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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
One of the benefits I'm seeing is that faggot parades are being postponed in the US and UK, so less freaks on the streets defiling the minds of children.

03-23-2020 02:02 PM
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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
(03-23-2020 06:54 AM)Sword and Board Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 05:59 PM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 04:40 PM)Sherman Wrote:  If the West continues to trade with Communist China after this holocaust, then nothing has been gained, and the West deserves its destruction. Americans need to repent for buying cheap Chinese goods and supporting this. We have also: ignored the destruction of Tibet, agreed to isolate Taiwan from the world community, abandoned Hong Kong, profited from slave labor, ignored repression of religious groups, including Falun Gong. We have empowered an evil regime and our mortal enemy. Despite their responsibility for covering up this virus, the Communist Regime is initiating an active propaganda campaign to blame it on the United States. This says everything about their true motives.

https://mises.org/wire/chinese-regime-ha...much-worse

Funny, everyone the US has ever told me was a 'regime' wasn't. I never heard Trump use that phrase against Macron with his response to the Yellow Vest Movement.

The thing is, we did talk about this. Conservatives called us Commies and Libtards and Hippies and Bleeding Hearts. When Wall Street outsourced all our jobs to them, both Left and Right and Hollywood then mocked us as poor rednecks for saying 'they took our jobs' because capitalist profit is all that matters. We were called commies for Anti-Free Trade and Anti-stances Globalism - which were Conservative Values in 2000 because 'muh Capitalism'. If we started questioning this ten years down the road, we were then called Racists and Xenophobes by the Left. If you brought the Catholic Church's persecution in China up to Evangelical Christian groups, they were more concerned with saying you were in the 'whore of babylon' than actual human rights abuses. If you questioned why the Chinese were allowed to buy up so much land and companies in Australia and were allowed such high levels of immigration the two (((media arms))) would call you racist and bleat how (((diversity is our strength))), and questioning (((the superiority of multiculturalism))) in a public way was made illegal in our (((legal system))) back in 1994, though most Australians are unaware of this.

It's only now, that China is threatening Israel's Oil interests with their new Silk Road, that they've suddenly been upgraded the the latest Evil Empire to be defeated in the name of muh Patriotic Democracy, the two (((Media arms))) are now regularly posting emotional, Anti-China stories, and people suddenly give enough of a crap to instantly accuse you of colluding with the enemy for being very, very tired of this stupid, transparent game.

I can forgive you for not listening then, but don't expect me to pay attention now.

Its interesting the "I don't think Israel/Zionism is doing anything wrong" crowd push the narrative and wax lyrically about the so called human rights abuses of team globohomo's latest enemy.



YOUR LYING IS DISGUSTING

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Stop lying.
03-23-2020 02:30 PM
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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
Challenge to you:

Find anything in my entire post history where I claim Zionists did nothing wrong.

You can't. Prove me wrong
03-23-2020 02:37 PM
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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
(03-22-2020 01:54 PM)Enhanced Eddie Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 12:07 PM)Dusty Wrote:  We got incontrovertible evidence that Madonna can’t sing.


Fried fish? Fish is the symbol for Christianity. As she sings it, she does the "L" for "loser" hand sign at the camera.

Madonna is a Satanist. She's often seen wearing the red kaballah wristband. Her videos and shows are full of all kinds of Satanic symbols.

On her most recent tour she was wearing a gas mask and had dancers fall to the ground as if dead. Very reminiscent of the situation we're in now.

On the back of her latest album, she's typing on a type writer of the brand "corona". Tom Hanks recently tweeted a picture of a corona type writer too... wish I had bookmarked.

I'm sure these are all coincidences. We don't want to get too conspiratorial, right?

A friend of mine just pointed out that "pasta" is also code for sex with a young boy among the Satanist pedo elite. I hadn't made that connection when I saw this clip, but could be what she means... what do you think "no more pasta, only friend fish" could mean in that context? Anyone versed with all the pedo wikileaks lingo?
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What the hell did Madonna do to her face? She looks like a demonic mannequin.

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(03-23-2020 02:53 PM)eskimobobseal Wrote:  What the hell did Madonna do to her face? She looks like a demonic mannequin.

Essentially she is.

