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  • Thor's Avatar
    11-15-2017, 11:36 AM
    I have thought about it, and agree whole-heartedly.
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    11-15-2017, 08:06 AM
    There are a lot of folks over here on RPF that (indirectly) back him too. SMH
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  • Identity's Avatar
    11-14-2017, 12:41 PM
    Way to miss my point- you appeal to authority with the typical corny "You dun no' nuddin' about economics" arguments while ignoring the general consensus within academia. Silliness. If you had some sort of authority in the matter (i.e. broad consensus within multiple schools within the field) then I could see your argument having a semblance of authenticity behind it. We have PhD's in economics who subscribe to Libertarian Socialism- why am I wrong to cite them and rely upon their ideas yet someone quote-mining typical Austrian talking points is valid? What Revolution was doing was just throwing out buzzwords with no explanation behind them: don't focus on the real issue of immigration and the blue takeover of America- better to just focus on da Federal Reserve man! No one is going to be convinced with that level of retardedness and it's not a feasible strategy going forward. Good luck trying to abolish the Fed or any other comical Libertarian ideal when the Democrats have a permanent majority in the Congress and the party is run by oligarchs. We'll focus on real issues like immigration which are winning issues and necessary to tackle if we wish to keep America functioning properly.
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    11-12-2017, 07:36 PM
    Here's one of the creepier cases and also a famous one in its time- the disappearance of Dennis Martin. Strange instance of green berets (who refused to cooperate or exchange knowledge with search and rescue) and an FBI report that points to a wild man being the culprit behind Martin's disappearance. David had the opportunity to meet with the father of the missing kid, here's him talking about it on Coast 2 Coast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8QZ0kNUhsk --------------------- Here's another one which is honestly the craziest: http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/09/eerily-bizarre-cases-of-mysterious-vanished-children/
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    11-12-2017, 07:25 PM
    David Paulides is a former detective that investigates missing persons and has taken an interest in the unexplained disappearances in rural areas & forests. He claimed to have discovered several patterns such as "clusters" in certain geographical areas along with similar age groups vanishing depending on the given location. A few other anomalies are the tracking dogs losing the scent or going up seemingly unlikely routes (up mountain sides, going upstream a river, boulder areas, rocky cliffs, etc..) Another oddity is the presence of the word "Devil" in the location surrounding the missing people- Devil's Nest, Devil's Peak, Devil's Cave, etc.. Paulides doesn't offer an explanation (he says nothing seems to fit) but leaves it up to the listener to draw his own conclusion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aghKNrjFeRM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QezIejUhDT4
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    11-12-2017, 07:20 PM
    Never said we did but this is also another lame tactic used. In one breath you'll praise diversity and the "hey maaan let's exchange our ideas" type ideal, in the next breath you'll say immigration is a non-issue and immigration rates will consistently remain the same so we shouldn't even be discussing the issue. Famously enough Ted Kennedy said something similar during the passing of the 1965 Immigration Act. Right now massive amounts of immigration have turned California and Virginia into blue-leaning states. If immigration continues consistently (unlikely seeing as how it benefits major religious players, Democratic politicians, and the capitalist donor class. We'll expect more immigration post-Trump if anything) then you're going to see a permanent Democratic majority. Perhaps the GOP will make a come-back, but it won't be in any recognizable form, i.e. one could expect a total overhaul in ideology, fiscal conservatism, and nativist skepticism. How is this beneficial for our interests and our society? I've yet to get a coherent answer from your side and expect none here.
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    11-12-2017, 07:04 PM
    Global communication just dumbs down culture and appeals to the lowest common denominator. Democracy is merely a game of trying to simplify your snake oil onto a bumper sticker while keeping a steady amount of donor money. Then once in office voting along your party when it's politically convenient for you to do so. Hardly some grand enlightenment of humanity. Right now we don't have your ideal- rather we have one side which promotes globalism, oligarchy, and diversity. On the other side you have people maligned by the people, thrown into jail for expressing their opinions, beaten violently when peacefully assembling together, and censored by mainstream companies, government forces, and social circles. Not some stupid "Hey maaan let's sit down, smoke a blunt and talk about our ideas maaaan" type hippy notion that you're implying. Also, exchanging ideas is not always a good thing- ideas have consequences as I said earlier in the thread. Something that both sides (left & right) have difficulty accepting. Strange how Japan, South Korea, Israel, and Hungary are perfectly fine without mass islamic migrations. I suppose the "ideas" of clitorectomies and honor killings have yet to benefit those countries.
