Something Changed?


From here,

Several days ago, I posted a story on Facebook highlighting the inflated expectations many women have of men and marriage. The purpose was to show how simple most men’s needs are when compared to women’s. To drive the point home, I suggested women lower their standards. Until recently, this message would not have been met with so much as a raised eyebrow. In fact, to the best of my knowledge, this story, officially entitled The Husband Store, has been told for some time as a joke of sorts. I’ve known people to laugh about it but never to get mad.

So already, there is a hint that something is different, at least in Ms. Venker’s mind.

So I was somewhat surprised when a group of woke women (not my usual readers) discovered my post. It went semi-viral, garnering almost 1,000 (mostly angry) comments. Reading their responses, you’d think I had suggested women marry any ’ole man off the street. Some made the leap that I said men shouldn’t have to do housework (not sure of the connection there). Others said I told women not to have any standards at all. And still others were convinced I’d said it’s okay for women to accept abuse from a man!

So what is happening here? Are the latest batch of women less capable at reading comprehension? Are their thinking skills less than those that have come before? Is the Kool Aid consumed stronger for this cohort? Short answer — their responses are most unimpressive. I wonder how many have university degrees; with the university being the place where it is said that they teach you to be logical and think clearly.

This is what the far-left culture has produced: a generation of women whose anger and resentment toward men and marriage precludes them from not only having a sense of humor but from acquiring any critical thinking skills. There’s no middle ground anymore, no place for cogent conversation. It’s just hate.

Ms. Venker is thinking much as I am thinking. This article here is anecdotal evidence. Probably you have lots of anecdotes also. Here is the question: “Have today’s young women developed in a lesser manner than their predecessors”?

Why must we use anecdotes? Well, embarrassing data and/or analysis is not encouraged. Not at all. Often doing something along these lines can cost you your career. Still, there are people out there. They see what is now. They see what has come before. What is the situation?

Posted in Dating????, Feminism, Marriage, Trainwreck, WTH
196 comments on “Something Changed?
  1. whiteguy1 says:

    Yes they seem to have less critical thinking and more of a go with the ‘herd’ mentality then say those of a previous generation or two. At least with the under 35 crowd I’ve been interacting with. It gets a little better when they are under 25, but not by much.

    Shit I just realized I’ve now known at least 6 generations of women, My great-grandmother was born in 1908, born in West Texas! This current bunch can’t hold a candle to them.

    I don’t know what to think about this little doctor (32 yrs old). East coast yankee, spouts the liberal taking points like a robot at times, but then the ways she lives and acts at personal level, she could very well fit in with the women folk on this blog. I’ve even told her that I think we should repeal the 19th amendment, yet she doesn’t leave. It’s perplexing to say the least.

    She is totally smitten with me, I have to run her out of my house when I’ve had enough, and she gets all pouty when I do. Heck my birthday is coming up and she can’t wait to bake me some homemade sourdough bread (I am excited about that, not gonna lie) but this girl couldn’t be more of a contrast than with Crazy.

    —-Though she’s still a girl, and I have quite a bit contempt for all of them as a whole. Took me a while to realize that I was born with this contempt, so it makes it a lot easier to live with them.

    Crazy update:

    I’ve figured it out, Crazy’s attorney is “Sancho” to Crazy’s “Don Quixote “, enabling her to drag this out until the cows come home, no matter how little money we actually have, or will have left when this is all done.

    We were supposed to have a deposition in 2 weeks for Crazy, but it has been delayed until Jan 10, 2021, because of all sorts of legal wrangling, i.e. cost. So no divorce for Christmas for Whiteguy. Shit.

    It’s so jacked up.

    Kids are now both blocking my calls, but it’s interesting that my oldest is still attending youth at my church and is even going on a retreat this weekend with them…Crazy has these kids so messed up, it’s criminal.

    But I did realize last night that I can rewrite my will, and I’m going to make sure that if I die, she’s going to have to write a check to my attorney and my parents. I think that is quite poetic.

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  2. Latest from Sidney Powell…

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  3. This election fraud case is highly complex, I hope they can explain it to the “average person” level.

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  4. Larry G says:

    Once in awhile my Mrs. seriously surprises me with a truth-bomb out of seemingly nowhere…tonight’s little jewel was during the so-called 6 o’clock TV news where some silly female anchor was trying sooo hard to act like she knew what the fuck she was talking about to begin with (politics), my Mrs. listened to the Anchor Bitch babbling and said “Why do women think they are equal to men? They are not.”

    Eh? Where did that come from? Her reasoning was that if Anchor Bitch was home taking care of kitchen, kids and husband she would be too busy being useful to have time to be publicly stupid. I agreed.

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    Statistics can be simple. In fact, it works best (at least from an understandability perspective) when it is simple. Take an early famous case of using statistics, that of trying to prevent scurvy in British sailors. The suspicion was that certain foods when eaten could prevent scurvy. So one set of sailors were fed one kind of diet, and another set a different one. It turned out that one diet was very clearly better than the other. This is how British sailors get there name of limeys.

    So the assumption is that you are doing an experiment with a “treatment” and you look at the results. There are modern ways to analyze the results and assess if the treatment was effective or if the seemingly good results were because of the treatment or due to sheer happenstance. The normal standard is if the results were such that the analysis showed that the good results were 5% or less probable due to happenstance, then you have something good here. All of this stuff was developed by Britishers. Needless to say, the experiment with the vitamin C containing food would have passed easily, because how its samples were distributed

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Elections are more tricky. There are lots of variables to analyze, not just the one of scurvy or no scurvy. Also, the “treatment” is beyond the statisticians control. Elections happen because elections are scheduled, not because of experiments using statistics are desired. So they are not set up optimally for statisticians.

    First note that there are many variables that could be of interest. Lots of states, lots of precincts, lots of this and lots of that. It is not just one variable of scurvy or no no scurvy. This is both good and bad. There lots more variables that one could analyze. All of these variables make things more complex and allow the other side to gum up the works with incorrect but seemingly plausible statements. So there is that..

    Furthermore, there are confounding variables, essentially other “treatments” that can affect the variable that you are analyzing. But all is not lost. There are ways around this. It is called Bayesian statistics, where one can essentially “factor out” these confounding variables.

