Women for Trump vs. women for Sanders by Chipit in PoliticalHumor

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Meh. It wouldn't be difficult to find Trump Grannies and juxtapose them with Bernie Babes. It's all tribal nonsense anyway.

Jews Panic As New Court Ruling Could Lead To Israel Being Flooded With Black Africans by wisdom37 in Israel

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Hooray!

Fair is fair.

Sociopath Cambridge Professor: 'The only solution for climate change is letting the human race become extinct' by sproketboy in news

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I think this is a terrific idea.

We'll start with Washington DC, Wall Street, Hollywood, London Inc, Vatican, Israel, The House Of Saud, The House Of Windsor - and all professors.

Sound reasoning by Lowkey2017 in CringeAnarchy

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My ex-wife was Vice's manager for a while. Sounds like she didn't dig it.

Coronavirus is biological warfare to decouple the US-China economies as a prelude to US attacking China in a fighting war by occult_symbolism in conspiracy

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The online conspiracy community would likely support a war

What makes you say that?

Most conspiracy communities I know are against war, corruption, and propaganda - and they'd see through such efforts.

Also, the "online conspiracy community has generally been pro trump USA" doesn't ring true either.

TIL U.S sprayed nearly 20 million gallons of chemical herbicides and defoliants during Vietnam war as a part of Operation Ranch Hand. Longstanding effects of the sprayed chemicals led to approximately 400,000 deaths and at least 500,000 children born with congenital disorders in Vietnam by magnora7 in corruption

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It's stuff like this that make me retch every time someone goes off on the "commies" - as if we're the good guys. As if "we" meant we. ("We" didn't win the Superbowl. A few guys on the team did. "We" watched.)

The real battle is between the ruling class and everyone else. #FightElitesNotEachOther

Offensive jokes logged in ‘non-crime’ databases by Vigte in news

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SaidIt is not an exception to political correctness either. Apparently many folks on SaidIt get offended by sexual humour and make enough stink about it to get M7 burdened (and offended). (Meanwhile there's no shortage of racist, anti-gay, anti-Muslim, and anti-commie sentiment.) Comedy's gone totally tragic.

There it is folks, straight from the donkey's mouth, a direct admission by the head of the Israeli government that they've worked to undermine US law and individual freedom. by x0x7 in WorldPolitics

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They finally understand why Hitler had a beef (though vegetarian).

Muslim African Migrant Anally Raped Wheelchair-Bound Woman by REDISCOM in news

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Credible news outlets have a responsibility to be as clear and transparent as possible to provide a genuine public service. Otherwise they are whores for the Benjamin$ - like most of the rest of the world. Settle for being like the rest, or stand above. Serve the manipulative and exploitative corrupt corporatocracy, or be authentic and find real value.

Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden nominated for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize - Defend WikiLeaks by zyxzevn in WikiLeaks

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Wikileaks Made by the N.S.A. - Full Documentary (1:49:02)
~ Through the Aether, 2017-08-08

Show notes:

Richard Hall mirrored video (All 4 Parts)

In conspiracy circles Wikileaks generates much excitement. But not at Richplanet. Whenever you hear the words “Assange” or “Wikileaks” in relation to some new “leak”, there are the questions you ought to be asking yourself : What is the ulterior motive for this leak and am I being taken for a ride here? In today’s programme, for the first time anywhere I reveal just how much of a handled entity Julian Assange is. Assange is not an independent activist, but is chauffeured around by establishment handlers. He is not a wanted criminal, he is not being given asylum, he is not a whistleblower, he is not an advocate of freedom of information. He is an intelligence created tool being used to front one of the biggest psy-ops currently in operation on this planet. Wikileaks is funded and supported by globalists who are using it for a number of agendas.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQwCjFkhLbdpsu1xUDm7oGA
http://www.richplanet.net/
http://www.checktheevidence.com/cms/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/throughtheether

Trump Officially Acquitted of Impeachment Charges in Senate. The Impeachment Trial Is Over by magnora7 in politics

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The distraction was never meant to be effective.

