white lives matter by AXXA in memes

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So... you've got nothing to contribute.

white lives matter by AXXA in memes

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Because blacks have been in positions of privilege? (Think.)

white lives matter by AXXA in memes

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You do realize - I hope - that this has nothing to do with what I like or dislike. To assume so is juvenile. If you have anything to say or argue with regard to my argument, do so. Do you have for example anything to say in defence of this White Lives Matter image?

white lives matter by AXXA in memes

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Simply not true.

This kind of narrative can only come from a disinformation/propaganda broadcast or website. With the exception of a few criminals, BLM supporters are not like this. Get better information, look at video evidence and see for yourself that this is not true. (Also notice the whites who are creating problems at protests.)

One can also say that White Lives Matter supporters:

...are racist and want installation of racist laws such as [retiring] affirmative action. They blame everyone else for their own misery and pretend my ancestors are slave owners, while I'm irish. They want privilege and are willing to steal, loot and murder to reach their goal. They are the definition of a terrorist organisation and should be put in jail.

(BTW: My Irish/British ancestor had slaves. He said he'd not step foot on US soil if Lincoln was elected. The remaining years of his life he managed the farm while sitting at a window, directing farm hands, with a fire in the fireplace behind him year-round.)

Testimonies from the censored Deir Yassin massacre: 'They piled bodies and burned them' by socks in censorship

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How?

white lives matter by AXXA in memes

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There is an obvious context for this statement, which is a reaction to the Black Lives Matter movement and the sign they've used. It was not an issue or a comment before BLM. There have been, however, many "white people are superior" comments over the years. White Lives Matter is - for many - also another version of "white people are superior." Posts like this are the reason Saidit sometimes fails as a website. Though this is of course "free speech" it's obviously a message of division, hatred and bigotry, and doesn't help anyone. It also makes the "whites" who support this kind of statement look weak, racist, stupid, crazy, and infantile.

white lives matter by AXXA in memes

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That's like saying: minority, underrepresented and marginalized people don't matter! (If a snowflake in the highly represented group has to claim that he/she matters.)

Remember in the 1930's - 1940's when a bunch of conspiracy theorists were saying the Reichstag Fire was a false flag and Hitler was using it to take total authoritarian power? Sadly, even then 90% of the people were sheep and believed whatever government told them by Orangutan in conspiracy

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Thanks for this, and the last line reminds me that I forgot to include clergy in the list of people sent to camps. Almost 3000 supposedly parished in the camps, if not more. Excellent points in the rest of this. And as you may have seen, even Haaretz is reporting the genocide of Palestinians these days: https://saidit.net/s/censorship/comments/7puq/testimonies_from_the_censored_deir_yassin/

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Oh dear me. How can I ever forgive myself. Your obviously loaded question is in the same category of: "have you stopped beating your wife?"

Or maybe the world's a little too pussified by Tarrock in MeanwhileOnReddit

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It's a Subway ad, silly.

DMX Dies at 50 by format in Entertainment

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What a horribly disrespectful website. Here is the news:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-56687578

Remember in the 1930's - 1940's when a bunch of conspiracy theorists were saying the Reichstag Fire was a false flag and Hitler was using it to take total authoritarian power? Sadly, even then 90% of the people were sheep and believed whatever government told them by Orangutan in conspiracy

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Excellent points. Moreover - if Hitler was involved (as he may have been aware and approving) there were important members of his party who were the one's much more in control of promoting the party. Hitler often gets credit as a kind of mastermind, but he was nothing without these party leaders and his advisors. He was of course extremely helpful. But think for a moment about the work of Himmler, Goebbels and Göring in the 1930s, just to name a few.

Also, many in Europe believed in Social Darwinism (which isn't really Darwin's interest) in the 1930s (as I am sure you know; and this is a culmination of 19th century eugenics &c; there was also an important journal, called Eugenics (or similar). Many also believed that the homosexuals, communists, enemies of the state, mentally ill, gypsies, and Jews were not good Germans and were not natural members of the German state. This was not just a Nazi belief, but a nationalist trend all over Europe (for their own countries).

