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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

when lies lack credibility


WHEN LIES LACK CREDIBILITY
When everything anyone in authority ( or, purporting to speak for authority, as in the media ) tells you turns into not just lies, not just damn lies, but statistics, and you conclude that you cannot believe anyone, a common alternate source is conspiracy theories. And the simple matter is not that conspiracies may or may not be true, it is that they are more credible than all the official sources, even if they mostly seem to be bullcrap. They are less likely to be disbelieved, which says more about the official truth than conspiracies themselves.
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Yesterday, I started a new Stephen King book. Big deal, so what, who cares. I had read it before when it came out at the library and recall enjoying it, so I finally got around to buying my own copy. I'm trying really hard to stay off of YouTube and the TV, and quit reading the absolute drek on Kindle ( not to say there aren't any good ones, just that they are rare ). And not to say I cannot get good information off YouTube, just that I easily waste three to five hours at a time, blinded and in a stupor. But my point is, it was the one on the time traveler and the Kennedy assassination.
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I find it more satisfying to read the authors afterward first ( don't ask me why-I haven't got around to over analyzing that yet ), and besides making a douche out of himself just having to throw in an anti-gun jab ( love your writing, bro, but hump you hard and dry on your Bill Of Rights dismissal. Don't make me go back and hope another van runs over your ass, because I have ZERO fear for my soul doing so. I'm looking forward to the day commies get necktied ), he made it absolutely plain he believes Oswald was in fact the lone gunman. What a tool! Perhaps if you weren't afraid of guns you'd know a bit more on that marksmanship problem.
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Earth to Yankee Scum! Most military issue rifles were 4 MOA standard. Ask one of your butt buddies that lives in the real world what that means to your casual acceptance of the official narrative. King is of a generation of Trusters. They make me ill, and I say that even as my father ( much respect for the man, he earned it ) is one of their ilk. Your generation was tribal, and I understand loyalty to tribe is everything, but surely you cannot honestly tell me you STILL believe your Dear Leaders are on your side and have your best interests at heart? Loyalty MUST be both ways or it means dingus.
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Yes, indeed, I WANT to believe the government, I want to think they have my back. I want to think I'm safe in my group again. But I'm not. Not for AT LEAST the last thirty years. Most Boomers have had at a minimum a semi-trustworthy government more that half their lives. I mean, these guys are not idiots. They knew all about nuclear fallout testing and shady businesses bribing shady Congressmen. They accepted that, because on the whole the system looked out for them and only rarely screwed up. They actually had a voice to correct any issues.
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I don't know at exactly what point that ended, and it might be specific to each generation. But I'm going to guess, most likely, the fall of the Soviet Union was the end of any meaningful oversight of our government. Obviously that trend was ongoing, as the 60's and Nixon and everything else was no picnic in the park. Bitches Lib had been eroding social trust for decades. The importation of OtherColors was ongoing. But I would say the 80's were the last time of freedom. Ruby Ridge was the announcement Deplorables were no longer in charge or even cared about.
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Masterful chess move, Red Shield. Get a Redneck Bubba in the White House to start off the war against White males and their wealth. You think Bush was an accident? Placing an evil Intelligence Services operator in charge, who made no secret he probably had a hand in the Kennedy assassination ( oh, I'm sorry! Did you think I had any sympathies towards the Warren Commission? ) and most likely sponsored Hinckley, their next pick of a banjo playing communist drug dealer was a slam dunk. If the end of the Cold War got us this screwed, I think I'd prefer a return to the threat of nuclear annihilation.
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You know, despite all the contrary efforts by Hollywood to have us believe Black Bitches landed on the moon and Black soldiers won WWII, White Males bled and delivered us our empire, for good or ill, and most White Females sacrificed their health and lived poor to breed for casualty replacements. Forgive me if I think to the victors go the spoils. Forgive me if I'm NOT all right that OtherColors are handed the keys and Whites are dismissed and killed off. Not being racist doesn't justify that course of events. But anyway, to return to all the official lies and the easy acceptance of conspiracy theories.
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To my mind, if I believe anything any recognized authority tells me, I'm a flaming retard. If I flirt with ANY conspiracy theory, giving not acceptance but at least a casual study of their probability for even the most absurd like cattle mutations and alien abductions, I'm AT LEAST exhibiting some proof that I have the ability to think for myself and am leery of yet more damn lies from a bunch of Gott Damn Liars. What is more inexcusable? Studying the improbable or accepting what is most probable of being BS?
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Again, yes, blind obedience and guaranteed acceptance to a tribe IS wonderful, necessary even. It cannot function any other way. But once loyalty is no longer reciprocated, yours is no longer required. I think most confusion of realty today comes from still being loyal to the people you considered your tribe mates. A refusal to believe they betrayed you. To a Boomer, it is the most natural thing in the world to willingly pay into the Social Security system and to expect it to be there when they retire. Because they never admitted they were cast out and abandoned.
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Continued tomorrow
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28 comments:

  1. The last time I owned a television set was sometime last century.
    Maybe because my eyes are un-programmed for televisionprogramming, I see different from other folks?

    I watched about two seconds of the Floyd/Chauvin false flag video, and that was enough.
    The crisis actors playing 'victim' and 'assailtant' were too controlled over-the-top to be believable.
    The background projected on the green-screen -- added in the studio editing -- seems flimsy.

    Bison often clarifys:
    'they stopped trying to fool us'.
    George Soros brags:
    Blacks© and marxists are easily manipulated.

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    1. Damn, dude! It didn't occur to me to view the video, and if I had I wouldn't have thought to look at it as false flag. Biscuit for you-I'll add that to my article Trump Riots 3, due out Saturday.

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    2. LargeMarge, I was wondering about it being a False Flag too. The timing was too convenient. The Antifa criminals were ready to go right away. Soros money probably.

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  2. Right, following. The average Minionite is the type of individual that possesses a high critical thinking ability, at a much higher analytical discernment level than what the systems can handle. (Common sense and street smarts) The education system from kindercare to graduate studies cannot contend with or bluff their ideals and doctrines past those persons whom have these mind traits. The employers have to codify as many job rules in a handbook as that of a bloated federal code, and have an h.r. machine of discipline to keep the free thinkers in line. Media, tech platforms, and civic or social organizations have become the red guard cultural revolutionaries using pure offensive psyop tactics to mold the conformity thinking of the proles and act as barrier against any questioning by doubtful infowars types not in party doctorine lock step. The informational battle space, though normally void of much outward violence, is like high value real estate terrain to hold for any entity that seeks or maintains power. The digital era is allowing the information (facts/intel) department to be as much of a decisive component as the weapons and violence departments. All the beard boy tactical skirmish training with flir topped ar15s aren't really diddly squat if cranial exercising is also not conducted. A true survivalist won't make it through to the other side without adopting some Bob Marley "free your mind" tactics and strategies. Your war fighting right now is going on inside your brain, fight harder.

    Stay frosty with that thinking stuff.

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    1. Thinking hurts. Just as with any muscle exercise. Get in shape, mind and body. It is easy. They all hate you, they all want to kill you and they all lie to you. Precede any questions about anything with that mantra and conclusions are easier than a whore on payday

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  3. If your advice about getting out of the cities, was ever so prophetic, it’s right about now. Very soon, the current events, will be business as usual.

    Agree that most of the urbanites will not likely make their way to the rural areas. But this assumes that you are a healthy distance away from the cities. The politics of these people are such, as to place the improvement of their lives, via government, as only a complete dumbass does. As such, they would be like fish out of water in such areas. Most will just stay in place, hoping that the govt comes to the rescue, and when they discover that it’s not, it will be too late by then.

