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If anything, John is too reserved in calling out the pathological scum and exposing their actions that are destroying our economy and society. You seem to be one of their protectors.
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Further Destabilization in Middle East

J.F.2 Wrote: Jul 13, 2013 1:54 PM
This is what it looks like when an ecosystem collapses because the demands of the population has exceeded the ecosystem's capacity to support it. The first symptoms appear in the weakest sectors. With humanity, in every case, you will see unrest testing the authority of governments in societies where the cost of food and energy exceeds or greatly pressures the ability of the poor to acquire them. In Egypt, for example, they have an exponentially expanding population, which is dependent on the state's resources that are actually declining. No matter how many times Egypt changes governments, the poor, who fuel middle-eastern political unrest, will never be happy as long as acquiring these necessities slip farther from their reach. These countries cannot afford programs such as we have in the U.S. that give EBT and other food entitlements to a third of our population.
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Egypt's Coup ... and Ours

J.F.2 Wrote: Jul 09, 2013 12:07 PM
Pundits seem to focus upon the fact that Egypt’s change in government was the result of a military coup, and so it was. In the U.S., we tend to equate military coups to the ones with which we are familiar: the despot-led ones that install dictators in the so-called “banana republics.” The coup in Egypt has no moral similarity to the Latin-American coups. The Egyptian military, acting out of the benevolent hope of preventing Egypt from collapsing into a Somalia-style failed state, have negated the will of the Egyptian people. It is unfortunate that ideologies have so blinded Egyptians whom are not capable of considering the most important aspect of choosing a government – choosing candidates who are capable of governing. Under Morsi, the government promoted Islamist oppression, and condoned the murder and persecution of Christians. At the same time, the country had become dangerous to foreigners, which eliminated tourism—one of the most important industries in Egypt. Along with other economic problems, which will be a source for Egyptian unrest no matter who governs, Egypt was on the very edge of collapse. If the trend of voters voting themselves payments from the treasury continue in the U.S., in another election or two, a military-coup political reset will be appropriate for us.
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Progressive Vikings Tax, Rob and Pillage

J.F.2 Wrote: Jun 29, 2013 3:52 PM
Not only are the liberal members of society generally stupid, but pathetically, they are pretending to be intellectuals. What is even sadder is the political correctness, which pressures the dwindling few sentient members of society, to pretend such people are intelligent as well. Political correctness is a society-dictated, mass-participation game of make believe, played in the style of "The Emperor's New Clothes." It only works on the stupid and uninformed. Unfortunately, such people are now the majority... and they can vote. Furthermore, their demographic is overpopulating uncontrollably on the artificially introduced resource – government entitlement programs. All the while, the population of contributing members of society is decreasing due to government confiscation of their family resources, which it uses to fund the expansion of the non-contributors. This is an untenable and insane practice. Idiocracy has come to America, and it is not going away soon.
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Progressive Vikings Tax, Rob and Pillage

J.F.2 Wrote: Jun 29, 2013 3:52 PM
Not only are the liberal members of society generally stupid, but pathetically, they are pretending to be intellectuals. What is even sadder is the political correctness, which pressures the dwindling few sentient members of society, to pretend such people are intelligent as well. Political correctness is a society-dictated, mass-participation game of make believe, played in the style of "The Emperor's New Clothes." It only works on the stupid and uninformed. Unfortunately, such people are now the majority... and they can vote. Furthermore, their demographic is overpopulating uncontrollably on the artificially introduced resource – government entitlement programs. All the while, the population of contributing members of society is decreasing due to government confiscation of their family resources, which it uses to fund the expansion of the non-contributors. This is an untenable and insane practice. Idiocracy has come to America, and it is not going away soon.
No matter how much freedom the liberal scum take from American citizens such as demanding that people believe it's possible to change sexes when we know that the surgeon cannot give one the "Y" or "X" chromosome, he merely mutilates a man or woman. We also know that it is not possible to eliminate the compulsions of the chemical reactions that drive certain human behaviors. You can ignore them at times, and some people can allow the legal repercussions of some behaviors to them; nevertheless, within humanity as a whole, there will always be a high percentage of exceptions. That's why, throughout history, traditions have encouraged people to avoid situations in which unwanted behaviors might occur. Avoidance of opportunities for temptations make sense. To set up tempting circumstances for the sake of political correctness is destructive to good institutions that rightly have policies to prevent such opportunities.
There is a definite tweaker quality about his appearance. Could he be a customer of Walter White?
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Spreading the Wealth

J.F.2 Wrote: Jun 01, 2013 2:58 PM
What good does knowing the Constitution do? The public knows of the continued infringements of the Obama government against the Constitution, but in the dulled-down state of the public mind, they don't care. That's why the founders bound the military with a sacred oath to defend the Constitution against domestic enemies when all else failed. So, where are the generals?
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Spreading the Wealth

J.F.2 Wrote: Jun 01, 2013 2:50 PM
The indiscriminately breeding crack-hos, and there spawn, are now advocating the government taking benefits from the retired people who paid for Social Security, to further fund the breeding down of the American gene pool.
Where Assad's Russian weapons are concerned, The Russians are on the right side of this issue. There is a hard and fast rule: if there is a wrong side of an issue, Obama will be on it. This rule has held up in Libya, Egypt, and now in Syria. These Islamist rebels are no less the ruthless war criminals that the media claims of Assad's forces. If they gain control of Syria, criminal warlords in the fashion of Abu Sakkar, with his 20,000 troops, will be influential in a new Syrian government. He is the guy who ate the Syrian soldier's heart on video to promote his warrior image. He also fired artillery on Shia Muslim villages in Lebanon and was responsible for beheading.
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