Control the Media, Fake the Vote Count


“The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”
Joseph Stalin

Of course the pedants of Western academia hotly deny that Stalin said that. Are they right? It’s true that the quote was not verbatim. We can allow the pedants that much. But really, their reaction is just another example of the Left trying to bury the uncomfortable truth. They want the quote to be ignored by the MSM and banned in the big tech sites such as Twitter.

So what were Stalin’s actual words? They were uttered during a meeting of the Troika (Stalin, Kamenev and Zinoviev) in 1923. Stalin’s secretary, Boris Bazhanov, was also present.

Stalin later had Kamenev and Zinoviev killed. So when Stalin died in 1953, Bazhanov became the only surviving witness of the meeting. This post derives from his account of it.

The purpose of the meeting was to discuss a crisis. The Central Committee, the USSR’s de facto government at that time, had failed to win a majority of the votes in the capital city’s Communist Party organization. The Central Committee faced being ousted along with its three leaders, the Troika.

Stalin said, “I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this—who will count the votes, and how” (emphasis mine).

Note those words: “who will count the votes, and how”.

How about the paper of record? Stalin proceeded as any true tyrant would. He took control of Pravda and published a fake vote count.

And so a faked winning vote-count for the Central Committee became a matter of record, just like that. Easy as pie. The things you can do when you own the media! It was the fine hand of Uncle Jo at work. Creepy, huh?

Droll question: does this remind you of anything?

 


 

Sources:

Oxford Essential Quotations (5 ed.) sourcing from Boris Bazhanov “The Memoirs of Stalin’s Former Secretary”

What a Stalin Quote About Rigging Elections Reveals About the 2020 Election

Posted in Cill, Lies, Politics, Trainwreck, Uncategorized
119 comments on “Control the Media, Fake the Vote Count
  1. Farm Boy says:

    And no one better analyzes this than Victor Davis Hanson. Among other things he highlights the fact that the first two impeachment efforts failed, that the President has been under unremitting attack from day one, that Pelosi and Democrats like Schumer and Biden, have themselves engaged in incendiary speech and conduct. I can’t disagree with his conclusion:

    Do we really wish to institutionalize these efforts to weaken a president? Would a President Biden want his opposition on three occasions to attempt formal impeachment proceedings?

    Would Biden welcome a two-year special counsel investigation of the entire Biden family for its alleged efforts to use his name and influence to skim money from foreign governments?

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/01/pelosis_third_impeachment_folly.html

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Just released from spam

    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2021/01/09/disappointment/#comment-173207

    Welcome. The first comment always goes to spam. Hopefully subsequent ones will not

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Media Calls Boogaloo Boi Protest In Lansing Michigan Inspired By White Supremacy Despite The Fact That Half Of Them Have On BLM Gear

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/462768-media-calls-boogaloo-boi-protest-in-lansing-michigan-inspired-by-white-supremacy-despite-the-fact-that-half-of-them-have-on-blm-gear/

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  5. Farm Boy says:

    The Pretend President may ask for unity, but it’s not at all different from a thief asking his victims to agree to let him keep what he’s already taken. He can’t have the Oval Office and unity; they don’t go together without the legitimacy of rightfully sitting in the president’s chair. When the criminal calls the victim a liar, and the victim’s allegations of what the criminal knows he did as baseless — and the criminal plays himself as the victim of baseless allegations from a “sore loser” — he has quadrupled down on dishonesty, corruption, hypocrisy, and illegitimacy. The chair is vacant to me; there is no voice coming from that office.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/01/what_do_we_do_with_a_pretend_president.html

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  6. okrahead says:

