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    Yesterday, 03:33 PM
    Just show the kids this: It's all they need to know about CRT :tears:
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    Yesterday, 03:31 PM
    I meant no plan that includes a future generation of indoctrinated children. Whether you think they're right or not, they believe this is the final countdown.
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    Yesterday, 02:59 PM
    Given that's the case, and given that the "elites" know that's the case, what do you think that says about their willingness to close down the schools, apparently indefinitely -- They have no plan beyond this.
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    07-26-2021, 08:04 PM
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    07-26-2021, 01:54 PM
    Meh, don't give into the FUD. Yes, these DS clowns are that desperate. But their desperation really just exposes the fact that they themselves are powerless. "Paper tiger" is the best description I can give in words... but that falls very far short of the true extent of it.
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    07-25-2021, 06:57 PM
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    07-24-2021, 02:32 PM
    Added bonus: If you still have a pair of balls, these specially-approved blue-and-white undersized briefs will squeeze off bloodflow to the old baby-batter factory, rendering the sterilizationvaccine-jab unnecessary...
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    07-24-2021, 11:57 AM
    Which is why the interpretation of Scripture is not and never has been a matter of opinion. When it comes to matters of authority (and prophecy is always a matter of authority, Deut. 18:20), it is the ecclesiastical succession and the received tradition -- which are orchestrated by the inner work of the Holy Spirit -- which are definitive (see sigline below). Individual opinions and private interpretations have never been accepted within orthodoxy and never will be. You may be free to think anything you want, but merely having the audacity to speak in the name of God proves absolutely nothing about God or his Word. "Yeah, well why doesn't he strike them with lightning?" Because God is merciful and desires all men to repent of their sins and be saved, that's why. And make no mistake, the lightning is there, held in reserve for the reprobates who knowingly refuse God's love and spit in his face. "Every eye will see him" -- the true power of God will soon be revealed for all to see. "Is it not because I have long been silent that you do not fear me?" (Isaiah 57:11) Boldness and audacity are just a mask the wicked put on to keep up their morale...
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    07-24-2021, 11:29 AM
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    07-24-2021, 09:57 AM
    Revelation is not cyclical. The Bible tells a coherent story which, although it is not a simple "linear" progression, is not cyclical either. The apocalyptic prophecies point to a single point in time (or space/time or a hyper-dimensional point or however you choose to think about it) when all of prophecy reaches culmination (fulfillment, fullness, material reality, present-tense tangibility, etc.) The apocalyptic prophecies are not primarily about the material world. Yes, there are many material events foretold in the Bible but the true significance of these events is in what they symbolize, not the physical events themselves. Consider the recent rash of global flooding around the world. These floods have caused many deaths and untold property damage. That is a tragedy, to be sure, but the floods themselves (seen through the prophetic/symbolic lens) are not the "great distress" Jesus prophesied in Matthew 24 -- even if they had occurred at a larger scale, they still would not be that great distress. Sure, they picture or portray that great distress. And for those who are directly affected by them, they are a great distress and it may even be prophetic fulfillment for some of them. The point is that it's incorrect to read Revelation as a sequence of prophecies about the Earth's geology, as if God is very concerned about the planet he created merely to house us (his creatures bearing his image... his offspring). We find such imagery distressing because we well understand how absolutely insignificant and helpless we are relative to the energy scale of the planet. But the distressing material imagery is meant to point us to the distressing spiritual war that is descending on the Earth -- the Great Tribulation, as it is usually called. These floods, earthquakes and other geological events are not, in themselves, the events prophesied in Scripture. Rather, they picture or point to those prophesies -- flooding reminds us (and is meant to remind us) of Noah's flood. That is why, from the perspective of any uninvolved observers, floods happen. Noah's flood, in turn, is the great picture of the coming deluge which is going to engulf the planet -- but this time it will be the spiritual deluge, the global outpouring of the Holy Spirit which will engulf the world in unquenchable flames (see Joel 2:28ff, Matthew 3:11, et. al.) -- this can be seen by simply asking "when did God decide to create the world?" I.e., when in "absolute time", is Genesis 1? The problem is not Genesis, the problem is the assumption of linear, absolute time.
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    07-24-2021, 12:35 AM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to pcosmar again.
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    07-23-2021, 07:28 PM
    Heat-dome? :tears: :happy: :cry:
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    07-23-2021, 04:30 PM
    What debt-limit??? :tears: :tears: :tears:
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    07-23-2021, 04:19 PM
    Of course, but "They" are not writing the playbook, they're just playing out the roles they have chosen for themselves. It's going to be BIBLICAL. "They" are not in control, a fact they are slowly discovering...
