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By Ceffer follow Ceffer   2021 Jul 9, 11:03pm 279 views   19 comments   watch   nsfw   quote   share    


Comes as close as he can to saying 'election fraud' without actually saying everybody knows Trump won. Remember that bit about the MSM will 'occasionally tell the truth when they start getting afraid they will be brought to ground'?



Remember, it wasn't that long ago that nobody was 'allowed' to say Soros name.
1   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 9, 11:49pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

When it become obvious and predominate thinking, then, and ONLY then, does corporate propaganda discuss it.

I know a lot of people like Tucker Carlson - but I think he's a Judas Goat. His job is to make us believe that some corporate media, is worthwhile. Some of his statements in that video I disagree with - like the people who voted for Trump didn't IMMEDIATELY understand what happened.

But he's correct about what the result is - now a lot of people understand that the "deep state" is very real. For that alone, regardless of whether Trump is a big piece of shit, or good guy trying to do the right thing, for that alone, it was worth electing him. Trump demolished the credibility of our mainstream propaganda - and I've been trying to do that for decades, with minor results.

Never thought it would be the Republican party voters who would wake up first, but I'm glad at least somebody is awake.
2   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2021 Jul 9, 11:52pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Ceffer says
and I've been trying to do that for decades, with minor results.

Richwicks for President!
3   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 10, 12:33am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Ceffer says
Ceffer says
and I've been trying to do that for decades, with minor results.

Richwicks for President!


I decline. First, I'd be an incompetent president. Second, I'd be destroyed by the entrenched bureaucracy. Trump barely survived it.

I would also be a tremendously horrible dictator - I warn you, never give me power. I know I would abuse it over the population. So, if you ever hear about me in a position of power - denounce me, and tell everybody you can what I just wrote.
4   joshuatrio   ignore (0)   2021 Jul 10, 7:38am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

richwicks says
I know a lot of people like Tucker Carlson - but I think he's a Judas Goat. His job is to make us believe that some corporate media, is worthwhile.


I tend to agree with this. He had the highest rated news show on the air. He could have been upfront about the election fraud and wouldn't have lost his job because his audience was so large.

The fact that he sat idle and watched it play out was a dead giveaway.

Fringe places like Infowars and X22report have more credibility.
5   mell   ignore (6)   2021 Jul 10, 7:57am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

joshuatrio says
richwicks says
I know a lot of people like Tucker Carlson - but I think he's a Judas Goat. His job is to make us believe that some corporate media, is worthwhile.


I tend to agree with this. He had the highest rated news show on the air. He could have been upfront about the election fraud and wouldn't have lost his job because his audience was so large.

The fact that he sat idle and watched it play out was a dead giveaway.

Fringe places like Infowars and X22report have more credibility.


They would have canceled him. They called key swing states early and suppressed any hint of unfairness. Ratings don't matter, look at cnn, nobody watches that shit anymore except for a few deranged leftoids. He knows this and he has a family to feed. He is sticking his neck out farther than 99% of today's conservatives.
6   keeprubbersidedown   ignore (0)   2021 Jul 10, 8:04am     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

mell says
joshuatrio says
richwicks says
I know a lot of people like Tucker Carlson - but I think he's a Judas Goat. His job is to make us believe that some corporate media, is worthwhile.


I tend to agree with this. He had the highest rated news show on the air. He could have been upfront about the election fraud and wouldn't have lost his job because his audience was so large.

The fact that he sat idle and watched it play out was a dead giveaway.

Fringe places like Infowars and X22report have more credibility.


They would have canceled him. They called key swing states early and suppressed any hint of unfairness. Ratings don't matter, look at cnn, nobody watches that shit anymore except for a few deranged leftoids. He knows this and he has a family to feed. He is sticking his neck out farther than 99%...


No doubt about that.
7   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 10, 2:10pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

joshuatrio says
Fringe places like Infowars and X22report have more credibility.


Oh, I used to listen to X22report just for that nice dopamine hopium hit, but I never trusted him - and by inauguration day, I think he's just full of shit. What's his name, Sean I think it is, is scum.

