Ghislaine Maxwell Indictment EXPLAINED - Viva & Barnes Live Stream HIGHLIGHT (30:57) ~ Viva Frei [Excellent overview on Robert Maxwell and insights on Ghislaine, Epstein, CIA, Mossad, Israel, blackmail, extortion, etc.] by JasonCarswell in pedogate

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/u/SierraKiloBravo,

I've heard from a couple sources that the NetFlix 4-part "Jeffrey Epstein Filthy Rich" documentary wasn't as good as the 3-part Discovery Channel's "Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein" but it was released earlier and with greater fanfare perhaps to overshadow the deeper insights in the latter. I've not seen either yet, but if you (or anyone else reading this) view the second one as well I'd be curious to hear comparisons.

I recently came across a few recommendations that sounded worthy of following up on. You may have viewed or heard of them and I value your quick takes. I'm downloading them now and may get around to seeing them, as well as an excellent list of your recommendations.

I may be mistaken but I believe the other longer video ("Law for the People") I linked to in these comments included recommendations of these two other documentaries.

Netflix Trial By Media, Netflix (6 parts)

Search: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Trial+By+Media

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DVpSHeF6ZI

Torrent: https://1337x.to/search/trial+by+media/1/ For some reason E04 is missing.

Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, Frontline

Search: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Abacus%3A+Small+Enough+to+Jail

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUiboO7bLg0

Torrent: https://1337x.to/search/Small+Enough+To+Jail/1/

 

On a completely different tangent I watched a Corridor Crew "Stuntment React" video where these martial arts movies came up that I'd never heard of (not that I'm deep into that genre):

When The Last Sword Is Drawn (2002)

Search: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=When+The+Last+Sword+Is+Drawn

IMDb 7.5/10: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0359692/

Torrent: https://1337x.to/search/when+the+last+sword+is+drawn/1/

*The Protector * (2005)

Search: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=The+Protector+Tom-Yum-Goong

IMDb 7.1/10: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0427954/

Torrent: https://1337x.to/search/The+Protector+2005/1/

 

Ghislaine Maxwell Indictment EXPLAINED - Viva & Barnes Live Stream HIGHLIGHT (30:57) ~ Viva Frei [Excellent overview on Robert Maxwell and insights on Ghislaine, Epstein, CIA, Mossad, Israel, blackmail, extortion, etc.] by JasonCarswell in pedogate

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The original longer interview is fantastic too, starting with 1h02m of discussion on modern "racist" events, media focused division, etc.:

Viva & Barnes - Law for the People - Live Stream (1:57:10) ~ Viva Frei, 2020-07-04

[PDF] MASKED SCIENCE.pdf (2 pages) by JasonCarswell in Coronavirus

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Sorry I forget what video/source pointed this out to me last month.

That sidebox wireframe image almost belongs in /s/Illusions for being op-art and a psy-op.

The new banner is nice, but I prefer the old one. This one is too cheerful. The other one was ominous and imposing.

How to troll by LarrySwinger2 in memes

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No one is supposed to be able to read it. That's the joke. People get upset. Their goats have been gotten by the trollery.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Low tier effort, newbie. If you want to stick around SaidIt you should get to know the rules and FAQ. This isn't Reddit.

As for the cheese... Did you install a spycam in my place?

Did the FBI entrap Wikileaks? New Assange indictment explained [Grayzone] by zyxzevn in WikiLeaks

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A++ Undervoted!

AOC Spills The Beans. We Already KNEW This. Now it's Confirmed by [deleted] in ElectionsUSA2020

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I've mentioned it many times (except the log). I've tried to present the idea of making SaidIt more democratic with peer feedback and judgements rather some arbitrary dictator, but as nicely as I could to M7 so that he can ultimately decide what to embrace or not - but I think he feels any openness or democracy is a threat to him or something. I think more minds are better than one, and I'd rather be censured and censored by the group (or more likely just a part of the group) than one curmudgeon. It would look better on him too, not having to be the big bad meanie.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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You're lumping all the First Nations into one "Native American" group. There were MANY cultures here first and not all of them practiced scalping - yet there was an open bounty on all of theirs. 90% of 500 pales in comparison to the continental genocide.

Yes they may have been first with the practice. Yes they are most notably famous for it, not for being the first, or for the numbers, but because of the Hollywood revisionism to make people feel okay about their past and perpetuating crimes against them always taking away more and more. "Cowboys and Indians" is cultural engineering while rewriting history. But actually, American settlers were more notably savage and practiced.

