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how many native peoples died from smallpox and certain other diseases that the "white man" brought to several parts of the world...so going by trump logic all our history books should be rewritten calling smallpox, etc. the white man's disease...come on mocking Mitch get it done as only you can do.

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Reporter:

Danni Askini  just had COVID-19 treatment at a cost of 34,927.43 - what would you do to reduce those costs?

 

Democrat’s response:

“That’s 114 people being covered here in the USA for the price of Trumps makeup artist over the past tree years.

In the rest of the advanced nations at least 2000 people would have been covered for the same price”

 

 

 

Total Cost of Her COVID-19 Treatment: $34,927.43

Getting hospitalized in the U.S. for COVID-19 may cost an average of $10,000 to $20,000, researchers say. How much of that you'll pay depends on your insurance.

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Humorous aside:

Despite recent events, Trump’s budget maintains provisions to throw ~700,000 people off food stamps and make additional deep cuts to the CDC budget...

I wonder what our dear departed cult members are thinking?

#strangerthanfiction

#wherearethefuckingpitchforks? 

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1 hour ago, thelerner said:

I disagree.  That much emotional vitriol, though true, is playing to the choir.  Its too intense for the middle and on the Right, anyone pro-Trump or even Republican and Anti-Trump won't read it.

 

Plus imo it makes the mistake of creating new enemies, driving Christians (I'm not, but most of the country is) further into the Trump camp.  And giving ammo to worst Evangelicals who are already selling martyrdom in Trumps name.  

Very few Christians are Christians anymore - conservative Catholics are old and dying off.

Take a real square look at what happened in Ireland the great nation of Catholics - pervert stories and murder simply became intolerable.
 

And just the other week the Boy Scouts once again were in the headlines filing bankruptcy for perversion once again and a pile of oncoming lawsuits.

 

look at the number one holiday destination over the past 5 years - meditation retreats, yoga retreats, healing retreats - and people consider these science based not ways to escape the devil.
 

The sewer mind of the dying religions is waiting to be shit on in a real way and a whole pile of Republicans don’t really care to be associated with the freak show - they did well under Obama, well under Clinton and in neither case did they have to go through a collapse. These people have kids - many of them listen to their kids - it’s hard to openly laugh off a pussy grabbing and constantly lying president right to their face and pretend to be virtuous and believe in a god worth a shit.

 

Democrats need to step up and into their balls - our species likes strength - the idiots are idiots and trump is a weak minded scatter brained jackass that needs to be fully and utterly treated as such in a very open way - in his presence wherever possible.

 

Biden is nothing to write to anyone about so unless he hooks up with Michelle Obama as his VP - we need to dim the lights and put trumps vomit in their face and the nations face and that of his godless sewer minded core followers.

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ABIGAIL ABRAMS

When Danni Askini started feeling chest pain, shortness of breath and a migraine all at once on a Saturday in late February, she called the oncologist who had been treating her lymphoma. Her doctor thought she might be reacting poorly to a new medication, so she sent Askini to a Boston-area emergency room. There, doctors told her it was likely pneumonia and sent her home.

Over the next several days, Askini saw her temperature spike and drop dangerously, and she developed a cough that gurgled because of all the liquid in her lungs. After two more trips to the ER that week, Askini was given a final test on the seventh day of her illness, and once doctors helped manage her flu and pneumonia symptoms, they again sent her home to recover. She waited another three days for a lab to process her test, and at last she had a diagnosis: COVID-19.

A few days later, Askini got the bills for her testing and treatment: $34,927.43. “I was pretty sticker-shocked,” she says. “I personally don’t know anybody who has that kind of money.”


Trump has recently promised all cost of the virus would be covered:

Keep asking Trump how he will pay for this - “is Mexico going to pay for this too?

 

“Perhaps a little science and professional expertise would have been better - perhaps a clear headed leader rather than a scatterbrained con artist and a bunch of religious zealots!

 

(don’t forget the evangelicals would follow him even if he killed somebody in cold broad daylight - so write them off and don’t give it a thought)

 

Sorry about the fonts and sizes - the article was copy paste and then everything went haywire)

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9 hours ago, ralis said:

Trump’s approval rating is up around 54-55% of ones polled that approve of how well he is handling this. WTF!

