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    Today, 09:16 AM
    Media bury mass shooting because the shooter was black (but so were his victims) https://libertyunyielding.com/2021/10/17/media-bury-mass-shooting-because-the-shooter-was-black-but-so-were-his-victims/ By Liam Bissainthe October 17, 2021 The black radio host Charles Love points out that most of the media buried a mass school shooting in Texas because the shooter was black. But the victims were also black. Writing in Newsweek, he says this is part of a growing problem: ignoring black-on-black violence, out of political correctness, even though that harms black people. “Many progressive prosecutors are reluctant to prosecute violent offenders, often under the guise of minimizing racial disparities in the criminal justice system. This in spite of the fact that the majority of the victims of these violent criminals are black,” he observes. “While the Left and its elected officials may think they are protecting black people , what they are actually doing is deeming our deaths less important.”
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    Today, 09:06 AM
    So, what do we take away from this? A - The "vaccine" is once again proved to be unsafe and ineffective. B - Cancer is now COVID. Powell suffered from multiple myeloma, a cancer of the white blood cells.
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    Today, 08:28 AM
    That's what good writing does. Works very hard to make a clear conclusion so that even a chowderhead like you can't fuck it up. Here's what the universal narrative in government and the media organs says: The reality is:
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    Today, 06:09 AM
    Yup. An invading jihadist Somali turd raised there. C'mon man, you can do better than that to contradict me. Do your research...a white Nazi killed a leftist MP about five years ago.
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    Today, 05:32 AM
    So, David Arness, a conservative Member of Parliament, is stabbed to death by some naturalized Somali turd. Arness, a devout Catholic, was denied Last Rites by the cops on scene, hut hutting about as they usually do after the fact, and not allowing a priest to see him. So the response from this Patel wog, is, of course, not to look at the invading hordes, but to take away even more freedom because of hurty words on the Internet. Priti Patel May End Online Anonymity in Wake of Politician Killing
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    Today, 05:11 AM
    You are right, none of the incidents listed in the OP can be defined as a mass shooting, and that is the definition that I have used: four or more people shot, not necessarily killed and not including the shooter. I was playing "pile on". The headline and the OP only mention "school shootings", not "mass" school shootings, I wanted to point out that, for past years and this year as well, the majority of mass shooting incidents as well as school shootings, have not been carried out by angry white racists with assault weapons but by angry, mostly gangbanging, colored people with handguns. This fact is so destructive to the Marxist media organ's propaganda line that they now deliberately delay or delete entirely, as much as they can, pictures or names of suspects of color.
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    Yesterday, 11:13 PM
    None of the incidents in your article qualify any definition of "mass shooting" that I'm aware of. None had 4 or more victims. https://crim.sas.upenn.edu/fact-check/what-mass-shooting-what-can-be-done In the United States, there are several different, but common, definitions of mass shootings. The Congressional Research Service defines mass shootings, as multiple, firearm, homicide incidents, involving 4 or more victims at one or more locations close to one another. The FBI definition is essentially the same. Often there is a distinction made between private and public mass shootings (e.g., a school, place of worship, or a business establishment). Mass shootings undertaken by foreign terrorists are not included, no matter how many people die or where the shooting occurs. These formulations are certainly workable, but the threshold of 4 or more deaths is arbitrary. There are also important exclusions. For example, if 10 people are shot but only 2 dies, the incident is not a mass shooting. Homicides by other means also are not counted. If 5 people are purposely run down and killed by an individual driving motor vehicle, the deaths do not count because a firearm is not involved. There also are inclusions that can seem curious because the motives of perpetrators are not considered when defining a mass shooting.
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    Yesterday, 11:07 PM
    Thanks for that update. Even more that strengthens my resolve that natural remedies are the way out of this pandemic. Magnesium citrate is like $3.50 a bottle.
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    Yesterday, 09:44 PM
    The Week That Perished https://www.takimag.com/article/the-week-that-perished-160/ Takimag October 17, 2021 The Week’s Most Muttering, Fluttering, and Stuttering Headlines
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    Yesterday, 09:27 PM
    Contrary to the Marxist media organs propaganda: the majority of ALL mass shootings, not just in schools, are not "angry white racists with assault weapons" but rather "coloreds lacking impulse control with handguns".
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    Yesterday, 09:22 PM
    School Shootings and Students of Color https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/10/school_shootings_and_students_of_color.html By Jack Cashill To paraphrase Jeff Foxworthy, if you feel a shiver of excitement when “school shooting” trends on Twitter, you just might be woke. Last Wednesday, Erica -- a nurse and “humanist” -- proved her wokeness in spades. “They’re already making excuses for the shooter ‘he got in a fight with someone,’” she tweeted. “Okay, but who chooses to shoot people? White males are a problem #TexasShooter #EnoughIsEnough.”
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    Yesterday, 09:16 PM
    No suspects identified as of yet. 4 Shot Inside Park City Center Mall, Lancaster Police Say https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/shooting-at-park-city-mall-results-in-injuries-mall-closure-lancaster-city-police-say/ar-AAPDnw2 Syndicated Local – CBS Philly 50 mins ago The incident started when several men got into a fight, police said in a Sunday night statement. One of the men was armed and fired multiple shots.