You wanna hear some crazy shit? I'm deep into the "primitive" local art from Seattle to Alaska. The further North the more refined it gets. Understanding the art and craft is directly tied to understanding the culture, so I got drawn into learning about their meticulous work from spoons to masks to totem poles - and how they lived. Their culture was about pride rather than wealth, and though slaves (gained by warring on other tribes) created wealth which earned pride. In demonstrations of disdain for wealth (in order to gain more pride) they would intentionally break their nice things like their prestigious copper shields (more symbolic than functional), because they were above possessions. This extended to their slaves too, though they were never so foolish as to destroy a strong slave. So it was usually a very young or very old slave that would be "sacrificed" for their pride. There were many ways to dispatch them, but the worst unusual method I read was they'd have the slave(s) necks between two logs and dance on the top log killing the slave(s). They'd put the slaves (dead or living) into the deep holes that they'd plant their large totem poles over them. There are 4 types of totem poles, so not all of them would have this. Also, I don't recall if this might have only been an occasional custom of the Haida as there were at least a half dozen more nations just on the coast of B.C. alone. If I knew which book it was I'd cite it, but if you want to start from the heaviest earliest best source I know, then check out the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesup_North_Pacific_Expedition. Among my few rare books, I have an edition of this book that I should give to a museum or something. It's not an easy read so I haven't yet, but I suspect there may be much more like this in there too.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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I'll ask proof on everything and everyone. And I never stop at or trust Wikipedia, but it's my first stop for the "official" story after DuckDuckGo.

I stand behind the excellent character I've seen of /u/EndlessSunflowers, even if this post's wording was poor, the central claim seems baseless, and the goal and motivations seem nebulous. IMO this was a poor post with good intentions in a problematic time of more engineered division than ever, possibly resulting in this unexpected feedback blowup over the last 4 hours.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Agreed. The settlers picked it up and made scalp-capitalism out of it.

I'm in favour of changing offensive names, but not by mandate or pressure from engineered political correctness. Sometimes it's just time to update those old clothes.

TIL That, in addition to head-coverings, followers of Sikhism must always carry a Kirpan (ceremonial dagger) as a symbol of their "spirituality and the constant struggle of good and morality over the forces of evil and injustice." by aThievingStableboy in TIL

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Me too, best friend from Grade 7 to past University. I moved for work and we drifted.

If I recall there were 4 sacred items - the turban, the dagger, the bracelet (kardhi or kardha - I forget which is bracelet or watch), and special underwear (kinda like the Mormons I guess).

Correction: 5, remove the dagger add a comb and hair, according to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikhism#Initiation_and_the_Khalsa.

Covid is still a hoax, people. by mongre in conspiracy

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^

Covid is still a hoax, people. by mongre in conspiracy

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^

Covid is still a hoax, people. by mongre in conspiracy

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^

How to troll by LarrySwinger2 in memes

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That's the troll joke.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Actually, NOT most notably by themselves. That angle has be HUUUUUUGELY pushed by Hollywood revisionism. Savagery is not limited to the First Nations, but they sure had some original ways of doing things, including harm. I've come across many stomach turning stories in my 80 or so books on the Pacific NorthWest Coast of which I'm a fan of their art and culture and ferocity, somehow largely remaining more isolated and protected over the last couple centuries.

I also don't think that's what the general meaning of "redskin" means, nor where the various uses of it originated.

/s/TIL/comments/555l/til_of_brandolinis_law_aka_the_bullshit_asymmetry/

I saw a few others today I liked, that makes it 4. I've always known that but never knew there was a term. Fantastic.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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The OP is shitty in some respects to be sure - because it's poorly phrased and leaves open room for debate. However, part of it is sadly very true regarding the scalp bounties and pejorative term. Regarding the link between the term and scalps, I can't be bothered to research it. And if that's the only thing you object to, forgoing all the other information, then that's your loss.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Which parts? Bounties on scalps is real. Pejorative terms exist. I can's speak to the a couple of the specifics word choices - for example "A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American" should be "scalp from a head" otherwise it implies they're carrying around bald beheaded heads. I also haven't looked into ties between the term and the scalps.

A 'redskin' is the scalped head of a Native American, sold, like a pelt, for cash: 50 pounds for adult male scalps; 25 for adult female scalps; 20 for scalps of boys and girls under age 12. These bloody scalps were known as “redskins” — the most offensive name one could ever call a Native American by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Which part(s)? Link?