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  7. Farm Boy says:

    So we now have tools that can analyze statistical results, factor out confounding variables, and determine if the result of a statistical variable is due to the “treatment (the election)” or something else. If the results are so far off from what is expected that they are very unlikely to be happenstance, there must be assumed to be an unaccounted confounding variable. Could you guess what that unaccounted for confounding variable might be?

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  8. Sharkly says:

    The Boy Scouts of America thought it would be a good idea to let homos go off camping with young boys. Now they’re bankrupt and facing 92,700 sexual abuse claims. Is it too late to say, I predicted all this? Da Fug! Who couldn’t see that was going to happen? Lefty’s are plain evil. They must know they are working for Satan, because they don’t let things like truth and reason get in the way of their mission to bring about the devil’s delight.
    https://news.yahoo.com/boy-scouts-deluged-88-500-222415848.html

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  9. RichardP says:

    Read those last three posts by FB as though you are using that information to find a reliable girlfriend. I particularly like that part about factoring out confounding variables.

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  10. Imagine you are a Venezuelan who has survived all this struggle and Dystopian nightmare Only to find… both elections that did that were rigged?!? Gah.

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  11. theshadowedknight says:

    Women don’t have opinions, unless they are the vanishingly rare exceptions. They have attitudes and inclinations. They mind tend towards being conservative or liberal, but they all submit to the most powerful opinion they know. If that is their man, then they adapt to him. If their man is weak, it is their social circle or the wider society. If I started fucking some liberal girl, within a few weeks she would be as vehemently right-wing as I am.

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  12. Cill says:

    I agree with you FB, it’s just that “Trump is evil” sells more easily to those of the people who can be fooled all of the time.

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  13. It’s difficult to say if women are worse today or if women before were just better at hiding it? Not to be cynical, but the idea that all women in the past were unicorns is niave. Plenty of examples in the Bible of good and bad women, women who were better and worse. Nothing is new under the sun. Etc. not to be cynical..,

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  14. theshadowedknight says:

    Women behave worse than the past because they are permitted to behave that way. Any woman who misbehaved had better be good at hiding it, and many weren’t ever given the chance. Men had much better control back then, so women were restrained from their base instincts and impulses.

    The oldest story was The Fall. Woman tests man, man fails test, woman ruins good thing. Repeat throughout history. Greece, Rome, and England all collapsed because they permitted their women to misbehave, and America looks to be in the midst of its collapse due to same.

    Monogamy is a conspiracy between men that is imposed by force upon women. Women desperately resist this at every opportunity. Thus, it takes every man cooperating and punishing those who defect to maintain the conspiracy. When men fail to do so, everything starts to fall apart.

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m going in

    In this broadcast I’ll dive deeply into marriage, and why smart men are no longer getting married (in the conventional sense).

    I have a chapter dedicated to this topic in my book, so during the show we’ll cover the following highlights from that chapter.

    -How the state encourages women to leave men
    -Arguments for marriage
    -How women behave during divorce
    -How marriage changes men
    -How to minimize the risk of marriage

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  16. SK, true. Ideally one finds a woman who understands God sees all, so stay in the lane for your eternal sake. For a woman cheating is easy. But it’s not worth it. Even if they get away with it. Beta orbiters constantly circle. If a gal is notable anyway.

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  17. Cheque d'Out says:

    They forgot Professional Bell-End

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    The words of Bomber Harris (regarding the nartsees) re-imagined

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    But Grandmother! What big manly hands you have

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Did the Kiwis look into election machines, fraud etc? I hear rumours that Jacy won in a few unexpected places

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    At one point I was looking forward to Brillo TV. But not any longer. His TDS is just tedious and poisons his credibility on other issues IMHO

    I did hear that his name is in Epstein’s address book and in those flight logs. Which might go some way to explain why a previous paragon of journalistic propriety sent that tweet. I hope that we’ll find out in due course.

    He’s killing his channel before it even starts, worra throbber.

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    More than the missing matter of colour

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    Hmm them’s some extreme numbers

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    If the numbers above are remotely accurate then I have to wonder how many previous elections, on all levels, have been bent? I’m not sure just how much worse the senility candidate in 2020 was than the severely afflicted sociopath was last time. He is clearly ga-ga but she was thrown into the side of an SUV like a frozen side of beef.

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Questions that need answering…?

    [Make a good pair of Star Wars villains they would]

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:


    I have come to learn that ‘coomer’ has entered the modern patois and not in a good way
    https://www.dictionary.com/e/memes/coomer/

    Coomer is an internet meme based on an illustration of a scraggly male character who is mocked as an excessive masturbator. More broadly, coomer (with a lowercase C) is an often ironic insult for an oversexed young man or, more generally, a loser.

    Coomer is featured in the Coomer pledge, an internet trend, usually humorous in nature, in which men who have failed so-called No Nut November (refraining from masturbating during that month) promise to use Coomer’s image as their profile picture on social media. The phrase OK coomer is also used as dismissive response online.

    Oh dear.

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  29. Make sure to listen to the end 😳
    Anyone know who this guys is?

    [I think he is Robert David Steele. -Cill]

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  30. b g says:

    RPG

    “It’s difficult to say if women are worse today or if women before were just better at hiding it?”

    Actually, almost all modern Western women are worse because they no longer hide their feral instincts, generally revealing some rather nasty behaviors.

    :Not to be cynical, but the idea that all women in the past were unicorns is niave.”

    True, because “unicorns” are rare. A physically attractive and intelligent woman that somehow manages to retain her feminine nature is proverbially ” more precious than rubies.”…truly a kind, and gentle soul.

    “…Nothing is new under the sun…”

    Actually, the deliberate widespread destruction of the ancient, largely unspoken but widely understood, covenant between the sexes, the agreement that allowed the existence of Western civilization is rare. Behavior usually only observed as civilizations begin to collapse.

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    Honesty is difficult y’all though jealousy is easy, apparently.

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh Noes

    The same thing will happen when/if there’s a Brexit agreement to sign up to by the EU. One, or more, rats in the euro27-sack will hold things up for a sweetener for their cuntry. (I suspect that the french are in the running for premiere twats because their prez is not doing well in the presidential polls and there’s an election coming)

    Which is why it’s a complete waste of time to still be talking to the twats over Brexit.

