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  • idiom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:46 PM
    I have read his papers. Do you think Jesus Christ says we ought to have neighbors that speak our language, look like us and behave like us? How would Jesus enforce such a social code? Why would Jesus see to strictly limit His neighbours freedoms? Also I went and had a look at your three papers after the first post, no need to spam them.
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  • Original_Intent's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:36 PM
    A recurring theme of my life since Bush Sr. vs. Mondale - every general election - "Is this the best we can do?"
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:13 PM
    Of course they are. They wanted this. Frankly, I wish "we" would hush up about it as well. Nothing but excuses for the Marxists to disarm me.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:07 PM
    You gotta hand it to our oppressors, they are clever, they work hard and they never, ever stop. By pivoting Marxist canon from class to race, and then to introduce intersectionalism, so as to render nothing of the old order (including us) worth saving, is brilliant, strictly from a Machiavellian, political planning view. How I wish "we" were one tenth as committed, smart and organized. Instead we run around yipping and sniffing each other's asses, too scared to even acknowledge the threat, let alone fight back effectively against it.
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  • JoshLowry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:29 PM
    "A truly intelligent person welcomes new ideas, for new ideas can add to the synergy of other accumulated ideas." I did not ask that you donate or pledge your life to Austin. Think for yourself. There is no we. I share what I find valuable. You don't want to put in any effort to understand, that's fine with me.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:01 PM
    This is the only nit I'd pick in your post: the Marxist takeover of education, especially at universities, has been ongoing since the end of WWII. It was funded, as were Marxist revolutionists around the globe, by the USSR. There was a brief respite in the 1990s when the Soviets left the field broke, until the Maoist Chinese could get set up, with Bill Clinton's and Donald Rumsfeld's help, to take over in the new millennium. The Chinese are proving to be much better Marxists than the Russians ever could have been and in one generation have managed to turn them against country and family.
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:49 PM
    Could just do that. From what I've heard, may viruses tend to get weaker with each mutation.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:40 PM
    Good fucking question. One I have been asking for years now, as it's been my position all along that you will not push back out of control cops and the state behind them without force. I tried for decades to get somnolent white folks to get pissed, get angry and start raising hell in the streets because, even more obviously now, that is what works. Everything else is just mental masturbation. Now I'm trying to get them off their asses and stir their stumps to save their fucking lives, and still, I'm met with nothing but suicidal sloth and stupidity. Freedom is not popular...and the only way you can get idiot white people out raising hell is in the larger name of Marxist revolution, because they are high functioning retards, and that is all they know and have been indoctrinated in. And where the hell the "cold dead fingers" crowd is at, well, that's an even better question.
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    So if that's true, what makes them think antibodies from a vaccine would last any longer?
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  • idiom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:31 PM
    I know exactly where the revolutionaries come from and what their ideas are. I am saying it is irrelevant. Most of the movement doesn't support them. The trouble with revolutions is they are easy to co-opt. A shit tonne of people stuck at home watched a man in custody get suffocated slowly for 8 and a half minutes while other officers stood around. Most people think that's fucking unamerican. Their outrage is not because they are communists. People shouldn't be dying in custody., even if they're black and criminals. The protestors are in no way loyal to the critical theorists. There is nothing to be loyal to. They are unable to create positive normative causes. There is a total vacuum of leadership on this.
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  • idiom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:20 PM
    If y'all protested government excess like the blacks do now this wouldn't be a problem. People keep saying any day now the weight of government will be too much. It will start a civil war. Got ammo n guns n such. Then someone dies from the literal weight of government on camera. Why aren't you all out burning the precincts down? Y'all hate the state so damn much? Where is your volcanic rage when the government oversteps?
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:18 PM
    This one wasn't bad either: Jul 10 Replying to Michaelmalice “The party of principle” embracing collectivist dogma to pander to groups who actively want to destroy those principles.
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  • idiom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:14 PM
    BLM the organisation can't sustain anything. Look at Evergreen State. What they have done is created conditions for people like us with actual answers to stand up. New Zealand has a higher percentage of first gen immigrants than the USA and 12% natives. Our native population is 7 times bigger than it was at contact, unlike the USA's which is half what it was. I studied in North Carolina. I lived in Texas for a year. I think Blacks can handle liberty just fine given the chance. Point being, you could easily use the liberation of Blacks from state oppression to liberate yourselves simultaneously.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:50 PM
    Well, there you have it in a nutshell.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:44 PM
    Wow, rather sanctimonious for somebody from a country with less than 2 percent black Africans as part of the population. Come and live here for couple of decades and get yourself a gutful of Negro Fatigue. Blacks, far beyond their representative portion of the population, are the wealthiest and most influential in endeavors from arts and entertainment to sports to politics to academia...yet they are still held down by whitey's invisible chains? This effort at reigning in cops started here, started with "liberty folks" (I refuse to even use the word "libertarian" anymore) and not flabby Marxist white chicks. ETA - I'll address the added comments you made later.
