They don't target criminals but dissent by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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Convicted felons who have served their time (and aren't on probation) ought to be able to defend themselves with firearms, too. That may be slowly happening, but most places they are prohibited for life from anything beyond black powder (which is an absurd time capsule regulation that defeats the argument that they shouldn't have weapons)

Similarly, punishing the unvaxed this way is without due process. At least they're consistent.

Meanwhile in U, S and A.... by infocom6502 in whatever

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The text made it sound like he was a belligerent drunk. Then I saw the worldstar video.

Also that is obviously not duck tape. Look at how easily these morons are programmed by RUSSIAN PROPAGANDISTS!!!

Denmark could face legal action over attempts to return Syrian refugees by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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if I go back, I will be arrested

Regardless of outcome, forcing this to a higher court will vindicate the assertion that the country is safe, and force admitting that they're at risk of arrest for committing crimes.

Refugees from law sounds like a great campaign to use against the EU. Will anyone bother?

Punk Band 'Offspring' Fires Drummer for Refusing to Take COVID Vaccine Due to His Pre-Existing Conditions by carn0ld03 in Entertainment

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It is very Punk to obey the CDC.

Stay in school, kids!

CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3 by loma in whatever

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No, it's under the Department of Health and Human Resources, which is cabinet thing, which is directly under the president. In theory, he can delegate any powers he has, unless whatever Congressional funding or other laws prohibit it.

He is quoted here ruminating that he probably doesn't have this power. So he did it anyway.

CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3 by loma in whatever

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“The bulk of the constitutional scholarship says that it’s not likely to pass constitutional muster,” Biden said. “But there are several key scholars who think that it may and it’s worth the effort.”

The president added that the moratorium — even if it gets challenged in court — “will probably give some additional time” for states and city to release billions of dollars in federal relief to renters.

I'm not a constitutional scholar like Barry was, but has this been tried on non-military actions before? This "probably not in my power, but it'll take long enough to decide for it to work" might be common in other elected offices, but usually the president doesn't need to do that because he has a bully pulpit over Congress.

It just seems like the spirit of this order goes directly against the oath of the office.

Forever Uncensorable Domains by panzerF in Internet

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They don't mention its differences with Namecoin, but Handshake (which .forever is a part of) does in its docs, which actually explains how this all works.

I haven't read all of Handshake's docs, so I'm not sure if .forever is any different than other domains using Handshake. That should go in its comparison table or FAQ.

It also doesn't say whether the domain can be pointed to things other than IP addresses, or whether it's more flexible than standard DNS records. Some entire ASNs have been blacklisted for no reason at all.

Who pays for tariffs? You do by loma in whatever

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I wish these people would apply the same logic to corporate taxation, which double taxes (or more) wage earners' income with the argument that it's a tax for the rich.

Protectionism is real, whether it's desirable or works as intended.

Home Depot plans to foil shoplifters with power tools that won't work if they're stolen by thefirststone in whatever

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Good point. Their employees walking away with power tools aren't the sharpest tools. But the company still blames the customer.

This shit will probably work well unless the employees can activate their stolen tools themselves. But then the store will be able to see more are activated than sold.

Meanwhile, I can still get non-playskool tools from Ace, DoItBest, and niche tool shops (which can also repair tools, and keep their shit in stock).

Home Depot plans to foil shoplifters with power tools that won't work if they're stolen by thefirststone in whatever

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They already do usher tools from locked cages to the register in some locations, I've read. That requires employees, which are expensive and scarce when construction is booming from low interest rates.

Basically, this is automation of their manual security systems. I don't blame them for replacing those tattooed idiots with robots.

Wake up. There is no epidemic by zyxzevn in politics

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The vaccinated are filthy with delta variants and must wear masks while the elites huff jet fuel for fun.

People should be able to act in accordance to ethics more often and be able to help out others in their community. About reliable figures. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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It's not all corruption through ego. There is justified fear of being prosecuted, legally or socially, or being simply attacked for being a good samaritan or an upright husband.

Top-down pressure to create enmity between fellow man is public record in law, even if lobbying and secret backing isn't.

Metafilter hates ideas. Ideas are dangerous and disturbing, especially if they come from successful rich people. Today it's "Longtermism" by metafilter_sucks in MeanwhileOnMetafilter

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Any rational AI would immediately perceive billionaires as caches of untapped resources which can be redistributed for the greatest good.

