What I Won't Forget

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2022 Mar 3, 12:35pm   111,508 views  718 comments

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What I won’t forget:

How they said it would be two weeks.

How they shut down churches but kept abortion clinics and weed stores open.

How Canadian pastors were arrested.

How doctors in lab coats knelt to mobs of rioters while ppl weren’t allowed to visit their loved ones.

How a criminal had four funerals while others weren’t allowed to bury their dead.

How cities were destroyed while the people sworn to uphold our Constitution cheered on the destruction.

How the CHAZ was called a “summer of love” but the trucker convoy was called terrorism.

How Kamala petitioned for bail for the terrorists destroying small businesses in Minneapolis.

How dirty DAs in Portland released vandals and arsonists night after night for over 100 nights.

How San Francisco and Seattle have devolved into living hells of drugs and filth.

How children have worn useless cloth masks for two years, delaying their development and causing physical harm, and some leaders and pastors can’t be bothered to say this was wrong.

How Francis Collins and Anthony Fauci betrayed the American people and are still called heroes.

How thousands of people lost their jobs over a therapy that doesn’t even prevent infection or transmission.

How people who resisted this therapeutic intervention have been demonized and dehumanized.

How many of my fellow countrymen would cheer if I died.

How ppl in cities were cut off from society if they wouldn’t show their health papers — and this was seen as righteous and good by all the experts and many of our fellow countrymen.

How children sat in front of screens for months and we called it “school.”

How Joe Biden has threatened, bullied, castigated, and demonized his citizens while claiming to be a “decent guy” and a “uniter” compared to the other guy.

How dementia patients died alone in nursing homes after already having recovered from Covid.

How people were denied safe, effective treatments because those treatments had been politicized, and they died on ventilators apart from their families.

How parks and hiking trails were shut down and police stationed there to keep families away.

How people fled blue states.

How thousands of employees have been forced to sit through brainless trainings that make them feel divided from their fellow countrymen on account of skin color.

How public school children have been groomed into gender confusion.

How 13yo girls have had their breasts removed.

How billionaires and politicians were involved with a man who trafficked children for sex, how he mysteriously died in prison, and none of them will ever be prosecuted, but…

blue collar ppl were arrested and had their assets frozen for peacefully protesting govt overreach.

How overdoses have increased ~30% this year.

How some governors still won’t relinquish emergency powers.

How we’ve been conditioned to view freedom as selfish.

How speaking against the establishment may cost your job or reputation — this in a “free” country.

Our government and other establishment voices would like to sweep all this under the rug.

The have been disastrously, fatally wrong. Don’t forget.

And now they want "amnesty".

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267   richwicks   2022 Dec 24, 5:51pm  

Patrick says

They knew what was going on. Whether it was breaking the prevailing law or not is not as important as the fact that they knew that people went in but did not come out.

Patrick. Do you really believe people are this stupid, or do you really believe they are this immoral? It seems to be two options, are there more?

Again, there were no death camps, no extermination camps, but there WERE slave labor camps.

It's more complicated than you realize and everybody is propagandized and nobody is immune from it.
268   AmericanKulak   2022 Dec 24, 6:32pm  

There were death camps. Those too sick or old to work were gassed. The cremation ovens were ordered and custom built by Topf und Sohne.

They were originally installed to deal with Soviet POWs which the SS estimated in 1941 would soon die at about 1000 per day; they were already dying by the hundreds per day. This was in 1941, long before any "resource shortage" BS excuse. Note that the Hungarians kept their laborers fed with their national resources at hand than the Reich which controlled half of Europe as late as mid 1944. Hitler invaded Axis Hungary because Admiral Hrothy refused to turn over his laborers to German camps.

Zylon B or no, a labor camp with such a death rate is a death camp.

The Japanese had high rates of death in their forced labor camps for Chinese and Allied POWs.

The medical experiments on prisoners are exceedingly well documented with photos and medical procedure records with witness testimony as well. Clauberg was exceptionally interested, on orders from Himmler, on how to mass sterilize a population. This was needed for Slavs so there could be Lebensraum in the East. So they experimented with all kinds of methods on how to sterilize with various toxins and injections, avoiding the need for surgery. Victims that got sepsis were then given a deadly dose of phenol so Clauberg and his team could evaluate the process by autospy.

The real missing context of the Holocaust is that the Jews, Polish Priests, Gypsies, and Eastern Front POWs mostly served as both slave labor but more importantly, as a blueprint on how to deal with the remaining hundred million Slavs after the defeat of the Soviets.
269   AmericanKulak   2022 Dec 24, 6:41pm  

I should also mention, that without a single Bagel being toasted, the Nazis are already committing war crimes with their extermination of Polish Professors, Small Town Mayors, Clerics (1000 alone in Poland, almost entirely Catholic), retired Officers, noted Patriots, etc. as well the Mentally Ill. They also banned all formal education past Elementary School in Poland, underground schools called "Tajne Nauczanie" were formed by parents to homeschool/tutor them. Slave Slav Untermenschen don't need to do more than count and read basic signage.

