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#21 DoMiNaNt_HuNtEr

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Posted 09 November 2016 - 11:39 PM

@OmegaBolt:  yeeeah thats true. Trump is CIA backed, and thats usually not good. Roy Cohn put Trump in... google Roy Cohn, hes a creep.... We'll see.

 

But still this is fucking hilarious. Duke? Don't be sad, be glad.


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Posted 09 November 2016 - 11:47 PM

David Duke is happy.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 12:07 AM

And I'm a happy Norwegian that doesn't worry too much about what Americans do to themselves. More worried about what they do to others. Doesn't mean I wish for them to be given the wrong medicine for a problem we know better solutions to.

 

My biggest worry is that I'll die old in a world that could have moved so much further if people had common sense. I'd like the opportunity to travel to Mars for a vacation before I die. I'd liked the opportunity to be digitized and live forever, too, but that seems remote today. Hopefully medicine can give us longer lifespans, but that won't do us much good if we can't make economic models that improves lives for all.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 12:09 AM

I know for several reasons why Trump wins:

1) The tension between US and Russia. There won't be World War III or another Cold War as long as Putin/Russia supports Trump and they are on friendly terms. The US still relies on Russia to send people to the International Space Station since Russia still use shuttles. Not sure about the response in the Middle East and North Korea.

2) Homeland security and immigration policies. This is a huge one that will affect the way minorities live. Some people really wanted that to happen, including building a wall between US and Mexico. In addition to illegal immigrants, possible radicalized terrorists in the US will also be a challenge to Trump. Nothing was ever accomplished by the Obama administration.

3) The economy. I am pretty sure Trump will do better in this but the future is uncertain. I hope he'll repeal Obamacare and lessen Uncle Sam's debt. Besides I don't like big company mergers such as AT&T merging with Time Warner. It already happened with Time Warner Cable bought by Charter. Trump will definitely want that to happen.

4) The white men who thought they are smart to outwit women and minorities -- still holds true today.

 

Others are uncertain:

1) How many more women will accuse Trump of sexual harassment issues? How many more uncomfortable women will Trump embarrass?

2) What would Trump do if he sues Clinton on the email scandals?

3) How would he might save US Social Security and Postal Service from possible bankruptcy?

4) What does Trump know about handling new technology?

5) Will there be a civil war II?

6) I predict gas prices in California to be leveled with Hong Kong soon, you know... the average price of $8 a gallon year-round => instant bankruptcy



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Posted 10 November 2016 - 12:35 AM

Your social security is nowhere near bankruptcy. I heard this one a few times during the election, and it just seems to be one of those things brought up to call for more cuts for working people... same bullshit tactic used in this cuntry. http://www.cnbc.com/...until-2033.html

 

Trump will be devastating for the economy if he goes through with his tax plan, which is worse than George Bush's, which helped lead to the 2008 financial crash. I don't know an example of where tax cuts help an economy grow. Literally, you've been having consistent tax cuts since the 50s, where it was over 90% tax at the top bracket, and things haven't gotten better. Trickledown does not work, this is Clinton's policy too. The only way out of an economic downturn and maintain any standard of living is government investment, so people make more money and, crucially, pay more taxes comfortably. http://www.wsj.com/a...enue-1450807194

 

Best thing to cut would be that 50% of every tax dollar on the useless military... but I know it's murica's teddy bear.

 

And the wall thing is just a joke surely. Mexico won't pay for it, he probably won't even build it or let alone finish it. Already the US-Mexican border is one of the most fortified places on earth. A wall isn't gonna do anything extra.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 12:36 AM

I voted for Trump. I'm glad he won. Hillary was a warhawk neoconservative who had a hand in removing Gadaffi in Libya and wants to remove Assad. I liked Gadaffi and I like Assad. I also like Putin and Russia, and Trump wants to amend relations and work with Russia. He also criticized the Saudi influence on our government, the bombing of Serbia (which the Clintons had a hand in), and disastrous anti-white multicultural policies in Europe. Whilst I dislike Trump's environmental views and am skeptical of him on economics, weighing all the pluses and minuses, I'm damn glad we finally smashed neoconservatism this election. I'm happy with the outcome, at least out of sheer pragmatism.

 

David Duke is happy.

 

I'd vote for Duke over any neoconservative globalist. He's moderated a lot and takes a stand against anti-white propaganda.

