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There's a simple answer to this. I still don't like it, but it's not as bad as people seem to think. The US is responsible for the maintenance of most of the UN hardware. We also happen to have "donated" most of it to them. That's why all their crap is the stuff we were using a generation or two ago as far as military hardware goes.
So there's various places our military and government uses to store UN vehicles and hardware before either shipping it out (in the case of newly donated equipment), or bringing it back in for maintenance (in the case of equipment already in use).
So yeah, I don't like it, since we should neither be donating equipment to them nor maintaining it for them, but the sight of UN vehicles in the US is not THAT out of the ordinary.
Now if we see actual blue helmets or UN vehicles on the streets.....that's another matter entirely and justifies some elaborate target practice.
Numbers like this are VERY misleading. That includes run aways and children "reported missing" by a divorced parent when they don't want them to spend time with their other parent during a messy divorce.
The general rule of thumb I've seen is that whatever number you see being thrown out, 1-5% are actual abductions/kidnappings/missing cases. So in this case, 5-25 a month.
If these numbers were real Virginia would have ZERO children since it's something like 300K cases of "missing" children a year in Virginia because of the high runaway and false reporting cases.
For the record, when I say "runaway", I mean like, a stupid edgy teenager that decides they're going to go stay at a friends house for a few days without telling their family because they're fighting with their parents, and so get reported as missing, even though they're really not.
Don't get me wrong, it's horrible that 5-25 kids a month are going missing anywhere, but the 500 number is artificially exaggerated.
TL;DR: Most of these "missing" children aren't actually missing, so the stats are misleading.
I'd argue that kentucky IS a southern state, but I digress. your argument is flawed when nearby west virginia, with the exact same background, is the second most conservative state in the union after Wyoming.
Beyond that, there are numerous reports, most of which were posted on here yesterday and last night, about vote switching being reported in kentucky. And let's not forget the "gas leak" that was basically the exact same as what happened in atlanta in 2020.
It was cheating, period, end of story.
Fraud nullifies everything. Once the fraud is finally mainstream and something is done about it, then everything done via fraud is null and void. Truthfully, once it's proven that hussein cheated to get in (and possibly bush), then EVERYTHING, on the federal and state level since at least 2008 (possibly all the way back to 2000) will be null and void, since it can't be trusted as legitimate.
Honestly, it's probably just "luxury" apartments. It's kind of the thing now. Find a crappy office building or slum-like apartment building, buy it for dirt cheap because the owner can no longer afford the mortgage payments, and then spend a fortune converting it into "luxury apartments/condos" which basically means a 1,000 square foot box with a "nice" view.
It used to not be feasible to convert things like office buildings to apartments because of zoning and internal construction differences, but now it's becoming more feasible as companies are able to pick up prime location properties for dirt cheap because of office defaults since the plandemic.
Still not easy, but it's more feasible now.
Hence my point about why it's actually less regulated on the international market, as compared to civilian weapons.
Eh personally I think people are blowing this WAY out of proportion. The overflow thing is just biden preventing lake city (the largest military ammo production facility) from selling to the public anymore. He made that move over a year ago, and it's just now coming into effect as per the executive order.
Likewise, I'm not sure how many people realize this, but it's been illegal for decades to export "military style firearms" from the US to other countries, with the notable exceptions of Foreign military bases. This is to prevent enemy nations (IE China, Iran, etc.) From buying up mass amounts of Premium American Civilian market firearms, and reverse engineering them.
Military grade equipment really isn't that good. It's just the "best" for the price of being able to mass produce to the tune of millions of units a year. Your average middle market Civilian AR-15 from Smith and Wesson or Ruger is about 10 times as good as a M4. The disparity get's even worse when you start getting into "S-Tier" Manufacturers, like Daniel Defense, Radian, LMT, Kinetic DG, PWS, etc.
At that tier, you're talking about guns that are so much better than "military grade", that it's not even remotely comparable.
The same is true about ammo. Yeah, you can buy federal ammo in pretty much every NATO nation on the planet (even the most strict nations DO allow hunting and some form of firearm ownership), but the internal recipe is different for domestic and export ammo.
Export ammo tends to use a different, older style powder that's based on the stuff we had during Vietnam and Korea. Doesn't burn the same, and is underpowered compared to modern powder. Bullet design is also a big thing. Exports typically are only allowed to export "basic bullet designs", no fancy hollow points, no fancy ELR berger style bullets, etc. etc.
