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The World Below / Re: Ron Paul's Dilemma - America Exists in Two Worlds
« on: January 06, 2008, 01:01:30 PM »
But this would presume that the owners of the media are only interested in the ad sales contributing 17.5 percent (or whatever figure they're working on) to overall revenue.

I think you may be on to something... ;)

Regular small ads in local papers bring the greatest return, as both Iowa and Wyoming show.
Wyoming came within a whisker of a great upset (one vote short in one caucus, 7 in another).
These small papers are also quite to very independent.
Coralling them doesn't fit the MO of the smoke & mirror brigade - too much work, not enough gliz, and most importantly, it would destroy the superiority meme.

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The World Below / Re: Ron Paul's Dilemma - America Exists in Two Worlds
« on: January 06, 2008, 12:33:50 PM »
How can this pillock have "visited the Middle East extensively over the past thirty-five years, including nine trips to Israel" and still state that Israel...  ... is an important partner in the spread of freedom and democracy throughout the Middle East and the world" with a straight face?

How? Easy - because it's TheLaw (Public Law No: 102-14)
http://www.freedomportal.net/forum/index.php?topic=8701.msg68500#msg68500

Gives the statement a brand new (paleolytic) meaning...

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9/11 / Re: Israelis did 9/11 - summary of how they did it.
« on: January 05, 2008, 08:30:10 PM »
Still repeating this lie, I see. Even after I schooled you.

You realize, I trust, that a best you are a bit of a fire-retardant?
Not here - out there. Here you are already moaning ash.

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General / Re: Foreign languages
« on: January 05, 2008, 07:28:31 PM »
I use a highly sophisticated method that works only with a scientifically significant posts sample: "Would that poster conceivably say what it sounds like?" If the test computes (p<0.0001), the interpretation is probably correct to a highly probable probability, if not, it's back to sample crunching - or coffee. If the science fails, I just respond and see what happens...

The most difficult posts are the blanc ones*, but I think your Spanish is outstanding... ;D

*I have pictures turned off - usually

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The World Below / Re: Ron Paul's Dilemma - America Exists in Two Worlds
« on: January 05, 2008, 05:01:51 PM »
A Major Reason Ron Paul Will Not Win

Where to start? Maybe at the end? "Ron Paul Will Win".

Perhaps the most fundamental reason for the author's conclusion (or wish?) is that most analysis' are made from the perspective of electioneering triangulations as usual (let's forget the Internet part for a moment), i.e. traditional retail politics. That only works - to some extent - in regards to the pre-approved candidates slugging it out in the system set up by and for the establishment.

The system has two functions. One, to arrive at a desired result, and two, to give the appearance of choice. We know all that. We talk about it all the time, yet we still tend to look at the whole rigged circus through the perspective the establishment wants us to use, i.e. 'do well' here -> have a shot, 'fail' there -> give it up. And definitely don't forget to notice the low poll numbers, even if the chattering class be ignored.

Ron Paul will not win - by running the maze layd out for the odd trouble maker (see Gravel, Kucinich for example - all but a curiosity). Would he buy the cheese with his funds, he'd end up in a dead end - certified and guaranteed. He obviously knows that, and despite the best efforts of a growing chorus to get with the program (including people inside the campaign HQ), he sticks to his guns.

Iowa was to generate disappointment, New Hampshire is to finish him off - or so the plan goes. No amount of money spent would change "he who counts the vote..." and all that. After a disappointing 5th in Iowa (expectation: 3rd), I expect an even more disappointing 3rd in NH (expectation: 1st). We already know that the Ron Paul voter database was sabotaged - wiped. We also know that 65 precincts have not yet reported, and likely never will (here comes Britney to push Iowa into the memory hole). We also have the 'glitch' that put RP temporarily into 6th, until it got widely know that the differentiating numbers came from one precinct.

The purpose of all that was to keep the outcome at around 10% - or the worst they could manage. The on-the-ground volunteers were tremendous (mostly Internet kids too), the largest group of any candidate. Only full blown sabotage could prevent the plan from coming apart. It wasn't just the file sabotage; there were also desperate appeals from "unnamed officials" pleading with volunteers not to call potential voters on their own, and scores of volunteers who were told that they are not needed - WHAT? - yep. The Internet is 'only' important to keep the base fired up, expand that connected base to the max, exchange ideas in miliflops, and organize the troops to forge through the snow and sleet - as they do and did.

I'm tickled pink, that they had to go that far in only the first State - the 'sleepier revolutionaries' are waking up fast, and NH will fun to watch... No matter the published results from NH, the revolution is barely getting into second gear.

Spending the cash frugally and only strategically is exactly the right choice at this stage. It will be much more useful after all the shenanigans created a stir, and when the approved candidates run out of steam. You can only say "I will bring Change to Change the Change voters want Changed" so many times before someone asks "How?".

