as those of Trump, Fox, and the "right" to chip away at the huge momentum of the current political tide. How could anyone not expect this? Was Napolitano set up like a bowling pin?
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