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The time is now. Anonymous 06/01/2020 (Mon) 09:01:34 ID:20ab92 No. 28779 [Reply] [Last]
If you are not actively working to 'alter' the current U.S government in favour of installing a state that supports our ideology then start doing so. The nation's days are numbered and if the wrong group seizes influence then you will see further cuckery take place. This is prime time to be eliminating opposition. Do what must be done. HH
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I wish we could all unite on buying decisions to cut out our enemies. I have gotten most of my friends off Chrome and stopping the use of g o o g l e. But still they will give money to companies who align with the enemy. Such as n etflix and d isney. not typing their names fully as to not give their bs crawlers a chance to find their own names.
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I'm just waiting for either the NJP to kick off their activism or for an assignment from Patriot Front.
>>28779 participate in your own volunteer mock government, gather signatures, do the entire thing, but not to participate, to generate people who are familiar with the process who can then proceed to participate
>>35671 > stopping the use of g o o g l e. how? you have to kiss their ass and then sneak around behind their back, the whole thing is fucked.
>>35534 http://teamlaw.net/Government/usmap.htm we were looking at mesh networks and county based voting on bills, that each county would select an officer to put in the vote but the vote would be crowd sourced from all interested parties in the county interacting on a mesh network and reading the bills and voting on them, this way you would save money as it is more reliable to control votes through advertising than through relationships >>35671 >I wish we could all unite on buying decisions to cut out our enemies. you're talking about buyers unions, you collaborate with other buyers and when you reach a target price on a product you save money by collecting the product from a centrally located warehouse, you also save money collectively negotiating price paid

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Why Corporations Support Black Lives Matter When They Didn’t Support Occupy Wall Street Anonymous 07/04/2020 (Sat) 23:16:55 ID:83084e No. 33403 [Reply] [Last]
Why Corporations Support Black Lives Matter When They Didn’t Support Occupy Wall Street Western corporations are falling over themselves to show their support for Black Lives Matter. Professional sportsmen proudly display BLM logos on their shirts, television shows hold moments of silence for George Floyd, and the FaceBook and Twitter accounts of countless large entities have paid their respects. But no corporation did anything like this for Occupy Wall Street. This essay explains why. The Occupy Wall Street movement began in September 2011 with a campout protest at New York’s Zuccotti Park. The protest was sparked by rising inequality in America, something that had increased sharply after the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-08. Bank bailouts had ensured that the wealthy avoided any of the suffering from the crisis, and that the poor took the entire burden. OWS’s most famous chant was “We are the 99%”. This referred to OWS’s belief that the top 1% of Americans were hoarding a grossly disproportionate amount of resources and power. Their fundamental motivation was to express outrage at this state of affairs in the hope of forcing change to a more equitable system. They made demands such as getting corporations and corporate lobbyists out of politics, granting the working class a greater share of production and reforming the banking system to restrict speculation. The movement appealed to an entire generation of young people, who were just then beginning to understand that they were going to have a lower standard of living than their parents did. These young people saw in OWS the potential to arrest the relentless decline of their living standards by enabling them to come together to assert their collective interests. This terrified the American Establishment. If there’s any one single thing that the Establishment fears, it’s poor people coming together on the basis of class. Class solidarity is the only way that the people can form a broad enough front to work against inequality without being divided and conquered into impotence. The formation and expression of class solidarity, then, is a direct threat to the interests of the ruling class. In the wake of Occupy Wall Street, the 1% came together and decided upon a strategy to prevent this from happening again. They realised that they had to pre-emptively divide and conquer the people because, left to their own devices, the people would inevitably organise and demand their right to an equitable share of production. The greatest fear of the Establishment was the coalescence of the 99% under one banner. Having previously observed the degree of animosity that existed on account of racial tension, a plan became apparent: to divide the 99% up along racial lines. This was primarily to be achieved by pushing a racial oppression narrative that claimed that white people owed blacks reparations for past injustices.

