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budoslavic

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Infowars are gnostic civnats though.
Good grief...



I'll just post The Federalist's article on the Sunrise Movement for anyone who won't watch InfoWars or e-Girls. :rolleyes:


The Well-Funded Environmental Extremists Of The Sunrise Movement Are Gaining Within The Left
(part one)

The theatrics of the XR and Sunrise activists are anything but spontaneous, relying on an emotional appeal through impressionable youth. And mammoth moneybags are fueling it.

Photos recently popped up on Twitter of young activists supergluing themselves across passageways within the U.S. Capitol in the hopes of prompting Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and other House Democrats to declare a “climate emergency.” These fresh-faced, khaki-wearing rapscallions belong to a group called Extinction Rebellion, or XR, one of several organizations the Momentum Community and its parent, the Boston-based Ayni Institute, “incubated.”

Founded in the United Kingdom, Extinction Rebellion now has more than 50 chapters across the United States and hundreds more around the world. Like XR, the Sunrise Movement is dedicated to advancing climate change legislation worldwide, including declaring climate emergencies.

In fact, its use of terms such as “climate emergency,” “climate justice,” and similar inventions has been underway since at least the mid-2000s. It has shifted the discussion on climate change policy from practical environmental policy to a moral imperative by linking it to issues such as equality of the sexes, migration, and racial divisions.

The theatrics of the XR and Sunrise activists are just that: rehearsed, premeditated, and anything but spontaneous. Climate change guru Bill McKibben of the older group 350.org and his colleague Margaret Klein Salamon, author of a manifesto titled “Leading the Public into Emergency Mode,” already wrote the script for this play.

In her polemic, Salamon attempts to reframe the discussion entirely: “Climate justice” is no longer just a moral cause but an Armageddon-like struggle for survival against survival. Like wasteful civilians during World War II, the greedy carbon-emitting industries are contributing to the “enemy” threat of extinction.

Salamon promotes this analogy in the manifesto, and now Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is echoing it. Salamon’s document opens with the following rhetorical question: “Imagine there is a fire in your house. What do you do? What do you think about?” Fifteen-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg uses the same analogy in many of her opening remarks.

McKibben and his ilk already had the ear of powerful corporate sponsors such as Avaaz (which took donations from BP, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan) and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, to the tune of $200,000 to $25o,000 per year since 2013, to his nongovernmental organization 350.org. Their global Divest-Invest campaign has attracted the support of the far-left mega-donor Wallace Global Fund (WGF), an organization founded by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s socialist Vice President Henry A. Wallace (other accounts claim his son Robert founded it).

It is easy to forget that McKibben was a senior backer of the Bernie Sanders 2016 presidential campaign and was even on the senator’s five-member delegation to the Democratic National Committee’s platform-drafting meetings that year and fumed about the DNC’s refusal to adopt his proposals in Politico. Like Sanders, McKibben has settled in Vermont and is an environmental science professor (through an endowment) at Middlebury College. The position was created through the Schumann Foundation Center for Media and Democracy, which receives funding from the Open Society Foundation (George Soros) and the Tides Foundation.

The Activism Academy and Its Bankrollers

What is the connection between young activists with XR and Sunrise, and the celebrity environmentalist academic McKibben? One would be naive to think the relationship is merely one of inspiration. That is what McKibben would have the public believe. He even claimed earlier this year that it was Sunrise that was hatching the Green New Deal, although it was adopted from previous proposals by the U.N. Environmental Programme and New Economics Foundation.

In fact, several of Sunrise’s founding activists are alumni of 350.org, including its most visible spokesperson Varshini Prakash and founding president. Its initial officers Evan Weber, Matt Lichtash, and Michael Dorsey had all been affiliated with either Occupy Wall Street or the Sierra Club. Wallace Global Fund also awarded its Henry A. Wallace Award to the Sunrise Movement this year.

WGF has a mammoth endowment that it distributes to other radical groups such as Greenpeace, the Tides Foundation, the Center for American Progress, and The Nation Institute. All of these groups call for fossil fuel divestment, but this is easier said than done.

WGF, through its own investment (as of 2017) in the Brandes International Equity fund, indirectly invests in Eni S.p.A. and Engie S.A. It also invests in Generation Investment Management, a gigantic firm chaired by former Vice President Al Gore that claims to have $22.1 billion of assets under management. The Rockefeller Foundation is even more opaque with massive holdings in equity long/short and event-driven hedge funds that tend to invest in oil and gas.

