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    Today, 05:02 AM
    I don't think a /pol/ larp is a very good source to spread ss. Just saying.
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    Today, 04:25 AM
    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof--except for Christianity. Or abridging the freedom of right-speak, or of CNN, particularly when CNN mongers grievance. The people may assemble peaceably, or riotously, depending on whether they wear masks or not. A well regulated militia was not envisioned by the founding fathers, they were clearly anticipating the development of a standing army. As such, the right of the people to keep and bear genitalia as they wish shall not be infringed. No soldier shall in time of peace be used for anything other than military actions and occupations overseas. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated. Money is fair game. And no warrants shall issue unless by secret court, supported by suspision or lark, and vaguely describing the places to be searched and the persons and things to be seized. No person shall be held innocent of any crime. The indictment of the true media shall suffice for guilt before the law. The same person may be subject, for the same offense in separate jurisdictions, to be put in jeopardy as many times as its takes, and is encouraged to be a witness against himself--the innocent have nothing to hide. Private property is for use by the public.
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    Today, 04:04 AM
    wuhan?
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    Yesterday, 06:10 PM
    I see, so a person born in America is native to _______________.?
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    Yesterday, 04:21 PM
    The unstated goal is to finish off the middle class. None of these tax raises are aimed at the net-feudalists. They have had a lot of practice dodging such things.
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    Yesterday, 03:57 PM
    That's cool. Nigeria has its own norms, good on Nigeria! They don't belong here. The words you use are telling: "pay some money to the senders family." Oh, and why would that money go to the "senders" family? "Senders" is one hell of a euphemism. Pay some money to the trafficker...
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    Yesterday, 03:45 PM
    Well, the US census begs to differ. As does the department of education. https ://nces.ed.gov/pubs/96092.pdf pg 23 Jules, you are making an argument based on phenotype--and thanks to Boaz we all know phenotype is bunk.:rolleyes: We are all kin! As an aside: if it were not for the British empire, South Africa (I mean the WHOLE region, not just the country, would look like the United States.)
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    Yesterday, 12:07 AM
    Appeal to tradition. So, by drawing that parallel are you saying the implicit goal of these migrant populations is to bring under subjection the indigenous populations? It was wrong then and its still wrong.:seenoevil:
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    01-23-2020, 11:40 PM
    Is it permissible that a migrant population to use the ballot to impose laws on an indigenous population?
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    01-23-2020, 11:35 PM
    Chicago has people lining up outside the dispensaries like its a crack spot for yuppies.
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    01-23-2020, 11:32 PM
    Hmmm. I don't know how you will take this, most people don't believe me. I have a talent, a painful one, for being able to see people's futures. Not in the sense that I could lay out a road map, more in a general sense; I can sense when people will be more than okay, that they will thrive. I say it sucks, because this sense doesn't trigger when I look at myself. I say it is a talent because it has not yet, to date, been wrong. You might say, "How can you say this about me? You've never met me," this is true, but I've read you for nine years--a not insignificant amount of text. Writing is mind distilled, yes, in symbols transmittable? Milton said that words offer the purest access to another person's mind. So, take it from an internet lunatic: while things don't always pass for everyone, and it isn't always going to be okay, these tribulations will pass for you and your life has strange and interesting things still in store. P.S. That bit about indulging... delete that. I'd prefer if anyone that quoted Abcess did the same.
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    01-23-2020, 11:31 PM
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    01-23-2020, 11:14 PM
    I was thinking about this earlier today. This 'consistency.' Where have I heard that before? Water has consistency, Joe, so does piss.
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    01-23-2020, 08:56 PM
    Totalitarianism. Its like Ben and Jerry's--it has flavors.
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    01-23-2020, 08:23 PM
    I live in a major metropolitan area, so much for that ;). Yes, there was a question. You received a quote notification, saw the question, and ignored it. So I suppose, anyways. Do you believe that an incoming group should have the ability to impress their ideology upon an pre-existing group, by force? You seem to recognize the governance involves the use of force, and you obviously recognize that ideology is essential in the form of that governance. So it seems to me, little ol' me, that you support coercion by ballot--but embrace libertarian ideas elsewhere.
