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impera [S] 3 points ago

So @Jack wants to go down fighting, sleeping in the bed he's shitting in, and spruiking race-based terrorism and violence against the country?

So be it. Let the record show he has expressed no remorse for his actions, is essentially beyond any rehabilitation and will remain a huge threat to the nation as long as he is at large.

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impera [S] 1 point ago

Pedes will remember statements like this from the dem establishment: Joe Biden wants ban on 'magazines that can hold multiple bullets'

So if it isn't abundantly clear yet, they want you defenceless because they plan your death. You, your family, and everyone you know. They are going after Trump because he's in the way, its really YOU they're after.

Molon Labe

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impera [S] 4 points ago

There is something about the self-loathing left, something in their soul that rebels against how broken they are and wants to die to end it all. Thats why they mutilate themselves, hack themselves up and do the tranny thing, get messed up on any drug they can find, its why their crimes are so open and obnoxious, and most of all, its why they are obscenely violent against people who are prepared to defend themselves.

Its like suicide by cop but they have chosen society itself to provoke in the hope it kills them. Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.

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impera [S] 14 points ago

There's a lot of weird technology that's suited to space and not earth, and vice versa. The shuttle had the equivalent of an intel 386 on it as I recall - powerful enough to run the systems, but chunky and old and tested enough that the transistors in the IC, onboard cache, RAM are sufficiently massive to not be easily flipped by stray cosmic rays passing by. Which we don't have to contend with on earth.. or at least at the magnitude of this threat outside the van-allen belts. The newer tech has to be shielded really well or it will fail for that reason.. tiny transistors will flip states at the slightest provocation.

Circuit boards that run hot and are based on regular solder formulations will also 'spike' really badly in zero-g, basically shortening the life of the equipment. Softened lead/tin floats around really easy and bridges to nearby pads on the board, shorting things out. And the newer equipment packs these much closer together, like transistors on the chips they mount. So are more susceptible to failing in space.

The adage of the soviet-era tanks that fielded valves and so were naturally EMP resilient compared to the US tanks of similar vintage that had ICs that shorted out in a nuke pulse is instructive.. sometimes the older stuff works better for entirely unanticipated reasons.

With that said, loving the future-looking tech that Elon is trying very hard to bring to a useful form of reliability and function. It cant be easy seeing your pricey prototypes go boom, get excoriated on the social media, and dust yourself off and do it again. Tough like Trump is in a way, not giving up.

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impera [S] 14 points ago

Even then, do they have magic buttons to push, magic supply chains to impose on, to make all these sort of things just go away? Duelling federal agencies would be fascinating in a monstrous sort of way, an utter waste of $ and life, but fascinating nonetheless even if from a purely academic point of view.

As an agency that knowingly has anti-American terrorists running it, that one above all else needs to be struck down and buried.

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impera [S] 102 points ago

There is going to be camera footage, delivery receipts, purchase orders, and so on. Paper trails a mile wide from every instance of this being done, and it might be happening in hundreds of locations. The average soy-filled antifa mutant can barely lift a brick let alone transport a pallet of the things, so there will be so many references to external people and companies who were involved.

Find these records, follow them, find the people, take them down.

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impera [S] 1 point ago

If the law requires you to surrender, get beaten and die, to have your property stolen, livelihood destroyed, income wiped out, and kids and other dependants to suffer and starve, then the law itself is a felon. Judges, lawmakers, mayors and governors should face jail in every single case that this 'law' is invoked for that reason. You cant sentence people to death or deprivation or suffering starvation without due process, and this law lets them commit this crime.

Blatantly unconstitutional in its absconding with due process requirements.

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impera [S] 8 points ago

It would be nice to try and bring up twitter in a couple hours time and instead of twitter, see a big DOJ seal giving a link to the court judgement that allows seizure of the domain records. In other words, the same way other criminal enterprises are treated. While Jack and the executives are all in custody, and agents are standing guard over the twitter HQ with its doors chained shut. And an ordered halt on trading of their stock.

How many warnings do you have to give a criminal before its time to take them down? I'd say Jack has crossed that line.. even Zuck is disavowing twitter now!

https://www.foxnews.com/media/facebook-mark-zuckerberg-twitter-fact-checking-trump

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impera [S] 4 points ago

Silicon Valley is full of people like this. Its a horrible national security threat to have american conversations with other americans on an american server run by an american company somehow subject to attacks at the whims of foreigners who not only don't understand anything about the country, but are openly hostile to its foundational ideals.

