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[#] Tue Jan 19 2021 08:18:48 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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They think we've brainwashed people of color with our ideas of self-accountability and self-actualization. 

They don't understand people of color who reject their dogma that people of color are hopelessly oppressed and broken by the system and therefore incapable of taking care of themselves without the assistance of a group of rich white people in charge of their lives. 


Tue Jan 19 2021 00:27:04 MST from TheDave

And they think that middle america supports them.  hahahahahahahahaha



 



[#] Tue Jan 19 2021 08:31:30 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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The events at the docks at Boston on December 16th, 1773 were encouraged by ruthless dictators trying to usurp their lawfully appointed Government. They use this new invention of mass communication, the Printing Press, to spread their radical agenda of false-news to the population, to organize and mobilize against their legitimate government, and to sow and create unrest among a peaceful, civil society. We need to silence their voice - and their access to the Printing Press is the problem. There is no need to tolerate their violent words, to allow them to be heard. They must be silenced so that the peaceful people of Great Britain can begin to heal and mend their differences of opinions through the proven, benevolent leadership of their attentive and responsive Government.

We need to silence the voice of radicalism in Great Britain today, before it is too late. The colonist insurgents that unlawfully attacked the Boston Harbor must all be held accountable, and anyone defending their position must be silenced! The printing press, abused by these militant insurgents, is the single greatest danger to our society present - and we must cut these people off from access to such ability to communicate their ideas - now, before it is too late!

-His Majesty's Royal Government


[#] Tue Jan 19 2021 16:31:57 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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[#] Tue Jan 19 2021 20:49:45 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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Cheerful thought for the night.

 

So, a long time ago, in better times, I came up with this theory. The reason we've had a remarkable rise in serial killers, psychopaths and sociopaths in society is because as tyrannical governments decreased in numbers, this class of person has become chronically under-employed. As recently as the 50s or 60s someone so inclined could get a rewarding career in a Sanitarium or prison - although even there, the job benefits of such employment for the sadist or psychopath were already declining - the golden days began to end around the turn of the 20th century. I bet one could chart an inverse graph between "the increasing rights and expectations of basic human dignity of the incarcerated," and the rise of cases of psychotic criminal behavior in society.

And I do agree with the libertarians - that in modern times, one of the few remaining somewhat safe refuges for people inclined toward criminally sadistic behavior has been among the ranks of the police.

As a society, this trait exists because sometimes we need people without compassion or morality or empathy to do something none of the rest want to do.

But as society has become more stable, comfortable and safe, we need a lot less of these people. They're still there - they still reproduce little clone psychopaths to be the next generation of court inquisitioner or dungeon torture-master - but the jobs are gone. Peeling the skin off a living person or sticking a cage full of hungry rats over their head just doesn't have the same glow for society that it might have had 400 years ago.

But, tonight I realized, if you're one of the chronically underemployed of this category - your job prospects may be about to pick up. Good news for you... I guess.

The rest of us, probably not so much.





[#] Fri Jan 22 2021 10:52:15 MST from ParanoidDelusions

Subject: Fauci Lied, but we won't ask ourselves why.

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My latest blog. 

I don't want to share it on Facebook - but I can't stop YOU from sharing it on any social media sites where you think readers would benefit from reading it. I encourage you to do so. 

http://donovancolbert.blogspot.com/2021/01/fauci-lied-people-died.html

 



[#] Fri Jan 22 2021 15:43:36 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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I feel like the entire nation is in a collective pause, holding its breath - waiting for the other shoe to drop and the shit to hit the fan. It is like we're not sure it is about to go really bad - but we all feel that things are about to just go batshit crazy. 

Is it just me... or anyone else feeling this? 

 



[#] Fri Jan 22 2021 22:32:52 MST from TheDave

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Fri Jan 22 2021 15:43:36 MST from ParanoidDelusions

I feel like the entire nation is in a collective pause, holding its breath - waiting for the other shoe to drop and the shit to hit the fan. It is like we're not sure it is about to go really bad - but we all feel that things are about to just go batshit crazy. 

Is it just me... or anyone else feeling this? 

