Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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That's not how racism works.

Ran across a couple of our trolls when I walked over to the pier today. by Node in funny

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Ok, so no satirizing the subject of the post. Thanks, nigger.

If a substance improves some aspect of safety, no matter how narrow, this is now all that is needed to convince people to take it. by trident765 in VaccineSkepticism

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Angelina Jolie had a preventative (double) mastectomy.

I've seen reports of women sterilizing themselves, but I can't bring myself to believe it.

There is something deeper than the simple phrase "security" going on, which doesn't convey a bed of lava-like terror motivating these self-mutilating women.

Ran across a couple of our trolls when I walked over to the pier today. by Node in funny

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why do you feel that way?

i'm harassing you by asking you this, because you're a pussy who can't withstand simple conversation

how does this make you feel?

how does this make you feel?

how does this make you feel?

Why is the left so behind the right in online media? by jet199 in MediaAnalysis

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Measuring "audience size" is a losing game. It's fake.

These people are strategizing based on what ad networks and ad bots claim to perceive. This is suicidal folly.

Quit campaigning based on ads. This is absurd.

Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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My point is that Ron Paul sings the song of his people. Adam Kokesh is a bad grifter.

Whatever you think is "common sense" doesn't matter. Imagine that you're fighting for your life among others like you in a temporary fortification. What do you believe? Why are the invaders so angry?

How will this answer change when it's transmuted to the present day? Are they still angry? Maybe it doesn't matter from where the rights of man derive, and we are all bound in common by the hatred of our enemy.

Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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No, I'm racist.

There's a difference.

Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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Gross. No.

"No free energy device will ever be allowed to reach the market." Nikola Tesla by EndlessSunflowers in quotes

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Bullshit quote template peddling bullshit. Checks out.

Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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Yeah, but if you don't know why the meat works the way it does, you're a fucking idiot.

Seriously, do you think you're a robot programmed from first principles? Humans are emotional machines, and I sure as fuck don't feel like my retard-IQ neighbors do. That's not for lack of probing.

If you accept the meat-only principle you're only proving my point.

Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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we were in large agreement in the past

That's where the projection lies. Also, sorry to break it to you, but kokesh is a left-libertarian. He leaves ideals behind when it suits him. Ron Paul argues with principles and votes for his people, easy to see he's consistent

it's common sense

haha, no

‘Nazis’ allegedly supporting Republican candidate with Tiki-torches revealed to be a false-flag stunt by Lincoln Project by Rob3122 in politics

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I see tits, I updoot. That's a biological woman.

What scares you the most? by hennaojichan in whatever

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Niggers.

Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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Conservatives now act less like actual conservatives and more like liberals think conservatives are.

You projected on them your ideals. This is a mistake.

I've seen these "AI takeovers" on a few people in real life too

Don't disgrace the dead. Facebook posts on behalf of dead users, that doesn't mean that living ones are victims of the same.

I would guess they probably started going by their human instincts

What do you think libertarianism even is? Have you read locke?

Ex-Libertarians, what made you change? by Trab in debatealtright

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Niggers.

Edit:

Libertarianism at it's core is almost the exact opposite of what we want

I disagree, but I'm not quite drunk enough to elaborate on why. Look, you have to understand that nationalism is not opposed to the ideal of universal... not suffrage, but the idea of rights. If "libertarian" can be reconciled with the idea of a state at all (as in minarchy), then that state itself can be defended from the malicious hordes at our doorstep.

Maybe the leftists are perceptive (not likely) when they lump libertarians in with right-wing extremists, despite their own left-libertarians getting caught in the crossfire. It's the path of self-ownership and self-actualization. And what is a body, if not part of an ancient lineage? Do we have the right to cohabitate private land together or not?

The ethnostate is a proper subset of the libertopia. QED.

A year ago, some posts received 100+ insightful votes. What changed soon thereafter to reduce the # of votes? by socks in AskSaidIt

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A moment of silence, please, for the fallen saidittors.

A year ago, some posts received 100+ insightful votes. What changed soon thereafter to reduce the # of votes? by socks in AskSaidIt

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Pretty insensitive, considering we're in the middle of a pandemic.

Where are all the conservative socialists in the West? by IamCleaver in politics

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Don't put words into my mouth.

Are advances in tech an illusion? by trident765 in nonmorons

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New algorithms are no illusion. They are the abstracted codification of data transformation. Look at how astonishingly fast zstd is, or how small a vp9 video can be compared with other common formats.

