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    Today, 09:04 AM
    Mis-titled video. The "kid" in this video is over 25. More importantly the voting machine was from Stark County Ohio. (See time: 3:12 - 3:30). ^That too. If you want proof that voting machines can be hacked....well nobody is debating that. If you want proof that voting machines in Georgia were hacked in 2020....well this video is not helpful. It is helpful for a general understanding of what to look for when trying to see if a particular voting machine is secure or not. Some of the exploits he was showing involved taking the machine apart. Well....if we are assume that much of a lack of physical security than nothing is secure. Even paper ballot boxes can be stuffed or discarded. Some of the exploits could be stopped with some kind of tamper resistant seal. Also considering he bought this machine on an online auction site for $100 in 2018, it's probably quite a bit older than that. It may be one of the old Diebold machines. It doesn't seem to have a way to printout a paper ballot the way the current Georgia machines do.
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    Today, 07:04 AM
    The most likely way my "agorist freedom cell" will be declared illegal is if/when the feds pick up on your political militia talking about secession. I suppose I should be relieved that you'll go down first, giving me time to leave the country through the Freedom Cell underground railroad if necessary. I'll give you a ride on the freedom train if you want one, but just you as your political militia will most likely be dominated by informants and agent provocateurs for the feds than will be my freedom cell. Just look at what happened in the Governor Whitmer fiasco (false flag?). The "Watchmen Wolverines" were newly formed and full of people saying "The militias aren't doing enough" yada yada before going off on their plan that was not only crazy but just plain stupid. Secession groups are far more likely to attract those types than groups of people who are mostly focused on how to raise and preserve your own and how to exchange the excess you raise through barter or crypto currency, or cash while it's still accepted. A fed informant will be all into learning about military tactics and not so interested in learning how to can. A Freedom Cell could also teach firearm training without raising eyebrows as long as its done under the guise of hunting. That also includes how to move quietly through the woods. In a SHTF scenario just take off your hunter orange. In short, your groups are likely to accelerate the conflict the rest of us would rather avoid. But my groups would have at least 90% of the capability needed to survive such a conflict than your group. Maybe even more because in a real SHTF scenario most people die of disease and starvation.
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    Today, 06:24 AM
    It's not a hoax just like 9/11 wasn't a hoax. People really died on 9/11 and people have really died of COVID-19. Yes the number of deaths are inflated though at this point it's hard to tell by how much. But there is no denying that nursing homes were hit particularly bad early on. That the death rate has dropped off shows there was early mismanagement. That said, whether people on this forum talk about COVID-19 at all or not has no bearing on what will happen. The rest of the world will get a steady stream of "COVID-19 will kill millions more if we don't lock everybody down" propaganda. Alternatives to lock downs need to be discussed and pushed.
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    Today, 02:12 AM
    Join a Freedom Cell or start one. Becoming more self reliant and networking together with other self reliant people doesn't require indulging secessionist fantasy circle jerking. If it comes it comes. If it doesn't it doesn't. But your self reliant community still remains. Agorism is really the only way forward.
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    Today, 02:08 AM
    The OP video is from a now banned channel, which is another reason why I am asking JoshLowry to update the software to support bitchute, and Here is an update from
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    Today, 02:02 AM
    No. Latin American is NOT where COVID-19 is surging nor is it where the worst COVID-19 lockdowns are.that would be the United States and Europe. Mostly Europe. An agorist ex-pat who's living in Mexico said that most of the pressure in Mexico for businesses to be locked down is coming from American tourists and ex-pats who think Mexico should be more like the U.S. in that regard. See: At 1:06:00 Haiti also has a much lower COVID-19 rate and lacks even the capacity to mask everyone. Really the "shythole" countries (Trumps alleged words) aren't the problem. It's the European countries where Greta Thunberg hails from that's the issue.
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    Today, 01:17 AM
    this. and all the talk of it is counter productive.
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    Yesterday, 05:02 PM
    U.S. Constitution - Article 2 Section 1: "The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice-President chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows:..." No need for a President to "cede power" -- when the time runs out, he's no longer President.
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    Yesterday, 03:00 PM
    Silver lining... In a "domestic dispute" case, cops have been known to arrest someone without personally witnessing an assault and in the complete absence of video. Good to see the deputies not touch this one. I bet the outcome would have been different in NY or CA.
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    Yesterday, 08:08 AM Thanks to Dr.3D for reminding me of this. I first learned of NAC FROM THIS VIDEO. I found it at Sprouts and you can order it online. Make sure to get some while you still can!
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    Yesterday, 07:55 AM
    People who currently get less water downstream because the dam is there. Folks who like to catch and eat their own salmon.
