Jacob Pederson of the St. Paul PD is outed as the individual who smashed the windows at AutoZone. Police are posing as protesters burning buildings to portray a false narrative. by Tom_Bombadil in PoliceMisconduct

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The citizens in Toronto's 2010 G20 protests cornered undercover vandal cops too.

I just passed 10,000 post karma in a year of posting. Thanks for all the upvotes everyone! by Chipit in SaidIt

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A knee on your neck ... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Maybe?

Just a bit?

I just passed 10,000 post karma in a year of posting. Thanks for all the upvotes everyone! by Chipit in SaidIt

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Naïve art (sometimes called primitivism) is usually defined as visual art created by a person who lacks formal education and training that a professional artist undergoes (in anatomy, art history, technique, perspective, ways of seeing). by JasonCarswell in Art

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Today I learned this term. For lack of this better term, in the animation studios we called it "nephew art", like what you'd hang on your fridge but generally not remotely commercial.

Last year I started a painting that I would consider faux-naïve art, intentionally crude yet commercial in order to try to develop a technique for smashing out art for cash. I got distracted by other projects and such so it remains unfinished. Not only is my meme-like painting more topical than ever in this police state world, the irony is that no one could buy it for what I'd want. Still, it's time to finish it, and some others.

Heated Debate On Capitalism with America’s Most Prominent Marxist Economist - Richard Wolff (1:21:03) ~ Valuetainment by JasonCarswell in Capitalism

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I don't recall the number, but he certainly raised his rates just to avoid Wolff. I also suspect he signed up for something he wasn't ready for before finding out he couldn't handle it. I doubt he'd consider a debate with Wolff ever again. I'll be shocked and happy if he does.

Armed Citizens Are Attempting To Stop Looters In Minneapolis! “Justice For Floyd But We Don’t Support Looting” by TheDayum in videos

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Me too. I just wanted to be clear for readers, and maybe get exposed to new views I hadn't considered - plus I actually (usually) enjoy it when I have to come around 180 on an idea.

Jason “Nigger” Carswell by itrits in OpieAndAnthony

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I think the Opie & Anthony gang with a few asstrolls formed their own site and pretty much abandoned SaidIt, though I could be wrong.

I was... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Everything is weird and dominating and a little bit exciting and is now "the new normal".

Denzel Washington Steps Between Cops & Homeless Man (4:30) ~ The Jimmy Dore Show by JasonCarswell in Homeless

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It sounds nice that Denzel might be doing this out of the goodness of his heart, but he's been deeply involved in making authoritarian propaganda for decades and further, this also features 3/4 people wearing those stupid masks propagating the manufactured fear.

The Five Major Demands of the Hong Kong protests. Clarity. by JasonCarswell in pushback

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Great post! Too much good stuff slips by unnoticed when I'm busy (and when I'm not). I will definitely watch it when it downloads - but I'm already excited and feel we all know much too little about the protests in Hong Kong, France, and elsewhere - including their tactics, pros, cons, failures, lessons, and victories. I recommend reposting it in the afternoon in North America, in /s/HongKong, /s/China, /s/pushback, /s/Unrest, and/or etc. Maybe all at once or until it finally gets noticed - depending how good the content is. I'm excited to see it.

That looks like a great site, though it seems slow/throttled/limited. I added https://SaidIt.net/domain/media.ccc.de/ to /s/DecentralizeAllThings/wiki/ . Their format seems more practical that most video sites. I wonder if their video platform is open-source and/or if /u/d3rr has seen it? FYI d3rr also hosts a /s/DownTheMemoryHole PeerTube instance.

YouTube bans Honduran YouTuber for giving his opinion by Chipit in censorship

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Bad link?

Heated Debate On Capitalism with America’s Most Prominent Marxist Economist - Richard Wolff (1:21:03) ~ Valuetainment by JasonCarswell in Capitalism

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I would have liked to have seen Jordan Peterson follow through on the debate he cancelled with Wolff. At least this guy has the balls to try to challenge him.

"Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich", a Netflix 4-part documentary by JasonCarswell in Documentaries

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Good to know. Thank you. My download finally finished.

