Is Your Child a Far Right Extremist? by Jacinda in memes

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Oh fuck. I've got 5 out of the 7. I need to seek help!/s

NBA Player Andrew Bogut: "I was offered money to promote lockdowns." by x0x7 in videos

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Wow. Takes real guts to not only refuse, but to then post a video talking about it.

Saidit.net Canary #20 by magnora7 in SaiditCanary

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I think the appropriate response is continue onward as if the canary is dead. Would definitely be safer that way.

Why is the United States So Polarized? by [deleted] in politics

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The majority of discourse happens digitally.

Separating different groups into their own echo-chamber (this site and reddit, twitter and gab) and then add politicians lying about the other side that can't defend itself because it's on a different platform... and then everybody goes crazy as they enter their own make believe fantasy world.

Which religions let one hate people? by fschmidt in AskSaidIt

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Christianity says hate the sin not the sinner.

Amazing how so many Christians ignore that part.

Edit: It would appear I stepped on a hornets nest. lol.

You guys are all pseudo-conspiracy theorists, trying to look cool.. It's kind of pathetic. Just by driving alone, I INFORM the public on a daily basis.. what do YOU do? by [deleted] in conspiracy

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How soon before this is reposted to reddit again and ends up on the front page?

There's no point in getting caught up into trying to convince people about the corruption going on, instead we should focus most of our energy in changing the system. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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This... could actually be a genius idea.

When I asked them, "Why the Moon? Why not use the relay itself?" He posted this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vxfk5eWlbQo

In theory, a cheap $1m server in orbit could be used for 5 years before eventually burning up, but the problem is that the government can destroy it with ease. By having the main server around the moon it prevents the main system from being threatened, while allowing for other actors with the money to launch their own relays in orbit forcing all relays to be removed for the connection to be lost.

All we need is one rich person willing to take the fall. Life in prison is a lot to ask from a multi-millionaire. Even more so when you consider that 5 year operational window.

Fully vaccinated will be allowed to leave their homes for one hour of recreation time per day. by sirbigdonkey in politics

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Seeing this makes me feel so thankful that I was born in a country that has 2A and states that aren't all the same.

It's so depressing to see the number of people complying with this madness.

There's no point in getting caught up into trying to convince people about the corruption going on, instead we should focus most of our energy in changing the system. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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The silver bullet required to magically fix our problems needs 2 impossible things.

1) A method of communication that can't be censored with the option to be anonymous

2) that is accessible through extremely simply user controls.

So far nobody's been able to figure out a way to do both. If it's simple enough for the public to use it (the people we are trying to reach) then there's always human-moderated control that will censor information. If the information is impossible to censor (through encryption or other means) it is always behind a complex wall of techno-babble that must be understood... and as science has shown, the average person is not going to get a 4 year degree in computer science for the singular purpose of type to people.

People say "blockchain" but no matter how much they scream from the rooftops... Bitcoin could still be disabled through a 51% attack with a $5b computer. It only exists because it's too expensive for any one government to shut down on their own. If a messaging program was created that was "Reddit, but the front page is impossible to censor" every country on Earth would pool together their resources to shut it down.

Funniest idea I've heard was launching a server into orbit around the moon, followed by launching a relay into Earth orbit, and then use Starlink dishes to receive and transmit the data. It would totally work, but nobody is going to spend the $8m to create "free-speech Internet 2.0" only to end up instantly in jail when they admit they can't shut it down. This fantasy also ignores the $1m upkeep cost of launching a new relay into Earth's orbit every 5 years.

Jokes aside, a more realistic approach would be to fix public schools. Bring back the scientific method. Teach kids to use it. To question everything. Stop punishing them for asking why a rule exists or why another student was punished when another was not. Any teacher that says, "Because I said so." or "Because those are the rules." should be automatically fired. Introduce a jury and trial system into schools instead of the current B.S. "Punish them both" arbitrary system. Show kids how laws and investigations work in a safe environment. The majority of people in jail confess because they were manipulated by cops who pretended to be their friends and lied to their faces. Have a child experience that so they know what to expect. Games like Tank Turn Tactics should be mandatory to play in elementary school to teach young kids how the real world outside of school is going to be. Giving a kid a textbook, telling them to memorize it, and lying to their face that their problems will go away with a degree and job they hate won't work forever. Lots of people have grown up achieving the academic goals set before them only to be surprised when someone cheats them out of a raise or gets HR to fire them for no reason. All the book knowledge in the world means nothing without an understanding of how to apply it.

Apologies for being pessimistic, but I think the war of public persuasion might already be lost if we are unable to speak freely online. It is the generation growing up in this nightmare that need are help the most right now.

Democrat Sinema Just Turned On Biden And Her Party – She Puts Her Foot Down Refuses To Back Their $3.5T Spending Package - by Magawillrise in news

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Somebody must've forgot to give her the weekly bribe that everybody else got.