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    11-12-2017, 06:38 PM
    Real freedom is living a paleolithic hunter-gatherer lifestyle, free from obligation or commitment to anyone outside your immediate tribe/family. Contemporary civilization requires generations worth of infrastructure, State intervention, social cohesion, and shared interests & values. Accepting mass immigration or even just any immigration because "freedumb" has to be one of the strangest most half-cocked arguments I've ever come across. Although such hilarious insights do not seem to be atypical for your posts. Presupposing that society ought to have such simplistic notions (it doesn't, and most people would never agree with you) is unfounded.
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    11-12-2017, 06:32 PM
    Yes, that's right. I can picture our Libertopia right now- hoards of Latin American and Saudis marching down the suburbs of the West, "Hey hey! Ho ho! The minimum wage has got to go! 19th century economics are the way to go! Ho ho! Hey hey!" Different men of religion, race, culture walking hand-in-hand singing kumbaya chanting, "Corporations shall overcome! Corporations shall overcome! Wage slavery for all!" PS: No serious institution really cares about abolishing the Federal Reserve, we're thankful at this point to have such an institution- without it you would see a depression worse than that of the 30's. At best you have the Mises Institute that advocates for its abolishment but the opinion is rather fringe in the field of economics. Based upon the other things your types have to say about such matters it makes me much more inclined to side with the mainstream than Alex Jones-esque weirdos.
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    11-10-2017, 09:53 PM
    https://gizmodo.com/new-brain-technologies-could-lead-to-terrifying-invasio-1820295087 New Brain Technologies Could Lead to Terrifying Invasions of Privacy, Warn Scientists Imagine for a minute that you survive a terrible accident, and lose function of your right arm. You receive a brain implant able to interpret your brain’s neural activity and reroute commands to a robotic arm. Then one day, someone hacks that chip, sending malicious commands to the robotic arm. It’s a biological invasion of privacy in which you are suddenly no longer in control. A future in which we can simply download karate skills a la The Matrix or use computers to restore functionality to damaged limbs seems like the stuff of a far-off future, but that future is inching closer to the present with each passing day. Early research has had success using brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) to move prosthetic limbs and treat mental illness. DARPA is exploring how to use the technology to make soldiers learn faster. Companies like Elon Musk’s Neuralink want to use it to read your mind. Already, researchers can interpret basic information about what a person is thinking simply by reading scans of their brain activity from an fMRI. As incredible as the potential of these technologies are, they also present serious ethical conundrums that could one day compromise our privacy, identity, agency, and equality. In an essay published Thursday in Nature, a group of 27 neuroscientists, neurotechnologists, clinicians, ethicists and machine-intelligence engineers spell out their concerns.
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  • Thor's Avatar
    11-09-2017, 09:13 PM
    So then the vehicle in which we allow freedoms (rights for everyone, no matter), is the same vehicle that destroys freedom. C'est la vie... It is as it should be. Stop fighting against the state, it is inevitable.
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  • Thor's Avatar
    11-07-2017, 08:48 PM
    Well speak up then... I only asked about 4 or 5 times if anyone watched them.. Did you not read those queries? So the killing of Farkhunda was cool with you? The muslim patrols in London on non muslims? The Swedish shit holes, I mean "no go zones"? "Oh, that is a minority. You can't group an individual into a minority" Bull shit...
