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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Thu Nov 25, 2021 11:44 am

If dogs could talk, then they would be overjoyed to brag to humans, that they are smarter than Sculptor.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby obsrvr524 » Thu Nov 25, 2021 1:29 pm

promethean75 wrote:"And then, Pfizer is the most dominant MSM funder"

https://www.thedailybeast.com/how-vacci ... x-insanity

*gasp*

That Daily Beast article is pure flubbery.
  • Of course drug companies are going to put ads in front of consumers resisting the most.
    "Biden administration is taking a backdoor approach in combating the network’s vaccine misinformation by paying to run PSA ads from the Department of Health and Human Services during Fox’s broadcasts." - Biden PAYING Fox News
  • Fox and others are very Anti-Mandate (not Anti-Vax).
  • Of Course Fox allows both sides to give their speech - that is their job (unlike MSM).
Propaganda outlets always only tell one side (one of the ways that clue you in to who is lying most - MSNBC, CNN = radical liars).


When it comes to where countries might choose to divide in the future - if that occurs (James proposed that it will after a globalist attempt) - I think the divides will be related to resources. Those controlling the resources (drugs - oil - minerals ---) will very strongly hold onto their property and have the clout to be able to do so.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Thu Nov 25, 2021 3:54 pm

I called it, didn't take more than a day for them to start memory-holing Waukesha.

Nick Fuentes echoes this thread exactly:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/GGB0ntUR5TWG/
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Gloominary » Fri Nov 26, 2021 11:56 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:Here is my main message to everybody, but especially to Gloom...

The US "Deep State" or The Establishment has changed its loyalty, no longer serves nor protects "The American People", but rather is loyal and subservient to their Benefactors at the Davos Group. Why? Because the Globalists fund US political campaigns TWO TO ONE the rate of public funding. This aligns Congressmen, Senators, and especially the President, along with Federal Agencies, to foreign interests. This is why, since 2001 and the Bush Administration, an exponential shift has occurred, to where "The Establishment" becomes more and more willing to risk the safety and security of its own citizens, for private monetary gains of the Bureaucrats, who will not pay the price for their mistakes, will not be identified by the MSM, and will never be held accountable for their corruption.

Good points.

While the US of course always had its share of corruption like any nation, it began accelerating when Woodrow Wilson let the private federal reserve takeover all the way back in 1913.

Up until 1965, America's immigration policy was designed to keep it majority white, and I believe nonwhites aside from African Americans couldn't vote or run for office, correct me if I'm wrong.
While every race has its pluses and minuses, I'm not a white supremacist, unmitigated diversity is a weakness, not a strength.
Just look at Yugoslavia, how it balkanized (where the term comes from) along ethnic and religious lines.
To this day ethnic and religious groups are still fighting one another there (Kosovans, Serbs).
Or northern Ireland, Irish Catholics and British protestants, conflicts of interest between English Canadians, French Canadians and I could go on.
If people have little-nothing in common, racially, ethnically, culturally, ideologically, ultimately only a strongman, a dictator will be able to keep them together.

Is it any wonder America is so divided?
It hasn't been this divided since the civil war, which, mind you, was over race, at least in large part, among other cultural and ideological differences between North and South.
The North was communitarian and progressive leaning, wanting to 'reform' and 'improve' Americans in all sorts of ways, from abolitionism and feminism to prohibitionism, they also wanted higher taxes, more borrowing and spending, whereas the south was more libertarian, and conservative leaning.
Back then democrats were conservatarian leaning and reps communitarian and progressive leaning, the opposite of today, dems were popular in the South and reps in the Northeast.

And it's not just America, divisions are growing all over the western world.
What's worse, while some of these divisions are organic, the globalists are exacerbating and manufacturing many of them, they want to see us more divided so they can bring in their globalist dictatorship.

So you've got Woodrow Wilson's federal reserve act in 1913, LBJ's immigration act in 1965.

