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jornado87 66 points ago +66 / -0

Similar thing happened with me, came home and roommate plus 3 of his friends were talking about 2016 election. I dont enter the conversation and am just making something to eat in the background. Eventually they ask me who I'm voting for. I say, "I dunno guys, kind of thinking about voting Trump." Instantly the entire room turns on me. I felt it shift. Out come all the MSM talking points and ad hominem attacks against me.

I'd been starting to get out of the liberal end of the pool for awhile before that. The way everyone revered Obama when he was clearly a huge piece of shit was a warning sign to me.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 29 points ago +31 / -2

They hulk out instantly at that shit. Sorry he scared you. Can I deck his ass for ya?

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jfk_cheated_too 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'm not sure "hulk out" is the correct term. Soyboy fags throw hissy fits and have a good cry.

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SwimmingHedgehog 11 points ago +11 / -0

Your story makes me feel not so alone… my girlfriend knows I am not a liberal, but I’ve avoided discussing anything that would start a fight because I am scared of the rage that will follow. Eventually something will cause this situation to blow up on me and I’ll probably be better off, but it’s nice to know that others can sympathize with me. I really wish I could show her the light, but she’s gone way the other way recently

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billbuckner 23 points ago +23 / -0

Fren, don't marry her. Find a like minded partner. They are out there. You need to have the talks with her now. If she is hard core liberal it will fester. Either that or you compromise and never speak your mind.

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SwimmingHedgehog 15 points ago +15 / -0

Any marriage with these differences would end up in divorce. Definitely not gonna happen, that’s for the best for both of us. The time wasted really bothers me, but it’s evident I will have to cut it loose

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numina18 5 points ago +5 / -0

do not be unequally yoked. This from the New Testament. Marry someone who has similar beliefs.

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VetforTrump 6 points ago +6 / -0

Dump her and never date a libtard again. My nephew just married one and she took 2 minutes to become the family moron once she opened her mouth. A 29 yo with a PhD in psychology, she is so full of herself it's a bit comedic. My nephew is in for a shitty life

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igoape 4 points ago +4 / -0

Psychology PhD? Oh dear.

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Dardar 1 point ago +1 / -0

ULTRA brainwashing. Yikes 😬 poor boy.

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SwimmingHedgehog 8 points ago +8 / -0

It’s crazy to me now after this much time anyone can still be asleep. This community always has a way of making me feel better. Thanks for the support!

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deskfan 1 point ago +1 / -0

Stop wasting time with this woman, and don't have sex with her. If she gets pregnant, you will be stuck with her in your life FOREVER

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 6 points ago +6 / -0

what did he rage about specifically?

because at the time, there were a whole bunch of lefty-libs who didn't like Hillary Clinton, and were only promoting Obama as the next best alternative.

so far it has worked.

knock on wood.

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Wtf_socialismreally 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wow. What a piece of shit.

My girlfriend and I don't see eye to eye on politics really, but she also doesn't care about politics. She just doesn't like that I get sucked into them.

Neither of us have ever gotten pissed like that because of a disagreement, yet from full blown leftists they act like you held their little sister brother hostage and shot their dog and go full on she-hulk towards you.

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numina18 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well, he is married to a man, so there's that for creepiness. The moment I first saw "Michelle", she creeped me out. So ungainly. Such weird dress choices. Even the kids were dressed weirdly. the colors! Off! Black and red for little girls? No! Then Joan Rivers blurted out the truth, and died for it. That was it for me.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 30 points ago +30 / -0

I remember the whole Obama phenomenon. Looking back I believe I was brainwashed. It became my belief system. Today I would never fall for that. I would notice the fact Obama literally formed out of thin air and suddenly entire media was lionizing this Indonesian jogger fucktard and voting for him and his hope and change were just the thing that you do. But this -

I say, "I dunno guys, kind of thinking about voting Trump." Instantly the entire room turns on me. I felt it shift. Out come all the MSM talking points and ad hominem attacks against me.

Is fucking scary. I went through that as well and have lost several girlfriends and even would be girlfriends upon that shit. It's brainwashing for sure but a lot of these people eagerly lineup to believe that. It's why I will NOT tolerate posts and threads here made by leftists trying to meme reeee forgive us

No. Fucking. Way.

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TaQo 17 points ago +18 / -1

I know... it's as if you blurted out every ethnic slur you know in rapid succession or something. That might actually garner laughter... It's shocking though. It's like knowing someone your whole life and finding out they were diagnosed with a mental illness (TDS) - and you're kinda naively in disbelief. Right? 🤪

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in_the_end_08 14 points ago +14 / -0

I'll give you something. My great uncle was a higher up psychologist in the prison sector for a liberal state. My great grandmother called him her little hippy.

After he retired, he went hard core conservative and swore he was brain washed into a liberal view.

Edit: this was before the wide spread internet by the way.

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CrackinZHeads 6 points ago +6 / -0

I heard from an old liberal "friend" today. She wanted to hang out after 2+ years of covid BS.. She's 72 and an old school abortion fanatic -- which didn't come up today. Seriously I am done with these people. I gave them 30 years of not saying anything, feeling dumb, out-casted. I made excuses and now I think I am ready to say to her face-- "I'm sick of your shit, you are crazy, ill-informed and I'm not going to tolerate it any more. No more small talk about your shit-lib daughter... I'm done and finally tell her the truth. Ya think?

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TennDenise 1 point ago +1 / -0

Definitely tell her the truth............I've done the same thing myself and don't feel one bit bad about it, in fact, it was freeing to finally do it...

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Mister_Winston 1 point ago +1 / -0

I feel the same way sometimes with my lib friends, and I'm still angry at them for supporting election theft, but I recommend attacking the ideas and not the person.

At 72, people start a phase where they lose friends/family and become more lonely. It just seems like the wrong time to bail on them if they're not evil.

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FractalizingIron 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe more effective without the profanity, but it depends on lots of factors. Definitely worth coming clean, though.

Best for her, best for you.

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Wtf_socialismreally 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sentence enhancers!

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FractalizingIron 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, when used judicially.

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Captainzoomer 31 points ago +31 / -0

So much for the tolerant left.

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 12 points ago +12 / -0

they are very tolerant, as long as you tell them what they want to hear.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 22 points ago +22 / -0

I was censored on Reddit for asking about Pulse Nightclub. Then I was called an idiot and a racist for simply asking MORE questions. That one single event sent me on a path that eventually had me finding Q.

Pottery. They just don't get it, do they

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 4 points ago +4 / -0

i don't get the pottery reference.

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BetterNameUnfound 6 points ago +6 / -0

It means "poetry."

Like how interesting became "interdasting."