A saidit formatting oddity, how can I fix it? by kazenmusic in AskSaidIt

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https://saidit.net/wiki/commenting

Double space at the end of a line or paragraph = line break aka </br>

If you put a dash "-" in the line before a line or paragraph you'll get a nice space between, bigger than the default, as the space above this sentence is bigger than the default between the first two lines. If you put a dash with a space or more it becomes a bullet point.

 

If you use an "&" followed by "nbsp;" followed by two line ending spaces after it you get the biggest space (an empty line) above this line. That non-breaking-space (plus 2 spaces) can be used as much...

 

 

 

 

 

 

...as you like.

 

I haven't seen your formatting issue but I'm curious about it. The wiki page above is open to additions + improvements.

Socialism a proven a failure by nygal in politics

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Socialism is how you have an Army, a Navy, the Marines, an Air Force, NASA, the Space Force, CIA, FBI, NSA, Homeland Security, Guantanamo Bay, endless perpetual wars, governments that deny you health care yet force a police state upon you with an excessive prison industrial complex, Big Pharma industrial complex, disaster capitalism, and now surveillance capitalism.

You can't have capitalism without the socialism safety net for the powers that be. They will let all of it crumble - except the government, their banks, and their military/police.

Too big to fail is socialism that means you're too small to succceed.

Couple build homemade island in Vancouver and live on it for 24 years by magnora7 in videos

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Living the dream life is a lot of work. Here's another video on them:

27 YEARS Living Off-Grid on a Self-Built Island Homestead
~ Exploring Alternatives, 2019-12-17

Muslim African Migrant Anally Raped Wheelchair-Bound Woman by REDISCOM in news

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IMO he looks like he could be anything. A virtual Golgo 13 (of no specific origin).

Muslim African Migrant Anally Raped Wheelchair-Bound Woman by REDISCOM in news

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Wow. That's deep information I was not aware of. You and Jesus seem to have much of the unspoken lowdown on folks covered. Very appreciated.

/r/Europe users can't stop crapping on America and NATO. "Bleah... It just makes me sick. The money they invest in military in USA is just gross." by Chipit in MeanwhileOnReddit

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The USA is USA's greatest enemy. They failed to attack their enemies, foreign (Zion) AND DOMESTIC.

"See something, say something?" by Robin in WikiLeaks

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A+++

SaidIt Maintenance Now by d3rr in SaidIt

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Donate frequently and vigorously!

Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden nominated for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize - Defend WikiLeaks by zyxzevn in WikiLeaks

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I thought all their information is true.

But it's limited. Not enough on 9/11 etc.

And media coverage of it is limited, skewed, twisted, and spun. Limited hangout.

Home job tattoo ✡️ by Lowkey2017 in CringeAnarchy

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Seeking employment: professional idiot.

THC/ CBD in Algae and how it could Save The Planet, 🌍 by humanbias in environment

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I like aquaponics videos on YouTube. Maybe some videos can be made. Maybe a fusion of aquaponics and Cannalgae can be developed - one for every home!

"A bore is someone who deprives you of solitude without providing you with company." - Oscar Wilde by magnora7 in quotes

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The later part of his life was tragic.

I guess the curtains were pretty bad too.

YouTuber Uses Neural Networks to Upscale 1896 Short Film to 4K 60 FPS | TechSpot by DeWhoDeWho in technology

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This is super exciting (and scary).

If you have low resolution work, whether an old 720x486 NTSC TV video as was prevalent from before 2010 there is potential to up-rez it.

If you can up-rez that, then before you know it, you can do stick figure drawings and have them up-rezzed. At that point you might as well just talk to the computer.

Then you won't need animators anymore.

The Joy of Hating White People by FullBloodedWhiteMale in politics

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I hate little green men.

