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BoricuaPede 2 points ago +2 / -0

Everything available so far is in Spanish. Here is a radio interview with the lawyer Juan Gaud discussing the victory: https://www.facebook.com/santiagogabrielini.analizalosdatos/videos/335859461663603. Maybe some of the other boricua pedes could listen and summarize the rest of the info for our GringoPedes?

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BoricuaPede 9 points ago +9 / -0

No, this is a state court injunction. Federal soon (we did arguments in Federal court last week). All Federal decisions come down in English, even here.

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BoricuaPede 1 point ago +1 / -0

Let them flip. Who gives a shit. The sooner the GOPDNC stops pretending to be two parties the sooner we can have a real party.

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BoricuaPede 0 points ago +1 / -1

No links to Salem properties. They are as much controlled opposition as Fox.

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BoricuaPede 1 point ago +1 / -0

A whole lotta social distancing in that creepy grandma-dancing bit.

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BoricuaPede 29 points ago +29 / -0

Yes. And we're suing in Federal court too. Same court system. We get shit shut down with a Federal injunction, it's going to make some real waves everywhere in the country. Imagine muh brown people winning a Federal case against mandates!

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BoricuaPede 12 points ago +12 / -0

Yes, I'm waiting on Lcdo. Gaud to publish the full decision in PDF and then I'll link it here. It will be in Spanish, tho.

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BoricuaPede 15 points ago +15 / -0

Yes, it is in the text of the executive order: "Por otro lado, se permite —a manera de excepción— el no inocularse por motivos religiosos siempre y cuando la vacuna vaya en contra de los dogmas de la religión del empleado. Para cumplir con esta excepción, la persona deberá presentar una declaración jurada en la que certifique junta al ministro o líder eclesiástico de su religión o secta, ambos declarando bajo juramento y sujeto a perjurio, que por causa de sus creencias religiosas no podra ser inoculado contra el COVID-19." (On the other hand, it is permitted, by way of exception, for a person to not be inoculated but only when the vaccination goes against the dogmas of the religion of the employee. To meet the conditions of this exception, the person must present a sworn testimony in which he certifies, together with the minister or ecclesiastical leader of his religion or sect, both declaring under oath and subject to perjury, that because of their religious beliefs they cannot be inoculated against Covid-19." Link to the order (Spanish). https://assets-global.website-files.com/6078c37d59795548262e3647/611520865f217c3fb1881678_OE-2021-063-compressed.pdf

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BoricuaPede 31 points ago +31 / -0

Yeah, we have some surprisingly based judges. For example, the then- Federal 1st Circuit Court Justice Juan Torruella struck down Obergeffel, if you can believe it, and dared Washington to impeach him. They never did, and the government's appeal went nowhere, so Puerto Rico is the last place under Old Glory where gheymarrij is officially illegal (though the cucks in San Juan rushed to make "administrative orders" that get around it).

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BoricuaPede 9 points ago +9 / -0

Thank you, pede. The conservative movement here is pretty new, only really the last two elections, and we all are taking inspiration from everyone stateside. Trump especially, contra everything your media tells you, has become a folk hero here and has opened an awful lot of eyes with the way the media treated him.

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BoricuaPede 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, I can't say I was aware of him till this Covid debacle, to be honest, because I haven't lived stateside since 1996, when I did an internship at Mayo, and back then I was a flaming leftie. I've only been voting Republican since Bush Junior's second term (gag, I know).

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BoricuaPede 2 points ago +3 / -1

Bro, that virus and condition was in my med school textbook back in 1985. You're right about the programming, but this is not an example.

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BoricuaPede 2 points ago +2 / -0

On Saturday we had a vaccine mandate protest at the Capitol here and then marched to the Governor's Mansion. At 4 PM, the police commander got out a megaphone and started telling everyone to disperse. We said no. He ordered his cops to get spicy. They refused. Some of them left, some of them stood idle, and a few good ones joined the protest. I was there. I saw this. We are beginning to see the end of the beginning.

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BoricuaPede 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh God, another article about Big Brother is watching you.

Listen, you don't have to give Big Tech and Big Brother more than the barest scrapes of info on yourself.

1.) Use a VPN, preferably one in Iceland or Switzerland that is certified log-free. They have no hard drives, only RAM, so they literally can't keep track.