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>>33417 >The working classes have always been against each other No. Not in India. It worked for centuries. As for Europe, would you believe it but a good part of the continent was at peace before the convenient political destabilization, sudden wars out of nowhere and then the black death. Hence just kicking Jews out of our countries is not enough. I'd kick them out of Earth if I could.
"Black Lives Matter" is just a smokescreen. That they charged the black African Jaguar driver who mowed down those two Antifa chicks blocking a freeway says that they are just looking for things to destroy. https://www.chicagotribune.com/nation-world/ct-nw-dawit-kelete-seattle-protestors-charged-20200708-qqucu2oopvacvpng6tq3y5p3sy-story.html >The King County Prosecuting Attorney's office charged Dawit Kelete, 27, with vehicular homicide, vehicular assault and reckless driving. He's scheduled to be arraigned on July 22 and remains in custody on $1.2 million bail. This is for a man whose only crimes were a slight lacking in situational awareness and a bit of bad luck. Very similar to James Fields. If "Black Lives Matter" then they would have ignored it because he was an innocent man who killed two stupid white women blocking a road.
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>>33449 Both class and race problems exist everywhere. Multiculturalism was a method for the top 1% to forcefully divide by race as the majority race now is demanded to go down to about as much as everyone else. If the country was 33% black, 33% white and 34% asian then it would be insanity as these 3 groups would be fighting each other for resources anyways. Adding in class difference just makes it a full on mosh pit as the rich white and the poor white are at odds as the rich white and rich black are at odds. In capitalism you have no friends or community and everyone in your field is happy if you fail because there are limited opportunities or jobs. This has benefits of course, but happiness, unity, a lot of friendships based on trust and production and many more things are not intrinsic to this system at all. If we want to improve the system we really have to move beyond just class or just race or just x and focus on building a new theory from the ground up. Having safety nets for the poor and old, having areas where racial groups can express their identity among their peers, having higher wages for the lower class.... All are possible, but not likely because it requires those at the very top, ones we might not even know the names of to either give up power or have it taken from them. To organize against the rich, mostly jewish class of billionaires you would need a lot more than any number of us can gather together right now... Occupy in retrospect was disrespected by those that would have benefited most, the retarded middle class and lower upper class. The heartless ones that figured they made it, so it was working well enough.
It's a push to consolidate total power. BLM is a smoke screen for the final injection of communism. They can simply call you racists and shut your dissent down. We are seeing a repeat of the Bolsheviks and the Weimar Republic, and the Kalergi Plan in motion.

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Why They Stopped Pushing Class, And Started Pushing Race Anonymous 09/11/2020 (Fri) 11:21:22 No. 35133 [Reply] [Last]
Recent studies have shown that the frequency of race-baiting content in the mainstream media has increased sharply over the past decade. Terms such as “structural racism” and “racial inequality” have spiked in use. The lazy reason we’re all given is that this is a sign racial issues are finally being treated with due seriousness. The truth is much more sinister. Many people have noticed that the mainstream media now pushes race issues at every opportunity. The major news shows now feature racial issues in almost every broadcast. Often, innocuous issues are spun to make it seem that black or brown people are being oppressed in situations when they really aren’t. Spokespeople for racial collectives are featured prominently. The mainstream media has made it seem as if racial injustice is the single most pressing issue in all of society. With the hysteria around the George Floyd killing, it reached a truly religious fervour. This extreme attention paid to race issues, at the expense of class issues, is part of a deliberate divide-and-conquer strategy. The simple story is that the mainstream media is owned by international banking and finance interests, and these interests control the loyalties of the ruling class of every Western nation. The last thing those interests want is for the lower classes to unify, because if the lower classes did unify it would be against the international banking and finance interests and their lackeys. So those interests direct their employees in the mainstream media to promote racial narratives intended to set those lower classes against each other. They know that a large proportion of the working class is non-white. By lifting that part up, and by pushing the white part down, they guarantee tension and conflict. Pushing racial consciousness ensures that the non-white working class takes an antagonistic attitudes towards white people, and consequently get rejected by the white working class. As this column has previously pointed out, the corporate world has thrown itself in behind Black Lives Matter when they did the exact opposite for Occupy Wall Street. This is also deliberate. Although corporations act as if their support for Black Lives Matter is for purely altruistic reasons, the true reason for their support is that promoting racial narratives at the expense of class narratives serves their interests. Simply put, race divides us more effectively than class does. Although the white working class has no voice in today’s political scene, they are still some 35% of the population of the West. This means that the majority of poor people in every Western country are white. For these people, being told that they are privileged because of their skin colour – when still poor – is an outrage. But this idea is pushed because, not despite, that it is outrageous.

