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TSA begins testing fingerprint check-ins at two US airports by Eliza Bundock - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 09:34:47 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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TSA begins testing fingerprint check-ins at two US airports

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/tsa-begins-testing-fingerprint-check-082000663.html
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Eliza Bundock - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 09:55:42 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Government laws lead to more crime. If only murder and theft were illegal, obeying the law would be easy, but no one respects the law when everything is illegal.

Most of the problems of today would be solved by embracing what worked in the past.

People were born in the past without birth certificates.

People could travel without passports.

People can learn how to drive without driver licenses.

People could travel without being groped by the TSA.

The government doesn't need to wiretap people.

Business that don’t have business licenses will go bankrupt if they provide bad service.

People won’t starve if they don’t have food stamps.

People can find cheap doctors in the world without Obamacare.

People won’t have a vested interest in driving dangerously if there are no liability insurance laws.

People could carry guns, no one had Social Security numbers, and there were no sales, income, or property taxes in the past.

Drugs, alcohol, smoking, gambling, prostitution, sodas, protesting, and mosques were legal before, why can't they be legal now?

The US didn't torture in the past, why does the US need to torture now?

The USA had open borders before, why must the US have closed borders now?

If self-serve gas stations can be legal in one place, why can't they be legal everywhere?

Would crime rise if everything was legal?

Why do you need the government anyway? Can’t you talk to people who bother you? Could you sue someone? Could you just move away? Can't you protect yourself?

Think.

A free country that went to war with a evil dictatorship should not become a police state. Thieves cannot take the moral high ground and criticize robbers.

The USA is an immoral bankrupt warmongering police state now.

Americans have learned nothing from history.

Americans have no rights anymore and the US is no longer a democracy.

Americans think every problem should be solved by decree and force now, but every solution causes another problem.

Americans think the government is made up of holy men. Americans think anyone becomes a saint when they wear a costume, badge, and a gun.

The solution for problems should be what worked in the past.

Americans say that rent control should be used to reduce high rents instead of reducing regulations.

When regulations lead to a bad economy, Americans think that the homeless should be put in jail and businesses should be given bailouts.

Instead of allowing people to feed the homeless, Americans think feeding the homeless should be outlawed.

Instead of getting rid of welfare that encourages girls to marry the state instead of a man and leads to broken families, Americans think food stamps should be expanded.

Instead of getting rid of minimum wages that cripple the ability of the US to compete on the world market, Americans think the US should increase the minimum wage and start a trade war by enacting tariffs.

When food stamps lead to increased debt, Americans think that taxes should be raised.

Americans think the only way to attend college is to have student loans, but student loans raise the cost of tuition.

Instead of ending wars that lead to terrorism, tyranny, debt, and refugees, Americans think that the wars should be increased.

Central planning has failed everywhere. China used to encourage people to have kids, but after China became overpopulated, China had an one-child policy.

The USA is supposed to be a free country. The reason the Americans fought the British was because Americans wanted to be free.

When our overlords make a decree, they always sell it as a minor temporary law that only affects Muslims, junkies, sex offenders, homosexuals, illegal immigrants, or blacks. The 1% doesn’t mention that the law will become permanent and more draconian.

No one cares if owning cows are illegal, yoga pants are illegal, teen driving is illegal, or smoking is illegal. The problem is what happens when your job is banned, the government steals your house, tortures your family, or sends you to the concentration camps.

Are you just going to take it?

If tyranny is so wonderful then why do people try to escape North Korea?

Would you rather be locked in a padded room wearing a strait-jacket and have safety or be homeless on a mountain and have freedom?

The elites are trying today to make Americans dependent children by outlawing everything and giving them food stamps. Once Americans are weakened and the US Ponzi economy implodes, the ruling class will then send the 99% off to the gulags to be starved and killed.

Governments are not kind. Governments have killed millions of people in Nazi concentration camps, Soviet gulags, the Chinese Great Leap Forward, and the Cambodian killing fields.

Liberty is not something that only benefits other people, but not you. Freedom benefits everyone.

Tyranny is not something that only punishes other people, but not you. Tyranny punishes everyone.

Freedom is good.

