By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “CSGV has problems reading. (2)”
  1. Miguel, you insurrectionist! How dare you not conform to the cultists’ utopia? All they want is your complete and utter obedience, your guns, complete control over your property, your life, your independence, your self-respect and much more. Why won’t you just give them what they want? If it saves just one life…

  2. The ninnies at CSGV would never agree with taking arms against the government or anyone else, because they are intellectual geldings, owned by the government and afraid of freedom. I bet most of them don’t even drive a car, but just stay in their city ant-farms and stingless bee nests, to be shuffled back and forth by government mass transport between their cell and their labor center.

  3. It’s the Narrative again. It fills in all of the spaces between the bricks of their being. It holds their psyche together. It defines them. It prevents them from using their own logic and reason, if the result conflicts with the Narrative. They should read a few books on psychology, on subjects such as confirmation bias, motivated reasoning, and cognitive dissonance. — and try thinking for themselves for a change. But I doubt it will help.

  4. “Why did you RT a lunatic who thinks the current government may need to be revolted against?” (italics mine)

    Because the current government ISN’T the one that the Founding Fathers came up with! Seriously, it’s not that hard.(said every woman a Democrat has ever slept with)

  5. “Insurrectionist” used as a slur will go away when we get a Republican president.
    At which point, Dissent will again become the highest form of Patriotism, and Questioning Authority once again become a good thing.

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