But I like the sexy green women on Star Trek.

Does that make me a greenist or a member of the Green Party?

Note: I love Legion of Green Men

The app tasked with reporting the results of the Iowa caucus has crashed, delaying the results (AKA election rigging) by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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Vegas slot machines have more regulation.

I'm having trouble connecting to SaidIt. Is there an attack on or something?

CIA coup map by Robin in history

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A+++

2 Climate Skeptic Videos by JasonCarswell in ClimateSkeptics

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WTF are we even talking about here.

Global warming in one word: Greenland

It was confusing and unclear. But your other words helped.

" That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and because it is the right thing to do, is indeed without a doubt, a real superhero. " ~ Stan Lee by JasonCarswell in quotes

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LOL. When I typed it, I was thinking it was redundant and could be much simpler.

  • simply = self evident
  • it should or must be done = redundant same diff
  • it is the right thing to do = same but different
  • is indeed without a doubt = redundant same diff again
  • real = authentically redundant again

Simplified : " Who ever helps others, as it's the right thing to do, is a superhero. "

Thank you every from IP2 and elsewhere for the surge in donations, we can now afford to upgrade our servers! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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They were in Switzerland but I think the DDoS forced them to move on.

Today I learned that Heather O'Rourke, the little girl from Steven Spielberg's "Poltergeist", officially died of "infection caused by a ruptured bowel" after filming Poltergeist III. Again, she died of rectal trauma at the ripe old age of 12. Spielberg flew on Epstein's jet. by Chipit in conspiracy

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Agreed, except the last part.

Chronic constipation, possibly medically induced, or worse things - we can't ever know what happened, but I wouldn't count him in or out without more evidence. There's more to the story.

Spielberg is certainly no stranger to stretching and twisting the truth for his propaganda.

What are some good Philosophical Novels? by yaboihenry5678 in books

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The Fountainhead was by Ayn Rand in 1943 (with a movie I haven't seen yet), who is also notable for 1957's Atlas Shrugged, both fiction among others in non-fiction.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fountainhead
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fountainhead_(film)
The Fountainhead (1949) - IMDb 7.1/10

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayn_Rand

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_Shrugged
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_Shrugged_(film_series)
Atlas Shrugged: Part I (2011) - IMDb 5.6/10
Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike (2012) - IMDb 5.4/10
Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? (2014) - IMDb 4.3/10

Nietzsche wrote a bunch of other stuff too, but I don't know them to recommend them other than maybe Will To Power.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thus_Spoke_Zarathustra
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Nietzsche

 

You didn't get very specific.

It really depends what kind of philosophy you like with your novel - how deep, and what for, or what freedoms you seek. All these have very deep and quirky ideas about all sorts of stuff - and there are so many in between. Depends how much story you want and how much philosophy - or how much you like drugs and innerspace or on the road shamanism or sci-fi and outerspace or something formal.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franz_Kafka
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Paul_Sartre
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Miller
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Kerouac
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Brautigan
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italo_Calvino
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Anton_Wilson
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Robbins
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Coupland
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neal_Stephenson

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Confederacy_of_Dunces
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_People's_History_of_the_United_States
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acid_Dreams_(book)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bardo_Thodol aka The Tibetan Book of the Dead
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brave_New_World
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contact_(novel) by Carl Sagan
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrano_de_Bergerac_(play)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dune_(novel) and sequels by Frank Herbert
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fahrenheit_451
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gödel,_Escher,_Bach
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_Jest
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Livingston_Seagull
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neo-American_Church Boo Hoo Bible (I have one, very rare, bought from Winona Ryder's dad, Michael Horowitz, Timothy Leary's archivist.)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stray_Toasters graphic novel
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tao_Te_Ching
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Art_of_War
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dancing_Wu_Li_Masters
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Electric_Kool-Aid_Acid_Test
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hitchhiker's_Guide_to_the_Galaxy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Paper_Bag_Princess
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Psychedelic_Experience
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Songs_of_Distant_Earth
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tao_of_Pooh
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Teachings_of_Don_Juan
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walden
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zen_and_the_Art_of_Motorcycle_Maintenance

