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PatrickHangry 2 points ago +2 / -0

Let them fend for themselves in an economic collapse without any government or virtue-signaling demons around to assist them, and it'll sort itself out.

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PatrickHangry 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hahaha, even "differently abled" is now ableist! HAHAHAHA.

Becca is such a mental gimp.

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PatrickHangry 2 points ago +2 / -0

The 0.02% is a slight round-up of intersex hermaphrodites, who are about 0.018% of the population, but most of them don't "identify" as rainbow otherkin anyway. Most mutations of this sort result in the intersex person living life entirely as the sex and "gender" most closely fitting their anatomy, and a "we don't know what to do" 50/50 split is even rarer.

Actual gender dysphoria is even more rare. Only about 0.006% of the population experience it, outside of a mass psychosis (between 0.005% to 0.014% of males and 0.002% to 0.003% of females).

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PatrickHangry 5 points ago +5 / -0

I understand why people originally thought that opening trade with China could start a cultural exchange that liberalized them. It was a reasonable hypothesis at the beginning of the experiment, but after almost fifty years the results have clearly shown the complete opposite: We've helped a demonic totalitarian regime identify the bare minimum threshold of free market mechanisms that will avoid a Soviet-style economic collapse from central planning, so they can tyrannize their people even worse, indefinitely. At what point do these people realize they were wrong and agree to change course?

I also understand why libertarians view everything through the lens of economic optimization. They don't want to take any kind of actions which would rule out the best case fully optimized scenario (highly granular global interdependence that globally minimizes cost, maximizes output, and makes war and bullying infeasible for any/all governments), but they pursue their ideology blindly. At one moment they'll lament the gulf between a real free market and the highly regulated, highly corrupt crony capitalist system we're living under, where globalist corporations are already in bed with government and bonded so strongly that there's not even a suitable analogy in chemistry. In the next moment they'll propose letting this system's entrenched globalist oligopolies dictate their employees' health decisions, as if we're already living in a stable enough free market environment with reasonable decentralization of power and consistent rules for everyone, where dismantling the remaining 5% of coercive restrictions seems safe enough not to worry about order of operations. In reality, we're living in a dystopian corporatist clusterfuck with rules for Us and rules for Them, where being too permissive in the wrong areas at the wrong time in the wrong order can easily lead us to the worst case fully pessimized scenario of eternal untouchable foreign oligarchy. We're also living in a vicious world with competing collectivist governments and powers, where one-sided economic dependency cannot be separated from geopolitical vulnerability, because enemies will press an excessive economic advantage with full spectrum warfare including force and violence.

There are optimization strategies other than greedily reaching for the best case scenario. It's about time materialist libertarians stop assuming the best case is the only acceptable solution and start thinking about mini-maxing to avoid the worst case...and it's time moralist libertarians stop idolizing "consistent but incomplete" moral absolutes and realize that every trace of their ideas will be eradicated forever if we fail to meet the bare minimum requirements for surviving as a civilization.

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PatrickHangry 2 points ago +3 / -1

The name "just_dumping_fuel" is interesting. It clearly implies "just dumping fuel on a fire." What kind of fire? Maybe a dumpster fire?

That poster might mean it differently, but I think the truth of the matter is that the same outside force (FBI, Mossad, SPLC, ADL, whatever) is fueling the polarization on both sides:

  • "Jews can do no wrong, because they're uniquely just passive victims of history. Israel is our greatest ally, and any criticism of Jews or pre-redemption Israel is the same as waging an anti-God war against a post-redemption, post-Zechariah 12 Israel that doesn't exist yet."
  • "Jews are all the same, and there's no difference between national, Zionist, and Bolshevik Jews, and they're all irredeemably bad."

They're using it to fracture the MAGA base and turn this site into an ugly, hostile cess pool. They've taken a number of sincere hotheads along for the ride on both sides, but there are telltale signs that they're inflating their numbers with vote-brigading or sock puppet accounts too.

For instance, I've written essays here that the mainstream media would call "anti-Semitic screeds" and crucify me for, but they don't go nearly far enough for the "Jews are all the same" crowd, because I'm trying to be fair and differentiate between clearly different factions (see: Bolshevik UN constantly gunning for Zionist Israel). I've had exchanges in the middle of the night (3-5 in the morning), more than half-a-dozen comments deep into a mostly deserted comment thread, and as soon as the one person I'm arguing against sees my post, it gets 4 to 7 downvotes...and never gets another downvote again in the future. They all happen at just about the same time, because they're coming from the same person (or an organized group of shills in some chat somewhere).

The polarization is destroying all nuance, on purpose. It's preventing people from being able to discuss this subject like adults, on purpose. I'd agree with someone that mentioned this needs to be priority 1 for the mods, but they need to be careful as well. The problem isn't really about positive or negative opinions about Jewish culture and tendencies, and you can't solve it by just declaring one extreme side to be the only acceptable opinion. The problem is about deliberate and coordinated hostility that is progressively rocking the boat further toward both extreme sides until it capsizes.

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +2 / -1

Some of the deletions could have been by mods too. It'd be nice if the site differentiated between self-deletes and mod-deletes.

