Renowned virologist warns of ‘collapse of our health system’ due to complications from COVID vaccines - LifeSite by Maniak in WayOfTheBern

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Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche warned of the damage being done to the immune systems of the vaccinated, and the inevitable grave consequences that would result.

real gay men are valid too by Hannibalboy93 in LGBDropTheT

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eh, tummy is the opposite of what I deem attraction. But personal taste, sure.

Peak Leftist Delusion Tops r/PoliticalHumor by cisheteroscum in whatever

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Nazis were not white supremacists. The Nazis were German supremacists

Oh yes they were white supremacists. If Nazis were not white supremacists they would have never seized property of German citizens who were Jewish. They would have never killed upwards of 180,000 German Jews just because they were Jewish and not seen as white.

TL;DR, the left literally has to rewrite history to pretend the Allied powers agree with them, and they do so shamelessly

Americans rewrite history all the time. Americans like to act like they're the reason the Nazis got their asses kicked in World War II. In reality, Russia is the reason why the Nazis got their asses kicked and lost the war.

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White Supremacists Stage Bizarro Rally in Downtown D.C., Find Themselves Stranded by ShalomEveryone in news

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I bet you paid them to do it!

Wikipedia's Race & IQ article is the most dishonest literature in all of human history. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

[–]radicalcentrist[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

And one more thing to point out socks,

Even when Blacks have scored above 100 on IQ test, that doesn't mean they're still equal or the smartest. In fact, the smartest blacks are actually closer to the the poorest and dumbest whites. That's how big of a gulf we are talking with intelligence. It goes waaaaaaaaay higher than where you think it stops...

https://files.catbox.moe/btnlkd.png

I only care about facts, so dismissing this evidence with "it hurts my feelings" is completely unscientific. All the answers are staring us right in the face, but people are still arrogant enough to look at the above graph and say "I see no difference".

White Supremacists Stage Bizarro Rally in Downtown D.C., Find Themselves Stranded by ShalomEveryone in news

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Yahoo disabled comments on all articles because no matter the subject matter the comment section was filled with bigoted comments.

Shalom

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Your right to say no ends where my vagina begins - "Having sex with me is not largely different from having sex with any other gay man." by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I think it might also be the prevalence of co-mordbidities in autistic people. Most have some kind of mental depression or anxiety (I certainly do), not to mention social isolation that may be as a result of the co-morbidities or because of our difference in behaviour.

As a result, when they see how accepted and championed trans people are, and add in a dash of autistic gender-nonconformism due to not having an inherent feeling of what is expected of X or Y gender, they're easily sucked into the ideology since they think they'll finally belong somewhere and understand themselves better.

I personally thought I was genderfluid and demisexual for a hot minute in high school, and even thought at one point that I was a trans man because I preferred to wear men's clothing, which is generally more comfortable than womenswear. I fear for the me who might've been born ten years later, where I would've told that yes indeed I was a transman and I would've damaged myself beyond repair.

Woman on r/gaytransguys lies and says she had erectile dysfunction to trick gay men by CaptainMoose in LGBDropTheT

[–]MarkJefferson 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Idk exactly how much stress these can take before they break, but you can probably assume whatever 'wear and tear' they do sustain from ordinary usage, won't heal remotely as evenly or without complications as a natural, whole penis, which have also specially evolved features to mitigate damage.

The separate parts cobbled together for phallo probably don't work or heal together well at all, would need regular skilled medical maintainence on a good month, and most likely comes with a detailed Owner's Care manual with exacting instructions.

Not exactly the kind of tool one can just let loose on a bunch of guys(assuming they're thirsty enough to want a strange limp dick). Yeah, I have many reasons to doubt the veracity of this transman's account.

U.S. COVID-19 Deaths in 2021 Surpass 2020 Total: Overall, more than 771,000 COVID-19 deaths have been reported in the U.S. during the pandemic. About 385,000 were reported in 2020, according to CDC data, and more than 386,000 have been reported this year. by Orangutan in politics

[–]proc0 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Sheep won't hear it. This has been one of my main arguments but it doesn't register with NPCs. It's crazy how fear impairs their thinking, it's not even a point they would discuss the times I've tried.

Richard Dawkins Dives Into the Gender Row by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse where a person or group makes someone question their sanity, perception of reality, or memories, dumbass. You telling me that "no one worships science" when I say I've seen multiple examples of it is a form of gaslighting. Your opinion about the stupidity of religion has not a goddamn thing to do with anything I've said, you're just a pissant little child who can't deal with someone pointing that some atheists(whom you worship) are idiots.

You don't even know what I think about ANY religion, you dumb POS. You're mindlessly chanting things you've heard people say online that you think make you sound smart. They don't.

Stephanopolous looks honestly afraid of Alec Baldwin in this interview by rubberbiscuit in whatever

[–]Node 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Is that a jew? I'll figuratively eat my hat if that's not literally a jew.

Wikipedia's Race & IQ article is the most dishonest literature in all of human history. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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The main problem is that there are unscientific approaches to maniplations of IQ data in order to push a racist agenda,

Life is racist because evolution was racist. That's the final pill for anyone who still refuses to accept the harshest scientific facts.

There's a book called the 10,000 year explosion that answered the question what are the chances that every single Human being on Earth could be the exact the same? It was like 1 in 1 quadrillion or some other unfathomable number that no one here can imagine.

Basically, it's up to Liberals to explain how is it possible for Nature to be equal? Dogs aren't equal to cats, birds aren't equal to ants. Lions are not equal to fish. Some animals have wings, others have sharp claws, some can see in the dark and other animals are completely blind.

We don't call this racism, we call these biological differences. And the brain being one of the most important organs in existence is not exempt from these factors. If Africans had the exact same selection pressures as Europeans and Asians did then none of this IQ controversy would exist. But for most of history, the darkest parts of Africa had people living in mudhuts, without written languages or an understanding of the wheel. This hollywood sci-fi idea that Africa was always home to Space Shuttles and skyscrapers is a myth. Notice when Europeans arrived on the continent and begun the process of colonization, did any African city even begin to resemble a Western one?

And once Europeans were ejected from the continent, Africa went back to being a primitive mess like it always was before?

That's the price of denying race and IQ. History is the great equalizer and the most advanced civilizations to exist have always been either European or East Asian in origin. No one else has come close to eclipsing them.

"Black students are being told they stink while others are being called monkeys by their White peers" by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

[–]proc0 [score hidden]  (0 children)

It's a self-fulfilling prophecy what is happening at a societal level. Blacks play out the victim card so hard, they start getting hate for it and therefore a fraction of those times they become victims, and the cycle continues. The important thing to note here, is that the cycle had already been disrupted 30-40 years ago, and it was restarted (and revitalized) around 2010, so 10 years ago (under Obama, perhaps no coincidence, but that's a separate topic).

