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Nov 21, 2023·edited Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Agree 100%, the state is an economic parasite.

Saying that and leaving it there obscures the full extent of the damage. If it only consumed and wasted society's resources, that would be bad enough, but it goes a lot further than just waste.

The state uses those resources as a destructive force. It doesn't merely waste school funds by not teaching our children. It brainwashes them with DEI and CRT. It doesn't just waste welfare funds paying people not to work. It creates a thug class of young unsocialized males raised without a father.

The list of these kinds of unintended adverse effects is endless.

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I’m not sure the adverse effects are unintended.

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Nov 21, 2023·edited Nov 21, 2023

I am sure they are intended. Let us take Transgender idealogy...

1. Parasitic vaccines with mind and body Gender bending technologies are introduced in and around 2009. We know now that 90 percent of kids that opt for bottom surgery are Autistic. Demand is created.

2. Obamacare demands insurance pay for Trans Surgery on demand. The hospitals that perform "bottom" surgery, whacking off of Penis and Delete kits for Vaginas boom from 2 hospitals into the use to over 2000 today! Demand meet Supply of fake PPs and Vags.

3. In 2009 a rather bizarre movement added by the CCP and or the Deep State grooms Groomers to infiltrate the schools. Then the LGBTQSRV++ demand that children can choose, with discussion from the first grade teacher, what sex they want to be. Kids meet Satan.

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Nov 21, 2023·edited Nov 21, 2023

I initially misread GMoody's comment and made a nasty response. My Bad. Apologies, GMoody.

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No worries. I knew you’d misread.

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11-21-23: His obliteration of the clumsy/annoying British double-negative is greatly appreciated.

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And a, if not as prominent, thug class of young females, raised without social values.

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Robert, you really think so?

“Milei happens to be at the leading edge of a growing contrarian intellectual movement which directly challenges the legitimacy of the administrative state”. Is that so?

“The elite members of the Atlantic Council and the Council on Foreign Relations must be wetting themselves.” Really?

“put an end to the parasitic and useless political caste that is destroying this country”. Oh yeah?

Sorry, I don’t buy that a new actor, brought to power by massive social media, who claims to want to align so much with the USA (ie banco-narco-military industrial state) that he’ll seek to adopt its currency as Argentina’s own, decommission functions of government that provide social services to Argentinians, and who at the height of the atrocities occurring in real-time in Gaza and the West Bank states he not only unqualifiedly supports Israel, he plans to convert his religion.

Sorry Robert, for such an adept psyops guy, I’m not clear why you don’t see Milei as another bad actor, a B-Actor put in place by the deep state, the second half of your essay so rightly impales.

He’s another bad actor for the spectators - like Zelinsky, Johnson, Blair, Maloni, Bush, and yes Biden to mention a few. These are not the ones playing the Wurlitzer, they are just carrying the tune of deception. The world will need more than another coiffured mophead to save it. My money is on, that it is not Milei.

I think we’ll be crying for Argentina more than ever before, sorry to say.

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Nov 22, 2023·edited Nov 22, 2023

Sagecrew is spreading fear-porn, saying Milei is going to destroy Argentina.

Inflation there is running 143% annually, and it has a 40% poverty rate.

Sounds to me like the country's already melting down, and a drastic course-change is needed to save it.

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USG and its corporatocracy and mafias have been the gatekeepers of South America for most of the 20th century. The IMF has more to do with their inflation and poverty than "socialism" does. Just saying, Mr Incarnate.

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The voters in Argentina disagree.

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Evil, your consultation time with them was impressive! I'd hardly be able to know, with the certainty you express, what the voters of Argentina agree or disagree with. The only thing certain on that front was Milei was elected.

That they disagree the IMF and the USG are complicit in their condition isn't obvious from that act, but time will tell, eh?

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Nov 22, 2023·edited Nov 22, 2023

You're being argumentative. You: "The IMF has more to do with their inflation and poverty than "socialism" does."

In the election they replaced socialism. If they thought the IMF had more to do with their problems than socialism, why did they replace it? Why not just leave it in place?