Even spez is getting sick of the powermods' tantrums demanding megacensorship. This should not be possible, but they did it. by Vulptex in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Dissent is a part of Reddit and the foundation of democracy. Reddit is a place for open and authentic discussion and debate. This includes conversations that question or disagree with popular consensus. This includes conversations that criticize those that disagree with the majority opinion.

Oh wow. That sounds nice-

This includes protests that criticize or object to our decisions on which communities to ban from the platform.

Bull-fucking-shit it does.

However, manipulating or cheating Reddit to amplify any particular viewpoint is against our policies, and we will continue to action communities that do so or that violate any of our other rules,

That is the politest "Go fuck yourselves, peasants. Now go back to your room before we ground you." I have ever seen.

"Manipulating or cheating reddit to amplify"

Voting. You know, the "democracy" you were glorifying 3 paragraphs earlier? omfg the pure ego oozing from this fucking reddit post.

The sad part that hurts the most is that none of these mods are willing to stand up and continue the fight because they don't want their tiny fiefdom taken away. They're pro-censorship until they, themselves, are threatened with it and then suddenly their attention turns to something else to burn.

Communist Biden regime plans to put “antivaxxers” on “no gun list” so Americans can’t defend themselves from CDC internment camps by scata90x in news

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I can't speak for the money side of things, but

How do you move half the population without them fighting back.

According to Germany you just have to make sure they are disarmed.

And then ask them very nicely to get on the train.

cause that is what they will have to do. Thing is the anti-vaxxers will

In the states where the majority have guns? Sure. In the states where getting gun takes 3 years if you're lucky? People are going to flee in their cars by the millions to other states.

It all depends on how slowly things happen. Normalization takes time.

The second guns are gone we're all fucked. That's what I'm worried about at this rate. Militia's aren't going to do shit to save us. Every single one of them is full of feds.

Communist Biden regime plans to put “antivaxxers” on “no gun list” so Americans can’t defend themselves from CDC internment camps by scata90x in news

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New Jersey – -(AmmoLand.com)- In this episode Gun Lawyer Evan Nappen puts the two pieces together and explains their plan. Both parts are being separately promoted by Obama apparatchiks, Rahm Emanuel & Juliette Kayyem

1) HR 4980 has been filed in the Congress to put all unvaccinated persons on the No Fly List. 2) The No Fly, No Buy, Gun Control law has been bouncing around since 2018 and has Bipartisan support. That’s how they plan to do it.

Well that is absolutely terrifying.

Over 800,000 Servicemen Face Court Martial For Not Getting Mandatory Vaccine by TheJamesRocket in politics

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Will admit, I am surprised by such a large number.

On the other hand... this doesn't really mean anything unless a war breaks out. Of those 800,000 how many are seriously willing to accept the consequences of saying no?

Reddit 2021 Distilled in one post by metafilter_sucks in MeanwhileOnReddit

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And 2020.

And 2022.

And 2023...

People would be wearing shoes on their hands if the government told them to.

Ouch. Xinhua News scores one. by Chipit in memes

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Wonder if that number takes into account the number of totally-not-mercenaries that the u.s. paid.

Has this site been hacked? by dragon1 in whatever

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This is what happened to voat.

rip saidit.

A boy looking for some Freedom of Internet by SatanSlayer in Introductions

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He said he was looking for freedom, not 4chan.

ABC News accidentally cut to a random Satanic ritual by Questionable in whatever

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Hours After Joe Biden Botches Afghanistan Pullout – The President’s Approval Rating Moves To A Fresh Low - by Magawillrise in WorldPolitics

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The question now becomes: will anybody care about this in 2024?

Vaccine is by goddesu in memes

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Novavax vaccine will be interesting. It's not mRNA. People are saying it will be safer than the previous vaccines. At the very least, the side effects will be interesting to see.

NASDAQ now requires every company listed on its exchange to have a female and a nonwhite or gay person on its board. by scrubking in politics

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have been made

They will eventually, but that is currently not the case. There is still the chance that crypto becomes demonized (the sheep are told it's "unpatriotic") and massive bans would be put in place.

Leaked report reveals Moderna COVID vaccine caused 300,000 vaccine injuries in three-month time span, hidden from VAERS by Questionable in news

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I can't wait to see what the Novavax vaccine does. Theoretically, it's supposed to be safer than the previous vaccines. Hopefully we'll get more info soon.

FLASH: Texas Supreme Court Allows for Arrest of Democrats by skeech in politics

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I'm not even asking for something that extreme.

I just want them to be held to the same laws normal people have to follow. It's crazy that these people are immune.

FLASH: Texas Supreme Court Allows for Arrest of Democrats by skeech in politics

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Until I see someone actually in handcuffs (so the picture can be plastered all over the internet) my indifference remains.

Even if by some miracle charges are brought, it's going to be lowered down to a $100 fine or picking up trash for a day. None of them will see the inside of a cell.

