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IWanttotalknow 13 points ago +13 / -0

Almost didn’t recognize him without a bucket of KFC

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

Some time, maybe. People here are more likely to get it because you're aware of more things historically and philosophically than people elsewhere. What I wrote is correct but not conveyed in the best possible terms to get it across to get a larger swathe of people. Glad you liked it though :)

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IWanttotalknow 11 points ago +11 / -0

I glanced at most of them, looked at some of their published works.

Marxist almost across the board. Not sure about the Korematsu dude, didn't see if he's gone Marxist in the past few decades. But pretty much across the board, they're all Marxists. Their published works are Marxian.

They're essentially (for the most part, from my cursory quick glance) virtuous racists, like the Nazis. As in, even some of the higher up Nazis said things like they want to limit influence by race in positions of power to be proportional to the representation of that race within the country, that's not racist, racist is the Der Sturmer publisher, obviously a bad racist man.

These people are like that. They want to chose who gets what, when, where, how, and why and it's all based on the color of their skin.

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IWanttotalknow 5 points ago +5 / -0

From the Twitter Files thing on Friday, Taibbi's tweet #36:

"The Democrats were in agreement: social media needs to moderate more because they're corrupting democracy and making all "truth" relative. When pushed on how the government might insist on that, consistent with the First Amendment, they demurred: "the First Amendment isn't absolute."

This is an example of the Iron Law of Woke Projection. The entire basis of progressivism and Wokeness is that ALL truth is relative. (Coincidentally, this is also a tenet of Nazi ideology). This is where you hear them talking about "my truth" or "lived experience" in common parlance, while the academically you might hear "decolonize" meaning "You believe there is objective truth, and you can understand things for what they are, but that's just ONE "way of knowing" and it harms all the "other" ways of knowing."

This is what Audre Lorde was referring to when she said "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house." At the broadest level, you can't adhere to objective reality and use that to change the system, because it will never work due to believing in objective reality. You have to use a different toolset. Rather than believing in and acting in accordance with objective reality to dismantle society, you must use a different toolset: subjectivism. Instead of making laws based on objective reality and truth, you make laws on subjective reality and "my truth" or "lived experience."

There's a Goering quote, where he's dismissing a criticism of Hitler's economic policies, and he says: "I tell you, if the Führer wishes it then two times two are five." It's objectively untrue - but if Hitler wants it, so be it. Hitler justifies this by stating "The needs of a state are the sole determining factor. What may be necessary today need not be so tomorrow. This is not a question of theoretical suppositions, but of practical decisions dictated by existing circumstances. Therefore, I may - nay, must - change or repudiate under changed conditions tomorrow what I consider correct today."

In the current American context: judge someone by the content of their character was needed yesterday, judging people by their skin color is necessary today even though it's the complete and total opposite.

This is why they're busy projecting that democracy will be corrupted by "truth" becoming relative. Their NARRATIVE is subjective to the core, everything within it is completely and utterly relative, true one day, untrue the next day. They're fighting AGAINST objective reality, which they claim IS subjective, and to give dominance to "objective reality" which is just subjective according to them denies their ultimate tool: narrative control. They live in a near total pseudo-reality of their own making, that they've been pushing on people for ages and they're about to lose power so they're attacking as viciously as possible because objective reality is resuming dominance.

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

Just for fun, I looked at the first two accounts in that list. Both new accounts from this year, very limited posts. The others as well.

They're so obviously bots. Though I think we need better terminology. Some "bots" are literally scripts, while others I'm sure are just ran by PR companies or "digital solutions" companies or whatever you want to call them.

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

There isn't any need for much coordination behind the scenes for this.

These people live in hyper-reality. They only pick up signals from hyper-reality and there's usually only one Narrative signal going out in regards to any current topic. They virtually all instantly adopt it and repeat it, in essence making them like those newscasters who were all paid to read the same script about "our democracy" verbatim.