SGTReport is OK. He's ALSO full of crap, but he doesn't blow smoke up your ass. Here:

https://www.bitchute.com/channel/nLPcg68RnP97/

He's got some religious crap in there, interviews some pretty obvious frauds in my opinion, but I think he is mostly sincere. I'm not a frequent listener to SGTReport either.

You want a good site with people I sincerely think try to tell the truth?

https://republicbroadcasting.org/

Although you may not be able to reach that page at the moment, because our government is fucking attacking REAL media. Still, I enjoy listening to Michael Rivero. Ron Gibson archives a LOT of what is done on RBN.

https://www.bitchute.com/channel/dg5xvkfH9lWS/

Check out his last episode:

8   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 10, 2:20pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

mell says
They would have canceled him. They called key swing states early and suppressed any hint of unfairness. Ratings don't matter, look at cnn, nobody watches that shit anymore except for a few deranged leftoids. He knows this and he has a family to feed. He is sticking his neck out farther than 99% of today's conservatives.


I agree with this, HOWEVER, my personal ethics requires people who claim to be journalists to be honest first, and safe second. Yeah, he sticks his neck far out - but he doesn't do it all the way.

I've written this many times, but I'll do it again. The reason the US is at war with Syria is that a company called Genie Energy signed an agreement with Israel in late 2013 to mine the oil in the Golan Heights - which is Syrian land under Israeli occupation. That's one of the MAIN reasons the US is bombing Syria (there are multiple reasons, but that's a major one) - well on the "Strategic Advisory Board" of Genie Energy, is Rupert Murdoch:

https://governamerica.com/documents/genie-energy/

And a lot of other, awful evil people - like Dick Cheney, and Jacob Rothschild.

Now Tucker Carlson is never going to report on that. I don't think there's been ANY gas attacks in Syria by Assad. I think it's just more "weapons of mass destruction program" BS. It MAY have happened in Ghouta, but if it did, it's just as likely that the US or Israel carried it out.
9   Robert Sproul   ignore (0)   2021 Jul 10, 2:22pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Well, maybe that was not the whole truth but that was a LOT of truth for a mainstream media source!
10   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2021 Jul 10, 2:59pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

I think it is more what it might portend as a bellwether. Tucker being 'allowed' to publicly dip his toe in the election fraud issue means that MSM is torn about trying to obey their bosses and taking the hit for deceiving the public systematically. It means the media have always known beyond a shadow of a doubt the election was fraudulent, and that the proof is coming, and they want a fall back position.

My standard isn't that a reporter is always right. Nobody can predict the future, and even quantum computers change their outcomes depending on shifting circumstances. My criterion is genuine concern for as much truth as can be assessed under the circumstances, and willingness to modify accordingly based on new information, not perfection.
11   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 10, 3:05pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Ceffer says
My standard isn't that a reporter is always right. Nobody can predict the future, and even quantum computers change their outcomes depending on shifting circumstances. My criterion is genuine concern for as much truth as can be assessed under the circumstances, and willingness to modify accordingly based on new information, not perfection.


I guess my criteria is actually if a "journalist" neither just fucking lies to me, or with-holds information from me. If they do either one, I discard them because there's plenty of actual journalists who won't. I don't have the time or patience to read between the lines.
12   Robert Sproul   ignore (0)   2021 Jul 10, 3:06pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

richwicks says
my personal ethics requires people who claim to be journalists to be honest first, and safe second.

In this video (12 min.) the estimable Matt Taibbi talks about the BUSINESS of independent news reporting. Virtually EVERYBODY needs to make a living and in the real world it ends up leading the best of folks to compromise. Of course vast majority of the MSM shit-heads start out compromised and go from there.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1HQ1q83CCE
13   Robert Sproul   ignore (0)   2021 Jul 10, 3:11pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

richwicks says
plenty of actual journalists who won't

I can only think of dozen or so that I regard as reliable truth-tellers.
14   Ceffer   ignore (6)   2021 Jul 10, 3:41pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Tucker is clearly on a leash of some kind. He has said some strange stuff in the past, and he has been dead wrong in the past. I suppose it is a judgment call whether he is saying what he believes is the truth, or even really cares one way or another.

