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    Yesterday, 05:27 AM
    Isn't it wonderful that Rand doesn't act like a petulant child, like so many others, and instead capitalizes on opportunities to get the President's ear to provide constructive input that is already changing policy.
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    Yesterday, 05:04 AM
    I'm not the one who bumped a year old thread. That would be you.
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    10-14-2017, 10:10 PM
    Oh, in the spirit of explaining the concept of patriotism and community spirit to those are not living in Calcutta but are instead Smart, Superior Westerners(TM) and who thus think it's a stupid delusion: "We know we belong to the land, and the land we belong to is grand." So..... Nazis? Unthinking animalistic brutes, no doubt, at least. Yes?
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    10-14-2017, 09:57 PM
    Second point, to Imaginary-Pierzstyx who would be capable of understanding the following argument and might actually come back to this thread and make an interesting response to it: Elementary Logic: Hitler was a nationalist. You deludedly imagine all nationalists are Nazis. Hitler was a vegetarian. Are all vegetarians therefore Nazis? Case study: There are a billion people in India. About 95% of them are rabid nationalists. Rabid. The remaining 5% are infants under two years old about whom we have no definite information regarding their political leanings. Virtually no Indians, however, are Nazis. A large percentage of them have never even heard of Hitler. It is safe to say that Hitler and Nazi-ism exercise exceedingly little influence in Indian society.
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    10-14-2017, 09:41 PM
    Explanation of what? Of war? Certainly. I would think the atrociousness of war would be quite trivially obvious. Surely you are not going to contest that? So, is there something else you thought I was explaining or would like me to explain? Because I'd be, like, happy to! Bzzt, wrong! I believe in morality, you see. I am hopelessly old-fashioned. I, unlike most people you know, believe in objective and absolute morality. I most certainly do blame and condemn, and do so wholeheartedly and, like you I think, a whole lot more consistently than most. So whoopdedoo. Yey for us. Let's sit around and listen to the perfection of our condemnation. I perceive, actually, that is precisely what you want to do, and my failure to do so has caused you misunderstanding, confusion, and agitation. So let's condemn and thus clear things up again, shall we? I do not approve of the Japanese internment camps. I condemn them. I once even wrote a poetic lament about this wrong. I have great sympathy for those who had to suffer this wrong. People who have committed no crime should not have to be imprisoned. That is unjust. In a perfect world, it shouldn't happen. And, it goes without saying, the decision-makers who decided to do this are culpable for their injustice, and to some lesser extent those henchmen who carried out their superiors' unjust wishes. Capesche? Are we happy now? Explaining is different than approving. I can explain something without approving of it. For example, with this, I would just say that if you find yourself an expatriot in a foreign country, say, China, and your home country, the United States, decided to launch a suicide bombing attack on China and kill thousands of her soldiers, you might be wise to get thineself up and out of China!. And if then China declares total war on the US, in what anyone can see will be a difficult and protracted conflict? Yeah, it might be smart to leave. Yeah, they may develop a bit of an Anti-American sentiment. Ya think? I'm just talking practicalities. Obviously they shouldn't be at all suspicious of the 100%, dyed-in-the-wool, gold and red true blue through and through ChristianAnarchist. But will they? You and I may know you're 100% loyal to China, but will they?
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    10-11-2017, 10:33 PM
    Just think of me as the Animal whisperer. Rabbits like you don't understand the wolves. The wolves, for the most part, don't understand the rabbits. I understand them both. I am a valuable bridge. I can help you to understand a whole new large set of people that heretofore you have found inexplicable as "mindless animals." They're not. So, Ask Me Anything! Again, I'll tell you what I told CA: don't shoot (insult, smear, hate...) the messenger. I'm just passing on info about reality. Explaining how come some people -- a lot of people -- the vast majority of people on this planet of ours -- -- DO care about country and find it a highly meaningful concept in their lives. This is a facet of reality. Don't you think it would be fascinating to learn about it? Ignorance is.... so dull! Now, now, we're not getting "collectivist" now, are we? ;) Good bet if you met me, you would not identify me as, much less lump me in with, whatever "kind" you think you've ever-so-neatly taxonomied me as. And weren't you trying to tell us all how great and wonderful the Middle Ages were a while back? Can't'cha keep your stories straight, teach'? Why don't you teach us all something about the Middle Ages? Just what is it that makes you hate the Middle Ages so bad? And yet, somehow it was I, and not thee, who chose him as my avatar! Hmm. How could that be, do you think, Prof? The fact is, he and I share a lot of character, for better or worse.
