Young Men — Distractions

Distractions are things that capture one’s attention, with the hope that one will not see what is truly happening. Magicians use them to good effect. In other cases, the results are less amusing. All people are susceptible to distractions, though on average, younger people are more susceptible. They just haven’t seen as much, and are thus more likely to be taken in. Taking in experience, and thinking about what you have seen are the key. This takes time.

But one can accelerate the process. Be on the lookout for distractions. Many are specifically tailored to younger people. They play on their vanity, their desire to be moral, to be cool. Consider what you hear with a “be from Missouri” attitude. That is, show me.

Some narratives are legit and some are not (with many in between). A way to try to determine which are which is to look for background facts, alternate explanations, longer analysis, potential motivations (which are not necessarily what people say that they are), etc. In other words, think.

Once again, realize that people are trying to take advantage of young people by pressing the buttons that they are especially susceptible to. Consider what appeals to you and your age cohorts. Then consider which of these leaves you open to manipulation. Finally, consider that the people that are trying to distract you, are attempting to make you see one thing, while another thing is happening elsewhere. Do you think that such people would have your best interests in mind?

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182 comments on “Young Men — Distractions
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Hooray. WordPress let me write a post. It came alive.

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  2. Red Pill Apostle says:

    “In other words, think.” How to think should be the subject of the next post.

    Leftists took over universities. Then they trained their students that would be the next generation of teachers to be leftists. Words like “mainstream” are used and they all assume everyone who is educated, correction, degreed (there’s monumental difference in most cases) thinks like them so it must be the case. The teachers pass their bias to their students starting in Kindergarten.

    If you are under 30 and public school educated in the US, the chance of you having politics woven into lessons is 100%. The chance that you were told leftist lunacy is the mainstream normal position is 100%. Maybe, just maybe, you had a teacher who is a closet libertarian or conservative that was brave enough to risk their job by suggesting there might be other viewpoints. This is as rare as a man under 30 finding a 20 year old hot virginal woman, who takes biblical gender roles seriously, is submissive, sexually adventurous and wants to marry him and have his babies.

    [Write a guest post you might]

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  3. Sharkly says:

    Yeah, the schools can’t teach worth a crap! I took a year’s worth of Spanish and at the end I could only recognize a few mostly useless words.
    Many years later I discovered Spanish comedian Consuelo Duval, who played Federica on La familia P. Luche, I learned far more Spanish by watching her. The English subtitles weren’t all that got turned on. Sometimes distractions can serve a useful purpose.

    Her all-natural milk wagons became the Rosetta Stone I needed to unlock Spanish!

    Si es muy bueno!

    [Well rounded education receiving he is]

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  4. Sharkly says:

    LOL, That was just a joke for y’all. I still can’t speak any Spanish.

    [Yes, but distracted you were.
    Since distracting I am not,
    learn Yodish you did]

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  5. RichardP says:

    Finally, consider that the people that are trying to distract you, are attempting to make you see one thing, while another thing is happening elsewhere.

    So – a useful question would be: how does anyone know when someone is trying to distract them?

    One way would be to be suspicious of anyone appealing to one’s ego.

    Another way would be to aquire some detailed aquaintance with the subjects of logic and fallacies and the Scientific / Socratic Method (of which there are specific, ordered steps to problem solving). The setup if A = B, and B = C, then A = C highlights one other skill that is needed, and that is the knowledge of definitions. Using the formula just stated, how can one possibly know if that is a true statement without first questioning whether A, B, and C have been defined properly?

    So, a knowledge of logic and fallacies and math is useful, but so also is a knowledge of definitions. Aquiring useful familiarity with each of these requires some consistent, focused attention over time. But with so many distractions available, recent generations of kids are too easily distracted by games and music videos and blogs and such. This keeps them from devoting the required time to gaining the knowledge of those things that facilitate critical thinking.

    And so we end up with the working man’s version of critical thinking (rather than all of the formal permutations of critical thinking laid out by Socrates and Plato). That is, extensive experience in one or two areas gives one the ability to know when someone is bullshi**ng, without the need to go through all of the formal steps laid out by Socrates and others. But, gaining this working man’s version of critical thinking takes a lot of time (to gain the necessary level of expertise in one or two subjects). Those who talk about the 10,000 hours concept are addressing this area of experties. So, as a younger person, there is some value to learning the more formal methods of evaluating what someone is telling you, as laid out by Socrates and others.
    Working man’s approach – gain expertise in one or two areas.
    More formal methods

    But neither one of those methods is going to be acquired by the young person who cannot get rid of the distractions that are so much more pleasant (in the short term) to pay attention to. And I think that is the primary deficit imposed on the family when the father gets ejected. Because it is usually the father that lays down the discipline to the young person to set aside the distractions and focus on earning the skills that matter (logic; fallacies; critical thinking, etc.)

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  6. Cheque d'Out says:

    Thank you America. True gratitude. He’s all yours.
    p.s. Penis Moron (the dickhead formerly known as Piers Morgan) is also at a loose end having departed UK TV… no reasonable offer declined

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  7. Sharkly says:

    It was a trade! You get Meghan. Ha ha ha!

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  8. Hello, let’s see if WordPress will let me post. I have not been able to log in or post for months! Test.

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  9. Hey it worked!

    So, is the whole world getting red pilled by force now or what exactly is happening bc it’s either going to be really really good or really really bad… can’t exactly figure out which.

    I am praying like crazy every day for a miracle!

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  10. Sharkly says:

    RPG, I’ve been wondering the same thing. And I was also wondering what had happened to you.

    FWIW, although I don’t speak hardly any Spanish, I am a little bit better at Korean. I get about 1/3rd of the words in this K-Pop song. With Close Captioning turned on, I can check myself.

    They have a couple bits of nifty choreography. But, I don’t like the little interjected bits of rap. Apparently rap music sucks in any language. 😁 Here, I’ll try a bit of Yodish: Bringing cultural diversity Sharkly he is. The force is where when need it you do? Him make stop now please.