Conventions are in 7 months, (s)elections in 10. Think of is as the "slow boil" on the other foot...

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General / Re: Rabbi Warns Britney Spears To Clean Up Her Act
« on: January 05, 2008, 01:15:32 PM »
You'll be owing me $50 buckaroos in October 2008.  8)

Do you guys have to make threads about morbid, personal dreams of implied violence????
This is private property, you know!!!!
Someone should contact the owner - now!!!!
!!!!!



!

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General / Re: Rabbi Warns Britney Spears To Clean Up Her Act
« on: January 05, 2008, 01:06:43 PM »
Is it not bloody amazing, that every time a minor diversion is needed this garbage falls out of the dumpster - coincidentally of course; G-d works in mysterious ways and all...

There needed to be a contrasting event between Iowa and NH, to disconnect the two, and especially to forget the first one - et voila. There are still no complete numbers, and we now know of a definite sabotage of vital information costing potentially a 3rd place. The third place is not even as important as getting the percentage clearly and unfudginly over ten (saw it reported as 9.99 on some MSM site, no kidding).

Iowa was to discourage, New Hampshire will be the attempt to kill the energy for good (expectation 1st, published result 3rd). Won't work either...

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General / Re: Day One - The War With Iran
« on: January 05, 2008, 12:42:40 PM »
The "you can't afford to pull the rug because you are on it - ha - ha - ha" mantra is typical "aren't we brilliant" garbage from the talmudic dimwits. They probably believe the illusion themselves to 99%, while the other 1 ensures steady levels of high-anxiety. There is always a point when incurring some pain is perfectly acceptable; especially when that pain prevents a greater one, like death.

I remember earlier last year (forget the dates) when USCorp positioned four carrier groups off the coast of Iran (and one or two in the Mediterranean)? China made some announcement that triggered a market sell-off - starting in Chine - and travelling around the world. All but one carrier went quietly home within a couple of face-saving days. You simply don't move all those assets around for sight-seeing or even the childish "sending a message".

It appears that Israel would have to start the madness all by themselves, and that is highly unlikely. They only do so when the perceived odds are overwhelmingly in their favor - something like a thousand to one - which has apparently something to do with the value of finger nails...

Do you believe in the Samson Option? - I don't...

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" The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything."

Stalin

Yes. That is why the Ron Paul Revolution will eventually overwhelm the system.
Quaint electioneering won't do.
That's where that revolution thing comes in, tho most 'revolutionaries' do not understand this - yet.
I'm confident that they will - then we win...

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General / Re: The Campaign Against NOLAJBS.Net
« on: January 04, 2008, 08:38:33 PM »
10,000+ word pretzels

I love long articles, or 70 minute audios. I love philosphy. When I see Daryl Smith and Eric Huffschmidt argueing, it breaks my heart

You had me worried. Your first few post-hiatus posts sounded so tentative and ordinary.
Now that you are back to your suffering self, I trust all is well - in a tormented way, of course...

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General / Re: Foreign languages
« on: January 04, 2008, 06:53:52 PM »
And here I always thought that his manner of speaking was derived from his Super Superior Lineal ThinkingTM, and that some of his comments flew above my head because my thinking processes were lacking.

That would be Super Superior Lateral Thinking„¢.
And the "over my head" problem was already diagnosed by fahey to be due to acute crypticism.
Except, he apparently didn't connect the dots - laterally... ;D

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General / Re: Foreign languages
« on: January 04, 2008, 04:32:53 PM »
The worst part about foreign languages is not with the heady stuff, it's with the subtleties lacking for safe chit-chat; one-liner stuff. You try to shower someone with derision and they think you are impressed. It's of course much worse the other way around. I find that there are many verbal mines like that for the uninitiated. Even living "in it" for years doesn't quite eliminate that danger for gross misunderstanding.

That problem used to make me very 'shy', but I got over it... ;D

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General / Re: The Campaign Against NOLAJBS.Net
« on: January 04, 2008, 03:48:04 PM »
This may seem surprising, but then, all over the internet, such feuds are maintained with maximum effort, and endless, elaborate detail. Often, the fucktard in question is an unemployed loser, the reason for this being that they could never apply themselves to a task ... but if it is an internet feud, then they get going.

Still, even having seen this as reality, I have to wonder why?!! I can't think than it's other than a case of their opponent actually being the sole verification of their having any worth, at all. That's rather sad.

Often true, but not in this case.
 
What you read on that site are just the mad rantings of a once pretty impressive operator - as far as they go; the shattered remains of a carefully constructed persona and his merry band of klezmer virtuosi. We earned that bile for having deconstructed the anti-zionist illusion, and for screwing up the mission; though he ended up doing most of that work himself.

The sophisticated, authoritative sounding, highly literate, 10,000+ word pretzels were not the product of some lonely "unemployed loser". At the very worst, PQ et al. was a well trained, international team of 'philanthropy' recipients. Perhaps now, they are just unemployed - hence the meltdown or because of it...

