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The Agrarian

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The Agrarian

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Can someone explain to his Brit, what is going on in New York. I've seen video after video of people shoplifting in designer shops and pharmacies right in front of staff and security guards and no one is doing a thing. I'm confused.
In big cities run by left-wing politicians it is practically impossible to enforce law and order. What was labelled "criminal justice reform" was really just an excuse to let crime run rampant. The cops hands are basically tied (this wouldn't fly in America's heartland btw).

Tl;dr.... The courts in these cities won't prosecute any robbery unless a celebrity gets carjacked.
 






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In big cities run by left-wing politicians it is practically impossible to enforce law and order. What was labelled "criminal justice reform" was really just an excuse to let crime run rampant. The cops hands are basically tied (this wouldn't fly in America's heartland btw).

Tl;dr.... The courts in these cities won't prosecute any robbery unless a celebrity gets carjacked.
Being fair, thats pretty much a San Fran phenomenon...
 






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I'm just gonna throw this out there in case anybody was letting their gaurd down over the holidays.

They want panic-buying all over again.
The shortages are planned.
Get. Out. Of. The. City.

Everything is planned and deliberate. They know people will quit their jobs over the va((ine mandate which will cause an economic collapse, all by design. Stock up on food and essentials. It’s going to get really really ugly
 






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From an outsiders perspective on America, this both sums up America (as well as Europe and many other parts of the 'western' world):

French Revolution and Protestantism (proto-Progressivist elements) > Industrial revolution and Capitalism > Marxism > Other forms of Communism > Fascism (both Mussolini and Hitler's National Socialism) > Modern Liberal-Progressivism as 'state religion' of western "Democracy"

The current Liberal-Progressivism completes the dialectical cycle started at the French revolution (in the social sense) and the industrial revolution in the economic sense.

The outcome of all of it is obviously AI and Transhumanism, on whatever possible level - granted that the system doesn't collapse via much needed global catastrophe (like a Noah's Flood scenario).
Liberalism basically serves to turn the human being into raw data isolated from history (liberalism is very anti-history by it's fundamental nature) an island by itself cut off from all other isolated islands floating in an infinite ocean of nothing.
 






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From an outsiders perspective on America, this both sums up America (as well as Europe and many other parts of the 'western' world):

French Revolution and Protestantism (proto-Progressivist elements) > Industrial revolution and Capitalism > Marxism > Other forms of Communism > Fascism (both Mussolini and Hitler's National Socialism) > Modern Liberal-Progressivism as 'state religion' of western "Democracy"

The current Liberal-Progressivism completes the dialectical cycle started at the French revolution (in the social sense) and the industrial revolution in the economic sense.

The outcome of all of it is obviously AI and Transhumanism, on whatever possible level - granted that the system doesn't collapse via much needed global catastrophe (like a Noah's Flood scenario).
Liberalism basically serves to turn the human being into raw data isolated from history (liberalism is very anti-history by it's fundamental nature) an island by itself cut off from all other isolated islands floating in an infinite ocean of nothing.
You make solid points, but why stop at "The current Liberal-Progressivism" when the faux-conservative phenomenon plays right along into this as well?
 






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You make solid points, but why stop at "The current Liberal-Progressivism" when the faux-conservative phenomenon plays right along into this as well?
Sure but faux-conservativism and far right (or even right in general) is not the system itself, it has no power to alter the system whatsoever, it's more a puppet show and a boogiemen to scare people (who whether they identify as left or right, basically hold the Liberal-Progressive ideology as reality itself) into adhering to the aforementioned Liberal-Progressive system.

This video sums up some essential elements of the way post-19th century politics (western but in reality it dominates the east too through foreign occupation) actually works:

 






TempestOfTempo

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Sure but faux-conservativism and far right (or even right in general) is not the system itself, it has no power to alter the system whatsoever, it's more a puppet show and a boogiemen to scare people (who whether they identify as left or right, basically hold the Liberal-Progressive ideology as reality itself) into adhering to the aforementioned Liberal-Progressive system.

This video sums up some essential elements of the way post-19th century politics (western but in reality it dominates the east too through foreign occupation) actually works:

Not the system? They are two sides of the same corrupt coin which comprise the system.
 






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I see what Yarvin is getting at. In liberal democracies the conservatives or outer party are nothing more than controlled opposition. They're actually utilized to generate action for the inner party/progressives (Trump derangement syndrome in the US). As a part monarchist Yarvin highlights the fact that conservatism as we know it is fully in accord with the "cathedral", i.e. structure of power. In this case a true conservative would be a monarchist or advocating a theocracy (the unity of Church and state).
 






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