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John wrote:
Thu Jun 10, 2021 7:54 pm
You say your family was victimized by blacks. But your family was
ALSO victimized by White Democrats who caused blacks to be the way
they are, by purposely destroying their families. My point is that
the you should not let White Democrats off the hook.
We are all victimized by white democrats John. We all complain about this here. What's deeper is that white democrats, socialist/communists (jews, do you consider them white? they are but a distinct group) etc all use other groups (blacks, muslims) via (their positions in society) their policies to create divisions and chaos in countries. You don't have to be an expert to realize this, or even that smart at all. For God's sake, they tell you to your face what they promote and are doing (see Barbara Spectre talking about this in the EU/Sweden and obviously it's the same idea in the US).

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Tom Mazanec wrote:
Fri Jun 11, 2021 11:26 am
Woah!

Qhat would stocks falling by a factor of eight mean to the man in the street?
John has long been predicting a stock market crash of this magnitude.
Yes, the stock market surely is deflationary ... if you live in bizarro world where math doesn't exist. lol, you can't make this stuff up, the question is why someone can't just admit the complicated nature of things in the stock market and economy. Deflation should increase purchasing power.

Ask every person throughout his life if the dollar has had increased purchasing power, or better yet, look up any decade over decade comparison. It's shocking that we even have to talk about this, it's elementary stuff.

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brainwitty wrote:
Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:49 am
The masters of the Central banks will be quite happy at this, along with the major large companies, who have used this plandemic to kill off small businesses. Meanwhile the large companies are planning for a large worker replacement in 2 years when all the vaccinated people die off. That is where the illegal aliens enter the picture.

Meanwhile, nearly 90% of the small businesses that had to shut down during the initial lockdowns are still closed today, presumably because the post-lockdown economy caused them to go out of business permanently.
I am not pro vaccine, since for largely a non disease with effective treatments (HCQ, ivermectin) it was clearly a money grab and definitely has caused harm, but do you really think that people will just start dropping like flies in a year or so? I like predictions but this seems like more of a trial of mRNA therapy with guinea pigs than population control ... for now.

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John wrote:
Wed Jun 16, 2021 9:25 am
** 16-Jun-2021 World View: Sharri Markson
brainwitty wrote:
Wed Jun 16, 2021 4:40 am
> https://morningmail.org/covid-source-sh ... rnational/

> This book is creating quite a stir in Australia. See the above
> article.
Sharri Markson has appeared on Fox News, along with her video, but
it's mostly censored by American mainstream media.
It's time for you John to also publicly apologize to all of us who knew this was a scam long ago, suggesting that the vaccine and EUA (since there are many safe treatments and we don't know about ANY of these vaccines which clearly harm people to some degree, even unto death) were also a political and money grab.

This is known, even to you now, without a doubt.

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spottybrowncow wrote:
Sun Jun 20, 2021 10:33 am
Guest wrote:
Sun Jun 20, 2021 1:13 am
Real wrote:
Sun Jun 20, 2021 1:01 am
Blacks don’t give a damn what you “other races” say. We’re here to take what we believe belongs to us and you can fight us if you don’t like it
And we will fight you.
"Real" is not black, don't take the bait.
First off, I won't rule out a black coming to this site, but it's not all that likely --- and if he is black, he wouldn't say something like that at this site, because he's actually an inquisitive person if he is here in the first place. You can get idiot white leftists like BB to come and stir the pot, but blacks wouldn't bother, unless the conservative type of smart.

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I disagree with you about technology, at least in principle, John.
Our arsenals have the potential to set civilization back a century if not millennia. In a few decades it may be able to send Man the way of the Dodo.
SHARKS (crossed out) MONGEESE (sic) WITH FRICKIN' LASER BEAMS ATTACHED TO THEIR HEADS

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Tom Mazanec wrote:
Tue Jul 20, 2021 11:02 am
I disagree with you about technology, at least in principle, John.
Our arsenals have the potential to set civilization back a century if not millennia. In a few decades it may be able to send Man the way of the Dodo.
That's absolutely not true.

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John wrote:
Mon Jul 19, 2021 11:38 pm
What you're advocating is a universally accepted view that I almost
totally disagree with. The core events -- wars, refugees, poverty,
financial crises -- are the same throughout history, with only changes
in irrelevant details.

Let's take your "sovereign world debt" example. Are you kidding me?
You've heard of Tulipomania, haven't you? At its peak, the price of a
tulip equalled the price of a small house. Talk about inflation!
Again, irrelevant and a bad analogy. All world fiat is currently off gold standards, not true then, and not even the same example. It's sorta embarrassing when you try to give examples like this that aren't even close or relevant.
So there was no technology then, but there's lots of technology today.
But what do the two eras have in common that will result in a
financial crash today that is like the financial crash of 1637? The
answer is securitization of debt.
Ok, a little bit better.
I don't know why people don't understand this, but fiat currencies are
completely irrelevant, because anyone -- ANYONE -- can create money by
means of securitization of debt.
Not really. You're taking a step back. Scale and world reserve status is the key difference.
The sovereign debt example went on longer than I expected, so I'll
just summarize the other examples.
Showing you don't really understand it as well as you claim you do, which is why Mazanec dogs you a little and you get a little butthurt when legit criticism comes your way.
... I just wrote an article on South Africa, and the crisis is caused by
tribal differences between Zulus, Xhosa, Venda and other tribes, which
has nothing to do with technology, and may result in a repeat of the
Mfecane.

The Chinese and Japanese people vitriolically hate each other. That's
been true for centuries, and has nothing to do with technology.

In summary, technology has nothing to do with what's important in the
world today.
No they don't, but that wasn't my point nor does it even matter. My point (which you aren't treating here, just distracting to a different topic, ie humans don't always get along) is that the tech world, and global fiat agreements, make a one world government likely if not inevitable, especially with technology involved and your likely WW3 scenario as the dust settles.

Until or unless you address that point, you are bringing up irrelevant and not even convincing examples.

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Tom Mazanec wrote:
Tue Jul 20, 2021 11:02 am
I disagree with you about technology, at least in principle, John.
Our arsenals have the potential to set civilization back a century if not millennia. In a few decades it may be able to send Man the way of the Dodo.
Because he's wrong on it in both quality and in impact, as pointed out in my post above. Curiously, he implicitly believes in it and in what I am saying if he actually believes they'll use nuclear weapons.

Anyone reading this realizes the conclusions I make, regarding both topics, are inevitabilities. They are logical and the extension of any clear thinking. What's hard for the faithless to understand is that just because they can't see it (like so many other things) doesn't mean it isn't written into the fabric. I assure you, it is.

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You've quoted the South Africa example, but you skipped the Lebanon
example, which is similar and makes the same point. What's the
difference?

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