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    Yesterday, 10:08 PM
    You missed the point of the meme (I am the author of the meme, in case it's not obvious) -- Cheney is an irrelevant dinosaur that they brought out of cyrostasis in order to rally some kind of imaginary "neocon base" within the GOP. There is no neocon base, there never was, there are just the neocons and those RINOs among the GOP that they were able to dupe for the duration. They didn't need to build a political movement because the purpose of the War on of Terror, the second gulf war, the Patriot Act, MCA, NDAA, etc is right now before your eyes: the maggot-eating WEF Antichrist/NWO. That was the whole plan from long before the first "plane strike" hit the WTC towers. In case it's not completely crystal clear to lurkers: they closed the schools and they never really reopened them; a lot of school is just Zoom-based and, if government schools were a joke before, they're a full-blown 3-ring circus now. The point? Government indoctrination is the fundamental foundation stone of the Antichrist/NWO tyranny. Without it, you cannot indoctrinate the next generation of lobotomized socialist zombies. They closed their own indoctrination centers. From this, we can infer that they believe this is the final generation of humanity. There will be no more children to educate, going forward. Maybe they're right, maybe they're wrong but one thing's for certain: this is not business-as-usual. This is another kind of thing we have never seen before. So, no, I don't give a damn what Cheney says. It's just venom spewing from a snake's mouth. There's no useful information to be gleaned from it, whatsoever. Dore ripped Cheney to shreds in this bit, which is hilarious... The only thing I care to hear from Cheney is either repentance and submission to the Lord Jesus, or his last breath so he stops thieving air that doesn't belong to him.
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    Yesterday, 09:42 PM
    I don't agree with this theory, I think it is historically unsound. It is based on a failure to correctly assess the immense effect of the Federal Reserve on US politics, beginning in 1913, and the world wars. No, we did not have a massive Mexican immigration problem in 1913. The overriding purpose of the Federal Reserve -- far and above all other secondary purposes it may serve -- is (a) to fund political bribery (aka "lobbying", but it's not just lobbying when you have a printing-press) and (b) welfare for the rich (primarily in the form of bank bailouts). In other words, the Fed is socialism for the Davos class. All those billionaires are raking in fat, risk-free, guaranteed dividends because they are all part of a system that's "too big to fail" and guaranteed to be bailed out with the printing-press. These are mainly hereditary, old-world families, with a few nouveau-riche permitted to enter the club and learn the ropes if they prove to be sufficiently adept at licking boots. Between the establishment of the Fed, and the first and second world wars, there was a massive influx of political elites from other countries, to the US. Those immigres were the parents, grandparents or great-grandparents of the bureaucrats staffing all the Federal agencies, and the term-limit busting Congressional dinosaurs which we call "the Swamp". So, the Swamp isn't just doe-eyed Red State politicians who flew off to Washington to fix the Social Security deficit, and then got bought out and corrupted by lobbyists. That's part of it, but those are actually the bit-players. The Swamp is deeply, deeply entrenched, and our foreign entanglements have brought alll the chickens home to roost, right in the place where they can do the most damage to ordinary Americans: Washington, DC. It was all fun when we were chanting Rah-Rah-Go-America, Bomb-Those-Towel-Heads, and other such single-digit IQ WWE nonsense. But the actual cost to us is the present political reality. We bombed foreign people and they sent their best minds over here to "persuade" us to change, that is, to infiltrate and subvert the Central Nervous System of American politics. And they have been wildly successful. Yes, we have a demographic war being waged on our southern border but the lack of a wall is not even remotely close to being the cause of that war. It's just a band-aid that will help the DC Swamp ignore the problem and kick it down the another half-generation so our children will have to deal with it. Plus, it dovetails in many ways with the increase of Federal power, which DC always wants.