While some conservatives criticize Teddy Roosevelt's socialist square deal and FDR's new deal, as you know I think social democracy, a synthesis of fiscal progressivism and classical liberalism, is a good thing when done right.

A lot of people on the left, and even some on the right like the Pauls (Ron and Rand) criticize Reaganism in practice.
Reaganism in theory was suppose to be less Keynesianism, more right-libertarianism, but in reality Reagan outspent his predecessor Jimmy Carter many times over.
While he cut taxes, and spending on the lower classes, he increased borrowing, and spending on corporations and the military.

In my estimation Reagan, HW and Clinton were bad, W and Obama with their fake 'war on terror', patriot acts and wall street bailouts were worse, and of course Biden, aside from withdrawing from Afghanistan, is absolute shit (covid tyranny, inflation, supply chain breakdowns, open borders, detaining Jan 6th protestors/rioters without charge, war on nationalists/patriots, didn't lift a finger to help the working class like he swore he would, not to mention he's a demented degenerate), the worst president since Woodrow Wilson.
Trump was the only halfway decent president in my lifetime.
While he claimed to admire Regan, his national populist protectionism and lack of war mongering was quite a departure.
I should add many parallel developments occurred in Canada, Britain and Australia I don't have the energy to go into.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 12:18 am

I'll add this real quick and add more depth later...

It seems obvious right now that the Benefactors and Patricians of Biden, the White House, and the majority DNC party, are surprised and shocked about how incompetent their political puppets are operating. I think they're surprised about how poorly their interests are being driven. Biden already has many political defeats, and I'm guessing John Kerry was behind the botched Afghan surrender. It reeks of incompetence. I imagine that the Globalists wanted things done much differently, and are now panicked how quickly their opportunities are slipping away. This analysis could be mistaken, but, most of Biden's Administration is failing, symbolic of his severely degenerated cognitive state, his Dementia, which was obvious since 2019.

They may not succeed, given how rapidly the younger generations are waking-up to their bullshit and lies on Alternative Media, which they have difficulty controlling. The shift-away from MSM is apparent in the youth, meanwhile they still have a stranglehold* on the 'Boomer' older retires who consume MSDNC and CNN ...Fox still dominates the Religious-Right and Conservatives, but as we've discussed, they are not actually to the "Right". They merely shift the Overton Window further Left. More later...
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Gloominary » Sat Nov 27, 2021 12:43 am

And it was Reagan who allowed millions of American manufacturing/union jobs to be shipped overseas to places like China and Mexico.
In some ways Trump's presidency was an attempt to undo some of the damage Reaganomics had done.
Remember Reagan was an actor.
You brought up Rome a little earlier.
For Romans, actors shared the same status with drug dealers and prostitutes.
The thought of making an actor consul would've been a bad joke to them.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Gloominary » Sat Nov 27, 2021 1:15 am

Here's an interesting article that has some bearing on our discussion:

https://occidentaldissent.com/2021/11/25/politico-when-people-thought-the-first-thanksgiving-was-too-woke/

Politico: When People Thought The First Thanksgiving Was Too Woke

“Reflecting the sharp polarization in national politics, many Democrats and peace proponents refused to acknowledge the president’s proclamation of the new holiday, and some even denounced it as an attempt to impose a particular brand of New England fanaticism on the whole country. Lincoln’s proclamation unleashed the social resentments of many voters who resisted the growing influence of evangelical churches and the concurrent growth of social reform movements — from abolitionism and temperance to Sabbatarianism and women’s rights.