I haven't read but maybe:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli

Among my faves, I suspect you can't go wrong with these:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steppenwolf_(novel) and
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siddhartha_(novel) by
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermann_Hesse

 

Boy Scouts of America declares bankruptcy in the wake of sexual abuse scandal by supertms38 in WorldNews

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Yep. My brothers have 2 girls and one of each and none of them went into scouts/guides. No one to pass down my valuable junk. I don't know what changed in scouts or culture since the 80s to make it less of an option that anything else, like say piano lessons, swimming, or other sports. There's no shortage of scouts in the movies. I was out by 13 or 14 as it wasn't really cool enough for me in highschool, I'd got to the top, and I wasn't interested in Venturers or military after that.

Boobs and weed were not really an option for me until the last couple years of highschool, though there was no shortage of effort on my part. Then I moved out at 16 and again at 17 and had other things to worry about and went to college early.

Sailing was great. Get your son into that! No rush (unless you like racing), unlike stink (motor) boats - pitting you against nature, or you with nature. A handy skill that also teaches physics and other skills.

My scouting had little to nothing to do with the sea, sadly - in either place. I started as a Sea Scout in London, moved to Windsor to a new land scout troop and kept my uniform. By shirt was navy blue instead of forest green, and the US had beige shirts. In those days the borders were much more open and we all crossed over often for jamborees etc.

Women for Trump vs. women for Sanders by Chipit in PoliticalHumor

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I guess, but I hardly think Trump is really in favour of freedom - other than freedom for the ruling class.

Trump doesn't dislike Islam. He shared that glowing ball with Saudi's who host the worst kind, Wahhabism, the real bad apples of all the Muslims.

America's enemies are just largely propagandists ideas.

And Sanders is an old fashioned centrist, with the spine of a jellyfish. He can talk a lot of good stuff, but gets none done - and he was a coward when it counted in 2016.

" That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and because it is the right thing to do, is indeed without a doubt, a real superhero. " ~ Stan Lee by JasonCarswell in quotes

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Good skills. Lazarus was a neat trick too. He should resurrect himself and save us now. I'd prefer water turned to ketamine. Less needed, might be easier.

Similarly, the Bodhisattva is my super hero. Wish I were so zen. To leave the world, shamanically (not as a priest under "leadership", and not as an astronaut), and to return - transformed as a Buddha.

As far as Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse goes, I finally watched it. I knew it was amazing and procrastinated until I was ready to study it. A decent strong story with a dynamic exploratory vision with an exceptional team to pull it off. Major milestones in groundbreaking animation were achieved on many many levels - from subtle characterizations to compositing design in motion to epic visual grandeur to completely original action and cinematography never seen before.

Washington Post argues screw democracy, let elites decide the Democratic nomination. Democracy dies in darkness indeed. by Chipit in politics

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Fair enough. I suppose civil war will either happen after the breaking point in the wreckage - or happen before to expedite issues - all undoubtedly according to "their" plans.

I'm writing a story set around 2045-2050, because I can't imagine things past the singularity. And half the stuff I imagine becomes real too soon. (I've been working on it since 2001.) It starts in Canada, into the Atlantic, then to Venezuela, then space. I manage to avoid the USA yet have it be a terrible place to avoid at all costs. Maybe you can pitch in 2 cents when I have it more presentable.

IRC Chat Gone? :( by Enza in SaidIt

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My screenplay/graphic novel is far from ready to even be read much less be blocked. They might preemptively censor it, but I assure you nothing in it is gross or sexual. But I hope my ideas are offensive to the establishment and revolutionary, maybe only in spirit, or hopefully as a catalyst for a movement (unless there's already a movement I'm unaware of).