    The year I was born (and I am younger than many here), abortion was illegal in every state and territory of the union, as was sodomy, as was pornography. The people of the United States never voted to legalize or legitimize these things; they were one and hall heaped upon us by a judiciary that took upon itself the role of enlightened despot, while fulfilling only half of that role.
    The U.S. Supreme Court has given us 40 million + infanticides, homosexual “marriage”, and bestiality for viewing on demand on children’s Iphones. No one can vote against any of these things, for once the Supremes have issued a ruling it is the unchallenged and unchallengeable law of the land.
    All of which is to say we have been under the dictatorship of the whims of any five lunatic black robed priests of Cthulu for nearly five decades. The one time they decline to take up a case, the Texas & co. v Pennsylvania election fraud, is the one time they are expressly required by the Constitution to hear such a case (state v. state).
    So the rule of law, if not dead already, is dying. What comes next is nasty, brutish and short.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. okrahead says:

    Current news reports say 25,000 + National Guard deployed to D.C., which may be the most since Lincoln’s second inaugural. Interestingly enough, there were that many troops present in ’65 due to the small matter of a Civil War.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. okrahead says:

    Also, one wonders if Pelosi’s attempts to suborn the chain of command might not meet the definition of “insurrection” for certain legal purposes.

    [Yes, one might think this they could]

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  9. Ame says:

    booooooooo…….really.do.not.like.brady…….could.not.watch.that.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder how the US Capitol was so easily breached?

    Like

  11. Farm Boy says:

    “Isn’t it a strange thing that in every period of social unrest men have the notion that they can pass a law and suspend the operations of economic law?”

    Calvin Coolidge (1872 – 1933), Governor of Massachusetts and Republican presidential hopeful, 1920

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  12. Cill says:

    FB link at 10:09 pm

    “The Pretend President may ask for unity, but it’s not at all different from a thief asking his victims to agree to let him keep what he’s already taken…
    The chair is vacant to me; there is no voice coming from that office.”

    Yes. Despicable people turned the election into a mockery and wrecked America’s status in the eyes of the world.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Cill says:

    Ame, who is brady?

    Liked by 2 people

  14. RichardP says:

    I’m not Ame, but football?

    New Orleans / Drew Breas just lost to Tampa Bay / Tom Brady.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Cill says:

    Okay. American football. I know nothing about it.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Larry G says:

    Pooch pees on electric fence…

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  17. Ame says:

    yes, american football. brady is a quarterback who’s been around for a long time, and i really, really, really do not like him. at all. he wins a lot, but i still don’t like him. so, boo that they won.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Ame says:

    LOL Larry! idk how you find this stuff, but that’s hilarious! lol!

    hope you and your Mrs are doing well this winter 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Larry G says:

    Ame, we are doing just fine, thanks. Still trying to “get out of Dodge” but the China Plague has screwed up our egress for the time being…

    Liked by 3 people

  20. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Boogaloo Boi’ Leader Who Aligns with Black Lives Matter Boasted About Organizing Armed Insurrection On US Capitol

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/boogaloo-boi-leader-aligns-black-lives-matter-boasted-organizing-armed-insurrection-us-capitol/

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  21. Larry G says:

    Buckle your seatbelt, place the tray in the upright and locked position, stow all cats securely in the overhead bin…have a nice flight

    [Stored in the overhead bin the cat was]

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    DNI Ratcliffe Releases Report Showing China Interfered with the 2020 Election and CIA Management Pressured Analysts Not to Report It

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/breaking-dni-ratcliffe-releases-report-showing-china-interfered-2020-election-cia-management-pressured-analysts-not-report/

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  23. Larry G says:

    Don’t you wish your wife or girlfriend greeted you like this man’s kitten does?

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Cill says:

    “he wins a lot, but i still don’t like him. so, boo that they won.”

    Do you not think that’s a trifle uncharitable, Ame?
    😉

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  25. Cill says:

    Looking at my “wink” emoticon above I feel thwarted. The WordPress emoticons of old were more binary in expression. A smile was unmistakably a smile, a frown unmistakably a frown etc. Now they have gone for wishy-washy inclusive emoticon expressions that smack of diversity.

    Like this is supposed to be a wink:

    😉

    My first thought is, it’s not natural, like a queer tranny took one in the eye from a cis white cuck.

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  26. Ame says:

    lol!

    hummm . . .

    channeling Larry here . . . nope 🙂

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  27. Ame says:

    yep, they keep destroying those thingies. i don’t like this set, either.

