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User Info: Vlado

Vlado
1 month ago#1
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Of course, we all knew that already... Even those of you who really wanted it to be true, deep down knew it was a really ridiculous claim.

But what this really is, is a sign that Trump has capitulated to the deep state. They were dangling this crap over him because we all know they can and have fabricated anything they want. The "judicial system" is absolutely compromised, and they can hand out any verdicts they want, regardless of whether they correspond to reality. There is a small hope that Trump will try a counter-attack now that this is out of the way, but I'm not counting on it. There's a line between hope and delusion which I am not going to cross.

So, it looks like the US will be dragged down and destroyed after all. Trump's second term will give some time for preparation to those who want to salvage at least part of it. Brave people in Missouri have started the fire: http://thesentinel.net/politics/missouri-bans-all-federal-gun-control-laws-in-23-10-vote/ . Still, globalism is dead with or without the US. Russia, China, the emerging powers in Europe have made sure of that.
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User Info: Vlado

Vlado
1 month ago#2
81% of Bulgarians consider our national interests more important than "globalisation." Only 9% sided with "globalisation," with 10% not sure. In the world, the number is lower, at 70%. But the trend is clear. The peoples of the world reject globalism.

https://www.novinite.com/articles/196029/Gallup+International:+People+Around+the+World+Think+National+Interests+Are+More+Important+Than+The+Global
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Machete
1 month ago#3
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User Info: Vlado

Vlado
1 month ago#4
A new star has risen in The Netherlands, Thierry Baudet. Look at this speech. He is the Dutch Orbán or Salvini. A very charismatic man, capable of leading his people in the fight to restore their country. You see these right-wing leaders popping up like mushrooms around Europe. Where are the globalist equivalents? Who is the failing establishment leader who can sweep the masses off their feet with his speeches like Baudet does? Macron? I'm not even kidding - this president sitting at under 30% approval, whose people have been out on the streets demanding his resignation for 5 months now, is actually the best globalists have got.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=Stwq95mNjE8

Globalism is done. They'll never win the people over. Nobody is ever going back to voting for the likes of Tusk and Renzi. The only option they have left is 1984, and they're moving in that direction, as yesterday's internet censorship article voted by the EU parliament shows, but we'll never let it happen.
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ColZach
1 month ago#5
Lmao he’s not exonerated

User Info: Kenri

Kenri
1 month ago#6
Vlado posted...
81% of Bulgarians consider our national interests more important than "globalisation." Only 9% sided with "globalisation," with 10% not sure. In the world, the number is lower, at 70%. But the trend is clear. The peoples of the world reject globalism.

Whoa, almost makes it sound like globalization is a dumb bogeyman that no one is actually prioritizing. But if that was true, your whole ideology being centered around fighting it wouldn't make much sense. Weird.
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Vlado
1 month ago#7
Kenri posted...
globalization is a dumb bogeyman that no one is actually prioritizing

lmfao, imagine being this blind to what's happening around you, and has been for over a century.
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Espeon
1 month ago#8
You know that globalism and globalization are different things, right?
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User Info: DeepsPraw

DeepsPraw
1 month ago#9
Vlado, how do you explain Japan's 42% pro-globalism/30% nationalism?

Isn't ethnically homogeneous Japan supposed to be a shining beacon of nationalism?
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Vlado
1 month ago#10
DeepsPraw posted...
Vlado, how do you explain Japan's 42% pro-globalism/30% nationalism?

Isn't ethnically homogeneous Japan supposed to be a shining beacon of nationalism?

Post-WW2 demoralisation. But, as result-oriented thinkers, we must point out that it does not much matter what the people say they want, when their actions in, and as a society are in fact in the opposite direction.
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