If communism is so rational, why communists so angry?

What do you think would be the consequences if Latino's took full control of California? by Nasser in debatealtright

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Strange way to describe the California DNC, but it's accurate.

r/ftm - [NSFW] advice on sex issues cis gay boyfriend / Catch-22: When you want to have gay sex, but it has to be PiV sex by Chipit in MeanwhileOnReddit

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i just feel kind of like a sex toy to be used, and not in a fun way.

That's how performative culture works, sweetie. They act according to their rules, not reality. Just like you calling yourself male.

They are so enamored with making their own rules that they don't care they're the only ones playing until it's too late. No wonder 41% rage quit.

My back went out by AmericanMuskrat in whatever

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Try arnica salve or tea (externally). It's on the shelf at pharmacies or as dried plant parts in "ethnic" groceries. A miracle on bruises and injured muscle and tendon.

CDC: 397 Children Suffered Heart Inflammation After COVID-19 Vaccine by x0x7 in news

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COVID-19 is the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus.

lol nice

American popular culture seems to be stuck by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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"There is nothing new under the sun." ~ Ecclesiastes on human endeavor

"The bigger the humbug, the better people will like it." ~ P. T. Barnum on marketing

That said, theater movies mean nothing now, and didn't mean much more decades ago. More than movies repeating themselves, news outlets pretending they're important (mostly because they're paid to) is remarkable.

The same thing happens with pharmaceuticals, but no geriatric SAG members are proposing to force me into theaters at the end of a gun.

40-year-old Australian woman has three brain surgeries, five seizures, stroke after first AstraZeneca shot, so will take Pfizer or Moderna for second shot by panzerF in Coronavirus

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It's only just to blame vaccination for what the disease was blamed for before with no evidence.

Not solely spite: media and government have incentive to not blame pharmaceuticals for anything.

Entire Fully-Vaxxed DC Doctors’ Office Tests Positive for Covid-19 - But you have get the shot to prevent the end of the world! by cottoneyejoe in politics

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shaking her head: "What do we do: CDC tells us one thing today, the very opposite tomorrow".

A stark reminder that physicians are agents of government.

1 in 5 electric vehicle owners in California switched back to gas because charging their cars is a hassle, research shows by panzerF in technology

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\3. watch your house go up in lithium flames while the fire fighters follow established procedure (which is to wait until it's out)

M1 Money Stock graph by trident765 in investing

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So they changed the definition to hide their expansion. Does Shadow Stats or somebody have a more-comparable graph, or is that not even possible because the information is lost?

Europeans are showing spine, there are huge protests against the Vaccine push across Europe by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Most people in the US have very little to protest on the coof front, even if they were all holocaustclimatevaccine deniers.

He may be right about keeping America docile as a leading goat, but Europe is already known for their insane protests to increase the dole and replace their demographics. Just because they're accidentally protesting the right things doesn't mean they're doing it for the right reasons.

Vaccine savior... by JasonCarswell in memes

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You have to vape vax at a lower temp or it destroys the 5G graphene nanites.

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Lies - Refuses to Admit Illegals Bringing COVID to America are an Issue by scrubking in Coronavirus

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Walensky does not see this as a problem.

I agree, common cold wise. It's more a problem with antibiotic-resistant TB. Though prisons are worse for that still.

What is your ideal identity and its membership criteria? by fschmidt in nonmorons

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Nice hate crime.

UPDATE: Joe Biden's 56 Jewish Advisers, Cabinet Members, and Staff +2 Portential Crypto-J's at the End by Jesus in conspiracy

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Finally diversity.

What is your ideal identity and its membership criteria? by fschmidt in nonmorons

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Identity to you is group membership?

Many such cases. Sad.

I identify as an attack helicopter. I don't need your validation to go BRRRRRRRPT.

Clown World: Surgeon General Vivek Murthy Says Vaccinated People Need to Wear Masks to Protect Unvaccinated People by scrubking in Coronavirus

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Why is Gateway Pundit so sardonic? I don't want to inhale vax exosomes.

Saidit is not what I hopped for by Brewdabier in whatever

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You can subscribe to the subs you like and mute the ones you can't stand, you know.