But once our devices can handle all the data we need, then new devices don't provide so much value. Then the profit goes to the novel meta-devices providing entertainment, like your ML algos. How long can Facebook and GPT-3 keep the treadmill of novelty spinning?

Build Back Better = bbb = 666 by Popper in whatever

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b is 2, not 6

f is 6

So watch out for Fat Fuck Frank is all I'm saying.

Where are all the conservative socialists in the West? by IamCleaver in politics

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Respect for traditions.

American tradition is, at its ideal, Jeffersonion. This is opposed to centralization and empire.

If we return to tradition, as we should, then the state would be razed to fertilize liberty, not to build up stinking fortifications for new tyrants under the banner of "security".

Strangely, these are all thoughts developed by Europeans in Europe, but embraced by the decedents of those who might have a chance at implementing it.

/s/Passports seems to be breaking rule 4a) "Mods cannot remove user comments that are both in good faith and on-topic." by ActuallyNot in SaidIt

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I don't perceive that, so I disagree with your deleting the comment or post or whatever it was.

Maybe they are serious, or providing a realistic argument. Or maybe they're trolling, which might not be the highest form of argument, but it's head and shoulders above anything you get on highly-popular websites, if done well.

/s/Passports seems to be breaking rule 4a) "Mods cannot remove user comments that are both in good faith and on-topic." by ActuallyNot in SaidIt

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To be fair, it's listed under "Total Line of Duty Deaths" and included in its count, on that linked page. They justify it like so:

Beginning in early 2020, thousands of law enforcement officers and other first responders throughout the country have contracted COVID-19 during the worldwide pandemic due to requirements of their job.

The following law enforcement officers died as a result of contracting the virus in the line of duty.

But the OP is clearly wrong that vaccines would have saved them. Likely most of them happened to test positive while suffering from cardiac arrest.

Leftists berate others using 'conservative language' by tantamle in debatealtright

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Are you sure they aren't pretending to sarcastic in order to hedge against violent reprise, so their only choice of vocabulary is their arch enemies'?

It's just for 15 short days by Tiwaking in whatever

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For something called after a populist nationalist movement, it sure is the opposite.

The Roll-Out of Windows 11 is the Perfect Time to Decide to Switch to Linux by gebTA48 in technology

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There's more than Fedora, which kind of sucks. Try Pop!_OS or Manjaro.

The Roll-Out of Windows 11 is the Perfect Time to Decide to Switch to Linux by gebTA48 in technology

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It's the other way around. I look for old-enough computers that Linux will support them fully, because few hardware suppliers bother to do it themselves. We have to wait for volunteers to catch up.

Trump says COVID booster shot "not for me" after calling it "money making operation" by Orangutan in politics

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Yes, Trump spread medical misinformation during his term. I'm with Kamala.

I am creating a custom web server for the darkweb. by humancorpse in whatever

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That's just called asyncronous event handling. It can scale very well. Not all servers are multithreaded, especially on platforms or runtimes where threads have large overhead.

Thousands are marching into NYC to protest the vaccine mandate as we speak! by Orangutan in politics

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If by protesting you mean lawsuits, wrong. There are others: https://www.reuters.com/world/us/union-pacific-unions-sue-each-other-over-covid-19-vaccine-mandate-2021-10-19/

But some have just lightly said to fuck off, to their credit, without suing because the mandates aren't as bad in other places as NY.

Thousands are marching into NYC to protest the vaccine mandate as we speak! by Orangutan in politics

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So unions are finally getting involved, as I predicted.

It still looks week to mass protest having no control over your life. But these are government employees, so weakness is to be expected.

From someone who read the Google antitrust suit: either Google is screwed or all of us are screwed by Chipit in news

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He identifies as an ad agency, I guess, because that's all these leaks are about: ads.

pronouns amazing!/burgers?

You can't say a damn thing about transgenders over at Reddit by Infyrian in Rant

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lol you go there to argue with bots lol

Tucker: You're being instructed not to notice this by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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Yes, but this segment was about the tactics to do it (mostly actions done by blacks). I'm more interested in how to convince people to stop those tactics.

For example, if you don't want somebody buying up all the houses, stop the blight (black neighborhoods). Etc.

