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  1. Getting rid of aluminum sounds nice, what with all the climate engineering going on.
  2. I have no way to know if those statistics are true, or if the demographic projections are valid. But like the author mentioned, he doesn't take Muslim children into account. I wonder how many Europeans are breeding with the incomers, and if this factors into things. I particularly liked this paragraph: Conversely, when a solitary but fully armed US Marine finds himself confronted by five machete wielding Jihadists, it’s fairly safe to say he will recount the ensuing events to his comrades the following morning. The Jihadists, on the other hand, are more likely to have had an up close and personal chat with Allah, prior to salaciously indulging themselves amongst their newly acquired harem of celestial virgins.
  3. You watched the whole thing? You poor, enduring soul. I skipped ahead to the letter part, then stopped at the bit where president Trump was bombing Mexican border towns or whatever. It was ever so slightly ridiculous.
  4. Sure, he'll have the support of the people who voted for him. But the establishment wants to disrupt him, and will cause a lot of trouble that he won't be able to stop because Congress will likely also try to hinder him. The president really only has so much power, even if it's more power than should be entrusted to the office. The kind of shit they're going to throw at us will be beyond his, or our, ability to prevent. That is, if they decide to throw a fit rather than sow seeds and wait out his term(s). A Trump victory will bring a heap of shit here at home, and he can't stop it. A Clinton victory will bring that and war, and she won't stop it.
  5. It's from this production: It starts about 20 something minutes in. I would say that Mr. Moore is decidedly not on the Trump train, though he seems to understand why people would vote for him. I don't support Trump, myself, but I understand why people do. I don't think things will go well if he's elected, but most of that will be out of his hands. Things will go just as badly if Clinton is elected, but I'd wager she'll want most of it to happen. At least Moore understands that Trump supporters aren't all just blindly racist and woman hating or whatever the msm is selling them as.
  6. Considering the agendas we're up against, the video doesn't seem too off base. We can't stop it through force of arms. The only way to stop it is to redirect or dam up the flow of wealth and resources. Who was it, Cyrus who redirected the Euphrates to capture Babylon without fighting? Turn that into a metaphor for victory against a strategically dominant, established foe. I mean, we're not the emperor of the Persian empire, so we might not be able to do anything. But those megacities are going to cost a fortune, if not in money then in resources. They will be oil dependent, especially the military and police: jets and armor suck up a lot of fuel. And they will absolutely need to keep a steady flow of food: 'panem et circenses' doesn't work if it's just 'et circenses', right? Vast swathes of agricultural land will then be needed: but crops are vulnerable. We can take again from the Romans and consider that Mars was originally an agricultural god, the smiling pastoral guardian of fields, pastures, and their produce. To follow the metaphor, we might say that war grows out of and is dependent upon agriculture. Humans fight for food, and cannot fight without it. So to an oppressed people hunger is the great motivator, but to the oppressors it is the premonition of defeat. That is the weak link in these megacities' armor, and is why the megacities will absolutely require authoritarian control of agricultural land (and wilderness) to survive. UN agenda 21 is getting closer to actualization, but its plans betray its weakness.
  7. Dear lord, I can't afford more than a couple guns in the first place, let alone that many rounds for them. The libs have successfully made it so that poor bastards like me can't even afford to shoot the cheap weapons we have for fun. Serious training is out of the question, of course. But I can make moonshine so I'll have some barter after the collapse if I don't get gunned down. ;)
  8. If you do, come to the US. We need some sanity. I wonder what Alfred the Great would think if he saw that. So much blood lost to take and hold that land, so their ever so great grandchildren could be strangers in their own cities. Out with a car bomb and a whimper, I guess.
  9. I do vote. I just don't have any illusions I'll change things. I'm also libertarian in a red district, so my vote is doubly not changing anything. Haha
  10. I don't know. I live in California. Zero percent chance my votes are going to change who takes the state. Even if all the conservatives in the state vote together.
  11. Whoever did it should do everyone a favor and subject himself to a case of acute lead poisoning to close the case.
  12. I think she proved that decades ago. Haha I don't know who won the debate, but I'm pretty sure we all lost in one regard or another. We've been losing for a while.
  13. This is apparently the year we fully tabloidize politics. I mean, I kinda get it, but it's tiring.
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