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The US Constitution is our bulwark against this and specifically prohibit this. Lazy people say, "Our rights are already gone; nothing to do now."

No, the problem is people are not putting the Constitution to use. Those of us who never locked down, never masked, never vaxed have lost nothing yet, because we asserted our rights. Fortune really does favor the brave; we are not suffocated, poisoned or locked down/bankrupted. Keep insisting on the Constitution as the bulwark against tyranny that it is. Constitutional attorneys say you have no obligation to comply with unconstitutional mandates or laws. The whole of the Constitution is more powerful than only your 2A guns. You still have all the A's. Use them when needed.

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the constitution is merely a document (and an imperfect one.)

you will keep the rights you are willing to fight for, no more, but no less.

therein lies actual agency. no charter or compact can protect those who will not protect themselves.

it's a blueprint. we have to build and sustain the society.

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And too few are willing to fight. The problem is, there is no political opposition around which the awake and dissenting can rally and ‘fight’ back, because all the ruling elites, opponents in name only, are all of one mind in the same club with the same aims. The only way the few can have any chance of salvaging the situation, is armed insurrection, or the threat if it… history shows this repeatedly.

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Oh, but haven't you heard? The "red wave" in November is going to save us and we will go back to normal! (Rolls eyes) You know, I don't get too riled up when 20 somethings fall for that kind of thing, but anyone who is in their 30's and older that is still counting on filthy politicians and an "election" to "save them" make me sick to my stomach. I love the saying, "If voting actually worked, it would be illegal." That doesn't mean that I don't think that local elections are not important, but this every 2 and 4 year thing where we get the privilege of "choosing" between 2 "selected" "lesser of 2 evils" is absolutely useless. Anyone who has written their national Reps over their lifetime would know this. It doesn't matter which party is in office, you will get the exact same canned reply from them. They could care less about our liberty. They care about one thing: Winning their next election and staying in power. That's it. (Except for a very small handful of them and even they put fundraising first in most cases). Sorry for the long add to your comment. Haha. I agree with you 100%

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The US is not a democracy. It is a constitutional republic. I think we have forgotten that. The founders had no use for democracy (mob rule). Words matter even if the Constitution is only a document and won’t be our saving grace.

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very much this.

those who claim we must "protect democracy" are either selling tyranny of the majority as freedom or have become the unwitting dupes of those who are.

being popular does not render oppression any less oppressive.

it almost always makes it more so.

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As well, democracy being legitimised as ‘will of the majority’ is the illegitimate tyranny of the majority.

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Few know that republic is the antithesis of democracy which is why we end up with oxymoronic ‘democratic republics’. Demockracy also comes in a variety of flavours: social; liberal; parliamentary; representative; Christian (?!) - well they can’t all be the same or why the adjective and none are the original, regular vanilla flavour.

Of course they are just camouflage for tyranny which democracy is supposed to prevent. But ‘We The People’ love delusion apparently, particularly self-delusion. It’s like two goldfish in a bowl, one remarking to the other, ‘Look at all those poor Humans trapped behind the glass wall, unlike us free to swim around’.

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THANK YOU! I agree with both you and John. I've been saying for years and definitely since the beginning of The Hysteria that not being re-elected is an irrelevant and empty threat when they can turn around and leverage their political careers into lucrative speaking fees and corporate BoD seats.

They need to fear a literal rope being tightened around their necks. Brought to them, not by random crazies, but a justifiably angered population.

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What's the solution? There must be more we can do. Elon Musk is a wealthy elite, and we know he isn't on board with this totalitarian BS going down. There are more wealthy Americans that also what to save this constitutional republic. Finding solid leaders at the local level is still important.

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Musk from the WEF? He had China build him a plant that cost millions. Yea I don’t trust that guy as far as I can throw him. No one should trust any of these miscreants and malcontents.

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He's also has the Neural Link stuff....that's trans humanism

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Yes; and his starlink is destructive of our space and land.

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Unfortunately that is like asking why was there no political resistance in Germany in the 1930/40s. When the State is linked up with big business, elites, media controls all the State agencies and institutions, healthcare, education, welfare, police, Courts, military, banking… opposition is suicide.

Elon Musk not on board? He has been getting huge Government, Federal & State, subsidies for his soon-to-go-belly-up Green projects, so I think we have a case of note what he does, not what he says.

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John, I upvoted your comment, but the voting heart wouldn't accept it. Makes upvotes for you, as of now, 4.

