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53 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

While that is true, hyperindividualism got us in this mess. It takes a collective effort to ensure the rights of the individual.

 

 

Takes 12 peeps as a jury /tribunal to reify ancient unwritten custom

 

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9 minutes ago, Prometheus said:

I think individualism has been taken to the extreme. If you see it in term of the expression of Ego then certainly we have seen individualism expressed to the highest degrees. But in societal terms only the upper classes have the freedom and thus sovereignty to be individual.

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Sovereignty Vs ego individualism

 

 

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European populist parties show the same disregard for the rule of law, arguing that nations can and should unilaterally tear up legally-binding transnational agreements if that is what the people demand. In many countries, this unimpeded democracy is proving to be disturbingly popular.

 

Vladimir Putin’s popularity in Russia is in part because of, rather than in spite of, his disregard for the rule of law, which is seen as simply obstructing the muscular implementation of the popular will. In Hungary, Viktor Orbán’s disregard for constitutional constraints and processes is considered a source of strength. His phrase “illiberal democracy” is as good a name as any for the form of government Aristotle warned against.

 

Some on the hard left also have little time for the rule of law when they demand the instant denationalisation of railways or the “clamping down” on excessive corporate profits. There are ways of doing both that follow due process but many are not interested in what they see as such niceties. Yet in a functioning state, businesses, like individuals, need to be able to trust that the rules of the game will not be changed by decree overnight because a government announces that “the people” demand it.

 

The greatest example of the rise of degenerative democracy is, of course, Donald Trump. Trump has no concern at all for the international rule of law and often, it seems, none for the national either. His campaign promise to have Hilary Clinton locked up if he won was classic example of democratic demagoguery.

 

https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/philosophy/aristotles-thinking-on-democracy-has-more-relevance-than-ever

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1 hour ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

I agree. I just differ on how you secure individual rights, it's cool though.

 

I agree there are many nuances to how best solve social issues. Seems to be the greatest challenge of our times and as mentioned repeatedly - Its an "information war"

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So how can we save democracy?I

 

One major challenge is to persuade the electorate that the constitutional obstacles that stand between the expression of the people’s will and its enacting are actually the best protection we have against the tyranny of the many over the few, or of leaders who claim to represent all while really standing only for themselves... That and a well funded Militia.

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The liberal sense of morality is so infantile and simplisticly binary that it allows the simple minded to understand and express confidently its defined virtues whilst recognising and attacking its simply defined enemies.

 

It allows the young to overlook any nuance or overlap and divine their morals as simply black and white.

 

Left-wing Liberalism as Lenin said 'Is an infantile disorder'.

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I just thought that this might be the least complicated summer for the forseeable future.

Now many people are "vaxxed", numbers will go higher by themself over a period of years, which is all they need to justify their ends.

What was a pretty crazy effort in the first year (2020) to get people under the needle, will now be a walk in the park, because you do not even have to fake cases anymore. The only thing you need to brush under the carpet is that these people that get ill got "vaxxed". Thats it.

 

 

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45 minutes ago, Prometheus said:

The danger we face today, however, is that some people have lost patience with the rule of law and yearn for a purer form of democracy.

 

Lost patience due to lack of faith...

All part of the demoralisation plan.

 

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https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/eu_collective.pdf

https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/psychological-attack-uk-part-2

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8 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

May be an image of text that says 'Face masks don't always work? Well neither do parachutes but if I ever jump out of a plane I still want one. Wear a mask. CALL TO ACTIVISM Credit @Johnubacon'

 

 

 

Just saw this - you know whoever is posting this is not a full ticket. ( LOL leave me out of that statement - just showing you all haha) 

 

So much I could say in response to the poster of this idiotic meme.  How on earth anyone can consider a mask in the same sentence as a parachute is mindnumbing. 

 

If anyone is worried that there is an airbourne killer virus floating around then you don't wear a 50p mask, made in a back street sweat shop.    It is like trusting your survival to a parachute made by a Chinese ladies underwear manufacturer, that costs a fiver.

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1 hour ago, skitzorat said:

Raped? Beaten? Psychologically damaged on the inside?

The pigs will need to see evidence of the trauma if you're caught not wearing the ritualistic shame muzzle.

 

 

Under the Privacy Act you dont have to have details of the medical condition on the exemption no matter what they say .Also you can sign a statutory declaration yourself (as it says in the picture" by the person" ) saying you have a medical condition .My sons GP refused him an exemption even though he has asthma so my son has sign a statutory declaration himself stating he doesn't want to wear mask due to a medical coditon . The information about your medical details in confidential between you and your Doctor and here in Australia under the Privacy Act you do not have to tell anyone else what it is .

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3 minutes ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

Under the Privacy Act you dont have to have details of the medical condition on the exemption no matter what they say .Also you can sign a statutory declaration yourself (as it says in the picture" by the person" ) saying you have a medical condition .My sons GP refused him an exemption even though he has asthma so my son has sign a statutory declaration himself stating he doesn't want to wear mask due to a medical coditon . The information about your medical details in confidential between you and your Doctor and here in Australia under the Privacy Act you do not have to tell anyone else what it is .

 

The Cheka simply don't care about the so-called rule of law under the New World Order.  Watch how they grab a girls bag and force her to chase them off a train when she stoically said she was under no legal obligation to provide the "medical reason" for her not wearing the shame muzzle.

 

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https://www.bitchute.com/video/9xGEQrhOpWDe/

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