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Pre-dawn raid when? Also contact RSBN so they can show up before the agents knock the door down.
They hit him in his Achilles heel, he's a softie under that thick skin. He cares about people and doesn't want people to die if he can prevent it. It makes what they've done to him and to the world that much more sinister, taking advantage of someone like that and committing crimes thanks to it. I've always said, if hard evidence shows they planned and discussed a strategy to plan a WuFlu epidemic is EVER found we need to pull out all the stops and take out the guillotines for every single one of them. Do not be shy about punishing mass murderers who use bioweapons, being soft on them only encourages them to do it more. They will not stop until the guillotines start rusting.
The big problem with this kind of situation is instead of there being direct sharing of information on users with a bit of transparency, there's going to be mysterious "leaks" and DDG will make a PR statement saying everything is OK and your information is safe. They basically are a safe search engine with a back door now, the internet explorer of search engines.
There's 2 steps to this process. A group funding the effort needs to show the migrants the money, this means they need food/clothes/transportation, often buses seal the deal. Remember Robert Francis O'Rouke caught funding the caravans? People with big money are behind this, Soros is just one of several who've gotten into the trade. Second there's the manpower angle of doing this. I believe there are two actors in this, there are churches and religious organizations who assist out moral obligation. Some are being used and are just good people, others are helping them illegally cross the border in the hopes of adding members to their church as well as a little fame and money. Others are NGOs who work in the trade. They operate agencies that would not exist without these migrants, to these organizations the migrants are employees, co-workers they need to have a paycheck. You could make the connection that funding pays for both the migrants and the NGOs who assist them all the way to the border. Here's an example:
This works because until the migrants cross the border outside the US ports of entry they haven't committed a crime, the migrants do that on their own.
Most trustworthy VPN to use?
Correct, my mistake.
Did we already forget big brother tech censored the NYSlimes when they tried to post a piece about Hunter?
You'd be amazed at how common it is for illegals to have fraudulent documentation they use. The cartels run deep in identity fraud.
My feelings toward this are simply, do not feel afraid to use people as a tool to achieve a goal. That does not mean we become allies, heaven forbid. But if they're helping you achieve your goal you push em to the front lines and back them up. Remember how Antifa whiteys pushed the BLM groups to the front so they could operate from behind cover? Do not be afraid to put useless people to good use. Paraphrasing Bezmenov there.
The cameras in question are interior CCV footage, meaning we'd be able to seen the initial entry when the person behind the large doors closed the doors shut, then inexplicably opened then after they were firmly locked for about 4 seconds.
How ridiculous is it they try to make the case that releasing the footage is a security concern when a few hundred people came inside and saw the building in person? Security changes should be made regardless, not in case the footage is released.
The investigation was over before the bodies were even buried, no one skimmed through the records or phone calls.
Purple State. Do you guys really not get it yet? Do you need another rigged election to get it through your heads? I've been saying for months that this foolish Republican party saving plan will have us voting red for decades before it produces results. The entire time Dems will pass bill after bill destroying not only our nation but the entire planet.
For those who missed it, Fox pedaled a story about a memo circulating around the Trump campaign that acknowledged that Dominion voting machines were not "controlled by" Venezuelan companies. As far as we understand this is true, however, the spin was that this somehow acknowledged the fact that the Trump campaign knew the election wasn't rigged. This is not only false, it's irrelevant to the matter. No one accused Venezuelans of rigging the elections, Americans hacked the US elections. Salacious accusations, disinfo porn and they gobble it up. The elections were rigged, it might have been a Venezuelan founded company, but the rigging done was domestic in nature. That is aside from the matter that no court even investigated the fraud, which is the prime concern fraud proponents never saw answered.
Stop calling them police. Take a note from the liberal playbook, they give the enemy a derogatory name that serves to rationalize violence against them. The reason people find it easy to attack white Americans is because they deleted the term and replaced it with Whitey, racist, nazi, etc. Do the same to these officers of the dictator. So long as you refer to them as police you stand beneath them. If you all plan to escalate at any point get that message across.
There's a notion that in the days following the passing of the Black Plague people became inherently more violent. This was likely due to how accustomed people became to seeing people die in front of and around them. I believe we'll see something similar occur out of this. The government and governments of the world know this and are preparing ahead of time with authoritarian drives to amass power before it gets out of hand. I believe many governments will be toppled in the next decade. Many.
