Race riots 2020

Pooch32

Sparrow
Both Capitalism and Communism are hierarchical constructs created by and defined by Jews. Both Capitalism and Communism centralize power at the top in the hands of Jews. In the case of Capitalism, Jewish power stems from a privately owned central bank that controls the credit cycle, access to capital, and time value of money. In the case of Communism, Jewish power stems from them leading the revolutionary movement themselves against an unsuspecting gentile population, and founding the politburo and NKVD.

Capitalism vs economic Marxism (Communism) was the dialectic of political control in the mid-20th century, and virtually every remaining Monarchy was overthrown in the process. In the early 21st century it is Zionism vs cultural Marxism, and white Western countries will be deracinated while fighting wars for Israel - the only "western" nation allowed to have a positive identity.
Communism is derived from American Liberalism. The US exported it to Russia. Russia didn't export it to the US. It's as American as American pie.

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LeoniusD

Woodpecker
Communism is derived from American Liberalism. The US exported it to Russia. Russia didn't export it to the US. It's as American as American pie.

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If you want to be a stickler for details, then it was partly American and mostly American Jewish elite who came up with communism, exporting it abroad. But it never contributed to anything good in the US or was anything Applepie. The Applepie comparison is thus faulty - that did not make the US great and had nothing to do with communism. It will however destroy the US after it had been built by a different system.
 
This might be controversial, especially for Americans, but I don't think Communism (the original, not 'cultural marxism' - which I think it's a misnomer because it really only comes about in Capitalist countries) is worse from a Christian point of view. That isn't to say Communism is good or acceptable. But what should be the primary concern of a Christian? Salvation of the soul. I always put it like this: everyone knows of all the lives lost to Communism, but rarely are mentioned the souls lost to Capitalism - and there are probably more souls lost to Capitalism than lives lost under Communism, especially because Capitalism won and keeps going, consuming souls everyday. I think we should take the long view of things, in this manner.

Archbishop Sheen put it like this in the 50s: the East has the Cross without Christ (suffering for a cause, total commitment, a total worldview to orient your life) and the West has Christ without the Cross (nominally Christian, but in practice life under Capitalism with all its luxuries and distractions detaches us from God, and in particular, from the suffering necessary for Salvation). And I have mentioned this before, but where is the place in Scripture where Christ calls someone Satan, not the sons of Satan nor doing his biding, but Satan himself? It's when Peter tries to save Him from the Cross, right after Christ tells him he is the rock upon which He will build His Church, because he recognized He was the God incarnate. So you know it's serious. It seems from Christ's perspective bland recognition of Him without recognizing what He must do (suffer and die at the Cross) is worse than simple rejection. Father Seraphim Rose also wrote that the antichrist will come not from the harsh deniers (communists) but the small affirmers (capitalism).

Obliviously we should neither want Communism nor Capitalism. But in Communism there is still some sort of absolute imperative, Capitalism is simply amoral: the only concern is efficiency and profitability. Communism always subjected its actions toward a higher goal, and sacrificed even life to it - isn't that, in a way, what Christians ought to do? Of course they did it for the wrong things. But Capitalism does not even consider right or wrong things - it's nihilistic to the core, which is why it really doesn't provoke the kind of faith that Communism or Fascism did.
Communism and christianity are completely incompatible. Communism is an atheistic ideology that actively seeks to purge religion from the people living under its tyranny. Just look at the intense persecution faced by Christians everywhere it has been put into practice. The goal of communism is to create utopia on earth, by means of a government that for all intents and purposes is "god".

Communism is an ideology, a system of government that encompasses all aspects of human life including religion, economics and family.

Capitalism is an economic system. As such, it is silent on matters outside its domain. Your faith or lack thereof has no bearing on your ability to participate in a capitalist economic system.

In contrast, if you live under a communist regime, your faith by neccessity will have to go underground. At best, Christians may be forced to join a state sponsored Christian church where everything that is taught is carefully tuned to the needs of the state. Just look at China.
 

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member

Several hours later...

Law enforcement sources tell Fox News that Jason Charter was arrested at his residence Thursday morning, without incident, and charged with destruction of federal property. He was arrested by the FBI and U.S. Park Police as part of a joint task force.

These sources add that Charter has connections to Antifa and was in a leadership role on the night of June 22 when a large group of protesters tried to pull down the statue.

“They were very organized,” a federal law enforcement official said. “Charter was on top of the statue and directing people ... they had acid, chisels, straps and a human chain preventing police from getting to the statue.”

The FBI's criminal complaint against Charter attaches screengrabs of local news videos and accuses him of also being involved in the destruction of the Albert Pike Historical Statue in Washington this month.

Citing local news video, the FBI alleges that Charter is seen “standing over the toppled Pike Statue, pouring an unknown liquid onto the statue.”

The complaint said: “He is then observed waving others away from the statue, and squatting down behind the statue where his hands are not visible. Seconds later, the statue catches fire. Charter is seen standing over the flames as it burns.”

