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Revolutionary Thoughts For Independence Day
RayR Offline
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Let's start with some seditious revolutionary thoughts and things the regime doesn't like, stuff you won't see in The New York Times or WAPO.

Independence Day

by James Howard Kunstler

"Life for us will get simpler, for sure, but it doesn’t have to be a trip back to the eleventh century…."

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The Party of Chaos is draping its narrow shoulders in black crepe this Fourth of July, putting on funereal airs, which is actually just another cynical act in their remorseless performance of pretending to care about our country, as everything they touch goes to sh*t, blood, and ruin. Anything not that, they would like you believe, is “right-wing extremism” and “domestic terrorism.” Such as reminding your fellow citizens that there’s an upside to the rule-of-law and free speech, two niceties of the constitution the Party of Chaos is working hard to dispose of.

Understand that this Party of Chaos is insane, and rejoice this holiday weekend that you are not them. Independence, after all, was not just throwing off the yoke of King George III, but of establishing conditions for a people to thrive and pursue happiness without nefarious interference by vicious authorities of a leviathan state. That was something worth fighting for in 1776 and worth fighting for now.

One such battle was decided this week in the US Supreme Court: West Virginia v EPA, about US government agencies under the executive branch usurping legislative and judicial prerogatives — in this case to enforce “Green New Deal” policies on the electric power industry by agency fiat, as if by law. No-can-do, the SCOTUS said in a 6-3 decision. The ruling will tend to quash the growing tyranny of the unelected federal bureaucracy issuing diktats that nobody has voted for, like the Department of Education’s increasingly insane use of the 1972 Title IX [nine] update of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to jam biological male transsexuals into women’s sports and locker rooms.

Much of this agency mischief has emanated in recent years from whoever is in the White House issuing executive orders to get around a recalcitrant Congress. Barack Obama was especially prolific at it and now the junta behind “Joe Biden” is trying to emulate Mr. O. The upshot is that the Green New Deal is dead because even a Democratic majority Congress is too chicken to vote for measures likely to bring down the electric grid and put an end to mass motoring (though current trends suggest exactly that outcome is in the cards even without government action).

The ruling also tends to foil the World Economic Forum’s effort to re-set Western Civ as a transhuman technocratic “green” nirvana. Rather, the USA and Euroland are on the express track to a Palookaville of grubby, post-industrial, neo-medieval hardship. Try to imagine Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse minus reliable electric service. All you’re left with is an ill-dressed schmuck wearing goggles in a dark, empty room. Not to mention the technocrat elite’s wished-for boons of computer-enabled eternal life and never-ending orgasm. Fugettabowdit. Mr. Zuckerberg will be lucky months from now if he can avoid being clamped to a stake and torched by the angered new peasantry he helped to create.

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https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/independence-day/
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So have you started organizing, you are so passionate about this. Or are you a town crier right now?
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Strong people don't put others down. They lift them up and slam them on the ground for maximum damage.
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Yes! More seditious revolutionary thoughts and things the messianic Moloch regime doesn't like!

July 4 Is The Anti-Abe Lincoln Holiday, A Perfect Time For Purebloods To Stand Tall

By Allan Stevo

July 2, 2022

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If you thought the case fatality rate of 1-in-1000 from Covaids was bad, you should have seen what the case fatality rate of having Abraham Lincoln as a President was like.

About 3% of Americans died in the 4-year period from 1861 to 1865.

They weren’t just any Americans who died. It was often the most capable members of society — young and male.

They died because 1.) Washington DC could not play nice, 2.) Washington DC was very arrogant, 3.) Washington DC refused to allow states to dissolve a dissolvable compact.

Sound familiar?

Abraham Lincoln Was The Antithesis of July 4

Monday, July 4, some bozo will inevitably put on an Abraham Lincoln costume.

In fact, approximately 10,000 bozos will do that across the country.

In a bozo’s head, it is all one patriotic brou-ha-ha: Constitution, July 4, the Air Force, and hot dogs. And who can blame him because that is what the schools teach, but truthfully, Abraham Lincoln was not George Washington 2.0; he was King George 2.0.