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jfk_cheated_too 1 point ago +1 / -0

Right, like poetry except something somewhere is retarded. Like Amanda Gorman.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good. When you find where it comes from, leave there immediately

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JizmJunky 2 points ago +2 / -0

Reminded me of thomas sowells story how he was a liberal. In highschool i thought i was a liberal because i didnt trust the government and i smoked pot. I dont smoke anymore but it seems like the definition got lost somewhere.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 47 points ago +47 / -0

For me it was seeing how they treated Donald Trump. The guy was a former Democrat, and I was a Democrat. He was a former liberal, I was a liberal. He had said everything right and done everything a leftist is expected to do. Still they turned upon him. That, and their hypocrisy, and noticing that they sounded and were the same as the supposed other side was back in the Osmond Family days - right down to having blue hair and pointy eyeglasses, which they did, my parents called them blue hairs then - turned my stomach against them. And every day it got worse and worse until my soul could not take it anymore.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 12 points ago +14 / -2

Same here. The constant harassment and bans were what made me really start questioning and then come over to the other side. It's much more comfy here so they shot themselves in the fucking face. So be it. They lost their best people. (Edited to add this place better watch the fuck out as well because the Redditing of this website is WELL motherfucking underway and /pol/ is still better, so if they just DO want to lose half their readership and clicks and ad revenue as well as their best posts then fucking be my guest. Censorship of Qui will lead to this. It's no longer a fringe position. Entire world knows. That's part of the Great Awakening and even Q made oblique reference to it in the "not mentioned even once" Qdrop. So it's time for this place to show and prove: whose place are they on? Are they truly part of the Great Awakening or the Deep State? So happens Deep State is Qui. Silence people saying that, watch us all WALK, THE FUCK, AWAY. And yes this is a warning. /pol/ still exists, don't take this lightly)

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Thecloudsurfer91 3 points ago +3 / -0

I’m not following …? Are you referring to the new Q posts?

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FractalizingIron 1 point ago +1 / -0

"not mentioned even once" does not occur in any Qdrop that I can see.

FWIW, I don't think it's a threat to threaten to walk away from this board. THe assumption there is that the board has some ulterior motive. Comparing it to Reddit.

Did your experience at reddit hurt you, or hurt the cause of the Great Awakening, or of restoring the US govt to the People? No. It pushed you into finding Q and Trump.

So if the board pushed you away, hypothetically to a better location, how is that a loss? It's only a loss if the board's purpose is NOT in support of the GA, restoring the govt, or bringing down the cabal.

Thus, your threat is paradoxical. It presumes bad faith on the board. In which case, why are you still here? Shouldn't the board hurry UP and push you away?

Your thread and all the comments made sense to me up until this point, FYI.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 14 points ago +14 / -0

https://ibb.co/kBHWcJj

This was one of them, according to my parents. Mary Whitehouse was a blue hair in pointy glasses obsessed with controlling other people. Back then these people operated from the supposed "right" so they were prudes but the desire to control was right there. Now they are coming from the left so they are licentious oversexed psychopaths who want to rape babies and kids. Same people. Same glasses, same hair, same ideals. When my mother and father told me they called these people blue hairs back in the newspaper era I could not BELIEVE IT. They showed me proof. Now I'm convinced. Nothing has changed except what political aisle they claim to be headed from. Secretly it was and remains the same: the communist one.

Here's another. https://ibb.co/71TR6bF

Remind you of anybody? Personally she reminds me of Trigglypuff. That is Madelyn Murray O'Hair - the blue hair personally responsible for removing God and the Ten Commandments from schools. She did it in the Seventies. Read about her here.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madalyn_Murray_O%27Hair

These blue hairs haven't changed a BIT.

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ZerroDefex 16 points ago +16 / -0

The Cabal just reuses the same playbook in big cycles and suppresses history so that the next generation doesn't recognize history repeating.

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Mister_Winston 8 points ago +8 / -0

Madelyn Murray O'Hair was as dogmatic as any religious person I ever met.

I always recognized the left as a secular religion, but I never had any luck trying to tell them that.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

This, complete with eschatology: muh climate change, antichrist: DJT, and ritual sacrifice: abortion. They refuse to see this and I no longer care.

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Camden105b 3 points ago +3 / -0

The other day, I was parked behind another car that had a bumper sticker that said “Proud Pagan”. I wondered who on earth was this in my small town?! Yep—a Blue Hair old woman.

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TaQo 3 points ago +4 / -1

Nope. Losers that want cuntrol

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 9 points ago +9 / -0

never forget... /r/conspiracy never had a problem with donald trump, until after he decided to run for president.

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kekistani_prince 8 points ago +8 / -0

Me too, that opened my eyes to the media lies, then I went to college for instrumentation and controls engineering and got introduced to plasma physics and realised that most of high end science is not based on reality.

Covid-19 and watching the US election in real time cemented that there is a deep state and a conspiracy. The citizens reaction to Covid-19 control measures built the realisation that most people are trusting and reactionary animals, ready too soon and heard.

Reality is rough.

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WeAreThePlan 6 points ago +6 / -0

The way the establishment treated Trump was probably the biggest eye opener for me, but I caught on to a lot before then. I didn't trust either party. Both were corrupted.

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UltimateMastermind 32 points ago +32 / -0

I was never there but I am really glad you all made it.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 11 points ago +14 / -3

Lucky you and u/DildoSchwaggins. I fucking feel stupid. I fell for and believed so much of it. I was even a goddamned socialist. This makes me want to go back in time, find my old self and put a round in his fucking face.

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UltimateMastermind 14 points ago +14 / -0

Everyone has different starting point. Your surroundings plays huge role so it isn´t necessarily your fault. Still better then being 5-10 % lost forever. :)

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Cuetardian 6 points ago +6 / -0

No way. Many of us were right there with you. The important thing is that you were able to make the change when you got new information. You didn't just go blindly along with the herd because you were afraid they might not like you.

That is what matters. Don't underestimate the strength that took. And no rounds in face. Promise us.

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entwickelnden 5 points ago +5 / -0

i was raised conservative, but i think its much better and more amazing you were able to see the light. Its not your fault for how you started and how you were lied to, whats important is that you choose who you are, today.

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sleepydude 32 points ago +32 / -0

Benghazi

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Windows8866 20 points ago +20 / -0

Vietnam, Waco, Oklahoma City bombing, Libya takedown, the constant interference in the Middle East, George H.W.Bush mentioning “a thousand points of light” in relation to a new One World Order. I was a kid but the alarm bells began ringing. WTC which was embarrassingly easy to see it was a controlled demolition. During the 2016 primaries I remember Hillary Clinton walking across the stage with a microphone and she made a cold statement “and Christians are going to have to fundamentally change their views”. You don’t change your views if you’re a Christian and certainly not fundamentally.

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RealCleanUpPhilly 7 points ago +7 / -0

Dude right. I'd get carpal tunnel syndrome if I tried list the self-serving uniparty false flags.

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Windows8866 8 points ago +8 / -0

Dudette but yeah

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

I am curious if these thousand points of light he was referring to were and are CURRENT WEF MEMBERS

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RoosterHeadBad 11 points ago +11 / -0

I saw another post on here about that. It is an occult reference.

“ Fritz Springmeier cites a secret castle situated near the village of Muno in Belgium. This castle according to Springmeier, is a center of the occult and has a cathedral with a dome containing 1000 lights. The castle is referred to as the Mothers-of-Darkness castle and Monarch programming is supposedly performed on children there. “

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ZerroDefex 8 points ago +8 / -0

Could be the same thing, we've seen Klaus in his "wizard" robes and worse.

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Windows8866 8 points ago +8 / -0

Don’t know but deep in my spirit, I was very disturbed about it and didn’t know why. I do now

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Slyver 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, Benghazi.

This followed "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor."