To borrow from today’s political lexicon, Lincoln’s opponents nursed an intense dislike of that era’s “wokeness.” Back then, they called it “ism” — referring to the set of religious social reform movements of the day that sought to refashion the nation’s social and political systems in line with evangelical Protestant sensibilities. These critics recoiled at the pace of social change that these movements represented and resented the suggestion that they think or pray a certain way. Conversely, many Republicans greeted the president’s proclamation as a sign that the government in Washington embraced their worldview. The controversy over the first annual national Thanksgiving is a useful reminder that Americans have long argued over religion and culture, and that topics seemingly disconnected from politics can take on unexpected meaning in moments of rancor and disunity. …

But there was more to it. For years, many Southerners and pro-slavery Northerners had pilloried the Republican Party as an organization of religious fanatics bound by a commitment to extreme and even (for the time) zany evangelical reform movements — in the words of Sen. Stephen Douglas of Illinois, “the black republican army is an allied army, composed of Know Nothings, Abolitionists, Free Soilers, Maine Liquor Law men, woman’s rights men, Anti-renters, Anti-Masons, and all the isms that have been sloughed off from all the honest parties in the country.” While some of these movements strike the modern reader as incongruous, in the antebellum era, some of the strongest advocates of abolition and women’s rights also wanted to restrict immigration and impose sobriety on a nation of heavy drinkers. Race — the debate over slavery and abolition — was always at the center of the political debate. But it intersected with a broader array of cultural concerns.

In the same way that some Americans today lump their cultural resentments under the banner of “wokeness,” many conservatives in Lincoln’s day decried the Republican Party’s affinity for “isms” — “an abolition conglomerate of all the isms at war with the rights of the States,” “all the isms … combined in the superlative ism, which I denounce as demonism, ” as Gov. Henry Wise of Virginia stated the case. George Fitzhugh, a leading Southern polemicist before the war, echoed Douglas when he denounced the “Bloomers and Women’s Rights men,” the “I vote myself a farm men,” the “Millerites, and Spiritual Rappers, and Shakers, and Widow Wakemanites, and Agrarians, and Grahamites, and a thousand other superstitious and infidel isms.” …

It became increasingly popular for administration critics to lump the offending religious reform movements under the moniker of “Puritanism,” given the central role that New England played in organized abolitionism. It made little difference that Puritanism bore nothing in common with evangelical Christianity, either intellectually or theologically. By 1863, the term had become a political descriptor, devoid of its original meaning. The Republican Party, as one Confederate political cartoonist portrayed it, was built on the foundation of “PURITANISM,” supported by pillars that included “WITCH BURNING,” “SOCIALISM,” “FREE LOVE,” “SPIRIT RAPPING,” “RATIONALISM” and “NEGRO WORSHIP.”

As Americans sit down to their holiday meal this Thursday, we remain steeped in a debate over “isms“ — “wokeness” — “political correctness.” Just as it was with “Puritanism” in 1863, in today’s political landscape, the actual meaning of terms like “critical race theory” is less important than what such terms symbolize to many people who are unnerved by the pace of social change in American society, and, conversely, to those who welcome it. …”
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Peter Kropotkin » Sat Nov 27, 2021 3:16 am

Gloominary wrote:Here's an interesting article that has some bearing on our discussion:

https://occidentaldissent.com/2021/11/25/politico-when-people-thought-the-first-thanksgiving-was-too-woke/

Politico: When People Thought The First Thanksgiving Was Too Woke

“Reflecting the sharp polarization in national politics, many Democrats and peace proponents refused to acknowledge the president’s proclamation of the new holiday, and some even denounced it as an attempt to impose a particular brand of New England fanaticism on the whole country. Lincoln’s proclamation unleashed the social resentments of many voters who resisted the growing influence of evangelical churches and the concurrent growth of social reform movements — from abolitionism and temperance to Sabbatarianism and women’s rights.

