Discussion about the 5th gen war
For the people who still don't get it, every time you read statements like "Global Warming", "Climate Change",.. just replace that string with "End Of Petro-Dollar Standard" string and read it again. I guarantee, everything will start making sense.
@arakouzo I mean man, I'm fine with most of Latin America being stuck in a moronic level of social development. I've enjoyed being there and enjoying a less complicated (and cheap) place. Often though, they just don't know what the fuck that they are doing. They are exceedingly incompetent.
I'm an autistically simple guy. Good = ok let's try it. Bad = no fucking way in hell. I'm highly resistant to being shamed, embarrassed, tricked, gaslighted and forced into doing things that I think are bad. If I do wake up one day realizing that I've been fucking up then I stop doing the bad shit. Too much coffee habit, just stop. Too many Guatemalans, just stop. It's all the same to me.
@arakouzo Well most Latin Americans seem to be generic liberal douche bags on these issues. In Colombia I had a guy tell me that America is bad for wanting to have a border, basically. I then asked him if he would like another two hundred thousand Venezuelans illegally arriving in his city. He shook his head and made the "FUCK NO" face. I said so "Why does your country get to have a border, but mine doesn't? Why does every other country get to have a border?". A stupid thoughtless face ensued.
Of course they are all full of shit.
There is one idiot Latin American over here in Transnistrian. He told me "Good, get Trump out he is a warmonger!". So the only president who didn't start any new wars and wound down the existing ones is a warmonger. Then Biden gets in and suddenly there is a Syrian deployment on day one and then very quickly big fucking problems in Ukraine again. The Latin Americans are intellectually bankrupt. They are too stupid to be morally or ethically bankrupt. For the most part they just grab shiny things like animals and do almost nothing of any larger intellectual level in the entire fucking continent. They are the most consistently middling people in the entire world. Sure there are much worse people, but there aren't any other worse people who can pass as normal and harmless than Latin Americans. It's outrageously naive to expect anything from them other than me shiny.
The United States is turning into Latin America without the charm.Read More
The culture leans sharply left, and in our current, highly-polarized political climate that means conservatives in the arts tend to be treated as outsiders at best and pariahs at worst. Listen to the personal experiences of conservatives in Hollywood, for example, whether “above the line” (the stars, producers and directors) or below it (the rest of the crew), and you will understand why most keep their politics in the closet to avoid bad vibes, ostracism, and/or outright hostility. The left, of course, dismisses complaints of blacklisting and bias as paranoid whining, but they are very real indeed.
The publishing world is not exempt from this state of affairs. When conservative author Dinesh D’Souza’s new book The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left appeared at Number seven on The New York Times bestseller list, despite actually having outsold all fourteen of its competitors on the list, D’Souza called out the Times on Twitter: “In what alternative universe do Jeff Flake’s 7,383 book sales for this week (BookScan data) top mine at 11,651? Thanks @nytimes fake list!”
This was far from the first time conservative authors had called foul about their books’ rankings on the Times’ all-important bestseller list. Cortney O’Brien at Townhall pointed to another noteworthy recent example: Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer, by co-author couple Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney. A horrifying exposé of the dark(er) side of the abortion industry, the top-selling Amazon release was perceived by some as an attack on the left’s sacred cow of abortion rights. The New York Times did have the book at Number 13 on its “Combined Print & E-Book Nonfiction” list, but did not place Gosnell at its deserved Number four slot among bestselling nonfiction titles.
“It’s not only an insult to the people who have bought this book,” McElhinney said “but an insult to the readers of the New York Times who buy the newspaper and think they are getting the truth about book sales across America but instead get false facts disguised as a neutral list.”
A Times spokesman insisted that the “political views of authors have no bearing on our rankings, and the notion that we would manipulate the lists to exclude books for political reasons is simply ludicrous.”
Ludicrous? The Times says its list is based on “surveys” of “a wide range of retailers who provide us with specific and confidential context of their sales each week. These standards are applied consistently, across the board in order to provide Times readers our best assessment of what books are the most broadly popular at that time.”
"Is it time for conservatives to create an alternate culture?" No $#1t! Stop whining ya wimps, get to it, and find the ones already in the game.
#2021 #IntellectualTakeout #MarkTapson #Cuckold #PsychologicallyCastrated #Conservative #US #America #Christianity #Laity #SpiritualWarfare #PsychologicalWarfare #Demoralization #IdeologicalSubversion #CultureWar #Combat #NationalismRead More
@destraht The "immigration" and "voting rights" issues and all that are just non-issues used to advance agendas anyway.
The way it's spun in the US, being against illegal immigration is a uniquely American problem born from disgusting racism against browner people who speak Spanish. You're not even allowed to call it "illegal" even though there is a law that is being broken. It's just a minor documentation issue, and if the country wasn't so racist, we'd just let all of the people in.
But EVERY country in the world doesn't let people just walk across the border illegally. Even Mexico. If you're entering Mexico from Guatemala, Honduras, or other shithole countries farther south and you're not being escorted by a coyote on the way to the USA and might stay in Mexico, they fucking shoot you. No country allows illegal immigration. But when the US enforces the same laws every other country in the world has, it's racism.
And this "voting rights" thing? Of course you need to fucking prove that you are a citizen, a resident of the district where you're voting, and that you have the right to vote in whatever election is being held. I don't get to vote for France's Prime Minister if I happen to be travelling in Europe and staying in France on the day they're holding the election. They ask for my paperwork to make sure I'm a citizen with the right to vote there. EVERY country makes sure you're supposed to be voting in an election. But ask the media, and this is some uniquely American "show me your papers" Nazi move against browner people.
Everybody knows you aren't supposed to just cross borders or vote in elections in countries where you're not a citizen. And over 80% of Americans are in favor of border control and voter identification. It's just some non-issue being presented as yet another example of "America is racist", to keep the non-thinking masses seething.Read More
Also a gem from the ADL: Why would a nation subvert its own sovereign existence
Eric Bolling Walks Off Live Interview: “Because I’m White You Think I’m Racist? That’s BS!”
Once upon a time, I'd frown seeing things like this. Now, I just shake my head pitying the stupid.
He made himself available to them, and they made a clown out of him on his time, on television, and he followed up by demanding an apology. That said, do I think Eric Bolling is a Racist? Not in least, at least not before that unprovoked belligerent encounter. The man's just stupid like all narcissists are, but I honestly wouldn't fault the man for becoming a racist now. He's just not a smart man.
Hell, I doubt he's smart enough to understand that you never talk to the media. They're not your friends. They're not interested in your side of the story, view, or perspective. They're not even really looking to interview you. They're job is to publicly destroy you. Responding to their inquiries is simply you giving them the opportunity to slip a noose around your neck before they kick you off the chair for the lynching to commence.
If getting publicly humiliated by well dressed slaves with below room temperature IQ's on television is what it takes for people to finally understand that the media aren't your friends, then so be it. I hope people figure that out before they really do start lynch mobs.Read More