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    10-11-2017, 09:17 PM
    I respect *his* decision that *he* made as to how *he* was going to live his one, irreplaceable life, with courage and integrity. That's one thing I've been on about the last year or so on the forum. Yes? You have perhaps noticed? I hope so. It's that: let's worry about our own actions and our own lives rather than obsess -- Constantly! IMPOTENTLY! -- about what other people really ought to be doing, how the world ought to be run if you had your way, bla, blabla, blabla. You have already earned your PhD. in complaining, CA. Many times over. So have I. So have most of us here on RPF. It's done. You earned it. You can't get a second PhD. in the same subject. Time to move on. Agreed? Agreed. So do you get me yet? Hitler's gonna do what Hitler's gonna do; all I can decide is what *I* am going-a do. Capesche? Feel free, by all means, to rail impotently against dead leaders of whom you disapprove. Right on! Fight the man, brother! Don't misunderstand my posts. I'm just describing reality, not necessarily taking a position on it. Stating facts, not making facts -- in other words: don't blame me! In war, you try to win. Atrocities happen. The atrocity is kind of when the war is declared, actually. You really wanna whine about humanely interred Nips having to be in some camps? How about mountains of bodies of *dead* American, Australian, and other nationalities strewn all across the Pacific, hundreds of thousands of carcasses? Were their precious rights being violated? Maybe slightly? How about the lovely pile of bodies under the fifth story window, of women raped and then thrown out the window? A new one added every few minutes. How about babies getting napalmed?
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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    10-11-2017, 04:30 PM
    Yup, they sure have. It's sad.
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    10-09-2017, 12:16 PM
    Ha! This is all part of the theatre, friends. Do you want the Secret Decoder Ring to understand all this? Are you sure? It might spoil some of the drama. Spoiler Alert! Don't say you weren't warned! Only read on if you dare. Trump actually is nativist. He actually does want to bring back manufacturing jobs to America and he actually is anti-immigration. Everything else, every other policy stance, everything he claims to believe or not believe, is a big fat question mark. And that's exactly how he like it. And it puts him in the maximally strong negotiating position, by the way. But he is sincere on immigration. And he will build the wall. And Mexico will pay for it.
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  • helmuth_hubener's Avatar
    10-09-2017, 12:04 PM
    I am liking to hear sophisticated thinking like this. Best of success! I think you'll probably win.
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    10-09-2017, 10:44 AM
    Yes, CA, countries can fight wars. And if you're going to fight a war, yes, you can -- and must -- be able to jail, expel, and execute anyone from the country you're warring against who happens to be unfortunate enough to find themselves in your country when the war starts. That is, if you, like, care about winning and junk. That's, like, war, man. It's all messy and junk. Not groovy at all. Hardly any signs of grooviness in your typical war. Lame, I know!
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  • LibertyEagle's Avatar
    10-09-2017, 04:04 AM
    Soon, it will be illegal to discriminate against them from donating blood. It might hurt their little feelers and all.
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  • helmuth_hubener's Avatar
    10-07-2017, 02:31 PM
    Oh, never mind, I see your confusion. "Mohammeds" =/= Mohammedans.
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    10-07-2017, 02:30 PM
    Because that's the number I remember. It may be slightly more or less at this point -- almost certainly more, if anything, given the trend. But it is definitely around 10%. Counting names is (obviously) a highly non-rigorous way of counting babies' religion and origin, given that 1. Most importantly: their religions and origins are already counted! It's not a Top Secret (yet) -- this isn't France! You don't have to try to reverse-engineer it in some haphazard way. Just read the official gov stats! 2. The naming market is incredibly fragmented in this current age. Time was, over half the male babies in England were named John. That time is not now. The top 100 names might only account for 40% of the babies. Or maybe 10%, I don't know! But it'll be low. 3. You are forgetting about one very important thing: IMMIGRATION! However many of the babies are there who have been born in an English hospital, there are approx. an equal quantity who were born elsewheres and lugged through the Chunnel. I mean, they're fertile, but they're not doubling once per decade solely from organic growth, come on! That would be approaching the limits of physical impossibility for a species with a 9 month gestation. Only Palestinians can pull off those kind of numbers.
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  • helmuth_hubener's Avatar
    10-07-2017, 01:04 PM
    Well thanks, that's really nice of you! I kind of know too much and am too lazy. But this should not be an insurpassable road block. Cannot debate me? Sure you can! You can just do the same thing I did (it's only fair) at some point in the misty distant past: research! Look things up! Almost all developed countries have great statistics and censii, for better or worse (definitely for worse). England is no exception. You're going to have to do the work yourself this time. You'll see the demographic picture I've put forward is substantially right (I don't rule out the possibility of some minor quibbles here and there). Over 10% of the new models rolling off the assembly line are Mohammedans. In demographics, that's kind of (in broad strokes) the only number you need to know. The little guys grow up to be big guys. This is the Facts of Life. So unless a plague hits that's focused on killing off Mohammedans at a disproportionate rate,.... as Miss America says: "I care a lot about children. Children are, like, our future!"
