WHITE PILLS

A victim of the $PLC is putting up a fight:

I would like to see the trifecta of anti-White hate groups dismantled — the SPLC, the ADL, and the ACLU.

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Is it really happening?

Judge orders Susan Rice, other Obama officials to answer questions in Clinton email case

A federal judge has breathed new life into questions surrounding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and the 2012 attack that killed U.S. officials in Benghazi, Libya.

Judge Royce Lamberth ruled Tuesday that Obama administration officials, including national security adviser Susan Rice and deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes, must answer written questions as part of a conservative judicial advocacy group’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the State Department over Clinton’s emails. […]

Lamberth’s order follows his ruling last month that approved Judicial Watch’s desire to dig deeper into Clinton’s use of a private server. In that ruling, he said the case involved “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency” and that he had doubts the State Department was acting in “good faith” to grant Judicial Watch’s FOIA request.

Although Clinton’s use of a private server did not become public until six months after the FOIA request was filed, Lamberth said State Department “officials already knew Clinton’s emails were missing from its records.”

“State played this card close to its chest,” he wrote. “At best, State’s attempt to pass-off its deficient search as legally adequate during settlement negotiations was negligence born out of incompetence. At worst career employees in the State and Justice Departments colluded to scuttle public scrutiny of Clinton, skirt FOIA, and hoodwink this Court.”

He said the Justice Department under the Trump administration “made things worse.” He said Justice Department lawyers’ claims that the officials who first responded to the FOIA request didn’t know the emails were missing “strain credulity.”

Trump should have done what Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro did right after he was elected Overlord Supremo: CLEAN HOUSE. Fire all the shitlibs at every level of government. No one would miss them.

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The very special Sackler family develops and markets dangerously addictive painkillers like OxyContin which have been responsible for tens of thousands of deaths among lower and working class Whites — the White Death.

The good news is that people are finally starting to notice just how fucking evil is the Sackler clan. The State of Massachusetts is currently pursuing legal action against the family.

Members of the Sackler family, which owns the company that makes OxyContin, directed years of efforts to mislead doctors and patients about the dangers of the powerful opioid painkiller, a court filing citing previously undisclosed documents contends.

When evidence of growing abuse of the drug became clear in the early 2000s, one of them, Richard Sackler, advised pushing blame onto people who had become addicted.

“We have to hammer on abusers in every way possible,” Mr. Sackler wrote in an email in 2001, when he was president of the company, Purdue Pharma. “They are the culprits and the problem. They are reckless criminals.”

That email and other internal Purdue communications are cited by the attorney general of Massachusetts in a new court filing against the company, released on Tuesday. They represent the first evidence that appears to tie the Sacklers to specific decisions made by the company about the marketing of OxyContin. The aggressive promotion of the drug helped ignite the opioid epidemic.

The filing contends that Mr. Sackler, a son of a Purdue Pharma founder, urged that sales representatives advise doctors to prescribe the highest dosage of the powerful opioid painkiller because it was the most profitable.

Since OxyContin came on the market in 1996, more than 200,000 people have died in the United States from overdoses involving prescription opioids, and Purdue Pharma has been the target of numerous lawsuits.

[…]

At a gathering shortly afterward to celebrate the drug’s launch, Mr. Sackler boasted that “the launch of OxyContin tablets will be followed by a blizzard of prescriptions that will bury the competition. The prescription blizzard will be so deep, dense, and white,” according to a document cited in the legal complaint.

Company sales representatives told doctors that OxyContin couldn’t be abused and were trained to say that the drug had an addiction risk for patients of “less than one percent,” a claim that had no scientific backing. Within a few years, Purdue Pharma was selling more than $1 billion worth of OxyContin annually.

[…]

The court filing depicts Richard Sackler both as a principal force behind OxyContin’s promotion and the company’s efforts to dismiss growing reports about the drug’s abuse in the early 2000s.

For instance, when a federal prosecutor reported in 2001 that there had been 59 overdose deaths involving OxyContin in his state alone, Mr. Sackler appeared to make light of the problem, a document cited in the court filing suggests.

“This is not too bad,” he wrote to the company officials. “It could have been far worse.”

Make no mistake, the Sacklers, like many of their ilk, don’t give a damn about the fate of the goyium as long as they can turn a buck on the misfortunes of the un-chosen.

The Sacklers should be in jail.
At minimum.
I’d prefer a worse punishment, but that’s just my outmoded European-descended sense of justice talking.

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John Solomon delivers another Pulitzer-worthy exposé of the Deep State’s treasonous coup against President Trump.

FISA shocker: DOJ official warned Steele dossier was connected to Clinton, might be biased

When the annals of mistakes and abuses in the FBI’s Russia investigation are finally written, Bruce Ohr almost certainly will be the No. 1 witness, according to my sources.

The then-No. 4 Department of Justice (DOJ) official briefed both senior FBI and DOJ officials in summer 2016 about Christopher Steele’s Russia dossier, explicitly cautioning that the British intelligence operative’s work was opposition research connected to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and might be biased.

Ohr’s briefings, in July and August 2016, included the deputy director of the FBI, a top lawyer for then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and a Justice official who later would become the top deputy to special counsel Robert Mueller.

How convenient.

At the time, Ohr was the associate attorney general. Yet his warnings about political bias were pointedly omitted weeks later from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant that the FBI obtained from a federal court, granting it permission to spy on whether the Trump campaign was colluding with Russia to hijack the 2016 presidential election.

Ohr’s activities, chronicled in handwritten notes and congressional testimony I gleaned from sources, provide the most damning evidence to date that FBI and DOJ officials may have misled federal judges in October 2016 in their zeal to obtain the warrant targeting Trump adviser Carter Page just weeks before Election Day.

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The Trump Shutdown Trap (it’s heartwarming).

Has President Trump suckered Democrats and the Deep State into a trap that will enable a radical downsizing of the federal bureaucracy?  In only five more days of the already “longest government shutdown in history” (25 days and counting, as of today), a heretofore obscure threshold will be reached, enabling permanent layoffs of bureaucrats furloughed 30 days or more.

Don’t believe me that federal bureaucrats can be laid off?  Well, in bureaucratese, a layoff is called a RIF – a Reduction in Force – and of course, it comes with a slew of civil service protections.  But, if the guidelines are followed, bureaucrats can be laid off – as in no more job.

[…]

This seems to be what was referenced in this remarkable essay written by an “unidentified senior Trump official” published in the Daily Caller, which vouches for the authenticity of the author and explains that it is protecting him from adverse career consequences should the name become known. I strongly recommend reading the whole thing.

