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Hillarys_Ballsack 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is the way. I've been ranting about this for years. When they have a super-majority in the executive and legislature, the only option is the few sane judges left on the bench. We have to sue them into oblivion.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is not "hypocrisy" and the MAGA movement needs to start waking up to realise it like Charlie Brown with his football. It is a strategy blueprint and it has a name: https://www.nationalreview.com/2015/06/herbert-marcuse-and-new-intolerance/

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Hillarys_Ballsack 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's funny, but this religion, which has politicians as its "priests" and eschatology in the form of "climate change", has a name: Gnosticism.

  • existence is a fight between the forces of good and evil
  • humans have a divine spark
  • secret insight possessed by an elect/elite
  • the human race and planet can be saved through knowledge

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/415563.Modernity_without_Restraint

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Hillarys_Ballsack 3 points ago +3 / -0

At least the mask is off and they're being honest this time, unlike their invasion of the schools with Communist Race Theory.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 2 points ago +2 / -0

Switch off the TV, and get adsorbed in history books. It's all happened before scores of times. You'll see where you are and what happens next in the sequence, which will help you rise above it. Look at the 60s and 70s, for example.

How did an entire generation get convinced to condemn their own country? (Answer: because they needed a way to rationalise dodging the draft).

How did South Africa collapse so rapidly? (Marxist-Leninist leaders educated in London exploited anti-apartheid "rights" campaigns in the West)

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Hillarys_Ballsack 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'll tell you a little secret about Hollywood from working in it. Everyone is terrified other people are going to be figure out how it's done, and do it themselves somewhere else. This place isn't a film machine; it's a glamour/marketing machine. Talent clusters. It might start clustering somewhere else, and all that will be left is a bunch of stuff from the 1970s and a whole band of washed-up, plastic, has-beens. It's about power, and who controls the process.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 16 points ago +16 / -0

Meanwhile, on Nextdoor: OMFG REAGAN IT'S ALL RONALD REAGAN'S FAULT OMG

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Hillarys_Ballsack 3 points ago +3 / -0

Fuck. Pretty sure I know that underpass. It's on my way to church every Sunday and never gets any better. A few moths back there was a massive fire on Wilshire/San Vincente before a local resident was stabbed to death in his back garden. My friend's car was stolen and recovered from it.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 1 point ago +2 / -1

We don't tolerate that shit here. There are a few tents up on Burton, but generally speaking, BHPD kick them back out over the border to LA. I swear this place was the inspiration for "The Purge".

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Hillarys_Ballsack 1 point ago +1 / -0

China has always been ruled by a mad emperor. The CCP's only focus is on survival.

  1. They don't create anything, because their prohibition on dissent stifles creativity. They copy and modify. Their "hypersonic missile" was Soviet tech.

  2. The CCP's biggest weakness is trying to maintain the perception the CCP and the People are the same. Their People know they're not. It's hard to draft people into a war which will bring that to the surface.

  3. The CCP's 2nd biggest weakness is their middle class are getting really, really stinking rich from capitalism. Like every Marxian ideology, it fails because the proles betray the Vanguard (e.g America's working class went MAGA, British working class went Brexit).

  4. Their allegiances (Russia, DPRK, Iran, Cuba, African states etc) are outnumbered by the West's (NATO, EU, AU, regional enemies). They can only win a clandestine war of disruption.

  5. Their mobility sucks. The price of being a giant is being slow. You lose the battle because you couldn't amass the force strength as fast as the other guy.

That said, China thinks in centuries and America thinks in decades, and their cultural policing is the reverse of the West's idiotic excesses. The Opium Wars humiliated them as a burgeoning superpower in the mid-1800s (read “Imperial Twilight: The Opium War and the End of China’s Last Golden Age” for more). If you're not familiar with the story, the monarch tried to shut down trade with the west, and merchants almost brought down the liberal British government b demanding the military re-open it.

This is a really interesting quote from the author of that book:

"Sadly, in some ways it worked better the less they knew about the other. When China was still a mystery, it was seen as unified and impenetrable. As the British started learning the reality of conditions in the empire, however, it became apparent that it was weaker than imagined and there were serious divisions within its society. On its face, the Opium War was almost absurd in its conception: the British sent a small fleet and a few thousand troops to make war on an empire of more than three hundred million people. But they were emboldened by reports from travelers that the merchants of China wanted free trade with the British and only their government stood in the way — essentially, that the British would be welcomed by the ordinary people with open arms. It was a gamble that would have been unthinkable a generation earlier."