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    I suspect that this is accurate. Princess Nut Nut is Mrs BloJo. She has a ton of liberal/green shit policies that will cause voters to walk away from the toreez even if he delivers Brexit. We don’t want Build Back Better style green bollox.

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    The speshul needs partei is crap at everything except stirring up hatred and division.

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  35. M says:

    *** Moments with the Man ***

    He doesn’t like many of the popular female singers. I share his love of classical music and we both like Ann Wilson.

    I cannot listen to “Alone” without crying for Ann and my own memories of the heartache before the joy.

    I love him for being there, a man. I admire all men who stand out masculine and strong in a horrible feminist world. I love that I can get him alone, and treasure my moments with the man.

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  36. This is one of the attnys on Trump’s Team talking about the GA fraud. Says among other things the governor accepted kickbacks to use the machines. This is the save gov. He told the other day, “do these things now or go to jail.” I have not checked if that gov. Has been seen today but sounds like the deal offer has expired… https://www.twitter.com/luvdeeznuts/status/1328753362674753536

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  37. thedeti says:

    of course women are less capable, or not very capable, of reading comprehension. Witness the Lori Alexander “Men prefer tattooless, debtfree virgins for marriage” kerfuffle. Women saw that, read that, and interpreted it as

    “So you’re saying that if a woman goes to college, has tats, and has had sex, she’s worthless, totally irredeemable, cannot be a Christian, and no man will want her.”

    Alexander, and men who agreed with her, were excoriated, flayed alive, garroted, and their bodies thrown onto hot coals.

    Any criticism of women is read as misogyny and hatred. Any suggestion that women do something different is a suggestion that women should just shut up, chain themselves to stoves, get barefoot, get pregnant, and suffer back alley abortions.

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  38. Same lawyer just now. Spicy! 🍿🍿🍿

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  39. thedeti says:

    At the same time, any man who criticizes a woman in the meekest, most helpful, most roundabout way is destroyed as an “incel”, threatened to be reported to his employers, threatened to be held out as a pariah on social media, and otherwise personally, professionally, and socially destroyed.

    Women take all of this so incredibly personally, even when it’s talking about “women” in general.

    Giving women any power at all has not worked out well. It’s now government by feeling and emotion. It’s ridiculous and it’s going to end up with our utter downfall.

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  40. theshadowedknight says:

    Women are intensely sensitive to criticism. That is why they attack the source so viciously. They know the deal. Those tattooed, slutty, impoverished women know they aren’t getting a decent man somewhere deep inside, but they can still pretend. When you criticism their choices you are striking at their core, so they go ballistic. Its no surprise.

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

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  42. Cill says:

    Gets Zuckerberg to admit FB coordinates with Twitter/Google to censor on “security issues.”

    Twitter/Google/ and WordPress

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

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  45. Farm Boy says:

    Observers were shocked at a now viral video that shows environmental activist Greta Thunberg being unable to answer a basic question without a script.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/17/observers-shocked-at-greta-thunbergs-inability-to-answer-a-simple-question-without-a-script/

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  46. Cill says:

    Did the Kiwis look into election machines, fraud etc? I hear rumours that Jacy won in a few unexpected places (Spawny 12:08 pm)

    We don’t have election machines. There is no postal voting except for eligible voters (already known to the Electoral Commission) who happen to be overseas at election time.

    All eligible voters are registered. The Electoral Commission sends every one of us a voter ID which we take with us to the voting place. We can also take Driver’s Licence or Passport as evidence of identity but if our identity can’t be found on the register we are not allowed to vote. If we do manage to vote, our vote is invalid. No undocumented people may vote.

    Only tin-pot dictatorships have the machines and widespread postal voting that the Democrats have insisted on having for the U.S.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    We can only afford the postal voting fraud here. Concentrated in some communities.

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  48. Cill says:

    Yes I remember that. “Household vote” or sumat.

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    One might think that it would be in the national interest to create a system without vote fraud,

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  50. Farm Boy says:

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  51. b g says:

    Cill

    Agree, largely the same in Canuckistan. One must show up with the voter ID, or two other significant pieces of ID preferably at least one photo ID, or can be identified by a polling officer. There are early polling sites so there is no excuses for any nonsense.

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    Damn, damn shame

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    PADUCAH, KY—With Democrats proposing the mass cancellation of student debt, successful Americans around the country are really looking forward to paying taxes to relieve the debt of people who purchased expensive yet useless college degrees. One local plumbing contractor, Sam Caughorn, is really looking forward to paying the tab on his neighbor’s $89,000 gender studies degree.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/hard-working-plumber-looking-forward-to-paying-his-for-his-neighbors-gender-studies-degree

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    Republican Monitor Catches Ballot-Counter Repeatedly Declaring Trump Votes to be Biden Votes

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391324.php

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Spitting At The Face Of Christ’: Pro-Life Catholics Denounce Bishops For Congratulating Biden

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/spitting-at-the-face-of-christ-pro-life-catholics-denounce-bishops-for-congratulating-biden

    Is the Pope Catholic?
    Legit question

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    I have evidence from a first-hand witness, a high-ranking military officer who was present when Smartmatic was designed… designed in a way that the system could change the vote of each voter without being detected. He wanted the software to function in such a manner that if the voter were to place their thumbprint or a fingerprint on a scanner, then the thumbprint would be tied to a record of the voter’s name and identity as having voted, but that voter would not be tracked to the changed vote. He made it clear that the system would have to be setup but not leave any evidence of the changed vote for a specific voter, and that there would be no evidence to show and nothing to contradict that the name or the fingerprint or thumbprint was going with a changed vote. Smartmatic agreed to create such a system and produce the software and hardware that accomplished the result for President Chavez.”

    https://amgreatness.com/2020/11/16/trump-lawyers-powell-and-giuliani-claim-massive-vote-rigging-by-dominion-allege-company-link-to-antifa/

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

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  58. horsemanbombadil says:

    For both the womens and the politics……who gives a fuck!!

    It is too ingrained, boiled into the system to be changed. Let it go but prepare for it.

    Not nihilism just observation.

    One the good side WE as in the little pub here all know how to survive and even thrive in the quick downslide. Yes it will be a rough few years but to us it will be a flesh wound not the amputation felt by those who are causing this. We will sail in the whirlwind rather than be blown by it.