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IWanttotalknow 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Leftists and especially "journalists" are bots or scripts with pre-prepared talking points like "PR" and "richest man." See for yourself. This is how the Regime works. It's a big performance to get people to follow their script. It's reflexive hyperreality."

@conceptualjames tweet from today (Nitter isn't working for it), w/ association screenshot: https://twitter.com/ConceptualJames/status/1599167465564827648

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IWanttotalknow 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm going to say something unpopular: that's not liberal.

It's progressive. It is not liberal.

Now, I will say that if you scratch a "liberal" you will find a progressive underneath 90% of the time. Progressives are wearing the skinsuits of liberals. But I'm using the accurate and fair definitions for each.

Progressivism doesn't mean "I want good things based in science and logic." If you look at the definition for it, you get:

"pro·gres·siv·ism

noun

support for or advocacy of social reform. "the country is seen as a bastion of social progressivism"

This isn't the correct definition either. "support for or advocacy of social reform"? How? What kind of reform?

Progressivism is more accurately defined as the output of running the Hegelian Dialectic (in one form or another) with the "progress" being progress towards Hegel's "the End of History" which in the end is crackpot Gnosticism. Ask a "progressive" this and they won't have a clue what you're talking about but they will act near perfectly in alignment with the Hegelian Dialectic, the way they see the world and understand it is fundamentally Hegelian (with a few other components).

To put things in perspective: "support for or advocacy of social reform" is what Hitler did. The Nazi Revolution was one of the least violent, they basically used the system to take over the system to implement social reform. Sure, the "social reform" ended up in National Socialism and changing much of the country (for the worse) in a number of ways (lots of examples), but it was social reform.

What people need to understand about Nazism is that it was PROGRESSIVE.

Here's a good podcast on it, 30min. Explains it better than I did. "Totalitarianism and the Progressive Impulse" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oI1MaaTKfRc

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

HAH.

You mean the Wise People of America? I'm Canadian. We've got 38.5 million people and reported and 31.2 million took 2 doses (according to the government website, at least). 3 doses: 19.5M, 4 doses: 8.95M. That's 81% who supposedly got the first two shots.

If y'all had only 50%, you're 30% better than Canada was at this.

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IWanttotalknow 2 points ago +2 / -0

They're trying to break a chain.

Remember who these people are: they're the people who think "Well, a cow farts. The fart contains methane. The methane goes into the local air. The air is part of the atmosphere. The atmosphere is part of the environment. The environment is part of the climate. If too many cows fart, there will be too much methane, this will change the climate to the point of being a major contributor to the end of the planet. The least we can do is kill cows and not allow more. People just need to eat less meat, those uncaring bastards."

This is mechanistic materialism.

With this issue however, it's what you posted. They're trying to break one of those links because they really, really don't like the conclusion, i.e:

It's fake. OK, well, maybe it's real but the contents are fake. OK, well maybe the contents are real but it's not like Joe Biden did anything, HB was never part of the government, so it's not a real thing. It's fake.

That way they don't have to be the raging moron who supported criminal activity 10x worse than Watergate. But it also requires themselves to cut themselves off from other sources of information, to ignore Joe being 'the big guy', the connections between Joe and his son and the oodles of cash, the lies they've been caught in, etc.

They only know how to think mechanistically for the most part. As long as they can put up a wall of cognitive dissonance, they can keep being a "good person" and a "smart person" and most importantly: not a person who has to apologize and recognize the role they personally played in spreading complete and total misinformation.

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

Looking in there is like looking in an alternate dimension.

I'm legitimately uncertain about how many people are even that stupid. It could easily be populated by bots. It's not hard to script an NPC lol.

Man, I'm sorry for people who still use Reddit.

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IWanttotalknow 2 points ago +2 / -0

French be like that. I remember them doing it in the early 2000s as well for new technology words.

Canada's French province has a literal French language police.

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

As far as I'm aware, it's not in the book.

