• goldenequity's Avatar
    Today, 09:41 AM
    George arguing for transparency and open/public document release/critical thinking/self correcting 'public' analyses...
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    Today, 08:57 AM
    I don't know who first made the analogy to the 'ring' in the tower trilogy but it's absolutely identical. The 'first thought' upon 'capturing' the 702 'ring' is: 'I can use this for GOOD!.... TWO can play this 'game'... I will 'reverse' the 'database of corruption'. then 'Why use the court system?' (enter justification here:) "It's slow. Dysfunctional. Filled with loopholes. Corrupt Lawyers and Judges. etc etc"
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    Today, 08:15 AM
    Google's Cult James Damore’s class action complaint describes a creepy cult-like orthodoxy at Google, where dissent is smashed, and the color of your skin is far more important than the content of your character. Reading the complaint is a deep dive into wicked, racial groupthink, and a frightening reminder that it really can happen here. ... all of the rancid, racialist, thuggish things going on at Google ... read the whole complaint. It’s like reading Solzhenitsyn’s travel log from Ekibastuze. ... the psychologies of totalitarianism in their timeless forms. The purges. The moral relativism. The threats. The lists of enemies. The upside-down world of the wicked justifying their wickedness. ... Google doesn’t have the Google Gulag, but the thinking that is normal inside a powerful institution like Google should alarm all actual, normal Americans. Damore’s worst sin at Google was to be white and male and to presume that shouldn’t matter. ... where "whiteness" is wickedness, where "maleness" is a construct ... Google “formed opinions about and then treated Plaintiffs not based on their individual merits, but rather memberships in groups with assumed characteristics,” ...
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 07:46 AM
    954336411129442304 Leave it to Trump to continue the police state total surveillance, enabling more future abuses. He says the total surveillance/FISA/police state was abused. FISA is an abuse itself. NSA total surveillance is an abuse itself.
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    Today, 06:42 AM
    63 House law makers sign petititon to release the memo
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 06:21 AM
    953371313300754434 So on the one hand DOJ tells the court it has sophisticated and fully reliable software methods and protocols for storing accessing and providing the documents. Then it claims the reason if failed to turn over a key document is because of a "glitch" it fails to explain. So they want the court to not require any further disclosure they wants the court to believe they have fully reliable software methods and protocols for storing accessing so no need to question their disclosure. Yet when they get caught hiding key docs, they want the court to believe the opposite that they do NOT have fully reliable software methods and protocols for storing accessing. Now they still want the court to believe their system is fully reliable and not to question their disclosures. "That document showed that within minutes of top officials in the AG’s office getting media inquiries about then-Attorney General Lynch’s surreptitious meeting with former President Clinton (in the final days of the DOJ/FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton), the DOJ alerted the FBI to the growing scandal." More on missing doc
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  • AZJoe's Avatar
    Today, 05:36 AM
    Except there are some things particularly unique. For one, thoughtomato uniquely goes out of his way to specially defend against any criticism of police state by Israel as opposed to defending other governments against such criticism such as N. Korea, Saudi Arabia, or Spain vs Catalonians, or Merkel or Macron, or EU, or UK's craziness or subjugation of Assange to the embassy, etc. You also have government in the USA uniquely suppressing, even criminalizing criticism of the government of Israel. Additionally, aside from the fact that that government's level of police state statism over the Palestinians easily places it in the top five worst police state offenders, it also willfully ignores the elephant in the room that the U.S. government is the enabler, protector, funder and participant for the police state activities, theft, aggression. Without Washington's colossal interventionist acts and policies, direct and indirect support and weapons and money cover and logistics and training and advice and protection, the entire police state occupation of Palestine collapses.
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    Today, 05:17 AM
    Spoken like a true neocon level statist government butt kisser (when the government is Israel). With that collectivist rant and ass kissing defense of horrific police state level statism the thoughtomator wins the award:
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    Today, 02:02 AM
    Yes. It's peering into the heart of darkness and temptation. Whether it 'rapin Bill' or 'we came we saw he died Hillary'. When all it 'takes' is a 'signature' or a 'vote' we're talking perhaps 90% of Congress. But.. when 'conscience strikes' what then? This is where McCabe and the 'query about' surveillance comes in... looking for dirt. No dirt? 'Create it' with sting operations using sex and drugs. Once they're compromised, you own them. Their vote, their signature, their companies, their influence, their cooperation.
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    Yesterday, 10:20 PM
    Good guys have nothing to hide from data miners anyway.
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    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    Suicide by OD.
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    Yesterday, 08:41 PM
    954040406358085632 954054606815989762 Day 90.2. Bannon and Mooch Handle Navy Intel Investments? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTr12R1Rjg8 Day 89.2 Is Bannon Still Navy Intel? Does He Know How To Make a Navy Nuke Buck?