I knew there was fuckery afoot after the consequences of Obama Care (which I was initially for), but like you, it was Benghazi that really made it clear there was something seriously fucked up in the control structure of our country.

I thought they were just all "above the law." "The King can do no wrong" sort of thing. I had no idea of the larger system of control that caused that to be the case. Not until the 2020 election.

It was the 2020 election that completely changed my life. I wasn't pro-Trump, though I did vote for him (both times, but the first time only because he wasn't Killery). When he lost, I thought "oh well, the world will keep spinning, even with a dementia patient as President."

But it was the way he lost...

I'm a data analyst. The math didn't make sense. The math was impossible, so I dove deep into the math. I looked at the data, ran the numbers, and calculated that the odds of the election being legit, based on the data, was less than one in a googolplex.

That was when I knew. If it couldn't have been a legit election, that means someone controlled it on a national scale. For someone to be able to control it on a national scale, someone, some entity, some hidden control structure, had to pretty much control the whole world. It took me about a month from the beginning to the end of my initial wake up period, while I was finding the data and doing the math, to find Q.

A few days after the last Q post.

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TDanonDJTJR2024 29 points ago +29 / -0

When Bernie Sanders was cheated, it awoke the Sleeping Giant that is 4chan. We were all kinda split but most of us wanted Bernie to win. He was cheated out of the nomination and it ignited the entire Internet with cries of fraud. Every man woman and child on the Internet got their shovels digging for information. And by God we found it....

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 22 points ago +22 / -0

I was one of those autists at /pol/ who slagged Bernie Bros. I apologize. I admit I was ignorant but now I see. I don't completely trust him (three mansions, no refunds; that is in fact where NO REFUNDS as a meme came from, it was us on /pol/ fucking around with you guys) but you were ahead of us, way ahead of us.

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Snake 28 points ago +28 / -0

I was a Bernie bro until:

  • Bernie was cheated (we assumed but didn't know for sure)
  • WikiLeaks released loads of emails
  • It was proven that Bernie was cheated, his donors were defrauded, and Democrats not only rigged their primaries, but thus in the process subverted American democracy
  • And worst of all, Bernie fucking endorsed these cheaters after all of it
  • And after that, he cried Russia as an existential threat to our democracy with no proof... yet he was dead silent about the proven cheating by his own party
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CherokeePede 15 points ago +15 / -0

"And worst of all, Bernie fucking endorsed these cheaters after all of it"

This right here is how a LOT of people wake up. Seeing how they all just go along with the corruption and pretend it didnt happen. Makes you immediately have to confront 1. Are they in on it. 2. Do they care so little about doing the right thing over theor politocal carrer and 3. Are they not doing anything cause DC is THAT corrupt, they know it will go nowhere.

I personally wish all those that have been cheated side with Trump, if even only to get rid of corruption and give their own platform a fighting chance.

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inspoken 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah, Sanders woke a lot of people up. If he was control op, an idiot who didn't get it or an honest guy who was threatened, doesn't matter. He woke a lot of people up. If it wasn't for Sanders Trump may not have won 2016 so in that way I thank him. Can't trust a word he says after he endorsed the wicked witch but he did play a role.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Bernie is clearly in on it, every time he loses a presidential run he gets richer but somehow Bernie Bois can't see that.

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inspoken 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well by now yes but I'm not so certain he started his 2016 bid with that in mind. He would not have drawn the sort of crowds he did back then if he wasn't authentic in some way. (Though I agree his ideology is flawed, I do think that, back then he really believed it. Also listen to Trump's opinion of him back then. He calls him "crazy Bernie" but never implied that he was corrupt like the other Dems. That's a good summary for how Bernie was until the 2016 DNC convention)

My theory is that with new people, the Clinton machine uses threats & after that, "sweetens it up" with money. If they take the money they are forever bound by blackmail. If they don't take the money, they are dead. Bernie didn't want to die. Something about his voice changed after that. I couldn't stand to listen to him from that point on. Something about him wasn't authentic anymore. So I can't hate him. He's a fool who got in over his head & then from then on, was too afraid to not obey the godmother. I certainly can't stand to listen to a word he says anymore & yes, I agree that he's controlled.

What Bernie should have done back then was secretly meet up with Trump, tell him all this, beg him for protection & then endorse Trump. Maybe cut a deal with Trump where Bernie is head of some sort of agency where Trump & he both agree on. There must be something. Bernie was too stupid for that. Or who knows what. By now yes, he's a useless old fart.

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Cuetardian 2 points ago +2 / -0
  1. They are blackmailed/threatened into silence
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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 10 points ago +10 / -0

This kind of stuff, along with the houses he keeps mysteriously acquiring a few months after each forfeited run a la Ralph Nader, are why I and /pol/ remain firmly on the No Refunds side where he's concerned. Also he nose too many things. Never trust a nose. Ever.

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SoMuchWinning45 6 points ago +6 / -0

Also he nose too many things. Never trust a nose. Ever.

Fucking loooool

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Suckitreddit 7 points ago +7 / -0

I think Bernie tapped into a lot of truth about unfairness and corruption in big business.

We need to also face the fact that his solutions are what we have now. Government/big business making tons of money together...the little guy getting screwed.

We don’t ever hear that Stalin was evil. We have cool Mao t-shirts, Che T-shirts...we need to dislodge the idea that these guys were revolutionaries and freedom fighters for the little guy. It may have started w that. But it only ever ends w the little guy getting crushed, starved, killed...and the architects of the revolution living like kings.

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TDanonDJTJR2024 3 points ago +3 / -0

oh don't get me wrong i am now aware of how fking idiotic bernie is

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getkek 3 points ago +3 / -0

What do you think about the state of /pol/ now? Do you think the recent rumor surfacing about unsavory embedded links in png files is real? Essentially the premise being FEDS have been tainting the meme pool there for months. There was a whole thread on it yesterday.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 7 points ago +9 / -2

It's slowly dying. Same problems as here. Leftists have targeted it, glowies have targeted it, chicoms have targeted it, and qui has certainly targeted it. Also too young a userbase, basically summer children and nu/pol/. Still even with this it's freer and better than this place. I like it here because I'm done with porn and /pol/ relies on booba etc to bait my eyes, and being here is kind of a relief in ways because no booba leading in every new thread. This said: /pol/ is completely anonymous (kek sure). It keeps your info and you can be found for fedposting for sure but at least it doesn't ask for your email addresses like these faggots.

Also far fewer boomers there. They get chased away quick. Here you have to wade through boomer hebrew nonsense and FB tier posts like omg my dead kid my dead dog and (today) my dead cat, and at /pol/ that shit would be attacked venomously and rightfully so. It's also weak on race realism here and you absolutely positively can no longer name the grabblers here. Red fucking flag. How can you talk about the DS truthfully when you are disallowed from even naming who they are? How is this different from blebbit censoring the word groomer?

Guess what, GAW: it's NOT.

Stakes too high nowadays for this type of bullshit but this site allows it which is why many of us will likely head back to albeit flawed but still sort of anonymous, never asking who you are, never asking for a password, and naming the qui good old /pol/. There are leftists in both places but at least autists know it and fight them. This place is like a cross between FB and Blobbit. Unless corrected ultimately doomed. I don't feel like arguing with my masked grandpa and there is too much of that shit here.