But with the big discussion sites either co-opted by shills and bots (all mainstream social media and reddit) or gone (voat, 8chan), what has popped up to replace feels so much slower and smaller. Maybe it was all an illusion propped up by our designated glownigs and chinee bots. Maybe all the conversation went to the really stupid places like Discord and Gab, where furries, communists, and spam of pictures of the sunrise are all welcome.

Or maybe you should stop visiting reddit and mainstream news entirely for a fresh perspective.

Georgia Democrats Say 'We're Fucked' If They Can't Cheat like in 2020 Fraudulent Election by scrubking in politics

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I would much prefer they didn't drive, yes.

Attention: Anti-white careers are now showing up under "Diversity Inclusion Coordinator" by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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That might work if the unjust laws were applied evenly or fairly.

Georgia Democrats Say 'We're Fucked' If They Can't Cheat like in 2020 Fraudulent Election by scrubking in politics

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University id only tracks paying cattle. It has lower requirements than government-issued id.

The idea that negros can't get id, yet they can drive legally and collect welfare, makes no sense.

Facebook is now claiming official CDC.gov links are "False Information".. unbelievable by scrubking in censorship

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Don't be shocked that man can be bribed by bread and circuses, and cowed by the fear of the dark. That's also ancient wisdom. We are returning to the old ways after passing a strange meal, a hallucination of liberty.

Of course, our traditions differ. Some of us are especially disagreeable. I look forward to proving that.

Facebook is now claiming official CDC.gov links are "False Information".. unbelievable by scrubking in censorship

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At what point will what they see be so crazy their eyes open?

You sweet summer child.

People did not become irrational. They came out that way.

Your fiction happened, more or less. The idea of "progress" and rationality is modern invention. The ancients understood hysteria and irrationality. It is why they were both more permissive and more brutal.

You are of the lucky few who straddle that line. We see the horrors, we read of ancient horrors, and we will not be immortalized by our censorious masters to come. Take comfort in that, because no soul wants to live forever in a beast.

Facebook is now claiming official CDC.gov links are "False Information".. unbelievable by scrubking in censorship

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Based contrarians.

The Rumsfeld/Cebrowski Doctrine by [deleted] in debatealtright

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To achieve this, the non-globalized peoples were to be divided along ethnic lines and held ideologically.

I get it, but I see this happening inside, also. Seems like the EU is going to end up breaking Italy and Spain, maybe more, along old ethnic kingdom lines in order to ensure the Westphalian states can never secede. They learned the lesson of the War of Northern Aggression, and they won't repeat it.

I think it's vastly simpler than the author makes it out to be, because this is how empires always worked. Only now the supposed home rulers are the ones paying tribute.

Why don't they write an article explaining that, instead of this obvious shit?

It's almost as if it wasn't about the vaccine... by JasonCarswell in memes

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The UK is what they call a "performative" culture, which explains their extreme class accents more than any bullshit about isolation in the age of trains.

The importance of "proper"ness proves that they live their lives like soundbites rather than of whole tradition or from principle. I approximate here, but I do not exaggerate.

It pops through in ways where they punish disobedience in what looks like petty ways (drones arresting people walking alone in the wilderness) or rewarding obedience in petty ways (this example). But they don't follow through to the logical conclusion, because they're all just taking their stupid acts and accents as far as they can.

You guys are hilarious by SmartestGuyInTheRoom in SaidIt

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Tautologies trigger? Terrific!

Brazen shoplifting video in San Francisco becomes issue in California recall by Brewdabier in video

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It's reparations and it's justice.

Attention Citizens!!!!! by trident765 in Coronavirus

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You can tell this will never happen because we don't live in 1984.

Now, consumer, take your Pfizer™Soma®, proud sponsor of Disney®™©CapeShitⓈⓄⓎ

Have you considered moving to another platform? by hellosaidit in Cassy

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You might be thinking of OpenID.

The paradox of tolerance - if a society is tolerant without limit, its ability to be tolerant is eventually seized or destroyed by the intolerant. Karl Popper described it as the seemingly paradoxical idea that in order to maintain a tolerant society, the society must be intolerant of intolerance. by JasonCarswell in Terminology

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It's cited routinely to justify destroying "tolerant" avenues of communication.