The purported senior official makes the case that devotion to “process” eats up most of the time of federal bureaucrats and is also used by enemies of President Trump’s initiatives to stymie the legitimate orders issued by his senior officials:

Most of my career colleagues actively work against the president’s agenda.  This means I typically spend about 15 percent of my time on the president’s agenda and 85 percent of my time trying to stop sabotage, and we have no power to get rid of them.  Until the shutdown.

Due to the lack of funding, many federal agencies are now operating more effectively from the top down on a fraction of their workforce, with only select essential personnel serving national security tasks. …

President Trump can end this abuse.  Senior officials can reprioritize during an extended shutdown, focus on valuable results and weed out the saboteurs.  We do not want most employees to return, because we are working better without them.

[…]

Keep in mind that saboteurs cannot be individually identified and RIFed, but they can be included in the layoffs if they meet the criteria above in terms of seniority and service, and they must be given 60 days’ notice.  But once they are gone, they are no longer free to obstruct using the “process” as their friend, because they are gone.

You can expect lawsuits on every conceivable point, and I suspect that the definition of “furlough” will be one matter of dispute.

If this was the plan all along, it would explain why President Trump goaded Chuck and Nancy in his televised meeting with them last year, boasting that he would claim credit for the shutdown.  How could they resist a prolonged shutdown when he made it so easy to blame him?

I hope this is true. It could be Trump’s most important lasting legacy, if Wall construction is stymied by Uniparty scum.

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This White Pill from Audacious Epigone is a delayed-release capsule.

Galileo was persecuted in his day, too. Science will give James Watson the last laugh. His persecutors will be laughingstocks, the butt of jokes people in the future will compare the most superstitious, ignorant comments to.

Watson’s defiance shames his tormentors. He will be recognized for the hero he is someday soon, and clown world will disappear as if it was nothing but a strange hallucination.





Comments


  1. on January 17, 2019 at 9:26 am William of Orange County

    I have long said that one of the major errors Cultural-Marxists have made in their long-march through the institutions is that they believe/d the institutions are eternal.

    Shut. Down. The. Institution.

    They never believe/d this is possible, but history has and can prove them wrong. If the institution is where they derive their power, then shut it down.

    If the shutdown lasts forever I don’t care. I can rebuild my nation. I have rifles and I have the law. They don’t and they can’t.

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    • That’s the truth. Let the left drown in their arrogance.

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      • Dollar gotta crash

        jews own this shit and are basically just flaunting it. Scams, schemes, just jews being jews and ripping everyone off

        ffs they have jewgle ads and fakebook as straight up wealth extraction schemes with advertising clicks from bot farms. It’s all fraud. The USA is US of Fraud. USF now.

        Shit will change when it gets bad enough to elect a Bolsonaro…a man with a mandate. He went so far outside Trump’s overton window that he’s through the yard and over the fence

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 12:27 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        The dollar can’t crash as long as it remains the world’s reserve currency. Other economies snatch it up greedily, spreading a mattress of softness underneath it as it goes. The tree gets taller, the dollar-leaves remain green.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 12:30 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        O/T

        The problem with elections is the Left always gets elected eventually. During its time in power, the cucks in the Right allow unhalted, continued immigration of shitskins, and the Liberals ratchet that up in their time. The Uniparty on this issue is confirmed.

        And why? Because of the influence of TELEVISION. Television normalizes liberal cause celebrates. Television is the Judge of the Universe coming down on your head every night . . .

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 1:38 pm gunslingergregi

        trav trump shut down gov
        keep it shut too

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 1:42 pm gunslingergregi

        we need the gov workers to work in electrical planets they cant get enolugh wolrkers

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 1:53 pm Captain Obvious

        >>>>> “The USA is US of Fraud. USF now.”

        That’s the point I keep trying to hammer home with all my Normie
        acquaintances – EVERYTHING IS FAKE NOW.

        Phone calls, the junque mail in your USPO mailbox, television commercials, your email spam, scientific papers, economic reports, “the news”, financial advisors, psychotherapists, politicians & their promises – it’s all make believe now.

        OTOH, the Frankfurt School & International Frugalism are quaking in their boots because they sense that Drumpf & Putin & Brexit & Les Gilets Jaunes & Bolsonaro & Conte/Salvini might actually be REAL.

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      • LOL Trump just canceled Pelosi’s taxpayer funded junket to Europe and elsewhere BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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      • Not just hers but a bus full of democraps going with her on a military jet

        their bus was en route to Andrews and they had to turn around

        LOLOLOLOL

        god I love trump now hahahahaha

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 2:09 pm Captain Obvious

        And just like that:

        YouTube suspends ads on Tommy Robinson channel http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3720782/posts

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 2:42 pm Alex the Goon

        trav, that junket was headed to Afghanistan too. That might’ve been an even better time to pull the rug out.
        But it’s still worth a big grin!

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      • billionaro is another servant of Israel/jews he will end like trump and do shit. all talk

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      • LOLtastic

        https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-18/friday-humor-progress-toxic-masculinity-turns-womans-boyfriend-weepy-little-pansy

        this bf has got to be trolling her

        I want to grow up and troll a bitch this hard someday

        Just don’t let her sit next to me on a flight buddy…lol

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  2. on January 17, 2019 at 9:26 am clarence boddiker

    I hope we do reduce these government parasites. Just remember, they get glorious benefits packages because they’re so talented, that they’re losing out on prime private sector jerbs. So, they should all land on their feet…or learn to code, I hear that’s the next big wave, pending approval of all the H1B’s

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    • They will just need to “shake themselves off” and “pull themselves up by their bootstraps”…in boomer language.

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      • This economy is strong. Plenty of $10/hour part-time jerbs out there, with no health benefits.

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      • Well, Johnny, even though the current catechism ’round chere states that boomers got everything handed to ’em, the truth of the matter is that most of us worked the equivalent of today’s $10 jobs in our salad days, often going to school at night and not finding our actual “profession” until we were in our late twenties and early thirties.

        Ya gotta start somewhere… and most of us were out of the parents’ house and on our own by the time we were 18… except, of course, for those lucky enough to go immediate to college, and even then, most were working part-time and chipping in on tuition and room and board.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 10:55 am Greg Eliot Hungry For Black Pole

        Step one:Rent a U-Haul…(Yes,that’s a reference to that fat faggot pos whatever Williams.)

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      • No you didn’t you fuckin lying boomer

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      • I think the real goal is to clear out the SES staff that Obama appointed. They are the ones doing the sabotage. It is telling that most are in the liberal darling departments. You wont see 800000 people laid off either.

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      • No you didn’t you fuckin lying boomer

        Didn’t what, you offWhite profligate pismire?

        Those who are untrustworthy themselves project it onto others.

