Andrew Anlin fails to cognize the intentions of China, shills for globalism
Zig the N.g
ziggerjoe at yandex.com
Fri Jul 17 17:11:53 PDT 2020
On Fri, Jul 17, 2020 at 01:06:06PM -0400, Karl wrote:
> Your word "shill" here caught my eye. Big word. Don't know much about
> it. I guess I need to tell my corrupt boss if anyone ever admits that some
> mafia coerces them to do anything, so that said corrupt boss can help us
> record public video with our fumbled cell phones, of anything funny. (so be
> sure to introduce the video before the shilling please if you can)
> On Thu, Jul 16, 2020, 3:37 AM Zig the N.g <ziggerjoe at yandex.com> wrote:
> > Andrew Anglin continues his globalist shilling rather than uniting the
> > troops behind the nationalist, pro White fertility agenda.
> whaaat who the heck is andrew and why are you talking about them?
> <snip: lots of chat about some random andrew guy. shape of chat makes it
> sound like the random guy is not being accurately represented.>
> I didn't want to say it, but young angry male mind might need a real,
> > actual Tianenmen leak, not that tank man bullshit, but hails of bullets
> > mowing down hundreds of students folled by blood soup, dozers and chlorine
> > spray.
> I put one of the documentaries containing edited video in my blockchained
> exconfidential git repo. I couldn't find any of the exfiltrated original
> video, important for forensics. I emailed one of the original publishers
> but no reply, as usual. I'm alone. What do we do?
I guess hope someone with a suitable leak knows enough Tor to get it out.
> We need people who are still anonymous to privately develop full solutions
> before they get gently distracted by those who read what they publish. I
> think people already know that, unsure. Maybe better coordinated marketing
> campaigns for what is needed by those of us able to talk about it
> publically a little?
> How do you learn about what the cutting edge of freedom work is? I'm
> learning torrents are pretty reliable so long as they stay active, as are
> large communities. It sounds like tor is not sufficiently anonymous but it
Tor is a step up for torrents - just balance your usage as normal...
> still holds a strong flag of freedom to use it (makes life harder for
> authorities so shows you can do things they don't prefer.) I'd like to add
> chaff to tor.
Tor is a "choice of n.ggers" conundrum: if you don't use it, your local boys in blue have much more ready access to your torrenting, if you do use it, the CIA/NSA n.ggers get first pluck on your browsing and torrenting data.
At the moment, there is a faction of the CIA which is actually now supporting Trump and the "expose China" agenda, so we should be just fine exposing China via Tor at the moment.
They e.g. NSA, might be n.ggers, but on the issue of China's despotism, at the moment they're _our_ n.ggers! No reason to not make use of that...
> Some folks are yet to comprehend the Pol Pot mind, they sinmply cannot
> > fathom it.
> Pol Pot, what are you talking about here now?
China analogy. China, to steal a line from Shrek's Donkey, is "Pol Pot on the edge!"
Unleashed, China will bring hell on Earth.
Pol Pot can be read about on wiki, China is about understanding their (group) mindset, and witnessing how Tianenmen played out is a good start to actually comprehending China.
(Hint, when "face" is the prime, utmost, value of people, and greed or "advantage" is a close second, what sort of outcomes would the world be likely to get were this reality to become MOTU.)
> So don't give us that bullshit about "the famous Tank Man" - that was tha
> > propaganda for White folks to feel comfy about China.
> It's important to spread success.
> Truth is rough sometimes, but sometimes it's needed.
> Yeah. I haven't been violently tortured physically but I've been through
> things worse than I could ever have imagined. Many people _are_ violently
> tortured physically. Let's make sure they all get vlogs some day. Do you
> have access to any video in your isp bubble? I think I could find some if
> I worked with someone else; hard to keep the communication channel open
Best to keep it in the dark chats - you never know what "local law enforcement officer" with his back door on your ISP is working for the Soros faction (one world order/ gov/ etc, straight outta the Tibetan underground city and the fallen ones).
Make use of the n.ggers we gats.
> Wiki away muffas - it's all in the balance, we are in critical times, and
> > this is a war of wills, a war of intentions.
> Don't worry about the brain implant; we all have them now and resisting it
> is a matter of course.
You may speak for yourself (and you speak well, your heart is apparently good).
We must encourage others to wake up, lift them into truth, awareness.
> The consequences of the results of your/our collective choices shall strike
> > as Thor's hammer for millenia.
> I have: AI does super unexpected things; changes in world dominance produce
> massive changes rooted in the preferences of a minority; cultures of
> blockchain-enforced slavery. My hope is for a defended consensus-run
> community where people can keep human bodies and natural environments, but
> I don't know how to help that happen. What am I missing? Where are you at?
It's a life journey of educating all we come in contact with - that which is worth building is not identical for everyone, so empathy, understanding and communication are essential (believe me, a lifetime of n.ggardly failure and brown paper bags might be eternally embarrassing and gut wrenching, but it's something?)
> If there is no such material, then we need personal dicta, the eye witness
> > accounts, the truth from our fellow Souls.
> We need somebody to organize that data together, really. It's not hard to
> find but it is incredibly hard to keep and to relate around, for me.
> Okay. So we need to talk a lot more, and stimulate others to talk, and
> spread their stories. Hard.
Once you find folks in your ken, the long journey continues, how to reach a point of abundance in food without dependence on The Man.
Such simple truths might seem too hard, but this is where we must head - little pockets of vertical integration in food, water, shelter, communication, travel.
If we don't create the world our future generations need, who will?
> Darkness Over Tibet muffas. Read it. Many DUMB bunkers are frome bygone
> > eras, authorities still below us, fallen ones.
> Need a link here.
> Your voice counts. There is great testing - who stands on righteous
> > principle, who cries for superficial, who does wrong by others when they
> > could clear their slate, who pretends to sit on the fence as a MugWud bird,
> > fooling no one but himself that he is "impartial" ...
> Join me in saying that cooperative peace wins in the end, and we will fight
> to the death to stop fighting.
> ... but in sitting, he still shits on one side of the fence.
> > Now is a reckoning, and some are rising to this existential challenge,
> > delivering some mighty fine consciousness raising work. Whether you meme
> > the masses into a new overton window, deliver very naughty blue wakeups, or
> > simply stand unshakable on a particular principle which you defend against
> > a world gone mad, you are changing the our world.
> You say such wonderful things down here below all the andrews. I wonder
> who andrew is.
He's the n.gger who wrote the article I linked, see below.
You might create an account at TDS and ask him why he is so pro-globalist, that would probably be very useful, because he's actually quite a thinker, and although occasionally brash, he is very genuine, and often funny.
> It's not a bad world, we should care for it, and for one another.
> > Peace.
> Yes. But with fewer words confusing everybody first. I have to tell the
> "brain implant" I'm already a mind slave so it can relax, and then it goes
> all "wtf dude you said you were a mindslave did my dictator tell you to
> spread peaceful words among possible enemies?" and ...
You'll make a fine n.gger yet :D
> Why is Freedom for Hong Kong Being Prioritized Over the Interests of the
> > American People?
> > http://dstormer6em3i4km.onion/why-is-freedom-for-hong-kong-being-prioritized-over-the-interests-of-the-american-people
> There is proof inside many peoples' electronics. Proof that a marketing
> group would contract development of a frightening virus. A virus that
> responds to peoples' keystrokes and browsing habits, and changes what
> people see on their devices. A virus that alters political behavior en
> masse, for profit.
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