Geopolitics; Trump’s Tibet arrow is going to pierce CCP’s defenses, posted Nov.21.2020 see comment, 3.4 min by Marginotions in politics

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USA abandons "One China" policy, Tibet becomes first domino. Arrows, or Dominoes? iow, aim for a target, or setup a collapse sequence? See Domino Theory

TheDuran Reviews Trump’s Legal Team presser, "Enough evidence to overturn any election" (livestream from Nov.19 47 min, skipped intro, see comment for more) by Marginotions in politics

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A. Mercouris suggests Britain as foreign, central source of a conspiracy to interfere (5:14). Viewers don't need to see entire show (half hour is enough, wrap-up, stream-chats begin 35:15) to glean most of the Duran's appraisal, which is cautious but plausible.

Raw Data Confirms in 68 Seconds Tens of Thousands of Votes Switched | Zooming, Simone Gao 18.8 min

Brian Trascher on Frankfurt-CIA data center op | newsmax

QFS explained, annotated version by Marginotions in DecentralizeAllThings

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"The physical GPS location between sender and receiver will be set up to provide unbreakable security when it was ledger-ed with regard to who sent it, and what account received it"

... QFS relies on a functioning GPS, so if something goes terribly wrong in low earth orbit (the arena of GPS) the ability to do financial transactions halts.

Another point, since possession means having something with you, iow in the same location (like in your pocket) the GPS essential is a great idea. However, the real assets in question are in the possession of their reserve, while the de jure owners have possession only via the digital proxy for them, being linked to the real items via the chain of transactions recorded since the "coins" were created. IOW, the various digital "owners" down the chain never get de facto access to the real stuff, so these assets are forever in virtual space. You have to trust the reserve de facto owners that the real stuff is still there.

What is Freedom, what is Slavery? by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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freedom vs liberty

Why do we see "Liberty" on gov't coins, never 'freedom'?

Why do we have a Statue of Liberty, not Statue of Freedom?

With Govern meant control, we have no choice, except exit (by death or other means of escape).

Reset the Dots, Swamp Drain begins to flush, Dark Winter not to be by Marginotions in Futurology

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This post transferred from s\debatealtright, a toxic community.

Reset the Dots, Swamp Drain begins to flush, Dark Winter not to be by [deleted] in debatealtright

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let me give you some advice

Ignore my posts.

Trying Dot-cons; tag political infestigation by Marginotions in debatealtright

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No, literalotherkin, open forum here. Username Marginotions, which means marginal notions, which means off RR tracks. This is my style, so take it or leave it be.

Steve Turley narrates several items that secure the Nov.3 Federal election in favor of Republicans 10 min, see comment for timeline by Marginotions in politics

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"Republicans control every lever of power"

  • legal challenges, with moxie (6:26)

  • support in every (political) race (7:14)

  • emphasis "legal and verifiable votes" (7:42)

  • state legislatures (Republican) assign electoral college electors (8:08)

  • Republicans have majorities in House, Senate, and Supreme Court (9:43)

Infowars consultant Steve Pieczenik reveals ballots were watermarked with QFS encryption - US Election 2020 6.5 min see comment for more by Marginotions in politics

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I already answered this in my original comment, but since you did not inspect it, a more precise version is in MOAF: 2020 Laissez Faire entrapment strategy? Election was bait!, scroll down.

Caution: Your comment employed italics on "is" (capitalized), which is not easily distinguished from /s (the slash mark is not a letter), which happens to be abbrev. for sarcasm.

"We're not here to take part, we're here to take over." A note on perspective. by Markimus in debatealtright

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What about the probability that someone other than Trump, with both bucks and cojones could yet appear, and follow a successful path to make an affirmative difference for whitey? Zero, or nonzero?

Reminder that no matter what happens, White America already lost this election by cisheteroscum in debatealtright

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Excellent ass cessment, CHS, and absolutely,

we can only expect things to get worse, no matter what (happens with Trump),
but worse at a faster rate if Trump "officially loses" the election according to TPTB.

Yes, Trump did some Right things, but among the many major muckups, was doing nothing about Lamestream media, and using Twitter instead of striking them out, as RD Steele has so clearly expressed.

Nov. 3 look at JBS, de Alt that's Right by Marginotions in debatealtright

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Or, just ignore me. Bye.

Is the culture war lost. by jet199 in politics

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Tucker C: (corrupt) Media hates Trump with an all-consuming mania (see comment on mania) 5.9 min by Marginotions in corruption

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So right, jet199. see my comment to jackblack.

Tucker C: (corrupt) Media hates Trump with an all-consuming mania (see comment on mania) 5.9 min by Marginotions in corruption

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No jackblack, your perception is broken. Capitalism is just another game, not blackjack, roulette. Tucker just happened to choose a good number, and the ball happened to land on it. Yes, it may be a devil of a game (The sum of all the numbers on the roulette wheel (from 0 to 36) is 666, which is the "Number of the Beast".), but that's life; it ain't fair, that's just the way it is, whine as you might, it will always be so.

