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Kunkussion 3 points ago +3 / -0

Or else the FBI can't proceed with their case to try to exonerate Biden. It makes the case that they never attempted to investigate, which we already know. Maybe they raided mar a lago for it, since it's possible Rudy didn't have what they were looking for, or even more possible, he did a fake out and already got rid of it after he looked at it and told people he had it.

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Kunkussion 6 points ago +6 / -0

People overlook or forget the credentials Bannon has. That's why I've listened to him probably the most

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Kunkussion 8 points ago +8 / -0

FBI raiding Mar a Lago puts the RICO case at the top of the list to be advanced to a higher court (Federal) since there was a clear violation of the 4th at the local level during the proceeding. I'll take it

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Kunkussion 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ignorance vs at least slightly informed war lol

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Kunkussion 2 points ago +2 / -0

If they wanted a civil war, they would be pushing much harder than they are. Civil unrest is as far as they want, just enough to keep you dependent on the state. Civil war is the antithesis of their objective, and it wouldn't be the best option in any scenario. Don't get distracted.

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Kunkussion 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fucking finally. I have tried to tell people for so long not to give any attention to that guy. Jeff Dunham gets on my nerves but this dude right here really irked me. I knew there was something up with him.

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Kunkussion 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can relate. It's the longest day dream I have been stuck in in my life

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Kunkussion 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's still a bit unclear to me, but it's fascinating to study regardless, seeing that so many different stories we read about the past through different religious texts and how they relate with each other. We have more than we know, truly. We just have to keep reading and understanding

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Kunkussion 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sure, I wouldn't say I have any distrust in him, honestly I don't fully trust anyone but God, lol. But he looks to be marketing substack more or less and is more of a bit of a blogger rather than a dot connector. This is why, even though Dave gets me with his quirks sometimes, he tries to introduce his ideas as theory and open ended. Bio feels like he's making predictions on things and sometimes it goes a little out of the range of logical sense (like how Flynn presents himself sometimes). He gives that "arbiter of truth" vibe, though I may be taking it wrong. I just see a lot of that style recently in alternative reporting. I still read his work because I appreciate any contributions to helping people think more, he's just not a go to person for me. That may change later, and there is a lot i agree with him on, just not so much the presentation. I don't think any of it is "hopium" that he writes I guess, because that's the flaw of the reader than the author. You don't have to believe anything he says if you don't want to, lol.

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Kunkussion 2 points ago +2 / -0

For me, it's Atlantis, Hyperborea and other lost civilizations, also the Sirius star system and other allied factions. It started with wanting to know more about the israelites and the info missing from common translations of the Bible. Finding the true origins of humanity and it's source of energy that the nephilim and the current "merchants" have taken from us. Current events are important, but finding out the truth about the history we have been forbidden to understand I believe gives us our greatest source of inspiration, besides from God himself. I believe white magic is quite possible if we find out how to master it.

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Kunkussion 6 points ago +6 / -0

I'm going to say it and I don't give a fuck; we need to stop shopping online at the rate we are. Unless you really have to, please stop. I think the reason why shipping companies are so disconcerned right now is because we are doing so much (what I would consider unnecessary) business online and there are not nearly enough people employed to handle the volume. I know one could say "aha let the market sort it out", but isn't that just passing the problem off instead of helping resolve the actual issue? Look past the politics of things and understand that indeed, we sort of created this problem. Online shopping has made people apathetic and dependent, not to mention the utter destruction it does to startups and small business.

Now particular to guns and ammo, I know it's getting a little more restrictive to find things, and that's it's own issue (that shouldn't be existing). But I think it's smarter to make smaller purchases in greater frequency so you don't run such a big risk of losing your order. Yeah, you might not get the deal you want, but at least you may be more likely to get your order. I know the postal service has their hand in it too, and I acknowledge that

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Kunkussion 0 points ago +1 / -1

Hmm, I've thought the same about bioclandestine. Not in any serious aspect but in retrospect

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Kunkussion 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hell, just Google "why is it raining more in 2022". Pages of results "because of climate change". But no mention of anything according to actual meteorology and atmospheric research.

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Kunkussion 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have physical PMs for now, not a whole lot but I prefer silver since it's a decent value and it's less risky to carry in a SHTF scenario.. What has the most value in life is how wise you are and how well you can adapt and survive. Money don't mean shit if you are dead or incapacitated. Learning a foreign language would be the second most valuable thing.

There are ways to exchange digital into dollars and such, brokers that allow whether it be a straight cash out or a rollover into a dollar for dollar investment.. The problem is, how long can these companies provide this service if the currency is so volatile? There's a very high risk in that business. I don't mind if people do it, I'm all for the individual doing whatever they want with their earnings. It's just not helping society at all, and further erodes trust, which has the highest value in society. No Trust, no worth in ANY currency for that matter, but at least PM and hard goods have tangible and intrinsic value

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