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Marines (in general) aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer...that's why they are Marines...they are expendable.

The northeastern U.S. group that recently separated Marine Liam Montgomery Collins, 21, was allegedly recruiting for would be a “legitimate” paramilitary force ― one he described as “a modern day SS.” 

 Collins often frequented the “neo-Nazi and White Supremacy Extremist” web board Iron March, prosecutors said in court documents unsealed Friday.“Everyone [in the group] is going to be required to have served in a nation’s military, whether US, UK, or Poland,” Collins allegedly wrote on the site in 2016 under the screenname Niezgoda. “Its a goal for the longterm. I’ll be in the USMC for 4 years while my comrades work on the groups physical formation. . . .It will take years to gather all the experience and intelligence that we need to utilize – but that’s what makes it fun. It takes a man’s willpower and heart to make a commitment like this.” 

Collins along with Paul James Kryscuk, 35, Jordan Duncan, 26, and Justin Wade Hermanson, 21, were charged in a superseding indictment obtained in federal court in North Carolina. 

 In addition to communicating with Marines at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, about illegal firearms sales, the group allegedly discussed shooting protesters after scouting a Black Lives Matter rally and had participated in live-fire weapons training where participants displayed Nazi symbols, prosecutors said in court documents unsealed Friday.

 Collins and Duncan are Marine veterans previously assigned to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, while Hermanson is a current Marine in the unit to which Collins was last assigned, according to the new indictment.

 Collins was separated from the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, in September after just three years, the U.S. Department of Justice said. “Collins’ premature discharge is indicative of the fact that the character of his service was incongruent with Marine Corps’ expectations and standards,” said Capt. Joe Butterfield, a Marine spokesman, told Task & Purpose in October. “Due to the associated administrative processes, further details are not releasable.”

While the firearms charges against Duncan, Collins and Kryscuk were previously disclosed, Friday’s release represents the first time prosecutors referred to the group’s “ties to white supremacy.”

 The indictment also states that Duncan and Kryscuk praised Collins for acquiring “tons of gear and training” and adding three Marines to their group.
Hermanson allegedly coordinated purchases for Kryscuk, communicating with other Marines in the Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, area regarding illegal firearms sales and building fully automatic rifles.

 Hermanson allegedly also vetted and recruited at least one other person into the group in October, according to the indictment.

 Attorneys who represented Duncan, Collins and Kryscuk during proceedings in the case in Idaho didn’t immediately respond to emails asking if they were still involved in the case or could comment on the latest developments.

 Don Connelly, a spokesman for the Raleigh, North Carolina, based federal prosecutor’s office, said in an email that he didn’t have further information on attorneys representing the four men.

 The indictment said Collins and Kryscuk eventually would discuss the three steps they felt were necessary to effect the change in the country they were seeking, including “knocking down The System, mounting it and smashing (its) face until it has been beaten past the point of death.”

 “Second order of business . . . is the seizing of territory and the Balkanization of North America,” Kryscuk wrote in February 2017, according to authorities. “Buying property in remote areas that are already predominantly white and right leaning, networking with locals, training, farming, and stockpiling. Essentially we are laying the framework for a guerilla organization and a takeover of local government and industry.”

 “As time goes on in this conflict, we will expand our territories and slowly take back the land that is rightfully ours. ... As we build our forces and our numbers, we will move into the urban areas and clear them· out.

This will be a ground war very reminiscent of Iraq as we will essentially be facing an insurgent force made up of criminals and gang members,” Kryscuk allegedly wrote.

 Iron March shut down in late 2017, according to a DOJ news release. 

 From May 2019 to now, the indictment said, Collins allegedly made multiple money transfers through his personal account to Kryscuk to buy firearms, including a 9 mm pistol and suppressor and a short barrel rifle. Kryscuk then allegedly purchased items from vendors to make the firearms and suppressors.