To borrow from today’s political lexicon, Lincoln’s opponents nursed an intense dislike of that era’s “wokeness.” Back then, they called it “ism” — referring to the set of religious social reform movements of the day that sought to refashion the nation’s social and political systems in line with evangelical Protestant sensibilities. These critics recoiled at the pace of social change that these movements represented and resented the suggestion that they think or pray a certain way. Conversely, many Republicans greeted the president’s proclamation as a sign that the government in Washington embraced their worldview. The controversy over the first annual national Thanksgiving is a useful reminder that Americans have long argued over religion and culture, and that topics seemingly disconnected from politics can take on unexpected meaning in moments of rancor and disunity. …

But there was more to it. For years, many Southerners and pro-slavery Northerners had pilloried the Republican Party as an organization of religious fanatics bound by a commitment to extreme and even (for the time) zany evangelical reform movements — in the words of Sen. Stephen Douglas of Illinois, “the black republican army is an allied army, composed of Know Nothings, Abolitionists, Free Soilers, Maine Liquor Law men, woman’s rights men, Anti-renters, Anti-Masons, and all the isms that have been sloughed off from all the honest parties in the country.” While some of these movements strike the modern reader as incongruous, in the antebellum era, some of the strongest advocates of abolition and women’s rights also wanted to restrict immigration and impose sobriety on a nation of heavy drinkers. Race — the debate over slavery and abolition — was always at the center of the political debate. But it intersected with a broader array of cultural concerns.

In the same way that some Americans today lump their cultural resentments under the banner of “wokeness,” many conservatives in Lincoln’s day decried the Republican Party’s affinity for “isms” — “an abolition conglomerate of all the isms at war with the rights of the States,” “all the isms … combined in the superlative ism, which I denounce as demonism, ” as Gov. Henry Wise of Virginia stated the case. George Fitzhugh, a leading Southern polemicist before the war, echoed Douglas when he denounced the “Bloomers and Women’s Rights men,” the “I vote myself a farm men,” the “Millerites, and Spiritual Rappers, and Shakers, and Widow Wakemanites, and Agrarians, and Grahamites, and a thousand other superstitious and infidel isms.” …

It became increasingly popular for administration critics to lump the offending religious reform movements under the moniker of “Puritanism,” given the central role that New England played in organized abolitionism. It made little difference that Puritanism bore nothing in common with evangelical Christianity, either intellectually or theologically. By 1863, the term had become a political descriptor, devoid of its original meaning. The Republican Party, as one Confederate political cartoonist portrayed it, was built on the foundation of “PURITANISM,” supported by pillars that included “WITCH BURNING,” “SOCIALISM,” “FREE LOVE,” “SPIRIT RAPPING,” “RATIONALISM” and “NEGRO WORSHIP.”

As Americans sit down to their holiday meal this Thursday, we remain steeped in a debate over “isms“ — “wokeness” — “political correctness.” Just as it was with “Puritanism” in 1863, in today’s political landscape, the actual meaning of terms like “critical race theory” is less important than what such terms symbolize to many people who are unnerved by the pace of social change in American society, and, conversely, to those who welcome it. …”


K: so, I had never heard of "Occendental dissent" so, as is my habit, I researched it...
one Brad Griffens is the blogger who does it... it is quite clearly racist, bigoted
and especially "antisemitic" .... and I am sure those young clueless kids love it...

it has nothing to offer to anybody capable of thinking, but here is the
interesting thing about this website... Mr. Griffens has multiple times
change course during his short time being active... he was for Charlottesville
until he wasn't... he was against IQ45 until he was for him... he was against
attacking Jews until he was for it... one reading this blog will get whiplash
because he changes course so often.... for something and then against,
against and then for....

this is typical of a young kid still learning things....and then changing his mind.....
and in reading him, one gets the feeling he is passionate about something,
but he really doesn't have enough information to make a judgement about
that something.... in a word... he is young and he will learn....
like several young kids here.... he will learn and change his mind.....

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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Ecmandu » Sat Nov 27, 2021 4:01 am

Peter,

Enjoy your ignorant explorations.

I’m the one giving it to you.

You do not have the capacity to run this world.

You do not have the capacity to run existence.

You think about trivial shit.

You’re being fed gerbers baby food from the perspective of the cosmos.

You have no fucking clue what you’re talking about.

You think iambiguous is your salvation? Iambiguous isn’t dumb enough to take moral stances as a ‘moral nihilist’.

