• DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 05:31 PM
    Although everything you said was true, lets dig a bit deeper. Those who did support him, heard his message. Those who did not most likely had not heard his message. What they got was a distorted manipulated negative view of him. Everything they did, media blackout, calling him a nutjob, making his supporters look bad, it all added up, and those who didnt like him only followed the phony crowd of people that could only repeat the bad crap about him. He really did have a TON of support from us, and when they did things like shut down the Nevada GOP Convention because they found out he had won in the Caucuses, it was pure Voter Fraud coming from the top. Either way, it was our responsibility to carry his message, just as it would be for people that would and could vote for Brett85.
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    Today, 05:05 PM
    Agreed. I dont respond to junk mail and do a lot of ad blocking online, and most tv spots I just fast forward. As far as just pure advertising goes, we've gone well beyond Ad Saturation and are deep into Ad Pollution territory. Its just not effective anymore. I think better solutions are being able to get interviews on local TV and Radio Stations, as well as a lot of online media where the message being carried is more important than approaching it like advertising. When Ron Paul wasnt elected, it wasnt because of a lack of advertising, but most definitely Campaign Interference. What Ron Paul did right was that people knew who he was and the message he carried.
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    Today, 04:32 PM
    It was also a sign they probably did honest work to earn that money they had. Rich people today get rich by exploitation and shady backroom deals, getting bought out by Google, or getting Govt to fund some public thing. Kind of like the ISPs are now complaining they cant increase speeds without "more money from govt". Why is it always necessary that to get rich, you have to get the money from Govt and not by doing Honest WORK?
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    Today, 04:18 PM
    What would happen if Free Speech were prohibited? Would they "let" you run for office, but not advertise it at all because it hurts your opponents feelings? Its not much different than having laws passed that "prohibit competition" for businesses by requiring Licenses to do whatever. Want to cut hair? You need a License. Want to sell Lemonade? You need a License. Interior Design? License. And the reason they say we need all these things regulated is because of problems caused by existing businesses. And who were these businesses that did all the bad things? The big existing businesses already in place. So who benefits? Companies that use those License to prohibit competition, which allows for Monopolies. So what happens if that same concept is applied to Speech, not just for the people we elect, but for the people themselves that come out in support of your campaign? If your supporters have their Speech License revoked for speaking positively about you, how could you possibly win an election? What about Media Blackouts like they repeatedly did to Ron Paul? Point being, there are a LOT of ways to "steal" an election. For those who cant see the Big Picture, they cant see when there is real election interference. --- Brett85 - Just out of curiosity, did you see other forms of Election Interference?
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 04:09 PM
    Exactly. Today, if any country tries to ditch a Central Bank and Fiat Money System, the US will come in, declare them the enemy for some humanitarian crisis or false flag, and bomb them back into the stone age until they are again under the control of the International Banking Cartels. Anyone remember the Dinar? Gold backed money that Hussein (I think) was trying to introduce? What countries were not under the control of the Banks? Afghanistan, Syria, Lybia, Iran, and North Korea? There were a number of them, and now, the only ones left seem to be North Korea and Iran. And who are we beating the War Drums against? Modern Banking is a War Against Humanity.
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    Today, 04:00 PM
    http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2018/august/16/special-report-senator-rand-paul-on-his-recent-trip-to-russia/
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    Today, 07:39 AM
    Where's da Blues?
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 07:32 AM
    Dont tell me what I can and can not buy just because you think Im supposed to trust you with my money! Fuckers! This is WHY there is a WAR ON CASH!
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    Yesterday, 08:08 PM
    kcchiefs6465 replied to a thread LOL in World News & Affairs
    I was unaware that the WSJ were champions of both irony and freedom.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:36 PM
    "Never interrupt your enemy when they are making a mistake." Only trouble with the video is that people dont recognize Socialism as a mistake, and Fox News watchers dont question the validity of the lopsided statements they hear. They are trained to be Parrots, and only repeat what they hear, and dont challenge ideas as they are presented to them. I believe our job, like Danke did, is to call out the mistakes. So kudos to Danke on that! Thats when we mop the floor!
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    Yesterday, 05:18 PM
    Agreed. I didnt post it to be pro socialism. Free education has big problems. The reason I posted was because Fox News is full of shit. Back on "Free Education" for a second. Lets say education is "free" but not paid for by taxes, instead, by big corporations. Would those corporations not have an undue level of influence on what is taught in schools? Now, if education isnt free, then the people can "vote" with how much money they have. Same problem, colleges will listen to those with the most money, and they will listen to big corporations over anyone taking out student loans to pay for that education. On the "isnt free" side, big corporations can still buy any politician with campaign contributions and control how education works indirectly. Im not agreeing or disagreeing with your statement, but trying to identify all possible avenues of problems. And, as usual, I think the best solution is a Free Market Economy with truly privatized schools, or flat out Home Schooling and Education, where children may even learn the Trade Skills of their parents, which are completely unrecognized by anyone who buys into "you need a college degree" media hype.