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    Yesterday, 07:29 PM
    You go get 'em, tiger! ;)
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    Yesterday, 06:36 PM
    It is a warning but it is also a prophecy ... unless, of course, you want take on 20 centuries of church dogma. Revelation is not just a hodge-podge of weird visions, as it seems at first brush. It is a highly structured, extremely concise and logical recapitulation of Old Testament apocalyptic prophecy. If Revelation were not part of the Bible, the Jews would have been right to kill Jesus. If Jesus is not returning in power to fulfill the messianic prophecies, then he was never the Messiah to begin with. The Bible is not an abstraction, a book of moral codes, or mere fables -- there is unfinished business between God and the wicked of this world, and he is returning to settle the accounts, once and for all. The Bible clearly explains that God's patient endurance of the wicked in the desperate hope that they will change their ways is the primary reason for the suffering in this world -- God permits them to go on in their wickedness for a time in the hopes that he will be able to correct them before time runs out for good. We suffer at the hands of the tyrant because God is patient and he is holding out hope that he can reach the tyrant in his sins, and so bring him to repentance and turn him away from the eternal flames. Those who will not repent, those who rebel against God to the bitter end... will face God -- not God the Father but, rather, God the Judge and Warrior. We speak about it poetically in this way, and people sometimes find it off-putting because they feel that, if God judges, he is somehow rigging the game. But it cannot be emphasized strongly enough that God is simultaneously perfectly just (more just than those who wring their hands about the problem of the justice of hell) and he is a consuming fire. The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. If God were a supremely powerful human king over your land, you would fear him -- whether or not you respected him, you would fear him. And that is the beginning of wisdom, because if you do not fear the supremely powerful, that is how you end up impaled, roasted over a spit and fed to the pigs. To fail to give God at least the meager respect you would afford a human king, even a king you despised, is the height of folly. And those who actively rebel against God to the bitter end are being led into just such a trap. And it is their own choice, their blood will be entirely on their own heads. ".... whose damnation is just." (Romans 3:8b)
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    Yesterday, 06:23 PM
    I don't give a damn about arrests or indictments because I know that Satan's network of evil cannot be stopped by those things. What I care about is seeing that look on their faces: We need to see a hell of a lot more of that look. That's how we'll know "It's Happening" for really-real. No more la-la land bullshit. No more Antichrist delusions, no more "it's all a dream", no more "the world isn't real", no more "it's all a simulation", no more "I'm the only one who exists, and I am God and I create my own reality." The actual power of God cuts straight through all the bullshit to the quick of the heart and summarily shatters all delusions with the finality of eating asphalt.
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    Yesterday, 06:07 PM
    They will be. They will be... "I will deal with them according to their conduct, and by their own standards I will judge them. Then they will know that I am the Lord." (Ezekiel 7:27b)
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    Yesterday, 04:40 PM
    Dore roasts Cheney (much-deserved): Lying Cheney is the #2 reason (second only to Lying Bush) that I am not a Republican (I'm proud to say that I left 18 years ago!) and never again will be a Republican (unless it becomes impossible for liars and traitors like these to lead that party). I remember reading an expose on the neocons a long time ago showing that they all have Marxist roots and background -- if the neocons were a left-wing infiltration of the GOP, all I can say is that they were spectacularly successful. If you want to do a controlled-demolition of an entire political movement from within, that's how you do it. I was young when I voted for Bush 2. I believed all the hype. Like 99% of Americans, I had few questions in the wake of 9/11. I was not pro-war, and I did not understand the point of invading Afghanistan but I supported America, right or wrong. (Now I understand the invasion, and it was the opposite of everything stated on television). The Iraq war was the beginning of the end for me. By the time Colin Powell did his famous UN presentation, I was starting to question what was really going on behind closed doors. I knew that the Dems were just on a politically-motivated tear that had nothing to do with the truth, and that the entire debate over "WMDs in Iraq" was just a Wag the Dog trick. But something wasn't