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Kimball_Kinnison 1 point ago +1 / -0

True, but we need to be careful. I'm convinced that a lot of the bullshit we are seeing is intentionally provocative. What the left wants is for patriots to turn to violence, and then they'll have an excuse for a major crackdown. So we have to work smartly and legally.

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Kimball_Kinnison 3 points ago +3 / -0

Removing Twitter from the App Store never made sense to me, given that they carry TikTok, Telegram, and Truth Social. Many thousands of companies use Twitter for marketing communications, all of whom would freak out if Apple did that. I think the "rumor" may have been wishcasting by some anti-Musk leftist.

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +3 / -1

Yeah, maybe. But it may be more complex than that. Musk taking control of Twitter is certainly not in the interests of the part of the Deep State that promotes the DNC/globalist narrative. They seem to be aligned with the leftists screaming for more censorship. But perhaps there are Deep State factions? Musk seems in tight with parts of the military.

I would also not freak out about the neural implant. They want to test it on paralyzed volunteers. That's quite different from "implanting your kids."

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Kimball_Kinnison 0 points ago +1 / -1

Pop songs have always been largely about love and romance. As our culture degenerates, more are about sex. I think it’s too widespread to be a “conspiracy.” It’s just culture doing its thing, without a central direction. The music industry just wants sales.

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Kimball_Kinnison 3 points ago +3 / -0

To be fair, lots of actual and current conspiracies involve politics: FTX, election fraud, the Steele Dossier, Obama spying on Trump, etc.

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Kimball_Kinnison 4 points ago +4 / -0

Seems to be a Voat clone rather than “moved."

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Kimball_Kinnison 1 point ago +1 / -0

He was one of Trump’s earliest and biggest supporters.

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’ve noticed that anything in New that reflects badly on Democrats is immediately downvoted. I suspect teams from Media Matters or whatever they call themselves these days.

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Kimball_Kinnison -1 points ago +1 / -2

I always thought “chemtrails” were supposed to be chemicals, not particles. (They’re actually mostly water and some combustion products, AFAIK.)

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Kimball_Kinnison 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you. The “engine that runs on water” is an old scam, going back to the 1930s, at least.

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +2 / -0

Muhammad did it and they see him as "the perfect man," so it's okay. That's why there are so many cousin marriages and birth defects in Muslim areas.

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Kimball_Kinnison 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think Democratic Party got captured by the left and have overplayed their hand. They thought they were being clever by nominating Biden and Harris and cheating them into office, but it's all gone to shit. Inflation, aid to Ukraine, trans crap in schools, open borders, and crime are all causing massive shifts towards Republicans. Even suburban white women now lean GOP.

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Kimball_Kinnison 3 points ago +3 / -0

I saw a map that showed Lula losing in every region except the one in the North, supposedly dominated by narcos, where he won by a lot. Then I see reports of criminals celebrating. Hmmm....

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +2 / -0

Another problem with these graphics is that they seem to skip over all the non-Jews. They’d be more accurate if they included everyone in the top end org chart, Jewish or not, and then labeled the Jews.

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +2 / -0

The ancient Greeks figured out the Earth was round and even calculated the diameter pretty accurately.

https://magnifymind.com/who-discovered-the-earth-is-round/

In fact, the Greek philosopher Pythagoras was the first to come up with the concept of a spherical Earth back in the 6th century BCE. Pythagoras’s idea was based on his observations of the moon during a lunar eclipse. He noticed that the shadow cast by the Earth on the moon was always round, no matter what part of the planet was facing the moon.

But it wasn’t until about 200 years later that another Greek scholar, Eratosthenes, came up with a way to actually measure the circumference of the Earth.

Eratosthenes was the chief librarian at the Library of Alexandria in Egypt.

He knew that at noon on the summer solstice, the sun was directly overhead at the city of Syene (now called Aswan). But he also knew that in Alexandria, about 800 kilometers to the north, the sun was not directly overhead at that same time.

By measuring the angle of the sun at Alexandria, and knowing the distance between the two cities, Eratosthenes was able to calculate that the circumference of the Earth must be about 250,000 stadia. (Astadia was a unit of measurement used by the Greeks.

There is some debate about how long one stadia actually was, but estimates range from 160 to 210 meters. This would put the circumference of the Earth at anywhere from 40,000 to 50,000 kilometers.)

This was an amazingly accurate estimate, considering that Eratosthenes came up with it more than 2,000 years ago! And he didn’t even have access to modern instruments or technology.

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +2 / -0

Admittedly not the most fascinating post, but it adds to the background of Konnech and its connections to China. Researchers into election fraud will want to read this.

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +2 / -0

As the saying goes, "Politics is the mind-killer." It can happen on any side, but yes, leftists these days are the prime examples. Their beliefs are increasingly distant from reality, so they become selectively blind.

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Kimball_Kinnison 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good question. My sense is that there are white hats inside all these agencies, but they aren't always in control. I think it's clear that there are battles behind the scenes, and that's one reason why the media is still trying to get Trump.

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