    White flight, minimalism, not marrying, tax avoidance, not accepting promotions etc.
    They are all Practical People (us) reacting logically to the observable incentives rather than the I wants. They are all variations of saying NO thru our actions.

    Why Bombadil, John Galt, Cyrus Harding are such enduring archtypes.

    Capable men doing for themselves divorced of those who make no sense.

    What Is, Is.
    Think and Act accordingly.

    P.s. by geography Aus, Canada, US are un-totalitarian-able. You cannot deploy enough enforcers to keep Saskatchewan or the Great Plains in line.

    Control needs density. One border collie rounding up a group. Try to herd a group of fifty scattered over twenty acres. Cannot be done.

    U.K., Europe, metro areas of Can, US they are controllable and screwed.

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  59. horsemanbombadil says:

    Why Afgan has never been conquered. Scattered, capable people living independently in small groups throughout a vast territory of harsh terrain.

    Like the Plains, Everglades, Rockies/Smokies/Appalachians, Yukon, any small town flyover country.

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  60. Cill says:

    If you have (a) postal vote or (b) any possibility of mass concoctions and falsifying of results by computer algorithms (especially if huge volumes of data can be intercepted via the internet) you have fraud and false numbers. It’s inevitable. Everyone in sub-Saharan Africa knows that. The only reason for having (a) or (b) is to control the result. The US has both.

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    There’s something very wrong with these people

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    At the most conservative interpretation of the statistical and other evidence, there would seem to be probable cause for a thorough investigation or vote fraud

    But apparently not

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    Revealed: Amazon’s Facial Recognition Software Kept Falsely Identifying Michelle Obama as a Male

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391327.php

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m really looking forward to when the talking ends and the doing starts.

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    Wayne County (Michigan’s) Board of Canvassers Have Refused to Certify the Vote; If State Board Follows Suit, Michigan’s Republican Electors Will Apportion Its Electoral Votes

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391328.php

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    An amazing coincidence

    “DNA-LEVEL” STATISTICAL PROOF: “Smartmatic” Vote-Counting System Was Manipulated in PA and GA to Overturn Trump’s Victory

    http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2020/11/dna-level-statistical-proof-smartmatic.html?m=1

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  68. Ame says:

    Businesses must join the fight against the anti-vaxxers
    A Covid vaccine bonus would cost companies much less than another lockdown – and they could sack staff who refuse to be inoculated
    telegraph.co.uk

    so, Spawny … now it’s either get the vax or lose your job. freedom. right.

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  69. Ame says:

    filled the dog with helium! lolol!!!

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  70. Cill says:

    Good conditions for kitesurfing today. I did some foiling as well, like here at 0:53 (warning: mute the crap music)

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  71. Larry G says:

    [Tall enough to ride the roller coaster he is?]

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  72. Larry G says:

    BLM (Burn, Loot, Murder) the SOCIALIST way, Comrade!

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  73. Larry G says:

    Well I guess Vladimir Lenin wasn’t so bad after all…he liked cats!

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    A man who tried to run for mayor in Hawthorne is among two people charged in a voter fraud case in which thousands of fraudulent voter registration applications were allegedly submitted on behalf of homeless people, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday.

    https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/pair-charged-with-voter-fraud-allegedly-submitted-thousands-of-fraudulent-applications-on-behalf-of-homeless-people/2464168/

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  75. Cill says:

    A bit low there Larry (2:49 am). A bit below the belt.

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  76. Larry G says:

    “A bit low there Larry (2:49 am). A bit below the belt.”

    well, she seemed to be right on target, no?

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  77. Larry G says:

    maybe she has laser guided lips

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  78. Cill says:

    The good ol’ double-ball catch eh? Been used in cupboard doors for yonks. Not much progress about that. Seems her methods are as old as the Hills’. Where’s the “progressive” in these sheilas?

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  79. Sharkly says:

    Trump lawyer tweets article suggesting Philadelphia mob boss Skinny Joey Merlino is ready to expose election fraud in exchange for criminal record expungement:
    https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-11-17-trump-lawyer-mob-boss-expose-election-fraud.html#
    I hope it is true. However, I also know better than to trust a crime boss.

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  80. Larry G says:

    Q: What do elephants use for tampons?
    A: Sheep.

    Q: What do you do when an epileptic has a seizure in the bath tub?
    A: Throw in some laundry.

    Q: What did the cannibal do after dumping his girlfriend?
    A: He wiped his bum.

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    Evidence continues to pile up that Democrats stole four states through brazen election fraud in a small number of urban counties. Here’s my attempt to wrangle this fire hose of information into some coherent form

    https://www.battleswarmblog.com/?p=46398

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  82. Farm Boy says:

    On both Twitter and Facebook, references to voter fraud are ruthlessly suppressed. The subject evidently strikes too close to home for their Democratic Party. Facebook has extended its ban on “political” ads past the election, and it continues to this day and beyond. Why? The election is over. It is because Facebook, like Twitter, is trying to squash information about voter fraud.

    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/11/voter-fraud-the-crime-that-must-not-be-mentioned.php

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    “Most people don’t realize the dangers of swallowing magnets. It can happen to anyone and it can happen in a split second.”

    https://news.yahoo.com/indiana-boy-rushed-emergency-room-164833181.html

    [Happened to me this has not.
    In 800 years it has not]

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—A study has found a strong connection between believing Russia rigged the 2016 election and now suddenly believing elections are entirely foolproof, trustworthy, and unhackable.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/study-finds-people-who-screamed-about-russia-for-last-4-years-have-100-chance-of-now-believing-elections-are-foolproof

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    We have been out looking mostly at Michigan. We are beginning on turning our sights on Pennsylvania and Georgia. The things you find in Michigan are amazing. There are over 3,000 precincts where the presidential votes cast compared to the estimated voters from the SOS (Secretary of State) is 99% all the way up to 350%. Those kind of numbers don’t exist in the real world. So where did all those votes come from? And looking at that, we’ve gone back and looked at some of these huge vote dumps that were mostly Biden’s.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/11/huge-elections-security-expert-finds-wisconsin-results-complete-fraud-current-machines-not-capability-count-mass-dumps-biden-reported-time-period-video/

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    Great stuff! Former laba leader Jeremy Magic Grandpa Corbyn was recently kicked out of laba as an antisemite who refused to acknowledge the scale of the issue in the party. And there really is one, it’s been chasing ‘another’ minority’s vote. Binning Corbyn was a great sign of strength by new laba leader Keir Starmer. Labour is electable again as the issue of hate has been ‘solved’

    Less than three weeks later…Jezza is readmitted by the national committee without having made an apology of any value.