The blame should be on those who made the conversation about race again, because it makes some into victims that they then make them obnoxious to live with, and then some get tired of it and really play out the role ironically but it creates the vicious cycle. People need to STFU about race, and stop falling for the manipulative tactics that somehow that is also racist.

One mask to rule them all by Tiwaking in meme

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Have groceries delivered

dumb

Do work or go to a job that doesn't require vaccination

dumber, can we top it.....

You can drive to Middle Earth and go camping. What you cannot do is put others in danger by being around them. And refusal to take a simple, safe vaccine...

YES, yes you did it!

Opening a discussion on TQ gaslighting by CleverFoolOfEarth in LGBDropTheT

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It's also fascinating how everyone actively ignores evidence from first hand sources, like how Malcolm said in a film clip that he was a gay man or when people from the Stonewall riots said that there were no transwomen of colour (or trans in general) leading the charge.

Finally a good post on reddit. Removed, of course. by rubberbiscuit in WatchRedditDie

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Good post

One mask to rule them all by Tiwaking in meme

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who do you think pays for the massive anti-vax campaign?

nobody has to, common sense is free if you are capable of it. also, it is definitely not 'massive'. are you on the same planet as the rest of us?

morons

love shit like this!

Over half of Germans want lockdown for all – poll by fschmidt in nonmorons

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Polls like this are just tools to measure the effectiveness of their propaganda on the population.

Well at least he's got that inner confidence by jet199 in funny

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Low quality women prefer men who are indifferent to their needs.

React folder structure for enterprise level applications by before1 in programming

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are you a bot?

Omicron variant may have picked up a piece of common-cold virus | Reuters by doginventer in Coronavirus

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A grammy.

If science was never questioned.. by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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There is no "big science". Cut it out, Node.

Off-Topic and Low-Effort CW Thread for October 11, 2021 by rwkasten in CultureWarRoundup

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[Glenn Greenwald] To Deny the "Lab Leak" COVID Theory, the NYT and WPost Use Dubious and Conflicted Sources: A bizarre and abrupt reversal by scientists regarding COVID's origins, along with clear conflicts of interest, create serious doubts about their integrity. Yet major news outlets keep relying on them.

For months, that letter shaped the permissible range of debate regarding the origins of COVID. Or, more accurately, it ensured that there was no debate permitted. The Science™ concluded that COVID was a zoonotic virus that naturally leaped from non-human animal to human, and any questioning of this decree was deemed an attack on The Science™.

That Lancet letter has fallen into disrepute due to the key role in its publication played by one of its signatories, Peter Daszak of the EcoHealth Alliance. To say that Daszak had a gigantic but undisclosed conflict of interest in disseminating this narrative about the natural origins of COVID is to understate the case. Daszak had received millions of dollars in grants from the National Institute of Health (NIH) to conduct research into coronaviruses in bats, and EcoHealth awarded part of that grant to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the lab which would be the leading suspect, by far, for any COVID lab leak.

Daszak's enormous self-interest in leading the world to believe that a lab leak was impossible is obvious. It would be a likely career-ending blow to his reputation if the Wuhan laboratory to which EcoHealth had provided funding for coronavirus bat research was responsible for the escape of a virus that has killed millions of people around the world and caused enduring suffering among countless others due to lockdowns and economic shutdowns.

In July of this year, The Lancet published a new letter from the same group which signed that seminal letter in February of last year. The July 2021 letter included two fundamentally new additions. First, the language about COVID's origins was radically softened from the smug certainty of the February letter that closed debate to humble uncertainty given the lack of proof. While continuing to affirm a belief that COVID was naturally occurring (“our working view” is “that SARS-CoV-2 most likely originated in nature and not in a laboratory"), they moved far away from the definitive posture of that original letter, acknowledging that “opinions are neither data nor conclusions” and urging further investigation on what they called “the critical question we must address now": namely, “how did SARS-CoV-2 reach the human population?” In other words, after telling the world in February that any questioning of the zoonotic origin was a malicious "conspiracy theory,” they now acknowledge it is “the critical question we must now address.”

The other major change was that this July Lancet letter included what the February letter shamefully omitted: namely, the key fact that Daszak's “remuneration is paid solely in the form of a salary from EcoHealth Alliance,” and that EcoHealth had received funding from NIH to study coronaviruses in bats, and used some of that funding to support research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. This disclosed conflict of interest about Daszak was included in the new July, 2021 letter as well as a separate “addendum” called “competing interests and the origins of SARS-CoV-2.” No explanation was provided about why these "competing interests” on the part of Daszak were not disclosed in that crucial, debate-closing February letter in the The Lancet.

One mask to rule them all by Tiwaking in meme

[–]socks 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

90% would be very impressive, but it seems the % is closer to 70%. In any event, it is not a huge sacrifice to get a shot, so I have no sympathy with those who won't do it. If they lose their jobs, perhaps they weren't mentailly fit to be in them in the first place. Many jobs don't require mch personal contact with other people and thus should be more lenient regarding their vaccination policies. The higher percentage og vaccinated people supports those who are too precious to take the jab, as the general risk is reduced, no thanks to the selfish knuckle draggers who want "muh freedumb". People like this in the US shouldn't be coddled by other Americans. Civilization and society are founded on principles of civic duty, not "muh freedumbs".

One mask to rule them all by Tiwaking in meme

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Nazism is literally the cure to what we're experiencing right now. What you and this silly meme try to refer to is the Soviet Union, Bolshevism.

"Black students are being told they stink while others are being called monkeys by their White peers" by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

[–]blackpoop321 [score hidden]  (0 children)

killing themselves

As if they had enough self-awareness to go ahead with that.

When I was young I grew up in a white-only town, it was peaceful with barely any crime. One time we had one negro man, met him at the public pool, turns out he was a training for the olympics or whatnot and had quite the impressive physique but was dark as night. Me and my friends asked him "how come you're not tainting the water?"...

It made no sense to us, someone with such high pigmentation must have their pigments leak when exposed to chlorinated water... He calmly explained to us, "that's just really stuck deep in my skin, bix nood, it's not going away".

Then I moved to a larger city and soon realized that this one black man was one in a billion. Every single black person I've met outside out a chlorinated public pool had that nigger stench and propensity to crime, you could tell by their gait that they worshiped whichever prominent rapping figure that glorified crime at the time.