I have a very interesting story about my personal encounter with a WuFlu-like illness that occurred in late October (very last week) and early November 2019. By that time there was already spread, enough to reach the US by that time. I was bedridden for about a week with a stubborn flu that did not go away. There were some very interesting unconfirmed rumors going around that China initially fumbled the bioweapon by releasing a variant that wasn't strong enough (or possibly contagious enough?) to rapidly pile up enough deaths to start the panic. This is confirmed by the unusual inefficacy of the virus initially in Jan 2020 when the virus was first confirmed in the US. Oddly enough, the story was people had antibodies in them from a previous flu spread. This explains why the peak of WuFlu mania happened in March/April and not in February. If this virus was at all contagious as they said, why did it not spread within a month after initial contact when there was no vaccine and people did not yet make the Ivermectin study? As many will forget, this Jan-March window was the time before lockdowns forced people to avoid sunlight and exercise in what some attributed to explosive spread of what many consider to be a moderate Corona virus.
There are more details to my story that I can't divulge, like where the strain originated from, a very unusual non-Asia country that might dox me. I've extensively looked into this matter and believe October was the time frame where this all originated. It's probable that planning began well before this, but the actual execution of the plan started almost certainly in late Sept to early Oct. If you have any information on a "pre-covid", a weaker strain of Corona virus spread around the October to December time frame please share it with me. Also where it originated from is an important detail.
Friendly reminder this was memory holed, I doubt even 10% of the site is aware this happened:
What was in the vials?
To understand the timeline you have to make the realization that the virus was already released by January 2021. Production and distribution of Corona virus variant 19 had to have been in the works for months before that time, this is true whether you believe in the virology lab origin theory or not. Knowing that, what was a chemist doing with Chinese nationals at a critical time in the process? The rest of the story speaks for itself. Note: this was before the discoveries into the Thousand Talents and schools of Confucius were broken, people did not know about them when this event occurred.
While reading this article I'm reminded a lot of the Texas WuFlu doctor who was prescribing Ivermectim and boasted a 90%+ recovery rate. I wish we could ask him questions about this article and his practice. The article mentioned an important part of the equation, deserves a spotlight in it's own right: Regulatory Capture
This only became a problem now and not after 20 years of Muslim extremism online?
The Ambivalence of Power
Constitution before Revolution:
Avenues of Power
Lets Talk Money
I want to plant an interesting idea in your heads for this one: Why did the colonies declare their independence? They easily could have become obedient British subjects then protested unfair treatment at that point, so why go through all the trouble? Being treated so unfairly and inhumanely by a tyrant who sat on a throne on the other side of the ocean, you'd think the colonists would have avoided conflict and made the sensible choice to accept a more difficult way of life in the new world. Accepting British influence was always an option, so why did they reject it and risk it all? We find ourselves in a similar situation today which makes me wonder; why do we hesitate, yet they did not?
The British colonists originally began the colony experiment to see if life was suitable, or even better in the wide open continent they had heard of. Over time the colonies became their own cities, generations followed in that success.
When word of colonists passing their own laws reached Britain, the king tightened his grip to make sure all his subjects fell in line. Loyalty became more important than success in a matter of years. Over a short period of time the government slowly crept into colonial life. The average colonist likely never noticed British control until the taxation and laws cut holes in their pockets. They had proven that a society isolated from government was entirely possible and that it could be just as good if not better than life under the protection (or imposition) of a king.
We can draw many parallels from this short summary of precursors to the Revolutionary war, but what we're looking for is the mindset the colonists had in the moments before they set in writing, and in stone, defiance toward the highest authority in the land. A quick reminder, the British navy was the #1 superpower in the world at the time. There was no expectation that commoners could take down an armada of ships with pellets, that would be insane to plan or presume. Prior to signing the declaration of independence the colonists had to know that when news got to the crown the ships would come. I figure they lived every day after that event peering into the ocean wondering when the time would come.
The Revolutionary War was a difficult time for Colonists. Some just wanted to be left alone, others wanted freedom but weren't willing to put their lives on the line for it. What most don't get about the Revolutionary War was that it started with the shot heard round the world but didn't end until the British accepted American independence by treaty. This took nearly a decade to accomplish, it was not at all like the history books abbreviate the war of major battles. The vast majority of Colonists did spend years wondering when the next big battle would take place and where, but during those long 7 years American colonists suffered many losses and many more problems piled up on them elsewhere. The colonists were in a precarious situation, the terms for their victory had to be absolute. If the colonies were to declare independence at some point, they had to defeat the British in their own land, failure was not an option. Can you imagine then how the colonists felt when they lost battles to the British army? In the years leading up to the peak of the Revolutionary War, the colonists had lost many major cities, equipment warehouses and lives to the British. A lot people like to glorify Washington's campaigns but during this time casualties piled up and morale took a downturn early on.
