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(10-18-2019 06:43 AM)Sosa Wrote:  
(10-15-2019 11:15 PM)Roosh Wrote:  Something fishy is going on...


Apparently 2100 Children have just been reported rescued by U.S Marines and Navy Seals from hellish underground bunkers in California during the blackout. Underground Pedophile ring in California? Fire set by DS as diversions? Was the power in California shut down so WH could complete the operation?


If this is real then everyone in your public broadcasting networks should be fired from the top down until someone starts covering these stories.

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Quote:If this is real then everyone in your public broadcasting networks should be fired from the top down until someone starts covering these stories.

Lots of weird things going on - but I'm pretty damn sure there is a huge underground network throughout the western part of the USA, namely in California and Las Vegas.


This is some truly sickening stuff if true.



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RE: The California thread
(10-18-2019 06:43 AM)Sosa Wrote:  
(10-15-2019 11:15 PM)Roosh Wrote:  Something fishy is going on...


Apparently 2100 Children have just been reported rescued by U.S Marines and Navy Seals from hellish underground bunkers in California during the blackout. Underground Pedophile ring in California? Fire set by DS as diversions? Was the power in California shut down so WH could complete the operation?


That undercover vid is in some south american shithole (Dominican republic probably) and the girls all look 18+ despite the ages claimed.

The conspiracy scene is full of paid dysinfo shills like Alex Jones.

Anything with actual evidence that gets made public is ultimately allowed by the powers that be.

Epstein and Pizzagate is probably going to unfold some more to justify a one world commie government as politics are corrupt from top down anyway so lets try something new why don't we... Smile
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(10-18-2019 06:43 AM)Sosa Wrote:  Apparently 2100 Children have just been reported rescued by U.S Marines and Navy Seals from hellish underground bunkers in California during the blackout. Underground Pedophile ring in California? Fire set by DS as diversions? Was the power in California shut down so WH could complete the operation?


That Timothy Charles Holmseth does not offer any proof. We are expected to believe his 'source in the Pentagon' is real and Timothy is not making it all up.

I want to believe but without actual corroborating proof it is not going to happen.
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(10-18-2019 06:43 AM)Sosa Wrote:  

While I don't doubt that child trafficking takes place and is a huge problem that needs solved. I'm not sure how convinced I am about the authenticity of the "sting" operation video in the tweet above. If it is the trafficking they say it is..... I don't think its going down exactly as its portrayed...as in their narrative that they are taking these innocent young girls from churches in Mexico and luring them in with promises of legit jobs in America. In that video all the girls dressed and acted like whores. Not like they thought there were headed to their shift at Dennys. I think a fair amount of girls (at least in that video) knew what was up. Mexico is a poor country and full of desperate people..... I think the age of consent in much of Mexico is 12. An everyone is aware of kids being lured away from their families with promises of good wholesome jobs.... at what point does one family think twice about sending their hot teen daughter off with some stranger.... being completely oblivious to the truth of where she is going and what she will be doing.

Again... sex slaves and human trafficking is a henious act. An I truly hope we can figure out a way to stop it soon. An yes I know its real and it happens more then any of us would like to know..... But I just feel like parts of that video and this story have been muddled by a narrative. In my opinion it goes down both ways...

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California's in trouble.

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San Francisco is losing residents because it's too expensive for nearly everyone

Quote:Social media influencer Sarah Tripp and her husband, Robbie Tripp, moved to San Francisco in 2016 brimming with optimism.

“We thought, here’s a city full of opportunities and connections where you go to work hard and succeed,” says Tripp, 27, founder of the lifestyle blog Sassy Red Lipstick.

But after a year-long hunt for suitable housing in San Francisco only turned up “places for $1 million that looked like rundown shacks and needed a remodel,” the couple packed up and moved to Phoenix.

They went from paying San Francisco rents of $2,500 for a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment that was far from shopping and other amenities, to purchasing a newly constructed 3,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home where they’ll raise their newly arrived baby boy.

“It was cool to be living near all those high-tech startups,” Tripp says of her Bay Area years. “But you quickly saw that if you weren’t part of that, you’d be pushed out. It’s just sad.”

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Yet another popular destination is even farther afield: Austin, a capital city with no state taxes and a booming tech scene that is home to Apple's latest HQ. The most recent quarter, which ended July 30, saw Austin receive 5,403 newcomers, the majority of whom came from San Francisco, Redfin says.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nati...985196002/

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I have a friend who works in the mortgage brokerage biz in San Francisco. He won't even look at applications that don't have HHI of $150k. He prefers to see HHI $200k+. You practically need to be a lower-level executive or above to afford to live there. Just nuts. Glad I moved out years ago.

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More back home from the complete unreliability of basic utilities in a supposedly 1st-world country:

Quote:My fiance been waiting to have tooth pulled 1 month now, in excruciating pain every day of it. The day she had it scheduled to be pulled was Oct 9 and pg&e decided to shut power down, now they can't do it till Nov 4th but weather getting worse and pg&e game plan is now shut down power whenever there is a threat of a storm. Doing it again this weekend,,, I'm not holding out much hope for Nov 4th.

