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  Breaking "Powerful 5.9 Quake Hits Oregon Cascadia"
Posted by: computerbuck - 09-05-2019, 06:58 PM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (1)

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  The Federal Government getting out of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae
Posted by: zigbee - 09-05-2019, 04:41 PM - Forum: Nut House Topics - No Replies

Moving from conservatorship to receivership and recapitalizing Government sponsored entities.   hmmmmmm


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  DaRaaaayDers signed a jackass in Antonio Brown
Posted by: zigbee - 09-05-2019, 04:20 PM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (88)

They wanted him now they don't after he threatened the GM with a fist to his face.


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  14 year-old killed his father, step-mother and 3 siblings
Posted by: K9Buck - 09-05-2019, 03:31 PM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (23)

...after learning his mother was actually his stepmother.   He used a shotgun.   


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  Liberals eager to sign petition to protect eagle eggs but...
Posted by: K9Buck - 09-05-2019, 01:34 PM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (2)

...are unwilling to sign one protecting the unborn.  

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  US national debt is now 110 percent of GDP — largest debt-to-GDP ratio since WWII
Posted by: K9Buck - 09-05-2019, 01:08 PM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (21)

At what point does this pose a threat?


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  Wanna buy an F-16?
Posted by: K9Buck - 09-05-2019, 11:28 AM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (21)

Talk about having the ultimate toy.

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  Raining cocaine?
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  Thug takes gun from female deputy and then shoots at her
Posted by: K9Buck - 09-05-2019, 08:48 AM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (2)

Of course, if she had shot him, we'd be hearing about how a racist cop shot an unarmed, helpless black guy.


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  The End of Freedom
Posted by: P1tchblack - 09-05-2019, 08:30 AM - Forum: Nut House Topics - Replies (14)

The American Gulag: Brick by Brick, Our Prison Walls Get More Oppressive by the Day

The exile of prisoners to a distant place, where they can ‘pay their debt to society,’ make themselves useful, and not contaminate others with their ideas or their criminal acts, is a practice as old as civilization itself. The rulers of ancient Rome and Greece sent their dissidents off to distant colonies. Socrates chose death over the torment of exile from Athens. The poet Ovid was exiled to a fetid port on the Black Sea.”— Anne Applebaum, Gulag: A History

This is how freedom dies.

This is how you condition a populace to life as prisoners in a police state: by brainwashing them into believing they are free so that they will march in lockstep with the state and be incapable of recognizing the prison walls that surround them.

Face the facts: we are no longer free.

We in the American Police State may enjoy the illusion of freedom, but that is all it is: an elaborate deception, rooted in denial and delusion, that hides the grasping, greedy, power-hungry, megalomaniacal force that lurks beneath the surface.

Brick by brick, the prison walls being erected around us by the government and its corporate partners-in-crime grow more oppressive and more pervasive by the day.
Brick by brick, we are finding there is nowhere to run and nowhere to hide.

Brick by brick, we are being walled in, locked down and locked up.

That’s the curious thing about walls: they not only keep those on the outside from getting in, they also keep those on the inside from getting out.

Consider, if you will, some of the “bricks” in the police state’s wall that serve to imprison the citizenry: Red flag gun laws that strip citizens of their rights based on the flimsiest of pretexts concocted by self-serving politicians. Overcriminalization resulting in jail time for nonviolent offenses such as feeding stray cats and buying foreign honey. Military training drills—showy exercises in armed intimidation—and live action “role playing” between soldiers and “freedom fighters” staged in small rural communities throughout the country. Profit-driven speed and red light cameras that do little for safety while padding the pockets of government agencies. Overt surveillance that turns citizens into suspects.
Police-run facial recognition software that mistakenly labels law-abiding citizens as criminals. Punitive programs that strip citizens of their passports and right to travel over unpaid taxes. Government agents that view segments of the populace as “subhuman” and treat them accordingly. A social credit system (similar to China’s) that rewards behavior deemed “acceptable” and punishes behavior the government and its corporate allies find offensive, illegal or inappropriate.
These are just a small sampling of the oppressive measures used by the government to control and constrict the American people.

What these despotic tactics add up to is an authoritarian prison in every sense of the word.


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