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    They say that this is a spoof account but we all know there are plenty of people that think like this

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sounds like a worthwhile cause. Prepare to dig deep

    Liked by 3 people

  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    Borderline pedalophilia accusations commenced.
    Please note that Cougars are brave, strong and empowered – completely different.

    [Actually stunning and brave they would be]

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Liz says:

    New pup has obedience training today. His first day of school!
    His favorite “toy” is a cone-of-shame (the one we use for our other dogs post-surgery).
    He puts it on, runs around with it after the other dogs. I think it makes him feel bigger.
    It’s extremely funny.
    He has about doubled in size since we brought him home I suspect he won’t be able to remove it so easily pretty soon.
    Hope you all have a great day.

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  32. Liz says:

    Good (topic related) writeup by Hoyt:

    https://accordingtohoyt.com/2021/01/14/how-to-read-the-news-in-totalitarianism/
    (how to read the news in Totalitarianism)

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    Strewth, Bruce

    Liked by 1 person

  34. tb20driver says:

    So a lot of people get confused on this but if you give a man all your twenties and he doesn’t give you a ring, then you’re legally allowed to give him one act of violence for each year wasted. Things you should never wait for are the “perfect” moment and men. Good night y’all!— harper-rosé (@HarperRoseD) January 14, 2021

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

    I guess that it’s ok for some people to condone and incite violence.

    [Oddly inconsistent these people are]

    Liked by 4 people

  35. Farm Boy says:

    Specifically, the U.S. said it had obtained new evidence that researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology became sick in the fall of 2019, before the first identified case of the outbreak in the surrounding city, with symptoms it said were consistent with either COVID-19 or common seasonal illnesses

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/01/state-dept-claims-new-information-shows-covid-19-originally-came-from-wuhan-lab/

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  36. tb20driver says:

    The people who regularly talk about Trump inciting violence, all seem to be the people who are actually violent themselves!

    https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/alec-baldwin-donald-trump-sedition-noose-outside

    maybe they think the worst of others, because they are aware of their own tendencies and project them on to other people.

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    What Happened To Our Villains?

    From Darth Vader to Darth Emo

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Bitteroldman says:

    Tb20- yes, they expect what they have done to others to be done unto them, and I am curious how many members of Congress will be in attendance during the swearing in Wednesday.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Farm Boy says:

    Dershowitz: Impeaching Trump After Presidency Is ‘Plainly Unconstitutional,’ Senate Shouldn’t Accept. “It will be unconstitutional, but that probably won’t bother the senators.” To be fair, it seldom does.

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/426671/

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  40. They had me at “torture”.

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  41. Scientists who wonder how effective a vaccine that doesn’t actually prevent transmission will be at slowing the spread of the virus might need to re-enroll at the University of Science for some remedial classes.

    Liked by 5 people

  42. https://sovietmen.wordpress.com/2021/01/18/stop-it/

    Stop pointing out hypocrisy.

    Yes, protesters in fancy dress taking selfies of themselves in the Capitol are going to face many years in prison while BLM and Antifa rioters burned down city blocks and attacked federal buildings with near impunity.

    Yes, you can say online that the 2016 election was st*len but not that the 2020 election was st*len.

    Yes, you can post nonsense about Russian compromat on Trump but not Chinese compromat on the Biden family.

    Yes, Bill Gates tells us to reduce carbon emissions while he swans around on private jets that produce 160 times more carbon that we do.

    Yes, many many leaders who cajoled or forced us into lockdowns ignored their own rules almost as though they didn’t really believe their own words.

    Yes, anti-lockdown protesters were berated for spreading the coof while BLM protesters were applauded by health workers for combating the dangerous scourge of racism.

    Yes, there are many other cases.

    Shut up.

    Everyone knows. We get it.

    If our elites were sensitive to claims of hypocrisy we’d have seen a hint of it now. Clearly they don’t care.

    Liked by 4 people

  43. whiteguy1 says:

    Day 628 of my rolling dumpster fire of a divorce. (Shit that’s a long time!)
    Got the transcript back from the attorney’s office of our deposition last week, that I now need to correct. Groan.