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    01-23-2020, 07:59 PM
    Look, sword: Colonialism, okay? Now, lets forget about this. Colonialism.
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    01-23-2020, 07:50 PM
    No, ideology as an inculcated schematic, or grid, imposed upon human thought is, in general, the opposite of free thought. This is accomplished through the educational apparatus. The people subject to it lose their humanity, per se, and in the cogito sense, and become essentially production models with a few different features. This is disregarding, for a moment, the artificial nature of this inside migration. Thus it is: the people moving would be welcome, their ideology (being contrary to extant local thought) is not. I note that you haven't answered my question.
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    01-23-2020, 07:47 PM
    That strawman ain't never going to be the same. Ideology is the opposite of free thought.
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    01-23-2020, 07:44 PM
    Seems to me the argument is against the movement of a specific ideology.
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    01-22-2020, 07:23 PM
    You would agree that access to the courts to solve disputes of a civil nature is an important aspect of a properly functioning polity? So, you are (substituting, as you do, an excerpt of an article for your own thought) saying that Gabbard has brought this suit, not because she feels being accused of treason without evidence is in fact a libel, but because she is desperate the remain relevant? Are you a psychic? Do you have access to Gabbard's internal motivations? Do the articles that you post, apparently sufficient to have convinced you to subordinate your own thinking faculty, have this ability?
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    01-22-2020, 07:12 PM
    Why are you bringing national borders into this discussion. We are talking about one population moving to a space that is already occupied by another population, and then imposing laws on the preexisting population that are not engendered by that population. OK is a silly colloquial term to use in that context, be more semantically specific. So, lets phrase your question: is it appropriate for a person from a yellow state to impose a legal code on the population of a green state?
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    01-22-2020, 06:29 PM
    Perhaps the freedom of movement shouldn't involve new arrivals imposing foreign laws on indigenous populations.
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    01-20-2020, 10:48 PM
    bv3 replied to a thread One Word Thread 2.0 in Open Discussion
    whelp
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    01-19-2020, 10:36 PM
    bv3 replied to a thread The Unsalvageables in U.S. Political News
    "The notion that you can bomb uncivilized people into civility is certifiably insane..."
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    01-19-2020, 01:24 AM
    Understand that GULAG was, despite being many other terrible things, was a system of organized labor. Those people who went into GULAG were more than merely inconvenient to the new regime, it was a lottery system of filing quotas. In the modern age, in America, there is no need for labor. Thus, our experience will be something other, and more fatal, than even GULAG. There used to be the joke that we'd recognize each other in the camps by our posting handles here. Maybe, if the afterlife is made up of camps. Has Uncle Bernie addressed this rhetoric?
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    01-16-2020, 12:57 AM
    It is the duty of the president to execute the laws of the constitution. The Bill of Rights is the supreme law. The state of Virginia plans on violating the supreme law. This is the presidents business. I'll cede that his indifference, in this instance, might be a blessing.
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    01-16-2020, 12:49 AM
    Sanctions are an act of war and thus, absent a declaration, should never be imposed. Furthermore, they are redundant: A declaration of war would obviously entail a cessation of commercial activity with an enemy nation--sanctions not required because they are redundant when a war has been declared. Do you recognize that Pirates and a General of foreign country are substantially different things? One wears a uniform, and is situated within the hierarchy of a state. The other wears not uniform and is not situated within the hierarchy of a state. Pirates have been open game since at least the 1700's. The minisub didn't just show up. In that instance sanctions invited another country to declare war on us. Which is why sanctions, redundant and unnecessary, are foolish: They present a highly aggressive posture towards another country, but without the ability to actually war until that country strikes first. Or, to put it another way, "Sanctions, and invitation extended to another country to land the physical first blow."
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    01-16-2020, 12:38 AM
    Oh, I see. Sure, a tweet about Bernie Sander's hair or some such pressing issue. Not like a bastion of his base is under threat of blatantly unconstitutional (By text "Shall not be infringed," and precedent Marbury v Madison "All laws repugnant to the constitution are null and void.") I suppose he put a true conservative on the court? Not some Kavanaugh that helped write the patriot act or anything... One wonders, he is too busy to support his 'base' and too busy to bring the troops home. What isn't he too busy for? Except twitter?
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