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Infidel Dog

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  1. 23 minutes ago, CrakHoBarbie said:

    Therapists have found that transphobia is born of an actual attraction to trans folks. "Homophobia is apparently associated with homosexual arousal that the homophobic individual is either unaware of or denies." 

    So, the question is how long have you known about your attraction to homosexuals? 

    See the peer reviewed articles that supports my contention below.



    Well, as long as we're calling names, if you're supporting Rachel in supporting puberty blocking drugs and snipping breasts or penises or what he/she calls "gender affirming care" you're a psycho weirdo.

    BTW where did you get the idea that all Trans are homosexuals? Actually there's a movement now by actual homosexuals to have the T removed from LGBTQ. Those lesbians and homosexuals no longer want to be associated with them.

  2. 5 hours ago, Hodad said:

    Holy crap. Biden must have totally invented this special extralegal appointment to spite you, personally.

    OR, nearly everyone who holds that job becomes a direct commissioned officer in the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps with an automatic rank in that service as a 4-star Admiral.  

    No. He didn't invent it, but he did invent Levine as an Admiral in it. Levine didn't work his way up through the ranks of Public Health Service Commission. The wokeists behind the Biden regime had him slipped through Senate hearings as Assistant Secretary of Health then 7 months later it was like whoever's in charge of the Biden regime said, "Hey Rachel, how'd like to drive the traditionalists even more crazy," and poof he/she's an Admiral.

  3. Speaking of "radical" though...

    Did you hear Biden made that freak Levine some sort of special Admiral? That's not just radical, it's an insult to real admirals. 

    I thought opening the border to 5 million invaders was kind of radical.

    As is the new "woke" military. More affirmative action, minority generals. More women. More trannies. I can see China quaking in its boots.

    The radical over reaction to the pandemic stopped being understandable at a point and started to look more like a radical attempt to see how far they could go to reshape society. The data trickled out showing they were making mistakes and they didn't just ignore it, they censored it. That was radical.

    Government working with social media to censor news that might favor the opposition was radical. Illegal even.

    There's more radical, globalist-left, crazy-think, of course but that's enough to make the point. I'd love to tell you why pushing global warming as an existential threat is radical politics not science but off we'd go down that rabbit hole with the climate cultists who want to call all heretics to their new religion "deniers."

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  4. 2 hours ago, Hodad said:

    At this point I'm convinced you're just trolling me. When you look at the damn graph, you don't see the skyrocketing production starting 2009-ish? Domestic oil production fell for over 30 years, but under the Obama administration it started booming. That boom continued for most of Trump's term and then crashed for reasons discussed. There was no crash during Biden's term, it has grown dramatically. Just open your eyes and look at the graph. ANY graph. This is one I have shared and Legato shared. This one is current through last week.


    Actually this is the first time I've seen the one you tell me you've shared with Legato.

    This one:


    It pretty much shows what I said. Except when you go way back like that what you see is oil production rising during Obama's term from the cellar he found them in to the peak levels of the 70s. The dip from the continuous rise in 2020 was when Biden took over and shut everything down.

    And here's why (from EIA):

    "Historically, crude oil production had been declining in the US in the 80s and 90s, but began a precipitous rise in 2010-2018 due to new methods in extracting oil like hydraulic fracturing."

    But it rose to new levels during Trump. And rose even further due to Trump deregulation and opening of previously closed lands.

    When Biden took over it was confusing where he stood on Fracking but he wrote down there would be no new fracking. Recently he's come out for and said he never was against it. So that's what the little downturn then return is to the peak he inherited is about. 

    Trump did not inherit a peak from Obama. He inherited a rise to an old 70s peak due to oil companies adoption of fracking techniques.

    And don't tell me to ignore my lying eyes about the Saudis flooding the market with oil going into the pandemic, and Biden having to open the strategic oil reserves because of shortages, and beg cap in hand to Arabia and Venezuela for more oil from them. WE know he did that and we know Trump didn't because we saw it happen or not happen. You can debate wonky little data bites and bafflegab it until the cows come home, we saw that happen and we remember when oil was cheap during the Trump years and we notice that it isn't today.

  5. 2 hours ago, Hodad said:

    When I said "See above" I was referring to the post directly above my reply to you. I'll quote it again here, but this info has been shared multiple times on the forum. 

    You and @Nationalist are factually incorrect in a huge way. How can you possibly claim that oil companies produced less oil? How are we having this conversation while you are looking at charts and data that make these facts plain. 

