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The Air Force investigation alone is absolutely convincing that there were real explosives (not fertilizer) inside. Everything after that is just a choose your own adventure of guilty parties.
As a person employed in Field, I see the importance of government enforcement of Field.
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Big Man upstairs has an incredible sense of humor.
The Boys on the Tracks by Mara Leveritt.
Here's a twitter thread that summaries it in excruciating detail: https://twitter.com/bth_bill/status/1493441458396934146
What cinches it for me is the weird, demonic way these people can't tell a good lie. This poor woman literally starts with the beat cop first responders and works her way up to the feds. At each stage, either the cop is corrupt or someone gets to them. At each stage, any of them could say, "You're on to something big here, ma'am, but there's no hard evidence. I'm afraid my hands are tied" and she'd be done.
Instead, all of them tell her that they didn't say the things they said last time they spoke with her, tell her she's crazy, and tell her actually the misdeeds of the previous cop were ok and she has no ground to protest, please leave. It's like demons are so far removed from the Truth, they can't even fake it.
Not just Democrats, globalists. The CIA using drug running as an infinite money hack may have started earlier but was definitely underway under Ford, run by G.H.W. Bush and it's been run uninterrupted by the Bush/Clintons ever since.
There's a book about the murders of Don Henry and Kevin Ives that lays out pretty strong evidence, circumstantial and otherwise, that every LEO in Arkansas, down to small town cops, was part of the Clinton drug ring in the 90s.
Mix in a cultural loss of Christian faith (where the Lord does control reality) and I think you're on to something.
Dixie was America's last hope.
"Deserved"? Use the present tense, brother.
worked for HUD
worked for HUD
And, of course, these corporations concerned with "bodily autonomy" also spoke out against experimental gene therapy mandates, right?
You can tell savaging these stories is the goal and not an unfortunate outcome of "reimagining for broad appeal" by comparing to the video game market.
Video game companies hopelessly chase whales to the exclusion of almost all else. In other media, die-hard fans are the 'whales': they may not drop $10k a year on your franchise, but they will buy everything you make (or would have ten years ago). The fact that no one is catering to the fan market is evidence that their goal is not to make money.
He needs to stay in Florida and other governors need to start following his example. The states can serve their people by keeping the feds busy playing bureaucratic whack-a-mole. Let bigger targets, like Trump, distract people in federal races.
Quick autistic aside: there's only one documented instance of diseased blankets being considered for use against indians: the seige of Fort Pitt, fully 80 years before smallpox epidemics gutted several tribes.
The blankets were a desperate ploy by the English to break the seige before the indians slaughtered the entire fort, as they had already done to other forts in the area.
The blankets didn't work as intended because respiratory diseases don't spread that way.
That's what midwits think globohomo means.
I agree with this point. On the other hand, here we have a sitting member of congress rejecting leftist framing of gun control.
Despite Roddenberry's hang ups with religion, all the TNG characters are deeply, culturally Christian, moreso than the average American today. Several characters espouse the pursuit of self-betterment, especially when the goal is unobtainable, which is almost the definition of Christiandom.
In the 80s, Iain M. Banks started writing The Culture because, to his mind, all mainstream science fiction was hierarchical (military) and innately right-wing/authoritarian. Banks wanted to see if innately libertarian (colored by his own left, secular, socialist worldview) science fiction was possible. Now, apparently, all science fiction has always been communist. Too bad Banks' life's work was pointless, apparently.
I could probably do a 500 word essay, easily, on how Star Trek is the definition of conservative (in hundreds of years, culture hasn't progressed past 19th/20th C). Not only that, but Starfleet is canonically segregated (different ships/stations are crewed by mostly single species. The Enterprise is a human ship, for example) because of biological necessity. Not only that, but with minimal interpolation, you can make a compelling argument that the reason the Federation was founded was because non-Europeans nuked themselves into near-extinction.
But I'm not going to write that essay because the assertions you came across are retarded and in bad faith. I won't spend energy refuting them and neither should you.
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Sagan would've 💯 been a vaxxtard. It's The Science, after all.
Why not? It worked for the USSR against Germany.
Thank you for reminding me of these guys. I loved Tex Talks Battletech and then promptly forgot the rest of the channel existed.
I heard (and don't care to find) about a study that women who had babies die shortly after birth dealt with the grief better than women who aborted. The natural deaths left no room to wonder if you murdered a child that would have lived.
It's so much nicer here when he's banned.
Insert the 4chan screencap about how a tranny has the earning capability of a man, the spending profile of a woman, and has lifelong physical and mental pharmaceutical dependencies: the ultimate consoomer.