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People of Voat, how many of you have swung a 180 and gone from being super liberal to being a conservative? What precipitated this change? submitted by jerrykantrell to AskVoat

7ooo7 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago

The big change for me was watching how Obama put the finishing touches on W. Bush's total destruction of civil liberties after promising the very opposite, along with learning about the federal reserve and how its criminal machinations have damned us all to a life of servitude.

I came to realize that politicians will tell you anything to convince you that more government is the solution to what ails society, but I could see how the blurred lines between our fiscal, social, and political policies within the government was the very source of the problems these technocrats kept promising to solve via more government intervention. Mike Maloney's "hidden secrets of money" series was instrumental in fostering a better understanding of the corrupt financial underpinnings to the monster we call government. The other stuff just sort of fell into place.

Also, once I realized how LBJs Great Society (and the welfare state in general) was actually intended and designed to repress people under the guise of empowering them, and then seeing how endless money printing bankrolled bread and circuses for the dumb masses and profitable wars for the globalists, I realized the biggest problem we face is government, political demagogues, and centralized planning (the calling cards of neo liberalism/neo conservatism).

I still consider myself a liberal, but in the traditional sense of the word (i.e., classical liberalism). In today's discourse in US politics, that aligns me most closely with libertarianism, I suppose.

What people refer to today as "liberal", I think of as technocratic. What they often brand conservatism, I call authoritarianism. Both terms are so divorced from their original meanings, most of the time I have to use the context of what people are saying to figure out what ideology they really support. The way most people think of the two terms, you can almost always interchange technocracy with authoritarianism. Two sides of the same repressive coin.

Elijah Wood claims Jimmy Savile-style paedophile ring is operating in Hollywood submitted by waitingforamate to pizzagate

7ooo7 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago

Corey Feldman has repeatedly said that the same thing happened to him and Corey Haim:

"Ask anybody in our group of kids at that time: They were passing us back and forth to each other"

BREAKING: Reddit admins are talking about how to ban /r/The_Donald entire subreddit!!!!! submitted by srayzie to pizzagate

7ooo7 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

The reason these screenshots pass the smell test, at least for me, is because the different participants speak to each other in very different ways and refer to very personal quirks and details about each other (plus, the conversation is all over the place). It is way too organic to be faked. Even if several determined individuals were trying to fabricate something like this, it would come across as stilted and scripted.

There is just something about the way they are speaking back and forth and over each other that rings true. You see this in any discussion thread with a limited number of participants who know each other well (or at least are part of the same cohort).

Also, it is extremely difficult to simulate all the different variety in writing styles and sense of humor exhibited by the various participants.

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1,400 users here, less than 300 subs... submitted by nomorepizza to pizzagate

7ooo7 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Embarrassing to admit, but it took me a second to figure out how to sub.

I admit I am less savvy than most, only participated in a few boring subreddits (and only learned about what happened to pg from The_Donald).

Not sure I will have much to contribute here or elsewhere, but wish everybody good luck in uncovering the truth.

During my college years I lived in Europe when a pedo scandal rocked the upper tiers of many European governments. After I saw the people connecting the dots between Epstein and Bill Clinton, along with podesta and other elites, it became obvious to me that the same filth from back then permeates all of the global power structure and must be stopped.

Thanks to all who are investigating this and the people behind this forum who make it possible for people to dig deep and unearth whatever dirt the elites want to hide from the people.


7ooo7 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

The normies are beyond saving if words like faggot are all it takes to scare them away.

Stop being such a bed-wetting cuckold connoisseur and MTFU.

Having to walk around on eggshells and worry about what retarded sjw types think about the language people use is everything that is wrong with Reddit and Twitter.

Also, shove that heart up your clogged up pooper, bitch boy.

I'm not happy about this submitted by crazy_eyes to whatever

7ooo7 4 points 0 points (+4|-4) ago

Wait, you're crying about all of us newfags contaminating your precious voat like someone pissed in your Cheerios....?

I think it's clear who the real bitch here is: OP