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Some Pre-Made Stock Responses

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 21 2020 09:08 zulu

When dealing with triggered snowflakes & the enraged outraged on social media platforms, I decided taking more than a few seconds in response would be a waste of my time; so, I created a series of "stock responses" to post instead.

I tried to write responses original to me, based on the images I found.

 

A few of them are:

 

 

 

 

 

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categories: opinion | personal | rights

The LEFT'S version of free speech

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 20 2020 09:00 zulu

Google and Twitter censoring speech and locking the accounts of all dissenting from the LEFTIST doctrine - Bill Gates citing free speech as a problem to be restrained - well, I made a graphic expressing the LEFT'S version of FREE SPEECH.

Bill Gates' quote:

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categories: government | opinion | personal | rights

One of my personal doctrines of leadership

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 17 2020 10:24 zulu

One of my personal doctrines of leadership is:

 

Within a team, the leader is not there to control others; rather, the leader is there to ensure the team has the opportunities to do their best.

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categories: opinion | professional | leading

My updated poster for Carpenter's THEY LIVE

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 14 2020 13:17 zulu

Just finished watching Carpenter's "They Live", and decided to create my own updated version of the movie poster.

The movie poster I found...

 

The one I created:More...

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categories: collectivism | opinion | personal

The LEFT are keeping Lists

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 14 2020 10:07 zulu

In Headlines this November 2020:

"While Joe Biden preaches peace, his Democratic comrades make lists to punish Trump supporters during his presidency"

 

So, I quickly made a poster for that "LIST".

 

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My political compass reveals leadership style

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 13 2020 16:16 zulu

I have never been concerned with others knowing my political compass; since, I believe the most effective leaders to be libertarian - sincerely, others could do no better than a libertarian in a position of authority.

 

I believe that my Leadership Style and Values must be common among libertarians:

>    Leads by example; not claims or assertions ('trust me')

>    Neither authoritarian nor manipulative

>    Concerned with solutions; not blame

>    Leads others; no interest in controling others

>    Will NOT micro-manage or surveille - the team must be trusted

>    No hesitation to speak opinion with complete sincerity

>    Judges personal success by success of employees and team members

>    Egalitarian work environment More...

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categories: personal | professional | leading

Response I made to Claims of no Voter Fraud

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 13 2020 15:02 zulu

The response I made to the specious CLAIMS of no election fraud.

 

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categories: leftist tech | government | opinion

Twitter Judged My 10-minute Work TOO REALISTIC

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 13 2020 14:44 zulu

One of my works of 1st Amendment political satire had to do with the current (Nov 12th 2020) controversy over Target Stores BANNING books reported for violating CORRECT SPEECH!

So... I quickly found an image, and over 10-minutes made this criticism of Target, complete with the Target logo...

Twitter banned me in a matter of SECONDS (later reversed) claiming my work was considered too realistic.

 

I present (the German means: POLITICAL CORRECTNESS FOR THE CUSTOMERS)

The small version...

 

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categories: leftist tech | opinion | rights

What if Toobin is offered a book deal to tell his story

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 12 2020 15:19 zulu

While reading the Mass Media announcement that Jeffrey Toobin has been fired after exposing himself on a Zoom meeting; I thought:

 

What if Toobin is offered a book deal to tell his story... would it be a POP-UP book?

And...

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categories: government | opinion | personal

If Trump wins the contested 2020 Election...

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 12 2020 09:22 zulu

If Trump wins the contested 2020 Election... Larger Image More...

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categories: collectivism | government | opinion

What might the Biden-Harris Team's first day bring

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 12 2020 02:32 zulu

As the Election 2020 ballots are verified, there remains a possibility - though I doubt President Trump will prevail - that the Biden/Harris team claimed the "WINNER" title rather too precipitously. 

If only! Well... This is a satire piece I created of what might the Biden/Harris Team's first day have brought. One can dream; even, if improbable.

 

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categories: government | opinion | personal

Satire

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 11 2020 12:09 zulu

When I saw the photo, I could not resist making some satirical changes...

 

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categories: collectivism | government | opinion

My response to Twitter's Election Warnings

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 11 2020 09:43 zulu

My response to Twitter placing a warning on any disagreement about the election results

Illustration I made of Twitter's actual claims (inset on the blackboard) and my added commentary in chalk.

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categories: leftist tech | government | opinion

What the? Familiar background.

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 11 2020 05:08 zulu

What the? Familiar background. More...

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categories: personal | web development

The MEDIA has no authority to decide an election.

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 15:59 zulu

YouTube labels any expression of dissent with: "The AP has called the Presidential race for Joe Biden", which is itself a contested race somwhere between 'JACK' and "SHIT'.