I didn't need to consult with them. Their feelings are self-evident:

https://tinyurl.com/y83k6445

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You condescension destroys whatever argument you may have had. Atrocities in Gaza but no mention of atrocities in Israel. Ok.

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Humm, condescension (as you project) trumps facts? OK, you win.

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The very fact of his views becoming much more known than before suggests he is no deep state actor: the deep state does not want such views to be given the light of day.

Milei, and Malone, and others are introducing anarcho-capitalist ideas that have never before been known by, much less considered, by others.

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Doug, I think reality is closer to the likelihood that everything which has the light of day IS deep state.

By the very nature of what is feared about deep state, what its prowess is, that is an obvious conclusion.

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We'll disagree on this one. I do not think the Deep State thought that parts of the internet might remain free and that so many of us would speak out unafraid.

The underestimated especially the will of NTs and some NFs, especially INTJs, to get involved when push came to shove. I know this from personal experience: I don't bother getting involved until I see if not me, who.

And they really do not benefit by having more people adopt libertarian attitudes. After all, that's what created the United States.

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Crying for Argentina! I see what you did there.

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It would be interesting to read his books and papers fe the last 20 years. Does anyone know if they are translated in English? This would open a door to his thought process. I know that he has been to the Mises institute in Alabama before. They might have blighted us on how conversations are eres with him.

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This is so absolutely true. It is beyond me how so many of our citizens cannot see this.

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The state is malfeasance embodied in bureaucracy. It serves no useful purpose. And the payment of taxes to such an entity is to be complicit in the evil, death and suffering it leaves in its terrible wake.

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Nov 21, 2023·edited Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

In one of Milei’s interviews he said that those on his side had been made morally and aesthetically superior and better at doing everything by the weaponized leftist justice system, and that this was driving those leftists crazy. He’s inspirational.

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That is a reasonable point and one to keep in mind. Those using positions of power as weapons, like we have in the US, do so because they have no genuine support for their immoral, socially degrading, and unrealistic polices and goals.

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In the U.S. they are being permitted to do so by a complacent populace -of which not enough have yet been strengthened by the abuse.

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It just isn't bad enough yet. Look how long it took Argentina. Let's hope the US isn't facing the same historical curve.

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News cycle is way faster and we have diverse sources and web3 (which we should protect). Hopefully these things help speed the awakening and recovery.

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A Republic dies from apathy.

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No doubt some are complacent (those indoctrinated by our education system since the 1980s), about the same number are made compliant through fear porn (Covid) and the drumming of the msm 24/7 telling them what to think (there were actual Biden voters), a smaller number through payouts (hospitals, doctors), an even small number joined the system (corporations on the take). However, added together they do not equal the number of awake and awaken, the up in front naysayers being cancelled or silenced, independent journalist, and those who were never part of the matrix.

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I’d like to suggest two things: 1. The populace is not complacent but emasculated ie. They have no power. Voting is an illusion they see through. 2. The best way to “wake up” or re-strengthen the populace is to give them power over their own money. Specifically, make citizen taxpayers assign their tax dollars to (or not to) every spending bill proposed every year with the return of every tax form. Nothing sharpens the mind like money especially if it is our own. Nothing will sap corruption faster or snap citizen interest to attention more quickly than power over what and how much the government can spend on any good or bad proposal. This won’t lessen one’s tax liability, congress must do that but it will fill out or shrink government budgets annually thus buying for citizens the governance they are willing to pay for and starving out the bureaucracies they AREN’T willing to indulge. This is the magic key. Just turn it!

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Increasingly, voting has become an illusion. In some states it's worse than others.

I am rather weak in the financial area, (having only the good sense to not spend beyond my means). Government forms confuse me as I'm not well adapted to their kind of language, and each one threatens me with charges of perjury or something like it, everywhere I sign. So I would not do well with the duty of directly controlling my portion of government spending. It would take a lot of time to consider each spending bill, and I would not have sufficient time to accomplish my other tasks, or for writing the SubStack.