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The whole mindset of "looking to rich/powerful folk" to "save" us is part of the problem. What it is, essentially, is saying "I want you to fight my battles for me. You rich/powerful person seem like someone who has my best interests in mind, so I am going to DELEGATE my responsibility to act to you." That rich/powerful person is likely self-interested, and will require something of you--nothing is free, look at Bill Gates and his philanthrocapitalism...the donation of his $ comes with the right to dictate the plan. Maybe you are happy to give whatever sacrifice is asked. Just like a lot of people right now, are happy to use non-privacy oriented platforms and electronics, because they think they have "nothing to hide, and so eff the 4th amendment's erosion, it's too inconvenient for me to switch." But what happens when this rich/powerful person asks something of you you don't want to give, or, starts diverging from your priorities. LOOKING TO ELON MUSK IS ABOUT AS SMART AS LOOKING TO UNELECTED CLOWNS ANTHONY FAUCI AND ROCHELLE WALENSKY. Come on.

Find your people locally. Discuss things in person.

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I respectfully disagree. This war can't be won without a war chest of money. I'm not saying we should delegate our responsibility; I'm just saying we need every weapon available.

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Elon Musk is running cruel experiments on monkeys to advance his neuralink agenda/project. Look it up. The guy has his own agenda that jives very well with the New World Order-WEF vision.

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Sorry, he's a transhumanist.

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We are out of road, unfortunately. Covid distracted us from what has really been going on.

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I definitely think covid has been a distraction for many but it has also revealed a whole lot of ugliness as well. It's definitely what prompted me to get off my butt and start taking action--instead of waiting on someone else. The evil and corruption that has been revealed is something that people have needed to see but couldn't. Now hopefully enough people will wake the f- up fast enough to stop this madness.

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My thought too. It needs the famous ‘will of the People’, but so many seem to have swapped out their will for false sense of security and blind compliance.

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The solution is an alternative, self sufficient off grid society. Too bad the gov can just come in and burn your town down or laser it off the map....Not many options...I banking on Jesus.

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I wouldn't get over-admirationaling about Musk, who's happy to build stuff in and partner with the Chinese Communist regime. He's the usual sort of bastard in charmingly smart-aleck clothes.

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Mar 27, 2022·edited Mar 27, 2022

Musk is in the club for sure! The hundreds of satellites he's sening into low altitude orbit (surveillance) and the Neural Link (Transhumanism)!

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Our politicians c are more about winning their election and staying in power.

They care about their grift. That's REALLY important to them.

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The lesser ones. The big ones are already Davos converts. They think they will be okay. We must convince them that in all revolutions, the people who support the people REALLY in CHARGE, have to be the first to go. They know too much.

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"the privilege of "choosing" between 2 "selected" "lesser of 2 evils" is absolutely useless" - LOL. Up north of the 49th all 4 parties in the house of commons (Libs, Cons, NDP, Green) voted in favour of the vaccine passport. The only one against is the PPC (People's Party of Canada) who are new and have no seats. They are very libertarian and are against it.

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Maybe better expressed as ‘lesser of two weasels’.

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We should never have started paying Senators and representatives. OR, because we have,, each should now be subjected to a yearly forensic audit of their and their family's finances. No insider trading. No lobbying jobs or working for companies that directly benefit from government contracts for a period of not less than 5 years. An accounting of every donation and 'gift' -- 'grift' -- received.

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I used to think term limits was the answer. Not so sure now. Not that it ever could have happened. But we should take away some of their goodies and special carve outs. Make it less palatable to hang around. Very heavy regulation on stock trading by you or your immediate family, no exemption from laws you make for the populace, insurance ends when your term ends, cooling off period before you become a consultant to any sector getting money from the government... and bring back hanging for treason, jail for lying to congress. And if you make a vaccine and hide harmful data all the execs get the Chinese treatment for disappointing execs. Since they love the CCP so much.

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Huge fan of a cooling off period between government and private sector work. Fifteen year minimum; 20 years if they ever served on a regulatory/oversight committee applicable to said private sector businesses former government worker wants to work for; BUT a lifetime moratorium if the political career on said committees lasted for more than two consecutive or non-consecutive presidential terms.

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Also, they should not retain their security clearance after they leave public office.

They should have to live under the same laws and their consequences as the poor, beleaguered schlubs they rule over.

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You don't seem to get it. The Great Reset has them all playing Together. Their team has taken over. Everything. They have done whatever the hell they wanted the last two years. Is that not obvious?

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Forget Term Limits! Hell, they control the voting machines now!

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Mar 5, 2022·edited Mar 5, 2022

Universal suffrage to select those who will govern, means tax revenue supposedly to fund public goods which only Government can provide, become a slush fund to bribe electors - vote for me. Electors understand this and elections become auctions wherein voters sell to the highest bidder. Vested interests are well funded and vociferous, lobbying politicians in order to get a slice of the action, so that Congress/Parliament become whore houses where legislators sell themselves for the pleasure of their clients.

The bureaucrats are the Madames who run the brothels.

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term limits def the answer for pelosi yikes, when will she end?