The hook-up is no coincidence. Through the Ayni Institute, activists from these and other “grassroots” movements are trained in digital age adaptations of the same organizing tactics Saul Alinsky taught. The institute’s director, Carlos Saavedra, admits this. He proudly touts his training through Alinsky’s Industrial Areas Foundation.

The Momentum Community acts as the training workshop for Ayni. And the movements Momentum “incubates” include not only Sunrise but the Movimiento Cosecha (Harvest Movement), dedicated to defending illegal immigrant claims to U.S. citizenship, and IfNotNow, a Jewish American organization advocating for ending support for the Israeli government until the occupation of the West Bank is ended. XR has also sent activists to Ayni Institute trainings. Much of the focus of these sessions is on deciding how much centralized control, or lack thereof, a “grassroots” movement needs.

Ultimately, the Momentum Community does not serve a solely instructional role. Its members end up serving positions of leadership within the “incubated” movements — insofar as they acknowledge they have leaders. Within Sunrise, for example, founding activists Will Lawrence, Dyanna Jaye, and Sara Blazevic are all current trainers with Momentum Community.
 

budoslavic

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The Federalist's article continued (part two)
Robbing the Cradle Before Soaking the Rich

A major element of Sunrise’s strategy is its focus on recruiting among younger voters and even minors, through school chapter meetings and walk-outs. It is not the first politicized youth movement by any stretch of the imagination. It should, however, give pause that it is preaching end-times warnings to children that have scarcely learned to drive. Two of the activists The Guardian featured in a glowing profile in March were high school students.

Even Rolling Stone, when covering Sunrise’s protest at Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s office in February, remarked that some of the children looked to be in elementary school. “We are asking you to be brave and to do this for us and for your grandchildren,” a Sunrise protester said to the California Democrat. When Feinstein pushed back on the children’s demands, the adults took control and attempted to emotionally blackmail her by claiming the Green New Deal was “enormously popular.”

The tactic is compelling for many observers that are already climate change “converts,” but it relies entirely on an emotional appeal through impressionable youth and doesn’t cite any data. While Ocasio-Cortez has famously reneged on her statement of a 12-year window to disaster, both XR and Sunrise publicly use that figure, and they even sell a T-shirt with “12 years” emblazoned on the front.

In the wake of her claim that she was joking, neither the congresswoman nor Sunrise issued any statement clarifying what the “real” window was or whether they were sticking with 12. Perhaps, they’re revising it to a rounder 10, as presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke has estimated. The reason these questions remain unanswered is that, as her then-chief of staff Saikat Chakrabarti famously confirmed to Sam Ricketts, climate policy aide to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, the Green New Deal has nothing to do with climate change.

The Masterful Spin Doctor

Perhaps the most powerful position a Momentum Community alumnus has reached is that of Waleed Shahid, who today is the communications director of the Justice Democrats and a key figure in the Pennsylvania Working Families Party. Shahid was one of the earliest core members of Momentum when Ayni was still called “Movement Mastery.”

Shahid also seems to have a knack for creating topics of discussion Ocasio-Cortez likes to repeat, such as blaming the Philadelphia refinery explosion of June 21 on the “fossil fuels economy.” Later that day, seemingly with no other inspiration besides Shahid and the Sunrise Movement’s announcement five minutes after his, the congresswoman from the Bronx tweeted out a take that connected the explosion to the “existential crisis” of climate change. This is far from the only time Shahid’s tweets seemed to be coordinated with, precede, or hype the goings on of either Ocasio-Cortez or other members of “The Squad.”

According to Politico Magazine, Shahid is the one credited with focusing Justice Democrats’ efforts on her congressional race against incumbent Democrat Rep. Joe Crowley. Shahid also offered one of the earliest responses in support of Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar’s “all about the Benjamins” comment about the American Israel Public Affairs Committee that set off a media firestorm. His Twitter feed is replete with retweets of Sunrise’s posts.

Regardless of the merits of his political positions, Shahid is rapidly proving himself to be a masterful political spin doctor, and his work has yielded results. Thanks to his fusion voting strategy, Sunrise-endorsed candidates (all Democrats) have won five seats in the Pennsylvania legislature and three more in the New York state Senate. It also has five endorsed candidates that won U.S. House seats, including all members of “The Squad.”

