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  • 5 days ago
    Posted by: Toddler Tue 12 Nov 2019 11:04:48 UTC
    "As long as central banks create and distribute trillions in conscience-free credit to conscience-free financiers and corporations, the incentives for sociopathy only increase, and the incentives for everyone else to opt out increase proportionately.
    What happens next? The dead wood of sociopathy is ignited by a random lightning strike, and the entire financial system (and the economy it feeds) burns to the ground in an uncontrollable conflagration of blowback, consequence and karma."

  • 57 days ago
    Posted by: Toddler Sat 21 Sep 2019 22:15:11 UTC
    "After 9/11 the concept of the “false flag attack” gained prominence in American culture, and ever since, more and more people are starting to question the official narrative whenever new crisis events occur. It is possible that this is why there has not been another attack in the US on the scale of 9/11 since 2001; not because the government is doing a better job with security (there was ample security in operation on 9/11 that for some reason was not utilized), but because it's harder for government agencies to get away fabricated disasters or scapegoating the wrong people as the culprits.

    That said, sometimes governments don't need to create a false flag from scratch. Sometimes disasters not of the government's making can be turned into false flags, as long as they can pin the blame on the target they most want to attack."

  • 57 days ago
    Posted by: Toddler Sat 21 Sep 2019 20:39:17 UTC
    "The most surefire way to succeed in America today is to be a high-functioning sociopath who scratches the backs of other high-functioning sociopaths. As such, the most pressing problem at a root level is that our economy and society incentivizes sociopathic behavior by systematically funneling sociopaths into positions of unaccountable power. If this sounds insane it’s because it is. The very structure of how our society functions is in fact insane."

  • 82 days ago
    Posted by: Toddler Tue 27 Aug 2019 09:57:56 UTC
    "It would appear that the more liberty we lose, the less people are able to imagine how liberty might work. It's a fascinating thing to behold.

    People can no longer imagine a world in which we could be secure without massive invasions of our privacy at every step, and even being strip searched before boarding airplanes, even though private institutions manage much greater security without any invasions of human rights.

    People can no longer remember how a true free market in medical care would work, even though all the problems of the current system were created by government interventions in the first place."

  • 82 days ago
    Posted by: Toddler Tue 27 Aug 2019 09:54:33 UTC
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    Toddler has added a blog post: Mon 29 Jul 2019 12:52:35 UTC