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    Yesterday, 05:08 PM
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-18/california-wants-force-restaurants-only-offer-kids-milk-or-water-meals Perhaps the REAL solution is to get Govt OUT of telling people what to eat? If Govt continues to have "authority to regulate what you eat recognized" while simultaneously only recognizing big corporations, everyone will end up on a diet of pure Brawndo.
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    Yesterday, 04:57 PM
    https://yro.slashdot.org/story/18/08/18/036254/eu-accepts-resolution-abolishing-planned-obsolescence-making-devices-easier-to-repair Meanwhile in the US, people are only granted the Right (Permission) to throw shit away well before its time in order to make them buy a new product and keep the giants afloat. If US companies had their druthers, there would be little if any repair at all. Dont get me wrong, there is true obsolescence and planned obsolescence. Planned obsolescence is quite destructive to the people and only benefits big companies. Real obsolescence is making way to better technology and ideas, and inspires genuine innovation.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:53 PM
    First two videos appear to be gone or censored.
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    Yesterday, 04:52 PM
    https://yro.slashdot.org/story/18/08/18/0159259/australians-who-wont-unlock-their-phones-could-face-10-years-in-jail
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    08-17-2018, 11:18 PM
    kcchiefs6465 started a thread LOL in World News & Affairs
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    08-17-2018, 10:05 PM
    It could become a problem, definitely. I appreciate you posting the article. Then again, artificial desert lifestyles probably aren't long term sustainable (when speaking in terms of millenniums). And of course you know as well as I that they cry wolf every other year about a new shortage. Be it oil, water, or whatever. And too, NYC is supposed to be underwater by now etc. I am starting to feel that if I am overly skeptical and misread an impending disaster that that would still be their shortcoming as they have been consistently wrong for as long as I can remember.
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    08-17-2018, 09:51 PM
    52% probability is heads or tails. Heads or tails, the experts are uncertain. A 19 year metric. It is a wonder why other metrics aren't measured in obscure timeframes.
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    08-17-2018, 09:44 PM
    The quick and simple answer is that they do not care about veterans and their suffering. Also, it is not their money.
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  • kcchiefs6465's Avatar
    08-17-2018, 09:31 PM
    A big take away from the article you posted (after eviscerating Prince's claim of Austrian Economic influence): ETA: And now that you posted that, I faintly remember his comments. If you can find the thread of it here, you will probably find me in it, mocking his comments, documenting different charges of crimes against him, etc. He is an Austrian influenced free market entrepreneur much the way Newt Gingrich is a libertarian.
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    08-17-2018, 09:22 PM
    It's funny that Forbes uses an obvious private or dispensary grow as the picture for their article.... implying that that is what is being studied. It would be more accurate to pull a cannabis ruderalis plant off of the side of a West Virginian highway, keep the dirt on the roots, throw it into a food processor, and take a picture of the result if you were looking for an accurate representation of what so called scientists call scientific grade cannabis.
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    08-17-2018, 09:18 PM
    Thank you. 5,400 pounds of that? Use it for mulch.
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  • kcchiefs6465's Avatar
    08-17-2018, 09:10 PM
    Right. Yet posted without comment. Let me ask you then, Zippy. What is a reasonable cost of a military parade?
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    08-17-2018, 08:41 PM
    That it is even a question showcases how ridiculous modern America has become. And then it gets into the point of, who proofread and published it? Apples to dollars-- a fucking weirdo.
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    08-17-2018, 08:36 PM
    #Woofwoof In all seriousness, what a fucking weirdo. If not trolling.
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    08-17-2018, 08:33 PM
    I'm a little behind in the DSMVIII. What is qu eering behavior?
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    08-17-2018, 08:18 PM
    I'm more offended by the name of the business. Where do they get the right to call themselves, Mantality Health? It is offensive towards those suffering with mental health issues and is demeaning towards women.
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    08-17-2018, 08:12 PM
    After watching the video, where is your claim that Erik Prince is a studied Austrian Economist coming from (absent Stefan Molyneux's assertion that he studied Austrian Economics in school)? A couple more thoughts on the matter: Erik Prince's disconnect that the meddling in Middle Eastern politics and carving out of land over the last 100 years has anything to do with instability in the region is probably tied to the loss of men employed by Blackwater and the idea that the mission was a moral one. He cannot reconcile the impact his actions have had with morality (or he is an evil person). He speaks about Houthi insurgency firing Surface to Surface missiles at US Battleships (yet doesn't mention the politics of Yemen or the US intervention in Yemen or even the fact that the US should not be there). He talks about terror cells in the Middle East arising in the power vacuum created by withdrawing troops in Iraq (doesn't acknowledge that Nisour Square, for example, created and will continue to create terror cells in the region or the fact that this vacuum was created by an unjust war). Stefan Molyneux should interview Michael Hayden next. We can have a drawn out, cognitively disconnected discussion of why everyone should be surveilled at all time. I'm sure he would be licking his lips to underhand softball questions to another champion of markets.
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