    Just as BloJo is falling apart and taking policy in a direction contrary to it’s voters’ wishes, laba gives itself both barrels in the feet. Keir shown to be powerless middle ground lefty leader of hard left unelectable nutters’ party.

    It’s not about anti stuff, we now have no viable political party at the moment. Cue Farage/a.n.other with a new reform party.

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    So should people with lady-bumps have low cut armour, which would be entirely not sexist whatsoever? Or just a all-in-one monobump (which men should have to use too – in solidarity)?

    Just what does Sar-skeezian want to happen?

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    BloJo’s suicide note for his party
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8959477/Boris-Johnson-announce-2030-ban-sales-diesel-electric-cars-tomorrow.html#comments
    End of the road for petrol and diesel cars in just nine years: Boris Johnson will announce 2030 ban on sales tomorrow as he paves the way for electric vehicle revolution
    The PM will unveil ten-point, £12billion plan for the environment
    Includes investment in nuclear power, wind energy and domestic heating
    ‘Green industrial revolution’ may create 250,000 jobs and cut carbon emissions
    The petrol and diesel ban is to start a decade earlier than originally planned

    Nobody who votes Tory wants this shit.

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

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  90. theshadowedknight says:

    What should women be wearing? Lingerie and chains. Or something tasteful like that.

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  91. Sharkly says:

    Seen Gary? I thought we were looking for someone who has seen Kyle???

    https://i.chzbgr.com/full/4160179456/hEBD58882/there-are-two-kyles

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    Obama: If we do not have the capacity to distinguish what’s true from what’s false, then by definition the marketplace of ideas doesn’t work. And by definition our democracy doesn’t work. We are entering into an epistemological crisis.

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/2020/11/obama-government-needs-censor-speech-daniel-greenfield/

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Can’t argue

    How to Save Journalism: Manual Labor

    Journalists: You need to get a job. A dirty, physically demanding job.

    https://stream.org/how-to-save-journalism-manual-labor/

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  94. Getting nipply outside…

    Bring back (my favorite parts of) the 80’s!

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  95. Lizard-boy needs a new voice synthesizer.

    He’s back at “the cow says moo” quality production value.

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Hyperdyne Systems 128/2 always were a bit twitchy

    2:20

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    So, I guess that the Skeezy one wants the inverted form of armour from this?
    Where the chesticles swing free but the abdomen is covered?

    Amirite?

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  98. Farm Boy says:

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    “All Speech Is Not Equal”: Biden Taps Anti-Free Speech Figure For Transition Lead On Media Agency

    https://jonathanturley.org/2020/11/17/all-speech-is-not-equal-biden-taps-anti-free-speech-figure-for-transition-lead-on-media-agency/

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  100. Sexy boob armor is tight!

    Sexy, if not fully functional.

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    Student Loan Debt Forgiveness A Giveaway To Democrat ‘Overproduced Elites’

    Democrats are the party of overproduced elites, many of whom took on unsustainable government-backed debt in order to obtain that elusory elite status. The counter-elites already are making allies among the commoners.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/student-loan-debt-foregiveness-a-giveaway-to-democrat-overproduced-elites/

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

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  103. Liz says:

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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bad joke time

    My local Ice cream van driver was found dead with a flake sticking out of his arse, chocolate sprinkles all over his face and raspberry sauce on his head. Police think he topped himself

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    This is who they are
    This is what they do

    Michigan Democrat Doxxes Republican’s Children Before She Reverses Course To Certify County Vote

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/michigan-democrat-doxxes-republicans-children-before-she-reverses-course-to-certify-county-vote

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    MARTHA’S VINEYARD, MA—Former president Barack Obama has just released his 4,765th memoir. While his other memoirs focused on his time in office, his grade-school years, and his experience spreading peace throughout the world, this one focuses on a new topic: writing his memoirs.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/obama-releases-new-memoir-about-writing-his-memoirs

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  107. https://genesiustimes.com/new-polls-show-biden-winning-nearly-every-province-in-china/

    Probably time to throw in the towel, Donald. Once you’ve lost the Kung Pow voters …

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    Photos of Gavin Newsom’s Birthday Party With His Very Good Friends (and Also, Lobbyists) Leaked; Show Partygoers Packed Nuts to Butts

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391334.php

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence.
    It is an outright attack.

    Bring back manly men.

    — Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) November 14, 2020

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    The office of New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell has released a statement cancelling all Mardi Gras parades for 2021 because they are “super spreaders.” But they were quick to note that the holiday itself cannot be cancelled because it is “religious.”

    https://notthebee.com/article/parades-are-no-go-in-new-orleans-this-year-but-mardi-gras-cant-actually-be-cancelled-because-its-a-religious-holiday

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  111. Farm Boy says:

    Here are a few things about the study we should pay attention to. First of all, the participants were all given surgical masks to wear. While not as good as a medical-grade N95 mask, those are still thicker and designed to better fit your face than the vast majority of decorative cloth face masks most of us are wearing. And even with surgical masks, the number of people who were infected in the study was only 0.3% lower than among those wearing no mask at all.

    The one thing everyone seems to agree on is the fact that a person who is infected and symptomatic can reduce (not eliminate) the amount of virus they spew into the air when coughing or sneezing. It’s still nowhere close to being 100% effective, but they at least have a chance of attenuating the amount of the virus that gets launched into the environment. But once it’s out and floating around, it appears that masks for the uninfected have, as one study author put it, “a symbolic effect” for the wearer, but “a mask does not substantially reduce risk.”

    https://hotair.com/archives/jazz-shaw/2020/11/18/new-study-wearing-cloth-face-masks-protection-statistically-insignificant/

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  112. b g says:

    Yeah, I can relate so I laughed ;-D

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  114. Liz says:

    How do they get that information, Bloom?

