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mndriver

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So discussing having the starting of a congressional congress and all it entails...
 

Mike

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Not one word about identical threats and comments against Conservatives over the past four years.
Clear as day why they did what they did. All these accusations and everything all came superfast, and hoping nobody will be able to sort it out and find the truth.

Amazon and the rest of Big Tech want conservative views squashed, and they think they have a good plan to do it.

Actually, they do have a pretty good plan. They are banking on people simply getting more pissed off and making more violent comments, which makes it easier to silence even more people.
 

John Titor

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People are scared to go against the largest power in the United States right now.
SillyCon Valley is a more the "monopoly" than At&t , the Railroads or Standard Oil could have ever been even in their wettest dreams.

Difference is since about the 1980s we stopped actually enforcing Anti-Trust Act..

Bigger is better and all you know.
 

John Titor

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SillyCon Valley is a more the "monopoly" than At&t , the Railroads or Standard Oil could have ever been even in their wettest dreams.

Difference is since about the 1980s we stopped actually enforcing Anti-Trust Act..

Bigger is better and all you know.
Big Tech nowadays also controls many payment system too..

Can you say "6-6-6" or mark of the beast..

And most people today wouldn't miss "physical" cash currency either.
 

Duck

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Big Tech nowadays also controls many payment system too..

Can you say "6-6-6" or mark of the beast..

And most people today wouldn't miss "physical" cash currency either.
In a letter to John Taylor in 1816, Thomas Jefferson wrote, "And I sincerely believe with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies"

 
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