Which I can only interpret as an application of "Rules for Radicals" (the actual book, not the paraphrased bullshit that gets passed around on Facebook images). They enjoy intolerance as an end unto itself, yet they enjoy calling others intolerant, and using their opponents' tolerance as power over them. It hits all the points.

Richard Nixon: The Press is the Enemy by thefirststone in quotes

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based

How Long Do the Vaccinated Have to Live? [Spoiler: 3 - 10 years.] by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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Yes, I'm racist too, but that guy picked places where the negro kills other negroes.

My parents forced me to get the covid vaccine by Solus in whatever

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rip in pepperoni

How Long Do the Vaccinated Have to Live? [Spoiler: 3 - 10 years.] by JasonCarswell in VaccineInjuries

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"Look at downtown Chicago, Baltimore, or Los Angeles," he has stated, "and you will clearly see why the Useless Eaters must be put down like rabid dogs."

Wow, racist.

Another good argument against Flat Earth by LarrySwinger2 in whatever

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That just proves your map's projection isn't accurate. Maybe projecting from a hypothetical sphere to a flat map causes distortion that wouldn't be there on a flat-first projection!!

The Linux Desktop is Studded with Grifters by panzerF in Linux

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The author fails to substantiate anything, and describes phone or cryptocurrency scams, instead.

Linux Desktop development is notoriously bereft of funding, outside of big companies, which he even alludes to, so what crowdfunding scamming is going on?

I just remembered this from my high school chemistry class: DELTA symbolized as Δ (a triangle, similar to the Illuminati pyramid), and it means CHANGE in maths and sciences. by JasonCarswell in Coronavirus

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Marketing is all the media knows. Big Pharma is approximately all advertising spending now, judging by the few ads I see.

Rebranding the virus as a new, hot threat (now with more cases!) directly monetarily benefits news agencies. Good thing that isn't a conflict of interest.

I just remembered this from my high school chemistry class: DELTA symbolized as Δ (a triangle, similar to the Illuminati pyramid), and it means CHANGE in maths and sciences. by JasonCarswell in Coronavirus

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It also comes between gamma and epsilon. It's just counting up.

If it were messaging, I'd think they'd instruct the media to make more "change" puns on Barry's old campaign material.

You guys are hilarious by SmartestGuyInTheRoom in SaidIt

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Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to make an argument for any non-mainstream idea that is designed to educate, inform, and thoroughly convince a truly objective being.

It`s Okay To Be White

Living with Epilepsy - Seizures, Doctors & Anxiety - This is one of the best videos I’ve seen to describe the epileptic experience (it aligns with mine, especially with how psychedelic my seizures feel, the feeling of increasing inescapable “impending doom” & what my triggers are). by Enza in Life

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Thank you for posting that video. I had no idea deja vu could be related to epilepsy, too. I get it in some migraine prodomes.

MASIVE Internet And Financial Purge Of "Far Right" Announced, Leftist Org To Advise Censorship by zyxzevn in censorship

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And he posts it on a site that selectively purges legal content: https://statchute.xyz/blocked/

The loss of creativity and how it is related to relationships. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Hope in authority is damnation. They're all drugged up because they're weak shits whose parents kept them drugged up from birth.

Spontaneity is not critical for relationships, but what we experience is a crisis of narcissism. Everyone must be a performer and entertained. This is why the humble don't socialize.

Aire Serv by aireserve in whatever

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nigger

Microwave designers were the original assholes by trident765 in technology

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My old ones never did that. The first one I had that did I bought less than ten years ago. It died and I replaced it with a thrift store unit that also didn't do that.

It's not very common.

After 20 years, search engines are starting to look different by panzerF in Internet

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If I'm reading this right, they believe that parsing even more semantic meaning form a query will deliver in better results.

Yet their current attempts have turned their product into AltaVista-style trash. It doesn't believe what I type. That's why I don't use Google. Bing is worse in one respect, which I guess has similar purpose to this paper: Bing doesn't allow you to exclude terms any more.

Congratulations for almost ten years since they flipped the switch for failing to search the web. It sure is profitable.

Meet The REAL Disinformation Dozen - James Corbett by Drewski in propaganda

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and democrats are the real racists

Joe Biden’s cancer charity spent more than $3.7million on staff salaries but distributed ZERO towards research grants over two years, tax filings reveal by Trump_WG1WGA in news

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Okay, but this doesn't tell us how to replicate it. Useless without that.