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PatrickHangry 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't think you read his whole comment, because the opinion that he's expressing is fundamentally the same one that you've been expressing throughout this thread (roughly summarized as, Jewish culture has a big problem, but it's not fair to blame all Jews). I think you missed this part:

This isn't to conflate with common Jews. Most people get that part lost in the mix.

We need to be slower to judgment and personal attacks. Along with the deliberately subversive polarization on the thread topic, it's damaging this site.

by XlDEN
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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

This psycho talks about "empathy," but she has zero empathy for anyone who wants civilization to survive.

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cats don't like anything unnatural, like demons speaking through their owners.

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wait, why are you saying that like it's a bad thing? ARE YOU BEING ABLEIST, BIGOT?!?

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

I sure hope they're well-armed. When push comes to shove, the New World Order won't let them be Amish, and they're not above the threshold of "too many to genocide."

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

I wonder how many people in early Soviet Russia had the same reaction to their insane regime/media lies that we have here.

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PatrickHangry 3 points ago +3 / -0

If we find out Hua Chunying is literally writing Biden's speeches and teleprompter lines, most of us won't even be that surprised.

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PatrickHangry 7 points ago +7 / -0

I wish some husbands would have given those moms more action to begin with, so they wouldn't have been so bitchy and anti-civilization.

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PatrickHangry 7 points ago +8 / -1

Holy shit, yes. It is...the Tweet by "Mike Coudrey" is apparently contained in the other Tweet as a screenshot.

It's a camera picture of a camera picture of a screenshot of a Tweet that has no article link or date.

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PatrickHangry 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm with you entirely on this. As convinced as I am that this is at least partially disinfo, the potential grains of truth make it one of the most deeply disturbing things I've heard all year.

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've been looking for the 3 studies that Dr. Lee Merritt was talking about in the interview from your second link (the interview video is at https://www.bitchute.com/video/G3LkvUTMWl57/).

The first link is useful, but it's more recent and doesn't mention the cats or ferrets. Where does it talk about the animals taking two years to die btw? I'm only seeing it talk about human deaths, but I haven't read the whole thing, so maybe I missed it?

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

On the plus side, directly injecting a single subunit of a virus (to use paupertopawn's descriptive terminology) as an antigen like Novavax may not be as dangerous as the mRNA vaccines. It would bypass at least the following 3 dangers and maybe a 4th:

  1. Out-of-control production of orders of magnitude more antigen (the spike protein) than the immune system needs to recognize an enemy.
  2. Auto-immune problems caused by smuggling more mRNA into the cells of people already primed to attack the antigen: Once your cells are filled with and covered with that antigen, you're just daring your immune system to attack your own cells.
  3. Reverse transcription of mRNA into DNA (which takes only 6 hours).
  4. Probably some other mRNA risks that we're not even thinking of. This video by Dr. Paul Cottrell has a lot of speculation about "why" the vaccines were created, but it also has some very interesting and detailed commentary on what they may be doing inside of cells.

Direct subunit injection also have one small advantage over traditional vaccines, in that you've better ensured that the thing you're injecting will not be able to replicate.

Overall though, I'd still consider Novavax to be worthless at best and probably dangerous, because:

  1. Anything that targets a single viral feature is easy to mutate around, which makes any protection short-lived at best. It can't possibly match the performance of a traditional vaccine that injects a tiny quantity of "dead" virus...which is also known to be insufficient for coronaviruses. There's a reason that there has never ever been a successful vaccine for a coronavirus, so this is just taking bad odds and making them worse.
  2. If the quantities injected are not carefully controlled, it can still create the same imprinting problem that facilitates ADE and suppressed immune response for anything that isn't that specific antigen (which can culminate in AIDS in extreme cases, basically).
  3. Since the spike protein itself is the most toxic part of the virus, injecting that directly in weights/volumes matching what you'd inject from a traditional vaccine may still be disproportionately harmful, unless the risk of replication from traditional vaccines is high.
  4. How was the subunit manufactured or harvested? If it's not actually identical to the subunit from the actual virus, how does it differ? In the case of the mRNA vaccines, there are people who have claimed that the encoded spike protein is was actually reengineered for extra prion-like folds. If that's true, then they may have done it for a reason that could apply to other vaccines like Novavax.
  5. And even if it was safe, developing a culture of psychological vaccine dependence around vaccines with short-lived benefits is dangerous, because it drastically increases the number of shots that people get, and you never really know what's going to be in the next one.
  6. Unknown unknowns.
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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Damn damn damn. If you read them yourself though, that at least makes me more optimistic that someone still has them, somewhere.

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Great post. On the subject of anaphylaxis, is your hypothesis that most of the vaccine-induced anaphylaxis is caused specifically by the immune system targeting the spike factory cells, when they're in certain areas of the body?

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh, I wasn't talking about Ukraine in particular. I was just talking about how all the first world "leaders" are doing their best to move in lockstep with what the globalist oligarchs want.

Globalist oligarchs want famine, for instance? US, UK, and Netherlands demand that farmers stop farming "for the environment," right on cue.

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PatrickHangry 1 point ago +1 / -0

Democrats straight up cheat.

On top of also doing the gerrymandering even worse, lol.

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PatrickHangry 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's a fair correction, regarding images in general. It's very, very easy and common to make money an idol though, which would still violate the first part.

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