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      • @Greg: Yes, Greg, but the difference is that (1) you at least had a future where if you had half a brain and some work ethic, there would be plenty of well-paying jobs for you when you exited your teen years, and (2) nowadays, it is people in their 30s, 40s and 50s fighting over those slave-wage (can never get out of debt) jobs. There is a big difference in a teen making low wages, while in school and living at home, but quite another thing when it is an adult trying to make a living on their own (let alone try to have a family) on such disgusting 3rd world wages.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 2:16 pm gunslingergregi

        greg was bragging bout giving money to his kids cause they needed it lol
        no fucking wonder

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      • greg was bragging bout giving money to his kids cause they needed it lol
        no fucking wonder

        Since the dawn of time, parents and grandparents and other members of the clan helped the youngest members get a start in life… if the clan was worth a damn.

        And now yeggs such as yourself are LAUGHING about the practice, as if it’s cause for neener-neenering?

        This is why we lose… and SHAME on your ass, gunny. Never thought I’ve have to say that, more’s the pity.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 3:41 pm gunslingergregi

        And now yeggs such as yourself are LAUGHING about the practice, as if it’s cause for neener-neenering?

        This is why we lose… and SHAME on your ass, gunny. Never thought I’ve have to say that, more’s the pity.

        ””””””’

        takes a year and half for my blood to beat life with no help
        ?

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      • No you didn’t you fuckin lying boomer

        I almost feel sorry for the idiot when you get after him.

        With you around, me and CD are practically superfluous.

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      • Keep patting yourself on the back, fuckwit… try-hard makes an unfounded accusation and you’re there rah-rahing like he’s struck some sort of blow?

        Proves what a pathetic fool you are… you get smacked upside the haid and then brag about how you stung the other guy’s hand.

        Wake up to yourself… you, CD, and the rest of the Idiot Squad get smacked around by me harder and faster than any of your attempted neener-neener inanities.

        This thread is but one more example. Clown try-hard dives in for a snark and then crickets when called on it… then you come in with some half-assed third-man in attempt, congratulating his flaccid lance.

        Danger comes in with yet another hare-bråined CT about “it’s a trap” and Trump is going to clear out all sorts of gummint drones on a 30 day rule, which ACTUAL sources have already declared isn’t in play, and the GE himself waxes eloquent about “800K great fedgov employees”.

        Again, big egg on face, but does he admit he was wrong? No, he posts some half-assed Q prediction from MARCH 2018, acting as if the prediction came to fruition with this current shut-down.

        You fucks are reason we lose… so shape up or keep losing, and keep getting your respective asses handed to you.

        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • mod ate my reply, so I’ll be more succinct

        STFU you fuckin stupid boomer

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      • What did I lie about, punk?

        Stick to the question at hand, pismire, or just admit yo’ mouf was engaged before yo’ bråin… as usual.

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    • Flushing out a large number of government jobs like this.. those people would then have to compete with the H1B and other visa classes. Suddenly all those work visas are no longer needed and they can go home, with former lazy government employees required to hustle a bit more in the private sector.

      Sounds like a win. More taxpayers and less tax takers. Increased productivity across the board. Less “need” for immigrants with a rebalancing of the workforce.

      Do it, Mr. President!

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    • @Greg: Yes, Greg, but the difference is that (1) you at least had a future where if you had half a brain and some work ethic, there would be plenty of well-paying jobs for you when you exited your teen years,

      Believe it or note, I had to work low wage jobs after my service, all through my college years, and for a few years thereafter. I never made any decent money until my early thirties… up until then, it was strictly efficiency apartments and used cars.

      Note that there are still a lot of opportunities out there for people with half a brain and a work ethic. Granted, the steel factory employed for life so long as you don’t shit the bed jobs are gone, but there’s a reason for that too.

      (2) nowadays, it is people in their 30s, 40s and 50s fighting over those slave-wage (can never get out of debt) jobs. There is a big difference in a teen making low wages, while in school and living at home, but quite another thing when it is an adult trying to make a living on their own (let alone try to have a family) on such disgusting 3rd world wages.

      When I see some older folks eking out their existence in minimum wage jobs, it does break my heart… but I see a lot of boomers in that position as well, so there’s that.

      FWIW, whenever I see a young man in his twenties wasting his life in a food-service place, I give him some contacts for more manly occupations that will at least give him more a sense of pride, if he has to start out working minimum wage, and which will look better on his resume.

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      • Yeah, It was a real fucking hoot to live in such a wonderful age. Double digit inflation AND unemployment , who could ask for anything more ? Plus that lovely Immigration Act of 1965 that as an 8 YEAR OLD I was proud to vote for . You muh-lenyal pisswilly fucks need to get it straight , you are entitled to your own opinions , but you are not entitled to your own bullshit ” facts ” . All of you
        bawling fucksticks would be richer than Croesus if you could monetize all that butthurt you have. Grow the hell up, and quit being perennial children.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 7:50 pm Flyover Deplorable

        GE and JM,

        Also, throughout the 60s and early 70s during the ((MIC’s and banker’s)) war in Viet Nam all young men were subject to the draft. I can easily count at least 50 close friends, classmates, or personal acquaintances who were among the 58 K killed.

        I was Signal Corps, attached to the 101st Airmobile Div near the DMZ and came back relatively unharmed. I paid my own way to get my engineering degree.

        Those who opted to do their time in prison in lieu of “serving,” I respect. And toward those who opted to go to Canada, I no longer have hard feelings.

        Do not want sympathy. Just pointing out that the mess back then was multi-tiered and complicated in its own way, and I had no idea who the ((chosen)) were or what they were up to.

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      • Thanks for the back-up, true stalwarts.

        These muh boomer false alt-R allies are often more of a hindrance that the actual foes we face.

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      • FD, I had 4 cousins went to Nam, 2 came back alive the other 2 did not. One volunteered ( He knew he was going to get drafted anyway ) and the others won the only lottery you never want to win . The best of our generation died over there in that god-forsaken shithole. Thank God you came home.

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      • When i see a boomer doin that, I think Just Desserts

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 9:30 am gunslingergregi

      lalaolalaolaozlzzzzzzzzzzzzlololzzzzzzzzzzzzz

      gtfo

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    • this shit is absurd

      of course anyone who doesn’t follow the narrative is corrupted and owned by Russia.

      The fuckin Russians…like is this 1984 all over again?

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 12:19 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        I betcha some libtards actually believe their narrative in their bones. The smarter ones don’t, but the desperate ones could.

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    • Does anyone NOT know by now that the FBI routinely entraps lone schnooks into terror schemes and then boasts about their efficiency in stopping muh terrorism?