    It’s like hotel California, I checked in but I can’t check out.

    Texas Supreme Court has kicked the Covid can down the road, again, restrictions still in place until April 1st. 2021…

    I’ve realized some of my baseline stress is that I have to keep relieving the stupid shit of our marriage, and that’s not healthy!

    -One fun interaction from the deposition:
    Attorney: Do you like being in a lawsuit?
    Crazy: A long pause…
    Crazy: Can you repeat the question?
    Attorney: If you could end this today and settle the case, would you? Do you like dealing with all this?
    Crazy: Another long pause…
    Crazy: I don’t know.

    Pretty much sums it all up. She works 24hrs a week part time, with no benefits, $35/hr as a nurse. In our part of Texas she could be pull 2x with bene’s and still that doesn’t include OT work.

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  44. Can you give me the skinny on the bogus bar mitzvah says:

    I have recently been interested in researching about how movie scores depict a picture and tell a story of there own often within a scene as an accompaniment to the visual screenplay in movies. This comes after hearing about my favorite music artist Owl City had released a project where he had shared a number of scores for 12 historical events based on a subject of his choice that impacted him in some way these where – The Endurance, Mount Rushford, Voyager 1, Corduroy Road, Project Excelsior, Miracle in the Andes, Omaha Beach, The Assent of Everest, The Spirit of ST Louis, RMS Titanic and Apollo 11. He had also written a little memoir as backstory to why he choose to begin this musical journey.

    Quote Adam Young Owl City – “And so, as I listen to the works of the composers I first fell in love with, I feel a great longing to create my own version of that same wonder and euphoria that moved me as a young impressionable musician. I want to create worlds of sound that tell stories and tales in ways that cannot be described with words. I want to explore a vast, wild universe of storytelling and create in others the same fascination and curiosity I felt. ”

    “Stories are infinite. They offer us the ability to retell them according to the way we imagine them. Thus, I want to create musical narratives that aid in the telling of stories that move Adam Young, according to his imagination. And I want to share them with you.”

    Well they certainly left an impression on me at least in particular The Endurance track lists having instantaneously fallen in love with hearing them I soon finished reading explorer Ernest Shackleton and capts Frank Worsley diaries along with several according accounts of the event written by historians.

    For anyone who does not know about The Endurance here is a link summarizing the journey
    https://www.history.com/news/shackleton-endurance-survival

    The thing that strict me the most was there resolve and ingenuity in a time of turmoil and how in particular both men Shackleton and Worsley rallied the tropes together in very different ways to one another and still kept the groups trust and loyalty meanwhile not compromising the safety of the crew the term I coin it is “leadership under crisis”

    relating to this post –

    “So what were Stalin’s actual words? They were uttered during a meeting of the Troika (Stalin, Kamenev and Zinoviev) in 1923. Stalin’s secretary, Boris Bazhanov, was also present.

    Stalin later had Kamenev and Zinoviev killed. So when Stalin died in 1953, Bazhanov became the only surviving witness of the meeting. This post derives from his account of it.

    The purpose of the meeting was to discuss a crisis. The Central Committee, the USSR’s de facto government at that time, had failed to win a majority of the votes in the capital city’s Communist Party organization. The Central Committee faced being ousted along with its three leaders, the Troika.

    Stalin said, “I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this—who will count the votes, and how” (emphasis mine).”

    I believe this is very naive quote from Stalin and I will propose why I think this using examples of “leadership under crisis”

    Napoleon French Campaign in Egypt and Syria – https://www.montana.edu/historybug/napoleon/plague-syria.html#:~:text=Napoleon%20entered%20Syria%20from%20Egypt%20with%2013,000%20troops,,and%2035,000%20troops%20set%20sail%20for%20Alexandria,%20Egypt.

    In this read you will notice – “Napoleon definitely gave orders to poison the 50 or so remaining soldiers. Dr. Desgenettes refused, so Royer, the chief pharmacist, administered the doses of laudanum. There is no record of any of the soldiers dying from the poison, although several claim to have survived the poisoning and the plague. Indeed, the Turks apparently found seven soldiers alive at the hospital when they entered Jaffa. The French soldiers recovered from plague and were cared for by the British navy (Herold 1962).

