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 11 
 on: March 06, 2019, 07:25 PM NHFT 
Started by Free libertarian - Last post by Russell Kanning
I was thinking .... that the best service would be one where we said "Bob decided not to come down today" :) You can reach him by email

 12 
 on: March 06, 2019, 07:24 PM NHFT 
Started by Russell Kanning - Last post by Russell Kanning
and I always like the hour and silver combo

 13 
 on: March 06, 2019, 07:23 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Russell Kanning
cool

 14 
 on: March 06, 2019, 07:02 PM NHFT 
Started by jaqeboy - Last post by Tom Sawyer
I have not read any of his books. Although I have looked into quite a few of the folks that promote various conspiracy theories. First off they are making money selling stories that people want to believe. It is more comforting to believe that there is some sort of nefarious plan behind the scenes then to find out that it is usually much more chaotic and random than that. Sure there are motivations that end up taking things in a direction, but I don't believe that some group of overlords are running it all.

When I first started learning about libertarian ideas I was told about the book 'None Dare Call it Conspiracy". Kernels of truth... Just like the sovereign citizens stuff.

From the Wikipedia article...
Quote
Jesse Walker, the books editor for Reason magazine, says the book has grains of truth but "reduces things too much to a certain narrative, where the mustache-twirlers are behind everything."


Thank you for your reply sir.

I tend to agree that there's probably no secret Lizard people hierarchy controlling everything.  I see it more as a lot of independent and sometimes interest aligned criminals using similar tactics to do what they can for themselves.  Government and government schools do grease the wheels though and help to define and confine the narrative.


Although, I have sometimes twirled my mustache.  I gotta stop that....lest I'm outed.

We know you to be spawn of that long lineage of Schergenbergers!



 15 
 on: March 06, 2019, 06:58 PM NHFT 
Started by jaqeboy - Last post by Tom Sawyer
[murphl burfl furful]

Save your coded messages for your owl worshipping, fat cat buddies at Bohemian Grove mister!

 16 
 on: March 06, 2019, 06:20 PM NHFT 
Started by jaqeboy - Last post by Jim Johnson
[murphl burfl furful]

 17 
 on: March 06, 2019, 04:04 PM NHFT 
Started by jaqeboy - Last post by Free libertarian
I have not read any of his books. Although I have looked into quite a few of the folks that promote various conspiracy theories. First off they are making money selling stories that people want to believe. It is more comforting to believe that there is some sort of nefarious plan behind the scenes then to find out that it is usually much more chaotic and random than that. Sure there are motivations that end up taking things in a direction, but I don't believe that some group of overlords are running it all.

When I first started learning about libertarian ideas I was told about the book 'None Dare Call it Conspiracy". Kernels of truth... Just like the sovereign citizens stuff.

From the Wikipedia article...
Quote
Jesse Walker, the books editor for Reason magazine, says the book has grains of truth but "reduces things too much to a certain narrative, where the mustache-twirlers are behind everything."


Thank you for your reply sir.

I tend to agree that there's probably no secret Lizard people hierarchy controlling everything.  I see it more as a lot of independent and sometimes interest aligned criminals using similar tactics to do what they can for themselves.  Government and government schools do grease the wheels though and help to define and confine the narrative.


Although, I have sometimes twirled my mustache.  I gotta stop that....lest I'm outed. 

 18 
 on: March 06, 2019, 03:23 PM NHFT 
Started by Dave Ridley - Last post by Dave Ridley
If you're tired of people acting on you politically, instead of acting yourself, https://nhliberty.org/bill-hearings/ usually has a schedule of the upcoming liberty related hearings at the state house in Concord where you can testify.  Most anyone in-state can go do it; this isn't rocket science. There is also some explanation of the bills in question.  Only during legislative season I assume.

 19 
 on: March 06, 2019, 09:07 AM NHFT 
Started by jaqeboy - Last post by Tom Sawyer
I have not read any of his books. Although I have looked into quite a few of the folks that promote various conspiracy theories. First off they are making money selling stories that people want to believe. It is more comforting to believe that there is some sort of nefarious plan behind the scenes then to find out that it is usually much more chaotic and random than that. Sure there are motivations that end up taking things in a direction, but I don't believe that some group of overlords are running it all.

When I first started learning about libertarian ideas I was told about the book 'None Dare Call it Conspiracy". Kernels of truth... Just like the sovereign citizens stuff.

From the Wikipedia article...
Quote
Jesse Walker, the books editor for Reason magazine, says the book has grains of truth but "reduces things too much to a certain narrative, where the mustache-twirlers are behind everything."

 20 
 on: March 06, 2019, 08:40 AM NHFT 
Started by jaqeboy - Last post by Free libertarian
G. Edward Griffin
From Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._Edward_Griffin

Quote
"Chemtrails - Conspiracy Theory?". Australian Science. December 28, 2012. Retrieved 2015-03-11. The filmmakers bring in advocate and conspiracist G. Edward Griffin to join this chemtrail crusade. He talks about how chemtrails don't dissipate; that a permanent grid hangs over cities like Los Angeles."


I'm not much of a rabbit hole guy, since I don't need more "evidence" that the top down plantation system isn't for me.   I speed read the Creature  from Jekyll Island on a long cross continent flight years ago and it was thought provoking.   I'm curious, what are your thoughts on that book ?

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