      Hell, it beats getting moved out of comfy suburban offices, due to no crime happening, and getting reassigned to some urban area where they might have to actually go after miscreants who shoot back.

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  3. Take a look at Democratic voters; Baby killers, cop killers, BLM, Antifa, feminazis, Illegals, convicted criminals, mass shooters, glob✡lists, transgender freaks…the dems/liberals/socialists are the party of FILTH and must be wiped from the Earth forever.

    White privilege means we can call them ni66ers to their face and its perfectly ok. Oh wait they disagree with this? Yep, white privilege doesn’t exist then, only white power.

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 9:37 am clarence boddiker

      we can’t say these truths but the left is free to call us all toothless hicks. fuckers.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 9:40 am gunslingergregi

        im only toothles cause i stopped brushing my teeth in iraq figured why bother i was gonna eventually die anyway
        boy was that a mistake

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 9:44 am gunslingergregi

        it was almost all hicks in iraq rofl

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 10:18 am Captain Obvious

        >>>>> “it was almost all hicks in iraq rofl”

        Which means that Red State Amerikkka has 110% of all the experience in ki11ing.

        And Blue State America has -10%.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 10:18 am Captain Obvious

        Except for the ab0rtuaries, obviously.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 10:23 am gunslingergregi

        saddest part of my life i’m not smart enough to be a redneck
        i know why libs with degrees hate them
        they cant do what they do even upon threat of death

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 10:28 am Captain Obvious

        Rednecks have G0d-given talents that college edumakated sh!t-tards can’t even dream of mimicking.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 11:26 am Captain Obvious

        Got a Roy Clark video in m0d.

        That dude was the Enescu of the Appalachians.

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      • Cappy, you ain’t shittin’ about Roy Clark, the man was unbelievable.

        When people think of the great guitar players of the 60’s and 70’s, they always think of Rock guitarists, but I can name 3 Country guitarists that could smoke all of ’em: Roy Clark, Jerry Reed, and Glen Campbell.

        A lot of people don’t know about how good Glen Campbell was. He and Alice Cooper became friends in the 70’s (they both knew how ridiculous that was, and thought it was hilarious), played golf together, and their wives became friends. Anyway, guys like Eddie Van Halen and Joe Perry would call Cooper up and say “hey, could you talk to Glen about giving me a lesson or two?” They knew.

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      • Another good Glen Campbell story. He started out as a studio musician, very much in demand, and got tabbed to play guitar on a Frank Sinatra album in the early 60’s. When they were recording, Campbell was in awe of Sinatra, not just because he was a legend, but for how ingenious Sinatra was with his vocal arrangements and phrasing. Campbell found himself staring at him a lot, and at the first break in recording Sinatra turns to the producer and says “Who’s the fag?”

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      • Campbell was a member of the Wrecking Crew, the premier studio musicians of their day, and yes, Roy Clark forgot more about guitars than the so-called “gods” that have been touted through the (((MSM))).

        Jerry Reed wasn’t bad, but maybe all of the above wouldn’t be ashamed to take second chair to Chet Atkins.

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      • Greg, very true, Chet was the Big Daddy of all of those guys.

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      • Roy Clark got his start on the Jimmy Dean show, but he was young, kinda lazy, and was always late. Finally, Dean fired him. He told Roy “You’re by far the greatest musician I’ve ever had to fire.”

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    • Take a look at Democratic voters;…cop killers

      That’s actually one of their few good points.

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  4. on January 17, 2019 at 9:35 am gunslingergregi

    drinks a sip to ch
    cheers bro
    doing gods work

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  5. on January 17, 2019 at 9:43 am CalvinDecline

    Damn CH, great post. I’ve a lot of homework to catch up on.

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 12:21 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

      Heartiste has been on a roll lately. Steam is practically coming out of his ears and nostrils, and his fingers are flying with gold flecks scattering everwhere.

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  6. Didn’t Reagan de-certify PATCO ? Hell, even FDR didn’t want fedgov employees unionized. This make-work for morons that could never cut it in the private sector has got to stop.

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    • WhiteAngloSaxenPutridans are not (all of them taken together) even the largest Protestant group in these united states

      without the FedGov force amplifier how will Y’all rule United States, much less the Earth, then?

      :duckface:

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      • p.s.

        Steve King turns to be a Papist, who has defected putridan heresy

        His persecution is much more clear now

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      • Good grief , you jibbering faggot. You never , ever deviate from your script .
        Your Uncle Tamir really needs to let your special ed flunked-out ass go, this place deserves better trolls.
        Gibs coordinates nao , you gyppo kike mutt.

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      • so Steve King is not a papist, you nosy philistine pseudo-Christian hypocritical ingrate?

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      • Damn, oink… watch that “nosy” stuff.

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  7. I sure hope something comes of it.

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  8. “We have to hammer on abusers in every way possible,” Mr. Sackler wrote in an email in 2001, when he was president of the company, Purdue Pharma. “They are the culprits and the problem. They are reckless criminals.”

    they knew the time release coating peeled right off and pushed it out anyway

    good times

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  9. The thing about these things that (((they))) know is that there is no going back. Once people realize all the nasty negative consequences the fear-mongers bring up on (((CNN))) and (((MSNBC))) are not appearing, the impetus to go back is gone and the opposition to going back is immense.

    We may have already reached that point in France. Only time will tell.

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    • If the goyim ever find out the full scale of ‘their’ depredations, instigators of both World Wars, the Holocau$t™, 9/11….the crack will be mighty!

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      • bullshit. there are tons of facts on the net about the jews and the wars and nobody does shit. the French are dancing right on the edge of it

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    • @Chase: Great video. Thanks for posting it. The French are woke AF as to what is going on, and (((who))) is behind it. I liked the one comment in there that basically said that the international finance ‘elites’, and their puppets like Macron (and Merkel), treat nations as hotels.

      Abusive governments, posing as ‘democracies’, get very scared when the puppets start to see their strings.

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      • gosh at this rate we just might get an actual investigation of the holocaust, you know, to put some real quantitative data onto it.

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    • Great video, the spirit of those protestors… they keep taking it and asking for seconds.

      There’s a moment where the reporter interviewing them is walking through tear gas with them and one of the protestors said “mmm, there’s the tear gas… that’s a nice vintage… a bit stronger than last weeks…”

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    • Today Trump announced some new missile defense program. Lol.

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    • This video is an epic white pill. Pro-click, thanks.

      Shitlord honors go to the woman at 10:36 talking about killing the overlords and the somewhat crazy gut at 12:38 talking about exploding the top of “judeo-masonic temple.” 😆

      Greatest vision honors to the last guy, very eloquent. I am sure some will object to his lack of whiteness but see for yourself…he’s woke.

