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    Today, 01:26 PM
    The ironies are going 4-Dimensional nowadays.. Woke cultists calling for segregation is ...oh... heh.... shhh! White this white that. Are White Castle hamburgers still a thing? Ironic that it was the fast food joint in town most preferred by the colored folx. Why were White Castle hamburgers so terrible, yet so addictive? And the turkey and cheese? What dark arts (oops!) were used in their making? So many questions, so little time.
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    Today, 12:53 PM
    I guess that it's highly unlikely that Donald "drain the swamp" Trump would be fooled by a "trojan horse". Nice try @Sammy, but clearly you forgot that lying Donald wouldn't be foooled so easily, and as it's also completely impossible that Donald was lying when he said that he would "drain the swamp", "fix the debt" and "lock Hillary up", Mike Pompeo mus tard been a genuine American patriot that played an important role to "Make Amerika Great Again"...
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    Today, 12:47 PM
    For some reason the following is blatantly blocked by Google.nl... It's an overview of some of the deaths (and other adverse reactions) shortly after getting poisoned with the experimental COVID vaccines. https://hive.blog/covid-19/@blackwater-house/covid-19-or-frontline-workers-testimonies-and-vaers-reports-21-3-2021
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    Today, 12:31 PM
    I'm just amused to find someone on RPF who voluntarily runs a browser with a 'safespace diaper'. :) cheers.
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    Today, 12:13 PM
    Is letting someone else block what you can read something you do by choice?
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    Today, 12:04 PM
    Hate is the emotion evolution gave us to do what's needed to survive in conflict. To hate is not necessarily to hate without just cause; it is not to initiate aggression; it can be the the natural human response to having been aggressed-upon. Like a stimulant drug it can be self-destructive - but in the right dose, at the right time, it can be the fuel for the selfless committment to honorably pursue justice. Today's 'anti-hate' campaign is just part of a program to render white people, and white people only, defenseless against a train of abuses and usurpations rained upon them. To those who insist on virtue-signaling their devotion to this dogma I only say, not all are fit for survival in an environment where they have been made the target. As to the second virtue-signaling dogwhistle 'prejudice', let's consider the word "pre-judge". It indicates a judgement felled before the essential facts are known. If you're hiring a fireman, it's not prejudicial to reject a 65-pound female applicant. The presence of the small woman in front of you informs you of her suitability to carry people out of burning buildings. Maybe there's an off-chance she has some superhuman strength hidden-away but it's your choice whether to spend the time testing that. We always make choices based on imperfect and incomplete information, and we'd be dead if we didn't. Likewise if you're downtown and you see a group of 25 japenese tourists coming down the road at you taking pictures of everything, you're not pre-judging them by reacting differently than if you saw the same number of black youths strutting and flashing gang-signs. You're incorporating the information you know about that group based on appearance. If the latter belongs to a group with murder rate 18 times higher than the former, you'd be a fool to not incorporate that knowledge into your immediate plans. Now please don't take my comments to imply that I advocate hating or pre-judging. I'm well aware of the harms these can cause, but these terms have been turned into war-words, meant to stifle thought and truth.
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    Today, 11:38 AM
    The following is a good overview story on the SBM Offshore bribing scandal, and Jonathan Taylor (before he was detained in Croatia)... SBM Offshore, in 1971 relocated from the Netherlands to the Principality of Monaco. SBM is the market leader in the sale and lease of Floating Production Storage and Offloading units (FPSOs), platforms which extract, process and store oil and gas at sea. While working for SBM, Jonathan Taylor discovered that “The business model of SBM was simple. We got the orders by paying bribes”. SBM's management board secretly added appendices to contracts, and these additional clauses described huge bribes, "commissions" to third party agents. On 31 January 2012, the whole scandal was exposed, when an American lawyer for Noble Energy, a business partner of SBM, calls SBM HQ about incriminating information on bribes that SBM paid in Equatorial Guinea from 2005 to 2011. About $275 million had been paid in "commissions" to agents in Brazil, Angola and Equatorial Guinea, Iraq, Malaysia and Italy. In Angola, numerous bribes were paid to employees of state-owned oil company Sonangol. Brazil immediately stood out. SBM Offshore earned 60% of its revenues from Brazil, with "current contracts" there worth at least 25 billion euros. In the same period, $139 million in commissions was paid to Julio Faerman, much of it going to Petrobras. What made the news extra spicy was that Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff had been the chair of Petrobras’ Supervisory Board from 2003 to 2010, and many of the directors were appointees from her Workers’ Party.
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    Today, 11:22 AM
    Laughed out loud. Here's an idea - how about two-barrel pistols. One with a fast-acting tranquilizer, and another with explosive-tipped rounds.