17 people have died outside China from the Coronavirus as of Feb 22, 2020. Compared to 2,345 deaths within China. by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Maybe organizing all this info into a contextually comprehensive Wikispooks article is in order? I'd be willing to give it a try with some help.

Great video btw.

17 people have died outside China from the Coronavirus as of Feb 22, 2020. Compared to 2,345 deaths within China. by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Almost like a perfectly engineered storm.

Chinese girl with French accent hilariously disappointed by slow Canadian trains by Chipit in videos

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Why me? Selective freedom is not freedom.

It was a joke. Stop taking things so literally. I said nothing gross. All the gross stuff was in your imagination.

Chinese girl with French accent hilariously disappointed by slow Canadian trains by Chipit in videos

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Yet you dwell on it.

You don't even know me, or what I look like. Is sex is a taboo topic among adults now? Have the SJWs and conservatives won where discussion of natural attractions and activities are forbidden? Please, oh wise one, tell me which jokes are acceptable and which are not.

IRC Chat Gone? :( by Enza in SaidIt

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They're trying to take away our freedoms of communication. :P

Just seems to reset all the time now. I'd guess they're working on it, and or some other more important stuff.

Washington Post argues screw democracy, let elites decide the Democratic nomination. Democracy dies in darkness indeed. by Chipit in politics

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RationalWiki is anything but rational.

17 people have died outside China from the Coronavirus as of Feb 22, 2020. Compared to 2,345 deaths within China. by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Is a Lunar New Year a big deal in China - or anywhere? I didn't know that was a big thing.

This says a bit, but not much: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_New_Year

Bernie Sanders briefed by U.S. officials that Russia is trying to help his presidential campaign by Nemacolin in news

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Nonsense. E.S. is correct.

Boy Scouts of America declares bankruptcy in the wake of sexual abuse scandal by supertms38 in WorldNews

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It is depressing. It was once a good institution, IMO. My Dad was a Queen Scout, equivalent of a Eagle Scout. Then I and my 2 younger brothers all became Chief Scouts. (Same thing but after 1980 or 1981 Canada became a dominion no longer ruled by the Queen. LOL. Meanwhile the Governor General, aka, Chief of Canada answered directly to the Queen only.) I was also a Sea Scout, who sailed, and was the first Chief Sea Scout in SW Ontario, maybe further, and maybe the second last (my brother was one too).

Some of our leaders were better than others, obviously, like anything, ie. teachers, ministers, etc. But we never even considered sexual abuse or anything like that. The occasional dirty joke, trying to smoke, and in-fighting was the closest we'd get to doing anything "bad".

Now there's no time for the great out doors when there are video games where you can explore the great outdoors of virtually any planet, fictional or not.

There it is folks, straight from the donkey's mouth, a direct admission by the head of the Israeli government that they've worked to undermine US law and individual freedom. by x0x7 in WorldPolitics

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But why would one question why they hated the Jews? They just did. No more need be said. They hate us for our freedoms.

It's okay. There are at least 50 museums in Europe all about the genocide of the First Nations Indians, the genocide of the Irish, and the African (and White) slave trades. But only since the 1970's.

Oh, wait. Maybe not.

Collateral Murder Video projected onto UK parliament in support of Julian Assange by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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Obviously pointing out bullying behaviour will get you bullied. In that case I'd stand against the bully, America too.

He conspired with anyone with leaks. He's also a limited hangout. There's no shortage of evidence on 9/11 or on Israel influence and corruption - yet they release soooooo very little on that. He's likely a trap for authentic leakers who we may never learn of. If that's the case he can hang for all I care.

List of American federal politicians convicted of crimes - Wikipedia by Vigte in conspiracy

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All of them.

Oh, wait. It says, "convicted". I thought it said, "guilty, secretly or otherwise".

