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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:34 AM
    That's why the whole scam works so well. THEY ALL SUCK AND THERE ARE NO GOOD OPTIONS ALLOWED.
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    Yesterday, 11:28 AM
    Actually, under the law it is considered witness tampering and therefore is an act of obstruction. I don't have an opinion of whether it's "right" or "wrong" to do that but yes, asking (instructing?) potential witnesses to not cooperate is an act of obstruction. That topic became a centerpoint during the hearings on the Congressional 9th District election fraud case recently. The tamperer was indicted for directing witnesses not to cooperate.
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    Yesterday, 10:54 AM
    It's a complicated topic with no good choices since humans are flawed creatures, no matter where they reside and are not capable of "governing" each other for that exact reason. We only have to look at what our own governments have become to know this is true. My local government is full of morons that don't know shit about shit. They just like being part of the 'elect'. I do think our views of history are very different so we will likely never see this complicated topic the same way. My understanding is that this country was created to be used as a tool to bring about world government, not to be an everlasting sole superpower. The destruction you refer to was baked into the cake from the start. Not unlike the symbolism of the twin towers being built then later destroyed by a controlled demolition. The "world government" is pretty much already here and has been for a while. The finishing touches are being applied now in the form of Agenda 2030. I also must mention that the "nationalist" Trump never says a peep about A2030 and looks to me to be a fine distraction while those touches are applied. I understand and agree with most of your thoughts but on the topic of borders alone, the real history of where the modern iteration of nations and borders comes from and why they were instituted doesn't lie.
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    Yesterday, 10:12 AM
    At least there'd finally be a real libertarian running as the LP nominee instead of fakeatarians like Barr and Weld. (meaning the topic of borders, not world communism, per se) I'll say that's the part of the globalist agenda I'm mostly ok with, after realizing that borders and "nations" have mainly been used by the ruling powers for hundreds, if not thousands, of years to foment their profiteering wars of conquest. How do you incite people to go kill people in other parts of the world if you can't apply a label to them, such as Iraqi? You can't! The modern iteration of "nations" is very much a british empire creation and for what should now be obvious reasons since it still happens today. The sun never truly set on the british empire. It's a tricky situation, for sure, to maintain a particular culture when anyone can come to "your" land and set up shop, but if people believe in competition in the marketplace, why not also believe in competition of cultures? Even down to competition in such basic things as biology/breeding? I have thought it contradictory how conservatives on one hand pray at the altar of "free market competition" but then on the other hand so vehemently oppose it when it comes to topics like borders.
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    Yesterday, 09:53 AM
    Hey genius, we all do business with the Chinese. Or do you think the computer you're typing your bs on was made in Wisconsin? Sad. You appear unhinged when that's your reply to my posts indicating that Trump's connections with Russian oligarchs are widespread and well documented. Since susano seems to think that Deripaska being a good Russian somehow negates anything I wrote about, here's a much more detailed summary of Trump's connections to Russian billionaires that could have provided basis for a real collusion investigation. Not the fake investigation we've been presented. part 1 http://www.conspiracyschool.com/blog/kompromat-trump-hollywood-sex-parties-and-russian-oligarchs-part-i part 2 http://www.conspiracyschool.com/blog/kompromat-trump-hollywood-sex-parties-and-russian-oligarchs-part-ii There's others available at that site, also. Rabbit hole is deep, son.
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    05-20-2019, 10:10 AM
    That's great and all but doesn't address that the real basis for any collusion investigation seems to be omitted/suppressed and red herrings laid out for the public instead. If Trump's well documented connections with Russian oligarchs isn't part of the story then the entire thing must be dismissed as intentionally misleading.
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    05-20-2019, 09:34 AM
    From the various commentaries I've read, it was more a case of attempting to obstruct but that no one followed his orders that would have obstructed anything. IOW, a fictitious example: Trump: Hey staffer, call Mr. X and tell him not to speak to investigators. Staffer: Ok boss, I'll get right on it. (Staffer goes back to playing Candy Crush) Here's a detailed write-up https://www.lawfareblog.com/obstruction-justice-mueller-report-heat-map
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    05-20-2019, 09:21 AM
    Of course some won. I was being hyperbolic. But also when you dig into the endorsements you see that the win total was around 50% and his endorsements were in "safe" R races. So looking at it from a statistical perspective, only about half of his endorsements won and that's in races they probably should have won. Trump doesn't endorse in primaries, any way, from what I can find on the topic, so the notion that he would endorse a primary opponent of Amash's seems unrealistic. The truly hilarious part of all this is that Trump has very, very well documented connections with Russian oligarchs, such as Oleg Deripaska. Either that's the redacted content or was omitted entirely from the report, since no one ever mentions it (I haven't read the report and I'm ok admitting that). If that info was omitted or censored then the real basis for a collusion investigation is definitely there but is being suppressed. It's most certainly not factual to claim that Trump has no connections with Russians that could have funded giant political operations on his behalf. I don't know and I think it's a big intentional "reality tv" distraction but Trump's connections with Russians can't be denied. I'm happy to provide detailed links if you wish.
