“Take it back”….Take what back? What is “it”?

Nittany Ned2

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An interesting interview.

FWIW, since the ‘08-‘09 crash I have been constantly reading about how people are not saving enough or cannot save enough, lack of preparation for retirement, financial fragility, wage stagnation, etc etc. and every time I come back to the conclusion that at some point, people will lose their shit and rather than look at their own actions/inactions the response will invariably be “my life sucks, who did this to me?”

“Who moved my ****ing cheese!”

This is definitely a ingredient in the shit storm that is brewing.
 

Nittany Ned2

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Still worried about one riot when you ignored a few hundred SJW riots?
Of course, “but what about the SJW riots?” Another ingredient is the age old fear/anger directed at “Hippies”, “******s and “Homos”. They just don’t know their place.


They are another reason why “my life sucks”.

I knew someone would allude to it pretty quickly.

PS- Let’s not forget women and foreigners.

LOL!
 
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jjw165

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Of course, another ingredient is the age old fear/anger directed at “Hippies”, “******s and “Homos”. They just don’t know their place.


They are another reason why “my life sucks”.

I knew someone allude to it pretty quickly.

PS- Let’s not forget women and foreigners.

LOL!
I have no idea what that means.
BTW, how are 1/6 hearings going? I haven’t heard anything in awhile. Did they take a recess?
 

BW Lion

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FWIW, since the ‘08-‘09 crash I have been constantly reading about how people are not saving enough or cannot save enough, lack of preparation for retirement, financial fragility, wage stagnation, etc etc. and every time I come back to the conclusion that at some point, people will lose their shit and rather than look at their own actions/inactions the response will invariably be “my life sucks, who did this to me?”

“Who moved my ****ing cheese!”

This is definitely a ingredient in the shit storm that is brewing.
Don't come crying to me when you need assistance.
 

PSUEngineer89

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An interesting interview.

FWIW, since the ‘08-‘09 crash I have been constantly reading about how people are not saving enough or cannot save enough, lack of preparation for retirement, financial fragility, wage stagnation, etc etc. and every time I come back to the conclusion that at some point, people will lose their shit and rather than look at their own actions/inactions the response will invariably be “my life sucks, who did this to me?”

“Who moved my ****ing cheese!”

This is definitely a ingredient in the shit storm that is brewing.
Ahhh, I see.

You fools have total control, and made everything turn to crap for 2.5 years now.

But rather than admit your midwit abilities have destroyed us, you blame the people.

That’s pretty appropriate for today’s “leadership”

And to directly answer the question: Take back the culture.
 

m.knox

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Funny, you are one of the assholes that I wrote this for.

LOL!

You really ought to be more concerned about the totalitarian behavior of your very own party.

They are trying to eliminate words from our vocabulary to force their worldview on society. Words like "man" and "woman" for example. Who knew Orwell was foretelling the future of the democratic party?

The term newspeak was coined by George Orwell in his 1949 anti-utopian novel 1984. In Orwell's fictional totalitarian state, Newspeak was a language favored by the minions of Big Brother and, in Orwell's words, "designed to diminish the range of thought." Newspeak was characterized by the elimination or alteration of certain words, the substitution of one word for another, the interchangeability of parts of speech, and the creation of words for political purposes. The word has caught on in general use to refer to confusing or deceptive bureaucratic jargon.

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  1. relating to a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state.
 

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