gab: "We have a bank. We have a payment processor. The enemies of freedom have lost." by salvia_d in conspiracy

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I think it's a good thing, precisely because he "was so critically broad" when he should have been more specific about which Jews are culpable. This sets an example for folks to learn from. Or maybe the whole exercise is for naught and it all remains moot.

I strongly disagree. It is definitely a bad thing. It appears that free speech is not a principled value for Gab.

It's easy to support free speech as an idea for things that one agrees with.

Free speech is a value when an individual supports if for ideas and statements that one despises.

Jason. I'm quite confident that free speech is one of your core values. Free speech is under siege. Many people read and agree with your comments. We should avoid shooting from the hip when free speech is concerned.

Don't your agree? ;-)

The War on Terror's Total Cost: $5,900,000,000,000: And counting. The real question: Is America any safer? by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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It's safer for the oligarchy, who see the citizens as the real enemy.

"Blueprint For Radical Progressive Change From Ralph Nader pt. 3" The Jimmy Dore Show (2019-01-03) on YouTube by JasonCarswell in books

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He's the greatest single American of all time.

For close to 40 years (1980) Ralph has been scheming up a plan with anyone who wants to join to get the American citizenry to take our country back.

America gave up on him. Yet he still hasn't given up on America.

He has my vote for Philosopher-King.

When asked what his first action would be as Philosopher-King he replied, "Abdicate."

gab: "We have a bank. We have a payment processor. The enemies of freedom have lost." by salvia_d in conspiracy

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Hmm... Interesting.

These are some clever characters. Could be a coincidence.

Didn't help that the guy who was banned was so critically broad.

Definitely inconsistent with the free speech myth at Gab. Could be controlled opposition.

gab: "We have a bank. We have a payment processor. The enemies of freedom have lost." by salvia_d in conspiracy

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What happened?

An Unreasonable Man (Ralph Nader Documentary) by [deleted] in Documentaries

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Should the "funny" vote be called the "fun" vote? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Fun is the key. You should combine fun... + Key...

Funkey!

"Ralph Nader Debunks “Spoiler Vote” Shaming pt. 1" The Jimmy Dore Show (2019-01-03) on YouTube by JasonCarswell in books

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He's asked questions about building 7.

9/11: So They Gave Us This Explaination by Jesus in conspiracy

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What are your figures, and what is the supporting evidence?

"Ralph Nader Debunks “Spoiler Vote” Shaming pt. 1" The Jimmy Dore Show (2019-01-03) on YouTube by JasonCarswell in books

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IMO: Ralph Nader is the greatest American of all time. (Eugene Debs = #2)

No one has singularly helped so many, and asked for so little in return.

Edit: I stand by this statement, and would ask anyone who to watch the trailer to the Ralph Nader documentary, "An Unreasonable Man".

Submitted in (https://saidit.net/s/Documentaries/)

Link to the full version is in the comments.

9/11: So They Gave Us This Explaination by Jesus in conspiracy

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The Zionist and the Neocons were going for maximum casualties, to frame Arab Muslims maximally.

What makes this event even crazier, is the fact that many Americans are so brainwashed by corporate conditioning that they allowed their coworkers to convince them to remain in a burning building.

Oppression by Orangutan in whatever

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This meme is missing something crucial. The word "Government" is missing a qualifying adjective to complete the story.
It should say "Corporate Government".

The government doesn't care about most of the details on this list. It cares about popular support, and votes.

The business class has hijacked the govt through regulatory capture, and campaign finance.

Corporate power is the real enemy. Corporations are clever enough to masquerade as social benefactors; using the government as a weapon against the general public.

Thought experiment time:

Try to imagine this meme as a billboard in your community in its current form.

Some govt employees may be uncomfortable with it, but it probably wouldn't cause major issue, cause it doesn't challenge real power. Might make the local news in a superficial way.

Now consider this billboard with theCorporate Government qualifying adjective. Every politician would get a phonecall that morning from executives demanding the removal of that sign. The cops would show up at your home to encourage it's removal. The news would ignore it; suppressing the idea.

Government is a tool.
Corporate power is the real enemy.

Should the "funny" vote be called the "fun" vote? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Should the "funny" vote be called the "fun" vote? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Hey business man, you can't dress like me...

:-)

(LUNAR ECLIPSE HAPPING RIGHT NOW) January 2019 lunar eclipse: How to watch the super blood wolf moon eclipse by Tom_Bombadil in science

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I like to imagine flat Earthers pondering a flat explanation for this.

"You don't have a credit card?!" by Vigte in VigtesSickofThisShit

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Caveat to that:. Be doubly careful of fake ATMs and stolen numbers. If they take money out of your account, then it's way harder to recover.
Screw credit card companies, though.

Saidit is becoming an echo chamber by wizzwizz4 in SaidIt

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I agree. Nader is the man, and he still got fucked over.

However, from Bernie's position he could see that fighting this would ruin his name for all of MSM history. He's just like everyone else.

Should the "funny" vote be called the "fun" vote? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Kensington, darling.... We should plan some leisure time. Summer in the Hamptons, and enjoy some levity...