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    • where did they get this jet black nigger from? the woman that said if they try to kill us we will kill them. she has tons of more courage then the gelded pussyfied fat big mouth heavily armed American cowards who cower in front of their wives then go to the gun store wanting to bomb arabs for the jews

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    • that black nigger is as much French as I am a ballerina

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  10. 1. Good for the CIS!! I suggest donating a few shekels to them to assist in this lawsuit. Of course, the loony Zionist left also hates NumbersUSA, which is a very effective anti-immigration organization that you should all look in to. At no cost to you (but you SHOULD donate to this vital cause), you can send out various faxes to your local representatives, the President, etc. through their site, that they already have drafted on various issues. The SPLC – it is not Southern, it is not poor, and it is not a “law center”.
    2. Good for Judicial Watch, which is fighting the Clinton mob, and the rest of them, with these FOIA requests. I suggest joining or sending them a few shekels as well. The very, very, very sad thing is this: Why in the hell do we have to rely on a private organization, funded with private money, filing FOIA requests, to uncover one of the biggest conspiracies in this Nation’s history?! The government simply has no ability to police itself. How sad and scary is that? These people have been getting away with literal murder for years. They are out of control.
    3. ZOG shutdown: If that was the plan all along – to have a legal reason to get rid of all the excess, traitorous bureaucrats – it was a brilliant trap laid by the Prez and his team. Maybe Steve Miller is lurking in the background on this one.

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    • 3. ZOG shutdown: If that was the plan all along – to have a legal reason to get rid of all the excess, traitorous bureaucrats – it was a brilliant trap laid by the Prez and his team.

      Well, I’ll personally dance a hora in Macy’s window, twelve noon, if this “it’s a trap” proves to be true.

      But I gotta tell ya, if the alt-R is smart enough to figger it as such, I don’t see muh Deep State Dems getting caught off guard like that… not for a measly $5 billion and/or petulant Orange Man Bad recalcitrance.

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      • The 30 day limit was not well known. We have had several shut downs over the last several years and they never went this far, and the Dems assumed the press would paint Trump as an ogre. Not hard to believe at all.

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      • The news links are already out that there will be no 39 day RIF rule in this case.

        And Trump himself is waxing poetic over the “800K great fedgov workers”.

        Of course, since Q, ZH, or FR didn’t let you in on it, you’re still bluffing to the CT “very possible” hand you dealt yourself.

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    • Be interesting to see what happens. Probably another big nothingburger. However, if he DID say “you’re fired!” to like half the gov’t, I’d have to take a week off from work just to laugh my ass off about it.

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 1:49 pm gunslingergregi

      good point take that wall money transfer it

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  11. “the trifecta of anti-White hate groups dismantled — the SPLC, the ADL, and the ACLU”

    Now what have they all got in common? Scratchin’ ma haid….

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    • Anything appearing to be in common is merely a COHENcidence.

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    • I hate it when the Puritans hide behind their pet sheenies like that.

      :duckface… or should I say oinkface?

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    • “Now what have they all got in common?”

      well, only SPLC and ACLU were set up by Putridans, to further Putridan shenanigans

      ADL is by ((tribesmen)) for ((tribesmen))

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      • Especially ACLU, reads like a “Who’s Who” of post War of Secession Putridan luminaries:
        Keller, Eastman, Ford, one of the first “ordained” putridanes, Addams, Skull’n’Bones, also some of the trustiest ((midlemen) Frankfurter, Garfield-Hayes (?!??), Hoover ass-kisser Ernst, etc. etc. etc.

        the proposition that US is not by the putridans for the putridans
        – sure, better I should not believe my mujik eyes, lest Massa Mosbee shall taunt me again!

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      • You pig -headed slut , does your Uncle Tamir not tell you to not draw attention to your fellow tribesman, you joo-gyppo mashup ?
        JIDF doesn’t send their best and brightest here and you are the perfect example of that. Day of the smokehaus is coming soon for you faggot.

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 10:47 pm Libertarian_Pill

      They all have Orwellian names. Think about it.

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  12. The Sackler clan evil? But….but…I thought they were great philanthropists? I do know they bankrolled the Jewish Museum in Berlin. So they can’t be all bad….

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 10:26 am Captain Obvious

      The Tribe are genetic psych0paths. Everything Je$us tried to warn us about them has proved to be true.

      They didn’t even bat an eyelash at the thought of starving to death 10 Mi11ion Ukra!inians in the H0l0d0mor.

      “Well, there is no famine.” – Meir Henoch Wallach-Finkelstein

      https://www.garethjones.org/st_patricks/~litvinov_famine_denial2-old.htm

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      • I’m shocked, shocked that svengalling is happening here!?

        :duckface:

        or is it that the firebomber of Dresden and the starver of Ukraine fit like peas in a pod?

        Still, despite his many errors, the harshest judgment against Iosip Vissarionovitch will be for his cooperation with the Putridan “eveil cripple” FDR.

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 12:40 pm Captain John Charity Spring MA

      The Holocaust memorial in Berlin is a deliberate scar cut on the face of a beautiful city.

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  13. on January 17, 2019 at 10:31 am Staten Italy Man

    Re: ‘The Trump Shutdown Trap’ I am sporting a chubby visible from space.

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  14. on January 17, 2019 at 10:46 am gunslingergregi

    fuck cant leave yet
    got to make sure my people got food
    maybe white pill

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  15. on January 17, 2019 at 11:28 am Deter Naturalist

    Everything we’re told is a lie.

    I used to schlep pharmaceuticals, including two drugs that were “technically” in the same class (opioid analgesics) as oxycontin (time-release oxycodone.)

    If you wanted to now about abuse potential, the easy way was to peruse the web forum for people exchanging recipes for getting high. It’s called bluelight.org and yes, it exists, you don’t even have to find the dark web.

    When a new (or an old) drug with potential recreational use comes to market, in no time anonymous forum participants will try it. Then mix it. Then try it at two, three or even ten times the recommended dose. And they’ll share their experiences (assuming it doesn’t kill them.) They share how to extract fentanyl from a patch (resulting in an extremely dangerous, toxic compound.)

    Oxycontin isn’t as favored as immediate-release, brand name opioids like Vicodin(tm), but unlike a lot of pills (Vicodin, Lorcet, etc.) Oxycontin doesn’t have Tylenol (acetaminophen) in it, so taking a handful won’t kill off your liver (it just may stop your breathing….)

    My point is that there were (are) drugs that are treated by the FDA and DEA the same as Oxycodone, morphine, etc., but are nowhere near as interesting to the bluelight.org people as they are. I sold two of them. But it was ILLEGAL to suggest that those drugs were less “addictive,” even though street use was a tiny fraction of the true opioids.