right and it appeared that the Republicans were just doing the same, in reverse. And as I began digging into what's really going on behind closed doors, everything began to crumble like a poorly constructed house of cards. Yeah, it was all BS. Which means that trillions of dollars, thousands of American soldiers and untold Iraq civilians were sacrificed on the altar of American greed and power, all under the flag of the GOP which had control of both the White House and Congress, with a relatively non-hostile SCOTUS. So, if you want to understand why the conservative/libertarian movement has been disintegrated to ash in the post-911 era, start by looking into the real story of Bush, Cheney and the neocon gang that rode them into power. Marxists and traitors, all of them. America had a lot of problems in 2001. I was a young man and believed all the propaganda about the new century, new millennium, all the hope, the possibility, the optimism. Things were about to get better than they had ever been before. But that was all strangled to death on 9/11 and I had no idea until nearly 10 years later when the new political reality began to set in. We were attacked by terrorists on 9/11, for sure, and they achieved all their objectives, beyond their wildest dreams. Post-9/11 America is 100% fear-based, culturally and politically. Only a few countries in the world have more fear than America... North Korea, Iran and maybe a few others. I come from a hardline conservative political background, just one degree removed from the "vast right-wing conspiracy" that paranoid Hillary is always harping about. The monster hiding under our beds as children was called the New World Order. It was hiding in the bushes just across the street, waiting to kick in our doors, throw flash-bang grenades, kidnap us from our parents for the crime of home-schooling, and put us into government indoctrination centers. In my later teens and early adulthood, I consciously rejected all the black-pilling. Sure, things are bad. But not everybody's bad. There are enough good guys out there that things will get turned around. Then 9/11 happened. I opposed the Patriot Act. I opposed the MCA. I opposed the NDAA. I did not support the invasion of Afghanistan. I opposed the invasion of Iraq. All of this unconstitutional "law", alien to American history and values, is foreign culture smuggled into our country by crooks and traitors.
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    Yesterday, 09:31 AM
    Bump for updated link in OP
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    Yesterday, 08:46 AM
    Agreed. Obviously, a huge invasion of 10's of thousands of immigrants or a military land-invasion or anything like that is a collective security issue that would have to be addressed. Gradually sneaking in over time is also a problem, but it can be addressed through tracking and targeting, round-up and summary deportation. The point is that the GOP and aligned interests are promoting an impossible fantasy. We have no issues requiring a 30-foot tall steel/concrete fence on the northern border. That's because Canada has similar welfare-state policy as the US so Canadians won't bother immigrating here for the same handouts they already have at home. Rather than addressing the absurdity of the welfare-state policies and working to remove them, the GOP just wants to build a wall. That's called capitulation and, really, treachery. This was one of the main reasons I quit the Republican party after Bush II. I can imagine voting for Trump but I will never be a Republican again, not so long as they continue to be the "Marxism, but more gradually"-party. That is the unspoken reason behind all the political machinations surrounding the southern wall. If the GOP were addressing the root of the problem (welfare-State handouts), the incentive to cross the Southern border from Mexico would be massively lower, because those handouts would be far less than they are today. But the GOP has discovered the Fount of All Political Progress: blatantly lying to your base... such as saying you're "the party of small government", and then pork-barrelling the explicitly Marxist opposition to shame. These are all operational questions that can be negotiated between the States through the Federal mechanism. What we have now is a fantastical absurdity, an idol constructed to keep everybody busy arguing over whether they're for the idol or against the idol, instead of talking about the real issues, which go completely unaddressed. That's why you need ID. I don't care why/how you got here, you can't vote without valid identification and registration. This is obvious.
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    Yesterday, 08:34 AM
    Which experts are real experts? MY experts. Yours are fake. :rolleyes:
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    Yesterday, 08:26 AM
    NPCs among us... :rolleyes:
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    08-06-2022, 11:55 AM
    Folks, don't forget about political prisoners like Ross Ulbricht!
