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    Quote Originally Posted by rumple_stilskin View Post
    why would I be happy with something about the democrats? They are no better than trump. I don't recall writing something in support of the democrats.

    just a bunch or warmongers. I remember hillary clinton laughing about Gaddafi - we came, we saw, he died and then she pissed herself laughing on camera. what a psychopath she was.

    The deep state you refer to includes BOTH the democrats and republicans.

    Communism - you think this is new?

    You think to be against monopoly capitalism = communism? You seem to be desperate to demonise anyone that opposes monopoly capitalism (if you know the difference between capitalism and monopoly capitalism)
    I think the idea is that it's very confusing why you're claiming that Trump is like a career politician.
    Also you can't weasel your weigh out of the question; if you don't like American capitalism and don't like Marxist communism, what ARE you advocating for? What specific maximum tax levels do you want to see; how much and where should government reign in the capitalists?
    The thing is, America and Russia aren't perfect, but they're the best amongst all the other trash out there:
    Russia, for the freedoms afforded white christians and "tradition values";
    and America for her huge regulatory state and rule-of-law society that make for a very safe, predictable environment to do business and Create Stuff in.
    I am fascinated by Russia, this country with frigid weather, hard souls, and hot girls!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryMan
    He attacked Syria, firing all those missiles based on WMD lies
    As a compassionate human being, Donald Trump reacted, and retaliated against poison gas attack by terrorists. He was likely fed lies about the source of the poison gas attack, by the Deep State.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tolko Raz

    Look at New Zealand, a tiny country by comparison, but they have managed to find and select for a 2nd term an exceedingly high quality Stateswoman!
    High "quality"? Well, I suppose then you would like to see Angelina Jolie as US president?

    Jacinda (who squeezes the life out of the "e" in every word she speaks) doesn't have to worry about foreign policy, she is protected by US.

    I wonder why the media mob does not seek to attack NZ Euro-settlers the same as they attack USA, for replacing the indigenous peoples (Maori in NZ), depriving them of land, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumple_stilskin View Post
    why would I be happy with something about the democrats? They are no better than trump. I don't recall writing something in support of the democrats.

    just a bunch or warmongers. I remember hillary clinton laughing about Gaddafi - we came, we saw, he died and then she pissed herself laughing on camera. what a psychopath she was.

    The deep state you refer to includes BOTH the democrats and republicans.

    Communism - you think this is new?

    You think to be against monopoly capitalism = communism? You seem to be desperate to demonise anyone that opposes monopoly capitalism (if you know the difference between capitalism and monopoly capitalism)
    The democrats in charge are marxists. Just wait for the worldwide revolution as for told by marx and engalls. The only problem with lenin and the bolshevik revolution of the early 1910x was that they only had strength of will. Now, technology enables control over people like never before.

    Don't like someone? Turn off their metro card and let them walk and think about it. Or bank card and let them go hungry. Do something even worse? An ai robot will hunt you down.

    In communism 2.0, the control grid is so tight there is no escape, except maybe to see tiny 4th world abandoned island.

    A dark storm is truly approaching and the future is terrifying.

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    A dark storm is truly approaching and the future is terrifying



    how many people though live in RURAL areas, compared to the total population? No Metro, no credit card, no ATM, and not to much - electronics-. What are - they- going to do there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    A dark storm is truly approaching and the future is terrifying



    how many people though live in RURAL areas, compared to the total population? No Metro, no credit card, no ATM, and not to much - electronics-. What are - they- going to do there?
    Well, it's easy.

    First, smart grids and smart homes. So electricity is monitored. You will be given credits and all usage is known.

    Gasoline powered cars are slowly being phased out and eventually will be made obsolete. It could be done in two ways- either thru outlawing their use via green laws or by simply not producing parts.

    As to no atm, well, everything is going digital. So cards first and then cryptocurrency. This is already happening right now. Most stores have a sign that says something like, "due to the national coin shortage"...please use exact change or card. Eventually, it will be found that corona spreads thru cash and is outlawed. Also, the fed is in the last stages of a us cryptocurrency. It will be usable in the next year.

    But in general, u can force people out of rural areas by limiting work, raising taxes, or by enabling certain laws, like water usage. In some places in the us, for instance, rain barrels are illegal. (Grey water systems).

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    So, this is directly from the world economic forum and discusses the so-called "Great Reset", which is a reimagining of the way the world works.