Not bullshit here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalping

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redskin_(disambiguation)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redskin specifically says:

" Some Native American activists in the 21st century, in contradiction of the etymological evidence discussed above, assert that "redskin" refers directly to the bloody, red scalp or other body part collected for bounty.[32][33] While this claim is associated in the media with litigants in the Washington Redskins trademark dispute; Amanda Blackhorse[34] and Suzan Shown Harjo,[35] the NCAI's support indicates that the belief is widespread. Goddard (2005) denies any direct connection to scalping, and says there is a lack of evidence for the claim.[18]:1[36] King (2016) argues that the lack of direct evidence for the assertion does not mean that those making the claim are "wrong to draw an association between a term that empathizes an identity based upon skin color and a history that commodified Native American body parts".[37] "

" The term "red-skin" was, in fact used in conjunction with scalp hunting in the 19th century. In 1863 a Winona, Minnesota, newspaper, the Daily Republican, printed an announcement: "The state reward for dead Indians has been increased to $200 for every red-skin sent to Purgatory. This sum is more than the dead bodies of all the Indians east of the Red River are worth."[38] A news story published by the Atchison Daily Champion in Atchison, Kansas, on October 9, 1885, tells of the settlers' "hunt for redskins, with a view of obtaining their scalps", worth $250.[39] In his early career as the owner of a newspaper in South Dakota, L. Frank Baum wrote an editorial upon the death of Chief Sitting Bull in which he advocates the annihilation of all remaining Redskins in order to secure the safety of white settlers, and because "better that they die than live the miserable wretches that they are."[40] "

Wikipedia is biased and unreliable and can range from shit to great and they only cite a handful of select corporate media pages (including some that are no longer there) but they cherry pick what info they want to present. What's more telling is the political counter-stories found on the talk pages and history of the articles.

AOC Spills The Beans. We Already KNEW This. Now it's Confirmed by [deleted] in ElectionsUSA2020

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Thanks.

IMO there should be a public forum sub for when there's room for doubt and need for clarity (not just spam or asstrolls) to be dealt with by one's peers rather than some overworked arbitrary private anonymous dictator with a secret roadmap and without any expressed strong leadership vision for the future of SaidIt. Not only would this sub be the place to learn about community issues and a centralized place to keep tabs and counterbalance the problems it could be a place to openly develop policy rather than some arbitrary vague rules like Reddit. It would suck if SaidIt became Sreddit-Lite. Further, I'd like to see fucking logged EXAMPLES of the 3 strikes because so far a lot of it has been flimsy grey area bullshit (not counting the obvious short lived violators). It might also be nice to see 3 ban modes: 1 week to step back take time and cool down, 1 month timeout to show that its getting serious, and a 3rd permanent ban. I would bet there'd be dozens of other fantastic simple ideas (wiki logs of examples) that could be presented to streamline the conflict deescalation/resolution process without actually making more rules - and of course could make it much easier for M7 while also giving the trigger happy mods something else to do that could potentially help keep them in check while teaching them and others more about the different SaidIt culture making our own better way. My 2 cents.

AOC Spills The Beans. We Already KNEW This. Now it's Confirmed by [deleted] in ElectionsUSA2020

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^

IMO, it's always seemed clear what he stands for, perhaps now more intently. Is there something else I'm missing?

Banning is bad. IMO they should agree to disagree earlier in their conversations and cut the heated bickering short. Never easy to do.

Taking Moderator Applications HERE by GalaxyDeity in BanBigMouth

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I'd never heard of Big Mouth. I guess I have to add it to https://infogalactic.com/info/Pedophocracy and WikiSpooks. You've got my support, but I don't moderate anyone.

Big Fish, Little Fish, Swimmin' In the Water by hennaojichan in memes

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I'm trying not to be back until after I finish my projects (might be 2-3 months). Make SaidIt "right"? Correct or poliitically? It suddenly seems flooded with Redditors who all have agendas. I'm not liking the change in the last few weeks.

Ignore the men by Smurfette in BlackPillFeminism

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I was curious, I was not feeding off your energy, when I commented in the other post. By not educating and sharing you won't find the solutions you want. "Black" pill is appropriate if you keep all the windows and doors closed and have no light to share. I just came back now looking for answers, but I won't be "bothering" you folks further. Good luck with your sub.

Big Fish, Little Fish, Swimmin' In the Water by hennaojichan in memes

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Under voted! I didn't even see the typo.

Interesting banner and page css.. by deAccount in Illusions

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Thanks, I think.

The banner is a temporary stand in until I collage something together this week. It's currently one of MC Escher's horizontal images.

I have a long list of topical subs I'd like to see exist to post under, whether I make them or not. But magnora7 made up an arbitrary maximum limit so I have to be selective about the sub titles. I had always definitely wanted to make one for Op Art and mind twisters, Pareidolia (faces in things), and other misperceptions - not to mention ways they may be exploited for fun or political motives.

