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Moose_Antlers 1 point ago +1 / -0

IMO, stickied content should focus on the .WIN's namesake, the Great Awakening. A post becomes worthy of sticky if it helps people to awaken to the reality of the world around us. I'll define it broadly because I think we're all journeying through the process. Awakening isn't really an endpoint so much as it is a journey.

Examples of things that might be worthy:

  • Q proofs or theories, when properly substantiated, and clearly explained.
  • News articles, properly sourced and cited, (ideally archived or catboxed) that refer to topics involved in the great awakening
  • Social media posts IF AND ONLY IF they are immediately relevant to the Great Awakening and add something of value to the discussion.
  • Personal stories of awakening, when well written, and worth sharing
  • Humor! Comics, great memes, etc that help us find joy on this journey

Examples of things that probably aren't:

  • Links to some long video with no timestamps or indications of what's relevant to the listener. Paytriots sites are notorious for anonymously plugging their own content this way to try and drive viewers and revenue.
  • Links to some cryptic image with cryptic references with no explanation or attempt at discerning relevant meaning.
  • Social media posts of the endless, stupid, partisan bickering between celebs and/or politicos.
  • Racist (as distinct from racial, since race has been weaponized and understanding this is part of the GA) rants or commentary. Same for the Jewish stuff. Collectivist thinking and applying prejudices to whole groups of people based on the actions of only some is a problem. Individualize your criticism.

These lists aren't exhaustive. Mods can use discernment as well as anyone else. The mental health stickies from time to time are a perfect example.

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Moose_Antlers 2 points ago +2 / -0

Or is it just someone testing the web page tech and published something to the live servers that should've been kept off the publicly accessible page?

You'd use simulated data to test the website functionality.

If you look at the screenshot, there's a URL. I tried it. It is no longer active. My guess is they were testing tech.

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Moose_Antlers 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have a Twitter account. I created it in 2013 when I had a college professor who insisted on using it to announce when grades were posted following a test. He refused to send out an email notice or anything similar. So, you had to make a Twitter account and follow him. I still have the account, and it's exactly in the same state as yours, with nothing on it. I don't use it, having had no need to after finishing his class.

I would not be considered a "monthly active user."

As I thought about this, it would be possible for me to have a whole bunch of people followed, but, then because I never log in or interact with the service, my numbers would never change. No new follows. What Twitter gets their panties in a twist over and what the blue checks care about is the shifts in followers. Is a person popular and adding a lot of new followers. That can only happen with active users.

Empty accounts, but still actively managed? Sock puppet account or bot becomes highly likely. And it'd be lazy botters too. A proper bot will fill in the basics to try and make the account look more legit.

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Moose_Antlers 5 points ago +5 / -0

He didn't pick the name. Daddy did, ergo, daddy's the faggot in this case. FJB.

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Moose_Antlers 1 point ago +5 / -4

I'm not going to read the whole thread, but you seem to be in need of some education about basic biology. Women lactate after pregnancy. They will continue to lactate as long as they continue to breastfeed. It only takes a few days of not breastfeeding for the hormonal signal to turn off and momma's milk production stops.

If the baby's not ready for real food yet, you need formula. It doesn't matter why mom's not breastfeeding. Once she stops, she can't just whip out da tiddies and make it happen. She'll need formula until the baby's digestion is up to speed. No moral judgement changes the biology here.

Yes, it would be preferable if women didn't need it. Some do. We used to use cow's or goat's milk. Kids got sick with botulism (ie, the most potent poison known to man, botulinum toxin - botox). So, we started pasteurizing milk to kill the bacteria. Downside is that the high heat chemically changes the milk removing key nutrients the baby needs. So, if you want an alternative, you'd better live on a farm, or you've got to get a pretty complex recipe out and make your own, and be darn careful about it, because bacteria love this stuff, and the baby's immune system isn't firing on all cylinders. (Hence why the FDA's got its panties in a twist over this).

Now, yes, I can give you a recipe to make the stuff. The ingredient list is complex for any of the variants I've seen, but ultimately, we're typically asking busy working moms, often single mothers, to make this stuff, and get it right because a corporation wouldn't clean it's gear and no one in either bureaucracy gave enough of a shit to check in on it and ride someone's backside until they got the work done.