Tucker: You're being instructed not to notice this by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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He's really filling that sarcastic Bill O'Reilly niche.

Is there anything there his audience doesn't already know? It's just impotent venting at this point, frustrating by restraint against saying "nigger".

Alec Baldwin shooting victim was wife of Latham & Watkins lawyer whose firm represented Clinton campaign indicted for alleged false statements to FBI by Mark_Shill in conspiracy

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Good to see that Arkancide is alive and well. Alec always had an unpleasant personal and political air about him, but wrapping it up neatly like this is much appreciated to whatever spooks arranged it.

National School Board Association announces ''we regret and apologize for the letter'' to Biden admin characterizing concerned parents as potentially domestic terrorists. Translation: "We're sorry we got caught." by Chipit in news

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This what reads like an excuse? Their own excuse for getting caught lobbying against (arguably) their own constituents?

If nobody were on the org's side, they wouldn't represent districts totalling (according to them) tens of millions of students. Their lobbying, likely to destroy non-public schools, would have not have any power.

National School Board Association announces ''we regret and apologize for the letter'' to Biden admin characterizing concerned parents as potentially domestic terrorists. Translation: "We're sorry we got caught." by Chipit in news

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As far as I can tell, it's a voluntary association for the purpose of lobbying. A school board can easily pull out, and the organization as a whole can easily be replaced.

National organizations like that probably shouldn't exist, anyway. Schools can share information without bullshit governance orgs to pretend they are communist committees.

NIH acknowledges US funded gain-of-function at Wuhan lab, despite Fauci’s denials (October 22, 2021) - will a Fauci resignation lead to better recognition of early treatment protocols? by stereomatch in Ivermectin2

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If true, a warrant could be out for Fauci for perjury in Congress.

Nothing will happen. There are no consequences for destroying America.

But What About Deagel? - Questions For Corbett #080 (40:14) ~ The Corbett Report by JasonCarswell in conspiracy

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Deagel nation never dies. Semper fi!

Dozens of US nuclear scientists sue over vaccine mandate by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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only high IQ elites can lead it.

I disagree.

It doesn't take a charasmatic leader. The closest there was pushed the vaccine and promptly got defeated.

It doesn't take elites, unless Rand Paul is one, and not many people hang on his words: he's just a last-resort for sense.

Some capable people do what's right because it's right. That is the essence of salt of the earth.

If you'll forgive me the source of the analogy, this is how Atlas shrugs. Not with loud majorities and visible leaders but with quiet ideas and tacit knowledge.

i was searching for porn. by humancorpse in whatever

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The harvest is good.

No, I'm not going to support BLM by Infyrian in Rant

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Maybe they're just not effective enough. Right-wingers don't hurt anybody. Leftists have to tar their own side in order to claim there's any violence at all (Ted famously wrote "my fellow leftists"). The FBI has to claim non-whites are whites in order to keep crime statistics up.

Aligning with BLM can't work: they are fake, their ideals are fake, their actions are fake, their accusations are fake.

We can't be Rockwell attending a Malcom X speech, because up at the pulpit is Moshe waiting to amplify his kvetch any time he spots a goy.

Researchers make hardened wooden knives that slice through steak by thefirststone in Physics

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Boiled to delingnify and then pressurized to make it dense, so basically, yes.

Iconic Target Store on Mission Street to Close Amid Shoplifting Tidal Wave by Street Apes by IkeConn in Schadenfreude

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Similar Walgreens closing stories are getting massively astrorturfed to blame the company, to question whether there is any theft at all ("where are the police reports?" knowing full well the police do nothing), and claiming CVS doesn't have this problem.

I don't see who benefits from all this. Homeless non-residents who can't even fraudulently vote because they're too busy pooping on the street?

No, I'm not going to support BLM by Infyrian in Rant

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Ok, racist.

Remember to do kittness to strengthen your body by zyxzevn in funny

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The 1980s called. They want their newsletter warnings back.

Remember to do kittness to strengthen your body by zyxzevn in funny

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No, thanks. I shun toxoplasmosis.

Hi Saidnet bye i am not feeling to come again like last time i watched tv news by MacRace in whatever

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legal way not to take vaccine

lol just don't put poison in your veins

When Will We Get a Tranny President? by MagicMike in news

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What are you talking about? Obama was years ago.

“I listen to everything” by goobandit in memes

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Is the punchline "trash"? I don't get it.