 Kryscuk allegedly used an alias in mailing the manufactured weapons from Idaho to Jacksonville, North Carolina, the indictment said. He also shipped the short barrel rifle, not registered as required by the federal government, to Collins. Duncan, a military contractor, and Hermanson, currently a Marine, knew of and were in on the conspiracy, prosecutors said.

 Collins and Kryscuk allegedly recruited additional members, including Duncan and Hermanson, and conducted training, including a live-fire training in a desert area near Boise, Idaho, according to the indictment. Kryscuk, Duncan and others produced a montage that showed participants firing short barrel rifles and other assault-type rifles, the news release said that from video footage allegedly recorded by the members during the training. 

 The end of the video, according to court documents, shows the four participants outfitted in skull masks and giving the “Heil Hitler” sign, beneath the image of a black sun, a Nazi symbol. The last frame bears the phrase, “Come home white man.”

 The indictment also described how Kryscuk allegedly was within sight of a Black Lives Matter rally on the campus of Boise State University on July 21, initially sitting in his vehicle before driving slowly around the rally for approximately 20 minutes. One month later, Black Lives Matter held another protest in downtown Boise and Kryscuk’s vehicle was in the vicinity for around six minutes, the indictment said.

 Shortly afterward, Kryscuk and Duncan allegedly discussed the idea of their group shooting protesters in Boise, prosecutors wrote.

 “Those seeking to cause violence are not welcome in our city. The Boise Police Department is committed to rooting out anyone, from any background and any viewpoint, who would do harm or sow fear in our community,” said Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee in a statement to local news.
 
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Cour d'Alene Idaho is a hotbed of White nationalists, remember Randy Weaver and the big shootout years ago?

I have rarely ever liked Marines. They are arrogant and pushy and have this false machismo thing going. Jarheads!
     
 

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DennisTheMenace » 22 Nov 2020, 5:11 am » wrote:

Marines (in general) aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer...that's why they are Marines...they are expendable.

The northeastern U.S. group that recently separated Marine Liam Montgomery Collins, 21, was allegedly recruiting for would be a “legitimate” paramilitary force ― one he described as “a modern day SS.” 

 Collins often frequented the “neo-Nazi and White Supremacy Extremist” web board Iron March, prosecutors said in court documents unsealed Friday.“Everyone [in the group] is going to be required to have served in a nation’s military, whether US, UK, or Poland,” Collins allegedly wrote on the site in 2016 under the screenname Niezgoda. “Its a goal for the longterm. I’ll be in the USMC for 4 years while my comrades work on the groups physical formation. . . .It will take years to gather all the experience and intelligence that we need to utilize – but that’s what makes it fun. It takes a man’s willpower and heart to make a commitment like this.” 

Collins along with Paul James Kryscuk, 35, Jordan Duncan, 26, and Justin Wade Hermanson, 21, were charged in a superseding indictment obtained in federal court in North Carolina. 

 In addition to communicating with Marines at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, about illegal firearms sales, the group allegedly discussed shooting protesters after scouting a Black Lives Matter rally and had participated in live-fire weapons training where participants displayed Nazi symbols, prosecutors said in court documents unsealed Friday.

 Collins and Duncan are Marine veterans previously assigned to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, while Hermanson is a current Marine in the unit to which Collins was last assigned, according to the new indictment.

 Collins was separated from the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, in September after just three years, the U.S. Department of Justice said. “Collins’ premature discharge is indicative of the fact that the character of his service was incongruent with Marine Corps’ expectations and standards,” said Capt. Joe Butterfield, a Marine spokesman, told Task & Purpose in October. “Due to the associated administrative processes, further details are not releasable.”

While the firearms charges against Duncan, Collins and Kryscuk were previously disclosed, Friday’s release represents the first time prosecutors referred to the group’s “ties to white supremacy.”

 The indictment also states that Duncan and Kryscuk praised Collins for acquiring “tons of gear and training” and adding three Marines to their group.
Hermanson allegedly coordinated purchases for Kryscuk, communicating with other Marines in the Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, area regarding illegal firearms sales and building fully automatic rifles.

