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Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:20 | 835310 gwar5
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The necronomy is just fine!

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:53 | 835321 Malcolm Tucker
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Yes it is "just fine". After all, there couldn't be anything wrong with a system that lets 

ONE SECRET SENATOR derail a government whistleblower protection act that everyone else voted for:


Oh and Germany is considering Israeli style profiling! Talk about flashbacks! WTF!



Wed, 12/29/2010 - 08:37 | 835351 gwar5
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Secret Santa: Murkowski

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 08:46 | 835354 CitizenPete
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Simply more fundamentalist state tyranny packaged in a gift box with a security blanket and a toxic pacifier.  Stay warm and suck it.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:10 | 835373 the not so migh...
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Real news not on MSM.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:59 | 835448 Husk-Erzulie
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wtf?  Now that is interesting indeed.  Since when do Senate rules include the "secret hold" I wonder?

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 11:02 | 835557 benburnyanki
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Miss Merkel must give a horendously terrible blow job to the Israelis since she has had to cough up so many free shiney new u-boats that Israel uses to threaten the rest of the world to do what Mossad says or big I will nuke them. I am so sick of Israel beating up Germany like their bitch after the Rothschilds (Israel was funded by Rothschilds in 1930 so a Rothschild is on the Israeli 500 shekal dollar bill - not a dead president). Not only that, Rothschilds funded Hitler via BIS Swiss bank the full length of war to keep Nazis going 6 years to scare all the Jews in to trying to grow crops in their new home Israel that Big R had just bought them. No jew is stupid and they would never have moved to Israel and started shooting Arabs who's Sharia Law forbids Interest Lending, but Makes Big R Big Bucks.

So not only is Oil spikes bullshit, but every major economic and political event is a con job and u need look no further than Big R's Big Nose to find the culprit. The R's own all shares in all oil firms via secret offshore irrevocable trusts sheeple.

London's Rothschild banking beatches have been chaining up the Fed and ECB and BofE to the po' folk who have no money in the bank earning interest for 800 years since banking was invented in Italy. What an astonishing coincidence that England has been running point man against all wars against Arabs ever since as Arab Sharia Law forbids Interest Lending.

The Rothschilds are the Jew Mafia Dons. Jewish/Russian Mafia has taken over the world and especially the USA. All Bush's cabinet was Jewish. Hollywood is Jewish Mafia controlled. Banks are Jewish Mafia controlled. Universities back East are Jewish Mafia controlled. FBI, CIA, NSA, DEA, DHS, EPA, FDA, FCC, and Treasury are all Jew Mafia controlled.

Mayer Lansky Jew Mob Boss ran america, not the Sicialian Mafia folks. 80% of Russian Mafia are Jewish so Putin ROOOOOOOOOCKS for putin Khordokovsky in Siberian Prison. It was Khordokovsky who was driving that front end loader!!!!!!!!!!

We are so f**ked its not funny and all the crazy bitches that had babies in a world run by the Mafia are Mafia Dona Pigs who only care about what goes in and what comes out of their little fat asses.

Having babies around Mafia like smokin' cigarettes in gunpowder factory!

Now repeat after me: this is my rifle this is my gun, this one's fer mafia, this one's for cun(t).

Ben Burnyankee say: "We wacked Jesus & JFK for Bank Bustin' and walked, and have a 40 foot container of Gringo Bar-B-Q sauce"

Read Best Bank Book "None Dare Call It Conspiracy":


Video shows CIA & LAPD Import Cocaine:


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 12:41 | 835796 tamboo
Wed, 12/29/2010 - 14:27 | 836037 Pseudo Anonym
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you really need to refocus your effort on the big picture. Who cares about the likes of Rothschilds etc. They are and always will be nothing more than hofjuden that betray jews and sent them to gas chambers at the drop of a coin whenever their master orders them. Jews are planted, stupid decoys for the likes of you to bitch about them so the puppeteers can continue pulling strings from behind the scenes to accomplish their goals. You need to figure out who "the man" is to understand what's going on. And let me assure you, the "man" is not a jew. He most likely comes from the ranks of your tribe - judging by the position you're taking. Long live vatican and the jesuit order!