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Rpaddymac1 5 points ago +5 / -0

What I don’t get here, is that it reads like you and a few others were into bernie the self professed socialist. Am I reading that correctly? I also noticed that in those combined statements, no one actually called bernie out as a socialist scumbag, just that a few were concerned that he acquired(suspiciously) a couple of more homes. That’s it? No concern of him being a worthless socialist pig? About how bad and destructive socialism is to anybody? I’m curious if I’m reading this incorrectly.

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stevethefish76 4 points ago +4 / -0

I would have voted for Bernie if Trump hadn't come along. I was tempted to register Democrat to vote for Bernie. I was raised Republican, have always been anti-socialist, but since I'd given up on the "American Dream" That was destroyed and with the rampant unemployment in the Bush/Obama years, I moved to Japan 10 years ago. I was horrified of the TPP, and for a while it seemed like only Bernie was speaking out against it. I hated abortion and socialist crap, but I was prepared to vote for Bernie to hopefully block TPP and figured that America was screwed regardless. The GOP was happy about outsourcing jobs to India with the philosophy that businesses should just do whatever they want to please the shareholders, and after voting in vain for people I hated (No Name McCain, Mitt Mormomney), I figured America was doomed regardless. Then I found out Trump was in play, and PJW did a video on how Democrats made a commercial, thinking it was cute to have kids use the F word and say "Trump should shut the F up!". I then knew who they were scared of, and then I learned that Trump was also against TPP. I knew who to vote for then.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

I was a bonafide socialist. I thought him being socialist was just peachy. Since coming over to the smarter side, now I can't go there. I just can't.

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Rpaddymac1 4 points ago +4 / -0

Ok, perhaps you could bring that part into the conversation as well for another point that is absolutely connected to this thread. Me being 58, and raised against communism and socialism for very clear and apparent reasons, as I lived through the Vietnam war, the South American socialist domination and the Reagan years where I thought I wasn’t going to see thirty because of nuclear war. Well, I sit and ponder as to why the younger generations have a fascination with socialism. Hell, I could have my Venezuelan wife give you guys the run down of the run down caused by this false ideology. I mean you can witness the effects of it in real time today. That being said, after reading much more of your comments, I realize that you’ve really have awakened to the truth and have realized your past as being severely misguided, which we all are to some extent or another in our youth. Thank you for your awakening brother! Stay strong and fight on for Freedom!

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citrouille 3 points ago +3 / -0

If you're talking about the Jews I think it's fine to express your dislike of Israel / Zionism / whatever here. It's just that the site attracts different breeds of shills, one of which pushes for that stuff hard so it gets correspondingly banned.

I agree this site is like a cross between FB and plebbit but I don't think it's doomed. Boomers need a place to hang out, too (and I'm not a boomer :). Bear with your elders because you're going to become a boomer too someday and then maybe you'll understand them better. When I see stuff like that I mentally filter it out and move on, much like the porn and random tangents/___posting on imageboards. Maybe it's easier if you think about it like that.

the only difference is you can call people joggers on imageboards straight to their face and sadly you can't do that here

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getkek 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don’t know enough about it or pretend to, you are probably more knowledgeable than I am. From what I could discern from the thread, many of the anons were surprised meta data wasn’t stripped out upon uploading, many thought that had always been the case. Still, some argued it was stripped out, but a few posted sample images that contained their test / proof info that it was not. Interestingly those tests didn’t deal with the base 64 injection that was/is supposedly hidden in pngs and gifs and can’t be detected.

Anyways, while I am new to that place, even I can see a change in content over the last 6 months. Tons of degenerate comments, likely to drown out real thoughtful discussion. But some real gems can be found.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

And the png file thing has been in existence forever. We've always known that. You want to become really afraid look up what an MAC is.

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getkek 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hmm, do I want to know? Are we talking MAC addresses? Unique serial per device?

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

That is correct sir

And jannies have been harvesting them continually. They absolutely positively do.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Anyone with basic network knowledge knew about MAC addresses, they're what makes computer communication possible and were never a secret.

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czarina123 26 points ago +26 / -0

I liked Bill Clinton when he was President but then started questionning his motives. Once I started going down the Clinton rabbit hole, I never looked back. And Hillary is so easy to dislike. That was a very long time ago.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 17 points ago +17 / -0

You're better off than me bro. I believed in Barack Hussein Obama. Voted for him first term. By middle of first term I was asking serious questions about him and what I had done. By second term election I was out of there. (Edited to make believe past tense.)

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czarina123 15 points ago +15 / -0

He did put on a good act and that's why a lot of people liked him. I was much older and jaded by the time he came around.

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ZerroDefex 18 points ago +18 / -0

Being from Illinois I remember when he first was elected Senator, first time I had heard of him was flipping channels on election night and seeing his victory party. He was NOWHERE as eloquent and smooth back then, fast forward a couple years and suddenly he was running for President and sounded like a totally different person, I knew right away that he was a Manchurian candidate.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 13 points ago +13 / -0

Guess what my dad showed me. Everything Obama is and does and especially the way he gives speeches is a total rip-off of Seventies UN Ambassador Andrew Young. Listen to some of Young's speeches, check out his voice. Can't unhear. It's fucked up as hell

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah I was a kid. But one who still deserved a bullet to the face.

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jfk_cheated_too 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Act" is an interesting word. Compare Obama's speech patterns to Hugh Laurie in "House" and you begin to realize Obama's accent is not right.

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

And you have AOC whose accent stumbles when she pronounces her fake first and middle names.

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jfk_cheated_too 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sure but what I was referring to is that Obama's American accent is clearly a voice-coached product. English is not his first language.

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Suckitreddit 13 points ago +13 / -0

I didn’t vote Obama, but I really did hope that his election would finally help blacks feel like they were fully enfranchised in America. Thought he may build consensus and brotherhood. I WAS WRONG.

I voted for that traitor Romney. AND I WAS WRONG TOO.

I voted for both Bushes, AND I WAS WRONG.

Many people would hold their nose and voted for the lesser of two evils. But that really wasn’t good enough. What is happening right now has been needed for decades.

What gives me great consolation...old school liberals, like Naomi Wolf, Bret Weinstein, I think Dr Robert Malone, all believe in freedom as do many in the right. It seems the ends of the horseshoe are actually closer than the end to the middle. Just different strategies. I hope that we all can really debate strategy in the future to better all.

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Wtf_socialismreally 2 points ago +2 / -0

A lot of people believed in him.

They used similarly racially charged playbooks with him too, but obviously he had opponents that were either on his side or too pussy to stand up to him, unlike Trump.

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

With Obama it was kayfabe, most of the racial attacks were staged to drive the blacks to him and prey on liberal white guilt.

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TakeItBack 3 points ago +3 / -0

I never liked Clinton. Something about him, that sagging lip, his facial expressions...never sat well with me. I didn't like any of them before or after him either. Detested the kenyan.....again, something was really off for me with him. I think I voted Ron Paul in that "election." POTUS has been the first president that I've admired and respect.

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OneMoreTim3 2 points ago +2 / -0

Funny! I liked Bush Jr at first until the Patriot act and mega spending. Then came that darned rabbit hole....

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czarina123 2 points ago +2 / -0

9/11, and everything that came after, changed a lot of people's perceptions.

