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patriot68 1 point ago +1 / -0

Dearest Kevin just got his law license reinstated, so all this is a bit confusing. Did we switch to a different timeline?

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patriot68 1 point ago +1 / -0

Depending on the political environment a few years from now, if your children are caught with these books they could go to prison forever. Consider that.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes. It's a very long listen, but needed to understand there is NO LIMIT to the cruelty of a fascist state that grabs infinite power. Orwell's 1984 is fiction, Gulag is fact.

Your trouble starts with your neighbor suspecting you are not happy with your current government. They MUST inform on you to avoid a 10-year prison sentence themselves, commonly called a tener. Everyone gets a tener for the smallest infraction. You WILL be happy.

You can eventually be sent off to icy Siberia to build a railroad in the frozen ground with your bare hands. No shovels. You die, no problem, there are plenty of new prisoners arriving from "Freedom" back home.

What they call "Freedom" is what the J6 prisoners are experiencing now. After all, they're not slaving in the wilderness with no tools and scarce food, are they?

Just imagine the most cruel and inhuman treatment you can receive doled out by mentally deranged psychopaths who are themselves hoping to avoid a similar fate.

The similarities to what we are seeing today in America are chilling.

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patriot68 3 points ago +3 / -0

Last month I listened to the audiobook of the Gulag Archipelago. You can find it online for free.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

The comments to this video are worth a stroll.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

Those were the words we all loved from Ozzy until the remake of War Pigs with entirely wimped out lyrics. It's like the military industrial complex made a phone call and said hey, we don't like what you said about us Ozzy. Change the lyrics. And he did. Or maybe it was just to steal somebody's credit or something, I don't know. Only the original War Pigs had any balls.

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patriot68 8 points ago +8 / -0

I find it interesting that Pelosi's plane was headed on a beeline to Taiwan, then once it was within a couple of hundred miles it made an abrupt turn to the south to head straight for Singapore. Does an American flight going to Singapore always head straight toward Taiwan first? Seemed unusual.

Monkeywerx was suggesting our own military might nix the Taiwan plan, and perhaps that is what happened.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

Now that they've reached the gate, the transponder was finally shut off. Lights out.

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patriot68 3 points ago +3 / -0

Did this plane SPAR19 land anywhere else since Hawaii?

I noticed the plane still has its transponder on as it taxis to the gate. I don't know if that's standard procedure, as I have seen most planes shut off the transponder during final approach before landing. Are they trying to make it obvious to the CCP that Pelosi is in Singapore and not Taiwan?

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patriot68 5 points ago +5 / -0

Burn an American flag and you get your name in the newspaper and high fives everywhere. But burn a rainbow flag...

Prison for you!

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patriot68 5 points ago +5 / -0

Definition of a loser. Such sportsmanship!

Doesn't a player get thrown out of the game and fined for obscene gestures on the field?

Oh that's right, Democrats play by different rules.

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patriot68 6 points ago +6 / -0

When an emotionally unstable person is given something they know they do not deserve, they will fight tooth and nail to keep getting it. Compare that to a five-year-old that gets used to sneaking cookies from the jar, and hear how much louder he screams than other kids when he is caught. It's forbidden fruit.

It is ingenious to use these people against us. LBGTQ+, Antifa, abortionists and the rest have some people in their ranks that will happily slit your throat for their forbidden fruit. They don't govern themselves as civil people because they were deranged to start with.

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patriot68 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know if it applies to this specific situation, but you might research the relationship between iodine deficiency and cancer.

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patriot68 3 points ago +3 / -0

I learned a good lesson on raising tomatoes when 50 plants taller than myself all died during the rainy season before bearing fruit. It turns out the roots were drowning as the soil wasn't drying out between rains. Roots need oxygen.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

Never interfere with the enemy when he is in the process of destroying himself.

-- Napoleon

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patriot68 7 points ago +7 / -0

What if Trump knew at the beginning that the vaccines were designed for population reduction? What if he realized he could not stop the vaccines from being forced on the population? What if he gazed into the crystal ball and realized our opponents and their followers would take the vaccine like cult followers? What if he also realized that this would eliminate our opponents in just a few years? Would that explain why he promoted the vaccines while also being careful to say it should be a personal choice?

Maybe he realized that people registered as Republicans who slavishly obeyed the Democrats pushing these vaccines were very weak Republicans. In the end we would lose less Republicans than Democrats. Just a thought.

What would remain after a few years would be a population of independent-minded people immune to cult programming. With America the wreck that it is, it's just what the doctor ordered.

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patriot68 4 points ago +4 / -0

We need a new designation of "RINOs in name only." See what I did there?

Infiltrate and take over the RNC. They never deserved our support.

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patriot68 8 points ago +8 / -0

I think one sign of the tide turning is when a lightning bolt came out of the blue and blasted the Georgia Guidestones to bits. Exactly like the George Floyd mural.

They say things come in threes. What else has a lightning bolt blasted lately?

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patriot68 1 point ago +1 / -0

Whatever the source of it, a person who enjoys inflicting pain and suffering on small animals is by definition likely a psychopath. I'm not suggesting that SSRIs cause psychopathic behavior, there are deeper issues than simple chemical imbalance. If that person then wishes to be a gun owner, it is not unreasonable to keep a close eye on them by law enforcement.

There is starting to be some public recognition of the connection between mass shooters and SSRIs. I would like to see a study to investigate whether mass shooters had a history of animal abuse when younger. That would be an excellent red flag to trigger monitoring.

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patriot68 6 points ago +6 / -0

This is the way. If it is necessary to protect the community with a list of legal gun owners, that list should be encrypted and in the possession of only the local sheriff. It's his business and his business alone, not the feds. Local security should be local, not controlled by Washington DC.

Of course it would be better that the sheriff concern himself only with illegal gun owners, but that list should also have robust protection.

Best yet would be if the sheriff focuses exclusively on gun owners, legal or illegal, that failed to contribute to the "security of a free state." (The ignored part of that amendment.) The gang bangers, or that perpetually drunk and angry neighbor, or the kid down the street on SSRIs who is known to torture and kill the neighbor's cats, that's where the sheriff should be focusing.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

In that video of the UFO that disappears in a "splash," looking closely you can see that it winks out of our existence while stationary over the water. That was enough confirmation to me that they are multi-dimensional.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

Blue foods have something called anthocyanins, cyan meaning blue, that is anti-inflammatory and anticancer and about a dozen other things. That includes not just blueberries and blackberries, but very many types of food that you can grow will have a blue variety rich in anthocyanins. This includes blue corn, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, bok choy, spinach, you name it.

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patriot68 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have just started eight very different varieties of spinach in container pots. I'm looking forward to eating the dark purple one. I also have 12 different kinds of tomatoes to be started this week. Besides the traditional beefsteak I also have the black beauty, blue beauty and other bluish and black tomatoes. I also have the seeds for a bok choy variety called purple lady. Search on that website for the word purple and you'll see there are many varieties of blue food with this extra nutrient and flavor.

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