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    Somebody is definitely a GOOD BOY

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  12. Cheque d'Out says:


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  13. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    When you say magicians&distractions,you mean when mel toume started that huge interest in jazz music again with his multiple guest appearences in the magicians night courtroom,right?Every kid on my block wanted to go to jazzclubs after that!While I just went to leadbelly-manowar reunion concerts at small university clubs as usual!While everybody but me shaked that thing!What was that thing you were suppose to shake?P.S.See my redpill alert comment on latest post at jacks?

    [So dance you can not?]

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  14. @sharkly thanks! To be honest I have not done much this past year besides be pissed off. I am in a lockdown state and my biz has been closed for over a year. I can hardly believe all that’s happening, and how so many seem fine with it all. Very frustrated. Too many darn 🐑🐑🐑 just going right along. It’s scary to watch and I often feel like a pow but I am trying to stay positive. LOTS of prayer! So much uncertainty. Not liking it at all. I envy those who can seemingly compartmentalizations. I am not a good pow. I feel like a horse in a too small stall who just kicks the walls all day every day!

    Today my fully vaxxed cnn watching aunt came over in a double mask and I don’t think she was prepared for my answer to “how are you?” 😂😂😂 She’ll be unpacking those red pills for months, if ever…

    My theory is it’s a ww and it’s free thinkers vs commie/globalists/bankers. I spend a lot of time on telegram. Seems to have the best non censored info although lots of imposter accounts too. I like Linn Wood.

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

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  16. Liz says:

    Hey good to hear from you Bloom! Been wondering where you’ve been.

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  17. How are those across the pond snd down under faring? Scary the pressure you all must be under, it seems you are a few months ahead in this whatever rollout.

    This may be helpful info, lots packed into this site.
    https://nojabforme. info/ (take out the space)

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  18. Hi Liz! 💕🙌💕

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  19. Liz says:

    I have a question for monarchists who believe the bloodline ordained with some power that would be against Christ to refute.
    Where do you think the monarchy obtained its power?
    Answer: Through force. Then they established enough force to keep their shyte and grant titles to others who married into titles and more money/power and so it goes.

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  20. I also have a question for the people outside the U.S. Do you all have Pringles? If so, what flavors are the best-sellers in your area?

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  21. Liz says:

    The failure of democracy isn’t a message that times were better when everyone lived under a caste system and punished for wearing the color purple. It’s a message that voting criteria needs to be more stringent, and the folks who are in charge need to be held to a higher level of standard and accountability.
    Because an overwhelming percentage of the masses are stupid and the powers in charge protected from accountability.
    -[/thus endeth the rant]

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  22. No offense to any crown subjects, but the neo-monarchists on this side are no different from any of the other froot-loops we have today. Anybody who wants to kiss my foot is free to do so, but I will not kneel to any man.

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  23. My advice: Give up carpentry and run for office.

    Maybe become the director of the CDC or NIH. Hell, you could even be president.

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  24. Kinda sucks that this is true, but it’s true.

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  25. “ It’s a message that voting criteria needs to be more stringent, and the folks who are in charge need to be held to a higher level of standard and accountability.”


    Everything 🇺🇸🕺🇺🇸 Said would happen w the tampering did. Fingers crossed it was a big sting. And that A Z will open Pandora’s box.

    Maybe it was God who blocked my logging in bc I truly was just pissed and you guys didn’t need my ranting day and night. I will try to keep it productive.

    So much info flying about too, it’s a lot to take in and process, I have been hoovering it all up and trying to sort it out.

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  26. Liz says:

    Two Bushes in a generation is too close to a Monarchy for me.

    [Two Clinton’s worse it would have been]

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  27. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Liz the monarchy america mainly has is the republican-democrat oligarchy,which became very obvious by the time w.bush was pushed on the U.S.people!Remember the U.K. even admits mehgan is looking to be made president-queen of america with crown-makers like winfrey who crowned obama to do the same for her&make harry first dude of D.C.!This likely won’t happen by 2028?

    [Wonder who a member of Meghans’s constituency they are I do]

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  28. And then Jeb! decides we just need another Bush to be president…

    The only thing people need to be asking W about these days are questions like, “Out of the whole 8 years of your failed presidency, what would you say was your BIGGEST failure?”

    Or maybe, “White people got you elected, why do you hate white people now?”

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    These people can’t shoot straight, apparently.

    [Like these guys they are]

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    “How are those across the pond and down under faring?”

    Bank Holiday Monday here (national holiday) so naturally it’s blowing a hooley and I’m waiting for the heavy rain to roll in. First of May, mid afternoon…50F. Marvellous

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  31. Liz says:

    -5 C (22 or so F) here.

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    I was persuaded that Queen Liz was better than Prez Blair back in the day.
    Now the prospect is King Chucklehead (and his son is from the same mold (sic)) vs ???

    It’s become a harder sell.

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    Okay, I never expect to win an extreme weather competition around here. Max/min/whatever.

    But I will defend our record of shit weather on public holidays. So there

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  34. Reagan made some terrible decisions during his political career, but the man had a presence completely lacking in modern pols.

    That’s a man who believes in what he is doing. He doesn’t have to ask his handlers what they want him to do. “Do you want me to take questions, Nance (Pelosi)? I’ll do whatever you want me to do.”

    He doesn’t struggle to remember the lines written for him by his bosses. He doesn’t ramble, mix metaphors or just trail off after mumbling incoherently.

    Reagan loved America and hated Communism.

    Biden loves himself and hates anyone he’s paid to hate, including America.

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  35. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Monarchy works for the reason that the monarch has skin in the game. His incentive is to make the nation as strong and as productive as possible to benefit himself. Just look at the Middle East, and you see that kings take a bunch of borderline morons that are into fucking goats and killing anything that isn’t their immediate family and turn them into productive nations.