I don't know why people are so keen to put the details of their private life in public; they forget that invisibility is a superpower. Banksy by [deleted] in quotes

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entry to virtual prostitution

lmao. Telling internet strangers when you go on vacation and showing random pictures of food isn't as extreme as you make it sound. I was talking about stuff like youtube, reddit, twitter, facebook. Not onlyfans.

no uphill battles to climb.

Every time somebody tells me, "Hey, I couldn't find you on facebook." and I reply with, "I don't do social media." Every person has given me the same shocked look of confusion like there's something wrong with me. It's really creepy when your boss asks you for your account details to check if they comply with company policy and then threatening to fire you if they find out you lied about not having one. The barrier to entry is zero, but the peer pressure is real.

I don't know why people are so keen to put the details of their private life in public; they forget that invisibility is a superpower. Banksy by [deleted] in quotes

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While I have no doubt that many narcissists flaunt themselves, I don't think the average person is sharing their life story out of ego. When everyone is doing it those who hold back are considered the weirdos. The urge to fit in is strong for the youth. Add 10 years of habit and it becomes normal to those involved.

I don't know why people are so keen to put the details of their private life in public; they forget that invisibility is a superpower. Banksy by [deleted] in quotes

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Indoctrination: Children as young as 10 are getting social media accounts.

Normalization: Everybody else has it, including your friends, and if you don't then you're out of the loop.

Gamification: A point scoring system is built in to promote good behavior, using it more triggers the pleasure center in the brain from the higher numbers, and the punishment from bad behavior is enforced by your own social circle that also use the platform.

Children aren't taught strategy or tactics anymore. They want the attention their two working parents never provided them. Social media became the perfect way to fill the void with the illusion of being noticed by their peers.

I want magnora7 back by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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Which would definitely explain the lack of activity on the site. Door kicked in. Panic button pressed. Couldn't give the password to even himself now if he wanted to.

That would be the best case scenario... although you would think that such a thing would also shut down saidit in a way to prevent it from going back online.

This is all assuming 7 is some magnificent admin with paranoia bordering on precognition.

I want magnora7 back by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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under the control of most likely chinese military..

Partial control. If it was complete Taiwan would be a non-issue right now. The chinese need more than the dems to gain complete control. If a false flag happens where "Taiwan randomly attack chinese fishing ship! Now there's war!" then I'd be more willing to think the chinese aren't afraid of the u.s.

I want magnora7 back by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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he couldn't even hand them over.

Unless these are massive server size computers not worth the gas money to move, there would still be very little reason to not bring the device containing the passwords to a more secure location instead of occupying this dudes house for several months.

(I'm assuming you're talking about the type of passwords stuck to a physical device)

Most people faced with bs charges are going to be forced to cooperate and the silence we've received is definitely a canary in the coal mine.

I want magnora7 back by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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sitting in m7's home

With all of the admin powers they wouldn't need to be physically at their home to run an account.

suspected of being an agent for interpol.

wtf happened to get the intention of interpol? lmao

I want magnora7 back by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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Nope. None that I'm aware of. I think it's safe to assume that this website has been compromised.

How much money does it take to run this site vs. how much money do we as users pay to this site...

I want magnora7 back by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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Probably because the feds wanted an easier time identifying crazy users.

The fact 7 didn't leave so much as a goodbye note just screams "Feds Я Us" and that him leaving the site was part of a deal.

Home Depot plans to foil shoplifters with power tools that won't work if they're stolen by thefirststone in whatever

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It will be interesting to see how one of the fattest counties on earth, that slowly eats itself to death as a competitive pastime, reacts to a food shortage.

Game wardens are going to live like kings when the farms slow down.

Home Depot plans to foil shoplifters with power tools that won't work if they're stolen by thefirststone in whatever

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That's why you've got your State Issued Tools for work and the jailbroken ones you have to keep hidden in the floorboards with the illegal books./s

It's crazy how the world is slowly inching its way towards this and so few people are willing to consider the damage this will cause tomorrow.

Home Depot plans to foil shoplifters with power tools that won't work if they're stolen by thefirststone in whatever

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Hadn't even thought of that.

There's really nothing to stop trolls from driving past workers and shutting down equipment. Because the bluetooth is intended to be a security feature there's no physical way of enabling or disabling it externally. They would need an in-store device to wireless fix the problem.

Home Depot plans to foil shoplifters with power tools that won't work if they're stolen by thefirststone in whatever

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Reminds me a little of how some communist countries make everything illegal, and then only enforce the law to remove competitors.

It's ridiculous that they think simply adding a wire or rope around the product will scare away customers. The dude buying a chainsaw, that deals with the idea of being crushed to death on a daily basis as a lumberjack, will not care in the slightest if they have to ask an employee to take a rope off. The target customer for Home Depot are people buying construction equipment, hammers, nails, balancing on a ladder to paint, and lots of stuff that could cause injury. I highly doubt their light bulb department is the thing keeping them afloat.