    The Syrian campaign was over. Napoleon and the remains of his army returned to Cairo. Napoleon sailed to Europe on 24 August 1799 to meet his destiny. Although the figures are incomplete, the archives of the French Ministry of War indicate that French casualties in Syria included at least 1,200 killed in action, 1,000 dead from disease, and 2,500 ill or seriously wounded. In all, 2,000 soldiers may have died from bubonic plague during the entire Egyptian expedition”

    But what it does not mention is the leadership left behind. The remaining soldiers did surrender to the Ottoman forces only after a couple years still fighting and among them appointed a new leader whom you can research about in the timeline and battle of the Napoleon French Campaign in Egypt and Syria. Because this a rather heavy subject for me to possibly explain but from what I learned is somewhere down the line this leader was betrayed and killed by one of his own soldiers after having turned there battles in Egypt in there favor for time the being at least. But still they had suffered a few defeats and some men lost faith in him and believed they were going to lose the war and they eventually murdered him. The part I was most curious about in this whole historic story was the secondary event to all these unfolding moments this was the scientific expedition. When Napoleon set about leaving for Egypt he took the most elite French Scientists with him and throughout the course of the war these intellectuals surveyed the land and made many scientific discoveries as well as obtaining/unearthing artifacts now back to the overall war it become to end when the British Navy had closed in on the French army and forced them to surrender.

    https://www.napoleon.org/en/young-historians/napodoc/bonaparte-in-egypt-2-the-scientific-expedition/

    “The scientific side of the expedition proved to be a great success, but from a military perspective, the operation was a failure, never more so than after the loss of the French fleet, which was sunk by British ships commanded by Nelson at the Battle of the Nile (also known as the Battle of Aboukir Bay). French forces surrendered to the British on 2 September 1800 and were told to leave Egypt by 30 August 1801 at the latest. The British seized many of the discoveries that the French had made, including one of the most important, the Rosetta Stone. It can now be found at the British Museum in London. A few years later, the French scholar Jean-François Champollion used a plaster cast of the stone to decrypt the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic language.”

    What is apparent to me in this over haul story is that knowledge, leadership and history are the biggest bargaining chips in civilization each member of Napoleons army built there society and in so there own history It was not the reliance of one man but the collective effort and sprint those few good men who marched into hell for a heavily cause.

    When I reflect on WW2 and Stalin I remember him but I also do a cause and the many men committed and sacrificed to that cause in Russia as do I for all the countries involved in WW2 both Axis and Allied powers and what cries out from this is a light from brave men who stood for something or not the honest men caught up in evils of others.

    My Grandad served in WW2 survived and lived to 95 year old he was part of the 51st highlander division and this song was a tribute to them but the reason I mention this song is it tells a story that words cant describe and that I have been trying describe in the whole of the text I hope you all can get the feeling of what I was trying to articulate and type from this and I will leave another song for sakes that as well

    Thanks for getting my mind working Spawny with these thought provoking posts of yours.

    [The “critical drinker” you would be?]

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  45. Farm Boy says:


    Washington Post: Any Black or Hispanic Trump Supporters You See Are Actually Examples of “Multiracial Whiteness”

    Whiteness comes in many colors.

    Just know that all the bad people who have to be put into camps are “white,” even if their skin is brown or black

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/392203.php

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    Do they realize how stupid they appear? One might wonder if they have some type of mental health issue

    Someone Put Up A “White Lives Matter” Sign In CA And The City Slammed It As “Racist” And Said They’re “Disgusted By This Despicable Act Of Vandalism”

    https://notthebee.com/article/someone-put-up-a-white-lives-matter-sign-in-ca-and-the-city-slammed-it-as-racist-and-said-theyre-disgusted-by-this-despicable-act-of-vandalism

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Karen is right

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  48. tb20driver says:

    More proof that pu$$y is dangerous:

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/gwyneth-paltrows-vagina-candle-explodes-in-uk-womans-home-report

    [Not sure of the point of such a candle I am]

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  49. horsemanbombadil says:

    No. Really, the fact that we never got a working SARS vaccine after years doesn’t mean this one was rushed.

