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We are witnessing the rise of authoritarianism on a chilling scale
KillTheCarnage
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01-09-2018 03:20 PM

 



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RE: We are witnessing the rise of authoritarianism on a chilling scale
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Jessica6  Wrote: (01-08-2018 05:31 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-08-2018 05:25 PM)
We are witnessing people reposting lame threads on a chilling scale.Jptdknpa

chuckle

KillTheCarnage  Wrote: (01-08-2018 05:29 PM)
We both know that isn't how it works.

For whatever reason, the homosexual agenda pushers will never be content with just being equal, they have and will always push for the "right" to force others to give them privileges that no other group in society has.

Every minority group does that. Nassim Taleb had a writes and tweets about that on occasion - the tyranny of the minority.

https://medium.com/incerto/the-most-into...1f83ce4e15

The Most Intolerant Wins: The Dictatorship of the Small Minority

I've heard this before.

Thanks for the reminder.

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KillTheCarnage  Wrote: (01-09-2018 03:12 PM)
This is true to a point.

A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.
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KillTheCarnage
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-09-2018 03:26 PM)
KillTheCarnage  Wrote: (01-09-2018 03:12 PM)
This is true to a point.

A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.

A nice person is easily triggered by words which he cannot comprehend.
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KillTheCarnage  Wrote: (01-09-2018 03:28 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-09-2018 03:26 PM)
A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.

A nice person is easily triggered by words which he cannot comprehend.

You can say that again.
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Making China Great Again

As Donald Trump surrenders America’s global commitments, Xi Jinping is learning to pick up the pieces.

In 2015, China’s Navy conducted its first international evacuation, rescuing civilians from fighting in Yemen; last year, China opened its first overseas military base, in Djibouti. There has been a deeper development as well. For decades, Chinese nationalism revolved around victimhood: the bitter legacy of invasion and imperialism, and the memory of a China so weak that, at the end of the nineteenth century, the philosopher Liang Qichao called his country “the sick man of Asia.”

China has never seen such a moment, when its pursuit of a larger role in the world coincides with America’s pursuit of a smaller one.

Under the banner of “America First,” President Trump is reducing U.S. commitments abroad. On his third day in office, he withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a twelve-nation trade deal designed by the United States as a counterweight to a rising China. To allies in Asia, the withdrawal damaged America’s credibility.

For years, China’s leaders predicted that a time would come—perhaps midway through this century—when it could project its own values abroad. In the age of “America First,” that time has come far sooner than expected.

To frame his vision of a smaller presence abroad, Trump often portrays America’s urgent task as one of survival.

China’s approach is more ambitious. In recent years, it has taken steps to accrue national power on a scale that no country has attempted since the Cold War, by increasing its investments in the types of assets that established American authority in the previous century: foreign aid, overseas security, foreign influence, and the most advanced new technologies, such as artificial intelligence. It has become one of the leading contributors to the U.N.’s budget and to its peacekeeping force, and it has joined talks to address global problems such as terrorism, piracy, and nuclear proliferation.

And China has embarked on history’s most expensive foreign infrastructure plan. Under the Belt and Road Initiative, it is building bridges, railways, and ports in Asia, Africa, and beyond.

By setting more of the world’s rules, China hopes to “break the Western moral advantage,” which identifies “good and bad” political systems, as Li Ziguo, at the China Institute of International Studies, has said.

By some measures, the U.S. will remain dominant for years to come. It has at least twelve aircraft carriers. China has two. The U.S. has collective defense treaties with more than fifty countries. China has one, with North Korea. Moreover, China’s economic path is complicated by heavy debts, bloated state-owned enterprises, rising inequality, and slowing growth. The workers who once powered China’s boom are graying. China’s air, water, and soil are disastrously polluted.

And yet the gap has narrowed. In 2000, the U.S. accounted for thirty-one per cent of the global economy, and China accounted for four per cent. Today, the U.S.’s share is twenty-four per cent and China’s fifteen per cent. If its economy surpasses America’s in size, as experts predict, it will be the first time in more than a century that the world’s largest economy belongs to a non-democratic country. At that point, China will play a larger role in shaping, or thwarting, values such as competitive elections, freedom of expression, and an open Internet.


https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/...reat-again
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The world needs Canada back in the democracy export business

When Robert Mugabe was finally pushed out of the presidential palace in Harare after 37 devastating years in November, the Zimbabwean people celebrated joyously. The departure of the 93-year-old dictator, however, was not primarily the work of those citizens or their movements, despite decades of patient protest. Rather, it was brought about in large part by foreign governments, which used their institutions, their political advice and their economic influence to provoke and guide the transition, ensuring that their values and aspirations were part of the new Zimbabwe.

Hundreds of Canadians had worked to prepare Zimbabweans for just the sort of transition that took place this year. But Canada's last project to return Zimbabwe to democracy and build the institutions of multiparty government, the $3.4-million Zimbabwe Civil Society Fund II, dried up in 2013 after Prime Minister Stephen Harper shut down its major democracy-promotion agencies, and withdrew resources from countries such as Zimbabwe as part of a larger shift in Canada's foreign-policy focus.

Instead, the country that ended up playing an outsized role in Zimbabwe's transition was China.