 

It's like that moment in V for Vendetta where the cop is explaining what's going to happen.  Someone will do something stupid and it will light the powderkeg.  I hope I'm wrong, but I don't think there's any way Biden's presidency ends well for anyone.



[#] Sat Jan 23 2021 09:05:16 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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Yup. There is this kind of hushed silence right now that feels a LOT like the calm before the storm. 

And Mitch McConnell may be about to be the one who lights the fucking fuse. Dan Crenshaw and the other Republicans who are against the impeachment have it right. Their fear of having Trump ever hold office again being so deep that they're engaging in an obvious kangaroo court so that the people *cannot* "make that mistake again" with this particular man is just a dumb fucking pissing match. 

He'll run his son, or someone else in his family, they'll win, and he'll be President by proxy anyhow. 

And it just makes them look bad. They're so afraid of the will of the PEOPLE that they'll take the choice away. 

Even the GOP. The GOP is going to get decimated in 2024. The Democrats may actually get two terms out of this administration - simply because NO ONE is going to turn out to vote Republican. But if Trump organizes a party and someone like Cruz has to run on his ticket - that could be interesting. I think the GOP is dead. 

 

Fri Jan 22 2021 22:32:52 MST from TheDave

 

Fri Jan 22 2021 15:43:36 MST from ParanoidDelusions

I feel like the entire nation is in a collective pause, holding its breath - waiting for the other shoe to drop and the shit to hit the fan. It is like we're not sure it is about to go really bad - but we all feel that things are about to just go batshit crazy. 

Is it just me... or anyone else feeling this? 

 

It's like that moment in V for Vendetta where the cop is explaining what's going to happen.  Someone will do something stupid and it will light the powderkeg.  I hope I'm wrong, but I don't think there's any way Biden's presidency ends well for anyone.



 



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 17:05:14 MST from Jerry Moore Jr.

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I'm not even going to copy any of the recent comments, since you know what you said. I have had similar feelings to the rest of you, since before the end of last year. I truly believe that we are headed for Civil War II, and that it will make the first one look like a picnic. I don't expect to survive it, since I'm already dying of Congestive Heart Failure (an extremely slow heart attack), so the war probably won't be the reason. Of course, even as a non-combatant, I would still need the Social Security to keep eating, so the war may get me, anyway.

My advice to anybody who hopes to survive is this:  Make sure that you have food and weapons that the government doesn't know about, and try to be in a fortified or at least fortifyable place. Cooperating with like minded folks could be a plus, but be careful who your friends are, in this context.



[#] Sun Jan 24 2021 17:28:12 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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I'm not sure if it happens like this, though. I'm not sure the people have the collective will to resist - and even if they do, I don't know if the apparatus of the modern Military State can be overcome to organize. 
That is, the war may have already been fought, and lost, and we don't even realize it. 

I think that it is possible that the only thing that can reset the clock is a global disaster. Yellowstone or a big meteor or something like that. Something that literally sets us back to at LEAST the frontier times... although anything earlier than that would certainly work too. 

This society needs a do-over. 

 

Sun Jan 24 2021 17:05:14 MST from Jerry Moore Jr.

I'm not even going to copy any of the recent comments, since you know what you said. I have had similar feelings to the rest of you, since before the end of last year. I truly believe that we are headed for Civil War II, and that it will make the first one look like a picnic. I don't expect to survive it, since I'm already dying of Congestive Heart Failure (an extremely slow heart attack), so the war probably won't be the reason. Of course, even as a non-combatant, I would still need the Social Security to keep eating, so the war may get me, anyway.

My advice to anybody who hopes to survive is this:  Make sure that you have food and weapons that the government doesn't know about, and try to be in a fortified or at least fortifyable place. Cooperating with like minded folks could be a plus, but be careful who your friends are, in this context.