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Fatality 2 points ago +2 / -0

We most have woken in the same timezone.. between gulf war, Wako, and Clinton's 'i did not have sexual relations with that woman' was the early awakening for me.

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CherokeePede 18 points ago +18 / -0

Hillary siding with Bush on going to Iraq with zero cause. And afterwards, not going after them for war crimes. Thats when I knew Carlin wasnt joking. Its a big club, and it needed brought down. Trump was the first one that came along that was actually going to wipe the slate clean for the people. Watching how they villified him just solidified what everyone thought of Trump. The depths of illegality they will commit to, to protect themselves proved how much they all need to go.

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GA_Logic 11 points ago +11 / -0

Pelosi said she wanted to bury the hatchet and not go after Bush. That was a sign that they were all part of the club aka Deep State.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

This. Also wayyyy too many pictures of them all laughing and drinking champagne together

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Windows8866 5 points ago +5 / -0

Amen. Carlin knew!

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Kokonut 16 points ago +16 / -0

I think my friend, who is a big conservative, planted the seed about 15 years ago. I remember having a conversation with him and I was telling him that Fox was right wing, msnbc was left wing, and cnn was right down the middle. And he just looked at me with a little smirk and said “Eh I don’t think so man”. I respected this guy at the time and it made me think. Shortly after, I went down a 9/11 rabbit hole. Fast forward 15 years, 1 spiritual awakening, and a few break downs, and I’m way more “awake” than he is. This is not a left vs. right war. I do believe conservatism is the way in that regard, but you need to understand that everything you’ve ever known or believed is a lie. You need to accept that and understand it in your heart. Then go from there. These people are sick.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Good fren there, bro. Hope y'all stayed in touch

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Narg 16 points ago +16 / -0

When typical lefties stopped being compassionately anti-war and (honestly) anti-racist and instead began showing actual malice -- [Only] Black Lives Matter versus the '60s civil rights movement, vicious cancel culture, etc -- that's when I stopped assuming most liberals were well-meaning but misguided in many areas.

Now they're malicious and bizarrely wrong about everything.

But even in the '60s (yes, I'm that old) it was obvious that the giant government "solutions" to already diminishing or non-existent problems -- LBJ's entire Great Society, for instance, the War for Peace in Vietnam (AKA, Christmas for arms manufacturers and undertakers), and more -- were wrecking America rather than improving it. Not to mention the horrors we were inflicting all over the globe.

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HenryTheRed 15 points ago +15 / -0

Scams. Covid, election, pedo cover up, how they treat the right vs left.

I used to be a lefty. Watched mad cow, npr and other sources. Then Bernie won, but lost. HRC had dinner with every mainstream reporter. Matt from NBC, “if he wins we all hang” HRC yelled during one of like 3 media events.

Around 2012 Dems started talking. It will be illegal to be a republican. Dems make good on their promises. You just had to listen closely.

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RealCleanUpPhilly 15 points ago +15 / -0

I was also wearing a Phillies Baseball cap which is red, and someone cam running up to me to tell me off for thinking it was a MAGA cap. He was drunk, and high, and you could smell that fact pretty readily. I realized that Dems are emotional toddlers. His friend pulled him away. I said, "Game is today, friend." He looked confused, lost, angry, and very sad. His empty gaze, like an animal, not a man, forced me to go farther in my criticism of the Dems. They create and exploit the emotionally vulnerable for votes, for clicks, for eyeballs. They care nothing for their suffering, which is evident. I realize that Q saying there are people that can't be reached is stone cold analysis of the problem. I was already registered GOP at that point but still had consideration of the leftist point of view, mostly out of a sense of fair play. But it was clear that Dems were going to fight dirty, cheat, smear, defame, frame, and attack us.

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Icepck 16 points ago +16 / -0

I had an experience wearing a red hat too! It was a hat I bought from the golf course while traveling. I was loading my clubs back into the rental car and this dude drove his jeep up behind my car, mean mugging me. When I turned to face him he saw the front said "san Marco golf course" or whatever, instead of maga, and quickly drove away. His face changed so quick when he realized his mistake. I wore that hat for a long time after that.

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sackofwisdom 7 points ago +7 / -0

There was a huge span of time where having any kinda of MAGA info on your vehicle would mean having your property damaged.

“Silent majority”

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 11 points ago +11 / -0

The empty gaze. SSR Eyes. Fluoride Stare. They all have it. It's Mockingbird shit for sure but we can't feel pity or give a damn, these people would gulag us. I've realized this is a war. They declared it, so it's no longer our guilt or our problem.

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SevenThunders 14 points ago +14 / -0

Many years ago I attempted to go to school in the communist utopia of Berkeley CA. They had rent control, a common communist strategy, that made it unprofitable to build housing, as it is to this day.

As a result for several quarters I was homeless. No housing was available and any that was was still pretty pricey. This cured me of leftism forever. I will always understand a leftist as someone who nearly destroyed my life.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 13 points ago +13 / -0

Starting and running a business did that for me. It would cure almost every leftist of communism but that's part of why they disallow and discourage that.

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Rpaddymac1 9 points ago +9 / -0

Believe me that’s an agreeable truth! Try being a General Contractor in California. It’s nothing but fees and taxes, backed up by onerous regulations and useless paperwork. If you’re not big enough you’ll go bankrupt playing by the rules, most never play by the complete rules.

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SevenThunders 2 points ago +2 / -0

I feel your pain. I rented in Oakland for several years myself. I couldn't imagine living there now. It's a criminal paradise.

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Sumsuch 13 points ago +13 / -0

When I participated in Occupy it became clear to me that the entire event was structured to deliberately instigate a violent conflict with the police. Instead of fighting them I just walked away and slowly found myself aligning more and more with conservative values over the next decade, until I eventually became part of the alt-right around 2015. Lots of people, even conservatives, aren't aware that "alt-right" was originally supposed to identify those of us who still considered ourselves liberal but felt the moral obligation to resist the current left wing politics. Then the media co-opted the term in about a week because that message was a little too spicy to allow into the public consciousness.

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stevethefish76 5 points ago +5 / -0

And that dickbrain Richard Spencer claimed to be the figurehead of alt-right. I'd never heard of him until his "heil Trump" roman salute video. That guy is such a glowie, Judas goat SOB.

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

I had never heard of him until it was brought up that he endorsed Biden in 2020.

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dildoschwaggins 13 points ago +13 / -0

I never was with them…better late than never though. Welcome frens one and all to the Great Awakening!

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Mister_Winston 13 points ago +13 / -0

I was never a liberal, but I remember my childhood vividly. Mainstream media and entertainment of the 80's and 90's always characterized good Christians like my parents as the problem with the world. So while my parents are doing charitable work and helping their fellow man, the left was promoting wanton infidelity and drug use while smearing us. From there it always felt like us vs a world of liars.

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AstroKat 13 points ago +13 / -0

For me it was March 2020 after watching Trump’s daily pressers and then watching CNN and MSNBC blatantly lie about what he said. By mid-April 2020 I knew where all of it was going including the jabs, depopulation and finally could see that it was a global conspiracy and all planned. Oh and I always despised Obama. He’s such an obvious narcissist with sociopathic tendencies. How could people not see that?

