Antiwar Movement Spreads among Tech Workers by Mnemonic in technology

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Antimovement Tech Spreads among War Workers

Eleven CIA Democrats Won House Seats by Orangutan in politics

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Are they left-leaning CIA Democrats? The type who favor starving children and families with sanctions; rather than bombs, and paramilitary death-squads? /s

'It's a Crisis of Civilization in Mexico.' 250,000 Dead. 37,400 Missing. by SundogsPlace in SundogsPlace

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The second amendment is #1.

Does it happen to you? The funny counter doesn't work. by RavAshi in SaidIt

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I'm not surprised. Saidit atheists are somber folk.

Former Hillary Adviser: "Hillary will run again. She will not allow this humiliating loss at the hands of an amateur to end the story of her career.” by useless_aether in NotTheOnion

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What about the Russian hacking!? The Russians made John Podesta type pedophile e-mails, and purchase pedophile art.
The Russians then murdered Seth Rich for giving the DNC e-mails to Wikileaks.

Russia!
Russia!
Russia!

Saidit's voting system: Why it's awesome and how to use it by magnora7 in SaidIt

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You have been white-bulbed.

Morons on voat pretend to understand and know radio by Broken-needles350 in MeanwhileOnVoat

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Liquid water molecules absorb lighter in the microwave bandwidth, which excites the water molecules as their energy is increased. Most molecules are functionally transparent to microwaves, so they are unaffected.

However, there's no way of knowing for sure whether some rare (but crucial) molecules in in our nervous system or endocrine system, and inadvertantly wreck millions of developing children.

5G technology should be rigerously beta tested for a decade on the households of executives at Qualcom and other major Telecoms. Then we can discuss rolling it out to the public.

Morons on voat pretend to understand and know radio by Broken-needles350 in MeanwhileOnVoat

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Your butt dust words are confusing. Can summarize what's being said at Voat, in contrast to your assessment? Higher frequency = higher photon energy, which is generally associated with higher risk of unforeseen consequences.

 

I'm on the fence about the severity of 5G risks. However, I am in favor of making the telecoms deliver on their promise of delivering 1 Gbps using 4G frequencies. The existing bandwidths should be optimized; prior to rolling out 5G. 5G is sure to be a battery killer, and I don't know of any common applications that require more than 1 Gbps of data to function efficiently.

 

4G works just fine, so the state should not force communities to use 5G if they're opposed to it.

Why Japan doesn't have their own Evil Knievel by useless_aether in funny

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It appears they at least held an audition.

Hillary Clinton Returns: ‘I’d Like to Be President’ by useless_aether in politics

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What? You're not a Starfighter pilot?!

I joined the Trump spaceforce. It's great. Except for no one has been assigned to any spacecraft....

Any day now..

The military’s obsession with energy drinks is contributing to PTSD, study finds by Mnemonic in Antipsychiatry

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Participating in an invasion/occupation as a member of a hostile military is also known to contribute to PTSD.

Candy Desk by Mnemonic in politics

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Toomey!
Hey, Toomey!
Toooooomeeeeey!!! Hey! Throw me some candy!
Toomey, you're so sweet.

Instead of blaming people for what should happen, what should I do for the community? by Ginidoe in FakeNews

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Are you encouraging Ginidoe to "fuck both sides", on behalf of the Saidit community?
Does anyone have any experience with this tactic?

"War is a racket. It always has been... a few profit - and the many pay. But there is a way to stop it...." - General Smedley Butler by magnora7 in quotes

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The Fascist Plot to Overthrow FDR.

In 1933, Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler was approached by a wealthy group of industrialists and bankers called the "American Liberty League", including Prescott Bush (George W. Bush's grandfather) who asked him to command a rogue army of 500,000 veterans that would help stage a coup to topple then President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In 1934 Butler testified to the McCormack--Dickstein Congressional committee on these claims. In the opinion of the committee, these allegations were credible. One of the purported plotters, Gerald MacGuire, vehemently denied any such plot. In their report, the Congressional committee stated that it was able to confirm Butler's statements other than the proposal from MacGuire which it considered more or less confirmed by MacGuire's European reports. No one was prosecuted.

In 1936, William Dodd, the U.S. Ambassador to Germany, wrote a letter to President Roosevelt in which he stated,
"A clique of U.S. industrialists is hell-bent to bring a fascist state to supplant our democratic government and is working closely with the fascist regime in Germany and Italy. I have had plenty of opportunity in my post in Berlin to witness how close some of our American ruling families are to the Nazi regime.... A prominent executive of one of the largest corporations, told me point blank that he would be ready to take definite action to bring fascism into America if President Roosevelt continued his progressive policies. Certain American industrialists had a great deal to do with bringing fascist regimes into being in both Germany and Italy. They extended aid to help Fascism occupy the seat of power, and they are helping to keep it there. Propagandists for fascist groups try to dismiss the fascist scare. We should be aware of the symptoms. When industrialists ignore laws designed for social and economic progress they will seek recourse to a fascist state when the institutions of our government compel them to comply with the provisions."

The proven record of Prescott Bush's involvement in financing the Nazi war machine dovetails with the fact that he was part of a criminal cabal that actively sought to impose a fascist coup in America.
President George Walker Bush's grandfather (Prescott Bush) and great grandfather (George Herbert Walker) were among Wall Street's ultra-right wing elite. Before WWII, they were among the key players who coordinated the flow of investments from American multimillionaires into Germany. They profited by helping to coordinate the American financing behind Hitler's rise to power. During the war, they even profited from companies that armed the Nazi war machine and used slave labour at Auschwitz. Then, after the war, Prescott Bush was instrumental in helping to launder Nazi loot for Fritz Thyssen, who was one Hitler's earliest and richest industrialist backers.