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    05-19-2019, 01:29 PM
    Sadly, you can't reach people that have thoroughly swallowed the scripted narrative of a "deep state coup" against Trump. They're too far gone into the fluoride-induced mind control trance of the tv "news" productions. I can't imagine living in such a mental state where all the lessons learned from Dr. Paul's campaigns left literally no imprint such a relatively short time later.
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    05-19-2019, 12:49 PM
    Ya know, this stuff really irks me. Myself and a lot of other liberty activists just finished busting ours asses for 2 straight months, day after day, to try to get a liberty-minded person into the US House (Ridenhour NC9). And some of you are calling to remove one of the most steadfast liberty Representatives in the House over some TRUMP junk. Makes me wonder why bust our asses when some of our (allegedly) own will so flippantly call for the removal of a liberty Rep over the conduct of a President that so far has done practically nothing liberty platform oriented? And obviously with no foresight whatsoever because whoever would replace him would be MUCH, MUCH worse than Amash ever could be. Do you people think we have liberty candidates lined up across the board ready to win office? In Ridenhour's race, the winner spent a quarter million dollars of his own money to win. Are you prepared to max out on every liberty candidate's campaign? If the answer is no then zip it. You're hurting more than helping and I'd guess doing precisely ZERO in your own life to get liberty candidates into office.
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    05-19-2019, 11:05 AM
    Astute comparison. It's not like Donald has been involved in the WWE or anything. Oh wait... yes he has and even appointed the queen of WWE to his cabinet. Things that make ya go hmm..... -------------------- Amash's tweets, according to ZH: Here are my principal conclusions:
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    05-18-2019, 10:14 PM
    Why would 9/11 co-conspirators damage each other? Trump's attorney is Giuliani. Mueller was FBI Director during 9/11. The much more realistic explanation is that it's all distraction theater.
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    05-18-2019, 10:00 PM
    Programming interrupted^^^^^ Read a history book, k? I swear, the more I educate myself, the dumber some of y'all look. Trump declared another "national emergency" a couple days ago. You do know that national emergency declarations suspend the Constitution and maintain a state of perpetual martial law/military rule, right?
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    05-18-2019, 09:54 PM
    Still no denial. Because its true.
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    05-18-2019, 09:41 PM
    Interesting that you don't even attempt to counter my assertion that Trump is literally at war against the American people. Because you know it's true. That pretty gold-fringed flag behind him...
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    05-18-2019, 09:18 PM
    Probably Qanon stupidity and Breitbart comment sections. Amash seems to think so. I didn't read the report but I trust that is his genuine opinion of the contents and it's ridiculous for anyone on RPF, that isn't a shill, to suggest that he be voted out over it. I do laugh at those that get spun up over the dramatics between 9/11 conspirators as if it's serious business.
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    05-18-2019, 09:05 PM
    Good thing that no one that Trump endorses actually wins. Collusion is not what Amash is alleging. Well, then carry on Mein Fuhrer. Mind control sold to you, sir.
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    05-18-2019, 09:00 PM
    Based on what exactly? Y'all really should stop watching Fox News. It's rotting your brain. So Amash is saying he read the Mueller report. How many of you posting on this thread read it? I'm betting ZERO.
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    05-18-2019, 11:13 AM
    Tariffs....or FRN dollar devaluation? There's a reason "Trump" has been meeting regularly with the controlled heads of the major US corps. My bet is coordinating the public spin for dollar devaluation, as the dollar continues to lose global reserve status and infinite printing/exporting inflation ability, and subsequent price inflation that previously was kept under control by exportation of price inflation. I've been looking for the last year and still can't find any official evidence, whether statutory, executive order, or otherwise, that directs any agency of the US government to impose tariffs, other than the original "proclamation" (which generally carries no legal weight...recall that the Emancipation Proclamation didn't free slaves....that required the "new and improved" 13th amendment) that imposes steel and aluminum tariffs. I'd think something this important to the narrative of imposing vast tariffs across the world would generate at least an executive order.