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

watching Trump’s daily pressers and then watching CNN and MSNBC blatantly lie about what he said. This

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

I never understood what anyone found charismatic about Obama or Bill Clinton.

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rickynottricky 13 points ago +13 / -0

When they tried to normalize pedophilia, they have since moved on to Cannibalism...

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rickynottricky 3 points ago +3 / -0

er I was never left, but tried to be in the middle

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Playing in the middle of the road gets you run over.

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rickynottricky 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yup, I vote on issues and am not tribal. I'm PRO-Life, so I'd not vote pro-choice. That has become my number one issue since seeing The Silent Scream Documentary almost 30 years ago before then I put little thought into that issue.

The second issue is the whole child sex trafficking, I was a victim as a child and don't support anything other than an adult to adult hetero sex. So I won't vote pro-gay anything ether.

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inspoken 11 points ago +11 / -0

When Bernie Sanders kissed Hillary's ass to the dismay of his followers

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

This in bold

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Winstonw 11 points ago +11 / -0

One big thing that’s ignored: when did you realize there was no real conservative “right” side of the equation, aside from RINO bitches?

It took Trump exposing them all to truly wake me up. The illusion of choice is very powerful and has been used to divide and weaken us forever. True knowledge is knowing the game is rigged and we are here to expose everything.

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FractalizingIron 3 points ago +3 / -0

This. This post deserves a companion post.

I still had hope and expectations for my country's "conservative" party until 2020. Oh, I knew the globalists and the cultural marxists were working hard to infiltrate, but I still believe the "Christian conservative" side of the party could win out and be victorious over them.

But as 2020 rolled on, and the "Christian, conservative" Prime Minister of the country refused to buck the Covid narrative, and failed again and again to take a stance against the state Premiers that were ripping the country's people and social fabric to shreds, then slowly, I woke up to the truth. By the end of 2020, I could see it clearly for what it was: the so-called 'conservative' party in Australian politics was every bit as compromised and false as the Left.

My experience is mirrored by hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Australians. 2020 and 2021 blew the facade of the face of politics in the country. Millions voted with their feet.

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Winstonw 2 points ago +2 / -0

I feel bad for you Aussies. Disarmed and royally screwed. Keep fighting!

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FractalizingIron 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hmmmm. It's not like that at all. It's really not.

In the end, the weapon is merely an extension of the fighting spirit behind it. Without that fighting spirit, the weapon is ineffective. The Aussie spirit is waking up big time. We've been royally screwed over, but we are by no means royally screwed.

Win, it's the Great Awakening. It's worldwide!!!

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Winstonw 1 point ago +1 / -0

That’s good to hear. I was under the impression that you were loaded into vax camps and held against your will.

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FractalizingIron 1 point ago +1 / -0

A large area in the north of Australia is called the Northern Territory. It's not a state, but rather, as a territory, doesn't have the same governance structure as the states.

It is the least populated division, and is home to a large proportion of the indigenous folk. The Australian indigenous, as is the case in many other areas where the Cabal came in and rode roughshod over other peoples, have suffered and continue to suffer a lot of dysfunction, including alcoholism, domestic and sexual abuse, child abuse, etc.

During 2021, we heard reports that people dressed in some sort of uniform that some mistook for Australian military (which it appears is not the case), were entering into indigenous communities - particularly those outside of the towns - and forcibly injecting folk, and bringing other coercion, such as threatening to shut of social benefits (aka support funds) etc.

That's probably the worst of the mass coercion content in terms of truly, truly nazi-level stuff.

Aside from that, the measures all around the country were ridiculously severe. Such measures did include being forced into quarantine camps for people who returned from overseas, etc. Not forced as in rounded up and pushed in at gunpoint, but forced as in the national measures stipulated that if you arrive back from overseas, you had to spend x time (usually 2 weeks) in quarantine regardless of condition or symptoms. Which, by the way, is a gross violation of our constitution.

In my own city, with a population of 5 million, in 2020, there were some several thousand cases, and due to gross mismanagement by the state government of actual quarantine processes, around 900 'covid deaths' totalled the whole year.

However, we were in over-the-top lockdown, only one household member allowed to go shopping only 1 hour per day, people were only allowed 1 hour 'exercise' outside of their houses each day, and in groups of no more than 2, masks were mandated everywhere outside the home, businesses all shut down, schools shut down, a curfew implemented (9pm to 6pm) unless you had special permission due to 'essential work', only 'essential workers' allowed to travel to work, and all travel restricted to around 3.5 miles from where you live, unless special permission or special conditions (aka caring for an elderly relative).

We went in and out of these lockdowns all through 2020 and 2021. Even little kids went to school for a few weeks during 2020.

Over those two years, probably about 65% plus days were in such lockdowns. In my state, we had around 7 lockdowns in total.

Truly, truly totally nuts. (our speculations were that the globalist cabal were using us as a test case, to see just how much a society could be pushed down till breaking point).

But, the reports of people being rounded up, forced into camps, forcibly injected, etc, etc, were by and large very isolated incidents that got blown out of proportion (like everything else during 20/21), giving a very mistaken impression to our compatriots and dare I say comrades (no, not commie comrades) overseas.

My states was by far the worst, but the others soon implemented equally stupid and over-the-top restrictions and mandates.

But all of this also woke a heck of a lot of people up. At the height of the nutsiness, after injection mandates were implemented and the local state Premier (similar to a governor) wanted to enshrine emergency powers into legislation, like a wanna be trudeau, Victorians came out on force. So many awake.

Just watch this video. This was November last year, after the lockdowns were lifted. Rallies like these grew from around 7000 in October, to around 25,000 the next saturday, to around 100,000 the next saturday, then this the saturday afterwards, and this went on for a few more weeks.

My friend, the video journalist, started going against the march while recording when the march arrived at the destination. The march was around 1.9 kilometers long (1.5 miles) and when it arrived at the destination park, people were STILL leaving the start off point. My friend sped the recording up to 4x. Going against the flow of the march, it still took him 30 minutes to reach the end. So, around 1 hour if he stood still.

It's a sight worth seeing!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB91GepJHxI

A lot of Aussies have slipped back into complacency, sort of, but a heck of a lot have been woken up. Based on voting results from a federal election earlier this year, we estimate around 20%+ of the population has woken up to the globalist uniparty agenda. That's massive.

So, we're still fighting.

your solidarity means the world, fren. Thank you.

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Winstonw 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for the first hand account of the truth. Much appreciated. I wouldn’t worry much about voting numbers because all the machines are rigged anyway. I’m sure the percentages are much higher than you are led to believe. Keep fighting!

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FractalizingIron 2 points ago +2 / -0

You're probably correct. Either way, for the first time in Australian history, there was a massive swing of voters away from the major parties aka the two-party system. Very few Freedom candidates got through, but the real story is that in the public, there was a massive swing away from the Establishment.

We'll keep fighting!

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

We have video showing that some were but for whatever reason it never got into full swing.

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Analophigus 10 points ago +10 / -0

Kavanaugh trial 👍🏻

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RaidenPLS 10 points ago +10 / -0

I’m an enthusiastic Trump supporter from rural Eastern Kentucky. I was a huge Howard Dean supporter back in 2003-2004. Back then, I was more anti-Bush than anything, but I identified with the Democratic Party for what I regarded as its populism: It was the party of Jefferson, Jackson, FDR, and Kennedy. The party of the people, the working class. But during the Obama years, I became very sensitive to the increasingly elitist, very snobbish and highly condescending orientation of modern Democrats.

