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Captain_Raamsley 1 point ago +1 / -0

And Jews*

SEIZE THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION

for the aryan race, heil hitler

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Captain_Raamsley 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes but western and white are synonymous because only whites should/deserve to live in the west

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Captain_Raamsley 2 points ago +2 / -0

My uncle is an Aussie and lemme tell ya cunts, if there's any people who are honorary Americans it's conservative Gen X Aussies

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Captain_Raamsley 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think my family has harvested and preserved more food in 6 months than CHAZ could have in 2 years.

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Captain_Raamsley 3 points ago +3 / -0

Most wont get there in time. these armories are located inside the neighborhoods. And the few people that are there aren't going to shoot their neighbors.

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Captain_Raamsley 12 points ago +12 / -0

Yeah but all you need to access all the guns and ammo is a mob of 200 people and a propane torch. I'm dead serious, I've been to one of the armories in Lausanne.

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Captain_Raamsley 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not unless a family member snuck them on their without me knowing

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Captain_Raamsley 4 points ago +4 / -0

Oh man.... You should see the peaches we've canned.... Hah!

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Captain_Raamsley 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ever lose/make a friend after they discovered you are based? What went right, what went wrong, what did you learn?

I don't think this has ever happened to me. I'm very selective of who becomes my friend and more importantly, gains my trust with personal stuff.

Perhaps this has never happened because I automatically repel people with my intellectual/belief honestly until they are able to get accustomed to it and thus become a friend?

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Captain_Raamsley 9 points ago +9 / -0

Mods, How do I post the lifeless, dead wojak?

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Captain_Raamsley 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hmm, mid eastern. Well ironically, as ex-soviet states, you guys seem to have more personal social freedom compared to the West. I'd say just start trying to get away with not wearing the mask for as long as possible before someone with authority tells you to put it back on. Feel it out and then go from there. If there is significant risk of being "depersoned" (banned from schools, banks etc.), then don't push it too hard.

But also, if you think the consequences of that risk are much lower than the consequences of wearing a mask, then you should go for it.

Jordan Peterson said something interesting awhile back, something along the lines of "You cant just weigh the consequences of taking an opportunity or doing an action alone, but you must also weigh the consequences of NOT taking that opportunity or doing that action, then you can make a thoughtful decision"

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Captain_Raamsley 3 points ago +3 / -0

What are some signs or ways to tell if someone is based / shares your opinions?

I think the single most efficient, or easiest way to find based people is to start with Christ. if the person you talk to is a Christian or claim to be one then there are certain Based Christian values that they cannot simply pick and choose, but rather must accept them all, and with only a little bit of study, you can utterly BTFO their fallacious programmed thinking in a 20 minute timespan.

Once they realize that their sanitized version of Christianity wasn't righteous at all, but in fact heretical and demonic/destructive, they have no choice but to choose between eternal life with our Creator or eternal damnation with those who hate Him and him.

If they choose eternal damnation, then they either never believed in the first place, or they're a damned retarded fool that we wouldn't want on our side under any circumstances anyways.

If they aren't a Christian or don't claim to be, then starting with Christ and Christian values is still equally as effective. Besides, the based religious beliefs and social morals must come first before the racial morals (sadly).

Later on you can tell these people how you believe God literally made the races differently (which is what I unironically believe. Yeah, Creationist Racism, unfathomably BASED).

Use real and hardcore sources and statistics such as the FBI crime statistics, societal fiscal impact stats, The Bell Curve etc., along with generally observable stereotypes later down the line. But I'll say DO NOT come from a place of what could be seen as undue hatred of blacks or minorities, but rather display your discontent for bad behavior which they happen to display more of. Pretend as though the "Talented Tenth" exist (if you don't know, Google it) and act positive about that, while still condemning things like race mixing.

Other than that, I'd say go about it however you want. It's just that I think Christianity is the most important redpill, and the racepill second-most (partly because even niggers and Jews can be tamed to an extent with Christ, if you happen to have some nigger/Jew friends for whatever reason lol).

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Captain_Raamsley 5 points ago +5 / -0

How to win [based] friends and influence peopleโ€

Stand strong and be resolute and honest with your beliefs, ALWAYS. In my Sophomore and junior year of highschool I took up a speech and debate class. I came to hate the style of debate which was presented as "correct" or "appropriate", but stuck with it. I'd frequently make my radically conservative ideals and beliefs clear to everyone in class (at appropriate times of course, I wasn't obnoxious), including but not limited to;

Women shouldn't vote, women shouldn't work or be in the military/police/fire fighting brigade, no restrictions on guns, no abortion under almost any circumstances, freedom of (based) speech, Stalin was way worse than Hitler, no sex before marriage, and of course Christ's Divinity, and a thousand more things.

I was frequently called a Nazi (which I have now become), a bigot, a Communist, an idiot, a sexist (which I would just agree with, because I was sexist then), a racist (I wasn't then but am now) and all manner of things under the sun. But I stayed strong and stayed my feet, was always kind, honest and respectful.

And guess what? At the end of the Junior year, EVERY SINGLE PERSON in that class wrote wonderful compliments about me, that they ENJOYED my presence in the class and my "bravery" in voicing my opinion when the time came no matter the crowd infront of me, that "although we disagree" on many things, they started to see things from more than one perspective because of me. These were the biggest recurring themes in 100% of people's notes to me.

Honestly, one of my most cherished memories is when my mother picked up that year book on the last day of school and flipped to the pages with those notes and read them to me out loud and with great pride, before I even saw them.

Never forget that YOU IMPACT PEOPLE, and not only that, but if you're here reading this and not a sheep, then I'd reckon you have far more potential to change and impact people than you'd ever imagine.

I didn't make any new based friends, I was far too radical for that, but I'll be damned, if I didn't make 100 friendly neo-liberal acquaintances with new and improved critical thinking, then no one ever will.

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