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    08-06-2022, 11:01 AM
    :tears:
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    08-06-2022, 10:56 AM
    Meh, while the Federal Reserve prints money out of thin-air, I don't think the mechanics are quite as naked as that. At least, they would only resort to such measures under extreme duress. Like the master liars that they are, they tell 99.99% truth. But that 0.01% of lying is the biggest whopper ever... I suppose. While bribes are evil, I don't resent the idea that elected public officials would receive "perks of the job". People want to reward people they believe are doing good and it is the human tendency to primarily focus on political system as the primary means of fixing society, so lots of people with money want to donate/gift that money to people in office, not even as bribes, as straight-up gifts. Of course, there's a sliding-scale between gifts and bribes, and that's one of the things that makes it so damn complicated. Spiritually, that is 100% the truth. Logistically, they are the primary cause of most of the havoc in society. The problem is that most of us stop short of going back to root-cause and just look at the superficial problems.
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    08-06-2022, 10:20 AM
    It would be a powerful statement for sure. At this point, I feel like an Old Testament prophet... we deserve the wrath of God, and this place must be destroyed, if it is to be saved at all. Maybe Russia has to achieve world dominance before American society wakes up and realizes the crack-addicted corrupt psychopath it has become...
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    08-06-2022, 10:08 AM
    But it's not my duty to pay the costs of your local border defense. Prior to mechanization, it was common for cities to be walled or fortified or at least have some kind of defensive fallback. Sure, city walls are "ugly", but it's not society's duty to pay for the aesthetic preferences of people who prefer to have unwalled cities. If a city maintains Israeli-style security at its entry/exit-points, it doesn't matter what overseas guests/visitors I have on my ranch... they will not be able to enter that city. And that's the point -- the idea of a "sealed border" that is thousands of miles long (including thousands of miles of wilderness beach-front) is just silly. Even Britain cannot perfectly seal its borders, despite the fact that they are an island, their coast is far smaller than ours and they have little, if any, wilderness beaches. For this reason, it doesn't make sense to try to do demographic-control at the national scale, certainly in the US. It's just an exercise in absurdity, yet another statist delusion. In addition, security does not come from "general absence of threats" any more than a virus can be contained by everybody wearing masks. If you have a soft target, you surround that target with a wall and keep it safe. If you have a virus that targets the elderly and immune-compromised, you segregate them and you carefully control entry/exit to minimize the probability that the infection enters. The inversion of obvious security realities is always motivated by political goals. In this case, it is GOP/Dem wrangling. GOP wants increased domestic MIC spending, Dems want demographic warfare at the voting booth and elsewhere. Both are garbage.
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    08-05-2022, 09:45 PM
    PqVM1GNKIOET Where there's smoke, there's fire. But where I think the patriot movement sometimes gets led around by its nose, is that smoke can drift a long ways before you catch wind of it. So, you've got to follow the trail all the way back to the source. Unfortunately, that's a lot more difficult than it sounds, at first brush. Many patriots show that they fundamentally do not understand their enemy, because they are looking for "mass arrests" and "unsealed indictments". If human courts could solve these problems, they would have been solved long, long ago. This is a spiritual war. The Gospel is all about signing up to enlist as a foot-soldier in that war. You can wander around the battlefield blindfolded, if you wish, or you can take the blindfold off by going straight to the source: Jesus. This is 0% fake, 100% real, and 100% material. Many are going to die. Many will be martyred. And many will be gathered to the valley of Hinnom and slaughtered there in a river of blood. This is going to get much much darker before the dawn...
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    08-05-2022, 09:17 PM
    They are air thieves. Somebody needs to send collections after them...
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    08-05-2022, 09:14 PM
    You wouldn't. You should be ashamed to use the names in your screen-name. You aren't worthy of any of those names. But your overly-long screen-name sure does screw up the HTML rendering on the New Posts page. Purely an accident, of course...
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    08-05-2022, 09:04 PM
    Millions of subscribers enjoyed FPSRussia's hilariously light-hearted content. Today, we have knuckle-dragging knockoffs like Demolition Ranch but nobody has done it like FPS since then. He was a real phenomenon. And that's the real reason they took him down. These people are envious snakes. They hate that firearms bring law-abiding citizens freedom, and joy. "Statistics" is, for them, just a convenient excuse to try to argue that they want to "make things safer" by disarming the public. The ATF... keeping us safe from 100% law-abiding entertainment channels since... who cares. What a bunch of losers.
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