Wikipedia's Race & IQ article is the most dishonest literature in all of human history. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

[–]socks [score hidden]  (0 children)

The main problem is that there are unscientific approaches to maniplations of IQ data in order to push a racist agenda, by contrast to scientific and anthropological data that has shown since the early 20th century how Eugenics and these IQ studies are skewing data in the direction of favoring a master white race of some sort. Moreover, blacks often have IQs above 100, as do other groups of people. It's not that difficult to test above 100. For groups of people unfamiliar with IQ tests, it's unfair to include them in a study with people familiar with IQ tests. The approaches of the sources you mention - including Murray's bibliography of authors - are of course heavily biased against any data that does not suit their purposes, including especially all of the research and evidence since the early 20th century that Eugenics cannot address the rich variety of ethnicities in society. Look also to the logical outcomes of these discussions about IQs among one group of people. Would you plan to segregate these people, to keep them away from the higher IQ people? We know this doesn't work. Marry a white person if you want, and do not pass judgement on someone else if they marry someone who is not white. It's as simple of that. There will be no genetically pure race of people, ever. There will always be a mixture of some sort.

If science was never questioned.. by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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Still shilling for big science.

Search issues? by trident765 in FreedIt

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Alin is a pastor who was kicked out of his church for not following lockdown shit, and he does his services there.

sick!

Well at least he's got that inner confidence by jet199 in funny

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Imo, continuous ongoing orgasm produces superior results to just 'once'.

Google voluntarily de-lists The Pirate Bay by Chipit in censorship

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there's probably one somewhere. you need a T1 line and a tower/roof that gives you line of site to some customers.

White Supremacists Stage Bizarro Rally in Downtown D.C., Find Themselves Stranded by ShalomEveryone in news

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Oh man, nothing else is as trustworthy as Yahoo news! They disabled comments so that no wrongthink is being spread in their safe-space.

Andy's crush died by jet199 in fatpeoplehate

[–]Gravi 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Fat pride? More like I am about to die pride.

"Black students are being told they stink while others are being called monkeys by their White peers" by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

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I've put another link to this article because the wayback machine is overloaded today: https://archive.ph/ArVdg

In Minnesota, a 14-year-old Black girl spoke in front of a crowd to condemn a video widely shared online that she said encouraged her to take her own life. Meanwhile, a community in Utah is scrutinizing a school district after the family of a Black and autistic student said she was bullied by classmates before dying by suicide.

Wait just one second: Utah has black people???

Merry Christmas: Santa, please bring ammo — U.S. Representative Thomas Massie of Kentucky by hennaojichan in whatever

[–]Gravi 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Bang, bang bang, BANG!

Over half of Germans want lockdown for all – poll by fschmidt in nonmorons

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Either the Deutsche Leute have been brainwashed or they be really tired of much of the bs. I feel for the Germans really, but overall I do not have a grand understanding of why would they would sacrifice their freedom, oh and RT is very much propaganda in my eyes.

Amoroso Residence by Spellbreaker in buildings

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thats beautiful. id kinda like to see more of that creepy looking house to the left of it.

YAY cheese! by AmericanMuskrat in pics

[–]Gravi 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Eggs cooked in buttah and cheese is amazing, add some sossig or something and you'll have a grand breakfast, no cap! I ate 4 eggs with cheese and was fed like for much more than just regular old ass cereal that's 99% sugar and 1% bullshit. Cheese is GREAT!

The Story of The Shockmaster: Wrestling's Greatest Blooper (15 minutes) by Tiwaking in Wrestling

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it truly is one of the greatest things thats ever happened on television.

US Has Top Rate Of Single Mothers In The World by codedtestament in WorldNews

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grassfed 2 insightful - 1 fun - 3 hours ago Single mothers stink

They're a sign of poor decision making skills and a society that encourages poor decision making skills.

Two 15-year-olds, illegally vaccinated before the EUA, are dead. EVERYONE should pay attention. by zyxzevn in VaccineInjuries

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B-but these are so rare! TAKE THE VACCINE, DO NOT DARE TO ENDANGER OTHERS, CONFORM, BE A SLAVE. Ignorance is power, Freedom is Slavery, War is Peace.

The main reason why the west is doomed- low testosterone by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

[–]Gravi [score hidden]  (0 children)

Stand up, be the man you are, push, struggle, for it is what life is, a struggle to survive, to live, TO BE M A N. Eat meat, to hell with the insects, go hunting, get the best meat, go fish, get the best fish, be all the man you are. A sedentary life seems to be something we are not able to stop, possible, due to many jobs being sedentary, but balance is often key to many things, I for one walked about 3-5 hours and I felt amazing, this is what lifes happiness is, being able to enjoy such minor things. Move, do, proceed and do not fear, for there is much to learn in trying and failing, no success without failure. Never let people dictate what you should be, never let them demolish, annihilate your values, keep true to them and they shall keep true to you. LET MAN RISE ABOVE.

"Revolution In Warfare" - Israel Unveils New Scorpius Electronic Warfare System by Drewski in technology

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Disgraceful....

UNGA’s Latest Resolution Illustrates the International Community’s Complicity With Israel’s Colonial Expansion. Israel’s impunity has been crafted by the UN, in a parallel manner to how the UN facilitated Palestine’s territorial loss, Ramona Wadi writes. by Budget-song-budget in WayOfTheBern

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Article:

"Yet another non-binding UN General Assembly has passed, granting Palestinians permanent sovereignty over their natural resources, even as Israel has absolute dominion over their territory. The draft resolution, titled “Permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied Syrian Golan over their natural resources,” is a perfect example of how the UN glosses over Israel’s colonial violence by refusing to take action, preferring to enact non-binding resolutions which do nothing to protect the Palestinian people’s political rights and their territory.

The resolution demands Israel ceases its exploitation and theft of Palestinian land, while noting all other Israeli violations on Palestinian territory, such as the Apartheid Wall, settlement expansion, destruction of Palestinian infrastructure, as well as the impact of Israel weapons in Gaza. With the passing of such a detailed resolution, it would stand to reason that the UN takes measures against Israel’s colonial violence, rather than call upon Israel to halt its damage. The latter is a futile request, and the UN knows Israel will not abide by the non-binding resolution, in which case it is pertinent to ask why the international institution keeps score of each violation only to mete out some symbolic recognition of Palestinian rights which has so far failed to translate into political value for the Palestinian people.

Palestine’s Permanent Observer to the UN Riyad Mansour described the resolution as confirming the international community supporting full rights for Palestinians. Similarly the Palestinian Authority’s Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki declared that the resolution affirmed Palestinian people’s rights over their territory and called upon the UN to implement international resolutions. Which is where Palestine, as usual, will hit a dead end. The UN’s complicity in Israel’s colonial expansion is the primary reason why non-binding resolutions have taken the place of political resolution for Palestinians.

