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US Elections delayed due to COVID-19?

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- Thu, 30 Jul 2020 09:04:46 EST XgSJ2q4K No.186832
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Looks like someone wants to stay in power a little longer than he's legally allowed. How will Americans defend this?
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Betsy Clubbertut - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 09:58:10 EST 6fkIdH4e No.186836 Reply
>>186832

I was outraged by reading this this morning. I said this would happen 4 years ago.

Hopefully it doesn't happen. I know the "constitution" says a president can't remain past his term even if the election gets postponed, then the vice president becomes president but since he's terming out too the speaker of the house becomes president. Lol if he let's Pelosi take over by delaying the election.
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Matilda Cubblebin - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 10:09:45 EST ncmbtEn1 No.186837 Reply
>>186836
>
>I was outraged by reading this this morning.
Go on...
>I said this would happen 4 years ago.
Don't let life's predictable events outrage you.

The constitution needs a page 1 rewrite.
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Nicholas Blozzlepetch - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 10:13:22 EST 7h+EqlJ0 No.186838 Reply
>>186832
How are mailing ballots even desirable?
They are easily data mined, not that a boomers can even grasp the form of this danger.
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Matilda Cubblebin - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 10:15:24 EST ncmbtEn1 No.186839 Reply
>>186838
It's desirable because there's a plague out.

And absentee voting has a lower fraud risk than in-person elections in America, based on generations of data...
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Nicholas Blozzlepetch - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 11:03:59 EST 7h+EqlJ0 No.186840 Reply
>>186839
>Plague
Coofbrain opinion discarded
Mate they'll use your vote to profile you. It's elimination of privacy and failsafes conventional polling posseses, they'll go right through the scanner and and then the shredder- if you had any sense. You think the databank of trump/Biden supporters won't be used for political persecution after the fact or is that absolutely the point here?
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 11:11:45 EST jB2g7zdj No.186841 Reply
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Sayonara cocksucker.
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Cornelius Peggleville - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 22:20:59 EST GYsJBwcY No.186845 Reply
>>186840
>mate
imagine pretending to be british while openly shilling for an american candidate. first off the boat from 4chan /int/ or some related shithole, I take it?
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Fuck Perringhood - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 05:28:37 EST rTr48MXc No.186850 Reply
>>186832
You realize that just because Trump tweeted this, that does not mean it's actually gonna happen, right? The POTUS doesn't even have the authority to do such a thing, Congress does. And both Nancy Pelosi AND Mitch McConnell have already stated UNEQUIVOCALLY that the elections will NOT be delayed and everything WILL proceed as normal.

God damn, I really hate how this board is always swarming with alarmists clucking about how the sky is falling every goddamn day.
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Emma Grandbanks - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 13:59:31 EST 4scaaRdR No.186864 Reply
anyone who actually takes issue with mail-in voting is either a corrupt wannabe dictator, and/or too stupid to actually have a meaningful discussion
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Beatrice Bronningwatch - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 14:08:59 EST QE1ZkDj9 No.186866 Reply
>>186864
So what's the big brain reply to the risk of mass doxxing, no matter the Victor?
It's a recipe for instant pogrom.
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William Cogglepitch - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 16:18:10 EST e2PXW1U/ No.186872 Reply
>>186840
>implying they'd even need your vote to determine what's your political conviction
>implying you're not a raging retard
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Fuck Perringhood - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 16:27:54 EST rTr48MXc No.186873 Reply
>>186866
Mass doxxing? You realize that the government already knows where you live, right?
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Jenny Cruddlepune - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 16:58:33 EST Z5euprJT No.186874 Reply
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>>186841>>186841
I know how you feel anon I hate these establishment Trump asshole-lickers more than anyone on this board, but I think our bro Herman Cain gets a pass for quoting lyrics from the pokemon movie in one of his speeches. The memes alone...

