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    Today, 08:56 PM
    Bennington was one of the monster vocalists of all time... seems like the best are always taken too early... :sorrow:
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    Today, 12:31 PM
    To every politician: Mood of the day: Dark
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    Today, 09:54 AM
    Apropos:
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    Yesterday, 04:45 PM
    Based on my observations of human behavior, there are roughly two types of people -- people who know what they should/shouldn't do without being told... and those who need to be told what to do (and not do), or else they become anxious, paranoid and dysfunctional. Again, based on my observations only, I believe this latter group comprises the vast bulk of the human population. This is why democracies devolve into rule-based societies, because the order-followers will always demand that everything be spelled out in black-and-white with penalties and rewards for each and every behavior. Call it "Old Testament" versus "New Testament", if you like... And how many of these psychopaths are really deterred by the thought of a police officer? The risks they take are almost the same in an unpoliced society as a policed one. Consider a home-invader, for example. In an armed society, what are the odds they are shot by the police versus shot by the homeowner? They are much more likely to be shot by the homeowner. So one of the most common reasons given for why we "need" public police -- deterrence -- is not only false, its a reversal of the actual situation.
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    Yesterday, 10:46 AM
    Prior to the rise of the modern nation-state and the prevalence of statutory law, there was no confusion about what law is. The king made decrees (which may or may not also have become law), but law was a part of the social order itself, it sprang up spontaneously from human interactions. The theologians held that this was the manifestation of the image of God in man and, therefore, law is ultimately given by God. Regardless of where you sit on that issue, no one believed that the king -- who is a creature, subject to God like all of us -- "makes" the law. Rather, the king is appointed by divine decree through Providence and his authority emanates from this. But no king could make a law contradicting the manifest law of God in Nature because that would be a contradiction of terms. If you hit me without a cause, I'll probably hit you back. Everyone understands you deserved to get smacked in return and so you have no further recourse unless you want to take the gamble of escalating the situation. That is real law. Reams of words scribbled on endless shelves of books by legislators, judges, administrators and other bureaucrats are not law... they are policy or "statutes". Like the decrees of a king, they may eventually factor into the law because ordinary people still have to grapple with the State, whatever form it takes. But no legislature, no democracy, no form of government whether monarchical or otherwise, can set aside the manifest law of God in Nature... it is a contradiction of terms. From a spiritual perspective, it is clear that the modern confusion over what, exactly, law is, is the result of the work of the devil. He promotes confusion in everything because that is the only way he can move his agenda forward. No one would accept the deal with the devil if they actually understood it. So there must be global confusion and few places are more heavily targeted than law because law affects so much of our daily lives. Where can you park your car, how fast can you drive, on what conditions can you enter a place of business, where can you lay down on the ground in an urban area, and so on and so forth. The more that people see these things as either completely arbitrary (e.g. "no such thing as a good cop, no laws exist") or the statutory dictates of an omnipotent legislature ("whatever Congress writes on a piece of parchment is law"), the better. Because then it is no longer clear why the manifest law of God in Nature should not be overthrown. Women becoming men, men becoming women, gendarmes engaging in running violence in the streets... all of these things "just exist", like wolves "just exist". Neither good nor bad, just existing. So when you are sent to the Gulag and you are beaten and tortured there, you can comfort yourself with this realization: "It has no meaning. There is no law for it or against it. It just exists. My torturer torments me, and I am tormented. And there is no significance to it, either way. It just exists." Welcome to the global exultation of nihilism...
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    05-13-2021, 08:06 PM
    The real agricultural conservationists: Heirloom Seeds Look, whenever these news headlines come out regarding "Bill Gates is doing this and Bill Gates is doing that" just ask yourself -- what real threat is a man who practically owns half the planet but cannot even keep his marriage together? With that kind of wealth, you have to be a cosmic flunk-out to not be able to at least maintain the public face of the marriage (many wealthy people have practical separations but preserve the legal status quo to save face... even this he could not swing). Stop buying into the globalist scare-mongering. Instead, go get some heirloom seeds and a hoe. Total price for a small herb garden <$100 plus some elbow grease. The defeat of the globalists is inevitable. Instead of worrying about what they're up to, just go out and take some practical step, however modest, that moots their plans for "world domination". The more you transform the globalists in your own mind into cartoon caricatures like Pinky and the Brain or Dr. Evil, the less grasp they will have on you and the more they will recede into the background, where they belong. As for waking others up, this is often much less important than it seems. Most people are hands-on... they're not nerds like us forum-posters. So when you start planting your own local crops and join your local community in doing the same, you are giving momentum to real change that will snowball and bring others onboard, not through a political opinion article that got them scared into acting, but just because it seemed like it would be a fun, interesting or useful thing to do...