Nifty things that i learned while praying with muslims. by skeeter in whatever

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And when you pray, you must not be like the hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, that they may be seen by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward.

A waistcoat of TNT is their reward. I prefer tropical silk.

Brainwashed America: Twelve Historically Documented Tactics Actively Used by the Communists to Capture the Minds of Americans & Collapse the United States from Within by panzerF in Documentaries

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CORONAVIRUS IS A BRAINWASHING OPERATION ON A GLOBAL SCALE

Because brainwashing is often undetectable[...] it must be named and its tactics identified in order for it to be refuted and destroyed.

so it doesn't apply, okay

How modern programmers flip a light switch by trident765 in programming

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three people

That's enterprise-scale programming. Opinion discarded.

What's your take on Putin? Based, Jew shill or ambivalent? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Real talk: are there any jews with that much of a slavic-mongolian admixture?

I was sure that was evidence against him being genetically kosher.

Some very encouraging demographic data from Anatoly Karlin by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Germany had a catastrophic collapse from the 70s onward

I don't know European history well. Isn't that when the EU (ECC) changed shape, advanced somewhat? That's when the UK joined. There were other communist agitations succeeding.

Did these have any effects? Did Germans flee? Wasn't that when Turkish fast food become dominant in Germany and The Netherlands? Which means immigration in general had changed.

Talking about Germany's reproductive rate doesn't mean there are white people. Maybe it was the first massive flash of near-eastern males.

Angling, 1932 by Rakean93 in debatealtright

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Every country you mentioned suffered under communism. That's what left them skeptical to globalism.

Note that according to the current text of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czech_Republic#Religion only 34% declared no religion, and 45% declined to answer. Silence is also part of skepticism of the state. Whether or not they're silent out of principle or fear, it does not tell us that rational athiesm brought them to racialism or nationalism.

CDC retracts PCR test as it can't differentiate between COVID and the flu by Yin in news

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Kary Mullis died suddenly in August 2019. He invented the PCR test, said Fauci didn't know anything. He pointed out that PCR tests don't detect infection, just bits of matter, and that the test was being misused with HIV.

Here's him talking about it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OK1-rgpu5cA

The CDC has already played with cycle counts to achieve their desired results: https://sentinelksmo.org/cdc-maximum-28-ct-for-post-vaccine-covid-pcr-tests/

Angling, 1932 by Rakean93 in debatealtright

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He's not wrong about Heimbach. He's also consistent about fleeing the city: he did it himself, to some third-world post-soviet shithole. It displays a measure of cowardice and loss of hope. If Anglin's a demoralization agent, that's where he succeeds.

But I'm surprised he didn't take the fat-feminine link further. Fat cells release estrogen, which leads to some of the same cowardice he's displayed.

Covid fear is strong with this one by panzerF in Humor

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Just a portable sauna.

You can tell if you're done with the pop-up thermometer.

Why isn't wikipedia updating white percentages for demographics for the 2020 census by tratini in debatealtright

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On census.gov, the major tables are all stuck on 2010 still https://data.census.gov/cedsci/table?q=ethnicity&tid=DECENNIALCD1162010.P3

The site is nearly incomprehensible, but I see no ethnicity maps at all, even though there are other maps which require just as much detailed data. The third-party demographics map sites all lag way behind once the data comes out, even though the effort should all be automated.

This claims to alert to when the data is available: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/USCENSUS/signup/22746

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Anarchists might say that, but they mean more by it. Rejecting man as the ultimate authority does not mean to reject legitimate authority or hierarchies in general.

FRANCE IN EXTREME DANGER : The actual situation in France, the latest news and what you can do to help us If you like by Orangutan in WorldNews

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US weapons restrictions seem to be slowly loosening, with pain and gnashing of teeth.

Whether those who are willing and able to defend themselves are also willing to defend our nation, I can't say. But it's a better situation than I would have predicted ten years ago.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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because what if you are planning a crime or suddenly "snap" one day and take your vengeance out on other people?

Baking that assumption into society suggests there are deeper problems, but let's ignore that. Why can't the king's subjects defend themselves against sudden-onset brain damage, just like they do invaders?

