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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

If he gets tired of running, he could always duck into a corner and hide behind a mask.

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Mr_A 14 points ago +14 / -0

A couple folks chimed in, in support. It's gotta start somewhere.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

That was a great video link. Loved the iron man insert to gently explain the details of training exercises.

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm leaning that way myself. Seems like his most rapid progression was in Obama-time, and promoting him out of the chain of command dovetails with the traitor narrative. Especially after reviewing Esper's activities, and Trump's second tweet about it today. Even so, it's easy to make a mistake when you're far away, so I'll allow some time for more evidence to emerge.

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Mr_A 3 points ago +3 / -0

Interpretation of the word, that's all. You can control a chess board, or a battlefield, even while your opponent has freedom to act within known (and controlled) limits. Doesn't mean the enemy is gone or can't do damage. Certainly, patriot control is not absolute.

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Mr_A 10 points ago +10 / -0

I think this is fascinating. They are begging us to pull away the curtain and expose Biden as the Wizard of Oz. As long as you watch the screen, you're enthralled... but when you pull back the curtain it all breaks down.

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Mr_A 37 points ago +38 / -1

You're missing the point. Those individual hardships, as real and difficult as they are, were not actually caused by government: instead, they were caused by the knee-jerk reaction of company owners to a guy on TV. Remove the TV and the media, and the company had no reason at all to do anything. In this situation, Biden has so far demonstrated exactly the same power as the great and powerful Wizard of Oz, before the curtain was pulled.

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, and the bikini's "designer" used to be a "mechanic." Total comms. It's amazing the dome of deception we've been living in. If you haven't already read it, another post of his about dinosaurs will blow your mind.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

In the article, Kash doesn't specify China. He's speaking in universal terms about any enemy and any foreign adversary.

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Mr_A 4 points ago +4 / -0

Crazy, ain't it? Leaning against Milley tbh, just because his past promotions seem Obama-driven, and also because devolution dovetails so much better if you remove Obama military appointees from military command into civilian. On the other hand, the uber-wokeness looks like an absurd Hollywood script. Time will tell!

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Mr_A 6 points ago +6 / -0

Milley was one of the officers in the "calm before the storm" picture. (Many of the still pics crop him out, but the wide shots show him there, 3rd man on the left.) https://images.app.goo.gl/nfMtC9d1KQ1GrNKt7 Even in this post's linked article, what Milley demands is to be informed of all orders, which conceivably could be a legitimate exercise of his place in the civilian oversight of the military. Undisclosed calls to inform an adversary, or the promise to, would certainly be treason, but his statements of his actions indicate that while the calls did happen, they were regular parts of his duties, and reported.

It looks like treason at first glance. But there is still a possibility that he asked to be informed in order to head off potentially illegal orders, rather than to subvert the legal ones. Possibly making him a part of the sting to catch Pelosi or anyone else attempting to issue false orders. Another thread here had a rabbit hole of someone within the Trump administration (John McEntee) who had demonstrated the ability to successfully forge Trump's own signature. It would make sense to be hyper-vigilant, and to have a fail-safe, if that's the case.

Trump has said the overall story is false, while also confirming that IF the calls occurred as reported, it would be treason. He also said the book authors write fiction. Someone is on the hook, but it's like the end of a mystery novel. For now I'll wait to hear more.

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Mr_A 2 points ago +2 / -0

What books or sites do you suggest to research?

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Mr_A 4 points ago +4 / -0

Thanks for bringing this up. In more recent times, this thread extends to MLK, Malcolm X, and Huey Newton. The lines blur, but the opposing camps retrench each generation. And it runs through pop culture as well. The history is interesting and rich. From Paul Robeson countering Bill Robinson, onward to Beyonce's BLM preview. There's a reason MSM lionizes Muhammad Ali instead of Joe Frazier and George Foreman, unfairly painted as Uncle Toms by Ali and much of the media. I hate that term, and look forward to the day that those who use it would actually read the book. (For those who haven't read it, it's a great book: quick read, action story, and apparently with as much cultural influence as Star Wars or Harry Potter for its time. In the book, Uncle Tom is a very sympathetic character, and shouldn't be a term for "race traitor.")

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Mr_A 7 points ago +7 / -0

That's called constructive dismissal. The same as dismissal in the eyes of most lawyers. Harder to prove with a "bad, boring task" but unpaid leave is very clear.

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Mr_A 1 point ago +1 / -0

If someone went to a voting station and used the paper+touchscreen system, the one that lets you see a preview of the printout before accepting, did that get processed immediately, or do they save that paper to count later?

Or is it just the ballots, received by mail but hand-delivered to the polls, that are pending?

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Mr_A 7 points ago +7 / -0

Wonderful list as always. #1 is an obvious media boom with suspicious timing (i.e., the many potential witnesses were all waiting for Woodward's book?); could be, but potential alternate take here. https://communities.win/c/GreatAwakening/p/13zMZTBKBY/this-is-a-unique-thread-on-mille/c

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Mr_A 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thanks. But you're the one who apparently peeked two pages ahead in the script. Good post!

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Mr_A 6 points ago +6 / -0

Not sure if you've read Patel Patriot's breakdown. It lists fact after verifiable fact, and is a very compelling foundation for the devolution idea.

Theories like this post are outright and admitted speculation, which can quickly be overturned with new events, like the fans who were guessing how Harry Potter 7 would shake out while they were still waiting for book 6 to be released. This theory is tippy-top, though: especially as it seems that Trump has come out discrediting Woodward more than Milley. We'll all obviously find out more with time, as details emerge.

The Marshall Report has a separate theory of Trump using the insurrection act rather than devolution. Less compelling to me, but still pretty good. Let us know when you've turned the corner. You'll be in a good position to help us adjust if we're deluding ourselves, just as well as to help the other side once they realize they've been purposely deluded by others. But the opposing worldviews will eventually have to reconcile.

Keep in mind that most of us folks are not here for conspiracies, or to promote them. Instead we came here seeking truth, as we tried to understand a world that stopped making sense until we found this community.

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Mr_A 13 points ago +13 / -0

Keep in mind, the DS anticipated military resistance. A color revolution typically involves the existing power structure being swarmed and divided, potentially (and frequently) leading to armed conflict amidst a terrified and divided populace. If devolution had been disclosed and active on day 1, this would have been the scenario, backed by large swathes of the msm-hypnotized population. Devolution as we talk about it, where the legitimate government goes underground for a significant time, is unknown to color revolutions, at least in modern times, to the best of my knowledge. The current devolution is the military gradually uniting the population, to throw the illegitimate usurpers out militarily, but seeding the population with counterinsurgency tactics to produce a minimum of civil unrest while preserving the legitimacy of government.

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Mr_A 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have been told that asking for prayer time alone may help her break the hospital blockade against visits. Worth a try, especially if it's a religious hospital, as they may have a hospital chaplain who could intervene if it's initially denied. Prayers directed your way.

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