 Hermanson allegedly also vetted and recruited at least one other person into the group in October, according to the indictment.

 Attorneys who represented Duncan, Collins and Kryscuk during proceedings in the case in Idaho didn’t immediately respond to emails asking if they were still involved in the case or could comment on the latest developments.

 Don Connelly, a spokesman for the Raleigh, North Carolina, based federal prosecutor’s office, said in an email that he didn’t have further information on attorneys representing the four men.

 The indictment said Collins and Kryscuk eventually would discuss the three steps they felt were necessary to effect the change in the country they were seeking, including “knocking down The System, mounting it and smashing (its) face until it has been beaten past the point of death.”

 “Second order of business . . . is the seizing of territory and the Balkanization of North America,” Kryscuk wrote in February 2017, according to authorities. “Buying property in remote areas that are already predominantly white and right leaning, networking with locals, training, farming, and stockpiling. Essentially we are laying the framework for a guerilla organization and a takeover of local government and industry.”

 “As time goes on in this conflict, we will expand our territories and slowly take back the land that is rightfully ours. ... As we build our forces and our numbers, we will move into the urban areas and clear them· out.

This will be a ground war very reminiscent of Iraq as we will essentially be facing an insurgent force made up of criminals and gang members,” Kryscuk allegedly wrote.

 Iron March shut down in late 2017, according to a DOJ news release. 

 From May 2019 to now, the indictment said, Collins allegedly made multiple money transfers through his personal account to Kryscuk to buy firearms, including a 9 mm pistol and suppressor and a short barrel rifle. Kryscuk then allegedly purchased items from vendors to make the firearms and suppressors.

 Kryscuk allegedly used an alias in mailing the manufactured weapons from Idaho to Jacksonville, North Carolina, the indictment said. He also shipped the short barrel rifle, not registered as required by the federal government, to Collins. Duncan, a military contractor, and Hermanson, currently a Marine, knew of and were in on the conspiracy, prosecutors said.

 Collins and Kryscuk allegedly recruited additional members, including Duncan and Hermanson, and conducted training, including a live-fire training in a desert area near Boise, Idaho, according to the indictment. Kryscuk, Duncan and others produced a montage that showed participants firing short barrel rifles and other assault-type rifles, the news release said that from video footage allegedly recorded by the members during the training. 

 The end of the video, according to court documents, shows the four participants outfitted in skull masks and giving the “Heil Hitler” sign, beneath the image of a black sun, a Nazi symbol. The last frame bears the phrase, “Come home white man.”

 The indictment also described how Kryscuk allegedly was within sight of a Black Lives Matter rally on the campus of Boise State University on July 21, initially sitting in his vehicle before driving slowly around the rally for approximately 20 minutes. One month later, Black Lives Matter held another protest in downtown Boise and Kryscuk’s vehicle was in the vicinity for around six minutes, the indictment said.

 Shortly afterward, Kryscuk and Duncan allegedly discussed the idea of their group shooting protesters in Boise, prosecutors wrote.

 “Those seeking to cause violence are not welcome in our city. The Boise Police Department is committed to rooting out anyone, from any background and any viewpoint, who would do harm or sow fear in our community,” said Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee in a statement to local news.



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So we are moving from spreading fear about Russians to believing there is a real threat from white supremacists? It's not white supremacists that have been burning buildings and assaulting people for their race or political beliefs.
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Neo » 22 Nov 2020, 8:05 am » wrote: So we are moving from spreading fear about Russians to believing there is a real threat from white supremacists? It's not white supremacists that have been burning buildings and assaulting people for their race or political beliefs.

**** stupid memes...  White supremacy is just another blubbering cause du jour.

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DeezerShoove » 22 Nov 2020, 9:33 am » wrote: **** stupid memes...  White supremacy is just another blubbering cause du jour.

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Neo » 22 Nov 2020, 8:05 am » wrote:


So we are moving from spreading fear about Russians to believing there is a real threat from white supremacists?

 

You JUST HEARD ABOUT THAT, Goober???