It's all happened before. There is nothing new under the sun.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 0 points ago +1 / -1

Look up Piers "Morgan" Moron's history with the stock market before he was fired as editor of the Mirror. You won't be disappointed. We were celebrating when he got his green card.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 2 points ago +2 / -0

100% behind this, but we have a 1A problem like the leftoids. There's a lawsuit waiting for it being a mandate, and compelled speech. The nuts will use our own complaints against their behaviour, against us. We need to be smarter than this: e.g. make it "optional", but required to recognise their graduation certificate as legitimate. If you don't like it, graduate somewhere else; build your own school or government. The Right is always fighting the next battle it's about to lose; we need to get ahead and win it before they even arrive.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 6 points ago +6 / -0

100% behind this, but we have a 1A problem like the leftoids. There's a lawsuit waiting for it being a mandate, and compelled speech. The nuts will use our own complaints against their behaviour, against us. We need to be smarter than this: e.g. make it "optional", but required to recognise their graduation certificate as legitimate. If you don't like it, graduate somewhere else; build your own school or government. The Right is always fighting the next battle it's about to lose; we need to get ahead and win it before they even arrive.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 8 points ago +9 / -1

I'd propose a 5-stage strategy with increasing sanctions:

  1. Amend the constitution to provide expulsion.
  2. Condemn them publicly.
  3. Expel their representatives from Congress.
  4. Withdraw funding and Federal participation.
  5. Full expulsion.
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Hillarys_Ballsack 30 points ago +31 / -1

Convention of the States. A resolution to expel California from the Union until such a time as it restores the constitutional commitment to the welfare and safety of residents.

  • Expel its representatives from Congress;
  • Remove federal funding and its right to levy taxes on Californians elsewhere;
  • Return immigration responsibility to the State and institute a land border. Allow visa-free travel for 90 days;
  • Prohibit Californians from participating in state or federal elections elsewhere;
  • Provide military assistance for an annual fee (natural allegiance);
  • Prohibit the relocation of companies headquartered there to other states;
  • Deny the use of airspace and force direct flights to use NAFTA areas instead;

In biblical terms, the wrath of abandonment. Free to their own desires, but give them a path back to forgiveness.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's a great piece of literature with eternal themes. Alan Moore was a raving loon lefty anarchist writing about Nazi takeover of the UK with a Reichstag event. They all use the same playbook. You can find the same in Orwell. The most profound part of it is the act of destroying Parliament to remind the people of the need for destroying things which have become corrupt, and revolution as a cure for ossification.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 3 points ago +3 / -0

We know who "he" is. That's why this retard isn't going to manage two years on that throne. Src: am a Brit.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not remotely comfortable with what National File did. This girl doesn't seem to have been a problem ever in US politics and publicising her personal diary makes me feel sick. Nobody chooses to be born into a family like this and everything that seems to be in those pages seems to be a highly confidential scrawl of her working things out - which is nobody's business but hers. It's not like we didn't know the horror of this family already. What is the point of printing this? What did we learn we didn't already know? Is this really in the public interest?

Showers with your daughter when she's little are fine; after a certain age, they're not. Children having feelings they don't understand when the hormones switch on is banal; describing being sexualized early is definitely cause for concern.

Is there really any reason to do this to a person because it injures her father, who we don't like? Burn the thing. Hand it back. What's happened to this girl is revolting, no matter whose daughter she is.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 5 points ago +5 / -0

This is the one day i miss being a Brit. We have all the other holidays here like Easter and Christmas, and extra awesome such as Thanksgiving and July 4, but missing that one night of sipping mulled wine under the fireworks by the bonfire gets me. It's simultaneously the night a bunch of Catholic traitors failed to ruin new protestant Britain, and a night of remembering it's important to burn Parliament to the ground every so often. The Right to Revolution being exercised, and the wrong revolution being foiled.

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Hillarys_Ballsack 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great business sense, but also biblical wisdom (Proverbs 26:10):

"Like an archer who wounds everyone, So is he who hires a fool or who hires those who pass by."

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