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2 days ago
Nolondil
The rise of QAnon in Europe is now quite explicable, it's old-fashioned antisemitism, repackaged. As this becomes more widely recognize by people who aren't hypnotized, the alarm is really beginning to ramp up. The Guardian has a piece on it: Quote 'Quite frankly terrifying': How the QAnon conspiracy theory is taking root in the UK He was desperate and scared and pleading for advice.
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 days ago
Nolondil
This is much worse than some blue-hairs finding an excuse to gawk at child-porn, it's got strong elements of old fashioned antisemitism. It's not often I read something and get the "OMFG" reaction, but this article really did it. Quote A secret cabal is taking over the world. They kidnap children, slaughter, and eat them to gain power from their blood. They control high positio
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 days ago
Nolondil
No, those three articles were not the whole production. Two more articles have appeared. And what a finale to the series! It looks like this was the right place to post this thread for more than one reason. If the author is correct, the QAnon phenomenon might be a literal psyop by elements of the US military! Definitely conspiracy theory material... Decoding QAnon: From Pizzagate to Kanye to M
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
5 days ago
Nolondil
And again the underlying rift between Trump and the Republican Party comes to the surface. Quote Republicans Vow Orderly Election Transition in Rebuke to Trump Republican lawmakers vowed that the presidential transition after November’s election will occur without disruption, in a rebuke to President Donald Trump’s refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. “The winner of t
Forum: Global Village
5 days ago
Nolondil
It's that old favorite "guilt by association". If he sent money to some people who have been found to have links to human trafficking, it had to be human trafficking related, because anyone who touches a criminal is also a criminal...
Forum: Global Village
5 days ago
Nolondil
This is a tricky stunt by Archaic. Accusing a public figure, or at least a relative of a public figure, with involvement in a scandal at best, possibly involvement in violations of basic human rights (depending on just how closely involved he is alleged to be) certainly requires some evidence. Claiming that anyone who wants to disagree with the accusation has to find that evidence is ridiculous.
Forum: Global Village
7 days ago
Nolondil
It's just over 11 minutes long, and kinda low volume, but he talks fast, so you might want to turn up your audio or use earbuds or something. There is nothing important in the actual images, it's just a guy talking in front of a background, so you can listen and understand it well enough. It's a straightforward talk about some experiments with putting bacteria out in space, but still in Earth orb
Forum: Science & Space
7 days ago
Nolondil
Quote As for examples, there was the Minneapolis umbrella man who turned out to be a member of the Aryan Cowboys smashing windows and setting fires trying to instigate a riot. Interesting! I didn't know they managed to identify that guy. And I didn't even know there was a biker group called "Aryan Cowboys" until I googled for the name... But way back in June (doesn't time still
Forum: Global Village
7 days ago
Nolondil
Quote I could have titled the thread better but what I was trying to explore is the idea being propogated that there are dangerous, violent organizations. on the left attacking innocent people and that these organized groups need to be met with further escalating violence to restore order to the streets. Yes, 'lying by omission' might have been a better thread title. It's true that some lefti
Forum: Global Village
10 days ago
Nolondil
Yes, respect for her work, and condolences to her family... But this is just about the worst thing that could have happened. You know the Republicans will not wait for the pending election. Oh no, when they are in power SCOTUS positions must be filled as quickly as possible. It's only when Democrats are in power that you must wait for a pending election. Expect the shrillness of the already
Forum: Global Village
17 days ago
Nolondil
No, WhoWeird left after getting too aggravated at the Trumper cult. He posted a flurry of angry messages on August 29th-30th and hasn't posted since. But it is interesting how someone always takes up the slack when someone else drops out of the resistance to the right-wing clique here. Quote You fucking idiots. The violence and rioting is a product of Trump’s presidency. It’s not a resul
Forum: Global Village
18 days ago
Nolondil
Well, then, someone nominate President Hassan Rouhani, and maybe the entire Revolutionary Guard, for scaring the Gulf Arab States enough that they would rather ally with Israel against Iran than dispute with them over the status of the Palestinians...
Forum: Global Village
18 days ago
Nolondil
Many states prone to wildfires, including California, already have laws about keeping trees and vegetation a certain distance away from structures in areas where fires are likely. But how much space can you afford to mandate? When fires get huge the smoke, and embers, can drift for hundreds of yards. A really huge fire can alter weather enough to keep itself going, too. We're talking about hou
Forum: Global Village
18 days ago
Nolondil
Arizona is mostly desert. Actual desert. They have a wet season every year, and lots of plants do bloom for a short while and drop seeds for next year. But they don't leap up in crazy piles of brush that then dries out and becomes tinder for the "fire season"... Even their forests are pretty sparse. Open stands of trees adapted to a dry climate, not like the forests of the north. Mos
Forum: Global Village
19 days ago
Nolondil
She was most famous as Emma Peel in The Avengers in the 1960s, but she was still in the public eye as late as 2017 in Game of Thrones as Olenna Tyrell. Quite a career... Quote Actress Dame Diana Rigg, famous for roles including Emma Peel in TV series The Avengers and Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones, has died at the age of 82. Her daughter, actress Rachael Stirling, said she died of c
Forum: Misc.