 

Maybe his devil-worshipping aides have found some way to engineer the poll results now. Or maybe its being done since even before he took office. These sub-humans are capable of anything, and its proven time and again they'd go to any length to keep this guy in power. And this is being done despite the almost superhuman (almost, but not quite...) amount of global resistance to the unending stream of filth thats being channelled thru this administration. One begins to wonder perhaps that energetic remnants of dead occultists, mass murderers, despots and dictators - this collective pool of subhuman negativity -  revived and is being unleashed now via this monstrosity of a man. There's no better time than now, if you think about it - the world being fully reliant on sane logic, tech, science, rationality etc., where people have to watch carefully what they say in public and other social settings for fear of raised eyebrows and being labelled 'woowoo' - hey! who dares point at the emperor's nakedness? More so in the midst of a pandemic. After all, orange is the new black. 

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I don't like partisan politics nor identity politics either, but countering political populism is always a relevant and good cause.

 

The United States as a nation will have to learn first to connect with the good in its past in order to heal and rediscover its integrity because otherwise there is no nourishing and stable foundation to build on. Instead, when the orange devil expires from his glory, another will arise.

 

Subhumans and monsters, how sardonically Nietzschean. I find such dehumanizing language to be immersed in unfathomable irony and not only because shaming like that is often completely ineffective but fosters polarization. Indeed, what's the point of calling some petty person the next satan? Who benefits and does it really solve anything? Not that I wish to devalue anyone's voicing of bitterness and frustration because it's better to let it out than keep it in with silent disdain.

 

What if the general problem of society and bad politics couldn't actually be reduced into the failings and defects of one person and the fans that adore him?

 

There aren't abundant numbers of altruistic and decent people, so this also reflects in our political representatives. The problem isn't therefore political, but the ethical foundations of the society have become weak, superficial, and hypocritical. Mercy and self-sacrifice have always been preached as the core Christian (or universally religious) values and the true roots of traditional conservatism, but there is much slack and neglect these days because goodness itself has become a hotly contested topic subject to various sanctimonious redesigns under the political agents and academic philosophers. Both reactionary and revolutionary camps are missing the point because they are too self-conscious and obsessed with material benefits and identity trappings instead of being self-aware and turning the pointing finger back to towards the origin: we ourselves are at fault.

 

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“If only it were all so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart?”

― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956

 

The society doesn't reflect like that anymore on personal basis nor encourage the conviction that we must commit to become better persons and give the good example to others, but it's increasingly about calling others' flaws and turning these into very debasing spectacles. Hysteria and conspiracies, anyone calling bingo yet? Shit flinging isn't fun to many people, but yet they simply can't help, but dig their fingers deep into it and toss as much back as possible. Too bad the Christ only taught against casting stones and not against flinging feces!

 

It's been slow progress of corruption that has been fostered by weakening filial bonds and continuing deconstruction of cultural legacies which creates uncertainty and disbelief about ethical commitments for many people. When was the last time anything good was publicly said on news and magazines in defense of the old times and simple ordinary folk who lived ordinary lives and actually did public good with little recognition? It simply was the standard, so nothing noteworthy to report on chronicles. Is it any wonder that when many disappointed reactionaries find little satisfaction and comfort when they look back and try to connect with their ancestors and cultural continuity, then their political strongman circuses find their sentimental focus in how great heroes and fighters the society was back then? It's a very naive, almost comic book type of romanticism in my opinion, but what is the alternative? "Sorry, our ancestors were fucked up and therefore we must drink from the fecal cornucopia and endure endless shit hurling against us in order to atone for our tainted, bigoted existence." I am sure many of the reactionary people feel it similar to that: they lack the means and understanding how to work with such existential traumas. Hence voting for Trump is a convenient escape and insult back to the cultural mainstream they feel as giving only deep unappreciation.

 

People used to have spiritual communions and unhurried intimate time together, and what's it been substituted with? The news are always there to tell about new turns and excitement, not the slow "boring" stuff that ordinary life really is. It's their business to sell polarizing highlights. Through the omnipresent media and entertainment complex I feel there is an ever present source of demoralization effort against the goodness in the past of the United States. Some of the denouncement undoubtedly has valid roots on many historical injustices, but it's a biased view and incomplete picture. Constantly portraying a collective inheritance of villainy (haven't we really had enough of this shit already?) is something I must protest against even though there certainly may be shared karma to be acknowledged and grievances to be reconciled.