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Moose_Antlers 1 point ago +1 / -0

Credit is important. These people have worked their tails off for over a year to generate the content - that massive body of evidence of election fraud. It's not a small thing. It's the work of an army of patriots who are risking having the corrupt federal government crush them like bugs. These people should be duly credited. At the very least, mention D'Souza and Salem media for producing it. Faux wanted to cut that out. It's like presenting the Theory of Relativity and not giving credit to Einstein who developed it.

Sure, for us average Pepes out there, it doesn't really matter. We just want the info. But we didn't bust our butts for months to get the info, did we? Those people deserve credit. It's not a trivial issue and Mr. VP Know-it-All knows that. You don't promote a book without naming the author.

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Moose_Antlers 3 points ago +3 / -0

Watching other people's reaction is not a guide to how to feel. This woman's not telling you how to feel, just how she feels.

It's voyeurism. It's entertainment. Just like people slow rolling past a car wreck on the highway and everyone's rubbernecking and gawking at the carnage. We're not depending on any of this, we're enjoying watching it. We've come to view real life like it's some sort of sit-com.

The real issue is the people who feel the need to post it to feed the voyeurism. Those are the people who want to be watched, because they think they can influence others. And in that sense, the psychology is no different that crying out in the wilderness, trying to attract the attention of other fellow human primates to whatever interesting thing we managed to stumble upon.

Very little content is objectively delivered. We used to think the news was, but the press has always been biased towards the interests of those who felt compelled enough to publish the paper, write the book, short story, or essay, or film themselves on TV. There's selection bias in what we choose to tell others about at the very least. You really have to get into the Ivory Tower to find really objective discussion, and then, it's often because of a social norm more than anything else.

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Moose_Antlers 10 points ago +10 / -0

Interesting...

  1. Why would Trump have spent billions rearming and refitting the military only to now gut it in a massive downsizing/reorganization? The two efforts are contradictory.

  2. Why give up the combined arms supremacy that allows us to project power literally anywhere in the world at a moment's notice? Is the goal to destroy the influence of the MIC, and more importantly end the endless slush funds and expenses in maintaining such a force, even at peace time?

  3. The US is the world's pre-eminent naval power. We're the modern version of the British empire right now with our carriers. We keep trade safe around the world. If we cede that, it'll create a massive power vacuum that spec ops isn't going to be able to fill. You've still got to be able to get the spec ops to the battlefield, and evac them as necessary. We need an Air Force and a Navy. Can that be sustained without an effective basic infantryman who can hold the ground? This seems like a huge operational gamble, with potentially impacts on the world's economy.

  4. If all of this is predicated on secret weapons, at some point, we're going to be challenged, and those secrets will have to be revealed. The world will eventually find out our capabilities. Worse, we're inviting them to test by setting ourselves up to look very weak.

  5. If devolution is real, at some point, some logistics planner had to take a moment and think about how to undo the damage after the Deep State is gutted and destroyed. We're flirting with wiping out our seniors' life savings with some of this stuff.

It's interesting to theorize. I'm not sure I see nearly enough evidence to support the theory that this is anything but the controlled demolition the WEF/NWO/Davos crowd have been fantasizing about for decades.

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Moose_Antlers 4 points ago +4 / -0

He deserves the cross fire for this. He's saying the reason to get a vaccine is because it made him feel more secure. Vaccines have no effect on mental health. Therefore, what he experienced is pure placebo effect. He wants to believe it works, so it works.

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Moose_Antlers -3 points ago +4 / -7

A general practice doc has about 15-20 minutes per patient to see you, examine you, diagnose you, propose a treatment plan, and then document the entire thing in your chart. You asked a question. He answered it. You decided to argue with him, citing God only knows what. He doesn't have time to track down whatever blog you've been reading and debunk whatever some voice on the internet is claiming is going to cure all ills. He's not going to argue with someone who feels like they're the medical expert because they read a few articles they searched up on the internet - and now wants to argue with the licensed, board-certified professional who's been practicing for 25 years.

I'd quickly end the consult too. There's far too much to do and far too little time to get bogged down arguing with a recalcitrant patient who doesn't want to listen to medical advise, but instead just wants to argue. He gave you an answer. If you don't like it, get a second opinion. If you really think he's wrong and it's dangerous, you could file a complaint with the State's Medical Board too and really be a burr up his ass. He'll have to take time out of his day, losing whatever revenue he could've made, to go stand before an inquisition and defend himself and his medical license. Do keep in mind though, this is the kind of thing that'll get you fired as a patient.

