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KiloRomeo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol i how they go through with this so we can pull back our military support for these psychopaths. Also, lol Afghanistan is armed to the teeth with our stuff and pissed at the Saudis

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KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

This makes a lot of sense actually. Barium and aluminum (their chemtrail chemicals) are expensive and difficult to deploy. If they achieve the same result using cheap commodities that float then their geoengineering costs go down by an order of magnitude.

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KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

People don't spend 100% of their income. Thus, the actual rate is much lower than income tax. 50-60% of income is usually either savings or mortgage so the 31% sales tax is close to 14-15% or less depending upon spending habits.

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KiloRomeo 1 point ago +1 / -0

The West can't admit involvement because our undermines the victim narrative. Russia doesn't care because they make up for volume on price. It's the European citizens that are harmed.

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KiloRomeo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Isn't ozone mildly radioactive though? Wouldn't seem like a good idea to ingest any

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KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

The toroid doesn't seem to match order natural observations. The expanding part though seems like it could make a lot of sense especially if the orbit itself is changing. We know the orbit has changed historically and probably wildly so before achieving it's more steady current state.

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KiloRomeo 4 points ago +4 / -0

I was reading some estimates that put their territorial defense in the 2 wk to 3 mo range depending upon how good they do at preventing landing craft. Really their ability to land troops is fairly poor and focusing defense on this could turn it into a long term aerial slug fest where our pacific fleet could participate and protract a costly engagement

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KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Never studied that one. I like the expanding earth theory though. I think it explains things better than the moving plates theory.

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KiloRomeo 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hah i know it's wild but that's what is getting circulated. I personally find it hard to believe that cities would continue to grow past a certain size limit.

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KiloRomeo 4 points ago +4 / -0

Seems plausible. The idea that the solutes are actually peptides explains a lot of the clinical evidence.

The initial delivery for the pandemic needs more exploration though. It's not clinically similar to the flu so it needs explanation. I don't see the water source deliver as plausible because it doesn't match clinical evidence. For example, everyone in a community would get sick sort of simultaneously. If the coronavirus modified to carry these peptide creating spikes then they might explain it.

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KiloRomeo 6 points ago +6 / -0

100K... try 10k or even 2k. They just stare at you like why you want the cash?

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KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is an absolutely wild story. The Russia gate investigation was a black pill for me. It was the moment i realized we're living in a fascist totalitarian state disguised by a ceremonial propaganda. Surprised he got charged tbh everything is so corrupt

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KiloRomeo 1 point ago +1 / -0

It won't work because there's no practical limit to the phrase "basic needs". We are prone to avarice and this would simply legalize the survival of the fittest. Long term it would turn into anarchism and local communities would emerge with property rights as statutes.

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KiloRomeo 5 points ago +5 / -0

There's the whole body of evidence for antedeluvian civilizations. I think this was an advanced ice age civilization

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KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

For the 1000 years thing to be true we would basically have gone directly from the fall of Roman Empire (c 700) to the establishment of modern states (1700s France for example). This just doesn't line up. The population density between the two periods doesn't match. There were far more people living like 50 years after the fall of Rome? Doesn't work out logically. There's like 10x people.

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