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    11-22-2020, 06:48 PM
    It didn’t like much of any ammo. Shot white box, Remington, Federal, Shockwaves... it had issues with everything. It did the best with Shockwaves surprisingly enough. Read a little bit about it and they mentioned similar problems. Most polished the feed ramp or replaced magazines. I polished the feed ramp and it still gave me problems. Probably just a dud and it happens. If I’m pocket carrying now it’s a revolver. Of the two ultra compacts I’ve carried both have had issues of one sort or another. The other one was a $169 Taurus TCP. Thought my hands might have been too big or something causing it to move around but it gave problems to anyone who shot them. The Shield is a nice option. Probably 40% more weight but I don’t notice it much.
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    11-22-2020, 04:33 PM
    Add melatonin to that list. It's an over the counter supplement and you can get it naturally in food.
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    11-22-2020, 04:00 PM
    Short answer? It wouldn't. Longer answer? You have more in common with rural Georgia even though the state went blue than you Austin Texas even though that state stayed red and Alex Jones lives there. Then you have the fact that many, if not most, of the people in the "red" suburbs are very much dependent on the cities for jobs, airports etc. If the state of Texas came up for a secession referendum tomorrow I guarantee it would fail with or without vote harvesting and Dominion voting machines. And....the GOP kept the Senate. Yeah, Mitch sucks. But he's good at not doing anything. Which means the Biden/Harris administration is limited in just how crazy they can go. Mandatory vaccines? Trump, the guy some folks here are trying so desperately to make win, set the stage for mandatory vaccines with "Operation Warp Speed" where he, Trump, said in the debates would be "deployed by the military." And it won't need to be "mandatory" anyway. You just won't be able to get on a plane, register for school, buy concert and sporting tickets, have a security clearance, join the military, without them. This will all be rolled out in phases. And "Joe Suburb" will go right along with it to "get back to normal." So let's say Jim Bob Rural and his buddies succeed and seceded. Then what? In Jim Bob going to build an international airport hub? Oh you say Jim Bob can just fly small private planes from small regional airports? Guess what? Jim Bob can do that right now without secession. And he can do it without those pesky naked body scanners. You say Jim Bob can homeschool? Yeah...everybody is homeschooling now. Jim Bob can have is own sporting events / concerts out in the open field away from those pesky city folk? Yeah...happening now anyway. Jim Bob doesn't need a security clearance on to join the military cause he's in the militia? Yeah...happening now anyway. Oh...but Jim Bob wants to stock up food and set fortifications just in case the cities collapse under the weight of socialism? Well...Jim Bob can do all that right now anyway and even trade with his "freedom cell" through crypto currency. In short....if you want to live separate from city folk....just live separate from city folk. Elect local sheriffs who are dedicated to not enforcing gun control. And hide your guns well anyway.
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    11-22-2020, 03:42 PM
    ^This can't be +repped enough!
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    11-22-2020, 02:46 PM
    Derby, Kansas is asking for snitches to step up and do their civic duty. No word on whether there's any reward. other than pats on the head and pious good feelings. Apparently, though, it's not considered to be a 9-1-1 level emergency ... (at least, not yet ...) 1330540362243387393
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    11-22-2020, 10:56 AM
    B52's being sent around the world? This belongs here.
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    11-22-2020, 08:09 AM
    Well if deployed servicemen were unable to vote that would generally hurt republicans careful what you wish for. Edit: And this goes back to World War II and even before.
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    11-22-2020, 08:06 AM
    Oh, but the visit was "criminal in nature." Very much so. Just not in the way this bozo meant. Gee, what kind of information do you suppose they're gathering?
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    11-22-2020, 06:15 AM
    The irony is that the software reconfigurable voting machines now are a direct result of the "hanging chad" problems that plagued Florida in 2000. If you use a touch screen you can be sure to avoid over-votes (two candidates being selected for the same race) or under-votes (no candidate being selected for a particular race). It's pretty obvious that Gore probably won Florida but for the problems with the chad machines. Even Pat Buchannan, no friend of Al Gore, admitted that many of the over-votes where both he and Gore were selected were probably for Gore. Thus we had the Diebold machines that could be hacked but had the additional problem of not being audit-able. Now we have the Dominion class machines (sounds like something out of Star Trek DS9), that can still be hacked, but can at least be audited. But audits and recounts are expensive. If electronic voting is going to be used, the software needs to be open source and the ballot images need to be put on a public server after the election where anyone can download and do their own audit or recount. A full recount in Wisconsin would cost $8 million. Trump paid $3 million to recount just 2 counties in WI. A recount should be a "freecount." I wouldn't donate a dime to the Trump recount effort, but if I could participate by downloading the ballot images and doing part of the recount myself...yeah I'd do that. I'm sure a lot of other people would too. How to verify that? Well pick 4 random volunteers and show them the same ballot. If all 4 agree then there is a high probability that you have an honest and accurate result. Even if there were "cheaters" in the process, it would be difficult for them to always get matched up with other cheaters looking to cheat in the same way. We already have records of who votes in which primaries so it would be easy to get a balance of democrat and republican volunteers. Here's an image of a "hanging chad" investigation from 2000. And here is another.
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