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PROCIsAsshoe 9 points ago +13 / -4

Yeah he showed his true colors about a year ago when Truth Social was announced. I don't expect him to cheer on competition but he claimed to be a Trump supporter. Clearly he was only marketing himself and his business with that feigned support for Trump because he turned into Mr. Hyde when Truth Social popped up.

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PROCIsAsshoe 2 points ago +2 / -0

A sneaky snake, indeed! Thanks for the reply and the information. I appreciate it! If you can think of anything else please let me know.

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PROCIsAsshoe 4 points ago +4 / -0

It has to do with numerology and an obsession with prime numbers. Globalist lizard lady Christine Lagarde, former managing director of the IMF and current President of the ECB, has gushed on the subject of numerology before. There is some high strangeness around that topic, if you're looking for a new rabbit hole to explore.

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PROCIsAsshoe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting. Are you sure it's not just a water taxi port similar to what runs between Victoria Island and Vancouver? Never heard mention of what you've brought up so I'm intrigued.

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PROCIsAsshoe 5 points ago +5 / -0

IIRC it emanated from the classic (ie. pre-2016 election) r/conspiracy subreddit, maybe it was the original GOAT T_D on reddit, but there's an amazing infographic that overlays key players from The Atlantic Council, Bilderberg and either Davos, the WEF or the Council of Rome. Confident as to the first two groups but the third is where I'm fuzzy. Regardless, that infographic identified a handful of players that were members to all three groups. That's a ven diagram that's likely to score some hits.

If I were to throw out some guesses: Rothschild, Rockefeller, Gates, Payseur, Sultan of Brunei, Klaus, Carlos Slim. Not as confident on the last two names. Most of them are probably names we've never heard before as the point of wielding ultimate power is to remain hidden from threats.

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PROCIsAsshoe 3 points ago +3 / -0

anything to back that claim up? first time I've heard someone claim that. What's for certain is that there are some rather amoral/immoral bankrollers in KY given McConnell's iron grip. Probably the Brown-Forman families. We saw how corrupted and deviant the Bronfman's became from a family liquor business.

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PROCIsAsshoe 1 point ago +1 / -0

4 dead, 1 injured. Each of them, along with the suspect, are Asian per the DM article. Also stated that the Sheriff's needed Chinese interpreters to interview the injured person as well as additional uninjured witnesses present at the site.

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PROCIsAsshoe 1 point ago +2 / -1

Read about the former, retired CIA director that was found dead at his home in either the 80s or 90s, can't remember exactly when. That guy was a patriotic American and they killed him because he was going to divulge information that he thought the public deserved to know. This guy was in his 70s IIRC when he passed away. Sorry for the imprecise nature of this post.

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PROCIsAsshoe 3 points ago +3 / -0

Currencies are designed to be stable. The speculators have ruined the stability of crypto. Without stability, it loses its basis for usage as a currency. Plenty of bad actors abound; some are simply greedy manipulators but I suspect some are aware of the harm they're causing and it's their chief motivation. It's not an investment as it lacks cashflows or any sense of inherent/intrinsic value and it's profoundly volatile to the point that it invalidates its utility as a currency. I believed in BTC up until ~2017. Once it hit mainstream knowledge it was completely destroyed. There's no value proposition to it anymore but that's jmo.

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PROCIsAsshoe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Steve Scalise is the only politician that's suffered a greater physical toll over the past few years than RP. There's a reason the radical left has physically assaulted him multiple times. RP is the real deal even if he disappointed on J6. Or at least as close to it as you're ever going to find in the Senate.

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PROCIsAsshoe 9 points ago +10 / -1

Remember Joe Paterno, Jerry Sandusky, Penn State University and "Happy Valley"? There's literally a major pedophile ring operating in that state. Remember the DA investigating the case who "vanished" and all that was ever found was his laptop thrown in a river? Fucked up.

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PROCIsAsshoe 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you for sharing your incredible picture! I upvoted your post, it deserves a sticky. An exceptional image and truly beautiful! Safe travels to you, High Plains Drifter!

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PROCIsAsshoe 3 points ago +3 / -0

This message brought to you by Mr. "I Grew up on a 130,000 acre ranch and tell everyone else just to work harder and save more money". You are officially a bigger clown than Anaconda. Congratulations on your achievement in this Herculean task!

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PROCIsAsshoe 3 points ago +4 / -1

Amen! Preaching to the choir. American history includes patriots of all races and creeds and all Americans should be proud of our history and embrace the Great Experiment of an egalitarian society where men are endowed with a right to self-determination and dignity. Tyranny is the embodiment of evil and sic semper tyrannis.

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PROCIsAsshoe 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well he was born in the mid-1700s! One of the very first American patriots to die for the cause of the Revolution. Killed at the Boston Massacre. A glaring example of how African American history is distorted to make people think that they were only ever oppressed and disenfranchised by this nation and were never truly 'members' of it. Guys like Frederick Douglass are downplayed in favor of bullshit artists like Jesse Jackson.

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PROCIsAsshoe 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yuri Bezmenov's warning to America, materialized. The sad truth is that propaganda seems to be rather effective across a range of IQ's and 'walks' of life. I attended a top-tier U.S. college about 15 years ago and it was eye-opening to experience how often 'smart' people can be just as cognitively handicapped, if not moreso, than someone without any formal education. Critical thinking is only loosely correlated with education, if at all!

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PROCIsAsshoe 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's revolting to see how cheap these low-brow whores truly are. $10 to sacrifice the enfranchisement so many died to uphold. Do these pieces of shit ever stop and feel guilty enough to consider the lack of reverence they hold for the sacrifices of patriotic black men like William Harvey Carney or Crispus Attucks? Since everything is about race for these petty tyrants seeking to deny their fellow man basic human dignity. Use your voice don't sell it to Tammany Hall you idiots!

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PROCIsAsshoe 6 points ago +6 / -0

It's not about the nominal rate in a vaccuum. The current scare with interest rates has to do with convexity in the interest rate curve. Doubling rate structures in one year's time creates major disruption. Movement needs to be more gradual in order to avoid financial damage but Fed isn't able to do so now given that they fucked up and are playing from behind on inflation (n.b. for political reasons involving Biden and Powell's re-nomination back in the Spring). It's also about the spread between savings and borrowing rates, which are more disconnected than back in the 70s/80s, as well as general housing affordability. Never been less affordable to own a home than in the current decade. ST Louis FRB's FRED portal can show you graphical representation of median home price/median household income. It was out of control with rates at 3%. Now that you've doubled rates from there it's simply untenable without something giving way. Housing is getting squashed by the FRB on purpose. It's perverse but it's the truth.

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PROCIsAsshoe 1 point ago +1 / -0

What you're failing to appreciate is that there are winners and losers in the scenario we're describing. USD implosion would unilaterally benefit and harm parties to a contract. Both parties are not going to agree to renegotiate.

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PROCIsAsshoe 15 points ago +15 / -0

Most Dr.'s only pursue the degree because it allows them to spew drivel without question. All about the prestige and vanity that comes with being a high priest of science (TM).

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PROCIsAsshoe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Have you considered the possibility that those comments are made publicly for the purpose of harnessing power and fear rather than gloating about their impending actions? Soros fancies himself a god and a god rules in dominion through the power of fear or love. Clearly, he does not love us. Perhaps it's simply fear mongering for the cultivation of power and influence? I don't have the answer but I think it's myopic to assume that everything they say publicly will come to pass and isn't propaganda.

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