There's no way installing bluetooth is the cheaper option compared simply tying stuff down. This feels like somebody high up in the company has a brother that works in a chip factory making bluetooth and saw an opportunity to make some extra bucks.

Home Depot plans to foil shoplifters with power tools that won't work if they're stolen by thefirststone in whatever

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power tools that won't work unless they're properly scanned and activated at the register via Bluetooth technology. If a thief managed to smuggle a power drill out of the store without paying, the drill simply wouldn't turn on.

Effort and Cost.

While this will stop most shop lifters it won't stop them from selling them online at a discount to people smart enough to bypass the on/off switch.

I do find it a little funny how they say this is their best solution that avoids hurting their brand.

Defects will happen. A tired a employee won't scan it right. Now there's a person on the job trying to use a tool that won't turn on. He makes a post online about it. Other people chime in with similar experiences. Other brands are recommended. Then somebody will post a youtube tutorial about which wire to disconnect to bypass the bluetooth. That video gets removed for "piracy" or some made up reason.

Sounds more and more like John Dear hell every day.

Can't wait for the anti-right-to-repair people to start screaming when customers start taking their broken power tools to someone like Louis Rossmann who can "fix" their tools for $5, instead of going back to the store to have it be turned on.

I'd rather pay $5 to have the bluetooth safeguard removed at a small tech shop than disabled at the store who couldn't do it right the first time.

And all of this because the store doesn't want to hurt their brand image by tying things down ffs.

Trump Aide Unloads Impeachment Charge On Biden – Joe’s Offense At The Southern Border Is Impeachable, Says Stephen Miller - by DonaldTrump2024 in politics

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https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-resolution/57/text

They're never gonna impeach the guy. Republicans don't have the balls to go through with it, even if they did have the votes.

r/lgbt - "I am so sorry that lesbian you sprung a dick on when the clothes came off didn't validate you! How dare she!" by Chipit in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I'm gonna preface this by saying: idgaf if somebody is trans or whatever else. That's not what I've got a problem with when reading this.

This is:

date this year with a lesbian.

Then down below in the comments they say,

I recognize that some people have preferences,

Obviously, this person does not recognize that.

This person is just an asshole and an embarrassment to their own community. These are the people that give all the others a bad name and the way that some people on that reddit post are refusing to acknowledge anything wrong occurred is precisely the reason why a growing number of people think that community is full of toxic weirdos.

It's almost as if it wasn't about the vaccine... by JasonCarswell in memes

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And this is why I don't care if the virus is real.

It doesn't matter if the virus is real. Even if it's not (I think it's real) the governments around the world are using it as the perfect opportunity to see how much they can get away with.

They need to identify who obeys and who hesitates. Even if you do get the vaccine, that's not the most valuable data for them. How long did it take someone to get it? It's in your medical file. The exact date and time you received it. If they can figure out the speed of obedience in relation to those who disobey, they can use that to model high-threat areas, and estimate how much more bullshit certain areas can take.

This is just feels like a trial run to gather data.

How does one distinguish a shill from a moron? by LarrySwinger2 in memes

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If they're calling other people shills while stating evidence that isn't proven or scientifically repeatable: they're the moron.

Real shills try to debate people while maintaining extreme cognitive dissonance and will ignore evidence provided without acknowledging it was mentioned, no matter how implausible or correct the provided evidence is.

Joe Biden 'has to be taken out of circulation' after 'rambling about men on the moon' by Brewdabier in videos

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like some kind of programming went haywire

Disney animatronics are starting to look really lifelike. The automated speaking... apparently has a lot farther to go.

How Black Rifle Coffee Used Every Trick In The Book to Fool Conservatives by scrubking in politics

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Still find it funny that people are "shocked" that black rifle coffee are hypocrites. Their opinions on gun rights were vague, they didn't care at all about the border, and believed that "the uneducated" masses need to be controlled more... like... it sounds to me that they're just democrats that occasionally visit a gun club.

How did the internet get to the point where it's either far left or 'whacked' to be the only voices allowed? by [deleted] in propaganda

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socialist engineering tool

Propaganda works very well when nobody's allowed to warn others.

Turns out silence was a lot cheaper to buy than we were all expecting.

How did the internet get to the point where it's either far left or 'whacked' to be the only voices allowed? by [deleted] in propaganda

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The danger with that is if it's rigged to appear random,

At the end of the day, there's nothing currently capable of providing a solution to the problem. Any website can be shut down with ease. Any server created can be found and disabled.

How did the internet get to the point where it's either far left or 'whacked' to be the only voices allowed? by [deleted] in propaganda

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The more insane = The more views

Views = Money

Money can be used to buy more insane people who control what is allowed to be viewed.

The average idiot believes whatever they're told, so the more crazy things they're told, the crazier they become.