Such a great thing that this is being combatted with exec order now, and follow-up legislation is needed to make the publisher vs platform liability loophole absolutely locked down and closed.

You might well wonder what these companies have to gain by employing such people, and why they aren't being weeded out by the recruitment process. I think its malicious incompetence, being able to point to some h1b illiterate as the reason why your company has been caught involved in crime seems like an unlimited means of getting away with any crime at all. A plausible excuse, if you will. Crime was always the intent of the zuckerburgs and dorseys, and these migrant front-men are just being used like disposable tools. The wage stagnation and lower salary is a bonus, but how many failing leftist companies clearly don't care about the bottom line, but overwhelmingly want to push the ideology heedless of all else since they gamble on covert funding from the soros creatures.

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impera [S] 11 points ago

Here is the shit-for-brains leftist mayor talking about how incredibly strong his city is, in responding to the critique from Trump about his awful lack of leadership.

https://twitter.com/ByLizSawyer/status/1266257642508349441

I guess strength is measured by how many police stations have been burned and the weapons and other equipment stored in these places looted by a howling mob? Where else does this happen in the US?

And of course, here is a Minnesota elected rep posing with an antifa terrorist handbook. Really tells you all you need to know. A lawless shithole with the thin veneer of civilisation peeled back to show its a hollowed-out crapfire.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jan/4/keith-ellison-dnc-deputy-chair-slammed-after-posin/

Why do antifa always get away with their crimes, no matter what? because they are obamas filthy attack dogs, nipping away at civilisation itself. A useful-idiot tool to be used and wielded by anyone sufficiently swampy.

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impera [S] 3 points ago

As Nadler has already admitted in 2004, paper ballots are extremely susceptible to fraud. - https://thedonald.win/p/Fg34hHcm/eric-trump-jerry-nadler-in-2004-/c/

Mail-In ballots by virtue of the multiple hands, mailboxes etc that they pass through that don't maintain any clear chain of custody are far more likely to be tampered with than paper ballots in a polling station or vote-counting facility. And what has been the obvious intent by the dems in demanding mail-in ballots is starting to manifest now. I think they will do as much fraud as they can, as early as they can before safeguards, checks and security measures are added. Early, as in right now in swing states, and probably all states.

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impera [S] 12 points ago

In this era where medical science is centre-stage for group discussion, the biggest unanswered question isn't the veracity of various means to treat the kung-flu, its how this woman functions with a head full of crap.

Are the cat-poo parasites driving her body? With like, little levers to move her limbs around, to flap her mouth open and expel more shit from that orifice, and so on. Perhaps if this bacterial interface could be understood, it would unlock all sorts of technological advantages with remotely operated systems.

For now, we marvel at this mystery and wonder when she is going to collapse like a deflated skin-suit balloon when her time is finally up.

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impera [S] 12 points ago

This goes a little beyond 'we are monitoring the situation' eh?

Dumb fake news people cant take a hint, well at some point the gloves come off. This man fights back!

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impera [S] 2 points ago

Real signs too, not like the very fake signs mass-printed out with soros dollars and given to useful idiot commies to hold and wave who don't even know which side goes up.

On a serious note, backing farmers & maintaining security and robustness over a nations food supply is one of the most important tasks any leader can do. Things go to hell really quickly when people cant eat, and this is what almost always is the trigger for riots and political collapse in failing nations. Having foreign and hostile $ in control of local farms is just as much of a threat.

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impera [S] 8 points ago

He who controls the memes controls the Universe.

It is by will alone we set our memes in motion. It is by the salt of tears that thoughts acquire speed, the lips acquire smug, smug becomes hilarity. It is by will alone we set our memes in motion.

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impera [S] 2 points ago

Agreed, this isnt the time or the place, but its a beautiful thing that we can agree to disagree on things without it needing to go further. Best wishes to you and yours.

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impera [S] 5 points ago

If there were records of americans being fat, lazy, dumb and violent for the last thousand years, then that might be a valid comparison. Muslims have been criminals for over a thousand years, and closer to 1400 years. Think about what that means, slavers and rapists for all of that time, never relenting or reforming or ceasing being that way. All of these crimes happening in all the countries and territories they occupy for those years. For all their faults, they have uniformity and consistency, its a shame that they are consistent in a truly rotten way.