The main problem with Nazism - I'd argue - is the mass murder of prisoners, as this was explicitly against the peace treaties of the time. Imprisoning millions of people was not explicitly against international law. Other problems with Nazism is the control of the news media, the cancelation of free speech, and many other problems.

(I'll also respond to your other posts this weekend.)

Remember in the 1930's - 1940's when a bunch of conspiracy theorists were saying the Reichstag Fire was a false flag and Hitler was using it to take total authoritarian power? Sadly, even then 90% of the people were sheep and believed whatever government told them by Orangutan in conspiracy

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If I remember correctly (I could be wrong, and there are histories by biased historians that might say otherwise), Germans were informed by the government that the Homosexuals, Communists, enemies of the state, mentally ill, gypsies, and Jews were sent on trains to camps, until further notice. The German population may have known that some of these people were convicted of higher crimes and given the death penalty. But there was no official government document - or government-supported newspaper article - directed at the general public that admitted to the extermination or mass murder of these prisoners. I think this would have been explicitly against previous peace treaties, and it was not useful as government propaganda.

Prince Philip has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace announces by StrategicTactic in WorldNews

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That's rather mean

Prince Philip has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace announces by StrategicTactic in WorldNews

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That's rather mean

Remember in the 1930's - 1940's when a bunch of conspiracy theorists were saying the Reichstag Fire was a false flag and Hitler was using it to take total authoritarian power? Sadly, even then 90% of the people were sheep and believed whatever government told them by Orangutan in conspiracy

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Because?: we want to develop fallacies with historical events, use false equivalence arguments? You've also not noted what you compare the Reichtag Fire with.

Official STAR TREK Website Promotes COMMUNISM as the FUTURE!! by scrubking in KotakuInAction

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With all due respect - the guy in that video is a moron - and doesn't have a clue what's happenging with the TV show. Guaranteed, there will be no US TV shows promoting communiism and there is nothing communist about Start Trek.

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"He became more involved with Resurrection Houston, a Christian church and ministry, where he mentored young men and posted anti-violence videos to social media.He delivered meals to senior citizens and volunteered with other projects, such as the Angel By Nature Foundation, a charity founded by rapper Trae tha Truth. Later he became involved with a ministry that brought men from the Third Ward to Minnesota in a church-work program with drug rehabilitation and job placement services. A friend of Floyd acknowledged that Floyd "had made some mistakes that cost him some years of his life," but that he had been turning his life around through religion." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Floyd

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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Very funny, Dinosaurysus

Teen Girls Who Murdered Uber Eats Driver in DC Are Reportedly Getting Plea Deal by scrubking in politics

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they should be enslaved to the man’s male offspring for a period of no less than 5 years of servitude, or until they bore their victim at least one grandchild each

Since they’re black ...they should be removed permanently.

There is nothing redeemable in people who think like this about ciminal punishment, right BananaMan?

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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None of this. Just consider your priorities: valuing facts or lies

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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No.

For example, most churches are closed much of the week, with the exception of Sunday services and occasional weekly gatherings. Closing them a bit longer is not a major problem. People can meet online and pray at home for a few weeks.

If a church is banned, it cannot host people online or run other kinds of church services. It's not allowed to be a church if it is banned.

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Free speech on the internet is not a threat to Nigerian scammers. It's just easy for them to develop these attacks and occassionally trick people who are likely to believe anything, like COVID19 is a hoax, or masks don't help stop the spread of COVID19, or trans people want to rape you, or vaccines make your balls fall off, or Democrats will take your guns and shoot you with them, or blacks will murder and rape your family, or Jews have taken over the banks and much of the world finances, or East Asians are committing viral warfare, or whatever. Easy targets....

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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So you admit you have no idea how "banning churches" differs from "closing churches"?

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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What? I shouldn't believe in science, facts, and 99.99% of the rest of the world because /s/Iloveyounowfuckoff tells me to? Think about that for a second.