 

Personally, I feel that there is a very severe bias in how much of historical memory and study only collects conflicts and oppression as subjects of interest. It doesn't even matter what political agenda the next clown-in-chief will cater if their heart is in self-serving vindication and authoritarianism like the trend has been building more and more steam. The people and the society unwilling to take responsibility for their personal growth would really like to have a powerful nanny. That is how freedom dies when there's no deep nor genuine personal conviction to defend it.

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Some ramblings...

Much of Christianity (as with many other religions at various times and places) has been seriously corrupted and or co-opted by evil, there can be no denial of that by any person who has done even a small amount of study and reflection on the last 2000 years of history.    Yet in such a study and by whatever unsung miracles of Spirit, both known through results of recorded events (and also in generally unknown and unrecorded events), there are cases of that Spirit working through Christianity with compassion, goodness and many of the virtues of our "higher angels".  Most of  us everyday people don't live in a detached transcendental state of being in a protected forest monastery away from a world that can and often does devolve into suffering and madness... we hear the  saying that it is better to light a candle than to curse darkness yet what of those who have taken darkness as light and have no recollection of and thus lost the need for a lighted candle?  I'd say that since the universe, including mankind place in it is based on laws that prevail such then makes for that which has to give and it won't be the universal type laws giving in, (or Jesus not rousting out the money changers from the temple or not casting out demons with controlled anger)  it will be through mankind's sufferings from breaking universal laws individually and in groups that the light or greater truths will finally be sought.  We can learn the easier way but we tend to learn the hardest way!  Btw. there can be no eternal suffering of beings for even the known and the unknown woven universe or multi-verse is not eternal but will return to that from which it came, undivided.   

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1 hour ago, virtue said:

Instead, when the orange devil expires from his glory, another will arise.

 

"Nature abhors a vacuum."

 

1 hour ago, virtue said:

Subhumans and monsters, how sardonically Nietzschean. I find such dehumanizing language to be immersed in unfathomable irony and not only because shaming like that is often completely ineffective but fosters polarization. Indeed, what's the point of calling some petty person the next satan? Who benefits and does it really solve anything? Not that I wish to devalue anyone's voicing of bitterness and frustration because it's better to let it out than keep it in with silent disdain.

 

This political language is also a popular technique with orators in history who use emotional persuasive language as opposed to rationalism, from Adolf Hitler to Benito Mussolini and even Richard Nixon in his "Checkers" speech in the 20th century alone, Julius Caesar, Maximilien Robespierre, and so on. Emotional appeals are fantastic tools to rally a mob together because there is no logic or facts involved, so there is little room to challenge someone's passions with logic. 

 

1 hour ago, virtue said:

There aren't abundant numbers of altruistic and decent people, so this also reflects in our political representatives. The problem isn't therefore political, but the ethical foundations of the society have become weak, superficial, and hypocritical. Mercy and self-sacrifice have always been preached as the core Christian (or universally religious) values and the true roots of traditional conservatism, but there is much slack and neglect these days because goodness itself has become a hotly contested topic subject to various sanctimonious redesigns under the political agents and academic philosophers. Both reactionary and revolutionary camps are missing the point because they are too self-conscious and obsessed with material benefits and identity trappings instead of being self-aware and turning the pointing finger back to towards the origin: we ourselves are at fault.

 

100% true. Ethics, justice, and law are rarely convergent, and even less so when politics takes center stage. 

 

1 hour ago, virtue said:

“If only it were all so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them. But the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being. And who is willing to destroy a piece of his own heart?”

― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956

 

Res ipsa loquitur. We can't argue anything better after a very meaningful insight points out what is obvious but sadly ignored or forgotten with the crimes of passion in a populist time.

