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[#] Mon Jan 11 2021 10:21:39 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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Ironically, they become the the thing they claim to despise, they are the problem they believe they're the response to, the evil they think they are better than. 

 



[#] Wed Jan 13 2021 17:54:36 MST from boxfiddler

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ignored the Northeast coast.  Those guys are problem, too.  They may be easier to suppress, I figure they can be starved into submission.  Or we could just make New York a prison... 



[#] Fri Jan 15 2021 21:05:46 MST from TheDave

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All we have to do is deny them food for a bit.  They don't know how to grow anything.



[#] Fri Jan 15 2021 21:07:18 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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They've got farms in Maine, right? Stephen King always made it seem so rural... the CITIES would implode. Too dense. But the rural areas would be OK. Doesn't Martha Stewart live up that way? 


Fri Jan 15 2021 21:05:46 MST from TheDave

All we have to do is deny them food for a bit.  They don't know how to grow anything.



 



[#] Sat Jan 16 2021 01:20:47 MST from TheDave

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Fri Jan 15 2021 21:07:18 MST from ParanoidDelusions

They've got farms in Maine, right? Stephen King always made it seem so rural... the CITIES would implode. Too dense. But the rural areas would be OK. Doesn't Martha Stewart live up that way? 


Fri Jan 15 2021 21:05:46 MST from TheDave

All we have to do is deny them food for a bit.  They don't know how to grow anything.



 



The thing about the farms east of the Appalachians is that they can sustain themselves just fine, and probably all the towns round those parts, without any trouble at all.  What they're not feeding is the cities.  And you think those farmers are gonna put up with the city folk coming around to steal their food once the famine sets in?  Nope.  All those libs will ruin the surrounding countryside in the attempt and they'll be toast in 4-6 months at the latest.



[#] Sat Jan 16 2021 21:06:33 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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Seems reasonable. Where does New York get its sustenance? For some reason - I believe it must be Ohio. 

 

Sat Jan 16 2021 01:20:47 MST from TheDave
 

The thing about the farms east of the Appalachians is that they can sustain themselves just fine, and probably all the towns round those parts, without any trouble at all.  What they're not feeding is the cities.  And you think those farmers are gonna put up with the city folk coming around to steal their food once the famine sets in?  Nope.  All those libs will ruin the surrounding countryside in the attempt and they'll be toast in 4-6 months at the latest.



 



[#] Sun Jan 17 2021 17:55:53 MST from Google Bot

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Sat Jan 16 2021 21:06:33 MST from ParanoidDelusions

Seems reasonable. Where does New York get its sustenance? For some reason - I believe it must be Ohio. 

 

Sat Jan 16 2021 01:20:47 MST from TheDave
 

The thing about the farms east of the Appalachians is that they can sustain themselves just fine, and probably all the towns round those parts, without any trouble at all.  What they're not feeding is the cities.  And you think those farmers are gonna put up with the city folk coming around to steal their food once the famine sets in?  Nope.  All those libs will ruin the surrounding countryside in the attempt and they'll be toast in 4-6 months at the latest.



 



 

 

New York City gets it sustenance from all the upstate New York farms.  

They get their electricity from Niagara Falls.

They get their water from the Catskill Mountains.  

Upstate NY can survive on its own, and i very red compared to the city folk.

 



[#] Sun Jan 17 2021 18:41:22 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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Same can be said about California. I hope both places are ready to practice siege warfare with their urban city states and remind them that without the rural interior, those places go hungry. 

I think a 6 week boycott of the major blue urban areas by the midwest, the interior of California, other agricultural areas - would remind the metro hubs how dependent they are on the labor of the Red rural areas. 

 

Sun Jan 17 2021 17:55:53 MST from Google Bot

 

Sat Jan 16 2021 21:06:33 MST from ParanoidDelusions

Seems reasonable. Where does New York get its sustenance? For some reason - I believe it must be Ohio. 

 

Sat Jan 16 2021 01:20:47 MST from TheDave
 

The thing about the farms east of the Appalachians is that they can sustain themselves just fine, and probably all the towns round those parts, without any trouble at all.  What they're not feeding is the cities.  And you think those farmers are gonna put up with the city folk coming around to steal their food once the famine sets in?  Nope.  All those libs will ruin the surrounding countryside in the attempt and they'll be toast in 4-6 months at the latest.



 



 

 

New York City gets it sustenance from all the upstate New York farms.  

They get their electricity from Niagara Falls.

They get their water from the Catskill Mountains.  

Upstate NY can survive on its own, and i very red compared to the city folk.