I like custom and thematic banners for a little more personality and if I'm going to bother with that then I might as well add a CSS too.

This "Ergonomix" CSS is 99.9% done but I need a little help from M7D3 to learn how to activate the Ergonomix link below the sidebox and how to utilize the announcements space at the top of the sidebox where it currently says "Decentralize All Things" including adding announcements, links to more details, the wiki, and SaidIt donate options. This CSS was initially designed to tweak a few things on the original default to make it more practical and easier to read - and I just kept going until it became it's own thing that is colour coded for practicality and visibility with a touch of design. I think there are over 30 subs with this CSS now, most with custom banners. Since most people on SaidIt aren't blind, once I finalize this CSS I will revise all the colours for a second version "Ergonomix-Muted" for people who don't need the crazy colours.

I also did the /s/Coronavirus and /s/CorbettCommenters and am working on the all new /s/WikiSpooks which will also eventually be toned down colour-wise (it's easier to see differences for coding when more pronounced) with a much easier to customize pallet that's based on a grade between 2 colours. Once that code is completed I will apply that CSS to /s/GreenParty and /s/PinUps in other colours and see if I can do it all in under 10 minutes, maybe even 5. Also, FYI, speaking of Illusions, the WikiSpooks banner is very slowly animated and I may do something like that here.

If you would like custom banners, CSS, or CSS help lemme know. I need to focus on another couple projects until Sept or Oct and then can help, unless the fruits of my labour on these projects I'll be sharing blows up with success.

Just reposting the pyramid of debate as a reminder for the new influx of users. Didn't know where else to put it. by piss in whatever

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Duh. Of course. Fanx Fren.

Wouldn't it be cool if we asked questions about things other than Reddit/Said It or Politics? by theFriendlyDoomer in AskSaidIt

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You can consider creating interesting topical subs (with wikis) for people to discover as SaidIt grows - and for yourself collect your interests in your own custom "playlists" with personal multisubs. There's MUCH more potential to SaidIt than just the front page.

Wouldn't it be cool if we asked questions about things other than Reddit/Said It or Politics? by theFriendlyDoomer in AskSaidIt

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What kind of swallow?

Just reposting the pyramid of debate as a reminder for the new influx of users. Didn't know where else to put it. by piss in whatever

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

Untrue.

However, you may push out a movement that their scattered excretion is sloppy crap and: firmly log their feculent foundations, number two: discharge their incomplete kernels of concepts, and turdly: waste their shitty statements. Butt in the end, you defecately doo smell like an asstroll.

Honey is always better than vinegar, especially when they lose their doody (resist stooping) and gain the respect of readers and peers by maintaining a modicum of decency.

Just reposting the pyramid of debate as a reminder for the new influx of users. Didn't know where else to put it. by piss in whatever

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Hey BN350. Haven't seen you for a while. I feel like I should know what 1A means in a pop culture sense. Am I wrong?

Just reposting the pyramid of debate as a reminder for the new influx of users. Didn't know where else to put it. by piss in whatever

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The SaidIt FAQ is always found at the foot of every page and should answer most common questions.

Just reposting the pyramid of debate as a reminder for the new influx of users. Didn't know where else to put it. by piss in whatever

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The one you found is most commonly called "Graham's Hierarchy Of Disagreement" found on Wikipedia linking back among many international variations on Wikimedia Commons where you'll also find the newer versions I did, which are also mirrored on InfoGalactic.

Just reposting the pyramid of debate as a reminder for the new influx of users. Didn't know where else to put it. by piss in whatever

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That's the old version. Find the newer version around SaidIt and in the FAQ (found at the foot of every page). Also, feel free to read or contribute to this article about SaidIt.net.

From Reddit by LisbonMuse in BlackPillFeminism

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Thanks for indulging my curiosity.

I curious why you use the term "patriarchy". I prefer other terms like corporatocracy, technocracy, kakistocracy, pedophocracy, etc. Sex and race aren't the problem so far as I'm concerned and they're only used to divide us into tribalist factions when IMO the largest root problem is the class war between the corporatocracy and the rest of humanity, as all other divisions are part of that greater effort to break us all down. Obviously using "patriarchy" distinguishes which "side" you're on, but does it also empower you or something along those lines, or is it a trigger word, or perhaps it's just a generic word that is easy, understood, convenient? I ask partly because there are most certainly abominable political women who are just as bad if not occasionally demonstrably worse than men who are active agents of the "patriarchy". I could list a bunch but then I'd feel compelled to also list a bunch of terrific women who are being sidelined from political power due to the abundant corruption of the rigged systems.