What was originally a method to generate clicks and views for money has become a method for controlling and scaring large groups of idiots. Add voting and politics into the mix and you slowly get a generation of morons looking for morons to lead them.

The end of 4chan was the start of it all. The moment the higher ups realized that websites can be easily controlled the end of the road became this.

Unless some super-techno-thing is created to allow transfer of data anonymously in an easy to use format like reddit or twitter, without moderator control, things are going to continue to get worse.

Anybody else remember back in the old days when reddit and twitter didn't moderate what was "Trending"? Yeah. We will never get that utopia back if moderators are in charge. I've heard that maybe the answer is to have randomized mods where one day you suddenly gain mod privileges for the next 48 hours, then somebody else does, and so on.The danger with that is if it's rigged to appear random, or that the privileges granted can be instantly overruled by a secret moderator class above it that nobody knows about.

Arizona Senate hearing on the Maricopa County forensic audit 10 a.m. MT 7/15 by PatsyStone in politics

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more people would care if anybody was ever charged with a crime.

At this point I'm more surprised that people care enough to keep providing proof several months after the fact.

Witnesses: George Floyd mural at Summit and Lagrange destroyed by lightning strike by thefirststone in whatever

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wasn't there a book where the government gave out happy drugs? lmao

WHITNEY WEBB DISSECTS THE WELLCOME LEAP INTO TRANSHUMANISM WITH JAMES CORBETT by doginventer in conspiracy

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Anything in particular or just the idea?

The DNC wants phone companies to police text messages for vaccine misinformation by [deleted] in politics

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Slightly off topic... Anybody remember this nightmare from 2010?

https://www.congress.gov/bill/111th-congress/senate-bill/3427

lmao

New Evidence Indicates Enough Illegal Votes In Georgia To Tip 2020 Results by [deleted] in politics

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Daily reminder to buy extra emergency food with your popcorn for 2024.

Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records on Alleged Transfer of Bank Financial Data of Every Person in Washington, DC Area around January 6 - Judicial Watch by carn0ld03 in conspiracy

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Cash isn't dead.

There's no reason to carry more money on you then you intend to spend that day. There's no reason to have more money in your bank account than you intend to spend on bills, because they're no safer than your mattress if you're concerned about losing it all.

We've all got to keep our money somewhere, but the idea of placing all of my money in a place that can be tracked, and have to ask permission to access it, has always sounded crazy to me. Paying bills and occasionally ordering stuff online. That's all it's really good for. That's not enough incentive for me to put everything I own into a business that could legally take it all at the drop of a hat.

The myth of, "If you carry more than $200 in your wallet you'll get mugged." is a joke. More people get mugged at an atm than randomly in a parking lot.

For the sake of change in society and a future with healthy media sites, we have to do everything we can to save what remains of the level of discourse online. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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place that parents can trust,

Peer pressure alone is enough to warp the mind of a child into accepting illogical statements to better fit in. There's no source of communication, that is full of strangers, that won't create the system you're trying to avoid. imo children under the age of 14 shouldn't be able to use social media (facebook, twitter, myspace, ect.,) without parental supervision, but there's no way to block that without censoring most of the internet along with it, which is also bad when you consider how being denied access to easy information can stunt a child's ability to understand the world.

with other people who to trust?

That is the job of the parent. "Hey Mom/Dad/Other Adult, I just read this thing online. Is this true?"

The moment they're ignored when asking a question, or insulted for not knowing the answer, they will default to the mindless idiots around them they call friends that have no idea either. And that's the best case scenario. If they start searching for answers by talking to random strangers online the brainwashing only gets worse.

Oops! Wrong Think! Shut It Down!!! Can't mention Israel and Iran on CNN - Wolf Blitzer Reports by Jesus in conspiracy

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Million dollars worth of equipment. lol

Hopefully in another ten years somebody will come up with a device that allows people to speak freely.

AlignPay is a new anti-cancel culture payment processor by Drewski in technology

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Things like Monero are starting to become the future. Only problem is finding a way for companies to legally acquire it. One of the small reasons why bitcoin is still being allowed by most governments is because it's possible to identify the average person using it. Trying to purchase monero (anonymously) is painfully difficult. The value of Monero isn't going to rise much when the barrier to entry is so high.

Facebook starts asking users if they're concerned about their friends "becoming an extremist" by Drewski in propaganda

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Burns down buildings and makes threats? Whoa, whoa, whoa, lets slow down there buddy. What color was their hat?

Starting in 2023, Windows 11 will require new laptops to have a front webcam. by [deleted] in technology

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It's starting to get ridiculous. I shouldn't need 2 different operating systems to protect my privacy.

At this point I've got one windows machine that's only useful for playing video games and a linux computer for everything else. It's basically a console now, but without the stupid monthly payments required by xbox and playstation.

I'm surprised windows doesn't require you to prick your finger for a blood sample to to use their os.

