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[–] HelloDolly 0 points 35 points (+35|-0) ago 

The best thing about this entire movement is there is genuine hope for the future. There has been a sense of mourning for what I now believe was a past that was something of a sham. I worried for a time that learning that so much of what I had been taught as a kid and thereafter was a big fat lie would taint happy memories of everything from days past. But I'm starting to realize that a few bad guys in high places doesn't change the fact, for example, that we've all known real heros, even if they were misled about what they were fighting for. I'm tired and not articulating this as well as I'd like, but what I'm trying to say is that while the truth tarnishes the past a little, it makes the future so much brighter.

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[–] Christosgnosis 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

it's a good point made here. I tend toward being nostalgic about periods of my past - in contrast to the insanity that has come about in recent years prior to Trump administration. But I now know that even in those days we were living in delusion as the enemy was going about laying the ground work for destroying our society. So on the one hand am tempted to dismally regard us in those times as fools. Yet there were people with good hearts trying to to do the best they could as imperfect human beings.

Now our eyes have been opened - and am sure there is going to be much more red-pilling to come.

But can the foolish be redeemed by being woken up from delusions? Somewhere there was enough kernel of something in our people to get us to where we are now - with a real chance. I will just be thankful for that and try to move forward and do better. Maybe I'll not wring my hands about a past that nothing can be done about to change. The enemy fooled us for a good long run and got an upper hand, but things are turning around.

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[–] 14193007? 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

There are a lot of people who have suffered terribly because of past leaders shortcomings. Don't get too happy. Don't get complacent. I'm glad you have hope.

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[–] redpilldessert 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I just feel sad that as whites become more and more a minority in every country, that more regressive policies and leaders will be elected, and that it will be a downward spiral from then on out.

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[–] Lovecymru 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago 

And he hasn't even been at it 2 years. He is tying all the globalist in knots...a Gordian knot.

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[–] Jimmycrackerson 1 point 9 points (+10|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Like the ball of snakes (((they))) are.

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[–] x13 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Ha! I enjoyed the naming of the snakes... the "echoes"

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[–] QualityShitposter 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Greatest shitposter of all time. His twatter will live on in infamy.

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[–] DeplorableVet 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

The best part is, because of the dems calling them "Presidential records" they're going to literally build a library to house them! Personally, I think some of the spicier ones should be blown up and pasted on the border wall, but that's just me!

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[–] 1cd1233 2 points 1 point (+3|-2) ago 

The best idea I've ever heard and look folks, from a DeplorableVet. Blow ups on the wall, hahahaha! Let it be so & Amen! GOD bless you. WWG1WGA

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[–] DTrumplican 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Yes TrumpWeaponizedTweets for maximum damage!!! He forces the cockroaches into the light, they must expose themselves, they can't resist, he makes them crazy lolololol

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[–] DeplorableVet 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

It's just the way it is right now. Once we get the traitorous globalists out of the government and locked up, we can move on to other fights. For now, we've got to save the Republic from the baby-eating satanists!

I think the majority of us realize that not all D's are bad, and not all R's are good, and most people are somewhere in the middle, but for now we've got to make sure the party that seems to want to destroy America and our values are stopped, and voting R seems to be the best course of action towards that goal.

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[–] redtoe_skipper 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Potus is addressing it. He literally has no good words for repubs either. He uses it as a vehicle.

At the moment, what you need is not party but a movement dat restores. This is the genuine issue underlying the false dichotomy of a two big party system.

The constitution is completely silent on how such a thing should be run. The added amendment that senators are being chosen by popular vote, eroded states rights and made party so much stronger!
Simply consider how many independent presidents there ever have been.....

Party evolves depending on the issue of the day. Party is a strange thing, as representation is either a states issue or a people's issue. Not a party issue as it adds a level of abstraction with it's own dynamic.

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[–] SkyeVeritas 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Is one party better? Or no parties? Nothing will ever be perfect. The present 2-parties do have a stranglehold on the process because they maneuvered it that way; I would like to see that change. How would you like to see it?

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[–] petevoat 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

You think that he didn't have help? The US white hat military planned all this. The story goes is that 3 years ago they asked him to run for POTUS. Together with military intelligence they are keeping his family and him safe.

Everything they are doing now. Everything they have done for 5 years. All planned. All executed down to a T.

You know he would not make it just by himself. He would be jfk'ed right now.

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[–] JakeBarnes 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Exactly. The military saw the corruption, but they needed a president willing to let them go to work. What's funny about this: #Resist loves to scream about how he isn't a king, and simultaneously act like he is a king. It's like they've completely forgot how the constitution works. But Trump hasn't. This is the most surgically executed military exercise since... ever? I think so.

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[–] 221113 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

While I'm not disagreeing with you, bear in mind that it's more than just Trump. He plays his role masterfully, and he's absolutely indispensible. But he's not the mastermind of the whole plan. That would be the Q Team. And we may never know who they are, or even how many they are. Remember them, too.

A great band needs a great front man. And a great lyricist, and a great composer, and....

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[–] DTrumplican 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Without Trump they wouldn't have success, which is why they chose Trump. I love Trump. Best president ever in the history of the United States. Best.

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[–] HelloDolly 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

It reminds me so much of the Founding Fathers of this country, aptly described in a great book I read as the Founding Brothers. They were all flawed human beings, but came together like a perfect storm, each bringing to the table exactly what was needed for the Revolution to succeed. Even they thought what was happening was the hand of Providence. Look at George Washington. He HAD to be the first President, because he was probably the only one that didn't want the job. Which is why he declined to be King Washington.

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[–] 221113 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

(George Washington to John Adams): Well, that's it. I am fairly out and you are fairly in. And tomorrow, we shall see who is the happier.

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[–] Patti_McGreen 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

How to we get my generation, the 60 + year olds, the leftover hippies to realize that they've been duped? My husband included, when will he/ they shut off Rachel Maddow????

That the plan to abolish the republic was begun years ago?

That the entire 60s music, drug, free love culture was actually created and orchestrated by the CIA to dismantle the family values of the past?

I am not a prude. But my peers have abandoned me because of support of 45. We raise organic animals and vegetables. Our children all born at home. None of our children have sympathies for antifa (thank God!!) And they all work, promising careers, raising children of their own....

I am patiently waiting for the lies of Congress to be fully exposed. And when that day arrives, silently, I will be singing the " I told you so" song.

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[–] corrbrick 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I'm not yet 60, so I watched the hippies and free love as a child. Nonetheless, my upbringing taught me that I missed out on an incredible piece of history that shaped the future with its noble and principled actions. It was a movement to defend freedom in all its forms that marched to its own iconic music. But none of that is true!

The period was extremely hedonistic, and as you note, the sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll were all injected into it by the military and the CIA. No one wants to admit that the high point of their life when they were so free, creative, and unique was not their life at all, but was rather a product of military and intelligence operations.

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[–] wokeasfook 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Postmodern/Neo Marxist indoctrination in universities.

Education is dangerous in modern times.

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[–] DTrumplican 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Our schools, from kindergarten to college, to finishing... pure Communist propaganda all day long. You get your kids about 3 hrs a day, they have them alllll day long.

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[–] wokeasfook 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

You're not wrong. In all western countries simultaneously. Australia is unbelievable. Canada probably even worse. Just puts into perspective the task at hand. The importance of Judge Kavanaugh and the midterm elections are almost biblical. Without it I fear for the movement happening across the west. A big win for the swamp at this time could be really demoralizing.

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