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https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/07/allan-stevo/july-4-is-the-anti-abe-lincoln-holiday-a-perfect-time-for-purebloods-to-stand-tall/
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If you're not supposed to eat at night, why is there a light bulb in the refrigerator?
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
If you're not supposed to eat at night, why is there a light bulb in the refrigerator?


Did anybody ever tell you that sometimes act like a dim bulb?

Anyway...Happy Secession Day! or...

HAPPY DECENTRALIZATION DAY!

JULY 4, 2022 GEOFFREY PIKE

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Happy 4th of July! You can also call it Independence Day or Secession Day. For some reason, it is socially acceptable to celebrate independence, but not so much secession.

But that’s what independence was for the American colonies. They declared their independence from the British crown. They declared their secession.

It was also the decentralization of government. The British Empire got a little bit smaller, and it proceeded to get smaller over the following two centuries.

Unfortunately, centralization grew after that in America. The first major step was abolishing the Articles of Confederation and replacing them with the Constitution. The U.S. Constitution gave far more power to the national government. But to be sure, we would be much better off today if we actually followed the Constitution as compared to what we’ve got.

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https://libertarianinvestments.com/2022/07/04/happy-decentralization-day/

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July 4th is for some a day of celebration as some old dead wigged monkeys as BGZ calls them seceded from the British Empire in part because of “taxation without representation”. Before then, in the traditional British colonial system, the legislatures of the individual colonies had total control over taxation within their colony, in other words taxation with representation.

Even though the colonies achieved their independence and self-rule, others since then look on Independence Day as a day of mourning, of liberty lost since those days, when Taxation With Representation now means we are taxed every which way imaginable from the center, the left, and the right, representation or not makes no difference. Pay your "fair share" to the regime...or else they'll take your stuff and maybe throw you in a cage!

Taxation With Representation

By eric -July 4, 2022

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Today, Americans celebrate their independence – from what, exactly?

From Great Britain? Why should that be cause for celebration? What have Americans gained thereby?

Was it “taxation” – with “representation”? Is this in fact the case? And if so, can it be accounted an improvement?

The fundamental thing is this business of taxation. Everyone knows what it means – the obligatory handing over (one isn’t “paying”) of money, unwillingly, to be used to finance things the person made to hand over the money almost certainly does not wish to finance. Hence the necessary element of threats – of physical violence – leveled and implicit in every tax, to coerce the handing over.

In other words, strong-arm robbery – as distinct from mere theft, which is a lesser thing because it is generally done without overt violence or threats thereof. The thief steals in the manner of an opportunistic fox, who sees that the henhouse is open. It would be robbery rather than mere theft if the fox – armed with a gun – sent you a letter declaring that you “owed” him a chicken and had better deliver it to him by such-and-such a date.

Theft, though very bad, is much better than robbery because the latter always comes with violence. It is the essential element of the thing.

Why is robbery-made-legal – by calling it “taxation” – a good thing or even an acceptable thing when it is performed by “representatives”?

Of whom, precisely?

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https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/07/04/taxation-with-representation/
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So there is much to value in this particular post. Just one thing isn't answered, though I think the piece was to promote thought rather than answer questions it causes. How to pay for what we do want and need. Our power grid is fubar to the max. It is not a matter of if it will go down, but rather when it will go down. The money used to prop businesses and people during the lockdown would have done more good if used to replace the electric grid. It's a good thing terrorists tend to have a specific focus and limited smarts.

Take out the eastern grid and the western grid though the two choke points, pretty simple really.
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While our country remains untainted with the principles and manners which are now producing desolation in so many parts of the world; while she continues sincere, and incapable of insidious and impious policy, we shall have the strongest reason to rejoice in the local destination assigned us by Providence. But should the people of America once become capable of that deep simulation towards one another, and towards foreign nations, which assumes the language of justice and moderation while it is practising iniquity and extravagance, and displays in the most captivating manner the charming pictures of candor, frankness, and sincerity, while it is rioting in rapine and insolence, this country will be the most miserable habitation in the world; because we have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

John Adams(FROM TO THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST BRIGADE OF THE THIRD DIVISION OF THE MILITIA OF MASSACHUSETTS, 11 October, 1798)
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Dg west deptford wrote:
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.


It's thinking like this that causes scientology and islam to get tax free status in our society.