    Democracy is dead. It only ever lasts a couple hundred years, and its time is up. Whether we like it or not, a king is coming. The sooner, the better, because what comes in between now and a king is terrible beyond what most of you can imagine.

    You’ll kneel, just like you pay at least lip service to the laws and social mores of Soviet America. I don’t see any of you–save perhaps Ton–fighting the system in America. You all dance around it and accommodate it. You wear masks, which is just as much a submission an taking a knee before the sovereign. Kneeling to a king who ends the madness is vastly preferable to what we have now. Would you be willing to serve a king who ended the family court system and divorce at the whim of a woman? Who secured the border and deported the invaders? Who let the law abiding men of the community drive out the criminal scum that threatens them? Who returned women to their proper status and allowed men to start families? I would, and I’d kill for such a man. Kneeling is a small price to pay for a functioning nation.


  36. Red Pill Apostle says:

    redpillgirlnotes is how I found spawyspace so I owe a debt of gratitude to her for writing. Take heart RPG, there are two things I see happening in today’s world.

    First, we are witnessing the left overplaying their hand. Enough people are at the point of being pushed too far or have nothing left to lose and we are witnessing pushback. It’s going to get more unsettled before it gets better, but what the left is missing is that their arrogant leftism is creating opposition that will no longer go along to get along.

    Second, every day the kingdom of God marches forward. COVID has actually caused more people to search for answers. More people have tuned in via livestream to watch our church than we’ve ever had before. We never see all the moving pieces, but we know they are working towards God’s end.

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  37. Liz says:

    Have you spent much time in the Middle east, Wulfgar?

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  38. Liz says:

    It is true monarchy has skin in the game. Monarchism is not required for skin in the game.

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  39. Liz says:

    Haven’t spent much time in the ME myself, but I know a whole lot of people who have. Not celebrities who stay in the five star hotels. I have yet to talk to anyone who has come back with the impression “this system is great! This is exactly what we need over here!’
    (internet is awful I’m out for the day hope you all have a good one)

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bank Holiday Monday in Scotland as well, apparently

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    ” Penal Laws of the day led Catholics to hide religious articles so that they would not be punished. The Penal Rosary, a one decade rosary that could be hidden in a pocket or up a sleeve, was created for those wanted to pray the rosary secretly.”

    Maybe the physics teacher can come up with something for the periodic table or maybe a slide-rule version.

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  42. If you really want to protect men’s health and sanity (Ha! As if!) ban weddings.

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  43. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    No, never been to the ME, though not for lack of trying. Though I wouldn’t have been going for the amazing way they ran their countries.

    Where would you rather live, Syria while Assad ran the whole country or Syria after the democratically elected government of America interfered with how he ran his country?

    “I’ll let savages and foreigners overrun my home, let women tear apart families and the fabric of society, let the regime in Washington and the states lock me up and shut down my livelihood, and let my civilization be annihilated, so long as I don’t have to press one knee to the ground for another man.” –Americans

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  44. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Banning weddings is just a failure of imagination. What we need is to Make Women Property Again. That will solve it.


  45. Ame says:

    Wow, Bloom, so sorry to hear all of that, but very glad to see you again
    Been wondering how you’re doing.

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  46. RichardP says:

    re. the subject of distraction and learning how to think:

    In recent years, here and at Dalrock’s and The Rational Male, etc., there has been consistant discussion about how the inability to perceive how behavior is connected to outcomes leads to a less than optimal life. That point is usually made with reference to women, but some men are affected by it also – even if in different ways.

    Teaching this is like that is an effective way to teach how to see the connection between behavior and outcomes. Providing an example or two of other behavior –> outcomes from other situations can help one to recognize the need to examine behavior –> outcomes in a current situation. The following link, given inside the first link at my post upthread, is an interesting read on implementing this aproach, given that young folks tend to not pick up on the comparison(s) available in the this is like that teaching.

    To the extent that men are better than women at seeing the connection between behaviors and outcomes, this would be another significant deficit imposed on the family when the father gets ejected. The young kids would be deprived of a significant life lesson in being taught to consider how this is like that relates to a curent problem that needs to be resolved.

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  47. @CdO

    Halfway through the History of fighter engines video. Very good so far. The book “Secret Horsepower Race” is still only out in hardback. At $45 I’m going to wait for the softcover.

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  48. Only the government can lose money selling weed

    Ontario Cannabis Retail Corp. lost $42 million in the latest fiscal year, according to newly released public documents.

    The provincial Crown corporation tasked with online sales and wholesale distribution of recreational pot reported revenues of $64 million for the year ended March 31, 2019.

    Court halts Ontario cannabis store licensing until judicial review takes place However, Ontario’s consolidated financial statements show the OCRC, which operates as the Ontario Cannabis Store, racked up expenses totalling $106 million during the period.


  49. Cill says:

    WordPress is undergoing change. Been happening for a while. It’s not as good as it used to be yet. There’s no more omnisearch, for example, and right now it looks like new posts are restricted to blocks.

    There should be a pink “Add a new post” button. If it’s not there click on “Me” and it usually shows.

    It’s in a state of flux and is different every time I open it.

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  50. This is gonna wow them at the prom …

    If she has any hair left.

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  51. Cill says:



  52. You know who’s not getting a BJ tonight?

    That guy.

    Yeah it was all her idea, but he’s still gonna be sleeping on the couch.

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  53. Can’t… stop… laughing…

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  54. Cill says:

    I just opened it again. The code editor is back. Still no omnisearch though.

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  55. What are referring to when you say “code editor”, Cill?


  56. Cill says:

    Anyone who has a chandelier in the kitchen needs to be brought down a peg or two.

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  57. Cill says:


    Posts > Add new > Options (3 vertical dots top right) > code editor

    I like it better than the default “Visual”, although they both have their uses.

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  58. Gunner Q says:

    “If you really want to protect men’s health and sanity (Ha! As if!) ban weddings.”

