Message from celticflame in Nice Respectable People Group #general
Well I have to thank Mr. McCain. The media focus on McCain and the controversy surrounding him opened up opportunities for me to share AmRen's latest video with friends family and co-workers.
It was universally well accepted.
What's it about? McCain?
Has has opened up more fields ripe for redpilling.
Yes, Jared discussed the McCain controversy in a very eloquent fashion that puts it in a perspective even the cucked normies around me understood and agreed with.
Dems giving is some judge spots because they wanna go to the bahamas. Possible whitepill
A good reminder that the dems (and politicians at large) don't actually care about the "issues". They just want to exercise power.
The part showing his campaign ad and then contrasted with what he did after winning is priceless.
I heard the speech that he penned yo be read after his death. The line that caught me was "..American, that's my favorite association, America. A country built on ideology. Not blood and soil."
I almost spit out my breakfast.
@MrBland - VA Agreed. That border fence campaign ad was just peak cringe...
"I too am a supporter of the rights of indigenous peoples to claim their land. For example did you know and indigenous Swedes are being invaded and murdered by foreign aggressors?!?"
@Fox i've had enough cancer for the week.
besides white men aren't allowed opinions, remember?
Check out @FoxNews’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/FoxNews/status/1035478554790830080?s=09
Yep! Excellent lol,about time! Turn about is fair play
Tfw the kirtarchy actually works (in our favor)...
Lol yes it does and I hope it continues
reading a few of these, it's amazing how codified society was http://iws.collin.edu/mbailey/hammurabi's%20laws.htm
I dunno Chris, seems like they pretty much just killed everybody who did something wrong.
Not a very "chill" society.
Yeah dude, "This builder built a house, and it fell down 5 years later, just get rid of him"
It does illustrate how unnatural it is to live in a large settlement, though. We have since gotten very good at structuring large societies, but early cities must have been hellish
282. If a slave says to his master: "You are not my master," if they convict him his master shall cut off his ear.
Half of these include burying the guy who did you wrong in your house. What's up with that?
I'm good with just cutting his ear off
But one may have to consider. Before large settlements and complex societies, the only jurisprudence may have been personal vendettas. So maybe these laws reconcile local custom with an objective apparatus for implementing law.
215: If a physician performs eye surgery and saves the eye, he shall receive ten shekels in money.
Ancient eye surgery <:nervous:359009898115104770>
@Jason - CT absolutely, what I'm saying is that the apparatus is clunky, and that I'm happy to live in a time where the heavy hand of the state doesn't weigh down on me in such an inhuman way
I wonder how much of this was actually necessary to enforce.
Or if threat of really clear and severe capital punishment was enough to dissuade all but the most impulsive criminals.
Some of these seem to be very easy to accidentally commit
Yeah i noted that as well