 



[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 12:46:54 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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Something I've noticed about the Democrats. They're not willing to just disagree about election fraud. They're adamant that any and all claims of election fraud be shut down. These are some of the same people that *still* insist that 9/11 was an inside job by the Bush family - but they can't abide *anyone* believing that voting irregularities cast the 2020 election results into ANY doubt.
The media, the social media sites, and Democrat voters all screech "REEEEEEEEEEEEE" and start pounding themselves in the head if you even hint that you think the 2020 results were a little fishy.
"THERE IS NO EVIDENCE! ALL THE COURT CASES WERE THROWN OUT!"
No... there were all kinds of last minute changes to the mail in voting laws, there were all kinds of mail in voting laws that were disregarded. Mail in voting deadlines were changed. State senates blocked court cases, refused subpoenas. Trump got more votes than Obama ever got, and Harris didn't get 1% of the Democrat primary, and Biden was never an inspiring choice, he was just the best of the Democrat field - and yet a Biden/Harris ticket not only beat Trump, but beat BOTH Obama numbers? That isn't SUSPICIOUS?
The fact that the Democrats are so hysterical about shutting down claims of election fraud...
Is itself suspicious.
"You shut up with your conspiracy theories!"
Uh huh. Why so triggered, huh?
 
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[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 18:49:59 MST from Google Bot

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Incorrect.

In 2000 the democrats believed in election problems, and in 2016 they believed in election problems.   



[#] Mon Jan 25 2021 19:22:22 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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They have conveniently forgotten this. 

 

Mon Jan 25 2021 18:49:59 MST from Google Bot

Incorrect.

In 2000 the democrats believed in election problems, and in 2016 they believed in election problems.   



 



[#] Wed Jan 27 2021 01:23:49 MST from TheDave

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Project Veritas is suing the New York Times for Defamation, and posted this brilliant video about it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMGFRRMdhQw&ab_channel=ProjectVeritas

 

I'm pretty stoked about it.



[#] Wed Jan 27 2021 09:52:22 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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If they win, they should throw a yacht party and invite the kid who sued CNN. 

 

Wed Jan 27 2021 01:23:49 MST from TheDave

Project Veritas is suing the New York Times for Defamation, and posted this brilliant video about it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMGFRRMdhQw&ab_channel=ProjectVeritas

 

I'm pretty stoked about it.



 



[#] Mon Feb 01 2021 06:03:24 MST from TheDave

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https://youtu.be/4_qxJEsvvSA?t=4801

 

Elon Musk interviews the CEO of Robinhood, who explains exactly why they restricted trade of Gamestop stock for a while.  I've queued up the relevant part for you.



[#] Mon Feb 01 2021 10:59:54 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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The Robinhood dude sounds like Zuckenberg - he says a lot without saying anything. 

It was an unusual market condition, the Feds wanted a HUGE guarantee in some sort of escrow as some kind of automated process, and Robinhood decided to suspend activities until the issue could be worked out. 

Yeah? I'm still listening to him "uh, yeah - and... uh, the operations team was uh, I was uh, asleep and we uh, got back and uh...." his way through it. 

 

 

Mon Feb 01 2021 06:03:24 MST from TheDave

https://youtu.be/4_qxJEsvvSA?t=4801

 

Elon Musk interviews the CEO of Robinhood, who explains exactly why they restricted trade of Gamestop stock for a while.  I've queued up the relevant part for you.



 



[#] Mon Feb 01 2021 11:01:27 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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Fucking details and bullet points - why does the Zuckenberg generation struggle with these things? 




Mon Feb 01 2021 10:59:54 MST from ParanoidDelusions

The Robinhood dude sounds like Zuckenberg - he says a lot without saying anything. 

It was an unusual market condition, the Feds wanted a HUGE guarantee in some sort of escrow as some kind of automated process, and Robinhood decided to suspend activities until the issue could be worked out. 

Yeah? I'm still listening to him "uh, yeah - and... uh, the operations team was uh, I was uh, asleep and we uh, got back and uh...." his way through it. 

 

 

Mon Feb 01 2021 06:03:24 MST from TheDave

https://youtu.be/4_qxJEsvvSA?t=4801

 

Elon Musk interviews the CEO of Robinhood, who explains exactly why they restricted trade of Gamestop stock for a while.  I've queued up the relevant part for you.



 



 



[#] Sat Feb 06 2021 02:59:55 MST from TheDave

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It's not even a government thing, the people who insisted on the large deposit are a cabal of industry insiders.