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China is the about to become the world's largest economy (if it isn't already) and various first world nations are already asking awkward questions about its status as a "developing nation".

A prominent Californian should start a petition to list California as a developing nation in light of these clown-world outcomes.

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(10-20-2019 01:59 AM)Roosh Wrote:  San Francisco is losing residents because it's too expensive for nearly everyone

Quote:Social media influencer Sarah Tripp and her husband, Robbie Tripp, moved to San Francisco in 2016 brimming with optimism.

“We thought, here’s a city full of opportunities and connections where you go to work hard and succeed,” says Tripp, 27, founder of the lifestyle blog Sassy Red Lipstick.

But after a year-long hunt for suitable housing in San Francisco only turned up “places for $1 million that looked like rundown shacks and needed a remodel,” the couple packed up and moved to Phoenix.

They went from paying San Francisco rents of $2,500 for a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment that was far from shopping and other amenities, to purchasing a newly constructed 3,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home where they’ll raise their newly arrived baby boy.

“It was cool to be living near all those high-tech startups,” Tripp says of her Bay Area years. “But you quickly saw that if you weren’t part of that, you’d be pushed out. It’s just sad.”

...

Yet another popular destination is even farther afield: Austin, a capital city with no state taxes and a booming tech scene that is home to Apple's latest HQ. The most recent quarter, which ended July 30, saw Austin receive 5,403 newcomers, the majority of whom came from San Francisco, Redfin says.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nati...985196002/

The Austin/San Antonio area is one of my favorite in the US. At this point anyone who would choose the Bay Area over somewhere like that only has themselves to blame.

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One has to be seriously naive or low-IQ to believe that Navy SEALs are rescuing kids from "bunkers".

Maybe we should follow the rabbit, he will lead us to the truth as Q-Anon mentioned.

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God damn it. The insane cost of living is going to keep messing up the rest of the Western US as the nutty Californians keep moving in. They ruined California. They should stay there and live with the consequences.

Funny how the Left says they're all about helping the middle class and working man, then do everything they can to drive them out. Even upper middle class are struggling there. Eventually they won't have any taxpayers or productive, regular people. Insanity
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(10-20-2019 01:59 AM)Roosh Wrote:  San Francisco is losing residents because it's too expensive for nearly everyone

Quote:Social media influencer Sarah Tripp and her husband, Robbie Tripp, moved to San Francisco in 2016 brimming with optimism.

“We thought, here’s a city full of opportunities and connections where you go to work hard and succeed,” says Tripp, 27, founder of the lifestyle blog Sassy Red Lipstick.

But after a year-long hunt for suitable housing in San Francisco only turned up “places for $1 million that looked like rundown shacks and needed a remodel,” the couple packed up and moved to Phoenix.

They went from paying San Francisco rents of $2,500 for a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment that was far from shopping and other amenities, to purchasing a newly constructed 3,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home where they’ll raise their newly arrived baby boy.

“It was cool to be living near all those high-tech startups,” Tripp says of her Bay Area years. “But you quickly saw that if you weren’t part of that, you’d be pushed out. It’s just sad.”

...

Yet another popular destination is even farther afield: Austin, a capital city with no state taxes and a booming tech scene that is home to Apple's latest HQ. The most recent quarter, which ended July 30, saw Austin receive 5,403 newcomers, the majority of whom came from San Francisco, Redfin says.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nati...985196002/

My former San Francisco clients have all moved places like Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Antonio, Austin, Nashville and Denver.

There are a few now trickling into Salt Lake City and Chicago. I expect SJW policies to follow.

There seems to be a definite flow of the ruination, it moves along the lines of: Liberal entrepreneurs move to the city first, their executive employees follow, then they hire/move administrative employees. I don't know if any of these waves of people are the corruptors but they come along with spouses. These spouses are university professors, activists, etc. They are the ones that then start to drive the social changes in the new area they live in.

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Also, as per usual California is self centered. There are forest fires all over the US and North America.

It was only a few short years ago that I witnessed this light up the sky, tens of people died, the most in 60 years in US history depending on which death count you go by. It wasn't in California.




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(10-26-2019 09:22 AM)TigOlBitties Wrote:  God damn it. The insane cost of living is going to keep messing up the rest of the Western US as the nutty Californians keep moving in. They ruined California. They should stay there and live with the consequences.

Funny how the Left says they're all about helping the middle class and working man, then do everything they can to drive them out. Even upper middle class are struggling there. Eventually they won't have any taxpayers or productive, regular people. Insanity

The left: manual labor should pay a living wage.

Also the left: let's import millions and millions of unskilled third-world immigrants who will happily work those manual labor jobs for even less than they pay now.

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I don't get why power lines suddenly became dangerous. There have been storms and dry seasons forever and never these kind of mega fires in Sonoma County. Is it because the equipment is deteriorating? Or the weather is getting more intense? P,G&E always had power lines snaking through trees all over the place and you never heard of them causing fires. It was always kids playing with matches, fireworks, or careless hikers and campers doing stuff. What is going on?