More than 60% of the French believe in the Great Replacement theory by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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I wonder what the overlap for those figures is. Could be the ones worried think it isn't happening, because they're okay with how things are, so they reason it couldn't be happening.

I want a lovely flaxen-haired beauty by BlueFrost in whatever

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hwheat fields

The most annoying thing about the Chappelle controversy is the amount of idolatry he is getting from conservatives. by JuliusCaesar225 in debatealtright

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FWIW, civnats idolizing Chapelle isn't new.

But also, all types who listen to mainstream comedians are slightly off somehow. Maybe it's smugness they've absorbed, or just chucklefuckery. They are off-putting. Don't take stand-up fans any more seriously than heavy metal music fans.

Marine veteran wants to sue Walmart after pharmacist denied him access to Ivermectin by [deleted] in politics

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I doubt Walmart has any policy the pharmacist is breaking.

However, some pharmacies do. For example, Walgreens in 2018 specifically prohibited pharmacists from choosing not to fill prescriptions:

[She] was determined to do whatever she could to help other women from feeling as judged as she did. She filed a complaint through the American Civil Liberties Union alleging sex discrimination, and Walgreens ultimately agreed to a company-wide policy so customers would get prescriptions in a timely matter, even if pharmacists had personal objections to the medication.

Anyway, pretending off-label prescriptions have never existed is going to backfire on the media, if the unemployed nurses and doctors can pry themselves off chinese dance apps for two minutes.

My wife stated that he did not have the right to stand between our physician's prescription and the patent, he asserted that he did have that right and he refused to do so,

The Somali-stomper is wrong here. The pharmacist can be held liable for interactions they are aware of, and has a duty to intercept any prescriptions that look wrong. It's just that off-label use of ivermectin is proven by studies and practice all over the world, so this is a political ploy. But it's not as simple as a vending machine, even though it should be.

raise money to file a federal lawsuit against the pharmacist and Walmart

It's a grift. There is a lawsuit in here somewhere, but I bet this will be rightly thrown out.

Free Speech and Offensive Content by fschmidt in nonmorons

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subs muted by N users. So MOST would exclude the most offensive subs.

Where "offensive" here means a plurality or majority of your users don't want to see it, which isn't what it means.

Do you never mute subs you agree with precisely because it's boring shit you agree with? Do you never see an influx of users you don't agree with? If you want your users to comprise a hive mind, it needs to be an exclusive club.

Free Speech and Offensive Content by fschmidt in nonmorons

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Dealing with offensive content means that the majority of the content that the average user sees by default shouldn't be offensive to him.

I disagree. It depends on what the user's goal is. Avoiding offense is what nancy boys aspire to.

RANDOM is useless.

Wrong.

If you don't like how a sub is moderated, don't go there and possibly mute the sub.

Admirable, but the site will suffer from bad content if your default front page isn't appealing. This is the fine line Voat trod, with more or less moderation of subs getting them into trouble. Either your site needs a strict policy that you can hold moderators accountable to, or your default subs need to be admin-only, without separate moderators believing they have control.

What will new visitors see? This is the "front" page. Tailor it to not drive people away, but to still attract the people who have been driven away from other sites. For logged-in users, this should simply be their subscribed subs minus their muted ones, which is a way of asking for those posts to be shown.

Should "all" exclude muted subs? To me, yes. That makes it easy to browse items from new and previously-idle subs without being bothered with crap I explicitly muted. This is especially important as a site grows with different diaspora groups on it. This mattered for Voat and Saidit. Maybe it won't for yours, if it never grows that big.

Globohomo art style by Fourth_stage in debatealtright

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To be more specific, it's known as "Alegria" or "Corporate Memphis".

There has been some 4chan analysis on what purpose it serves. E.g., erasing skin color and Cartesian sense in order to avoid "body shame" or whatever. Though that begs the question why every ad, banner, and header has to have peoploids on them doing nothing relevant, instead of images at least vaguely related to the business. This bothers me the most from certain grocery stores and similar, and those even keep realistic skin colors. Maybe that's one step more woke than even Alegria, I don't know. It's all a step down from their exclusively-black stock photography, because it's confounding enough to be distracting.

(Sadly, neither Infogalactic nor Conservapedia seem to have entries on it. The boomers are behind the times.)

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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Yeah, I'd rather get away with murder, too.