I know this means nothing to you, because it will never be the case here for you because you are likely incapable of empathizing...

But what if another religion became the majority religion here... like islam?

Would you still feel this way?

You know what you want is just a variation of sharia law.
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RayR wrote:
Did anybody ever tell you that sometimes act like a dim bulb?

Sometimes, but when they did, they utilized the correct amount of pronouns to actually formulate a complete sentence.


Everyone my age is older than me...
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bgz wrote:
It's thinking like this that causes Scientology and islam to get tax free status in our society.

I know this means nothing to you, because it will never be the case here for you because you are likely incapable of empathizing...

But what if another religion became the majority religion here... like islam?

Would you still feel this way?

You know what you want is just a variation of sharia law.


I think you got things back azzwards, as usual.

The state is your religion and you call on your terrible God of the Molech State to smite people you don't like because in your estimation they aren't paying their fair share even though the members that comprise a legitimate church have already been involuntarily forced to pay tribute to the Molech Cult before they made their voluntary contributions to their legitimate church. So you want their money taxed twice!

Scientology isn't even a church, it's a CULT that competes with the Molech State, It brainwashes its proles into believing it is the only true church and demands total obedience to its commands . The cult DEMANDS you pay your fair share or else, which is the total sacrifice of yourself, your worldly possessions, and your children to the CULT, whatever it takes to maintain the glutinous cult leaders and their court in the rich lifestyle they are so accustomed to.


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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Sometimes, but when they did, they utilized the correct amount of pronouns to actually formulate a complete sentence.


Sorry, it must have been the alcohol typing. Beer
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Ray, have you ever talked with a Scientologist? Though I find your statement about them a bit overblown, but it accurate. I have spoke with a number of them, and what you said is very accurate relative to the conversations I have had with them.
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Speyside2 wrote:
Ray, have you ever talked with a Scientologist? Though I find your statement about them a bit overblown, but it accurate. I have spoke with a number of them, and what you said is very accurate relative to the conversations I have had with them.


No, I've never met a Scientologist personally, but I did watch Leah Remini's multi-part documentary on TV a while back with great interest. It was fantastic stuff hearing her and the other victims that escaped the cult talk about what it was like on the inside and what they had to do to escape. I was particularly shocked as to what extent the cult would go to try to recapture the escapees.

BTW...I'm never overblown, my hyperbole is there to draw the obvious parallels between a cult like Scientology and an authoritarian centralized government.

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In blowhard Biden's longwinded July 4th speech he once again tramples on Jeffersons' words in the Declaration of Independence, spreading that nonsense that is the Proposition Nation Myth. You know what that is, don't ya?. America was founded on an IDEA MAN! We hold these truths to be self-evident that all people are created equal MAN!

He said, "I’ve long said that America is unique, unlike every other nation on earth, we were founded based on an idea. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all people are created equal, endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, among them, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

What Jefferson was saying is all men are created equal under the law as was the tradition relating to British citizens, but somehow increasingly wasn't being applied to the colonists who were being viewed by the King and the Parliament as less than British citizens.

But not Joey B, he doesn't believe any of those words like what Jefferson meant. He thinks like a socialist where the only rights people have got to be handed out by the government, unequally too based on evidence, and people got to be made equal BY the law MAN!, BIG GOVERNMENT LAW MAN! that will make people as equal as the regime decides they shall be, which typically makes many people equally miserable, poor, and dependent on the government if the regime decides it's to the benefit of the regime holding on to power.

You see, Joey B. really hates what those insurrectionist secessionist colonists were really after.

They Don't Dare Tell You What the Fourth Really Means

By Tom Woods

July 5, 2022

From the Tom Woods Letter:

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Independence Day is coming up, and I wonder how many people really get why it matters.

In school, we were told this: “No taxation without representation.”

Zzzzzzzz.

The real principles were more like the following.

(1) No legislation without representation.

The colonists insisted that they could be governed only by the colonial legislatures. This is the principle of self-government.

This is why a Supreme Court ordering localities around is anti-American in the truest sense. It is the opposite principle from the one the American colonists stood for.

(2) Contrary to the modern Western view of the state that it must be considered one and indivisible, the colonists believed that a smaller unit may withdraw from a larger one. Today we are supposed to consider this unthinkable.

