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  1. The "conspiracy theory advocate" label for people who see it is being ramped up to "domestic terrorist." Ellen
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  2. Objectivist leaders: Something has gone wrong when some Objectivist leaders accept the idea of supposed free trade that includes trade with tyrants, for example, trade with Kantians, Pragmatists, Muslim Iran, or Communist China. There is no free trade with tyrants which operate according to the principle of force and not by the principle of individual rights. Free trade, individual rights, and private property are not possible in dealings with tyrannical individuals or governments. Perhaps not even possible with Objectivist leaders who endorse trade with tyrants or advocates of
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  3. You can't let these at war with us folks off the hook with libertarian property rights theory because we are on a de facto war footing. We Are At War. --Brant
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  4. Big Tech Censorship and Section 230 of the “Communications Decency Act” by Ed Powell. Amy Peikoff is beginning to see the light after what happened to Parler, of which she is Chief Policy Officer. She calls it “censorship by proxy.” The above essay is based on a reply to Amy. I’m placing this post in the ARI Corner forum because ARI continues to defend Tech Totalitarianism.
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  5. "Dr. Schroedinger, we have good news or bad news about your cat." Ellen
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  6. Here's a counter-argument to the "Operation Trust" psy-op theory, published 1/21/21. "No, Q and “Trust The Plan” is Nothing Like OPERATION TRUST, It’s not a Pacification PSYOP and Here’s Why." https://stillnessinthestorm.com/2021/01/no-q-and-trust-the-plan-is-nothing-like-operation-trust-its-not-a-pacification-psyop-and-heres-why/ Make of this what you will. I'm sure that good ol' fashion Objectivist epistemology can chew some things up nicely, or Occam's razor can slice-and-dice. (There's no "smoking gun" here, mostly counter-inferences to the opposition's inferences). Whatever
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  7. Glad to hear people of influence or accomplishment are actually open to the ideas discussed here. I understand and respect their privacy. Rand discussed a great many things... she identified single State corruption, a swamp on a small scale... but without an inking of the technology of today could she even have in her wildest dreams thought of such a global elitist oligarchy attempting to enslave the entire world as it is today? Had she ever thought these petty technocrat busy bodies in government, big tech and the media would ever be so bold as to proclaim to all, their ideal tw
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  8. According to Gateway Pundit - link. "This morning OANN reported that President Trump gave permission for the troops to stay at his lavish Trump Hotel in Washington DC." Ellen
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  9. Mike Adams from yesterday. The video is in the article. Situation Update, Jan 21, 2021 – The astonishing case for optimism and faith Mike covered the quo warrento option. He also mentioned that if the ballots are destroyed before the 22 months are up, that is grounds for invalidating the election and removing the so-called winner from office. He also said that a military option is so much better optics-wise with Trump out of the way. When they intervene based on foreign takeover of the election or something similar, they won't be seen as being Trump's lackeys. And when they
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  10. Your assumption seems to be his third party wouldn't cleave members from the Democrat Party. Class warfare is coming: producers vs the mouchers. For our purposes a moucher is any one employed by government sitting behind a desk. --Brant
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  12. Q again There is a tendency on all quarters right now to blame and mock Q or those who have tried to figure out what makes the bad guys tick, then why and how such massive election fraud was allowed to win so they can do something about it. I have already written about Q, the diversity of it, the uses many different sides have for it, and so on, but I have no doubt some who will read this will not remember, but instead think I drank the Kool-Aid. Then the ancient human problem will continue--that is, attributing things to people that they don't carry, and blaming the wrong people fo
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  13. I have literally no idea what the letter who shall not be named is/was/could be/have been, but the spark I refuse to let die is the recognition that so much in the world right now is 'just not right' and that sparks draws up some anger when I feel as if no one else can see It or fails to call it out. That was always the thing that initially drew me to nameless letter the allegory of righteousness , bold righteousness in the face of all this shit.
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  14. In the How About Some Good News? department: Candace Owens Shares Photo Of Her Beautiful New Baby Boy With Husband George Farmer The link in the article to the baby photo doesn't work. (Likewise, the link to an interview Candace did of her husband.) I suppose Candace is having Twitter problems. The article has a number of lovely older photos, however, including one of Candace and George with Trump in the Oval Office. Ellen
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  15. Continuing re one point the rebutter makes, viz.: "You’d also have to accept that all of the floundering the deep state did was part of the operation—and that they picked a total hack like Biden as their frontman on purpose." Floundering there's been. However, I strongly disagree with the idea that Biden is a bad choice for Deep State purposes. I think that he’s an excellent choice - precisely because he’s simply a "frontman," a paper figure who does what he’s told to do. And, then, before long, Kamala will succeed him, and she’s both a ruthless prosecutor and a Clintonist
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  16. That’s in keeping with my not-very-informed impressions of Qist hopes. There seemed to me to be the expectation that at any minute the key bad guys would be rounded up and sent to be executed. However, I’m wondering about the premising of rebuttal points which TG quoted re the psy-op idea. I'll quote the whole section: Doesn’t the argument presume that Trump was in on Q? But is there any solid basis for this belief? It seems to me to be wishful thinking. (Note: I haven’t had time to read the article yet. Maybe an attempt is made to document Trump involveme
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  17. Just for the reader's sake of clarity, that wasn't my quote, but from the Wiki passage. (Not saying MSK quoted me that way on purpose, just pointing it out because of the formatting [which ironically doesn't show when I quote the requote], where it says "That Guy said...")
