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    I'm gonna guess he's bit off a little more than he can chew...
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    09-25-2022, 10:04 PM
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    09-25-2022, 10:01 PM
    Gives a whole new meaning to "Zero Emissions".... :tears:
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    09-24-2022, 11:07 AM
    I've always found this a very odd tendency in the Internet age -- it's like asking where this specific bucket of water drawn from the ocean came from. There's no way to know, it's an ocean. I realize that, in the pre-Internet age, this made a lot of sense. In the time of newsletters, bulletins, journals, etc. knowing who to trust mattered a lot. But now the information is just freely copy/pasted far and wide, so it's usually more important to know how to snarf out valuable information (whoever it may come from) than to know who it originated from. Not always, but usually. The British colonized much of the world on the basis of their closed-door system of social titles and rank,etc. The Americans expanded and deepened this colonization using the hard power of military force. The Indian method is more laid back. They colonize by just going to other parts of the world and being Indian. They're playing the long game -- after there are no more bombs left to drop because modernity has collapsed on itself, people will still be people. And the only question at that time will be what sort of life is the good life, as it was in ancient Greece, for example. The culture of India has astoundingly deep insight into that question. It doesn't seem like the kind of thing that could conquer the world... but after the bomb-worshipers finish obliterating each other, it certainly could conquer the world...
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    09-22-2022, 09:54 AM
    Time to bring back the gossip's bridle?
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    09-19-2022, 11:29 PM
    That's. A real thing that really exists... :nauseated: We are truly in Clown World... :rolleyes:
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    09-19-2022, 11:05 AM
    The "how" doesn't matter. What matters is that the official story is a provable lie. And as for "impossibility", please never attend a stage-magic show, you will be existentially undone. What is "possible" or "impossible" is entirely a matter of perspective...
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    09-18-2022, 09:59 PM
    :raisinghand:
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    09-18-2022, 09:53 PM
    That's so hilarious I had to make an edit...
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    09-18-2022, 09:32 PM
    You're standing exactly where I was standing circa 2009 when I began my journey on 9/11 truth. And I'll skip ahead 13 years of learning to give you the punchline: it doesn't matter how it was done, it was a false flag used to start illegal wars and pass a raft of literal Enabling Act legislation (Patriot Act, NDAA, MCA, NDAA2, etc.) Nobody is denying the fact of blowback from US foreign policy and, of course, Ron Paul is exactly on-point that that's the primary lesson that the politicians in Congress, and even many ordinary Americans, need to learn from 9/11. But the fact remains that not only did they lie, they all lied, on record, in the biggest cover-up in history except for the crucifixion itself. Was it planted charges? Remotely-operated drones? Were the hijackers actually on the planes or just executed and their bodies disposed at sea? Was it holograms or CGI? Who knows and, frankly, it doesn't matter because no matter which of these stories is the true one (or something else altogether), what we know for sure is that the official report is provably and materially false. Can you think of any other massive political event that was surrounded by exactly the same cloud of supposed "fog-of-war confusion"? How many different versions of JFK's assassination have you heard? The MO is a fingerprint and it's a complete give-away. I'm not black-pilling, either. I'm just saying that you have to let the facts say what the facts say, no matter how uncomfortable it is. And I don't need to convince anyone to believe that the WTC towers were destroyed by controlled demolition. But people do need to wake up to the fact that they're being lied to in all the ways that are supposed to be impossible because of all the "terrible consequences" that would happen to the people in charge if they lied on record. That's precisely what they've been doing for many decades -- longer than I've been alive -- on an industrial scale... cosmic even. They are lying so hard it can't even be explained in words how much they're lying. Not all of it is provable, but anyone with basic common-sense and two brain-cells to rub together can easily arrive at 99.9% confidence that they are being lied to just by comparing the known historical facts of these events with the official story about them. We are being lied to by the very people who can put us in prison for 30 years to life for lying to a federal official. Think about that power-differential. Think about how that plays into plea-deals. Wanna risk getting 30 years in federal prison while trying to prove a speculative theory about how you think someone in office broke federal law and lied on record? Now, think about the implications to representative government. How are the States supposed to be holding the Federal government to its constitutional obligations when there is this absurd differential in power? The table is tilted, they have their thumb on the scales... no, they've parked a Mack truck on the scales and we're required pretend that their "justice" is blind. Well, it's blind, but not in that sense... This is why people need to wake up and stop accepting "The Narrative". There are many paths to that destination. If 9/11 doesn't work for you, that's OK. Find another path. But if you have even one honest cell in your body, your arrival at the destination is inevitable, because nobody can honestly believe the lies we are being told after informing themselves about what is really going on, even slightly. Ron Paul has played a key role in starting this ball rolling... it's up to us to keep the momentum...
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    09-18-2022, 08:32 PM
    Sorry. Not sorry... :tears:
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    09-18-2022, 04:01 PM
    Yet more student lecturing the professor. Schumpeter was a confused economist, at best. If you want to understand the points you are trying (and failing) to make in respect to the corruption of the market by the "elites", give this lecture a go: Gabb is the kind of conservative that you keep mistaking me for (which is why I am recommending him), but he has his head screwed on correctly and knows up from down.
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    09-18-2022, 03:30 PM
    There is nothing worth replying to, however: That's your problem right there. "Believe in" is either a religious or political sentiment that is useless for understanding human action (that is, human choice). Since you're a history buff, I assume you've read a lot of long, dry books. Take a shot at Human Action sometime, it's not a difficult read but you might want to keep a notebook handy and jot down definitions along the way. That's the best I can do for you, consider it a life-ring thrown to a drowning man who keeps insisting he's a fish....
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    09-18-2022, 09:22 AM
    Against what?! I'm not against Congress defining the dollar in terms of a fixed weight of gold, or silver. If they do this near market rates, for both metals, however, it's going to cause problems. There is a long history of this, so I would imagine that a historian would know how to dig up some books and read about it to understand it from a historical perspective. Price controls literally cannot help anything and, in fact, necessarily cause harm. The popular myth to the contrary is based on a fundamental failure to understand human choice, and trade. By definition, any two people who are voluntarily trading are both benefiting from the trade. Re-read that sentence before you speak -- it's true by definition. Yet, despite the fact that this is true by definition, as well as relatively obvious, this is not well understood among the public because of the prevalence of disinformation about basic economic facts. The purpose of this disinformation is to keep the masses in general ignorance and confusion resulting in permanent poverty. A price-control prohibits a mutually-beneficial trade that would have occurred from occurring. This is the opposite of a Pareto improvement -- the result of a price-control is that there are two people who are made worse off, for sure, and nobody else is made any better off. Yeah, I've seen every variation of this "Jesus was akshually a socialist" schtick and it's... not true.
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    09-17-2022, 03:01 PM
    I've misunderstood nothing in this thread. Cut it out with the poisoning-the-well fallacy and other rhetorical dirty tricks. If you want to point out a specific claim you believe is erroneous and debate it, let's go. I'll keep bringing the hurt, all day, every day...
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