Also Herman knew damn well Trump is essentially a 74 year old man who never matured mentally, intellectually, emotionally or socially past the age of a prepubescent child, but also knew Trump is an egomaniac who ruins anyone who disagrees with him. Thats the thing. Herman had no choice but to suck Trump's cock man. Thats the imperfect society we live in.
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Basil Chaffingforth - Fri, 31 Jul 2020 22:50:06 EST 4scaaRdR No.186880 Reply
>>186866

i guess the big brain reply must be: they already have all that information. ever heard of a census? a social security number? a birth certificate? a driver's license? credit reports?
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David Dosslelad - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 05:35:17 EST 8oI7TV5o No.186885 Reply
>>186832
>US Elections delayed due to COVID-19

Florida must be freaking.
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Phyllis Puvingville - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 06:15:43 EST 91die6td No.186886 Reply
>>186850
Idk man he's gotten away with repealing all the environmental protections and tons of other shit the president shouldn't be able to do, and has said things publicly that make him sound like a mafioso, he's a fucking dictator at this point
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Matilda Shakeshaw - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 06:39:48 EST ncmbtEn1 No.186887 Reply
>>186886
Next propaganda campaign: Election postponed for Trump voters, they all vote in January.
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David Nenderket - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 08:28:29 EST a6fVk1jj No.186889 Reply
>>186886
He allowed insurgency in most major cities - no dictator would tolerate permit. He's not one.
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Samuel Clandleford - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 09:37:57 EST XgSJ2q4K No.186891 Reply
>>186889
He didn't tolerate anything. The only reason he couldn't is because the military is legally not allowed to do what the DHS is doing right now. He tried. The system is designed to slow dictators like him down, knowing that if enough people want to be ruled that way, nothing can stop them from making it happen.
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Eugene Peffingway - Mon, 03 Aug 2020 13:21:20 EST fxZPTs+O No.186916 Reply
>>186889
>insurgency

That's what we're calling protests now? War on Terror really rotted your brain out.
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Jenny Fammlestone - Mon, 03 Aug 2020 13:50:35 EST XBwHnjw8 No.186917 Reply
>>186916
That's what it's called when 3rd world countries on AlJazeera and the yellow vests did it.
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Polly Chenningshaw - Mon, 03 Aug 2020 14:37:57 EST Cu/u0vn7 No.186918 Reply
>>186917
Not by me.
Not by them.
Maybe you're being manipulated.
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Cedric Porringdock - Mon, 03 Aug 2020 18:58:24 EST 4scaaRdR No.186919 Reply
>>186889

your perception is quite distorted. he didn't allow, he tried to stop it from the get go. also insurgency? fucking get outta here
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Beatrice Fongerham - Mon, 03 Aug 2020 19:58:08 EST rL7FKV8c No.186920 Reply
Life is short. Why must Americans waste their lives under house arrest if they aren't sick and haven't been convicted of a crime?
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Nathaniel Sendleford - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 07:28:09 EST QpXIcObI No.186925 Reply
👆 What conservatives actually believe about disease. If you're not infected with it, don't worry about it at all, and if you are worrying about it, you're a pussy. People get infected and die? Oh well, death is a part of life, who cares?

This is a fixable problem and the reason it isn't being fixed is because a handful of really really really rich people may lose a little bit of power.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Nigel Clebbleforth - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 08:46:08 EST XBwHnjw8 No.186926 Reply
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>>186925
>The lockdowns aren'tt in the glob-oligarchy interest
Holy fuck how is this perspective even possible, you are advocating what Davos does and shaming the folks who would do WTO riots. Useful idiot.
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Nathaniel Sendleford - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 11:01:03 EST QpXIcObI No.186927 Reply
>>186926
There's no lockdown, bud.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Nigel Clebbleforth - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 11:10:01 EST XBwHnjw8 No.186928 Reply
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>>186927
Stop gaslighting. I'm glad the hidden persuaders successfully manufactured your consent- don't be a contagion. You are advocating for the ruling class at your cost.
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Phoebe Fizzlepit - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 12:12:30 EST 68sIVx86 No.186929 Reply
>>186928
The United States didn't have a lockdown and neither did Brazil.
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Nigel Clebbleforth - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 12:22:09 EST XBwHnjw8 No.186931 Reply
>>186929
>Using USA and Brazil as examples
What's the goalpost here?
Sweden didn't look down and allowed commerce and socializing to go on besides stadium events(concerts, sports, conventions).
America's shuttered and this is semantic point.
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Phoebe Fizzlepit - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 12:26:30 EST 68sIVx86 No.186933 Reply
>>186931
I live in the US so that reflects my context.

Sweden regrets the hell out of their choice.
They had massive, massive death numbers, ten times neighboring countries.
America is closed off from other countries and the virus is being allowed to spread out of control because there has been no lockdown.