 

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Trickledown does not work, this is Clinton's policy too.

 

Her policy is also trickledown?


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 01:32 AM

@Casen: Here, here! FUCK the neoconservatives to pieces!

 

Duke: My biggest worry is that I'll die old in a world that could have moved so much further if people had common sense.

 

 

Its not about "common sense". You and me are peasants. The senses that we commonly exhibit are not the same senses that the actual rulers of the system have. The elites, like the Rothschilds, the ones who own everything. They're the fucking banking oligarchs, that control all that money.

 

The people that are in charge have very different senses than us. Power hungry mad kings, enslaving the masses. Its always been the few that control the many. Its the whole dominant/submissive thing. Service to the self! They only serve themselves. They don't care about a couple of rodents like us, let alone a entire country full of rodents; to care for us doesn't make sense to them. No matter who wins the war, they always make the money. Countries do not make produce their own money. Private Centralized banks outside of countries do. Its rigged, bro.

 

What, you think this is a fucking group effort? Your moralities are a joke to them. Your common sense can't do anything. We, can't do much, aside from voting for either a giant douche or a turd sandwich. The giant douche is more entertaining, so he got voted.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 01:46 AM

Okay, that's it.

 

No more conspiracy theories in Open Topic, save for the Spam Factory. They do nothing but debase and undermine what little discussion we've got left here.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 01:57 AM

What!? I'm just saying to duke:

 

Everyone who's near the top of the food chain are gonna have different world views then us bottom feeders. Its a different environment for them. They're literally elevated over you. They become detached, narcissistic, and they consolidate their power. That ain't conspiracy, thats psychology! Take it easy there cowboy. Gimme some of that wine.

 

BTW, All fiat currency is created out of nothing and enters circulation as a loan at interest through private banks, such as the 3rd Bank of America aka Federal Reserve, or the Bank of England. This is how money works. Matty, you gotta stop jumping the gun here.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 02:48 AM

Wow, sorry for double post, but man. Omega Bolt, you are the smartest fucker on this forum, I can tell. CREDIT WHERE ITS DUE MAWFUCKAH! I'm just reading your linked article here:

 

http://www.independe...e-a7407231.html

 

YEEEEEUP!!!! Fucking Israel, they are literally the most problematic country on this whole planet, and they get away with so much shit, because they got big guys like the USA in their pocket... again, topic for another thread..... sorry.

 

Yeeeah, I admit, I over sell trump. I know hes not gonna fix the world. I realize this. but, the point has always been, he is better than Clinton. Plokite, you fool. Trump is lesser of two evils.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 06:04 AM

What the fuck is this? Stop changing the subject. plokite, read that shit for your proof backing.

Where you parade with total bullshit like now? Last time - link to legitimate articles and sources or it didn't happen.

Oh wait, you can't. Trump doesn't have support from intellectuals.

Europe is NATO, NATO is bad.

NATO mostly does what the US tell them to, so it's US leadership with American and European soldiers.

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Posted 10 November 2016 - 06:45 AM

I honestly don't care about political crap since I am the tree and the lightning that struck it, but I don't have a problem with Trump.  He's one of the (if not thee) greatest businessmen of the 21st century, surpassing even Rockefeller in historic accomplishments.  All Americans seem to care about are their murderous war heroes, abortions, and economic status - so I think they picked the right dope for the job when it comes to that trinity of pointlessness.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 08:26 AM

On the subject of history, here's an interesting chart that shows the ages of all elected presidents in America's brief history (not sure why Hillary is on there).  Guess who's at the very top... that's right.  Good guess.  Yes, he is the oldest man ever elected, which is historic enough I suppose.

 

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Posted 10 November 2016 - 10:31 AM

He's one of the (if not thee) greatest businessmen of the 21st century, surpassing even Rockefeller in historic accomplishments. 

 

He's not. He started off the son of a wildly succesful real estate mogul. If he'd been a good businessman, he wouldn't have the horrible track record he has (and be a lot richer). He just likes to saturate his personality with self-promotion related to his business skills. That's the one thing he's good at: self-promotion.

