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wwvax 4 points ago +4 / -0

nah, it's just a cohencidence that the torch of hegemony is being handed off to a communist and 'former' communist superpower by domestic communists. if WEF/NWO had real enemies, would they LGBTQWWLNFOWNF their own militaries before total domination? shit is so fukked.

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wwvax 11 points ago +11 / -0

when i was in iraq, the thing that struck me the most was that they still had rush hour traffic and people who were lucky enough to have jobs, still went to work everyday. because people have a desire to eat and have something left over, everybody from small shopkeepers to large businesses adapted to the new reality and tried their best to keep their shelves full by adapting and establishing new supply chains, etc. it was mostly the rich who could even afford to pay off smugglers in order to leave.

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wwvax 2 points ago +2 / -0

the tweet description might be current/correct, but the video is old, as in from the first week of breakdown

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wwvax 1 point ago +2 / -1

trust me on this. while the initial contact might not have included miranda warnings, the prosecutor did not bring a case to court without a proper arrest with miranda rights being read to him at the time of arrest. i think ur conflating initial contact (no miranda warnings) and actual arrest/prosecution.

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wwvax 0 points ago +1 / -1

no. it's like when someone gets pulled over for a traffic violation. they don't read you miranda rights before asking if u know how fast u were going. anything u say can always be used against you. like i said in another comment, it's not something i prefer, but it's not a departure form how things have always been. i would prefer cops be required to give u miranda warnings on contact for any reason.

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wwvax 4 points ago +5 / -1

agreed. the way the title is written, i thought the ruling would allow an 'arrest' without knowledge of the arrested and indefinite surveillance without a court order. sounds nightmarish, but actually not too different than what the N_A is already doing.

but i do like the idea of all gov LEO's being required to remind you of your miranda rights before speaking to you for any purpose

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wwvax 1 point ago +1 / -0

i haven't made any assumptions, just breaking down clues on his uniform for others. if there's a clear pic of his ribbon rack, i can break it down further.

i knew some guys that worked with spooks while deployed and if they were expected to do anything below board, they were first paper separated from the military and given a contractor job for IRS purposes. but the whole time, their official military records would be moved to a higher classification system. afterwards, they would paper rejoin the military. and none of the stuff they did with spooks would be reflected on their military records.

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wwvax 3 points ago +3 / -0

on his right sleeve, u can see he deployed 3 times by the time the pic was taken and he's wearing the old green class A uniform which started being phased out in 2010.

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wwvax 2 points ago +2 / -0

should have never been legal, but the timing... seems more of an out they're prepping for wall st for when things fall apart. shit's so fukked, no way can't trust the gov to correct itself by slapping its one hand with the other.

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wwvax 2 points ago +2 / -0

the early retirees aren't difficult to replace. it's their skilled/productive replacements that are difficult to replace

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wwvax 3 points ago +3 / -0

yea no shortage for highly paid work from home middle managers.

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wwvax 5 points ago +5 / -0
  1. early retirement due to mandate bs

  2. a lot of illegal skilled labor went back to sit things out but found with their skills, they have a decent place in their societies. same thing happened after 08.

notice most of the shortages are in very highly skilled category or the low middle/entry income.

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wwvax 1 point ago +1 / -0

he's def been missing and the theory is probably true, but i was just pointing out that it didn't come from scott ritter. too many people from various corners of the internet were putting words in his mouth and i consider scott a serious person.

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wwvax 4 points ago +4 / -0

he's referring to the reports which stated exactly that cause there were telegram posts by azov members hinting that they took him. the reports themselves weren't confirming anything, just that the kidnapping, torture, etc were likely the case based on the telegram posts.

attributing this as confirmation by scott ritter is wrong.

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wwvax 2 points ago +3 / -1

"Reports emerged..."

he's not confirming anything. nobody knows, i mean it's probably true, but scott isn't confirming it. he's just being critical of the silence despite the reports.

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wwvax 1 point ago +1 / -0

i didn't say that. i'm referring to the times in his streams where he talks about american people in very general and negative ways.

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wwvax 2 points ago +2 / -0

just to add. he's most likely captured so i'm not gonna talk shit about him specifically, but people like him really get on my nerves. what do i mean by people like him. just about everything they have, accomplished, etc. was given/taken from the US and then they turn around and shit on the country and its generous people. the US gave his parents refuge when chile was a corrupt dictatorship. their kids get educated here, given opportunities, affirmative action, earn a generous living, etc. take take take and then end up talking shit. there's no city in iraq or afghanistan as fucked as mariupol. nothing comes close to the barbarism displayed during the first chechen war. smh.

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wwvax 1 point ago +2 / -1

it's fine being anti-nwo, anti-zog, anti-us policy, etc. in many ways, americans are politically and/or psychologically captive in a similar way to the chinese. i would never degrade all chinese even though i have a problem with the ccp. no matter who or where you are in the world, the declaration of independence and us constitution, as tattered as they may be, are still the spirit and beacon of freedom that gives all of humanity inspiration. every single freedom movement. the founding fathers showed that it can be done and left wisdom on how to keep it.

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wwvax 1 point ago +2 / -1

yea, accurate in a way, but he came at it from an anti-american pov, even though he was a de facto american, while not identifying as such. tbh, it was real dumb to stay in ukraine and make anti-ukraine videos just for internet points. maybe he's still alive, who knows.

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wwvax 5 points ago +5 / -0

the system is unsustainable. once/if you come to that conclusion, you'll also likely come to the conclusion that physical precious metals, if not the best, is the most efficient way to save one's excess productivity. since no one can predict when the system will fail, some savings would be better suited to other speculations/investments.

also, on a truly basic level, energy is the economy/wealth. i don't mean just oil, but oil, electricity, fuel, calories, etc. without cheap excess fuel/energy/food, there is only basic sustenance in any society.

what i'm saying is have pm's, invest in energy, utilities, mining, consumer non discretionary, ag, etc. and do some calculated options with the dividends.

i learned the following on YT and it helped me a lot. first, think of ways to increase your income/savings. when constructing your portfolio, think of it like constructing a soccer team, allocating percentages for defense, midfielders, forwards, goalie, and bench.

i'm quite tired, but made a semi long response, cause your post resonated with me.

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wwvax 1 point ago +2 / -1

it's a bigger version of dems vs gop. were they not, along with china and other brics, part of the covid psyop lockdowns? is it just coincidence that the west's sanctions against them is somehow hurting the west? why would globohomo destroy its own population, industries, militaries, currencies, if they had a real enemy to contend with? the communist subversive destruction of the west through globohomo began decades ago and wow it must just be a casual coincidence that the biggest beneficiaries just happen to be communist and 'former' communist countries.

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wwvax 3 points ago +3 / -0

that i'm fine with, but that's not what i'm talking about. i'm talking about his lack of self awareness and his subconsciously pawning off of unoriginal superficial analyses as his own cause he thinks they're deep or something . also, he's basically a de facto american (most of his life lived in the US, educated in the US, earns in dollars using american english) but he constantly shits on all americans by referring to the leadership as 'the americans' as if the US is a monolith, but somehow he isn't a part of it just because he has a foreign identity to hide behind. he rarely does that when referring to russia or china. most of the time, when he refers to actions of their leadership, he'll say russia is doing this or china is doing that. i've been aware of this guy since the GFC when he used to submit articles to ZH. i find him annoying cause i don't see any originality about his analyses yet he does. he's 120 IQ at best but believes he's 160+. who gives af, i'm a nothing special myself. if u see value in listening to him, rock on.

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