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‘ between 2 "selected" "lesser of 2 evils" is absolutely useless.’ Which is why I stopped voting years ago, because my one vote will make no difference and no Party can deliver what I want which is ‘democracy’ that is each peson of the demos, gets an equal share of the power - the kratos - to make them self-governing under Common Law: thus sovereignty of the individual, with no government above them just a non-legislative, non-taxing administration which can arbitrate disputes and enforce the law. And within a free market capitalist economy. This avoids power concentration and tyranny, and creates economic and social interdependence through specialisation and division of labour, and therefore a stable, peaceful, prosperous society. O look - I just invented the Industrial Revolution.

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1 out of 32 kids are being diagnosed with autism. Soon that number will turn in to 50%. This is primarily due to vaccine overload. Can you imagine a world where half the kids are autistic? Euthanasia will seem quite reasonable or leaving them in the countryside for the wolf-coyote hybrids the US government created and released screwing up the ecosystem or if there are food shortages then your neighbors’ next meal.

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Or, consider the equally likely alternative, they become your leaders, supervisors, employers, and law enforcement/military personnel.

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It seems like we'd need to flatten the curve of oligarchic influence in order to have either a republic or a democracy that is reflective of the pluralism that exists within our country. No more lobbying. None. No more political contributions above a few thousand dollars either. No more political action committees. No more rotating door jobs that go from interested industries to government and back to industry. No more big pharma "donations" to the FDA (currently owned by big pharma, literally). No more "closed" primaries in states--open them up so that everyone, including the majority of people (independents) may participate. No more rule by bureaucracy; bureaucracy exists to carry out functions of the executive branch, not to create rules, but to provide the logistical support needed to carry out rules created by elected officials. The legislative branch (elected officials) gets to decide whether to fund the executive branch. Unelected people should not be approving or instituting rules over citizens.

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Very good list, except

Closed primaries are a good thing. Open primaries are very bad. It would be very easy for the majority party to switch sides and vote in the worst opposition candidate possible. Same with run off elections and mail in ballots and early voting. All are ripe for cheating.

Also you forgot No More Nepotism that should include DNA tests for any job that gets any federal, state or local government funding.

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I’m not aware of a voting scheme such as your talking about happening anywhere where open primaries currently exist, but ranked choice voting with all candidates might defuse that possibility. Where parties fight open primaries, they ought to be responsible for picking up the entire tab for those elections, since independent voters are not only being disenfranchised, but they’re forced to fork over tax dollars to pay for an election in which they are not permitted to vote.

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The independent voters are not being disenfranchised. they chose not to belong to a political party. The primary is only for party members to decide who they want to represent them. The independents are claiming to be basically apolitical - since they chose not to be party affiliated.

It is a democracy

After all and taxes are there to fund democracy A among other things.

Ranked choice voting is the absolute worse and the best way for radicals to get elected. It should be banned.

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I agree with a lot of this. I do think 2A is probably the most important because of the last resort capacity it serves. You are correct the virus was the recon mission. They’re (Davos syndicate) going to try again but here’s why it is doomed to fail: they can control on ramps and off ramps. They can’t actually control real P2P exchange. They can bitch about and regulate crypto all they want, it means diddly for stopping value exchange for those of us who choose to be ungovernable. This idea that a crypto on-ramp requires an off-ramp is a fallacy. Crypto just becomes the exchange mechanism. And yes this is absolutely going to create black markets and a parallel economy and its going to be brutal. But to truly shutdown crypto, they’d have to forcibly destroy every single mining rig on the planet. That’s easy for some cryptos, but not for all of them. Its incredibly difficult to pull that off. To really destroy crypto they’d have to turn off the internet. But they can’t do that because their surveillance state relies on it too. They’re definitely going to do CBDCs. It’s up to us as individuals to have other options that can’t be confiscated. And that’s were 2A comes in. How bad do you want it, Team Klaus? https://faybomb.substack.com/p/how-the-experiment-ends?s=w

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What will be the alternative currency?

It was cigarettes in Germany after WWII.

I'm thinking ammo, booze and garbage bags this next round.

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I like the way you think. Dalio says “there will be a competition of money and bitcoin will be a part of that competition but there will be many monies.”

Trade ya some whiskey for eggs…

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Last fall I bought a chicken coop and a big-ass rototiller. Every time I go into town.. Ammo. 9mm will be popular.

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And toilet paper!?

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you beat me to it.

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Food.

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Sex

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Hard to make change.

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LOL

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Cash as an alternative currency?

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Cash the best in the immediate future. But every cash withdrawal can be recorded. And it has no intrinsic value, except that endorsed by the gov't.

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Any crypto going through an exchange can be shut down so like you say only true peer to peer will work. I'm involved with the Qortal Project (qortal.org) as that is exactly what it offers along with low power and smart contracts.

The on/off ramps are still an issue but once I can buy physical stuff for QORT they become irrelevant. What is needed is a Western Union type conversion of QORT to local currency. Still a ways to go but it is possible.