Peter Gabriel "Passion" (1989) full album, epic soundtrack to the controversial movie "The Last Temptation of Christ" directed by Martin Scorsese by JasonCarswell in music

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I always find interest in the inter-meshed histories across lifespans of artists and their contemporaries in their eras. Genesis is quite different than where Gabriel meandered to where he is now - yet a few things haven't changed. Same with the others. Nice link. Thanks.

Peter Gabriel "Passion" (1989) full album, epic soundtrack to the controversial movie "The Last Temptation of Christ" directed by Martin Scorsese by JasonCarswell in music

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See also:

Joseph Atwill's book and documentary "Caesar's Messiah" about his ideas on the origins of the messiah, Jesus Christ.

CAESAR'S MESSIAH: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus - OFFICIAL VERSION (1:23:10) ~ CAESAR'S MESSIAH, 2018-09-15

Show notes:

" Seven of today's most controversial Bible scholars reveal their shocking conclusions about the origins of Christianity. Based on the best-selling religious studies book by Joseph Atwill, this documentary shows that Jesus is not a historical figure, the events of Jesus' life were based on a Roman military campaign, his supposed second coming refers to a historical event that already occurred, the teachings of Christ came from the ancient pagan mystery schools, and the Gospels were written by a family of Caesars and their supporters, who left us documents to prove it. "

" Dissecting the history and literature of this time, the scholars show that the Gospels are a sophisticated pro-Roman multi-layered allegorical text that could not have been written by simple Jewish fishermen. Noting that the history officially provided by the Church does not hold up to rigorous scrutiny, the scholars agree that Christianity was used as a political tool to control the masses of the day, and is still being used this way today. "

" Much like the ancient era from which Christianity emerged, we are currently on the brink of an immense paradigm shift, and studying this history can help us understand modern-day politics, and give us the much-needed perspective for coming up with solutions to today's problems, in order to create the better world that we envision. "

" Featured scholars are Joseph Atwill, Robert Eisenman, John Hudson, Kenneth Humphreys, Rod Blackhirst, Acharya S / D.M. Murdock, and Timothy Freke. "

" Produced by Nlightning workZ Copyright 2012 "

https://CaesarsMessiah.com
https://CaesarsMessiahDoc.com
https://infogalactic.com/info/Caesar's_Messiah
https://infogalactic.com/info/Caesar's_Messiah
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesar's_Messiah
https://infogalactic.com/info/Powers_&_Principalities
https://infogalactic.com/info/Joseph_Atwill
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Joseph+Atwill

 

Norway’s $47BN Coastal Highway | The B1M (7:29) by JasonCarswell in Europe

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I love giant engineering projects. I find them inspiring.

I'm writing about one in my fictional /s/BittersweetSeeds project. Eventually you'll get to read/see all about it.

At the age of 72, adventurer Jean-Jacques Savin has succeeded in crossing the Atlantic Ocean in a barrel, using just the tides, winds and ocean currents. He has just set foot on French soil, after 127 days and 5,800 kilometres at sea by magnora7 in videos

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It's pretty neat.

What was even neater, IMO, was how, long before satellites and computers, they used to drop notes in bottles with the date, location, etc. and they would also collect and log them - and by accumulating all the global data over centuries they developed maps of the ocean currents, trade winds, etc.

Saidit is still undergoing maintenance to optimize CPU loads, we will probably upgrade our hardware soon by magnora7 in SaidIt

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I know it's already in the footer, but please consider putting one little linked word in the top right of the banner, "donate". It might surprise you.

I know it doesn't mean much from me or my far from presentable project, yet, but I've already included a link to SaidIt's donate pages on my project. https://infogalactic.com/info/Bittersweet_Seeds#Donation_options I'm hoping these will eventually add up to something for all of us. Unfortunately at this moment, I'm far from ready to promote it for feedback, and am still just scraping by myself.