But I do think that if each person physically wrote a monthly check or otherwise directly paid their taxes instead of the automatic withdrawal, things would change very fast. Each person needs to directly 'feel' the money being removed from them. Then they'll be picking different representatives.

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

If you want to bathe in the warm waters of reason and calm comprehension, take a bath in Friedrich Hayek's book The Road to Serfdom. You will rise up baptised and cleansed from the illusions employed by scum that soil this world.

"Argentina remained among the fifteen richest countries until the meteoric mid-century rise to the Presidency of a previously unknown minor military leader named Juan Perón." Now where did Senro Peron get his ideas? Could it be the Nazis who fled to Argentina in 1945? Was it Nazi looted gold that funded his rise to power? Who exactly is Hans Rudel, apart from being the most decorated Stuka pilot in Nazi Germany? Worth a little research.

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Nov 21, 2023·edited Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

We all know the saying history repeats itself. We must also understand evil doers embedded into our systems take history and pervert it to gain control and power. The Reichstag Fire in Nazi Germany was a perfect blueprint for present day American politicians. After this building was burnt in protest the German government handed power over to Hitler and he became dictatorial head of state or as he called himself Fuhrer un Reischkanzler. Our government since Bill Clinton has systematically sold off and sold out America. The politicians have become rich off of the backs of our capitalist system social successes. We see with the Jan. 6th tapes a government orchestrated plan which began with a permitted peaceful protest at the capital when our government opened fire on peaceful protesters clearly shown on the newly released tapes. The fbi infiltrated the crowds dressed in civilian clothes. The police pulled the barriers back opened the doors and fbi infiltrators influenced crowds to enter the capital. This devised plan was yes to squash a conservative plan presenting questions of a stolen election, but it also created this narrative we continually hear that Trump and Trump supporters are the biggest threat to democracy. This whole stolen election and January 6th government plan was a complete power grab to kill off individualism and American freedoms. Freedom is contagious, and what we are witnessing is our government desperately trying to hold on to its power and ability to profit off of we the peoples ingenuity. If Javier Miles has honesty, integrity and common sense Argentina will be a role model to follow. J.Goodrich

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Nov 21, 2023·edited Nov 21, 2023

11/21/23: Cliff Notes, for those in a hurry:

"We all know ... evil doers ... gain power ... Reichstag Fire ... perfect blueprint ... building ... burnt in protest ... Hitler ... dictatorial ... Our government ... politicians have become rich ... Jan. 6th ... government-orchestrated plan ... peaceful protest ... government opened fire ... fbi infiltrated ... police pulled ... stolen election ... created ... narrative ... ... threat to democracy ... power grab ... government desperately trying to hold on ... we the peoples' ingenuity ... integrity and common sense..."

James would write more, but Goodrich tires easily.

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Too many words? too challenging??

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Think he made a pun on your name there.

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Goodrich tires easily took me a min.

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I’m stupid, loved cliff notes, I know Goodrich tires I have them on my car, help me DD understand... please??

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Correct!

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I’m slow Don I, I apologize for writing too much, got it TIRES

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As a man who trips over the word "The..." at the start of anything, I am forced to agree with you. And now, I'm going home to Mother.

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Don, we’re the other guys!! https://youtu.be/rl7a-Phy0Ow?si=Yaqf3mhtiQ_N_0GM

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A great ad. Zero chance of seeing a non-ideological commercial message today. Due to the passage of time, I can't swear to the story's veracity, but it goes like this: My grandmother turned down a marriage proposal from the original Goodyear fellow, before his ship came in. But stories like this are indeed suspect. "Why? why? why?"

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11/25/23: Late Hit, Fifteen Yards!

Headline (December 2022): "Kelly Unretires..."

Which leads us to...

https://www.google.com/search?q=kelly+tires&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS944US944&oq=kelly+tires&aqs=chrome..69i57j0i512l9.2245j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

[Kelly had retired, from the NY Post, intending to give it a rest. Then the news came in that he had been hired as the editor in chief of "Our Town, The West Side Spirit," etc.. So much for his "reTIREment"...]