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    Yesterday, 09:04 PM
    Unsafe and ineffective. According to the British government, the infection rate in double-vaccinated people in their 40s was 100% higher than in the unvaccinated. https://generaldispatch.whatfinger.com/according-to-the-british-government-the-infection-rate-in-double-vaccinated-people-in-their-40s-was-100-higher-than-in-the-unvaccinated/ According to the British government, the infection rate in double-vaccinated people in their 40s was 100% higher than in the unvaccinated. In fact, it's higher for everyone over age 30. https://twitter.com/ezralevant/status/1449251811454509058?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1449251811454509058%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fgeneraldispatch.whatfinger.com%2Faccording-to-the-british-government-the-infection-rate-in-double-vaccinated-people-in-their-40s-was-100-higher-than-in-the-unvaccinated%2F
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    Yesterday, 07:29 PM
    The post on a black Seventh-Day Adventist Facebook group. Sadly my Aunt passed away recently due to Covid, and she was actually vaccinated. She lived in a state that has a low vaccination rate and no indoor mask mandate. I believe the Delta variant is at high rates there as well. Another Aunt has a brother-in-law who was just intubated due to Covid. He was anti-vax and anti-mask. He will probably die too, as the survival rates once someone is intubated are low. This problem will only be solved when at least 90% of the population cooperates with the precautions. If you don’t want the vaccine, then wear a mask. Preferably an N95 which is best able to filter small particles like viruses. Avoid large gatherings and practice good hygiene to avoid the spread should you unknowingly contract and carry the virus. The instructions are very simple, but illogical thinking and rebelliousness have taken over, so here we are….. And my response?
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    Yesterday, 05:49 PM
    From the OP of a thread I posted in 2019 on the passage of CA Assembly Bill 5:
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    Yesterday, 05:46 PM
    Ah hah, I knew I had posted this. Commiefornia banned owner operators, now the whole country's supply chain is falling apart because why? There are no more truckers.
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    Yesterday, 05:32 PM
    Great idea! We have got to take activism to another level. Talking to each other online about solutions isn't enough.
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    10-16-2021, 11:29 PM
    Museum appoints Veronica Stein as the new Woman's Board Executive Director, Learning and Public Engagement https://artdaily.com/news/134062/Museum-appoints-Veronica-Stein-as-the-new-Woman-s-Board-Executive-Director--Learning-and-Public-Engagement CHICAGO, IL.- The Art Institute of Chicago announced today that Veronica Stein will be the museum’s new Woman’s Board Executive Director, Learning and Public Engagement. Stein joins the Art Institute from Chicago’s Snow City Arts Foundation, an organization dedicated to inspiring and educating children and youth in hospitals through the arts, where she has served as program director since 2018. In her role as Woman’s Board Executive Director, Learning and Public Engagement, Stein will explore what museum education can be, guiding a holistic vision for learning and creativity that fulfills the needs of diverse constituents of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Stein’s strategic thinking, enthusiasm, and energy will shape our path forward, and her particular experience with organizational culture transformation, capacity building, and accessibility, as well as her impactful work with students and educators, will be assets to meeting the changing needs of the museum and our communities. Radiating out from the newly improved and accessible space of the Ryan Learning Center, Stein will lead the museum’s relationships with various constituencies, innovating how individuals and communities can make meaningful connections with our collection and exhibitions through a range of digital and in-person experiences. In addition, as a practicing darkroom photographer and textile artist, she will bring creative energy to the department and the museum.
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    10-16-2021, 11:21 PM
    Bet every last one of them voted for Obama, Biden, Pritzger and BeetleJuice. (sad trombone sound) Fuck off white devils, you're not welcome here anymore. I'm sure De'No'Tray and Ta'Queesha will feel much more welcome now, and instead of shooting each other in gang warfare ambushes, will instead stroll down to the Art Institute to gaze at Rubens and Picassos.
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    10-16-2021, 06:00 PM
    And even if that happened, they'd nail him to the podium and claim his lack of motion was because he was depressed and "pinin' for the fjords".
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    10-16-2021, 05:58 PM
    Of course it is. Trouble is the only real opposition is filled with quislings, traitors and gullible maroons who refuse to recognize and respond to that fact.
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    10-16-2021, 05:52 PM
    A flat universal tariff is not "central planning". Try again.
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    10-16-2021, 11:55 AM
    We could. The Immigration Act of 1921 effectively shut down all immigration. The Emergency Tariff Act of 1921 allowed US agriculture to survive disruptions caused by the Great War and become what it is today, the last thing we make well. The Fordney McCumber Tariff of 1922 also was in place. The tariff was supported by the Republican Party and conservatives and was generally opposed by the Democratic Party, liberals, and progressives. One purpose of the tariff was to help those returning from World War I have greater job opportunities.
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    10-16-2021, 09:15 AM
    Great Sachem is truly wise. Where is your sidekick, Danke these days?