 

Source:

http://www.independe...cs-7173666.html

http://ijr.com/opini...cord-proves-it/

http://www.nytimes.c...ssman.html?_r=0

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https://www.washingt...e-a-lot-richer/

 

Trump is good at business the same way I'm good at Skyrim when I open the console at game start and give myself fully enchanted Daedric gear.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 01:41 PM

Trickledown does not work, this is Clinton's policy too.

Her policy is also trickledown?

Uhh, yes. That's exactly what neo-liberalism is, started with Thatcher and Reagan. The idea that you cut public investment, rely on private wealthy people to invest in development and start businesses that pay people, rather than anyone making money themselves, and cut unions or any chance of the workers having any power. That's why quantitative easing was used, they take public money and put it into the wealthiest people's pockets in the hope that they will start loads of businesses and get things going: but that doesn't work. It stays in bank accounts because the wealthiest people literally can't spend all the money they have and make. It's why the US has an effective corporate tax rate of around 20%, incredibly low. It's why situations like the Dakota Access Pipeline occur, because ordinary people are considered expendible.

I mean, I thought that was a big thing people hated about Clinton. That she's a (and so are most Democrats) Republicans in disguise, because of these policies. But to think Trump is any different is crazy when he's exactly the person who benefits from neo-liberalism, and he's ramping it up with his tax cuts and further deregulation.

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Posted 10 November 2016 - 05:40 PM

Voting for Trump might be considered anti-establishment, but yeah, you certainly ain't getting away from "neoconservatism" / neoliberalism, especially since he's going to be working for thousands of republicans.

 

The only thing that's happened is that the side with a moderate chance at fixing things now is put on the backburner and will be radicalized more. And then the conventional Republicans will be even more fearful for their future when the next election comes.

 

I actually hope California continues with their secession work, as that might keep a republican government busy with domestic issues for most of the first half of Trump's period.


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Posted 10 November 2016 - 08:50 PM

 

Trump is good at business the same way I'm good at Skyrim when I open the console at game start and give myself fully enchanted Daedric gear.

 

His career did start from a large lone given to him by his father, but he turned that million into the New York City skyline and hundreds of iconic feats of architecture that will immortalize his name for the upcoming millenniums (a slot in the presidential compendium being an added bonus).  If that is not the ultimate goal of being a big-business miser, then I dunno what is.  Cheating with console commands or not, he's accomplished more than any economist I can think of in recent times.


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Posted 11 November 2016 - 01:06 AM

 

What the fuck is this? Stop changing the subject. plokite, read that shit for your proof backing.

Where you parade with total bullshit like now? Last time - link to legitimate articles and sources or it didn't happen.

Oh wait, you can't. Trump doesn't have support from intellectuals.

Europe is NATO, NATO is bad.

NATO mostly does what the US tell them to, so it's US leadership with American and European soldiers.

 

 

You ask for a source, proof? You ask for some background information. I give it to you, and now you won't fucking read it? What the fuck is wrong with you?

 

You wanted to vote for the lesser of two evils, right? Thats what you wanted, right? Thats what you said? Huh?

 

Well, Trump is the lesser of two evils. I explained it so back in the other thread, and this will be the second time I post a link to it. Are you gonna read it this time?

 

If not, just say it right now. Just say it! Just say that, your not gonna take the time to read out the explanation presented to you. Just admit that you are a lazy, LAZY person, and are easily offed by practically everything, and you just wont fucking have it. Well, thanks alot there, Mr. forward FUCKING thinker! You're a real credit.

 

Whatever, everything I type is linked to what happened (duh), like in Benghazi back in 2012. A huge story which I hope you know of.

 

PAGE 10, to 11:

 

https://forums.revor...clinton/page-10

 

Plokite, use it or get the fuck out. But you should already know all this stuff, right? Oh yah, you're an expert at who in the fuck Hillary Clinton is, on what shes done throughout her career. Thats why you wanted to vote for her, over the other idiot?

 

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NATO does what Israel tells them to do. Its Israel leadership.. but.. AGAIN! We Need a different thread for that.

 

Did you google "Israel tail wags the USA dog", yet?..... no? Why not?


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Posted 11 November 2016 - 06:04 AM

Your link only shows you bitching on and on without stating the sources you get your ideas from (typical for a raging rightist). Either you've been reading too much conspiracy bullshit or you're just making it all up.

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Posted 11 November 2016 - 03:50 PM

Sources are biased, you know.

 

Either way, this is the sort of commentary we need these days:

 


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