    Paradoxically, doctors didn’t think what I sold worked as well *because pill-seekers didn’t ask for it much at all. Doctors took this to mean the drug didn’t reduce pain, when in fact that was about ALL it did (no euphoria, or the mental lobotomy effect that true opioids actually deliver.)

    We exist in a weird sea of ignorance, superstition and lies. Purdue undoubtedly bought a whole lot of “look-the-other-way” from regulators for a long, long time, but the DEA was asleep at the switch for tons of this. (Example, where a distributor was shipping enough opioid pills to kill everyone in the county to a single pharmacy in a rural area.)

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 11:41 am Captain Obvious

      >>>>> “bought a whole lot of “look-the-other-way” from regulators for a long, long time, but the DEA was asleep at the switch for tons of this”

      Those are the charitable explanations – incompetence and/or corruption.

      The Darker explanation is that the Frankfurt School & the Deep State fully intended to destroy flyover country White people – cutting them off financially via NAFTA & MFN for China & EPA/FDA assaults on coal/timber/paper/tobacco, and then destroying them psychologically with opi0ids [s/p endless wars in the middle east].

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    • Is it availability that’s causing the problem?

      https://reason.com/archives/2018/06/01/how-the-government-made-the-opioid-crisi/2

      “There’s an even more radical approach than harm reduction. In response to its own overdose crisis, Portugal decriminalized all drugs in 2001. The country saw rates of overdose deaths, disease transmission, and overall use fall. Portugal’s drug overdose rates are now approximately six deaths per million people. In the U.S., it’s 312 per million.”

      Obviously, this one very narrow metric that doesn’t look at other factors like crime, unemployment, quality of life, etc.

      But it could be there’s another problem.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 1:26 pm gunslingergregi

        yea why i wanted to check out portugal
        no suicide rate cause no gov agent can really fuck with people prob cause everything legal

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    • Think about it….most doctors get everything they know about a particular new drug from the literature and sales pitch fed to them by some average IQ THOT, wearing a tight short skirt and 2″ pumps, pulling around a ‘free samples’ briefcase office to office. High-end (street level) drug pushers.

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      • Good point… the rep from the drug company, whether it’s a he or a she, is nearly always a sexy broad or a slick-looking up-and-comer who can charm the socks off a fireplace.

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    • on January 18, 2019 at 6:48 am gunslingergregi

      experts on everything

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  16. I was just on Goodbye America and was really depressed. Thanks, I needed this.

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  17. The charge against Hilary’s mishandling of classified material and emails should be gross negligence. Negligence doesn’t require showing any kind of intent whatsoever, and it’s what many other people down the ranks have been sent to jail for.

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  18. Whilst I’ve heard politicians talking tough about reducing state employee numbers and introducing greater efficiency in the state sector, I have never seen this carried out with a cull of bureaucratic positions. Never.

    All I have ever seen is an inexorable upward creep in perks, power, and numbers, of bureaucrats.

    Trump is a genius.

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  19. Just to add, it’s the way Trump goes about it, never revealing his hand, whilst quietly getting on with what needs doing whilst lefties are foaming at the mouth in outrage over something petty and completely unrelated.

    The lefties have so far fallen for it every single time.

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    • Yes, but what has he done thus far?

      I’ll be thrilled if this “trap” proves to be what it COULD be, but I’m not giving him credit for what he hasn’t done yet, nor for all the things he hasn’t done. Snappy Tweets just don’t do it for me, I want RESULTS before I start praising.

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      • Seconded… most of us so-called “black pillers” want nothing more than the cock-eyed optimism of the Trump Pollyannas to come to fruition.

        But this incessant back-slapping for what ain’t yet been done chafes mah hide, and is not befitting a chieftain.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 2:55 pm Alex the Goon

        A man who makes reference to “800,000 great American fedgov workers” is much more likely to reinstate them with full backpay, then to discard them as the useless resource sinks they truly are.
        Even if they’re all reinstated, the rest of us at least get lighter traffic on our commutes.

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      • But this incessant back-slapping for what ain’t yet been done chafes mah hide, and is not befitting a chieftain.

        Yeah, a chief among men, like you. That’s right.

        Get over yourself, you vain piece of shit.

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      • Look, you insolent cocksucker… when I want to hear from an asshole I’ll break wind.

        if all you’re going to do is applaud cop-killers and fellow League of Moron petulants who come up with lame attempts to put burrs in the saddle of their betters, and CT mongers, then get the fuck out of the chateau.

        We don’t need your kind ’round chere.

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      • We don’t need your kind ’round chere.

        What do you mean “we,” Greg? You got a turd in your pocket?

        Look, you insolent cocksucker… when I want to hear from an asshole I’ll break wind.

        And If I want any shit from you, I’ll pull your head off and scoop it out.

        get the fuck out of the chateau.

        Make me.

        burrs in the saddle of their betters

        This is another one of those faggy phrases you think is so witty that it bears repeating over and over.

        https://www.tumblr.com/search/robby%20the%20robot%20gif

        GayG, in monotone: “Burrs in the saddle of their betters…You fairy…I smell gefilte…[insert random Bible passage here…]”

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      • You petulant punk, may the Lord rebuke you.

        Keep losing.

        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • You petulant punk, may the Lord rebuke you.

        Keep losing.

        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • You’re the one who started the shit, you son-of-a-bitch.

        If I want any more lip from you I’ll pull it off try-hard’s zipper.

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      • THE GREAT TEN-GALLON HAS SPOKEN! PAY NO ATTENTION TO THAT GAMMA BEHIND THE CURTAIN!

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      • Stop embarrassing yourself, twerp… and if you think those silly little greek-letter attempts at neener-neenering mean anything, you’re an even bigger punk that you’re making yourself look.

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      • “Twerp”? “Punk”?

        Your puerile epithets have about as much effect on me as Occasionally-Coherent’s do on Trump.

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  20. Trump = 21st Century Bismark.

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  21. “Watson’s defiance shames his tormentors. He will be recognized for the hero he is someday soon, and clown world will disappear as if it was nothing but a strange hallucination.”

    No it wont. Nobody knows how many White Women have slept with a Mino. I suspect its a lot more than anyone is willing to admit. This means so many women have been tainted for life. Possibly generations if Telegony proves to be True.

