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ScottMon » Yesterday, 9:29 pm » wrote: you're not a libertarian.  You hate Jews with a passion.

how would I ever be stupid enough to be a libertarian?

I am, as advertised, a fascist.

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ScottMon » Yesterday, 9:24 pm » wrote: I read your thread.  Crazytrain said he didn't care.  The Cons made penis jokes.  A true libertarian doesn't care if you're whatever.

a true libertarian is a perfect nihilist. Cares about nothing, and doesn't matter to anyone.

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SJConspirator » Yesterday, 5:00 pm » wrote: now this is important distinction.  When we tell you that private power is out of control, it's about globalist power that is largely dominated by Jewish banking dynasties.

NOT mom and pops..  small business is getting crushed by the globalist behemoths and that is the problem
There would be no self interested motive for the state to attack small business because they are not a competition for power. 

But corporations might attack them as competitors. 

Thus it should be clear...covid lockdowns came from corporations. 
 

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Cannonpointer » Yesterday, 4:47 pm » wrote: I think it was forced by a nascent socialist movement - but the fact that FDR pulled out every stop to attack fscists certainly suggests that wall street saw them as the real threat. 

He got behind labor unions and created a great many social/socialist programs. Those are not as scary to wall street, twould appear...
But huey long was lol. 

A big difference between fdr and fascism,, for example, was that labor unions he created were private.. 

I believe fdr himself was probably acting in good faith.. there were mixed signals at that time from thr intelligentsia. Hr had to concede some things to fascism...but he had to concede war to jews. 
 

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Here is a cold blooded analysis of power:

If a country engages in a war and obtains a military victory....but the result is a massive loss in political power...then that means you were not at war with an enemy...you were instead fighting for a third power against its own enemy which perhaps should have been an ally.

It is easy to see thay if there were only 2 powers on earth then any military victory should come with a political victory.

England technically won the first world war...but they lost most their empire. How can that be?

Well it became clear that they were not fighting a real enemy. They were fighting for private power. That is why fascist philosophy gained so much steam in the interwar period.

England made the exact same mistake in ww2...and now they are a completely insignificant country.

All the power that england has lost since 1900 has been acquired by somebody else.

Hmm...(((somebody)))

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StrictlyCashNCarry » Yesterday, 4:30 pm » wrote: History cycles around.  Always has.
Lol. Not randomly. Something forces it. It isn't some law of physics. Things have to make the pendulum swing in questions of power.

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SJConspirator » Yesterday, 4:11 pm » wrote: the Sacklers are getting sued hard its awesome

I heard the good news about the judge insisting on it. Lol. This judge is gonna be called an anti semite.

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peepee » Yesterday, 3:10 pm » wrote: ...maybe some day you will tell us how this 'full hitler' is selected, you lame chicken$hit @sshole...  Image

same way Hitler was lol, dont be a retard. Great leaders are not 'selected', dude...that is a paradox. Who would have the power to select them?

a great leader is something which emerges. He inspires the people and earns a following. Was caesar selected? no. Was napoleon? no. etc etc.

No genuine leader is ever 'selected'. You should actually study history and apply what you learn. The fantasy you live in has never existed and never will.

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SJConspirator » Yesterday, 1:45 pm » wrote: This has basis in biology.  Chemical precursors of attention are dopamine and norepinephrine .. pleasure and pain.  Without conflict or the potential for conflict, the human mind cannot focus,  period.

Attention requires tension.  Peace sells, but nobodies buying
Also consider this: a state that pretends to exist for the 'greater good' will necessarily dehumanize its enemy.

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SJConspirator » Yesterday, 1:25 pm » wrote: open up, I got the stuff

Who is It?

It's Dave, man open Up!

Dave's not here

LOL

im sorry dave, i cannot do that. I cannot allow you to jeopardize the success of this mission

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there is no such thing as disembodied 'power'...this is a libertarian superstition and it makes absolutely no sense.

there is power that opposes you and power that supports you.

power can only be resisted by power. Nobody with power is actually going to give a **** if you call yourself a sovereign citizen...lol. you cannot cast spells against power by making some magic argument.

so yes, you just want power to be on your side. that this the ideal situation. And you want it to be as powerful as possible.

and sure they COULD abuse their power against you...but so could literally ANY other power on earth. You will never solve the problem that institutions have greater power than individuals.
 

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peepee » Yesterday, 12:46 pm » wrote: ...slave-mentality, monetary ignoramus hitlertards such as yourself make very good followers...

'slave mentality'...

lol i do not think he knows what that term means

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SJConspirator » Yesterday, 12:28 pm » wrote: government is currently just a middleman. It’s there to mediate between you and corporate CEOs. Government takes your money thru taxes, fees, surcharges etc… and gives it to them. There is a lot of complexity within that process, but it is the process.

And we are living in a society in decay. It is ugly, stupid, and non functional. And this is largely because of the influence of private power upon our society. The so called 'government' of the US has nothing to do with it...they only do as they are told.

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JinnMartini » Yesterday, 12:24 pm » wrote: All solutions   -(and there actually is ONLY one)-   that would actually SOLVE all the problems mankind is facing  . . .  would inexorably lead to extreme chaos, thus exacerbating ALL the existing problems.

the purpose of a state cannot be some idiotic platitude about solving the problems of mankind lol...

the state can only exist to identify friend and enemy...both of which are human.

when people try to shoehorn ethics into statecraft, they will invariably make things worse...much like the church will invariably be corrupted by becoming part of the state.

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Cannonpointer » Yesterday, 2:50 pm » wrote: Which is ALWAYS the case.

Sure...but if you go full Hitler you can simply confiscate whatever you want from anyone lol. Corporations would be discouraged from getting out of their lane.

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StrictlyCashNCarry » Yesterday, 12:17 pm » wrote: You didn't articulate a point.  If it's not difficult, then do it.

sorry but I think I did.

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StrictlyCashNCarry » Yesterday, 12:16 pm » wrote: So you brought up Amazon, but now that I ask you for specifics you say it's not the point.  Uh, okay.

....correct.

If you cant understand my point then i dunno what to say.

it isnt really that difficult to understand

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StrictlyCashNCarry » Yesterday, 12:10 pm » wrote: So your idea of addressing power abuse is even more power, but just in your hands.  lol

There is no other way. If your idea of resisting the abuse of power to become weak? good luck with your political career, bro

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StrictlyCashNCarry » Yesterday, 12:08 pm » wrote: How is Amazon taking what I have?

im not saying it is. not the point. The point is that they can. I can assure you that amazon has some impact on your life in tangible ways...both positive and negative. Whether you are aware of those details is also irrelevant. Amazon has a great deal of control over state policy, as well....so aspects of government you dont like may be a result of amazon money.

doesnt matter what details you are aware of or not. I just want you to ponder the nature of power...whether a flag or a logo is the symbol...what really is the difference?
 

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StrictlyCashNCarry » Yesterday, 11:55 am » wrote: A government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take everything you have.

amazon can take everything you have also, lol...unless there exists a state that would bother to interfere. power is just power. elimination of public power only makes private power stronger.

it makes little difference if you are oppressed by the police or by the italian mafia. Would you actually care about the difference?