These are facts that are not in dispute.
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Nigel Clebbleforth - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 12:30:12 EST XBwHnjw8 No.186935 Reply
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>>186933
>Stanning for this piece of shit

What entails a lockdown to you, this was not replied. Lockdowns are the new Communism has never been tried-except accurate.
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Frederick Crenkinham - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 13:14:23 EST fxZPTs+O No.186936 Reply
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>>186917
Who called them that? Arab Spring according to Al Jazeera were protests. "Insurgency" is what we called warring Shia and Sunni militias in Iraq.

>>186926
The Davos crowd wants global lockdowns so bad that in the United States the ruling class is nearly unanimously in favor of keeping everything open and not shutting anything down. This is the same kind of conservative conspiracy theorist retardation that makes people think global warming legislation is a globalist plot. Yes, the ruling class is not as retarded as you are, and can recognize an existential threat when they see one, but unfortunately they are not radicals and unfortunately they are not actually advocating wide, sweeping, changes, any more than what markets will bring about by themselves and with nudging from government subsidies and pigouvian taxes. Our market liberals are here and there "globalists" insofar as they believe in free trade and free markets, but then, uh, what is it that the right-libertarian conspiracy theorists believe in? oh, free trade and free markets? Hmm...

The real red pill has been Marxism this whole time. Crack open Cafiero's summary of Capital and see how far the rabbit hole really goes: https://www.marxists.org/archive/cafiero/1879/summary-of-capital.htm
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Basil Gevingchad - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 23:31:40 EST UKeozdhg No.186953 Reply
>>186874
There's always a choice. Stop acting like the easy way out is the only available choice to anyone.
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David Fanson - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 00:49:19 EST kUdbVhqZ No.186955 Reply
>>186936
>For months you could only shop at S&P 500 Businesses or business which sold S&P 500 product
WhywouldDavosdothis.jpg
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Lillian Wollyfun - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 12:41:23 EST 4HRJkccu No.186972 Reply
>>186919
Yes, the benevolent demonrats are allowing the Balkanization of the USA. Trump is America's first Ceasar and when shit finally hits the fan, he and TRUE AMERICANS will then fight the barbarian anti-american communist beasts.
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Wesley Nendleletch - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 17:56:57 EST AhvFjFWT No.186983 Reply
>>186972
This is why I stopped coming here. Banned for expressing an opinion that doesn't agree with the mods political views. I used to be like you until I realized making an echochamber and banning people for wrongthink is exactly whats wrong with the world these days. I hope you ban me for this post just to prove my point.
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Ebenezer Blytheshit - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 18:31:50 EST GetU3kJC No.186985 Reply
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>>186983
>post deliberately inflammatory & antagonistic bullshit
>get banned
omg nazi mods
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Wesley Himmlehood - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 18:34:57 EST fxZPTs+O No.186986 Reply
>>186955
Where did you live? Most states did not go into a proper shutdown, and lifted their shutdowns very quickly. Small business owners and landlords were financed to shit and back with cheap, forgiveable, loans that provided emergency liquidity. At the federal and state levels, there has been no significant push to reimpose "lockdowns" even despite the explosion in cases and deaths, all in the name of allowing The Economy to continue its normal operation.

>>186949
Most Western commentators have held up the examples of Tunisia and Egypt as what can be accomplished through purely civil affairs. I.e., they don't consider the revolutions to be violent ones, but similar to the "color revolutions" that swept the world in the late 20th century.

American protests about racial injustice have been less violent than other protests in recent memory in North America which are potentially more comparable:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Mexican_protests

>>186983
>This is why I stopped coming here

And yet here you are posting
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Angus Clerringbine - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 18:41:49 EST tYIuPih0 No.186987 Reply
>>186986
Wow man that's some great analysis of Arab Spring, an event I attended while I supported OpEgypt. I actually know quite a bit about it.
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Wesley Himmlehood - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 18:59:48 EST fxZPTs+O No.186988 Reply
>>186987
That's cool, I'm glad you had that experience. I think the concept of "non-violence" is often used against protesters. Successful "non-violent" protests often involve quite a bit of what would be termed "violence" by the authorities dealing with them. The media also used this against the labor movement and civil rights movement. The term "thug" was often used to refer to union workers, who might punch you if you broke a picket line (or worse, but that was how the eight hour day and weekends were ultimately won).
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Oliver Sablingwutch - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 19:08:17 EST amwQ/Vzi No.186989 Reply
>I hope you ban me for this post just to prove my point.

