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    Yesterday, 08:22 PM
    I didn't even engage with UWDude so it's kinda bizarre. I've learned not to take celebrities at face value. Their brand is what they care about the most and marketing their brands takes priority over everything else. Roseanne herself stated she voted for Trump to shake up the status quo, not because she supported his policies. I don't hate her or anything, she even talked about Pizzagate. But her history is impossible to ignore and like most celebrities, maintaining relevance of their brand is paramount. Just some food for thought: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/29/business/media/roseanne-ratings-trump.html --------------
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:11 PM
    Support what? Tariffs? Bankers? This discussion is becoming rather ludicrous itself. You don't hire people who oppose your policies. Again, that's ludicrous. You can't spin that in anything remotely rational. He is quoted as wanting the Fed to continue the same loose monetary policy of the last 20 years and that's your argument that Trump is against Fed policy???
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    Yesterday, 08:01 PM
    Being knowledgeable about various religious doctrines makes me a satanist? Along with my handle? LOL ok. But it's funny you say that since the libertarian torch, the torch of the Statue of Liberty, is the light of Lucifer. Oh noes! We're all satanists now!
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:54 PM
    I looked at her Twitter but don't see any mention of what she's walking toward. I do see a lot of ads for her paid special with some rabbi, however.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:48 PM
    Are you ok? Do you need to sit down or something? You do realize the real person Roseanne Arnold/Barr has a long history of supporting socialist policies and being a Green Party and PRP (though the PRP shares some commonality with libertarians) party member, yes? She even ran for their Presidential nomination in 2012! Not sure what that has to do with me or why you're attacking me personally. Wow. You're gettin' kinda desperate with the labels these days.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:37 PM
    Yeah, I was talking about that on RPF long before your account handle ever existed here. And there's where you veer into fantasy land again... You don't hire people that oppose your policies to advise you on policy. That's ludicrous. Since Trump never calls out the Fed for what they're really doing, he either isn't aware or he is complicit or he is simply too scared to truly be an agent of any changes that are not part of the banker's plan.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:24 PM
    I oppose rising prices caused by central bank controlled monetary policy, yes. The simple fact is that the tariff policy is not Trump's policy. It is the policy (cover story) of the bankers that surround Trump, who happen to be the same ones (Wilbur Ross, long time Rothschild lackey, for example) that initiated the policy that led to the trade deficits in the first place. So, in other words, if one supports the tariff policy/cover story one is still supporting central bank controlled monetary policy. That is the facts of the situation. Whatever inferences you draw from my posts are clearly very shallow inferences.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:02 PM
    I just point out the facts as I understand them. If you're drawing inferences about my opinions from my posts that is your own doing.
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    Yesterday, 05:56 PM
    Like I said, the imbalance was caused by the monetary system but no one ever wants to talk about that. It was Kissinger and then Nixon that opened up Chinese trade that led to the trade deficit and it was done because the globalist bankers (many of which surround Trump now) needed a new way to export inflation and keep prices down for the American consumer as wages stagnated.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:53 PM
    Actually, it's really about the global FRN standard dying but it's easy to get caught up in talking about the symptoms instead of talking about the illness.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:47 PM
    There have been other threads about the plant upgrades. The new tech planned for the upgraded steel plants will cause layoffs. Lower prices should accompany that but that remains to be seen. Layoffs are guaranteed however since the new tech is electricity-based, instead of coal, which allows for much more automation.
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    Yesterday, 05:28 PM
    Controlled opposition. What do they all have in common? They love Israel. Just like the left outlets do. Fwiw, Roseanne is an admitted socialist. Don't confuse the tv character with the real person. That's something you have to do with every "character" in media, discern what is public character and what is private person.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:20 PM
    I see what you did there. Ford isn't even close to the only company complaining about tariff impact. Polaris CEO was vocal about it today and wants an exemption. Even Harley-Davidson is moving some production to China to get the lower steel prices and laying off workers here. Seems they think it will be cheaper to ship bikes back across the ocean than pay domestic steel prices, while more directly supplying the burgeoning Chinese consumer market and the EU market. Gee, I wonder why Shillsmyth never posts those threads?
