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#55 iowa caucus in World Events

"The coming of Caesarism breaks the dictature of money and its political weapon, democracy. After a long triumph of world-city economy and its interests over political creative force, the political side of life manifests itself after all as the stronger of the two. The sword is victorious over the money, the master-will subdues again the plunderer-will."

"The private powers of the economy want free paths for their acquisition of great resources. No legislation must stand in their way. They want to make the laws themselves, in their interests, and to that end they make use of the tool they have made for themselves, democracy, the subsidized party. Law needs, in order to resist this onslaught, a high tradition and an ambition of strong families that finds its satisfaction not in the heaping-up of riches, but in the tasks of true rulership, above and beyond all money-advantage. A power can be overthrown only by another power, not by a principle, and no power that can confront money is left but this one. Money is overthrown and abolished only by blood."

posted 1 month ago
#6 The Industrial Revolution and it's consequences ha in The Dumpster

tftv anprim pugs where instead of using a computer you run around and throw rocks at each other, medics trepanate you and ubercharge is psilocybin and bear's blood.

posted 3 months ago
#850 what are you listening to right now? in Music, Movies, TV

posted 3 months ago
#64 Donald Trump Impeach in World Events

Looks like he gave free money to big business. I'm disappointed but not really surprised.

That doesn't change the nationalist policies he has put in motion, however. Before Trump I don't think anyone would've thought a trade war with China would ever happen. He has also given handouts to independent dairy farmers and propped up a coal industry that the economies of say West Virginia depend on. These are protectionist policies that benefit his voting base: working class whites whose lives were destroyed by globalization, at the hands of multinat firms and high finance.

I don't want to fellate the guy, but we can do this anecdotal "what about when Trump did X" thing all day. He's greedy and rich, he is also a nationalist. He is both.

posted 3 months ago
#63 Donald Trump Impeach in World Events
CaptainZidgelimmigration control, war

Open borders are an internationalist, pro-business position. Closed borders are protectionist and nationalist. Whether they're mean or not is irrelevant to my point.

Edit: On the Middle East, the US should not have gone there, but has created what would be a failed state if we left. Disentangling your military from a situation like that is a hard ask. Not inconsistent with an anti-war position. How would you do it?

You have a very naive view of politics if you think CNN showing donald trump on the TV, or "a minority electinh him" contradicts what I'm saying. I'm not saying a conspiracy rules everything, though certainly rich people can organize collectively, as the epstein case I mentioned, as well as this impeachment process shows. I'm sure you agree that an essential fact of our political process is wealthy people and companies paying politicians for favorable policy outcomes. All this requires is these people or companies acting out of pure self-interest. It can be in CNN's best interest to show Donald Trump if they want to make lots of money off ads, and it can be in CNN's board of directors' best interest if Trump is removed from office, if it might hurt their stock options.

Also, this petty bit about the Electoral College/ Senate being unfair. Power, cultural, economic or political, is concentrated in densely populated areas by definition. On top of this, California et. all already receive more power than say Wyoming in the House. The purpose of the Senate is to avoid situations like Alberta, Canada, wherein a natural resource-rich but low population area essentially bankrolls the entire country's budget. "Power" is more than how many guys in suits you have standing around in some room in DC. How many House seats is NBC's headquarters in Manhattan worth?

posted 3 months ago
#60 Donald Trump Impeach in World Events

At the level of power these guys have, the law is only ever applied selectively. Everyone knows Donald Trump himself tried to get Epstein indicted for child prostitution in the 90s. Nothing happened because few wanted to oppose Epstein, and because other, more powerful people had an interest in protecting him. So the question I can't shake is "why this billionaire, and why now?"

I'm willing to buy that Trump did impeachable things, and I'm willing to buy that the Democrats are jumping on this train in order to further their careers, but neither of these things really explain the intensity of opposition this guy has received from the political establishment since *before* he ever set foot in the White House. The Clinton comparison is wrong. Donald Trump is being impeached because he is a nationalist who is too rich to be bought off. The positions he's taken on immigration, media, war, and trade, whether you agree with them or not, are all in direct opposition to the interests of the financial and industrial powers that be. Our rulers are attempting to veto the "will of the people" as expressed in 2016.

And, as depressed as it makes me to say it, supporting the rule of law as a weapon for people far more cruel and corrupt than Trump is supporting no rule of law at all. If he's guilty, it's just a shame he gave his opponents the opening.

posted 3 months ago
#17 I need your terrible inventions in Off Topic

a camelback for your pee

a bowl with razors on the rim for ez bowlcuts

a sock that changes color when in contact with semen

a heatsink thermos: cools hot drinks, heats cold ones

chastity collar: train your dog to stop humping furniture

AI TFTV poster : 8+ years of archives have taught it to make ban crossbow threads on command

I'm sorry I think you will be thrown out if you use these

posted 3 months ago
#12 Favourite Albums of the 2010's in Music, Movies, TV

Grouper - The Man Who Died in His Own Boat

Current 93 - The Light is Leaving Us All

Chipmunks - Sludgefest

Richard Dawson - Peasant

Mount Eerie - A Crow Looked at Me

Though Now Only has this:

Sun Kil Moon - Admiral Fell Promises

This is almost half the music i listened to from this decade.

posted 4 months ago
#8 RGL Intermediate S1 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

how will we ever get to 100 pages now that there are 5 threads

posted 7 months ago
#1336 PugChamp in Projects


posted 7 months ago
#27 Using Metal to improve TF2 performance on MacOS in Q/A Help

i added aluminum jet wings to my PC case and mouse and the improvements were noticeable however manufacturing the wings cost several thousands of G's so it is probably preferable to just stuff more expensive parts in the thing.

posted 7 months ago
#68 no no word list in TF2 General Discussion

what's the T one

posted 8 months ago
#749 ESEA Open S31 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

so long open
glad i got to play before it died :)

posted 9 months ago
#528 ESEA Open S31 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion
rongol??? fuck off, i've got a busy schedule.

Two of us have work at 6 am that morning, but we're playing reschedule or not.

posted 9 months ago
#525 ESEA Open S31 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion

Accept my reschedule. You don't need FFWs to beat newbie mix teams.

posted 9 months ago
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