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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Perhaps you shouldn't believe in and repeat the usual lies of the alt-right disinformation campaigns. It's embarrassing. Have some self-respect, mate.

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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Excellent explanation.

Alex is not only innacurate, his profession is to spread as much disinformation and misinformation as possible.

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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This:

closing of churches and banning of gatherings

(Not that the churches are banned; big effing difference.)

Canada Joins Communist China in Banning Churches by christnmusicreleases in news

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Canada isn't banning Churches.

Remember, christnmusicreleases, what I told you about God's punishment for spreading fibs.

What the fuck is up with the spam on this site? by mongre in SaidIt

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Yes - Reddit code, but otherwise devoted to free speech &c.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Yes - I will read it soon.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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I've not yet had time to finish reading posts, as I have to meet a deadline tomorrow and Friday, but I will look at the rest of this soon.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Very funny

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Thanks for this. I'll have a look. (Wikipedia needs a significant update on this, which will come as no surprise to anyone on Saidit, however.)

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Unintentially posting disinformation and misinformation is known as 'misinformation'. I agree with your point, though my main concern is with the posring of numerous misleading articles from the same websites that famously spread. This continued approach is - it seems - intential. God would not be happy with these attempts to mislead people into acting dangerously or against their neighbors.

What the fuck is up with the spam on this site? by mongre in SaidIt

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Yes - and the Indian stuff seems new, though by the 88 crew.

You've likely thought of this, but as has happened at other sites, perhaps a delay of a day or more could be required before a submission. Combine this with the requirement for an email address and confirmation by email. This would require additional planning/hassle for the spammers.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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I had thought you referred to the Corporatization of the US government, which has happened since Reagan.

There is no definition of "US corp" online. If you refer to American revolutionists in the 1770s as US Corp adn as anti-Christian and masonic, all of this is not generally known - not is 'US corp' by your definiton. In order to make these references you would have to provide a link or a footnote, as this is not general knowledge.

Good question regarding those who kept their investments in the East India company, but that company was responsible for half the world's trade in the 1770s.

Anything about who 'owned' MA would have to include some evidence or a link. (Not that I disagree about any of this, but we should assume that we are talking about the same subjects.)

According to Brown, 6 were sentenced to hang for Shays' rebellion: https://www.jstor.org/stable/1921810?seq=1#metadata_info_tab_contents

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Again - I would have to see evidence. With each website I post in /s/ShitpostNews, I try to locate the parent company and shareholders, executive editors &c. Sometimes I find that the website is merely rephrasing titles of articles it republishes from elsewhere, has only 3 employees, and reports an annyal income in the high six digits, whereas its parent is a financial brokerage and banking (money laundering) company.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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This is the old argument that only the strongest should survive. It's not only anti-democratic, it's anti-human. I recommend Texas - or counties in Texas, whatever - for the trial run of this primitive idea. Note that this has already happened in a number of post-colonial African nations, and is still happening in Ethiopia, Nigeria &c.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Spreading lies and misinformation in any form of communication is indeed addressed throughout the Bible, from Genesis onward. You may know this, hence your reason for blocking me. The red pill issue is continuously addressed in my points regarding what should and what shouldn't be considered a good form of red pill.

J.C. has risen from the banned. by JasonCarswell in GlossedOver

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(Stop whining and feel free to discuss solutions when you feel better.)

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Before US Corp became US Corp, it was founded on democratic principles and checks and balances that allowed for challenges to conflicts of interest and other forms of corruption. Much of this failed in the period of the 1850s - 1920s, and there was a recovery and boom after the New Deal and WWII, when workers programs put money in the pocket of the 99%, which rebuilt the 2/3rds of the economy that is supported by purchases. Since 1963, this corruption has again crept into the political system, destroying the American Dream.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Over some of them, though I am not sure about all news media. If there is a link to a reliable list, I would like to see it. I might be able to include 'Zionist ownership' notes for entries to /s/ShitpostNews, but I am not sure about all aspects of this kind of ownership

