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Thatcher and Trump refused to give the automatic respect many academics feel is their due. They gave the impression that they could see right through us, an uncomfortable feeling.
This elite perceived what was happening in national politics as a deadly challenge to its own status.
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I told one recently that at the Nuremberg Trials Part 2, all the fascists would be hung. Then I said we’d save him a rope. Maybe a bit hostile but I got my point across.
If this vaccination does turn out to be extremely detrimental
@AlexBerensonAug 17Those of us who have wondered over the years how places like Venezuela got that way - how governments can act in ways that are not just undemocratic but simply insane and guaranteed to produce chaos and misery even in the short run...Turns out that setting destructive policies and then DOUBLING DOWN when they blow up seems to create its own feedback loopAnd the modern administrative state has enough levers to pull (hospital reimbursement, say) to make almost ANYTHING happen for a while. By which point it may be too late.
Obama was supposedly a Harvard-trained lawyer, right? How many billable hours has he spent working in a profession he was trained for? Exactly zero.
IIRC, the Donald did go to U.Penn
in 1964, he enrolled at Fordham University. Two years later he transferred to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in May 1968 with a B.S. in economics
OK, barely.The University of Pennsylvania is not much respected by the rest of them.
U.Penn is one of the original Ivy League Colleges/Universities
Stuff that they had from Obama's actual writings show it full of misspellings and errors, written at an intermediate college level at best, kind of like a high school kid doing encyclopedia copy. The years he was supposed to be at Columbia, nobody remembers him. He was probably attending intelligence agency charm, dress and beauty school during that period, and the Columbia and Harvard Law shticks were just part of the Manchurian fix.
I think they whipped out something he allegedly edited/wrote for the Harvard Law Review
Tulsi Gabbard issues warning about elites to Americanshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pn-cd6YJvF4 Non YouTube link:https://video.foxnews.com/v/6276088288001#sp=show-clips
Harvard was in on the intelligence operation scam from beginning to end.
The stakes are apocalyptic but our political and military leadership and the blue-check geniuses on Twitter do not seem to care. Like blustering Western leaders of ages past, this group seems willing to risk it all for their “master of the universe” sense of superiority. As Anatol Lieven, senior research fellow on Russia and Europe at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, told MSNBC in a recent, essential piece on how we might have averted this crisis, “It was the desire of Western governments not to lose face by compromising with Russia.”
Why is there a Federal Department of Education for example? These and others are afraid of Trump or someone like him focusing attention on them.
Great post ! Without reading the 380 comments I'll just say that in my experience THEY WILL NOT ENGAGE. I stopped trying as I only receive blank stares and they walk away. If you send them links they do not respond with "Thanks for sharing I'll take a look." they say nothing. (Even though you are my sister, or best friend, who I was close to for 50 long years and you do have a master's in Critical & Creative Thinking...I'm not looking). What is mind blowing to me is that they have zero consideration of your research and how you came to your opinion. Rather they have outsourced their thinking to their traditionally trusted sources, NYT, NPR, etc. and those sources in my view are telling them that even considering an alternative version of the narrative puts them in the dreaded 'conspiracy nut' basket. Thinking themselves the academics (many I know are) they can't stomach the idea of the label. (Your average Joe doesn't have this fear and knows that they have been treated as 'less than' for their blue collar work, when they are the ones keeping the lights on, so they have always smelt shit from these main stream sources.) The best way in my view is not to try to have any conversation rather it is putting the truth out on T-shirts from sea to shining sea. This way everywhere they look they are seeing that their sources are not being trusted by millions. They will not lose face by having to back down in a conversation but the exposure of these alternate opinions will then will have them secretly questioning their stance. As much as they don't want to be labeled 'conspiracy theorist' they also don't want to be left behind as 'stupid' for being the last one to 'get it'.
The best way in my view is not to try to have any conversation rather it is putting the truth out on T-shirts from sea to shining sea.
."Noah was a conspiracy theorist and then it rained"
I'll just say that in my experience THEY WILL NOT ENGAGE. I stopped trying as I only receive blank stares and they walk away. If you send them links they do not respond with "Thanks for sharing I'll take a look." they say nothing.
How about "I didn't believe in weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and I don't believe in this vaccine".
Need to line the elites up against a wall and, well...you guess the rest.
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