The collapse of civilization is complete. The purchasing power of the US dollar is worth three cents, compared to the dollar of 1913.
I’ll never understand what the emphasis on inflation is all about. Normal reputation systems don’t count what you did 20 years ago the same way they count what you did yesterday, so why should the systematic reputation tracking do so?
The biggest problem with inflation is that it impacts the poor more badly than it impacts the wealthy.
Your dog whistle is broken. Its pitch has been lowered into the range of unaided human hearing.
which exists solely to pay for the existence of the Federal Reserve–taxes going to the pockets of private individuals for the ‘privilege’ of printing worthless currency.
The Federal Reserve is a corporation, and so is the Post Office, but why is this bad, and not only bad, but so utterly awful that we don’t live in a society any more because of it?! As long as the elected government is able to pass laws that they are required to abide by (which, of course, they could do by amending the Federal Reserve Act), I don’t get why you care so much about the organizational details of the Fed.
All laws, everywhere, at every level, are completely ignored by the government. The governing class is universally guilty of multiple felonies, and at least half of whom are guilty of outright treason.
That statement is just stupid. Why would you even want to ignore all of the laws? A lot of laws are just good advice: “Oh, there’s a law against deliberately jumping in front of cars. Because I’m an evil Jew, I’d better violate it… [splat]”
Also, it implies that governments respected the rule of law at some point in history. I know you tend to love the classic Western Philosophers: the reason Plato wrote about the Utopia is because he didn’t already live in one.
Genocidal invasion from the third world. Rape, murder, theft, etc. running rampant throughout once-safe streets as niggers and dune coons reap the fruits of their invasion.
So… you’re not trying to dog-whistle. You’d rather openly make an ass of yourself.
Since you’ve already asserted that the government is irredeemably corrupt, I’m curious how you intend to simultaneously believe that the crime rate and poverty statistics among minority ethnicities cannot be the result of the corrupt government. In other words, if the conspiracy is so strong that everything you know is a lie, then how do you know it’s the truth? The statistics might just all be lies, and even if they’re true, they might just as well be the result of abuse. (who’s more likely to steal than someone who is motivated, but poor anyway?)
You can’t have it both ways. To justify anything with crime statistics, the state that publishes them has to be honest.
Faggots and trannies holding parades where they spew their juices riddled with incurable STDs all over the streets.
I’ve been to a Gay Pride festival. They don’t involve public orgies.
You get fired from your job or arrested if you so much as disagree with this.
“So much as disagree with this” apparently means spewing more slurs than an ICE-E machine.
And gun confiscations from actual citizens so they can’t even defend themselves against any of it or reverse it. NOT THAT THEY EVER WILL. And that’s the problem. One hundred years of this. Never stopping, never slowing. And what have the people done? NOTHING.
Why would they? Most of what you’ve said so far is either grossly exaggerated, or not even a problem.
1913 when the US stopped using gold and silver as money and started using private paper currency.
And nobody has ever given a convincing argument for why this is a problem.
1917 when the jew puppet Wilson said, “We’re going to war in Europe and getting nothing out of it in return.”
If helping our trading partners (particularly Great Britain) is “nothing,” then treaties aren’t worth the paper they’re written on. I, at least, would not vote for a government that doesn’t honor past commitments.
1920 when jewish feminists brainwashed men into granting women the vote
If they’re smart enough to pull that off, then they deserve it.
setting a deadline on the collapse of our nation (every civilization in human history that enfranchised women fell within roughly 100 years
Now I understand why you’re trying to pull the ludicrous claim that “society’s collapse is complete.” Because the alternative would be to join the ranks of all the other apocalypse predictions.
Unfortunately, precedent shows that the end of the world is typically just rescheduled, either with some bullshit explanation for why it didn’t happen, or just quietly hoping everyone forgets. I have to admit, “My prediction wasn’t wrong! The end of the world has come! It doesn’t exist any more!” is ballsy, but it’s not going to work for more than a couple years.
1933 when FDR unconstitutionally made “owning gold” illegal.
Huh. I’m actually kind of surprised that this is true. It seems ridiculously draconian by today’s standards, but admittedly, a lot of depression/WWII-era acts were ridiculous by today’s standards. I guess it’s just another embarrassing historical event that my school kind of skipped over.
1934 when the National Firearms Act unconstitutionally banned the ownership of weapons.
Whatever. There’s enough bullshit to debunk without starting an argument about private ownership of machine guns. Maybe the law’s standard for what constitutes a machine gun is arbitrary. Maybe it’s not enforced very well. Or maybe you think private citizens should be able to own nukes. Arguing about private firearm ownership in the middle of a conspiracy theory is a total red herring.
1935 when the marxist Social Security Act was passed, nor during any of other FDR’s illegal acts.
Every time you call common-sense safety net laws “Marxist,” you might make the safety net laws look worse to some people, but you make actual Marxism look better to others. I’m not sure if you really want that.
1941 when the jew puppet FDR said, “We’re going to war in Europe, again, and getting nothing out of it in return, again.”
