Author: CurtD59

  • The Audience Gets What They Need – That’s Why

    Feb 3, 2020, 1:07 PM The reason to ‘waste time’ on idiots is that I copy these conversations and repost them, and it educates others on how to argue with idiots. Some people are convinced that it’s possible to come to a compromise when that is not the left’s objective. It is to destroy the […]

  • The Conservative Want of Control vs Progressive Want of A Herd

    Feb 3, 2020, 1:11 PM You are conservatives. You want to be in control. I understand. But there is only one kind of control you can have that is meaningful rather than purely psychological. And that is to be fit, armed, with food stored for your family, and ready to show up when and if […]

  • Just ‘Cause – Truth : Egyptian Origins

    Feb 3, 2020, 1:13 PM by Göran Dahl There’ve been studies alleging that Ramses II Y-haplogroup is E1b1a, which is a typical Middle Eastern paternal marker. His autosomal DNA hasn’t been sequenced, meaning that we can’t compare to him to any ethnicity. As for his hair colour, Wikipedia says it was ginger in his youth […]

  • Democracy Does Not Produce Accountability

    Feb 3, 2020, 1:36 PM Democratic representatives are not accountable in any measurable way other than to throw out the entire party via cyclical dissatisfied with status quo. P-Law constrains them to truthful reciprocal constitutional speech, requires stated terms, subjects them to legal prosecution. So that they are accountable for their party actions; for the […]

  • Update on Origins

    Feb 3, 2020, 1:44 PM by Goran Dahl The R1b chronologically: Bell Beakers > Single Grave Culture > Corded Ware Culture > Yamnaya (unlikely now) / Sredny Stog 2 > Eastern Hunter-Gatherers > Ancient North Eurasians —“Great. Thank you. So the gene flow for Rib is out of Corded ware. But does that change the […]

  • No, The Constitution Didn’t Survive the Civil War

    Feb 3, 2020, 2:05 PM The constitution didn’t survive the civil war. That’s the whole point. If it had, we’d still be a collection of european states like old europe, like it was intended, and people could move to states that had the values that they preferred, while the entire continent could be protected by […]

  • We Aren’t Seeking Converts

    Feb 3, 2020, 2:09 PM by Luke Weinhagen We are looking for those that recognize our solution, and have any desire at all to address the issues while we have any say in what the solutions look like. We are not recruiting. Recruiting and converting gives the impression we need you. We don’t. You need […]

  • Name Calling Doolittle Number 9999999999….

    Feb 3, 2020, 3:33 PM —“I don’t know how many things you’ve been accused of being, but here’s one you might find interesting.?”— A Friend   (re: doolittle) ….—“He’s a wannabe Nassim Taleb. He’s trying to re invent stoicism.”–Sabo Vojvodic LOL…. That’s pretty much missing the ballpark.. by a few continents… I did work on […]

  • Powers of The British Monarchy

    Feb 3, 2020, 4:15 PM (as of 2003) (via a friend) Summary. If the queen has the loyalty of the armed forces she can do anything she wishes. The only practical means of her action is in crisis, if the government fails. The Monarch is Sovereign People are her subjects (family, wards) Above the law […]


    Feb 3, 2020, 4:17 PM GSRRM = Under Natural Law is Witness Intimidation Threatening me with social penalty if I speak the truth (witness) is witness intimidation. We need shorthand for every concept. And those shorthands need to be directly tied to centuries held western male beliefs. —Greg Hamilton

  • Yes P Is a Universalist Program

    Feb 3, 2020, 8:13 PM Yes P is a universalist program. It says that all people can transcend ignorance, superstition, fraud, baiting into hazard, rent seeking, organized crime, corruption, tyranny, hard labor, poverty, disease, suffering, conversion, immigration, conquest if they adopt P-rule of law with universal standing in the commons, state-private capital investment, state consumer […]