The monitoring organization Freedom House reports that the past year has seen a "dramatic decline" in democratic rights on every continent – just the latest in 11 straight years of erosion.

That's partly because countries such as Russia and China are doing a better job winning the hearts and minds of foreign leaders, and spending more money selling their vision of one-party rule or "managed democracy." By comparison, established democracies are often losing the war of ideas in poor and middle-income countries (and even in some Eastern and Central European states) – in part because many the traditional exporters, notably the United States, have fallen prey to illiberal forces at home, and have seen a loss of their international reputations in the wake of the failed regime-change missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. But it's also because the number of countries pouring substantial funds into democracy movements and opposition parties abroad has dwindled.


https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/...e37454136/
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We are witnessing the rise of authoritarianism on a chilling scale and the response to it always has to coincide with the goals of globalists who will be just as authoritative and kill many more people.

"The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false." ~Thomas Jefferson
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Dan Lamothe
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20 minutes ago

In new Facebook post, the Pentagon's top enlisted soldier, @SEAC_Troxell, says that ISIS members who do not surrender will be killed "with extreme prejudice," with some bombed, some shot in the face and some beaten to death with entrenching tools.


https://www.facebook.com/SEAC.JCS/photos...=3&theater
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Tommy Pastrami  Wrote: (01-09-2018 04:46 PM)
We are witnessing the rise of authoritarianism on a chilling scale and the response to it always has to coincide with the goals of globalists who will be just as authoritative and kill many more people.

I must have missed all those "globalists" marching in the streets waving nazi flags.

I really dont see the appeal of imagined enemies.

Unless you are talking about the international fascist movement.
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-10-2018 07:39 PM)
Tommy Pastrami  Wrote: (01-09-2018 04:46 PM)
We are witnessing the rise of authoritarianism on a chilling scale and the response to it always has to coincide with the goals of globalists who will be just as authoritative and kill many more people.

I must have missed all those "globalists" marching in the streets waving nazi flags.

I really dont see the appeal of imagined enemies.

Unless you are talking about the international fascist movement.

Yeah, the globalists who finance the protests and arm the rebels so the leaders can be replaced with puppets who hand out oil contracts after privatizing nationalized oil reserves and install western friendly central banks.

"The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false." ~Thomas Jefferson
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Russia’s Election Meddling Fits a Global Pattern, Senate Report Says

Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election fits into a nearly two-decade pattern of meddling with governments around the world, a new report prepared by Senate Democrats concludes.

It tracks Russian efforts in 19 countries, chronicling misinformation campaigns and the funding of far-right political causes.

American spy agencies have concluded that Mr. Putin directed a multifaceted campaign using hacking and propaganda to try to sway the 2016 presidential election.


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/10/us/po...79&gwt=pay
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Tommy Pastrami  Wrote: (01-10-2018 07:59 PM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-10-2018 07:39 PM)
I must have missed all those "globalists" marching in the streets waving nazi flags.

I really dont see the appeal of imagined enemies.

Unless you are talking about the international fascist movement.

Yeah, the globalists who finance the protests and arm the rebels so the leaders can be replaced with puppets who hand out oil contracts after privatizing nationalized oil reserves and install western friendly central banks.


Oh, I see. It's just another tool used to preserve authoritarian and totalitarian Government and attack those who oppose this. Just the same as "terrorist" or "war monger".


People living under totalitarian states would never protest or take up arms. ;/
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-10-2018 08:06 PM)
Tommy Pastrami  Wrote: (01-10-2018 07:59 PM)
Yeah, the globalists who finance the protests and arm the rebels so the leaders can be replaced with puppets who hand out oil contracts after privatizing nationalized oil reserves and install western friendly central banks.


Oh, I see. It's just another tool used to preserve authoritarian and totalitarian Government and attack those who oppose this. Just the same as "terrorist" or "war monger".


People living under totalitarian states would never protest or take up arms. ;/
Nope, it's a tool to replace leaders with more cooperative leaders. They cannot allow countries to have nationalized oil or nationalized central banks. You do realized that nationalized oil and central banks help a country's citizens more than when the west comes in to loot and pillage it all, right?

"The man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows nothing is nearer to truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. He who reads nothing will still learn the great facts, and the details are all false." ~Thomas Jefferson
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Matt Viser
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2 hours ago

President Trump, who has said Barack Obama wasn’t born in the United States and Ted Cruz’s father was behind JFK assassination, says laws should make it harder to say things that are false.
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Tommy Pastrami  Wrote: (01-10-2018 08:35 PM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (01-10-2018 08:06 PM)
Oh, I see. It's just another tool used to preserve authoritarian and totalitarian Government and attack those who oppose this. Just the same as "terrorist" or "war monger".


People living under totalitarian states would never protest or take up arms. ;/
Nope, it's a tool to replace leaders with more cooperative leaders. They cannot allow countries to have nationalized oil or nationalized central banks. You do realized that nationalized oil and central banks help a country's citizens more than when the west comes in to loot and pillage it all, right?

Libya and Iraq still have 100% state owned Central banks.

Iraq seems to be selling all their oil to china and Russia.

Just another excuse to keep the status quo.
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