More information of Nazi atrocities and their plans for their new planted colonies - and how to make room for them - can be found in this excellent piece:

Interestingly, Germanization of some Slavs was planned. In Ukraine, ONLY the 1/3 was slated for potential Germanization based on physical characteristics, with the other 2/3 to be liquidated. About half of all Czechs were considered potential for Aryanization.

Also, one major Nazi concern that was expelling too many Poles east of the Urals into Siberia might result in a future Polish State that could give them trouble, so they were interested in reducing the Polish population by at least 20%.
270   Patrick   2022 Dec 24, 8:01pm  

I'm pretty sure that some of the camps in the east were used specifically to kill large numbers of people.

AmericanKulak says

Small Town Mayors, Clerics (1000 alone in Poland, almost entirely Catholic)

Right, one of my relatives was a Polish Catholic mayor of a small town, as I've mentioned before. He was sent to Dachau, not a death camp per se, but it killed him.
271   Undoctored   2022 Dec 24, 8:02pm  

Thoughts on the term amnesty and its applicability.

Etymologically, it means “no memory,“ related to the word amnesia.

So in that sense I agree we shouldn’t forget the wrong that was done. Perhaps we should have an annual observance where we remember those who died suddenly, pray for true repentance from those who made others get themselves poisoned, pledge to never allow anyone, no matter how well intentioned, to force or coerce others to take any substance into their body.

Now legally amnesty means someone in high power grants a certain class of lawbreakers immunity from prosecution.

But in the present case many of the wrongdoers were not breaking any law. Take Leanna Wen for example. What did she do? She was a CNN talking head who gave bad advice and incorrect statements about what was guaranteed by the constitution. Is it against the law to tell untruths or give bad advice on TV? Like it or not, no!
272   Patrick   2022 Dec 24, 8:17pm  

Law and morality are different things.

Even if it turns out that people imposing mandates at threat of firings, expulsions, and exclusion from society were not breaking any laws, it's still an absolutely horrible crime against humanity. "Inject this brand new genetic slop or be blamed, ridiculed, ostracized, and impoverished."
273   Patrick   2022 Dec 24, 8:30pm  

richwicks says

there were no death camps

@richwicks I think there were, but more importantly I also think anyone should be able to present evidence that there were not.
274   Patrick   2022 Dec 24, 8:40pm  

AmericanKulak says

as well the Mentally Ill

Can confirm this as well. Polish relatives told me that the day the Nazis came into Tuliszkow, my grandmother's village, they shot a relative who was retarded and in a wheelchair.
276   mell   2022 Dec 25, 10:15pm  

Patrick says

Lol this is great!
277   AmericanKulak   2022 Dec 26, 1:58am  

Patrick says

Can confirm this as well. Polish relatives told me that the day the Nazis came into Tuliszkow, my grandmother's village, they shot a relative who was retarded and in a wheelchair.

Aktion T4. They were more subtle with Germanic persons.

It's uncanny how Orwell understood human nature. "Retirement home" = "Glue Factory".
278   Patrick   2022 Dec 29, 8:04am  


Reminder - November 2020: Melbourne security guard chokes a teenager unconscious and carries him out for not wearing a face mask.

280   Patrick   2022 Dec 30, 1:19pm  

The insanity continues. This is at a local restaurant.
281   GNL   2022 Dec 30, 1:25pm  

Patrick says

The insanity continues. This is at a local restaurant.

This is in Seattle or Cali?
282   richwicks   2022 Dec 30, 1:48pm  

GNL says

Patrick says

The insanity continues. This is at a local restaurant.

This is in Seattle or Cali?

If it's local to Patrick, it's in Commiefornia in the bay area between San Jose and San Francisco.
283   Patrick   2022 Dec 30, 3:44pm  

It's a restaurant at the south end of Palo Alto.
288   Patrick   2023 Jan 18, 11:06am  


Aaron Ginn
Remember when the world arrested people for walking on the beach by themselves.

291   Patrick   2023 Jan 18, 8:17pm  

Elon fucked up then.
292   richwicks   2023 Jan 18, 8:24pm  

Patrick says

Elon fucked up then.

Elon Musk is a offence contractor. Don't forget that.

He's limited in what he's allowed to say.

Funny, isn't it? The higher up you are in wealth and power the more constraints you're actually under.
293   Patrick   2023 Jan 18, 9:06pm  

richwicks says

The higher up you are in wealth and power the more constraints you're actually under.

You have more to lose.
296   Patrick   2023 Jan 23, 12:00pm  


I thought of all of the families who, during the Scamdemic, were denied the opportunity to gather this way to celebrate the lives of others. The bans/restrictions on gatherings were especially brutal to those whose loved ones, unlike my mother, died unexpectedly. Instead of being comforted by others, those who were closest to the recently deceased had many fewer people around to help to absorb the shock. ...

