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    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    The end of days.
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    Yesterday, 08:30 AM
    Lessee... um... Americans? Just guessing.
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    Yesterday, 08:29 AM
    If one of those perverts began masturbating before their young audience, I would be surprised if any repercussions of any sort were to befall the stropping vermin.
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    Yesterday, 08:26 AM
    Caving to the kweer and the filth of the so-called "left"... how disappointing.
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    Yesterday, 08:18 AM
    One of the great ironies - almost a paradox of sorts - of so-called "cultural marxism" is that its success roots in to desire of its stooges for freedom. The difference there is that they are fed a lopsided notion of what constitutes actual and proper human freedom. They want all the perceived benefits of freedom, but do not want to assume any of the costs. A vast plurality of so-called "millennials", for example, define "freedom" as being able to put their naughty bits anywhere they want, in any fashion they choose, with impunity, in fact demanding praise for their every perversion. They want the world to be "safe", and for it to taste like unicorn poo. They want want want, but are unwilling to give in return. They want respect, but refuse to return in kind. Theye have done their work very well and should be given due credit for diabolical efficiency. But don't give too much credit as they have the entropic nature of the human animal on their side. Once set to decay, a human being will not only do so of their own initiative, they become VERY difficult to stop - and I daresay they are unstoppable for all practical purposes, save perhaps once the spectre of imminent physical destruction looms before them, and even then...
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    Yesterday, 08:02 AM
    I can speak for nobody but myself in welcoming any and all lovers of freedom. The world needs more comity between such people because the haters of liberty are glued to each other, usually in obscene ways, such that dynamite won't separate them. Power rests largely in numbers and organization.
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    Yesterday, 07:53 AM
    The cited solution is only partial. I agree with decriminalization, but there must be also stern controls on taxation. California is set to tax the shit out of dope, which will have the same driving effect as false criminalization. The market will go underground to evade taxes and you're back to cartels. Far more significantly, I will point out that even if all drugs are decriminalized, the cartels will simply move more deeply into prostitution, other forms of human trafficking, and other nefarious endeavors. They will not simply toss up their hands and go away, and if we can say there was no moral justification for the war on drugs, we cannot make the same claim where human trafficking and other real crimes are concerned. The ugly truth is that the cartels will probably have to be exterminated if we are to be true to the notions of the guaranty and protection of the rights of all Americans. I would state, however, that there is a good chance we can accomplish the goal of neutralizing the threat by making Mexico and other "governments" do the work for us. We could economically strangle Mexico to the point they would eat their own children, which I believe would secure their cooperation long before that point arrived. Make. MX build the wall? That, my pals, represents a significant failure in creative thinking and of setting one's sights painfully low. Make them genocide the cartels, whether literally or functionally, it matters little - though to be honest I prefer the former because dead people pose no threats.
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    12-01-2019, 08:26 AM
    Actually, the bubble does not, in principle, have to burst. This is an important point. If a bagel with cream cheese costs $12.31 trillion, that is nothing so long as incomes maintain a sufficient level of purchasing power. This is true in large part due to the electronic nature of most currency. Numbers in computers tell us how much Johnny Q. is able to buy on a given day, week, month... Because we have no money, the problems associated with money, as well as the benefits, are obviated in favor of a number that has no fundamental significance, save that people BELIEVE in what it tells them. Mind is everything and so long as mind accepts currencies as they stand and purchasing power remains sufficient, the world keeps turning. It is the moment when the critical mass of no-confidence sets off a cascade failure of same that things will go south in a big way and people will begin killing each other, not to eat their neighbors' food, but the neighbors themselves. So no, we are not in principle doomed to a burst of the bubble. Practically speaking, however, the odds are at least even in the best possible scenario. And so the admonition stands: be prepared and keep your powder dry.
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    11-28-2019, 11:31 PM
    Well, they're Dutch, so nobody should be surprised at anything that was written. And yes, I have relatives in Netherlands, so I'm allowed to be RAYcis. Merry Christmas.
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    11-12-2019, 06:08 PM
    WILL?! Liberty died long ago. People confuse pretty slavery with freedom - an all too common and dangerous error. It matters no whit how much latitude the master deigns to grant because anything given can be taken away. I must note that ever more corruption is exposed daily and it SEEMS that people are becoming truly fed up with it. Well, as things currently stand, I cannot fault you for the pessimistic outlook. However, allow me to remind everyone that things take the strangest turns at the most unexpected moments. My recommendation - and I should take my own advice here - is not to despair, but retain a mind open to the wildest possibilities. But if we are to become free men, and that does indeed seem far-fetched at this time, the average man needs to improve his attitude, habits, and knowledge by several quanta. As things stand at this writing, we are definitely not up to that snuff.
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    11-12-2019, 08:51 AM
    One word: Winter Silks. Trust me on this one. Winter Silks.
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Short answer: If you are still fighting it you are losing it.
After 26 years, I'd have to agree.

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Short answer: If you are still fighting it you are losing it.
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Uhm, no. Not all of us. Only most of the countries involved. We few radicals and rebels do what we can to prevent it. Whether that works or not still doesn't change whether it is our fault or not.
To which I responded thusly:

The number of people out there who are putting their asses on the line is vanishingly small. My statistical assessment therefore stands. To wit...

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And it has its problems. It is a partial answer at best.

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