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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
I think this crisis has shown the possibility of online education. Which may lead to free college for all. I’m opposed to waiving student debt, sorry, life lessons aren’t free and we can’t always fix things when other people screw up. I’ve mentioned free online college and most Bernie supporters are not excited about it. Because what people really want is just a good time for free. And I don’t want to pay for that.
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(03-23-2020 03:53 PM)roberto Wrote:  
(03-23-2020 02:53 PM)eskimobobseal Wrote:  What the hell did Madonna do to her face? She looks like a demonic mannequin.

Essentially she is.

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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
This is more of a short-term benefit. Normally I spend $75 on a week's worth of groceries, but because of the sales just spent $95 for two week's worth. The freezer has plenty of steak, chicken, salmon, spinach and broccoli. Fridge has bell peppers, mushrooms, cantaloupe and Greek yogurt. Bananas, oatmeal, almonds and cashews as well.

I was already starting to eat healthier, but long-term I will try and continue this. Good, healthy food is so important, especially for the immune system.
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-Childless people are losing : They end up bored in front of their PC , realizing that their entire life is based on useless things such as travelling , drinking , and so on.

-Career women and mothers who did a kid for conformism and not for love : Now they can't escape , they have to be home and fill in their role of mothers.

- Everyone stays home and noone travels , especially the instagram thots. I ve travelled quite a lot and the last 2-3 years I became disgusted from travelling , just to see these non-christian girls touring the world like prostitutes showing their ass to everyone was disheartening. Now they can only show their face with a mask and noone cares.

-Every day of this quarantine exposes the unhealthy overcapitalistic system we live in where most people can't even make it if they dont have wage for 2-3 months. And for some countries , the abysmal public service in hospitals.

- I dare to believe that a lot of people start to reunite at least on the phone or via internet with their old parents and inquire about their health.

-No more sterile debate about election

-No more gay pride / drag queen stories / migrant invasions.

-People respect their goods a bit more. As Antonius of Efa said - people start to try to fix their stuff and are worried to break things

-Atheists and/or consumerist people don't feel good and might realize how uninteresting is their real life when they face themselves
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For me, anyway, this was the final push for me to get rid of my Facebook. (I re-opened a new one the next day, but only use it to interact with family and like-minded friends from church...no coworkers, acquaintances, or casual friends.)

I don't feel like I'm walking in a minefield every time I post on Facebook anymore. That's a night and day difference.
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Lockdowns will end as spring hits its stride. When that happens travel is going to come surging back with a popularity never before seen.

Anyone who thinks the current depression in the travel industry is going to become a long term change is asleep at the wheel.
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(03-23-2020 06:33 PM)KMK Wrote:  Lockdowns will end as spring hits its stride. When that happens travel is going to come surging back with a popularity never before seen.

Anyone who thinks the current depression in the travel industry is going to become a long term change is asleep at the wheel.

I agree that generally people are going to want to jump right back on the bandwagon the second the quarantine ends - even if it shouldn't end just yet. But there could be some shifts in attitudes, at least for a while. I for one never understood the appeal to get on a boat with a few thousand fat tourists in shorts and flip flops to line up for crummy food and do a mass exodus at every stop. Fuck that.

Throw in the reality of such environments being floating petri dishes and who knows, at least for a while some people (except for the Chinese) may not want to eagerly pile into a human container ship - we can dream.

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Cruises do sound pretty awful. If you can make it work, sailing on your own boat would be a lot more fun and rewarding.
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I'm confident that if we can make it to the other side of the storm, we will see better days.



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(03-23-2020 05:50 PM)Polniy_Sostav Wrote:  -Childless people are losing : They end up bored in front of their PC , realizing that their entire life is based on useless things such as travelling, drinking, and so on.

Every family with teens I've talked to, are currently getting crazy in quarantine.

One week more and teens and parents will be at each other throats, in all quarantined cities.

One month more locked in the same small apartment and parents will be a wreck even more than single men (single women will commit suicide by the third week, though, or earlier if Instagram is down).

Anyway... another man who hates on travelling; this crisis is highlighting what I have been noticing for many months : the people who cannot travel because of kids or office-jobs, just hate our freedom. Am I wrong on this?
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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
Off the top of my head:

- Greater focus on health: People now realize they and their parents are not invincible, and that drinking Coca Cola daily is not a great idea. Exercise and general fitness could see a resurgence across the board.