Muslim African Migrant Anally Raped Wheelchair-Bound Woman by REDISCOM in news

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/u/Tom_Bombadil, I have to agree with Zahn. We need proof about The Albion Times. Maybe we can co-develop a WikiSpooks article that lays out the case with an abundance of examples - and for other shillery. Then you can just link to it when situations like this arise.

Do you have a guilty favourite television show? by JasonCarswell in Television

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Not at all. It's where you pitch your unique business ideas to investors. From what I recall.

Do you have a guilty favourite television show? by JasonCarswell in Television

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I feel guilty in that they are television shows - as in, a waste of time when I could be saving the world. Maybe I also feel guilty they aren't rare finds worthy of more interest.

In my mind, and I may be wrong, by embracing the sharding it might make it easier to share databases that aren't "complete". Rather than requiring a complete full database, one might be able to use a less than intact database, and collect the rest of the shards over time. Maybe I misunderstood what you and M7 did over the weekend. I thought you were recalculating the whole database, and down the road might need to again. I don't know what that entails but it might be neat if you could do that in parts, and maybe even in shard parts, then maybe it might not be such a big event - and be easier to share (and thus decentralize). Maybe I'm talking too abstractly about things I know nothing about.

I like that you don't archive stuff. I guess that's part of it too. Maybe there's a way to "archive" stuff, and then alter/build changes on it in later epochs.

I'm excited about BsS but fear I might be overselling it. But maybe not. The worst thing is knowing it's good, and not being able to show much yet. I'm ready to explode. But there's sooooooo much more to go before it's even presentable as a first pass. It's also frustrating because it starts very small and humble and builds to an epic scale - so you can't really fathom it until you understand the whole journey.

Do you have a guilty favourite television show? by JasonCarswell in Television

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My cousin likes Shark Tank and Dragon's Den. I only saw the Canadian version of one of them, I forget which, and found it droll. 9+ years ago?

While I wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating crackers, I have no interest in Paris Hilton. And cooking shows make me hungry and envious and sad at my state.

So I avoid such things and try to dig my way out of my state and focus on making the epic I would want to see. (And just maybe it might bring me some "success" to escape my state.) Some days are good and some meh, and it's taking longer than I thought to configure the whole thing, but the more progress I make the more momentum it seems to have, yet it also becomes more apparent that there's ever so much yet to do in getting it out of my head and into words and images. Obviously consumes most of my thoughts. Its exhausting and invigorating simultaneously. And it's also disappointing and refreshing to be putting the pieces in place while leaving a pile of pieces on the side. I have too much story and/or backstory for just a movie, which is kind of a waste, but it's also better than trying to fill time or something. And now I'm trying to "cut" it all down to the essentials, without wasting time or feeling rushed within 2 hours 20 minutes, roughly. (It can always be edited down in post. 2001 and Fight Club were both about that length too, though I felt the former dragged and the latter whipped by.) Really, it might work better as a mini series.

I was actually thinking about PMing you before sitting down to this. I was gonna ask if there was a way of "sharding" the SaidIt database so that you could process, say, each year - then when it's time to look back, tally, search, etc then it could just calculate the most recent year then add that to the accumulated past years. And every year you start a new shard, and add the new shard to the old shard list and re-tally their totals. Or something. Maybe I'm just talking out my ass. Or hopefully it's something to think about 1) before the next upgrade, 2) towards decentralization modularization, and 3) general efficiency. Food for thought?

Vote J. R. "Bob" Dobbs 2020 by JasonCarswell in ElectionsUSA2020

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/u/Mnemonic, I suspect you might like to know about the documentary. I didn't know about it before. I haven't found it online, or even pirate-able either.

Woodrow Wilson quote, "I am a most unhappy man..." by JasonCarswell in quotes

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Good question.

That's why I included my source who tells his tale, but he showed no proof, YET - AND I included the misattribution link.

I've "misquoted" others on purpose too, but I was more obvious about it then.

Jordan Peterson's health was terrible, but he's getting better. by JasonCarswell in JordanPeterson

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lololol