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  • Identity's Avatar
    11-07-2017, 07:22 PM
    Honestly, the first thing I would do as a Dictator is pass a law sentencing every adult who uses the word "statist" to the guillotine. What exactly is liberty? How are you defining it? This sounds like a creepy cult mentality. Hey 90% of America is bloc voting for the Democratic Party but man, at least we still have our liberty! Westboro Baptist members are law-abiding, intelligent people who stage controversial, yet peaceful protests. Mass Islamic immigration seriously threatens the demographics, culture, and politics of the new nations that they enter. This doesn't make us "Muslim-haters." I probably have had more positive interactions with Muslims and Islam than most of you posting here, but defending these disturbing trends isn't bravery, it's cowardice. Nah, man, you see- the real thing we shouldn't be pushing for is stopping mass immigration. No, no, no. We should be trying to take aware welfare from the single moms who are struggling to get by! Mass immigration + mass starvation on the streets, that'll skyrocket GOP approval ratings to the heavens.
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    11-07-2017, 07:14 PM
    Lol funny the user "AZJoe" used the same word ("verbose") to describe my comments in his neg rep of my post. Seems like this guy likes to talk by pointing and grunting. Judging by his prior substance-less "#NotAllMuslims" post he's probably afraid of actual arguments that can't fit onto bumper stickers, like most Americans.
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  • Thor's Avatar
    11-07-2017, 06:50 PM
    I like preserving liberty, and anyone who doesn't is not a defender of liberty, but is aiding in the demise of liberty. Get back to me when you watch the videos. All you have to do is click play... So simple even a someone willing to sacrifice liberty in the "name of liberty" can do it.
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  • Thor's Avatar
    11-07-2017, 10:31 AM
    Not false. Still fails to watch and address the videos.
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  • Thor's Avatar
    11-07-2017, 10:12 AM
    Sorry you are disappointed. Not really. LOL. Look, I understand the other side of the argument. Everyone deserves liberty no matter their religion, as to restrict that is infringing upon liberty. But I think the risk in supporting that as a blanket statement is far greater than the reward, when that equally applies to those who follow a belief system that is diametrically opposed to liberty. We have witnessed Europe and what has happened there. We know how muslim countries behave. Why replicated that in as much as it relates to islam and muslims here in the US? I want to preserve freedom and liberty FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO PRESERVE IT AS WELL. Not for those who wish to destroy it, and islam clearly wants to destroy it. Otherwise, if we allow it in the name of Liberty, it is long term, slow, "suicide by stupidity." Our children's children, and probably even our children themselves, will bear the brunt of our failures if we do nothing to protect Liberty (from the goals of islam.) Islam is not just a religion, it is a political party/agenda as well. And all these people on here who are OK with giving rights and liberty to members of that political party are basically saying they are OK with supporting everything else opposed to freedom and liberty, like the socialist party and their goals as well. Arming your enemies. I too am disappointed with so called liberty lovers on here that don't recognize a threat to liberty when it is slapping them in the face. We can bash the neocons and their agenda, bash the democrats and socialist... Hillary hating is OK... but god forbid we bash a so called "religion" (with political motives) that also wants to destroy Liberty. SMFH over and over....
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    11-06-2017, 06:51 PM
    The Islamic government belief system is the antithesis of the libertarian belief system. Don't bring them here to destroy liberty and then try to MAYBE convert them and rebuild it. Bingo! We have a winner!
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    11-06-2017, 06:47 PM
    Very little individually if they are devout. Many muslims, when in the minority, go along to get along (don't rock the boat); but when they become the majority, then everything changes (time to promote themselves to Capt.) I am sure your doctor is great, but ask him what he thinks of Sharia Law, apostates, woman's rights, while enjoying a BLT at the table with him. Again, did you watch any of the videos? Care to comment on those "boogeymen" the videos reference? The statistics that many "peaceful" muslims actually beleive what Islam teaches even though they may not have the balls (now) to practice it.... It is not a fictional scenario. Look at Europe. Turning the other cheek to give someone who follow an anti liberty and anti freedom agenda is just plain stupid, even if it violates their "rights." Rights are reserved for those who wish to preserve and respect everyone else's rights. It is not for those whose ultimate goal, by declaration of their faith which decries conquering and making everyone convert or perish, hence trampling and revoking said rights (even if they are currently acting like get along Charlie's.) Again, you haven't watched any of the videos... Like what happened in London when they took took over neighborhoods...
