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The Right's being backed into a corner
« on: January 28, 2021, 03:10:15 PM »
The Democrats/far left want to back conservatives into a corner where the only option available is violence. The left can steal elections w/o response, shut down conservative media already and will increase their efforts to do that through censorship and possible "hate" or "anti-racism" media laws. And their military arm can riot, destroy, and intimidate any time it's called upon without fear of the law. Corporations will join in with government to clamp down on speech and associations.  Avenues for getting the conservative message out w/be severely restricted and legitimate political action w/b closed off. Elections w/no longer be meaningful.

Being desperate, the crazier elements of the right will then get violent. Which is EXACTLY what the left wants. You see the mileage they've gotten out of the Capital riot.That in turn allows the Regime and its minions to clamp down even more on conservatives and Americans' rights in general for "safety's sake." The sheeple that comprise much of the American electorate w/go right along w/it.

Our politicians have failed us.

The American People can change this if they unite. But it w/take a People's War w/no termination or compromise in order to do it. The Regime desperately needs local government-executives, legislature, school boards, etc., to cooperate in order to implement its agenda. And that is EXACTLY where people have the most clout and can swing things back into a conservative direction.Right now, there are not enough motivated people to do that. This nation will have to pay for its stupidity for a time, and people must suffer before enough are awakened and energized to act.

It will need leadership. Rush and FOX had a big role in the past. But now new leadership is needed-leadership that can influence masses of people.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2021, 03:39:13 PM »
When conservatives get violent you'll know.

And if we do, it will be for all the marbles. Not for the cameras.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2021, 04:16:52 PM »
The Democrats/far left want to back conservatives into a corner where the only option available is violence. The left can steal elections w/o response, shut down conservative media already and will increase their efforts to do that through censorship and possible "hate" or "anti-racism" media laws. And their military arm can riot, destroy, and intimidate any time it's called upon without fear of the law. Corporations will join in with government to clamp down on speech and associations.  Avenues for getting the conservative message out w/be severely restricted and legitimate political action w/b closed off. Elections w/no longer be meaningful.

Being desperate, the crazier elements of the right will then get violent. Which is EXACTLY what the left wants. You see the mileage they've gotten out of the Capital riot.That in turn allows the Regime and its minions to clamp down even more on conservatives and Americans' rights in general for "safety's sake." The sheeple that comprise much of the American electorate w/go right along w/it.

Our politicians have failed us.

The American People can change this if they unite. But it w/take a People's War w/no termination or compromise in order to do it. The Regime desperately needs local government-executives, legislature, school boards, etc., to cooperate in order to implement its agenda. And that is EXACTLY where people have the most clout and can swing things back into a conservative direction.Right now, there are not enough motivated people to do that. This nation will have to pay for its stupidity for a time, and people must suffer before enough are awakened and energized to act.

It will need leadership. Rush and FOX had a big role in the past. But now new leadership is needed-leadership that can influence masses of people.

Our politicians have failed us on both sides of the aisle.

Focusing on the GOP for the purpose of replying to your post; it is primarily FAILED leadership that veered the party towards the left. McConnell and Ryan had the majority for years and instead of taking advantage of that majority that catered to the left.

I was absolutely shocked when Ryan took the helm once again after Trump was sworn in and he sat and lied through his teeth stating to the affect that now that they head a majority things would change; only problem was, they had the majority and that majority was under his leadership. MConnell also retained his leadership role.

I knew then that nothing would change; nothing within the GOP would change.  We did see some changes after McCain passed; both McConnell and Graham shifted more to the right. However, no significant shift to the right occurred. We had a full majority in all houses and we should have seen a shift to a more conservative policy.

IMHO President Trump was able to make some accomplishments without the help of those in his party which is a real shame, had he had the support of his majority we would have our country back and certainly the stolen election wouldn't have happened.

The GOP is no longer. It's going to take a new regime with multiple strong constitutional conservative leadership.  I don't even know if it's possible to overcome the betrayal from the GOP and the leftist/globalist stranglehold on this country.

Yes it will take uniting which Trump did a very good job of; and the leftists needed division -- BLM/Antifa and other subversives have been bought and paid for to continue division.

It will be difficult to change things in the school system but it is needed. It will also be difficult to change things from the ground up within the GOP if not impossible.  Let the GOP die and again a new party/regime needs to be implemented and with the right leadership (and not necessarily Trump) I think you will see an even larger mass of people joining that crusade because of the dismantling of our rights.