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>>35133 It's because they realized that developed nations with happy populations cannot be convinced to rise up against the land owners. Russia, China, and basically all other successful Communist revolutions, all had very poor and rural populaces. That's what led Gramsci to develop the proto ideas of "The long march through the institutions" which were further developed by the Frankfurt school under the Weimar Republic. This led to Critical Theory, once all of those cultural marxists fled to the US during the 1930s. Basically every single university now has a critical theory course, or as well as many areas developed by critical theory. Such as gender studies, racial studies, anti-colonialism, etc. Basically anything trying to deride straight white men and prop up people opposing them. Every single company now has an HR agent in it, which has been instructed in critical theory and will act in accordance with it. They begin squeezing from the top down and the bottom up until the company is totally controlled.
>>35215 All of this stuff is coming from CAPITAL.
>>35223 Which is what?
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>>35206 you should know by now
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How to get rid of this beast? Anonymous 06/22/2020 (Mon) 03:36:58 No. 29532 [Reply] [Last]
How many of these fuckers actually believe they're anti-fascist? The more I take a look at communists,marxist leftists and the BLM cess pool, it's easier to see these people are the real fascists. Some how they have achieved in manipulating the social structure and fooling it into thinking the average conservative family are nazis. This is the sort of stuff that makes me believe the devil is real.
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https://mynorthwest.com/2153129/arrests-starting-fires-dry-grass/ "As Washington is continuing to battle fires statewide during dangerous conditions, some people have been making it worse by starting fires in dry grass. Two people have been arrested so far for these acts, according to Trooper Ryan Burke. Burke is the Washington State Patrol District 1 Public Information Officer for Pierce and Thurston counties. He tweeted Wednesday that a 36-year-old Puyallup resident was caught in the median on State Route 167 at Meridian for setting a fire. He is now in jail." https://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/2020/09/man-arrested-on-arson-allegation-in-wildfire-west-of-eugene-deputies-say.html "A 44-year-old man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of arson in a wildfire that has burned nearly 400 acres and prompted evacuations west of Eugene, deputies say. Elias Newton Pendergrass is accused of first-degree arson in the Sweet Creek Milepost 2 fire, which covers 382 acres near the community of Mapleton. Pendergrass, a Mapleton resident, is being held in the Lane County Jail." https://www.khq.com/news/arson-suspect-arrested-after-allegedly-starting-multiple-fires-in-spokane-on-monday/article_62df8a40-f223-11ea-8a02-af6f5dca5965.html "A woman is behind bars after she is suspected of starting fires in east Spokane on Monday. According to Spokane Police, Officer Mohondro arrived on scene he saw some grass and a pallet on fire outside of a commercial business. SPD said there were no power lines around and there did not seem to be a reason for the start of the fire unless it was human caused. " https://kion546.com/news/2020/09/07/woman-accused-of-intentionally-starting-fires-on-highway-101-arrested/ "SALINAS, Calif. (KION) The California Highway Patrol confirms that a woman has been arrested after being accused of intentionally starting fires. They said it happened on Highway 101 near Boronda Road, and it was first reported just after 9 a.m. The number of fires was not released. The suspect, identified as 37-year-old Anita Esquivel, is booked into the Monterey County Jail arson."

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>>29532 >hese people are the real fascists >>29555 >No shit they are the real fascists >>29744 >They're literally fascists. You stupid mother fuckers. Your trucks don't work here. Fuck off.
>>35129 *Tricks
>>35129 >tricks "Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity" A lot of retards, on both sides of the argument, think Fascist is synonymous Authoritarian.

