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Well, sir, I believe you wrapped up our funny little world quite succinctly with this missive. I, for one, found it very well done. I merely hope that those folks in Upstate New York have the courage to do the only avenue left to them, mass noncompliance. In fact, in my opinion, mass noncompliance seems to be our only affective recourse left to us in many circumstances. Keep writing.

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The social contract and bundle of rights! "The public be damned! I'll have no part of it!" - Hank Reardon Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand.

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If anyone falls for this again they need a mask that says, "I'm a dip sheep".

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I'm not so sure people are going to fall for the same thing again. This whole article overlooks the constant small wins being made by freedom loving Americans. If it weren't so, we would still be in lockdowns. As usual, the devil has overplayed his withered hand.

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Dec 19, 2023·edited Dec 19, 2023

Got it, everyone in the world is stupider than you. What a waist of time it is listening to you complain. I won't do it again.

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One of my favourite memes is from my great friend on Twitter, Skip the Free Rifleman. He may now be "not the free rifleman" or some other such Twitter profile because reasons. The meme shows the face of Lysander Spooner and the text says "What if I didn't sign sh##" which I have modified in typing. Because reasons.

There is no social contract and to speak of it is a lie. It is a lie that Jean-Jacques Rousseau was paid to tell by his freemason paymasters when he first began writing "The Social Contract." It is a foul lie the stench of which Voltaire detected and wrote about. It led to many of the worst abuses and usurpations of the Jacobins of the French Revolution, including many deaths.

The freemasons didn't exactly like how all that turned out, since quite a few of their homes were destroyed in the Napoleonic wars. So they hired their brother freemason Karl Marx to write much worse tracts, jeremiads, and screeds.

"When bad men combine, the good must associate else they will fall one by one an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle." ~ Edmund Burke - a fellow who also had ... issues.

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