The 'MEDIA' - AP, CNN, MSNBC, ad nauseum - has no more authority to 'CALL' an election than your 13-toed, 5-toothed drunk uncle.

 

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categories: leftist tech | google | government | opinion

Why no Kamala Memes?

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 14:01 zulu

So... why have I not created more Kamala memes?

 

Simple.

 

She is a joke whose reflection is a far better punch line than any the mind of man could create.

- L. Nicholas

 

... actually, she is not worth the time & expense of imagination.

 

 

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categories: collectivism | government | opinion

Graphic satire created in Photoshop

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 13:51 zulu

Made this while watching 'Mimic' - L. Nicholas

 

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categories: collectivism | leftist tech | government | opinion

My MEMEs on Leftism - 331

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 12:53 zulu

My MEMEs on Leftism - 331

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categories: collectivism | leftist tech | government | personal

My MEMEs on Leftism - 372

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 10 2020 12:50 zulu

My MEME on Leftism - 372

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categories: collectivism | leftist tech | government | opinion

VOTER FRAUD? No fraud here, come on man

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 09 2020 00:18 zulu

 

VOTER FRAUD? No fraud here, come on man!

Yet Another MEME I Created

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 09 2020 00:17 zulu

Yet Another MEME I created to release some repressed outrage

Another MEME I Created

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 09 2020 00:15 zulu

Another MEME I Created to expel some repressed rage...

I present the Republican'ts, Conservatives and Libertarians

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 08 2020 23:45 zulu

I present our Nation's Proudly Passive Republican'ts, Conservatives and Libertarians...

 

... yeah, rights are definately not worth missing television...

 

 

it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 08 2020 23:34 zulu

I am told, "You CANNOT oppose the U.S. Government".

 

So, at what point did that stop being a RIGHT?

 

After all, the text of the U.S. Declaration of Independence seems to omit, "JUST THIS ONE TIME" when declaring, "... it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it..." as if such a Right extended into perpetuity.

 

Seditious, treasonous, subversive... perhaps to them unaware that these condemnations are duplicity; when in truth, throughout documented history authoritarian rule has always first proscribed that which threatens state or monarchical rule over the populace. Freedom and Liberty conceal no such fear.

 

Then again, the same document; that emphasized as incontrovertible each citizen's Right "...to alter or to abolish...", is also unequivocal about "UNALIENABLE RIGHTS" and consider how well that decree has been honored...More...

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categories: collectivism | leftist tech | government | rights

The U.S. Civil War, Part II the Conclusion

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on November 06 2020 02:41 zulu

Curious - to what extent do mass voter fraud, destruction of cities, and a stolen presidency justify civil war?

If the veritable will of the People, the vote of each citizen, perishes beneath the oppressive burden of election collusion and fraud - is this, then, not 'Taxation Without Representation'? Is this, then, not as the Founders prescribed '...whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends...'?

I am not attempting to agitate others' cowardice - calling upon civil war to drag the passive yet outraged masses from their La-Z-Boys to forfeit cable television and fantasy football for resistive action; no, not at all. The masses are and have always been verbally defiant when secured against privacy's bosom, yet reveal themselves to be sheep, obsequious and docile, in the presence of authority; a recreant herd all too ready to sacrifice their neighbors and family for promised security and coddling. 

Indisputably true considering documented history narrates - narrates to them with reading comprehension - that only a risible minority of colonists wanted to stand defiant against England, while the vaster majority preferred deferential subservience to the Monarchy.

Yes, the founding of the United States of America resulted from the action of a very few to liberate the undeserving many.

Election events subsequent the aggressions of the collective Leftists offer fascinating insight into the latent yet fomenting sentiment leading up to the first U.S., Civil War, and writing with sincerity, I believe no other resolution remains now and hereafter than bifurcation of a country. The cognitive, political and philosophical disparities have become oil and water. Neither compromise nor common ground remains. The Constitution has become too mutable and fragile to unite Individualists and Collectivists, Socialism and Capitalism, the Authoritarian and the Free.

I have analyzed the strategies and probabilities of such a conflict; although I could explain, for the reader I will simply write that in none does any government prevail against even a mere 2% of a population equal to that of the U.S.; yes, notwithstanding the advanced ordinance of a military, success is not possible against the smallest percentage of 331 million citizens, and any retaliation by a government would serve only to increase that percentage by logarithmic scale. The riots of these months passed expose the debility of an authoritarian regime against citizens passionate and motivated.

In my analyses, the United States now and hereafter is an inexorable subdivision into two autonomous nations; perhaps a socialist government united by centralized authority, which I would title the Federal States of America; and the other a free-market and libertarian unity among states titled the Sovereign States of America.

 

- L.Nicholas de Lioncourt, 4th November 2020

 

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categories: collectivism | government | personal | rights