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    05-18-2019, 10:30 AM
    Oh FFS, most our ruling class are "satanists", followers of Sabbatai Zevi's "1666" doctrine of converting to whatever is necessary (religious, political, monarchical, etc) to infiltrate and take power, thus creating false paradigms of controlled opposition. Trump was sure to display the various hand signs indicating that he was on board, also. (someone famous said something about having eyes to see and ears to hear....)
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    05-18-2019, 10:22 AM
    Coincidence that he mentions the other overt british crown colonies as examples? I think not....
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    05-16-2019, 04:54 PM
    I have definitely noticed this. Intentional blurring of search terms when something needs to be buried. BLM (Black Lives Matter) and BLM (Bureau of Land Management) was one example. Conservatives that would have been incensed at the conduct of BLM recently (Malheur, among others) were instead inundated with Black Lives Matter stuff, thus effectively distracting them from one BLM by another BLM.
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    05-16-2019, 04:43 PM
    Roe v Wade has already been nullified by Murphy/New Jersey v. NCAA (online gambling case). Now they just need to get a relevant specific case on the books that can be widely cited.
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    05-16-2019, 04:32 PM
    Thanks for posting. So this is the next version of the federal employee (US Citizen) retirement trust plan. I was wondering when they'd unveiled the next slave earnings ponzi. There's a bunch of Chinese companies already listed on US market indexes, with more to come. Globalism requires Americans to subsidize Chinese corporations. It's only fair after the Chinese subsidized American corporations for many years :smirking: They'll just replace with some other kind of tax and call it something different.
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    05-16-2019, 05:58 AM
    Yep, that's our assessment also. A lot of voters I met said they weren't voting for Matthew this time (that whole "it's not your turn" theme) but would in a future run. By the time whoever wins this special election is sworn in it'll almost be time to start campaigning for 2020 re-election. The GOP nominee is unlikely to win because he has a lot of baggage. Voters :rolleyes:
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    05-14-2019, 10:52 PM
    Sure, that's the ticket.
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    05-14-2019, 10:37 PM
    The GOP primary winner was Dan Bishop, an establishment attorney who spent $250k of his own money on his campaign. That was Ridenhour's race. The second candidate in my OP is the Libertarian Party nominee who will be in the general election in September against Bishop and the Dem nominee, McCready. Ridenhour and Scott would have only been direct opponents if Ridenhour had won the primary.
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    05-14-2019, 10:18 PM
    What must be understood is that the "New World Order" calls for China and Russia to be higher on the totem pole than the US. The US (financially and militarily...but the former begets the latter) has mainly been a tool for advancing that agenda. The bankers and their controllers are not American nor do they care one iota about Americans.
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    05-14-2019, 10:09 PM
    Thanks to any and all that donated to Matthew's primary campaign. We didn't win, unfortunately, but showed very well with a 3rd place finish (very close to 2nd), out of 10 candidates, including the winner who put in a quarter of a million dollars of his own money and another candidate that had $1.4 million of PAC spending. You supported a great grassroots campaign. I met some young YAL people that are still energized by Dr. Paul's message even today!
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    05-13-2019, 10:55 AM
    For a while I've been on the fence about the whole Venezuela thing, whether there's something else going or is it really a standard regime change operation. Now, I'm getting off the fence. There are a lot of things that the US government does poorly. Regime change operations are clearly not one of them and have been deadly effective. This one has appeared very "Keystone Cops", however, so I must look at what other aims it could have. The appearance of Chinese military in VZ, at the invitation of Maduro, is a big clue and fits with the ongoing narrative of "Trump" driving other countries into the arms of China, which is also a key point toward perception management of how the dollar loses global reserve standard. IOW, the people of VZ embrace the Chinese as their savior from the big bad US that's hell bent on toppling their beloved Maduro. Regime change ops are really much more about controlling the perceptions of the populations of those countries via control of the leaders. Topple the leader, replace with a puppet, then have puppet sell the new paradigm to the population...important since the oil ain't gonna pump itself or the gold won't dig itself out of the mine. In the instance of VZ, the proposed puppet isn't ideologically different than the current leader so one must ask what the point is?
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