I Now Better Understand the 'Good German'

Posted by $ TomB666 2 years, 2 months ago to Culture
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I hope the link works. Editorial by Dennis Prager.
SOURCE URL: https://rightandfree.com/news/2021/01/04/i-now-better-understand-the-good-german

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  • Posted by DrZarkov99 2 years, 2 months ago
    We are in for some grim times ahead, and unfortunately there were enough useful idiots that voted for this insanity that it became easy to cheat just enough to tip the scales. Sadly, those same idiots will continue to believe the duplicitous media as they blame Trump for the coming economic disasters wrought by socialist Democrats.

    Anyone seeking a raised fist from me will get a raised finger, and will quickly regret any attempt at further assaulting my person. I will not be a "good" American.
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  • Posted by dansail 2 years, 2 months ago
    The link worked; excellent article!

    While the example in Quebec is more understandable (the proper Canadians always 'follow the rules'), in America I would expect to see a growing undercurrent of dissent.

    So the question I ask is this: Where can I find those undercurrents of dissent? How can I be the 'good American' and resist the tide of oncoming totalitarianism?
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    • Posted by $ Thoritsu 2 years, 2 months ago
      I play indoor soccer in the winter. They are now requiring masks. Are you phucking kidding me? A mask while playing real sports? That is like super altitude training...
      ...So I made a mask out of a small elastic cargo net. It is a mask. Most find it hilarious. Now one has the balls to call me out on it.

      Phuck you Charlie Baker, and all the mask-coward-Karens!
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  • Posted by mccannon01 2 years, 2 months ago
    Excellent article illustrating the "boil the frog" path to totalitarianism as is being applied in contemporary America.

    Often I put in my two cents as I can and that will surely buy me a ticket to the American Gulag when the left finally has the power to set it up. Other times, here in the winter of my lifespan, I content myself by fiddling while Rome burns.
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