You know what, I have been banned on right-wing boards,
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Archie Murddale - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 07:10:27 EST n3Y/8PFX No.186997 Reply
>>186988
Yeah keep talking about shit you have absolutely no information on.
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Frederick Bendleshaw - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 09:52:55 EST kUdbVhqZ No.186998 Reply
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>>186986
>No tourism, bars, gyms, concerts, festivals, sporting events
>We're not closed though
What comprises a lockdown? You are really understating the double whammy of closures and looting/ street unrest had on anything besides megacorps. You have diversity and you don't even have the take-away meals to show for it.
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Archie Murddale - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 10:30:07 EST n3Y/8PFX No.186999 Reply
>>186998
You can argue all you want about what is and is not a lockdown, but there just aren't any reasonable definitions of lockdown that include what happened in the US.
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Frederick Bendleshaw - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 10:39:47 EST kUdbVhqZ No.187000 Reply
>>186999
> no true Scotsman fallacy
What measures are enough? When only Dunkin donuts and liquor stores can be in business?
This is a blanket power grab- it's about authority -not public safety.
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Fucking Sockleforth - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 10:56:36 EST 1cd7OTL2 No.187001 Reply
>>187000
People have to agree on certain things, anon. The US did not have a lockdown. If you believe that you can define lockdown as something like what America did, there's no point in talking to you.
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Fucking Sockleforth - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 11:05:18 EST 1cd7OTL2 No.187002 Reply
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>>187000
This is not a lockdown. You are asking me to accept the premise that this is a lockdown.
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Frederick Bendleshaw - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 11:16:17 EST kUdbVhqZ No.187003 Reply
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>>187002
My point is it's very assymmetric.
Are you going to go full Karen on them for getting fresh air, sunshine and conversation?
Are suggesting women should be staying in their natural habitat ie the kitchen?
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Edward Debberkodge - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 13:55:12 EST fxZPTs+O No.187007 Reply
>>186997
I have related plenty of information. You have relayed none.

>>186998
>What comprises a lockdown?

For your edification, here's a good place to start:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_New_Zealand#Alert_level_system

New Zealand had a proper lockdown. We had a half assed one that was immediately rolled back in the name of the Economy/Lord Mammon.

>You have diversity and you don't even have the take-away meals to show for it

Literally where do you live that takeout was stopped? Restaurants are closing at faster rates because the pandemic is preventing people from eating in restaurants safely, so they are taking proper precautions and not going out. But guess what, dickhead? The lockdown is necessary, the damage has to be done, in the same way we sometimes have to give patients chemo - a debilitating treatment - to save them from cancer. Our pussyfooting around a proper lockdown and fiscal response has cost us massively, including by wrecking businesses. It would have cost us more to just do nothing as workers would have started to drop like flies and transmission would have been completely uncontained, but our pussyfooting approach has certainly costed us more than it would have cost to shut down properly for two months and wait until no new cases were confirmed for two weeks before beginning our reopenings. Instead, some states decided to reopen as soon as new cases started to trend downward, and that had a predictable outcome.

We could have an economic plan to get us through this, if we weren't all wearing the blinders of capitalist realism and could imagine a society that consciously pursues anything beyond each individual's own financial bottom line. But instead, we're reopening the economy, because we can not imagine another way of doings things, even temporarily. It's fucked. We're fucked. And people like you fucked us.
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Frederick Bendleshaw - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 14:51:21 EST kUdbVhqZ No.187009 Reply
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>>187007
Bruh people can be gifted AIDS with less penalty. There's no consistency intentionally. It's gaslighting.
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 17:17:56 EST jB2g7zdj No.187010 Reply
The Army command echelon, who directly control the lion's share of US forces, fucking hate him. Attempting to stay in power past his expiration date should go very... ... ... well... for him.
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Edward Drabbleshit - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 18:24:37 EST QI2NbYB5 No.187011 Reply
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>>187007
>The lockdown is necessary, the damage has to be done
No damage has to be done.
This isn't a hurricane wiping out millions of homes and businesses, the state could literally step in and say "rent and interest are banned for six months, also we're retraining cops to do something socially useful like food delivery and giving everyone some cash so they can afford food during this time" and zero businesses would be bankrupt by the end of this.