A decisive moment came during the primary debate where Al Sharpton (that fraud!) famously challenged Howard Dean’s position that the Democratic Party should be the party of guys with gun racks and Confederate flag decals on their pick-up trucks (the pre-Trump stereotype of the white working class). Howard Dean was dragged over the coals for this position and Al Sharpton, I believe, persuaded the Democratic Party that the white working class who were unreceptive to their ridiculous economic and social policies were irredeemably racist, beneath contempt, and not worthy of political outreach. It really was a turning point of sorts for the modern Democratic Party. Hard to believe now that Howard Dean, who is now just another D.C. Democratic mandarin parroting party talking points about “Russian interference,” was once a fresh-thinking moderate outsider from rural Vermont, and that Al Sharpton (later rehabilitated as an oracular MSNBC talking head) was something of a pariah and certainly not taken seriously… At any rare, following this consequential exchange, no longer were overtures to the working class regarded as prudent by Democrats. You can see how Obama was embraced as the supreme avatar of the modern Democratic Party that came to embody this fundamental viewpoint, and how it set the stage for Trump and the stunning upset of the 2016 presidential election. The primary defeat of Bernie Sanders by Hillary Clinton was the final straw for me. With nowhere left to turn in the Democratic Party, I turned to Donald Trump—who speaks the language of the working class and who shares their fundamental values. I embraced the common sense “America First” ideology that is incredibly regarded by academics, Democrats and bureaucrats as “controversial” and “fascist.”

I see now that Democrats are obsessed with academic credentials and speak in labyrinthine jargon. These things are markers of class and prestige for these shameless snobs. The elitist Democratic Party is now virtually indistinguishable from the administrative class of soulless bureaucrats that is strangling everything in the West. Woke ideology and cancel culture is their cudgel against the working class they claim to represent but not-so-secretly loathe. They hate the residents of Middle America who were suspicious of their great champion Barack Obama, and who subsequently betrayed them by embracing Donald Trump. The left will never forgive the working class. Their contempt is explicit. Hence, I now recognize the left as my enemy. Simple as.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

I identified with the Democratic Party for what I regarded as its populism: It was the party of Jefferson, Jackson, FDR, and Kennedy. The party of the people, the working class.

Agreed. This was why my parents were dems and also what got me.

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FractalizingIron 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Dems are the part of the working class in the same way that the Politburo was the champion of the proletariat.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

I can hardly talk with some of my uncles anymore as they are obliviously in denial over what the Democrat party has become and talk like they're mentally stuck in the '90s ignoring how much it has changed.

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sackofwisdom 3 points ago +3 / -0

I remember my Dad showing me the viral “Dean scream” hit piece and giggling about. Think he found it from Dredge Report.

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Beerleague 10 points ago +10 / -0

Wikileak drips/DCCC/Podesta emails did it for me. Fantastic emails that should have been front page news and all they said was 'email scandal'. Not pizza related handkerchief... not Bill is still dickin bimbos... I realized if they were lying/avoiding that... then they could be lying about EVERYTHING else. I re-evaluated every belief I had... and still am.

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PelosiSux1776 9 points ago +9 / -0

When Hilary bitched that women voted Trump bc of their husbands. Like fuck off, you’re supposed to be a feminist? What a joke!

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demonite10 8 points ago +8 / -0

Bernie

He was an outsider to the uniparty, Trump was too but I was a dem voter at the time and actually didn't know that

Bernie folded to Killary faster than a cat gets high on catnip

That's when I knew(at the time) that we're all fucked

Thankfully, Trump was the actual outsider I was looking for. Without r/CBTS and r/greatawakening, I would be very very lost right now

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SumnerClassDestroyer 8 points ago +8 / -0

Gamergate was my awakening. Watching the media take the side of SJWs on tumblr was what really opened my eyes to the media's true agenda. And well, here I am.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Welcome, kek

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RealCleanUpPhilly 8 points ago +8 / -0

I lived and worked in Philly, with the supposed victims of the left's constant attempt to intervene in their lives, and saw that the money was mostly stolen by the Dems and almost always just made the situation worse but a constant false narrative of woke empty value signaling, Empty value signaling, bad science, corrupt lazy academia all promoted a leftist slant and ingored the data. Dems glossed over these facts and insisted anyone questioning them was the problem. After this went on for years I realized that the Left is the problem.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

How many years did it take you? (You can disguise the answer if it identifies you) For me, it took two. Began questioning Obama end of first Obama term, really began the shift 2016-2018.

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Fefifofumdrum 8 points ago +8 / -0

When I saw the gay BS that was being pushed across the education world. Felt like whatever these people were given was never enough.

Then I read "Madness of Crowds" by Douglas Murray, a UK-born gay conservative. 🤯🤯

Was completely done with them at that point. It's always about pushing the wacko agenda further and further.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

I had forgotten this one. The stuff they did to that baker opened my eyes in a big way and was a key component to why I tossed them down the shitter.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

If you share your story be vague. Don't include anything doxxable. Thx.

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sackofwisdom 5 points ago +5 / -0

Don’t be afraid of them!

Fear is how we got here.

This is literally the only place online I don’t use my name in my handle, and that’s because it is a carry over from a shit post handle from Reddit.

https://gab.com/stevencasteel/posts/105528315239611379

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FractalizingIron 2 points ago +2 / -0

That is one heck of an awesome pic, fren. That maga spirit just oozing out yo pores. Well done.

Signed, anonymous on the web for 5 years plus. Old habits die hard.

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lightindarkness 7 points ago +7 / -0

It was the Clinton presidency, but i had to be reawakened several times before it stuck. Coming from Chicago and knowing more details about Obama from people who know things about him directly, the stuff that went down during that first election was eye-opening and frightening. The propaganda where they were making kids listen to broadcasts of him at school and talking about getting kids to rat on their parents.

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g8rb81 7 points ago +7 / -0

When the doc used his left hand to spank me.

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sackofwisdom 2 points ago +2 / -0

That’ll teach you for being born!

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Stray_Dog 7 points ago +7 / -0

For me it was when Obama went back on his promises and got involved in Syria.

I wasn't necessarily a Dem at that time but I defiantly leaned more left. That was the first time I saw loud and clear how much both parties loved the war in Syria. I was so angry and stopped caring and declared I would never vote. I was reawakened in 2015 by Trump and have followed the man ever since.

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Mike_S1 7 points ago +7 / -0

I've always been awake I guess. Never even considered the dark side. Back in the day, they were called Rockefeller Republicans. Busy body do gooders who thought they could run your life better than you. In the late 60s and early 70s, the infiltration accelerated and within 10 yrs, the Demoncrat party was born, bought out, infiltrated and consumed by the Rockefeller leftist ideology.

To all those newly awakened as John McClane said: "Welcome to the party, pal!"

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Donny_Fiasco 7 points ago +7 / -0

9/11/2001

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

Damn bro. Straight up hard core. Going to admit here 9/11 is what broke the program and got me thinking, but I didn't know what bucket to drop those thoughts into until 2016.