2.) Visit this site and other spicy ones using the Tor Network. It's not perfect, but it makes you a lot harder to follow. Meanwhile, be sure your normal browser hits up all the approved groupthink websites every now and then. Accept all their cookies and notifications so you look like a good little lemming.

3.) Quit using your cell phone's built-in text app and switch to Signal. As easy as pie and no one can peek in.

4.) Delete all the spyware on your phone. No, you do not need to root it. There are ways to go in and zap every Google product from your phone as easily as deleting files on your computer. Look for help for yours. Yes, they can still see where you went in general but you're not giving them granular data.

5.) Quit using Big Tech e-mail. You can host your own e-mail in your basement with something as cheap as a Raspberry Pi. Encrypted end-to-end e-mails and you control if a copy is kept or not. Every pede should start building a circle of trusted contacts using this system.

6.) Contribute to the privacy effort by hosting a Tor node on an unused computer. Join projects like the new Pi Coin initiative, which aims to take cryptocurrency away from centralized powers and make it thoroughly distributed.

7.) Stop posting your life out there for everyone to see. Use some common sense. Have a Facebook account? Great. Click "like" on a few groupthink misleadia articles every few days. Keep your real opinions to yourself. It's more great camouflage.

8.) Stay off porn sites. They are honeypots run by intelligence agencies. They can be used to inject nasty stuff into your computer and more than one innocent pede has gone to prison for the ############ he never saw that they slipped onto the hidden partition of his hard drive. Don't be stupid. Nothing good comes of that crap anyway.

9.) Cancel Netflix, Hulu, and the rest if you haven't already. Not only will you reduce your online footprint, you can go with a cheaper Internet service since you won't need so much bandwidth. Read a book, take a class, learn a new craft.

10.) Use cash and shop local whenever possible. Amazon does not make money selling you Chinese crap. They are a front for all the intelligence agencies and their real role is to keep Big Brother fed with info about you.

11.) Think twice before donating to nonprofits. Many of them nowadays are just corrupt fronts that exist to waste government money. Meanwhile, their data lists are all stored in centralized, cloud-based donor companies. That's why when you give to the Red Cross, the Salvation Army hits you up for cash. And by the way, the Salvation Army down the street in my town had a "Period Justice" event the other night to remind everyone, "Not everyone who has periods is a woman." So many once-great organizations are thoroughly compromised.

Did I forget anything? Add your tips below.

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BoricuaPede 4 points ago +4 / -0

Instead of wondering, take a look at Venezuela's stock market or Iran's stock market. Both are thriving. No matter what happens, the elite always keep their machines running. I'm taking my Bidenbucks and putting them into the market as a hedge against inflation. Rule number 1: Governments never collapse. That's a fantasy of movies. Rule number 2: Stocks always go up. The stock market in Germany went up during the Wiemar Republic, went up in WWII, went up when the country was literally split in two, and is now almost 10000 points higher than it was in 1950. Holland's stock market is the oldest in the world and has only gone up through all the crap this world has seen since the 1600's. My rule of thumb is to keep my money working for me in the same place as the elite keep theirs. As long as there's some semblance of an economy, it's the safest place.

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BoricuaPede 2 points ago +2 / -0

Couple grand? That oughtta do it. As long as you make it abundantly clear you're not there to compete with whatever side business they got going on or to take on any of the local thugs. There will be some curiosity, but let them come and squeeze a few rounds off with you and part as friends.

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BoricuaPede 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't know what the law might say, but in places like this, no one would care.

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BoricuaPede 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Allies." Let China have them. They're allies in the same way a whore is a lover.

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BoricuaPede 3 points ago +3 / -0

So you simultaneously invest in big corporations and call for people to starve them? Cool story, bro.

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BoricuaPede 13 points ago +13 / -0

Want to know the best part? The "Covid relief plan" also extends the Federal EITC to Puerto Rico, where pretty much everyone is exempt from paying Federal income tax. That's thousands of dollars in "refunds" per year for families that don't even pay into the system. I'm surprised there hasn't been more noise about this up in the States. This is literally representation without taxation.

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BoricuaPede 2 points ago +2 / -0

Americans spell it "realize," new account. GTFO.

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