    A kinder, simpler introduction to communism, if you will.

    https://www.weforum.org/great-reset/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    A dark storm is truly approaching and the future is terrifying



    how many people though live in RURAL areas, compared to the total population? No Metro, no credit card, no ATM, and not to much - electronics-. What are - they- going to do there?
    But also, u have to remember this is the 4th industrial revolution. So ai is taking over.

    Imagine a farm. It used to take a lot of people and time and effort to run one. Now, those needs are reduced due to technology. The various farm machines ca be automated, controlled thru the internet, and connected by satellites and guided by gps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    But also, u have to remember this is the 4th industrial revolution. So ai is taking over.

    Imagine a farm. It used to take a lot of people and time and effort to run one. Now, those needs are reduced due to technology. The various farm machines ca be automated, controlled thru the internet, and connected by satellites and guided by gps.
    Here is the latest on using facial recognition for pig farms.
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    https://www.counterpointresearch.com...gnition-pigs/#

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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    Imagine a farm. It used to take a lot of people and time and effort to run one.
    In Russia they still use way to many people, much more that needed if they worked efficiently.


    Now, those needs are reduced due to technology. The various farm machines ca be automated, controlled thru the internet, and connected by satellites and guided by gps.
    Have you been on a Russian farm? Apparently not, even the newest IT gear do not prevent them from working without brain, and so they do, all day long, sorry. And let's not forget their mandatory right to sleep during the working hours.

    It's a long way to the top
    If you wanna rock 'n' roll

    In some places way longer that you can imagine, we are still playing balalaika, no Fender, no Gibson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans.KK View Post
    In Russia they still use way to many people, much more that needed if they worked efficiently.


    Have you been on a Russian farm? Apparently not, even the newest IT gear do not prevent them from working without brain, and so they do, all day long, sorry. And let's not forget their mandatory right to sleep during the working hours.

    It's a long way to the top
    If you wanna rock 'n' roll

    In some places way longer that you can imagine, we are still playing balalaika, no Fender, no Gibson.
    That's because in russia, people are cheap. I mean that in any different senses of the word. Labor, sex, health issues, war, etc.

    So, russia won't change, for a long while. But it won't be competitive either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans.KK View Post


    Have you been on a Russian farm? Apparently not, even the newest IT gear do not prevent them from working without brain, and so they do, all day long, sorry. And let's not forget their mandatory right to sleep during the working hours.
    I'm not sure what this means, exactly. But I can prob get the idea. The farms aren't very effecient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    The farms aren't very effecient.
    You got it right, they are not that efficient, but it do not prevent them from making money, shit loads of money when lucky, so why change anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    Well, it's easy.

    First, smart grids and smart homes. So electricity is monitored. You will be given credits and all usage is known.

    Gasoline powered cars are slowly being phased out and eventually will be made obsolete. It could be done in two ways- either thru outlawing their use via green laws or by simply not producing parts.

    As to no atm, well, everything is going digital. So cards first and then cryptocurrency. This is already happening right now. Most stores have a sign that says something like, "due to the national coin shortage"...please use exact change or card. Eventually, it will be found that corona spreads thru cash and is outlawed. Also, the fed is in the last stages of a us cryptocurrency. It will be usable in the next year.

    But in general, u can force people out of rural areas by limiting work, raising taxes, or by enabling certain laws, like water usage. In some places in the us, for instance, rain barrels are illegal. (Grey water systems).
    Yes BitCoin will take over every currency in the world after the Great Reset. Then everyone will be easy to control. If you are not worth something to the masters you will be eliminated. Robots and 3D printing will take over so the population can be reduced. The first building to be 3D printed was in Russia. China was used as a testing ground for many of the population control technologies. And then Trump came in and tried to mess the whole thing up with his sovereign countries bull rap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans.KK View Post
    You got it right, they are not that efficient, but it do not prevent them from making money, shit loads of money when lucky, so why change anything?
    For sure, the hidden hand of the free market says u won't change anything until you have to. One of the big drivers for the new world is being carbon friendly. And cows emit alot of gases. So do chickens n pigs, etc. The big green push is to eat plants or plant based food. The other big push is to eliminate smaller biz, because it takes too much time to regulate. So, a few large corporations will be left when it is all said and done. And those can be automatwd, since it's all about consistency. Maybe not at once, but over time. Say 10 years. Or 20.

    Time will tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans.KK View Post
    You got it right, they are not that efficient, but it do not prevent them from making money, shit loads of money when lucky, so why change anything?
    How could the majority of Russian farms afford to invest in such expensive machinery and technology when they do not get a fair price for their crops?

    And, where is the infrastructure to support and maintain the machinery and technology?
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