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Moose_Antlers 3 points ago +3 / -0

Part of the medical community here. There are plenty of us still worthy of trust. Do not throw the baby out with the bathwater. The saying is "trust but verify," not "distrust entirely because you were lied to by some guy."

If you want/need medical advise, go to a doctor. Don't try and self-medicate. Far too many of us have given up far too many of the best years of our lives so we can answer those questions for you accurately. Be skeptical. Ask questions. If you're not satisfied, get a second opinion, or a third... as many as it takes until you are satisfied.

But I do guarantee you this, if your plan is to disregard modern medicine entirely until you're on death's door and then show up at an emergency department hoping for a miracle, there may be no miracle for you. Trust, but verify. If you're feeling spicy, give a shout-out to based healthcare providers who did serve you well and help us try and rebuild the reputation Fauci f'd up.

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Moose_Antlers 3 points ago +3 / -0

Be wary of bias.

  • The article cites TASS and RIA Novosti (both Russian news outlets, state-controlled)
  • The original source is a Russian general's presentation
  • None of the original documents from that presentation are shown

We've got a he-said, she-said between two parties who both have a strong motive to lie. One may be telling the truth, but this article doesn't provide the actual documents used in Kirilov's presentation, nor a trustworthy translation. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof, and right now, we can't even look at the proof because our vaunted "news" source CXTVNews, whoever the hell they are, didn't see fit to actually show us any of it.

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Moose_Antlers 5 points ago +5 / -0

The Russian Ministry of Defense has documented all of these accusations and published them. I cannot remember where right now, only that I've seen them. I don't read enough Russian to be able to effectively read or translate any of it with any accuracy, so all I could do was take the word of the translator (a Russian news agency), who would have an obvious bias. I wrote it off at the time waiting for confirmation from other sources. It got completely memory holed.

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Moose_Antlers 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'm keeping notes on these people. I'm voting against incumbents who do crap like that in my district in the primaries. I write their offices emails expressing my views (politely). If they still choose to support the MIC and the NWO, I'm not supporting them.

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Moose_Antlers 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm not sure what you're getting at here. This is pretty standard public health outreach work. They'll give vaccines, which is super easy to do. They'll also do rapid tests for HIV and HCV. My guess is that mobile unit was parked out in the ghetto somewhere in some "underserved" area of town and they're just trying to screen IV drug users who are at high risk of getting both diseases.

I did stuff like that all the time when I was in school. It's pretty standard student volunteer work.

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Moose_Antlers 3 points ago +3 / -0

There really is nothing to see here.

This is how the system has worked since, IIRC, 1992.

Prior to that, the FDA had been fully taxpayer funded. It was grossly underfunded and it could take years to evaluate a New Drug Application (NDA). It was horribly inefficient and the result was a lot of frustration that promising new drugs that could save lives were trapped in miles of red tape and bureaucracy.

So, we got a conservative solution. We asked the people who used the government service to fund it. If you wanted this government service, you had to pay for it, not different than paying a fee to enter a Nation Park which funds its upkeep. What emerged was the Prescription Drug User Fee Act, which is now regularly and unceremonious renewed every 5 years because it works.

So, if you file for FDA approval of a new drug in the US, you pay a fee which covers the cost of reading through all of that research, evaluating it, and making a determination whether that drug is safe and effective to be sold in the US as a prescription drug. All pharma companies pay such fees. It's not a bribe. It's literally just paying the government to employ competent scientists to evaluate a literal mountain of evidence, often thousands of pages, and make a recommendation to approve or not approve a drug.

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Moose_Antlers 2 points ago +3 / -1

I spend an hour a day kickboxing. It's excellent for stress relief. I highly recommend it. Even better if you learn a full art. Often there are meditative aspects of this type of training that clear and focus the mind, learn to work in a goal-directed way, help promote discipline and perseverance, etc. Some people take it too far and it becomes a quasi- or fully religious experience. For those who are deeply committed to a religion already, there is no need to take it that far. It can add to your faith, not replace it.