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I understand the frustration at CA power companies and true they are horribly managed but there is so much more behind the scenes as to why CA is in this utility mess.

https://www.vox.com/energy-and-environme...NCBWa6HS2Q

This was actually a really well thought out article outlining some of the issues surprisingly from Vox.

I’m currently in a power line apprenticeship so I getting a greater understanding of how he grid works and it’s shortfalls
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California is burning...

Quote:More than two million people were without power on Sunday after PG&E shut off the power to more than 920,000 residences and businesses because of fears that high winds would help spark more wildfires like the Kincade Fire that's moving through Sonoma County.

In San Jose, the neighborhoods of Almaden, Alum Rock, Berryessa, Evergreen and Santa Teresa were affected and officials said they expect power to remain off on Monday.

https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news...eways.html




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Vox Wrote:The problem — which I described in detail last week — is intrinsic to what the state is trying to do, namely deliver electricity to millions of residents in often mountainous, forested areas growing hotter and dryer every year. There is probably no way for utilities to do that without starting some fires and/or cutting off the power to avoid them. (Southern California Edison is thinking of cutting off power this week.)

Australia is also heavily forested with a very hot climate, yet it doesn't seem to have 20-year long rolling blackouts. Same goes for Thailand, Panama, Brazil, Greece... to cover up California's failures, the leftist apologists are now pretending that somehow no one who lives outside of a temperate climate can possibly have access to electricity.

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(10-26-2019 04:16 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  I don't get why power lines suddenly became dangerous. There have been storms and dry seasons forever and never these kind of mega fires in Sonoma County. Is it because the equipment is deteriorating? Or the weather is getting more intense? P,G&E always had power lines snaking through trees all over the place and you never heard of them causing fires. It was always kids playing with matches, fireworks, or careless hikers and campers doing stuff. What is going on?

From my understanding it is due to California's over zealous environment protection laws and tree regulations which makes controlled burning and removal of trees difficult.
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(10-27-2019 09:40 PM)kosko Wrote:  
(10-26-2019 04:16 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  I don't get why power lines suddenly became dangerous. There have been storms and dry seasons forever and never these kind of mega fires in Sonoma County. Is it because the equipment is deteriorating? Or the weather is getting more intense? P,G&E always had power lines snaking through trees all over the place and you never heard of them causing fires. It was always kids playing with matches, fireworks, or careless hikers and campers doing stuff. What is going on?

From my understanding it is due to California's over zealous environment protection laws and tree regulations which makes controlled burning and removal of trees difficult.

Yes ask any forest firefighter and he'll say the same.

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(10-27-2019 09:40 PM)kosko Wrote:  
(10-26-2019 04:16 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  I don't get why power lines suddenly became dangerous. There have been storms and dry seasons forever and never these kind of mega fires in Sonoma County. Is it because the equipment is deteriorating? Or the weather is getting more intense? P,G&E always had power lines snaking through trees all over the place and you never heard of them causing fires. It was always kids playing with matches, fireworks, or careless hikers and campers doing stuff. What is going on?

From my understanding it is due to California's over zealous environment protection laws and tree regulations which makes controlled burning and removal of trees difficult.

Yes ask any forest firefighter and he'll say the same.

California native here.

I can confirm from several friends who are firemen. There's countless thousands of acres of dying or dead brush and trees around the state, often surrounded by tons of weeds. Any time you let so much dead vegetation stay near powerlines or structures (think sub-stations, transformers, etc.), you're going to have problems.

Additionally, there are many parts of the power grid that are outdated or lacking proper repairs. A friend who is an electrical engineer here in California (in a fire-prone area no less) has told me about how the internal conversations between electrical grid techs and engineers often rate equipment at a D grade (failing basic safety checks or at near risk of doing so in case of emergency). Keep in mind, these are engineers and techs. They aren't political people with an agenda to push. They are logical men who know what kind of systems need to be in place to keep the lights on and the fires out.

There are literally trillions of dollars of deferred maintenance in the United States (not just California) related to infrastructure. If Trump got a bill passed to work on it, there'd be tons of jobs for men, which is part of why California hates the idea of men being productive and bettering society. There's a larger thread at play here than just these fires or the power lines.

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(10-27-2019 11:49 PM)John Michael Kane Wrote:  There are literally trillions of dollars of deferred maintenance in the United States (not just California) related to infrastructure. If Trump got a bill passed to work on it, there'd be tons of jobs for men, which is part of why California hates the idea of men being productive and bettering society. There's a larger thread at play here than just these fires or the power lines.

Globalists have found ways to effectively steal infrastructure funds through shady privatization deals resulting in high interest / repayment costs or otherwise to engineer situations where high interest loans are taken out. They want to milk public funds and have little to no interest what happens when things start crumbling down and they will just move to the next country to perpetuate their schemes ad infinitum. The politicians are merely useful idiots / fall guys if shit hits the fan.

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