Tyranny is bad.

This is no joke.

History repeats and the signs are everywhere.

Anyone who supports the government is just a tool of the elites.

Wake up.
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Matilda Nurrydet - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 10:10:34 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.167592 Report Quick Reply
>>167588

Nice copypasta. http://www.returnofkings.com/156281/the-main-purpose-of-large-corporations-is-to-serve-as-the-spearhead-of-marxism

Taken word for fucking word from this site. Fuck off.
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Eliza Bundock - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 10:15:16 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The tyrants came. They dropped their bombs. They eroded our freedoms. They undermined our system. They lined their pockets. The took advantage of our fears. They elevated themselves above the law. They look down upon us, safe in their castles as we revolted not against them, but against each other.
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Jack Gollykudge - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 11:48:49 EST ID:J+DByIsS No.167598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167588
>If self-serve gas stations can be legal in one place, why can't they be legal everywhere?
You got me, where do I sign up?
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Betsy Sundlefoot - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 20:30:18 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167606 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How do Americans deal with hypocrisy today?

You might live in a warm place and own a new car listening to good music with an excellent stereo after you ate a delicious dinner and feel pretty good about living in a free country, but how does being tracked and wiretapped 24/7 feel?

Americans may feel like they are good people even when they commit three felonies a day just by existing.

How do Americans justify paying taxes when their taxes fund rising debt, Obamacare, food stamps, regulations, US wars, illegal immigrants, nanny state laws, security cameras, license plate readers, checkpoints, redlight cameras, speed cameras, FBI facial and voice recognition, curfews, gun bans, NSA wiretapping, the end to the right to silence, free speech bans, searches without warrants, private prisons, mandatory minimums, 3 strikes laws, CISPA, SOPA, IMBRA, private prison quotas, no knock raids, take down notices, no fly lists, terror watch lists, Constitution free zones, stop and frisk, 3 strikes laws, kill switches, National Security Letters, DNA databases, kill lists, FBAR, FATCA, Operation Chokepoint, TSA groping, civil forfeiture, CIA torture, NDAA indefinite detention, secret FISA courts, FEMA camps, laws requiring passports for domestic travel, IRS laws denying passports for tax debts, gun and ammo stockpiles, laws outlawing protesting, police militarization, chain gangs, boot camps, and Jade Helm?

Americans might feel like they live in a moral country, but how can a nation that tortures and launches endless wars take the moral high ground on anything?

How could Americans not feel responsible for US wars, debt, and tyranny?

How would the founding fathers think about the collapse of the USA?

The American default reaction to hard facts seems to be to not think and to silence those who speak the truth, but facts don't cease to exist because they are ignored.

Future generations will ask why Americans didn't resist when the US became a police state.

One thing worse than learning that you live in a police state is finding out that no one cares.

The only realistic option left for a moral American seems to be to renounce your citizenship.
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Hamilton Sobberchot - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 21:00:05 EST ID:27XTNNtO No.167608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167606
i agree with pretty much your whole post, except the last bit, which is just as dumb as "if you don't love america then you can GEEEET OOOUUUT, LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT," and basically for the same reason.

i mean... will you be providing visas and jobs and such to those americans? if not, then that's not a very "realistic" option...
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Betsy Sundlefoot - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 21:06:53 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The USA is now a bankrupt warmongering police state. The elites control the government, media, and the corporations.

Americans either are ignoring the decay of the US or think that nothing can be done to stop the collapse.

We sit at our keyboards and scream at our computers, but feel powerless to do anything about the decline. The struggle is immense and too much damage has been done to save the US.

Even if we spent a year to fight to repeal mandatory helmet laws, new nanny state laws banning vaping, smoking, and hoverboards would be enacted.

What can you do?

We could protest and be arrested or killed.

We could use our guns and be killed.

We have the goddamn NSA wiretapping our phones, listening to our words, reading our emails, and recording our web history. The NSA has our pictures, knows our address, Social Security numbers, phone numbers, purchases, current location, plans, doctors, lawyers, and what we had for dinner yesterday.

There really is no hope.

