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    Yesterday, 09:09 PM
    AOC : Because nothing solves wealth disparity like making everybody poor. AOC : Because when you are 22 trillion dollars in debt there is only one solution: spend more. AOC : Because who better to navigate complexity than a woman with a complex. Cortez : For when the natives start acting up. Cortez : When you want what other people have. but mostly AOC : Because I'm independent and she is proof.
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    Yesterday, 07:09 AM
    We've been living in society divided into a parallel hierarchy where even the lowest member of one, the ascendant, ideological group wields immense power, categorically, over the other groups--who they treat as enemies. That argument, referred to in the article, who wants to bet it happened on Facebook? No body cam footage, though, eh? Hm.
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    03-18-2019, 12:40 PM
    Either way, Alexander the Great wasn't exceptional because he fancied women and/or men. He is exceptional because he fancied conquest and was so damn good at it. I think Smedly Butler is under taught.
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    03-18-2019, 11:46 AM
    I see evidence of the opposite--as people are politically reduced as individuals, only the broadest groupings are noticed.
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    03-18-2019, 11:40 AM
    I didn't know the shooter was from Philly... They should not have blurred his face, his infamy is fait accompli. He did livestream the murder of 50 unarmed people.
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    03-17-2019, 09:00 PM
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    03-15-2019, 02:15 AM
    Yeah, and when you wear brown lensed glasses, everything takes on that fecal tone.
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    03-15-2019, 12:06 AM
    I deleted that bit about you and fear, wasn't fair and quite dangerous right now. Not every fucked up thing that happens in the world is a false flag. When you go bruiting about them, in situations like these, you denude the term.
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    03-14-2019, 11:57 PM
    I don't think so. If it were a false flag, why would he call the People's Republic of China the government that is most aligned with his thoughts. Why would he openly state: I chose to use guns to carry out this attack in order to provoke a civil war in the United States? Or is that a false-false-flag double op? Im not posting that shit here, but you can find it and read it. I don't suggest that you do, lest you get paranoid... 50+ dead...
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    03-14-2019, 11:47 PM
    yah, 27 they are saying now. Yeah, its a real event--I saw it too. I read this lunatic's manifesto wherein he says that The Peoples Republic of China is closest to his political beliefs. Calls himself an eco-fascist. Goes on about replacement, and the grooming gangs in England. Plans to use his trial to further politicize this. Oh yeah, one of his stated goals was to start a civil war in the United States around the 2nd amendment. If NZ didn't have draconian gun laws today, they will very shortly. I wonder how ugly this is going to after the retaliations begin. I hope they don't.
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    03-13-2019, 09:44 AM
    It isn't that he is racist, its that his books are children's books, and widely read. Their ideological content is insufficient for--and aged out of--the new day, and thus the books must be retired and replaced with more time-appropriate ideological content. When I read this brouhaha about Seuss, to who I've no particular affection, I see the accusations but in them I read: "Dr. Seuss, thank you for your service. It's nothing personal, you understand." The racist accusations are merely pretext for his replacement by time-appropriate ideological content. If parents and kindergarten teachers are reading Dr. Seuss to their kids, you know what they aren't reading? I Am Jazz or Daddy, Papa, and Me, or Not My Idea (LGTB propaganda, same, and white privilege propaganda aimed at kiddos-- results of a quick google search) I don't care about that, but I do like to share why I think certain things happen. I should also say that when I say propaganda I do not mean to imply that the ideas in those books are necessarily toxic, simply that they seek to 'propagate' a specific idea. If I had children there is NO WAY IN HELL they'd wind up at a 'modern' public school. Homeschool, private tutors, or fucking bust and die childless (which looks to be more and more the case every day). I do not to see any qualitative difference between ignorance per-se and ignorance-by-curriculum. Which seems to be the rule in American schools.
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    03-10-2019, 08:22 AM
    Fuckin' A! Lenin had courage, after all, total courage in his convictions. Again, Mrs. Omar has so much courage that she signed a resolution condemning the substance of her own statement.
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    03-09-2019, 08:52 PM
    Do you think its advisable to confiscate the legitimate grievances of others to push a political candidate here, one that wouldn't bat an eye if anyone on this site suffered from any magnitude of injustice? Someone who votes against the clear text of the second amendment, support of which probably being the smallest common denominator here (mostly, and where does disarmament register on the scales of injustice?). Do you think it will work? She's so fearless that she signed a resolution condemning the substance of her own statement C'mon.
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    03-08-2019, 09:54 PM
    As a rule, when a problem arises I do not ask myself: How can force be used to fix this problem. If the threads are already crossed more force compounds the problem. If our national situation had to be summed up succinctly, I'd say its screwed. Not because migrants of any pedantic flavor, but because too much power has been consolidated in a single organization. Thus I scoff at the idea that anything can be ameliorated by giving that single organization just a little more power. 22 trillion. That's a remarkable number!
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    03-08-2019, 09:24 PM
    That very documentation, and criminalizing many relationships between citizen and foreigner that are formed without it, allows the government that permits it to keep the two populations compartmentalized. The benefits of this to a ruler are clear: When the citizen complains, blame the foreigner. When the foreigner complains, blame the citizen. Both sides will court your favor against the other, and seek to expand your power, mistaking you for a cudgel that they will wield. And somewhere some Hapsburg asshole smiles.
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    03-07-2019, 09:29 PM
    "The reports of a given jurisdiction in the course of a generation take up pretty much the whole body of the law, and restate it from the present point of view. We could reconstruct the corpus from them if all that went before were burned." - Oliver Wendell Holmes The Path of the Law I've always understood case law (ideally, and if I understand it at) to be the interface between abstract legal principles and real-life occurrences. Sorry, I got a dose of post modernism at college--case law is the application of abstract legal principles to actual incidents.
