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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

similar patterns to all of it going back all through history

It's the same family doing it over and over again. Rothschild. Almost, and I mean literally every single country except 3-10, are indebted to the Rothschild banking cartel. Some countries are so indebted that they will never be able to pay it back. Why would they loan knowing that the debt will never be paid?

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MrChung 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because you haven't seen it or because it hasn't been presented to you a way that you accept?

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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not willing to go that far down the rabbit hole without further evidence

Does the works of Israel Cohen, the Rothschild family and the agenda written in the protocols mean anything to you?

if Rittenhouse gets in a bad car accident in 2023

How is that comparable to a trial, full of theatrics, in which the actors had almost two years to prepare for?

you have to buy into the fact that all the jurors were in on the conspiracy

Do you believe it to be inconceivable that the entire jury and judge could be members of the federal intelligence agencies that have an unlimited budget?

among them but they're also the side that thought that Hillary Clinton's Presidency was a done deal

Ugh.

We're not up against Machiavellian masterminds; we're up against egotistical opportunists who have the ability to turn some of the knobs and throw some of the levers of society. Sometimes they win. Sometimes they lose.

We're up against families that have been accruing wealth, connections, influence and power for several hundred years. They play a long game, through the generations. Their plans are written and published for all to see.

Once upon a time their power was kept in check by the monarchs.

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MrChung 1 point ago +1 / -0

They have a lot of money they buy influence with, and that's pretty much the extent of it.

And that is where you are partially incorrect. They do indeed have a lot of money, but they also have a lot of power. They have been infiltrating every western institution since at least 1945. They are not only throwing around money, they are throwing around influence, money, promotions, useful idiots, agents and every amount of power they yield, from every position that they hold.

Soros is probably the most effective

Soros is a face. He does not head the agenda to destroy the west, he merely co-operates with it. The same with gates. The central bankers hold the true power and direct the agenda. They are immensely powerful. Almost every country in the world is indebted to this group of people.

Much more endemic nepotism and good old boys networks than any sort of grandmaster chess game.

This type of thinking is what has lead us to the point we're at today.

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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

but some frustration

That's a welcome change from the intense frustration some programs give me lol.

Sounds interesting and I'll definitely be checking it out, I'm currently in the market for a printer. Thanks again.

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MrChung 1 point ago +1 / -0

Deleting because the title is fucked.

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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks. I assumed that much. Shame really, I've got hundreds of hours in blender and have never heard of nurbs. Is vertices, edge and face manipulation at all similar?

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MrChung 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sorry for the title carnage, I couldn't think of a good way to present this lol.

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MrChung 3 points ago +3 / -0

yandex.mail. You can make as many accounts as you'd like without a phone number.

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MrChung 1 point ago +1 / -0

Buy a dremel in the mean time. They're fairly cheap. You'll be able to replicate any press cut, thin part you pay need out of either metal or plastic.

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MrChung 6 points ago +6 / -0

Looks like they're trying to put the leftards into a rowel. That's why they stalled and ended the trial just in time for the weekend.

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MrChung 0 points ago +1 / -1

Kikes chose the jury and told them to acquit today. I'd be willing to bet the entire jury works for some intelligence agency at some level, not that we'll ever actually be able to confirm that.

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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

They had a plan, they had over a year to work it all out.

its lulling us into a false sense of security

This is correct. Each win brings a bigger loss. They throw the win's in as appeasement. By a vast margin, the win's we get mean absolutely nothing on a national scale and only serve as a personal feel good.

Though they were clearly threatening the jury

Nothing should come of it. It was part of the show. Joo ming ting or whatever will disappear into the memory hole. If she/it is jailed, that would be very surprising.

I hope Kyle gets a good lawyer and goes on a suing rampage that makes the MSM think twice before ever lying again

The first part is correct. Americans will pay for it with their tax dollars. The second part is false because the media is openly funded and influenced by the federal government, as per Obama's “Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act.” They have free reign to lie.

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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

Commenting to check later, I'm also interested.

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MrChung 1 point ago +1 / -0

I could be considered ancap but I do not choose to label myself. I believe in freedom of the common man and that by being man, he is entitled to seek out his own destiny, without limitations from any governing body. I believe in a state that is mostly nonexistent, where there are no regulations of the exchange of goods and services. A world where a man can build a tin shack and raise goats in the middle of a city if he so desires.

Yet, I have come to realize that social morality needs to be enforced or else ancap will be destined to fail in a single generation because it is in this environment that evil thrives. A constant fight against jewish communism, greed, immigration and malicious intent is something that is required for any success of long term liberty. A moral code must exist, and be enforced without prejudice, or else the system, or lack there-of, would be destined to fail.

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MrChung 7 points ago +7 / -0

I was thinking about that today. He did say he had multiple personas on this site.

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MrChung 2 points ago +2 / -0

I used to play rome 1 and empire when I was younger. I haven't played many video games since. TW is interesting but shouldn't really be considered to be a realistic simulation.

I do play chess and envision the board as a field of battle. Flanks, center, front and rear. Supposedly Xianggi, is more realistic as strategy but haven't played it.

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MrChung 4 points ago +4 / -0

Fantastic site. Bookmarked. Tactics is something very interesting stuff.

Another book I might recommend is "Medieval Maritime Warfare" by Charles D. Stanton. Although, naval and land movement and combat is not similar at all.

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