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Feels like we are missing a thread or two from NBR. Don't actually recall if we had a random video thread, but it seems like we could use one. I am going to try and kick this off with a few words from arguably one of the most decent people crypto:

 

 

One for @Mr. Fox I guess.

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Smart fellow. I like him based on his video. I had never heard of him before. His truth is common sense, which is something the world we live in is sorely lacking. People don't think. It's too hard and if they did it might require that they change what they believe, or admit they have been wrong. It is easier to let someone else think for them and continue believing illogical nonsense because it's popular with the idiots they want to identify with on Facepoot or Twatter.

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Yep. He is the founder of Cardano. A mathematician by training, an outspoken libertarian, a member of the Ethereum founding team. Somewhat unusually, he seems to be hugely driven by a grand vision of the utility blockchain can provide to the world, frequently calls out speculation, scams etc. and doesn't seem to care much about the economics of the coin itself (to be fair, he has made so much money he doesn't need to care about that). With more people like him in the field, crypto might stand a chance to achieve something good, as opposed to lining the pockets of SBFs of this world.

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I not particularly fond of crypto in general, but setting that aside, I do like how he thinks in the context of that video. While I do not care to label myself, I do agree with a great deal of what is found in a Libertarian view. There is probably not an accurate label that I can identify with because I am like a Heinz 57 cocktail, with a "live justly, show love and have mercy" anarchist core. So, the view that governmental power should be extremely limited, agenda-neutral and influence-free (law enforcement and military power focused) and almost entirely subservient to the national citizenry is spot on IMHO.

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1 hour ago, Etern4l said:

With more people like him in the field, crypto might stand a chance to achieve something good, as opposed to lining the pockets of SBFs of this world.

 

That is one of the major reasons why. It is not as undesirable as ESG investing, but there is also that "something from nothing" ex nihilo element coincidental to the mining craze that just doesn't set well with me.  I generally hold a belief that money should only be earned, inherited or received as a gift.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Fox said:

I generally hold a belief that money should only be earned, inherited or received as a gift.

 

Earned is a broad term, isn't it? I imagine one may earn a return on their 401k, unless the investments plummet of course. The return  may be earned by putting capital at risk. Without this mechanism, there is no point in capitalism. Crypto produced just another bubble. Yes, it has been darwinian out there, but if you believe people have the right to do what they please with their money, then there is nothing wrong with crypto investments. The idiots, the naive, and the unlucky loose money - the smarter or luckier don't. It's not all very wise, but it's not completely pointless either, if we consider the broader goals such as replacing the traditional financial system and creating an alternative to government-controlled currencies. Outright scams and Ponzi schemes should be prosecuted, rather than the perpetrators being allowed to bask in the limelight. All easier said than done apparently. It's interesting to consider why. What forces are particularly at play? A bit of a rhetorical question :)

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Difficult to ascertain the accuracy from the outside, but if true that's great news for prospective immigrants! Why engage in all that painful work visa or some other legal immigration process? Should this Ukraine/energy crisis completely destroy economies on the other side of the pond, I guess it will be time to grab the family and just push north through El Paso like those folks. (j/k)

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America belongs to Americans. It's absolutely horrible news for hardworking taxpayers that can't afford to pay their own bills much less support people coming here to further leech off the system. We have laws in place and we have a constitution both need to be followed to a tee. The lawlessness and lunacy needs to stop. The borders need to be sealed and people need to enter the right way, or not at all. They need to be self-supporting, not dependent on taxpayer-funded public support. Otherwise, they're not welcome here, and neither is the added burden their presence creates. Those who have come here the right way and followed all the rules are the strongest supporters of this point of view. 

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47 minutes ago, Mr. Fox said:

America belongs to Americans. It's absolutely horrible news for hardworking taxpayers that can't afford to pay their own bills much less support people coming here to further leech off the system. We have laws in place and we have a constitution both need to be followed to a tee. The lawlessness and lunacy needs to stop. The borders need to be sealed and people need to enter the right way, or not at all. They need to be self-supporting, not dependent on taxpayer-funded public support. Otherwise, they're not welcome here, and neither is the added burden their presence creates. Those who have come here the right way and followed all the rules are the strongest supporters of this point of view. 