Case design, again, is an important factor, and you're typically only allowed to export "basic designs". So like, 30-06, 308, 223, etc. etc. None of the super fancy American designs that allow you to take a 308 case and turn it into a mile+ ELR rifle that bucks the wind for about how that range, thus making a sniper's job much easier.
A lot of people don't realize, weapons (including guns and ammo) are technically, "open state secrets", That's why export is so heavily regulated. In some cases, between friendly allied nations, you'll have a case where a foreign weapons company will be allowed to build "localized production plants" in an allied nation to make guns to sell to non military customers (Think like Sig and Glock having American branches to build guns here in the US because it's much easier than trying to import them from Germany/Austria). But for the most part, weapons trade, even among allied nations, is heavily restricted to older designs that aren't up to date when it comes to "the cutting edge", so as to prevent reverse engineering, and weapons/ammo ending up in the hands of enemy states.
So yeah, bit of a rant I know, but this is basically nothing new, and everyone is trying to act like this is some new phenomenon that's just now happening.
Well look at it this way, once it comes out the last three presidents sans Trump (biden, hussein, and Bush Jr.) were all illegally elected in some way (Jr. and biden cheated to get in, and while obama MAY have been elected legitamately the first time, he was never eligible as a kenyan native), then everything signed into law by them, or done by their supreme court justices will be overturned because it was all illegal in the first place.
That include legalizing gay marriage among many other things (like the establishment of the NSA, the patriot act, etc. etc.). Though I will admit that it WOULD be better for the government to just get out of marriage in general, but at the same time, I believe the better way to deal with "the gay problem", is to take the route Russia, Hungary, and Poland did.
Ban all public expressions of sexuality and forbid any kind of talk about sexuality or sexual expression with children except for parents. Boom, the alphabet populations in all three countries crashed. They didn't go away entirely (there's always been gays), but they don't proliferate without the brainwashing propaganda apparatus that is being used in most of the west.
Truth be told, I personally don't think it will be much of a problem in the future. I firmly believe that it's a mental illness (whether you think it's parasites, or something else is up for debate), and I think there's a cure for it just like there's a cure for diabetes, cancer, etc. etc. But it's being withheld by the cabal because queers are easy to manipulate and make into an "oppressed group".
The only problem I see going into the future is how do you get all the current gays to take the cure. You can't force them (obviously), and who knows how many will willingly take it. I suppose you COULD feasibly force them to take it like you would a schizophrenia patient if they're unhinged enough (let's be real a lot of gays are just insane), but it's a problem for the future, no use worrying over it right now.
It'll be a problem that has to be solved during the rebuilding phase, right now we need to finish winning the war.
Being realistic, no 14 year old (especially 14 year old girls) care too awful much about politics. That weird age of 12-15 is like, THE WORST time in your life as far as hormones go, so even if you could redpill them to an extent, it's entirely possible that they'll change their opinion on everything the literal next week because of peer pressure from school or some other outlet (social media, etc.)
All kids want at that age is to "fit in". So being brutally honest, there's not much you can do unless they've already formed a strong belief about something. It's a lot easier with guys, because a lot of male oriented hobbies typically have SOME form of political undertones. Guns/hunting involve gun politics. Cars involve emissions and environmental politics. etc. etc. That's why you see a lot of tween/teen guys developing hardline political beliefs at that age, whereas with girls, they change their opinion based on whatever "the current thing" is, like most sheeple.
And no, I'm not being sexist. I'm just stating facts, tween/teens, and especially tween/teen girls, are the most wish-washy people on the planet, and it's entirely because of puberty hormones, confusion from outside stimuli, and peer pressure.
So yeah, you can drop some hints, see where it leads, but I wouldn't expect anything to stick too much until the cabal falls and the media propaganda and peer pressure shifts from pro-cabal/pro-liberal to pro-patriot/pro-conservative.
That's when all of the people with the sheeple mentality will finally start changing their tunes.
Well no, not my point. I meant everyone seems to be saying "WW III has started" from this. My point is that this isn't anything new. There was just a 4 year gap while Trump was president.
It's not good by any stretch of the imagination, and I agree with what you said, but It's hardly an invasion of Poland or Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.