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    Today, 11:02 AM
    Thank you Firestarter for the education in the specifics of the tactics and character of business and government we can expect to call the 'new normal' in our own countries, soon.
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    Today, 10:57 AM
    Most of them are an embarassments to the nation. Insurrection is "an act or instance of revolting against civil authority or an established government". If you consider our legal tradition of property rights an integral part of the established government, I'd say calling for riots in barely couched language qualifies. But how many in 'the government' are in fact traitors to the nation? Isn't every left wing schoolmarm and college prof an enemy of the Constitution, properly understood? Hasn't their "long march through the institutions" been completed, with them now sipping champagne in the halls of power, so to speak? I know some of them are regretting it, like Michael Rechtenwald, but I'd say a good portion are not. Sigmund Freud announced in 1919 to his friends that he was now 'Half a Bolshevist'. Startled, they asked him why half, and he responded:
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    Today, 09:12 AM
    Then you've been ignoring the non-media-propaganda reasons. The controversy around 'gain of function' experiments, specifically those in easily transmissible airborne pathogens like Coronavirus, long predates the covid-19 scam. The names of the players are known and the paper trail of their funding is as well. Fauci and scientist kooks in Canada and France have been doing coronavirus GoF experiments since the mid 90s. There's the NIAID and pentagon grants to Daszak's "EcoHealth Alliance". There was the moratorium on GoF research, with an evidence trail going back at least decade. I understand it's easy to become lost in a sea of media disinfo. How about turning off the damn tv in the first place. Then start to train yourself in discerning reliable from unreliable reporting. Maybe you're one of those "it's ALL A LIE except this random theory i just pulled OUT OF MY ASS" people I shouldn't be talking to, though.
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    Today, 03:15 AM
    Isn't it curious that the media - with one voice - chooses to focus on one particular case of death at the hands of police where it's NOT a clear cut case of murder, and calls it murder? What purposes could that serve?
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    Today, 02:53 AM
    People fascinated by semi-secret clubs of people who are fascinated by secret handshakes and titles and rites often imagine they hold vague and unspecified powers. Look at who controls the actual implements of social power; media, electronic infrastructure, social media, legislature, executive and the printing press. Look at what those people do, in which club's interests.
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    Yesterday, 06:56 PM
    https://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/moneylaundering.asp Thanks for the wealth of information there firestarter. While most of the cases of 'laundered' money you cite appear to be from things libertarians would consider crimes, profits from voluntary transactions such as buying and selling between legitimate owners is another thing entirely
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    Yesterday, 06:50 PM
    The empire beginning to crumble knows nothing else to do but seeking more 'monsters abroad to destroy'. This is a major geopolitical danger now. But there's so much at play, some which I'm unsure of, some which I can't say.
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    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
    My numbers don't lie. There's a net wealth caused by millions of people working over generations along with the productivity gains through innovation and capital investment. That was pilfered by the hidden tax caused by the federal reserve regime and the fractional reserve banking fraud. Comparisons to other countries are fair insofar as you can say 'we got screwed less', but the fact is, bottom tier wage earners would be getting $44/hr and not living paycheck to paycheck if the Krugman Klass hadn't defrauded us of the wealth we produced. ALL THOSE PRINTED TRILLIONS WENT INTO SOMEBODY'S POCKETS, and it wasn't wage-earners. If you haven't been studying how it was done at places like mises.org - well, nobody's stopping you!
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    Yesterday, 05:42 PM
    Sorry if I misunderstood you. Yes, the common term 'wuhan flu' is misleading insofar as the common flu is caused by influenza, not corona or specifically the sars-variant sars-cov2. But the Wuhan part is legit, since the tradition for naming is to include the region of origin. And the flu part is defensible to the degree that the level of symptoms and mortality is closer to the flu than the other airborn respitorary diseases people are familiar with. 'Wuhan Flu' was just a common nickname. You don't get bent out of shape that we call a 'cold' something that's caused by more than one type of virus, do you? What's getting me is the outbreak just happened to come from the area they were doing the gain-of-function work on corona virus, and the gene homology research along with other analysis strongly indicates it is likely a synthetic chimeric virus. That, in turn, gives us a real possibility that the outbreak is the result a deliberate leak, - which would amount to the kind of bio terrorism speculated about in fiction for the past few decades - which would demand an investigation more rigorous and consequential than any crime in living memory.
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    Yesterday, 02:34 PM
    Thanks for the daily stream of interesting links Brian4Liberty.
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    Yesterday, 02:32 PM
    There's also local governments charging you 'property tax' for services you might not be using. Let people build whatever home they want, and only pay a user fee for schools, roads, water, sewage.