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Even if I would agree with this (re. CNN after 9/11), I cannot think of a way of supporting the argument, and I hesistate to ask you, as I suspect you'll write a long answer, and I don't want to trouble anyone for a long answer for little old me. If there is a link or a short answer, I'd welcome it.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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This is a very good quote, but let's examine the context:

Now we have received not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might understand the things freely given us by God. And we impart this in words not taught by human wisdom but taught by the Spirit, interpreting spiritual truths to those who are spiritual. The natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are folly to him, and he is not able to understand them because they are spiritually discerned. The spiritual person judges all things, but is himself to be judged by no one. “For who has understood the mind of the Lord so as to instruct him?” But we have the mind of Christ. (1 Corinthians 2:12-16 ESV)

This is one of the key examples that show the separation of God from the "spirit of the world". The Judeo-Christian religion was the first major religion (as it would become) to do this. From Genesis onward, there is advice that God's chosen people can plunder the world, because God gave it to them for that purpose. Reuniting people with the 'spirit of the world' should be the next step.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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But we have renounced disgraceful, underhanded ways. We refuse to practice cunning or to tamper with God's word, but by the open statement of the truth we would commend ourselves to everyone's conscience in the sight of God. (2 Corinthians 4:2 ESV)

According to the Bible, if you post misinformation and disinformation you will go to Hell.

Your argument that those who don't agree with you represent Zionists or China (the government) is a famous form of:

False equivalence

Logical fallacy

False dichotomy

Ad hominem

Ad ignorantiam

Argument from personal incredulity

Plurium interrogationum

One who is faithful in a very little is also faithful in much, and one who is dishonest in a very little is also dishonest in much. (Luke 16:10 ESV )

A dishonest man spreads strife, and a whisperer separates close friends. (Proverbs 16:28 ESV)

A false witness will not go unpunished, and he who breathes out lies will not escape. ( Proverbs 19:5 ESV)

That no one transgress and wrong his brother in this matter, because the Lord is an avenger in all these things, as we told you beforehand and solemnly warned you. (1 Thessalonians 4:6 ESV)

What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him? If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking in daily food, and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and filled,” without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that? So also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead. But someone will say, “You have faith and I have works.” Show me your faith apart from your works, and I will show you my faith by my works. ... (James 2:14-24 ESV)

This begins with honesty, and continues with support for the 99% (and I hope /u/Jesus also agrees)

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Christ-related things

Some of the websites you use are indeed shilling disinformation to extreme right-wing Christian (quasi-Taliban) readers.

pointed you out as a shill and I don't take your arguments with any credence

What's at issue is critical thinking, not me

not here for any valid discussion on the OP's point

As I've mentioned: factual red pills are good for Saidit, disinformation is bad (also by scrubking, chipit and others who blanket the front page with it)

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Mossad (IDF)-related and CCP-related sources also spread disinformation. I may soon include some of those in /s/shitpostnews, though we never, or rarely, see those sources on Saidit (eg. jpost.com & cgtn.com).

You know there are many options available to you.

I did not indicate that you post ONLY disinformation.

Instead of antagonizing others, we should share the red pill with as many people as we can regardless of class or race. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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This has been discussed for predominantly blue states and red states, whereby predominantly red states - which normally require Federal support - would immediately go bankrupt if they seceded. So people in predominantly blue states, which tend to be richer and have higher metropolitan populations, sometimes joke that they'd happily agree to predominantly red states seceding from the union. In any event - as we know - state politics in many states is remarkably corrupt and their 1% will mercilessly abuse the residents in order to develop banana republics. Federal regulation and funding help preserve a good quality of live for most in the US, even though there are many more living in poverty than 4 years ago. Solution: stick with the American Experiment developed in the 18th century, with checks and balances in the democratic system that reduce the potential for corruption (though not as much as it should in late stage capitalism).