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Moose_Antlers 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is an interesting thought. Another, and this is a bit of a memory jog, so hopefully I'm remembering the details properly. The US has a ton of island territory all over the world. International law prescribes a certain economic influence radius around such islands that extends into the sea. The nation that owns the land owns the associated sea and it's resources. I want to say it was 2013ish, but Obama made a fairly quiet move to effectively double the amount of national park territory preserved as federal land. He did so by designating these ocean regions as national parks and nature preserves. The environmentalists thought it was great, and it got a day's worth of headlines.

Why it matters is that there are estimates into the trillions of dollars for the value of the resources in those ocean floors from rare earth metals to untapped fossil fuel reserves. Now they're all US federal property and completely untouchable, and they'll stay that way because they're now backing our busted ass currency.

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Moose_Antlers 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't think we'll get names. I think he's referring to CIA "fish." CIA has people with military background training Azov. That's been true since ~2013ish when Obama & friends used the Neo-Nazi group to foment the Maidan revolution and overthrow the elected leader. Yanushchenko's "crime" was in rejecting the EU and moving towards closer economic ties with Putin, so he go regime changed. Victoria Nuland quite famously in a leaked phone call was discussing in no uncertain terms how she was going to pick the next government of Ukraine.

During all that time, we've had CIA over there training Azov. Who are they, specifically? Some are Ukrainian, but in reality, they're mercs from all over Europe with far right (real "far right", authoritarian, not "constitutional republicans) beliefs. Although the Ukrainian army primarily still uses Soviet-era weapons and some newer Russian weapons, Azov are all well-trained on NATO and American weapons by American operatives. This was done in order to fight a proxy war in Donetsk in which 15,000 ethnically Russian Ukrainian civilians have been pretty much indiscriminately slaughtered. It's honestly weird to think that white nationalists are eagerly killing other white people, but Azov is full of contradictions.

Anyway, there were rumors that several French operatives (colonel-level officers, and intelligence officials) were killed during several desperate attempts to evacuate them from Azovstal steel mill. NATO would send in the choppers and the Russians just shot them down on the way out. So it's not just US. It's all of NATO involved in this horror show.

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Moose_Antlers 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm less concerned with the signs. They're quick to make and frankly I think the kind of people who'd show up to scream at the SCOTUS 30 min after such a leak are the kind of professionals who'd show up on command to just about any activist effort the Left put out. They're the professional activists, the ones with all the signs, the ones who make extra signs to hand out to people who just showed up, the people who show up with gas masks, milk for tear gas, etc in backpacks for a "peaceful protest."

These are the professional agitators who set the nation on fire in the summer of 2020 for Antifa and BLM. They'd damn well do it again over abortion or gay people or trannies or really any excuse really.

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Moose_Antlers 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah. Well, the demographics on abortion are something like 1/3 of babies aborted are black mothers, obviously a high per capita number. But the white women... how many of them are there to abort white babies, and how many of them are there because they hooked up, or cheated, or are just to ashamed to bring a brown baby back home to show mom and dad?

Abortion is a means of getting rid of the evidence, and I'm willing to bet an uncomfortably large number of these "liberal" white women fight so hard for the right, because it has crossed their minds that there are social consequences to playing around that they REALLY don't want.

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Moose_Antlers 4 points ago +4 / -0

These people are masters of irony and they don't even know it!

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Moose_Antlers 2 points ago +2 / -0

I thought one of the names was familiar. This is Peter McCullough's work. He's got a very clear bias as a "truther" on HCQ, ivermectin, vaccine harm, etc if you look at his other published work.

  1. The journal is legit, but it's a smaller one. It's taking a risk working with McCullough.
  2. It's a lit review, not any sort of causal proof of anything.
  3. While I haven't gone through the linked research in detail (evaluating this properly would probably require many hours to do), it does not focus on the main mechanism of harm usually suggested for the vaccines, which is the spike protein itself triggering effects on its intended receptor, the ACE2.

It's worth a look, but without some serious training in immunology, this is going to be very difficult to pick through.

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Moose_Antlers 5 points ago +5 / -0
  1. It was created by Anthony Fauci and a Chinese coronavirus researcher named Shi Xhengli "the bat lady." It was paid for by US taxpayer dollars via a multiyear grant signed by Fauci. Did someone put him up to it? I have never heard anyone suggest this, let alone present such evidence.

  2. It's absolutely being exploited and the people doing the exploiting have said so publicly and repeatedly. They see it as an opportunity to "build back better," to remake the world the way they want.

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