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  • Identity's Avatar
    11-06-2017, 06:02 PM
    I'm all for Bannon's purge but what do you guys think about Ward's chance in the general election? One of the issues with the Tea Party movement is that we got a lot of people nominated who couldn't win general elections so it was kinda pointless in the end. Thoughts?
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    11-06-2017, 06:00 PM
    Tolerant, peaceful Left at it again.
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    11-06-2017, 05:59 PM
    Seek a realistic seat first and foremost. State rep or even something smaller. Then move onto bigger targets once you're more experienced. Learn how the game is played, learn to talk to voters and fellow politicians once in office. That's my best advice to you. Outsiders do come in and take the world by storm but they're usually "in the game" for much of their life (such as Trump being a big donor or Rand Paul being son of a Congressman).
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    11-06-2017, 05:44 PM
    I'm in the Alt-Tech movement and I like DuckDuckGo personally but a lot of guys don't trust it due to the owner having some weird government connections. I think that's being a tad paranoid but I'm happy to see more privacy-oriented competition coming out.
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    11-06-2017, 05:41 PM
    Same. I remember people saying the war wasn't over oil because the price of oil was still expensive after the war. LOL. Obviously Iraq was largely for oil - if Saddam cut off our oil supply or did something crazy it'd send us spiraling into a geopolitical crisis. Now we have a vassal "democratic" puppet state that won't rock the boat for us in the near future. Suce$$.
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    11-06-2017, 05:29 PM
    Out of all the creatures in the political jungle the lolbertarian is among the strangest. Whenever asked about demographics, voting, trends, and immigration policy it has the tendency to shriek out a piercing noise that can be interpreted as "muh constitution." However, when the subject is questioned on the specifics of the Constitution and the rather strict naturalization policies of the Founders, along with quotes and statements of said men, the lolbertarian retreats, grumbling, "muh austrian economics." Likewise, when the explorer points out that Austrian economics is a largely outdated, discredited 19th century economic theory that exists on the fringes of academia and largely outside of it (*ahem* Mises Institute) the Lolbertarian has a sneaky trick up hidden in his quills which comes in the form of, "muh NAP tho." However, when the inquisitive mind asks for a coherent definition of aggression and what exactly constitutes 'violence' he is met with silence and usual ambiguity until the Lolbertarian finally barks out, "RAWN PAWL!" Now onto the usual An-Cap and Libertarian arguments: Sounds like some strange metaphysical proposition here- what are rights and what is the objective epistemological source that one could use to derive these mysterious 'rights' so we can know when they end and begin? Sounds like a lot of assumptions and cultural baggage.
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    11-06-2017, 04:53 PM
    I think the last time I stopped reading RP Forums was after a post you made where you claimed Trump's victory in the Nevada caucus proved he was doooomed for the rest of the primary season & general election due to the mystical Anti-Trump bloc voting. Seems as if your quality of posting hasn't improved at all.
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    11-06-2017, 01:32 PM
    FIFY a :the power to do as one pleases unless yer goal is to stop others from doing as they please b :freedom from physical restraint unless yer a mooslim trying to remove freedom and liberty from others c :freedom from arbitrary or despotic control no matter the source, especially when your religion tells you gain that control d :the positive enjoyment of various social, political, or economic rights and privileges yeah, but only for certain people, amirite? Yes you are, it is for anyone and everyone who wishes that enjoyment be maintained for all to cherish. Keyword is POSITIVE enjoyment. Islam is NOT positive. e :the power of choice but only approved choices - not to choose a different God to pray to! Not if that god you want to pray to tells you to go out and conquer non-believers, stone apostates, implement a law world wide that demands obedience, subjugation, and compliance. Again, islam is counter to the original definition of Liberty. Islam is not congruent with the thinking of Liberty. Perhaps you misunderstand Liberty?
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