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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not even saying I disagree with you. That was just the thinking that putting capital punishment on the table = perverse incentivizes pedos to kill their victims.

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TrueRenegade 0 points ago +1 / -1

So wait, is it just Minimir that's the source? Because from the video posted from the LNR of the alleged incident leaves something to be desired. I have never seen or heard of a "hospital" with only two stories outside of maybe rural Africa or the very remotest parts of the Pacific. Plenty of clinics, but not hospitals.

Given that the fact that the source is the same collection of grifters and (literal) spooks that gave us mUh ImMiNeNt GeNocIdE!!!11!!! with ~50 total fatalities in the past two years, a figure consistent with their/their twin brother's own freaking statistics, gives me a few questions, to say the least.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

About time. Might be too little, too late, but definitely better late than never.

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TrueRenegade 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, I was gonna mention that too. I don't remember the SC case, but I was/am pretty sure that capital punishment for anything short of homicide (for civvies normally anyway) counted under "cruel and unusual punishment" constitutionally.

Besides, wasn't the reasoning that it just perverse incentivized diddlers to murder their victims outright for even the chance of avoiding it?

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's what I have to assume too. I'm certain that before he left the first time around, that smirking cocksucker Lula begged his buddies to leave behind some insurance should he himself or one of his later puppets get it in their heads to try for a power grab like back in '64 to deter any WH action in the process.

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TrueRenegade 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's not out of the question at all. Foreign muscle will (in theory at least) have less attachment to the local politics and populace they're suppressing. The Roman emperors did it all the time and they weren't the first, nor would they be the last by any means.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

It absolutely does apply to all of them:

  • It's not even just the diddling that's a symptom of the rot in the Vatican; it's the centuries-old infiltration of gnostic-Hermetic sects and their "secret (literally diabolical) knowledge"
  • The Protestant sects are also obvious; cults like the Mormons and JWs aside for now, the dividing-and-ruling, the heresies and apostasies, and SRA (shared with the above more often than not) are all symptoms of the enemy's infiltration and corruption
  • The Eastern Orthodox always had issues due to their proximity to the Middle East and influence from Greco-Roman mysteries and eastern systems seeping in and with divide-and-rule tactics paralleling, probably surpassing anything in the Protestant world; but we actually have proof that a lot of them have been/are under the outright control of what literally amounts to a satanic mystery cult and has been since the days of its neckbearded founder.
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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

You know how the formula is government investigates itself = government finds it absolutely did nothing wrong?

It's honestly more damning when someone investigates government = government still did nothing wrong but the whistleblower turns up dead anyway.

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TrueRenegade 5 points ago +5 / -0

We should never forget that everything Adolph Hitler did in Germany was "legal" and everything the Hungarian freedom fighers did in Hungary was "illegal." It was "illegal" to aid and comfort a Jew in Hitler's Germany.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some crime(s) or another that each of them committed, I'm sure. Recalling Poppy supposedly saying that they'd be chased down in the streets and lynched if the American people knew what they were doing.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

Given daddy's quote about the PRC being the way of the future and the fact that there's already a 1.5 version of Eastasia already online, I don't know why you would expect any differently, OP.

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TrueRenegade 3 points ago +3 / -0

The OSS-CIA and FBI were technically parallel developments to the Gestapo/Abwehr/et al.

Paperclip was about scooping up not just useful folks, but according to Fritz Springmeier, the scions of already elite/occult bloodlines for future use.

If you really want to dive through this rabbit hole with what we can confirm however, look up who the fourth president of Interpol was.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good start. Now do the rest of the CPV.

Ever since I learned about it, it always infuriated me how the Dems stabbed the Vietnamese people in the back.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kirill, the Russian Orthodox Church says Putin is a 'miracle of God...'

Fuck this chekist scumbag and general worker of iniquity.

It's only natural this antichrist and WCC bigwig has been butt buddies with fellow antichrist Bergoglio for decades now.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's kind of an understatement though. More bluntly, but more accurately, you could describe them as "the bitch of the government and always has been." Even more than the neighbors, I mean.

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TrueRenegade 1 point ago +1 / -0

Where are people getting these numbers from?

Western estimates/analysis and the Ukrainian MOD. I don't believe those numbers either exactly, but given how they operate, how much equipment has been destroyed, how much time has passed? They're way closer to reality than the Minimir bullshit they love touting.

Why do they still believe it?

If you've only lost ~10,000 total troops, why would you try desperately to mobilize c.200,000 in the first wave and up to half a million for the second?

Training and equipping that many, even grunts, is expensive. To say nothing of specialists like artillerymen and tankers.

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TrueRenegade 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh, zero doubt. I'm certain it's some generational shit too: Notice the Marian mockery in her stage name (along the lines of a black mass) and that she's elevated to the status a goddess by TPTB and the fact that one branch of her family (her grandfather IIRC) were local bigshots back in the old country. You know, Italy, where all manner of dirty shit's been going on for millennia.

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TrueRenegade 2 points ago +2 / -0

As far as what they were intending, I'll just leave this here:

Al-Bakr appointed Saddam Hussein as Vice President upon attaining power in 1968. In 1976, Saddam (who had never served in the armed forces) took the title of general in the Ba'ath party's Popular Army and rapidly became the strongman of the government. As the weak and elderly al-Bakr became unable to execute his duties, Saddam took on an increasingly prominent role as the face of the government both internally and externally, eventually becoming de facto leader of Iraq some years before he formally became president.

On 16 July 1979, he stepped down, ostensibly on health grounds, and Saddam assumed the presidency in a move that was widely regarded as a formality. It is commonly believed, based on accounts of witnesses, that Saddam forced the president to step down under threat of being removed by force. Immediately thereafter, Saddam had several top members of the Ba'ath party arrested and later executed under the allegations of espionage.

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TrueRenegade 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm genuinely surprised there aren't "fun camps" prepared for them out in the jungle yet where Lula's enemies are "dealt with."

I remember seeing on Brazilian Twitter a video about a prominent "democratic socialist" bragging about how they were going to start shooting "reactionaries" soon.

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TrueRenegade 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's so transparently obvious. C'mon! Can't they change it up a little at least?!

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TrueRenegade 3 points ago +3 / -0

Or from Humans Have Feared Comets, Other Celestial Phenomena Through The Ages:

That's nothing new. Throughout recorded history people have looked at the heavens, and celestial phenomena such as comets, meteor showers, the Northern Lights, novas and even eclipses have provoked visceral responses ranging from reverence to hysteria. Comets in particular have held an extended and generally terrifying fascination for people, according to researchers at the University of Washington.

"Comets have a long history, usually as omens and bearers of bad news," says Woody Sullivan, professor of astronomy. "But on the other hand, the death of Julius Caesar was marked by a comet and this was taken by the Romans as a sign of his divinity. And Napoleon made a fuss about the appearances of comets and some of his early military victories.

"'Awe-full' might be a better way to describe the impact of comets. It is often taken to mean dread, but it also can indicate greatness."

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TrueRenegade 1 point ago +1 / -0

He has dropped some legitimately interesting and helpful information over the decades. Trauma-based mind control is a good example.

However, he loads it up with so much BS like reptilians, that it's a sort of poison pill to lead the average onlooker so they put it ALL in the "crazy conspiracy" folder. The fact that he's apparently oddly close or at least tolerated by the BBC and adjacent productions brass, makes me strongly suspect him of being the British counterpart to Bill "Alex Jones" Hicks.

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