Does the UN need reminding of how it failed Palestinians since the passing of the 1947 Partition Plan? Or of how its defence of Israel’s security narrative directly ties in to the Palestinian people’s experience of loss, to the point that non-binding resolutions are necessary to remind the world that Palestinians have political rights? Only the periodic reminders mean nothing if the UN refuses to face Israel’s war crimes and international law violations.

Unfortunately, the PA has long supported this disastrous status quo, in which the gap between non-binding resolutions and Israel’s expansion is becoming irreconcilable.

EU diplomats recently visited occupied East Jerusalem, in a visit organised by the Israeli non-governmental organization Ir Amin. The NGO explained the consequences of Israel’s settlement expansion, including forced displacement and the rupture between Palestinian villages and Jerusalem, which is Israel’s next aim.

Yet, at an international level, Israel’s violations are considered separately, with barely ever a connection between one violation and its precedents. If the UN was truly against human rights violations, it would put its research to good use, as well as consistently draw attention to the fact that the earlier colonization process is ongoing.

The PA is also guilty of the same process, preferring to focus on each violation separately rather than take into account how Israel’s actions are collectively contributing to Palestine’s territorial loss.

While shedding light on the cumulative effect of Israel’s violations, the recent UNGA non-binding draft resolution holds no sway over international chastisement of Israel, let alone enforcing punitive measures. Israel’s impunity has been crafted by the UN, in a parallel manner to how the UN facilitated Palestine’s territorial loss. The resolution is no cause to celebrate; rather it is an affirmation of how the international community’s complicity resulted in these belated affirmations that do nothing to reinstate the Palestinian people’s political rights. "

Failing NYT: Cats are Spreading Disinformation by Tarrock in politics

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A good amount of his posts are complaining about "bullshit sites". It's really pathetic

out of 40 comments in 3 days from me, not a single one is about 'bullshit sites', although i do like calling them out. would you like to compare how many dumb as fuck comments youve made in 3 days compared to the overall number? which is more pathetic? hmmmm. did you just get dealt with by a black/tranny/gay/jew yet again?

One mask to rule them all by Tiwaking in meme

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And refusal to take a simple, safe vaccine is not in the slightest related to speaking up against Nazi attrocities.

You are missing the point. The point is if the 300,000+ unvaccinated decide to en masse go to jail our jail system is fucked. If they quit work, some of the industries (hello construction, nursing, police, teaching, and fire departments!) are fucked because the government cant import workers to replace them.
At the moment the country is 90% vaccinated. Expect this to drop to 70% next year.

They are going after former District Attorney Jackie Johnson in Arbery Matter, Could Face Five Years in Jail by Richard_Parker in debatealtright

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BLM and Antifa seem to be paid groups by the elite to slowly demolish us, some fall astray and thus are prosecuted, yes. They're all hypocrites and so on, honestly, the whole "woke" shenanigan thingy is just a conformist thing that they expect all of us to go by.

Richard Dawkins Dives Into the Gender Row by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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You don't even know what "gazlighiting" means. You're just repeating that word like a puppet. Only idiots call others "edge lords" when pointing out the stupidity of religion. Science isn't a "belief". Science is just science. Science can make predictions, unlike fairytales about beard people in the sky.

One mask to rule them all by Tiwaking in meme

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I would've been in the NSDAP already!

Now or Never: The Great ‘Transition’ Must Be Imposed. A new wave of restrictions, more lockdowns, and – eventually – trillions of dollars in new stimmie cheques may be in prospect. by Budget-song-budget in WayOfTheBern

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Extract from article:

"It’s a race for the U.S. and Europe, where the pandemic is back in full force across Europe, to push through their re-set agendas, before variants seize up matters with hospitals crowded with the vaccinated and non-vaccinated; with riots in the streets, and mask mandates at Christmas markets (that’s if they open at all). A big reversal was foreshadowed by this week’s news: vaccine mandates and lockdowns, even in highly vaccinated areas, are returning. And people don’t like it.

The window for the Re-Set may be fast closing. One observer, noting all the frenetic Élite activity, has asked ‘have we finally reached peak Davos?’. Is the turn to authoritarianism in Europe a sign of desperation as fears grow that the various ‘transitions’ planned under the ‘re-set’ umbrella (financial, climate, vaccine and managerial expert technocracy) may never be implemented?

Cut short rather, as spending plans are hobbled by accelerating inflation; as the climate transition fails to find traction amongst poorer states (and at home, too); as technocracy is increasingly discredited by adverse pandemic outcomes; and Modern Monetary Theory hits a wall, because – well, inflation again.

Are you paying attention yet? The great ‘transition’ is conceived as a hugely expensive shift towards renewables, and to a new digitalised, roboticised corporatism. It requires Big (inflationary) funding to be voted through, and a huge parallel (inflationary) expenditure on social support to be approved by Congress as well. The social provision is required to mollify all those who subsequently will find themselves without jobs, because of the climate ‘transition’ and the shift to a digitalised corporate sphere. But – unexpectedly for some ‘experts’ – inflation has struck – the highest statistics in 30 years.

There are powerful oligarchic interests behind the Re-Set. They do not want to see it go down, nor see the West eclipsed by its ‘competitors’. So it seems that rather than back off, they will go full throttle and try to impose compliance on their electorates: tolerate no dissidence.

A 1978 essay “The Power of the Powerless” by then dissident and future Czech President Vaclav Havel begins mockingly that, “A SPECTRE is haunting Eastern Europe: the spectre of what in the West is called ‘dissent’”. “This spectre has not appeared out of thin air. It is a natural and inevitable consequence of the present historical phase of the system it is haunting.” Well, today, as Michael Every of Rabobank notes, “the West has polarisation, mass protests, riots, talk of obligatory vaccinations in Europe, and Yanis Varoufakis arguing capitalism is already dead; and that a techno-feudalism looms”. Now, prompting even greater urgency, are the looming U.S. midterms. Trump’s return (even if confined just to Congress), would cut the legs from under BBB, and ice-up Brussels too.

It was however, precisely this tech revolution, to which Varoufakis calls attention, that both re-defined the Democrat constituency, and turned tech oligarchs into billionaires. Through algorithmically creating a magnetism of like-minded content, cascaded out to its customers, it has both smothered intellectual curiosity, and created the ‘un-informed party’, which is the today’s Managerial Class – the party of the credentialed meritocracy; the party, above all, smugly seeing themselves as the coming era’s ‘winners’ – unwilling to risk a look behind the curtain; to put their ‘safe space’ to the test.