(3) The colonists’ view of the (unwritten) British constitution was that Parliament could legislate only in those areas that had traditionally been within the purview of the British government. Customary practice was the test of constitutionality.

The Parliament’s view, on the other hand, was in effect that the will and act of Parliament sufficed to make its measures constitutional. In other words: if they say it’s constitutional, that makes it constitutional, even if that means the constitution changes from one day to the next.

So the colonists insisted on strict construction, if you will, while the British held to more of a “living, breathing” view of the Constitution.

Sound familiar?

So let’s recap: Independence Day is about local self-government, secession, and strict construction. Not exactly the themes you learned in school.

And not even what you’ll learn in graduate school.
One day I decided I had to know what my fellow Columbia Ph.D. students thought Independence Day was all about.

What could these left-liberals be celebrating? They don’t favor local self-government, which is what the war was all about. They don’t favor strict construction of the Constitution, while the colonists were insisting on precisely that, in a British context. And they certainly don’t favor secession.

So what the heck did they think it was all about?

Only one person answered me: “There was a distance involved.”

So the problem was that the ruling class was too far away?

“Come on, men, we must continue making sacrifices so that we may someday have exploiters who live close by!”

Some rallying cry that would have been.

This was a student at what at that time was the #2 academic department in the country for American history.

Don’t let people with fancy credentials intimidate you. If there’s one lesson of the past two years, it’s that.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/07/thomas-woods/they-dont-dare-tell-you-what-today-really-means/
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RayR wrote:
I think you got things back azzwards, as usual.

The state is your religion and you call on your terrible God of the Molech State to smite people you don't like because in your estimation they aren't paying their fair share even though the members that comprise a legitimate church have already been involuntarily forced to pay tribute to the Molech Cult before they made their voluntary contributions to their legitimate church. So you want their money taxed twice!

Scientology isn't even a church, it's a CULT that competes with the Molech State, It brainwashes its proles into believing it is the only true church and demands total obedience to its commands . The cult DEMANDS you pay your fair share or else, which is the total sacrifice of yourself, your worldly possessions, and your children to the CULT, whatever it takes to maintain the glutinous cult leaders and their court in the rich lifestyle they are so accustomed to.



There you go believing in Molech again, damn polytheists.

I have no religion, I don't bow to dogma, and sociopathic tricks aren't very effective against me.

On another note, you ever watch a documentary of people who escaped cults similar to yours?
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bgz wrote:
There you go believing in Molech again, damn polytheists.

I have no religion, I don't bow to dogma, and sociopathic tricks aren't very effective against me.

On another note, you ever watch a documentary of people who escaped cults similar to yours?


Here we go, another pathetic stupid trolling attempt by BGZ. Bored Sleep
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RayR wrote:
Here we go, another pathetic stupid trolling attempt by BGZ. Bored Sleep


In the end... that's the best you got.

*bored*
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Maybe if we start telling people the brain is an app they will start using it.
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bgz wrote:
In the end... that's the best you got.

*bored*


Am I supposed to take your bait Mr. Bad Troll?

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Am I supposed to take your bait Mr. Bad Troll?



No, you can carry on with you obsession with Molech...

Don't let me stop you.
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bgz wrote:
No, you can carry on with you obsession with Molech...

Don't let me stop you.

must have been his homework assignment cuz Gary and the guys have been on this garbage for a while.
Have to pass the test before cleaning up society...
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Actually, they should focus more on Baal. Baal was the main demon for the Cannanites.
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bgz wrote:
No, you can carry on with you obsession with Molech...

Don't let me stop you.


I don't want to talk about your God Molech right now. Ya, Spey is right, Baal is a good idea, He was the President of those MF'ers.
But not right now, let's get back to the lizard people and Independence Day. OK?

So basically the progturds at NPR are butthurt about recent Supreme Court opinions, so they ditched their tradition of reciting the Declaration of Independence because America isn't so great anymore and because of the SCOTUS it's more racist, sexist, bigoted, and hypocritical, and stuff than ever.
So instead I guess they got into that Proposition Nation BS as Biden does about America being an IDEEAAA Man! based on "All men are created equal". Like what does equality mean MAN!? Basically to the Progturds it means everything in the Declaration that Jefferson didn't mean by that word "equal"

Excerpt from For July Fourth, NPR Ditches Declaration of Independence

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"In 2022, NPR instead opted for a commentary segment on the “Morning Edition” show to talk about “equality.” This ended up being mostly a discussion about racism and the end of Roe v. Wade, and included an obligatory shot at Republicans.