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    10-07-2017, 12:35 PM
    I could make a post making you look really bad for showing insufficient sympathy to these girls, being awfully cold-hearted toward their situation. If you were Juan that had replied, I would. But, I like you, you're on my side, so I won't. :) I said exactly what I was going to do, and then I did it. There should be no confusion. Here is the structure I created in the conversation. First, there's back-and-forth about the significance of top baby names. "Oh, doesn't mean anything." "It's the end of the world!" "Is not!" "Is too." So, next let's insert another alarming fact that will be interpreted the same way by the same groups. "This indicates nothing!" "This indicates increasing Mohammedization of England." OK, now let's insert another fact. There's an epidemic of Mohammedans kidnapping young girls into sex slavery. It is exclusively, 100% Mohammedans who are doing this (much as they are the only ones raping young boys in public pools, too). And again we play: "This means nothing, it's probably 'only' 30,000 young girls." "Well, 30,000 is a significant percentage of the total young girls in England! This is a horrific outrage, it is being covered up, and it is only happening because of all the Mohammedans who have been let in."
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  • helmuth_hubener's Avatar
    10-07-2017, 09:24 AM
    Obviously! I have long recommended this, in fact, as one of our more viable paths to success and survival. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?315104-What-do-you-think-of-Land-Value-Tax-(LVT)&p=3579842&highlight=anarcho#post3579842 http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?456305-Creating-a-Free-Town-or-County I should hope so!
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    10-06-2017, 10:58 AM
    At the point that the person who frequently advocates world government on this forum becomes "us", this forum should be shut down. Luckily, it hasn't reached that point. Yet.
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    10-06-2017, 09:04 AM
    It's not just numbers, either. But, as you pointed out, Cap'n: degree of similarity.
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    10-06-2017, 09:00 AM
    Absolutely! See, now we are thinking along realistic lines, along truly human lines. I agree with everything you wrote. Everyone, deep in their bones and their DNA, agrees with everything you wrote. It is in accordance with reality. Dunbar's number is 150. That can expand by a few orders of magnitude, certainly, but not indefinitely. And the affinity will get progressively weaker the larger the concentric circles.
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    10-06-2017, 08:55 AM
    Indeed. Behold the tactical brilliance of the Donald. You don't like it. But you can at least appreciate it. I like facts. I am a big fan of facts. I posted the facts, the best facts, as best as anyone has them. I also have not listened to any Stephan Molyneux for weeks at least and am not aware of any episode he has done on the racial makeup of police shootings, except through your advertisements, JM. I am getting my facts completely independently of one Sir Stephan Molyneux. So that should make you feel better. Maybe? Now I'm not going to change JM's mind, and I accept that. I embrace that. If I were very mean, I could exploit the fact that he is going to be incapable of changing his mind in order to make him look really bad and demolish his side and advance my agenda, which agenda is just truth. All I'd have to do is enter into an extended debate and it would become more and more clear to all where the truth lies. And this would not be because I'm better or he's worse or anything like that, I want to make that clear, but simply because the truth on this is really, really obvious and clear. But, I don't think I'm going to do that. Because I actually like JM. I like it when he comes by. And the truth is so obvious on this disputed point of fact that it really needs no helpful shove from me. Every intelligent person with sufficient interest in the racial makeup of police shootings can simply read the latest research paper on the topic. Again:
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    10-06-2017, 08:34 AM
    It's blood and soil. A group of people, bound together through kinship and love, and the homeland that they've built together. You don't have it. I know. Not everyone does. You're off gallivanting in China and here, there, and everywhere, and could hardly be brought to care less about any particular land, or as you derisively call it "dirt under your feet." That is: something to spit upon. Nothing more. But humans in general, for better or worse, are different than you, Christian. They love to have a sense of place, they will have a feeling of pride in the town their family built back in the 1800s, or reverence for the rough stone house their great-grandfather built with his two bare hands. Blood and soil. Yes, blood and soil. It's fiction to you. It's fiction to rabbits. They see it as just a mass, incomprehensible delusion, as atheists see a belief in God as being. But wolves are territorial. As are more typical humans, long-term viable humans. They feel a deep and abiding connection to their property, to their communities, to the miniature worlds which they so painstakingly build. They feel a deep connection to their past, their ancestors. They feel a strong -- a primary -- sense of duty and obligation regarding their future generations, their great-grand-children. Note: not the past, the future, but their past, their future. And in deed and very fact it shall be theirs, for the rabbit people have no future. The future belongs to K.