 

I guess the consolation is that there isn't much to leach off of in the US? The system seems pretty lean. The unemployment is still very low too, for now. I guess there is the volume though.

 

Similar issue here: mostly illegal economic immigrants ("asylum seekers" from countries like Albania, where life is obviously tougher, but there is no sensible grounds for an asylum claim on arrival from there) coming to the UK enjoy coast guard escort as they cross the English Channel in dinghies from France (where they could have claimed their asylum in the first place), taxpayer-funded hotel stays, some level of access to the very expensive National Health Service, not to mention the associated legal and (very occasionally) deportation costs as well the impact on crime, housing, schools, and potentially the welfare system (I'm not sure if they are entitled to any state aid, probably difficult). 

 

 

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Yeah, there has to come a point that it stops for your country and mine. And, playing the "asylum card" needs to be validated if it is not already. Simply saying it doesn't make it true, and they have figured out here that they are being allowed to get away with it by the people that want our borders open. I am in favor of militarizing our borders and using lethal force to stop illegal entry. They need to make arrangements on the other side. Once the details are worked out, then they can get red carpet treatment and a fast track to citizenship, while their presence is monitored and policed until they become a citizen. It should require English literacy and fluency and there should be no accommodation for those that cannot read and write English. The path to citizenship should include several years of mandatory military service and the completion of a high school education and trade education for those that have no trade or skills.

 

I want legal immigration to flourish and I believe the diversity makes us a better nation, but the open borders merely brings the slum and scum to us. The crime and poverty that is ruining their countries is not our problem and yet we make it our problem by allowing it to enter here freely... which is absolutely insane. They need to check their "culture" at the border. If you want to be an American, you embrace the culture here, follow our laws,speak our language and contribute to America remaining a great and powerful nation.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Fox said:

Yeah, there has to come a point that it stops for your country and mine. And, playing the "asylum card" needs to be validated if it is not already. Simply saying it doesn't make it true, and they have figured out here that they are being allowed to get away with it by the people that want our borders open. I am in favor of militarizing our borders and using lethal force to stop illegal entry. They need to make arrangements on the other side. Once the details are worked out, then they can get red carpet treatment and a fast track to citizenship, while their presence is monitored and policed until they become a citizen. It should require English literacy and fluency and there should be no accommodation for those that cannot read and write English. The path to citizenship should include several years of mandatory military service and the completion of a high school education and trade education for those that have no trade or skills.

 

I want legal immigration to flourish and I believe the diversity makes us a better nation, but the open borders merely brings the slum and scum to us. The crime and poverty that is ruining their countries is not our problem and yet we make it our problem by allowing it to enter here freely... which is absolutely insane. They need to check their "culture" at the border. If you want to be an American, you embrace the culture here, follow our laws,speak our language and contribute to America remaining a great and powerful nation.

 

I have to say, the legal route to the US is so painful that it heavily discourages people from wealthier countries to liquidate their assets home and move to America, with the exception of high net-worth individuals (millions in liquidity + desire to invest those assets in the US and potentially run a business, fair enough) - should they be interested in this vs relocation to a tax haven (probably the more popular option). On the other hand, I imagine sometimes effectively penniless migrants from less wealthy countries are more likely to be desperate enough to put themselves through the ordeal of the H1B process, where people and their families can get kicked out of the country at a moment's notice should the primary sponsor lose their job. The US immigration system overall, in conjunction with the situation you highlighted, doesn't make too much sense to me TBH. I would suggest there should be no route to citizenship for new illegal migrants who are basically just jumping the queue, and making a mockery of those who try to follow the rules.  Arguably, it would also benefit the US to replace the illegal inflow with an expanded independent legal economic immigration route, done in a smart way. For instance, there is no scoring, quality of education doesn't matter, assets don't matter I guess in the interest of "fairness", which is a joke, because the rules don't apply to super-wealthy anyway, and the system just creates a bias towards lower initial economic status. Yes, there are also the intra-company transfers, but that's not necessarily a route to permanent residence (at the discretion of sponsoring employers - many of those are probably not too charitable, again likely depending on the country of origin of the worker). Lastly, it would be humane if work visas were fixed term to give people a bit of certainty in running their life. I suspect that should the US ever implement these proposals, the economy would get a decent bump, communities would receive more investment from the new arrivals, and more of the unpopular offshore operations would struggle to find a reason to exist, as people would just prefer to come and work in the US (a vast, mostly unpopulated country after all) - or at least there would be a material risk of them doing so, which would put those operations under pressure.

