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thepalagoon 8 points ago +8 / -0

Well, yes.

The teenage girl thing is outrageous but seems to be a separate issue - I don't think you'll see high suicide rates for what will amount to a teenage phase. It is still normalzing an issue and another example of a mass psychosis, but its fundamentally different from people with actual gender dysphoria who go the extreme route of surgery.

In these cases the doctors who prescribe hormone blockers and testosterone deserve to rot in jail. I do think that day will come.

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thepalagoon 16 points ago +16 / -0

Look at Ellen Page. Does she look happier to be masquerading around as a man? Is she happier feigning ignorance that everyone can see through it? What happens when she can't take it anymore?

Can't uncut yourself.

And that is just a famous example. Think of all the depressed and mentally ill people who are groomed into it?

I swear to god, it's like reading The Emperor's New Clothes and getting the entirely wrong message.

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thepalagoon 21 points ago +21 / -0

Honestly I just feel bad.

It is a mental illness and they think that by giving in to the illness it will resolve itself. If a psychologist had a patient who wanted to cut off an arm, they would not advocate doing it to alleviate the bad feelings - and even if they did it would be unsurprising when it failed to resolve the underlying mental issues.

But that's what happens with trannies. Just yesterday there was a post on reddit about how transgenders are 2x more likely to die than the rest of the population.

I wonder what % more likely schizophrenics and bipolar are?

All i know for sure is that the current model is akin to war crimes and helps no one.

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thepalagoon 1 point ago +1 / -0

Currently in Salt Lake City... sitting in a hotel lobby waiting to check in. I count at least three big signs about the mask mandate supposedly in effect... 8 people in the lobby, no masks.

EDIT: Vegas is a lost cause right now. The people have just been beaten into submission

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thepalagoon 2 points ago +2 / -0

If anyone is interested in figuring out where the Mass Psychosis started, look at the Church of Zero COVID - it also fits that even now adherents like Australia and Canada continue to double down.

This whole house of cards seems to be collapsing. We are at that weird point where everyone can see the Emperor has no clothes, but the media hasn't gotten the new marching orders - so all they talk about are the emperor's clothes.

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thepalagoon 2 points ago +2 / -0

You aren't wrong about blacks hating whites - but I do think the democrats have been purposely fomenting that bullshit for decades.

The republican voting blacks and the old school middle class blacks are generally awesome Americans. Nothing more or less, color has nothing to do with our interactions.

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thepalagoon 7 points ago +7 / -0

Lots of places I could reply and leave this comment, but I'll just do it here:

  1. Trump never walks anything back. Ever. I am sure he'd still give you a quote about what a tremendous success Trump University was (until it wasn't, which was immediately) or how successful he was at running a casino.

  2. Trump is a germaphobe - I always thought a pandemic at the start of his final year was a bit too on the nose. But fact is, he has never been logical or pragmatic about germs and disease and his enemies knew this about him.

Two isnt an excuse for his continued support of the death shots, but I think he still has a lot of people in his ear saying how effective they are (and by extension his leadership was). He falls for it every time.

But I do agree that no matter the reason he has lost a lot of his appeal.

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thepalagoon 3 points ago +3 / -0

I was one of those once. Very expensive red pill.

I consider my resignation letter my thesis because they still conferred me a useless master's

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thepalagoon 6 points ago +6 / -0

Because it's just a continuation of the coddling indoctrination they get in public school. Because an increasing number of them were raised by women alone who gave them horrific advice like "don't rock the boat" and "it's important to fit in."

Also because they never once teach you to critically think about anything.

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thepalagoon 10 points ago +10 / -0

Academia is a sick joke with no redeeming qualities. Those at the top aren't the smartest or the most cunning or the most insightful - they're the ones who played the game the whole way up; they're the ones who kissed the right asses at the right time. Nothing more, nothing less.

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thepalagoon 1 point ago +1 / -0

which is ironic because if it was realistic his sister would probably be the influence to not destroy it.

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thepalagoon 29 points ago +29 / -0

Also, I'm sure most here have seen the resurfaced tweets of that Ebony woman who is some sort of important person at GETTR.