Technocracy News & Trends by socks in ShitpostNews

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The main problem is that journalism is not appropriately funded, and hasn't been for a long time. Thus the MSM have for a long time focused on merely reporting what they receive in press releases. This is irresponsible journalism, but not necessarily shilling (though yes, there are shills in the MSM, especially at Fox News, which is pushing Republican talking points verbatim, and at Sinclair sations).

For the MSM posts I made flaire of the parent company, but for the next posts I can note the bias, ownership and truthfullness (and lack thereof).

In Brazil, Enraged Monkey Destroys Kitchen, Steals Knife, & Threatens People by hennaojichan in funny

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Says the monkey's food

Ghislaine Maxwell prosecution reveals nearly 3 million pages of evidence by magnora7 in news

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Imagine the defense claiming they found an error on page 1,892,294, line #18.

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If left wing and right wing working americans united and demanded an end to income tax that is an actionable solution

No - not actionable. Impossible.

(And if there were no taxes, there would be no money for important government regulations and services that preserve a good quality of life.)

Tell me why XR is part of the solution. All they do is self promote.

I've told you. It's strange that you keep asking.

Its like PETA. ... But no solutions.

No - not what either group does

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It's a black pill because there are no actionable solutions in your posts.

For example: "deprive the bureacracy of the cash it needs to wield power"

This is just an idea, not an actionable solution.

If the Democrat infrastructure bill passes, wealthy people will get a higher tax, to help pay for the infrastructure repairs. That is a partial solution.

No, nothing about XR has changed in the discussion. They are still part of the solution.

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Perhaps I could say that, but my note is more cynical, or sarcastic, without trying to directly criticize christnmusicreleases , who is one of the 3 or 4 leading distributors of disinformation on Saidit. This is one reason Saidit will not grow and will not be taken seriously by most people. It's blanketed with disinformation. Only a minority of brainwashed, angry, racist, sexist, anti-trans, fascist, Republican users will upvote those posts and will never have a reasonable argument about any of the content. For example, I argued recently with someone who stongly believes that Ahmaud Arbery caused his own death. Another example: so many users are angry about politics, but will not mention any realistic political solutions that they ascribe to. So - where were we - red pills: these are not part of the disinformation spread by /u/christnmusicreleases . A red pill should be factual. Saidit will grow with discussions of factual red pills, not with propaganda (a topic /u/magnora7 is hopefully still concerned about).

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Thanks for the answer. (No need to respond to this additional point, below.)

Perhaps we could start a political movement that would pressure the US Government into allowing Texas secede.

But seriously, smaller government means less regulation for all of benefits of our quality of life. As has been shown, states will abuse their populations mercilessly, because of the corrupt systems already in place in many states.

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Anyone spreading this much disinformation should go straight to Hell, should not pass Go, and should not collect $200. It's evil.

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Politics is absolutely useless when the general population is depraved scum as it is now.

Not true.

I give credit to the Left for understanding how to implement change. They focused on education and turned universities into essentially churches of Satan.

I see - this is the conversation you want to have. Universities were founded by clerics and humanist (moral) goals. Much of that continues.

In other words, the Left changed values at a fundamental level and this is how they won.

Definitely not that simple.

Because the Right fails to understand this, they will lose.

No - right-wing influencers are sophisticated and will help win additional elections (though with disinformation)

Decent people should mostly forget politics and focus on supporting a good religious community.

Yes - that's it - people in good religious communities should not bother to vote. But these religious communities are highly political, and they were the reason Trump was able to get electoral college votes 4 years ago. (It's our responsibility to vote in every election.)

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So we're back to black pill.

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Used to refer to a process by which a person's perspective is dramatically transformed, introducing them to a new and typically disturbing understanding of the true nature of a particular situation.

Let's say you were told the story of the Last Supper in the year 311. It was a powerful story for Christians at that time. If Christianity or Islam or Judaism or Buddhism or whatever helps you with a new understanding of the true nature of a particular situation, all the better. But my reference is mainly to political change and social groups that can help with it by sharing helpful information that may be shocking at first, but is understood to help motivate people.