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    Yesterday, 07:45 PM
    That of course is a great question... we can only guess. Most of us will guess the same thing. :cool: What may still be interesting to watch: Trump STILL has to sign the extension into law... and I think he will... but the timing of the memo release (if very soon) will cause the eyes and minds of the Nation (and select anti 702 voices) to turn directly to and challenge Truimp to NOT sign it. That would be fun.
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    Yesterday, 06:57 PM
    No doubt, and they gave 0 you-know-what's what the guilds and academies thought. They were one of the last production studios doing things like in the old, old days of film from the 20s. Better or worse. I forget their names, the guys at Cannon, they were brothers. Had a lot of bad stuff said about them, some of it true (they would make a vertical slice, or whatever it's called, of their next movie like it was already in production, then launder cash from loans for that non-existent movie for one they had in production. Something like that... They made some legendary movies though. I'd say it was worth it:D And if Death Wish was a book... yet another going in the list.
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  • Raginfridus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:37 PM
    Well, that's another in the to-read list. The Civil Rights movement was no exception. Malcolm X saw the hypocrisy and hated it plenty: Beautiful stuff.
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    Yesterday, 03:45 PM
    The purpose of government is mostly just to pay themselves with other peoples' wealth and generally get in the way. ;)
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    Yesterday, 03:35 PM
    Proving once again conservatives love more government too, as long as they get what they want.
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    Yesterday, 03:33 PM
    Yikes! Must suck living in town.
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    Yesterday, 03:26 PM
    There's no such thing as a rebellion (revolt, movement, etc) against the establishment that wasn't a tool of somebody in the establishment. The American Revolution for example was little more than a lot of gullible idiots following men who desired property that wasn't their own, and within a matter of decades resulted in the surrender of more state and individual sovereignty than was ever imperiled by a King or his governors. Not only so, but all that toil lead to the system we have today. There's only 1 rule for rebellion: its all an establishment scam. None more blatantly so than in countries where succession of power's pulled out from inside a magic hat called the ballot box, full of all the good wishes of believers in this bi-polar monster called popular will. In reality, all that's just a waste of breath, thought, and wealth, because succession's never been determined by "We the People" anyway. That's a myth. Advertising buys the office in countries with ballot boxes for gods. We can spot the winner easy enough, or at least the nominees, by things like their war chest and coverage. Oh sure, monarchies can be dysfunctional, and are many times, but in popular government dysfunction is the system. The only people with their heads in the sand here are those that believe in a so-called "will of the people." One of the first arguments against monarchies that people make is they're repressive, but while these fools shriek under the tyranny of a few thousand elected and millions of unelected oppressors, they're so emotionally invested in the relationship the most they'll accomplish are maybe, once the stars align, 8 years of good governance. "Give us one more election, one anti-establishmentarian. Never mind he IS the establishment, we like his personality. He fights the media, he says the funnies." The beauty of a simple system like monarchy is it doesn't waste itself pretending to be something it isn't: High Priest of the Ballot Box Gods.
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    Yesterday, 02:49 PM
    AFRIN Turkey-backed FSA Euphrates Shield commander: 'Delay in Afrin op due to "bad weather". FSA put on high alert as of this afternoon. Op likely to kickoff 0700 tomorrow, unless sthing changed on international scene' YPG: Turkish army tried to enter Afrin crosing the border in Baliya village of Bilbilê district. YPG YPJ retaliated immediately, troops withdrew in their armored vehicles. SDF has launched an Operation called "hunting the wolves" a defensive operation so far against Turkey and Euphrates Shield FSA, possible to expand to be an offensive operation against Euphrates Shield areas
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    Yesterday, 12:42 PM
    Bump to prove that if there was private firms supplying the water, there likely wouldn't be a shortage. Cape Town Is 90 Days Away From Running Out Of Water How can there be a shortage? They have rights!
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  • Raginfridus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:41 PM
    He's probably just tired of Swordsmyth's circular arguments and squishy logic.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:36 PM
    Actually though, this takes me back to the hissy fit that the left had over the comments Nestle's CEO made, about how water distribution was better handled via capitalism than government. Appears he was right and they were wrong.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:35 PM
    LOL - no i meant if I lived there. Or start learning how to extract water from the earth and the ground. Or migrate, like lots of other AFricans...
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:36 AM
    I'm bottling the stuff 24/7 starting right now.
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    Yesterday, 10:04 AM
    I get that on a deeper lever though. My ancestry is Welsh, and although I've never been too Wales there's a part of me that longs to go there and knows without a doubt I'd be perfectly happy there.
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    Yesterday, 10:01 AM
    If you're referring to the Duggars, there's an incredible amount of hate directed to them on a regular basis. Tom Woods has 5 and his ex-wife routinely posts about strangers making rude comments. This is a next wave forming.
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    Yesterday, 09:58 AM
    Canada where the government has to pay for the health of the spawn. China is still aboot 40 years up the road, yeah.
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