 

1 hour ago, virtue said:

The society doesn't reflect like that anymore on personal basis nor encourage the conviction that we must commit to become better persons and give the good example to others, but it's increasingly about calling others' flaws and turning these into very debasing spectacles. Hysteria and conspiracies, anyone calling bingo yet? Shit flinging isn't fun to many people, but yet they simply can't help, but dig their fingers deep into it and toss as much back as possible. Too bad the Christ only taught against casting stones and not against flinging feces!

 

Flinging feces or throwing burning embers at people you hate will only cover your hands in shit and burn your hands too. But this crab mentality of wanting to bring others down by any means possible is tribalism more than anything else--"the enemy to me is no longer human" is the mindset. 

 

1 hour ago, virtue said:

It's been slow progress of corruption that has been fostered by weakening filial bonds and continuing deconstruction of cultural legacies which creates uncertainty and disbelief about ethical commitments for many people. When was the last time anything good was publicly said on news and magazines in defense of the old times and simple ordinary folk who lived ordinary lives and actually did public good with little recognition? It simply was the standard, so nothing noteworthy to report on chronicles. Is it any wonder that when many disappointed reactionaries find nothing satisfying and comforting to look back and connect with their ancestors and cultural continuity, then their political strongman circuses find their sentimental focus in how great heroes and fighters the society was back then? It's a very naive, almost comic book type of romanticism in my opinion, but what is the alternative? "Sorry, our ancestors were fucked up and therefore we must drink from the fecal cornucopia and endure endless shit hurling against us in order to atone for our tainted, bigoted existence." I am sure many of the reactionary people feel it similar to that: they lack the means and understanding how to work with such existential traumas. Hence voting for Trump is a convenient escape and insult back to the cultural mainstream they feel as giving only deep unappreciation.

 

Remember that the history of Rome shows us that these excesses that led to the decline of the empire was when they voted for a strongman like Caligula, who promised to serve others at the expense of a little more power. What we have seen time and again is that strongman politics don't ever benefit anyone--he's only after himself and maaaaaaybe his inner circle. 

 

Here's an example of a Dutertard (Duterte + retard) in Manila: bumper stickers and decals all over his car, yet he stops in a pedestrian lane in traffic and throws out a bottle of coke onto the road indifferently. He votes for some guy to clean up town but himself expects others to do the work for him and disregards his own actions that are worsening the situation. 

 

Another factor is that human beings tend to divide themselves in three kinds of social mentalities: tribal, family unit, and hive. We're a young species that is fundamentally confused, and the different layers of identity from national to ethnic to community and so on are just creating too much division and isms. 

 

As esteemed Romanian philosopher Emil Cioran once said, "I inhabit a language rather than a country" and language changes from context to context with code-switching, from how we talk amongst ourselves as peers, as employees and managers, partisans, family, and so on. The language mentioned above that demonizes and dehumanizes people is a language that we are inhabiting and creating a pseudoreality where everyone is merely an "other" and not worthy of empathy. 

 

I can't resist alluding to the highly esteemed and often underappreciated Robert Anton Wilson, but it is appropriate here: the Fnords* are controlling us. 

 

Spoiler

Fnord is the typographic representation of disinformation or irrelevant information intending to misdirect, with the implication of a worldwide conspiracy. The word was coined as a nonsensical term with religious undertones in the Discordian religious text Principia Discordia (1965) by Kerry Thornley and Greg Hill, but was popularized by The Illuminatus! Trilogy (1975) of satirical conspiracy fiction novels by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson.[1]

 

 

Main article: The Illuminatus! Trilogy

In these novels, the interjection "fnord" is given hypnotic power over the unenlightened. Under the Illuminati program, children in grade school are taught to be unable to consciously see the word "fnord". For the rest of their lives, every appearance of the word subconsciously generates a feeling of uneasiness and confusion, and prevents rational consideration of the subject. This results in a perpetual low-grade state of fear in the populace. The government acts on the premise that a fearful populace keeps them in power.