    Liked by 2 people

  50. b g says:

    Okay, I had to laugh ;-D

    [Hunter’s that would be?]

    Liked by 2 people

  51. RichardP says:

    And just like that, educated people came to understand that expectant mothers craved smooth taste.

    And so they stocked up on smooth peanut butter.

    Liked by 1 person

  52. Farm Boy says:

    UK authorities are considering a new measure that would force people to send selfies every day to prove they’re self-isolating, photos which would then be cross-referenced using GPS data and facial-recognition software.

    https://summit.news/2021/01/18/uk-authorities-could-force-people-to-take-selfie-every-day-to-prove-theyre-self-isolating/

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    A comment released from spam

    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2021/01/17/control-the-media-fake-the-vote-count/#comment-173267

    I am guessing it was spammed because it had too many links

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    I will add this in response to Can you give me the skinny on the bogus bar mitzvah

    Sorry that it is Welsh and not Scottish

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    Once again, these are considered to be the smart people

    Biden’s Climate Team: “Systemic Racism” Is To Blame For Climate Change

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/bidens-climate-team-systemic-racism-is-to-blame-for-climate-change

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    A Chinese American socialite who once rubbed elbows with Hillary Clinton plunged naked from her penthouse in Hong Kong while holding her 5-month-old daughter in her arms, leaving them both dead, according to reports.

    https://nypost.com/2021/01/13/chinese-american-socialite-lili-luo-plunges-to-death-with-baby/

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  57. Larry G says:

    Cat vs Popcorn…popcorn wins

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  58. Larry G says:

    and you thought you had a crappy day…

    Liked by 1 person

  59. tb20driver says:

    “[Not sure of the point of such a candle I am]”

    to give your fingers a rest!

    Liked by 1 person

  60. Ame says:

    So sorry, White Guy 😥

    Liked by 1 person

  61. Larry G says:

    Saint Jo and his Ho?

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  62. Larry G says:

    whatever works…

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  63. Larry G says:

    Lynyrd Skynyrd – Free Bird

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  64. Larry G says:

    Dumbshit Award…

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  65. Larry G says:

    Pink Floyd – Learning to Fly

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  66. Nice toy.

    Anyone with a modicum of training and a shot gun can blow them out of the sky.

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  67. Larry G says:

    last one for today…got guns to clean…

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  68. Larry G says:

    I lied, so sue me…

    Liked by 2 people

  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Notice that not the lady ghostbusters they are]

    Liked by 3 people

  70. Cheque d'Out says:

    BATWOMAN Season 2 Episode 1: MELTDOWN REVIEW!!

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  71. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sandman – President Biden Will Make Everyone A Priority . . . Except White Males – MGTOW
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/HXiIQLxq5AN1/

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  72. Comments, get your post-winning comments…

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    Like

  74. horsemanbombadil says:

    Kh I saw that somewhere…Joker’s? Or Replicant Phish?

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  75. horsemanbombadil says:

    I don’t need a reason

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    When you think about it, the WonderWoman1984 movie is relevant to present times. Its two main themes are: you shouldn’t cheat your way to a win, and that the truth matters over all else

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  77. Joker’s, I think.

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  78. Amazingly, not even luscious Linda can make a perm look good.

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  79. horsemanbombadil says:

    Thanks KH. Your reward

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    There’s something about the title of this article that really rubs Democrat socialists the wrong way. It incites a level of anger and irrational behavior not seen since the MAGA clothing line hit the shelves. For the Democrat party and their media acolytes, this catchphrase has been stretched thin to wrap around the recent violent and unlawful breach of the U.S. Capitol, now used as the black swan event to drive a stake through the heart of Trump conservatives

    “Stop the Steal” is not a call to violence, nor does it narrow upon a disputed election that will put the worst possible nominee of any presidential race in American history behind the Resolute Desk. It represents a civil but firm opposition to a Democrat policy platform that seeks to wrench the foundations of democracy out from under our feet.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/01/stop_the_steal.html

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    The wants, the needs, the dreams of ordinary Americans just do not register with our rulers. What matters to them is to smite the evil of racism, to bend the arc of history towards justice. And Save the Planet.

