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Archive: TWFTT 2-11-22
9 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches – February 11, 2022”
Windy enough to make a chicken lay the same egg twice
Broadcast coming in choppy. Anyone else experiencing this?
Henry sounds great, the caller sounds a bit muffled.
Thanks, Misty. It’s gotten better.
“There’s a difference between asking and taking.”
Disguised as immigrants and refugees, the invaders are “the foot-soldiers of the enemy,” no matter how poor. Words in quotations not my words :). And most of those foot-soldiers are not that poor, since they’re very well-dressed and well-provided for.
It’s impossible to take the guns of every American in a common law court. What are the chances every time that the 12 picked would agree 300 million times to take someone’s guns. After the first few guys fighting to keep his guns. I don’t think people would keep trying it. Plus every American continuously born would have to keep being brought into a court. Impossible.
“the term “capitalism”—originating from the Latin word “capitalis,” which means “head of cattle”—was first used by French socialist Louis Blanc in 1850, to signify a system of exclusive ownership of industrial means of production by private individuals rather than shared ownership.”
Apparently this socialist, whilst not necessarily particular to the Utopia plan, figured that socialist policies could be implemented through existing government as opposed to a violent overthrow.
You know, like FDR’s “New Deal”.