What is happening in this world by magnora7 in whatever

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But Texas just made a law for $10k reward for ratting on people getting abortions. So it's all just kind of a fucking joke at this point. The people are not being represented in any aspect of government or industry.

The people who kill babies? Good.

Microscopic images showing the impact of covid vaccines on the body by dissidentrhetoric in Coronavirus

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I have no idea what I'm looking at.

This is the cookies police. by humancorpse in technology

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You don't have to. Use a cookie list on your ad blocker. Ublock Origin has one built in you could enable, under "Annoyances" in the filter list preferences.

"I've seen 32 elderly people pass away immediately after taking the Moderna vaccine." by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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That's the one Hank Aaron got in January. He died 17 days later. That's after the two-week window, unlike this guy's patients.

I wonder how many of the "Herman Cain Award winners" were actually vaccinated.

what is this efnet? by humancorpse in technology

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IRC network. It doesn't provide servers, it is the collection of servers which have linked together to form it.

Alarming levels of Glyphosate were found in popular American foods. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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No surprise it's all grains: farmers use roundup to dry grains, not to kill weeds.

Note that this is from 2016. That site's latest story on glyphosate shows Bayer pulling it from stores in July... but only for home use. Something's happening, but it's slow.

Alarming levels of Glyphosate were found in popular American foods. by HibikiBlack in FoodCrises

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No surprise it's all grains: farmers use roundup to dry grains, not to kill weeds.

Note that this is from 2016. That site's latest story on glyphosate shows Bayer pulling it from stores in July... but only for home use. Something's happening, but it's slow.

Anyone else seeing a massive increase in race-mixing ads in 2021? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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No.

Durocher wrote an article about the Zemmour phenomenon in France and got slaughtered in the comments section in unz by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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That's not how it was some centuries ago.

Durocher wrote an article about the Zemmour phenomenon in France and got slaughtered in the comments section in unz by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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potential to elect a leader

Representatives aren't leaders.

What advantage would our enemies derive from replacing eternal loser Le Pen with a more energetic figure

Easier comparisons to the Reich, for one. When the boy cries wolf, it suits him to release a dog now and then to tear out some throats, to bolster his lies, if indeed lying is his purpose.

If a European country has the potential to elect a leader who explicitly talks about The Great Replacement

No European majority is that based. We emigrated long ago.

Supposedly the C-vax has killed twice the number of Americans as all the other vaxes combined over the last 20 years. BUT how many injections is that? by curious2 in conspiracy

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Children in the US aren't routinely vaccinated against polio or smallpox any more, because it doesn't appear, because of the success of the vaccine, according to all indications. Other places show the same success, like India a few years ago.

But maybe polio wasn't quite the danger we all thought it was. For example, FDR probably had Guilliain-Barre Syndrome, the same disease that still cripples victims of vaccines and viruses today.

Joe Biden Does Not Exist by StillLessons in politics

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Telling the press he isn't allowed should engender huge response. Why isn't Rand Paul shoving the 25th Amendment into both of Maxine Waters' eye sockets?

Supposedly the C-vax has killed twice the number of Americans as all the other vaxes combined over the last 20 years. BUT how many injections is that? by curious2 in conspiracy

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For the US: Influenza Vaccine Doses Distributed in the United States, By Season

Note that this is only flu vaccines *distributed,* including any which expired and were tossed, or otherwise spoiled, but not including pneumonia shots or any other kind. But these probably comprise the vast majority of vaccines administered. I would guess pneumonia shots (and standard child vaccines like MMR or whatever they do now) would be next numerous, and they might have that on another page.

They seem to get these number from manufacturers, and there's no coordinated reporting on shots administered. If you knew the right people to ask, you could make an educated guess on how many of those were actually administered. I wouldn't be surprised if it were as low as 80%. They aren't very expensive.

And for comparison, COVID-19 Data Tracker


I searched for the original claim by McCullough on the site he writes for, but couldn't find it. I did find this article from August 31 republished all over though, with this snippet:

The notion that a “vaccine” that has killed more people in nine months than all other vaccines combined in three decades is considered safe stretches beyond the bounds of credulity and further undermines public trust in the FDA

It's long, and does cite and link to things like VAERS numbers, but it would take some reading to tell whether that "notion" is correct. It's annoyingly written like a boomer's political newsletter.