“Many of our debates on this July Fourth turn on what equality means. What voting rules really give equal access to the ballot. Do abortion laws give a woman equal control of her body? At what point is a fetus entitled to equal rights?” NPR host Steve Inskeep said."


https://www.dailysignal.com/2022/07/05/for-july-fourth-npr-ditches-declaration-of-independence/
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If I wanted to kill myself I'd climb your ego and jump to your IQ.
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RayR wrote:
I don't want to talk about your God Molech right now. Ya, Spey is right, Baal is a good idea, He was the President of those MF'ers.
But not right now, let's get back to the lizard people and Independence Day. OK?


Uh... your the one that keeps talking about... him?

I'm assuming it's a him...

Admit it... you're a polytheist.

The only way you can rationalize a non-theist is by assigning a deity... it's not the first time you've done it... or the second.

So it's reasonable to conclude, you believe they are all real, but yours is better.

A discriminitory polytheist of the variety of "my god can beat up your god".
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The government has recommended that we now say bitheist.
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RayR wrote:
Am I supposed to take your bait Mr. Bad Troll?




You know... I just scrolled up...

I realized you were making glorious claims of Molech.

You're the troll here, not me... unless you actually believe in Molech!!!

Then I hope your right about Molech existing, and I hope Molech rapes you in the azz in the afterlife.

And I don't say that in angst or in hate, it's clearly what you want... You clearly have a thing for it.
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I never denied that I was trolling.
I only said that I am the good troll and you are the bad troll.that is always building straw men, and trying to put words in my mouth.

Now let's stop this nonsense of yours. How about those lizard people Ben?
I heard they want to ditch July 4th for that fake holiday, Juneteenth.
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RayR wrote:
I never denied that I was trolling.
I only said that I am the good troll and you are the bad troll.that is always building straw men, and trying to put words in my mouth.

Now let's stop this nonsense of yours. How about those lizard people Ben?
I heard they want to ditch July 4th for that fake holiday, Juneteenth.


I don't know... you're not a very good troll.

To be a good control, you have to be right a lot,...

or I guess it works if you're incessantly wrong as well...

Wait, I take that back... you're a good troll.
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To be a good troll is to be right a lot and make people really MAD about it.
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RayR wrote:
To be a good troll is to be right a lot and make people really MAD about it.


That's not you.

You're almost always wrong even if you might be partially right...

Your whole world view is just wrong.

You're the jester troll. Most of us shake our head and roll our eyes when your name comes up.

Who you influence here... DMV?

LOL...
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My boss told me to have a good day. So I went home.
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bgz wrote:
That's not you.

You're almost always wrong even if you might be partially right...

Your whole world view is just wrong.

You're the jester troll. Most of us shake our head and roll our eyes when your name comes up.

Who you influence here... DMV?

LOL...


See! There you go, yer saying that my trolling make you (and most like you?) MAD even when you admit I'm partially right in your estimation. That's what good trollin' is all about...making vaguely angry midwits MAD! jester jester jester jester
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RayR wrote:
See! There you go, yer saying that my trolling make you (and most like you?) MAD even when you admit I'm partially right in your estimation. That's what good trollin' is all about...making vaguely angry midwits MAD! jester jester jester jester


Uh no... again, you misinterpreted my words.

If you're interpreting people rolling their eyes as you as mad, you must p*ss people off a lot in real life (shocker!).

Anyway, I'm here messing with you... I can't be all that mad.

Just shows again how you are usually wrong.

In order to be wrong as much as you, you have to make a sh*t load of proclamations... much more than an ordinary human.

Do you really believe half the sh*t that spews out your index fingers?
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Don't be silly Ben. I know a MADMAN when I see one. The sure sign of a MADMAN is they always deny that they're MAD! Cursing
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But are they MAD or mad?
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If they are MADD, that is entirely different.
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RayR wrote:
Don't be silly Ben. I know a MADMAN when I see one. The sure sign of a MADMAN is they always deny that they're MAD! Cursing


No you
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Speyside2 wrote:
If they are MADD, that is entirely different.


