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    Today, 07:52 AM
    i can HEAR this picture
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    Today, 06:57 AM
    KInda like the twitter and facebook links right? You have to be a member right?I can't see any of their images or links because they have banned me.
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    Today, 06:54 AM
    https://truthsocial.com/@shenanigans27/108370538696915459
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    Today, 06:52 AM
    Only if we join that site.
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    Today, 06:07 AM
    /url] https://truthsocial.com/@DBHnBuckhead/108372319203958832[
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    Today, 06:01 AM
    https://truthsocial.com/@luvSB1/108372036779341270 I am posting link because when I wrap image tag I don't see anything after I post so this is the only way I know everyone can see it.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 03:56 AM
    Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. The stench of rot and decay coming off the corpse of this dying empire we live in drives many people insane. Every day there is a case of somebody "breaking bad" and shooting up a joint. Suicides, drug overdoses...all part of the problem. The only "conspiracy" afoot is the fact that the Marxist media organs just wait unto the proper situation comes up.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:11 PM
    The Attempt is ongoing.. The resistance is still timid.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:44 PM
    Some of the best film ever shot...I still get nervous for Christ's sake. "Ya mumbling stuttering prick ya!"
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:37 PM
    Woke capitalism. Two nations, two economies, two people. Secession, Now! ESG Energy Crisis: U.S. Rig Count Drops Despite Soaring Oil Prices
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    Everything is wrong for their narrative.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
    Well, he takes an honest stab at it, but misses a few key points. The single largest producing sector is offshore, and he does not mention any of that, or the fact that millions are spent on shoreside E and P, but billions get spent on offshore E and P. Openly hostile administrations like the current one are like throwing ice water on a wedding couple. No sane CEO of a "major" would commit to an ultra deepwater project in the US right now, or in the foreseeable future, even if West Texas crude was selling for $300 a bbl. That fact that he viewed ESG (Environment, Social and Government) as a "conspiracy theory" until he found out it wasn't, would suggest to me that he will not believe what the goal of the Marxist Malthusians ultimately is. It most certainly is not a fairy tale future of of all peoples holding hands singing "It's a Small World After All" on carousels powered by sunshine and unicorn farts.
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  • ClaytonB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:47 PM
    In the wake of the mass killing of schoolchildren in Uvalde, a lot of conservatives and libertarians are aflame with something that we might call cynical resistance to the standard narrative. The standard narrative has become so blatant that it is virtually impossible to understand events like Uvalde in any other light than their political usefulness. And this is an extremely troubling and sobering thought -- if it is the case that someone is somehow able to orchestrate such events, then what does this say about the true nature of darkness in the world? Are we even one step more "evolved" than the ancient Minoans or Phoenicians who slaughtered children in pagan ritual offerings to the deity Molech and to other pagan gods, then feasted on their flesh? If an event like Uvalde can be orchestrated, and this is done for political purposes, what is that except a ritual mass child sacrifice? But the fact is that we (the general public) simply don't have the information required to determine which is which. There is no proof that would be suitable for admission as evidence in a courtroom that this was orchestrated. Yes, the gun-grabbers never fail to leap on a political opportunity but leveraging opportunities does not prove premeditation or accomplice in the event itself. So we are left with this insoluble darkness -- every indication would lead any rational and skeptical individual to conclude that, indeed, mass school shootings are somehow being intentionally perpetrated as a kind of ritual child sacrifice meant to satiate the gods and bring about favorable political conditions for disarming the American public. But there's no proof. Notice that this pattern has been repeated countless times in the headlines since the 1990's when the modern template of "mass shootings are caused by guns, and so we need to ban/seize guns" first emerged in the US. One explanation is the old quote about insanity -- insanity is repeating the same thing again and again and expecting different results. But I don't like assuming that my enemy is insane. In fact, a truly clever enemy will act insane for the purposes of lulling you into a false sense of safety, then strike when you least expect it. No, something in this explanation is not right. And that leads us to the darker side of darkness. Mass spiritual trauma is itself a kind of sacrifice. Sure, you are not physically killing anyone, but you are killing their soul, or at least a little piece of it. I realized this when I lived in a downtown area for about six months. One day, as I was walking past the block-long row of homeless flying spare-change signs, I was overcome with an immense feeling of unmitigated fury. I was not angry at these people who, no matter their reasons for asking for money, were certainly not in very good circumstances. No, something else was bothering me. And then it struck me that what was really bothering me was that being forced to walk past these signs on a daily basis, looking into people's faces and eyes, and realizing that there was nothing I could possibly do to really help them, I was being psychologically conditioned to callousness towards my fellow man. And this is the insight that leads into understanding the darker side of darkness. The politicians talk about the homeless as if the homeless are the problem. But the homeless are just a symptom of the problem. The problem is somewhere else, out of sight. Where the homeless congregate in a city -- particularly in a downtown area -- is not random. They are like birds... they will settle down wherever they are not shooed away. And who does the shooing? It is the city's police or other agencies that are tasked with shooing them off of sidewalks, park benches, and so on. So when you walk past the row of homeless in your downtown district, that is not an accident or happenstance. Those people are present because they are not shooed away. They themselves are not the problem. Most of them really are unfortunates...