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    Yesterday, 04:29 PM
    The foot soldiers are left. Those pulling their strings are not political, at least in the left v. right sense that the average person identifies with. The left is a vehicle, a means to an end, it is not the end itself.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:59 AM
    I'd argue that what you're referring to about institutional cultural indoctrination isn't fed by the "left" but rather is fed by NWO proponents that seek to establish a chinese style surveillance culture behind a european facade. The "left" is just the chosen vehicle for that transformation, not the origin of it, since young people believe the "left" is fashionable and they are easily led around by trends, as we all were at that age. The institutions, media/pop, tech, etc are not "left". They are NWO.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:47 AM
    Legally, the various governments and bankers involved always were the owners, since dividends/assets earned by property (you) belongs to the owner of that property. It's not stealing if it belonged to you in the first place. That is the real legal framework we live under and why anything can be seized by the mere banging of a judge's gavel. The ID requirement in the OP article is not to identify you. The ID is required in order to identify the name of the commercial entity that will hold the dividend/asset. They own the name, therefore they own whatever the name possesses. You call yourself the name but the name is not you. It's all trust and estate law.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:26 AM
    And this is why I think it's dumb. As if the tards on the right are any less scripted than the tards on the left. Both are fed their scripts by controlled opposition on each side.
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    Yesterday, 08:53 AM
    I watch a lot of CNBC and while I overall agree with you that his credibility is low, the morning show right before market open is when he's surprisingly honest and is usually proven right about what he says on that show. It's his Mad Money show when he's full of shit and turns into an advertising and market shill.
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    Yesterday, 08:31 AM
    Fwiw, Jim Cramer (of CNBC) commented a few minutes ago that he's hearing rumors from allegedly high placed individuals that there's concern within the RNC that sentiment is shifting back toward Dems. Why should anybody care what he says? He's CNBC's resident stock market "guru" and it's a widely accepted narrative that Trump's MAGA stock market boom will end if Dems take one of the chambers.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:23 AM
    I'm quite happy that real libertarians aren't participating in anything that "dehumanizes" others. People seeking to do that are people we probably shouldn't be throwing our lot in with.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:02 AM
    Well, I did say originally that it's nonsense for kids that live in mom's basement whose lives revolve around video games. Neither apply to me so you got me there. Enjoy your meme and stay off my lawn.
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    10-21-2018, 09:09 PM
    There's many different "types" and they each have their purpose. This one seems to be the latest attempt to ridicule others and the thread title covers it pretty well. It's a really dumb one, though, because it shows how scripted and programmed both the meme'r and the meme'e are. Fortunately it doesn't appear to be catching on and the attempts to use it on the net where I visit are quite forced.
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    10-20-2018, 05:36 PM
    Good thing you edited that picture back out. You almost let everyone know that you fully support opening fire on immigrants at the border. Putting up machine gun turrets and shooting people when they cross the border sure would not MAGA and definitely would not help any Republican cause.
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    10-20-2018, 11:11 AM
    Oh the humanity! So China's GDP is ~2.3% higher than ours, yet their economy is imploding while ours is booming? That makes no sense. Their retail sales are UP which means they are successfully, albeit slowly, redirecting to an internal consumption model and away from the export model. Industrial dropped a bit because they are importing more items, as is necessary when your currency becomes much more accepted globally. Investment increased but it's hard to say whether that's outside investment by entities receiving those exported yuan or something else. This narrative of the Chinese collapse is pretty lame. Yes, their equity markets are dropping but when their currency is purposely weakening AND their stock markets are dropping that means that their currency and markets are being revalued, not that their economy is collapsing. I'm sure you'll call me a Xi shill or whatever but someone needs to clear up this ridiculous narrative of China collapsing while US is thriving, yet their numbers blow ours out of the water and WE are the ones about to be taxed to the hilt via tariffs and a currency losing reserve status.