The best we can do now is to just prepare, dropout, don't comply, don't consent, don't participate, don't vote, don't buy licenses, don't pay taxes, don't call the police, don't deal with the government, stop supporting this rigged system, and spread the word.
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Augustus Cenningfot - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:18:06 EST ID:8Ym2ION5 No.167610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167588
>People won’t starve if they don’t have food stamps.
This is true. At that point we just start robbing people
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David Chirringpure - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:22:19 EST ID:jajGWUvR No.167611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167606
>Future generations will ask why Americans didn't resist when the US became a police state.
Because when you resist, you get shot. You should be aware of this

>One thing worse than learning that you live in a police state is finding out that no one cares.
A lot of people care, they choose to ignore it though. There is 0 point in fighting for something real when instead you could just live a happy life. You only get one life. It would take it getting extremely bad before I'd decide to give up my happiness to fight.
And before you act all grandiose, if you were happy too you wouldn't want to give it up so try seeing what other people might think about the issue and get outside of your own head.
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Betsy Sundlefoot - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:25:03 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is surrender the answer to tyranny?

Every country has the government it deserves.

Did the USA have food stamps in 1776?
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Jenny Becklewit - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:42:35 EST ID:V73bHX6y No.167613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
brb I'll start posting quotes I copy and paste from TIMECUBE and watch you people try to respond.
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Betsy Sundlefoot - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 22:45:35 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Americans are so fearful, brainwashed, dependent, or ignorant that they think like children and justify every law and overlook every abuse carried out by the government. They believe government workers are kind gods who can do no wrong. Americans would rather blame the victim of government abuse than the government. Americans feel that the government can run their lives better they can and that safety is more important than freedom. Americans think hating tyranny means that you are a traitor. Americans think the only possible way to solve any problem is force.

Americans are so fat, degraded, and drugged up that they eagerly allow themselves to be molested to ride a bus, offer their fingerprints to get a driver license, and open their bags to be searched so they can ride a subway.

If Americans are asked about the US debt, they respond that it doesn't matter because it is not real money and doesn't need to be paid back. Americans say the US should start a trade war because there might be a war. Americans say tax breaks are theft. Americans think the post office should lose money. Americans believe roads would turn to dirt and people would be forced to ride horses if there was a smaller government. Americans think people should be arrested for withdrawing money from their own bank accounts because they might do drugs. Americans say beer taxes should be raised to stop people from drinking. Americans don't mind having their faces scanned for a facial recognition database. Americans think that they live in a free country if they can get away with breaking laws. Americans think having food stamps means freedom. Americans believe the police state is necessary because dangerous machines and chemicals exist. Americans will say that the USA is collapsing because there is too much freedom. Americans think people should be arrested for feeding the homeless. Americans think car owners should be jailed for warming their cars in their own driveways. Americans say the police should be allowed to shoot unarmed people in the back. Americans think porn should be banned because naked pictures destroy society. Americans believe the government should force them to buy things. Americans say the government should increase housing regulations to make rents unaffordable for black people.

Americans think the government should force car companies to install airbags that deploy airbags with knives inside to kill drivers so that they will drive carefully. Americans believe people should be jailed for filming public buildings. Americans think endless wars are fine because US bombs are just gathering dust. Americans support government secrecy because the USA has enemies. Americans think taxes create more jobs than the free market can. Americans think government workers deserve high wages because they work hard. Americans feel that the economy should be destroyed to save the environment. Americans say that regulations encourage people to start companies. Americans think everyone accused of crimes are guilty. Americans say people should be in prison to keep the unemployment rate down. Americans would rather increase punishments for victimless nanny state laws instead of repealing them. Americans think the desires of neighbors are more important than the rights of property owners. Americans believe the government owns everything because the government is the people. Americans think billboards should be banned to protect the scenery. Americans want protesting to be outlawed because protesters might break windows. Americans think forcing people to stand for the national anthem means freedom. Americans say people are helpless so they need the government to force them to do everything. Americans would think a president who wants to restore the Constitution is a dictator.