    A relative of mine sent me a wedding invitation last year… with a Zoom password because obeying the State is more important than me showing up.

    I tossed the invite in the trash.

    Good luck unfriending me on social media, Cuz.

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  59. Oh please, please, please ….

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  60. Cill says:

    Yeah. Hit that house. Think of the sweet sound it will make.

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  61. Cill says:

    D-i-i-i-e douyin…

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  62. For folks wanting to form local support networks of free minded folks: https://freedommeetup .org (take out the space.)

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  63. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Be careful of meetups. Word is that the usual methods of vetting people and keeping feds out are no longer working. I don’t know if it’s true, but if it is, be careful. Keep your eye out for anyone trying to encourage you to do something stupid and violent or illegal.

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  64. joshua4355 says:

    Liz: Never having lived under a monarchy, you are welcome to tell me I am speaking from ignorance.

    Two thoughts about a monarchy. First, a monarchy is very good, from a perspective of having people come to salvation through accepting Christ as king.
    In a democracy, people have the lesson reaffirmed, on a weekly basis, that we humans are the pinnacle of authority. What we decide to be right, is in fact right. If the majority decide that marriage is only possible between a man and a woman, then than is right. If the same group later re-votes and decides that a marriage can be between one person and anyone else, even including a dog, then this is right also.
    This kind of thinking is the opposite of the mindset needed to accept that God is God, God makes the rules regarding morality, God has the only vote regarding what is needed for eternal life, and God will unilaterally (dictatorially) decide whether you spend eternity in the lake of fire or with him in heaven.
    With the above mindset in mind, a monarchy is excellent. Even a misguided / wrong monarchy like what is in Saudi Arabia, which enforces the laws from Islam, reaffirms the idea that we, as a people, do not get to decide for ourselves what is the law. Yes, many decisions from the SA kingdom are wrong… but they absolutely do not encourage a person to set themself up as their own god.

    Second, in a hereditary monarchy, the father knows he will be in power for decades. Therefore:
    1) He does not (need to) worry about short-term popularity, for the sake of re-election. He can focus on what is best for the country.
    2) He does not need to buy votes, so the incentive to steal from producing citizens, to gain money to enable him to give to the moochers, is less. Since socialism is death for productivity in the real world, this lack of incentive for stealing from producers is good for the long-term health of the nation.
    3) He will be giving the country, as an inheritance, to his own son. Hopefully, he will therefore want to pass a reasonably peaceful and healthy nation. Since this desire is from selfishness, rather than from altruism, this is likely to occur (but not always).

    Of course, any system with a sinful human in charge will have problems. And a king can cause more problems than one individual in a democracy. Once your democracy is filled with 40% liberal/immoral people however, your nation is permanently screwed until they are conquered. With a kingdom, you can hope that the next king will be better, and that new king will have the authority needed to change direction/law unilaterally.
    But for the sake of eternity, a system with a dictator/king at the top will best help people to understand that their opinion of what is “right” is irrelevant, and best set them up to accept Jesus as King of their life.
    And a system with one (selfish) person who has a vested interest in seeing the nation be healthy over the long term has a vastly better chance of health than a system that has a bunch of (selfish) people with short-term views.

    Gah! H/T to Wulfgar; I see he was first to post the idea for my #2 idea above. Some good wisdom in his post.

    the folks who are in charge need to be held to a higher level of standard and accountability.

    I agree. But who is going to hold the leaders to account? The next government leaders will have the same short-term view — just until the next election. One leader may impeach/jail the prior, but that will likely be for political capital (votes and/or retaining power), not due to a true desire for justice.

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  65. Interesting thoughts on how the injected may be affecting the non. I have noticed this twice now personally. Sounds like the stuff that helps otherwise, helps here too.

    https://www.bit (remove the space.)

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  66. Point noted re meet ups.

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  67. Makes sense the the govt. would even operate pot shops at a loss. Of course they would increase regulations, bureaucracy, and controls to the point it has no hope of profitability, even tho it was sold to the public as the answer for funding all sorts of services and reducing tax burdens! It’s kinda what they do, overthink everything. They could learn about bare bones overhead and operating expenses from the old school hustlers, nearly all profit very little costs! 😂

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  68. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    That’s not to say that you should not do meetups, only that you need to be more careful. The Nicene Creed is a useful way to keep most feds out, because many of them can’t say it. Just be careful, but we need to be organizing and setting up communities now, rather than when it is too late.

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  69. https://mamm .org/

    Millions against med man dates!


  70. Not sure if there are similar outside of the USA but at least for those in the states, meds and scripts can be obtained here:

    https://www. americasfrontlinedoctors. org/


  71. Re meet ups I have met many in my area thry working on a campaign for a pro free candidate. Sadly and likely due to shenanigans not successful but still met some great folks. And a few I think were plants. My spidery senses were off the charts w them. Mostly due to their peddling new age bs and such.

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:


    [Not impressed with either one I am]

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Jump up on the bed it did?]

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  74. Cill says:

    The easiest quickest way to learn a foreign language is pillow talk. Just take the dusky maidens of foreign shores to the sack and whisper to each other all night long. By the morrow you will know her tongue (or so I’ve been told).

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  75. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Its happended again!Bill gates became distracted by lisa again&now him &mrs gates are going to split up evenly with him getting 75%of the source code&her about 25%!I always wonder wheres that ”equtible split” at that us non-born rich guys never seem to get?Farm boy why don’t you speak on equitable distribution in ”courting”?

    [Finally free to pursue PhD in virology he is]

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

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  77. I was wondering when Melinda was going to hit the eject button.


    It’d take more than ~$70 billion (her payout) to get me to do that!

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    The Minneapolis Target store that was infamously ransacked by looters last year now proudly displays a mural celebrating those same rioters.

    [Made it a PSA about not ODing on fentanyl they should have]

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  79. Liz says:

    Heh, still have internet. Sort of.