Back in 2016 the Pizzagate story erupted and I wanted to see a list to prove that the pedophocracy was real - or not. I found absolutely no lists online but found abundant evidence that I compiled into the first list: https://InfoGalactic.com/info/Pedophocracy. I try to avoid it as much as possible and save up all the articles and shit - then purge once or twice a year. Last summer was a big one, so since then I've doubly procrastinated and I have much to catch up on, eventually - maybe September or October - and I'll watch it then since it sounds unpleasant. I will also mirror the rest of it onto WikiSpooks, as is already done for https://WikiSpooks.com/wiki/UK/VIPaedophile . I don't recall too much to speak of for Down Under, besides Nicole Kidman's dad and maybe one or two others. A search for "Australia" proves me wrong. Only one thing referencing New Zealand in the 1980s: https://InfoGalactic.com/info/List_of_alleged_pedophilia_elites, though they don't consider Hobbits children.

I like how you explained how they focused away from the celebrity billionaire lifestyle. Another angle on Epstein often overlooked is his business investments into the technocracy of control, Israel, eugenics, and such. Some are covering that angle well too - including James Corbett, Whitney Webb, Derrick Broze, Jason Bermas, Ryan Cristian, Ryan Dawson, etc.

Armed Citizens Are Attempting To Stop Looters In Minneapolis! “Justice For Floyd But We Don’t Support Looting” by TheDayum in videos

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You know, to calm folks down.

I'll sue you... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Agreed.

My first exposure to this idea: /s/StarTrek/comments/adk/star_trek_the_next_generation_the_high_ground/ By far, my favourite episode for daring to shed light on the perspective of the underdog "terrorist" resisting the monopoly on violence and full spectrum dominance.

Armed Citizens Are Attempting To Stop Looters In Minneapolis! “Justice For Floyd But We Don’t Support Looting” by TheDayum in videos

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Even if it was "30 on 2" - who are the supposed to be the "authorities"? Until there's actual overwhelming violence to retreat from, they claim to be. I don't know if there were more or less than 30 people were standing around the 1 cop kneeling on the neck and the other cop standing by, but it shouldn't matter if they are legitimate - which obviously neither case, nor the institution is.

I don't mean to dissect you, but your statement. I often lapse in to the programmed groupthink mindset and slap my forehead but appreciate it when folks point it out - not just for me but for all the readers and lurkers too.

Full disclosure: I haven't delved into that particular ongoing regional crisis, intentionally. I'm kind of in stall/procrastination/vacay mellow mode. Focusing on the CSS was good half pulling me out of my news addiction. Aside from the remaining issues I can't get past I think the Ergonomix is done, finally, for good. I still have much left do on SadItron to get it on par. Then some banners and 40+ applications of them, and then I can really focus on my story for September.

Armed Citizens Are Attempting To Stop Looters In Minneapolis! “Justice For Floyd But We Don’t Support Looting” by TheDayum in videos

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Obviously I wasn't there, but I suspect they certainly could have done something to stop it. Even making a gesture to stop it, whether they planned to carry through, would have likely made a difference. In short, I think you're giving them too much credit. This is their fucking job - allegedly. Firemen risk their lives (within reason), and the police are not paid to stand around and watch crime - unless it serves their totalitarian purpose, funding, etc.

Have the Boomers Pinched Their Children’s Futures? - with Lord David Willetts (47:25) ~ The Royal Institution, 2020-01-23 by JasonCarswell in Sociology

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I wrote that only referring to his introduction about large generations. There's much more of interest in this whole lecture.

Have the Boomers Pinched Their Children’s Futures? - with Lord David Willetts (47:25) ~ The Royal Institution, 2020-01-23 by JasonCarswell in Sociology

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This is a terrific A++ inter-generational economic analysis (not limited to criticizing Boomers), perhaps too dry for most. I debated also posting it in /s/economics but wasn't sure anyone would care much. Perhaps someone researching it might find it useful so...

Mirror post:
/s/economics/comments/4ktx/repost_have_the_boomers_pinched_their_childrens/
/s/Sociology/comments/4kn5/have_the_boomers_pinched_their_childrens_futures/ - main conversation

Have the Boomers Pinched Their Children’s Futures? - with Lord David Willetts (47:25) ~ The Royal Institution, 2020-01-23 by JasonCarswell in Sociology

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Yes and no. I agree obviously on some level. They were/are as manipulated as the Greatest Generation, the Gen X, and the Millennials, and the Zoomers. They made the ruling class lots of wealth and power and went along with their wars and covert ops and so forth, building the excessive military and oppressing the world.

