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Approximately 46% of the American population has some sort of mental issue. It will be quite bad for them and quite bad for anyone they come in contact with. That’s the whole point. That’s what cults bank on.


What does that say about us as a nation then, when half are mental?


Edit: I read your link and it lists Depression, and Addiction, which are what mainly what the causes are for the high numbers.
 






DavidSon

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This was a great interview with Brandon Smith of Alt-Market who's been a consistent conservative and researcher the last 15 years. He makes a great point about the role of Dump diluting the liberty movement (whose peak momentum was under the Ron Paul campaign). Instead of righteous action we're witnessing more people lost in groundless theories that do nothing but draw attention away from real issues. Both the left and right are being played:

Sock Puppet Conservatives are Welcoming Tyranny
 






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Approximately 46% of the American population has some sort of mental issue. It will be quite bad for them and quite bad for anyone they come in contact with. That’s the whole point. That’s what cults bank on.

what a ridiculous statistic no way do i believe that.
remember when social anxiety was called being shy? I do!
 






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After Facebook, now YouTube also doubling down on QAnon accounts.


While the pedosatanic conspiracy seems to ring true louder and louder:

Ah, shit. Was about to post Mouthy Buddha's 3rd part on pizzagate, but it's gone. Saw it this afternoon, just in time it seems.

His account has been cancelled.
 






Lurking009

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Care to refresh your own memory about the comments made regarding sports players protesting by kneeling or walking out?
Which posts of mine are you referring to on this issue? Please name the thread and post number so I can see what you are talking about.

Regarding sports, here's how it works: Players are employees. When they are at a game, they're on company time. They can protest all they want, but their employers (team owner, managers) can slap them with fines, or even fire them if they choose. Spectators can also decide to boycott the players or the team. If I protested while working, I would rightfully be fired.

Lawful protest doesn't mean you get to protest any time and anywhere.


"Supreme Court of the United States has held that the First Amendment protects the right to conduct a peaceful public assembly.[3] The right to assemble is not, however, absolute. Government officials cannot simply prohibit a public assembly in their own discretion,[4] but the government can impose restrictions on the time, place, and manner of peaceful assembly, provided that constitutional safeguards are met.[5] Time, place, and manner restrictions are permissible so long as they “are justified without reference to the content of the regulated speech, . . . are narrowly tailored to serve a significant governmental interest, and . . . leave open ample alternative channels for communication of the information.”[6]
 






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Which posts of mine are you referring to on this issue? Please name the thread and post number so I can see what you are talking about.

Regarding sports, here's how it works: Players are employees. When they are at a game, they're on company time. They can protest all they want, but their employers (team owner, managers) can slap them with fines, or even fire them if they choose. Spectators can also decide to boycott the players or the team. If I protested while working, I would rightfully be fired.

Lawful protest doesn't mean you get to protest any time and anywhere.


"Supreme Court of the United States has held that the First Amendment protects the right to conduct a peaceful public assembly.[3] The right to assemble is not, however, absolute. Government officials cannot simply prohibit a public assembly in their own discretion,[4] but the government can impose restrictions on the time, place, and manner of peaceful assembly, provided that constitutional safeguards are met.[5] Time, place, and manner restrictions are permissible so long as they “are justified without reference to the content of the regulated speech, . . . are narrowly tailored to serve a significant governmental interest, and . . . leave open ample alternative channels for communication of the information.”[6]
Why don’t you enlighten me about when you can and cannot engage in “acceptable” peaceful protest and exercise your first amendment rights? Is it when YOU don’t find it objectable or annoying? Because that is definately how it seems to me... but the first amendment doesn’t really care about your nuisance level. People are free to peacefully protest and use their first amendment rights no matter how you feel about it. You either support the first amendment for everyone or not at all. If your mad about private companies censoring information on their privately owned platforms - fine. You have a right to be. They should be allowed to exercise their freedom of speech. But so should everyone else. And you appear to think that those private companies they work for should be able to take their rights away.. which isn’t even the issue because their employers allowed them while you all sat here and called them a disgrace and said they should move out of the country and it shouldn’t be allowed blah blah
 






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Why don’t you enlighten me about when you can and cannot engage in “acceptable” peaceful protest and exercise your first amendment rights? Is it when YOU don’t find it objectable or annoying? Because that is definately how it seems to me... but the first amendment doesn’t really care about your nuisance level. People are free to peacefully protest and use their first amendment rights no matter how you feel about it. You either support the first amendment for everyone or not at all. If your mad about private companies censoring information on their privately owned platforms - fine. You have a right to be. They should be allowed to exercise their freedom of speech. But so should everyone else. And you appear to think that those private companies they work for should be able to take their rights away.. which isn’t even the issue because their employers allowed them while you all sat here and called them a disgrace and said they should move out of the country and it shouldn’t be allowed blah blah
Why don't you show up for work tomorrow and protest something on your employers time. Also try exercising your freedom of speech by cussing your boss out. Let us know how that goes.

If you don't understand by now that we have freedom of speech and the right to protest but we don't have freedom from consequences in certain situations, then I don't know what else to tell you. You're in for a very rude awakening.

The players can kneel all they want. That doesn't change the fact that owners and managers can legally take action against the players IF THEY CHOOSE, because the players do not have some sacred right to protest while on the job. None of us do. I also have the right to disagree with the players, speak out, and change the channel. See how that works?

Regarding private media platforms, they can do what they want, but when they hold a monopoly on communications and infringe on others' rights, then it becomes problematic.
 






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