Liberal seethes because her friends are not woke (fascist) enough for her anymore by metafilter_sucks in MeanwhileOnMetafilter

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In response to the one answer that wasn't anti-white bandwagoning:

Please show respect by following my clear request: "I'm not interested in answers about how I can preserve these friendships by changing myself".

This is like a line out of a sitcom about how women hate to have their problems solved.

Geert Vanden Bossche: Keep asking the wrong questions and we’ll never tame this pandemic by Maniak in WayOfTheBern

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enrichment of these populations with healthy, unvaccinated individuals (hence why we will need a baby boom and encourage the influx of young & healthy unvaccinated immigrants).

This sounds like a solution in search of a problem.

massive antiviral chemoprophylaxis of all healthy individuals

The CDC flatly denied that any treatments were sanctioned before Merck's equine encephalitis pill was ready. What preventtive antivirals are effective? How close is pharma from making that into a wealth-crushing therapy?

The author doesn't say.

The New Normal by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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It's a subtle trifecta: based on a search of the name and the face, the ad on the bench features Jamar Hardy, "Director of Diversity and Inclusion" at a Minneapolis real estate office.

This could be a David Dees cartoon.

Propaganda - p: Machinery by thefirststone in MusicVideos

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Another hope feeds another dream

another truth installed by the machine.

A secret wish the marrying of lies

today you find is true what common sense denies.

The calls of the machines drowning in the steam.

On joyless lanes we walk in lines

a calm but steady flow.

Our strength is running low.

SaidIt clone design? by fschmidt in AskSaidIt

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Most social media only allows users to "like", similar to Saidit.

SaidIt clone design? by fschmidt in AskSaidIt

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Downvotes don't have to be used to hide things the mob disagrees with, and to throttle or ban users. It used to be common and useful to sort posts or comments by "controversial" on Reddit precisely because it gives you information Saidit doesn't use. But the site doesn't have to use it like Reddit and Voat did. It can just be displayed.

Patriot Boss Fires Vaxxed Employees To Get Below 100 Workers & Gives Unjabbed a Raise by JustLookDontDismiss in news

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Discrimination is good and necessary.

@PierreKory: "Hey FDA! You are not a horse. You are not a cow. So stop your reckless, fast-tracked regulatory approval of a mutagenic HORSE DRUG ya captured nitwits" by Maniak in WayOfTheBern

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More specifics and links you can show to people:

Molnupiravir is EIDD-2801. Also:

EIDD-2801’s story starts years before the coronavirus crisis. In 2014, Painter and his colleagues at Emory University began a project funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to find an antiviral compound that could fight Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus (VEEV).

CIA admits that China and Iran have executed entire networks of their spies by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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There's more than one front in their war. Conflict with the FBI seems to peak through here and there. They don't need the same types of spy networks to fight that.

I just don't buy disclosing this so widely without ulterior motive. And the NYT is intimate with the decision-makers involved.

Contrary to the tweeter's thoughts, I do buy the idea they're all incompetent. But they also have plans and move all at once. And the trend since Bush has been to look weak, bumbling, and fragile in affairs that make no ultimate difference.

CIA admits that China and Iran have executed entire networks of their spies by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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This is good for US dissidents as a less competent deep state means the regime will be less effective in pursuing its agenda

Have you considered that expiring excess staff is part of their agenda?

Play the wounded animal, let our "mortal enemies" draw blood. That eliminates the threat from possible rogue trustees. Meanwhile, fill your ranks with easily-manipulated cannon fodder who operate the tools of war really doing the job.

Downsizing done another way might raise conflict from within the ranks.

Imagine planting your own whistleblower to expose yourself for not censoring enough so you can censor more. by JasonCarswell in censorship

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Sure, but imagine that tactic actually working. That is fucked.

"I Guess You Don't Own Your Body" NBA Player Andrew Wiggins After Obeying NBA/San Francisco Mandate (6:57) by Noam_Chomsky in VaccineSkepticism

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Forced, but here's why he did it voluntarily. Deceived, but here's how they are shamed despite knowing what they're doing.

Somehow these monologues all turn into an exaggerated blame game where rich athletes and movie stars have their cake and eat it too.

Workers at all of Kellogg's U.S. cereal plants go on strike by carn0ld03 in USnews

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but when they start manufacturing our food down where they are out of the FDA control and OSHA control, I have a huge problem with that

Breakfast cereal is barely food, and importing food -- canned, bagged, frozen, fresh -- is nothing new. This union rep sounds like he has no contact with the industry. Very bad look.

