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    Today, 09:16 AM
    Indeed. We can be certain that Theye will be doing exactly this, regardless of what it truly represents. I might point out to you that the "Jewish people" have, by and large, been maximally useful idiots for Themme. Two groups whom I would have expected to be stalwart supporters of, and fighters for liberty - Jews and Negroes - have statistically turned out to be the biggest supporters of bald-faced tyranny on the planet. Were I serious about "never again", I would be 100.1% working toward universal respect for human rights, ALL OF THEM, and especially the Second Amendment's guarantees.
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    Today, 08:39 AM
    This is all quite fascinating in terms of the possibilities here. I fully acknowledge that what shows, prima facie, may well be what is going on - buffoons having overstepped the lines, now repairing to what they hope will be saving ground. But I would once again warn against relief beyond that felt with great reserve and caution. Theye have managed global tyranny and stand close to a final hegemony. I remain unbelieving that Theye will simply stop and count their blessings, which is the very stoogery that may prove their undoing. Time may tell. Zoom out to 50K foot view and what do we see? "Government" stooges standing in widespread discredit, the vulgar masses near boiling. Are Theye truly so stupid as to not see that they have wandered past the wire? So sorry, but I do not for a moment accept that Theye are quite such dullards, which means that they are up to something, none of it good. Now turn your eyes not to what is happening, but what is not, and here I speak of America specifically. A year ago the useful idiots of the left were still busily burning cities like Portland and now nothing? Those activities stopped almost over night with the ouster of Trump. Had the rioting been of "organic" origins, sudden cessation would have been an impossibly unlikely event, and yet here we are. Not a word about it in media, save for things like this lame reporting by the NY Post, 6 June 2020, which began: "More than two dozen suspected Antifa rioters have been charged in Portland in thepast two weeks"
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    Yesterday, 11:43 PM
    I chuckle, if a bit nervously, at all the hoopla regarding this "collapse". While I well understand why people choose to believe that Theye have suffered some sort of defeat in all this, I caution every breathing soul not to take what is possibly bait. We are speaking about an issue of global human politics, and as such there is very little that can be safely taken for granted. As @RJB noted above, what do Theye have next in store for us? And trust yourself that there is something next. Global dominion is in Theire sights, is on the near-horizon, and they are not going to simply stop, even if this apparent defeat is precisely what it seems. They will either change tack or redouble their efforts with... what? A global plague that will go well farther than this mere cold They have foisted upon you to trim the loose ends of the elderly from the Book of Life? And who cares if these popinjays find themselves publicly backpedaling if the damage they sought to inflict has already been done? It should be clear to all of you that this entire affair has undeniably been in very large part a psywar campaign. That apsect alone has doubtlessly been of value to Themme, for the intelligent despot is always assessing the condition of his chattel, leaving nothing to chance. With Theire ultimate victory so close at hand, and I do feel this to be the case, they are unlikely to be so foolish as to be so careless, and only a fool would assume otherwise. We have on our hands a DNA-altering program, what I like to call a "biogram", the structure of which has been kept from public scrutiny. We have no idea whether what we have been told about it is true even in the least, much less if it is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. What other alterations might be hiding in the tendrils of this biogrammatic "vaccine" that has now been introduced into a vast majority of all the people on the planet? Could there be time-bombs lurking as Easter eggs, waiting to be triggered through some widespread environmental signal, or just as a matter of time? We perforce cannot know one way or another, and given the standard of fare for all dealings with government, is there any basis for trusting anything Theye tell us? We are in in deep, black, and uncharted waters here, kiddies. Do not do yourselves the dishonor of reveling in this apparent defeat of Theire most recent stab, for you may be effectively cheering for your own destruction. Trust nothing you see or hear, no matter how good it may seem. Until the day comes that people grow up and learn how to govern their own lives with intolerance to the Tyrant, we will not be able to trust that water remains wet, for Theye have their hands in everything you may care to name and are worming their way ever more deeply into even the most seemingly uninteresting aspects of our lives. Don't be surprised if one day your sphincter shows up on a "government" database, documenting all the ways in which you wipe, for the prudent tyrant weaponizes everything.
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    01-18-2022, 10:26 PM
    And so it goes to my assertion that nothing I have ever written is in any way new or even original, save by myself for myself. I consider myself to be very poorly read, mostly because I am what is likely the slowest reader ever born. But in a way this has been an advantage to me because I have had to dope all my ideas out almost exclusively on my own, having gotten but a few basic notions from others. Being of comparatively low intelligence, I need to do the heavy lifting on my own in order to cement my understanding and to ensure to myself that my views are at least reasonably sound. But to read this gives me some measure of satisfaction in reinforcing my suspicion that I am at least marginally on the right track on such matters. Thanks for posting this.