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    Yesterday, 01:35 PM
    In 2012, Jonathan Taylor blew the whistle on the standard practice of bribing locals to get good deals by the Dutch multinational SBM Offshore. As a result SBM Offshore was offered a sweetheart settlement by the Dutch prosecution office (OM) of 240 million euros and SBM sued Taylor in Monaco and the Netherlands for defamation. From Monaco an extradition request was issued, leading to his arrest on 30 July 2020 and release on bail in Croatia (where he has remained since). Jonathan Taylor foolishly hoped that the British Government would help a good Englishman like him (they really don't like people exposing corruption in the British isles), Taylor reacted naively, "I have been abandoned by my own government". At the request of the British Ambassador in Croatia, Jonathan Taylor foolishly issued a written statement that he suffers from depression and suicidal tendencies. So then the Croatian cops came to "help" him, arresting him and forcibly injecting him with sedatives. Taylor was released but is disappointed in the British Embassy, "Instead of helping me, they turn me over to the Croatian police and give me the worst 24 hours of my life". How this Taylor fellow has ever earned a law degree is beyond my comprehension (in Dutch): https://www.nu.nl/economie/6128802/sbm-klokkenluider-onder-dwang-afgevoerd-naar-psychiatrische-inrichting.html
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    Yesterday, 01:24 PM
    But if the charges (possibly even worse than what we know) are true... He could be "blackmailed" couldn't he? I'm no lawyer though, and don't really know how the legal experts would explain! Lawyers usually start their demands with a summons, and then threat - if you don't agree to our demands, we will... You could call that "blackmail", or a legal procedure.
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    Yesterday, 12:06 PM
    These people are so full of it. Retail 'cybercrime' is ongoing and the tools and methods to combat it are well known. Some old farts have figured 'here is a new piece of @%# we can fearmonger to profit from'. It's looking likely that this is them telegraphing and coordinating the crisis they will provoke themselves.
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    Yesterday, 11:56 AM
    I guess trojan horse could apply to him being part of the Trump administration - part of the team of a candidate who vowed to 'clean the swamp'. Yeah it was obvious to people paying attention, but the broad masses of Trump supporters had no idea how bad Pompeo is, so the trojan horse moniker isn't really off the mark, IMO.
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    Yesterday, 11:37 AM
    That's just false. The funding organized by Peter Draszak and Fauci was for GoF research on corona viruses. There were objections to this work in the scientific community for decades. The specifics are a matter of public record.
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    Yesterday, 11:16 AM
    This is something that needs to be hammered every time some unthinking muddlehead makes the error.
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    Yesterday, 11:03 AM
    "each contact with a contaminated surface has less than a 1 in 10,000 chance of causing an infection." Well take my average day which consists of touching about 5 hundred surfaces, times 365 days and that's 182500 contacts per year. Say 1 out of a hundred surfaces is contaminated, that works out to 1825/10000 chance of infection, or 18.25%. Helps to think things through with numbers. If you can. Otherwise you're doomed to be fooled by numbers. Again, and again, and again... Point is, your article doesn't mention the other necessary key figure; namely what percentage of the surfaces we typically encounter are contaminated.
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    Yesterday, 10:56 AM
    If they weren't still enforcing a variety of prohibitions on voluntary private schooling options, along with taxing-away the parent's resources to pay for alternatives to the government indoctrination camps, it'd be fine.
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    Yesterday, 10:50 AM
    One is controlling bolshevik subversive agents that killed 30 million of their own citizens before 1939. The other is bolsheviks controlling you.
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    Yesterday, 10:46 AM
    I do not approach health or investment or engineering decisions based on beliefs. I have a scientific method, and a forensic method, and an investigative method to sort out true from false claims. Your false equivalence that their belief is just as valid as my facts will not stand. As a general tip for you; the guys trying to use censorship, deplatforming and force to dictate your behavior are usually the ones with no good arguments.
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After ABN AMRO finally paid me over 200,000 euro Rabobank (also connected to bot Rothschild and the Royal family) simply blocked my bank accounts, because of which I almost starved to death.
The Dutch government together with ABN AMRO has also stolen over 200,000 euro by letting me pay too much tax.
In 2005 I was tortured for a half a year in a psychiatric hospital, together woth other political prisoners. In 2010 the state media published that I had been locked up in a psychiatric hospital, to prevent me from leading a “normal” life.
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So far the 12 attorneys that represented me since 2005, have all pleaded against me (or tried to).

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An excellent book about the experiments of the CIA to hypnotise people, mainly by hallucinatory drugs, including psychiatry is John Marks’ “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control” (1979): http://www.wanttoknow.info/mk/search...-candidate.pdf

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