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I don’t know if you’re the one who put QORT on my radar a few weeks ago or not but it’s a very interesting project. I definitely need to get more involved there

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I had very specific criteria before I would bother with crypto as I'm not into gambling (aka speculating). I HAD to have true P2P, low power & smart contracts. First 2 were mandatory and the 3rd is a "nice to have".

It was the first one to have all 3 that I could find. I don't know if it will work out but it's not a get rich quick scheme which I like. Doing the minting pays for electricity & bandwidth with a few beers worth of profit a month.

It is always going to be that last mile of being able to use it for purchases of physical stuff that will be the hardest. We'll see.

PS. Full disclosure. I am holding about $200 worth of QORT that I've earned by minting over the last year.

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Good for you!

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You are 100% incorrect about crypto. They can and they will render it completely useless in a matter of a few years.

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Okay, I’ll bite. Explain

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Why can't governments simply make it illegal?

If our "leaders" let prisoners out of prison because of "C0VID" and then put protestors in jail in DC for minor infractions-- and we won't even touch on what they're doing in Canada-- who is to say that anyone who is in any way linked to crypto won't be jailed?

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Coinbase has over 50 million registered users. Lets use that as a base estimate and discount unique users on FTX and Crypto.com (all 3 of which had presence in the Super Bowl last month). There is no putting that genie back in the bottle. If even 1% of those who are linked to crypto say “fuck off, come get me,” the gov will have issues actually enforcing at scale. Based off recent data there are roughly 2-3 million people incarcerated in the US on any given day. You’re gonna need a lot more jail space to lock up the crypto nerds, I’d think. Nothing is impossible. But I think getting crypto as a hedge and then deciding how to cross a theoretical bridge should it come is the right approach.

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They made drugs illegal and how did that "war on drugs" work out? For the government to say "10 years in jail for any crypto transaction" is possible but how do you enforce it with totally anonymous users from other jurisdictions? For example in el Salvador Bitcoin is legal tender so I'll transact there.

It is possible only if the whole world agrees to do it. That is why having the 3 major regimes in the world (US, Russia, China) all in favour of "Digital ID" really concerns me.

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They will make their own form of crypto, call it safe and make all others illegal.

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Understood. How are they enforcing it? What is the plan for self-custodied crypto held on-chain with private keys? Are they going to try to do a 51% attack? If so which blockchain? FDR “asked” people for their gold once upon a time. Think he got it all?

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Most true thing ever said and has been the most true thing ever since the beginning of time.

A surprisingly wonderful book to read if you haven't: Dickens' A Child's History of England. The courage of those ordinary people who demanded that even the king be subservient to the law was an extraordinary moment in the understanding of human liberty. And this was even with an awareness of how the law can be perverted. It remains as a concept of equality that's never been surpassed--which is why academia has been trying to extirpate the classics from a "liberal" education.

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As far as human nature goes, nothing has really changed for a very long time. Reading the classics gives you that perspective and helps you understand yourself and others.

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The constitution is only as strong as judges allow it to be. It seems more and more that judges rulings are in violation of the plain language of the document. Coincidence??

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Not a coincidence. It’s the systematic destruction of language. English has devolved since its peak a couple hundred years ago.

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Eight years of Obama didn't help.

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Yeah, but lots of "whites" felt really, really good about voting for a "person of color." It showed the world we were not "racist."

And yes, I was told that by people who probably would not have voted for Obama if he was white.

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True. But don’t forget the media hid as much about Obama’s radicalism and life as possible and lied about it relentlessly and even bragged about doing so years later.

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It’s activist judges and post modernism. Just pull crap out of your ass and declare it the law just like modern art literally holds up poop and call it art. Post modernism was created by a nasty pedophile / pederast - Michel Foucault.

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You have to have judges that cannot be bribed or blackmailed. That is increasingly impossible in this age of information gathering by government agencies known and unknown.

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You can fight all you want, but judges ultimately decide. In this lawless environment of executive orders, controlling the courts is important. Both parties are crazy in their own ways, but conservative leaning judges are more likely (not always) to find for individual rights and quash government overreach. Who controls the houses and the presidency will swing with the whims of the country and who they thinks speaks most for them at a point in time. Judges sit on benches for decades.

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This is quite true. (See Elie Mystal's remarks today that "the Constitution is trash...")

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what if the courts are already compromised ... meow

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‘If’?

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correction : ‘they are already,’ so now what

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They are. John Roberts case in point. Closet gay. Adopted 2 irish children via Argentina, illegal. Remember him clutiching his briefcase on the way to Malta?

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What if!?! They already are !

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Agreed wholeheartedly, and "our" side concedes too much when they knee-jerk to the federal piece of parchment paper, rather than local culture, local governance, religious institutions (though most have been feckless), and then the state constitutions. The states have militia power, nullification, and secession, that we should push to use for institution-on-institution clashes.