  • Thomas Jefferson recommended an uprising evert twenty years

    Feb 3, 2020, 8:17 PM by Skye Steward and Thomas Jefferson Imperialists hate secession. Thomas Jefferson recommended an uprising evert twenty years ?: —“What country before ever existed a century and a half without a rebellion? What country can preserve it’s liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people […]

  • The Tendency for People to Genetically Associate  

  • Satellites

    Feb 3, 2020, 8:58 PM 12182 pieces of orbital debris. 2161 spent rocket stages in orbit, 4790 satellites, 25 objects in orbit not yet assigned, Less than 2000 satellite are alive 261 are Communications 178 are Military 98 are GPS This is not a subject I have knowlege of. I don’t know the rest, and […]

  • Should a Monarch Be Above the Law?

    Feb 3, 2020, 9:00 PM Yes. Otherwise they are the victims of politicians. There is one way to remove a monarch. It requires revolution. There is one way to remove a parliament. it requires voting. There is oneway to remove those who would violate our constitution – the court of the commons. There is one […]

  • The Question Whether One Generation of Men Has a Right to Bind Another

    Feb 3, 2020, 9:10 PM (taken from a letter by Thomas Jefferson to James Madison) “I sit down to write to you without knowing by what occasion I shall send my letter. I do it because a subject comes into my head which I would wish to develope a little more than is practicable in […]

  • Q: “How Is P-Law Different from Any Other?”

    (important) (core) —“How is P law different than any other law? We have laws now that some people follow and some don’t Any and every law creates division because once laws are made someone has to enforce them. And as long as there are humans involved there will be corruption you cant stop that. There […]

  • The Origin of Moral Foundations

    by Bill Joslin The first question of ethics and politics is: “Why shouldn’t I kill you and take your stuff?” The answer to which gives birth to moral foundations. Of course, “Because I’m too costly to kill when weighed against the benefit of my stuff” represents one of the answers. The other answer being this: […]

  • The 20th Experiment in Cosmopolitanism Failed

    Feb 3, 2020, 10:02 PM The constitution failed when men failed: they denied southerners sovereignty – the premise upon which the constitution is founded. And it failed for no other reason than to prevent the agrarian south from control of the continent isolating the puritan industrial north from control over western expansion. The only reason […]

  • The Sovereign Is Above Earthly Powers Under Law, Not Above Natural Law

    Feb 3, 2020, 10:07 PM by Scott De Warren A sovereign is above the law in the sense that there is no earthly legal power above him in his kingdom. He is not above natural law, however, in the sense that his sovereignty is not inalienable. For example if he seeks to destroy his kingdom […]

  • The Monarchy Under the One Law

    Feb 3, 2020, 10:08 PM by Bill Joslin Under One Law, where by no group or individual obtains the power to write law, the king can be under law without the risk of molestation by politicians. I’d say, evidenced by Charle’s decapitated body, this One Law is already enforced by nature whether we agree, understand, […]

  • Why I Was Right About Richmond Reforming the Failure of C’ville – Win the War Not the Battle

    Feb 4, 2020, 9:21 AM by Tim Kirby via The Strategic Culture Foundation (“On Counter Color Revolutions”) There have been many protests all over the world on a large scale since the beginning of the 24 hour news cycle/prevalence of the Internet and it has become obvious that some quickly gain favored status from the […]

  • They Just Want to Consume

    Feb 4, 2020, 9:46 AM —“I think you nailed it a few years ago. We’re primarily focused on improvement and transcendence while they don’t even want to participate just seize, re-distribute, and spend down capital and wealth.”—James Santagata

  • Changing the Jesus Narrative to Fit Original Intent

    Feb 4, 2020, 12:21 PM To change the narrative requires only that we say Jesus – as some have hypothesized – is the son of a roman soldier and a jewish prostitute, who rebelled against both roman conquest of Judea and Jewish abuse of one another, with a message of love one another – surrender […]