When asked about gun control, Americans say it's needed for safety. If asked about free speech, Americans respond that no one should be offended. Americans think Muslims don't have religious rights because Islam is not a religion. Americans say asset forfeiture is fine because the police have been doing it for years. Americans defend NSA wiretapping because it's just metadata. Americans believe TSA groping is good since they have nothing to hide. Americans say torture is okay because other countries do it. Americans even say the Bill of Rights should be abolished because George Washington owned slaves!

The US is so degraded now that any Americans who oppose wars, debt, and tyranny will be called traitors, nutjobs, racists, Communists, or Fascists.

The collapse of the USA is disgusting and shameful.

Those who still support the government are just tools for the elites.

The US deserves everything coming to it.
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Clara Dishmutch - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 23:02:08 EST ID:M6dL3wIr No.167615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>167588
>>167593
>>167606
>>167609
>>167612
>>167614

>6 posts in 1 day of conservative copypasta ranting all under same ID

Nigga you need to chill the fuck out with your freedom-jingo-mania. 6 posts, half of which were novels, you need to stop posting for a bit dude and fucking take a walk.
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Betsy Sundlefoot - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 23:10:35 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You know the US is doomed when Americans would rather attack those who defend freedom instead of criticizing the government that is enslaving them.
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Augustus Cenningfot - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 01:48:42 EST ID:8Ym2ION5 No.167619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167616
Fucking lol. And who's defending freedom? Assad? lol just another Baathist dictator gassing his own people. Baathist has always just been the Arabic word for fascist.

And blah blah blah I'm an aging communist I've been criticizing this piece of shit government since before they taught you what civics even was in grade school. Fucking shit tard Reagan was still in office when I was born. You don't know shit yet kid you're just spewing someone else's pasta'd garbage
Nb for this one
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Betsy Sundlefoot - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 03:42:56 EST ID:uMj6Zjlu No.167622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The problem is that no one is defending freedom.
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Betsy Pittdock - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 07:39:25 EST ID:NCxcGlNJ No.167623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167615
Way more than 6, two of the other threads have already been deleted from /n/ and another three or so from /b/. For some reason they're allowing the bot to continue so long as it sticks to the one thread.
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Polly Pitthall - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 10:13:27 EST ID:ojjwPRrO No.167630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167616
>those who defend freedom
and who might those be?
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Samuel Dobberhure - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 11:11:59 EST ID:s8kOrYIQ No.167632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Republicans don't want anyone having more fun than they do and the Democrats don't want anyone making more money than they do. Libertarians want you to make money and have fun.
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Clara Dishmutch - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:04:01 EST ID:M6dL3wIr No.167633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167632

>I_Want_Gay_Couples_To_Be_Able_To_Defend_Their_Marijuana_Farms_With_Guns.jpg
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Rebecca Blythewill - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:49:00 EST ID:rxHptHSi No.167637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167632

Libertarians want you to starve to death in a gutter after they stole all your shit with their child soldier mercenaries.
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Hamilton Clendercocke - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 14:48:55 EST ID:Ud+OusA9 No.167639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167637

America is the most politcially ignorant place on the face of the planet earth. Everywhere else libertarian means anti authoritarian anti capitalist. America? It means market authoritarian.
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Esther Becklespear - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 15:11:55 EST ID:n59Y/XbY No.167640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167639
Means to whom? Politicians or voters?
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Hamilton Clendercocke - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 15:53:50 EST ID:Ud+OusA9 No.167644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167640

Generally. We don't actually learn about politics here. We get taught about political parties, how mainstream politics work, and we get told democracy is what America is and that means freedom. They don't teach people about anarchist thinkers, marx, philosophers of any kind, they don't tell us that leftism brought civil rights movements, or that we have the 8 hour day because of violent strikes. Basically in America we get subtly taught that the sources of all political interaction comes from something as simple as government and voting. This isn't true. Then we possibly make it to higher learning and suddenly the political education is in depth but by that point everyone's so brainwashed they literally think kids learning about Marx,Nietzsche, Chomsky is "cultural Marxism". No it's actual education something we make sure not to provide to the poor in public schooling when they young.
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Augustus Cenningfot - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 16:55:01 EST ID:8Ym2ION5 No.167647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167640
In America both groups use it the wrong way.