    Appreciate the considered response, Joshua.

    Think I read a few years back a lecture from the Gate family similar to Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In”. Gates helps wish dishes. Or something. Look they are just like us! He does dishes too! Does anyone really believe that either of them have washed a pot in the last 30 years?

    [Probably wished for dishes together they did.
    Then magically appear they would]

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    The City of Baltimore was mocked over a public information campaign encouraging people to get vaccinated before they could socialize, with some comparing the promo to a domestic abuse PSA.

    The ad shows a disgruntled looking woman being told by her controlling boyfriend, “Mimosa with the girls? You still aren’t vaxxed, Debra!”

    [Substitute a Karen for the man they should have]

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    A city in Texas voted Saturday to ban abortions within city limits and allow residents to sue abortion providers and anyone else who assists a person obtain abortion services.

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  82. Sumo says:

    Pringles? We have those in Canuckistan. The regular ones are the best; the flavoured ones are hit or miss.

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill officially banning vaccine passports and ending public COVID-19 rules. It goes into effect on July 1.

    Private businesses can still implement their own mask and social distancing rules.

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    Biden Administration considering outsourcing domestic spying to private companies to get around laws that prohibit domestic spying.


  85. Farm Boy says:

    Jeopardy Bans All Contestants From Having Hands

    [Arrgh. A pirates life for me it would be]

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    It’s Official: New White House Cat To Be Named ‘Chairman Meow’

    [Wonder if bite him like the dog did it will I do]

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  87. Farm Boy says:


    Can you teach Bill Gates Virology?

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  88. Gunner Q says:

    “Two thoughts about a monarchy. First, a monarchy is very good, from a perspective of having people come to salvation through accepting Christ as king.”

    One thought about a monarchy, God punished His people when they demanded a king. His original design was for a decentralized, limited government.

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  89. Farm Boy says:






    Liz’ reaction

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  90. @red pill apostle… awwww you just made my day! Glad to hear my ramblings helped! Lol.

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  91. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    God had rule by priests before the first king. That was still a authoritarian system. It wasn’t democracy by a long shot. Women and foreigners rule over America now, which is a much worse curse than a king. So you get no points there.

    By their fruits shall you know them. Democracies fall into utter chaos and degeneracy within a couple centuries, while monarchies endure for millenia. England had its problems, but it didn’t have constant terrorism, rape gangs, and women destroying families until after the monarchs were helpless irrelevancies.

    Would you rather live in a land ruled by women and foreigners, where crime against you goes unpunished and defending yourself is grounds for imprisonment, where you can’t build anything that will outlast you, and where you are drowned out by the stupid and unproductive? Just so you don’t have to kneel? You will burn everything your ancestors built and handed down to you just to save your pride? “No one gets to tell ME what to do!” Except that you still obey, you just pretend that because you jammed a piece of paper in a box every two years you are somehow an equal.


  92. Cheque d'Out says:

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  93. Cheque d'Out says:

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  94. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    I would tell bill gates to keep it relz from first appeareance at roissy in early ’10,then with dal’ from mid-’11 to officialy may ’15 to latter-days at spawnys 11 years later from first full appearence!Also non-puberity blocking kid cartoon vitamins that are similar to the ”bloody beatles” in their butcher album period&being a non-licensed self-help guru on local tv since the early ’90s dos’nt harm nothing!Like I never due with my enthuastic way of life!Remember ”I’m fun to be with, I’m a attractive person,I refuse to beat myself up&smart enough”!Thats my best advice in a concise manner,especialy for non-university types like I&Bill gates!P.S.That perfect gentleminz I have always been will never disappear!Even if it looks like it!I will be somewhere out there fighting the good fight against evil empires like other rebel-loner waskals like solo!

    [If a non-university type you are,
    How a professor you would be?]

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

    A must read

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  96. Gunner Q says:

    “You will burn everything your ancestors built and handed down to you just to save your pride?”

    My ancestors booted King George then built the greatest nation in human history. Honoring what they built is exactly my intention.

    Do remember that the Founders specifically avoided making a democracy in the first place.

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  97. It does makes you think, at least if you’re not a blue-haired idiot.

    I’ll believe 81 million votes for Biden. I don’t believe 81 million people voted for Biden.

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  98. Liz says:

    Wulfgar, is the problem with China that Xi hasn’t been given enough power?
    This is all over the map. Since you mentioned Assad I guess (I’m inferring) in your estimation dictatorships of all varieties are also monarchies and “better”. Dictatorships are typically far from Christian. But at least they aren’t representative republics!
    Pol pot, Tito, Stalin, Mao…
    I thought Joshua’s post was reasonable, though I disagree strongly and he was incorrect on some points.
    I’ll just take this one:

    First, a monarchy is very good, from a perspective of having people come to salvation through accepting Christ as king.

    If the monarchy supports Christianity. This is far from assured.
    If it doesn’t, you’re subject to whatever faith the monarchy supports.
    As was mentioned, in Saudi and a large portion of the ME it is Islam.
    Under the Chinese imperial dynasties it was (I don’t know, or care for that matter…but whatever it was was brutal as hell, for centuries). In Egypt it was Ra.

    And then there are the monarchies that adjust interpretation to fit the immediate desire of the monarch (example the formation of the Anglican church). What these systems of government seem to have in common isn’t Christianity specifically so much as a general lack of religious freedom (for whatever religion, or interpretation of that religion, is outside what the prevailing ruler desires it to be). In the case of the Janissaries, Christian children were forcibly taken from one monarchy to serve as the soldiers for an Islamic monarchy.

    -nuff said

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    Covid vaccination rates are dropping across the United States, especially in some rural areas. Young adults are shunning the vaccine, too. According to the Centers for Disease Control, fewer than 1.1 million first dose shots are jabbing arms per day, as opposed to the nearly 2 million from just three weeks ago.

