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Bastille Day 2.0

By deepcgi follow deepcgi   2019 Feb 26, 2:40pm 589 views   9 comments   watch   nsfw   quote   share    

It’s not just the yellow vests. This has been on my mind for a long while.

Is it just me, or does something inexplicable tell me that a new Bastille Day is coming?

This time, it won’t just be the French who get the close-up view in the public square. If it had been up to the bad-ass rabble that took to the streets that day, France would never have surrendered to the Germans. You can see the defiance in the eyes of the yellow vest protesters. It’s the rich and powerful who toss their powdered wigs and run when the tide finally turns.

The richest in our time have been enjoying their own form of socialism for too long. All the while calling it free capitalism. Even their economists don’t understand the derivative maths smoke screen they threw up to disguise the fleecing of the masses.

It’s a brand new Bastille Day for the Information Age, and as periodically happens, the poor have been left with little to lose.
2   Tenpoundbass   ignore (15)   2019 Mar 18, 4:18pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Remember that time Trump went to France and Macron planed the perfect spot on a grassy knoll for a sniper assassin in the Normandy Memorial Cemetery but Trump got wise to it, and postponed the visit a day. And it enraged all of the Globalists that spend hundreds of Millions planning and sanctioning the hit?

Yeah that was AWSOME!

Macron is so inept and a daph.
3   Ceffer   ignore (4)   2019 Mar 18, 5:56pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

So many rifle placements, so little time! Impeach Trump?

It's like Reservoir Dogs and 'Mr. Pink': "Hey, you be the crazed lone assassin patsy. No, YOU be the crazed lone assassin patsy! C'mon, SOMEBODY has to be the crazed lone assassin patsy! The press releases have to be circulated BEFORE the assassination! There are thirty shooters here, let's draw straws."
6   deepcgi   ignore (0)   2019 Oct 9, 2:54pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Any rich folk care to admit they got at least a LITTLE bit of a chill watching "Joker" over the weekend? I expect David Letterman did.

My poster for this thread back in February was from the cover of "A Farewell to Kings" from Hugh Syme in '77. Neil Peart was alluding to the French Revolution as well. He knew it was human nature, and not just the pissed peasants of Paris that drove July 14, 1789.

The Clown King still has a smile on his face in the picture, but I suspect that it was painted-on.
7   Liberal_in_blackface   ignore (6)   2019 Oct 9, 3:04pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Yellow vests are pretty much fizzled: last marches failed to attract more than couple of hundred participants, mostly geezers.
8   deepcgi   ignore (0)   2019 Oct 9, 3:28pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Again, it's not about France. It's about time.
9   EBGuy   ignore (1)   2019 Oct 9, 3:46pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

deepcgi, Have you been listening to any of Eric Weinstein's The Portal podcasts? I'd recommend his Peter Thiel interview as well.
In the one below (at 1:06), he explains embedded growth obligations (EGO) and the gated institutional narrative.

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