Distinguished?For instance, at the debate last week Ramaswamy distinguished himself by calling the climate change agenda a hoax. A decently performing under-forty candidate taking such a bold stance on this topic, supposedly the number one issue among young voters, has the potential to move the conversation on it.
To be candid, the prevailing theme within all my messages has consistently been that his rise to candidacy likely possesses fewer connections to identity politics than what you or others continually presume. I also took the liberty to gently request that we avoid entangling ourselves in the realm of identity politics within this thread, solely based on identity alone. Nonetheless, you are currently encouraging me to engage with identity politics, as the conversation has unexpectedly veered in that direction, and this shift wasn't the result of my actions. I mentioned my own background because you had specifically singled me out for supporting a non-Christian candidate (I'm not), who also happens to be non-Christian, supposedly due to racial or religious factors. However, this assertion is inaccurate. What this implies is that there might be a certain correlation that really doesn't exist.
Once again, I find myself uncertain about how you perceive Hinduism as antagonistic toward Christianity within the United States. While such occurrences might take place in certain parts of India due to political volatility, it's crucial to remember that this thread isn't centered around India, Hinduism,
It’s very clear that all of Viveks campaign to be the republican presidential candidate is a front to subvert the party, But to that point, republicans aren’t really any different from democrats: both are pro gay, pro tranny, pro Israel, pro Ukraine, pro open borders,Look, I don't represent the majority of Indian-Americans in the USA, but I am sensitive enough to understand both ends to be able to have a dialogue. I don't mean any offense to any one by doing so.
Yes. None of the others either called the climate change agenda a hoax or openly agreed with the statement. All the candidates who chimed in on the question balked at challenging the narrative itself.
Why hasn't anyone ever said the above?If we assume the earth is warming, and CO2 is increasing, what is the harm? Growing seasons are lengthened, and more CO2 is available for plants, allowing them to grow larger, meaning we can feed more of the planet. If we implemented policies that reduced the Earth's temperature, a la a little ice age, certain regions would no longer be viable for growing crops, other regions wouldn't be able to grow as many crops, and humanity will suffer as a result. Your grocery bill would skyrocket. Some will starve. Nations will go to war over scarce resources. This of course, even assumes that everything they say regarding climate is true, which has not been proven.
At 58:30 of the linked video, you can see the groomed traitorous operative (currently Secy of Transportation) ask Dick Gephardt some questions. He is the one on the left in the BronzeAgePervert tweet, juxtaposed to Vivek.
I'd like to get back to this. Do you all think that the Butt-gigs and Swamy's of the world are aware? Was Obama aware?Forgetting the identity stuff for a second, perhaps it is more beneficial to have a discussion about how likely it is in fact that people are groomed or chosen, without their knowledge even, by the "deep state" or (you can insert) devious group X. It sounds like that's what this conversation is about.
"Butt-gigs". You're killing me man.That's an amazing find. When you keep seeing things like that, it's certainly more convincing that such operations might exist.
I'd like to get back to this. Do you all think that the Butt-gigs and Swamy's of the world are aware? Was Obama aware?
The bare bones of Ramaswamy's new biotech venture, Axovant ($AXON), are much discussed these days. The former hedge fund manager grabbed an abandoned GlaxoSmithKline drug for Alzheimer's for $5 million. He gathered a team together and without recruiting a single patient for a pivotal study of a marginal drug designed to treat symptoms of the disease, just raised $315 million in an upsized IPO that came in at the top of the range and promptly gyrated much higher today as investors bought in.
Axovant, with no track record, no experience and one questionable product, leaped onto the market worth much more than $1 billion.
Given the fact that GlaxoSmithKline had a chance to take a look at this drug in the clinic, and concluded that they couldn't do better than selling it for lunch money, the IPO terms illustrate the kind of overnight riches a select few can find on Wall Street, provided you have the right kind of friends with money.
It is a repost from the other thread, details the Vivek Ramaswamy stock scam. Warning :language
Dude is a billionaire from buying a fake drug, promoting it saying it’s real and in the final testing phases and even got his mom(a doctor ) to participate and make a fake study that the Alzheimer’s drug is working before finally announcing the drug doesn’t work and never will work, but not before dumping the stock to make over a billion dollars. He almost certainly had help from hedge funds to maximize his profit on this. How is any of this legal?
Well most of Congress gets rich off of the stock market so… yeah that’s legal as well
I’ll refrain from posting another enlarged meme of the Hindu happy merchant because it totally would complete the story, it sure seems like Vivek *is* the real life version of the Hindu happy merchant:
I just came here to post the video that @eradicator posted.So not only is this guy a complete fraud and white collar criminal, he did it by getting people's hopes up for a health condition that afflicts a large portion of the elderly population. On top of that, his family is completely involved in the fraud. Who are these people?
Absolutely despicable. I'm disgusted.
Military officers are held to the standard (in theory all, but at least the junior ones) that even if there is an appearance of impropriety, they may lose their commission and/or face other penalties. Why should people running for the highest office in the land be held to a lower standard than 22 year old lieutenants and ensigns?So not only is this guy a complete fraud and white collar criminal, he did it by getting people's hopes up for a health condition that afflicts a large portion of the elderly population. On top of that, his family is completely involved in the fraud. Who are these people?
Absolutely despicable. I'm disgusted.
Because those 22 year olds actually have skin in the game...they actually generally act with integrity....Unlike a RammySwammy happy Hindu merchant man who's a WEF stooge.Military officers are held to the standard (in theory all, but at least the junior ones) that even if there is an appearance of impropriety, they may lose their commission and/or face other penalties. Why should people running for the highest office in the land be held to a lower standard than 22 year old lieutenants and ensigns?
Anyone who genuinely seeks to reinforce Christian social reform would have been filtered out long ago, or eventually be co-opted into being a red herring misleading Christians who think they're saving their country by checking a ballot paper (like Ted Cruz who was the most pro-Zionist candidate next to Trump in 2016 and literally talked about carpet bombing Muslims)As a quick aside, this is a similar problem to the JQ because RC has in its history and practice something similar to tikkun olam, which is why you get godless people who call themselves catholic doing the same thing as the tribe. It's an comfortable reality for RCs in that they are structurally and institutional supporters of such ideas, which led to this connection and greater subversion (Babel).
The war in Ukraine among other things didn't go as planned, and with many people being disillusioned to the proxy war agenda, the cabal is resorting to setting up the future demographic that will fight World War III. If Gen Z white kids aren't willing to enlist and die for the bankers, there's always some Mexican or Indian or Haitian willing to take their place in exchange for bringing their clan to the US.I really think our Jewish overlords have lost their patience with us goy and are trying to accelerate things as much as possible. With all of the illegals coming in, my guess is that Whites are 50-59% of the country.
One reason I know Vivek is lying is that he will never lambast his own fellow Hindus and especially Modi's government for persecuting and martyring Christian minorities in India.This is odd. A seemingly secular Hindu, all of a sudden talking about a god he doesn't believe in.
I wonder if the accused were actually practicing witchcraft and the people acted correctly. I've heard both sides. Not important for this thread.I remember growing up being taught about The Salem Witch Trials and how evil they were. In the grand scheme of America, the Salem Witch Trials are but a blip on the radar. But every few years in grade school they were brought up again.
How people like Vivek can walk around freely, in a different country with a different culture, and pull such an outright fraudulent scam, and *then run to be the leader of said country* is a level of boldness that can only be accomplished with a docile population. I'm not sure if there is a parallel in history to even compare this to.