Edit. I just realized something's off with this picture. Do they look like they're in a polyamory relationship? Two guys sharing the same girl? :vomit:


 
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Max Roscoe

Kingfisher
And you have to remember North Korea is not part of the globalist system so they are an enemy of the globalist take over. North Korea took their communist model and then hijacked it against the globalists for their own means. And I say all of this with the agreement that North Korea looks like an open air prison and a miserable place to live.

Yes North Korea looks miserable. They don't have enough food, the government is tyrannical beyond belief and the people there are prisoners within their own nation. But in 100 years, if nothing big changes, North Korea will still be North Korea. The language, the customs and the people will still live as they have lived for thousands of lives. South Korea will be California. It will be about 40% genetically Korean, many of them dressing like Americans, with their bleached hair and their perfect English accents. The other 60% of the people will be from some where else or a mix of Korea and people from some where else. And the history of the Koreans in South Korea will be completely erased.
I have not been to either Korea, so I will withhold judgement until having first hand knowledge, but just consider the fact that precisely *because* North Korea is anti-globalist, you will never, ever, ever, ever hear one single positive thing about the country. Particularly if you are living in one of its "Great Satan" enemy nations like the USA. You will in fact only ever hear anti-NK propaganda.

Now, perhaps N Korea is an awful place to live. Perhaps it is one of the happier places on earth (for one, I doubt they have problems with divorce and alimony). I imagine the reality is somewhere in between, but I certainly ignore every propaganda story that comes out of there.

The people there actually look happy, not miserable. Now, the western take on that is that they are all going around *pretending* to be happy so that Dear Leader doesn't re-educate them. Is that really true? And aren't we now seeing in the west that if one doesn't pretend to believe in diversity and trannies that one will be attacked and re-educated? Surely only a small minority of people believe this insanity truly, but the rest are just going along with it out of fear and compliance.

Prisoners in their country? Perhaps, but America imprisons more people per capita than NK. Not free to leave? Yes, the people have less freedom to travel. But if they would be opened up to globohomo and capitalism, does their society really want that? Can't there be one place on earth that walls itself off from it? How many Mongolians do you think have ever visited a foreign nation? Sure, on paper, they have the right to, but most never could financially do so, nor have the desire to. The NK policy is more about keeping its best and brightest from fleeing their society to live rich lives in the decadent west. And remember, while America makes it extremely difficult for many people to even come visit as tourists, NK will allow you to come there and see for yourself what it's like. Even though most Americans hate or ridicule them. They would lose little by shutting Americans out, but they still allow us.

They can't criticize their own leadership, which I don't like. But the reality is criticism of the awful two party system we have here doesn't really do much either. It's a freedom I'm glad to have, but if you took it away, what would really change? Cynical, I know.

This man organizes tours of N Korea. If we weren't in such an insane world right now, I would consider going. I think there is a lot to learn from them socially. Economically, maybe they don't have the latest iPhone but if they have what they need perhaps that's best for society anyway. Yes, it's easy for me to say as I live in a modern home with many luxury items. Perhaps I would hate it. I'm just saying keep your mind open and realize basically everything you have ever heard about North Korea was a lie. No one is going to hold them up as the model for the future, but I believe there is something to learn from every society.

 

wannable alpha

Woodpecker
I have not been to either Korea, so I will withhold judgement until having first hand knowledge, but just consider the fact that precisely *because* North Korea is anti-globalist, you will never, ever, ever, ever hear one single positive thing about the country. Particularly if you are living in one of its "Great Satan" enemy nations like the USA. You will in fact only ever hear anti-NK propaganda.

Now, perhaps N Korea is an awful place to live. Perhaps it is one of the happier places on earth (for one, I doubt they have problems with divorce and alimony). I imagine the reality is somewhere in between, but I certainly ignore every propaganda story that comes out of there.

The people there actually look happy, not miserable. Now, the western take on that is that they are all going around *pretending* to be happy so that Dear Leader doesn't re-educate them. Is that really true? And aren't we now seeing in the west that if one doesn't pretend to believe in diversity and trannies that one will be attacked and re-educated? Surely only a small minority of people believe this insanity truly, but the rest are just going along with it out of fear and compliance.

Prisoners in their country? Perhaps, but America imprisons more people per capita than NK. Not free to leave? Yes, the people have less freedom to travel. But if they would be opened up to globohomo and capitalism, does their society really want that? Can't there be one place on earth that walls itself off from it? How many Mongolians do you think have ever visited a foreign nation? Sure, on paper, they have the right to, but most never could financially do so, nor have the desire to. The NK policy is more about keeping its best and brightest from fleeing their society to live rich lives in the decadent west. And remember, while America makes it extremely difficult for many people to even come visit as tourists, NK will allow you to come there and see for yourself what it's like. Even though most Americans hate or ridicule them. They would lose little by shutting Americans out, but they still allow us.

They can't criticize their own leadership, which I don't like. But the reality is criticism of the awful two party system we have here doesn't really do much either. It's a freedom I'm glad to have, but if you took it away, what would really change? Cynical, I know.

