Profile overview for Reconn.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

101 submissions to Anglosphere

3 submissions to NewCountryProject

2 submissions to ReconnCSS

1 submissions to European

1 submissions to newsubverses

This user has so far shared a total of 99 links, started a total of 9 discussions and submitted a total of 155 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 62 and downvoted 15 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 240 and downvoted 109 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

No-Go Zones Are Growing In America, submitted: 9/2/2017 9:09:22 PM, 64 points (+65|-1)

President Obama Violated The Law With His Ransom Payment To Iran, submitted: 8/20/2016 10:22:41 AM, 46 points (+48|-2)

Yes, The FBI Is America's Secret Police, submitted: 12/12/2017 10:10:05 AM, 42 points (+42|-0)

LAPD refuses to do job around BLM protestors that overrun interstate, submitted: 7/12/2016 10:22:28 PM, 34 points (+34|-0)

Thousands of Middle Eastern Illegal Immigrants Busted with Forged Papers at US Border, submitted: 8/18/2016 8:19:42 PM, 29 points (+29|-0)

5 lowest rated submissions:

Vive ut vivas, submitted: 8/6/2016 11:51:19 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

CSS Testing, submitted: 8/6/2016 2:48:18 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

[UK] May gov't announces intentions to support EU Army 'PESCO' initiative, submitted: 11/15/2017 11:55:34 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

No Tsunami alert for New Zealand after quake rattles Indonesia, submitted: 12/15/2017 11:15:31 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Law Firm That Hounded British Troops Through Court Closes Down, submitted: 8/15/2016 10:06:41 PM, 2 points (+2|-0)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

The Ideology Of Madness: Five Ways The American Right Has Become Just Like The Nazis. submitted by Sicario to politics

Reconn 2 points 51 points (+53|-2) ago

OP obviously doesn't know that much about Nazis or he wouldn't be trying to compare his own countrymen to them (I assume he's an American for the purposes of his post and the spelling of his words). The points of his post don't even really say anything, its just a bunch of cherry picked quotes and some loosely tied together talking points to shill in the general direction of liberalism. IMO it feels like a highschool essay we all had to bullshit through in school. lol. "I reached the required word count, I'm done with this shit."

You could make a half-dozen of this posts of this quality "The Ideology Of Madness: Five Ways The American Right Has Become Just Like The Holy Roman Empire." "The Ideology Of Madness: Five Ways The American Right Has Become Just Like The Mongols." "The Ideology Of Madness: Five Ways The American Right Has Become Just Like Napoleonic France."

It's just lazy. If OP can't take the time to write something of some quality to persuade people to his ideological standpoint, then arguably OP doesn't care about his ideology all that much anyway.

"We are reaching a really terrifying conclusion for the whole world: That the White House is defending Islamic State. Now there can be no doubts about that." Russian Foreign Ministry submitted by penisse to Conspiracy

Reconn 0 points 33 points (+33|-0) ago

For those of you who don't know, U.S. wants to build an oil pipeline from Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states through Iraq and Syria into Europe. (Hence supporting ISIL and Al Nusra to get rid of Assad who is propped up by the Russians) Russia is the only one who currently has a pipeline into Europe, so Russia sees this as an existential threat to its national security because sanctions over Ukraine tanked the Ruble and oil is the only thing keeping it up. If that U.S.-Saudi pipeline is built, the Russian economy will completely tank.

Saudi Arabia has exported Wahhabi Islam for decades in the middle east as a method of pushing its interests and it's largely been successful and its been largely funded by Americans the entire time-- in some cases explicitly instead of unintentionally. The 9/11 attack was a huge boon for Saudi Arabia because the Americans couldn't resist playing world police and knocked over 2 countries--(Iraq being the larger problem for the Saudis). The only 'rival' left for Saudi Arabia in the region is Iran.

So now Iran and Saudi Arabia fight each other with terrorism all over the middle east. The U.S. and Russia play cold war reinactments and everyone gets bombed, America gets bombed, Europe gets bombed then plays the bleeding heart card on refugees just to get low unskilled labor en-masse to grow their economy and then gets bombed again, Russia gets bombed, Syria gets really bombed, Turkey bombs itself and Syria to kill Kurds, including those Kurds that attack ISIL because they buy oil on the cheap straight from ISIL. Saudi Arabia and Israel want the U.S. to bomb Iran for different reasons. (Israel's being that Iran's terrorists live on their borders and harass Israelis// Saudi Arabia wants its last rival in the region gone.)

IMO no one should be involved in the burning trash fire that is the middle east unless they have borders in the region-- but here we are, wasting trillions of dollars we could have spent in our own countries.

Instant credibility lost. submitted by spookybm to whatever

Reconn 0 points 32 points (+32|-0) ago

For those of you who don't know. Manpower is a temp agency, if you've ever had the fortune to deal with a temp agency-- you'll know its kind of like trying to smoke a used short cigar with your asshole. The work is shitty, the pay is worse, then they try to pay you in temp agency gift cards that charge you 3 dollars a transaction on your 250 dollar weekly paycheck, and all the while why they remind you that you live in a right-to-work state-- where if your great-great-grandchild who isnt born yet even thinks the word 'union' you'll be shit canned and blackballed from all the temp agencies in your city.

Manpower doesn't have any credibility to lose. lol.

3 lowest rated comments:

Armed militia, incl. Bundy bros, occupy forest reserve HQ in Oregon, call US patriots to arms submitted by ratsmack to news

Reconn 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I'm actually curious to what the response will be as well. Since this is a remote area, it doesn't seem like the Federal Govt is pushing too hard yet. I'm even more curious as to which agencies are going to show up with jurisdiction over the area. I assume this is going to fall under both FBI (for seizing federal property) and the US Marshals (for federal arrest warrants now issued).

I don't think there's enough people involved and the situation isn't catastrophic and mobile enough yet for the National Guard to respond.

Regardless of who responds, it is going to put Militia groups at numero uno on DHS watchlists.

In case you're wondering what this militia movement in Oregon is all about... here is some relevant history for you. submitted by rE1J5aQ5wF54W3HURrH to news

Reconn 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Yeah, if they have a reason to do something they're going to do it regardless. I don't think things have changed much about the operation of these kinds of incidents for a very long time. Now that this has escalated into a criminal matter in the eyes of the FBI and US Marshals, any past conditions are pretty much null in their their eyes. They only see lawbreakers at this point. Sad scenario, but not unexpected.

A couple of questions. submitted by Reconn to NewCountryProject

Reconn 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

That's a pretty good spread of skills. What's the engineers specialization?