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reachsam
reachsam: The deliberate policy of the private globalist elite is to decimate the entire middle class in the white Western world. The so-called trade war with China (and with other countries to where production was moved from the whole West) is intended to make them pay the [export] tariffs instead of for theirs Western masters to pay in the form of the [import] tariffs. For the ordinary people the tariffs themselves, in either of the two forms, do not help. The only change that would tangibly help is the maximal repatriation of the physical economy back to the West - but such variant of the future development is only a wet dream. Plus, the situation is only exacerbated further by the absolute majority of the population being without a slightest idea of ​​what is actually happening at all and what forces (and their ultimate intentions) are behind these economic reorganizations. In order to accomplish their cabalist schemes, the globalist elite restrains the entire 'civic society' on the scantiest possible, chowder-head imbecilic, level of political quality.
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pegasusbesideme
pegasusbesideme: I love the big words,sam...cabalist**,imbecilic***
This is in essense exactly wht has been called for,
I think,
In orderto form a more perfect union.
Someday,.
We can all hope for this titanic UPHEAVALS of governments, TO change and ALLOW global unification to better ALL PEOPLE.
THAT IS,
If its not too late,already,we been running out of time for way too long.
ITS UPTO EVERY INDIVIDUAL. BE ACCOUNTABLE!!
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: Solvency is sovereignty; let the delinquent truants suffer THEIR consequences - Lord Glen.

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reachsam
reachsam: Alas an individualistic solution is not THE solution.
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: Yet the solution cannot obliterate the individual. I only ask u think existentially with at least a grain of common sense.
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reachsam
reachsam: Existentialism is universal and must be addressed collectively - otherwise it would be a minority of individuals who sacrifice the entire populations
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: The institutions r this collective. But u must heed the fact that existentialism lives only in the individual AND outside of the institutions. Take ur cue from the last word of the Republic; "farewell."
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reachsam
reachsam: This form of existentialism applies to the parts of the world in which individualism outweighs the collective concern or even an awareness; and in such an environment ultimately nothing is going to be resolved. A solution that works only for a minority is not a solution of anything.
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: Ur stuck in a static mode of thought. The dynamics of Western institutions may allow for a steady stream or even, potentially, an exponential explosion of beneficiaries.
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reachsam
reachsam: Stale and stagnant are those institutions like a putrid morass, permanently swarmed by blood sucking mosquitos, which is the parasitic degenerate public which they personally custom fashioned - the now defunct Western civilization is the terminal stage of metastasis.
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Goerree
Goerree: crikey 😲
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: At least try a little bit not to judge a book by it's cover, Number Eight.

Lacking cover, would even 007 hover? - Lord Glen.
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reachsam
reachsam: There is no book at all - the cover was thrown off to reveal what I describe above...
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: Then, according to u, I, the person who has been frequenting the Intellectual Think Tank for over six years, am yet but another figment of ur imagination.
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reachsam
reachsam: You are not a figment but an artifact of a long bygone epoch, clinging to its extinguished splendor
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: One need not cling with an OASIS pension... ...ching, ching... ...bling, bling - Lord Glen.
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reachsam
reachsam: Now that is indeed a figment - of your imagination ...
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: Actually, it's a tax-free 30% raise giving me up to ten times or so my current disposable income.
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reachsam
reachsam: So much that you cannot afford even a used computer? There a lot of ching-ching and bling-bling artifacts in your head.
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: I thought the market place only deals in used web-browser equipment and the like. Do tell me more about this computer and the accompanying programmer's reference manual.
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reachsam
reachsam: No need to do this again - you cannot afford in either case.
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: Oh, I see. A man with gold teeth and a collection of imported European shoes cannot afford a silicon waffer from the seat of whoredom.
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: a USED silicon waffer*
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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread: wafer*
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pegasusbesideme
pegasusbesideme: i can just FEEL the love🙅❕
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