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    07-23-2021, 08:30 AM
    Watched. As always, Murphy knocks it out of the park...
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    07-22-2021, 06:06 PM
    The wicked live in a delusional world in which they imagine that their crimes cannot be opposed so long as they are sufficiently cautious and clever in how they go about committing them. Long-term planning. Covering your tracks. Ensuring that you are in a position of complete and total advantage vis-a-vis your mark. It is the mindset of the wolf and that is why we refer to them as wolves in sheep's clothing. But it is a delusion. They will either repent of their wicked ways or they will discover the true meaning of the power of God (and, either way, they will acknowledge the power of God). Many of them believe in a god of sorts, some kind of "higher power." But they do not understand the first thing about the power of the living God because, if they did, they would be running away from their wickedness as fast as possible. Every last one of them. "It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God." (Hebrews 10:31) I don't know what is in Fauci's heart but I know that he is working with a lot of truly evil people who are hell-bent on one kind of destructive madness or another. These people are truly insane. I hope he gets right with God as quickly as possible.
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    07-22-2021, 12:50 PM
    So what you're suggesting is perhaps Fauci should avoid visiting parks alone, or taking walks at 4AM or visiting the hills of England, for the foreseeable future? :speaknoevil:
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    07-22-2021, 10:41 AM
    Engelhardt is a roundabout speaker. A forthright statement of his point: debt is not money, nor can it be money apart from the intervention of the State. Why is debt not money? To start with, absolutely no one would have confused debt and money before about 150 years ago. And even after Marxist academics began corrupting the scholarly understanding of money and economics, any John Q. Public on the street would have immediately known the difference between debt and money until at least 50 years ago when the dollar's last tie to gold was cut by Nixon in 1971. But perhaps pre-Marxist people were just confused about money and we needed modern Marxism to straighten us out... The Austrian account of the emergence of money from barter is not necessarily a historical argument. Engelhardt briefly mentions this account of money but says nothing further about it. But it's important to emphasize that the emergence of money from barter is a notional argument, meaning, it's an argument that stands even if it is a historical fiction. "Suppose there was a time when there was no money and humans solely engaged in barter... in that case, this is how money (must have) eventually emerged even from that condition." So even if there has never been a time that humans did not use something as money, the Austrian account of the emergence of money from barter is a sound argument. In that case, it's a reductio ad absurdum, because even if you start with a society without a money commodity, very quickly, you have a society that is using a money commodity. Debt lacks almost all of the properties that we now recognize are key to the emergence of a money commodity from barter. Debt is not fungible because every debtor is unique. Debt is not divisible because each debt is an indivisible "legal claim" against the debtor. Debt is not durable because debtors can die, become disabled or destitute or go into default. The liquidity of debt is subject to extreme fluctuations based on legal and political uncertainty because the collection of debt instruments is logically dependent on their enforceability in court -- if your country is taken over by socialists and these socialists declare "all debts are hereby dissolved", then all those IOUs in your vault have become completely worthless overnight. So the idea that debt is money or even could be money (apart from the say-so of the State) is ludicrous. If anything, debt is an illusion. Combined with the multiplication of corporate entities that can hold debt, debt can be manufactured without limit. Debt-as-money creates a kind of "fully privatized central bank" (operated by the commercial banking system) and this results in unbounded inflation as anyone who can create a corporation and take on debt in the name of that corporation is thereby able to print their own money.
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    07-22-2021, 09:00 AM
    Watched. This is a MUST WATCH. Mises was writing about Antifa/BLM 100 years ago. In this talk, DiLorenzo sketches out the entire global Marxist strategy with specific names, details and facts. This is the real information!!
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    07-21-2021, 11:42 AM
    Yes, and after the rocks have been completely pulverized, we expect to see a doctoral dissertation on whether it's molecularly impossible to pulverize it any further. Daily output shall not be reduced while the dissertation is being written... :tears:
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    07-20-2021, 08:32 PM
    Throwback Tuesday... (NSFW)
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    07-20-2021, 06:17 PM
    Hunger Games fans will get it...