 

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I agree. The biggest issue is the illegal entry, lawlessness and politically motivated agenda driving the lawlessness under a pretentious facade of fake woke humanitarianism. The path to citizenship should not be easy. It should require sacrifice and effort of those that seek it. The cost could be assessed as a temporary or permanent income tax surcharge to those granted the privilege of lawful entry for the purpose of becoming an American, with no income tax surcharge exemption to offset the cost of educating the ignorant and training the unskilled applicants. I am all for work visas, especially for farm labor. Those have been handled very effectively for decades and that part is not broken. It's the free-for-all influx of undocumented people that range from poor people looking for a better life, to cartels, to terrorists and with the current administration there is no effort to monitor or manage the influx. People that cannot demonstrate their presence is for the benefit of America should be detained, incarcerated while their identity is verifed. If they are found to not be criminals, immediately deported. If they are found to be guilty of crimes, remain incarcerated and prosecuted to the full extent of the law with a mandatory maximum sentence, served consecutively with seperate felony charges for unlawful entry and domestic terrorism. The risk for those that enter unlawfully should be terrifying and strike tremendous fear and dread in their hearts and minds. For those that do it legally, the bounty should be plentiful and rewarding. My family is filled with mixed-race marriages and racism is not a point of discussion here. I love Mexico and I am of Native American descent. The issue is degradation of our nation's sovereignity and the need for the rule of law and intelligent immigation law enforcement.

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Just discovered this chic and like her content. It's a bit dry, but she is really level-headed. Subbed to her channel.

 

Glad I saw this. I have been a fan of the CoD franchise and was looking forward to acquiring the new Modern Warfare, but there is no way I will consider it after seeing the filth and controversy it is promoting.

 

Welp... no more support for anyone on Patreon from this fellow. May they burn in hell for eternity.

Exploitation of children and supporting, even protecting, those that do is just going too far.

 

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7 hours ago, Etern4l said:

 

Didn't watch the whole video, but seems like those guys are anti-Ukraine?

 

 

Hmm. Weird, I didn't get that at all. Seemed more biased toward Russia to me. Not really anti-anything, just information about what is taking place.

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Now this is really crazy. I am definitely going to explore this the next time I need to fix something that is broken.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Etern4l said:

 

Same thing. A common theme in right-wing circles in Europe too. How can they justify a bias towards the gangster state? 

In my opinion that is a conditioned response because of the numbness of thought the left's droning over utter baloney has created. I think the material they are reporting on is slanted that way, not necessarily the people presenting it. The people presenting it are conservative and more reliably report unvarnished info rather than spin on an agenda, and sometimes the unvarnish truth is offensive. (TBH I always find the liberal woke agenda offensive, on top of being a misrepresentation of info, LOL.) The Ukrainian government is far from what I would view as righteous or angelic, but they're not nearly as messed up as Russian government. Information needs to be reported accurately even when we don't like what we see and hear, or find it offensive or immoral, or seemingly hateful. The mainstream news outlets are never straight about anything with their viewers or listeners. Everything they do is geared toward opinion control and manipulation.

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8 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Now this is really crazy. I am definitely going to explore this the next time I need to fix something that is broken.

 

 

 

That is pretty amazing!. Also most people already have baking soda and super glue stored somewhere in their homes.