Can we accomplish the objective of a new regime?  I don't know. Where do we go from here and how do we get there? 

GOD Bless America, have mercy upon this country and stop the evil that has a stranglehold on our Republic from prevailing.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2021, 05:30:53 PM »
I have been married to an olive complected Italian beauty, for over 50 years.

 

More than once, she has been  mistaken for an Hispanic.

It is not a bad thing.



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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #4 on: January 29, 2021, 01:16:47 PM »
When conservatives get violent you'll know.

And if we do, it will be for all the marbles. Not for the cameras.

 A rising by conservatives?? That will never happen.There are big differences between the right and left in this country.

The left is far more committed than the right-and they NEVER stop.To use a sports saying: they want it more.I saw the campaigns and debates where moderate-conservatives like Bush, Dole, McCain and Romney were about as dynamic as limp dish rags. Leftists are far more activist-and active. They can thus pull massive demonstrations together for any one of a number of causes. Prior to the "Stop of Steal" rallies, the right couldn't come close except for the right to life folks.Republicans usually lose interest after awhile. Or, they are willing to compromise. Leftists never do either

Confronted with a "soft" one-party dictatorship which is where we're headed, most people-including conservatives- will shrug their shoulders and knuckle under.The GOP could turn into leftist-lite in efforts to stay relevant. I do think there are things our masses can do-stop supporting Hollywood, news media publications, leftist churches and charities.In the long run, 74 million w/have effects But I don't know if they'll do even that.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #5 on: January 29, 2021, 01:42:38 PM »
A rising by conservatives?? That will never happen.There are big differences between the right and left in this country.

The left is far more committed than the right-and they NEVER stop.To use a sports saying: they want it more.I saw the campaigns and debates where moderate-conservatives like Bush, Dole, McCain and Romney were about as dynamic as limp dish rags. Leftists are far more activist-and active. They can thus pull massive demonstrations together for any one of a number of causes. Prior to the "Stop of Steal" rallies, the right couldn't come close except for the right to life folks.Republicans usually lose interest after awhile. Or, they are willing to compromise. Leftists never do either

Confronted with a "soft" one-party dictatorship which is where we're headed, most people-including conservatives- will shrug their shoulders and knuckle under.The GOP could turn into leftist-lite in efforts to stay relevant. I do think there are things our masses can do-stop supporting Hollywood, news media publications, leftist churches and charities.In the long run, 74 million w/have effects But I don't know if they'll do even that.

The "Rising" has to be a broad coalition of conservatives,  classical liberals, libertarians who agree to put our differences aside to fight for the common cause.  The question is, can we agree as to whom should lead this movement? 

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #6 on: January 29, 2021, 02:28:36 PM »
The "Rising" has to be a broad coalition of conservatives,  classical liberals, libertarians who agree to put our differences aside to fight for the common cause.  The question is, can we agree as to whom should lead this movement?

I have stated for many years that it is going to take Black and White coming together to defeat the government stranglehold on our freedoms.  With the lowest Black unemployment in history Trump was beginning to soften the hatred between races and now with the recent and continued uprising from BLM and Antifa, that coming together is never going to happen.

With the recent stolen election, a coalition of conservatives, classic liberals and libertarians is never going to happen either.

Both of those ships have sailed; just like the global marxists planned.

Trump drew tremendous crowds and though it will never be admitted or acknowledged I think he probably won by a landslide.  Whether or not that number will be enough to form a new party/gov't or even if it would be possible, I have some doubt, though I see it as the only pathway forward.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #7 on: January 29, 2021, 02:39:53 PM »
A rising by conservatives?? That will never happen.There are big differences between the right and left in this country.

The left is far more committed than the right-and they NEVER stop.To use a sports saying: they want it more.I saw the campaigns and debates where moderate-conservatives like Bush, Dole, McCain and Romney were about as dynamic as limp dish rags. Leftists are far more activist-and active. They can thus pull massive demonstrations together for any one of a number of causes. Prior to the "Stop of Steal" rallies, the right couldn't come close except for the right to life folks.Republicans usually lose interest after awhile. Or, they are willing to compromise. Leftists never do either

Confronted with a "soft" one-party dictatorship which is where we're headed, most people-including conservatives- will shrug their shoulders and knuckle under.The GOP could turn into leftist-lite in efforts to stay relevant. I do think there are things our masses can do-stop supporting Hollywood, news media publications, leftist churches and charities.In the long run, 74 million w/have effects But I don't know if they'll do even that.