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Donny_Fiasco 4 points ago +4 / -0

It made me open my eyes even further { I had already read the book about jfk, "High Treason"as a kid} , which led me down many many paths.

I'm not republican either. I guess it turned me into an anarchist first, then a constitutionalist.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Constitutionalist. Tbh that is what I have become.

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TakeItBack 1 point ago +1 / -0

That describes me as well; neither D nor R or probably any of them have a clue what our founding documents say, what government's true purpose and duties are and how to bring things back to that.

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VaccinesCauseSIDS 6 points ago +6 / -0

when they are done with you, which is any moment.

the moment you take the wrong side on any issue, BOOM unfriended.

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WhyAserverWasBuilt 6 points ago +6 / -0

I was kicked off AOL and had no internet service in 2005.

I learned during the Kerry / Bush campaign in 2004.

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PhantomStranger 6 points ago +6 / -0

I was never really a liberal, but my time in college tried to veer me that way. The 2008 recession killed that stone dead. I voted against Osama Bin Bama both times and was angry that he still managed to cheat his way into the White House. Thank God for Donald Trump.

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ZerroDefex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Somehow I came out of college more conservative than when I went in, I saw how truly insane the liberals are and received so much validation of my beliefs.

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PhantomStranger 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, it's pretty eye-opening.

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FuckCommies 6 points ago +6 / -0

Waco.

It's been a long haul for me.

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Bigfred 6 points ago +6 / -0

Been Right since Carter.

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MammasAlwaysRIGHT 5 points ago +5 / -0

When my parents defected communist Romania and made me in Chicago.

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FractalizingIron 2 points ago +2 / -0

Those who are first shall be last, and those who are last shall be first.

It's the Eastern Europeans everywhere who can see the stench of communism long before those who have lived in the affluent, "free" West.

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youknowthething76 5 points ago +5 / -0

The second i learned what the left was, maybe age 12?

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teamshred 5 points ago +5 / -0

For me it was the vaccines. I’m late to the party. Sorry guys. You were right!!

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GA-Peach-Patriot 5 points ago +5 / -0

Wait... are you a former liberal or a former democrat. I believe they are not one in the same. Lots of democrats do not cotton to the far left liberal agenda.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 6 points ago +6 / -0

Nah they do bro. The ones troubled by that agenda are no longer democrats but en route coming over to this side. And most would object by now to the D title. Do you? Or don't you?

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GA-Peach-Patriot 6 points ago +6 / -0

I don't know...I have a close friend who is a democrat...he hasn't crossed over but he knows the far left liberal agenda is for shit. Maybe this election cycle will be different. I think if he really got down to brass tax, he'd realize that he is fiscally conservative but socially liberal...what does that make him...a libertarian?

As for me, I've never been a democrat or a liberal. I've always just been a country loving, God fearing Patriot.

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MissMAGA 4 points ago +4 / -0

Never considered myself as liberal or conservative prior to the awakening. Always thought the two party paradigm is BS. Registered as unaffiliated until GEOTUS entered the political scene which was when I registered as a Republican to vote for him in the 2016 primary.

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xchainlinkx 4 points ago +4 / -0

When they tried to get Hilary Clinton elected.

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ZerroDefex 6 points ago +6 / -0

Ties a bit into what Patrick Gunnels said, "I was an atheist until the Devil showed up."

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DagnyDocket 4 points ago +4 / -0

2008 primaries. Called a racist for supporting Hillary over Obama and asking wth the Hope and Change was about.

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ImpeachXioBaiDen [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Ask? How Dare You

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nobody could give me a clear answer on "isn't it racist to vote for a guy just because he's black?"

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Wtf_socialismreally 4 points ago +4 / -0

When the Hillary Clinton stole the nomination and Reddit flipped like a light switch from trashing on her and praising Assange to shitting on everyone who voiced the same thing they did a day prior.

It's stunning when your opinions and morals stay the same, but suddenly everyone around you instantly inverts theirs because they're told to (or they're bots).

Nothing disillusioned me with my peers more than that in my life. The shock of it was so sudden and hit so hard that I couldn't deal with it anymore.

I remain classically liberal with a conservative edge, and I hate the two party system.

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Barrabbas 4 points ago +4 / -0

I was in a bar and my favorite band walked in. It was a mexican anti white racist band. But I was their biggest fan right? So I walked up to them and told them I had all of their albums. The lead singer looked at me like I was the biggest piece of shit he had ever seen. I stopped being a leftie that moment.

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PepeSee 4 points ago +4 / -0

I was sort of unprincipled random (but generally "soft left" like be nice/subjectivist type stuff respectively) grab bag politically/philosophically in college (early-mid 90s). Combination of libertarian friends and an Objectivist who got me into Rand fixed this.

(Edit: the irony of libertarianism and Objectivism being somewhat at odds is not lost on me btw.)

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Mcmurdo32 1 point ago +1 / -0

How would libertarianism and objectivism be at odds? Aren't they basically the same thing? I think Objectivism places a stronger emphasis on capitalism, but still wanting as little government as possible.

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PepeSee 4 points ago +4 / -0

Rand was "not a fan." Here's a couple excerpts on the topic....

(Also note, I say "somewhat" because a) I don't necessarily agree with her take fully (sort of, this would take a lot longer to explain than I have) and b) I have my own gripes with libertarians (e.g. open borders/trade when the reality is those don't make sense).)

http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/libertarians.html

Edit: One concrete example I have is aforementioned libertarian college friends, the one I eventually got back in touch with (he found me on LinkedIn after some time), basically is moderate Republican who thinks the answer is not someone like Trump but a moderate so we can all get just along. (I broke off communications when he started bloviating about Trump and his "cult of personality" and all that.)

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Mcmurdo32 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks. Saved to favorites. I've always said that conservatives aren't libertarians because, as covid private business mask and vax mandates displayed, occasionally conservative oversight is needed to protect individual rights from infringment by other private parties. We can't always just choose not to associate or do business with such. Yet we can ally with libertarians on a great many points.

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PepeSee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah the thing is, there are a couple areas where conservatives need to learn from libertarians (e.g. drug war) BUT there are way more areas that are opposite (libertarian policies would give the game away so liberty would be gone). One position we can progress from, so we have to get to that position first....

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ZerroDefex 1 point ago +1 / -0

The open borders shit is one of the big things that soured me on Libertarianism, if you don't defend your borders you don't have a country. I gave up on it entirely when I realized that leaving others alone is self-destructive when they won't leave you alone and the left will just consume all if unopposed, it felt like the Libertarian Party was designed to make people into pushovers.

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PepeSee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah basically (as Rand observes) some are anarchists - well that's the fastest way to tribalism/statism. Then the border thing, 100%. The other big one for me was that open trade also sounds like a good idea, but no one wants that to be fair either, and it's never in the United States favor - something DJT actually did/will do something about.

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BetterNameUnfound 3 points ago +3 / -0

September 11, 2001.

That day began my gradual journey from leftist peacenik to warmonger conservative.

Donald Trump and Q transitioned me from warmonger conservative to a nationalist that realized we're ruled by pedophiles, war is a scam, and we're ruled by pedophiles.

I've had to change my entire worldview twice in my life.

But it had to start somewhere.