However, if you actually watch this video, you'll see that he's not "blaming" the Boomers so much as pointing out that they have (unconsciously, due to the ruling class' systems) "pinched" or "stolen" - or as I'd say without the negative connotations "accumulated" - the majority of the wealth (besides that owned by the ruling class), prosperity, and opportunity that have been rigged to be out of reach for the majority of successive generations.

Sure many of the Boomers "woke" up and have tried their best. But most of them did not. Just as now, many of other generations are also sleeping sheeple and are responsible for not rising up and resisting the rigged corrupt unfair systems.

Hong Kong is Lost by [deleted] in WorldPolitics

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Witness the beginning of the rise of the New Chinese Empire!!!

How I'll remember the Kung Flu panic of 2020 by Sw0rdofDam0cles in Christianity

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Killer!

I'll sue you... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Good stuff! Classic. Reposted: /s/VaccineSkepticism/comments/4kiq/truth_in_media_vaccine_court_and_autism_1028_ben/

I actually doubt that if she sued them that she would even get the names (and addresses) she might want to hunt them down and exact revenge. (Give them birthday presents?)

I'm not a fan of violence or lawlessness or revenge, but sometimes "terrorism" becomes the only means of self-defense, though often ineffective by that point.

Have the Boomers Pinched Their Children’s Futures? - with Lord David Willetts (47:25) ~ The Royal Institution, 2020-01-23 by JasonCarswell in Sociology

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Ironically this is before the manufactured coronavirus crisis, and the stock market pillaging of the Boomers' wealth, again as in 2008. And now this "pandemic" and eugenics programs seem to be aimed at taking as many Boomer "useless eaters" down as possible.

There are pros and cons to large generations. A large school class gets you less attention and personalized education. The small class in the year before a large class won't have all the resources that could be made available to that large class - but a small class after would have MUCH more plus the personalize attention.

Larry Sanger (co-founder of Wikipedia) recent tweet - Child sex trafficking—by elites—is a horrible reality. Below, I outline the case for this claim. Please share with friends so they can wake up. by [deleted] in conspiracy

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True enough, but it doesn't negate the trafficking, abuse, etc. I believe it's real and more than just a psyop.

Why optical media is heavily underrated by Handroid7 in technology

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I still miss my collection of thousands of CDs, some rare.

Also CDs etc can be bleached and ruined forever if left in the sun, ie on a window ledge - especially burnable discs.

User on stream shows that he has made multiple alts to bot posts on saidit. Will you please try to deal with this issue, because there should be ways of stemming people from creating multiple alts whether it be via a limit of accounts per IP, or making Email verification a mandatory thing. by TestDummy in SaidIt

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I agree. It's on ALL of us to remain vigilante to abuses like this and to call them out. Thanks to the OP for bringing this info and raising our collective awareness.

Were the bot accounts identified?

Hong Kong is Lost by [deleted] in WorldPolitics

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Great stuff, especially their Five Major Demands.

Sheriffs: We Took An Oath To The Constitution, Not to Governors & Lockdowns (36:53) ~ Spiro Skouras [Spiro interviews three democratically elected sheriffs who actually serve and protect the people and their rights.] by JasonCarswell in Justice_v_Injustice

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Indeed. And I'm quite certain many of the people they arrest or worse don't agree with the "justice" handed down by them. Worse still, they may be just talking the good talk and acting differently. Yet if they are to be believed, they would be the lesser of evils compared to examples of countless other abuses happening.

I SpokeIt... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Depends what you mean by "fake".

The most extreme view I know of is Dr. Andrew Kaufman who is very critical of our fundamental understanding of what "viruses" really are and our whole methodology is profoundly flawed.

There are countless other health-care professionals, doctors, and scientists who do not say the virus is "fake" yet rather exclaim that we've over-reacted to the extreme to this COVID-19 that is demonstrably less-fatal than the common flu. This over-reaction IS a profound scam on MANY political and economic levels. There's more than enough evidence in /s/Coronavirus, including as Dr. Kaufman interviews.