    Scott Harris, public health officer in Alabama, thinks vaccination avoidance in his state is due to those white rural types who don’t trust the gubmint.

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    “Vee haff vays”

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    Will this picture help Derek Chauvin get an appeal? Juror attended BLM rally wearing ‘Get Your Knee Off Our Necks’ T-shirt before trial – and lied about it on jury questionnaire


  102. Farm Boy says:

    The CIA’s woke recruitment video gets panned: Don Jnr leads ridicule as recruit describes herself as ‘intersectional cisgender millennial’ diagnosed with ‘generalized anxiety disorder’


  103. Farm Boy says:

    A Christian politician in Finland faces up to 6 years in prison after being charged with multiple hate crimes for criticizing homosexuality and citing Bible verses.

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    Progressive Criticizes Jesus For Not Being Very Christlike

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  105. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Xi’s problem is indeed that he has not taken enough power. If Xi had complete and total authority and power, he would quickly find he did not have time to run everyone’s lives and businesses for them. He would have to delegate to the individuals and businesses to run themselves. One man cannot handle that much power enough to wield it. Instead, an army of bureaucrats has to take it and wield it, which makes them disturbingly powerful. One king 3000 miles away is capable of far less tyranny than 3000 kings one mile away.

    Religious freedom is overrated. Religious freedom gave us all the heretics and insanity we could wish for. I am categorically opposed to religious freedom for that very reason. You know what religious freedom got the Spanish? Conquered, when their religious minorities opened the gates to the Mohammedan invaders. They learned from that mistake, and started the Spanish Inquisition to make sure it never happened again. Look what happened in America: religious minorities opened the gates to foreign invaders. Sounds an awful lot like an argument for tried and true social technology of an Inquisition!

    What we would like is ultimately irrelevant, though. Demotic societies last a couple hundred years and collapse violently. Greece took the wisest people in the world and in a couple hundred years turned them into an irrelevant backwater. Rome took the greatest people in the world, and turned them into squatters in ruins. America took the smartest people in the world and is turning them into slaves in the ruins of their land. A violent collapse is coming, and what replaces it isn’t going to involve voting by anyone but the biggest, meanest killer and anyone he considers, big, mean, and killy enough to bother caring about their opinion.

    The republic is dead, and hopefully it’ll be a couple thousand years until someone is stupid enough to try it again. I’m just passing along the message in the hopes that what is coming is as smooth a collapse and recovery as possible. There is no fighting this, any more than any other inevitability. The Wrath of God is gathering, and nothing we can do at this stage is anything other than being His instruments.


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  107. Liz says:

    If Xi had complete and total authority and power, he would quickly find he did not have time to run everyone’s lives and businesses for them.

    AI has changed this a lot.
    Welcome to the world of the digital autocrat.

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  108. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Not really, Liz. You still have to send people to make people do things, or to change statuses. Those AI farms have a lot of people that manage them. If Xi gives them power, then they are the terrifyingly powerful bureaucrats I speak of. If he does not, then he hold ultimate power and he doesn’t have time to go to everyone’s home or business to tell them what to do. Until the Terminator system comes online, the more direct action a ruler takes, the more he has to delegate that out. If he formally delegates his power to bureaucrats acting in his name, they are the kings. If he informally delegates it to fathers and business owners, they are the kings. The more that formal power is concentrated at the top, the less the ability of the ones with power to actually functionally apply it.

    And again, we are not taking into account that the incentives in a monarchy are better than those in a democracy. A king has something to hand over to his son, and he is in it for life. He doesn’t have to worry about anything but being overthrown from within, which isn’t likely to happen if he is doing well for the country. The better the country does, the more money and power he has. His stability and wealth are based on how stable and wealthy his people are.

    We can see this in the Middle East. Would you expect the nation of Derkaderkastan to be more stable and prosperous under an elected government, a military dictatorship, or a hereditary monarchy? We have the evidence right there. You put Arabs under a king, and they can stop killing each other long enough to get something useful done. A military dictator has to lean on them more, but again, by and large you have peace. Then you offer them democracy and it turns into militias making sure that you vote for them, or you don’t vote at all.


  109. joshua4355 says:

    God punished His people when they demanded a king. His original design was for a decentralized, limited government.

    Excellent point Gunner.
    At that point, Israel already knew about God, and God was a regular part of their entire culture. A human king would have (and did) interfere with Israel’s direct obedience to God.
    As Wulfgar pointed out, the prior system that God set up was still dictatorial; it was God giving commands through the prophets; people had no vote or say in what laws were given.
    By putting in a human, king, the nation went a (dangerous) step away from God.

    For people in our athiest cultures, many people do not know God. The idea of “you don’t get a say” is opposite to their expectations. A visible example of a king could help guide them to the right mindset. (As Liz points out, that king could still use his power for evil, but at least people would not be encouraged to have themself as “god”.) I think a kingdom would be vastly closer to the “God > priest > nation” configuration than the “elected people > nation” configuration.

    But yes, if people would directly obey God, that is by far the best. And the part of keeping the government small is a great side benefit of having people look to God for laws and guidance, rather than Big Daddy Government.

    It is unfortunate that someone (Satan?) snuck in at the last minute and switched the US from a republic to a democracy/republic.

    Religious freedom is overrated. Religious freedom gave us all the heretics and insanity

    This I completely disagree with. Unlike with a hereditary monarchy, the kinds of people who raise to the upper limits of religious power are routinely bad people. You will note that in Titus, Paul instructs Titus to appoint elders; there was not to be a vote, campaign, or public debate. With the “appoint” method, there is at least a chance that humble, obedient servants of God would be selected.

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  110. RichardP says:

    If Xi had complete and total authority and power, he would quickly find he did not have time to run everyone’s lives and businesses for them. He would have to delegate to the individuals and businesses to run themselves.

    Wulfgar – you have the seeds of some valid historical arguments in the things you say. But your credibility on these issues disappears in the face of your last sentence in the quote above.