    Biden (or any POTUS) tapped the reserve in an attempt to ease the pain of domestic gas prices because he can't wave a wand and change a global market prices, but he can release SPR directly to our refineries. And it did ease prices.

    You are *sort of* correct that Biden inherited accelerating oil production. So did Trump. Domestic oil production has been on a tear since the early Obama administration--and guess what, none of those presidents had much to do with it. But despite a macro trend for accelerating production, the industry was hugely disrupted by the pandemic (and then later by the war in Russia). So on a macro chart it looks like Biden inherited accelerating production.

    But if you zoom in a bit on that macro chart you can see that production took a huge hit in the pandemic. The market was so chaotic that Trump and other major producers struck a deal to dramatically cut production. Do you guys not remember what was happening in 2020 when oil was basically worthless? Producers were actually paying firms to store oil that they didn't want to sell at huge losses? It was so unprofitable to produce oil that companies were going out of business left and right and sites were being mothballed to avoid running at a loss. Any of this familiar? The market demanded dramatic cuts in production, but Trump's deal also helped to control the crash for a softer landing. Global production was very low. But as the pandemic eased (under Biden) demand came back faster than production. Production is not a switch that can be flipped. Those failed producers don't just come back to life and the surviving producers don't invest in re-starting paused sites until the have some confidence in sustained demand. Production must be nurtured and coaxed back with high prices--which we all paid. 

    Outside of special circumstances, presidents just aren't that relevant, despite what the fools putting stickers on gas pumps imagine. I don't intend for anyone to give credit to Biden for robust domestic production, but he also didn't prevent it. The same is true of the high prices.  I just want to inject some reality. You can't rationally say he that Biden's long-term stance on energy drove up prices while domestic production is soaring. You can't rationally claim that he destroyed our energy independence when we are producing at near-record levels. Those are nonsense claims contradicted by real world facts. 


    What you describe can be seen on Legato's chart. But no, it does not show Trump inheriting any kind of rise in oil production from Obama like Biden inherited from Trump.

    I do remember what happened in 2020. The Saudi's had been engaged in a price war with Russian and had been flooding the market. This went into the pandemic and left the world with a glut in oil.

    The idea energy independence during the Trump years doesn't matter is wordplay bafflegab. Yes, energy independence simply means more exporting and the importing. An online progressive fact check will tell you therefore it doesn't actually matter.

    In reality why aren't we still doing it?

    Joe had to go into the strategic oil reserves. Trump didn't. Biden had to go to the Saudi's cap in hand begging for an oil production increase. Trump didn't. Towards the end he was trying to get them to cut back. 

    Trump cut regulations and opened reserved lands. Oil production increased. That was not left over magic from the Obama years. The moment Joe took power he put a stop to all Trump energy policies. Oil prices rose. Production took an immediate dump but now it is rising again approaching Trump levels.

    Things rise and fall in steps. They rose drastically during the Trump years took a small dump when Biden took power and currently they are leveling high where Trump put them. Much as a drastic rise in global temperatures happened during the 1998 Super El Nino then temperatures leveled high and still are. It happens.

    But as Nationalist said prices are still higher than what they were during the Trump years. That's what people see and no amount of Proggish bafflegab will make them stop seeing it.



  6. It's not necessary to prove the 2020 election was fraudulent to offer overwhelming evidence it was rigged.

    Absolute proof of fraud may not even be possible since the Progressives have hijacked legislative structure.

    But yeah, Zuckerbucks, pandemic lawfare changing election law, collusion between government and social media etc.

    It was rigged.

    Was it also fraudulent. Probably, but the courts will never allow that to be proven. See the Arizona mid-terms for support of that one.

    That one's not over yet but it's doubtful the cheated candidates of Arizona will ever get a fair trial.


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  7. 10 hours ago, Hodad said:

    Yes, it is way up. See above. 

    Not sure what you're talking about.

    Are you talking about your link where they talk about how oil profits are up? Profits and production are not the same thing. The price of oil skyrocketed and they invested less. Joe made sure there was less to invest in. So yeah the oil companies made out like bandits. But they produced less not more. It they were pumping out the fuel to record limits like you suggest why would Joe have to empty out the emergency reserve?

    Or are you talking about Legato's graph?


    Maybe we read graphs differently but the way I read that one Joe inherited an amazing rise in oil production. He did not create it.

  8. 46 minutes ago, Infidel Dog said:

    Oh and speaking of logical fallacies, I love that stuff. I notice you didn't want to name the one you're accusing me of. 

    Go ahead, name it. Let's see how big an expert you really are.