For someone to insist that now things are different, it would take a staggering and compelling piece of evidence to make a call like that with all due honesty and intellectual rigour. Like all imams deciding to get together and burn korans for example, and tear down mosques. I don't see it happening soon quite frankly if the previous millennia is any guide.

What's happening in more modern times with the peshmerga is a mirror image of what happened with the taliban in afghanistan not too long ago, and would have been the same with the 'free syrian army' if mcstain and the other swamp goons were left free to break syria and take down the secular govt of assad. And we know how the taliban turned out.

The best thing i can say about muslims and their sectarian conflicts is, at least they like killing each other in their own states, and while doing this they normally leave the civilised world alone. If only this was still the case.

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impera [S] 7 points ago

Crookeds reference appears to be this from CMU:

https://www.cs.cmu.edu/news/nearly-half-twitter-accounts-discussing-%E2%80%98reopening-america%E2%80%99-may-be-bots

Quite a bit of cognitive dissonance in the article. The quoted researcher insists that the 'bots' are likely from russia or china. But these 'bots' also back the reopening of America. Funny old thing, if these bots were run by hostile nations or even rivals, wouldn't they back the continued shutdown of the nation? Since that makes the US worse off, and their own interests better off?

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impera [S] 3 points ago

So much fraud by congress people around the 2008 real-estate and mortage driven financial crisis (and with every previous econ shakeup, dotcom bust, oil futures, 9/11) and yes, while appearing to crack down on this ( via 2012 STOCK Act - guess who signed it.. ), they actually wrote their own get-out-of-jail-free cards quietly at a later date.

https://www.npr.org/sections/itsallpolitics/2013/04/16/177496734/how-congress-quietly-overhauled-its-insider-trading-law

https://represent.us/action/insider-trading/

Heres a nice little morsel from the second of those links.. the more things change, the more they stay the same.

In 2008, Visa offered congresswoman Pelosi IPO stock access just as legislation, which Visa strongly opposed, arrived at the House.

Apparently fearless of a conflict of interest, Pelosi and her husband bought 5,000 shares of the stock at the rock-bottom price of $44 per share. Two days later, the value skyrocketed to $64 per share, and Pelosi made $100,000 virtually overnight thanks to her Visa IPOs.

The tough new credit card legislation that Visa didn’t want? Pelosi, who was Speaker of the House at the time, never allowed it to the floor for a vote.

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impera [S] 2 points ago

Hard to believe that this hat exists or that someone would wear it unironically. And of course it had also to be a horrible leftist governor too, the icing on this shitcake. I guess wearing eyeballs on skewers, ear necklaces and other assorted pieces of corpses is a bit too overt but perhaps not for much longer given the rate of degradation of these people.

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impera [S] 5 points ago

Thinking its already a felony to not share this sort of detail.

'So you refuse to turn over evidence related to our investigation? Here's a nice comfy cell to sit in and think things over, maybe you will reconsider in a couple of hours.'

Also its filthy scum behaviour to attach law amendments or repeals to essential budgets. Both sides of politics do this, and I wish it could be banned at a constitutional level, since its always to do corrupt and unpopular things. If these legislative items were genuine, vote on them in session like all the other laws.

But by all means encourage all vehicular crime in the state of NY. I'm sure nothing bad can possibly come out of this at all. And all to protect precious illegals and in doing so increase harm, threats and costs to all lawful citizens.

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impera [S] 4 points ago

Trying to get ahead of all of Trumps calling out treason and traitors and just as with all leftist projection, insisting its the military and the right and white americans who are the real traitors.

There is a reason that the NYT is considered the toilet paper of record, among the very worst of the fake news. And this article is an exemplary case in point.

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impera [S] 90 points ago

I like how Dr Nick (how oddly appropriate) measured the quality of US Ambassadors by how easily subverted they are by the Germans. How buddy-buddy they were with people with interests separate from those of the US that they were supposedly there to represent. And how Grenell being contrary to this predecessor lineup of losers makes him a 'bad' person.

Sounds he was a real and genuine Ambassador! Great pick for acting DNI, someone who is proven rather than someone that has been a failure.

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