Gee, I don't know Trump was pretty darn good at drawing massive crowds together; obviously not to invoke demonstrations but merely to reaffirm that their voices were being heard

IMHO that 74 million that you are talking about may grow considerably as people on the left realize exactly how they've been duped. 

People don't lose interest when it starts to mean being able to put food on the table for their kids and having a roof over their heads.  Once the masses start having to go without food and shelter; they'll react. That also opens the door for the left to be able to implement socialism; that will only work for a short period of time.

Liberalism hasn't worked in the past, isn't working now and sure isn't going to work in the future and I absolutely guarantee it!

GOD Bless America, have mercy upon this country and stop the evil that has a stranglehold on our Republic from prevailing.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2021, 07:57:17 PM »
A rising by conservatives?? That will never happen.There are big differences between the right and left in this country.

The left is far more committed than the right-and they NEVER stop.To use a sports saying: they want it more.I saw the campaigns and debates where moderate-conservatives like Bush, Dole, McCain and Romney were about as dynamic as limp dish rags. Leftists are far more activist-and active. They can thus pull massive demonstrations together for any one of a number of causes. Prior to the "Stop of Steal" rallies, the right couldn't come close except for the right to life folks.Republicans usually lose interest after awhile. Or, they are willing to compromise. Leftists never do either

Confronted with a "soft" one-party dictatorship which is where we're headed, most people-including conservatives- will shrug their shoulders and knuckle under.The GOP could turn into leftist-lite in efforts to stay relevant. I do think there are things our masses can do-stop supporting Hollywood, news media publications, leftist churches and charities.In the long run, 74 million w/have effects But I don't know if they'll do even that.

Oh, no.

Nothing "soft" about what the Rodents want to do to us.

"Imagine a boot, stamping on a human face forever."

That's their goal, that's their agenda.

They don't care that EVERY implementation of socialism leaves the afflicted nation in economic chaos with peasants starving in the streets.   

Their goal is to be the Masters. 

Their goal is to be YOUR master.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #9 on: February 04, 2021, 08:22:48 PM »
The Right is not represented at all...

And it hasn't been for most of my life.

Liberalism is not winning on its merit - It has no merit.
Liberalism is winning because it has no opposition.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #10 on: February 05, 2021, 07:23:40 PM »
I don't think that "liberalism" is what these people represent.A liberal used to be someone who is open-minded and who respects people's rights. You think Schumer, AOC and Kamala Harris are liberals? They're Stalinist hard-left ideologues with steroided Napoleonic complexes, not liberals.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #11 on: February 05, 2021, 07:30:56 PM »
The Right is not represented at all...

And it hasn't been for most of my life.

Liberalism is not winning on its merit - It has no merit.
Liberalism is winning because it has no opposition.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #12 on: February 08, 2021, 01:14:46 AM »
The left lunatics cry that a rebellion took place in January.  Heck, if there had been a rebellion, a number of them would not be here to complain.

There is no doubt a great wrong has taken place with the last election.  The Dems stole the election, and I consider it treason worthy of a rope for all involved. 

Right now, Republicans control 28 state legislatures.  In every one of those states, electronic voting should be snuffed out and replaced with manual voting only.  Anyone with a systems background knows how easy it is to monkey around with any system.  Secure elections my *ss!!!!


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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #13 on: February 08, 2021, 10:14:58 AM »
I have been married to an olive complected Italian beauty, for over 50 years.

 

More than once, she has been  mistaken for an Hispanic.

It is not a bad thing.


@truth_seeker

   WHO here ever said,or even implied that being mistaken for a His or Her Panic is a bad thing?


If anyone did,I sure missed it,and you had better believe that I would have spoken out because in MY opinion,Americans of Mexican extraction are some of the best damn people on the planet.

I just wish they would drop that ridiculous "His or Her-Panic" thing. There is nothing shameful about having native American blood.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #14 on: February 08, 2021, 11:10:10 AM »
@truth_seeker

   WHO here ever said,or even implied that being mistaken for a His or Her Panic is a bad thing?