DONALD TRUMP a Crypto Jew? by Jesus in conspiracy

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Panicked for a second thinking Trump made a deal to control crypto.

Turns out it's worse. Everybody's secretly jewish now. Even the jewish are now secretly jewish just to double down./s

Oh Hello.... by Questionable in whatever

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....And we are back.

For now...

Gov. Newsom: A vaccination verification system is coming 'very shortly' by atrust in whatever

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At this point it's less of a war and more surviving in an apocalypse run by mindless zombies.

A map of npc-free locations is the best idea I've seen so far.

Gov. Newsom: A vaccination verification system is coming 'very shortly' by atrust in whatever

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How the hell has the world turned so upside down that Yelp has turned into the good guy?

I honestly don't care if a company blocks people. But the fact that knowing beforehand if a place requires a permission slip is "bad" is beyond the level of bullshit I'm used to dealing with.

https://old.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/nygdtj/antivaxxers_are_weaponizing_yelp_to_punish_bars/

Why shouldn't the market decide? This place wants to cut their business in half? Let them. Let people post about it. Share how "great" this company is.

And if they lose money doing it than good riddance. They deserve to go bankrupt for refusing to serve their customers.

The idea that we shouldn't know which companies are safe or not shouldn't be a dangerous concept. "Information should be withheld from the public." These morons can go fuck themselves if they honestly think limiting knowledge makes the world safer.

If you enjoyed the 9/11 and Covid-19 show... by LarrySwinger2 in memes

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I, for one, welcome our new alien overlords./s

Naked woman trashing restaurant is tasered in boobs by police by AziBase in whatever

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Florida

That about sums up the story.

France fines Google $270M for unfair online ads treatment by AziBase in news

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Reminds me of a funny story.

Two people park their car. First guy gets out, puts money in the meter, when he looks over at the car next to his and says, "You can't park there."

The second guy replies, "Why not?"

The answer was obvious. "Because you'll get a ticket."

After shaking his head, the second guy says, "You put money in your meter. I put money in mine. Just because you're too poor to see my meter doesn't mean it doesn't exist."

Users of Saidit: Should subs that don't violate the rules be removed from s/all by the admins? by Dragonerne in AskSaidIt

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or to avoid voting,

Don't most of the people on this site already recommend this?

Users of Saidit: Should subs that don't violate the rules be removed from s/all by the admins? by Dragonerne in AskSaidIt

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With magnora7 (sort of) gone from the site things are really starting to go downhill. I guess all the trolls crashing the website finally took their toll. It was fun while it lasted.

One of Life's Greatest Mysteries. by Tarrock in MeanwhileOnReddit

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When it's to an animal, everybody calls it innocent ignorance, maybe once in a awhile somebody calls the cops to report it as animal abuse, but that rarely goes anywhere.

At a certain point somebody's gotta grow a pair and explain to these people that torturing animals for their amusement is evil and a sign of mental illness.

Oregon bans guns from Capitol, demands safe storage in homes by attod in whatever

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by a man who stole a friend’s AR-15 rifle.

This person broke the law. The solution? Punish people who didn't.

I still can't wrap my mind how that helps anything.

What reddit users think about Ethereum & Ethereum’s Co-Founder? by mistrydeep in cryptocurrency

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Lowering the barrier to entry is a great way to introduce new people to the concept. That's all this is good for.

As cool as it is... it's just another bank. Transactions can be reversed. New coins can be instantly created without mining. Kind of defeats the whole idea of what cryptocurrency was intended to be: Outside the control of government.

It's the exact opposite of stuff like bitcoin and monero.

Has anyone noticed that certain high-profile users disappeared around the same time, right before the latest server shut-down? by Zapped in AskSaidIt

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If any of them reappear working for the feds (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VZkiQUzITU) we wouldn't even know./s

Lot of wackos screeching about conspiracies, eugenics, and governmental illegitimacy. This is definitely one of the sites on the fbi's radar by now. I wouldn't be surprised if a few users got arrested for saying or posting something stupid on occasion.

The Vatican is being questioned for $1.8 billion transfer to Australia. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God - Matthew 19:24

Vatican: Easier? So you're telling me there's a chance if I'm rich enough?

r/Christianity by Tarrock in MeanwhileOnReddit

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The insanity in this one picture sums up most of the things wrong with reddit and the world right now.

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8: All Zionists Holding Public Office in the US MUST be Expelled from Public Office by Jesus in politics

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So you're saying that usa isn't a for-profit corporation?

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8: All Zionists Holding Public Office in the US MUST be Expelled from Public Office by Jesus in politics

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is a private for-profit corporation.

and... the usa isn't

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8: All Zionists Holding Public Office in the US MUST be Expelled from Public Office by Jesus in politics

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If the government is a corporation, then don't you think its existence would prove its legality? The laws surrounding it are controlled by itself, so its impossible (except under extreme circumstances, like "Nixon" circumstances") to charge itself with a crime.

