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Civil war analysis

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Civil war analysis

Post by Cornfed » August 18th, 2019, 2:53 am

Here John Mark shows that the American grassroots right could bring the evil Washington regime to its knees any time they want. Aside from bringing this happy event forward, the focus should be on making sure sensible things get done after winning such as getting rid of blacks, taking women’s rights away, punishing all the traitors etc. In particular, there should be plans to resist disarmament of the civilian population. Waiting until the pigs come to take your guns and then trying to resist individually will not cut the mustard.

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Re: Civil war analysis

Post by flowerthief00 » August 18th, 2019, 9:44 pm

This was actually a rather fascinating watch. (your list of "sensible things" aside)

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