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Forum Post: Quick now! What's your solution?!

Posted 1 year ago on Nov. 15, 2012, 12:53 p.m. EST by agkaiser (1321) from Fredericksburg, TX
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What's your plan? You see a problem but what's your solution? Have you ever been hustled by such imperative questions?

Such demands are typical cons' cons. Before the problem is well understood they demand that you jump to conclusions in the hope they can induce confusion and doubt in you that will make you susceptible to conservative/libertarian influence. That of course is intended to prevent any address of evils that the cons perpetrate, in order to defend or acquire more wealth from the community they effectively dominate.

Before you credit some fool with the invention of evil, understand that most who repeat such drivel have been conned themselves. They may even have been turned to the dark side by such trickery. In any case it's doubtful they can be reached by a sincere argument. They either won't listen because they're utter fools or because they're utterly evil.

The way to deal with fools or the fascist aristocrats they serve is to tell them it's not a debate. Your mind is made up and nothing they say will move you. Of course, first you have to make up your mind. Whose side are you on?

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[-] 1 points by agkaiser (1321) from Fredericksburg, TX 1 year ago

“If they admit to themselves that the reason they can't get rich is that the big corporations, banks, speculators and über investors are unassailable, they must see themselves as weak and powerless. They must admit the impossibility that many like themselves can ever achieve what they want. To see what's really going on takes the power out of the heads of the conservative and libertarian wannabes. Worst of all, to look away from the powerless to the truly powerful might cause the upwardly hopefuls to see what fools they are. That would never do. There must be someone on whom to blame their failure. Someone whom they can hope to dominate. It doesn't occur to them that their victims don't have enough for them to take what is wanted from them. The poor are already picked clean.”

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