2 Live Crew - Me So Horny (Explicit) by AmericanMuskrat in MusicVideos

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Yeah, I guess. But it's been done better.

Left wing doxxer gets doxxed by Unskilledlaborer in politics

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I'm not going to release any of it

Then he's not doxed, the point of which is publishing the docs.

Ruqqus is Officially Shutting Down by Rastafoo in news

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deliciously based

Ruqqus is Officially Shutting Down by Rastafoo in news

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Now, now. Be a good neighbor. Bake swastika cookies and put on your hood and greet the newcomers with a homey bonfire.

Ruqqus is Officially Shutting Down by Rastafoo in news

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haha /nelson

Everyone that takes the corona vaccine will get AIDS by JustLookDontDismiss in news

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What a frustrating platform Rumble is, that comments aren't visible when you aren't signed in, and the videos are tedious clickbait that could have been communicated in a few words and images. And this obviously isn't a video targeted to that platform because he mimes an injection and says "because I can't say it." He does the miming and word replacement constantly throughout. This is stupid and unnecessary, and it seems like a fetish.

Here are some notes for those who rightly don't value these platforms and videos which are not forthcoming with information up front.

  • 2m38s It actually starts. Case one.
  • 3m55s Case one bloodwork.
  • 4m46s mispronounces "macrophages"
  • 5m20s "Here's what's interesting." CD8 cells out of range, "killer T-cells", basically an aids test", okay?"
  • 7m15s After the second shot, other standard immune cells elevated, out of range. "Please stay with me, okay?" He doesn't say how the immune system reacts to actual vaccines, the ones that aren't mRNA therapies or adenovirus therapies.
  • 9m12s What has changed? Makes statements about diet and exercise which are probably specious, makes melodramatic insinuations. This makes me less likely to believe he knows the patient at all.
  • 9m48s He thinks "dumb" as in mute is a "biblical term", I guess in the same way "to know" means something very speciific "in the biblical sense"... weird. This guy is an MD? Really? Are you sure?
  • 10m50s "Stay with me." I'm waiting for minutes for something to happen.
  • 11m20s These immune markers make it more likely for a new infection to happen. "Please share this video." Actually, he should be considering flu infections more than even cold/coronavirus, but that wouldn't be eXTREME to the MAX for his viewership.
  • 13m48s "I don't know." Of course you don't. And you're afraid because you can be held professionally responsible for that. Maybe use less bombast and more 7up and chicken soup next time. Just a thought.
  • 14m52s Wrapping up. I guess there is no case two. Rambling that "not one doctor will run that test" after he ran a simple immune test, I guess.
  • 16m36 End

I watched it at over 1.5 times speed, and I still feel like I wasted my time.

Biden’s Lawless Vaccine Mandate by penelopepnortney in WayOfTheBern

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I also agree with Stalin: everything I don't like is right-wing.

"Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth." Buddha by EndlessSunflowers in quotes

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Dead men don't tell tales.

The Only People Mad At You For Speaking The Truth Are Those Living A Lie by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Is "living a lie" the same as wishing malicious violence to come to certain groups of people? This is some boomer-tier cope that amounts to "we're all the same, only some are deluded". Which is pretty much like saying there's no evil, only ignorance.

I disagree with that.

Purchases of PCR tests in China surged months before the first official reports of a novel coronavirus case there, according to an Australia-based cybersecurity company. About 67.4 million yuan ($10.5 million) was spent on PCR tests in 2019, nearly double the 2018 total according to the report. by Orangutan in WorldNews

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Orders doubled from universities, jumped fivefold from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention and surged tenfold from animal testing bureaus. Purchases from hospitals declined by more than 10%.

Monthly procurement data shows a spike in orders in May, especially from CDC buyers and the People's Liberation Army.

It's theoretically possible prices dropped, so they could have been stocking up. The report is behind some signup form that demands a phone number, so I don't know whether they bothered to look at that.

But if the CDC was buying in May (this article is too ambiguous to say), that puts it still more than two months before the virology lab at Fort Detrick stopped operations, and then was closed at the beginning of August.

I remember vaguely that some of its operations were moved around that time. Was it to Wuhan? I need a chart to keep track of all this shit that's getting deleted.