    Dictators / Kings throughout history have always controlled distant territories through the appointment of thugs loyal to the dictator. A thorough examination of any society throughout history will bear that out. Never has a dictator / king of any kind ever left it totally up to individuals and businesses in distant territories to run themselves.

    It is true that some empires, such as the Roman empire at certain points in its history, grew large by basically leaving the conquered folks alone, to continue their way of life undisturbed – except for the tribute they were now required to pay to Rome. However, those conquered businessfolk were not left alone to decide for themselves whether to pay the required tribute. Thugs loyal to Rome were positioned throughout the conquered territories in order to crack the Roman whip on any who dared run their businesses (and lives) strictly for themselves.

    Someone you already know of presents a perfect example of my point:

    Following Tiberius’ death and the ascension of Agrippa’s friend Caligula in AD 37, Agrippa was set free and made king of the territories of …

    From Wikipedia:

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  111. joshua4355 says:

    Not really, Liz. You still have to send people to make people do things, or to change statuses.

    I get the idea that a human king needs to work through other people. But in the last year, I have not noticed any shortage of people willing to enforce the idiot laws coming from our democratically-elected leaders. So the need to delegate does not seem to be much of a limiter.

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  112. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Maybe the next post should be on correspondant schooling like I&my friend tom(Eb{Green acres} dawson) lister who died last year did!?I got my phd in manowar&achiles,moses&jesus then later another phd in a certain peaceful way of classroom debating while tom just learned how to become a barber in the 60s&then a motivational speaker!In the 90s?I actualy taught him advanced highly technical techniques of motivating others with my repitore of devasting moves&finishers for modern classroom warfare that all SJWS leave raving reviews for on ratemyprofessor&motivational speakers from the old haney place on green acres!Our alma matter had a song that started with ”I shead a tear as I raise my glass of beer”but that sounds like most big u’s of the last 50 years. right?See how I always go my own way,off the beaten down track?I live&breath MGTOW better than most,right?

    [Wonder what your personal pronouns are I do]

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  113. Liz says:

    Heh, he (Pfluger) was in our squadron.

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  114. Cavuto is just so… I… can’t… even…

    You know the thing when you throw up in the back of your mouth a little? What’s that called again? Cavuto-ing. Well, I just Cavuto-ed.

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  115. Liz says:

    That one was too good, Swithy.
    Gotta steal it. 😆

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  116. SFC Ton says:

    It is unfortunate that someone (Satan?) snuck in at the last minute and switched the US from a republic to a democracy/republic.

    yankees and republicans…. Which is pretty much satan

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  117. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Don’t wait for the world to end to get in shape. Get in shape so you can end the world! Burn it down, and start the world!

    Kings rule by thugs, and those thugs become the nobility. It isn’t lack of ability that restrains a king’s hand, it’s the fact that if he arms too many thugs and sends them out to do too much, the money and the power starts ending up in the hands of those thugs instead of the king’s. Its what killed the French king. He empowered too many bureaucrats, and they took that power and used it to behead him and take over, and we all saw how well that worked.

    Like I said, the guys that conquer America aren’t going to let people vote on whether or not to be conquered. The best option is to prepare the best system to hand to the best man to be king before we get ourselves a Caligula. It’s that, or Caligula. There are no other options at this point.


  118. Cheque d'Out says:

    Some elections coming up on Thursday. Woodentop Stammer is not doing well as the ‘leader’ of laba. Deciding to copy everything that the toreez do with just minor tweaks might be part of it. Another bit might be about not having any charisma whatsoever

    Having said why he’s shit, you have no idea how screamingly funny that list of potential replacements is. If you added all of their IQs together…you MIGHT hit 300. If they bin Qweer Stammer, I CANNOT WAIT to see the election for his replacement.

    I said on the blog, when they ended up with Stammer, that he was by far their best option – shit as he was. They’re busted. Packed with quota selected rubbish, nutless males and hard-left commie unelectable thugs.

    The toreez are not much better but they’ve the gift of the millennium in their opposition.

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  119. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    As a bit of a Yankee myself, I second Ton. Massachusetts is the come of the high church or Satan, Harvard University.

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…sort of. Nothing to worry any pink filters

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  121. SFC Ton says:

    There are more options then that

    We as a people aren’t smart enough to choose them but that still leaves more then 2 options

    The mostly likely one is ending up like Brazil etc with more racial conflict

    It’s also likely the billionaires will just buy the government completely and run it from the background. Which I think would be the 2nd worse option

    There are things that are looking up for us. Demographic replacement numbers aren’t as bad as they have been. Some version of poltical power for the White working class is forming. Zipper heads and middle class taco benders are starting to understand they are honkies from the poltical left’s perspective. And some small number of moon crickets don’t really want to join us but know the left ain’t working for them. Which could buy us more time if rural blacks stop voting/ stop voting like urban blacks. Best news of all is county sheriffs telling the feds eatadick. Which is my personal favorite bit of good news

    The West has had mostly good, decent or ineffective monarchs. Not to many tyrants compared to the rest of the world. For a host of reaons. Christianity for certian is one, lack of technology and resources is another. Culture that wouldn’t really go for it is another. In was reading how There are some ok monarchs in the middle East. You dont hear much from them becuase there isn’t much to hear about and life is pretty ok if you are part of the dominate religious and ethnic group but monarchs aren’t going to make a come back in the West. We aren’t one people to agree on something like that, culture wouldn’t support it. And we don’t want it because they would have the technology and resources to be very powerful tyrants without Christ and culture to offset their worse desires.