 



 



[#] Sun Jan 17 2021 22:08:35 MST from TheDave

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Sun Jan 17 2021 18:41:22 MST from ParanoidDelusions

Same can be said about California. I hope both places are ready to practice siege warfare with their urban city states and remind them that without the rural interior, those places go hungry. 

I think a 6 week boycott of the major blue urban areas by the midwest, the interior of California, other agricultural areas - would remind the metro hubs how dependent they are on the labor of the Red rural areas. 

 

Sun Jan 17 2021 17:55:53 MST from Google Bot

 

Sat Jan 16 2021 21:06:33 MST from ParanoidDelusions

Seems reasonable. Where does New York get its sustenance? For some reason - I believe it must be Ohio. 

 

Sat Jan 16 2021 01:20:47 MST from TheDave
 

The thing about the farms east of the Appalachians is that they can sustain themselves just fine, and probably all the towns round those parts, without any trouble at all.  What they're not feeding is the cities.  And you think those farmers are gonna put up with the city folk coming around to steal their food once the famine sets in?  Nope.  All those libs will ruin the surrounding countryside in the attempt and they'll be toast in 4-6 months at the latest.



 



 

 

New York City gets it sustenance from all the upstate New York farms.  

They get their electricity from Niagara Falls.

They get their water from the Catskill Mountains.  

Upstate NY can survive on its own, and i very red compared to the city folk.

 



 



I really wish they'd do it.  They don't understand how in control they could be.  There's literally no way to take over a farming operation and maintain the output.  Farming is arcane lore to most city people.  I grew up around farmers and I think of myself as a noob.  I would survive, but it would be rough going.  The rest of them?  They're going to die within two months.



[#] Thu Jan 28 2021 07:59:28 MST from ParanoidDelusions

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"I saw you at a Nazi rally... therefore, you are a Nazi." Social Credit comes to America. 



https://www.reddit.com/r/DescentIntoTyranny/comments/l6wf06/being_on_parler_and_gab_cost_new_york_literary/

Here is the problem - and we know it. Science knows it. 

Conservatives are less likely to be influenced by ideological differences to avoid a merchant and withhold their patronage. Being conservatives - we're more likely to weigh in things like convenience, price, and other factors in deciding what the best economic decision is. 

Liberals are more likely to weigh ideology and shared values over price, convenience, quality and other factors in choosing the merchants, retailers, and service providers they do business with. They're more tribal - which is why virtue signaling is such an important factor of their cultural habits. 

Therefore - the alternative, "We just do the same thing back to them," doesn't work. Not because of the perception that the Left leaning merchants offer the best things... Target, Starbucks, CostCo...

And note - it doesn't even matter if they are actually Left leaning or not they simply have to virtue signal that they agree, and not do anything disagreeable (which, not being racist, not being sexist, not being homophobic - it isn't hard to FAKE being on their side when all you want is their transactions with your company...) 

In an ideal world, this woman would lose her job, and there would be conservative companies beating down her door to offer her a job of equal pay and equal prestige - and she wouldn't be abusing that - she wouldn't be blaming Parlor and Gab when really those were used as an excuse to let go an inferior employee. We would have a network, a good-ol-boys-and-girls club - that would circle its wagons around conservative values and we could create our own economy, our own circuit, our own pool of all the things they have in place.

But strategically, we're beat. Conservative values regarding "life isn't fair, you have to pick yourself up from injustices, dust yourself off, and self-actualize your own recovery..." Our own values of independence and self-accountability prevent us from having the collective strength that Liberals have. I can't get Ben Shapiro or the Cautious Conservative or the Daily Caller or any of the well known Right Wing platforms or publishers or celebrities to give me a nod, to give me a break, to hire me on. I link to my past articles and reach out to them. Most of them ignore me. The few who contact me back suggest "write a blog, start a podcast, build your own empire. That is what I did..." 

I understand that they're just showing conservative values. But an outspoken, snarky tech journalist cancelled by the Left Media because he is conservative - should be picked up by the Right Media immediately. Those who run the Right Leaning media sites should *welcome* getting that kind of previous experience and expanding their media reach outside of just politics into technology. But they're myopic... and *conservative*. 


It is why we're losing. We do not have the tribal unity with one another that Liberal Democrats do. Not coincidentally, maybe - I saw this kind of collective unity among white Catholics (who tend to lean Left) in Ohio. Our ideas about capitalism and the free market and competition are our liability here. We need to see ourselves as incorporated, instead of independent individuals making it on their own - otherwise, Liberalism becomes the WalMart of political ideologies - and most people shop there because it is easy and convenient and reliable and has a commodity of scale - and the right, operating as a loose community of like-minded mom-and-pop stores, slowly goes out of business 1 by 1, until there is only WalMart left. 

 



[#] Mon Feb 08 2021 10:02:42 MST from TheDave

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