I mean, not to belittle it, but what's the big deal? Didn't Obama do this for all years of his "presidency"? If I remember correctly, his rampant bombing of Syria and several other nations in the area resulted in a domino effect that revived the North African Slave Trade.
So yeah, It's not good (obviously), but I don't see what the big deal is as far as major world events. It's just more of the same.
Notice how you refused to list a single time in history that open acceptance of homosexuality has led to any positive in society? I'm not going to argue about retarded fallacies, since that would be nothing more than a back and forth. So I'll still be waiting for you to list a single instance of "positive homosexual influence" to counter my multiple examples of negative homosexual influence.
By the way, I didn't mention it initially, but since you're calling my logic flawed and calling me illiterate, I'll mention it now. Your logic is flawed. You can make homosexuality illegal, Poland has done it, Hungary has done it, Russia has done it. All you have to do is make it illegal to advertise ANY sexuality in public, and magically, all the gays go away for the most part. Of course there are still small populations of the alphabet crew in those countries, but when they can't spread gay propaganda out the wazoo without it being a felony, then "magically" the number of gays decreases and the ones that do exist actually keep it in the bedroom behind closed doors like most want them to.
So yes, you CAN ban homosexuality, and every other perversion that leads to moral degeneracy.
The whole "raise your kids" better argument doesn't work here when LITERALLY EVERY SINGLE INSTITUTION IN THE WORLD is coming against you in order to brainwash them. Are you just going to keep your children in a bubble on the family farm? That may work in the short term, but what about when they have to leave your hundred acres to start socializing and meet people to start their own family?
This is why you have to have top down solutions for certain problems. I'm generally not a fan, but certain problems have no other solution when literally every institution and person of power is colluding towards a single goal. It doesn't matter how well you raise your kids, if the moment they leave your carefully crafted bubble, they're inundated with brainwashing propaganda every single moment of every single day.
Oh get over it already and accept the fact that homosexuality is a "gateway deviancy" into all the morally degenerate crap we see going on today. Every single time in history the homosexuality became openly accepted, it's always led to various forms of degeneracy, with the end goal being pedophila in every case. Ancient Greece/Rome, Ancient Japan, Weimar Germany, etc. etc.
Every single time, it always ends the same. I personally believe it's a mental illness and there's probably a cure for it, but regardless, the historical evidence speaks for itself. Homosexuality, leads to rampant degeneracy.
EVERY SINGLE TIME.
If two people wanna be queer behind closed doors, fine. That's between them and God and I agree the government has no right to decide what happens in a private home.
That's why I'm against things like the old Texas "Anti-sodomy law" that let Texas Police break into someone's house if they were accused of being gay (similar to red flag laws).
But open acceptance of homosexuality has led to nothing but degeneracy where we have queers in San Fransisco singing about forcibly converting children into being gay, public schools brainwashing children into being gay, trans, non-binary, etc. etc. and pedophile drag queens dressing up as LITERAL DEMONS, reading gay propaganda to children in libraries.
When you're defending homosexuality, YOU ARE DEFENDING THAT DEVIANCY.
And that's all there is too. So stop trying to take the "moral high ground" on this. Even if you're not religious, historical facts speak for themselves. Homosexuality is ALWAYS a net negative. Name a single time in history that open acceptance of homosexuality has led to anything positive in society?
And every time it's brought up on here, you come running to defend it. Get over it and accept that if nothing else, it's a gateway to degeneracy. If two people wanna be queer behind closed doors, fine. That's between them and God and I agree the government has no right to decide what happens in a private home.
Reason 15: He want's to ban gay marriage again. So unless he proves himself to be a RINO, I'm fine with this for the time being. We need someone who wants to put an end to the faggotry that's been legalized and pushed down everyone's throats the last several decades.
Just look at my other response on this thread and I explain the purpose of this company. It's a rabbit hole I already went down myself about a year ago. It's not as nefarious as it seems.
So, this is a rabbit hole I've went down myself about a year ago. It's not exactly as bad as it looks. They don't actually "own" all the stock. They just have custody of the physical certificates (which you can still request be sent to you if you want as they are legally required to hand them over upon request). All this company does is make it easier to trade stock using modern methods. Instead of having to trade physical certificates of ownership every time you buy or sell stocks, they hold all of the physical certificates as a custodian, and you just trade ownership rights digitally (or on paper back in the 80s when it was mostly done by phone), thus allowing it to be much faster and easier to trade stocks.