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The other side has malignant narcissists, sadists and Autogynephiles to name just a few.

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Mar 4, 2022·edited Mar 4, 2022

New word to me - Autogynephiles! Is that what "Caitlin" Jenner is really all about? Your characterization of that other side is pawsatively spot on.

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Yes. Jenner is an Autogynephile. There are two types of transgendered - heterosexual/pseudo-bisexual Autogynephiles (transvestites) who have a sexual paraphilia where pretending to be a woman is a sexual turn on and homosexual transexuals (sexual inverts) who are highly effeminate biological males or highly masculine biological females who can easily pass as their opposite biological sex.

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Recently was a hotel at the same time as a fuzzy kids or furry kids retreat—one of the scariest things I have ever witnessed. I checked out immediately the next day. Talk about some top notch Autogynephiles.

https://furscience.com/resources/

Let the culture wars begin.

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It’s like drag Queen story hour. They want to get to the kids, touch them, normalize pedophilia and Autogynephilia, have the kids touch them, grooming of kids and their parents.

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Yikes!!!

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Mar 4, 2022·edited Mar 4, 2022

Zoophilia - in to bestiality - sexually abusing animals and pretty sure many are going to be pedophiles to lure children.

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No doubt in my mind. All these little sickos have a mental illness and, later in life, will be sexual predators. But it’s all good, right. We had to destroy the Patriarchy!

https://youtu.be/ZdV3VomzKdI

It makes perfect sense why they keep their costumes on while having sex.

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Eric Morris, I agree. The Founders left us a gift; it's up to us to use it to the hilt before other means are forced upon us. It takes people willing to do that, though, and the vast majority would rather not.

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This is the nail being struck on the head. The Declaration and Constitution are recipes for *individual agency*. In the end, your freedom is *your own responsibility* and you always, *always* must be willing to lay down your life for it.

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The only way back is through God. Haven’t you ever wondered why we have had such a strong, productive, admired nation? As a child, I remember wondering how it was that I got to live here and not some other country. We were founded upon God’s principles, as was Israel. But Israel strayed and was judged and we are following in their footsteps. Full birth abortions, recognizing men as women, we have lost our way and our foundation. The Bible speaks more about this time in history than any other.

https://endtimes.substack.com/p/tipping-point-show-030222-5a1?

for a Biblical perspective on current events, plagues (Covid) and wars (Russia/Ukraine).

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Also, recommend reading or listening to The Harbinger II by Jonathan Kahn. I listened to it for free through my local library while gardening. It briefly summarizes book I and II brings it up to current events. I’m not sure most of us realize the depth of Satanic influence that is alive in the US. One example – the Hindu goddess of destruction, Kali was projected onto the Empire State Building in 2015.

https://www.unsealed.org/2015/08/demonic-faces-on-empire-state-building.html?

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Well said! And absolutely true.

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Greetings fellow malo denizen. While I agree with you in principle, consider the following quotes:

- "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." John Adams

- "But whether the Constitution really be one thing, or another, this much is certain - that it has either authorized such a government as we have had, or has been powerless to prevent it. In either case, it is unfit to exist." Lysander Spooner (Just after the War Between The States)

Read these books:

"Hologram Of Liberty" by: Kenneth Royce

"The Holy Bible" GOD

We have wormed our way into this mess through sloth, disinterest, and moral turpitude. You may hypothesize from here on how to get out of this.

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Rising living standards and lower mortality rates have led to the dumbing down of Americans / Westerners over the past couple of centuries - ("Idiocracy is a documentary.") The cognitively deficient have no understanding of - or love for - liberty. Thus it is inevitable that the West will descend into tyranny in the upcoming decades and centuries. Perhaps the best place to ride out the storm is in some gated community in the third world. Not gonna be easy, though.

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There recently was a mostly off the grid house and a couple of acres for sale in the mountains of North Carolina. Good alternative if you have a family or group who can work and farm the land. But money.

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It's only as good as those willing to enforce it.

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Remember that Russia and North Korea also have constitutions. A law means nothing if it is not respected and it cannot be enforced.

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Trumps the stack :: thank you-

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In a perfect world where everyone got off the couch….Tell that to the Jan 6th defendents, I’m sure they and the judges overseeing their constitutional rights didn’t get the memo.

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But, they are right now letting out the jails, so criminals are taking off for the heartland. It will add another domino Take Care.

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The international cat federation has banned Russian cats. Don’t know how putin recovers from this.

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really grabbed him by the short hairs...

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Mar 4, 2022·edited Mar 4, 2022

This is the real bottom line.

Ban cats, and they will get revenge. Remember the Middle Ages.

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“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.

"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."

"How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.

"You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.”

Lewis Carroll - Alice in Wonderland… where we all live now.

