Message from kristall.night in Charlottesville 2.0 #general_1
Have any of you heard of the Law of Merited Impossibility?
@kristall.night our first amendment at least afford limited durable protection. Until they sufficiently demographically replace us in 34 states that is.
Well that's why our happy asses are marching. Once we get power we won't have to speculate about who's doing what 😃
Nah, I just know that there are always ways to get around censorship, so I'm not too concerned about it.
Especially on the internet.
Unless you are savvy searching the dark web, you should probably be a little more curious about these details.
I mean if you're wrong you're wrong if we're wrong we're wrong...no sense getting upset about it
I will fight for net neutrality nonetheless
I just think being hip to the JQ and what they have already manipulated should lead to a healthy appreciation for their current planning to shape events into the future as well.
Why would they shut down the best avenue for monitoring our activities that they have?
I don't see how it would benefit the jews to force us all into communicating in ways other than electronic
If you think any method other than the internet is secure you're sadly mistaken
The internet certainly offers the most security
Harder to monitor on a mass scale than websites open to the public are.
What's harder to monitor?
Real life interactions.
That's why important planning should be localized
However yes that's the best way. But you still have to plan real life interaction
Literally just carrying damn near any electronic device on your person means your location is potentially compromised
I absolutely agree that localization is important, (for more reasons than just ease of organization abilities in the case of an internet shut down).
And yes, we freely give away a lot of information about ourselves even though pretty much everyone is aware of how it's being collected and used. Our risk/reward evaluation in regards to tech is really out of whack imo
Anyways, even things like phone calls and sending physical mail are harder to mass monitor than online activity is, assuming they've now got efficient methods of sorting through data collected online.
Is anyone else uncomfortable with working with outlaw biker gangs? Asking for a friend.
Not a fan of crime in particular
Does it further our agenda? If yes, then no I don't have a problem with it personally.
Outlaw gangs don't typically bother "civilians." If you don't fuck with them, you usually don't even know they're around. If they want to fuck up antifa, I'm for it.
Criminal history is not a good look. Very 1.0
You're TWP, right? What about Pikeville?
Bikers are fine. 1%ers are crimimal gangs
These guys have sold bombs to the feds. 80 bombs.
The Warlocks MC were willing to do security for the press conference. They scared off SURJ who normally would have screamed and interrupted. That's the extent of the involvement I have with them. They're good guys.
Scared the shit out of the liberals and fucked with their heads too so thats a good thing
Can't wait to meet them.
Welcome to 5th wave feminism https://twitter.com/polnewsforever/status/885126489062211584
I've been around bikers my whole life 1%ers are bad news. Drugs, weapon trafficking, firebombing bars. Bad hombres.
Very bad hombres
Sometimes it takes Bad Dudes to save the Nation
Did anyone else play the shit out of that game?