The damage unnecessary, it's being done by the state permitting capitalism to eat itself so a tiny portion of the bourgeoisie can use this crisis to get richer.
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Hedda Blatherforth - Thu, 06 Aug 2020 21:23:23 EST EpCTgFQW No.187012 Reply
>>186832

Americans are going to do only what they're told to. What other choice do they have? Daddy government tells them to stay home close all businesses and places that make a life of indebted servitude in the suburban nightmare is created worth living and they don't bat an eye not enough people are questioning or rebelling. No matter what a virus will be spread, people will live and survive the herd WILL be culled but this is solely a control mechanism at this point. There's no logic involved. The pools are shut down and they're cleaner than most places because it's sanitized bleach water. No logic. What's funny is that the people so desperately trying to "stay safe" and give up the last rights they had are the people who are overpopulated in the first place and were raised to never question anything but what the TV has told them what to do their entire life.
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Lillian Docklebanks - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 07:30:11 EST 5scMTRRr No.187019 Reply
>>187011
And watching people defend the status quo as an extension of their freedom is pretty gross.

This is a fixable problem, it always was, nations with half our resources have half our death rate.
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Lillian Docklebanks - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 07:31:55 EST 5scMTRRr No.187020 Reply
>>187012
>they don't bat an eye
Where the fuck have you been? There was no lockdown.

Some businesses closed in some parts of the country and that's it. They didn't bat an eye in the sense that everyone ignored common-sense public health orders and then blamed each other, sure, that I agree with.
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Phoebe Pickspear - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 08:06:17 EST J/UaIDXd No.187022 Reply
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>>187020
>Let's make twilight zone real
Okay then, you say fuck the police and demand they enforce the following, to use Melbourne, Australia as a blueprint. What a dissident.
Source : American institute for economic research
Police may now enter anyone’s home without a warrant.
Curfew 8:00pm.
$1,652 fine if outside without “a valid reason” – an amount being raised by the day
Can’t visit any family or friends.
$200 fine for no mask (mandatory masks at all times).
Can only exercise once per day, for up to 1 hour.
Only one person per household, per day, can leave the house (including for groceries).
Can’t go more than 3 miles from your home.
Weddings are illegal. No gatherings of any size.
Army is on the streets fining/arresting people.
“Since March 21, a total of 193,740 spot checks have been conducted by police across Victoria.”
Protests/activism is illegal; people have already been arrested for peaceful gatherings.
Media is EXTREMELY biased, calls protesters “right-wing conspiracy nutjobs” and won’t allow discussion of whether these lockdowns are right or not.
Several thousand people were placed under house arrest and unable to leave for ANY reason, with food rations delivered by the army, leading to appalling levels of personal trauma.
Australia won’t release how many fines they’ve given out, but an ABC news report says it’s over $5.2 million so far.
Streets of Melbourne are empty, even in a city of 5 million people. People are HATEFUL to each other, everyone is cannibalizing their neighbours (calling police to report any little infraction of the rules and turning on each other like some socialist hellhole).
Billboards outside on the street that say in capital letters: “WHAT ARE YOU DOING? STAY HOME.” They feel extremely oppressive like we’re being yelled at by a very oppressive government.
The Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews shows complete and utter disdain for us, constantly blaming us. He’s blamed children (yes, really) for not taking this seriously enough. Every chance he gets, he tells us it’s OUR fault the virus is spreading (even though that’s what viruses do – they spread).
It’s not just the Victorian Premier – the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, left, is just as terrible. He’s encouraged all of this, and he was responsible for the first lockdown.
1984 dystopian language: billboards everywhere saying “Staying apart keeps us together.”
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Lillian Docklebanks - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 08:26:16 EST 5scMTRRr No.187024 Reply
>>187022
>Melbourne, Australia
Many countries weathered this better than America, what's your point?
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Phoebe Pickspear - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 08:38:02 EST J/UaIDXd No.187025 Reply
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>>187024
>Access to absolutely anything besides porn is ornerous and more enthusiastic than a hone-owners association
>Military is effectively prom chaperone for the entire Nation
>Citizens snitching on each other
>More shit to get ticketed over
And this is your benefit, amirite?
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Lillian Docklebanks - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 09:55:54 EST 5scMTRRr No.187027 Reply
>>187025
If you would sacrifice innocent people's essential safety for your own convenience and then frame it as a victory for your individual freedom, you don't deserve essential freedom or safety.
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Phoebe Pickspear - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 10:32:02 EST J/UaIDXd No.187028 Reply
>>187027
So duterte did the right thing by purging drug dealers? He easily saved so much many more lives than any lockdown.
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Lillian Docklebanks - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 11:12:53 EST 5scMTRRr No.187029 Reply
>>187028
Put on your mask or stay home. Cops here threw a man up against the wall at Walmart again yesterday. We don't fuck around and you'd better not either. We value all of our safety over your individual freedom.
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Phoebe Pickspear - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 11:22:28 EST J/UaIDXd No.187030 Reply
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>>187029
>Simping not only for cops, yet the gayest cops- the fashion police
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Phyllis Clayforth - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 11:29:37 EST Q395fVJA No.187031 Reply
>>187030
>cops
You mean public health experts? Cops don't issue quarantines, they only enforce them.
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Phoebe Pickspear - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 13:12:45 EST J/UaIDXd No.187032 Reply
>>187031
Cops here are based enough to use discretion. Who wants to touch a skunk with mask and get cooties. No wonder only brainlet allow as officer.
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Nigel Hullytire - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 13:58:26 EST O/BUJHAn No.187033 Reply
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>>187030
Imagine even, being such retarded 4chan faggot
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Simon Chammerwater - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 18:54:01 EST fxZPTs+O No.187036 Reply
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>>187028
Definitely not a false equivalence. In the US at least covid-19 has already killed more people than drug overdoses do annually, in little over half a year.
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Augustus Billingson - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 20:11:38 EST gF3wDuZW No.187037 Reply
>>187036
Drugs proliferate , you have to nip the crisis in the bud- imagine the body count without the aggressive measures
>>187035
Covid deaths could all be grouped with medical error without becoming an outlier. The medical industrial complex is deadlier than cops and this crisis has decayed medical reputation.
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Emma Beddlesten - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 20:17:23 EST 3sgSffSK No.187038 Reply
>>187037
one day the obvious trolls will realize they have to appeal to drugs on a drug board
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Jarvis Bruzzletadging - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 21:01:26 EST fxZPTs+O No.187039 Reply
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>>187037
>Drugs proliferate