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  115. Farm Boy says:

    I am thinking the hoax that he is refers g to is the overblown hysteria, which isn’t precisely a hoax, though it it is evil

    There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians, it’s outrageous, this is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public,” said Hodkinson.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/18/top-pathologist-claims-coronavirus-is-the-greatest-hoax-ever-perpetrated-on-an-unsuspecting-public/

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  116. theshadowedknight says:

    Pretty sure its the FAA. The military still has to file flight plans, just like my job had to file with the government agencies when we did our equipment training. Once you figure out who is flying and from where, you can usually figure out who is doing what. Couple that with military geeks watching the bases and talking about it and you can track domestic military movements quite simply.

    Though it is Qanon, so I doubt its useful. Q is a LARP, and this isn’t going to get settled with clever arguments. This is war, and its kill or be killed, now. The intelligence agencies aren’t going to save the republic; Trump will rule, or it will die an unmourned death. Nevermind all the games, just remember that when the God-Emperor calls us to war, we must answer. We bear the responsibility for our own fate. Q is an enemy for trying to make people complacent.

    Buy guns, buy ammo, buy food, and make friends. Figure out who is on what side, and who isn’t. Get ready to clean house, and kill all your lefty neighbors at the first sign of trouble. Those are the rules of civil war. The republic died the morning of November 4th, and we are playing by new rules now.

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  117. Farm Boy says:


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  118. Farm Boy says:

    Is it any wonder why, in this environment, that Trump supporters do not believe they have lost? When every institution has been against the President at every turn, it seems not so crazy that the election could have been rigged against him too.

    https://spectator.us/anyone-blame-trump-supporters-refusing-accept-election-result/

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  119. Farm Boy says:

    Greene announced her intent to sue in a press conference immediately after receiving her termination notice. She asserted that city officials were retaliating against her for arresting a prominent politician and others in connection with the illegal toppling of a Confederate statue in June.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/va-police-chief-ousted-after-charging-leading-democrat-with-conspiracy-will-sue-for-wrongful-termination

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    “We apologize to members of our non-binary and transgender community whose legal names, rather than professional names were used”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/michigan-state-apologizes-for-diversity-training-that-used-legal-names-of-transgender-employees/

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  121. Farm Boy says:

    Ballot signature verification system used in Las Vegas misses 8 out of 9, making even the TSA look good.

    https://notthebee.com/article/ballot-signature-verification-system-used-in-las-vegas-makes-the-tsa-look-good-missing-8-out-of-9

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    Now we know for sure that she will be given the 007 designation

    [Most unappealing she would be]

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  123. Liz I have no idea, they just post it on Twitter?!? I know nothing…

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  124. Farm Boy says:

    However, women mistakenly believe that if they can institute social equality, and attain greater control over men, then these feelings of insecurity will magically vanish. But it won’t work out according to this expectation. As we know, it’s only wishful thinking.

    Men (in general) aren’t afflicted with feminine feelings of insecurity, so we seldom hear of unattractive men demanding women to treat them as well as they treat attractive men.

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2020/11/18/objectification-reproductive-potential-must-deliver-ego-rush/

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  125. Tsk I get what you are saying yet also hope it will not come to that. As silly as Q is, the idea of all the swamp critters getting snapped up quickly and all at once has huge appeal. And if possible may not be a bad idea. They can wait their day in court from prison, vs wrecking havoc in their death rattle. May it be so!

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  126. Farm Boy says:

    BREAKING: Republicans On Wayne County Board Of Canvassers Want To ‘Rescind’ Their Votes Certifying Election Results, Reports Say

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-republicans-on-wayne-county-board-of-canvassers-want-to-rescind-their-votes-certifying-election-results-reports-say

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  127. RichardP says:

    From Bloom’s Instagram link: Current mapping of Military flights. Normal day 200, yesterday and today 1200.

    Sentence not clear on numbers. If 1200 is the total for two days, then 600 is the total for 1 day – measured against a normal total of 200 for one day. That is not a questionable increase in military traffice (200 to 600) for a couple of days if we have military training exercises going on.

    The military have consistantly held training exercises within the U.S. across the years. Data such as that posted to Instagram has been posted to the ZeroHedge website from time to time. Maybe even here or at Dalrock’s or The Rational Male. Some commenters who lived near military installations would report an increase in air traffic or road traffic and others would respond with oh yeah – such and such a training exercise is going on for the next two weeks. In my road trips between D.C. and Florida, and between Seattle and LA, I have encountered miles-long convoys of mlitary vehicles from time to time. All perfectly normal parts of the military training excercises going on.

    If the data you linked to is correct, I imagine something similar is going on now. It most certainly is not any kind of coup activity.

    @tsk said: The republic died the morning of November 4th, and we are playing by new rules now.

    Nope. The news reports of voting inconsistencies caused by Democratic malfeasance date back decades. This has been going on for a long time. When you understand that, you will better understand the shock when Trump won in 2016. The Democrats played the same game then. They just underestimated Trump’s appeal to a group that did not normally vote, and so they did not ratchet the fraudulent voting dial up high enough. As I’ve predicted for some time, they did not make that mistake this time. Trump wasn’t legitimately defeated. But the D’s are going to keep him from winning. They may even manage to influence the outcome of the Georgia vote on January 5 so that the D’s take the Senate. Folks will go ho hum for a few weeks and then will get back to being unemployed because of C19.

    Based on the previous paragraph, we are not playing by new rules now. Same rules as they have been for a long time. They have just been made visible / more visible this time around due to the existence of social media. A judge in California rules that the election in a certain district (districts?) was fraudulent. That is, it was conducted illegally. Against the law. In a nation where we claim to be a nation of laws. All the Judge could say was That was illegal; don’t do it again. That seems to be the template going forward. But I’m guessing it is an old template, used much in the past. What is different this time is that we can see it. And they do it anyway. That was illegal. Don’t do it again.

    What is the point of having laws if the Judge won’t say That was illegal. Go to jail somebody. Do not pass GO. And throw out the votes from that district(s)

    And so now more people know that the Emperor has no clothes. He never really has had clothes. It is just that, previously, we have not been able to see as well as we can see now.

    We don’t get to keep what we can’t defend.

    [Add this I will]

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  128. Liz says:

    Pretty sure its the FAA.

    I think you’re right, TSK. I didn’t know the military flight information was public access though.
    I know in the past the FAA has demanded to know the names of pilots from time to time (who flew that plane from X to Y? for example) and the USAF extended them the middle finger.