He has been accused of being controlled opposition in the past. However, one has to wonder what benefit the psychopaths would gain from outing themselves in critical areas of concern, just to have a controlled opposition.
15   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 10, 3:47pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Robert Sproul says
richwicks says
plenty of actual journalists who won't

I can only think of dozen or so that I regard as reliable truth-tellers.


I don't think I can come up with even a dozen.

Because there's so few, I tend to listen to anything with a grain of salt, and only when I investigate it myself will I have any confidence about what is reported.

I dismiss anything I hear from supposedly "reliable sources" to be just government propaganda.
16   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 10, 4:34pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Robert Sproul says
richwicks says
my personal ethics requires people who claim to be journalists to be honest first, and safe second.

In this video (12 min.) the estimable Matt Taibbi talks about the BUSINESS of independent news reporting. Virtually EVERYBODY needs to make a living and in the real world it ends up leading the best of folks to compromise. Of course vast majority of the MSM shit-heads start out compromised and go from there.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1HQ1q83CCE


I've seen it. That's when I realized that Matt is a whore.

I honestly know more about what is going on in the world than this fucking professional journalists WHOSE JOB it is to know what is going on. I'll share information for free.

I'm fed up with this bullshit. Do news in your spare time. We live in this world, we can talk to anybody in this world. We don't need this fucking assholes acting as gatekeepers at this point. Matt Taibi is perfectly willing to work with organizations that are perfectly willing to withhold information and lie to us.

Fuck him. I'll listen to him on occasion, but I will never trust him. He is a whore. A presstitute. Better than most, but yet another fucking presstitute. I'm fed up with this shit.
17   Rin   ignore (9)   2021 Jul 10, 4:59pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

richwicks says

I would also be a tremendously horrible dictator - I warn you, never give me power. I know I would abuse it over the population. So, if you ever hear about me in a position of power - denounce me, and tell everybody you can what I just wrote.


Well, I think I'd make for a great dictator.

I'd first hire Mark Cuban to be the spokesperson for the Republic. In other words, I would basically disappear from the scene and make everyone think that Cuban was doing all the dictating.

Here's the reason for that ... society needs to see a personality of sorts, not an actual doer.

And thus, he'll be talking trash, like he does about the refs at NBA games but this time, about hospitals that overcharge. And while he's talking trash, the military is handing out injectable Quercetin to all the clinics in prep for the next virus.

The difference, now, is that it isn't Rx and thus, ppl can get it for anything. Have a knee ache, just a Quercetin shot. And so on and so forth.

Over time, vitamins will be ubiquitous and ppl will experience their blood pressure dropping, arthritis getting better, etc.

And it'll all be because of Covid and the fact that vitamins were used to improve ppl's health.
18   richwicks   ignore (3)   2021 Jul 10, 8:54pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag      

Rin says
richwicks says

I would also be a tremendously horrible dictator - I warn you, never give me power. I know I would abuse it over the population. So, if you ever hear about me in a position of power - denounce me, and tell everybody you can what I just wrote.


Well, I think I'd make for a great dictator.

I'd first hire Mark Cuban to be the spokesperson for the Republic. In other words, I would basically disappear from the scene and make everyone think that Cuban was doing all the dictating.

Here's the reason for that ... society needs to see a personality of sorts, not an actual doer.

And thus, he'll be talking trash, like he does about the refs at NBA games but this time, about hospitals that overcharge. And while he's talking trash, the military is handing out injectable Quercetin to all the clinics in prep for the next virus.

The difference, now, is that it isn'...


I just think I would be dangerous.

For example, if I were dictator, I would decree that anybody that did a violent crime could have the sentence reduced or eliminated, if they were sterilized. I'd be a eugenicist.

I would also order tax returns of anybody that is more than a billionaire to disclose their taxes publicly.

I would improve society, however, there's implications I don't know. I'd be dangerous. I'd do my best, but I don't know the long term benefits or disasters, but this is really what I would do. I think it may cause chaos. I'm too stupid to do the upheaval of 330 million people. I would work for the long term benefit of people, in my mind, but I don't trust I'm smart enough to know what is long term benefit.

Evolution is beyond our comprehension, well, beyond mine anyhow - and I think beyond anybody's comprehension. I understand my stupidity.

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