1) I'm in alignment with you. Abuse is not good from anyone regardless of label. I'm a little confused by the last sentence.

I should also clarify by expanding on my statement about "destroying the family unit". They've been deconstructing our power via social engineering us all in more ways than just the sex issue. There were once strong ethnic neighbourhoods - Polish, Irish, Greek, Catholic, etc etc etc (all with their pros and cons and historical baggage) but they engineered the destruction of those communities by intentionally moving in "undesireables" (whatever that may mean to those communities and individuals) while offering incentives to move out and melt into the generic "white" suburban nightmare where communities were weaker, mixing up all ethnicities, religions, etc. Now with these carrot (low mortgages) and stick (crime) incentives they're pushing people back into the cities more than ever to leave all the natural resources of the land to the powers that be while also caging us in their Agenda 21 plans for "sustainability" for a fictional carbon scare scam. Further, socialism and unions have been utterly demonized as billionaires pay millionaires to tell the middle class that the poor are the problem, never ever focusing on the billionaire Zionist globalist engineers. Add feminism waves, the extremist trans agenda (that most of them don't even want), bizarro incels, SJW political correctness to absurdist extremes, manufactured racism, and whatever other distractions, divisions, and political theater you can imagine - and you've deconstructed ethnicities, communities, unions, families and are left with weak individuals vs the mighty corporatocracy. Also to be clear, I know that not everyone in those tribes I just mentioned are extremists or "bizarro" - but they capitalize on the sensational ones in order to demonize and divide.

2) I'm not deep into Men's Rights at all, however I have yet to ever see anything remotely resembling what you stated about taking away female rights. Maybe I haven't looked deeply enough or have subconsciously ignored the sensational buffoons (just as likely as many idiots as CIA assets) or something but I here are a couple examples off the top of my head that may change your mind: The Red Pill documentary by Cassie Jaye and Feminism - Fiamengo Files with Janice Fiamengo who IMO is a little harsher than she could be on feminists on occasion yet gets to the point and is brief with excellent clarity. There's also the Honey Badgers that I'd heard of years ago. They stand out in my memory because they provided a lot of content clearly and evenly without getting extreme - plus they are ALL females for men's rights, as well as women's and children's rights. I don't need men to tell me how great men are, just like I don't need Ayn Rand to sell me on how greed is good (a Gore Vidal misquote). Above all, they make clear sense to me and realize we need to all have rights, including children's rights and we need to unify, strengthen, and resist the exploitation, division, and oppression of our overlords. In my limited experience, it seems to me most men's rights folks believe that everyone, men, women, and children have legit specific concerns, but MUCH more in common against the corporatocracy and we'd do better uniting and supporting each other.

3) I don't really know what you mean. If you mean go away, then ya, I agree for the most part about the noisy ones. From what I understand, the majority are silent and actually just going their own way defining their own lives and don't need the MGTOW label. I for one might fall into that later category but wouldn't ever call myself that. Especially since I hope my relationship days are not yet over, and when I have had girlfriends it was always that we were going our own way in our own style (ie. Burning Man, alternatives, sustainability, self reliant, indie filmmaker, etc etc etc).

3b) Do you recognize there's a difference between Men's Rights and MGTOW? Many of the former don't like the latter for their antics. I don't know much about whatever antics they mean, as honestly they've bored me so I don't even look when it come up anymore - like country music or car commercials - just not interested.

4) I don't see how. I know I sound like a broken record, but the social engineering of the corporatocracy is pushing the distraction and division with equality like it's attainable when it seems obvious to me the authentic solution is fairness. Formerly men should not be competing in women's sports and should not pretend they have periods or babies. Sure those are extremist and obvious, but this social engineering tapers off to the long tail of micro this and micro that nitpicky stuff - meanwhile we're never questioning the powers that be and their matrix of rigged systems, monopolies, monopoly on violence, bankster scams, and full spectrum dominance.

5) I'm guessing/hoping WGTOW isn't as silly as MGTOW can get. Feel free to skip or expand as you like.

6) What does Pink Pill mean/stand for?

I'm happy to hear you still have hope. I do too. I think it's important. The sidebox reads "there is nothing we can do about it" but I don't buy that. Maybe we're all doomed, but we can go out in style with grace and compassion, support each other, and resist as long and as hard and as much as possible.

Thanks again for your response. Don't feel like you need to indulge all of my verbose nonsense, but I'll thank you in advance for whatever you might like to riff on.