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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 01:27 PM
    Metals COMEX paper volume is at record highs. The suppression banks are pushing out as much short paper as they can to keep metals capped for as long as they can. It has little to do with rates or china.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 01:21 PM
    Easy peasy. The liberty to live prosperously on the fruits of property stolen from -you- ;) You know the Trump clan is making out like bandits manipulating the stock markets via tweet, for example.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:58 PM
    Libertarian individualism is a major obstacle to Swordy's Mormon mission of a world government under theocratic authoritarian rule, as envisioned and espoused by Joseph Smith and his early associates. Swordy doesn't subscribe to individualism in the least, as his posting style of mass collectivization and rhetoric that is more suited toward the left in tone, demonstrates.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:04 PM
    You just don't stop with the constant mass collectivizing, do ya? You have an expert opinion on everyone while interacting with no one.
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    Today, 11:53 AM
    Swordy sure does have a hard-on for bashing all things Libertarian Party. On 'Liberty Forest' website even. My assertion was that I think Sarwark is compromised and a CIA plant. Like all party heads are. That's all. Nothing to do with anything else related to the Libertarian Party.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:59 PM
    Part of strategy is not killing yourself with death by 1000 cuts. Hopefully conservatives and libertarians will be back on top of things and actively oppose the Dem governor instead of sitting idly by as an, apparently, lukewarm GOP governor raises taxes. Trump has proven how lazy conservatives get when the R is in office but spends most of his time actually furthering Democrat agendas. If Hillary had won, there would be fierce opposition to things that are, instead, now sailing right through unnoticed, such as Trump's executive expansion of Medicare, which no one even noticed.
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    Yesterday, 12:55 PM
    We showed that we may oppose certain things for different reasons but a multi-partisan coalition with a $1000 budget can beat a corporate initiative with a $1,000,000 budget. Yes they spent $1m to push it through. And failed. A bellwether signal only applicable to our area perhaps, given our Agenda 21 2030 status, but certainly a sign that if the divide and conquer narrative can be broken through, people can come together to oppose that which affects us all.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:23 PM
    Here's an encouraging data point. A county sales tax hike (largest county in NC) was voted down last week and a large percentage of Democrats opposed to it got it killed. It was voted down even in very heavy D precincts. The referendum was defeated handily overall, about 60-40. This is the sort of stuff the controllers don't want to see and why the constant divide and conquer games played by the media. Republicans, Dems and unaffiliated/third parties all finding common ground to oppose something that hits us all. Of course, the next day the local media (which are all now subsidiaries of giant corporate media) was putting out articles calling on the county commission to ignore the vote results and force the tax hike through any way. Sorta tells the story of what's really going on. A bunch of rubbish. Illegals don't vote and can't. I always enjoy reading posts that see into the souls of illegal immigrants yet CLEARLY DON'T KNOW ANY. Most are terrified of driving around for fear of deportation if they cross the wrong cop, much less setting foot into a voting center and casting an illegal vote for practically no real benefit at all. Vote fraud isn't perpetrated by illegal immigrants in any number that matters, it's perpetrated by party apparatus from both parties, with illegals being the easy scapegoat for it.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:32 AM
    I don't even know what that means. I admit to not being knowledgeable of KY politics specifically and Bevin's actions as Governor but I do generally trust state LPs to be honest in their assessments. Did Bevin not ditch a libertarian Lt Gov for an establishment mate instead? He didn't sign off on a tax hike? He didn't oppose cannabis reform? I'm open to being educated on what happened but I certainly will trust a state LP's assessment of a candidate long before I trust a GOP assessment unless strong, strong evidence is presented to the contrary. I only drink RO water, btw. You lose credibility when you, in SS-esque fashion, quickly shoot off into "commie libtard!11!!" territory as a first response to someone's post.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:29 AM
    Trump doesn't nominate anybody to any position. He likes having a carousel of "acting" heads so they never have to be investigated and confirmed and can be replaced with little fanfare or moved in to accomplish a particular agenda point then back out when done.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:12 AM
    It's cool, just ignore the stated reasons the LP didn't support Bevin in the election.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:45 AM
    I don't even know where to start with this thread. Swordy quotes an article saying that Northern Virginia is filling up with Indian and Korean immigrant voters. Then Swordy's last post says Trump is the last hope to save the country from immigrant voters. But it's also well documented that Trump advocates strongly for MORE H1B visas, given to Indian and Korean immigrants. However, H1B holders can't vote (yheir anchor babies will be able to). So, the voters in question are long time citizens and most are part of the government hierarchy that makes up the majority of Northern Virginia voters, that of course always vote for bigger government. They vote for it not because they are immigrants or Democrats but rather because their job security self interest requires it. And then Donald dutifully signs every bigger, more expensive and bloated, government spending bill put in front of him, but he's the savior from immigrant voters that vote for bigger government? Do you realize how f'in absurd this circular (lack of) logic is?? Never mind that Lincoln is NOT a President to emulate, unless you want to emulate a President that was responsible for declaring war on his own people, the death and destruction of half of the country and the corporatization of the country, in the wake of that death and destruction, that turned the once free land inhabitants of America into literal government corporate property via the 1871 Act and the rewriting of the original Constitution.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:25 AM
    The heads of all political parties are all groomed globalists. I certainly don't agree with the OP that all Libertarian candidates are CIA, seeing how I personally know some and they're most definitely not CIA. However, anybody that still doesn't realize that political party heads are groomed globalists and, with maybe the very rare exception, mainstream Presidential candidates are also, simply isn't paying attention. And yes that includes Donnie, also. No one is allowed to win unless they are part of the globalist club. --------- Those are rather important details. Why would a state LP support a run-of-the-mill GOP candidate that doesn't support anything the LP supports? In this instance, it looks like the Dem candidate had more in common with the state LP than the Republican candidate. That's the beauty of being a third-party. You can support whichever side is more in favor of your platform. Sometimes it's the GOP, sometimes it's the Dems. The LP does not exist to act as a third party support system for the GOP.