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:37 | 835322 TBT or not TBT
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Indeed, The Night of the Living Dow sounds about right.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:54 | 835335 malikai
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Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:41 | 835422 High Plains Drifter
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Don't worry about it. Our Chinese made junk has been flying off the shelves. What me worry? Ha ha ha



Harry Wanger.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:07 | 835464 SheepDog-One
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'Necronomy', sums it all up perfect.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:23 | 835311 Alcoholic Nativ...
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Fuck you.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:32 | 835314 BigDuke6
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OPEC are liars who despise the west.

They manipulate production to suit themselves and no one else.

after ww2 the whole middle east should have been annexed and pumped dry. 

then we could still have had our goddam V8's filled up for 20 bucks.

until at least 2025...


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:38 | 835323 snowball777
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I love the smell of ignorance in the morning.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:50 | 835332 luigi
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I hope BigDuke meant to be sarchastic...

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 08:02 | 835341 snowball777
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I believe he did (as did I).

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 13:50 | 835961 DaveyJones
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manifest destiny will get the best of me

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:44 | 835327 TBT or not TBT
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Annexed, no, but a serious application of old school british empire style imperialism would have been nice, to impose modernity, rule of (non-sharia) law, capitalism, schools, armies worth a flip, and much else.    Instead we have these tyrannical population-overshoot basket cases where reciting the quoran passes for basic education and oil money brings bucks to prop up the tyrannies and crazies alike, and keep the women wrapped up, locked up, and ignorant.    Nothing like a solid century of imperial occupation to throw down on ancient backwardness.    Just ask India.    Two centuries under the british empire.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:52 | 835334 Alcoholic Nativ...
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Sharia law = law law

Why is the west so afraid of the rule of law? And more absurdly, convinced it is bringing it to other countries through imperialist crusades?

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:36 | 835418 MobBarley
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Sharia law, much like any other codified system of law with a minor l, is what men compose when their subconscious knows they cannot fulfill the Golden Law.


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:08 | 835466 SheepDog-One
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NICE reply MobBarley!

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:41 | 835514 tmosley
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EXCELLENT post.  There is a huge difference between the law and legislation.  

Laws are not made by men, but exist within us as a function of a very simple set of rules that inform complex behavior, namely that one has a right to self ownership, and a right to property.  Others describe it as the right to life, liberty, and property, though I would say that the second is derivative of the first, and the first is derivative of the third (through self ownership).

I am not a religious man, but if there is proof of God anywhere in the whole of the universe, it is there, in those rights.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 14:59 | 836144 Clycntct
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"right to property"

I was looking at a little popup image on top of the crocodiles head as he was chomping the gazelle.

I have a right to lunch.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:46 | 835527 Alcoholic Nativ...
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Listen you jackass, who are you to school me on the golden rule?

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 11:41 | 835633 luigi
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Would you be pleased to be called jackass yourself?

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:36 | 835419 Revolution_star...
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"Sharia law = law law"

Screw Sharia law and screw Christian law while your at it.

I am sick and tired of stupid people and their weak ass, made up gods.

What did Carlin say?

This is the work of an omnipotent god, this is the best he can do? This looks like the work of an incompetent god to me. Religion is a mental disorder and serves but one purpose, to control.

Matter of fact I'm sick of "law" in general. If it doesn't apply to every swinging dick, then it's just another form of control.

I think it's time we gave Anarchy a try, I know I would fair better under anarchy and the oligarchs wouldn't last a week. Let's give that a go for a while, until the oligarchs are gone anyway.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:43 | 835519 stewie
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Love Carlin.  

Problem with Anarchy is that ppl quickly regroup and organize and start killing and stealing each other's stuff.  But some scheme involving decentralization of power is certainly a good way to go.


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 12:16 | 835739 Seer
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"Problem with Anarchy is that ppl quickly regroup and organize and start killing and stealing each other's stuff."

