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Chopblock 127 points ago +129 / -2

Maybe the cops can beat the buildings into submission

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Klown_Schwab 6 points ago +6 / -0

Truckers and tradies don't even need to protest.

They just need to go on strike until the government backs down on their vax mandates.

Government bureaucrats and white collar vax zealots supporting them don't appreciate how dependent they are on blue collar workers.

When their food and toilet paper doesn't magically appear at the store, a tree downs a powerline, a watermain bursts, the roads are full of pot holes and no one's there to fix it... the over priced apartments they put ridiculous down payments on are sitting there as unfinished concrete frames deteriorating and depreciating in value... maybe then they'll appreciate.

IF truckers and tradies can hold the line and stare down the covid dictators... things could get interesting. Who will blink first?

Big "if".

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Klown_Schwab 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've also come to understand from studying all the central bank and stock market fuckery... money is fake. It's printed out of thin air and funneled here and there for political and social engineering purposes.

They're inflating asset prices and especially college and real estate for the purpose of saddling normal people with huge debts. This is not a by-product or simply greed.

People who live paycheck to paycheck and are worried about missing a debt payment and losing their home, and have nothing left over to save for a rainy day... will be terrified of losing their jobs and put up with poor working conditions or nonsensical vax mandates.... much more than people who own their homes outright, are somewhat self-sufficient and have an emergency fund for a rainy day.

Fuck I'm starting to sound like a commie here... but truckies and tradies need to understand their labor has the real value. The fake central bank tokens they get in exchange for the actual boots on the ground labor the perform to keep the system running is actually an illusion designed to illicit their compliance.

If workers of the world or even one country truly united they could hold the government and the banksters hostage. They're just parasitic middlemen at this point. They need us more than we need them.