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13 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

In my opinion that is a conditioned response because of the numbness of thought the left's droning over utter baloney has created. I think the material they are reporting on is slanted that way, not necessarily the people presenting it. The people presenting it are conservative and more reliably report unvarnished info rather than spin on an agenda, and sometimes the unvarnish truth is offensive. (TBH I always find the liberal woke agenda offensive, on top of being a misrepresentation of info, LOL.) The Ukrainian government is far from what I would view as righteous or angelic, but they're not nearly as messed up as Russian government. Information needs to be reported accurately even when we don't like what we see and hear, or find it offensive or immoral, or seemingly hateful. The mainstream news outlets are never straight about anything with their viewers or listeners. Everything they do is geared toward opinion control and manipulation.

 

Perhaps you can skip some of the adjectives? Same content, but will make for an easier/quicker read. A humble request :) Due to time pressure I was unable to watch the whole thing, but some of it looked a bit fake.  What are the sources of the information? Does this YTer have his own reporters on the ground? Given we are in a sea of fake news and video clips, there is no credibility as far as I could see.

 

My take on this is that the mainstream media (in the US in particular, since you have almost no oversight over media w.r.t. veracity and impartiality) may skew information through editing and suppression, but what they do report should be reasonably factual (at least that's true in the UK, where otherwise there would be a wave of public complaints to the regulator, investigations, fines etc.). In contrast, the alternative outlets seem to be taking more liberties. A rather extreme example would be AJ and his claims of a major school shooting being a hoax.

 

As for the far right, at least across the pond, there have been several instances of them provably taking money from or having close links with Russia (in the UK, France and Italy) - often the links are actually completely overt, many of those figures are outspoken supporters. This kind of funding/support makes total sense as as an anti-Western strategy, it's consistent with the playbook, and VP has been getting an excellent return on his investment aimed at fracturing and hopefully at some point blowing up the West he has hated his whole life. There is no better way to get countries/regions to self-destruct than by inciting division, extremism, and political polarisation - the history (recent included) is very clear on that, and obviously, by its very nature, democracy is very vulnerable to this. People who support that agenda are (rarely) active conspirators/assets, and most commonly just UIs. 

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America belongs to Americans. It's absolutely horrible news for hardworking taxpayers that can't afford to pay their own bills much less support people coming here to further leech off the system. We have laws in place and we have a constitution both need to be followed to a tee. The lawlessness and lunacy needs to stop. The borders need to be sealed and people need to enter the right way, or not at all. They need to be self-supporting, not dependent on taxpayer-funded public support. Otherwise, they're not welcome here, and neither is the added burden their presence creates. Those who have come here the right way and followed all the rules are the strongest supporters of this point of view. 

you mean USA belongs to USA people last time i checked the map america is the north central and south of the country. 

 

8 states were stolen from mexico.  

 

i was crossed illegally when i was a child. we never leeched we never ask for support we never asked for wellware. all the support we had was my mothers hands and will to support us up until now she still is working nearly 80 yrs old. i have nothing to say about USA i lived there all my family are hardworking people. i behave as a good citizen. the USA was my home and am grateful all the years i lived there. now i live in mexico.

 

we also see immigrants here i have 0 income but when i do have money i help them. i dont care how they entered i only care for them to behave. the only thing that i get mad at is when they dont respect our border patrol. or our authorities. in the southern border they have stoned our authorities they have used weapons like wood or metal pipes. 

i dont always judge people there are reasons why people migrate. in any aspect i always put myslf in their shoes. not all are born with privileges like people born in the USA

 

On 12/20/2022 at 9:04 AM, Mr. Fox said:

I want legal immigration to flourish and I believe the diversity makes us a better nation, but the open borders merely brings the slum and scum to us. The crime and poverty that is ruining their countries is not our problem and yet we make it our problem by allowing it to enter here freely... which is absolutely insane. They need to check their "culture" at the border. If you want to be an American, you embrace the culture here, follow our laws,speak our language and contribute to America remaining a great and powerful nation.

you think i am scum.?  thats another thing i never generalized anything. theres good and bad people everywhere.

 

so say you are a militar and i cross the border would you shoot me. ? or back when i did crossed like i said i was brought there as a child would you shoot my parents and family.? 

 

 

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you mean USA belongs to USA people last time i checked the map america is the north central and south of the country. 

