What a Little Bitch Charlie Really Is
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I finally see how true it is that Charlie is a little, petty, weak, and paranoid bitch. Really a bitch! Truly. Obviously no one likes him in his real life. He's evidently pair-bonded with bill o'reily. If you give Charlie a picture of Trump and a picture of Jesus, Charlie will be unable to tell them apart. Why? Because he's on Trump's dick, because he's a weak, mousy, sorry excuse for a man, as i understand the term. He's unable to assert himself in real life; no one cares about his vapid political ramblings. So, doijg nothing effective, and thinking or saying nothing interesting, he places his faith in jesus and trump. He seeks vicarious victories. If he was in prison with ttump, he'd be doing hislaundry, and other such things according to men, or should i say boys, of his lowly stature. Thus can be summarized Charlie, moderator of ray peat forum. Soon, there will be none of ray's ideas at all, it will become solely a board for idealabs, and other practitioners plying their trade. Others said it, I was note sure, I thought perhaps I was the exception, being more concerned with ray's work than vindiction- i shouldve known when blossom was banned/left. But i say today that i was wrong: charlie sucks; i feel sorry for his family, and he's a mousy, little, laughingstock of a man.

Also, that cunt Tara. Unlike the first two, giraffe occasionally has something interesting or useful to say.

   


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#2
Blossom is another piece of shit. Glad she left.
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(06-01-2017, 02:21 PM)RayPeatFan Wrote: Blossom is another piece of shit. Glad she left.

What did Blossom do?
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Oh, i forgot to say, i was banned because i made effective arguments against the fox news/libertarian / trump bullshit. Specifically to KyleM, who it too d3nse to be persuaded by reason. I was doing him a favor, pointing out that he wants people to be impressed with him, with his home library, vs his fidelity to truth. That , and my effective arguments, deserves a ban. Charlie watches judge janine or whatever stupid bimbo on fox news, and though the words are censored, even censored swear words aren't acceptable to charlie's delicate fucming morality. But he has no problem bombing all these muslim civilians, im sure.
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I am surprised the thread you are referring to was allowed to run for as long as it did without many bans. I am sad that you put libertarian with fox news and trump though (and more broadly that right-wingers have transformed libertarianism into something bad).
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(06-02-2017, 03:34 AM)nikotrope Wrote: I am surprised the thread you are referring to was allowed to run for as long as it did without many bans. I am sad that you put libertarian with fox news and trump though (and more broadly that right-wingers have transformed libertarianism into something bad).

I'm surprised as well and clearly libertarianism is being advertised on fox news. For example, kylem asserted that "austrian economics" wasnt being pushed onto the masses. I readily found a fox news segment that demonstrated this was wrong. I used to be libertarian, back when i believed in the lies of history we were told, compulsed to memorize by the public fool system. The constitution andbthe revolutionary war were scams by lawyers. People that want to return to the constitution want to return to something that never existed. See Barron v Baltimore, McCulloch v madison, &c. From the start we had no rights. I hate any political ideology, but argue the most vociferously against libertarianism because it's the most tempting, and currently the most dangerous.
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I am not American so I haven't been subjected to fox news and right-wingers. I am French and I have been subjected to socialism. Nobody here is advocating libertarianism, the answer is always more government.

I still consider myself libertarian, but I also know that people in power have a tendency to be malignant narcissists, therefore they cannot do any good for lesser people whatever ideology they believe in.
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(06-02-2017, 05:35 AM)nikotrope Wrote: I am not American so I haven't been subjected to fox news and right-wingers. I am French and I have been subjected to socialism. Nobody here is advocating libertarianism, the answer is always more government.

I still consider myself libertarian, but I also know that people in power have a tendency to be malignant narcissists, therefore they cannot do any good for lesser people whatever ideology they believe in.

Exactly. And we're told it's human nature to have rulers, survival of the fittest and all that. It's important to remember that a certain group rules over us, families if you will. Then it's a specific entity and we can live our lives more effectively against it. Seeing the current human predicament as something woven into our genes is what gives rise to ideology, but it is a squandering of resources. France will become quite libertarian soon enough, they will become angry at the government for it's liberalism. While people like you might have a different understanding of libertarianism, it will he the nazi-aseociated John Birch society, ron-paul/russia-today, judge napolitano style of libertarianism that becomes mainstream. If a simple belief that we should be free could make us free, we wouldn't be now slaves. The fundamental error of libertarianism is the belief that slaves choose their government. I guess if you understand the system, and learn how to work it, perhaps ik that kind of libertarian. But there's always going to be a system.
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#9
If you try to create a forum you should do your best to make it grow rather than always refer to a forum you now hate. Also insulting someone in this manner publicly is pretty pathetic imo.
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(06-02-2017, 07:29 AM)Wagner83 Wrote: If you try to create a forum you should do your best to make it grow rather than always refer to a forum you now hate. Also insulting someone in this manner publicly is pretty pathetic imo.

It is what it is.
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