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Redjack
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Iowa
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M1919A2
Read the book.

Billington ties it rather neatly into our current ruling class.

And to assume that the US is NOT influenced by Europe is amusing. The American Revolution was not sprung ex nihlo. It came from Enlightenment ideas and radical exiles FROM Europe.

The people of the time knew this.
Ebt
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Just imagine one of the biggest dufuses back in high school. Didn't play any sports, any girl that looked at him would say "gross". Spent all day on a computer, perhaps a video game.

Now as fortune would have it, just imagine that person became insanely rich and powerful and could shape the world. Yet he's still a social misfit.

What kind world would he shape? A Bill Gates world, or an Amazon Warehouse. No social activity, no freedom...perfect!

So we have to fight back big-time. There is no choice.
Whitehat
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Incept: 2017-06-27

Gone West
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Yes Redjack, and just imagine how that fear escalates as we get further up the so called food chain. When people have a common culture and values, they create a constitutional republic and protect the basic rights of all communities even if each a little different. We lost our core which was equal standing under the law and the same natural rights regardless of position in life. I do know of what you speak from my real community days. People cared about each other. We let too many agendas into the country. This is all part of the communist plan to flood free countries with so many diverse groups that trust is lowered to the point that only hard-line government tyranny and large concerns such as big business are necessary to dominate the people who are too dysfunctional to mind themselves or help their neighbors. It is an Asiatic model.

@M1919a2 -- you know what is interesting? There are times when someone here disagrees with me as well as any other person posting. Only the g-d knows, but most of the time when someone disagrees with me i upvote as thanks for taking an interest and spending the time to ponder my particular post. This is even if i am going back and forth with the person sharing thoughts as most here probably observe it is very seldom that i am rude. I am stingy with my downvotes, very rare. Only once did someone wrongly describe something i wrote as smacking down another member. I should have said something immediately, but did not get to it. Consistency of behavior being what it is, he got banned shortly thereafter. the g-d works in mysterious ways.

i could intellectually discuss what your criticism is of my particular posting, however not that your downvote offends me as they are anonymous. It is your gloating over the fact that you did it. **** you and have a nice day.

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Keeping the underground economy keeps the peace and allows rebellious elements to protest their condition without actually protesting the government.

What were you doing over the years as your children's future was being destroyed? Do not expect them to fix your mistakes or tolerate you for them.
Gauntlet33
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@WhiteHat: "Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmers Residence Getting $1.1 Million in Security Including an 8-Foot Tall Fence"

Here in CA, building more than a 6-foot fence is against Building and Safety Code. I just wonder if "Whitler" got an exemption or variance...

It would also be interesting to see if Whitler has taken a public / open stance against guns and if so, to find out via a FOIA request, if she in fact has any firearms registered in her name. Would love to do that for all 50 governors to start with and then work my way down on the mayors of the 100 biggest cities.
Tickerguy
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Only pistols have to be registered in MI.

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If you will not force justice to be done by any means necessary when over 100,000 are murdered by political hacks from both parties do not complain or expect my help when you or someone you love dies at their hand. -- Me
Mangymutt
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Only pistols have to be registered in MI.


It is a shame that those need to be registered, but when all is said and done America should have a MUCH better understanding of why "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." and perhaps even re-write our constitution to make that Number One, followed by freedom of speech.

Australia would be in a much different position if they still had their fire arms.

Yea trust your government and the un-elected psychopaths and see where that gets you when you do not have means to defend your self and your family.

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Wayiwalk
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Incept: 2016-11-09

New Yersey
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Responding to the person who asked about western NC. I have a good childhood friend who has been in the Asheville area for almost 20 years. He said the last 10 has seen the city turn really really liberal, in the worst way.

Recently, the city voted to give reparations.

Of course, it is a "city" and that is common to have far left etc in town, but there really was a takeover in the gov't in the last 10 years apparently. I think the city dominates the county, so it reflects a trend to blue that is state-wide.

For what it's worth, his get out of dodge location on many acres is in eastern TN. Low taxes, lots of space, and whether or not the values there are "conservative", they are founded in common sense take care of yourself and be kind to others, and if not that, keep to yourself. He's taken the time over the last 10 years to get to know his neighbors there well, even though it is not his primary residence.

Hopefully going to visit him and another childhood buddy later this month, he will have us set up to do some basic target practice with cheap still available ammo and also some skeet shooting for fun! I look forward to that.

And, I am very lucky. Two of my five closest friends (and they are both from my childhood) are prepper types who are ready for the sh!tification of America, lots of good lessons learned from them. The curve ball in all of that is that we are all from Long Island, NY, not the place folks usually associate with an old fashioned value system of trying to be self reliant and valuing the constitution but maybe that is why we all left the island and have stayed close.

I routinely share market ticker articles with them, but in their case, it's preaching to the choir.

Now if I could just get my dam butt out of NJ (only a different flavor of terrible from NY). I'm headed to south east TN, as I have a work opportunity there starting next fall, assuming things don't totally fall apart before then.
Greenacr
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@ Whitehat "The closer to the top, the more isolated and fearful and out of touch with people."

This also applies to the corporate world as well. The more senior the level of management the worse it gets. Does make it easy to stick the employees with no pay raises or increased benefits costs as even "if" it applies to themselves it is no big deal. No clue about the stiff working on the manufacturing line with three kids at home.
Gauntlet33
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@Wayiwalk, thanks for the response. I was the one who asked about moving to NC, but TN is also my contender (maybe first choice). Either way, I would be in the rural parts (if I do move), so I personally wouldn't be worried if I lived an hour or two from Asheville -- other than the loneliness from being so isolated as I love socializing. Also, your post just goes to show that there's a lot of people still stuck in the cities who are not dependent, lefty communists and who are looking to get out, but are otherwise stuck for other reasons. Anyway, thanks for posting.
Stuftea
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I certainly have no disagreement with anything in the video. However, in the "not so great" state of Washington with a governor mandated mask policy all customers entering a business must wear a mask or risk having their business shut down when a screaming karen type turns them in. Cross over the state line into Idaho there is a mask policy but nobody seems to really care. When I've asked about whether or not a mask is required the reply is mostly that it is personal choice. There have been a few news stories that Washington State is putting pressure on Idaho to be more strict with the mask policy apparently without much success. Blue state vs red state. Not much of a shock that Washington residents, when given the opportunity, cross over into Idaho and support businesses there leaving businesses in Washington with no other option but to watch it happen.
Gonewest
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Which is exactly how things are supposed to work in a republican form of government.

If Washingtons government, and its residents, support policies that members of the public dont like, they vote with their feet and wallets and go to a state more to their liking.

Screw Stick-it-Inslee
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