 

8 states were stolen from mexico.  

 

i was crossed illegally when i was a child. we never leeched we never ask for support we never asked for wellware. all the support we had was my mothers hands and will to support us up until now she still is working nearly 80 yrs old. i have nothing to say about USA i lived there all my family are hardworking people. i behave as a good citizen. the USA was my home and am grateful all the years i lived there. now i live in mexico.

 

we also see immigrants here i have 0 income but when i do have money i help them. i dont care how they entered i only care for them to behave. the only thing that i get mad at is when they dont respect our border patrol. or our authorities. in the southern border they have stoned our authorities they have used weapons like wood or metal pipes. 

i dont always judge people there are reasons why people migrate. in any aspect i always put myslf in their shoes. not all are born with privileges like people born in the USA

 

you think i am scum.?  thats another thing i never generalized anything. theres good and bad people everywhere.

 

so say you are a militar and i cross the border would you shoot me. ? or back when i did crossed like i said i was brought there as a child would you shoot my parents and family.? 

 

 

 

Personalizing this seems kind of silly, bro. My family is composed of marriages from a wide variety of ethnic origins, including people from Mexico.  Most of my best friends are not white. In all cases those family and friends that I love dearly are American... US Americans to be crystal clear. They are committed to the success and security of the United States first and foremost, and then US allies. They haven't forgotten their roots, but they are US citizens and that is their culture now, and they renounce the idiotic woke left "culture" that seeks to replace traditional values, degrade the traditional family, and erode patriotism and replace that with an unconventional and nefarious "globalist" agenda that values everything that is anti-US Americanism. They do not claim to be "entitled" and they do not believe that lawlessness is acceptable, or that lawbreakers are entitled to anything. They have no right to be here. They are criminals and should be treated as such. Some are decent people, but their entry being illegal makes them lawbreakers, and punishment and deportation are appropriate.

 

Assuming you are an adult now, what happened when you were a kid isn't the same as what is happening now and to pretend it is the same shows both a lack of understanding and support for continuance of the problem. The influx of terrorist and cartels, human trafficing and drug trade were not status quo at the time unless you are still in high school. I don't think anything bad about you and if your entry as a child wasn't kosher or legal, and your family did the right thing after their arrival, the past is in the past now.  There are a lot of good, hard-working, honest and kind people entering the US illegally. There are just as many, or more, that are not. It was a different world back then. It wasn't right then and it is not right now, but the wave needs to stop and if the use of force is necessary, so be it. We cannot, and should not, financially, physically or morally support the uncontrolled influx of millions of illegal migrants.

 

When you actually look at the numbers and stop paying attention to the rhetoric from the media, it is staggering and absolutely cause for alarm and drastic measures unless a person is brain-dead. The year before last was already bad, and illegal migration at the southern border doubled in 2021... shameful and unacceptable... yet, Mr. Mayorkas has the audacity to tell us the border is secure... both absurd and dishonest.

https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2021/11/09/whats-happening-at-the-u-s-mexico-border-in-7-charts/ft_21-11-01_mexicoborder_2/

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But, but 2022 is off the charts and 2023 will be even more devastating unless swift and decisive action occurs. Notice how few are family units and unaccompanied minors versus single adult individuals. The deniers of truth only want to talk about the fringe outliers like the "children in cages" that was never talked about when Obama was allowing it, nor do they talk about how minuscule that number is in the grand scheme of things because the facts are a distracting narrative that do not incite the kind of irrational emotion that works well for advancing their open-border agenda. 

https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/southwest-land-border-encounters

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We need to do whatever is necessary to seal our borders (north and south) and block illegal immigration. It should be extremely difficult to enter without authority and there should be punishment for those that do so given our current state of health, social and economic conditions. We should all support legal immigration. I know I do. If those coming here bring value and offer something useful to citizens, I am all for it if they do it legally. Otherwise, they don't belong here and should be stopped, processed as a felon, and swiftly deported to whatever their nation of origin is. If they are claiming political asylum, it needs to be proven by fact and circumstance rather than allowed to stand as an illegitimate excuse.

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