In the Shea/Wilson construct, fnords are scattered liberally in the text of newspapers and magazines, causing fear and anxiety in those following current events. However, there are no fnords in the advertisements, encouraging a consumerist society. It is implied in the books that fnord is not the actual word used for this task, but merely a substitute, since most readers would be unable to see the actual word

To see the fnords means to be unaffected by the supposed hypnotic power of the word or, more loosely, of other fighting words. A more common expression of the concept would be "to read between the lines." The term may also be used to refer to the experience of becoming aware of a phenomenon's ubiquity after first observing it. The phrase "I have seen the fnords" was famously graffitied on a railway bridge (known locally as Anarchy Bridge) between Earlsdon and Coventry (U.K.) city centre throughout the 1980s and 1990s, until the bridge was upgraded. The bridge and the phrase were mentioned in the novel A Touch of Love by Jonathan Coe.

  Discordianism

"Fnord" is a popular word with followers of Discordianism. Its use in the Principia Discordia predated the Illuminatus! trilogy by several years. It is often used in Usenet and other computer circles to indicate a random or surreal sentence; coercive subtext, or anything jarringly out of context (intentionally or not), can be labelled "fnord".

  Other subcultures

The term is also commonly used by hackers and programmers as a metasyntactic variable. It appears in the SubGenius recruitment film Arise! and has been in use in the SubGenius newsgroup alt.slack.

 

The rest of your post has been adequately addressed in the earlier parts of this post. 

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Did you write this hidden content? - no other author was given credit.

 

Ah - I see it is from Wikipedia - you should give credit for all content you did not write.

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Did you write this hidden content? - no other author was given credit.

 

Ah - I see it is from Wikipedia - you should give credit for all content you did not write.


The credit was there in the hyperlinks in the rich text quoted— you were too lazy to see for yourself and presumptive as usual. Links themselves are citations for Internet sites. An appendix or footnote is optional and more appropriate for other kinds of writing, Pointless.

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17 hours ago, moment said:

Considering that his inflexible, (will never change) hardcore base is 32-37% that says alot.

Even more disturbing than his rants and ignorance, is this base you allude to...

 

That there are that many people who not only tolerate, but celebrate him and his selfish, ignorant way, is a testament to how much dust covers our natural state as a nation and a species...

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13 hours ago, Spotless said:

Very few Christians are Christians anymore - conservative Catholics are old and dying off.

Take a real square look at what happened in Ireland the great nation of Catholics - pervert stories and murder simply became intolerable.
 

And just the other week the Boy Scouts once again were in the headlines filing bankruptcy for perversion once again and a pile of oncoming lawsuits.

 Just awhile back

look at the number one holiday destination over the past 5 years - meditation retreats, yoga retreats, healing retreats - and people consider these science based not ways to escape the devil.
 

The sewer mind of the dying religions is waiting to be shit on in a real way and a whole pile of Republicans don’t really care to be associated with the freak show - they did well under Obama, well under Clinton and in neither case did they have to go through a collapse. These people have kids - many of them listen to their kids - it’s hard to openly laugh off a pussy grabbing and constantly lying president right to their face and pretend to be virtuous and believe in a god worth a shit.

 

Democrats need to step up and into their balls - our species likes strength - the idiots are idiots and trump is a weak minded scatter brained jackass that needs to be fully and utterly treated as such in a very open way - in his presence wherever possible.

 

Biden is nothing to write to anyone about so unless he hooks up with Michelle Obama as his VP - we need to dim the lights and put trumps vomit in their face and the nations face and that of his godless sewer minded core followers.

All religions, philosophies, ways of life can become very abusive of others. The Hindus have slaughtered the Muslims, the Buddhists have slaughtered the muslims, the Christains and Muslims have been equal opportunity slaughterers of almost everybody.  Of course you have the Communists, Fascists and Capitalists being more efficient and slaughtering much higher numbers.

Blanket angers are bad and should always be divided into compartments.  Who is directly involved in what evil and what money and power is supporting them.  Most of the names that are seen publicly, would collapse immediately, if there was not continuing support for them.  

After WW II Fascism was starting to take hold in Europe but, it was stamped out largely by group 43.  

 

The 43 Group and Their Forgotten Battle for Post-war Britain

by Daniel Sonabend

 

Instead of being angry at entire groups, we need to take lessons from people like the 43 group and start learning to disrupt the ambitious, elitist powers that use those groups, for ends that are not in the interests of peace and freedom. 

Money and power that uses divisive tactics, to distract and divide people away,  from common goals in particular, should be held in high suspicion.

