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Offline Mother Love Bone

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Re: The woman killed today and people who casually talk of "civil war"
« Reply #15 on: January 10, 2021, 09:53:22 AM »
https://twitter.com/FarhangNamdar/status/1347285294790410241?s=20

One of the other protestors who died was pushed off a ledge by the cops. The news attributed his death to a "medical emergency."

Holy man.  It makes you wonder what the other two deaths by "medical emergency" were caused by.  So at least two Trump supporters were killed by cops.  If this happened to BLM or antifa it would be all over the news.

And the sick inversion of reality by the fake media is they're telling people if BLM/Antifa had gathered en mass at the capital like the patriots, they would've been slaughtered by the cops because they're black and other minorities, yet the lying media ignores the fact that when BLM/Antifa torched multiple cities, killed innocent people, targeted cops, forcefully occupied certain areas of cities, etc. the cops and authorities stood down and let them do it.
 

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Re: The woman killed today and people who casually talk of "civil war"
« Reply #16 on: January 10, 2021, 11:26:06 AM »
https://twitter.com/FarhangNamdar/status/1347285294790410241?s=20

One of the other protestors who died was pushed off a ledge by the cops. The news attributed his death to a "medical emergency."

Holy man.  It makes you wonder what the other two deaths by "medical emergency" were caused by.  So at least two Trump supporters were killed by cops.  If this happened to BLM or antifa it would be all over the news.

And the sick inversion of reality by the fake media is they're telling people if BLM/Antifa had gathered en mass at the capital like the patriots, they would've been slaughtered by the cops because they're black and other minorities, yet the lying media ignores the fact that when BLM/Antifa torched multiple cities, killed innocent people, targeted cops, forcefully occupied certain areas of cities, etc. the cops and authorities stood down and let them do it.

Yeah, ridiculous.  What was it, over 100 days straight they rioted in Portland burning and looting, and the media still called it a peaceful protests.
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Like John Vennari (RIP) said "Why not just do it?  What would it hurt?"
Consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary (PETITION)
https://lifepetitions.com/petition/consecrate-russia-to-the-immaculate-heart-of-mary-petition

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"Tell people that God gives graces through the Immaculate Heart of Mary.  Tell them also to pray to the Immaculate Heart of Mary for peace, since God has entrusted it to Her." Saint Jacinta Marto

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Re: The woman killed today and people who casually talk of "civil war"
« Reply #20 on: January 11, 2021, 07:29:56 AM »
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I hope they find lots of damning evidence on Pelosi's laptop.

Me too, although they won't be able to use the evidence in a court of law. Although it would probably give them clues as to other places to look.
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Re: The woman killed today and people who casually talk of "civil war"
« Reply #21 on: January 12, 2021, 03:31:08 AM »
The people who always talk about a "Second American Revolution" can't tolerate the the heat in their mobile home when the air conditioning stops working.
The man who walked off with the podium will never want for beer.
 

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Re: The woman killed today and people who casually talk of "civil war"
« Reply #22 on: January 12, 2021, 03:49:47 AM »
The people who always talk about a "Second American Revolution" can't tolerate the the heat in their mobile home when the air conditioning stops working.
The man who walked off with the podium will never want for beer.
You are right (after he's released from prison).
 

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Re: The woman killed today and people who casually talk of "civil war"
« Reply #23 on: January 12, 2021, 04:02:22 AM »
True, but who isn't in prison these days?
 

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Re: The woman killed today and people who casually talk of "civil war"
« Reply #24 on: January 13, 2021, 01:35:01 AM »
Here's one article to consider in light of points about a civil war:

http://dont-tread-on.me/?p=4874

That is, large numbers among the U.S. public are arrogant, thinking that their country is the best in the world, that it's too big to fail, etc. They are also in denial, not realizing that the economy is dependent heavily on borrowing and spending. They are also caught up in commercial mass and sports entertainment, which encourages materialism, pleasure, and a happy future. Because they are obsessed with that and are under great pressure to succeed or be more productive, more engage in vices and take drugs to relieve the main (even some articles point out that the majority of U.S. young are not healthy and engage in all sorts of vices that they are mostly not qualified for military service), but those also make them sicker and addicted. That plus what they see in entertainment (which makes them want to live like their celebrity and sports idols) and living in a society that's based on pride and self-entitlement also makes them prone to paranoia, distrust, and violence, resulting in cussing, violence in entertainment, and the proliferation of firearms use because they don't trust their neighbors or the government. Finally, what's mentioned only briefly and what most probably don't know is that there are only around 7 to 10 days' worth of food, medicine, fuel, and other provisions (including ammo) in each town and city, and that the whole economy is dependent on goods and services moving 24/7 to keep inventory costs low but availability high.

A combination of these flaws amplifying each other plus supply chains providing goods and services falling apart due to various system shocks might lead to not so much a civil war but riots, where neighbor attacks neighbor over remaining stocks of necessities.

 
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