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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

The only way to save democracy was to decolonize the vote and take back power for trans women of color. ✊🏾

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

The problem is our government is too big for any one person to know all this shit.

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Atlas_Glugged 29 points ago +29 / -0

You have to remember these people are borderline retarded. We're talking IQs approaching room temperature.

I bet they tried to turn off the cameras before they got started. Except the cameras were already off, so they actually ended up turning them on to film the entire operation.

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Atlas_Glugged 2 points ago +2 / -0

I can already hear it.

"The ballot counters were saving our democracy."

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

The best way I can define it: Transgenderism is state that results from a failure to find a satisfactory identity.

Let's begin with a simple premise: Your identity is not chosen by you exclusively. It is negotiated (and constantly re-negotiated) with everyone around you. A person cannot simply say "I am this." We expect you to prove it.

Ask a man living as a woman, "So how did you first realize you were like this?" Usually their response is some variation of "I felt like a woman trapped in a man's body."

"Ok, so how do you know what being a woman feels like? There must be some notion in your head of what being a woman is, so what is it?"

They'll give answers like "I always liked skirts and makeup," or "I like barbie dolls instead of GI Joe." It's always extremely superficial stuff. In fact, it's often the kind of things chauvinists say when you ask them to describe women.

But being a woman is more than just the things women stereotypically enjoy. You know what isn't fun about being a woman? Cervical cancer. You know what else sucks? Postpartum depression. These are uniquely female experiences. No matter how much you might "feel like" a woman, you'll never "feel like" a woman who might get ovarian cysts. You'll never face the same dangers as a woman, or feel the same pains.

Imagine for example a robot programmed to feel emotion and wear clothes. The robot begins insisting that he's human because he "feels human" and likes things that humans like. Except he has no physical senses, does not eat organic food, does not sleep, and will never die. Would anyone agree that he's human? Of course not. There is nothing about his experience that is human except on the most superficial level. Similarly, a woman living as a man is only capable of doing so on an extremely superficial level.

Once you start to peel the onion, you realize that the trans identity has no core. It's all surface. There isn't any foundation to speak of. This is precisely why incessantly demanding we acknowledge their chosen identity is the end-all-be-all of every single interaction with them. They intuitively understand that no one believes this farce. But if they force (i.e. negotiate) enough of us to say the magic words "she/her" or "he/him," then it will finally become real.

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean if you could go back in time and overturn Hitler's election, wouldn't you?

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Atlas_Glugged 5 points ago +5 / -0
  • This was the most secure election in history. Fraud is impossible.

  • Fraud is possible, but there is no evidence that it occurred.

  • There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.

  • Election fraud may have occurred, but did not impact the outcome.

  • Election fraud is heroic. <---WE ARE ABOUT TO ARRIVE HERE.

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

Really? Like what is it, just a good ol' fashioned game of D&D at 1:34AM on election night in Georgia?

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

thank you comrade

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Atlas_Glugged 3 points ago +3 / -0

Is there a better, longer version of this?

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

His reason for saying it was meaningless was that the restrictions were already lifted by the time this order came down.

The good news is they can't just arbitrarily do it again.

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Atlas_Glugged 4 points ago +5 / -1

See, this is ALMOST respectable. This person thinks he's at risk so he's acting accordingly. Maybe over the top, but at least he's consistent.

What I can't stand are people who act like total mask nazis and threaten to call the cops on people who are by themselves, but then sit at a restaurant without a mask in for over an hour like they're suddenly invulnerable.

If there's a virus in the air, it doesn't disappear when you sip a cocktail. It doesn't wait for you to finish dinner. So why are you PRETENDING?

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't think this is a good idea.

The GOP split in the 1912 election. It was Taft (Republican), Teddy Roosevelt (Progressive), and Woodrow Wilson (Democrat).

Wilson got about 45% of the vote, Teddy got 24%, and Taft got 23%. Wilson clobbered them.

Then Wilson gave us "the New Deal," i.e. the socialist cancer that's been slowly killing us, and he turned American foreign policy into permanent interventionism by default, i.e. the globalist cancer that is quickly killing us.

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Atlas_Glugged 7 points ago +7 / -0

We decided somewhere down the line that being "nice" was more important than being correct.

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's like in a video game when character names start getting recycled

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Atlas_Glugged 15 points ago +15 / -0

I guess "if it saves even one life" works in only one direction

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Atlas_Glugged 2 points ago +2 / -0

I recommend reading "Inventing Reality" by Michael Parenti. It is a critique of the media from the left and explores exactly the question you're asking.

Something worth considering: read up on Manuel Noriega and see if you can find some old news coverage of that whole debacle. Does anyone really believe that he had copies of The Satanic Bible and Mein Kampf laying around his office in the open for news cameras to see? For that matter, why were news cameras at a military raid at all?

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Atlas_Glugged 3 points ago +3 / -0

I should mention this was the top comment on the video's page at the time. It's a fairly neutral statement but the implications are terrifying to normal people.

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0 (edited)

Now 1.2 million.

A few thousand more views and the number of people who have seen this would exceed the number of active military members.

Spez: Passed it. Now it would be the 2nd largest army in the world.

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Atlas_Glugged 1 point ago +1 / -0

How do you know he didn’t transfer something from the laptop back onto the election machine?

I mean...Do you know that he did do that? Or are we both just speculating here?

There's nothing in this video that is overtly criminal to me. There has to be an audit of the machine.

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