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    I usually don't comment on these mass shooting threads for several days because facts are always hazy things before the dust settles. But self defense is an individual right and responsibility. If someone prevents you from exercising that right, then they are assuming responsibility, and if they fail, then they are going to be criticized. (of course we know that the courts have declared that responders have no legal obligation to sacrifice their lives or safety for victims, so basically the only remaining intent here is to leave you defenseless). If I ran the justice system, any time a shooting like this occurred in a 'gun free zone' then a lawsuit would be launched against the establishment that declared it to be "gun free" when it obviously was not. At the very least, they'd be sued for false advertising.
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  • ClaytonB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:12 PM
    Deep State: "Yo, libertarians! We gotta doggie treat called School Shootings Happen Because All Cops Are Bastards! Come and get it!" Libertarians:
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  • ClaytonB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:05 PM
    Really? That's what we're going with? This is a blatantly obvious Obama/Biden/DC/MSMBS PSYOP , and we're just going to accept any random cell phone footage as "proof" of "what went down", as though we have never heard of or seen photos of crisis actors at the Boston Marathon Bombing, Sandy Hook, etc. All of that stuff is now "crazy kooky conspiracy theory". Not fog-of-war, PSYOP. Not CYA, PSYOP. Not police incompetence, PSYOP. Wake up!
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  • ClaytonB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:56 PM
    OK, that's fine. I think that people have become culturally accustomed to police, so they don't understand what you would have in its place. But you're right that what we don't need are thugs living on the public dime, which is what many police departments have become, and even among many non-corrupt police departments, there are still networks of corruption that are too deeply entrenched for them to eradicate. States should be free to choose their own solutions at the State-level, counties employ the sheriff model which has deep roots in common law, and healthy local governments will choose the correct solution for their security needs, whether that be a publicly-funded police department, private security contractors, or some other arrangement. What the D's are doing is, as always, so audacious as to be beyond description. If you commit crimes so heinous that no one would ever believe it is possible that such a crime could be committed, then no one will believe that such crimes are actually happening. And that's exactly what the D's are doing. They don't care about police corruption and they certainly don't want to eliminate their own corrupt cops. In fact, they shamelessly parade their police corruption in public view and then point to it as a reason to strip the rest of the country of their non-corrupt police. Let each State decide for itself how to do State-level security, let each county decide for itself how to perform the sheriff's function, let each local government decide for itself how to produce its security. This is not rocket-science and the founding fathers already built these local freedoms into the Constitution if we would bother to actually follow it...
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:42 PM
    Tell it it Vietnam or Afghanistan. and note that all that armor and equipment is located a lot closer to re-appropriation than people who make that claim think.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:19 PM
    Think of the Concept behind it (it is not far behind it) https://www.lawinsider.com/dictionary/prohibited-person https://rocketffl.com/prohibited-persons-firearm-possession/ It applies to Employment,,and Rentals Too.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:10 PM
    and the Jim Crow Crap that came before.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:05 PM
    Yup,, the Handler was unceremoniously dismissed early on. Catch and Release
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:01 PM
    I'M an Ex-Con..Not inclined and actually resistant to this crap. I was never a 'De-fund the Police" crowd, nor the Defend the Police Crowd. as stated before,,Rethink before Reform.. The Concept of Police (control enforcers) is an Authoritarian Concept,,and has no place in a Free society. And this Free Society did well without Police for a Hundred years before it was imported.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:07 PM
    Woman with Pistol Stops Man Firing at Graduation Party Crowd with AR-15 https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/05/27/alleged-attacker-with-an-ar-15-shot-dead-by-woman-with-pistol/ AWR HAWKINS 27 May 2022 An alleged attacker with an AR-15 was shot dead in Charleston, West Virginia, Wednesday night by a woman who was carrying a pistol for self-defense.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:02 PM
    Steve Pieczenik Retweeted classicalliberty @jsolom100 "I will not be lectured on gun control by a government that left 300,000 guns in Afghanistan for the Taliban."
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:58 PM
    This is turning into a long debate, but I would like to remind you that recently 57 Republican congressmen voted against spending $50+ billion we don't have and sending it to Ukraine for a war the US helped cause when the US instituted regime change in the 2014 coup. 11 Senators voted against it. Again, republicans. NOT ONE DEMOCRAT voted against it. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Where are the democrats who will oppose this evil? It has become incredibly one-sided (+many old guard GOP) but the only sign of resistance I'm seeing right now is all coming from the right. And yes, you could argue that they're only doing this because Biden is taking up the war position. That may be. But those 57 congressmen would never have been able to vote like that and survive re-election a decade ago. That's probably because the voters in their districts have changed. People in the GOP who wouldn't have given the libertarians the time of day in 2008, are now at least listening to once-"kooky" ideas about non-interventionism. And if you phrase it in terms they understand, which, admittedly ends up dripping with nationalism but at least showing how military adventurism abroad actually weakens America and does *not* make America Great (*GASP* He's right!), you'd be surprised how many find the concept of a less militaristic foreign policy appealing. The lightbulbs come on. There is sign of intelligent life. Try making the same argument to a liberal and they just screech at you and call you a Nazi. But you know what the funny thing is, the leftist comes over to assist the GOP establishment in a massive chorus and wants to evict those sensible representatives from government even if it potentially replaces them with warmongering neoconservatives.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:50 PM
    What if you had a "control" and nobody complied? My freedom does not get "controlled" because of what some broken human being on SSRI drugs did, and what stand down cops allowed him to do. If anything it should be enhanced, in order for me to even have a chance at surviving this Mad Max dystopia you people are creating. Eh...I'm done talking...no "control" will work, except a complete and total authoritarian crack down of house to house sweeps, arrests and confiscations like in NOLA after Katrina. So, do it.
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