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Yep. So what?

If you don't have anything to contribute please refrain from posting.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Britain's Pedo Prince
« on: January 23, 2022, 11:21:44 PM »

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: January 23, 2022, 09:43:45 PM »
Dr. Fauci says you may need to get a fourth jab soon.


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 02:13:14 AM »
No... its not.
mental illness is a styigma.  If someone has say... Bipolar disorder, and you tell them "Its not ok that you have bipolar.  You should stop being bipolar" well... that's terrible advice.  But accepting that they have Bipolar and that it's ok they have it, and encouraging them to get help is also good.

"It's okay to be bi-polar... but also... it's not, get help."

I'm sure you are an excellent authority figure for children.

Indeed you will find that it’s beneficial to one’s mental health not to shame them for things out of their control. Once your algorithm progresses you will understand.

I actually didn't say anything about shaming them.

Dave could simply say: "You're bi-polar? I grew up with several mental conditions myself, probably worse than you. Psychotherapy was a big help for me. You should ask your parents."

No need to lie to them.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 12:52:38 AM »
No... its not.
mental illness is a styigma.  If someone has say... Bipolar disorder, and you tell them "Its not ok that you have bipolar.  You should stop being bipolar" well... that's terrible advice.  But accepting that they have Bipolar and that it's ok they have it, and encouraging them to get help is also good.

"It's okay to be bi-polar... but also... it's not, get help."

I'm sure you are an excellent authority figure for children.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Britain's Pedo Prince
« on: January 22, 2022, 10:33:31 PM »
How not surprising that the prince likes teddy bears as well.

https://people.com/royals/prince-andrew-teddy-bear-collection-routine/


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 22, 2022, 08:58:41 PM »
Not "You don't need to get help" but "Its ok to be sick if you're sick."

That's terrible advice for people who are sick.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 22, 2022, 07:52:38 PM »
LGBT+ includes a wide range of behaviors and is simply not settled science. Schoolteachers are not qualified to tell children that being asexual is normal. It may be related to health conditions, lack of nutrition, experience, or poor environment.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 22, 2022, 07:31:19 PM »
The constitution doesn't say anything about this. It leaves education up to the states to decide, and this one did.

Sex Ed is already optional in most public schools. Parents can choose to opt out on a form to approve sex ed for their children and they won't be put into those courses. I don't see how this LGBT+ education is any different than Sex Ed.

I would prefer that school teachers not try to brainwash children into thinking what may be an arguable mental disorder for some people is normal. Obviously their goal is to normalize it, not just to inform and educate. If their goal was really education they would save it for later years. But no, it needs to be forced onto young children as well.

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Listen to yourself. If the shoe were on the other foot you would be calling out the questionable nature of the Republican president's son. Don't even lie.

At least be honest and tell us that you don't care, that he's on your side so it's okay, or however you really feel. That's infinitely better than lying to yourself and everyone else by pretending to have morals.

I’m not so stupid as to think that the corruption of Trump’s children should be blamed on him. Stop projecting your weird North Korean mentality on to me. Instead think about how in 6+ years how you have never found any decision Trump has made to be lacking and how that shows a distinct flaw in your critical faculty.

Yeah, I am sure if Trump's son was corruptly receiving millions of dollars from foreign countries while Trump was president, you would jump up and down and insist that Trump being president had nothing to do with it.

"Who cares who the 'big guy' is. If foreign countries want to give a president's son money they have that right!" - Rama Set assuredly

If Trump's son then transitioned his career to artist and was selling artwork for hundreds of thousands of dollars while Trump was president you also would have no problem with it. People just really want to give a new crack addict artist large amounts of money.  ::)

You are just blatantly lying now.

Nancy Pelosi made millions while in Congress and makes better returns on stock trades than Warren Buffet. I don't see lefties calling her corrupt. The criticism for that comes from the right, not the left. The left generally ignores it.

literal lol. it's genuinely adorable that you think this is true.

Here's an economist saying it - https://www.independent.org/aboutus/person_detail.asp?id=383

https://www.foxbusiness.com/kudlow/kudlow-nancy-pelosi-trading

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I'm extremely worried this evening over a 1% drop in the tech-heavy NASDAQ Index. Why this sudden concern? Because it may do great damage to Nancy Pelosi's almost perfect investment track record.

You may have read that one website has already nominated her as the 2021 Wall Street trader of the year. In fact, reading jacobinmag.com – which I'm told is a left-wing outfit – nonetheless, they have a fabulous story about Ms. Pelosi and her trading acumen.

The Gordon Gekko of the New York Stock Exchange. The oracle of Omaha is dead. Long live the Queen of Stocks.  According to reports, she and her husband Paul Pelosi have traded over $50 million in assets over the past year with annualized returns at 69% as of October, according to an estimate from the Nancy Pelosi portfolio tracker.

That's higher than Buffett, George Soros, Cathy Wood, and other star investors. Apparently, the Pelosi portfolio beat the S&P 500 by 4.9 percent in 2019 and a big 14.3 percent gain in 2020, according to an outfit called FinePrint. Ms. Pelosi is becoming a cult figure among stock investors.

I'll wait for you to find an economist who says otherwise.

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Thanks for demonstrating my point. Now you are suggesting that Hunter was doing corrupt things with foreign countries, receiving large sums of money, and that it had nothing to do with his father who was running policy on those countries as VP at the time. Completely disingenuous.

