Conspiracy thread

CenterBHSFan 333 - I'm only half evil
7,259 posts 51 reps Joined Nov 2009
Mon, May 22, 2023 8:59 PM

Going back to Bush Jr. He not only increased the surveillance state, but also left multiple open ends that would allow it to be manipulated into something much larger than the stated intention. And so now we all have to contend with the neocons and the shitlibs taking full advantage of it. Yet, despite all these people filling their pants about muh right wing extremism!, we have the dems being exposed as the real manipulators of it. All this time they've been screeching about all of the ists and isms, it all comes back to them. 

The past few days I've been looking into the Durham Report and watching some CSPAN. As much as I like to say that the Dems are good for what they think are bright ideas but awful managers - this really has been strategic brilliance when you think about it, hasn't it? Because they have managed the Alphabet Entities and the media with such aplomb that large swaths of people have thrown aside any critical thinking in order to make the choice into believing all or most of it. 

The problem now is that those people are so far into it that it will be extremely difficult to let their beliefs go at this point. And we all know that the repubs are so inept that they won't be able to chip away at it with any effect. 

What happens now? Where do we even go from here? 

CenterBHSFan 333 - I'm only half evil
7,259 posts 51 reps Joined Nov 2009
Mon, Apr 29, 2024 12:09 PM

So, I guess one of the goals of flooding illegal immigrants into the country is to get them into our military. Oh, and also give them educations to become doctors and nurses. 

It makes sense to relax standards of admissions, yeah? Because if the establishment of the duopoly gets its way, they could not only hold leverage over these people's heads to be more easily manipulated but also pave the way for further wage suppression. 

In serious thought, you have to give some credit to the establishments long term thinking and planning. It hasnt been stupid, has it? In hindsight, it makes sense when you look at it, over the years, in a linear way. 

Break up the American industry (Dems just strike-busted in California, remember that?), remove meritocracy and equality from college admissions,  wage suppression, call all opposition to these tactics nazis/racists/sexist and a *threat to our democracy*. Meanwhile they've told Americans that they can't go any further into debt to fix the country's infrastructure but manage to fund wars by the trillions. No money to work on the homeless and mental health problems of Americans but can somehow find billions of dollars to house, feed and give spending cash to illegal aliens. 

Good game, establishment. Good game, indeed.

majorspark Senior Member
5,459 posts 39 reps Joined Nov 2009
Thu, May 9, 2024 2:33 PM

Took the rest of the week off.  Grabbed a 15pk of Miller lite.  Got the card.  I am 52 bald with mostly gray hair.  No more reading the date on my state issued drivers license.  Got to be scanned.  Its 10:30 in the morning.  I guess I am now in the states database of potential drunkards.  Clearly Speedway is in bed with the government.  I have been resisting it but I am becoming a Bell Buddy.

CenterBHSFan 333 - I'm only half evil
7,259 posts 51 reps Joined Nov 2009
Sat, Jun 1, 2024 7:58 PM

Joe Manchin has left the Democrat party. Not to become a Republican as one would assume, but to be an independent. 

So he will be running for governor I guess lol

CenterBHSFan 333 - I'm only half evil
7,259 posts 51 reps Joined Nov 2009
Mon, Jun 24, 2024 4:32 PM

So I'm listening to this doc about J. Edgar Hoover and one thing stands out to me.

JFK, RFK, Nixon. These men pissed off Hoover. They dared to resist his persuasion. Even Reagan was persuaded at times. But Hoover kept a very shaky hold on Reagan, only stymied when it came to hinting that perhaps Nancy had some sort of ties to another country and that's when Reagan remembered he had balls.



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