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  18. TG, They almost always get the dichotomy wrong. The fundamental issue is not conservatives versus progressives. That exists, but it's not what is driving the strife. It's elitists versus producers. This, to me, is Rand 101. And that dichotomy is found in all political parties and movements. What about communism? Heh. Try to imagine communism existing without elitists. Nobody would take it seriously enough for it to gain and/or maintain power. Now try to imagine freedom with only elitists. That's an ontological contradiction. Try to imagine freedom only with producers. Hell,
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  19. TG, Q ain't going anywhere. It's like Pandora's box. Once opened, it releases all sorts of things that become part of the world and can't be put back into the box. This "many things" is what I believe is a fundamental characteristic of Q as a persuasion device. American Tabloid To illustrate by analogy, I want to mention a perspective I recently caught in an interview between James Corbett and Prof CJ of the Dangerous History podcast. They discussed American Tabloid by James Ellroy. (See here on James's site if you are interested. To me, this was a f
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  20. No-name dropping, the hottest new trend among elite influencers! Daunce Lynam -Elitist
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  21. Jules, Enjoying Biden's oil policies re Canada? Michael
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  22. You seriously use numerology as a cognitive aid? Why does that not surprise me...”snickers”.
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  23. S, You're posting on it. The audience of OL is not huge, but it is pretty elite. And it's constant. Most don't post. Given the nastiness of online discussion when the name Trump comes up, I don't blame them. Even in O-Land, the level of snottiness and hostility leveled and pro-Trump people is absurd. I've had many people contact me offline thanking me for arguing pro-Trump over the last few years. Some have said I have convinced them and others say (to this day) I inspire them. Most of these people have their own groups of influence since a lot of them tend to be famous people a
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  24. Oh. How mundane. LOL. Ellen
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  25. What's the numerology of the "45"? Judging from the context, it must refer to Trump, but I can’t figure out the code. D, Trump’s first initial, is the 4th letter of the alphabet, but the 5th letter is E, not T. Ellen
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  26. Blunderin' Biden: "VIDEO: Joe Biden is told to "salute the Marines" in his earpiece, gets confused, and says out loud 'salute the Marines' as he walks past the Marines." https://twitter.com/DJcalligraphy/status/1352354006174035969?s=20
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  27. Oh, I'm not guessing, at all, more of an "oblique reference"... Just a "subtle rejoinder" to naysaying "doomer" crabs who'd rather pull us back down into the bucket rather than climb out themselves.
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  28. TG, You don't need to guess. All is well and good. There are ideas galore among pro-Trump people on what to do if all else fails. Here's one that is entirely plausible by a guy named Rogan O'Handley. It is as colorful as all get out and it's going viral. Rogan explained it to Steve Bannon: Rogan "DC Draino" O'Handley lays out his MAGA plan The gist is that Trump run for the House of Representatives from Florida in 2022 and everyone pull out all stops to get a GOP majority in the House from all over America. With the House won, they elect Trump as Speaker. Th
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  29. This following is all well and good, I guess, but it's just blowing in the wind...still, I'll keep on posting it, because that's where the answer is, my friend, it's blowing in the wind...the wind that will blow over the pyrrhic victory that is the sham Biden administration... "Between Biden and his Press Secretary getting ratio'd on every single media platform and the National Guard parking lot firestorm on social media, the country is demonstrating they know this 'administration' is a complete sham. "MAGA is still winning. And Trump hasn't even started his comeback yet." https://gab.c
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  30. Even weirder...this video is marked as "unlisted". When you go to the White House Youtube channel, it is replaced by a shorter version without the generic blue graphic above that lasted about an hour in the original, and the shorter version doesn't have the voice-over...(which would have been about the :57 mark below to match the timestamps between the two versions...), but BOTH are from the official White House channel.
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  31. I'm not a member of scribed but... Links to past president's websites are kept here: https://www.archives.gov/presidential-libraries/archived-websites Some digging on that site gets you to here, a direct (hopefully permanent) link of the PDF document: https://trumpwhitehouse.archives.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/The-Presidents-Advisory-1776-Commission-Final-Report.pdf This link should be spread far and wide!
