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krzyzowiec [S] 1 point ago

You were banned because someone thought you were concern trolling, not because you criticized Trump. I've never been banned and I've criticized Trump's decisions (wrongly I might add) involving things like DACA.

I see plenty of people criticizing Trump for not using the national guard earlier on places like Seattle. They aren't banned either.

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krzyzowiec [S] 1 point ago

Agreed. And were the guys in the jeep doing the shooting, or was that a mistake they made? I've seen no evidence they even had guns, and I believe they are 14 and 16 years old. I'm reserving judgment until I know more.

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krzyzowiec [S] 0 points ago

The media have been negative the whole time, sure, and so far they've failed to pierce the armor.

we've spent a month watching innocent people get wounded or killed by these rioting mongs while lives have been destroyed and businesses utterly demolished

And no one blames Trump for that because BLM is doing it. If it's the national guard that changes.

is it better to have a legacy of doing the right thing and being shamed for it or standing by doing nothing while you had the power to protect people? why don't you ask the deputy at parkland who stood outside the building doing nothing but listening to the screams while the shooting was going on?

They've been trying to say Trump is a tyrant since the beginning. No one believes them. The governors are against him. If he sends in the military without their permission, then suddenly the media has a story to run with that looks true. Trust in Trump. He knows what he's doing. If it got bad enough he would go in no problem, but right now things are not at that point and sending in the military or national guard is overkill.

He just needs to continue sending the feds in to pick off Antifa one by one. They are the ones riling up the crowds. As far as the looters go in general, that's something the police need to take care of. Even NYPD doesn't want Trump to send in the calvary at the moment, because they can handle it on their own as long as the local government actually prosecutes people.

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krzyzowiec [S] 3 points ago (edited)

You're right. I don't know exactly what it is, but they seem determined to give up all their strength to some powerful leader in the name of security. Poles and Americans are nothing like that. The Russians are like the Chinese in that way.

I'd think maybe it's because they experienced greater brutality than us, but Poles went through absolute hell many times and didn't turn out that way.

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krzyzowiec [S] 2 points ago

Yes it is. I'm glad you liked that quote. I found it incredible myself, and honestly, it explains so much of what happened then. They were too ruled by fear to oppose evil. That's why they could do nothing to stop it. I won't make that mistake.

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krzyzowiec [S] 2 points ago

What would change is he wouldn't be a few months away from an election anymore. The purpose of the riots is to make him lose. Once he gets in again, he can crackdown as hard as he likes because there is no third term.

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krzyzowiec [S] 5 points ago

Let's follow this logic. So he sends in the national guard. The lefties escalate to the point where you may see bricks, bombs, or live ammo coming from the crowds. The national guard is forced to respond in kind. Some young retards die. The media then frames it as Trump sending in the national guard to kill young kids, he loses the election, and everything goes according to their plan.

The whole purpose of these riots is to make Trump lose the election. Don't play right into it.

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krzyzowiec [S] 2 points ago

It's quickly heating up to that point anyway. Now that they are armed and firing at drivers, it gives us no choice but to be armed so that we can fire back. I'm certainly going to assume that any BLM crowd now has a few gunmen in it.

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krzyzowiec [S] 15 points ago

This is what he wrote:

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?... The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If...if...We didn't love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation.... We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”

We're not anywhere close to that yet, and we're armed. When the time comes, do you think there won't be patriots ready to shoot back? That's the difference between us and the Russians.

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krzyzowiec [S] 2 points ago

Have you ever done anything that you knew wasn't right but you couldn't help doing it? Or promised yourself you would never do this again, and you still did it? How is that possible if you have a free will and you control what you do?

I used to believe in the lie of a free will, so I understand where you are coming from. The reality is there are two paths, God's path and Satan's path. You are following one or the other and there is no choice about it. God chooses his people, the truth seekers, those who want to follow. Everyone else is of the world and not of the spirit, and they really can't help the evil that they do.

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krzyzowiec [S] 5 points ago

His interview with Jesse Lee Peterson was very interesting. Jesse basically got him to admit that he can't accept God because it would mean he has to let go of the idea of free will, and he can't do that because it would mean forgiving his mother for what she did to him.

Stefan even knowingly says the reason he is into philosophy in the first place is mostly a reaction to his mother telling him not to question things. He may one day wake up but I still respect him for acknowledging he was wrong about Christianity. That's hard for an atheist to do.

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krzyzowiec [S] 8 points ago

Nah, bs. I see criticism of Trump all the time. You just can't be a raging idiot "orange man bad" type.

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krzyzowiec [S] 0 points ago

Look, I'll be straight, I think a lot of you guys are fucking retards. I think a lot of leftwingers are too though. Everyone is. We're all fucking real real stupid.

Truer words were never spoken. We're too stupid to know what is right or not.

Make decentralised software. Move away from cloud platforms. Build new shit. Support it.

It will come if necessary, but we're not there yet. The problem with decentralized anything is highlighted well by cryptocurrency, or Tor. On the one hand, you are as independent as possible, but on the other hand, it's highly inefficient. You'll never be able to compete with a centralized MasterCard/Visa on speed. And Tor is not exactly a pleasant web browsing experience. We don't want to go there unless there is no other option.

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krzyzowiec [S] 1 point ago

Yeah they can't let you rest, even for a moment, lest you come to an opinion on your own. You must be kept in a state of perpetual fear to remain pliable. They will guide you to the correct and safe opinions, for your own good.

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krzyzowiec [S] 6 points ago

It's created the greatest wealth and freedom humanity has ever known, but soon, it will destroy us all. :)

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krzyzowiec [S] 3 points ago

then going back to life and forgetting about black people for another half century

4 years*

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krzyzowiec [S] 1 point ago

My little corner of SC has been nearly overrun with damn Yankees, all screaming Karens, though they sure do love paying low property tax!

Dang, really? Even here? I'm in Greenville and it's normal. Nobody thinks twice if you wear a mask or not (except Trader Joe's). We gotta protect the South, it's too nice to lose.

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