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    03-07-2019, 09:37 AM
    Precisely, would rather have that sense be on than off. All meagre attempts at wit aside, what would you do with the existing body of common law? I didn't get the sense that you wanted to extirpate it. As far as objections re 'bona-fide' crimes, the distinction does not need to be made by a legislative body of any kind since it already exists in the legal theories of malum in se and malum prohibitum. The former extends to acts that are wrong in-and-of themselves, which I understand to mean crimes that create a victim. The latter are acts that are wrong because they are prohibited, as in: one is prohibited from not paying their taxes, crimes that do not create a victim. (although, and interestingly, one might say that they are being compelled by prohibitionary law to become a victim. Frederick Douglas thought so.). It is wrong to buy alcohol outside of the racket, because it is prohibited. So, crimes of fraud and violence wouldn't need some powerful body to determine their existence, since their existence is already established in the common law that runs back how many centuries? To Moses? Prohibiting a thing because it is wrong is very different than a thing being wrong because it is prohibited. The Bill of Rights, thusly, even though enacted, is in harmony with the common law. Other forms of enacted law literally contradict common law. anyways, good post Osan.
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    03-06-2019, 02:36 PM
    No. Since we were going to get a spectacle, I'd rather we got a spectacular spectacle.
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    03-06-2019, 10:03 AM
    No. While it is cool, Joe knows Tim was sitting in Alex Jone's seat. I don't go in for podcasts, ordinarily, but that would have been...sublime. What a world Jack must live in, having to travel with his lawyer.
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    03-06-2019, 09:30 AM
    The phrase, "The free person has justice," is? a.Tautological b.Pleonastic c.Repetitive
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    03-05-2019, 12:09 AM
    I don't understand how you can admit mankind's general bloodthirstiness and defend a 'form of economic organization' that, due to the centralization of power that is necessary to its 'benign' implementation, gives the men who hold that power an unbridled ability to be bloodthirsty. You might say, well hows that different from now? Fundamentally, its not--thats the point. Isn't that the whole damn point? When can I expect AOC to address CAIR?
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    03-04-2019, 07:15 PM
    "The ring would give me power of Command. How I would drive the hosts of Mordor, and all men would flock to my banner!"
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    03-03-2019, 11:41 AM
    So, basically, extra senators?
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    03-03-2019, 12:08 AM
    Yes, Athens is a part of Greece now but the Athenian empire was more Athenian than it was Greek. Ionic. What qualities would you say a republic must have, or is representative governance enough? Similarly, democracy. Legislative decisions being made by a voting public, unrestrained by any constitution? I mean, hell, Athens even had a caste system. Check it out: The four tribes.
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    03-02-2019, 08:18 PM
    I think you guys misunderstand what 'Greece' looked like in antiquity. What you call Greece was a collection of Hellenic Polis-- and nearly all were Tyrannies or Oligarchies with the very peculiar exception of Athens--which would qualify as a democracy and definitely not a republic, equality under the law not-with-standing. I believe the United Provinces were a republic, which also reminds me of the Boer republics, and a bunch of modern day African Republics. The sad thing about republics is they almost invariably turn into empires. The Dutch, as mentioned. The Romans. The Athenians (Democracy). Hell, if you consider Parliamentarian gov. a republic, than even England had a phase! In so far as ancient equivalents of the Bill of Rights, you might look at the Magna Carta that English nobles forced King John 'Lackland', the sally bitch, to sign. The history of the Bill of Rights starts at least at Hammurabi. Lets not forget the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth, which despite having a monarch saw that monarchs power kept in check by a legislature.
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    03-02-2019, 11:36 AM
    Hmmm, and when they increase incentives and sufficient candidates have gone through an additional four years of...education?
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    03-01-2019, 10:54 AM
    Yes, because so much value has been consolidated in that entity, government, the artificially emphasized groups that compete for that government will do so at any means necessary. Enacted law is just another artificial means--and the ability to create de-facto or otherwise is worth at least as much as the sum of most of the candidates campaign costs. I hear that not caring about who makes the laws quote around a lot, its a bad quote. The exclusive, monopolized, right to create money must be a result of law.
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    03-01-2019, 10:36 AM
    Its been pretty distinct in some areas all along. It may be that the war, and everything it entailed, was a way to put off this moment--or perhaps it was just a vast burn of resources that could have been rightfully used in those areas. I mean, if the US government through its constitutional powers gathered a surplus of monies who would really begrudge it investing that money? Of course, any talk of surplus is ridiculous now until the end of time so I'm talking about that pretend world before all those windows got busted, if you will. So everything has this unpleasant fait accompli flavor to it. The lever of power is 22 trillion dollars in debt. Whoever winds up holding the lever of power will wind up owing that debt. Human nature has shown itself willing, even eager, to satisfy debts (however accrued) by sacrificing some part of another human (labor included but not limited too). Whats the other option? Declare the debt illegitimate? What would happen if the country just decided to say, "Yeah, were not putting that in our debit column...sorry--it doesn't exist..." Hmmm? I mean, who owns the debt? They say China... but I don't know. The federal reserve? They make at least some of the debt, or at least increase its relative costs by diminishing the worth of the dollars people have to earn to diminish the debt, forcing them to earn more. Its strange, you ever see two parties compete so stridently for 22 trillion in debt?! 22 trillion. Yup. We have entered scientific notation. 22,000,000,000,000 = 2.2e13 dollars.
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