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Spinachcat:
An excellent article examining the utter shame and weakness behind Americans' moronic response to the laughable COVID-19 Shamdemic. May all who pushed the Covidiot nonsense suffer endlessly for their crimes against humanity, in this world and the next. 
https://noqreport.com/2022/07/17/the-lockdowns-unearthed-american-cultural-rot/



Shasarak:
It makes me wonder if Mark Oshinskie has ever met real people before?

HappyDaze:
That's your idea of an excellent article, but it looks like a load of hyped-up shit to me. There are some points in it I can agree with, but the presentation is meant more to entertain than to inform. Hilariously, it's an example of the same bullshit it claims is the problem.

SHARK:

--- Quote from: Spinachcat on July 17, 2022, 12:39:11 PM ---An excellent article examining the utter shame and weakness behind Americans' moronic response to the laughable COVID-19 Shamdemic. May all who pushed the Covidiot nonsense suffer endlessly for their crimes against humanity, in this world and the next. 
https://noqreport.com/2022/07/17/the-lockdowns-unearthed-american-cultural-rot/

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Greetings!

An excellent article, brother! The article is spot-on with everything. America is full of fat, helpless, frightened sheep that expect and demand that everyone else bow the fuck down and conform to their pathetic herd. All the smarmy, cock-sucking Liberals so shrill and eager to lick the boot of the authoritarians in power, while gleefully fearmongering, shaming, and persecuting the brave few that had the courage to stand up and question the whole bullshit narrative.

Fucking sad and pathetic.

Fantastic article. The author zeroed-in on the entire mountain of huge cultural shit, corruption, weakness, and cowardice that our nation has become.

Semper Fidelis,

SHARK

Stephen Tannhauser:
I appreciate the point, but it seems the author could have gone through the article and replaced "Americans" with "humans in general" and it would still have been mostly true. And while some of it may come from cultural rot -- I do think that the functional adoption of materialism in the West has destroyed much of our culture's taste for risk -- other things are, I think, just inherent to human nature. Most humans are, and always have been, tribalist, peer-influenced, prone to privilege groupthink over critical analysis, and deeply reluctant to admit mistakes, especially if that will make them look foolish or cost them status or power.

I'm something of the reverse of the old Peanuts joke; I have a very high opinion of most individual people I've known -- it's humanity in general I look down on. (Myself included.)

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