He should, but that’s not the point.

The point is, you don’t have an argument.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 1:29 pm

Gloominary wrote:And it was Reagan who allowed millions of American manufacturing/union jobs to be shipped overseas to places like China and Mexico.
In some ways Trump's presidency was an attempt to undo some of the damage Reaganomics had done.
Remember Reagan was an actor.
You brought up Rome a little earlier.
For Romans, actors shared the same status with drug dealers and prostitutes.
The thought of making an actor consul would've been a bad joke to them.

USA has a very short history, as a post-Colonial nation. The thing about Rome, Egypt, and the Crescent Valley, those areas had centuries of 'Pre-History' cultural advancement and tribal solidarity. The Old World is built on deeper ethnic & racial roots than the New World, which are essentially transplants. The 'racial' development during Colonialism, and after to now, Post-Colonialism, is very important to recognize and accept. Because the Anglos and Spaniards were dominating travel, exploration, and settling of the Americas, their ethnic delineations were generalized into "Whiteness" in order to incorporate more fellow-Europeans, while severely outnumbered by the American Native peoples (who themselves came from East Asia/Mongolia thousands of years beforehand). And, of course, Spaniards took the approach of freely 'mixing' with the Natives (Aztecs in Mexico) while the Anglos in Eastern USA did not and excluded them. These also aligned with their religious views, Anglo-Puritanism vs Spanish Catholicism, the latter being far more 'inclusive' to foreign ethnicities and races. Catholics have always included foreigners who convert and become Baptized.

The Civil War also included a dominant Ethnic rivalry between Anglos (Northers/Yanks) and Saxons (Southerners). Saxon peoples are more 'Clan'/tribal oriented, and so their demand for "States' Rights" to Supersede those of a Federal government, is common sense to them. Anglos, representing their British Monarchic tendencies, demanded Federalism -- also to assert control and dominion over the extensively profitable Southern tobacco and cotton farming, which was making the South very wealthy. The wealth of the Southern states was surpassing the industrialization of the North, which essentially created the climate for two disjunctive societies and cultures to form, essentially two different countries. Moral philosophers, not only in the United States, but around the world, along with disputes in the Christian faith, renounced the repugnancy of Slavery altogether. They, wisely, demanded a 'Free' society in the Western Hemisphere. People who focus on Slavery-only as cause for war, miss the other dominant factors that lined it up.

Now, the case for 'Freedom' is again thrust to the forefront. Most across the world idealize USA as a "free" country. But this creates ire in the 'Globalist' sense, who want to dominate and control all countries and governments in the world, to their favor. A 'Free' country or society, is a direct threat, to any global Autocracy that wishes to form. Now, in 2021, USA has created too many enemies foreign and domestic, which is really the subject matter of the last 10 years. I believe I've mentioned this to you before, but the 2012 bill that Obama passed, to allow the Federal government to use CIA Psyop campaigns against the United States population, is spiraling out of control.

To whom does the US government now serve loyalty and fealty to ...its own people? Or those who pay and fund politicians by a 2-to-1 favor?? Domestic interests, or, foreign??

The answer is apparent in Hunter and Joe Biden's corruption and $1 billion bribe dealing in China. This signals a fatal end to US Sovereignty unless violently checked by US Patriots. USA is under threat of being captured and destroyed, some would argue that it is already captured, and it is a reasonable argument to make at this point...
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Peter Kropotkin » Sat Nov 27, 2021 4:51 pm

I love it when non-American's explain America to actual American's.....

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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 4:57 pm

Born and raised Murican, Commie retard.

As per usual, you make a complete fool of yourself.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Peter Kropotkin » Sat Nov 27, 2021 5:26 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:Born and raised Murican, Commie retard.

As per usual, you make a complete fool of yourself.


K: You have already admitted to being from somewhere else...
I can't remember which, either Russia or more likely from Australia...

being dishonest about this basic fact means you can't be trusted
to tell the truth about anything....