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Criff notes were great Don, no tripping there!!

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OMG this whole string wins the interwebs. Where's the LOL emoji..........

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yes, one heck of a treadmill...

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As my father would say, light dawns on Marblehead.

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Will dawn on Kennebunkport do?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzwyzaI8ni8

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

If you think of gov as being a juggler, then as long as there are not too many balls in play everything is o.k. But when there are too many then dropping the ball becomes the default position. Those bloody agencies should never have been formed and should be abolished.

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In the case of the U.S., DOE is an abomination which worsened most of the problems it was supposed to address. FDA, NIH are are murderously kleptocratic. EPA has probably done more damage than good.

Watching Milei rip off all those agency names from the board was cathartic. (much better than how one feels after a good aperient has done its job ;-)

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Amen to this! Thank you 🙏🏻

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I would fear for his immediate and future well being.

Tempers and confusions are growing.

Patience is limited by his nay-sayers.

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agree that adequate personal security will be key.

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One thing for certain is that Brasil is watching as is the rest of S.A. and Lula is shaking in his boots. We need to pray for Javier Milei and his family and hope this man to succeeds in his quest to turn Argentina around.

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I prayed he would live to be elected. The anti-crime candidate in Ecuador this year was not so lucky.

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Yes. You may recall that Bolsonaro was stabbed in 2018 and very nearly perished.

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And then his re-election was stolen, then he was band from running again for some years because he said his election was stolen. Sounds like the USG is using Brazil's playbook on Trump.

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That's the first thought that came to mind after hearing of his victory. Internal or CIA influenced, one in the same perhaps.

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Imagine the possibilities of cutting the size of the US Federal Government in HALF! How many three-letter police organizations does the FED need? 60-80% of what each state should do, the FED claims DOMINION. I hope Milei gets even 10% of what he wants to accomplish.

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The gov is infested with redundancy. Dozens of welfare programs, umpteen “intelligence agencies”….redundancy over the entire edifice.

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I laugh when I think of GOP presidential candidates in the 21st century trying to outdo each other during debates in how many agencies they would do away with. Sure, wave your wand and Congress will do just that.

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I was thinking more like 90%

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

"Those of us being parasitized will own nothing, be happy, have nowhere to go and no way to get out from under the thumb of this New World Order. What could possibly go wrong?"

I will indeed be keeping an eye on Argentina's government under Milei. I was born in the US, have roots, and hope to die a free man here. But I speak enough Spanish to make my way in Argentina, and I wouldn't completely rule out taking temporary refuge abroad if developments here continue to unfold as they have been.

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I do not speak Spanish, despite having been raised in CA. But I share your sentiment. Many are looking for a refuge from the coming storm. I hear that the Czech republic did not go crazy during the last four years, and many speak well of that one.

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I see that NY has gotten the green light from the Judge to go ahead with concentration camps. They now can arrest you for any reason or no reason and put you in a camp.

The mental disease of wanting freedom seems a good enough reason to them, I am sure of it.

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Another outrageous ruling in NY. We need a law that makes the Constitution legal.

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I guess only captains go down with the sinking ship. 330,000,000 million is not a small number to cage and control. There will be a remnant or even multiple remnants that will evade and survive.

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I wish the Argentinian people well. I pray that there will be effective change that restores political balance, prosperity and the God given freedoms due to all humanity.

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Brilliant analysis Robert. Milei will be a beacon, and right quick. I can't wait to see what he does on day one, which is just two weeks away. Frankly, Italy is so encumbered by the EU that Meloni cannot make truly radical moves, same with Hungary and Poland.

Milei will truly pull out the chain saw, and his next twelve months will inform the Trump presidential campaign to a great degree.

The Dems will go to their bag of tricks, one of which is just surfacing: getting signatures to put abortion referendums on the ballot to bring out their base and get GOP female switch-overs. Just worked in Ohio. Something to watch.

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he needs to be careful to avoid going to far too fast. Overreach is a common mistake at times like this.

