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The Fallacies of Voting ID Opponents

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 13 2021 06:53 zulu

Oh the uninspired Fallacies of Voting ID Opponents - the simplicity of simple-minded PREVARICATORS, SO EASILY DEFEATED.

Since I was already writing, I spent - at most - 14-minutes imagining and drawing a voter identification process using existing, and free, federal requirements.

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categories: government | opinion | personal

conceits on the Self

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 12 2021 05:27 zulu

To the misfortunate reader suffering my conceits on the Self, I offer no apology that I am ALWAYS ebullient, even intoxicated, when I have left some sanctimonious collectivist to suffer paroxysms of red-faced outrage.More...

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categories: collectivism | individualism | opinion | personal | writing

The Thief in Chief Defines The Left

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 08 2021 03:23 zulu

THE THIEF IN CHIEF...

Must confess; although I am a political agnostic, this imbecile is the perfect representative of every quality that defines THE LEFT:

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categories: collectivism | government | opinion

Tantrum and revisionism are not awarded...

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on February 07 2021 03:48 zulu

The 'Newspeak' image below -  insanity - no, not a prop from the film '1984'; rather, the delusion of the Left, of Progressives - the continuance of their redistributive circle-jerk.

LIES are TRUTH, DIVERSITY is HOMOGENEITY, TOLERANCE is INTOLERANCE, and INCLUSION is SEGREGATION.

The Left has not yet understood: they intimidate no one, but amuse most. They cry louder yet hear only the echo of apathy... 

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categories: 3rdWaveFeminist | individualism | opinion | personal

Thirty-One Years This Month

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on February 02 2021 00:16 zulu

This month, married 31-years.

 

For the Worshippers of Absurdities, indulge my toxic alpha-malesplanation:

I have been engaged in a contractual gender binary campaign with the willing victim of my patriarchal oppression for 31 (count all your fingers three times, and on the fourth time, only your thumb) years.

I understand this must be soul-dispairing for the 'Social-Progressive', whose only devoted and true life-partner can be identified with the phrase, "... please raise your right hand..."

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categories: opinion | personal

This 4th of July - Burn the CCP Flag

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on January 19 2021 10:04 zulu

I cannot emphasize that the people of China deserve no animosity - with each interaction, I have been overwhelmed by the friendliness and courtesy of the Chinese people.

... the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on the other... the world ignores their oppression of Hong Kong, an offense the populace of Hong Kong will not forget.

So, I created this graphic for anyone to use. Purchase a cheap Chinese flag; symbol of the CCP, and on the 4th of July 2021, BURN IT as a message to the Chinese Communist Party:

"... continue your arrogance toward the United States and Hong Kong... first your flag & then YOU..."

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I Profoundly Abhor Communism

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on January 19 2021 09:16 zulu

A graphic I created while once again watching the film "V for Vendetta". I will not participate in discussions about Individualism and Communism; since the discussion would a nonsensical comparison between Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi and a latrine overflowing with faeces.

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Stephen King Is Quite An Accomplished Comedian

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on January 14 2021 08:50 zulu

I am quite excited, after I have finished the tome, to write about Stephen King's experiment in comedic absurdism. While "Danse Macabre" offered intriguing analyses of the horror genre, his work "On Writing" is overflowing with risible satire camouflaged as the "right way to write".More...

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PRESIDENT TRUMP TO SPEAK JANUARY 12TH 2021

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on January 12 2021 18:32 zulu

PRESIDENT TRUMP TO SPEAK JANUARY 12TH 2021

As I write, the date is January 12th 2021 10:16AM; and for five days the members of certain infamous forums have been auspicious, anticipatory and aggressive that President Donald Trump will soon deliver an address from Texas - that I suspect will be more redress - during which the larceny of an election will be announced a failure...

... and the Seventh Seal will be broken by QAnon as their voices sound "Trust the Plan".

 

THEIR ASSERTION: "CREDIBLE"; if not authoritative, sources have revealed that during the impending January 12th disclosure President Trump WILL - absolutely WILL:More...

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categories: government | opinion

CAN 'BIG TECH' BAN FREE SPEECH

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on January 12 2021 16:13 zulu

CAN 'BIG TECH' BAN FREE SPEECH?

I despise the State, that is to write Government, with an unyielding malevolence; and will never submit to this worship of government as paternal guardian.

But these actions do not violate the First Amendment -

Since the January 6th 2021 protests, less than one day into which 'intrepid patriots' abandoned all courage to run away, the most influential social media platforms - collectively 'BIG TECH' - have banned President Trump: Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Spotify, Twitch, Shopify and Stripe.More...

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categories: government | opinion | rights

Time Is Far More Dispassionate Predator Than Men Like Bezos

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on January 12 2021 10:31 zulu

I have never understood men as Jeff Bezos. They pass through life with the conviction that influence and control will stay inexorable Mortality.

 

Yet as I read various chronicles of history, people like Bezos are forgotten; and of the very few remembered, their names are mere trivia, and their accomplishments nothing more than a few unread and insignificant passages within some decayed book.

 

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categories: opinion | personal

Hey Left, thanks for the idea

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on December 05 2020 13:00 zulu

Hey Lefties... thanks for the Idea! (made this so no rights worries)

 

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categories: government | opinion | personal

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