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http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/rosnerPage.jhtml

Love that source.
Don't have to wait for what the chattering class opines about tomorrow, or the next scientific poll swings...

I see that they have 'improved' the left column  ;D

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That sounds really serious. Surely that would be unconstitutional under the First Amendment?

There is a 'law' higher than any constitution and its amendments, ever since March 20, 1991, when H.J.Res.104 became Public Law No: 102-14; deceptively called "Education Day, USA".

Public Law No: 102-14 recognizes that "Noahide Law" is "the bedrock of civilization" AND commits the US government to "return the World to it". As a seal, 'Education Day, U.S.A celebrates the birthday of that most committed of freedom lovers, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, leader of the Lubavitch movement.

See Congessional Record (please copy and paste, and remove the space after http:):
http: //thomas.loc.gov/beta/billView.jsp?&k2dockey=/prd/k2/bills/xml/102/hj104.enr.xml@billmerge&numHits=1&currDoc=1&currentPage=1&102%3Cin%3Econgress%29&congress=102

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General / Re: Day One - The War With Iran
« on: January 04, 2008, 12:22:47 PM »
I think you are misreading that essay. It's not warm and cozy at all, and it is just the start, not the end, like when ZOG "cakewalked" into Iraq. Also, that's about the best case scenario for them. ...

It may have been the best case scenario about anno 2005-6.
Now it frankly sounds like the usual "aren't we powerful and dangerously crazy" stuff - the illusion thing.
The telling part is "... streaked across Lebanon and northern Iraq...". What's missing and why?
Knowing both answers, I completely agree with dean_soar's take.

There is also no possibility that Iran would be caught by surprise at this point, even if the IAF would make it to Iraqi airspace. There happen to be - totally by coincidence, incidentally - lots of Turkish air assets around Northern Iraq lately. Turkey, Syria and Iran meet almost permanently "to insure stability in the region", something TIC (The International Community) is very upset about.

The little Machiavelli in me would actually love it, if they'd give it another shot...

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General / Re: Day One - The War With Iran
« on: January 04, 2008, 07:46:57 AM »
The war began as planned. The Israeli pilots took off well before dawn and streaked across Lebanon and northern Iraq, high above Kirkuk. Flying US-made F-15 and F-16s, the Israelis separated over the mountains of western Iran, the pilots gesturing a last minute show of confidence in their mission, maintaining radio silence.

They already tried that and were stopped before reaching Iraq - better luck next time...

It took them almost three weeks, before agreeing on some sort of coordinated cover story.

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Sue's Place / Re: Darko LeFagFag saith: "Ron Paul is Kaputt!"
« on: January 04, 2008, 07:41:39 AM »
Sorry, but it's all over folks.

Au contraire, mon ami - it's just starting...

Let's look around at the mess (wars, economy, etc, etc,). Some shitheads are benefitting from all that. Said shitheads are not just going to smile, shrug their shoulders and say "oh well, that's democracy, we'll try again next time", because next time will at best be in a few generations, if not a few hundred years. They take it for what it is - total war to the finish. The majority of 'our' side has not yet absorbed the enormity of the stakes, and still treat it as some reasonably civilized contest. It can't be, because there is nothing civilized about the death-cult.

But, what is happening is precisely what needs to happen in order to get to the breaking point. The death-cult has no other option but to play it by "the book of corruption" and hope like hell it will suffice - it won't. Sure, there will be a dip and more dips, but in three months time, this thing will be bigger and stronger than ever. By September it will be all over - God willing, of course ;-)

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General / Re: The Campaign Against NOLAJBS.Net
« on: January 04, 2008, 07:15:35 AM »
I wonder what got up his nose?

He (thought he) had a good false-opposition game going with a gaggle of helpers. He was finangled into a nervous breakdown, revealing the carfully hidded chicken feathers and went berserk - always happens at some point. Good fun, it was...

I don't know if the relevent, long, loud and messy threads are still available for entertainment.

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General / Re: Foreign languages
« on: January 03, 2008, 07:48:55 PM »
What languages do you know?

Unfortunately some of the most important languages are also some of the hardest to learn - Arabic, Chinese, Japanese.

On the other hand - Romance languages are not so hard for English speakers to learn because of the huge number of words in English borrowed from Latin.

It's actually 3 and a half, sort of.
Originally a Swiss-German 'dialect', quite different from German in every way. Obviously German, French then English. Although now I'm doing best in English as far as casual stuff goes. I never had a talent for language, but science comes easy. Appears to be a common problem. Neural wiring perhaps, I think rather temperament. With science you can 'jump ahead' in your thought, in language you're dead.

Never even attempted Arabic, Chinese, Japanese or even Russian. I'd need another life-time for that...

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