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Social psychology studies show that morons are self-actualized - and thus motivated - in social groups that make good uses of red pills, as well as in social groups that don't; hence the former opiton is better for society.

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It saved the US from a 60 year period of bankrupting policies that were destroying the country, and the 1% were driving all of that corruption. The New Deal invested in the 99%. 2/3rds of the economy that is supported with purchases began to boom, because people had salaries. Without this, the country would not have been prepared to enter WWII, after which began the baby boom and the American Dream. This American Dream is no longer available for the 99%, because of the corruption of the 1%. Another New Deal will be necessary, or the "American Experiment" (in democratic representation) will be over.

Do you favor authoritarianism?

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No. Just cut off their money. Once you take away the trillion dollars they get to play with every year, they will do what you want to get it back. That is what most right wing people have been saying all along

Republican-controlled Congress put the US $27 trillion in debt before January. They are famous for tax cuts for themselves, and destroying opportunities for the 99%, among other financial abuses.

while left wing people advocate taking more and more $$ from working people and giving it to bureacrats

That's the opposite of what has happened.

Solution: vote for people who look after the 99% and continue activitism for the 99%, as is happening with XR and others. Republicans have been killing the US.

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You'll be unable to support this claim.

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You're an imbecile

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Airbus, you never really 'talk' with anyone. You sort of fart in their general direction.

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Though - thanks to your posts - I learn about websites that spread disinformation and I can put those websites in the list at s/ShitpostNews/. Now you can enjoy reading at that sub the top posts at several similar websites, and notice how they spread the same disinformation. In that manner we both benefit.

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It's Edward Hyde, back from the dead.

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facts

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I see - back to full-on black pill are we.

(Stop whining and feel free to discuss solutions when you feel better.)

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I am a Quaker. We sit in relative silence for an hour and let God come to us, and we speak up if we wish. Everyone in the room has an equal voice, though the long moments of silence are also essential. Easter combines Christian and pagan beliefes, as a way of reminding both groups of their connected pasts. As Christians we value the approaches of a man who was crucified for imposing his semi-Buddhist religious beliefs on the Jews - as there were many who were tortured like this (for a variety of reasons) in the first century C.E. The story of his rising to heaven, however one might want to see it (even in Rudolf Bultmann's terms) is a message of hope about the eternal afterlife. Even if that afterlife is in the memory of the living, who remember your deeds, it is still a reminder that we live on after death, in the memories of others and/or in Heaven or Hell. This also potentially helps black pill people.

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NWO = New World Order?

If so - you've likely seen attenpts by the 1% to arrange this NWO. Reversing their approaches will depend on the motivation of the 99% to act against authoritarianism and promote democracy. It happened before, as part of the New Deal

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Jason knows I've watched Corbett. I respond to him elsewhere here.

Regarding the 99%: it's their country, and they are the ones to be motivated to take control of it democratically. Part of that happened in the recent election.

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As I've said - you know me better than that. You know I've watched some of them. You know that I've said Corbett is a professional attention whore and shill for the 1%. The single trend in all of his rants and arguments favors authoritarianism. And as you know, I want to hear what you have to say - in your own words - that addresses solutions. Corbett doesn't have credibility. If you are credible, mention your solutions. For example, you support the Green Party in Canada. This is excellent, if it's in an area where the green party can have a chance of winning. Younger supporters will likely join you.

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the solution becomes obvious.

Thus we can write them down.

Billionaires are importing labor, skilled and unskilled.

Exactly - thus reduce the number of H1-B visas that can be offered. This would rely on government support. Pressure on the government to do this would have to come from the 99%.

End no fault divorce,

This is a human rights violation; a non-starter

tax only dual income households and singles earners over 30.

I am not sure this is necessary, as the tax would be based on income.

The truth is when women moved into the work force it cut wages in half and caused families to work twice as hard.

This is not true, and at best a gross oversimplification. Multiple factors kept wages stagnant, driven principly by the 1% and Big Corp.

Now we have a lot of people working in a worthless bureacracy and not enough people birthing and raising children.