Perversely, this cadre of professionally-corralled academics, analysts, and central bankers, all insist that they completely believe in their memes: That their techno-approach is both effective, and of benefit to humanity – oblivious to the dissenting views, swirling around them, down in the interstices of the internet.

The main function then of such memes today, whether issued by the Pharma Vaccine ‘Command’; the MMT ‘transition’ Command; the energy ‘transition’ Command; or the global managerial technocracy ‘transition’, is to draw a ‘Maginot line’ – a defensive ideological boundary, a “Great Narrative” as it were – between ‘the truth’ as defined by the ruling classes, and with that of any other ‘truth’ that contradicts their narrative. That is to say, it is about compliance.

It was well understood that all these transitions would overturn long-standing human ways of life, that are ancient and deeply rooted and trigger dissidence – which is why new forms of social ‘discipline’ would be required. (Incidentally, the EU leadership already refer to their their official mandates as ‘Commands’). Such disciplines are now being trialled in Europe – with the vaccine mandates (even though scientists are telling them that vaccines cannot be the silver bullet for which they yearn). As one high ‘lodge’ member, favouring a form of global governance notes, to make people accept such reforms, you must frighten them.

Yes, the collective of ‘transitions’ must have their ‘Big, overarching Narrative’ – however hollow, it rings (i.e. the struggle to defend democracy against authoritarianism). But it is the nature of today’s cultural-meme war that ultimately its content becomes little more than a rhetorical shell, lacking all sincerity at its core.

It serves principally, as decoration to a ‘higher order’ project: The preservation of global ‘rules of the road’, framed to reflect U.S. and allied interests, as the base from which the clutch of ‘transitions’ can be raised up into a globally managed order which preserves the Élite’s influence and command of major assets.

This politics of crafted, credentialised meme-politics is here to stay, and now is ‘everywhere’. It has long crossed the partisan divide. The wider point here – is that the mechanics of meme-mobilisation is being projected, not just in the western ‘home’ (at a micro-level), but abroad, into American ‘foreign policy’ too (i.e. at the macro-level).

And, just as in the domestic arena, where the notion of politics by suasion is lost (with vaccine mandates enforced by water-cannon, and riot police), so too, the notion of foreign policy managed through argument, or diplomacy, has been lost too.

Western foreign policy becomes less about geo-strategy, but rather is primordially focussed on the three ‘big iconic issues’ – China, Russia and Iran – that can be given an emotional ‘charge’ in order to profitably mobilise certain identified ‘constituencies’ in the U.S. domestic cultural war. All the various U.S. political strands play this game.

The aim is to ‘nudge’ domestic American psyches (and those of their allies) into mobilisation on some issue (such as more protectionism for business against Chinese competition), or alternatively, imagined darkly, in order to de-legitimise an opposition, or to justify failures. These mobilisations are geared to gaining relative domestic partisan advantage, rather than having strategic purpose.

When this credentialled meme-war took hold in the U.S., millions of people were already living a reality in which facts no longer mattered at all; where things that never happened officially, happened. And other things that obviously happened never happened: not officially, that is. Or, were “far-right extremist conspiracy theories,” “fake news,” or “disinformation,” or whatever, despite the fact that people knew that they weren’t.

Russia and China therefore face a reality in which European and U.S. élites are heading in the opposite direction to epistemological purity and well-founded argument. That is to suggest, the new ‘normal’ is about generating a lot of contradictory realities, not just contradictory ideologies, but actual mutually-exclusive ‘realities’, which could not possibly simultaneously exist … and which are intended to bemuse adversaries – and nudge them off-balance.

This is a highly risky game, for it forces a resistance stance on those targeted states – whether they seek it, or not. It underlines that politics is no more about considered strategy: It is about being willing for the U.S. to lose strategically (even militarily), in order to win politically. Which is to say gaining an ephemeral win of having prompted an favourable unconscious psychic response amongst American voters.

Russia, China, Iran are but ‘images’ prized mainly for their potential for being loaded with ‘nudge’ emotional-charge in this western cultural war, (of which these states are no part). The result is that these states become antagonists to the American presumption to define a global ‘rules of the road’ to which all must adhere.

These countries understand exactly the point of these value and rights-loaded ‘rules’. It is to force compliance on these states to acquiesce to the ‘transitions, or, to suffer isolation, boycott and sanction – in a similar way to the choices being forced on those in the West not wishing to vaccinate (i.e. no jab; no job).

This approach reflects an attempt by Team Biden to have it ‘both ways’ with these three ‘Iconic States’: To welcome compliance on ‘transition issues’, but to be adversarial over any dissidence to mounting a rules framework that can raise the ‘transitions’ from the national, to the supra-national plane.

But do the U.S. practitioners of meme-politics, absorb and comprehend that the stance by Russia-China – in riposte – is not some same-ilk counter-mobilisation done to ‘make a point’? That their vision does stand at variance with ‘the rules’? Do they see that their ‘red lines’ may indeed be ‘red lines’ literally? Is the West now so meme-addicted, it cannot any longer recognise real national interests?

This is key: When the West speaks, it is forever looking over its shoulder, at the domestic, and wider psychic impact when it is ‘making a point’ (such as practicing attacks by nuclear-capable bombers as close to Russia’s borders as they dare). And that when Russia and China say, ‘This is our Red Line’, it is no meme – they really mean it.

Question the almighty mods about changing their rules? Silence, or be banned! by BravoVictor in WatchRedditDie

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It's like the cheap ass parental response, how hilarious.

Failing NYT: Cats are Spreading Disinformation by Tarrock in politics

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Still not answering that question huh?

i dont know what question youre talking about, but im sure its dumb as fuck like always. i will gladly take it on! im sure you wont respond due to fear as usual, but lets have it.

Does TikTok prove that Idiocracy has arrived? by fschmidt in AskSaidIt

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Slaves to the same system that will destroy them...the progressive movement succeeded in keeping people away from real issues such as Talpiot, KGB and multipolar world order.

Failing NYT: Cats are Spreading Disinformation by Tarrock in politics

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Oh that sucks. Everyone is afraid to call a spade a spade

in a shocking development, u/rob3122 completely fails to understand what hes even posting about.

Wikipedia's Race & IQ article is the most dishonest literature in all of human history. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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There are many sources on the approaches to IQ tests, but none that I know go the extra step and claim that a higher IQ is always a prediction of life outcomes,

You have one now.