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Splitting Racism Apart Anonymous 05/10/2020 (Sun) 16:05:31 ID:b0cc33 No. 27883 [Reply] [Last]
Racism can mean one of two thing: enacting, supporting, or tolerating laws or policies which discriminate on the basis of race / enacting, supporting, or tolerating (state or individual -level) acts of aggression towards individuals (and their property) on the basis of their race. This is a bailey version of racism because it is easier to attack as being unreasonable, and the primary tactic of attacking the other motte form of racism is by associating it with this form of racism as a way to kill all possible considerations that may be given to it's claims. It can also can merely refer to belief that one or more racial populations have positive or negative qualities that significantly differentiate them from other races, that different races possess antagonistic relationships to each other (particularly non-whites towards whites, most especially Jews and blacks), or beliefs that challenge that commonly-accepted race-related narratives (present and/or historical), such as considering them to be false, incomplete, or deceptive/misleading. We need to change the narrative by separating these two terms as cleanly as possible. we need to make it so that racism may only refer to the above, and not to the below, in order to make people feel safer in talking about racial differences. It's a small but very important step in taking back a place in this discussion, whether or not you belong to both groups or just one of the two. for example, you can be realistic about racial differences and still believe that any type of aggression by the state or by other people towards it's members (or their property) - including any state which passes/upholds any policies/laws which discriminate based on race - is morally unjustified. you can still believe in statistics, and maybe make initial assumptions about an individual based on their race, but be open to making your judgments of that individual ultimately determine your first-hand experiences with them. you could be like that, people exist who are like that in their factual and political beliefs, and we need to highlight these people with their own word.

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>>28414 >Do you mean that different people and organisms should live in different environments, or be treated differently in the same environment? If a species can't live in a environment better suited for themselves they are condemned to live as parasites, cattle, slaves, or to vanish completely thanks to the dominant population. Their best hope would be mixing their genes with the dominant population, but for this to happen they should learn to adapt in order to be accepted. >No traits are objectively better than others, as I said earlier, stupidity can be advantageous for individuals living in a resource-rich environment due to higher levels of aggression, and individuals with anything beyond a certain level of intelligence will be selected against in those circumstances (at least locally, and until a high-intelligence group comes in from the outside and inadvertently uses their cooperative skills to completely wreck the native population). When South America was colonized the most aggressive natives were the first people to be killed by Latin Europeans for not adopting their culture and denying their presence. And the most weak have died from their illness. The few ones that were most intelligent, lucky and submissive survived longer until their most sexually attractive females start mixing their genes through rape and marriage and then they all got mixed. But some of them that were more inteligent escaped to the Amazon forest and preserved their genes. Their aggression was advantageous against rival tribes but not against Europeans. Europeans selected most of the genes that survived trough race mixing. The African slaves that survived were also selected through their submission and had their females mixed as well. Most European males that mixed their genes were aggressive/degenerates. Because they were usually those who invaded tribes and cheated on their wives with a more attractive/submissive female that they could better choose. This all resulted in a new race full of aggressive/degenerate males and submissive/attractive females. But again, not all of them were mixed in the same way. A minority of rich Europeans mixed their genes through traditional marriage giving their mixed children a better education and latter on his patrimony. These mixed genes turned out better.
>>28430 a good historical example of my point, thank you.
Something to muse over but weak examples really.
>>28415 I very much agree. It's the case of "Do you want to deal with the symptoms or the cause?" Some things can be avoided with proper education. But if somebody still wants to engage in self-destructive or degenerative behavior knowing that it will harm them in the end, they must pay the price for it. Look at schoolchildren with bullying for instance. If you have some kid who picks on others, if a teacher immediately intervenes and stops them by something like separation you have not solved anything when they come back together later. In order to solve this bullying you must educate each side to what they're doing wrong. The bully is causing unjust harm, and the person being bullied should do something to prevent them from being a victim. If you do not let these realizations happen then those behaviors will continue through their life. You solve the problem in the short term by stopping the bullying, but you end up creating far more damage when they become adults without these issues corrected.
Racism is discrimination being without power.


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