Maybe, but only to a limit. Not everyone wants to be addicted to smack. There are other options available for curbing drug abuse and making drug abuse more safe (i.e. harm reduction) than so-called "aggressive measures." Mass quarantines in the name of defeating a virus which has the capacity to kill hundreds of thousands in the first year of its existence, needless to say, is not the same thing as unleashing police violence on victims of drug addiction.
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Basil Sirringridge - Sat, 08 Aug 2020 05:55:10 EST 91die6td No.187045 Reply
>>187044
We know all this chinabot stop beating a dead horse
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Lillian Cushlin - Sat, 08 Aug 2020 06:31:02 EST PNAnEwFq No.187049 Reply
>>187037
The flu kills three times as many Americans as anyone else? How come there's not a scrap of data to support your assertion? Is it because you're lying on purpose?
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Shit Pesslenut - Sat, 08 Aug 2020 21:56:56 EST oVS+VJpx No.187063 Reply
Do Americans who hate freedom feel like traitors?
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Frederick Danningpidging - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 19:08:43 EST ekOHAz4N No.187071 Reply
>>187063
no they think they are the freedom. america is totally off the rails
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Hannah Honeyson - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 19:45:55 EST TfKVTQEi No.187073 Reply
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>>187071
>>187063
you are confusing One side of the political spectrum of America for all of america.


Most of us don't agree with any of the "Alt Right" here but if you look at videos of their racist tirades and violent attacks to anyone who disagrees with their opinions and blatantly belligerent support for the hate monger in charge... you'd realize there isn't much choice left besides going off the rails om the crazy train.

Most of us realize the politicians across the world and here were all paid out and corrupted by the Elite who rule from the shadows, so we don't care to even believe in the political system to a point nobody really cared to vote except those who saw the opportunity to fulfill their hateful agendas with the current POTUS of their choosing.

There's actually less of them than there are those who disagree with them it's just that they cared more about voting than the larger number of people who feel like it doesn't even matter whose in charge when its all corrupt anyways. Unfortunately now everyone realizes if we dont care to stop this kind of person from ever happening again then evil would truly win.

Dire times, indeed, but dont make up lies pretending all of america is truly representing by the bafoons put in charge of them all.
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Ebenezer Sarrywater - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 21:28:06 EST HdA6LUp4 No.187075 Reply
No one hates free speech more than Americans do.
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William Coshcocke - Mon, 10 Aug 2020 07:00:49 EST xO/QMiTx No.187080 Reply
If you want to destroy a moral, free and peaceful country with a declining debt just praise immorality, close churches, outlaw everything, punish hard work with taxes and regulations, start costly and pointless wars, import illegal immigrants and refugees, offshore jobs, and make everyone dependent on welfare.
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Phyllis Niblingworth - Mon, 10 Aug 2020 09:21:02 EST ZSg2yKcb No.187088 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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