Does Sunrise Own The Democratic Party?

Sunrise’s influence on the Democratic presidential nomination is becoming more apparent by the week. During the July debate in Detroit, Sunrise activists staged a raucous protest outside the Fox Theatre venue that included appearances by union leaders, Prakash, and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. Organizers claimed a crowd of 1,200 demonstrators.

After the first debate in June, the Sunrise activists succeeded in lobbying for two climate forums on CNN and MSNBC in September. Sunrise was quick to note on July 25 that it is not satisfied that these are “forums” as opposed to “debates.” Chris Hayes, an editor-at-large with The Nation — a publication that has given copious editorial space to Sunrise, including publishing three separate appeals for reader support for Sunrise just this year — will host the MSNBC forum.

Somehow Inslee, who has staked his campaign on climate change and whose plan Sunrise has endorsed, has not RSVPed for the event. Neither has Tom Steyer, a person deeply tied to McKibben. Steyer’s nonprofit NextGen America is also tied to Sunrise, and according to the New York Times, the two groups “strategize” together.

Inslee may not be going because he is already a full convert. In an outburst during the Democratic debate on July 31, he berated former vice president Joe Biden, yelling, “We cannot work this out! The time is up. Our house is on fire. We have to stop using coal in 10 years!”

The Momentum Community has been attempting to claw into positions of higher influence. In June, the IfNotNow group sent six paid fellows to follow candidates around New Hampshire to pressure them to commit to “ending the occupation” of Palestine. They succeeded in getting an affirmative answer from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., whose staff includes Max Berger, an IfNotNow co-founder and paid associate of Justice Democrats.

No counterweight is acting against it in the Democratic Party, as many of its members are alumni of the Sanders campaign. The illusion is that groups such as these are providing the energy and enthusiasm of youth, while Shahid and other heavyweights such as McKibben are providing the support. The reality is that these calculating, power-hungry backroom dealers now have an army of followers willing to make a scene and get arrested on behalf of their doomsday prophecy.
 

budoslavic

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Recent post via Medium by The Sunrise Movement.

The Climate Justice Movement Must Oppose White Supremacy Everywhere — By Supporting M4BL

George Floyd was murdered. Ahmaud Arbery was murdered. Whether by cops or vigilantes, both had their lives tragically cut short by white supremacy, which dehumanized them in the eyes of their fellow Americans.

They are far from the only ones, even in recent weeks. Alongside millions of Americans, we have watched these events unfold with rage and sadness in our hearts. We side with protesters in Minneapolis and cities around the US in demanding justice for George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and the countless others whose lives have been cut short by anti-Black racism and police violence.

The United States was built by African slaves on land stolen via Indigenous genocide. As a movement for climate justice, we know that it is necessary to dismantle the underlying systems of extraction, segregation, and racist inequality that have allowed for the exploitation of people and the environment they live in. We cannot achieve climate justice without moving away from police and prisons. Prison labor is only the newest form of racially inflected slave labor in America, with the police as the most recent arm of enforcement. Without racial healing and reparations, there cannot be climate justice.

I want to get personal here for a moment, because, as a Black man who lives in the Twin Cities, these last few weeks have been very hard for me. As protests have unfolded following the murder of George Floyd and others spring up around the United States, I feel a pull to return to my roots in racial justice organizing.

Before my involvement with Sunrise, I didn’t identify with the climate movement. I have always seen the climate movement as too white, too middle-class, and often more concerned with trees and polar bears than with the human destruction climate change wreaks disproportionately upon Black and Brown communities around the world.

The intersectionality of the Green New Deal is what brought me to Sunrise Movement, and it is what has brought so many people of color into movements for climate justice, particularly the Indigenous movements that have always led the way. For us people of color, the fight against climate change exists alongside the fight against white supremacy and colonialism.

We see the climate crisis unfold at the border every day, as immigrants from countries driven into famine and drought by climate change come here, seeking a better life, and instead are locked in cages. And we see far too many climate movements remain silently complicit in white supremacy.

This has to change.

Sunrise Movement is committed to the fight against racism in all its forms and encourages other groups in the climate and environmental movement to join us in speaking out. Now is not the time to stay on the sidelines.