The Revolutionary war was the ultimate underdog story for a reason, no one in the ranks had made a name for themselves. Think back on why George Washington was chosen to be the first president. Was he a great economist? A great politician? His strength was his role as commander in chief. The pressing issue of the time was not ending up on boat ride back to the king's castle. Every person who participated in the making of the Constitution knew this, there was no way losing was an option. This same mindset has to be ingrained in all of us before we can even begin to think about the big resolutions we may be forced to take. These are all necessary preparations that have to be in order before one can even consider taking action. The colonists had the economic capacity to survive and the legislative knowhow to get it done, but did they have numbers? Loyalty was not something they had in abundance. There were British loyalists among them. Certainly British companies at the time did not want to get caught in the middle, so they pulled out of there. The wide array of problems a lack of loyalty causes are much more consequential than many might believe.
So do we have loyalty in the secession movement? The answer is no, we have many who are hesitant and others who hang on to hope that we can resolve the situation without lifting a finger. Sadly, there are very few who would accept secession as the way forward and even fewer who would commit to that goal over a years long secessionist pilot program. The biggest hurdle will always be demonstrating that it is plausible, because once it has proven to work others will more readily believe in the strategy. All focus should be directed toward making the first plan work, resources and effort should be pooled into the first try at all costs. We do have an interesting situation in the US though, some states will be able to secede easily and others won't or can't. Texas and Florida currently lead the way as the most economically independent states in the nation, it's no wonder they're also the least influenced by Washington bureaucrats, they have the least need for them. The most realistic scenario that a secession event would unfold as would have either or both of these states seceding and others taking a wait and see approach, if it did occur. Do understand that during this time, their economies would be tested. Federal dollars would be withheld, nationally funded programs cut, it won't be a surprise because it's the proper thing to do. From the starting line it won't be much different than what the colonists did on 1776, but there will be challenges. Returning to life as normal in such a state of government will not be easy, you could think of it as a long term goal of a seceded state and one that won't be accomplished because of how the government defines itself. A return to normality will be decided by the people, not the bureaucracy.
Being able to tell a person or family your state is a place where they can raise a family is no walk in the park. You can count on threats, intimidation and retaliation. Ultimately your goal is not to get people to think about returning to normal life, but to stop thinking about it altogether. When the average citizen does not think about government, this is the ideal form of elected power. Over the past 10 years we've observed an alarming trajectory toward authoritarian growth all over the world, not just here in America. Many people believe the founding fathers established THE perfect government and I'll happily explain to you why that is a naive deception. The founding fathers did not design a power structure that was capable of doing everything for us, they designed the 3 branches to have as little to do with us as possible. Read the Preamble to the Constitution, our government was designed to be the minimalist society, one where government had to ask for permission to involve themselves in our lives. I think once you embrace that philosophy you'll all come to agree that secession is not a tall task as many in the past had to make with a gun pointed to their heads. All we have to do is be able to live happily, if we can manage that in a seceded state the only thing that can stop it are external forces.
Feel free to discuss other aspects of the Revolutionary war, especially the preparations and decisions that led up to the summer of our era. Above all, think about why it is we hate the involuntary imposition of rule, it's a question even I have trouble answering. See you in the next one!
Supporting red flag laws and supporting whatever legislators draft up are not the same thing. Every legislator who is in support of this has no idea how to prevent law abiding citizens from losing their guns due to false accusations and collateral damage, like when a house is raided and they take all the guns in the house regardless of who they belong to because a person is flagged. in situated scenarios it is entirely possible to take guns away from representatives and any peace officer. Period.
To the Aus pedes, an important part of the process of escalating the situation is to stop calling them police. Use the tactic from the liberal playbook and give them a derogatory name based on their role as government sponsors of illegal and oppressive measures. I'm sure you guys have your own special lingo and can come up with something clever, it is paramount you do and make the term universal.
Ridicule is the bane of the oppressor. Study Rules for Radicals.
Why do you think voters are being imported a year before the next big election?
New variant around Nov, we'll have a new jab for Christmas guys!
Bro, surviving a year in the hospital industry dealing with WuFlu patients and the stress of dying/dead people is proof enough that they don't need the jab for their safety. Managing a year in that line of work in those conditions is proof the companies need it to make more money.