This is another oversimplification and does not support your approach to limiting the available labor. Fertility rates are mush lower, but the world is overpopulated. Reducing the population is good.

In fact no one is raising children except for the internet and public school teachers, who are not doing a great job at it.

No evidence for this, even if it were remotely true.

Increasing domestic manufacturing will also drive up labor costs.

Yes; a win-win

I have given you some ideas and some specifics about those ideas.

All of the solutions you mention would require government intervention, which requires political activitism, voting, &c. This political aspect of the solution is what I've been asking for. The 1% (and Republicans) will not help you. The party and politician that supports the 99% will help.

Why dont you tell me what XRs strategy is for fixing society other than talking about how bad white people are?

It's just a group that brings much needed attention to the problems of Climate Change (because it's man-made), in order to help the public and government appreciate that something must be done. They have impressive strategies for getting in the news and calling attention to themselves and the cause. It's not complicated. The more people are aware of the problems of man-made Climate Change and ways to deal with it, they more they will make political decisions that will help deal with these problems. XR thereby helps the 99%, as they protest against the 1%.

Maybe you dont want to say on here because you dont want to end up on a list. Fine. Just say so.

This is strange. I've explained XR several times in the thread.

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She works for the devil. Nothing she does is Christian.

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You would do well to learn from him/them/zir.

You know be better than that, Jason. Don't lecture me (especially not with this disinformation). I'll see in due course if you wish to discuss any solutions.

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LOL

(Yep - we've been looking forward to the return of the Messiah.)

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Increase demand of labor — more manufacturing for example Decrease labor supply - for example, stop importing labor to undercut domestic workers.

You keep repeating your points, but without noting how this would happen. It's as if you want to repeat 'black pill' talking points, without discussing the method of the solution. I've mentioned the method. Unlike you, I am not oversimplifying anything by concentrating on one idea or another. The essential argument is that you have to be open to several options that may be useful.

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Me too

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to raise real wages or diminish Wall Street’s power by defanging the Fed

Yes - it's a great idea.

But it's only one basic idea. Many steps are necessary, one of which is XR. Your idea doesn't negate their physical activism, not by a long shot. You'll also want to know how your ideas will work in the broader context of US and Geo-politics, not to mention the assistance that would be necessary from other forms of activisism and ways of voting for the appropriate candidates.

What is your idea of a social /political solution then?

To work within the current system to improve upon it

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I could go on but I will have mercy on you

All of this seems to be part of a computer game commentary.

anthropogenic global warming theory

If you refer to man-made global climate change, yes, that's the main concern for XR &c

I thought we already agreed our “democratically elected” goverment is a sham.

No, that's not the issue here

The issue is: what's your solution to political change?

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Should it be? (It's just a joke.)

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Oh stop whining, FFS. Welcome back.

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No - they won't. As usual with this website, links to the sources are not provided, nor is this accurate.

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He sounds like Triumph the Insult Comic Dog

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I suppose you want me to "fuck off", but welcome back - and as it's Easter Monday in some parts of the world - still good timing - for the 'he has risen' vibe.

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Full disclosure I feel CO2 driven AGW.... But I imagine you disagree with all that.

I have no opinion on it, as I am not familiar with it.

So why not build more nuclear power plants?

Uranium - no. But there are Thorium-based nuclear power projects underway.

Nonetheless - they're not needed. There are reliable green energy sources.

Locally source your manufactured goods.

XR protestors likely agree with this, as it also reduces the need to transport products long distances

Now all our appliances break down in a fraction of the time and end up in a landfill. Improving quality of manufactured goods reduces waste dramatically.

XR protestors likely agree with this

Why does XR not talk about these common sense strategies.

They're focused on corporate abuses that have cause the problems you also want resolved here. Corporate abuses can be regulated with a democratically elected government, and with the help of XR to pressure that goverment into acting for the 99%.

My question about solutions is not about some of the issues above, but about political and social challenges against the 'establishment".

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Says the most corrupt person on the bench

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Yes.

What is your alternative?