We know many people are hurting, numb, angry, scared, and confused right now. We see you and we are with you. We also hope this is a moment for people of all races, and especially white folks who have the most responsibility for upholding white supremacist systems, to speak out, come together, and commit to ending racism, which will be a lifelong fight.

As individuals, we are showing up for protests and actions organized by those leading the fight for justice for George Floyd and others either killed by police violence or stolen away by mass incarceration (Sunrise Principle 10: we stand with other movements for change).

We must all also educate ourselves and take steps to address the ways in which we have internalized white supremacy — particularly those of us who are white.

Also as individuals, we also give what we can (from Principle 6), in terms of both money and time. Here are some of the Black-led groups that need our support:

Black Vision Collective (Minneapolis)
Reclaim the Block (Minneapolis)
Dream Defenders (Florida)
Donate to the Louisville Community Bail Fund (Louisville)

As a collective, we demand a new chapter in this country. As climate activists, we imagine a world that looks nothing like our own, one where we have stopped climate change by transforming our whole economy. If we believe we can win a Green New Deal in our lifetimes, we can also envision a world without racism and white supremacy in our lifetimes, and commit to making it happen.

Much as we support defunding fossil fuel companies to invest in the future of humanity, we must also support the defunding of white supremacist institutions — including the police and prison-industrial complex — to invest in healing and reparations for Black communities. That is what it means to fight for racial justice, and nothing less.
 
You seem to be in a stage where there is more confusion and more questions than answers and certainty. I don't know how anyone else can give you clarity when you are all over the place. Keep consuming the right info and hopefully you will be able to connect the dots in a way that makes sense for you personally. Its also important to discard all the baggage that the mainstream narrative hands us. There is no guarantee you will reach clarity though, you might also go further down the path of confusion or anger or black pill. If you can put yourself in the shoes somewhat of the kind of people that are at the top orchestrating this thing it might make more sense, if you keep looking at it from the perspective of an average person it will seem like madness. ''Why are they destroying everything ???''. the fact is they are just destroying everything for YOU. They'll go on to live like kings, like all the dictators in poor countries do. Actually they will probably advance their lifestyle by impoverishing the rest of society and wiping out all Opposition. ( it is madness to us, but not to them ). I think they long for the day to no longer have to pretend to be like everyone else and can also fly in their airplanes with high end cars and 50 pet hawks with impunity whenever they go on a trip.

If you had pretty strong control, and good advancement in science, but you could gain nearly total control but have to sacrifice some speed in scientific advancement wouldn't you do it ?. The first poses a risk of losing power, The latter nearly guarantees they will get there, even if it is slower. We don't need a society like we had until now for science to keep advancing 99% of the population doesn't contribute to it.

They are not sitting on these significant lifespan enhancing technologies now i guess, but they certainly have something going on. These elite seem to last quite long. Its all further off on the horizon as well as A.I and machine/mind connections. They just want to guarantee that they will be in total control from now until we get there and beyond. It's re arranging the board in their favor and it just so happens the best way to do that is to your detriment. Let go of the why are they doing this to me/us idea or it will never make sense. They don't care or consider what the effects are for everyone else are. If giving people opportunities/happiness will advance their agenda they do it. If making life a living hell for the general public advances their agenda they will do it. they think for themselves first and whatever happens or must be done to the rest is just a logical step.
I don't really care much for answers and certainty. I'd rather be the one doing the learning than the teaching. I actually love to be wrong so that I can learn.

I still stick to my original opinion for now. I have no idea what they are doing, but it seems utterly retarded to me.

I know people always like to talk about "4D chess" but I just look at the reality in front of me.
 

Easy_C

Crow
They’re both intricately connected so far as I can tell. There seems to be backing from both of the same people (usual NGO suspects funding both) with the goal of making a push to make the control grid more restrictive and punish whites for voting in Trump.

I am curious where the zio faction comes into this now that the reform faction has struck back hard. One moment I noticed that seemed to be a significant paradigm shift leading up to this was the Iran deal. It pissed a lot of people off who usually don’t react the way they did to foreign policy news such as causing Israel to make moves against Obama. I’m also curious where the Muslim elites fit into this as they have significant influence over the rioters and I have reason to believe they’ve been doing some of the organizing.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Vox came through with an interesting observation.
The other great replacement

One of the reasons Jewish politicians like the feckless Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey are being parachuted into places like Minnesota to run for office is because they can't safely expect to win elections in their historical strongholds anymore. Unlike easily-deceived white Americans, the replacements their predecessors summoned in 1965 are not interested in being "represented" by an alien tribe.
Eliot Engel, a Zionist warmonger who has been in Congress since 1989, has been crushed at the ballot box by Bernie Sanders and Ilhan Omar endorsed black leftist Jamaal Bowman in New York’s majority non-white 16th District.