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As a person who is of course familiar with the milieau that you would label 'White suremacy' I can assure you that they pose zero credible military threat. Believe it or not most of them are not stupid and they are well aware that they do not have the numbers or equipment or organization to ever accomplish anything with force.

FBI agents do harrass us undercover a lot and try to get us to do a terrorism but pretty much nobody is dumb enough to be duped by it. The fbi has in fact explicitly mentioned frustration over this.

There was some movement 'Propertarianism' headed by Kurt Doolittle which was sortof 'White supremacist' adjacent and they were pretending they could take over the government by basically destroying utilities. It was real dumb and they were incessantly mocked until they went away. I suspect Doolittle was a spook from the start and Propertarianism was a honeypot.

The fbi is desperate enough that they would just literally make **** up.this story sounds like bs to me and I have never heard of 'Iron march'. If it were a legit site I would have heard of it.

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DennisTheMenace » 22 Nov 2020, 9:39 am » wrote: That's why you aren't paid to think. 

Most people aren't.
We just do.


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TreasonMonkeys LIE it is what they do. They know they cannot HOPE to push their riidiculous claims without LYING so they lie without shame Yeah Whire supremacy its not a REAL thing its a MEME

That why the rightwing mostly led by White supremacists committ about 76% of the political killings in America over the last decade or so

https://www.adl.org/media/14107/download

In 2019, right-wing extremists were responsible fo rthe great majority (38 of 42, or 90%) of domestic extremist-related murders.5 Over the past 10 years, right-wing extremists committed 76% of
extremist-related murders, making the 2019 figure higher than average.

https://www.adl.org/blog/far-right-extr ... -MQAvD_BwE

2) White Supremacists Arrested After Targeting Journalists, Activists and a Trump Official
“The charges, announced on Wednesday in Virginia and Washington State, are part of a broader recent crackdown by federal law enforcement on violent white supremacists in the United States. Authorities said the individuals were associated with the Atomwaffen Division, a small but violent paramilitary neo-Nazi

But lets all pretend that White suprmacists dont really exist there are only a few of them as the get arrested all across the counrty for comitting murders for planning murders but thats just a meme. Lets prtend it isnt real like we pretended it was not an issue that the report about White supremacists infiltrating police depts all across the country is something to ignore so a decade later unarmed black men are being MURDERED all across the country till the country caught FIRE over it. I am sure those two things had nothing to do with each other. I am sure those arent white supremacists taking their opportunities to murder unarmed blacm men. That hey want to start a race war and is just another conicideence

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nuckinfutz » 22 Nov 2020, 5:41 am » wrote: Cour d'Alene Idaho is a hotbed of White nationalists, remember Randy Weaver and the big shootout years ago?

I have rarely ever liked Marines. They are arrogant and pushy and have this false machismo thing going. Jarheads!
     
 

 
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solon » 22 Nov 2020, 12:54 pm » wrote: TreasonMonkeys LIE it is what they do. They know they cannot HOPE to push their riidiculous claims without LYING so they lie without shame Yeah Whire supremacy its not a REAL thing its a MEME

That why the rightwing mostly led by White supremacists committ about 76% of the political killings in America over the last decade or so

https://www.adl.org/media/14107/download

In 2019, right-wing extremists were responsible fo rthe great majority (38 of 42, or 90%) of domestic extremist-related murders.5 Over the past 10 years, right-wing extremists committed 76% of
extremist-related murders, making the 2019 figure higher than average.

https://www.adl.org/blog/far-right-extr ... -MQAvD_BwE

2) White Supremacists Arrested After Targeting Journalists, Activists and a Trump Official
“The charges, announced on Wednesday in Virginia and Washington State, are part of a broader recent crackdown by federal law enforcement on violent white supremacists in the United States. Authorities said the individuals were associated with the Atomwaffen Division, a small but violent paramilitary neo-Nazi

But lets all pretend that White suprmacists dont really exist there are only a few of them as the get arrested all across the counrty for comitting murders for planning murders but thats just a meme. Lets prtend it isnt real like we pretended it was not an issue that the report about White supremacists infiltrating police depts all across the country is something to ignore so a decade later unarmed black men are being MURDERED all across the country till the country caught FIRE over it. I am sure those two things had nothing to do with each other. I am sure those arent white supremacists taking their opportunities to murder unarmed blacm men. That hey want to start a race war and is just another conicideence
Using ADL as a source lol

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DennisTheMenace » 22 Nov 2020, 5:11 am » wrote:

Marines (in general) aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer...that's why they are Marines...they are expendable.