>>167644

Everything said here is true. In western Europe they actually teach the history of political philosophy. Where as in America we're taught that the end of child labor and creation of over time were benevolent acts of Congress, in reality it was the anarchists and marxists dying in the street that made it happen. They've suppressed the legacy of leftist politicians in America too. How many people who aren't socialists have heard of Eugene Debs or Richard Pettigrew?
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Rebecca Nocklebanks - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:54:09 EST ID:rtO8zSPd No.167649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167644
Well, it's much the same in social studies in Sweden. The basic education is about how our system works and which parties we have currently contesting power and what their platforms are. There is of course the basics of the left-right economic scale as well as the liberal-authoritarian social scale and so forth. Reading Marx or anarchist lit is encouraged but hardly mandatory.

The rest is dealt with in history class. Is it absent in the USA?
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Augustus Cenningfot - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 17:59:05 EST ID:8Ym2ION5 No.167652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167649
Yes, this is why a majority of Americans believe we won WWII singlehandedly.
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Shit Fummercocke - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 20:17:03 EST ID:Ud+OusA9 No.167655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167649

Most of what we're referring to is within the spectrum of social studies and history class, so yeah Sweden def does not compare. Respect and submission to the state here is encouraged in school, almost mandatory and Marxist/anarchist philosophers are almost never encouraged unless it's like a specific teacher with those beliefs or someone who wants kids to have both sides. Basically a gem. In fact the only time anarchism is brought up in school here is a. In university or b. When they tell you about McKinley. The first time I heard about anarchists and leftists the teacher said "they've never contributed anything worthy to American society and sent the country into turmoil". Yet the reality is a bunch of rich racists were afraid of immigrant workers who didn't take shit, calling them anarchists. The word anarchist being used then by the state was a racist term used to tell immigrants to be obedient to America basically. We're a lot of them sympathetic to anarchism and anarchists? Well yeah because anarchists werent the ones depraving them of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. They were the ones striving for it. Yet by the time we learn these things we've had a one track idea forced down our throats. Hell even private schools learn about more because hey, poor people with information about class is more dangerous.
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Phyllis Clonkinworth - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 21:07:54 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.167656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167652
We had an American exchange student at our Dutch school the moment we started on the Vietnam War chapter in history class.

Que his shock when he found out that the Vietnam war began with France vs. Vietnamese rebels, and that the USA got involved with some very shady shit (torpedo attack on an American vessel that most likely wasn't even a North-Vietnamese attack).
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Sophie Mubberchat - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 21:13:15 EST ID:s8kOrYIQ No.167657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wow.

Libertarians support capitalism and want people to be responsible for themselves. Freedom is the American way.

Libertarians believe the answer to America's political problems is the same commitment to freedom that earned America its greatness: a free-market economy and the abundance and prosperity it brings; a dedication to civil liberties and personal freedom that marks this country above all others; and a foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade as prescribed by America's founders.

https://www.lp.org/platform/
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Barnaby Blopperfield - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 21:36:49 EST ID:8Ym2ION5 No.167658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167656
Few Americans are even aware what you're talking about if you call it the 2nd Indo-Chinese War. And straight up call you a liar when you tell them Ho Chi Minh kept a framed copy of the declaration of Independence in his office.

Not sure about other state's textbooks but the one I had in HS never even mentioned My Lai.
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Sophie Mubberchat - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 21:40:45 EST ID:s8kOrYIQ No.167659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
We're just like a bunch of old guys sitting on the porch of a country store bitching about politics.

Everyone knows the US Ponzi economy will collapse, the 99% will end up in the concentration camps, a civil war will break out, and the elites will start WWIII, but no one is going to do a damn thing?

How hard would it be to start a website today with links to pro-freedom sites like the BurningPlatform, Infowars, Lewrockwell, Blacklistednews, Zerohedge, Whatreallyhappened, Cato, Mises Institute, Judicial Watch, Institute for Justice, Heritage Foundation, the Hoover Institution, ACLU, Libertarian Party, NRA, the Birch Society, militias, and John Stossel, Ron Paul, and John Whitehead articles to get the word out? Every freedom website will increase awareness and bring more people to our side.