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I listened to an interview he just did on a program in Argentina and he specifically said it would take time, that he needed to educate the people about the economics and how the disastrous programs that impoverished them over the past 100 years couldn’t be reversed quickly, so that doesn’t seem to be an issue.

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They are doing it in PA also. The ruse is eliminating governments say on the issue, and that includes determining who can provide an abortion, where it has to be performed, how it is done, and the big when it is done. A literal free-for-all. It's all in the deceit in describing the ballot measure.

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I watched Tucker Carlson’s interview with Milei 9/14/23, episode 24 which is now pinned on Tucker’s X page. At the time I didn’t think much about the interview. One thing stood out in that interview for me.

Tucker Carlson asked Javier Milei—who has lived with the fallout of his government implementing socialist policies—what advice he has for Americans:

“Never embrace the ideals of socialism. Never allow yourselves to be seduced by the siren song of social justice.”

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I was transfixed by that interview, and watched it twice to take it all in. Milei's answers were so direct, except his answer to the question on prayer -- as though he perhaps didn't understand that he was being asked about his own personal habits.

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Nov 21, 2023·edited Nov 23, 2023

I watched the September interview after this week's election. Let me throw in that as someone who is attempting to learn Spanish, albeit with mixed success, Milei's interview was relatively easy to understand. Agree re the prayer question, but to me it seemed that he intended to not discuss his personal habits and made a broader point.

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That's reasonable. When politicians talk about prayer, odd behaviors erupt all around them.

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Interesting observation.

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I wish I could believe that we are not past the point of no return. The election protocol in Argentina required paper ballots, hand counted, voter ID required. I don't see that happening here in 2024. And, since the covid trial run didn't quite work, I have a dread building that we might not even have elections in 24. They operate on the by-any-means-necessary strategy.

I just learned this morning that the TSA has the air marshals tracking every single person who took a flight for any reason in the vicinity of DC on 1/6/21. Every single person regardless their reason for traveling is being watched and tracked. But they could not find out who the dude was who planted the pipe bomb at the capital.

I don't know that an election is going to fix this.

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Voices and Votes Will. Not. Fix. This.

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Survey says . . . An election, even one seriously suspected of being unfair and not secure, costs more than the expense and trouble. We’re in a third-world jungle, not holding an election if the outcome is decided by state power. We’re gonna need a bigger boatload of social power.

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

If Austrian Economics gets a foothold in the Hunger Games, it is over for the deep state and globalists. This economic model is far superior to what we have now, and all who are suffering now financially would get a huge change in our quality of life. The economies would be free to expand on their own without so much micro management from politicians. I wish him well and hire some excellent bodyguards, you will need them. Your opponents are proven murderers and worse.

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I have never heard a more accurate definition of our government in California: "the State is an insatiable economic parasite, constantly growing by feeding off of the surplus productive labor of those free sovereign individuals over which it asserts the right to govern."

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Agree 100%

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Nov 21, 2023Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Reading this article was like learning a foreign language, for me. I do remember reading Ayn Rand when I was 20 something and not being able to put it down. Maybe there is hope for me to be able to learn a new language after all.

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One of my favorites too! I still have that book.

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Dr. Malone quoting Rothbard has now reached the maximum level of based possible on planet Earth.

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I rarely speak of Ayn Rand's profound influence on my thinking, believing that it is self evident to any who can correctly interpret the title of this substack. Sometimes it feels like my life is channeling a 21st century version of John Gault, but I generally keep that little internal voice to myself.

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Dr. Malone, I first read Ayn Rand back in high school and her writings led me in the direction I have followed since then. I loved it when you titled your Substack “Who is Robert Malone”.

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A word of caution, Dr. Malone. Rand and Rothbard came to a parting of the ways and their acolytes have been at each others throats ever since. Austrian economics is so obviously superior to the nonsense that is all the other mainstream schools of supposed economics (Keynesianism, MMT, etc.), that the oligarchs needed some way of distracting its adherents from waking up the world to that truth and the infighting between the two groups has served that end very nicely.

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Life is good in the gulch.

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Are we all destined to be John Gault now?

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