Tucker C: (corrupt) Media hates Trump with an all-consuming mania (see comment on mania) 5.9 min by Marginotions in corruption

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all consuming mania per Trump

Note on websearch links: self-updating, highly reliable (no file-not-found errors), freedom to select

Con Fessions of a Filosofer Kang by Marginotions in debatealtright

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I like the sentiments (ends), hate the modi operandi (means).

Con Fessions of a Filosofer Kang by Marginotions in debatealtright

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being declared public utilities

Let's them continue as ever. u/send_nasty_stuff is right, they've been mucking with algorithms, superimposing (LoL) on CERTAIN parties. Remove all algorithms, anything goes.

Con Fessions of a Filosofer Kang by Marginotions in debatealtright

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Brilliant. Kudos.

THE PLOT AGAINST THE PRESIDENT - DOCUMENTARY. Oct.9.2020 1.5 hr by Marginotions in corruption

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1:23:10 "If the people in charge of guarding the State, choose to turn against the State, the State is defenseless."
1:25:47 "The most powerful organs of the State are not merely corrupt, they've been weaponized, to go after perceived domestic enemies."
1:28:42 Aristotle called moral courage the chief of all virtues, because if you don't have courage, you can't be honorable... shut those agencies DOWN.

edit Nov.12 As of now, many folks in USA and around the world are accepting the media narrative that Biden/Harris won the Nov.3 election. IOW the plot against Trump was a success. Trump and his supporters (all over the world, not just in his admin.) don't see it that way. The election process is not terminated by media declarations, it's determined by constitutional processes. So the results are not official yet. The plot continues to develop. So consider the video here as part 1. We should expect a sequel part 2 on the election and its aftermath (pun intended) leading to the ultimate result, wherein Trump continues his perilous conflict with the Deep State Powers aligned against him as he and his team continue to Drain the Swamp. The drain process has already begun, see Ok, Nov.11.2020 political gleanings.

Image-inning communism, beliefs vs reality by Marginotions in communismwatch

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Anti Trust for Big Tech part 1; gaslight shines on election eve by Marginotions in politics

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phone companies must be regulated

That's a mite foggy. AT&T (aka Ma Bell) was broken up in anti-trust action (one time), which is not the same as regulation (all the time).

However, if phone companies were classified as militias ('cause they must spy on everyone via NSA) they would be Constitutional (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=militias+Constitutional&t=h_&ia=web).

US Indie Race (never to the Right post election night?) by Marginotions in politics

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Joshua Wilson, FBI child porn maven as center stage hunter, the Biden case by Marginotions in corruption

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Heads up on link content, in case you skipped over it; I've been reading the free pdf book linked above, Peter Schweizer's Secret Empires (how the American political class hides corruption, enriches family and friends). Very readable and interesting. Schweizer is an "early adopter" of a corruption "conspiracy theory" that's actually true. I believe that if Trump resumes presidency, it will be a broadening meme and national scandal. It is already, but it will grow.

everett rogers diffusion of innovations... includes another free book, now classic.
blowing whistle on corruption as innovation

Why some US citizens vote Trump by Marginotions in politics

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Meanwhile, Biden is a blackmailed puppet. A vote for him is a vote for Jeff Epstein's commarades/ camarades, like the CCP.

Why some US citizens vote Trump by Marginotions in politics

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So sayeth ye mucking postmodern liberal, arrogant snobs.

Survey of Intergroup Competition by Marginotions in politics

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Reco for likewise thinking; Paul Craig Roberts.

October 19th's political harvest hunter by Marginotions in politics

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Here is a laudable opinion Why some US citizens vote Trump

Joshua Wilson, FBI child porn maven as center stage hunter, the Biden case (xpost from s\corruption) by Marginotions in politics

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Indeed (not in theory). If we consider that list of American habits as lost assets, we have had (un)civil asset forfeiture for something like a century now, getting worse, until Trump arrived on the DCene. Let's hope he can carry on, telling the zombie class (aka 'the swamp') "you're fired!", and it actually happens. (He can maybe say the nearly the same thing to an armed military squad facing one zombie at a time, ok with me.)

'I didn’t vote for Trump in 2016, I didn’t believe him. But I’d crawl over broken glass to vote for him now.' — David Sound, the Federalist Oct.9 by Marginotions in politics

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others agree enough to repost this

NPR affiliate in Tacoma WA took issue with weatherman Cliff Mass' comparison of the destruction in Seattle to Kristallnacht, the "Night of Broken Glass" in 1938; by Ari Hoffman Aug.7.2020