- Stronger family relationships: Everyone's under one roof and mingling; there's no escape, so it's time to reflect. Personally, my relationship with the parents have improved. Honestly, we're all just happy that we're all healthy and together.

- Proliferation of Remote Work: Tech-savvy workers have realized how stupid it is to commute for hours just to sit in front of a computer somewhere else. Simultaneously, lonely workers miss the casual interactions that offices offer. I expect to see a work/home hybrid emerge in the future, as the value lost through commuting is brought to light.

- Widespread questioning of our "economy": This event exposes just how hard most Americans have been fleeced; I'm sure this will wake a lot of people up. Especially when cash starts running low. A lot of people have worked hard for decades, and within a week or two of shutdown, they're face financial ruin. After thousands of years of human development, how is this even possible??? And in a first world country, no less. Even medieval peasants accumulated some wealth. The whole system needs to be reset - we have more than enough resources for all Americans to live a decent life.
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(03-23-2020 06:53 PM)SlickyBoy Wrote:  
(03-23-2020 06:33 PM)KMK Wrote:  Lockdowns will end as spring hits its stride. When that happens travel is going to come surging back with a popularity never before seen.

Anyone who thinks the current depression in the travel industry is going to become a long term change is asleep at the wheel.

I agree that generally people are going to want to jump right back on the bandwagon the second the quarantine ends - even if it shouldn't end just yet. But there could be some shifts in attitudes, at least for a while. I for one never understood the appeal to get on a boat with a few thousand fat tourists in shorts and flip flops to line up for crummy food and do a mass exodus at every stop. Fuck that.

Throw in the reality of such environments being floating petri dishes and who knows, at least for a while some people (except for the Chinese) may not want to eagerly pile into a human container ship - we can dream.



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(03-23-2020 07:35 PM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  - Stronger family relationships: Everyone's under one roof and mingling; there's no escape, so it's time to reflect. Personally, my relationship with the parents have improved. Honestly, we're all just happy that we're all healthy and together.

It depends. For more healthier families yours is what will happen. On the other hand keeping a dysfunctional family together will result in domestic violence.

And other forms of emotional and physical abuse.
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America suffers from profound cognitive dissonance along the lines of wanting to have its cake and eat it too.

It's easy to rail about globalism, etc... but the fact is that when things are made locally the labor costs involved would raise the cost of anything local significantly. It's either that or pay americans the same slave labor wages as the 3rd world. I mean, why do you think the US employs so much illegal labor? It's to keep the cost of things that need to be produced locally like fresh produce down to a level that the public is willing to accept.

You see, globalization has sort of covered up stuff like inflation. It may have been possible back in the 1950s for the US to support a domestic workforce with a Leave it to Beaver lifestyle, complete with a pension. That's not really possible anymore. If you tried to rearrange society back to the 1950s, our overall level of prosperity would drop considerably.

You see what I mean? The good times of the post WWII era are over and simply can't come back. That doesn't mean I think it's a good thing for fragile supply lines to be dependent on China, but let's understand why it is the way it is than to simply think things can snap back to the 1950s.

Business as usual is a complex set of tradeoffs that have sort of arranged itself via the invisible hand to best suit the majority. There is room for improvement to be sure but for the most part it is the least-bad arrangement for the majority. I don't think most people are willing to accept this but it's because they are simply ignorant of the larger forces at play and are filled with magical thinking.
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^Yes and no. There are definite pushes by the ruling elite to gut some nations and build others based on a number of different motives.

Ask a coal miner in the West why the elite are pushing their garbage green revolution which will enrich Chinese manufacturers and massively drive up electricity prices for everyone forced to buy crappy solar panels and wind turbines.

(03-23-2020 07:31 PM)Going strong Wrote:  ...the people who cannot travel because of kids or office-jobs, just hate our freedom. Am I wrong on this?

Yes.

(03-23-2020 02:30 PM)Easy_C Wrote:  
(03-23-2020 06:54 AM)Sword and Board Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 05:59 PM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 04:40 PM)Sherman Wrote:  ...
...

Its interesting the "I don't think Israel/Zionism is doing anything wrong" crowd push the narrative and wax lyrically about the so called human rights abuses of team globohomo's latest enemy.