The northeastern U.S. group that recently separated Marine Liam Montgomery Collins, 21, was allegedly recruiting for would be a “legitimate” paramilitary force ― one he described as “a modern day SS.” 

 Collins often frequented the “neo-Nazi and White Supremacy Extremist” web board Iron March, prosecutors said in court documents unsealed Friday.“Everyone [in the group] is going to be required to have served in a nation’s military, whether US, UK, or Poland,” Collins allegedly wrote on the site in 2016 under the screenname Niezgoda. “Its a goal for the longterm. I’ll be in the USMC for 4 years while my comrades work on the groups physical formation. . . .It will take years to gather all the experience and intelligence that we need to utilize – but that’s what makes it fun. It takes a man’s willpower and heart to make a commitment like this.” 

Collins along with Paul James Kryscuk, 35, Jordan Duncan, 26, and Justin Wade Hermanson, 21, were charged in a superseding indictment obtained in federal court in North Carolina. 

 In addition to communicating with Marines at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, about illegal firearms sales, the group allegedly discussed shooting protesters after scouting a Black Lives Matter rally and had participated in live-fire weapons training where participants displayed Nazi symbols, prosecutors said in court documents unsealed Friday.

 Collins and Duncan are Marine veterans previously assigned to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, while Hermanson is a current Marine in the unit to which Collins was last assigned, according to the new indictment.

 Collins was separated from the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, in September after just three years, the U.S. Department of Justice said. “Collins’ premature discharge is indicative of the fact that the character of his service was incongruent with Marine Corps’ expectations and standards,” said Capt. Joe Butterfield, a Marine spokesman, told Task & Purpose in October. “Due to the associated administrative processes, further details are not releasable.”

While the firearms charges against Duncan, Collins and Kryscuk were previously disclosed, Friday’s release represents the first time prosecutors referred to the group’s “ties to white supremacy.”

 The indictment also states that Duncan and Kryscuk praised Collins for acquiring “tons of gear and training” and adding three Marines to their group.
Hermanson allegedly coordinated purchases for Kryscuk, communicating with other Marines in the Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, area regarding illegal firearms sales and building fully automatic rifles.

 Hermanson allegedly also vetted and recruited at least one other person into the group in October, according to the indictment.

 Attorneys who represented Duncan, Collins and Kryscuk during proceedings in the case in Idaho didn’t immediately respond to emails asking if they were still involved in the case or could comment on the latest developments.

 Don Connelly, a spokesman for the Raleigh, North Carolina, based federal prosecutor’s office, said in an email that he didn’t have further information on attorneys representing the four men.

 The indictment said Collins and Kryscuk eventually would discuss the three steps they felt were necessary to effect the change in the country they were seeking, including “knocking down The System, mounting it and smashing (its) face until it has been beaten past the point of death.”

 “Second order of business . . . is the seizing of territory and the Balkanization of North America,” Kryscuk wrote in February 2017, according to authorities. “Buying property in remote areas that are already predominantly white and right leaning, networking with locals, training, farming, and stockpiling. Essentially we are laying the framework for a guerilla organization and a takeover of local government and industry.”

 “As time goes on in this conflict, we will expand our territories and slowly take back the land that is rightfully ours. ... As we build our forces and our numbers, we will move into the urban areas and clear them· out.

This will be a ground war very reminiscent of Iraq as we will essentially be facing an insurgent force made up of criminals and gang members,” Kryscuk allegedly wrote.