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    01-18-2022, 09:26 PM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/kill-tyrant.html How do we effectively neuter the Tyrant without resorting to open war as the party to fire the first shot? How do we reduce the Tyrant to irrelevancy? In a word, we starve him.
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    01-17-2022, 08:18 PM
    Day is still young.
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    01-17-2022, 08:17 PM
    I'd not concern myself too much over this, though I would keep the awareness of this alive and current. If things go that way, we will have crossed a line that will either kick off open warring or the end of the last vestiges of our freedoms. It Theye can get away with such a thing, we will in point of fact have waltzed right past the last mile marker for redemption.
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    01-15-2022, 01:53 AM
    I listened to the orals on this and have to say that American "jurisprudence" is, at best, a train wreck. I also listened to orals on the 2A case against NYS. What is so disgusting in listening to these vermin who call themselves "justice" is that they never address these issues in terms of fundamental principles - you know, basic human rights and all that apparent rot - but rather in the context of irrelevancies such as "text and tradition". Perhaps we should re-visit Jim Crow and lynchings on with "text and traditions" as the standards of reassessment, eh? "It is our finding that having a good old lynching Friday nights is indeed a fine and ancient tradition that ought not be disrespected. Then there's all the writins' 'o dem grand dragons dat say dem darkies gotsta go! So git yer guns, yer horses, and some good stiff rope 'n go hang yerselves a couple 'a niggrahs 'n send d'rest back t'Afrikka where tradition says they belong.' They didn't even cite WHICH traditions or texts, that I can recall, but spoke only in general vagaries. What in hell goes on there? Every time they get specific, it is ALWAYS against our freedoms and never in favor. Are these people insane?
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    01-14-2022, 05:38 PM
    I'd be more inclined to see them as international terrorists.
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    01-14-2022, 04:54 PM
    I'm assuming on a list or two... especially after my little tete-a-tete with DHS at Newark airport back in '13. I don't think the FBI was too happy with me, either.
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    01-13-2022, 08:49 PM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/lemons-to-lemonade.html Democrats have been pushing for a so-called "voting rights" bill, HR4. Scanning the document, it is a nightmare of indirection such that anyone seeking the least hope of divining so much as a scrap of reliable meaning from it would have to engage in significant labor, going step-by-step, inserting and removing text from the extant statutes as the legislation proposes to amend. I have discerned a few nuggets, none of them looking good for liberty, but cannot claim to have done so sufficiently to form an intelligent assessment of the bill. Suffice to say that it is an act of Congress, which in itself should set anyone with an IQ into a state of deep suspicion and high alert. My purpose here is to offer a raving mad idea about which to think in terms of possible future chicanery on the part of sitting Democrats and their political machinery. I hope that by putting this idea out, perhaps it will aid in some small way to thwart any such notion on their parts, having been forestalled though exposure. We must remain alert because where politics are concerned, nearly anything is possible.
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    01-11-2022, 07:11 AM
    As I just now noted in another post, Theye are now engaging in what clearly appears as a damage control campaign to forestall and mitigate the potential consequences to come in the wake of what currently appears to be the in-progress collapse of the official covid narrative. But what if there is something far more sinister at work here? How could it be more so than what we've enjoyed since 2019? Glad you asked. Some may recall that at the beginning of all of this I offered the obviously paranoid thought that this could all be a prelude to something far worse - that the objective of this covid deal is to fatigue the population to such a point that no longer do they trust a word Theye say, nor will they obey orders. This appears to be coming to pass. The fatigue bit is now long-established. People are just worn the hell out by the endless bad news, the idiotic mandates, the fear mongering, the seemingly endless phalanx of new "variants", the guilt-shame campaigns and demonizing of those who are not quite buying the baloney, and so forth. Entire populations are now openly protesting in Europe, Canada, and Australia, clearly fed-up to their eyeballs with Theire gross excesses of abuse and the threats they now clearly present to the people at large, not to mention the young. Scanning various outlets, the sentiments of this state of being fed-up can be well nutshelled by a single statement I saw posted just this morning which read, "I will never trust public health officials again", which brings me directly to the point I wish to make.
