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Twitter Death Threat

Twitter makes a big deal about death threats by tweet on their platform, and rightly so.  So why haven’t they removed this tweet:

 


Please notify twitter by flagging the tweet as ‘death threat’.

I’ve also notified the following people who this guys supports, but so far they have not responded to me.

  • reclaimthenet@gmail.com – http://www.reclaimtheinternet.com/
  • mail@antisemitism.org.uk – http://antisemitism.org.uk/
  • https://twitter.com/SussexFriends

In what universe is this fatwah acceptable? I feel like I’m in the Twilight Zone here.  What bothers me is not so much that Twitter won’t remove it, but that the ‘respectable’ people that this guy would listen to are silent.  Speak up!

“The world is too dangerous to live in – not because of the people who do evil, but because of the people who sit and let it happen.”
– Albert Einstein 

I will update this post if any changes.

 

Time to Cull the Herd

American police, military and the law enforcement industries create far more crimes than they prevent.  It’s sad when the people who devoted their lives to ‘protecting’ us now have to create violence and crimes to justify their existence.  Thanks for killing yourselves and others for millenia.  You’ve done a spectacular job.  Now your services are no longer required.  “Take thy penny and be on thy way.”

Selected Mantras of Radical Bombisism

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“We must kill them or they will kill each other!”

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“ISIS is selling themselves into international sex trafficking rings according to FBI sources, based on the testimony of developmentally delayed but otherwise perfectly credible alleged victims in the Minnetonka Somalian community who seen it happen. That’s why we gotta bomb the hell out of ’em!” Continue reading Selected Mantras of Radical Bombisism

The Patsy

An armed guard sits on a stool by the doorway of every shopfront on the streets of Jerusalem.  Their job is to prevent a terrorist from entering the establishment and killing customers and shopkeepers alike, in the name of the god or radical cleric to which they have sworn allegiance.  Private security is big business in Israel, comprising approximately 20% of the entire economy.  The premier agency of the industry is G4S.  They are a multi-billion dollar international conglomerate based in Israel.  They have set their sights on the US market. Continue reading The Patsy

Trumpkins-in-Denial and Libertarianazis

Trumpkins-in-denial:

  • Say: “The Bill of Rights is meaningless without the Second Amendment.”
  • Insist that dropping bombs is not as easy as it looks.
  • Go off on a long tangent about ‘marginal yield’ in oil production ending with “but I have no dog in that fight.”
  • Show symptoms of Fregoli’s.

Continue reading Trumpkins-in-Denial and Libertarianazis

This is Not a Joke

Some might say that all the big problems have been solved and these days the biggest threats to our well-being are self-imposed issues like global warming and sports injuries.  However we should not forget that we’re still grappling with some really serious issues, from drug addiction to terrorism.  People might try to make light of them, but remember – it’s not a joke.  We must take them seriously or they will get the better of us and destroy civilization as we know it. Continue reading This is Not a Joke

The Somalian Candidate

The Libertarian Party has been infiltrated by military and oil industry operatives whose goal is to discredit the party by equating it with hedonism, libertinism and anarchy.  This was made obvious at the LP convention this past weekend in Orlando.  People jeered the candidate for supporting the state’s right to issue drivers’ licenses, and a fat guy strip-teased down to a thong.  The party’s philosophy can be summed up as “fiscally conservative, socially liberal”.  Yet these displays were cartoonish parodies of the principles for which responsible party members have fought for decades. Continue reading The Somalian Candidate

Decouple

Advocating for the financial decoupling of government and business.

No more bailouts.  Let the free market function.  Educate, not regulate.

Education Not Regulation

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The purpose of government is to protect the population.  And while our government has served this purpose well over the last 200 years, it has now gone too far.  It’s time that we take back the responsibility to protect ourselves.  We no longer need the government to watch out for us.  In the past we were too busy or ignorant of banking systems and healthcare to make informed decisions for how to spend our money.  These days, with the level of education that most of us have, and the widespread use of the internet in which information flows freely, we are more than capable of protecting ourselves and our families without big government ‘help’.  In fact, the problems that our nation faces today in banking, healthcare, and other areas are a direct result of our desire for government to take care of us.

Continue reading Decouple

Addiction: The Compulsion is Real

Some people think that addiction is a moral failing, while others are certain it is a progressive disease of the brain. In fact it is neither: addiction is a built-in compulsion with roots in adverse childhood experiences that is triggered chemically by drugs and alcohol later in life. Excessive drug use is not in itself a bad thing – it is just a ‘short-circuit’ attempt to restore the mind to its natural state of symbiosis and equanimity in society, even if the material ‘price paid’ is very high. If not caught in time, however, the compulsion takes on a life of its own and can spiral out of control – resulting in overdose, death, or worse. Continue reading Addiction: The Compulsion is Real

How to Solve the Opiate Addiction Crisis

The opiate addiction crisis is killing kids across the country.  Over a hundred young people are dying every day from opiate addiction.  This crisis affects rich and poor alike, and both successful people and failures.  Recently Prince died of a percocet overdose.  He was known to have started developing an addiction recently.  His death shined a light on the problem.  Can anything be done?

Yes! Lots! Continue reading How to Solve the Opiate Addiction Crisis