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Space_Monkey 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah but it's done via the Wrench Attack Vector.

Not because they have secret backdoor access, like they would for a bank account.

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

Things would have been better if he won?

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Space_Monkey 5 points ago +5 / -0

Bad lawyer? Or bad judge?

Actually a bad lawyer is grounds for appeal, I'm pretty sure. But I don't think it was his lawyer. The judge wouldn't allow evidence to be presented for defense.

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

Why do we say posts go "viral" online? It just means something that spreads rapidly. In this case the "virus", the thing that spread rapidly, was the idea that there really was a pathogen that was making people sick.

I remember when I first learned about viruses by reading an encyclopedia as a kid. It didn't make sense to me how something like that could arise naturally - not quite dead, not quite alive. It all makes sense now.

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Space_Monkey 5 points ago +5 / -0

Virologists have their own definition of the word "isolate" that is very very different from the definition that the rest of biology, or common sense, uses.

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

Article III, Section 3:

No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.

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Space_Monkey 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's not a bill. It's just the ATF making up new rules to force down everyone's throats.

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm going with RFK Jr. I think he would be perfect for the role and if anything happened to Trump the DS would be dealing with the nephew of the president they assassinated 60 years ago. Also think of the name recognition of a Trump/Kennedy ticket. With Biden and the whole D party going down in flames soon, it would unite both sides.

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

I agree with all that and think that's a strong theory.

It makes sense when you put together the history of events from the launch of Bitcoin to now. Are you familiar with the scaling wars and the BCH split? I was just learning about bitcoin during that era and watched the takeover by Blockstream and the simultaneous psyop on the culture to twist the narrative to support keeping 1MB blocks permanent.

I think that decision crippled what bitcoin could have become, but the counterinsurgency angle has me thinking maybe that was part of the plan.

In my opinion, the current tech known as BTC (which has been radically altered from its original design), and the accompanying corporate infrastructure that has built up around it since the split, is destined to fail because the limited block size will drive fees to unmanageable levels and eventually all UTXOs under a certain amount will become unspendable. TPTB either do not understand this, or if they do they don't care because they think it will discredit "Bitcoin" (as a brand) so they can roll out CBDCs.

https://youtu.be/IG8ZeRvxYIA?si=hMqeh19u5U3v5XQs&t=508

The scenario in the video could happen, I think, because the Cabal owns Blockstream so theoretically they could force Bitcoin Core to fork to Proof of Stake and deprecate the old Proof of Work chain. If that happened, all that hashrate for BTC would immedately switch to BCH and BCH would quickly become the dominant chain.

BCH has been successfully scaling on chain and added support for lots of things that have been developed on other chains, things that can't be done on BTC because of the limited block space. There's also XMR which is the closest to true digital cash.

Any thoughts on this?

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

Curious: are you typing it as "BitCOIN" in reference to the idea that it's a counterinsurgency?

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Space_Monkey 2 points ago +2 / -0

In this case, I doubt the guy was CIA, but he said he had worked in high level "nation building" projects in the middle east during Bush 2. He said at one point he discovered that the entire North American continent had not been properly claimed, so he claimed it. Then started his project to fill vacant offices. It was during Trump that I found the group and followed because it sounded interesting, but the more I listened the more red flags appeared. He had about 25 different websites with mile-long domain names and random info scattered throughout, half the links didn't work, and when people tried to research what he was saying in the meetings they couldn't find what they were looking for. When they complained he told them "it's there, you just didn't look hard enough."

The group was trying to start their own currency and called it the Continental Dollar. They had cash notes they traded amongst themselves but they wanted to digitize it. I tried to tell them about crypto but they hated the idea and the main guy thought he could run this currency from a WordPress plugin designed for loyalty points, and he fully believed it was going to destroy bitcoin. My pushing the crypto idea was what got me banned.

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Space_Monkey 3 points ago +3 / -0

I came across a group a few years ago that was deep into this subject and actually was in the process of recruiting people to claim these vacant offices and re-form the states under the Articles of Confederation.

The thesis was basically that the Articles were not properly disbanded since they require all states' unanimous consent, and therefore the Constitution was improperly ratified and, according to them, invalid.

It turned out to be a shitshow because the leader who called himself the Postmaster General was an insane narcissist who attacked and belittled anyone who tried to challenge him on anything. He would publicly call them a communist infiltrator, kick them out, and make up some story that he caught them doing something nefarious. There were a lot of good honest smart people that were trying to study the subject and ask questions but had to leave because of the drama.

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Space_Monkey 7 points ago +7 / -0

I heard someone shout "12 years of Trump!"

And he looked at the guy and said "you're right, but don't say that too loud."

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Space_Monkey 3 points ago +3 / -0

Maybe you are right, technically, but consider this:

Trump had the national mall packed for his inauguration. There were millions of witnesses.

Biden held what was essentially a private inauguration where the only witnesses that weren't half a mile away on a rooftop were his own cadre. Can anyone credible really attest that Biden was properly inaugurated?

Trump's inauguration is unquestionably valid, Biden's has had questions since day 1.

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Space_Monkey 3 points ago +3 / -0

The 20th Amendment specifically says the president's term ends and their successor's term begins at noon on Jan 20.

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