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 on: Today at 07:53:33 am 
Started by mouse - Last post by MamaLiberty
  It is like the individual molecules of water in the bucket have decided that they are nothing if they do not all cling together, so the "good cops" have sort of melded their minds with the others as life is easier that way.

No matter what the molecules might "think," they cannot change their nature or structure. Humans don't have any more options to change their nature in the long run. Baseline human nature has not changed, despite all of the political fantasies.

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 on: Today at 07:11:05 am 
Started by mouse - Last post by MamaLiberty
I just can't imagine any other race, other than the "white Caucasian" race, writing, saying or even thinking something like this about their own race.

What do you think is behind this self loathing?

Actually, quite complex in total, but boils down to rejection of self ownership, self control, personal responsibility. It's not limited to these insane "feminists" either, of course. It is present in any person who actually thinks they can and should control other people, usually thinking they have no responsibility to control themselves. A seriously irrational ideology.

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 on: Today at 07:10:32 am 
Started by mouse - Last post by mouse
That would be true if they were individuals.  They aren't. Other than on the smallest level they don't think or act as individuals.  They are members of a collective consciousness, a hive.

They can't won't be anything else.

They have given up their individuality to become "cogs in a wheel".  They may physically be individuals but that is as far as it goes.  It is like the individual molecules of water in the bucket have decided that they are nothing if they do not all cling together, so the "good cops" have sort of melded their minds with the others as life is easier that way.

Just as, through disuse, a muscle begins to atrophy, it must get to the stage where cops and other civil servants are unable to function on their own, they cannot reason and make basic decisions (more complicated than "what do I wear today?  Which street should I drive down to be to "point A"?  What should I eat for lunch?) without referring to "the authority".

I thought this when reading a book where a lawyer was questioning a cop who had "apprehended" a woman with a warrant issued for her arrest, in another town, in court.  The woman had accidentally spilled cleaning solvents on her hands at the time and they were badly burnt.  The lawyer said to the cop "her hands must have hurt a lot, and yet you thought nothing of handcuffing her and dragging her into your car".  The cop said "well I had to do my job".

Watching civil servants try to cope with a problem that is not covered in the manual of "what should I do about this, that & the other", it reminds me of the robot in "Lost in Space", turning round in circles, blowing off steam and repeating "it  does not compute" over and over again.

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 on: Today at 06:41:30 am 
Started by mouse - Last post by mouse
I just can't imagine any other race, other than the "white Caucasian" race, writing, saying or even thinking something like this about their own race.

What do you think is behind this self loathing?

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 on: Today at 05:57:31 am 
Started by mouse - Last post by MamaLiberty
The dumbing down process is finally producing its fruit.

Yes indeed. Now you're getting it. Next you need to understand that the "news" has little or nothing to do with the truth... and it's almost impossible to tell what might be true, since there are few other sources.  And "common decency" is quite rare in politics or any sort of public life. I'm not sure it ever was common at all.

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 on: Today at 05:47:47 am 
Started by mouse - Last post by MamaLiberty

That would be true if they were individuals.  They aren't. Other than on the smallest level they don't think or act as individuals.  They are members of a collective consciousness, a hive.

They can't won't be anything else.

They are all individuals. And they are all ultimately responsible for themselves, whether or not they understand or accept it.  Nobody else can eat, sleep or live FOR them.

A bucket of water is composed of individual molecules, no matter what form that water takes.

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 on: Today at 05:39:43 am 
Started by mouse - Last post by MamaLiberty
Really, really stupid. She might better speak to all of the "people of color" who abort their babies in great numbers... about 4 or 5 times more often than "whites."

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 on: Today at 05:37:12 am 
Started by MamaLiberty - Last post by MamaLiberty
ML,  I mostly agree with you but there is a lot of tech being used against people without their consent. Thermal tracking, long range eavesdropping, etc.

Depends on what you include as "consent." Do they accept any "authority" of the non-voluntary government? Do any of them believe that such control by government is necessary and right - especially if it is used against OTHER people? Do they participate in electoral politics? Do they send their children to government schools? Do they insist on using the iPhones and all the other things that facilitate tracking and control? How many of them actually work FOR various levels of government? How many of them even care if they are tracked and manipulated?

There is a great deal to such "consent" that probably doesn't register that way to most folks.

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 on: June 26, 2017, 11:30:30 pm 
Started by mouse - Last post by jamie
just another facet of cultural marxism.

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 on: June 26, 2017, 11:19:31 pm 
Started by mouse - Last post by jamie
No one has ever said that all muslims want sharia but the few who don't are silent aren't they?

Where are the good Muslims? With the good cops.

Or all "good christians" or all "good Americans" or any other group.

They are all individuals and responsible for themselves. None of them are responsible for the actions or choices of ALL the others in their group, regardless of its avowed philosophy or history.

What MamaLiberty said.  :thumbsup:

Many have spoken out, just as there are cops who have spoken out against the drug war but they don't get reported on much.


Not really.  A few have spoken out against the drug war, a few.  How many have spoken out against militarization?  People killed for trivial reasons by the police?   Beaten and tasered to death in custody? Confiscation/forfeiture of assets?  Laws that criminalize just about everything? How many have spoken out against violations of the 4th and 5th amendments?  The second? How many have spoken out for jury nullification? Against  National I.D. ?

None that I know of.

The sole exceptions are a few county sheriffs in the West speaking out for the 2nd amendment.
 

"They are all individuals and responsible for themselves"

That would be true if they were individuals.  They aren't. Other than on the smallest level they don't think or act as individuals.  They are members of a collective consciousness, a hive.

They can't won't be anything else.

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