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  22. Theses a lot of white pills around

    1) Feminism is dead, dead, dead. What you are seening, the shriking and the madness, is the DREAD of knowing it’s over for them, the very last vertiges of it are gonna burn out now. Becuase this is how it’s going, Either we get the patarichry back, or, marrige totally dies and robot sex toys service our needs and clean our houses. It’s a win / win here

    2) The system is DEAD. Yes, the rotting corpse is still lingering but it’s DEAD. Jewish greed killed the golden goose. THE debt is mathematically and politically impossible to repay, there’s trillions of dollars (yes literally trillions) just sitting around (yes, just sitting there really) ready to conflagurate the worldwide system into the biggest hyperinflation since Weimar. Get ready now, it does not take much to live through this, we have lived through great systemic resets before.

    We are going to see 1 & 2 in my lifetime and it will be grand.

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  23. on January 17, 2019 at 12:37 pm Captain John Charity Spring MA

    Second Referendum in UK will produce a bloodbath.

    Leavers will go ballistic if cheated at the last moment.

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  24. Q post 815836 from 27 March 2018- Done in 30. House cleaning. White House secured. Final stage.

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  25. I respectfully disagree. Most of the deaths are caused by street drugs, where the dosage is uncertain. This applies to heroin but above all to fentanyl which, milligram for milligram is at least an order of magnitude more powerful.

    On the other hand, millions of people in chronic pain suffer from the FDA:s strict rules on prescribing effective painkillers. This is quiet crisis, not ENOUGH RELIEF.

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    • The whole pharmaceutical aspect of Anarcho-Tyranny in one comment.

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      • I am not sure what you mean. Sorry.

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      • Anarcho-Tyranny let’s important crime go while scrupulously prosecuting insignificant crimes or offenses.

        If the FDA scrupulously enforces prescription rules making it harder for normal people in real pain to go through proper channels to find relief, yet law enforcement is lax about other more dangerous drugs (street drugs, for ex.), that’s Anarcho-Tyranny.

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  26. There is another issue or two.

    1) Oxycontin is specifically designed to do a time-release, which is very useful for treating pain (also useful for a lot of other drugs).
    Now, the sad part is that junkies pretty soon figured out that the time-release aspect of the formulation can be defeated, AFAIK vigorous use of mortar and pestle will do the job.

    2) Additionally, while Oxycontin is designed to be taken orally, some junkies apparently dissolve (or suspend the particles) in water and inject it.

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  27. The Trump Shutdown Trap makes sense. What is Trump’s catchphrase?

    YOU’RE FIRED!

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  28. on January 17, 2019 at 1:24 pm baked georgia

    the problem that trump face since the beggining, is that his views are so unique among the mainstream politicians, that he dont really have names to fit positions.

    when it comes to bolsonaro. i’m 100% in favour of him in most issues: very tough on crime, pro-guns, anti-pc, anti-leftists, against denegeneracy specially teachers brainwashing students.

    I think his economy views (today) are a little naive. like they’re from a mainstream republican book. he was 100% nationalist in the past, though. I’ve guess even he had to play a little bit with the joos

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 10:55 pm Libertarian_Pill

      For Brazil, a little bit of old school Republican economics would be quite a relief. You can’t always strive for utopia, you should be happy that the ship is righting course and headed in a better direction.

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  29. Trump sent Pelosi the letter yanking her military flight AN HOUR BEFORE THEY WERE SET TO DEPART!!!

    THEY WERE ALREADY ON THE BUS AND THE BUS HAD TO TURN AROUND AND TAKE THEM BACK TO DC!!!

    AHAHAHAA

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  30. Kinda on topic but off topic:

    Reading about germany in the post world war 1 and pre world war 2 years, and all the chaos and the muck, I was struck about the INFRASTRUCTURE that the ‘right’ had. They had their own advocacy groups, their own lawyer groups, hell, the nazi’s had their own insurance company/funds for party members, etc (i think the dude’s name was Borman who ran it?). Not to mention their own newspapers, etc.

    I’m sure the point has been made before, but that is what our side needs, i think, more than anything. The infrastructure the left has is a ‘super weapon’. And our side has nothing to counter it with. We need an SPLC, you know?

    I have no idea about ‘how’, unfortunately.

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  31. on January 17, 2019 at 2:00 pm gunslingergregi

    keep it shut down fuck the anti whites in congress

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 2:00 pm gunslingergregi

      and take all their shit to pay deficit

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 2:02 pm gunslingergregi

      not deficit take their shit to pay for illegals housing medical

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 2:10 pm gunslingergregi

      how the fuck they gonna get to keep the money they got off china for sending us manufacturing to china
      they supposed to be allowed to keep
      fuck out of here
      go through their financials with fine tooth comb

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 2:11 pm gunslingergregi

        take all money they sold out for

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 2:13 pm gunslingergregi

        thought they was home free
        then took a giant shit
        fuck that

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 3:10 pm Alex the Goon

        If you think they sold US out to China for a few million reserve notes, you’ll be mistaken. They were following the plan of a (((higher power))), set in motion decades ago.
        This is why we’re all so impatient with Trump trying to work and negotiate with them for 2+ years. They are all out-and-proud traitors. Democracy and the Republic are done, and it’s time for the benevolent dictator to take over, before a malevolent one cuts his place in line.

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  32. For fuck’s sake, can we please drop the Galileo was “persecuted in his day” crap? When are supposedly red-pilled people going to realize how far back the destruction of Western Civilization began? It’s taken centuries of brainwashing lies to erode the thousand-year reign of the civilization Christendom built; the story of a backward, Medieval Church trying to hide scientific truth from people is one of a myriad of Jew lies that has hammered us relentlessly, and we need to start uprooting them whenever and wherever we come across them.

    Contrary to the Jew-inspired popular myth, medieval and ancient people did not think the world was flat. Our ancestors were not superstitious twits who simply believed old wives tales contrary to common sense; most of what they believed was based on solid observation with the tools they had at their disposal. They drew conclusions based on those observations and did posterity a service in laying the groundwork for further study. Jews were nowhere near the foundation of science. It was the Church that was a supporter and an aid in this process. Nearly all of the early scientists of the middle ages were Catholic priests or monks. Out of the hundreds and hundreds of churchmen and laymen who advanced scientific understanding, the (((mythmakers))) always and only point to one instance where there was a clash: the case of Galileo.

    First, Galileo was funded by Cardinal Barberini for 23 years, underwriting the best work the scientist did. Cardinal Barberini ascended the papal throne as Urban VIII, and it was in this capacity that he gave Galileo permission to write about the Copernican Theory. Galileo repaid his friend and patron by dabbling in theology and calling into question the omnipotence of God in his Copernican tract, “Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief Systems of the World” (1632). This all took place during the Protestant revolt when [false] accusations that the Catholic Church did not adhere to the Bible abounded, especially in England. All of the hub-bub about Galileo is based on the rock-star scientists’ overstepping of his competence to present in his scientific work a theological opinion that put the Pope and the Church in a very awkward position, and the (((opinion makers))) of the day (and, it seems, of all the days since) have made hay with it.