20 days ago
Nolondil
Most people here are probably familiar with Joe Rogan since he often has guests like Graham Hancock, Rupert Sheldrake, and other 'alternative views' people. He is moving to Spotify in December and now there is an announcement at the end of his shows that there will be no other way to listen to his podcasts after December 1st except to subscribe to Spotify and use their app. Is this true? Even the
Forum: Misc.
21 days ago
Nolondil
Well, usually it is the rightists who cannot understand sarcasm. You did see the quotes around 'Libtard' since you copied them along with the word. And surely you have seen our rightist trolls using the world all the time here. Why couldn't you understand that my use of the term was ironic?
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Nolondil
I'm not commenting on the fairness of the situation, just the reality. And anyway, the Senate is not meant to be representative of the population. It's the chamber of the state governments. (Which is why the 17th Amendment made no sense... it kicked a leg out from under the Federal government by changing the Senate to popular election.)
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Nolondil
That's an interesting question. The only answers I think anyone could come up with would be some of the ethnic nationalists. "Nation of Islam" for Blacks or the "Aztlan" movement (literally "Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan" -- "The Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan") for Hispanics. They are pretty strident, and could certainly be called hate group
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Nolondil
Despite the propagandists flooding this board, the sentiment of the population is running much more against Trump than the previous election. I forget now who said "They were both running against the only candidate they might conceivably defeat" in regards to the Clinton/Trump contest. Both terrible candidates. Even against such a corrosive public persona as Hilary Clinton, Trump won by
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Nolondil
Yes, there are multiple similarities between Rome and Washington DC. One is deliberate, the Neo-classical architecture of so many government buildings. The proliferation of monuments to past leaders is another, but that's pretty much inevitable in a capital city. (Though The Apotheosis of George Washington in the Capital dome is a bit over the top...) Both cities are built in low-lying areas arou
Forum: Global Village
22 days ago
Nolondil
Um, no, not 'dead wrong'. Only off slightly. It's still on the banks of the Potomac and prone to flooding when there is a rainy spring. And it's quite humid and uncomfortable even when it's not in danger of flooding. It wasn't a very good choice for an important thing like a capital city.
Forum: Global Village
22 days ago
Nolondil
Because of this huge groundswell of insanity, many BBC shows have been focusing on conspiracy theories in general and QAnon in particular. When I saw that there is now a global uptake of this idiotic 'movement' I realized we are doomed... Listen online: BBC: The Real Story -- Why is QAnon going global? Or get the podcast here:
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
22 days ago
Nolondil
The city of Washington D.C is built in the swamp. It's physically a low-lying area along the Potomac river that had to be drained to make it possible to have the city there. So, calling DC "the swamp" is a double metaphor. It's associating the physical location of the city with the traditional image of a 'swamp' as a dank, over-grown place that isn't very hospitable to humans, and to th
Forum: Global Village
23 days ago
Nolondil
District Attorneys let people go all the time. It's part of their job to decide when it is appropriate or worthwhile to prosecute someone, and when to save the courts from unnecessary backlog. Civil offenses like rioting are often particularly difficult to prosecute, so a large proportion of rioters who can't be documented to have destroyed property are generally "let go". WHERE is it d
Forum: Global Village
27 days ago
Nolondil
Yep, some idiot with access to one of those 'personal jet packs' flew it near an airport. Quote Two pilots on two different flights reported seeing a man in a jetpack thousands of feet in the air above Los Angeles on Sunday, prompting an investigation by authorities. An American Airlines pilot was approaching Los Angeles International Airport at around 6:30 p.m. when he called in the
Forum: Misc.
28 days ago
Nolondil
A seriously in-depth series of articles/essays on QAnon and conspiracy thinking in general is appearing on Salon.com right now. Three so far, but there is no clear plan given for the series, so it could be ongoing for a while. The author, Robert Guffey, is a long-time scholar of the world of fringe beliefs, though his formal job is lecturer in English Literature at CSU, Long Beach. Besides this s
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
28 days ago
Nolondil
30 days ago
Nolondil
The closest thing he resembles is a mob boss. But that's not surprising. His father was known to cooperate with gangsters in the NYC area. He avoided having to pay extortion to the mob for his construction projects by accepting them as partners. So, that seems to have been the role model young Donald grew up with.
Forum: Global Village
30 days ago
Nolondil
Well, unfortunately, what you focus on you tend to become. So yes, many people who hate fascism and call themselves 'anti-fascists' are pretty much fascists with a slightly different political agenda. They become what they hate. Kinda like our most prolific troll here on GHMB...
Forum: Global Village
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