I also recalled the tens of thousands forced, by state hospital “emergency” rules, to unnecessarily die alone. In so doing, I considered those who wanted to accompany their loved ones at such an important time but were forbidden to do so. The bans and restrictions on such gatherings were cruel political theater. ...

The mean-spirited bans or restrictions on such gatherings were—in addition to many other measures such as lockdowns, school closures, mask and vaxx mandates—reasons that I can’t ever forget or forgive those who implemented or supported the Covid overreaction.

And I won’t say good things about them after they’re gone.
297   Patrick   2023 Jan 23, 3:35pm  


53 min ago
I was most scared of the govt mandating everyone to jab. Going house to house with it. Then it dawned on me that because of the instability, they could not do that. Sigh. First the scare of the so-called life threatening illness, which turned out to be about as dangerous as a light flu, and then the bigger scare for an unreliable govt.

37 min ago
At one stage, about 2 years ago, I did wonder if it would come to that. It depressed me, but did not sway me at all .. I had already decided I would be willing to loose everything, willing even to have been shot in the town square. Interestingly once I came to that acceptance, the more pressure they applied the more defiant I felt

33 min ago
Same here, the more pressure they applied, the more defiant I became.

Maria Romana
Writes Maria Romana's Liberty & Logic
15 min ago
Oh dear, I'm one of you. The harder they pushed, the more I dug my heels in. I would've gone to jail before submitting to the jab, and yes, I would've faced a firing squad to keep that poison away from my kids.

10 min ago
for a while I have been looking into Mexico and Middle America, and renewed my passport. There is a large Mexican family living in the neighborhood and I thought, if they flee, so am I. They did not, and just went on business as usual. But if worst came to worst, I would have loaded my car and gone!

Yeah, that was jarring for me as well. That was the worst of it for me because there was no way I was going to take it. And we all saw what was happening in places like Australia and elsewhere and wondering wtf. We all read and heard what they were saying. I recall at one point a poll came out reflecting that about 50 percent of dem voters thought children should be forcibly separated from their unvaccinated parents. I’ll never forget that.

39 min ago
That's what made my head melt - the threats of coerced vaccination and our kids being taken away. They even had information going out to teachers (Scotland) about how to spot extremism - being anti-vax was listed as a form of extremism. Being labelled an 'extremist' would no doubt trigger social services and an investigation into your parenting. Even now, my stomach knots when other jabs are promoted at the school - flu, hpv, etc.

35 min ago
I hear you. In U.S., Homeland Security put out a flyer linking domestic terrorists with opposition to Covid policies. I still can’t believe this stuff happened, it truly blows my mind.

32 min ago
Proving that they are the terrorists!

Ajax the Great
3 min ago
edited just now
"I recall at one point a poll came out reflecting that about 50 percent of dem voters thought children should be forcibly separated from their unvaccinated parents. I’ll never forget that."

Absolutely! NEVER forget, and NEVER EVER trust anyone who even vaguely insinuates that they would support such an odious and extremely totalitarian position in the slightest!
298   Patrick   2023 Jan 26, 3:05pm  

I think I posted this before, but it's worth remembering, since I was told by a local newspaper editor that no one ever promised that the toxxine was effective:

300   richwicks   2023 Jan 28, 11:33pm  

Patrick says

People should be in the habit of turning off their GPS unless they actually need it. First, it tracks you constantly, second, it consumes a lot of battery power.

I turn off mobile data and GPS habitually. This doesn't make me IMPOSSIBLE to track, it just makes me not worth tracking. I'm the one out of 10,000 people who do this sort of shit. You can find my position via triangulation with 3 cell towers, 2 if you're a little creative.
301   Patrick   2023 Jan 29, 12:21am  

I always suspect that remotely and silently re-enable GPS if they want to track you. Only indication would be battery drain I think.
302   richwicks   2023 Jan 29, 12:30am  

Patrick says

I always suspect that remotely and silently re-enable GPS if they want to track you. Only indication would be battery drain I think.

Possibly, but you shouldn't make it easy for them.

What pissed me off if that I noticed if I went for a walk about town, and if I stopped for a minute or two near a restaurant, Google would start nagging me for a review. It only happens when I forget to turn off my GPS.
303   GNL   2023 Jan 29, 5:15am  

Faraday cellphone pouch.
304   HeadSet   2023 Jan 29, 8:59am  

GNL says

Faraday cellphone pouch.

Might as well just turn the phone off.
305   GNL   2023 Jan 29, 9:48am  

HeadSet says

GNL says

Faraday cellphone pouch.

Might as well just turn the phone off.

Pretty much. BUT, you have your phone and can check it from time to time without being tracked all of the time.
I don't know if it is true or not but, evidently you can be tracked even with your phone turned off.

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