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    05-13-2021, 07:55 PM
    Dannno dropping truth bombs left and right... it's like Torah Borah down in this thread!!
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    05-11-2021, 09:46 AM
    Fixed that for ya! Are Nazis capitalists? If so, then Cato are libertarians. Cato are globalists, posing as libertarians as part of yet another elaborate strawman by the globalists. If you have inifinity-cash (a central bank), as the globalists do, you can afford to buy up literally. everything. As they have done, at least, everything except what simply cannot be bought up -- those few souls who simply refuse to accept the deal-with-the-devil and sell out. As far as I can tell, the only libertarians left standing are at the Mises Institute and it appears that even they, since roughly 2013-ish, have been surrounded from within by ranks and ranks of fake libertarians who I assume the globalists sent over to squat on the MI and wait until the current vanguard dies out so they can take the helm. These tactics go back many centuries, this is not a new playbook.
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    05-10-2021, 09:45 PM
    To those playing with fire they don't understand...
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    05-10-2021, 07:54 PM
    Yeah, that's the spirit, let's get that adrenaline up!
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    05-10-2021, 07:02 PM
    But they're "showing their cards," when they continually make statements like this about the vaccines:
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    05-09-2021, 08:50 PM
    Yes. This is a very important issue because the MSMBS want to shift the discussion (that's why they exist) from the facts, onto "facts". The fact is that America is in the grips of an unprecedented cultural revolution that is waging a gender war on males. It is a male-genocide in slow-motion. Conservatives have their hair on fire about transgenderism but none of them ever talk about one of the primary contributing causes -- that many males realize that their life will be much better if they are legally female, in fact, it will be so much better that it is worth undergoing some kind of identity-transformation process. So the dramatic increase in transgenderism over the last few decades is a symptom or canary of the overwhelming success of the feminist revolution. And, by the way, "feminism" is badly misnamed -- it is not "feminist" at all, that is, it has nothing to do with furthering the rights of women. Rather, it is a wedge issue used by the (always and forever!) male-dominated establishment to grind their potential competition (other, less successful males) to powder. The street-thugs we call "police" are just the action-wing of the establishment. So society will go on offering up its boys as human sacrifices to appease the power-gods that they will not stop worshiping. Stop worshiping the State. Stop worshiping power. Stop giving in to the carnal lust for war glory and political glory. Worship God!
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    05-09-2021, 02:59 PM
    "By their fruit you will recognize them." (Matthew 7:20)
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    05-07-2021, 03:25 PM
    The next major armed conflict will be a drone war. "You can just shoot them out of the sky." With production costs as low as $20 a piece, modern militaries can purchase enough drones to blot out the Sun. Blast away to your heart's content, you can't shoot your way out of a plague of locusts. "Well what about EMP?" What about it? An EMP truck is easily spotted and its radius of effect falls off faster than the inverse-square law. Yes, you can harden sensitive command posts and other targets like that against suicide drones using EMP, but that can't stop reconnaissance drones or drones carrying long-range munitions. Drones can also deploy chaff and countless radar decoys. The essence of strategy is the concentration of strength against weakness. The air is weak, until a gust is concentrated against your body and blows you off your feet, or forms into a vortext like a tornado. This is why drones are going to overwhelm the future battlefield. A billion little quadcopters each carrying a dozen bullets or a directed HE-charge is billions of rounds of ammo and armor-piercing munitions that can be dispersed when attacked and suddenly concentrated again. Anyone who has been chased by a swarm of angry yellow-jackets will understand what we're really talking about here...
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    05-06-2021, 08:01 PM
    If the Republican Party is to be taken seriously on the federal level, then it behooves it to support a ticket similar to, say, Sen. Rand Paul and Rep. Thomas Massie in 2024. Otherwise, it'll be a waste of time.
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    05-06-2021, 06:22 PM
    Biden and the Democratic Party are implementing...systemic racism, right before our eyes. You have to love the irony.
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    05-06-2021, 12:34 PM
    Guess who's back, back again, the Taliban's back, tell a friend... Reference link in case YT video taken down: https://www.corbettreport.com/911-a-conspiracy-theory/
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    05-04-2021, 02:44 PM
    Oh the wonders of modern technology...
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    05-04-2021, 02:43 PM
    Interesting, didn't realize she joined the year he founded MS... it was all a setup from the beginging!! :tears: Also didn't realize he had three spawn by her. Those must have been the three most awkward nights of their marriage... :tears: :tears: :tears:
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