How is it any different with mainstream govts of today?

As you probably grasp (many do not), centralized govts brought us massive systems for murder (and theft).

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 11:46 | 835523 KickIce
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George Washington:  Man can not govern properly without God and the Bible.


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 12:30 | 835772 Seer
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Believe me when I say that I lie...

If man is unable to be trusted, then how can we trust man to tell us that "God" and the "Bible" are to be used/trusted?  How is a paralized deaf and dumb person (created by "God") supposed to understand/follow the "Bible?"

Do I follow YOUR interpretation of the words?  I mean, when it depends on the definition of "is?"* (*Given that the US was chosen by "God," and that any US president is therefor picked by "God" [if not, then is "God" slacking on his job?], and one of "God's" leaders cannot even define the word "is," well...) (and then there was GWB, but I won't go there- a sure embarassment to "God")

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 12:53 | 835829 KickIce
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The principle are there for all to read.  You've got the 10 Commandments, the 2 Great Commandments, the Sermon on the Mount not to mention the parables that Jesus taught.

That being said, man is given the agency to choose for himself.  We choose not only the way we live but also those that lead us.  Unrighteous people have a tendency to put unrighteous people in power and you have to look no further that DC to prove this out.  Bottom line, God has given us freedom and the framework for success but we are pissing it down the drain.

Let the junks commense.


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 13:41 | 835931 PRO.223
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Exactly right KickIce

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 14:30 | 836070 colorfulbliss
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Oh please do tell of this righteous person that was put into power by those who are righteous in recent history......


That's what I thought.



Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:50 | 835537 tenaciousj
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I would argue that the majority of people want, and some perhaps need someone to lead them.  Be it a king, commitee or whatever.  They simply have no desire or ability to put forth the effort to take resposibility for the direction of their life and would rather just leave that part up to someone else.

I've yet to understand why so many people here call for anarchy and the collapse of everything.  Like some magical utopia will spring up from the ashes.  If history is any lesson we will probably end up with something much worse in its place.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 12:40 | 835797 Seer
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"I've yet to understand why so many people here call for anarchy and the collapse of everything.  Like some magical utopia will spring up from the ashes.  If history is any lesson we will probably end up with something much worse in its place."

Anarchism places no prescribed methodology on anything, other than it advocates that power is not to be concentrated.

The falacy of those who support the status-quo aways is, and always has been, that it's the best that is or has ever existed.  It's a programmed belief by those in power, to keep them in power.

Anyone that thinks that the current "civil" projections will produce a better result than a near infinite set of options via anarchism is, well, only fooling themselves.

Anarchism does NOT mean chaos.  Again, look around and ask whether the current system(s) are leading us away from chaos.  I'd argue that they are not.  I'd also argue that it would be far more likely that anarchism would produce more free-thinking people (who could adapt to our changing environment) than the current system does: the current system is painting us into a corner with its continual pursuit of "conformity."

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 11:08 | 835568 Bryan
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"Anarchy in peace" is certainly a noble pursuit, but wholly impossible in the real world.  Human ego and pride gets in the way and messes it all up.  Refer back to the Bible again about what do to with human ego and pride.  ;-)

Fri, 12/31/2010 - 17:05 | 840352 Katharotes
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"If it doesn't apply to every swinging dick, then it's just another form of control."

lol, indeed, indeed....

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:59 | 835337 malikai
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Yea, good luck with that. I'm sure they'll just love being colonies to a bunch of crooked white people again. They always enjoyed that sort of thing.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 08:09 | 835344 snowball777
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You've got a serious case of the stupids if you can't recognize that the fucked up world you see before you is the end result of 'british empire style imperialism' and its abject failure along with the idiotic actions of the US from the first half of the 20th century until now (Kermit Roosevelt?). Most, if not all, of the major conflicts on the globe were inspired by British meddling and trebly so in the ME, Af-Pak, and India.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:07 | 835372 Calmyourself
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British style imperialism was a mixed bag.  No one can seriously argue that their border setting policies were not maniacal or did not contribute or eve n cause future conflict.  However, ther administration skills initially imposed and then adopted created a system for countries to evolve around and through. 