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  • idiom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:28 PM
    Police brutality is a symptom of unlimited government that is required by the war on drugs. Re-segregation, the erecting of confederate statues etc, was all done by Democrat Progressives. It should be easy to get up and say that Black Lives only matter to libertarians and demonstrably not to communists. Marx had not time for blacks, women, *****s, or the disabled. Only German protestant factory workers. Black Lives Matter could be easily co-opted by libertarians, but for some fucking reason nobody wants to make the government smaller for the sake of Black people. Y'all would rather have a big government than let black people walk around free? People who want to protest red-light cameras and drivers licenses, but can't possibly admit that the government is coming down harder on blacks than on whites?
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
    Hear hear! And it's bad enough if all those people stacked on top of each other are all pretty much alike. Throw in a bunch of divisive diversity, and you've got a time bomb waiting to blow up in your face. The only way to maintain control is by heavy handed authoritarianism and police state surveillance...NYC under Rudy Guliani for instance. Neither way is any way to live.
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  • idiom's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:56 PM
    Hoppes a straight fascist. He wants to live in a cathedral not a bazaar, but he wants to do it without a "state". Just a manifest non-democratic will of the unified culture. He writes interesting stuff, but as a person he doesn't want to live in a free market society. There's a lot of libertarians who don't actually like liberty, it just hasn't occurred to them that a free society might not be what they imagined. I don't think there is a libertarian to far-right pipeline. I think there is a lot of crypto-fascists hiding their desire for a powerful state inside a rhetoric about a tiny or non-existent state with massive social coercion that is somehow not-a-state. As it is becoming obvious that a free market means brown people or brothels next door all these 'western values' people are going to have to choose between freedom and whiteness.
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    Yesterday, 05:12 PM
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:22 PM
    It looks like it opens pretty much into their back yard: The gate on the right was the one that was torn open, the McCloskey home is immediately on the right.
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  • JoshLowry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:01 PM
    Press play and give me your thoughts.
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  • JoshLowry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:42 PM
    Yea, I've been following him awhile. Interesting they send a swat team after him while our streets are burning. He wasn't charged for falsely claiming to be a federal agent. All he did was ask for people to put pressure on a data company that wouldn't give his data back. Datto said it was copywritten information when the source of it was wikileaks. Watch his other vids if you want to consider more.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:40 PM
    Cook County IL, which of course includes the city of Chicago, has a median income that is over $1400 higher than the national average. It is 174th on the list of counties ranked by crime rate, number one being most violent. Issaquena County, Mississippi is the poorest county in the nation. It is 64 percent black. According to this database, it has recorded no violent crime and ranks 3046 in all counties. Black crime is a city phenomenon for numerous reasons.
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    Yesterday, 12:19 PM
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:48 AM
    That would be the Muscogee Creek Nation. Despite its name, it does include the Ouchee Creek and other Creek bands, as well as the Muscogee. It does not rhyme with Tuskegee. And the casino has been around as long as I can remember, though until a decade or two back, it was just a bingo hall. Oklahoma was still Indian Territory during the Civil War, and all the treaties that created it were declared null and void when all the tribes joined the Confederacy. After they were defeated (a process that wasn't complete until well after Appomattox), the land was apportioned. This did two things. It forced the idea of land ownership by individuals on the Indians, and after each got his or her "portion" of land, there was some left over for white settlers. As a result, the former Indian Territory was one of the few states with no reservations--until now. I'm glad the Supreme Court ruled this way on this case, which is called McGirt v. Oklahoma. I want the state given back to the Five Civilized Tribes, and the other native nations. I trust them a hell of a lot more than Washington, D.C., especially with Bill Gates' Eugenics Vaccine in the pipeline. Keep your Demopublicans and Republicrats. My capitals are Okmulgee and Tahlequah, and Lockheed, Pfizer and Google do not own them. Collectivist thinking may be all the rage these days. Even this place--once a bastion of rugged individualism--has gone tribal as hell. Well, individualism, individual rights, and individual merit is the thing that can destroy the divide and conquer tactics being used against We, the People. But if even the former rugged individualists here are bound and determined to help our enemies win by embracing the self-defeating siren song of tribalism, I'll throw in with the Creeks, Cherokees and Osage in a heartbeat. At least those tribes have prior claims and legal standing. Before this is over, you may all be wishing you were born where I was born.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:29 AM
    Joe Biden Leading President Trump in Texas Hannah Bleau 13 Jul 2020 Joe Biden (D) is building a lead in Texas, according to a Dallas Morning News/University of Texas at Tyler poll released on Sunday. The survey, fielded June 29 – July 7 among 1,909 registered voters across Texas, showed the former vice president building a five-point lead over President Trump. Republicans comprised 40 percent of the sample, followed by Democrats (37 percent) and “neither” (23 percent).
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:23 AM
    I hear you loud and clear...I'm sick over how this has gone sideways, and the opportunity lost.
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