 Iron March shut down in late 2017, according to a DOJ news release. 

 From May 2019 to now, the indictment said, Collins allegedly made multiple money transfers through his personal account to Kryscuk to buy firearms, including a 9 mm pistol and suppressor and a short barrel rifle. Kryscuk then allegedly purchased items from vendors to make the firearms and suppressors.

 Kryscuk allegedly used an alias in mailing the manufactured weapons from Idaho to Jacksonville, North Carolina, the indictment said. He also shipped the short barrel rifle, not registered as required by the federal government, to Collins. Duncan, a military contractor, and Hermanson, currently a Marine, knew of and were in on the conspiracy, prosecutors said.

 Collins and Kryscuk allegedly recruited additional members, including Duncan and Hermanson, and conducted training, including a live-fire training in a desert area near Boise, Idaho, according to the indictment. Kryscuk, Duncan and others produced a montage that showed participants firing short barrel rifles and other assault-type rifles, the news release said that from video footage allegedly recorded by the members during the training. 

 The end of the video, according to court documents, shows the four participants outfitted in skull masks and giving the “Heil Hitler” sign, beneath the image of a black sun, a Nazi symbol. The last frame bears the phrase, “Come home white man.”

 The indictment also described how Kryscuk allegedly was within sight of a Black Lives Matter rally on the campus of Boise State University on July 21, initially sitting in his vehicle before driving slowly around the rally for approximately 20 minutes. One month later, Black Lives Matter held another protest in downtown Boise and Kryscuk’s vehicle was in the vicinity for around six minutes, the indictment said.

 Shortly afterward, Kryscuk and Duncan allegedly discussed the idea of their group shooting protesters in Boise, prosecutors wrote.

 “Those seeking to cause violence are not welcome in our city. The Boise Police Department is committed to rooting out anyone, from any background and any viewpoint, who would do harm or sow fear in our community,” said Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee in a statement to local news.
 
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Neo » 22 Nov 2020, 8:05 am » wrote: So we are moving from spreading fear about Russians to believing there is a real threat from white supremacists? It's not white supremacists that have been burning buildings and assaulting people for their race or political beliefs.

Don't forget, those mobs are also super spreader events. Gasp.
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FOS » 22 Nov 2020, 9:53 am » wrote: As a person who is of course familiar with the milieau that you would label 'White suremacy' I can assure you that they pose zero credible military threat. Believe it or not most of them are not stupid and they are well aware that they do not have the numbers or equipment or organization to ever accomplish anything with force.

FBI agents do harrass us undercover a lot and try to get us to do a terrorism but pretty much nobody is dumb enough to be duped by it. The fbi has in fact explicitly mentioned frustration over this.

There was some movement 'Propertarianism' headed by Kurt Doolittle which was sortof 'White supremacist' adjacent and they were pretending they could take over the government by basically destroying utilities. It was real dumb and they were incessantly mocked until they went away. I suspect Doolittle was a spook from the start and Propertarianism was a honeypot.

The fbi is desperate enough that they would just literally make **** up.this story sounds like bs to me and I have never heard of 'Iron march'. If it were a legit site I would have heard of it.
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solon » 22 Nov 2020, 1:24 pm » wrote: My Father was a DI at Parris Island and one of the most intelligent and gentlest men you would ever want to meet  a big guy and outstanding athelete but never mean in any way. IT is true he HATED being a DI and got out of it as soon as he could.  I love ya guy but dissing ALL MARINES?
Times change. Today, the vast majority of marines are either openly gay or tranny.

Your dad was probably a very fine fellow. But these days, marines tend to have dick on their breath.

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Tax dollars are like husbands and sons. The farther from home they get, the worse they behave.

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Hearing much sizzle, expect little steak
Lies are a lazy man's truths
Humanity's law of the jungle is survival of the tribe

Only weak ideas must be protected from debate, and only religions declare people heretics.

Nostalgia is a crime against past and present
You cannot betray me, only yourself, to me

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