    In other words, the rulers are incapable of experiencing ordinary Commoner Americans as ordinary Commoners just trying to live their lives. Instead, the Commoners must be drafted as stage villains in the rulers’ moral drama, which rich-kid Marx wrote up as Communists and the workers against the hated bourgeoisie. Now, of course it’s rich-kid allies helping oppressed peoples fight the white oppressors.

    So where do the Commoners stand in all this?

    Obviously, Commoners can’t be allies: too deplorable. They can’t be oppressed peoples: too white. So they must be white oppressors: QED.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/01/causes_of_the_great_rejection_by_commoners.html

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  82. Can you give me the skinny on the bogus bar mitzvah says:

    Farm Boy,

    In my opinion you have the aptitude and ability to provide an analysis that of a pragmatic thinker. Finding points relevant to what you were originally looking for. Then before deciding to keep or discard your ideas. Consciously reiterating points back onto the current topic in order to give distinguishable observation. I think this is the word “order” which would best suit the label if you will of that I take at least from your stringent writing. Whereas I’ve got a tendency to veneer towards the more theoretical looser considerations the other processes at work the and or relationship to other realms of possibilities within the same matter. My main issue is understanding the objectivity.

    I don’t know if your familiar with “Paralogical Perception?” If so I would be interested in hearing your thoughts and that of all readers here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZmJUYIsp98

    Recently I have been be researching and learning more about deductive and inductive observation. Which I have come to believe is only to categorized mode views of paralogical perception.

    I also want to ask you another question and if you could expand more on this thought

    – The wants, the needs, the dreams of ordinary Americans just do not register with our rulers. What matters to them is to smite the evil of racism, to bend the arc of history towards justice. And Save the Planet.

    In other words, the rulers are incapable of experiencing ordinary Commoner Americans as ordinary Commoners just trying to live their lives. Instead, the Commoners must be drafted as stage villains in the rulers’ moral drama, which rich-kid Marx wrote up as Communists and the workers against the hated bourgeoisie. Now, of course it’s rich-kid allies helping oppressed peoples fight the white oppressors.

    So where do the Commoners stand in all this?

    Obviously, Commoners can’t be allies: too deplorable. They can’t be oppressed peoples: too

    (As it registered within me that of something I dont know enough about and cant not quite express yet but have a feeling that it will develop and come to me.)

    Maybe it is a connection to what I was investing my time to once again when researching a different topic “The Great Easter Rising and Michael Collins role in Ireland’s republic . Which someone here could maybe tell me more about or share this common interest.

    I want to thank you so much for writing on here because I always learn or takeaway from yourself and many other on here. Although I sometimes disagree or miss points out that have been made I hope you dont see me as cluttering or spamming your blog. I am lot younger I imagine than many of the followers on your roll. I have a belief that you should ask as much questions regardless of how silly they may be to others as way of learning. So I hope I dont come across as impudent. Finally before I finish writing I wanted to note to you that unlike many manosphere blogs I consider this one a welcoming place and aplure you all for keeping the nasty and pathetic extremists out.

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  83. Cill says:

    Can you give me the skinny on the bogus bar mitzvah, I released your comment from Spam a few minutes ago. You had tried to enter it in this post. Had you intended it for another post? If it is for this post, had you intended to address it to Farm Boy or to me? If the latter, I’ll try to answer it.

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, guest posts around here are always welcome

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    “keeping the nasty and pathetic extremists out”

    Actually, such people, whoever they are, don’t seem to come in the first place. Nice. Less hassle all round. That isn’t to say that some of the comments here wouldn’t upset the average everyday nutter (I suspect). There’s a happy balance to be kept.