So yeah, it DOES seem cabal-ish at first, but there's not much nefarious going on here. It's just a REALLY big custodian company, and they're legally required to hand over the physical certificates for whatever you own if you request it.
It just means that you don't have to physically own the stock certificate like they did in the olden days.
I mean, I'm not gonna tell you to comply with blatantly unconstitutional crap, but if all they did was ban guns with more than 15 round mags, get a glock 19, a smith and wesson M&P compact, etc. etc.
The Glock 19 (and it's derivatives) is literally the most popular self defense firearm on the planet, with the aforementioned Smith and Wesson M&P compact being a close second. Both have standard 15 round mags with really large aftermarkets, both are 9mm (the literal most common round in North America besides maybe 30-30) and both fall in that "concealable, but not too small" category that everyone seems to love.
If you're bound and determined to not get in trouble legally with these new unconstitutional non-laws, then just go for one of them. Or one of the near infinite third party (usually of higher quality) variants of the Glock 19 that are made by American companies.
If you're more old school, go for a 1911 or a browning hi-power (1911 in 9mm has a max ammo capacity of 10 rounds, and a hi-power has a max of 15 but standard capacity of 13). If nothing else, just buy a 357 Magnum revolver. They're a bit more expensive (especially if you get a REALLY good defense revolver with 8 rounds instead of 6), but there's very little the walks this earth that 8 rounds of 357 won't kill (assuming you use the right ammo).
Just because they've banned most of the more popular "modern" guns in IL now, doesn't mean you have nothing. You just have to go with options that are a little older. But older doesn't mean unreliable. Not to sound like a boomer, but I mean the 1911, Hi-Power, and revolvers in general have more than a hundred years of history of being reliable in not just self defense situations, but in actual war scenarios.
Glocks and M&Ps, don't quite have that level of history, but they're still absurdly reliable. M&Ps in particular are the only pistol that consistently pass all those ludicrous internet "torture tests". Heck, I just watched a video the other day of someone freezing every popular self defense pistol solid and trying to fire them. The only one that actually shot, was the M&P.
So yeah, you still have options, just walk into a gun store and ask for some recommendations (though I will say, refuse any kind of taurus revolver, they're notoriously bad).
They're not God's Chosen people. Most "jews" are not semetic, or hebrew. They descend form Khazarians in the Kingdom of Khazar (Ancient Ukraine and Belarus). In other words, they're converts who coopted the entire religion, and used the fall of Jerusalem and ancient Israel during the Roman Empire's times to claim the place of "the chosen people" for themselves. They then later went on to pervert the entire meaning of "jew" by creating a parallel religion based around the Talmud that's full of just straight up blasphemy, while espousing eugenic beliefs that they're the master race and will one day rule the planet after forcing the rest of us into extinction.
So yeah, most people in the know have nothing for modern israel or "jews" because they're the literal synagogue of satan. Those who say they are jews but are not.
So get over yourself. It's not "anti-semitism", it's using basic logic and reasoning and coming to the conclusion that modern day israel (which isn't the Israel of the Bible) is the single most evil and corrupt nation on the planet.
So do please continue to support genocide and murder of women and children by a bunch of usurpers who have actively deceived you into what amounts to false idol worship, but don't you dare lecture any of us about how we're in the wrong if you won't accept the fact that they're not even real jews.
The $7.25 part is admittedly wrong, I have a (probably bad) habit of rounding down to the nearest dollar in these kinds of things since i have the mindset it's better to underestimate than overestimate.
But anyway, the difference is just $520 Annually. So not significant enough to make a difference. As for the rest of it, nope. Actually I tried to put in a complaint with my state's labor commission and the BBB. I was told that no employer is required to give breaks for food or rest for the purposes of part time work (it's not one full time job, it's multiple part time jobs for legally distinct companies) and the 4 hour drive from the main location isn't illegal either (since I could technically claim it on my taxes as a work related deduction). But even with said deduction, I wouldn't be coming out ahead, and I'd have to keep a log like a truck driver of every single car expense while on the clock. Meaning I'd have to keep track of the price of fuel the last time I bought any and log exactly how much I used while "on the clock" each day, etc. etc.