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    10-16-2021, 09:12 AM
    Because it isn't just Stanley. And it is the Stanley's and Black and Deckers and Milwaukees and hundreds of others that employ millions of people in good paying middle class jobs that pay enough money so that you can live a comfortable life and raise a family, and be part of and supportive of our nation and western civilization, instead of becoming a drug death statistic or a pink haired lesbian communist burning the place down. That's what this government is supposed to do: provide the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity. It is actively doing everything it can to do the opposite.
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    10-16-2021, 09:05 AM
    And he's right. There is more to this than just dollars.
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    10-16-2021, 08:47 AM
    No doubt. But there is no question in my mind that the start of all this was handing our currency, our manufacturing, and by extension the American middle class, over to Chairman Mao, by the twin snakes of Kissinger and Nixon. That's an absolute that CCT declared. And it's not true.
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    10-16-2021, 08:16 AM
    If that's the case then why has fifty years of relatively tariff free (only on our side of course) "free trade" left the nation utterly bankrupt, middle class wages stagnant, the family destroyed as everybody has to get out and work with nobody left to raise children but the Marxist "school" system from infancy to adult, individual debt at record levels, manufacturing, the source of those middle class jobs, decimated, and an entire generation so beat down by not only the propaganda being forced on them but the economic reality that they couldn't buy a home and start a family even if they wanted to, that they are killing themselves with dope to the tune of 100,000, mostly young white men, a year? In the same 50 years how has China become the world's leading economic and soon to be political and military superpower, with massive restrictive tariffs in place?
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    10-16-2021, 08:07 AM
    I'm all for it. I'd happily slap a tariff on goods made in, say, California, as matter of protest against their policies. I've had this argument many times here, you can go back and see my position has always been in favor of protective tariffs. I've always been in favor of an across the board 30 percent tariff on everything Made in China. Had that been put in place, perhaps China would not have been in the position to create, then release, a biological weapon on us and the world, that has now killed close to three quarters of a million US citizens.
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    10-16-2021, 07:59 AM
    Let's say you're Stanley tools in CT. To manufacture a hammer in China, ship it halfway around the world, get it here, package it for retail sale, ship it to retailers or direct to customers, costs $10. To make it here, costs $12. MSRP is $15. Even though the Chinese product is of inferior quality, the supply logistics are a nightmare (your last shipment of 100,000 hammers went to the bottom of the sea when the container they were packed in went overboard in a typhoon off in the Pacific), the in shipment "shrink" is significant, in spite of all those added difficulties, the $2 of extra profit in each hammer is too much of an incentive to pass up.
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    10-16-2021, 03:49 AM
    Babbitt shooting internal police docs reveal 'no good reason for shooting,' according to Judicial Watch The documents show witnesses recount they did not see Babbitt holding a weapon https://www.foxnews.com/us/documents-ashli-babbitt-death-foia-capitol-police 14 Oct 2021 More than 500 pages of internal documents from DC Metropolitan Police concerning the fatal shooting of Ashli Babbitt in the Capitol on Jan. 6 reveal witness accounts stating she was not holding a weapon at the time of her death and how "upset" the officer was after shooting her. "These previously secret records show there was no good reason to shoot and kill Ashli Babbitt," stated Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, which obtained the documents through a May 2021 FOIA lawsuit. "The Biden-Garland Justice Department and the Pelosi Congress have much to answer for the over the mishandling and cover-up of this scandalous killing of an American citizen by the U.S. Capitol Police."
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    10-16-2021, 03:27 AM
    “Federal Protective Service personnel responded to the area to mitigate the situation,” Schwartz continued. "Centering the voices of lawful protesters is and will continue to be an important foundation of our democracy. It is also our obligation to keep everyone safe. We will continue to do everything we can to de-escalate while honoring first amendment rights." - Interior Department spokeswoman Melissa Schwartz https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/protesters-arrested-after-storming-interior-department
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    10-16-2021, 03:25 AM
    Why can't we do both? Reduce regulations, lower corporate taxation, reform torts and litigation and enact tariffs to spur domestic production.
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    10-15-2021, 11:14 PM
    Rasmussen took the questions out from behind the paywall. https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/lifestyle/questions/october_2021/questions_parent_protests_october_11_12_2021 National Survey of 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters Conducted October 11-12, 2021
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    music director at the Catholic Church I went to removed all references to God as he and used gender neutral terms instead. Two priest did nothing about it. In the Orthodox Churches that I've gone to not just the priest and bishops would not have put up with that, but neither would the congregation. The reason the Orthodox is Orthodox world wide despite separation by land, language and nationalities is that the congregation wants to be Orthodox.

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    I found there is less of a tendency for people to ask favors in prayer and more to accept God's will and his mercies.

    From my understanding, the roots of the schism go back to Augustine. He was a Latin speaking lawyer who didn’t read the Greek of the Desert Fathers. Luther and many other reformers were heavily influenced by his writings as well as Thomas Aquinas.

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    Fasting and works are not to fulfil a penance, it is to be closer to God (Actually your questioning about fasting led me to Orthodoxy from the RCC) My understanding of salvation is that I am saved, and my works are to unite me with God-- more to bend my will towards God's.
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