    For those that plan on staying in the cities, you may as well just place one of those placard signs over yourself, that Bruce Willis wore in that Harlem neighborhood, in Die Hard With a Vengeance. You could always go the virtual signaling route, and walk around wearing a Biden 2020 T-shirt (Because remember, if you don’t vote for him, you ain’t black. Which apparently means that if you do, you are :D ) But odds are regardless, you’re gonna wind up as fricassee of cracker, roasting on a spit, in Jamal and companies, front yard. So you may as well go out with a bang, and take the former option :D

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    1. If folks cannot see the dangers of big city living, from being nuclear targets to Rodney King to Blue Sanctuary City, a few more riots ain't nothing but a thing, bro. Even 50% unemployment doesn't scare them! Horses to water, dying of thirst

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    2. I agree that the urbanites will almost all stay in the cities. I asked a friend about this who lives in a big city. He said the police are good and will keep everyone (white) safe.

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    3. Disadvantaged minority youth are no match for Happy Motoring! Oh, snap, wait for it! Police on strike after states lose their pensions.

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  4. Pretty sure George Carlin had it right. "i don't believe anything the government says"

    Just returned from my every 2 weeks to the butcher trip. (for my "fresh" provisions". for years, the price of top sirloin has been 9.69/lb. Two weeks ago it was 11.99. that's a 20% move. today (so 1 month), it was $13.99/lb. that's a 40% move in a month. Ground beef from 4.69 to 6.69 (another 40%). They said it's coming from their suppliers (which I believe, I've been going there a long time). People aren't paying their rent WITH trumpbux and free $600 UI, what happens at the end of the July when that free $600 ends with meat up 40% (or more by then).

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    1. Do you really think Orange Man checks are going to stop, after these riots?

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    2. I wonder who their meat suppliers are. Some meat now is coming from Namibia in Africa....

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    3. I wonder if I want to eat Namibia bush meat or Bison's dehydrated chicken hotdogs. I can see why people opt for cannibalism.
      I think I'll have quail tacos for supper instead.

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    4. On the one hand, mmmmm, AIDS or Ebola. On the other, Fuki radiation, GMO altered ingredients and sawdust. Hard to pick.

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  5. Followed your link to Western Rifle Shooter and it is gone. Looks like he was scrubbed from the internet. Archived or suspended.

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    1. Unbelievable. Just was there this morning. I guess the Trump threat against Silicon Valley was BS after all as censorship continues. I don't THINK I'm important enough to be next. I hope not. Have my website and addresses crayoned on paper somewhere, people.

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  6. We're seeing this in CA too. Our facility feeds 500 ppl per day, so as you can imagine we go through a LOT of food here. Beef and chicken costs have gone through the roof since mid-April. 30%-50% across the board increase. Pork has gone up too, but only in the 20%-30% range. Fortunately we're not experiencing shortages. Yet.

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    1. I'm beginning to wonder how much shortage are real, or just a fund raiser for Big Ag. Worse case, both

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  7. Western rifle shooters has done something vurry bad it seems. The blog has been pulled.

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    1. https://ia601502.us.archive.org/11/items/absolved-by-mike-vanderboegh/Absolved_by_Mike_Vanderboegh.pdf

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    2. Bee Ess, Western Rifle Shooters being banned is a big deal. I read them every day. They helped keep me up-to-date with what is going on.

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    3. Their new site, posted at Raconteur Report:
      https://gab.com/WRSA

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  8. Read that black troops were mostly deployed in ancillary positions in wow two
    Cooks , ambulance men , et cetera
    Insight on checks from gov!, never put two and two together to realize it is bail out for bankers holding mortgages on rental properties and homeowners
    I am so dense, like the kitten that follows the light without noticing the hand manipulating it
    So you think more checks from govt of their monopoly play money will be forthcoming,?

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    1. It ain't being dense, it is not thinking evil enough paranoid thoughts. I'm of two minds about further checks. They will do it to buy off the rioters. Or, they don't, to accelerate the crap storm. I'm learning towards the bribes, but I need to give it further thought.

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  9. Thanks for the link for 4th generation warfare.
    I just got my ordered starplates from ups. The old ones were almost plate sized, the new ones are just bigger than a saucer. I wonder with the smaller size how much strength will be lost. I am rethinking my plans to use longer struts than before.

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    1. Now you know why they were on sale. Kind of a shame, the only seller and they're cheaping out on sheet metal.

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