See Table 1. IQ is better predictor of education, occupation and income than parental SES is. [1]

And IQ test scores are not traditionally the "driving force in racial inequality."

They are. Controlling for IQ eliminates racial gap in incomes, graduation rates and occupational status. In other words, if blacks had IQ of 100 there would be no racial gap in these three life outcomes. [1]

Regarding Murray's book, read this and other helpful reviews at Amazon:

In what way is it helpful? I only linked that book because I didn't want to bother looking for 10 different studies on cluster analysis. You can go straight to the bibliography if you don't like the book.

Microsoft wants to use Ethereum blockchain to fight piracy by [deleted] in piracy

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Who knows....

Failing NYT: Cats are Spreading Disinformation by Tarrock in politics

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It's not bullshit though.

https://archive.md/VcdR0

im not disputing that part, im pointing out the shittiness of that joke of a site.

Microsoft wants to use Ethereum blockchain to fight piracy by [deleted] in piracy

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Is this for real or what? These guys are clearly out of touch...

Failing NYT: Cats are Spreading Disinformation by Tarrock in politics

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It's funny cause he used monkey emojis because mawhatever is a jogger

for reference here, u/rob3122 gets frustrated because he has gotten embarrassed many times by myself, and he cannot figure out what race i am.

NATO Takes Another Beating as EU Adopts Controversial Paper Which Undermines It. A sort-of EU army is in the making, or at least on paper in Brussels. It’s radical in that it would probably not involve Germany so therefore leaving France at the helm. But who’s going to pay for it? by Budget-song-budget in WayOfTheBern

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Article:

"At the end of November, a draft proposal which sketched out a plan for an EU army entered the sphincter of the EU’s decision-making process, which, strangely didn’t cause much of a stir. Opaque and lacking concrete answers for major questions which have plagued the EU army idea for decades, the paper is both controversial and interesting.

Former Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb believes that Brussels’ renewed enthusiasm for security is “timely, important and realistic. The U.S. is not going to back up European security forever.”

If this is an accurate appraisal of the situation, then one could attribute the move as one born from Biden’s Afghanistan blunder which angered many EU leaders. And yet, Stub’s follow-up comment is alarming as it outlines that there is a worrying level of universal paranoia which goes beyond merely rogue states (which the EU failed to influence in any way, regardless such as Syria).

He says that if Europe is to get serious about protecting itself “it needs to understand that the line between war and peace is blurred … soft power has been weaponized and become hard power. We see that with asylum-seekers being used as weapons. We see with information, trade, energy and vaccines being used as weapons.”

And so the EU feels that its under fire on all levels, from all sides and needs a quick fix. The recent events which have unfolded on the Belarus-Polish border, combined with Russia’s troop build-up and Ukraine’s panicky beliefs that Putin will invade, the EU sees itself as useless, ineffective and doesn’t see its relations with NATO as solid enough that the defence organisation can be put to any good use to calm the tensions. Much worse for the EU is when individual, old Europe countries step forward and offer to send troops to the region while Brussels frets over the implications of Georgia or Moldovia joining NATO one day. It’s very much about “be careful what you wish for” but in the case of the EU, its latest plan is really more of a political ruse to send a message to both EU member states and to NATO that “something has to be done” in Ukraine and Belarus to tip the scales away from Putin and more towards the West.

But it isn’t going to happen. NATO may well support Ukraine’s so-called sovereignty but it also provokes Putin towards a military option.

What may well emerge from the EU paper is that France takes the lead role for an informal EU army, with a few member states joining, perhaps even the UK, which will used to police the edge of Europe’s borders but not for anything remotely looking like a confrontation with Russia. The numbers are just not there and there is too much anxiety from some EU member states who fret that NATO will be side lined if such an organisation ever got off the ground while others are more gung-ho but no one has the faintest idea how this plan would be funded. The paper suggests bigger budget which gives the reader the confirmation that whoever wrote it, is living in cloud cuckoo land and doesn’t have a realistic grasp of the political dynamics on a member state level. No one wants to pay more money into the EU pot as this “we don’t know how to fix it but let’s try more money” typical Brussels way of thinking has lost its credibility.

Military spending on any level is hugely expensive. If the authors of such a paper haven’t worked out how to fund such a military outfit, let alone who would run it (not the EU itself), then we can assume that like a lot of papers which work their way through the debating chambers in the windowless corridors of the EU, there’s still a lot of work required to move beyond the ubiquitous agreement that everyone’s pissed off with Russia. But none of us have the first clue as to what to do about it. And even if the solution was a military one, how do you do that on a shoestring budget which just pays for the shiny business cards and the exclusive address in Brussels. If we look at the EU’s diplomatic corps – a farcical organisation which spends over a billion dollars a year funding over 120 “ambassadors” which fails stupendously to fly the EU flag around the world – then we have a clue as to what any such army might achieve. Expect much more chaff from the EU talk machine. But don’t hold your breath if you are expecting EU armbands on the arms of soldiers heading East. That’s just the stuff dreams are made of. "

This Is How the Russia-Ukraine War Will Unfold. Strategic Culture obtained details of this secret plan to present them in this exclusive infographic. by Budget-song-budget in WayOfTheBern

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Russian troop movements earlier this year have prompted speculation that Moscow might consider a military attack on the neighboring Ukraine. Head of the Ukrainian military intelligence announced the date of the Russian offensive, saying it will take place in late January 2022.

https://www.strategic-culture.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/inf63.jpg

Hello. :3 by m68k in ArenaFPS

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Heya! I don't play a lot of AFPS these days, but I still boot up Quake Champions from time to time. What are some of your favorite shooters, and are there any upcoming ones you're looking forward to?

Question the almighty mods about changing their rules? Silence, or be banned! by BravoVictor in WatchRedditDie

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Communities.win doesn't have as many suffering from TDS+.

Let's Decentralize by CompleteDoubterII in DecentralizeAllThings

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Great resource, thanks for sharing!

A mysterious threat actor is running hundreds of malicious Tor relays by Drewski in Security

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WOW. Time to start running our own nodes, guys.

Andy's crush died by jet199 in fatpeoplehate

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That face she is pulling in the first pic is the German rapper face.

The Best 'Journalist' Israeli Intelligence could buy by Jesus in politics

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Aw, shit. I guess it's better for him than being flayed alive, right? Or sacrificed to Baal?

Google voluntarily de-lists The Pirate Bay by Chipit in censorship

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How? Any tutorial on how to do this?

It could be a 2022 project for me

Joe Biden’s made-up stories and manner raise serious questions about his mental health by cottoneyejoe in politics

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Anyone who's witnessed a family member deteriorate from Alzheimer's or dementia can easily recognize the same mannerisms in Joe Biden, especially compared to clips of him from just a few years ago.