This man organizes tours of N Korea. If we weren't in such an insane world right now, I would consider going. I think there is a lot to learn from them socially. Economically, maybe they don't have the latest iPhone but if they have what they need perhaps that's best for society anyway. Yes, it's easy for me to say as I live in a modern home with many luxury items. Perhaps I would hate it. I'm just saying keep your mind open and realize basically everything you have ever heard about North Korea was a lie. No one is going to hold them up as the model for the future, but I believe there is something to learn from every society.

From what I have read about NK, the only positive things are -
1. Their nationwide Intranet system which keeps out all the porn and degenerate filth. The network is only for accessing scientific literature and basic communication, which is exactly what the internet was supposed to do.

2. A higher birth rate than the more prosperous South Korea. NK TFR is 1.7 and SK's is 0.9. That's cause the NK economy is shit and people there plan their lives around their family while in SK people plan their lives around their careers.
 

Easy_C

Crow
Do we have anyone that can do some sleuthing on the orgs this d-bag worked for and figure out who was paying him? Is it an NGO or are they a front for state actors?
 

It_is_my_time

Hummingbird
Jason Charter looks so sad. Just looking at his face looks like a very sad/unhappy man. He looks trapped in his own body, a mental prison caused by his confusion from trying to mesh communism with the fact he is truly a foot soldier for the corporate elite.
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
This man organizes tours of N Korea. If we weren't in such an insane world right now, I would consider going. I think there is a lot to learn from them socially.
This is one of the most naive statements that I have ever read in this forum. What could you possibly learn from such a trip? It would be just like the tours offered by the old Soviet Union. You would tour the one supermarket in Pyongyang filled with food (for lower-level Party members without a high enough status to have food delivered directly to their homes by servants). You would stay at the one Western-style hotel in the City. You would only tour those fantasy-like sites and excursions that exalt the motherland.

You would not experience anything that shows the miserable everyday existence of the average serf. You would be steered clear of any area that remotely demonstrates the grueling daily life of the average citizen. Everyone you encountered would look fit and healthy, because they have a daily diet with three-to-four times the caloric intake of the average person (who you will never encounter). Again, what could you possibly learn?

Of course, you could always sneak away from the official tour -- and get immediately deported, imprisoned, tortured, or shot (depending upon the political clout of your home country).
 
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Mike_Key

Robin
This may have been post already, if not ... take note and learn a thing or two (but see below, for Michigan law). You can not brandish a gun until you are in a self-defense situation.

(rhetorical) Does that mean until they smash your skull with a Bike Lock? Does that mean until they, from behind you, pour gas on you and set you alight?

These laws need to be challenged concerning your immediate person, your person in a moment of time and a person's desire to de-escalate (if we truly want to talk about an honest, decent and civilized person's Intent). Sometimes it takes decades, if not a hundred years to challenge a law. Laws on the other hand are drafted and passed every 6 months to a year - decade after decade.

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https://www.tmz.com/2020/07/02/whit...mother-detroit-michigan-parking-lot-chipotle/


Michigan Compiled Laws §750.234e prohibits individuals from willfully and knowingly brandishing a firearm in public. According to MCL §750.222(c), the term “brandishing” as used in this statute refers to pointing, waving, or displaying a firearm with the intent to cause fear in another person.

The offense of brandishing a firearm in public is a misdemeanor under Michigan law that may result in up to 90 days in jail and a fine of up to $100 upon conviction. It should be noted, though, that this section does not apply to peace officers performing their official duties or individuals who are lawfully acting in self-defense or defense of another under the self-defense act.
 

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
You can not brandish a gun until you are in a self-defense situation.
Yes, that is self-defense 101 -- do not brandish a weapon unless there is a real threat. What was described in the news article was clearly not self-defense, although the mom and daughter clearly escalated the situation. Tensions are high. People should simply walk away before things escalate.

I previously posted a web link to an article about self-defense in a mob violence situation:
 

Mike_Key

Robin
Yes, that is self-defense 101 -- do not brandish a weapon unless there is a real threat. What was described in the news article was clearly not self-defense, although the mom and daughter clearly escalated the situation. Tensions are high. People should simply walk away before things escalate.
Yes, in this paradigm, in this set of values.

But that definitely brings up the point ... Where you do want to live?

In Florida, notably, Black law-men, Black Police Detectives are bothered by the Castle Law where he or they say that people are dying unduly (innocent people killing criminals, and the innocent walk free). But to or for the individual that didn't suffer "imminent peril of death or serious bodily harm", the Castle Doctrine is a beautifully written Set of Principles.

There seems to be a question: Who is allowed to die, the innocent or the criminal?

Another principle is avoid wild animals ... but then how do we fight back?

Conundrum

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A person may have a duty to retreat to avoid violence if one can reasonably do so. Castle doctrines lessen the duty to retreat when an individual is assaulted within one's own home.

Deadly force may either be justified, the burdens of production and proof for charges impeded, or an affirmative defense against criminal homicide applicable, in cases "when the actor reasonably fears imminent peril of death or serious bodily harm to him or herself or another".[1]

The castle doctrine is not a defined law that can be invoked, but a set of principles which may be incorporated in some form in many jurisdictions. Castle doctrines may not provide civil immunity, such as from wrongful death suits, which have a much lower burden of proof.

Things don't seem to be de-escalating.
John 3:16
 
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