As much as I despise Podesta and think he's a criminal, putting your kid up to this is just creepy.
fuck any parent that uses their kids to promote political messages. not ok.
Twist, that kid is a pizzagate researcher.
But in all honesty, yeah the parents are stupid and irresponsible for using their kid in this way, and this is coming from someone that believes in it.
I don't like this. Stop instrumentalizing kids even for something you think is right. Keep the kids out of this
This is exactly why they are stalling legalization/unscheduling it. They pharama industry can't make money off a natural plant, But using it to make something else can be big $$'s. Don't let people use the natural thing but here is this thing we made in a lab much better for us profit wise is this legal.... yep you bet wheres my money ?
Fuck that shit, Wouldn't trust it.
Isn't synthetic the stuff that actually causes problems?
I've smoked synth weed and it's fucking horrible, nothing but a bizarre and over powering sense of paranoia mixed with an almost crack like high
well thats subtle.
EDIT: I have been permanently demoted to lurker for disrespecting the mod team. :(
Y'all act like ya never seen the backside of a one dollar bill... it's not like it's supposed to be secret.
A lot of people 'over worry' this type of use of symbolism, but they are important.
The Compass essentially is just saying Reason over Mysticism, Science over Faith.
The Eye of Providence can either mean 'forms of individual enlightenment', which generally means the realization that Society is so vast and everlasting all we hope to do is create a ripple that rolls through time, or that alternative 'enlightenment' which is that there is an 'invisible hand' which oversees all functions of man, driving it upward (sum greater than parts, etc).
The 'Illuminati' are completely different, if their website is to be believed, etc.
The basic difference between a Mason (let's say) vs Skull Bones or Illuminati, is that while both realize Knowledge is the strongest power a man can possess, the Mason's believe it is strongest when collectively shared (IE, the advancement of Knowledge is the advancement of all), where as the others believe it's more relative (IE, the dumber the masses, the more powerful the individual by comparison).
And while everyone is distracted by Trump and terror attacks, the government keeps on doing what they do best: fucking over the American people.
Well some of us do already, but there's too many monkeys that say "Well I have nothing to hide so I don't care."
Not really the government, if you mean to indict them all for this...
This were literally only Republicans voting for this idiocy, which not only overturns the rule but prevents the FCC from re-enacting the rule!
And brave hero of the masses Donald Trump is going to sign it.
On the other side...Democrats actually CREATED the rule protecting privacy:
The US Senate today voted to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would have required ISPs to get consumers' explicit consent before selling or sharing Web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other companies.
The rules were approved in October 2016 by the Federal Communications Commission's then-Democratic leadership, but are opposed by the FCC's new Republican majority and Republicans in Congress. The Senate today used its power under the Congressional Review Act to ensure that the FCC rulemaking "shall have no force or effect" and to prevent the FCC from issuing similar regulations in the future.
So, in that case, with that part of the "government", they were actually protecting the American people in a way equal to how the Republicans are now screwing them over.
Our privacy continues to erode day by day. When will people say "enough is enough"?
You can be a King or a streetsweeper. But everyone dances with the grim reaper.
/sub/conspiracy had nothing to do with this
If you're not worried about the CIA and how they operate. The power they have. This case alone should change all that and this is not the only one. This isn't "looney", this is happening and people with the platform need to speak up.
Did you know that before 1973 it was illegal in the US to profit off of health care. The Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973 passed by Nixon changed everything.
Every time I have stated this fact in any healthcare posts the thread goes silent. I have yet to have even a single person respond to my posts. This has been going on for months now.
Here is a link to an interesting article on the Act for the lazy.
And to be clear, it wasn't illegal for the insurance companies to make money, it was illegal for them to make unlimited money - they were non-profit organizations which meant they were limited to (I believe) 12% profits.
Which meant they were obliged to reinvest any money they made above 12% profit margins into things like patient care.
I was reading the title thinking this was gonna be an AMA, what a fucking curveball.
Wouldn't it be nice if all bills were as simple and straightforward as this? No hidden power moves, no trying to screw over the average citizen, just a common sense order that will only end up benefiting the people.
But somehow it will be shot down, I guess we're just not intelligent enough to see why arming and creating terror groups is actually a good thing.