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I'll never forgive or forget the Coronamaniacs.

https://markoshinskie8de.substack.com/p/ill-never-forgive-the-coronamaniacs?s=w

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I'm with you 100% on that! The monsters in charge want us to move on and forget what they've done. I'm not having any part of it.

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Disney is also in the running for the Stupid Contest. They banned the movie Anastasia.

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I really believe these people are still 110% in the grip of mass formation hypnosis. The switch was simply flipped from "C0VID" to "Russia." The C0VID Karens that I know have stopped obsessing over masks and now hate Putin with every fiber of their being. As well as all Russians. Makes no sense.

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This attempt of economic, cultural, and national destruction against Russia that escalates quickly (as if they were waiting for this moment) is very suspicious. And I bet corrupt politicians are not affected from this. MSM sells this discrimination as "we are fighting against dictators," but I'm not buying it.

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Cold War puppetry... we'll blame each other for the currency collapse, and the new ones will be attached to our cattle tag.

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Russia's currency won't collapse. To support the ruble, after the "sanctions" Putin ended 20% VAT on gold, effectively monetizing it. China & India are continuing trade with Russia using their own home currencies. As written elsewhere, outside of its borders Russia uses oil, fertilizer, other essentials as "currency."

Bottom line is Russia's bottom line is much, much better than US.

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Either Russia is hyper-cynically playing his part in their game, or he is truly Nationalist & fighting the globalists.

Either way, he wins. 🤷

But the BRICS apparently got back together the day after the 2020 sElection.

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Imggih. I was wondering the other day if people would start slaughtering their Borzois dogs. Like they did here in tbe US to German Shepherds during WW2.

I concluded its likely that borzois are owned by string-pulling elite, so not likely. But then again, they are satanic evil, so who knows?

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If he ever had any doubts as to the insanity of the West and our civilisational suicide making Russia, the slavic civilisational/cultural sphere and orthodox christianity the last bastion against the hordes of Africa and Asia, I'd say those are gone now.

And the times being what they are, one has to point out that this is in no way any endorsement of Putin, Russia or their invasion of Ukraine. Russia is my people's greatest ancestral enemy after all.

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That'sa good essay, and that's what most of us conspiracy nuts have been saying for a while.

You need to write an even better essay on what we, as individuals, can do to stop it. Besides non-compliance and annoyingly dropping such info into daily conversations,

(Him: how's your day Doc?"

Me: Let me tell you about the Great Reset and vaccine failure...)

I am at a loss as to how to proceed.

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Agreed. How should we protect the way we receive information? I’m just a novice with tech so what if they control the internet more, how do we receive news?

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Good point. Secure means of communication needs to be paramount in resisting. But how? Anything we can do to make our computers safe, or even safer?

Remember, in the late summer of 2020, all conservative/Christian websites were rendered inaccessible via Google.

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What a great thought. I know it may not work in today's world, but most communication were printed for a long long time. And we ended up with a Republic that was the freest on the earth for a long time without internet, or phones. I know a few liberty advocates that have begun printed newspapers again. We have our work cut out for us.

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I am a digital privacy novice in the process of de-googling etc ... It is not as bad as I thought. Worth listening to Joe Rogan's interview with Robert Epstein (and sharing it with the complacent). And this provides a starting point: https://medium.com/@re_53711/seven-simple-steps-toward-online-privacy-20dcbb9fa82

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The article above is a good start. I've done some of those things. The Brave brower is good, as well as Epic; the Epic browser has a built in VPN, but is wonky on some sites.

DuckDuckGo is a replacement I've been using for a while; it's fine about 97% if the time.

ProtonMail is a good solution as well, and it's free.

I question Apple being better than Google in terms of your privacy.

And.... most of all, CASH. Start using cash.

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Thank you!

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USENET or USENET style message boards are a start. They can still be shut down tho. P2P messaging on private servers, but you are still forced to use the backbone. Satellite connected private network maybe.

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Hasn’t Gato written about building another internet, one free of control?

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Yeah, the only way out is to not use teh internet

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Yes, can’t wait for that essay.

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Canada’s feds are currently past first reading stage for UBI (due to our plans in the environment - it’s in the bill) and about to try and slide Internet censorship past first reading - they are also trying to change labour code so employers can’t be sued for future vaccine mandates … I hate these people

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Me encanta el gato malo... pero

Great article. But the issue is "what to do". Practically.

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cultivate a society that understands how this sort of behavioral manipulation works and inculcate an intrinsic reflex to respond to nudges with shoves.

they are not ever "just one thing."

they are a part of a larger pattern ad a slide down a slippery slope.

we must cultivate the understanding of that pattern and the need to stop it as the first push so that we can fight from solid ground and not from the greased incline to serfdom.

any rights imposition, no matter how small, no matter for what high and allegedly noble reason must be resisted.

all of them.

we need to stop giving the inches that accumulate into miles and start taking them back.

rights are absolute or they are not rights at all.

that is the lesson here and the way forward.