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  32. As I keep telling my husband when he slams the back door and cupboard doors when he’s angry with some villain or other, damaging his and my house doesn’t do a particle's worth of damage to whoever is the source of the ire. It just damages his and my house. And kicking the dog, if a dog is available to be kicked, is scape[dogging]! The villain's actions aren’t the dog's fault! Doing some vigorous exercise to work off the ire would at least be beneficial to your well-being. Lecture aside (you can scream at me if you want to - I won’t hear you), I almost asked when you made that
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  33. Looking at that letter from a Rand perspective, I love the fact that President Trump does not practice sanction of the victim. Since he's a counterpuncher by nature, I think it's going to be a wild ride for the impostors. That letter is just a preliminary taste. Michael
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  34. Blowhards predict, doers do.
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  35. I wouldn't be surprised if today is the last day Biden is seen in public live. "Official" photos and videos and broadcasts is likely the face we see.
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  36. I wondered what designation you'd use for Biden. How about your earlier "Impostor Biden"? Ellen
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  37. Crossword puzzle clue. Slow moving Middle East game? Answer. Yemeni Cricket
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  38. Just look how this, which was laughed at and mocked as a conspiracy theory (especially on CNN and MSNBC and other fake news medial outlets) when it first came out, results in good things when it gets to people who can effect official action: I have a feeling a whole lot more is coming, even if Biden gets sworn in. When people look at the evidence of a crime, they see the crime. When they refuse to look or can't look for whatever reason, they don't see the crime. A hell of a lot of people are looking now. Michael
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  39. Peter, The mainstream is not talking much about this, but Ratcliffe confirmed that there was Chinese interference in the 2020 election and the CIA squelched this information. Here's an article in the Epoch Times dated Jan 17. China ‘Sought to Influence’ 2020 US Election, Director of National Intelligence Assesses Senior CIA officials pressured analysts to withdraw assessment And on it goes. That's the foreign thing (or better, one of them). Not foreigners talking to people to get them to vote one way or another. You can't fix a problem if you refuse to look a
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  40. I suggest people resist being indoctrinated. Duh.
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  41. Another from Lin Wood since it is Martin Luther King day. https://t.me/LinWoodChannel/66 Michael
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  42. From Lin Wood on Telegram just now. https://t.me/LinWoodChannel/71 Seems like I'm good at picking them. I don't ever recall Lin mentioning Mike before. Michael
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  43. On a personal note, I'm no longer worried. Even if Biden gets sworn in, Brant mentioned a writ of quo warranto the other day (see here to read an article about it and now there are other more recent articles about it--source from Brant, too). Just knowing this exists and the military stuff is out there, just knowing responsible people are involved in all this, makes me more serene than I have felt for some time. Out here in the public, the only people we have seen 100% in President Trump's corner coming directly from Trump is Rudy and Jenna, and it has looked like they have been flou
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  44. This has to be a sign. Biden, if sworn in, could overturn this in a heartbeat. And even if he doesn't, he could sit on it or filter it through the 1619 project or any number of shitty things. Trump signs executive order to build National Garden of American Heroes to combat 'dangerous anti-American extremism' I wonder what makes President Trump believe this will be implemented by the Marxist Biden people, I wonder, I wonder... Or is he thinking the Biden people will be unable to stop it? Michael
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  45. It looks like all is not lost re President Trump being sworn in for another 4 years. I have to go out right now, so I will write about this later. For now, Mike Adams is sounding joyful in this video. Don't forget, two days ago, he was in "all is lost" mode. Situation Update, Jan. 18, 2021 - Game-changing intel grants Trump new pathways to VICTORY Mike says he now knows what Lin Wood knows and he now understands why Lin keeps saying every lie will be revealed. The gist is according to the 14th Amendment, a person cannot hold office if they have actively worked with a
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  46. I am going to set up an election fraud section here on OL. I want an archive of the crime that will not be taken down by big tech. I may add a list of President Trump's achievements. At least this will be a good place for those who want to write about this or research it for whatever they are building. I'm working on getting the material to link to posted to places that will stay up. Michael
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  47. That's when he appeared, not necessarily when it started...
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  48. Hold on to that spark. Don't let it go.
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  49. Counter-arguments to my points can be made, given the uncertainty of it all. But instead of trying to answer them all, a futile, time-wasting gesture if there ever was one, I'm simply going to cut the Gordian knot, there: Without claiming what the actuality is, since I don't have first-hand knoweldge, I'll just conclude my comments for now by saying that, now that we're down to the 11th hour, that it's interesting how it went from "an internet larp" to "muh Russian psy-op" meant to pacify/flush out the resistance...how it went from impossible, too-good-to-be-true for us, but to possible for
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  50. New on ARI Watch: Mouthpieces for Election Riggers Yaron Brook & Gregory Salmieri Quoting the later about claims of vote fraud: “... given my assessment of the characters of the people [Trump, Giuliani, Powell ...] involved and my assessment of the [legal] system ... I dismiss these claims without looking into them, and I think it’s perfectly valid to do that.” Just so, he goes on to say, you acknowledge that you haven't looked into them, which makes your dismissing them OK.
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