    I’m not looking to fight anyone unless it for a South free of yankees, small hats and all them other degenerates. Every day I debate about giving everything I own in the US to my oldest son and taking the Girls and my younger kids overseas. I’m pretty sure I have enough cash and I’m 100% certian I don’t want them to live through what we’re 100% certain to go through with in 50 years. And I don’t want kill people over who gets to run shit show and deal with the national debt of a wrecked nation, ecconmy and culutre after a genocidal civil war and genocide is probably the only likely lomg term solution

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  122. SFC Ton says:

    That’s some funny shit boss

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  123. Gunner Q says:

    “Kings rule by thugs, and those thugs become the nobility. It isn’t lack of ability that restrains a king’s hand, it’s the fact that if he arms too many thugs and sends them out to do too much,”

    History is much more imaginative than you are, Wulfgar. But don’t worry; you’ll get your all-powerful king very soon, probably even Vatican-approved. The Powers That Be aren’t orchestrating a Great Reset in order to DE-centralize power, now are they?

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  124. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    The Vatican is a joke that clearly obeys the Progressive faith instead of Catholicism, let alone Christianity. Acting like the Vatican matters anymore just goes to show how little you understand politics. And if you think that the idiots pushing the Great Reset are going to end up in charge after it all shakes out, then you don’t even understand how people work.

    [Your name really “thundercock” it is?]


  125. RichardP says:

    King as figurehead.

    Nobody should be allowed to get in the way of profits. (corporate mantra)

    We are well on our way to being an oligarchy, run by a few large corporate heads who have the primary interest of protecting profits. Any president or king would simply be a figurehead. This may come to predominate sooner rather than later, depending on how the SCOTUS decides the following case.

    Chief Justice John Roberts, however, sees things differently, according to a report by the Engineering News-Record. According to him, based on a previous SCOTUS ruling that corporations are people, New Jersey’s argument that it has sovereign immunity from private party lawsuits has a solid standing: PennEast is registered in Delaware and the 11th Amendment, on which New Jersey’s argument hinges, says that states cannot be sued by citizens of other states.

    From here:

    Probably an important case to watch.

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  126. RichardP says:

    s/b: “Oligarchy may become visibly predominate soon rather than later”

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  127. Cheque d'Out says:

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  128. RichardP says:

    I’ll try Yodish:

    If citizens, ruled they are, vote they can (corporations).

    [Your language choice a sign of intelligence it is]

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  129. Farm Boy says:

    Philippines Foreign Minister Sends Profane Tweets China “GET THE F— OUT


  130. Farm Boy says:

    Given this state of affairs, how can conservatives be sure we’re not the crazy ones? How can we know our version of reality is correct, reflecting the world as it really is?

    That’s a legitimate question. We conservatives tend to be naturally reflective and introspective, recognizing a moral and intellectual obligation to be honest with ourselves and avoid self-delusion. Moreover, about half the country is now arrayed against us, including the corporate media, Hollywood, the sports world, legions of bureaucrats, and even many of our own (former) friends and family members. Under such constant bombardment from the left, it’s natural to occasionally question ourselves. Are they right? Are we insane?

    The short answer is: No, we’re not. They are.

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  131. Cill says:

    Yoda a draft is disturbing the Force.

    [Disturb no more it does]

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  132. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Yes, I am Wulfgar Thundercock, as was my father, and his father before him. We, the thundercocked ones, be the enormous burden of our namesake with patience and grace. Everyone has their lot in life, and ours is long and hard. We rise to the occasion and stand tall, no matter what faces us. It can be difficult explaining our ways to others, and many women have said of the men of my line that it is hard to wrap their heads around us. Yet we continue to plunge forward, and do what is needed.

    Also, we have very large penises.

    [Double entendres much you do]


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    [An imposter for speak Yodish he does not]


    [Green she is]







  135. Liz says:

    Mike said this reminds him so much of me, it made him laugh out loud. 😆

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  137. Cheque d'Out says:

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

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  140. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well that can’t be right

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  141. Cheque d'Out says:

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  142. Interesting if so…

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  143. The above is a long thread. Here’s part two:

    Huh. 🤔

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  146. Wtf?!? 🤬🤬🤬

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  147. Huh… imagine that…

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  148. I’m no, hard no on this. I don’t care what is said… and James Wood lately… not sure about him anymore either… tbh.

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  149. Trump JR on Lowder w Chowder this am at 10 EST. (15 min.)

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  150. Liz says:

    NEW: Pfizer to seek emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 2-11 – CNN

    I’m surprised they put the words “emergency use” before the authorization.
    Most articles just say “authorization” which is purposely misleading (the reader may interpret this to mean it is FDA approved but it is not)

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  151. Liz says:

    So the FDA (the same one that claimed purell doesn’t kill viruses around this time last year), is emergency authorizing a vaccine with no longterm testing to be used on 12-15 year olds en masse.

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  152. Cheque d'Out says:

    Use the force he didn’t.

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  153. Ame says:

    LOL! And we wonder how we got to where we are today 😳🤡

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  154. Cheque d'Out says:

    Heads Up to FarmBoy

    Red Pill Apostle accepted an invitation to write a post.

    Here’s a link to his comment (on the About thread).


    I think that he wants to check on what he’s written before you post it. I’ll hand the conversation over to you…

    And once again, thanks Red Pill Apostle

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  155. Cheque d'Out says:

    Once again, I paste a link to a specific content on this blog and it renders as a link to the post.


  156. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brace yourself for turble news
    Brie Larson being phased out of the MCU

    Are lessons being learnt about teh woke?


  157. Cheque d'Out says:

    Quite a good one, I think

    My guess is that she wants a way to inveigle her way into a circle of men in order to get access to an attractive guy. She’s not happy to hear that most men don’t feel the need to hang with women purely socially. Rich is good here


  158. Cheque d'Out says:

    So…multi-billionaire Bill Gates is going to be single

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  159. SFC Ton says:

    Communist drove the rebranding of America from “republicn’ism” to democracy

    I think they started doing that inn the late 1800’s/ early 1900’s.

    Andrew Jackson was big on extending the vote to poorer White men but I don’t think he labeled as expanding democracy…. don’t know that for certian.

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