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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 5:28 pm

It's obvious that you have the reasoning level of a 12-year-old, and belong in Middle School.

You may leave now, the grown-ups are talking. Return to the kid's table.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Peter Kropotkin » Sat Nov 27, 2021 6:14 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:It's obvious that you have the reasoning level of a 12-year-old, and belong in Middle School.

You may leave now, the grown-ups are talking. Return to the kid's table.


K: this is what a liar says when they have been caught lying....you have
already admitted it....why still lie about it? OH YAH, you can't because
to do so will show us what a liar you are....

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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 6:33 pm

Would you go cry elsewhere? Nobody cares about your opinions. Come back when you have something to say.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 6:37 pm

It's always humorous when those without persuasive, informative, or even interesting arguments,
Believe that others care about their opinions. Entitlement only a Socialist/Communist can have...

Adult babies.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 7:03 pm

While wasting time with entitled commies, the US is being looted and ransacked, and when the money is gone -- they (Davos Group) will collapse the US society:

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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Peter Kropotkin » Sat Nov 27, 2021 7:32 pm

[quote="Urwrongx1000"]While wasting time with entitled commies, the US is being looted and ransacked, and when the money is gone -- they (Davos Group) will collapse the US society:

K: there is no value in collapsing the U.S economy...it does nothing outside of
laying waste to the largest economy in the world.....it makes no sense of any kind...
but that is par for the course for you.. making no sense whatsoever...

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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sat Nov 27, 2021 8:22 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:It's obvious that you have the reasoning level of a 12-year-old, and belong in Middle School.

You may leave now, the grown-ups are talking. Return to the kid's table.



this about this post for a moment. this is like something that a 12 year old would say.
You see...a pimp's love is very different from that of a square.


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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 10:42 pm

You're not any better.

Spamming discussions with drivel, because you don't have anything to add, is pedantic.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 10:43 pm

Peter Kropotkin wrote:K: there is no value in collapsing the U.S economy...

Kropotkin

This only proves that you don't understand that America has enemies, and, that you are one of them.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Peter Kropotkin » Sat Nov 27, 2021 10:51 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:
Peter Kropotkin wrote:K: there is no value in collapsing the U.S economy...

Kropotkin

This only proves that you don't understand that America has enemies, and, that you are one of them.


K: ahhhh, you have gone with the "you don't understand" trope.... unless you explain it
to me, I will never understand....so, how does collapsing the U.S economy benefit anyone?
especially those "conspiracy groups'' you so often mention? Please use simple words so
even us "commies" understand...

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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 11:41 pm

Understanding implies you actually read, which you don't.

Like how you can't even quote who you're talking to, again, because you can't tell the difference.

You, like piguous, have proven for years on this forum that you cannot hold a simple conversation with anyone, even with those who theoretically agree with you, although I've yet to see anybody actually do so. So if you can't hold an interesting conversation with those you agree with, what makes anybody believe you can hold an argument against those you don't?


But, this is diversion. You are interrupting a conversation that doesn't involve you. Tip, if you do feel the need to butt into other people's conversations, at least pretend to understand and have a relevant point, for or against the topic at hand.
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Re: America needs HATE if it is to survive.

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 11:47 pm

How can anybody hate America?

Says the one who openly advocates policies which destroy this country, gaslighting at its finest.

This is also why domestic enemies are worse than foreign ones. Because at least foreign enemies have political lines to cross and clear identities to acknowledge.



The main problem with Leftists-Liberals-Marxists-Communist invaders, is that they infiltrate US borders, and then believe the world owes them a favor.

That's not how politics works. And even a 20-year-old learns that the world does not revolve around him/her. Strangers do not need to prove themselves to you.

That is the Entitlement Complex, which serves as the foundation to Socialists, infants, babies, and children believing the world caters to them.

Not that you must cater to the world, or life that is larger than you.
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