Mothers Against Drunk Driving?
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RayR wrote:
Mothers Against Drunk Driving?


Birthing Persons.
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my 8 year old granddaughter is loving the Mad Libs books we gave her.
Lots of fart and poop words, as expected, but she forgives me every time
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Kids love that stuff... they all love the "pull my finger" game too!
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Ray, is there a single country that was anarchistic and succeeded?
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Speyside2 wrote:
Ray, is there a single country that was anarchistic and succeeded?


That's kind of a silly question, think about it. "Anarchism and "country"?
But regardless, like libertarianism, it already exists everywhere state power doesn’t.

"The answer is that every country has tried it and every country practices it to one extent or another. This is the reason we experience progress, enjoy wealth, and have access to things like longer lives, food to eat, cities, smartphones, financial markets, useful websites, shoes, clothes, and the like. It’s why we can mostly say what we want, fall in love and act on that, and do what we want in a general way provided we don’t hurt others. These conditions all flow from human volition using private property (including property in ourselves) that is exercised whenever and wherever it is permitted by the authorities. Government doesn’t create anything. It just takes stuff, overrides our preferences, and threatens us if we fail to comply. It has the same relationship to human liberty that a tick has to a dog. Just because ticks exist doesn’t mean that dogs aren’t real or are some untried experiment. Similarly, just because theft and murder exist doesn’t mean that we should not rather have a world in which they did not." - Jeffrey Tucker
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So call it whatever you want. You just said there are no regions in the world where anarchy has thrived at any point in time, yet alone for an extended period of time.

Now prove me wrong with statistics, facts, something tangible. If you go into your typical rambling rant with no factual basis you have proven yourself wrong.
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Speyside2 wrote:
Ray, is there a single country that was anarchistic and succeeded?


Israel comes to mind
Judges 17:6
In those days there was no king
"Everyman did what was right in his own eyes"

"10 shekels & a shirt"
A sermon by Paris Reidhead available on sermonindex.net
Paris Reidhead preaches what could be called one of the most influential sermons of the 20th century. The real point of this sermon is an indictment of individuals & organizations practising humanism behind a mask of Christianity! "This sermon should be preached on a regular basis in every church in America!"

https://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=282


But while cast pearls before swine let me say I appreciate all I've learned from Ray
Carry on
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Was not Melech Malchei HaMelachim their king? Come on man, there is only one place where what Ray speaks of works, and it is not on this earth where I am an alien.
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Dg west deptford wrote:

But while cast pearls before swine let me say I appreciate all I've learned from Ray
Carry on


Well, you fit his target audience... I see that.

Did you learn the true lessons?

Here they are:

Rule 1: make a lot of proclamations of how great you are and how you are always right.

Rule 2: pick an enemy, or 2, or 3 or 4 or, 100.

Rule 3: Demonize your enemies!!! Don't go soft here, make up stupid catchy names for them, accuse them of being rapists and cultists of Mullock or some sh*t.

Rule 4: Dig in deep, come up with awesome lies to tell about your enemies and tell them loud and often to anyone who will hear them.

Rule 5: Always play offense, if you answer a question, no matter how simple it is, you're on defense... and you don't want to play on defense... offense only!!! Attack!!!

Rule 6: Always deflect blame to someone else. Let's be real here... it was their fault and everyone knows it.

Rule 7: Once you hook em... really sink it in there. Really pound it in their head their head that you're the one on the right!!! Make sure they know that they shouldn't let anyone brainwash them... remember, you're the one with the true knowledge that needs to be shared, not those dipsh*ts at the library, or a school, or God forbid, a university.

Rule 8: Once you got them, and you know they are loyal, USE THAT SH*T. After all, you put in the work, they are now just mindless extensions of you. Reap the reward for that sh*t, make them do your dirty work.

Rule 9: Just a filler rule so we can have 10 rules... remember... Carlin was right, you always need 10 rules.

Rule 10: What ever you do, don't share these rules, if someone were to find out about them, then... well, the rules wouldn't be as effective.

Oops, did I just share the rules?
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