Most people know something is wrong, but they don't know what and feel hopeless about what to do. The best weapon Americans have against the elites is our numbers.

The elites can use all of the power of the media, corporations, Hollywood, Wall Street, and the government to defeat the patriots, but we must try. You have to live with your conscience.

http://undergroundnotes.com/index.htm

http://www.constitution.org/cs_organ.htm

http://www.onepoliticalplaza.com/t-100993-2.html
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Samuel Turveywell - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 22:05:55 EST ID:ODp/VY4j No.167660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>167659
>How hard would it be to start a website today with links to pro-freedom sites
>like infowars
Pretty hard apparently
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Sophie Sisslestone - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 22:08:50 EST ID:WXUWSia2 No.167661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167659
>Everyone knows the US Ponzi economy will collapse,

Been predicting this for 40 years now, still waiting.
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Sophie Mubberchat - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 22:21:10 EST ID:s8kOrYIQ No.167662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This time it's different.
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Rebecca Hassleded - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 05:44:06 EST ID:xdmTIq9E No.167666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Walter Soddlebon - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 09:17:30 EST ID:tdIrVP5R No.167667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If the US was free, peaceful, had a booming economy, had a balanced budget, had sound money, had safe streets, had no minimum wage, and taxes imposed by all levels of government took less than 10% of our income in the past, are Americans happier now that the USA is a police state, at war, has a dead economy, is in debt, has a minimum wage, and high taxes?
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Alice Bummlewan - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 09:55:52 EST ID:DTJRk/wK No.167668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167659
>http://undergroundnotes.com/index.htm

Lol shitwhat the fuck
Are you for real? I haven't seen a site that ugly since 1995
Not to forget the vomit inducing content
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Walter Soddlebon - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 10:07:49 EST ID:tdIrVP5R No.167669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Americans may see or hear about the closing stores, rising debt, Obamacare, food stamps, regulations, offshoring, homosexuality, endless US wars, increasing taxes, illegal immigrants, nanny state laws, security cameras, license plate readers, checkpoints, redlight cameras, speed cameras, FBI facial and voice recognition, curfews, gun bans, NSA wiretapping, the end to the right to silence, free speech bans, searches without warrants, private prisons, mandatory minimums, 3 strikes laws, DNA databases, CISPA, SOPA, NDAA, IMBRA, private prison quotas, no knock raids, take down notices, no fly lists, terror watch lists, Constitution free zones, stop and frisk, 3 strikes laws, kill switches, National Security Letters, kill lists, FBAR, FATCA, Operation Chokepoint, TSA groping, civil forfeiture, CIA torture, NDAA indefinite detention, secret FISA courts, FEMA camps, laws requiring passports for domestic travel, IRS laws denying passports for tax debts, gun and ammo stockpiles, laws outlawing protesting, police militarization, and Jade Helm, but they're not connecting the dots that all these seemingly unrelated issues are part of the plot to destroy the USA.

Americans are so brainwashed, divided, distracted, degraded, and demoralized now that they might even think these trends are necessary and proof that the US is improving.

https://edition.cnn.com/2015/04/03/us/alabama-death-row-inmate/index.html

https://www.srnnews.com/jimmy-carter-us-more-like-oligarchy-than-democracy/

https://www.inquisitr.com/4326878/these-nine-states-will-require-passports-for-all-domestic-air-travel-starting-in-2018/

http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/20/sen-rand-paul-slams-asset-forfeiture-as-unconstitutional/

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sessions-us-continue-privately-run-prisons-213647035--politics.html

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/11/sheriff-clarke-trump-terrorists-guantanamo-bay/

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/05/video_troopers_arrest_woman_for_remaining_silent_d.html

https://www.chron.com/news/crime/article/Bump-stock-ban-signed-into-law-in-New-Jersey-12499252.php

https://nypost.com/2017/05/01/trump-considers-raising-the-federal-gas-tax/
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Polly Digglehood - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 10:32:44 EST ID:OBWIAo4y No.167670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>167667

My right to own a gun wasn't culturally enshrined because America was free, peaceful, and had safe streets in the past. Your premise is fictional, you sound like one of those Polish immigrant stereotypes where they wonder if our streets are paved with gold.


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