    I'll even help you, Mikey. Would you like to go with this one:


    I couldn't remember the name of it so I had to look it up. I call it Lassoing.

    Will that do?

    I hope so because I'd like to make it famous. It's the left's favourite trick. The parameters don't quite catch what I'm talking about once you stop pretending you don't understand I'm talking about a projected possibility based on real life examples and not claiming that projection as existing fact.


  9. 25 minutes ago, Michael Hardner said:

    1. Your exhaustive and exhausting imagination should not be deployed to drift a thread into "what possibly could be done by future scary people or evil Trudeau".  Let's ban staplers because .. my god can you imagine ?

    Try posting without a logical fallacy sometime. 

    And your Net Nannying is getting tedious.

    Wrong-speakers being arrested for saying the wrong thing will be moved to the internet soon then quietly managed and arrested as offences when nobody is looking. It's already happening without a digital ID in the UK. Imagine when they get one.

    Using the Christian speech as wrong-think example, we saw 3 more examples in Alberta during the scamdemic. Go ahead, ask for the cite. We both know you'll be watching video of an Alberta reverend being pulled out of his car into a waiting police car. These are the kinds of things Digital ID will facilitate. It won't be so messy and much broader is the only difference That's the point you continue to pretend you don't get.

    Others see it though, no matter how much you think you can net nanny them away from believing their lying eyes.

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  10. 22 hours ago, Hodad said:

    The price of fuel is up. So is domestic production--way up.

    Is it? Is domestic production of fuel up--way up?

    Then why was America energy independent during Trump's Time in office but during Biden's he's hat in hand to Venezuela and kissing the rings of Arabian Sheiks begging to send more.

    Even by Legato's graph which seems to indulge in a little creative graphing at the end (which I'm told is common. To tail a graph upwards at the end.) it looks like whatever increase there is, is Biden is making statistical hay off Trump's increases.

  11. 3 hours ago, Michael Hardner said:

    1. This has zero to do with Digital IDs.
    2. The student in question was banned from campus, which is why they were arrested.
    3. You can't provide cogent criticism of policy if you are so easily triggered by every issue that you barf all over a thread with unrelated complaints.  Try to focus, is my suggestion.

    It has everything to do with what Digital IDs will eventually be used for. That was the point. Go ahead, pretend you missed it.

    Try banning an LGBTQ student for saying LGBTQ things and see if the police come to arrest him.


  12. You know who Digital IDs will one day be weaponized to protect us from?

    People like 16 year old Josh Alexander:


    That Canada is becoming less tolerant comes as no surprise, but even so a Catholic high school getting one of their 16-year-old students arrested is a bit of a shock, especially when the heart of the issue is his religious beliefs.

    Josh, a Christian, believes there are only two genders, that people can’t switch genders, and that male students shouldn’t use girls’ washrooms. But expressing those views in a classroom discussion on gender at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Renfrew, Ont., got him suspended.

    “I walked into one of my classes. I sat down and everyone looked pretty surprised to see me there. Within two minutes the vice-principal was in the classroom asking me to leave,” Alexander said of his attempt to reenter the school this week, adding that he was met with police almost immediately after leaving class."



    Except the middle man in the future won't be some Prog wokey teacher who somehow scammed a position in a Catholic school.

    It will be the legally required reporting of an infraction to a central data base that will be alerted by a digital ID. The consequences will be more certain and there will be consequences. Even if it's just 10 points against his social credit score.

  13. Yeah, this:


    Canadians might soon see a proposal for a quasi-judicial system to regulate the internet, in order to keep us from experiencing mental, emotional, psychological and social harm. If that sounds like an effort to treat adults like children, that’s because it is.

    is not a Digital ID issue.

    However...in order for the centralized database connected to Digital ID to envelop all governmental and private entities they must establish there are evils to protect the simple-minded populace from. That's step 1. That's what this wants to do.

    Stop it at step 1 and Digital ID is not a problem. Apparently Mikey doesn't like that. So he's flexing his internet nanny muscles. Telling you he doesn't want you discussing it. Those arms are less impressive than you think Mikey. Large issues encourage multiple topics on internet forums all the time.

    Hands up. Who wants Mikey deciding which ones you're allowed to discuss?

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  14. Forget about cites. You know the image that's frozen in mine and many others' heads?

    Trudeau at the podium telling us why he's freezing bank accounts and Chrystia Freeland nodding like a dashboard bobblehead in the background.

    But we didn't see that, right? Because I won't jump the fence for you and wrestle with the metaphorical pig. "You just get dirty and the pig likes it."

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