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Theocracy is bad, mmkay.
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where xtians only have to ignore half of their magical book (the old testament) to be moral, muslims would have to ignore theirs in its entirety.  a muslim claiming to have peaceful goals is an oxymoron. 
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But Islam, I think it's just as moonbat crazy as other religions but the Wahhabi Salafist jihadists are the primary miscreants and promoters of violence against the West.

Talk about moonbat crazy; back in the 17th century the Puritans and Calvinists were Protestant "jihadists" against Catholicism. They made modern day Fundamentalists look liberal by comparison.
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I follow him on FB and he's constantly bashing on Anarchists.  No distinction between AnComs and AnCaps or other variants.  His followers are far worse than he is himself, but he instigates and fails to draw distinctions between factions of Anarchists or factions of Muslims.

The entire Muslim business with the broad brush troubles me but I am just as guilty with statists, I paint them all with the same brush.

But Islam, I think it's just as moonbat crazy as other religions but the Wahhabi Salafist jihadists are the primary miscreants and promoters of violence against the West. I could give a shit what they do in their own plantations.

The prepper IIIper crowd is chock-full of limited government & Constitutional fetishists. They're like a cargo cult with electricity.
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General Discussion / Re: 3D printed home
« Last post by phaed on March 09, 2017, 12:01:56 pm »
unions, like monopolies, don't exist without government.
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I follow him on FB and he's constantly bashing on Anarchists.  No distinction between AnComs and AnCaps or other variants.  His followers are far worse than he is himself, but he instigates and fails to draw distinctions between factions of Anarchists or factions of Muslims.

Ishmaelis aren't bombing shopping malls or knifing people on planes, and AnCaps aren't burning garbage cans or smashing Starbucks windows.  But he never seems to grok that.

I follow him as well as some AnComs, to keep abreast of threats from radical Right as well as radical Left.
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Interesting thought, perhaps you might expand on that.  Matt certainly is about personal freedom.  His 'EFAD' series is a very good fictional projection about governmental intrusions from both the right and the left.  His personal solution is a steel sailboat to remove himself from harm's way.  He does see Islam as being a serious threat, and I would agree.  It is massively brutal, controlling, and primitive political system.  I don't see Matt as being about "more .gov" so I am unclear of your characterization.
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Over on WRSA it is clear that some of the readers are connecting the dots as well.  Pete/CA is obviously becoming more and more abolitionist over time.  I think that there are a lot that might fall into the "alt-right" who are really becoming abolitionists in their search for true freedom.



The Bracken Faction over at WSRA scares me far more than the Left.
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General Discussion / Re: 3D printed home
« Last post by DiabolusDementis on March 08, 2017, 05:21:09 pm »
They've know for years that you could manufacture prefabbed parts and assemble them into a house. But the carpenters unions don't want to be put out of work so they've got doing everything the old-fashioned way mandated by building codes.
Actually, the building codes around here (upstate NY) have been changing very rapidly, and believe it or not, seem to favor the air-tight construction that things like this could produce. BTW, unions are a joke (for MANY reasons which I will not get into). Most of them will go belly-up within a generation, due to pension bankruptcy.
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I haven't posted here in a long time so here goes.  The debate you guys are engaging in involves some equivocation.  Saying "right" and "left" brings to mind Inego Montoyo.  I don't think that word means what you think it means or to be more precise, it does not mean what the label would have it mean.  The collectivists are so closely aligned which we got to see in the glorious beauty of the Trump movement (or the reaction to it).  When the mainstream "right" was voicing support for Clinton, people could see the naked statists lining up against this guy who is LESS of a statist than the political insiders.  Some people are waking up.

There is such a broad spectrum out there, and for most of us it is an evolving process.  I have pretty much come to the point where my political beliefs are "leave me alone and I'll leave you alone" which is the standard in this community.  Over on WRSA it is clear that some of the readers are connecting the dots as well.  Pete/CA is obviously becoming more and more abolitionist over time.  I think that there are a lot that might fall into the "alt-right" who are really becoming abolitionists in their search for true freedom.

So what about alliances?  There is no question in my mind that in Washington DC everyone is a statist.  But at the local level, I see a segment of the "alt-right" and among Trump supporters who are able to grok what really is going on.  I find that by pointing out that this plant that God put all over this country CANNOT be grown or they will be locked away in a cage or killed!  I find Christian "conservatives"' who can see the absurdity of this, along with about a million other laws.  OTOH, the "left" may want to to smoke their weed, they want a SPECIFIC change in governmental law about it, but otherwise still want to take MY property.

Mosby's point remains: the hardcore leftists are emboldened and are openly advocating use of firearms to murder "fascists" which is ANYONE they don't approve of.  They are well funded and seem to have a lot of "establishment" support in many cities, just like the Baltimore riots showed us a few years ago.  It is likely going to get sporty, and in such conditions I am definitely more comfortable being around "conservative/libertarian" folks than "leftists."
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