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    01-11-2022, 06:06 AM
    As I do my meager scans of media outlets, I have noted in the past few days what appears now to be something of a trend in both media and from certain official sources such as CDC. I was not quite sure about it at first and cannot say I am now, though my suspicions are far stronger today. The relevant parties, what we might refer to as the "Themme" of the covid narrative, now appear to be engaging in what strongly resembles damage control. Out of their backsides CDC suddenly pull a clear backpedal to the "death by covid" claims of about one million Americans, stating that as much as 75% of those attributions may have been wrong, due in most part to co-morbidities. And yet, just a week or two ago those of us who have pointed this out for the past two years were still being labeled as "conspiracy theorists". Right. I just watched a CNN clip where some CDC director put it out that up to 75% of reported covid deaths were not due to covid. This is a stark departure from previous claims, leading me to suspect that as this narrative collapses under its own ponderous lie-mass, those who have been peddling this baloney just might be wondering whether their own necks might be heading toward some accountability. They must be smart enough to see that their careers are on the line, at the very least. This clear reversal has been sudden and fairly violent, leading me to wonder what is really going on here.
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    01-10-2022, 04:44 PM
    It will be instructive to observe where this all ends up and how Theye try to explain it away. What twist will they try to employ?
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    01-09-2022, 09:38 AM
    osan created an article Freedom Begins With You in Top News
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-warriors-path-perfect-trajectory-to.html A good thing that has emerged during this time of festering tyranny is the awakening of growing numbers of people to the greater truths of freedom. Hard times tend to make good men, but unlike in times past, we now have a global information network, the broader effects of which I suspect were something which Theye failed to take into account. Of late Theye have been attempting to bring the public forum of information exchange under greater control through cancel culture and other measures. The good news is that thus far Theye have been mostly failing, despite their ever more seemingly frantic efforts to silence dissent and defiance. Opinions regarding the quality of humanity's future vary widely from the pollyanna to the apocalyptic. Those on the more naively optimistic end speak often of their faith that liberty and good shall ultimately triumph. I share the hope of it, but insofar as the faith bit...
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    01-08-2022, 02:18 PM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-warriors-path-perfect-trajectory-to.html A good thing that has emerged during this time of festering tyranny is the awakening of growing numbers of people to the greater truths of freedom. Hard times tend to make good men, but unlike in times past, we now have a global information network, the broader effects of which I suspect were something which Theye failed to take into account. Of late Theye have been attempting to bring the public forum of information exchange under greater control through cancel culture and other measures. The good news is that thus far Theye have been mostly failing, despite their ever more seemingly frantic efforts to silence dissent and defiance. Opinions regarding the quality of humanity's future vary widely from the pollyanna to the apocalyptic. Those on the more naively optimistic end speak often of their faith that liberty and good shall ultimately triumph. I share the hope of it, but insofar as the faith bit...
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    01-08-2022, 10:25 AM
    Why discuss it? Why not just leave? There are several other sites. Youtube enjoys the advantage of being first to the punch. EMI did also when they invented the CAT scanner. Now they are just another low-rent record label. Imagine that - having gone from a world-leader in bleeding-edge medical technology, to just another name in a dying industry. What I'd do were I Rand, or whomever, is use youtube as my forwarding service. Post the announcement on youtube and nothing more. "We've moved to rumble.com. Come on over, join us, and leave youtube in your rearview mirror!" Let youtube take action against THAT and justify it, which would serve only to further assassinate themselves in the eyes of an ever growing number.
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    01-07-2022, 04:41 PM
    They keep referring to "money". There is no money, but only currency. This is important and people need to stop using words incorrectly. That aside, everyone in the video seems to be missing a few vital points. Firstly, all else equal, the single most important factor in economic health, whether individual, corporate, state, whatever, is proportion. One's health is measured by the proportion of the whole that one possesses, again all else equal. The way that Theye rob us through inflation is thusly: let us say the entire economy is 10 million monetary units. The eville™ bankers or corporate interests hold 2.5 million units, or 25% of the total asset value of the nation, try rest in the hands of the great multitude of rabble who presumably work for their livings. Theye decide it is time to increase the proportion of their holdings, but they don't want to have to work for it like the suckers have to. So they decide to crank up the printing presses and generate 15 million more monetary units, of which 12.5 millions go into their pockets, perhaps directly, perhaps through some tortuously circuitous path of indirection. Either way, their holdings have increased by 500%, whereas the rabble have increased their numbers by only 100%. Theye now own 15 million units, the rabble 5 millions. The proportion of the economy now held by Themme has risen from 25% to 80%, just like that, and that of the rabble from 75% to 20%. Theye are enriched, the rabble butt-raped in grand style. In the real world the proportions do not shift that extremely, but they do shift, and always upward in proportion for Themme; always downward for the rest. This is all treated very much as a zero-sum, and validly so, regardless of how much real expansion of the economy may occur via added value. All one need ask at any given time is "what proportion do I hold?", in order to understand his position relative to the whole. Dr. Paul's speculation that the Fed is likely busying themselves with filling their pants in anticipation of things going out of control might be on point, or not. So long as Theye can maintain the proportion of their holdings in this world, or grow them, it makes no matter whatsoever what happens to the currency. Granted, the fate of the rabble must still be taken into careful consideration to a degree, lest they awaken and decide the time has come to slit all the right throats. But short of overstepping this single line, so far as I can see Theye really don't. have all that much to worry about.
