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Is the flying car here? πŸ”— 1713296624  

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Of course not, all technological advances remain outlawed. The only technological advance that would work is one that reverse-raptures pencil-neck bureaucrats into a lake of hydroflouric acid in hell.

Trump Train: Next stop - inflation πŸ”— 1713294654  

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Bunga Bunga

Old Keitora now legal in TX πŸ”— 1713293797  

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After a long period of semi-official oppression. You can see the clear push by the nomenklatura to pulp everything which isn't an EV built in the last 3 years.

NSA looking to digitally quarter troops in your server πŸ”—

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These dipshits are straight up hanging themselves with their own words in that regard RE their enthusiasm for "cyber warfare". This is furthermore a taking without compensation; yet another thing explicitly disallowed by the bill of rights. Anyhow if this bill passes, hosting anything in the USA will be non-viable.

.gov organ monopoly: wastes between a quarter and a third of donated organs πŸ”— 1713288226  

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Say what you will about the private enterprise, but it won't bury our talents in the ground.

Sascha Cohen: CIA Op πŸ”— 1712679910  

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Turd certainly wasn't funny, so there had to be something sketchy going on. I just assumed it was some kind of scam like the Uwe Boll flicks.

SawStop Mandate? πŸ”— 1712671599  

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More shit from the "Let's outlaw being poor" crowd

All Bling, No Basics: Very good analysis of the RU/UKR conflict at the very beginning πŸ”— 1711068898  

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Correctly saw the systemic falsification of readiness reports and siphoning of funding to wunderwaffe as being a critical weakness for the RF. Pretty much the USA's problem too.

Meanwhile at the Indoc Camps: Longhouse struggle sessions πŸ”— 1711067762  

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As expected, the more feminized the society, the more it retreats into fantasylands like "emotions are real and matter".

On Bukele's Salvador πŸ”—

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Big promises, Big dreams. He's at least taken the right approach so far (estado novo), but it remains to be seen if he can actually attract capital and build a non-corrupt public apparatus.

UPDATE: good article providing more context to the salvadoran situation.

The analog coprocessor cometh πŸ”— 1710948819  

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The opportunity of the decade.

As expected, Honduras was an indian giver to prospera πŸ”— 1710943818  

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You'd think a bunch of "libertarians" would have figured out democracies are not agreement capable by now. Or that the puppet government set up by Hillary Clinton was not going to be stable.

Haitian rump government collapses, warlordism resumes πŸ”— 1710884044  

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Lockdown nonsense, like in Sri Lanka, destroyed what little order they had. Now they get to experience the PHD secrets to elite thinking from the "Green Forest School".

On the hollowing out of the American furniture industry πŸ”— 1710517585  

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Ersatz for everyone. Fucking inflation.

Israel: Strategic Hamlets will bring us victory πŸ”— 1710447029  

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Mexico: The real winner of the Ukraine war πŸ”— 1709920586  

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Thanks to the LNG export ban.

The great taking πŸ”— 1709674961  

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Good boil-down of why "Fraud is the Fundamentals" in the bust-out economy. Of course they're writing inventory as collateral and then never disclosing that it's been sold entirely. If you don't pay your bills, your gross is your net.

NYTimes on the SBU being a creature of US intelligence πŸ”— 1709144172  

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Which they allege has perhaps slipped the rope with their terrorist shenanigans. Yeah right, just like the Israelis, eh? In any case one particularly interesting tidbit:
Often, the C.I.A. briefings contained shockingly specific details. On March 3, 2022 β€” the eighth day of the war β€” the C.I.A. team gave a precise overview of Russian plans for the coming two weeks.
People sometimes ask me how all this works in practice. I figured it out after Sibel Edmonds' revelation that there were entire departments basically run by foreign intelligence orgs in the FBI. Think about the incentives. Atop of "keeping your enemies close", having alien spooks around is quite useful for de-fanging any domestic opposition to your agency. Sure it will result in shocking betrayals of national interest, but the agencies have no interest whatsoever in that.

