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JohnBrownsBody 3 points ago +3 / -0

We live in a country occupied by foreign agents. Change my mind.

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JohnBrownsBody 17 points ago +18 / -1

Then we're going to have to fight to get it back.

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JohnBrownsBody 41 points ago +45 / -4

Remember this when they do nothing.

I'm operating on the premise that we've already lost our republic.

Maybe with rare exception to the few states that never went into lockdown.

May history prove me wrong.

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JohnBrownsBody 8 points ago +8 / -0

We do...and we don't. I'm not especially opposed to it if only for the fact that SSNs are used like IDs and they were NEVER DESIGNED to be used like this. Add +1/1 to your's, that's someone else's SSN. Credit cards and most other secure IDs have checksums and other mathematical methods of being validated.

I would be entirely for GEOTUS implementing a new ID system to replace SSNs, it would save us so much trouble.

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JohnBrownsBody 3 points ago +4 / -1

The IQ piece is debated too. Sure it is up there, but also, they have been given substantially greater opportunities in academia and business.

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JohnBrownsBody 3 points ago +3 / -0

Incontinence of America really. Sure we have Trump, but hasn't anyone else noticed how royally husked out our Congress is? This is not a healthy government.

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JohnBrownsBody 2 points ago +2 / -0

I hope more normies wake up. Too many people assume because they would never do something, it can't be widespread.

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JohnBrownsBody 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mouth piece. This only confirms to me that deepfakes aren't ready for primetime. That's all he is, a face, a voice, a name.

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JohnBrownsBody 5 points ago +5 / -0

I picked the right year to move out of the city.

The Dems will make jobs for the first time in their lives with all the extra security the Senate will need. And if that BLM/antifa bail money is still floating around in the cities. Get a good seat and popcorn ready.

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JohnBrownsBody 11 points ago +12 / -1 (edited)

Most people in the South didn't own slaves, it was a rich family's schtick. What's more freemen kept slaves. In Louisiana 40% of free black men kept slaves, Alabama it was something like 20%, and many were brought to this continent by Jewish people, see Newport RI.

Not to mention indentured servitude of poor whites, which was often effectively slavery when the contract-holder didn't honor their terms. You can find cases of this happening in the North. And all the while, the "noble immigrant" they like to tout, most of them arrived after the Civil War, from Germany. This narrative is thoroughly inconsistent and just a bludgeoning tool for white guilt voters.

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JohnBrownsBody 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Black men, quickly, cut off your dicks for Papa G!"

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JohnBrownsBody 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cool. Blackmai- er unifying the leadership of the Gulf to make Iran into another pit of glass and spent uranium munitions.

When these peaceful nations use our boys as a battering ram in Persia, don't act surprised. Just because Trump has kept us out of new wars so far, doesn't mean we shouldn't demand he keeps his word.

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JohnBrownsBody 2 points ago +2 / -0

The media, and social media (through "muh algorithm") is the key. Until Lincoln-era court marshaling happens to remove these bad actors, we're on a slow subversive spiral.

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JohnBrownsBody 3 points ago +3 / -0

So. Any guesses which national Democrats aren't pedos?

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JohnBrownsBody 1 point ago +1 / -0

we cannot stop it. I'm just saying we don't need to instantly insinuate nefarious intentions on everything

Nothing in this life is inevitable but its end. The only way to stop such things is at the root, it is attitudes such as this are self-fulfilling.

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JohnBrownsBody 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thing's become meaningless anyway, look at Obama's. If Trump were the last to get one, what a cherry on top of a nice big FU. Lol, let them eat their cake and whine later to bring it back.

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JohnBrownsBody 4 points ago +4 / -0

Probably a blueprint for what they want to implement right here one day.

FTFY

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JohnBrownsBody 1 point ago +1 / -0

Let's put it like this. I'll discard the subsidies, as SpaceX remains profitable (though a big chunk of customers are gov't agencies and subcontractors). But he will never ask less of them.

The issue isn't that they have potential for nefariousness. In some sense it is baked in, and though sounding pious, when society allows these things to shape it, we will get what we deserve. In this case, as computing gets stronger and stronger, we won't be able to opt out of Neurolink.

Sure the disability side sounds great, but that's not where this is going. Already this is being marketed as a consumer device, even teased as a "music streaming device" for your brain. We are at square 1. Tracking the walk cycle on a pig. Predictive algorithms and AI however will, and I have 0 doubt of this, eventually make opting out impossible if a large enough demographic buys in. This coupled with a dragnet of constellation satellites with low latency will make these datapoints in effect online 24 hours a day, anywhere on earth. SIGINT will mean something entirely different, and even if you don't have an implant, enough datapoints around you, with uninterrupted feed will to some degree allow groups like JTRIG and their successors to prevent dissension from ever being a problem again.

It sounds looney, and it implies the intentions for sure. Just remember who runs our government and corporations. Elon is a tool to make these things palettable. We already know from his intro that his implant devices are the most advanced "CONSUMER" devices extant. I don't like to think about what that implies is already in the field.

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