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lifter6973

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The massive grift operation part I can't understand or ever get on board with it. The far right theories are all based on an indefinite number of conspiracies ALL being correct and ultimately connected. Its just too much.

One or two of those conspiracies, maybe. All of the nutty conspiracies, naw.
 
midevil

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It’s the government that creates most conspiracy theories. the FBI just caught red-handed , again

We have the most corrupt government in the world
The U.S., Canada, Australia, NATO countries …. All mostly white populous. Probably all equally corrupt and highly woke. Funny how the white nations are the most fucked up ideology wise. Think about it.
 
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The U.S., Canada, Australia, NATO countries …. All mostly white populous. Probably all equally corrupt and highly woke. Funny how the white nations are the most fucked up ideology wise. Think about it.
I'm thinking about it, just like you said, and I'm not seeing it. Power concentrated centrally is corrupting. Whether you're white or black or yellow. This isn't a racial thing. Corruption exists aplenty on the African continent, in Southeast Asia, as well as in the Americas and Europe.

If you push power down to the local level where the representatives are held most accountable, you get less corruption. Just imagine if you paid 5% of your taxes to Washington DC, and 25% taxes to your state capitol. Or better, 5% to Wash DC, 5% to your state capitol, and 20% to your city/county gov't. You'd know exactly who your councilman are, and they'd be accountable to their voters because they live in your community. You see them at Little League, at the grocery store, at church, etc.
 
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I'm thinking about it, just like you said, and I'm not seeing it. Power concentrated centrally is corrupting. Whether you're white or black or yellow. This isn't a racial thing. Corruption exists aplenty on the African continent, in Southeast Asia, as well as in the Americas and Europe.

If you push power down to the local level where the representatives are held most accountable, you get less corruption. Just imagine if you paid 5% of your taxes to Washington DC, and 25% taxes to your state capitol. Or better, 5% to Wash DC, 5% to your state capitol, and 20% to your city/county gov't. You'd know exactly who your councilman are, and they'd be accountable to their voters because they live in your community. You see them at Little League, at the grocery store, at church, etc.
Absolutely there is massive corruption with any and all government.
Let me rephrase my point. Predominantly white countries are the woke ones with twisted ideology. Asia, India, South America, Africa etc are all pushing back on the LBGTzzzz bs.
The trans movement is pushed hard by mostly white single females.
 
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We should have heeded the ancient warnings and never taught females how to read nor let them vote, lol.
“If it has tits or tires it will give you troubles” -Aristotle
 
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A timely article that touches on many of my thoughts. The article is about the Durham probe, but attempts to step back and look at the issues even more broadly. I have a difficult time arguing with the central point being made. A constitutional republic presupposes some minimal amount of civic virtue.

 
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A timely article that touches on many of my thoughts. The article is about the Durham probe, but attempts to step back and look at the issues even more broadly. I have a difficult time arguing with the central point being made. A constitutional republic presupposes some minimal amount of civic virtue.

What is government if not the greatest reflection of human nature? If men were angels there would be no need for government. If angels were to govern, internal and external controls on government would not be necessary.

You must first enable the government to control the governed; but more importantly, you must oblige it to control itself.

James Madison. Federalist 51.
 
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