    Many years back, Mike was in charge of the first F22 deployment to Japan.Think the planning took about a year, so it was on my calendar. About a day after they left headline news announced we’d deployed the planes in response to something Kim Jong Il (DPRK) had done. A few people online at the time were talking about it and I said, “no that deployment was scheduled a year ago”. They wouldn’t believe me.

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  129. theshadowedknight says:

    RichardP, they tried to steal an election in the open, not even caring to hide it. Their response to protests has been, “Fuck you, prove it, and you can’t look at the evidence.” The right is not responding with resignation, we are calling on Trump to cross the Rubicon and shoot the bastards. It’s a much different attitude than before. Its a resurgent right, full of righteous anger. We aren’t looking for fair play, we are looking to bury the motherfuckers.

    The rules are definitely different, because the right has a King. The cuck right is dead, long live the divine right!

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  130. Check out comments also. 🤞🤞🤞

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  132. theshadowedknight says:

    For four fucking years they have said, “Trust the plan.”

    Remember, “Trust Sessions?” That turned out to be a disaster. Trump should have replaced him as soon as he recused himself. But the Qtards ‘trusted the plane and insisted he stay. Then as soon as Barr gets announced, Mueller quit and ran for the hills.

    Remember, “The Storm?” Well, four years later no mass arrests and no crazy weird conspiracies exposed. Even what we know of Epstein is fairly tame. Providing underage but sexually mature girls for the elite is hardly the stuff of nightmares. He was a pimp, they were whores, and the elites are scum, but tell us something we didn’t know.

    Q is an enemy psyop. You know what is important? Trump taking over SOCOM and having it answer to his man. Trump removing the generals from the chain of command. Trump working with lawyers to destroy the legitimacy of a Biden win and deny Biden the optics of leading. Biden having to whine that Trump won’t let him in, making him look weak. Trump setting the stage to cross the Rubicon and tens of millions of Americans calling him across to lead them.

    All of these things are important, but people are not going to do the hard work this takes if they think that a fucking LARP is going to solve all of their problems. So Q focuses on ridiculous conspiracies instead of the very real ones that already exist. They make Americans that would otherwise do the work necessary to bring down the left sit down, instead, because they are ‘trusting the plan.’

    This is going to get solved by hard men who get blood on their hands. Men who butcher the left until they break. Its going to be shooting and killing and bleeding and dying. No one is coming to save us; we have to save ourselves. That is the most important lesson.

    God is on our side, but God helps those who help themselves. Stop listening to the enemy LARP and spend that time learning to sew up wounds, or to can food, or to create medicines and poisons. Take that energy and turn it to supporting those men in your community on whom you rely. Make sure that when they need you, you are ready.

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  133. Now now TSK, I agree 100%! I still want them all to get locked up, as promised! I don’t put much stock in Q at all, don’t worry. But I absolutely believe DJT and crew have a plan and I hope it goes off flawlessly! 🙏🇺🇸🙏🇺🇸🙏

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  134. And I have been helping collect supplies and doing many other things to support my local patriot crews. At the same time telling them with every delivery, “I hope the only thing missing in the end are the snacks, and you guys can just donate the rest!” 💕🇺🇸💕

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  135. Cheque d'Out says:

    Exhibit ‘A’

    With ten years of preparation I’d hope to have a better plan. Sallimsayin.

    I regard the Q thing as a morale booster / psyop (originally) but increasingly with a huge helping of mentally damaged fantasist larpers added to the mix.

    Morale is important but I gave up on Q long ago as a source of what will be happening.

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  136. I have also been busy schooling the younger Patriot ladies, calling them out when they show up and just add drama to a tense situation and have been telling them to be helpful or stay the f home bc this is not a game! Lol. They like me, and are listening, believe it or not! Truth hurts but I think they see the wisdom. 😂😂😂

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  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    Rees-Mogg talks about the departure of éminence grise Dominic Cummings
    The Moggcast: Cummings has a “willingness to shake things up and sometimes things get too shaken”

    I see DC’s departure as a very bad thing. He intended to sort out our establishment and its enduring incompetence after getting a solid Brexit.

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

    (Mass WuFlu screening in Liverpool is underway. A place famed for it’s poor attitude to law’n’order)

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

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  140. Cheque d'Out says:

    (Over 75s were, until recently, not required to pay for a tv licence)

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  141. Farm Boy says:

    The Illinois State Board of Education is proposing a rule that would force teachers to promise they would “embrace and promote” “progressive” views starting in October 2021

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/illinois-board-of-education-gets-blowback-for-rule-forcing-teachers-to-adopt-progressive-views

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  142. Farm Boy says:

    Banging is then heard along with screams of “Polizei!” before armed cops are seen entering and ordering Noack to get on the floor, as he is treated like some kind of violent terrorist.

    As Noack is handcuffed, a police officer in a mask then appears to try to shut down the live stream but only succeeds in diverting the camera.

    https://summit.news/2020/11/19/german-doctor-raided-by-armed-police-during-live-youtube-stream/

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  143. Farm Boy says:

    Many state governors are implementing holiday bans and restrictions. It can be tough to navigate all the rules and regulations, especially when they’re conflicting, constantly changing, and not even followed by the people who made them. So, we consulted with health experts and came up with this one easy tip to help you abide by your governor’s holiday restrictions

    https://babylonbee.com/news/1-easy-tip-for-abiding-by-your-governors-holiday-restrictions

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  145. Again click on the link and drill down into the comments!

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  146. Liz says:

    Army tweets go viral, sex worker making 35,000 dollars a month.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/sex-worker-says-shes-earning-204917851.html

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  147. Liz says:

    Different time zones.

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  148. h0neyc0mb says:

    For those that wanted to know ..

    All Military flights inside the USofA require a transponder (even on stealth bombers) if they are to participate in ATC (air traffic control) usage.

    You can go to flightaware (dot com) and track’em by departure or arrival airports .. or by fleet type .. or by whatever parameter you like .. go start an account .. it’s easy.

    Second .. if you want to be anon(-oh-mass) you can pay the FAA for each N-(number) / aircraft to not release that public info.

    Security is important. But that fee has gone up a lot over the years.

    1200 Mil flights a day isn’t a big number .. jus’ sayin’.

    Back to the 6 days a week 12 plus hours a day routine .. goin’ on 8 weeks now .. ugh!

