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  • I’ve been living out in the pines for ten months. Everything is going according to plan, the installs, upgrades, and maintenance. One thing I miss about my tract home and suburbia hellscape is other people’s garbage. I’m talking about the physical refuse that subsistence apartment structures provide. DUMPSTER DIVING.

    The unlimited supply of other people’s stuff. Containers, buckets, computers, laptops, graphic cards, memory, furniture, rugs, lumber, crates, and craft material of all kinds. I was accustomed to making daily walks to several of the dumpsters in my area and was always surprised, shocked, and amused at the people’s trash.

    Every day a free shopping day, a treasure trove of trash from the subsistence apartment structures. Thank you for all of your garbage, may your apocalypse be great.

    • FINANCES: SYNAGOGUE of SATAN
      COLLAPSE FORTHCOMING
      CONTROLLED DEMOLITION
      DUMPSTER DIVING

      LOCKDOWNS and CHAOS

  • zadec posted a new activity comment 4 days, 1 hour ago

    Give your people the power.

  • zadec posted an update 4 days, 8 hours ago

    TEN HORNS ONE MIND.
    EVERYTHING ACCORDING TO SCRIPT.

  • zadec posted an update 5 days, 8 hours ago

    Speaking of Synagogue of Satan.
    I give you THE CIA.
    The Highest level demonic force for WORLD CENTRAL BANK.

    THEY WILL KILL ALL OF US BEFORE THEY ALLOW THEIR “BANK” TO FAIL.
    GOD BLESS ALL OF US.
    GET READY.

  • Uninspired write-up on Crazy Horse, with many references to “the whites, the whites, the whites.”

    The whites did this, the whites did that, the whites gave the natives smallpox, the whites killed the buffalo.

    The word spell of the whites. Here’s the deal. Not once does McMurtry call the natives RED, what gives? It’s because McMurtry is part of the Endowment cult of word spells. Redefining terms for the fallen people.

    I am a white man. Yet my skin is red and splotchy, a ruddy color at best. If I were to wear a white shirt, my splotchy ruddiness would be highlighted, it would not match the whiteness of the shirt. I look great in a white shirt, I’m not hating my white skin, I’m tired of color descriptors that do not exist in reality.

    Popular culture reference follows: It brings to mind the STNG episode, when Captain Piccard is captured and told to proclaim there are five lights when there are only four. Psychological torture by the Endowment enriched Chaos cult- The synagogue of Satan.

    These people use the term white over and over, they never use the term red or brown or even so-called black in this book. Just white. This is a give away. The whites have got to go.

    I’m reading an excellent account of Captain Cook’s navigation of the Southern Oceans. The author never uses a term of color to identify the natives, and never uses the term “white” to identify the Limey English, instead he uses the much more acceptable phrase, “our people”. The book was written in 1788.

    “Our people shot the natives with musket ball when approaching the ship.”

    Facts people. Your word spells have got to go.

    Was General Custer Irish, English, Spanish, European? I can tell you right now, HE CERTAINLY WASN’T WHITE. Probably RED RED RED.

    Finally, the book does have a great bibliography. I’m afraid to explore the topic any further, as I know most of the material was created by the Synagogue of Satan to fool the morons. FAKE HISTORY.

    Crazy Horse: A Life (Penguin Lives) by Larry McMurtry

    Book last read: 2022-09-28 03:33:37
    Percentage read: 100%

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    Highlight: one of the great Resisters, men who do not compromise, do not negotiate, do not administer, who exist in a realm beyond the give-and-take of conventional politics and who stumble and are defeated only when hard circumstances force them to live in that realm.

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    Highlight: George Hyde felt the frustrations all historians feel when they find a legend blocking their route to what had once only been a man.
    Notes: Fake history.

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    Highlight: tribes of bands, each governed, for the most part, not by one leader but by councils composed of tribal elders, men of skill, experience, and wisdom.

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    Highlight: Francis Parkman
    Notes: The Oregon Trail

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    Highlight: it may be thought that tribal life could have gone on with little change.
    Notes: Invasion.

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    Highlight: They brought many things that the Indians could use, but they also brought something that no tribe wanted: smallpox.

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    Highlight: Lord Raglan, the sharp-spoken English anthropologist and myth theorist, has commented acutely on the fragility of hunting cultures in a book called How Came Civilization?

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    Highlight: The Sioux were highly individualistic people; though they often acted in concert on hunts and raids, at other times each man simply went his own way.

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    Highlight: That the whites were willing, almost casually, to destroy a whole village was a new fact that the Sioux would have to come to terms with.
    Notes: Whites is a word spell.

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    Highlight: The whites were too many, and they weren’t satisfied with the Holy Road. They weren’t satisfied with any one place or one road; they wanted everything. So he fought: on the Bozeman, on the Powder River, on the Yellowstone, in the Black Hills, on the Tongue and the Rosebud, at the Little Bighorn.
    Notes: Crazy horse.

    Chapter 5: 6
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    Highlight: It may have been about this time that a Cheyenne medicine man convinced the young warriors that he had a medicine so strong that it would turn away bullets, a belief that has surfaced frequently among native peoples.

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    Highlight: The gold was in Montana, the money to mine it was in the east, and in between were some very angry Indians who by this time had had enough of being pushed around by the whites.

    Chapter 7: 8
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    Highlight: The buffalo lasted barely ten years after

    Chapter 9: 10
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    Highlight: Black Elk said Crazy Horse never owned a good mount; no horse would carry him far, one theory being that the little stone pendant the medicine man Chips made for him was so heavy with magic that it broke the horses down.

    Chapter 9: 10
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    Highlight: Who was supposed to have policed an area that vast, anyway?
    Notes: The FEDs.

    Chapter 9: 10
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    Highlight: There no longer seemed to be enough money; specifically, not enough gold. The conservatives were happy to have the country on a gold standard, as long as there was enough gold

    Chapter 9: 10
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    Highlight: Paper money had not yet fully caught on.

    Notes: Fake money.

    Chapter 11: 12
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    Highlight: Battles are messy things. Military historians have often to resort to such locutions as “it would at this juncture probably be safe to assume.
    Notes: Fake history.

    Chapter 13: 14
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    Highlight: he has even been the subject of one of the best books written about the west, Evan S. Connell Jr.’s Son of the Morning Star.
    Notes: Custer

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    Highlight: The Cheyennes who got away struggled north in weather so terrible that eleven babies froze in one night; when the survivors finally reached Crazy Horse, he took them in and provided for them as best he could.

    Chapter 17: 18
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    Highlight: Instead of fighting, the hostile would soon settle down and become part of the process of democratic life.
    Notes: Prophecy fulfilled.

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    Highlight: Among a broken people an unbroken man can only rarely be tolerated—he becomes a too-painful reminder of what the people as a whole had once been.

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    Highlight: To broken, despairing, poverty-stricken people the Apocalypse has always sounded good.
    Notes: Amen.

    Chapter 18: 19
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    Highlight: This man who had once had the whole of the Great Plains as his home suddenly had no place to be.

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    Highlight: Perhaps Crazy Horse knew, as Malcolm X did toward the end, that very soon his own people were going to have his blood.
    Notes: CIA people of Malcom X

    Chapter 19: 20
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    Highlight: Whites were the only ones, he said, who made rules for other people. Camp where you please.

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    Highlight: But the government would not let me alone.

    Chapter 20: SOURCES
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    Highlight: Ta-Shunka-Witco, or Crazy Horse, a man of charity and a living weapon, who, in his way and in his day, had been a kind of eagle

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