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We should all avoid so-called “conveniences”. Pay cash, vote in person. Live more like the Amish.

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That'll show them.

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So will they continue to let the Amish live as they do?

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I still don’t understand why people didn’t wonder how the Amish handled COVID without intervention. Yes people died. How have they handled the other variants? That would make for an interesting study.

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Mar 4, 2022·edited Mar 4, 2022

Sharyl Atkisson did reports on how the Amish were handling corona: https://sharylattkisson.com/2021/10/amish-covid-no-hospitalization-isolation-or-vaccines-herd-immunity/

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Only as long as their lifestyle does not start to become a real alternative.

If people would start Amish-style communes, succesfully so, they would be labelled a problem.

That's one of the signs of the totalitarian mindset: no alternatives allowed. You may not say "No, thank you, not for me but thanks for asking".

Look at islam, or christianity up until after the French Revolution. Look at capitalism when people start farmer's collectives. Look at communism when people use voluntary barter to make up shortfalls.

The underlying pattern is one and the same: succesful voluntary alternatives not allowed. Abstaining not allowed.

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Yes but we have guns.

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I hope so, as many of us may convert soon.

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"any rights imposition, no matter how small, no matter for what high and allegedly noble reason must be resisted."

So, seat belt laws, right? How the hell can the government tell me just how I--and I alone--have to be safe in my own car?

Why the fuck is prostitution still illegal? Or drugs? (Setting aside the need for laws--like drunk-driving laws--to keep others safe.)

Of course, if I break any of those I get fined or go to jail.

Most of us are not up to speed on what it would and will take to keep the government out of private grown-ass citizens' business, for real. At least, I'm not. Guess I've had my head in the sand most of my life, thinking "as long as I can go day to day, I guess I'm good."

Maybe I have to say "Thank god for the plandemic!"

But I still need some help here.

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How does on cultivate a society without control of things like the MSM and things like "Facebook" and "Twitter?"

If people can't agree on simple things like "masks don't do anything" and "the vaxx can hurt people," how in the world can we get them on our side as a group? How can we break through the people that have been captured by the psyop?

Almost everyone I know is mentally/ emotionally captured. They will do anything for their "safety" and "health." They can't be reasoned with, and when the digital ID and the CBDC comes, they will hail it because of the convenience, and claim that they'll be fine, because "they don't do anything wrong."

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Yes. Push them back further than they pushed us.

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Never forget who was keen on this and vote them all out. Better to send to Congress a small business person than an entrenched WEF graduate.

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Like Dan Crenshaw who just won his primary? Still too many asleep. Or corrupt.

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That killed me that he won his primary. He’s cheering on WWIII right now.

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This is why they vacillated on masks, vaccine mandates, etc. They were delayed in what could be used against us and world coordination of messages. Test run. Evil phrases like your mask protects me and vaccine stops the virus have been used to turn us against each other. I felt this in my very being since the beginning. There were those who’ve written books about this thirty years ago. The New World Order is one. Skull & Bones club (Clinton, Bush, etc.). Diana West wrote Red Thread, the communists who flowed into and are embedded in our country. Illuminati. It is all true. But the book who had the lead on this story? The Bible. It’s all in there.

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Always helps to remember that in the end, God wins.

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Our only true hope 🙏🏻☝🏻

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Bible = 🎯 & Diana West = 🎯

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Spot on!

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and instigate a financial crisis to allow a digital currency to arise out of the ashes

https://nakedemperor.substack.com/p/the-looming-financial-crisis/comments?s=w

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Or a military crisis, or a political crisis, or a viral or bacterial crisis. Any excuse would fool the sheep again.

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Or if the news about the vaccines gets too hot to trot, governments around the world can shove the vaccine makers under and the bus and claim that governments need to "cooperate" to prevent such atrocities from happening ever again. They will be able to shove through supra-national laws that make our lives miserable.

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They covered this in I think Event 201. At some point, they will acknowledge "vaccines injuries" but claim that it was done for the "good of humanity." Big Pharma was trying to Save the World, and therefore, they cannot be held liable. We are in war against "The Virus" and those who died from the vaxxine are casualties of war that must be mourned as heroes.

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Put simply, Covid-19 was not an epidemiological event, it was a psychological operation.

As bureaucrats and politicians wind down the Covid restrictions in order to quell growing unrest, we can be assured they will insist on retaining the "right" to re-impose them at will.

As long as “new variants lurk right around the corner”, public health bureaucrats and pandemic profiteers can invent the next “health emergency” to impose more shutdowns for any “viral event” that conveniently suits their political and financial aims.

While the Covid propaganda has vanished it is imperative we keep the mountain of lies under scrutiny and continue unveiling the massive corruption that defines the “Covid Era.” This is the only path towards justice and necessary to defend against future episodes of “pandemic” hysteria.