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  149. Also

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  150. Cheque d'Out says:

    TRUMP – SILENT RUNNING By Justin Bellucci

    Beats the ABBC / CNN propaganda

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  151. A girl can hope!!! 🙏🇺🇸🙏

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  152. Cheque d'Out says:

    I deployed the bird feeders a couple of weeks ago. My back garden is now Blue Tit Central, in truth it is a little nippy.
    https://gardenbirds.net/blue-tit/

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  153. Cheque d'Out says:

    Got a Coal Tit too.

    Turns out that I’ve been hearing him for ages but didn’t know it was him
    (video here)
    https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/bird-a-z/coal-tit/
    Sounds to me like he sings C-Q C-Q
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CQ_(call)

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  154. Cheque d'Out says:

    No Glorious Cock yet. Not even heard him for ages.

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  155. Ame says:

    Whoa, Honeycomb. Hope they give you a break, soon!

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  156. Ok smaller scale but still a good development!

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  157. RichardP says:

    Calling on, hoping for did not storm the beaches at Normandy. Warm bodies did. I don’t think the Republicans have the warm bodies that are needed to dismantle the Democrat corruption machine. That machine is too embedded and too pervasive and too invisible still in parts for any Republican assult to dislodge it.

    @tsk said: The right is not responding with resignation, we are calling on Trump to cross the Rubicon and shoot the bastards. It’s a much different attitude than before. Its a resurgent right, full of righteous anger. We aren’t looking for fair play, we are looking to bury the motherfuckers.

    That is the problem with this part of the conversation – which is being had in many different places. The fact is, the Presidential election is not a national election; it is a State election. And the Constitution does not give the President any power over State elections. Trump has no Constitutional authority to shoot any State player (figuratively or literally). All he can do is encourage the local Republican Party organizations in questionable States to do due diligence and file lawsuits when necessary. But, as we see with the California Judge I referenced in my previous post, corrupt judges are going to water down, or deny outright, any application of justice.

    Again, the President was not elected on November 3rd. Only the electors were elected. The President will be elected in the House of Representatives on January 6. All of the activity in the States going on right now will be for nothing (in terms of determining the winner) if that activity does not change the outcome of the Roll Call of States in the House on January 6. If the relevant judges in relevant States follow the lead of the California Judge (that was illegal; don’t do it again), nothing is going to change at State level. Which means the Roll Call of the States in the House on Jan 6 will remain unchanged. Even if the individual States say yeah, the software we used allowed us to manipulate the vote; so sue us, admissions such as these – that the vote was illegal – will change nothing if the State officials don’t act (as the Judge in California refused to act). The President can do nothing about that, directly, because the U.S. Constitution does not give him that authority. But we may yet see some State officials do the right thing and act locally.

    The State authorities must speak first. Only when that has happened (through all of the local State lawsuits going on now) can the Republican Party (not the President) appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. (I’m ignoring here the fact that either candidate can ask for a re-count in a State.)

    The Supreme Court has the authority to declare the Election so tainted that it must done over. That won’t happen. So the last line of defense is to have a Pro-Trump State Governor tell that State’s electors to “object” when their State’s name is called during the Roll Call in the House on January 6. That may happen, but probably won’t. I think all the rest of what is going on is activity designed to bring to light how corrupt and illegal the Democrats have made this election – so that the Republicans will be better prepared to counter that corruption in the elections 2 and 4 years from now. I think the Democratic machine is too entrenched. I don’t think Republican awareness is going to change anything. Because I don’t think they have the machine in place, as the Democrats do, to get the questionable software replaced in all of the States that are using it.

    Note: throughout my comments about the Presidential Election, I’ve been referring to the State Governors and their influence over their State Electors. I am aware that additions to the Consitution have given the State Legslatures certain powers in this process. In keeping things as simple as possible without being misleading, I’m coming from the standpoint that Governor’s can exert significant influence over the behaviors of the State legislators if they are both from the same party.

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  158. Liz says:

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  159. theshadowedknight says:

    There will not be another election. If Trump wins, the necessities of being Caesar will preclude a vote. If the Democrats can cheat this openly and Trump loses, then they will always and forever cheat and no Republicans will win election again. The days of the constitution are over. Trump crosses the Rubicon and start this off right, or the Red Army vs White Army conflict plays out in America.

    You are suffering from normalcy bias, but those rules are not in effect. This is not normal. If Trump invokes the Insurrection act and orders people to go shoot all the Democratic electors from our stolen states, the right will kill them all. Insurrection act is the play, and then it is off to the races.

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  160. RichardP says:

    Here is a good summary of the issues going forward that we have been discussing. The comment section is also worth scanning through if you have the time.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/im-not-ruling-out-trump-re-election-jpm-am-cio-fears-remote-risk-american-horror-story

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  161. RichardP says:

    If the Democrats can cheat this openly …

    My point is simply that the Democrats have been cheating this openly for some time. The only thing that has really changed is 1.) their need to ramp up the cheating this time around because they underestimated Trump last time, and 2.) the current state of social media enables almost instantaneous transfer of information. Which makes the cheating much more visible.

    The cheating has been there for a while. We just didn’t see it, or see it as well as we are seeing it now.

    If there is not going to be another election, how in the world will Trump win in 2024 if the vote on Jan 6 does not go in his favor???

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  162. RichardP says:

    For those who won’t read through the ZeroHedge link I gave – this is from a link within that ZeroHedge link:

    in February 2020, Senate Republicans blocked bills related to election security, including election security funding and a proposal to ban voting machines from being connected to the internet. At the time, there were 10 other election security bills that McConnell was also blocking (this election is delivering an unending stream of Schadenfreude).

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  163. theshadowedknight says:

    If Trump loses now, he won’t win in 2024 because they will arrest him and eventually kill him. The rest of the Republican party to follow. Look at the end of the Russian Tsars. Successively more radical groups took over until the Tsar and his family were killed by the logic of revolution.

    McConnell doesn’t like Trump because he wants to have the old system where both parties were on the same side. They all went to the same parties and knew the same people. They all greased each others’ palms, and the graft flowed like honey. He is a snake and isn’t trustworthy. He thinks that if he gets rid of Trump he can go back to that. He is a fool.

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  164. This explains the airplane thing, by the guy who posted the images: https://www.youtube.com/embed/fwQCMQf_i2I

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