"War is a racket. It always has been... a few profit - and the many pay. But there is a way to stop it...." - General Smedley Butler by magnora7 in quotes

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Yep. He was a beloved general, and a man of the people.

IIRC: He fought Congress to get WW1 vets paid what they were owed, when the Congress wouldn't pay the vets (what was essentially a pay advance). People were understandably desperate, due to the great depression. Butler spoke publicly on the vets behalf. Which made him the perfect candidate for the coup.

The plan was for him to lead the vets against the White House and take power, which probably would have been accepted. Especially, given the deep-state support he had. The American Nazis actually won WW2. Consider "Operation Paperclip".

Smedley Butler was a peerless patriot.

"War is a racket. It always has been... a few profit - and the many pay. But there is a way to stop it...." - General Smedley Butler by magnora7 in quotes

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Butler single-handedly prevented a fascist coup in the 30s during the FDR presidency. The conspiracy was to make Butler the president. He played along until he could positively identify all of the key actors (including Prescott Bush who I/was Dubya's grandad), and then reported it to FDR and the Congress.
FDR chose to do nothing. Butler was incredulous.

NASA announces their return to the moon. This time to create a sustainable outpost. by MojaveCoyote in SundogsPlace

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NASA once again announces plans to go to the moon. The last line of the video captures the true history of NASA's manned lunar exploration.

We are NASA, and after 60 years; we're just getting started.

Fact: The moon landings were faked.

Man Hospitalized After Being Attacked for Wearing MAGA Hat by MojaveCoyote in SundogsPlace

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Aren't they a Mossad front?

Black Lives Matter throws IED Bomb & injures 10 police officers - Media Silent on BLM Bomber by MojaveCoyote in SundogsPlace

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You forgot to include the /s in the post title.

Black Lives Matter throws IED Bomb & injures 10 police officers - Media Silent on BLM Bomber by MojaveCoyote in SundogsPlace

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At 00:24 green garbage cans are pushed into the street in front of the location of the incident. I suspect the "IED" was stored in these cans.

The "IED" "explodes" within 10' of 6-10 police officers and others. The cops barely react to the explosion, and continue walking down the street. Other police officers throw the green garbage bins off the street.

None of the police appear to have drawn their sidearm in the video. They literally walked off an "IED" "explosion". Oakland's finest agent provocateurs.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Accepts Guilt in Vindication of the Official Case For the Boston Bombing, telling the Judge "I am sorry for the lives I took, the suffering I caused and the irreparable damage I did" - Trouble is and despite the judge sentenced him to death the entire affair was a False Flag / Hoax by Quasiman in conspiracy

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Agreed. A total hoax. The suspect has been gagged, and is unable to legally defend himself. Why would he be gagged if there was nothing to cover up? Why would a 19 yr old kid be locked away in a super max cell?

DZHOKHAR TSARNAEV STILL GAGGED AS DEATH PENALTY APPEAL GRINDS ON.

The real story is the police-state takeover of Boston of false pretenses, when 9000 swat armored police locked the city down for 5 days, while sweeping the city door-to-door.

 

During the Boston Lockdown, What Would Have Happened if Someone Refused to Let Police Enter a Home?

 

The units going door-to-door weren’t the type you say no to. They didn’t have neighborhood cops tap-tap-tapping on screen doors: Search teams were composed largely of SWAT units in full tactical gear.

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Objections would be swiftly met with assurances of scope. I ran into this on occasion. When I was a rookie, a situation arose in which we needed to clear a residence for some reason, and the shifty dude at the front door started balking at letting us come in. It was gray as far as emergency warrant exceptions went, so my street-wise backup officer said something along the lines of, “Listen, pal, all we want to do is make sure this guy’s not in there. We don’t have time to f— around with your misdemeanor weed and paraphernalia tonight, so if you don’t have our guy or a dead body in there, we’re pretty much gonna bid you a nice evening and be on our way.” The guy considered for a beat, then cleared the way. We swept the residence, hat-tipped him on our way out, and went on to the next door. I’m positive objections would have been met with something similar, though perhaps with less patience.

 

Remember, residences were entered to sweep, not to search. There is a significant legal difference. As an officer, if I had suspicion that someone was hiding in a residence that I had gained lawful entry into, I could conduct a sweep to ensure I wouldn’t be ambushed by a hidden subject. However, the scope of this sweep was limited to looking for a person, and limited to areas in which a person could reasonably be expected to hide. Thus, I could look in closets and under beds, but not in nightstand drawers or medicine cabinets. What canvassing units were doing during the lockdown was a sweep, not a search; how this distinction relates to Fourth Amendment issues is a bridge too far as far as my expertise goes. I’ll defer to more competent legal minds there. However, I will note that, despite varying legal opinions here, it’s likely ensuring a terrorist wasn’t passed over and allowed to get behind perimeter lines would be considered “reasonable” by many interpreters of law (definitely not all, though, hence the controversy). This would be less a matter of “throwing the law aside” and more one of operating based on exceptions which have withstood judicial and other scrutinies over time.

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Please consider how the police would respond if small groups were returning fire on the police in legal self defense in the immediate vicinity. Boston would have started to look like Fallujah.