Ultimately there can be no comprehensive debate and complete understanding about the devastating consequences of the 'Covid Crisis' policies without a historical and up to date analysis of the Medical Industry’s role in pushing socioeconomic and political agendas which benefit the ruling elites.

It is vital to understand that the public health industry is now directly tied to global markets and operates based on the demands of those financial conglomerates. Manufactured pandemics are now mammoth investment opportunities which increase the wealth of billionaires and further consolidate their power.

It is also necessary to recognize that the primary purpose of the medical industry is no longer the “art of healing”, it is instead a financial instrument meant to benefit investors.

The magic act of Covid vanishing from media view and public perception is not due to any medical miracle or the natural trajectory of a virus losing its potency. It was performed by those who manufactured this reality and committed countless crimes and done in an attempt to slip out the back door, avoid further public inquiry and escape any legal consequences.

The urgent message that we must take from these past two years is that we are under sustained psychological warfare and have been for quite some time.

We won’t have truly won until it is universally established that Medical Freedom is not a negotiable commodity controlled by state bureaucrats, political opportunists or the medical cartel.

Nothing has been won until the ideology that the state can have control over bodily autonomy has been thoroughly repudiated.

This story is not finished until the individuals and institutions that deceived the public, censored and persecuted dissenting voices over the past two years are publicly held accountable.

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Outstanding comment

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So, you've won me over. Between you and other writers I have been red-pilled so hard its practically an enema. I can't unsee any of this.

But just as much, how exactly to resist? Gathering on substack feels good but the other guy is literally writing the future. Various laws and constitutions are but quaint obstacles for them.

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I still can’t comprehend how people just willingly stepped up for the shots. Especially the university kids. I just hope and pray that people will wake up and just say no to any more intrusions. The scenario is straight out of Black Mirror and not a world that I want for my kids.

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Boy am I glad the Luciferian leaders aren’t as wickedly smart as you, Ceiling el gato. Let’s hope they aren’t eavesdropping. Actually, they probably have enough evil to compensate for their lack of genius, so they’re undoubtedly already onto the strategies outlined here.

All the more reason for us to continue our efforts to build a parallel society, as discussed in the latest Academy of Ideas:

• “The Parallel Society vs Totalitarianism | How to Create a Free World” (https://academyofideas.com/2022/02/parallel-society-vs-totalitarianism-how-to-create-a-free-world/)

“If it proves impossible legally to compel the ruling power to change the ways it governs us, and if for various reasons those who reject this power cannot or do not wish to overthrow it by force, then the creation of an independent or alternative or parallel [society] is the only dignified solution …”

—Ivan Jirous, “Parallel Polis: An Inquiry”

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“And therein we find, neglected by us, the simplest, the most accessible key to our liberation: a personal nonparticipation in lies! Even if all is covered by lies, even if all is under their rule, let us resist in the smallest way: Let their rule hold not through me!”

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Live Not By Lies

“If the main pillar of the [totalitarian] system is living a lie, then it is not surprising that the fundamental threat to it is living the truth. This is why [the truth] must be suppressed more severely than anything else.”

Václav Havel, The Power of the Powerless

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Unfortunately, it seems that there are still way too many people in society that say, "that could never happen" and a large part of them also just don't care if it does. I am not someone who lives in fear, but everything described above is exactly what I have feared for many years. I've feared this kind of world much more than "viruses", nukes, "terrorists" or any other scary thing that governments and the media have pushed on society during my lifetime. Heaven help us.

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People just want to go along to get along. Get a shot? Sure. Get three or four shots? Sure. Locked in my house? Sure. Work from home? Sure. Mask my kids? Sure. Can't socialize? Sure. Can't visit my loved one in a nursing home? Sure.

These people are sheep, and they will be the ones who enable the hellish future the Davos crowd has in store for us.

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Wow, awesome post. Every person in America needs to read this closely.

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If only they could…

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"If only they could…" LOL!!. OMG. Yes. We're screwed.

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Yup. HR hired a new assistant for me (historically my assistants learned a lot and moved up the ladder, one of my guys is a success at E&Y now!) and I don't think she can comprehend what she reads! She seems to be really trying, but... that doesn't make her more helpful to me. I'm hoping that getting back to the office (Ontario resident) and yelling over the cubicle wall will allow me to fix her up, but I think it may be just a comprehension issue. We'll see, I guess. Pretty sad that so many young people just can't comprehend the text they are reading

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This plan is perfection. So worth it if it saves just one lie, lye, uh life.

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Is the “coin shortage” in the US meant to nudge us into cashless transactions? I mean, how could Covid cause a coin shortage?!

Is the new US Federal ID that’s required to fly a step toward digital ID?

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Gato...you have a way of looking at things that always opens my eyes...and I thought I was a little skeptical....you have me beat right from the get-go. Thank you for bring you...I look forward to your posts more than anyone else's.

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