The outcome is a stunning blow for the Zionist lobby. The Israeli Engel is the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee who voted for the Iraq war and advocates extreme neo-conservative policies. While Engel is a Democrat, he is considered to be an important AIPAC asset in Washington.

Engel touted high powered endorsements from Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and even the bought out Congressional Black Caucus over his black insurgent opponent.

Nevertheless, Bowman’s unexpected momentum prompted a massive avalanche of Jewish money to Engel, including from Republican Party Super PACs, in an attempt to try and save his seat.

While Engel and his Super PACs outspent the underdog many times over, Bowman is currently leading him by 25 points with 670 of 732 precincts reporting.
Notice that even Republicans were donating heavily to the longtime Democrat on purely ethnic grounds. This alone should be sufficient to convince you that an ideological perspective on politics is intrinsically incorrect in a multiracial, multireligious state.
Is it possible they're losing control of the golem?
 

DanielH

Pigeon
Vox came through with an interesting observation.


Is it possible they're losing control of the golem?
What's happening here in America has the same spirit of the Spanish Civil War with an added dose of diversity. In the Spanish Civil War, the “Republicans” fought amongst themselves, Syndicalists vs Marxists vs Anarcho communists, which is one of the reasons they lost against Franco.

If the Spanish left fought so much against themselves with minimal diversity (though there are several cultures in Spain), imagine how it will be here in America.

Don't let that give us false hope though. This weakness of the left only let General Franco win because he was fighting them. We have not yet begun to fight, and I don't know if we ever will. I was just talking to my future father in law, who acknowledges this country has been lost to diversity and the left, but he doesn't want to fight against it through his own admission because “I will be dead once they truly take over” (paraphrasing).
 
Here is my prediction for what will happen next:

a. BLM continues to agitate
b. Violence and gun violence continue to soar creating chaos and fear.

If by a miracle Trump wins (between ballot stuffing MSM, the deep state and big tech censorship and Republican Cuck Treason, that's not likely) :
a. riots and violence intensify and include terrorist acts.
b. Trump tries to stop it MSM gets pictures like the Selma Alabama riots (or stage them) - blacks being 'oppressed' - military and deep state refuse to back Trump and force a resignation and cuck GOP replacement or a dem. Don't underestimate Republican cooperation with the Democrats and Deep state. The whole time they will be saying 'that's not fair' and do nothing.

If Biden wins we all know he resigns and a far left activist takes over, from there:
  1. Supreme court takes 2nd Amendment cases they have been putting off and makes outrageous rulings against the right to bare arms.
  2. Heavy MSM campaign to show, not black crime but 'guns' are the 'cause' of violence. They hope for a money shot of a white guy defending himself with a gun against a black criminal (Who will be turned into a saint). Cries of 'black bodies dying because of racist white gun owners'.
  3. Dem'/cuck Australia style arms confiscation.
  4. Some white guys resist - MSM reports it as white supremacist terror and calls out the army.

From there one we find out who the white hats are and people choose sides.

As someone said -" the globalists keep kicking a dog, hoping it will try to bite back, so they can justify shooting it".
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Here is my prediction for what will happen next:

a. BLM continues to agitate
b. Violence and gun violence continue to soar creating chaos and fear.

If by a miracle Trump wins (between ballot stuffing MSM, the deep state and big tech censorship and Republican Cuck Treason, that's not likely) :
a. riots and violence intensify and include terrorist acts.
b. Trump tries to stop it MSM gets pictures like the Selma Alabama riots (or stage them) - blacks being 'oppressed' - military and deep state refuse to back Trump and force a resignation and cuck GOP replacement or a dem. Don't underestimate Republican cooperation with the Democrats and Deep state. The whole time they will be saying 'that's not fair' and do nothing.