It's SoCal....
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #15 on: February 08, 2021, 01:37:45 PM »
The Right is not represented at all...
And it hasn't been for most of my life.
Liberalism is not winning on its merit - It has no merit.
Liberalism is winning because it has no opposition.
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Predictably, your comment is on the mark.
Arguably our morass has been self-inflicted by politics, left and right.
Commencing w/the Assembly of Greece, onto the Senate of Rome
then to the pre-Parliamentary bodies of Medieval Europe, up thru the
Renaissance; Monarchy was the governing norm, worldwide.
Yet wise men always had their say while prudent rulers listened & understood.
Over those 2,000 years Principle was paramount while 'our politics' was non-existent.
Yet what is now asserted by our relentless yappers???
Why the solution to our morass is "better politics/politicians"; the very creatures
who led us into this abyss ????????????????
When we rid our selves of our sanctimonious pretensions of greatness, we will
have a chance to redeem the values and virtues that birthed our nation.
Other wise we wont, joining that sad list of history's failed cultures/societies!!!
 
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #16 on: February 08, 2021, 06:25:19 PM »
It's SoCal....

@Cyber Liberty

I don't understand the reference.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #17 on: February 08, 2021, 06:27:16 PM »
@Cyber Liberty

I don't understand the reference.

The Hispanic population is very, very large there.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #18 on: February 08, 2021, 06:39:39 PM »
The Hispanic population is very, very large there.

Is that a fat hack?

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #19 on: February 08, 2021, 06:41:57 PM »

Right now, Republicans control 28 state legislatures.  In every one of those states, electronic voting should be snuffed out and replaced with manual voting only.  Anyone with a systems background knows how easy it is to monkey around with any system.  Secure elections my *ss!!!!

That it is not should serve as a clue.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #20 on: February 08, 2021, 06:47:12 PM »
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Predictably, your comment is on the mark.
Arguably our morass has been self-inflicted by politics, left and right.
Commencing w/the Assembly of Greece, onto the Senate of Rome
then to the pre-Parliamentary bodies of Medieval Europe up thru the
Renaissance; Monarchy was the governing norm, worldwide.
Yet wise men always had their say while prudent rulers listened & understood.
Over those 2,000 years Principle was paramount while 'our politics' was non-existent.
Yet what is now asserted by our relentless yappers???
Why the solution to our morass is "better politics/politicians"; the very creatures
who led us into this abyss ????????????????
When we rid our selves of our sanctimonious pretensions of greatness, we will
have a chance to redeem the values and virtues that birthed our nation.
Other wise we wont, joining that sad list of history's failed cultures/societies!!!



Sadly, a fait accompli, or nearly so. With the Right unable or unwilling to stand upon the principles they purport to defend, There is nothing to stand in the breach. And the flood WILL come.

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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #21 on: February 08, 2021, 06:52:34 PM »
The Hispanic population is very, very large there.

@Cyber Liberty

Yes,I know. That usually means less prejudice  in my experience,though. With more people of Mexican extraction living in a area,more people who been exposed to them though everyday life that they lose a lot of their prejudices.

I guess this might be different for others,though. I am part Indian myself and have black eyes,so the ones I have met might have thought I was one of them.
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Re: The Right's being backed into a corner
« Reply #22 on: February 11, 2021, 05:24:37 PM »
The reason for this problem is that good people just try to live their lives, working and raising their families. They are not looking to gain power and enslave the rest of the people. On the other side, we have the socialist leaders, mostly composed of psychopathic individuals acting in cooperative mode, seeking to live out their naturally exacerbated aggressiveness and enslave the good people.

There is a difference in the brain functioning of socialist leaders (psychopaths) compared to the brains of ordinary people. So while normal people work and raise their families, the pack of sociopaths hunt down individuals and now, the whole society.  As they did in Cuba, China, Venezuela...

I made a text explaining this difference in historical and scientific terms, based on the work of the Polish physician Andrew Lobaczweski. His findings are revealing and explain exactly what we are facing now.

It is not necessary for people to suffer in order to wake up, if they can be made aware of what they are fighting against. Please read the text and share it. We need everyone to understand the evil that lurks in front of us.  The more people understand this, the easier it will be for people to act locally to save America.


Link -->  http://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,424671.0.html  <-- "Analysis - Psychopaths Seeking Power. The World today - 2021"


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