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    10-20-2018, 10:53 AM
    Actually, the libertarian position has always been open borders. It was once the libertarian movement was absorbed mostly into the GOP that suddenly libertarians became border enforcement advocates. No matter what you personally believe, a border is an imaginary line drawn on a map meant to induce tribal notions that lead tribes to engage in wars. I believe that people generally self-segregate into groups of people that are like them, if left to their own devices, but the use of borders and countries is for little more than claiming ownership over people (see: British empire) and motivating them to attack other groups of people on behalf of the owners by claiming the other group is a "threat". This theme repeats throughout history. "Go fight 'em over there so we don't have to fight 'em here!" It's still used today. Once the notion of "borders" no longer serves that purpose and all the lands of the planet are under the control of the owners (almost there!), "borders" will be eliminated from the maps and thus revealed to be the imaginary invention they always were.
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    10-20-2018, 10:47 AM
    Trump's comment was 2 days ago. It's not about the reporter incident, per se. You can sub in any scenario that's occurred and get the same result. It's about making a not-so-bright listener think that he's doing a service to the President if he's able to body slam someone. That is encouraging violence. It's obvious to me that the public mouthpieces of both sides are encouraging violence amongst the little people, while the mouthpieces hide behind their armed guards. Gee, you don't think maybe they're working together to do this, do ya? eta: The funny part is at the same time Trump is also publicly advocating for more intrusive and aggressive policing so any moron that wants to "Make Trump Proud" in this manner will quickly find himself in jail and the book thrown at him.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    10-19-2018, 11:16 AM
    More violence inducing rhetoric from Trump today. I'm sure Shillsmith/dannno will try to Trumpsplain it away but it's obviously meant to entice low IQ types into believing they are "doin' my President Donald proud" if they engage in violence. Trump jokes about congressman assaulting reporter: 'Any guy who can do a body slam ... he's my guy' https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/18/politics/trump-rally-gianforte-my-guy/index.html
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    10-18-2018, 08:26 PM
    And the fascist corporation portion has been enacted by the subsequent Republican administrations. Dems pass the soft communism component, then the GOP passes the soft fascism component. The end result is communism that primarily benefits corporations, with the people receiving crumbs from the table. The only way it could get worse is when the REX 84 camps are operational (by some measures they already are), gun control clamps down (seize the guns first, then due process...hmm, who said that??), the money loses value (ongoing), and the required communist police surveillance state is fully implemented (ongoing and supported by the guy that wants the guns). Aren't we already close? Thank God the GOP is in power to stop all of that. Oh wait.... You go first. Be sure to post pics of the first immigrant you dispatch. Oh you meant having someone else do it, didn't you? You just did. How else do you propose we defend the border from invaders?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    10-18-2018, 08:02 PM
    There's so much factually wrong with the premise of the question that we have to clear up the misinformation first. First, since apparently you don't realize that we have been a soft communist country since FDR's New Deal that tells me your awareness is lacking. Do you think Social Security, Medicare, EBT and similar programs are the hallmarks of non-communist countries? Pooling of resources for redistribution has been ongoing for a long time. Second, real communist activists aren't fans of the Democratic Party either and view it as barely different than the GOP since the real beneficiaries of the soft communist system we've had for a long time are corporations. Serious communists (not hipsters tossing around MSNBC inspired buzzwords or immigrants seeking "a better life") abhor corporations. The invasion has already occurred, thanks to those same corporations that wanted cheap labor and the bankers that wanted fresh new debt slaves to keep the ponzi going. Worrying about a few thousand more, especially at the risk of what may come next is most certainly closing the barn door after the horse is long, long gone. What REX 84 shows is that such excuses have been meticulously planned for use at a particular time for a particular desired result, not unlike how 9/11 was. So, we could try something different and direct the anger and opposition directly where it rests instead of being easily manipulated dupes, attacking people that are as manipulated into desired actions as the average person is. Or we could do what you apparently want and attack a bunch of brown people with 85 IQs instead. That sounds much more productive...
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