If Biden wins we all know he resigns and a far left activist takes over, from there:
  1. Supreme court takes 2nd Amendment cases they have been putting off and makes outrageous rulings against the right to bare arms.
  2. Heavy MSM campaign to show, not black crime but 'guns' are the 'cause' of violence. They hope for a money shot of a white guy defending himself with a gun against a black criminal (Who will be turned into a saint). Cries of 'black bodies dying because of racist white gun owners'.
  3. Dem'/cuck Australia style arms confiscation.
  4. Some white guys resist - MSM reports it as white supremacist terror and calls out the army.

From there one we find out who the white hats are and people choose sides.

As someone said -" the globalists keep kicking a dog, hoping it will try to bite back, so they can justify shooting it".
They're not going to give Red America a valid justification to start shooting people. They'll piss about with federal gun control legislation in order to keep Red America agitated and focused on that issue while they advance other objectives. State level gun control will ramp up but that's not enough to create a federal level insurrection. In the end the Dems will throw up their hands and say "gee, you win this time" and Red America will beat their chest in victory while their kids are attending the newly mandatory drag queen reading sessions.
 

infowarrior1

Ostrich
Recent post via Medium by The Sunrise Movement.

The Climate Justice Movement Must Oppose White Supremacy Everywhere — By Supporting M4BL



This website I follow in regards to Environmental issues:

is full of subversion. And attempts to socially engineer Rural communities and spreading Feminism alongside Permaculture and so forth. Poisoning otherwise viable solutions to real problems by making it a package deal with LGBT and "Women's Empowerment".
 
They're not going to give Red America a valid justification to start shooting people. They'll piss about with federal gun control legislation in order to keep Red America agitated and focused on that issue while they advance other objectives. State level gun control will ramp up but that's not enough to create a federal level insurrection. In the end the Dems will throw up their hands and say "gee, you win this time" and Red America will beat their chest in victory while their kids are attending the newly mandatory drag queen reading sessions.
I disagree. I think the deep state/globalists will try their big move after this election which will be one of, if not, our last. Any move will have to involve disarming like in Australia. Why do you think SCOTUS keeps deferring those high profile 2nd Amendment cases?

I agree they won't simply declare 2nd null and void, they will just interpret and regulate it out of existence as it is in New York City (Unless you are the body guard of the super wealthy) and California.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Why would they bother?

They just nuked tens of thousands of small businesses, gave a few trillion dollars of fed money to their donors, and did it all while telling Americans "stay in your f###ing house or else", and there was barely a peep. A few protests. That was it.

The guns are a safety blanket. "If we have the guns then we're still free". You can literally do anything to Americans as long as you let them keep their guns. Why take them away?
 
You can literally do anything to Americans as long as you let them keep their guns.
Not true. In fact there were armed protests on some state capitals. During the riots in areas with gun owners, they came out to protect their property.
I admit we have been 'tolerant' of too much but we have crossed a Rubicon in the last few weeks - the mask has finally come off the elite.

But let me put it this way... if this is what they do when they know we have guns, what will they do when we don't have them?

Why take them away?
Because they haven't even begun to do what they want to do to us and that will require taking our guns away first.
Removing guns is a top priority for globalists. Again I ask, why do you think they are deferring those important 2nd Amendment cases?
 

Blade Runner

Woodpecker
The hits will keep on coming but ... will something else big happen before the election? Or might it be a reaction out of a "second wave" policy/re-lockdown?
 

Ironside

Sparrow
They’re both intricately connected so far as I can tell. There seems to be backing from both of the same people (usual NGO suspects funding both) with the goal of making a push to make the control grid more restrictive and punish whites for voting in Trump.

I am curious where the zio faction comes into this now that the reform faction has struck back hard. One moment I noticed that seemed to be a significant paradigm shift leading up to this was the Iran deal. It pissed a lot of people off who usually don’t react the way they did to foreign policy news such as causing Israel to make moves against Obama. I’m also curious where the Muslim elites fit into this as they have significant influence over the rioters and I have reason to believe they’ve been doing some of the organizing.
It's rather easy if you consider that the Republicans are Zionists and the Democrats are Bolsheviks.
They realized that the white population was becoming way too woke on the JQ, and such using them as their enforcement military arm wasn't tenable. Ask yourself, if a draft came up to go fight in Iran, would you go? Would you friends go? To leave your home and your family under the protection of this state? No white man with a shred of sense would agree.
You sure about that?
Yes
 
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