    What most people don’t know is that an overwhelming number of scientists of the time did not support Galileo’s scientific theory. Not because of religious reasons but for a sound scientific one: if the earth revolved around the sun, scientists since ancient times correctly stated that we on earth would see a parallax in the heavens. Similar to putting your hand in front of your nose and looking at a distant object with one eye closed, and then switching eyes, you see the object appear to “shift”; if the earth is going around the sun, we on earth should see a shift of the stars at different seasons (when the earth is on one side of the sun, vs. the opposite side.) Since this parallax was never observed, the science did not support Galileo.

    Those scientists were right. What they didn’t know was that because of the immense distance involved, seeing the parallax was not possible at the time with the equipment they had. Do you know when we finally had instruments able to see this parallax? 1838, over 200 years later. Search scientus org Copernicus-Stellar-Parallax.

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 2:22 pm gunslingergregi

      Those scientists were right. What they didn’t know was that because of the immense distance involved, seeing the parallax was not possible at the time with the equipment they had. Do you know when we finally had instruments able to see this parallax? 1838, over 200 years later. Search scientus org Copernicus-Stellar-Parallax.

      ””””’

      interesting

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    • This forum needs more posts such as this… well-done.

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    • Thank you! I get really tired of the ol’ Galileo false narrative. Same with the Joe McCarthy false narrative.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 5:20 pm Corinth Arkadin

        Coulter set the Joe McCarthy narrative to bed around 2000-2001 in her book. The first time I’d read it that way.

        When I started to get wise.

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      • on January 17, 2019 at 10:59 pm Libertarian_Pill

        Read the book on the Mitrokhin files (released after the end of the Soviet Union). I believe it’s called The Sword and the Shield. The US State Department was rife with communist infiltrators.
        The sequel (I think it’s called The World Was Going Our Way) is also excellent, about the fight between the CIA and the KGB for the third world. It explains a lot of the things happening even today in the middle East.

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    • You make the Catholic Church of the medieval ages sound like the National Science Foundation. I should be grateful that I can afford to do science only if funded by centralized control? You are right about the flat earth not being a theory. It’s obvious to sailors and anyone on the shore with sharp eyes. This one point would perfect the comment by Jax below.

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    • Galileo lept to conclusions without considering alternative hypotheses. Some alternatives were proposed by his colleagues from the church. Most of his conclusions turned out to be correct. An over generalization he made in his book “The Starry Messenger” is that all the nebulae could be resolved as clusters of stars. It seems that like many scientists he sought fame and the sponsorship that goes with it. I speculate that he knew others would soon turn their telescopes to the night sky so he rushed to publish, not only his observations but his speculative the nterpretations.

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    • Rome and Greece built this civilization, ffs

      not the effing catholic church

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  33. […] Source: Heartiste […]

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  34. on January 17, 2019 at 2:25 pm The Man From K Street

    Sadly, they aren’t going to be RIFed. OMB has already said that because it is an “emergency furlough,” the 39 day rule doesn’t apply:

    https://federalnewsnetwork.com/government-shutdown/2019/01/furloughed-feds-wont-be-rifed-if-government-shutdown-extends-past-30-days-omb-says/amp/

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  35. In regards to the esteemed Dr. Watson. History repeats itself and we are witnesses to this axiom.

    People once thought the Earth was flat (some rappers seem to have not gotten the memo). Authorities persecuted Galileo and Copernicus for daring to think the world wasn’t the center of the Universe. William Harvey was ridiculed to think the heart was the driver of blood circulation not the liver. People scolded and scoffed at Darwin, Lamarck, and Wallace for daring to test the idea that species evolve and that creationism wasn’t the answer.

    We are all witnesses to this generation’s scientific taboo. Race Realism. It is the next scientific taboo that is being rebuked in the face of overwhelming evidence. It too will crack as the naysayers and religious zealots.. religious zealots being egalitarian activists….. are forced to come to terms with reality. As Audacious Epigone puts it, science will vindicate Dr. Watson. That day is nearly upon us. Every changes when that day arrives.

    [CH: well stated]

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  36. on January 17, 2019 at 2:38 pm gunslingergregi

    dang walmart in town two hours away got empty shelves

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  37. The reason that the libtards had gone completely insane over Trump, to the extent that the cuckoos popped out of their heads, is that his ability to appoint judges has screwed them for the next 2 generations. Why do you think they went crazy over Kavanaugh where they had to invent some 40 yo fake rape story? Trump now has the Supreme Court and after the hags die it will just be icing on the cake and more appointments. Trump also appoints the Federal District Court judges(90) that are just routinely confirmed by the Senate that he also controls and no one even pays much attention to. There are also 12 appeals courts that hear appeals from the District courts and they’re appointed too.
    If Trump never does anything else while in office he has already won with these lifetime appointed judges that the ACLU and ADL can do nothing about their final decisions.
    I’m pretty sure that the court will hear birthright citizenship
    And also about the composition of Congressional districts counting only qualified voters. This will mean that in places like NYC and LA etc they will lose seats in Congress.

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    • Trump now has the Supreme Court

      As recent activity has shown, ummmmm… no… not yet.

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 8:30 pm Flyover Deplorable

      @ Dr. B

      “Trump also appoints the Federal District Court judges(90) that are just routinely confirmed by the Senate that he also controls and no one even pays much attention to.”

      Well, that remains to be seen.

      https://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-judicial-nominations-116th-congress-us-senate-charles-schumer-1280392

      “President Donald Trump has suffered a setback after the Senate knocked hundreds of nominations back to the White House. As the 116th Congress began on Thursday, the Senate sent back over 270 nominations from the previous session, as well as a host of foreign service nominees.”

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    • on January 17, 2019 at 11:05 pm Libertarian_Pill

      I’m not sure about Kavanaugh. I want him to be good, but I’m not 100% sure we can count on him yet. Gorsuch has proven a lot more dependable than expected, thus far.

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  38. The Ancients knew the earth was a sphere. There were a number of reasons, e.g. a ship’s mast can still be seen when the hull has vanished below the horizon. They did not know the Earth moves, which is a much more tricky concept to grasp. They would ask: Where are the hurricane force winds that would surely exist if the Earth moved?

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  39. So many j**s. So little Zyklon B.

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    • on January 18, 2019 at 6:55 am gunslingergregi

      why use zyclon when can use engine exhaust almost limitles cheap clean
      not necesarily for jews but for all mass extermination needs he he he

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