Which with the IRS being what they are, I'd be deathly terrified that I'd make some simple mistake and get al caponed for a simple mistake.
So yeah, I'm not lying, but think what you want. I know what my personal life experiences have been thus far, and I don't really care what anyone else thinks or says. It's a horrible entry level market, and that's all there is to it.
Admittedly I was slightly off because I tend to round to the nearest dollar (a habit I got from my Dad when he was teaching me how to do "real world math"), but you're still wrong in your calculations, though that maybe because of me not going into as much detail as I did in my OTHER response on this thread.
It's not legally "one company". It's multiple companies owned by the same person, who each "work from the same location", but are legally distinct. They offer you multiple part time jobs working for different companies they own, so they can avoid exactly what you're saying.
As for the "no legal obligation part" it's exactly as you said. They're mostly salaried jobs, ergo, no overtime. So redoing my math, with all the info there and not using my lazy method that brings us to the grand total of $15,080 a year. A $520 difference from my lazy calculation.
So yeah, my math was slightly off do to me being lazy and not caring at this point, but my point still stands.
Honestly the trade school thing doesn't even work anymore. I'm 25, and went the college route since I'm a lot more business and finance oriented, but I had several friends that went to trade school in both shop class and post high school. They're all in the same situation. Can't get a job, and when they do get an offer, the terms are basically slave labor. What I hear the most is that they always want X amount of years of experience, which obviously the 20 somethings fresh out of college/trade school don't have. So they get passed up for the older 30 or 40 somethings looking for a job in a new area.
The other response is them offering what amounts to a slave labor contract. It's a bit different for me since I didn't go to trade school, but here's an example of what I've had "offered" to me.
I once had a company offer to pay me $7 an hour, with no overtime, no holidays, no food breaks, working 6 days a week, doing 10 different part time jobs for various time ranges each day, for 15 hours a day, that ALSO included requiring me to travel between physical locations at the drop of a hat within a 4 hour radius of their central location.
Yes, they specified no food breaks. You were not allowed to have breakfast, lunch, or dinner while on the clock. So since they didn't pay overtime (and had no legal obligation to) that was offering $14,560 a year, to work 90 hours a week, and require me to drop everything and drive (on my own dime) to any of their locations within a 4 hours radius at the a moments notice.
The multiple part time job thing is the new "work around" to pay people as little as possible. Most states either only apply minimum wage to full time jobs, or have a separate, much lower minimum wage for part time work. As such, if they work you on multiple part time jobs, all assigned to "technically and legally distinct companies", so they can avoid paying you minimum wage, avoid overtime pay, avoid benefits, etc. etc.
And it's even worse for those of us who graduated the year the kung flu hit, because now we have going on 4 years of post graduation "black" in our resumes, which is usually a red flag for the stupid automated hiring AI that these companies and job listing sites use. Which puts us on an instant blacklist for 90% of jobs we could apply for.
So yeah the entry level job market for older Gen Z is like, horrendous. I would say great depression level, but at least back then you could go back home to survive on the family farm. Most of us don't even have that option now. I compare it to Japan's Lost Generation
Like I said in my comment chain on here, I hope and believe (and pray) that things will be better post cabal and most of us aren't screwed for life, but as it currently sits, there's very little "good" going on for those in their 20s. Life is just generally depressing, and I'm not trying to point fingers, but listening all of the old farts around me talk about "how no one wants to work and everyone's lazy" when I put in 20+ job applications a week and receive maybe one or two callbacks every few months, of which are always those ridiculous slave labor jobs as I described above....Well, it doesn't help much.
I realize I'm just ranting now, so I'll shut up.
Well can't say I've ever considered suicide, but I can get being depressed over it. There's not really anyway to put a positive spin on this. I should probably mention that the above "slave job" wasn't a "anyone can do it" type job. It was a job tailored to my specific degree, internships, etc. I did while in college. I met all of the higher education and experience requirements (somehow), and THAT was what they offered me in the interview. They listed the job as having a salary roughly 5 times higher, but when I got into the interview, they let me know that "that was an estimated salary that included possible sale incentive bonuses as well as benefit costs".
So yeah, like I said, the entry level job market is horrible right now. Much worse than most people realize. But I have hope it'll get better in a few years.