I didn't read the whole thing, but I ctrl-F'd it looking for a number of variations on the words in this text, in French, and this quote doesn't pop up. It bugged me enough that I spent a couple of hours on it a year or two ago.

I used Google Translate for the French, but I also speak pretty fluent French, and I did not find that quote.

Bugging me enough that I might go download the book again and check just because I'm kind of anal retentive, and it should've obviously popped up with "virus" or "pandemic" or any of the variations I tried of "stupid".

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nothing gonna happen from the Brunson case.

It's miracle level copium. Like being ridden with cancer and hoping for 100% remission overnight the day before you die from cancer.

OK, maybe not those odds - but pretty close.

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can't tell.

Kanye is definitely going through something and has issues.

He's using all the attention they're foisting on him to stretch the limits of free speech.

Even watching like an hour of it - he seems like he's purposefully saying whatever you're not supposed to say. Of course, that's the sort of thing you do when you believe all the worst stuff. That said, it's also like no one believes all the worst stuff. He's clearly saying every single thing people shouldn't say.

The reaction to it is the story more than him saying crazy shit. Does he get banned from more places? If so what does that mean about free speech? But the dude definitely has issues.

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is correct.

Idk about the only hope is to find a a real man and submit, but the brainwashing part is 100% correct.

Indoctrination in school and in most forms of media + let your kid do whatever they want = this.

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

If you ask her: "Which prison do you belong in, the men's prison or the women's prison" something tells me she won't pick the men's prison.

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

I kind of just want everything to hit that point where it all falls apart and whatever happens to actually happen. World is going crazy and I don't see it getting less crazy any time soon.

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IWanttotalknow 3 points ago +3 / -0

The number of people killed by the vaccine world wide is likely going to end up being the thing that breaks many of these governments.

Need less censorship. The more people wake up to it and time passes, the more energized they get. They want something done. I know people who only woke up to it about a year ago, some six months ago... once they realize it, then another couple of weeks passes, and something comes out, they see more of the victims speak up, the angrier they get at the government and Big Pharma.

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nah, I just know too many people like Adam.

Like to be the 'moral one', see things and reframe them to their position, gives meaning to their life. Like "I saw this... it couldn't be anything else..." and he's actively honest about how he hates Lydia.

He didn't say shit for years. He had to unburden his soul, get that wonderful feeling of being moral, etc.

Seen it far too many times from people who talk and act like him.

There's no proof, people directly disagreeing. I don't think anyone is perfect but I'm not taking his word on it, nor am I taking Tim's.

Meanwhile, you're so ready to jump on it that you're all "youre swallowing his cum, gargle cum!" and just look like retarded liberal frothing at the mouth. So I mock and ignore you.

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's fair, but at the same time, when I read the first post, it reads like he dedicated his life to Trump in that period. And it wasn't Trump who screwed him over, he was attacked by others. That's what made me think he meant GOP and uniparty. The system.

Then again, Trump plays within the system. He did lots of bad things that empowered the system, while also wrecking some other things.

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

As fucked up as it is, that can be Milo trying to help. Because he's fucking Milo. But at the same time, he might also be subversive and want to tear the whole system down.

I tend not to take him overly seriously.

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IWanttotalknow 1 point ago +1 / -0

He also currently works for MTG (at least, he did a few months ago).

Then he literally spent two hours on Timcast IRL sucking Trump off so to speak.

Then again, he's Milo and his mind works in weird ways and not always good weird ways.

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IWanttotalknow 263 points ago +268 / -5

Am I reading it wrong? He doesn't like the GOP. He likes Trump. He literally just went and talked for hours about how much he likes Trump like two weeks ago.

I read it as he hates the GOP, not Trump, he wants vengeance on them. He's quite specific that he doesn't like the Republican Party.

Not saying anything else about him here, I just see it as "milo swears revenge on Trump" citing those two tweets and that doesn't read that way to me.

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