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SFAM1A 1 point ago +2 / -1

Or you could just say "screw it" and try to offend many people as possible :)

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SFAM1A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Then keep sitting back and doing nothing. I don't really get the people around here who complain about how bad things are getting and how nobody is doing anything (rightfully so and I do agree with them), but then turn around and do nothing themselves short of whining about it on the internet. I am buying guns/ammo/armor, I am losing weight and getting in shape, I am getting in touch with likeminded people in my area. I don't really know what more I personally can be doing other than that. If you've got a better idea, please let me know. I don't know if things will ever get better but I do know that when push comes to shove I won't be going down without a fight.

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +2 / -0

A lot more uncommon than you'd probably think, though I do have some relatives getting into their upper 80s

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SFAM1A 3 points ago +3 / -0

So here's the story I've heard: fella in the '20s invented a machine that used frequency/vibration to break up tumors (think Nikola Tesla). Of course he got professionally destroyed, though a variant of that same machine survived and is used in the veterinary field on animals to this day (and some people have managed to get it used on adults on the down low with spectacular results). I've also heard stories of hippie naturopath doctors prescribing things like ivermectin (go figure) and other natural, banned-by-the-FDA stuff that pretty much cured their patient's cancer. It makes sense that they wouldn't want to ever stop that gravy train; how much money is there in cancer treatment/research? "A patient cured is a customer lost" and all that.

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SFAM1A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not entirely. I would agree that in a similar scenario in the modern day I don't know if we would be victorious, and while the jackboot of federal tyranny may yet once again trample the good people of this country, we won't go down without a fight.

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SFAM1A 1 point ago +1 / -0

I alternate between both of these mindsets. I think the wild card is all of the current and former veterans who are not happy with the way things are going right now, and you add on top of that all the soldiers they're gonna discharge for refusing the clotshot. That's a lot of training and experience they're hand-delivering to the patriots in this country.

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SFAM1A 44 points ago +44 / -0

And then one day, for no reason at all...

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +3 / -1

Believe me, I know it sucks and I'm the first person to not be happy with it, but look to the past and you will see the very same trend. It took the founding fathers eight years to bring about the revolutionary war, eight years of suffering the colonists endured (Boston Massacre happened in 1770, six years before the signing of the Declaration for comparison), and even then that was only because the british came for their guns. They even believed many of the same things we do now, as far as dooming is concerned. The British could have ridden the colonies as their own personal piggy bank for years more, perhaps indefinitely, if they hadn't come for their guns. French revolution was the same thing. Nothing happened until food got scarce and life got tough. That's just how it is; people in this country aren't going to give up their lives of leisure until there is literally no other option.

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SFAM1A 33 points ago +33 / -0

Do you think it is a coincidences that one of the most evil men on the planet is in the top 0.1% of longevity?

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +3 / -1

Yet everybody in every other country that's going to Hell in a handbasket right now (france, britain, australia, etc.) wishes they had what we have. It is quite obvious that the aforementioned countries are further along the path of destruction than we are, and they previously had many of the globalist NWO policies that were implemented here (open borders, rigged elections, etc.). If they can put up the resistance that they are doing right now, I guarantee you we can put up more. It will just have to get to that point first (we will just have to go further along the path of destruction), where they are denying the average family access to food, employment, etc. like they are in those countries via vaxx passes et al (which they have done in the US only in places like new york, which if you haven't realized already have been putting up resistance).

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +2 / -0

I seriously doubt that. Don't know if it would ever amount to anything; I would give you that.

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SFAM1A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Afghanistan is sitting on one of the world's largest lithium deposits, lithium necessary for the production of all these electronic vehicles they are trying to foist upon everybody as part of the new world order. Care to hazard a guess which powerful US family (right now) has a large stake in the chinese company set to take over, mine, and sell that lithium?

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SFAM1A 5 points ago +5 / -0

Fact of the matter is, while there are still guns in australian citizen's private possession it's regulated even beyond california level, and they DID voluntarily give up their guns sometime around the 90s I think it was. Nowhere near total US citizen levels of firearm/gear/armor ownership to boot. One thing many people fail to understand is that while the abhorrent liberalism you describe is very prevalent in media, on social media, etc., it still remains a loud and very vocal minority. Like 80-90% of this country is still the white, conservative, christian, traditional, normal way of existence, and despite all the overreach at the top levels, our daily lives really haven't changed. Gas went up to ~2.90 from ~2.00 and that was pretty much it. Save for the odd private company clotshot mandates that are just now starting to crop up and haven't even run their course yet, nothing else has happened. Nobody's going to revolt as long as their daily lives of leisure remain unchanged, and that's a simple fact.

I wish all the best to those behind enemy lines in places like Australia, but they have more or less brought it on ourselves as have we in the US, and we're both gonna have to sort it out one way or the other, just the lesser-armed groups are much farther along the path of destruction than we are (go figure). When we in the US reach that same point, you will see much of the same pushback just with more guns.

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SFAM1A 21 points ago +21 / -0

an entire third of the Jewish population lost their lives

Guess nobody ever told the Red Cross survey teams, huh?

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SFAM1A 11 points ago +11 / -0

That's what happens when you voluntarily give up your guns

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SFAM1A 5 points ago +5 / -0

I hate the joggers. I don't mind respectable black people who have jobs, intact nuclear families, dislike rap music, churchgoing, etc. who are productive members of society (I work with some of them). It's the looting, BLM-supporting Airwrecka Shaniquia child-support welfare recipients who produce nothing, leech everything, and constantly make life hell for everyone around them that I have a particular disdain for.

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah I'd believe it. Sounds like exactly what I'd expect a boba tea place to do.

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SFAM1A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Someday I might see if they make PEG flag I could fly off my truck

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SFAM1A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Project at Eden's Gate. Unironically listen to their music. Amazing what you can get away with so long as you're portrayed as the "bad" guys.

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SFAM1A 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh yeah; even better. Bonus points if you cover Battle Hymn of the Republic

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