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    Today, 01:55 AM
    It makes me greatful for Ron Paul and probably even more so RPF. The truth is buried under a lot of shit fed by friends, family, teachers, politicians, media, and society in general. I imagine these people notice or 'feel' that something is wrong, but with the inherent belief that 'government = good' their conclusions, solutions, and actions are fucked. I could've easily ended up as one of these shitbags.
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    Today, 01:46 AM
    Completely agree. My greatest question is if they are an actual arm of the gov or just a product of the culture government has created that they find, as you say, useful.
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    Yesterday, 09:14 PM
    hahahaha 'democratically managed stateless society'.... that shit is funny. This really reminds me of the 'antifascists and anarchist' from Europe that I've been seeing on the youtube. And the media and police are so complicit in it. The media is reporting this in a way that really admonishes the victims. And the police have been so tolerant on the assault of Trump supporters. They are acting like they want this to be a staple of modern day politics.
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    Yesterday, 05:38 PM
    P3ter_Griffin replied to a thread "Texit?" in U.S. Political News
    Very much so, 'diplomacy over war' and all that. But how likely are we to see it come to fruition? Is it more likely that a constitutional amendment could be passed allowing for secession or that a state secedes against the union's wishes (regardless of the outcome from the aftermath)? Where does the grassroots secession discussion take place on the interwebs? I don't see much here on RPF.
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    06-25-2016, 05:05 PM
    The British politicians would have to conspire with the EU for this to happen. A lack of investment by those wishing to harm Britain would be creating opportunity for the people around the world who don't care if Britain remains part of the EU, which I think is a majority of people. And erecting barriers in scientific collaboration such as vaccines would lead to finding 'new' collaborators, such as the 'Eastern Bloc', along with any fellow 'exiters'.
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    06-24-2016, 04:50 PM
    Running the risk of just summarizing what I stated earlier, I think the principles that answer the heart of the OP's question... as I understand it of course.. is this: people are willing to risk their lives in the pursuit of money, people are willing to give their life in the pursuit of justice. people are generally good and therefore, if equipped with factual information, will generally support the defender over the aggressor. I think this is human nature you can see everyday.
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    06-24-2016, 04:43 PM
    Colour me surprised, Helmuth eluding to a position he will not declare nor defend. Hopefully you'll be by soon to tell me how emotional I'm being for pointing that out, so we can see everything you have to offer in a concise area.
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    06-24-2016, 12:36 AM
    I saw this tweet before I tuned into the livecast and so I found it funny when I heard from a MP infavor of remaining in the EU say that this has been a long standing desire for some people of Britain and that the debate was well hashed out with positive and negatives to remaining in the EU and that the people decided to leave. Maybe I misunderstand him and he's making a reference to why democracy is bad but then including "how quickly" just really takes away from his statement.
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    06-23-2016, 11:25 PM
    It is also not too far fetched to imagine that those who the mega rich seek to coerce with those private armies and others not effected but motivated to join their defensive cause could establish private armies. The greatest thing a government provides is legitimacy. Legitimacy dictates where the men and money will go. Without legitimacy, and with enough steadfast opposition, the end result will be the illegitimate side losing. So mega rich individuals do have great power in the absence of government, because they have lots of money and that too can motivate people to risk their lives, but when they fight for injustice they will find a foe that is self plenishing and with less fear of death, and will eventually drain them of their money. haha, typing that it kind of reminds me of what we're experiencing with our FP.
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    06-23-2016, 09:44 PM
    woot. sky news calling it for Brexit.
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    06-21-2016, 06:40 PM
    This is a link to a spreadsheet of all mining companies listed on the toronto exchanges tsx and tsxv, including some relevant info like market cap and trade volume HQ location, etc. The broker I used to use to trade Canadian stocks sold or merged with another company and as far as I can tell no longer offers a platform for individual buyers to purchase individual stocks. the toronto exchanges offer more than mining if you're interested, http://www.tmxmoney.com/en/index.html ... under the research tab then under summaries, listings, sectors you can find more resources like the one above on different sectors.
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    06-21-2016, 03:42 PM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9Pq5JZ2Fd8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWXkepwOD2s
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    06-21-2016, 01:24 PM
    And to look at the statement on its face, let me ask you rhetorically what is it that makes the marketplace continue to be 'better'? In my view, it is free association, the ability for the consumer to go where they wish to purchase what services or stuff they need or desire. That ability is what motivates the individual or businessman to provide better quality services or products, and to provide lower prices. Why does this, what I consider a bedrock principle, not translate to greater efficacy of government, when in all other areas or life (the market place, choosing a spouse, choosing a career) this freedom of choice makes things better? IMO it actually does, and this is one of those inconsistencies that I believe prove the lack of merits of some philosophies.
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    06-21-2016, 02:45 AM
    The Orlando club probably didn't have these: (barricades that shoot out of the ground to stop motorist) nor these: ("free" overzealous security) Part of being smart and doing bad things is figuring out how to insulate yourself from the repercussions of the bad things you've done.
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    06-21-2016, 02:28 AM
    Shit, it would be inefficient for me to purchase your property, so should I just take it? It would (hypothetically) be inefficient for me to spend the time to find a women who will say 'yes' to sex with me, so should 'no' stop me? From what I can tell, if you use anything other than morality to guide your philosophy you are susceptible to doing bad things and the final philosophical work, unless it is pure evil, will be inconsistent. Sometime good will be bad, sometimes bad will be good, and sometime positions will align where they should, if you follow logical progressions. That, to me, proves their in-correctness.
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