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    11-09-2019, 12:13 PM
    This is assuming that this whole soap opera isn't a performance art production put on as a reality show distraction by the usual suspects in DC. That is what I think it is so my thoughts on the topic are academic. Any way, I think the only appropriate term would be coup, since it's one branch of the government seeking to remove the head of a different branch of the government. Treason requires a declaration of war on the collective government (corporation) and I don't see how a government (corporation) can declare war on itself and/or collusion with foreign interests to destabilize the government (corporation). That it is such a bizarre scenario, that doesn't have a defined legal term that can be applied to it, is one of the reasons I think it's a contrived production for the masses. If impeachment proceedings can be twisted into a declaration of treason or coup or sedition or whatever word you want to use, then electoral politics as a whole probably falls under that umbrella also. In the bigger picture, I'm sure there are some authoritarian types here (ahem) that would love to see electoral politics dissolved entirely using this kind of cover story, where politics = treason.
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    11-08-2019, 10:54 AM
    Given that these Mormon folks apparently had links with the human trafficking NXIVM cult, it's very possible that this was an act of "tying up loose ends", under a false cover story.
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    11-08-2019, 10:48 AM
    People have been turned into industrial widgets/commodities ever since FDR's New Deal. It's nothing new. The birth certificate turns a baby into property. A future "human resource".
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    11-08-2019, 10:30 AM
    Sonny Tufts is the resident tax and IRS apologist on RPF. Pay it no mind. Treason has a particular definition and it doesn't apply to any of the Congress/Trump circus. I don't know what to call it when the government is trying to oust the government but it's not treason. Sounds more like extreme electoral politics.
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    11-08-2019, 10:17 AM
    It's amazing how deep these rabbit holes go once you start climbing down into them.
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    11-07-2019, 12:15 PM
    NXIVM link to Mexican Mormon killing: https://nypost.com/2019/11/05/women-killed-in-mexican-cartel-murders-had-alleged-ties-to-sex-cult-nxivm/
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    11-07-2019, 02:41 AM
    A fine commentary by Mr. Smith. https://www.zerohedge.com/political/brandon-smith-there-are-things-worth-fighting-and-fates-far-worse-death TJ said something about attending to the inconveniences of too much liberty than attending to conveniences of too little...
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-07-2019, 02:33 AM
    "dude" eh? hmm...
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    11-06-2019, 12:49 PM
    The long-term planning isn't done by politicians. That part is done by think tanks like Tavistock, AEI and ones we've never heard of, working for globalist/banker interests. Political leadership just executes the narrative in front of the teevee cameras for public consumption. The rest of the political class just goes along for the ride, collecting their paychecks and insider trading themselves into millionaires. It's why there's 535 Congressmembers yet we only ever see a small handful of them on national teevee.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-05-2019, 12:53 PM
    I drew a conceptual comparison, not claimed it is the exact same rules. The House acts like a Grand Jury by determining if there's cause to move to the trial phase. People are indicted (impeached) but not always tried (convicted). The conceptual similarity seems pretty obvious to me and is roughly based in the same english common law practices.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-04-2019, 11:54 AM
    Think of the House portion of impeachment as the Grand Jury. The Senate is the courtroom trial. Due process doesn't even allow defense representation before a Grand Jury and the evidence presented can be as strong or as flimsy as the prosecution decides. It is up to the Grand Jury (House) to decide if the evidence, or lack thereof, amounts to probable cause to move to the courtroom trial phase. Grand juries are part of due process. Perhaps not very fair since so one-sided, but it is part of due process under the legal system regardless. The House is the Grand Jury.
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    11-04-2019, 10:54 AM
    Under the fractional reserve banking system, debt principal doesn't matter because it was created out of nothing and has no value. It can be "deleted" as easily as it was "created". All that matters is whether the interest on said debt can be serviced, since interest is the only portion that has value, as the proceeds of actual labor/energy expended to obtain it. It's why we clamor to pay interest that doesn't actually exist outside of the created principal. It's also why "loans" are front-loaded with interest payments, credit card minimum payments generally only cover interest, etc. The "lender" wants the earned money first, as that is what has value. The principal is mere accounting entry and is icing on the cake if repaid. "Settle your debt for much less than you owe!" commercials sorta give this away. A bank can erase the principal without repercussion since that number is held on both sides of the ledger, as an asset and a liability and erasing it is a zero-sum exercise. It is the interest that they want paid, whether it's a personal debt or a "national" debt.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    11-03-2019, 08:13 PM
    Riiiiight. You're so super smart to have figured out his 38D chess but not the people in Trump's office every day. Sounds legit.
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    11-03-2019, 08:01 PM
    The whole "neocons hate Trump" thing would be a lot more convincing if he didn't fill his cabinet with them or spend his entire pre-Presidential career rubbings elbows with them. That crap only works on people that haven't bothered to look into Trump's history. At all. Cue SS's usual "I don't support that but.......something something libtards and Mexicans something something freedom!" response. It must be constitutional and liberty-oriented. It's from the Trump administration.
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    11-01-2019, 03:11 PM
    I'm inclined to think it's just a bunch of bullshit, like most everything out of DC these days. A great excuse to hold up markets when they start faltering and cover story for Chinese and US banking interests to work out other issues as part of the unwinding of China's Treasury-dollar recycling program.
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