This concept isn't USA exclusive, either: The Queen of England could walk down the street stabbing people and can't be charged with a crime. Because the legal authority to charge her would be herself, which she might not want to do if she's gone crazy.

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8: All Zionists Holding Public Office in the US MUST be Expelled from Public Office by Jesus in politics

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By that same logic you're calling business like Blackwater governments.

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8: All Zionists Holding Public Office in the US MUST be Expelled from Public Office by Jesus in politics

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and Libertardians havn't read the charter documents or the books. They are as ignorant as a rich elitist telling you the US isn't a corporation for his own for-profit grifting.

Government ≠ Corporation.

Your opinion on what a definition should be doesn't actually change the definition of it.

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8: All Zionists Holding Public Office in the US MUST be Expelled from Public Office by Jesus in politics

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however, is a foreign corporation.

A group of separate individuals who agree on something isn't a corporation.

Colorado Professor Claims That 'White Supremacy' is Causing Black People to Attack Asians by [deleted] in news

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Change the definition of words.

This lets you control words.

Never be wrong again.

Nobody can use logic against you because logic requires the use of words containing definitions.

This is also why these racist-woke-morons hate math so damn much. They can't fight it. They can't change the definitions of numbers. Expect them to attack the institutions teaching math and physics. The less people understand numbers, the less threats there are to their control.

When they say "The Whites caused x" they don't mean white people. They mean the current system of western philosophy. They changed the definition of white and racist in order to speak nonsense freely without risk of logical debate.

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 8: All Zionists Holding Public Office in the US MUST be Expelled from Public Office by Jesus in politics

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Okay. Fuck it. Explain it to me.

All politicians accept monetary gifts under the table. The simple trick that they've been using for decades to have somebody else accept the money for them and then have that person give it.

As for "Office" not sure what you mean. Somebody claiming to be Jewish or Catholic isn't "legally" a member of another office.

"Title" would be interesting way to remove somebody from politics. One country gives them a title. Trick them into accepting it on camera. Problem is, that is not as easy as it sounds, as it requires both parties involved to publicly acknowledged such a title, because if either side simply says, "I misunderstood their statement, I thought they were just being polite." and then good luck proving intent in court.

but I sadly get the feeling that none of the above is what you were talking about when you made this post...

CNN Contributor Calls for a New 'Hitler' to Kill All the Jews in Israel by scrubking in politics

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He was not an employee.

He just worked for the company.

Didn't Uber try using the same excuse? lmao

This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics

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Not even close. Ya start small with items of clothing, colors, rings, or something else nobody cares about. Less than a hat. Nobody will care.

The war will start when the government stops banning symbols, words, and iconography, and starts requiring it. People already refuse to wear masks. Imagine if it was something 10 times more drastic like an actual symbol people had to show. For example:

"Anybody caught outside without papers, documentation, or a letter D on a visible part of their clothing, will be fined $1 by police."

That's when you know shit is about to hit the fan. We all carry I.D.'s to drive. So most of the country won't care. Demand someone to dress a certain way, even a little bit by demanding a symbol to be worn, is a violation of freedom of speech and after enough politicians end up in jail (the 4 or 5 who refuse to comply) then that's one way the war starts.

Or the dollar collapses and the people in the cities demand free food. That's another possible way the war begins.

This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics

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I'm guessing this is your same response you give to the people worried about blood clots two of the vaccines gave lol

kinda hard to point to a few rare cases as a reason to get it when people are using the same fear mongering logic to justify doing the opposite

“Very few people in the Soviet Union believed in Communism. We just let idiots take over our country through their use of violence and intimidation.” ~ Yuri Bezmenov by scrubking in politics

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Virtual Reality will bring back the mall. A social gathering space where people can hang out, buy and sell goods, and you'll tell who the assholes are by their lack of haptic feedback sensors because they don't want to feel the punch.

There's already a few devices that allow for face movement in vr. It's all still a work in progress. If Elon is being even half-honest with what he's telling the public, then the world will be back to the 2000's era chaos in twenty years. (That's if the technology isn't just banned outright)

“Very few people in the Soviet Union believed in Communism. We just let idiots take over our country through their use of violence and intimidation.” ~ Yuri Bezmenov by scrubking in politics

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I suspect the whole thing would loose the charm with the stench of the corpses, animated or not. Along with the end of batteries, most electricity, and all gasoline.

I would gladly give up electronics, gas, and my sense of smell, if it meant the people of the world were forced to think twice before throwing insults at someone they're face to face with.

“Very few people in the Soviet Union believed in Communism. We just let idiots take over our country through their use of violence and intimidation.” ~ Yuri Bezmenov by scrubking in politics

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to strike the fear

Fear? Fear??? Living in that world is a wet dream for a lot of people.

Instead we got a toilet paper shortage.