She claims "oh it was 5 years ago when I said Trump's election made me cry at my desk, but I've changed!"

Whether she's changed or not is kind of irrelevant. Never give any time or effort or money (for god's sake) to a company that hires emotional children who a) cry about politics and b) post about crying on social media for fake sympathy points.

I agree this whole fuckin' thing glows like the Elephant's foot at the bottom of Chernobyl surely did.

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thepalagoon 6 points ago +6 / -0

While I think there's a fair bit of revisionist history in regards to H3H3 and Ethan -- he should serve as an example of what happens to people when they surround themselves in an echo bubble of room-temperature IQ liberal morons in LA.

What a tool.

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thepalagoon 21 points ago +21 / -0

Any institution that elevates a human big toe like Brian Stelter to a place of power/influence is a corrupted institution.

The biggest reservoir of hope that I have is that these institutions are rotten and hollow, and will collapse under their own weight sooner rather than later.

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thepalagoon 7 points ago +7 / -0

You know, when Trump took office I was fully of the mind of reconciliation - learn to work together again, put aside differences, all that.

The media and the DNC wouldn't let us do that. Four long years (and more, tbh) they've screeched. IMO the frothing anti-Trump movement was the beginning of the mass Psychosis (and the ensuing over-reliance and over-trusting of authority).

When the pendulum swings the other way --- fuck em all. Tar and feathers should be back on the table.

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thepalagoon 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah and as someone else said it's likely unrelated. In fact, it's almost certainly unrelated as you'd see scattered reports, not isolated in one place.

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thepalagoon 7 points ago +7 / -0

Unfortunately.

It doesn't even have to be a "vast global conspiracy" it is simply people with power doing what they have always done to maintain their power.

We are officially at the point where the "bad guys'" defense is literally causing cognitive dissonance in the masses.

What comes next is not going to be pretty.

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thepalagoon 7 points ago +7 / -0

It's also a symptom of the pathology of the left. They can't create anything new, they just consistently rehash old ideas and hope it works out.

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thepalagoon 6 points ago +6 / -0

You are right in one sense... but since we are readily giving hormone blockers to kids and rushing people to get their bodies mutilated... I would say it is basically the same phenomenon.

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thepalagoon 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yep. And this is becoming more and more obvious -- they're going to cram all the unpopular shit down our throat and lay it at POTATUS's demented feet.

Early next year as 'cases' go down with the spring, they'll off him and try to win in 2022 on the sympathy vote. Logically, this shouldn't work, but I know how human psychology works and I'm just kind of bracing for it.

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thepalagoon 5 points ago +5 / -0

That's the thing. Go check out the One Bite Pizza Review from yesterday in NYC --- I have half a mind that Dave did some bullshit dollar slice place just to show there's like 200 people in line for a Coof test in NYC where everyone is fully clotshotted.

It's insanity.

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thepalagoon 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have a personal motto never to celebrate someone's death - and I won't violate that for Hooksy here.

But I also won't pretend to be sad she's gone either.

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thepalagoon 8 points ago +8 / -0

Duterte is a mess and the Philippines are a mess. I had high hopes for him, but he is exactly what you say: a mad king under the thumb of China.

My in-laws are still locked in their house, essentially. My father in law got his clotshot just so he could go to the grocery store, and now for the first time in his life has some (mild thus far) heart issues.

My MIL just recently caved and got it as well, because she hadn't left her house in over a year due to restrictions.

Wife is not happy-- but all we can do is pray.

I suspect that China has been on top of this for a while now. Duterte speaks one way about China but acts another. Moon Jae-In of SK has been much more favorable to China than the US of late (at least that was my sense when I lived over there prior to 2020) - I suspect China played into his ambitions of being the great Korean unifier -- and I wonder if Trump's dalliances with NK were in part to foil Chinese/SK cooperation on the issue.

China has fortified their position in the SEA sphere - they know where their enemies are and they have plans to neutralize them or make their lives difficult.

Meanwhile the US Government has basically been bought and paid for by the CCP -- and the populace goes on with nary a care, as long as they get their cheap Chinese goods, they don't care.

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