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:36 | 835508 hedgeless_horseman
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They've taken everything we've ever had...and not just from us...from our fathers...

And what have they ever given us in return?


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:22 | 835492 Byte Me
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So we're going to forget about any contribution to global 'development' made in C20 by communism, corporate consumerism and the two teensy weensy Global Wars perpetrated by good old Deutchland.

Gee snowball, that's right white of you to blame it all on the British Empire.

Homework for tonight: (i) 3-page essay on the circumstances leading to The Great War and its consequences for the British Empire.

(ii) WWII - discuss who the aggressors were and why.


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:21 | 835400 AnAnonymous
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imperialism would have been nice, to impose modernity, rule of (non-sharia) law, capitalism, schools, armies worth a flip, and much else.   


Just like Japan benefited from.

Oh wait, Japan modernized out of colonization while the rest of the world was colonized.

Colonization is a factor of backwardness.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 10:52 | 835535 tmosley
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Not backwardness, but socialism.  Those societies which embraced socialism were colonized by more powerful capitalist societies.  Socialism within those societies bred the weakness and fragmentation that allowed inferior forces to conquer and control vast swaths of land and multitudes of people.

Japan bucked the trend, ditched feudalism (class based socialism), and adopted many of the policies that made the West so powerful.  Sadly, they also adopted the already hatched seeds of the downfall of the West (nascent socialism).  

My, how governments tend to screw everything up.  If Japan had only been content to let their markets do their own thing rather than trying to dictate growth by conquering new lands (for cheap labor) and adopting militarism as a state policy (in search of cheap energy), they would have done so much better than they have.

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 11:24 | 835591 AnAnonymous
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How true. Feudalism was a sheer expression of socialism. Way too many people deny that.

I heard that Neanderthal people were socialistic in their heart, a set of simple intrinsic rules so their society could operate. This caused their demise to Sapiens whose simple set of rules was capitalistic. Another major historical event to show the common fate suffered at the hands of socialism.


Djeee, where are the days of fine propaganda gone? Where are the talented propagandists? Maybe they are way too aware of resources depletion to spend theirs on weaving proper propaganda.

Propaganda should be funny at least. 

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 07:58 | 835336 malikai
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"They manipulate production to suit themselves and no one else."

Are you saying that OPEC shouldn't be doing what is in the best interests of themselves?

They have every right to restrict production or change the trading currency if they so wish. Your above statement implies that you have some entitlement or right to the oil they produce. You don't. Neither do I. If we want that oil, we either pay for it, or we make it ourselves. Welcome to the market.


Wed, 12/29/2010 - 08:35 | 835350 CitizenPete
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Irregardless if BigDick is making with the sarcasm or not, there is a point to his Neanderthal rhetoric and that is the US globalist pigs will take what they can not steal or pay for.  All in the name of apple pie. 

Just watch how fast Hillary waves her cock at the first middle-east country not willing to take bribes (in the form of weapons or protection from the nuclear Zionists) and bend to the will of the elites chosen white smiling puppets and henchmen. The US will have their oil and the elites will milk the wealth from the plebs by setting the price.  Sure they will blame the guys wearing the picnic table cloths on their heads, but they don't set price.  Other than Iran, Venezuela, and a few others not agreeing to the petrol-dollar scam, the rest gave up the right to set the price a long time ago (with every F-15 and patriot missile they received).  Uncle Sam has one hand in your back pocket, while he continually jerks you off with the other. 

Solar Panels, electric scooters, and the Nissan Leaf, bitches. 

Wed, 12/29/2010 - 09:02 | 835368 malikai
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Yea, you are most likely correct, and I despise that this is the case.

As an aside, I do a much better job jerking myself off than uncle same can ever do. Maybe if they stopped using 20 grit sandpaper gloves it would be nicer. Maybe if I just let them take more they will stimulate me with better sandpaper and I'll go buy a new dakota or H3.

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