I still have one, huge, question that tends to undermines most conspiracy theories: assuming Japan didn’t actually bomb Pearl Harbor (because if Japan did bomb Hawaii, then it’s pretty obvious that America going to war with the Axis Powers was justified in the name if discouraging anyone in the future from doing likewise), then how do you know that so much else in history happened, too? The great, mighty Aryan kingdom* could just as easily be a lie as the “Kangz” of Africa that you dismiss so easily. If the Holocaust didn’t happen (which would’ve justified the second World War alone, in my tendency to bias towards bleeding-heartedness), then the Wiemar Period might not have happened, either.
* Or, if you prefer, I could reference the Kingdom of Israel in the Bible, or the Republic of Rome. I’m not exactly sure which flavor of conservative you are, but I think it’s safe to assume that you aren’t a full-blown Last Thursday-ist. If you are a Last Thursday-ist, then I’d question instead why you don’t simply dismiss all of these arguments about history as a setup.
1946 when Bretton Woods was signed.
Because of course, if the Fed is evil, then so is the IMF.
1950 when the Korean War removed all pretense for reasons for the US going to war–and with no legal declaration.
1955 when the US paid 100% of Laos’ military budget for its own civil war, without anything in return and without taxpayers’ consent.
1959 when the Vietnam War saw its first direct US involvement, again with no legal declaration.
Oh, come on! In one breath, you act like communism is literally from Satan, and in the next, you decide that stopping communism from spreading is an unreasonable justification for war. You’re reaching for things to criticize.
1965 when the Immigration & Nationality Act openly committed genocide on Americans. THE POLITICIANS ADMITTED THE PURPOSE OF THE BILL WAS TO COMMIT GENOCIDE ON WHITES. No one did anything.
Citation seriously fucking needed.
1965 when the US intervened in the Dominican War, again without declaration.
Again, you simultaneously accuse the American government of passing Marxist laws while criticizing attempts by the cold war government to destablize communist countries. I get that you don’t like the lack of an actual declaration of war, but claiming that the US got nothing out of it seems contrary to your own interests.
1967 when the USS Liberty was attacked by Israel for the sole purpose of getting the US to attack Egypt for the jews’ sake.
Fine, it wasn’t an accident (it’s controversial enough, and enough of a red herring, that I don’t actually care if it’s true or not).
How do you square the circle of the USA being secretly run by the Israeli elite, while also being enough of an enemy to warrant attack? Who shoots their own allies?
1968 when the Civil Rights Act unconstitutionally destroyed freedom of association.
Fuck that noise. If staying compliant with the Constitution requires us to tolerate the continuing mistreatment of former slaves, then let’s burn it down.
Or, perhaps, it can simply be amended. I’m honestly a bit surprised when you didn’t include the Fourteenth Amendment in your list of historical landmarks.
1973 when Roe v. Wade legalized murder of the innocent, and when the US defended Israel in the Yom Kippur War after Israel literally threatened the US with nuclear hellfire.
Legal killing is, by definition, not murder. Otherwise, soldiers would be guilty of mass murder, too. But that’s nitpicking; the real question is whether first trimester fetuses are people (they are, of course, human, but the word “person” is usually connected to self-awareness, which they’re clearly not).
In any case, I’m still disgusted that you are simultaneously a racist and a pro-lifer. It shows that your thoughts are partisan, rather than reasoned.
But on a different note, I don’t really support Israel, either. The whole Jewish State of Israel seems like a huge mistake.
The 1980s when the US was exposed as deposing democracies and installing dictators.
Another thing that I can’t counterargue, because it’s actually pretty reasonable. Seriously, that whole thing is kind of ridiculous. I would’ve hoped that it would be the other way around.
2001 after 9/11 when jews attacked the United States, yet again for Greater Israel.
And… right back to the stupid conspiracy theories. Why, in the name of all that is reasonable, can you not notice your own inconsistency? If you’re going to believe that Iraq didn’t have any WMD’s, uncovered by historians and released government records, why do you doubt the official story about who bombed the twin towers, in which the same records show that it was Islamic Arabs that did it? It’s not like the real story doesn’t make the USA look like shitheads, too.
2008 when the economy collapsed and the banks were given trillions of dollars to give bonuses to their executives who caused it.
2006, you transparent partisan hack. You also skipped the repeal of Glass Steagall.
2010 when Obamacare ran roughshod over the Constitution.
2015 when faggot “marriage” became “legal.”
Pretty obviously required by the civil rights amendment. If women can marry men, then men ought to be able to marry other men. Anything else would be a denial of rights based on sex. Also justified by empirical mental health studies.
2018 when trannies became accepted as “normal.”
Justified by empirical mental health studies, though admittedly the only legal justification I know of is “why not?”
2019 when CPS confirmed that children stripping at faggot clubs “isn’t” child abuse, or when a jury ruled that children can be forcibly castrated.
Neither of these happened. Trans kids are put on puberty blockers, not immediate surgery, and child drag acts do not involve stripping (and while child drag is rife with abuse, that’s common for child celebrities in general).