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    01-07-2022, 09:03 AM
    This is precisely so. You get what you reward. But imagine being so corrupted with weakness that you would gleefully heave your own issue into the flames in exchange for that which you think you want more than them! There are many who would condemn me for this position, but when It hits, I will shed not one tear for those who chose the rotten path for themselves. Those who are consumed as they cling to their honor and integrity will have earned my regret. Conflagration of the rest will be of vanishing compensation for the loss of even one good soul, but I will take it, even if just fractions of a second prior to my own sticky end. It may prove a short revel, but revel I shall.
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    01-07-2022, 01:38 AM
    https://freedomisobvious.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-seemingly-absurd-common-response-to.html Today I am noting large numbers of people who wonder why so many others have bought into the transparently absurd narrative of this so-called "pandemic" of the SARS Cov-2 virus. I believe there is a very good and clear cause underpinning it. The bottom line insofar as the reasons for participation in such absurdities is comfort. All people chase comfort, there being no exceptions. Comfort may be manifested in the particulars differently between individuals, at times widely so. But at the bottom of it all lies a state of being to which people strongly wish to attach themselves, which we may call "comfort". The alcoholic finds comfort in his bottles, the heroin addict in being dissociated from gruesome reality. There's the CEO who, having to navigate the stresses of responsibility for so many lives, escapes on Saturday nights when he gives himself over to the girl with the whip and rubber clothing. There is not a single human being on this planet who does not chase comfort in some form. It is part and parcel of what we are as living beings. When the stresses of life overwhelm, people will accept almost any proposition that promises to relieve their individual burdens, which is the comfort they seek. And so here we are, two years into raving, transparent lunacy with people having been stupefyingly compliant to the most obviously idiotic governmental edicts, ostensibly aimed at protecting the "public health".
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    01-06-2022, 01:40 AM
    That depends on how you proceed. Safe your assets in a place the feds will not be able to find them, if you have such a location. When they come, remain utterly silent. They may still drag you to the hoosegow, but in that case they would have done so in any event. Become as a black hole. Give them NOTHING.
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    01-05-2022, 07:22 PM
    Something I'd always found revolting was the snobbery of people with college degrees toward those without. Now that most university degrees are worth less than nothing, it seems people are beginning to see the virtues of becoming a well-trained technical worker.
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    01-05-2022, 07:15 PM
    Having misspent a couple years as a NYC teacher (still gives me hives if I think too much on it), I can tell you that public schools are THE most toxic environments on the planet. Chernobyl cannot hold a candle to an American public school. I remember in 1974 our principal got on the PA in his lame attempt to be "cool", telling us to do our thing and all that hippie filth. Some days later my friend Mark McLaughlin had his paintings on display in one of the hallways, courtesy of Mrs. Foreman the art teacher. Principal saw the nude he'd painted, blew his anal glands and took all the paintings down, placed in his office. Get this shit - he PUBLICLY announced over the PA that the paintings would be burned. That weekend someone managed to get into his office and make off with the paintings. Sheriffs, cops... Jesus the stink that that ball-licker raised, swearing he'd find out who did it and that they'd go to prison, etc. Few things in the world do I hate, but public schools are at the top of my list right after child rapists, hippies, and a few other things I'll keep to myself. Had I had children in pub school and had they been treated as you were, I'd have ended up in jail... right after paying the school a visit.
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    01-04-2022, 06:07 PM
    That's nothing new. Back in '84 when I started my graduate degree in computer science, those assholes at CCNY tried to sandbag me at registration, saying that if I didn't have proof of vaccinations, I could not register. I responded by using NYC political correctness against them, accusing them of violating my 1A right to freedom of religion. They tried to corner me by asking what is the name of my religion, but they were cheap-suit amateurs and I told them it was an irrelevancy and that I was under no obligation to tell them. So finally they caved and said I had to provide a written statement of my religious objection. So I sat at a table in an infirmary office, wrote my write and off to registration I went. The only thing I can think of is that it was some lame attempt at evading liability. They did say that if there were to be some epidemic outbreak, that I would not be able to attend class. By that time I was pretty much yawning openly at them and waving my hand in urging them to finish. Even in those days, stupid and fear-ridden people turned my stomach and I would show my contempt for them at any opportunity. Yeah, I know where I'm going when I die.
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    01-04-2022, 12:24 PM
    I’m thinking you may be right.
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