Sign of the time - ET TU OANN? Remove my post?

Posted by $ AJAshinoff 4 months, 2 weeks ago to Culture
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I've love to know what I said that was so egregious? Should I have said bullet (proper punishment these days) rather than imply hanging?

I'm more than a little surprised at OANN and to a lesser extent Disqus (which I've been a member of for more than a decade).
SOURCE URL: https://www.oann.com/coup-prompts-outcry-from-myanmar-as-west-ponders-how-to-respond/

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  • Posted by $ Commander 4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Oh...I'm thinking you could have been a bit more.......'colorful'?
    How about.... Spangle Dangle break-neck dancing.

    On a more serious note. I find it sad that fear is the binder of these...."relationships".
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    • Posted by $ 4 months, 2 weeks ago
      Starting with "this could" and following with "if this" is conjecture, nothing to raise a red flag. My statement of jumpsuits and stretched necks are supported by the charge if treason, a major high crime that can result in death.

      Perhaps it was my "looking forward" if that caused the site to worry about liability?

      I'm getting seriously tired if pansy-ass snowflakes who cry abuse if you contradict their myopic delusions. Life isn't an echo chamber and I've yet to weild sticks or hurl stones.
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      • Posted by $ Commander 4 months, 2 weeks ago
        I've made reference to Universe 25 in the recent past.
        All of this is emotional base. Fear of being alone. Fear of being an individual. This is psychosis. Mostly in the urban areas.
        The only times I encounter this "censorship" is in dense population zones or larger corporate proximity. My mom walked into City Hall and the County offices last week without a mask. Not a word said. Town of 35k. County of 75k.
        In corollary to Universe 25, "The Secret of NIMH" was released in 92. The "rats" were developing an escape plan to get out of the city to live as they were designed.
        When needs are met to such an extent that one's mortality is never challenged, there is no opportunity/awareness that is dealt with objectively. Assumption rules.
        These....idiots....have no idea what real fear is. Nothing to fear but.......
        A quick count on my experiences of near mortal situations:
        Fell in swollen river
        Nearly buried in sand pit
        Nearly bitten by 2 different species of rattler
        Chased by pissed off bull
        Chased by sow...gelding piglets
        Fell from near top of 80 foot pine
        Opened up from navel to sternum falling from another tree
        all of this by age 9
        There are greater things to fear than an opinion...until it becomes group psychosis. This is why I have moved rural. I'm defensible.
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        • Posted by $ allosaur 4 months, 2 weeks ago
          Stepped into quicksand while walking atop hard identical looking sand along a bank of the Cahaba River in Alabama during the Seventies.
          The boulder that saved my life for me dino wrapping an arm around it also dented but did not break the camera that was part of that day's assignment.
          My reporter/photographer newspaper assignmentwas to find and locate the blooming white flowers of a species of water lilies only to exist in the Cahaba River.
          But a storm came, ruining the light for photography. Decided to beeline to my car by hacking my way through of dense woods with a machete.
          After a lot of hacking, I looked up to see no trees ahead. Hooray! I had to be approaching the field of many farms along the road where my car was parked,
          Next thing I knew I was diving out of the woods down a steep cliff with a 65-degree incline (estimating that by looking at a protractor right now).
          Saw boulders awaiting me in the stream of a gully maybe 60 feet down.
          At that point me dino had something to say and what I said was, "YEEE-AAAAA!"
          I began to roll with that machete tethered to my wrist.
          Due to mindless adrenaline-fueled raw instinct, I somehow with one hand managed to grab a bush like a cowboy in a western.
          That hurt my shoulder but I managed to climb back up by grabbing one bush after another.
          Long story here made shorter, me dino told my editor I wasn't gonna go back. And I didn't!
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      • Posted by KevinSchwinkendorf 4 months, 1 week ago
        Well, of course the penalty for Treason is Death, as in the Julius and Ethel Rosenberg cases. But, it also depends on how serious the treason was. The Rosenbergs gave information to the Soviet Union on nuclear weapon designs. I would love to see the crooked globalists Clinton and her Kenyan master executed for treason. I also fantasize about it being a "pay-per-view event" so that I could record it and replay it every Friday night with a bowl of popcorn on my lap.
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  • Posted by Lucky 4 months, 2 weeks ago
    About Myanmar-
    Myanmar- nothing much has changed, Aung San Suu Kyi a respected figure had very little power, mainly a figurehead in an attempt to give the generals some credibility. There was an election, the generals' party did badly. Fraud? Who knows.

    This is a good opportunity for Joe to sound tough. Irresistible.
    Whoever is puppet master will be cautious, any serious sanction from the US will push Myanmar into China's orbit. Unless that is the plan.

    About the correspondence to the US-
    The wrong way round, what's good for the goose .. etc.
    In Myanmar the military are the DeepState, no need to fake elections, just retake full control. The takeover is not a prediction for the US, just copying.
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    • Posted by $ Dobrien 4 months, 2 weeks ago
      In April, Myanmar signed a contract with Podesta Group πŸ˜’ worth $840,000 for a year of services. Tapped to lobby the nation were Mark Tavlarides, the Director of National Security Council in thΓ© Clinton Administration.
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  • Posted by $ pixelate 4 months, 2 weeks ago
    In some of my posts, I refer to the book "Day of the Rope" by Devon Stack. That usually gets my point across without being too explicit.
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