“Very few people in the Soviet Union believed in Communism. We just let idiots take over our country through their use of violence and intimidation.” ~ Yuri Bezmenov by scrubking in politics

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I'm not a soldier. I'm not a politician. I'm just a dude trying to survive in a world on fire.

My only advice: Food. Water. Shelter (preferably with a hidden room buried underground). Basic gun. Basic bullets.

There isn't going to be some big nuclear apocalypse. This pandemic wasn't the start of the zombies. All you need to worry about is if you have enough food to survive and if you have a place to hide when the neighbor accuses you of hoarding food.

Those of you with a boat big enough to live on? You've already won. Congrats.

Here's how it's going to go down. by Horrux in finance

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They could really control us by controlling energy.

Unless you're running a warehouse full of machines, or a decent sever in your house, how would they ever know who to shut off?

This Motorcycle Airbag Vest Will Stop Working If You Miss a Payment by [deleted] in technology

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To the people saying this is illegal or at risk of a lawsuit:

Wouldn't the usual, "They signed this peice of paper." be followed by the Judge saying, "Huh. Well, that was stupid on their part. Next!"

I'm not a lawyer, but this seems like one of those things that would be impossible to sue over if the customer signed on the dotted line.

WTF I like Black Hammer now. "We personally want to say rest in pi$$ to #colonizer kkkarl marx. Marx's ku klux kkkommunist #manifesto has created a generation of kkkrackkka leftists" The graphics are pure meme magic that deserve to be reposted. by Chipit in memes

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It's crazy how some people can have the cognitive dissonance to support racial equality while at the same time liking marx.

Edit: wow the comments below that twitter post. lmfao. The amount of stupidity on that one website alone is like staring into a retarded sun.

Olympics Bans 'Black Lives Matter' Apparel, Again Threatens To Punish Athletes Who Protest by scrubking in politics

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Rule 50

Okay. So far so good.

Instead, athletes will be pressed to wear apparel with more “generic words,” like “peace,” “respect,” “solidarity,” “inclusion,” and “equality,” per the report.

In other news, "Black Lives Equal" T-Shirts will be on full display. lol

This is a start, but it barely scratches the surface. A+ for effort on Japan's part.

will be allowed to raise their fists or kneel during the national anthem, and athletes will be allowed to wear ‘hats or face masks’ with specific political phrases like ‘Black Lives Matter.’

So... Rule 50 really does nothing. lmfao. Nothing on a shirt, but a mask if perfectly fine, so wtf even is the point???

Is it just me or is it starting to feel like a dictatorship in here? by ReeferMadness in news

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It is amazing that a "media blackout" can be enacted without an uproar.

Until you consider that most of the media already knows, already has video, and chooses to not release it. Beyond fucked up the more you think about it.

Jordan Peterson's Critique of the Communist Manifesto by Drewski in videos

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most of the blood being shed will be theirs.

Same reason people love Zombie movies. A chance for freedom from society's hypocrisy at the small, small cost of millions of others? If you're life is bad enough, who wouldn't take that risk when they feel they already have nothing else to lose. Of course, you've still got to push out the question... What if these dice come up wrong and you're the zombie instead of the survivor? That's a big risk they desperately try not to think about because if you think about it, even for just a second, then western society with its abundance of food and water starts to look like the better option.

It's easy to write it off as soulless. Or evil.

And I'm sure for most of them it is.

It's hard not to pity people who see the only option to their situation is to burn it all down. But the pity stops as soon as they try to rope others into their misery and delusions.

Anyone else feel slightly violated by that stint at Reddit? by [deleted] in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Bloody nightmare, that was.

It sucks that having a conversation with someone is "evil" in today's society.

Is the AHC sub there for humor?

Could be a troll, could be some bored dude wanting to laugh at his own jokes, or could be a shill trying to shut the site down. Honestly... it could be all three.

The Oregonian issued a tweet assuring readers that it was only a white guy who was killed by police so no need to riot and loot by Drewski in NotTheOnion

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they dont qualify

You know that. I know that. The courts don't know that.

As far as the law is concerned they're operating with immunity. Unless some miracle happens with Texas and a free speech challenge is issued (which is highly unlikely) they will continue to operate with impunity. Their censorship record needs to be proven, which so far hasn't happened. One employee or even a single building full of them, have continuously used variants of the "this team of employees was given orders by their manager who was acting in their personal biased judgement unrelated to normal orders given by the company." and other legalese bullshit to avoid admitting fault.

they have regulatory capture

and while that has protected them from most of it, other agencies still exist in areas the corporations have yet to take over. Altering 230 by going through the courts outside of their control would be easier then trying to prove criminality.

They have corrupted the government.

Part of it, but they're not the illuminati.

The Oregonian issued a tweet assuring readers that it was only a white guy who was killed by police so no need to riot and loot by Drewski in NotTheOnion

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twitter, google, facebook

Change section 230. "How?" is the question.

and specific politicians.

If we had a solution to that problem it would've been solved in a heartbeat.