I remember a small, minority, mostly Christain, neighborhood that was having promises to them, being continously broken by the Chicago council members.

The council had been doing that for years.  Saul Alinsky advised them to all go and start using the toilets at O'hare Airport.  Travel got so snarled because of people that could not eliminate, that the council caved on all demands in a week.

Instead of being taken over by blanket angers we need to learn and organise at selective targets, that are often a few ambitous sociopaths, without which their larger groups would either collapse or become benign.

A good example:  The Tea Party would have been nothing if the Koch brothers' personal assets had been specifically targeted early on.  Almost all of the far-right Christain evangelist, talking heads could have been decapitated, if there had been a stronger look into their personal finances and habits early on.This is true of most malignant movements.

 

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I agree with this Twitter post! Not just a failure, but a sociopath wanting more power. He must believe this is his Reichstag Fire.

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, ralis said:

I agree with this Twitter post! Not just a failure, but a sociopath wanting more power. He must believe this is his Reichstag Fire.

 

 

 

 

He should go to prison for alot of things!

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4 minutes ago, moment said:

 

He should go to prison for alot of things!

 

Along with his family of grifters for starters. Then seize and liquidate all his assets, force him to pay back what he has stolen from this country and pay off every contractor that he owes money to. If that isn't enough, he must face all the women that he has raped, and sexually abused.

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when will the karma that should seemingly kick in, kick in?  Elemental forces of "mother nature" can be seen kicking in or kicking back in response to the abusive ways or neglect  of mankind or against her... although nature has absorbed a tremendous of harm over a very long time before kicking back... 

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Many of Saul Alinsky's beliefs were very different from my own.  But, there is no denying his tactical genius, I would strongly advise reading his "Rules for Radicals". 

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So people do not misunderstand my post here.  I believe John Loeffler (steel on Steel) is an evil alt-right enemy. 

But, I believe in understanding both sides.  Also, if you can get through mountains of poorly written trash, reading Ayn Rand is a good idea.  It comes under the heading of know your enemy.

Also, on the plus side "The Art of War" should be combined with "Rules for Radicals".

 

"Progressives and social justice warriors exploit the weaknesses inherent in the system, made weaker by pitting opposing forces against one another. They favor to use malleable innocents as their poster-children (literally) for their causes. Often the platform is couched in emotional appeals and framed to make any opposition cringe in fear of being called a “-phobe” or “-ist”. They oppose independent, morally strong, educated people because those individuals, especially in groups, can’t be manipulated easily".  -John Loeffler

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Will this crisis be the last gasp of the delusional right wing? End of “Disaster Capitalism”?

 

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His persistent insistence on calling it the Chinese Virus is another pointer to his evilness. It appears to me that he is attempting to set the stage for something that could potentially be even more deadly that covid 19. All the signs are beginning to appear indicating his desperation & impatience & ego deflation at being hampered by something many times bigger than him & one which he has no control over. This frustration most likely will overwhelm him. Before he goes under, imo he will use any means at his disposal to show the world (basically his world means his base) how tremendous he remains in the midst of this catastrophe by provoking a more tangible enemy ie China. #warpresident. 

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10 minutes ago, ralis said:

Will this crisis be the last gasp of the delusional right wing? End of “Disaster Capitalism”?

 


I fear the contrary will be true- the liberals are doing everything in their power to stymie the left which allows the far-right to outflank them by apparently offering some social relief normally associated with leftist demands. This is what the fascists did in Italy and Germany and I suspect it will work in the US as well.

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It would be an interesting twist, if coronavirus were to sweep through the aged population of those presently in power, setting the stage for a new dynamic to arise. 

 

One can dream, right?

 

 

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Rapid, deep, radical shift is what is occuring.

It's been rippling through the youth as they innately reject basic tenets of the existing system.

Now it's rippling through the comprimised in body and mind.

 

We're always shifting... but lately, it's radically and intensely more penetrating and pervasive.

 

systemic shift for the win.

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Manifesting a wrathful compassion that no longer favours humans, the ball is firmly in the grip of Mother Nature. For now. 

To be honest, I'm not confident she wants this supposedly most evolved species in the game for quite a while, until maybe... maybe...  she's satisfied this new blood pact to behave will be adhered to. 

 

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