Benign monarchy has its positives (like having somebody specific to blame, instead of the mutual mistrust that develops in a dissatisfied democracy), but not all historical kings could or would use mercenaries for defense. Those that did sometimes regretted it.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Are you accusing me of being a jewish athiest? I am no combination of those things.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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How "high-trust" are these hypothetical neighbors if they trust me so little to defend myself or shape my own property without "setting me straight"?

Central control replaces higher purposes with some ruler's purpose, with the assumption he can account for all possibilities. When the machines come which actually can do that, my argument will not change.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I call no man master. The Nip's first error is worshipping a fallen being.

And no man I worship will protect me in the wilderness from his kind.

A hot take: Socialism is a more advanced form of government fit only for advanced races by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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A higher form of life needs less restraint, not more.

Change my view.

Theory about the purpose of neural networks by trident765 in programming

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The point is for it to learn itself based on external stimuli.

Its peculiar initial structure allows it to modify itself. Its inscrutable final structure comes from it finding solutions by random walks. Obfuscation is a side effect of automation that only requires declarative requirements, rather than true programming.

That they are inscrutable replacements for human labor is mostly a happy accident, though inevitable.

What they call "AI" and "ML" in the media is just this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_programming

is it time to stop murdering the corrupt yet? by thefirststone in censorship

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That has nothing to do with Federal Marshals chilling speech. Thanks.

How to build a small town in Texas by Entropick in collapse

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Since the premise is Texas, and undeveloped land, I am imagining land that is more or less parched, but with short and intense annual rains that risk flooding the entire area.

but in no way should the town be dependent on AC

Ever heard of a bayou? Fuck off, yankee carpetbaggers with your "sustainable" suicide.

This is not about a vaccine, it is about a war by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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"Confusion", "judged", schools, society. What kind of world view must you have to believe these things are inviolable? You worrying as nothing to do with reality.

LeBron James becomes first active NBA Player with $1 billion in career earnings by AziBase2 in Entertainment

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The 99% are anti-racists who want the negro to own everything.

Governor Ron DeSantis Calls on State Board of Administration to Place Ben & Jerry’s on the Continued Examination Companies that Boycott Israel List by Tarrock in politics

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The state would be restricted from buying Unilever stock and be unable to contract with its subsidies, including Ben & Jerry's, unless they end their boycott.

So is this the inconsequential result, or is it just a smoke screen to cover for corporate disinterest?

It doesn't matter, because Ben and Jerry are both jews. So this measure is antisemetic, thus inherently unpatriotic. Oy vey.

The Propaganda War (And How to Fight It) by Drewski in propaganda

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This is how we create “reality.” We represent our beliefs and values to ourselves, and to each other, with images, words, rituals, and other symbols and social behaviors.

The news isn't a social behavior, unless you're gullible enough to believe people really act and think in the ways television presents. This is why television is so powerful: because low-IQs see it as part of themselves, and they constitute the majority.

What the morons thing doesn't matter. The more you pretend it matters, the more you're feeding off the diseased teat of the lie that democracy requires dumbing down to the lowest denominator.

In other words, to put it bluntly, we are in a propaganda war, and we’re losing.

Do you not see how hopelessly totalitarian that sounds? This is sick.

They perceive us as threats, as aggressors

You are. You lost decades ago. Now you pretend to conserve what you had left, when it was stripped of you before you were born? Sounds like somebody's been reading originalist propaganda, because this has nothing to do with real life or the continuation of power.

Nazis

You are using the playbook of your enemy. Congratulations for proving yourself to be that gullible. Have fun on the firing line.

FRANCE IN EXTREME DANGER : The actual situation in France, the latest news and what you can do to help us If you like by Orangutan in WorldNews

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What are they going to do? Protest?

If The Grocery Stores Are Stockpiling Food, Shouldn’t You? by Drewski in Preppers

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Yes, they keep using that word, yet what they describe doesn't fit. It's almost like your sarcasm defends sensationalism. Embarrassing.

America, the Anti-Nation by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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ZOG is external.

America, the Anti-Nation by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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Conservative mags disappoint me by taking their opponents' stupid talking points and leaning in, instead of seeing it for what it is.

What they describe is an occupied nation under a party which rules, if not won, under an internationalist slogan "build back better" which originated in the UN.

The author goes out of his way to blame internal forces for external attacks. I'm tired of this.