The Kremlin is heavily infiltrated by western spooks for the same reason our guys are heavily infiltrated by our erstwhile "allies". Having the CIA in their hip pocket is a large part of the reason the Russian oligarchy remains invincible. There was a similar relationship between RU and UA, which by all indications continues to this day. The Ukranian spook aristocracy is profiting massively playing these two saps against each other.

Google's "Emperor's new clothes" moment πŸ”—

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The end result is that just as Microsoft could, shielded by years of a Windows monopoly, delude themselves into thinking they had an iPhone killer, Google could, shielded by years of a search monopoly, delude themselves into thinking they had not just the right but the obligation to tell users what they ought to believe.
Gemini is a stinker, because the new socialist man it wants to be (and by extension its user) is impossible. All that can happen is "nice-guy-ism" run amok; everyone let's hide our flaws so everybody likes us amirite???

BONUS: From the same author in 2016:
Indeed, given their power over what users see Facebook could, if it chose, be the most potent political force in the world. Until, of course, said meddling was uncovered, at which point the service, having so significantly betrayed trust, would lose a substantial number of users and thus its lucrative and privileged place in advertising, leading to a plunge in market value. In short, there are no incentives for Facebook to explicitly favor any type of content beyond that which drives deeper engagement; all evidence suggests that is exactly what the service does.
The evidence is now out that the social networks indeed are the most potent political force in the world, and have been largely forced to pull the spook aristocracy's wagon. It's no coincidence that this developed hand in hand with the authoritarian police state built post 9/11. We now have the same old situation, but the "interest groups that care deeply about outcomes" are the lawless spook agencies.

It's worth noting that despite their shocking betrayal of user trust that all the flouride-heads are still addicted to the 'gram. Just like in the 60s and 70s we had shocking exposes on Project Mockingbird et al, it did not matter. TINA. The cost is worth it -- the aggregators have allowed the mittlestand to compete with the big boys.

The final solution to the rightist problem πŸ”—

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On the growing awareness of the Jewish role in world problems, and it's consequences for the right. 100% agree that the issue is just hacking at branches, when striking the root (total illegitimacy of the state) is what's required. So what if our elites lie like a rug about the lollercaust? They lie about everything else too.

Author's other recent article is good too, the gist being Jews: quit hittin' yerself. Unz's latest suggest that perhaps he should take his own advice. Patient, heal thyself.

Cheap, fast nuclear pressure vessels πŸ”— 1708629660  

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Thanks to figuring out how to weld with a fuzor.
UK company Sheffield Forgemasters welds a full-size nuclear reactor vessel in under 24 hours instead of the usual 12 months.
As transformative a technology as the open hearth or bessemer converter.

The ultimate in Sniper/Ballistic tech πŸ”—

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LiDar wind speed detector. Given the size of the unit (a large ruck), it doesn't have utility for anything that isn't truck-drawn. Could be put on a drone to augment squad weaponry though. Indirect fire as accurate as "smart bombs". at 1/1000th the cost. Would be great to sell to shooting ranges to spread the word about the tech to gunnies.

Digital Purdah as the cure to GOTIS πŸ”— 1708451833  

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On the terminal affliction of our era. Social media is the apotheosis of the tabloid press. The fact that people aren't ridiculed for reading this shit like it's the Enquirer is beyond me.

State lets Congress know whos boss πŸ”—

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If GEC wants to put conditions on disclosure, can we put conditions on paying taxes?
Taibbi asking the important questions, finally. See here for how the spook state actually rolls.

BONUS: Scott talks with Matt on this

The real reason for the migrant flood πŸ”— 1708091771  

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It's not to create a huge Rent-A-Mob for the DNC, though I'm sure that's a nice side-effect come this winter. It's really about allowing DIE quotas in corporate to be adhered to. Replace the retiring boomers with immigrants and chop off the rungs of the ladder for young Americans. Corporate prefers having people they hold the sword of damocles over, keeps them from questioning the braindead decisions from management.

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