Barriers torn down in front of vaccinated only market in Luxembourg while crowd shouts "Liberté!" by Drewski in pushback

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give me mulled wine or give me death

Well at least he's got that inner confidence by jet199 in funny

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Bigger redpill

Barriers torn down in front of vaccinated only market in Luxembourg while crowd shouts "Liberté!" by Drewski in pushback

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Americans bot is proud, we are doing exactly what that bot wants

Wikipedia's Race & IQ article is the most dishonest literature in all of human history. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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There are many sources on the approaches to IQ tests, but none that I know go the extra step and claim that a higher IQ is always a prediction of life outcomes,

IQ is a self-fulling prophecy.

The idea that the dumbest people on Earth have the exact same potential as the smartest is not founded in any reality. Once again, look at career requirements. What do jobs like Astronauts, CEO, Engineers, Fighter Pilots, Judges have in common? They are heavily curated to select only those with either above average academic skills, or an extremely long amount of experience and history in the workforce.

It's banal to treat IQ or Intelligence with such extreme rigidity that just because it's not 100% going to give a predicative answer, that somehow Intelligence simply has no purpose at all. In this thread, someone asked me if Asian IQ has been consistent these past 100 years. I showed them that yes, a country like Japan has always had above average IQ and it correlates well with how successful the country has been doing up until now. That does not mean that "Oh Japanese people can never make mistakes". That's just being fucking dishonest. But it still stands as sheer proof that it's better to have a certified smart society as oppossed to a dumb one if you actually intend to be competitive in the world.

That is exactly what other third world non-white countries suffer from. If they had the same IQ as Japan, then it's 99% guaranteed they would begin to develop much faster and even be seen as leaders in this world. But extreme Left-wing denial of IQ has ironically, doomed these countries forever. Instead of teaching IQ, they rather teach "it's all colonialism's/ white man's fault" and as a result, the third world remains a failure to this day. Nobody can dispute this fact.

The answer is rather simple: there are too many ethnicities to group into specific biological groups. Racism has been and will be remain a social construct, not founded in biological evidence.

Jared Taylor has spent his entire life showing the blatant hypocrisies that calling race a "social construct" looks wrong when the entire world only demands vengeance and hatred against people of obvious European origin. If it was a construct...

-Why are U.S based slavery reparations aimed at Blacks and not everyone? And why only obvious Europeans are the source of this payment?

-Affirmative action programs. Again, they all make it clear that the entire White race are denied these benefits.

-Native Indian land access. You cannot enter some of these territories without presenting proof of a DNA test.

-There is specifically drug medication that is aimed and marketed at Black as opposed to Whites.

The list goes on. If race is a social construct, Liberals are blatant liars since they deny Whites equal access to what is suppose to be "made up". Instead, they've gone the extra mile to say "ok guys, Asians, Blacks and Hispanics are real and they suffer from systematic racism" but when you ask do people who have European blood in them experience the same thing the answer we get is "no".

Final Version Christianity blog by Cornfed in Christianity

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There is a difference between helping out in various ways and being leaders and priests. Paul was clear on this. See for example 1 Corinthians 14:33-35 and 1 Timothy 2.

Richard Dawkins Dives Into the Gender Row by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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W/E dude, that has nothing to do with nothing. Stop. Gaslighting. And stop arguing points I never made.

"Black students are being told they stink while others are being called monkeys by their White peers" by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

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You had it good, late elementary through middle school was where I witnessed the most vicious bullying. In high school everyone got on pretty well aside from a few passive-aggressive wahmen but I’ve seen outcasts reduced to tears in the center of a classroom as a boy.

The main reason why the west is doomed- low testosterone by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Muh testosterone, muh violent instincts.

Please.

What u said about Westerners not having the balls to stand and fight applies only to rightwingers though. The lefty Europeans and white Americans are as vigorous as they ever were and willing to go to great lengths to crush their 'racist' opponents by any means necessary — I mean, if the white leftists manage to get shit done using media/courts/Antifa soldiers/etc thus proving that they have balls as hard as their ancestors', the rightoids got only themselves to blame for being dumb enough to cede control of vital institutions and being too comfortable with their lives and careers to fight for their cause.


Just to address a few of your points:

You can see this in historical societies. Even in high trust European societies, there used to be a lot of duels, blood feuds, political violence, assassinations, riots, and street fighting. Men with T levels would simply go out and do something if they felt oppressed or wronged.

Absolutely, pal. When lefty Chads — and the vast majority of Westerners are left-leaning on the 'woke' topics — feel that they or their PoC friends are oppressed, they joyfully engage in political violence and riots along with their allies. You haven't forgotten about the hot summer of St. George of Minneapolis, have you? Lefty white bulls comprised a very significant share of the rioters; in fact, in many cities the rioters were majority white.

And mind you, the battles back then would lead to 100,000 casualties in the space of a month. In contrast, countries today are scared shitless of losing a thousand men in one month.

Yeah, how dare the modern Westerners care about their soldiers dying in thousands in the peaceful times, especially now that the militaries are much smaller and more professional than they used to be.

As we saw in Belarus, China, Myanmar, Venezuela, and many other countries, it's increasingly becoming impossible to topple a government.

Maybe it's beacuse the vast majority of population of those countries are more or less okay with their governments?

You're forgetting that in Europe, as recently as 2014, the Ukrainians managed to overthrow the Russia-backed government — this is what happens when people are genuinely dissatisfied with their elites.

A secondary reason for the cowardly male phenomenon IMO is feminized liberal culture. In the modern materialistic liberal culture, violence is seen as the ultimate evil. It is evil incarnate and is never justified. Peace is seen as an unconditional good that is to be attained at any price.

Funny, I thought that those 'nasty liberals' believe violence is justified if it advances their causes, e.g. widespread media support for 2020 racial justice riots.

Will Ethiopia Become Biden’s Libya 2.0 or a Driver for an African Renaissance? The situation in Ethiopia is rather simple to understand as long as you don’t believe western media spin doctors, Matthew Ehret writes. by Budget-song-budget in WayOfTheBern

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" On November 23, a zoom conference call involving American, British and Finish and French diplomats went public, having been filmed and leaked by an unnamed participant. What made this zoom call relevant is that the topic of the call dealt with the need for regime change in Ethiopia, and the main speaker of the call was Berhane Gebre-Christos, former Ethiopian Foreign Minister (2010-2012) and now spokesman of the Tigray Peoples’ Liberation Movement. The call itself was hosted by the Peace and Development Center International which is a cardboard cut-out operation partnered with the National Endowment for Democracy and USAID (both proven CIA fronts) and set up days before the Tigray Peoples Liberation Front attacked Ethiopian government’s northern command on November 3, 2020 which launched a year of armed atrocities.