YOUR LYING IS DISGUSTING

You have repeatedly and dishonestly called me an apoligist for Zionism when I'm anything but and everyone but you knows it.

Stop lying.

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(03-23-2020 07:31 PM)Going strong Wrote:  
(03-23-2020 05:50 PM)Polniy_Sostav Wrote:  -Childless people are losing : They end up bored in front of their PC , realizing that their entire life is based on useless things such as travelling, drinking, and so on.

Every family with teens I've talked to, are currently getting crazy in quarantine.

One week more and teens and parents will be at each other throats, in all quarantined cities.

One month more locked in the same small apartment and parents will be a wreck even more than single men (single women will commit suicide by the third week, though, or earlier if Instagram is down).

Anyway... another man who hates on travelling; this crisis is highlighting what I have been noticing for many months : the people who cannot travel because of kids or office-jobs, just hate our freedom. Am I wrong on this?

Point by point

It is tougher with my 3 kids in quarantine. There are a bit more fights yes.There are also good moments. It is not my fault if these people do not have authority over their kids and cannot handle them. It is the parents fault 100%. Natural selection. I am even happy that other parents see that they cannot handle their kids , maybe they should have thought about the entire society before to give up on being parents and let their kids on the wrong track.

Small apartments are an issue yes. On this , I feel sorry.

I do not hate travelling. I hate to see travelling being taken in hostage by instagram thots and idiot guys who have no plans in life. I still enjoy travelling , and more locally since I cant afford 5 tickets , and I have very few days off. So I wish i could travel a bit more ...to more obscure destinations - but in no way I am jealous. I am actually feel pity for single men in their 30s travelling to X and Y and trying to persuade us that their life is great and full of freedom while the only thing they do is living the opposite of what should be done to perpetuate our civilization.
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(03-24-2020 06:44 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  ^Yes and no. There are definite pushes by the ruling elite to gut some nations and build others based on a number of different motives.

Ask a coal miner in the West why the elite are pushing their garbage green revolution which will enrich Chinese manufacturers and massively drive up electricity prices for everyone forced to buy crappy solar panels and wind turbines.

(03-23-2020 07:31 PM)Going strong Wrote:  ...the people who cannot travel because of kids or office-jobs, just hate our freedom. Am I wrong on this?

Yes.

(03-23-2020 02:30 PM)Easy_C Wrote:  
(03-23-2020 06:54 AM)Sword and Board Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 05:59 PM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  
(03-22-2020 04:40 PM)Sherman Wrote:  ...
...

Its interesting the "I don't think Israel/Zionism is doing anything wrong" crowd push the narrative and wax lyrically about the so called human rights abuses of team globohomo's latest enemy.

YOUR LYING IS DISGUSTING

You have repeatedly and dishonestly called me an apoligist for Zionism when I'm anything but and everyone but you knows it.

Stop lying.

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A lot of the problems are also the result of Red Tape that also makes employing native workers much more expensive and troublesome. This plus other measures help to push labor overseas.
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(03-22-2020 09:48 AM)Enoch Wrote:  I hope that once people realize that 1/2 of mom's monthly net pay at her corporate job goes to daycare plus commute costs, etc, that more moms will stay home.

1/2 of net pay is nothing...plenty of families pay on a net basis to pay for daycare in order to keep the wife's career going.

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RE: Long-term benefits of the Coronavirus Pandemic
(03-23-2020 07:35 PM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  - Proliferation of Remote Work: Tech-savvy workers have realized how stupid it is to commute for hours just to sit in front of a computer somewhere else. Simultaneously, lonely workers miss the casual interactions that offices offer. I expect to see a work/home hybrid emerge in the future, as the value lost through commuting is brought to light.

I've been working at home since last Monday and am fortunate enough that I'm in no danger of losing my job as a result of this (at least in the near term). And in my current job I can be 95% as productive at home as I would be at work. I don't think I'd want to work from home 100% of the time but I'd love to be able to go into the office 1-2 days a week and work from home the rest of the time.

More time with family and can also spend half the day checking boxes for my main job and the other half building side businesses to eventually escape globohomo.

I got my Magnum condoms, I got my wad of hundreds, I'm ready to plow!
03-24-2020 09:48 AM
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