    Not worried about how old anybody is, nor what sex they are. It’s about honesty and accuracy in regards to reality*. In fact one of the original three on the blog was a female bodied gender dysphoric. I miss Tarn(ished Sophia), a return would be welcomed. The tone and commentariat lean male and that’s fine, no reason that men shouldn’t have a place that caters for them. But we do have a number of women that also enjoy (or at least endure) the whiff of testosterone and comment here.

    I’d be happy to send you an invite as a post creator. In fact I will in a minute. It’ll go to the email address that you comment under. If that’s ‘inaccurate’ (no problem with me), just use a viable one in your next comment and flag up in the comment that it’s the one to use for the invite. Farmboy does the scheduling, I don’t think that there’s any appetite for editing of posts – you write what gets posted, is the general way of things.

    p.s. I recommend that you comment on the current post if you want maximum interaction with others. Although for unknown reasons, while new posts come in at midnight (Isle of Man time (UK)), commenting tends not to move over to it until my morning. This isn’t a rule but it certainly seems to be a pattern. I guess that I’d still recommend commenting on the new post even if you’re unfashionably early.

    (* Honestly wrong is not the same as deranged or lying)

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  86. Can you give me the skinny on the bogus bar mitzvah says:

    The main message which I was trying to communicate was our culture has a way of blinding or pushing back what wonder really is out there and I think the moment we start letting ourselves run with an idea it can influence and make you want to become a better person on so many different levels and pages. I mean once the moment your mind starts to snowball like that it can lead you into so many new avenues the problem is they don’t always meet the ones others are on. Having other creative minds in the same space can cause separation. Which means more baseline for mutual understanding is needed in opposing conversations.
    I would stress this would come with both views having equal sincerity and depth. All the more
    reason we should discard the view there is one group of individuals and there is another. For example – those that don’t require or seem to need to have any friends while the other set group would tell you that your all wrong and you do need people. There is a question for you I dont and wont attempt to even know??? Maybe this has been answered I would imagine the likes of Carl Jung tossed and turned over the question the introvert and the extrovert would possibly be his attempt at that to me at least it seems to the purpose of the MBTI test??? Writing that I begin think his whole lives work was based on that.

    – (I was trying to resonate with the concept that Farm Boy had wrote. I mentioned being I was more inclined to have subjective reasoning and that objectivity often flew over me.The more I write a response to you all the more I lose that meaning and context cause I cant explain a thing that I know cause I’ve always just know it) On that this quote fits rather nicely “The brain is quiet when there is attention | J. Krishnamurti” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2yTJ4ZvY6c

    “The wants, the needs, the dreams of ordinary Americans just do not register with our rulers. What matters to them is to smite the evil of racism, to bend the arc of history towards justice. And Save the Planet.

    In other words, the rulers are incapable of experiencing ordinary Commoner Americans as ordinary Commoners just trying to live their lives. Instead, the Commoners must be drafted as stage villains in the rulers’ moral drama, which rich-kid Marx wrote up as Communists and the workers against the hated bourgeoisie. Now, of course it’s rich-kid allies helping oppressed peoples fight the white oppressors. So where do the Commoners stand in all this? Obviously, Commoners can’t be allies: too deplorable. They can’t be oppressed peoples: too”

    – But now I am confusing myself so never mind how confusing this may be to you. So in reply to me it would be better to refer to my original post to the group. The reason I posted in this thread was cause I thought the topics I was discussing related best here to Cill and Farmboy’s comments on worldview but I would love it if Cheque ‘Out wanted to participate. My questions where “order” “paralogical perception” “Inductive/deductive reasoning” “Objectivity” “How to be a pragmatic thinker” and Michael Collins because he in my opinion embodied a worldview in a pragmatic sense.

    PS I would like to give apologies to CILL I forgot in my reply to Farmboy that this was your thread and I’d also like to thank Cheque d’Out for the invitation to be a post creator but I would like to kindly decline this invite as I feel my thoughts are to scattered and its not made any easier with fact im a heavy Dyslexia. You want people with correct grammar and punctuation this takes a long time for me. The people that do create content here do a terrific job and im just happy to comment and give feedback when I can.

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