Featured among the participants of the conference call were none other than Vicki Huddleson (former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs), Donald Yamamoto (former U.S. Ambassador to Somalia), Tim Clark (former EU ambassador to Ethiopia), Robert Dewar (former British Ambassador to Ethiopia) and a plethora of other rules-based orderistas. The point driven home is the need to force international pressure on the current Ethiopian government of Ahmed Abiy to treat the foreign supported insurgency of the TPLF as a legitimate group in arranging a restructured Ethiopian government OR simply depose of Abiy directly by all means necessary.

Despite the fact that the TPLF have been found complicit in trying to stage a civil war in Ethiopia and also having been caught using child soldiers, and using terrorism, the same Obama-era team running the Biden administration that carved up Sudan and brought about the humanitarian destruction of Libya and Syria have continued to give support to the rebels. Over the past months this has taken the form of sanctions, the cancelling of civilian loan programs affecting millions of lives, and consistently demanding Addis Ababa treats the rebels as a legitimate power broker.

Why the Regime Change Effort in Ethiopia?

The situation in Ethiopia is rather simple to understand as long as you don’t believe western media spin doctors.

For one, Ethiopia is the only nation of all sub-Saharan Africa to have successfully resisted colonization. Ethiopia is thus also among the economically most sovereign nations of Africa, capable of emitting sovereign bonds for large scale infrastructure projects (which it has done since 2011 to build the Grand Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile) and also one of the nations most interested in working closely with China and the emerging Belt and Road Initiative.

In recent years, Ethiopia has also resisted pressure to bend to the depopulation lobby which exerts vast influence across Washington, Brussels and London.

It hasn’t merely said no to depopulation regimes, but has driven forward with the construction of the largest infrastructure project seen on this continent for generations: the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). Once completed this dam will generate over 6200 megawatts (mW) of electricity for not only its own 118 million people, but for all of the Horn of Africa which currently represents 255 million souls. Most importantly, this dam, the largest in Africa’s history, will become a driver for industrial development for the entire continent, providing electricity for all residents and establishing a successful model for other nations across Africa to follow. With the growth of the multipolar order led by China’s successful win-win model of cooperation, idea of “managing poverty” in Africa is quickly becoming superseded by the higher drive to end poverty through industrial progress. This sentiment was loudly conveyed by leaders of the global south amidst the fanatical drive to impose de-carbonization regimes onto the entire globe during COP26.

Ethiopia has been one of the closest friends to China, which has provided expert training, funding and diplomatic assistance to Addis Ababa in recent years (which is an active member of the Belt and Road Initiative). Among the top Chinese-sponsored projects is the 756 km Addis Ababa- Djibouti standard gauge railway which has connected the landlocked Ethiopia with its Red Sea neighbor and driven home new industrial corridors that the World Bank had never permitted in the nation........ "

"Having failed to break the Belt and Road Initiative’s growth within the center of Mackinder’s World Island with Russia stopping the regime change operation in Syria during the dark years of Obama, and now China extending a powerful vision of east-west development corridors through the Middle East, the same bag of tricks has been deployed to Ethiopia using rebel fighters from the Horn of Africa.

The TPLF: More Terror and Less Rebel

The Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (now renamed the Tigray Defense Forces) are not a “democratic peoples’ movement” as western propaganda portrays.

In fact, this group has been caught conducting mass atrocities across occupied cities like Mai Kadra and Lalibela, broken cease fire treaties, using child soldiers and working closely with foreign Anglo-American interests in pushing regime change in Ethiopia as the leaked Zoom conference call demonstrates. Anyone doubting these claims need only read the rigorously compiled essays produced by one of the most competent investigative journalists Jeff Pearce living in Ethiopia whose articles can be found here.

In fact, only one month ago, on November 5, the TPLF announced a new “United Front of Ethiopian Federalist and Confederalist Forces” at the National Press Club in… Washington D.C.! This new insurgency group has attempted to link as many ethnic minority interests of Ethiopia together under one umbrella organization in order to project a semblance of legitimacy to this obviously undemocratic operation. The group’s press release stated: “This united front is being formed in response to the scores of crises facing the country; to reverse the harmful effects of the Abiy Ahmed rule on the peoples of Ethiopia and beyond; and in recognition of the great need to collaborate and join forces towards a safe transition in the country.”

"The Danger of Libya 2.0

If this fails, as it will, the greater danger waiting in the wings, is that the trans Atlantic population will be so confused and misinformed about the nature of the Ethiopian crisis that they will give their consent to a U.S.-led attack onto the nation, as was done in Afghanistan and Iraq in the wake of 9/11. In a November 9, 2021 Bloomberg op ed former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, James Stavridis called for American-led forces to intervene into the civil war both “to counter Chinese influence” and avoid a new Rwandan-style massacre from occurring.

African analyst Lawrence Freeman, recently echoed this danger eloquently in an interview with the Addis Media Network on November 18 saying:

“The enemies of Ethiopia will use humanitarian concerns as an excuse to potentially deploy military forces under the pretext of protecting the Ethiopian people from their own government. This doctrine, known as R2P-the responsibility to protect- was created by George Soros and Tony Blair. Samantha Power and others in the Obama administration used R2P to justify the overthrow of President Kaddafi and the destruction of Libya.”

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I wonder what the next variant will pick up.

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If I ever buy one I have a roll of black electrical tape I have been using since the 1980's. The first time I used it was to cover up the blinking LEDs on my VCR. It covers about a half dozen device cameras and lights today.

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Kamala has to go first so they can bring in Hilary as VP before Biden "retires".

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Her offense was being poor and dirty. She also didn't have a telephone. Some kids didn't have a telephone back then but we did.

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The theory going round is that omicron evolved from the common cold in contract with covid-19, not the other way round.

This would explain the zero deaths.

Covid is over, whether they like it or not.

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The ones where she's "posting her tummy on main", she's got a nice figure. I love hips on a woman!

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I mean for sake, the girl looks underaged.

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You would think that trans people would be particularly horrified that this was the state of 'trans medicine', but no, they seem to be rallying behind him. They're all about lowering the bar if it gets them access to what they want.

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I remember elementary school and the dirty girl that stank. This was before black kids went to school with us so she was the closest thing we had to a nigra also known as poor white trash. The cuter richer girls were unmerciful to her. I remember her name to this day but not their names.

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How do they survive the day?