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    10-06-2017, 08:13 AM
    Exactly. That love of country is what the rabbits don't have. Their normal, natural in-group preference (aka "bigotry!" "xenophobia!") has fallen so malignantly, mortiferously low as to become an actual preference for the out-group, accompanied by a sneering deplorance of the in-group! Not attractive. Not healthy. The hate of government is what some conservative K-selected wolf-types don't have as strongly as we do. But, interestingly, they do still have it! Almost to a man they do. They hate the government as we do, just more moderately, less stridently, less doctrinairely. One reason, the main reason, they hate the government is precisely because they love their country, and they see the government destroying their country. Choose thine allies carefully. There has been some bad strategic advice in this regard on this thread.
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    10-05-2017, 02:05 PM
    Nothing Makes Liberals Angrier Than Us Normals Insisting On Our Rights by Kurt Schlichter I don’t agree with liberals often, because I’m not an idiot and because I love America, but when they once again say, “We must have a conversation about guns!” I still couldn’t agree more. And, since all we’ve heard is you leftists shrieking at us all week, I’ll start it off. You don’t ever get to disarm us. Not ever.
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    10-05-2017, 09:13 AM
    One thing to remember, all you NFL boycotters: If the NFL hates you (and they do), Hollywood has hated you for longer and hates you far, far more. Just a random helpful fact to keep in mind!
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    10-05-2017, 08:15 AM
    It's all about optics and persuasion. He is obviously intentionally contrasting himself with Hillary who immediately tweeted politically to try to exploit the tragedy for political gain. "We have a tragedy right now. Now is not the time for politics. We'll talk about that later. Now is a time for national mourning." What possibly could be a better, more perfect thing to say? It's a contrast, and a very strong one. It's a brilliant move, that he's brilliantly executing. If you thought Trump couldn't do classy, well, looks like he can -- when he wants to, when it serves him. Now, thanks to him, the pro-gun side has the psychological high ground in the aftermath of this, in the minds of all those ambivalent or moderate on this issue.
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    10-03-2017, 08:04 AM
    Oh? Different circles, JM. Look, Trump was never going to get the vote of the people for whom ever, in any alternative universe, Colin Kaepernick could potentially become a big hero. And that's understandable. I totally understand. I don't want to change your mind. I'm not going to change your mind. I have no interest in that. But for everyone else, facts: http://rightahead.news/the-race-iq-non-controversy-american-renaissance/ http://www.nber.org/papers/w22399.pdf We use event summaries
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    10-03-2017, 07:45 AM
    Yes, exactly. And it already exists at a stage of completion wherein normal people can use it. Which cannot be said for the Martian OS porting project. ;) Yet.
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    10-02-2017, 04:51 PM
    It is not exactly built from the ground up, it's a special remix of Debian Linux. That is, it's built on thousands upon thousands upon thousands of lines of Unix cruft. But, it's still a great thing. Very privacy-oriented. You have to be kind of crazy to want to actually rebuild computing from the ground up. A noun is an atom or a cell..... ~
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    10-02-2017, 04:32 PM
    I did? Ah yes, I did. I had to check. Well, whatever. I usually don't. Would you like me to +rep you back again, Ender, sometime once I can, to make up for it? Would that make you feel better? It probably would. I'll try to remember, Ender. :) I'm all about making the world a better place. I apologize for ruining your day with my "rep"ping. I really don't care.
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    10-02-2017, 11:21 AM
    https://www.menofthewest.net/point-and-shriek/ Point and Shriek It’s time to steal a tactic from the Left. It is no good arguing with SJWs, because they do not argue in good faith. There is no point in appealing to their minds, for there are no facts that will break them from the virtue spiral in which they have immersed themselves. The only thing to do with them is to mock them, to point out their hypocrisy as loudly and publicly as possible. As Saul Alinsky explained in Rules for Radicals, ridicule is mankind’s most potent weapon. They want attention? Give it to them, squared, cubed, and loaded with gee juice. The primary objective of the mockery is not to break the probably-mentally-ill object of your scorn. The primary objective is to drive a wedge between the leftist and normal people. It is to get the great unengaged middle to say, “These people are obviously insane and I’m not going to listen to them anymore.” It is to inoculate everyday Americans against the cancer that is social justice.
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    10-02-2017, 11:04 AM
    Uncle in PR. High up, so OK (though bark was ripped off trees!). Trump totally right. Leftist harpy totally wrong. Also totally corrupt, totally evil. End of story.
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    10-02-2017, 10:58 AM
    Please realize who it is you are conversing with here, guys. Try to have some kindness and sympathy. And maybe consider better uses of your time? People are who they are. You can't make them smarter, you can't change genetics. We all have our intellectual limits. Would you go down to the Downs Syndrome Center and get into heated, angry arguments with the patients? Come on. Let it go.
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