So you literally want Biden to be guilty because of his son’s actions. Fascinating.

Listen to yourself. If the shoe were on the other foot you would be calling out the questionable nature of the Republican president's son. Don't even lie.

At least be honest and tell us that you don't care, that he's on your side so it's okay, or however you really feel. That's infinitely better than lying to yourself and everyone else by pretending to have morals.

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Thanks for demonstrating my point. Now you are suggesting that Hunter was doing corrupt things with foreign countries, receiving large sums of money, and that it had nothing to do with his father who was running policy on those countries as VP at the time. Completely disingenuous.

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Hilariously dumb take from you considering the lefties here have each criticized Biden in his first year more than you criticized Trump ever.

No, not really. Lefties don't call him corrupt. I don't see them participating in questioning Joe Biden actions in Ukraine, pay-for-play, the shady actions of his son, etc. They literally ignore it.

Nancy Pelosi made millions while in Congress and makes better returns on stock trades than Warren Buffet. I don't see lefties calling her corrupt. The criticism for that comes from the right, not the left. The left generally ignores it.

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Righties will say he just made a gaffe.

Actually the popular position on the right is not to give a flying flip about defending McConnel. Most lifetime politicians are rotten and corrupt regardless of political affiliation. Many on the right would be happy to see McConnel removed from office for his transgressions, as well as many others in Congress. Hence the derogatory term RINO. The right even accuses them of participating in the election fraud.

The slight difference here is the Left is disingenuous and generally defends or turns a blind eye to their corrupt politicians. The discussions almost always turn into a "Yeah, but look at this other corrupt politician", like you think I like corruption of any party.  ::)

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« on: January 19, 2022, 06:45:34 AM »
I don't think that version of it will happen, no.

Even if the VAERS deaths were entirely accidental and not deliberate, I doubt they would care, so long as Pfizer can push more vaccines, Amazon can ship more boxes, and they can continue the mass mail-in-voting.  If you get injured it's still your own folly for taking it, and its still a test against you, deliberate or not.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« on: January 18, 2022, 11:22:11 PM »
I'm not doing anything to prepare.

If the world elites really wanted to put their resources into making us dead they could simply put the poison into existing drugs without our knowledge, into our food, into the water, or perhaps the air, and manipulate the governments to ignore it. It could all be done in a less visible and more underhanded way. It is possible that they are doing this as well; but I tend to believe that our rulers are cruel, yet benevolent, and make it possible for you to choose your own fate. If you want to smoke cigarettes, the information is available to you and you are allowed know the risks to the best of humanity's ability to determine it. That is your choice to make.

Clearly, in a cull, you don't kill everything, and want the best to survive. If this is some sort of cull, Covid vaccination is a test of intelligence, to which people may escape the propaganda and media hype by simply not taking the vaccines. While there is some social media censoring on a private level, there is no governmental legal effort going into eliminating the voice or research of the vaccine critics, even though not all countries have strong freedom of speech laws. The information is out there and circulating, available for people to decide for themselves. The situation is that you knew it was rushed and experimental, you knew there might be risk and that it involved novel genetic manipulation methods, but you did it anyway based on hype and fear mongering, so any injury you get is your own fault by design.

The Covid vaccines will never be truly mandated and enforced by the government, as they are doing it through illegal decree, and will always get swatted down by the court systems at the last moment. They could do it the proper legal way through the legal process if they wanted to but it's generally not attempted. In the US the Whitehouse is pushing vaccination by executive decree, while Congress is not making much effort to do it via law (on purpose, IMO).

Per breakdown of the economy, society is set up in a way in which it is too big to fail, so it won't. The central banks will always step in to bail out the banks, erase debt, radically transform the conceptual nature of currency if necessary, as they already have done to the dollar over the years. The existence of the police and the military and intelligence agencies prevents the possibility of any real violent revolution; making it unlikely to be attempted. People don't rebel against their government unless they feel that they have no other choice, and so the government will try to keep it hot but not boiling.

The vaccine deaths and vaccine enforcement and pressure will, therefore, be kept to a level people can accept but not rebel over. They may also be trying to distract you with high inflation; to pacify your attention towards improving your monetary situation instead of thinking too much about the government's tyranny. Probably not a coincidence. Duplicitous governments tend to trick, distract, and finally adapt to an allowable level to please the populous once it has pushed things to the limit, preventing mass conflict. In the end we may be conditioned into accepting the vaccines and vaccine deaths as an acceptable part of our lives, like we accept smoking and the many smoking deaths. No happy ending. No mass rebellion. They are simply too smart to allow rebellion to happen.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: The Great Reset: Aftermath
« on: January 18, 2022, 06:14:33 PM »
This link is interesting - Analysis: 100% of Deaths Following COVID-19 Shots are From Only 5% of the Manufacturer Lots According to VAERS

The claims are apparently reproducible with VAERS data. The article indicates that the affected batches were split up and sent to all US states. If true, it brings up further questions.

If it were a matter of "bad batches" there should certainly be a public effort to warn people who have taken those batches, recall the batches, etc.

If it were potentially an effort at population control concocted by evil billionaires it would presumably be a way to keep the injury count low enough so that people accept the vaccine without serious alarm, and eventually become injured over time as they receive their 15th booster shot dose.

There has been an effort to treat the vaccine like recharging your phone, encouraging the public to inject themselves over and over:


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Terrible Political Memes
« on: January 18, 2022, 05:09:30 AM »

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