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    07-20-2021, 01:11 PM
    For these con-men, words have no meaning, they are just sounds you make to get other people to do what you want them to do. Don't listen to his words, watch his reaction. First time I've ever seen a stress-indicator in Fauci. Watch his left hand stretching rubber bands like crazy; watch how rigid his entire upper body becomes and how locked his arms become when extended (all muscles tensed). This indicates extremely strong emotions being restrained. One interpretation is that Fauci is reacting like any normal person would when falsely being accused of lying -- by (naturally) becoming agitated and upset (and also trying to modulate the reaction to prevent an outburst). But Fauci does this stuff all day long and has done it for many years. Presenting the calmly apathetic face of a permanent bureaucrat, even in the face of political attacks and accusations, is something he has years and years of hands-on practice doing, not to mention full national attention for the past 18+ months. How amazing, then, that one lone Senator can get his hands shaking, lower lip trembling and his entire upper body as rigid as a stone. Also, his language does have a couple giveaways. First, note that he rebukes Senator Paul directly, "if anybody's a liar here, it's you, Senator." Well, that's not how the world of Establishment power works, according to their own unwritten rules. You may hate each other as much as you want, but you may never ever disrespect the office they hold. A Senator is higher-ranking than any Federal employee, even Fauci, and for Fauci to rebuke a Senator in a Senate hearing, as a witness, is a direct contradiction of Establishment protocol. Of course, he won't be held accountable for it in the public view. But it may be a sign that things are breaking apart beneath the surface. Bold, yes, but it appears to me a step too bold. "You don't know what you're talking about, Senator." Well, this particular Senator is also a doctor of medicine. So, yeah. He actually does know what he's talking about. You can play the "I'm the Expert(TM)(R)(c)2021 all rights reserved"-game with the masses; but the rules of the game don't work the same way between experts (even in different fields). You can say "I'm the expert and you don't know what you're talking about" but this just looks childish and defensive when you're talking to someone who is also an expert, in your field. Fauci seems to think that the rules of academic silo-ing generalize to every context. They don't, especially not in the political context. We've put up with nearly two years of overpaid disk-jockeys ... aka "cable news anchors" informing us -- on their own authority! -- that we're "not taking this seriously enough", and many other BS opinions painted as facts. Blatant propaganda. As if that injury was not enough, now we have Doctor Death Fauci telling another doctor that he "doesn't know what talking about", as though Dr. Paul just stumbled out of a lifetime of coal-mining into his Senate seat. When actual academics disagree, as a rule, they couch their language in terms of mutual acknowledgement of the qualifications of the other -- "I know you've done your research, and I understand how you reach your conclusions, but this is the specific point at which I think you are making a mistake in your reasoning, and here's why..." That's what healthy academic discussion looks like when it is not poisoned by politics. Fauci tries to keep up the facade of being an academic (despite merely being a career bureaucrat), and it's very telling that Senator Paul was able to crack that facade...
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    07-20-2021, 11:31 AM
    Your immune system will be as strong as the opponents it fights...
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    07-19-2021, 08:43 PM
    Meh. Not everything has to be a Bach Toccata & Fugue... sometimes, you just gotta Move It Move It... :clap: :clap: :clap:
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    07-19-2021, 08:16 PM
    In this one, the repetition may not be obvious until it is pointed out:
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    07-19-2021, 02:52 PM
    The Register: Apple sued in nightmare case involving teen wrongly accused of shoplifting, driver's permit used by impostor, and unreliable facial-rec tech Theft spree repeatedly blamed on wrong guy – lawsuit Oh yay... :rolleyes:
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    07-19-2021, 02:28 PM
    I heard he only does drop-offs, no trailer required...
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    07-19-2021, 08:39 AM
    History has amply proved the real outcome of inquisitions -- they do not achieve even their own stated goals. In reality, they invariably descend into the very kind of dystopia they claim to be trying to eradicate. By way of metaphor, an inquisition is like an inflammatory response. The immune system generates this response when it "doesn't know what's wrong", in a manner of speaking. There is a general immune response as the body makes a mad scramble to resolve the unknown stressor. But we know what Marxism is. We know how it operates. We don't need an inflammatory immune response. We just need to apply well-known pest-control methods. We're not living in 1957 (or 1597, either) and this is not the Cold War or an Inquisition...
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    07-18-2021, 11:14 PM
    There are scholars who have argued that mass democratic voting is a waste of time, a view which I also hold. Hoppe has argued that democracy is not merely ineffective, but that it actually leads to predictably bad outcomes because it creates a "competition in the production of bads". In addition, democratic leaders have no interest in preserving the capital value of the country because they are just temporary directors who will be reassigned after serving some term. For this reason, he has argued that monarchy is a superior form of government -- it is more peaceful (less aggressive) and more conducive to general prosperity. However, Hoppe is not a monarchist (even though it is easy to assume this when you first hear his arguments), rather, he is an anarchist and holds that both monarchies and democracies are destructive and opposed to human rights. He simply points out that democracy is inferior to monarchy in order to point out that we have not improved our situation from 200 years ago, we have only made it worse by substituting a bad (monarchy) with a worse (democracy).
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    07-18-2021, 11:02 PM
    Getting Your Technician License 35-question exam, super-easy. I'm guessing two weeks of evening self-study is enough for most people to pass. Questions are available so you can self-test. Fees are nominal.
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