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Dual Justice System

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Russia To Complete Infrastructure For Poseidon-Capable Nuclear Submarine Fleet By 2024

Russia’s TASS news agency reported this week that, according to the Russian Defense Ministry, infrastructure development plans for updated Pacific fleet nuclear submarine operations are set to be completed in early 2024.  Pacific operations, once considered a long neglected element of Russia’s navy, have been undergoing a revamp since 2015 under orders from the Kremlin.  The completion of base improvements coincides with the reported deployment of Russia’s new Poseidon super torpedoes, which were also commissioned in 2015.

Though TASS is often accused of acting as a propaganda platform for the Russian government, developments on the Poseidon torpedo are confirmed by multiple sources including the US Department of Defense and Congress.

The first delivery of Poseidon torpedoes was officially announced in January of 2023, and dummy rounds were tested in the arctic around the same time period.  The weapons, which some sources refer to as “terrifying Apocalypse torpedoes” are 65 ft long, though estimates greatly vary on the nuclear yield of the weapons.  Some experts argue the Poseidon could carry a 2 megaton warhead, others argue that it is capable of carrying up to a 100 megaton yield.  A 2 megaton warhead would be 100 times the explosive power of the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in WWII.

But what makes the Poseidon more dangerous than the average nuke?  Data on the device is limited, but the torpedoes are suspected to be a mixture of missile and drone technology.  They carry a nuclear powered propulsion engine and can travel 80 miles per hour underwater (making countermeasures difficult).  To give a sense of the speed, the average US nuclear submarine travels around 30 miles per hour (complete details are top secret), and the average US sub torpedo travels at around 57 miles per hour.  In other words, catching and killing a Poseidon torpedo would be almost impossible.  


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Alexander Dugin

We are the Empire, both as heirs of the monarchy and as successors of the USSR.

There is not and cannot be a neutral position in this war, there are only two camps. That is all. Anyone who hesitates or is undecided, sooner or later (I think much sooner than it seems) will be forced to take up arms and simply go to the front, and the front today is everywhere. It is impossible to bring this long, difficult and terrible war back to where it was before 24 February 2022, nor can it be stopped, it can only be won. Or it can still be consigned to human history. Then there are no winners. Death will win.

For now, the war. Which means we are still alive.

If you are not for SMO, you are not for Russia, you are not for the state, you are not for our people, then the time will come when you will have to kill Russians, destroy Russia as a state, blow up cars, houses and railway tracks, hide terrorists in your homes, be a gunner. There is no more security.

So it’s better to make a decision now, this applies to all Russians, but it also applies to the rest of the countries.

If you want to preserve sovereignty, it is consciously impossible under the aegis of the collective West, liberalism in International Relations denies sovereignty and only recognises World Government, i.e. Western hegemony, and for a multipolar world, where sovereignty is possible, you have to fight with the West, and that is what Russia is doing now. It is doing it for everyone.

This is what World War III is all about. Anyone who really cares about sovereignty must either side with us or give it up deliberately and forever and submit completely to the West, and the West is now at war with Russia and will force others to do the same.



What would Biden say to the people of the United States?

David DeGerolamo

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We deserve what is coming to us..Economic collapse, corruption, WW3…We sit when we should stand.

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President of Kenya tells his citizens to get out of the US dollar.

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Where Do You Stand?

Long-term trends on what Americans value, per the latest WSJ-NORC poll.


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How the World Views the West

A German walks into a bar and orders a fancy beer. The bartender tells him : “100 euros!” The German is shocked – “100 euros? yesterday it was only 10 euros !”

“Well, today it is 100 euros.”

“But why 100, damn it?”

Bar tender: “I’ll explain it,

-10 euros is the beer,

-10 to help Ukraine,

-20 assistance to European countries who have imposed sanctions and are not members of the

-20 euros in aid to the UK, for successful implementation of sanctions against Russia.

-Then 30 euros are sent to the Balkan countries as aid to buy furnace coal/keep their corrupt

and finally, 10 euros for a gas subsidy for the EU and fund to help maintain sanctions!”

The German silently with internal anger took out the money and gave the bartender 100 euros. The bartender took them, entered in the cash register and gave him 10 euros back. German in disbelief: “Wait, you said 100 euros, right? I gave you 100, why are you giving me back 10 euros?”

…There is no beer.”

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Quietly Watching

After civil unrest in Israel and strikes/shutdowns of Israeli facilities over the past few days, Netanyahu has backed off his plan to overhaul their judicial system. This comes at a time of crisis as Israel is facing a nuclear armed Iran.

What will the spark be in our country? We do not need a judicial overhaul because the Department of Justice is already a weaponized political instrument. We live in a two-tiered justice system but more importantly, we accept it. Just as we accept the results of fraudulent elections, financing bioweapons to make poisonous vaccines to generate profits and attacking our religion. I will stop the list here as most readers already know the long train of abuses and usurpations.

But the time is coming. I just wanted to point out that although protests may cause people to be incarcerated as political prisoners, we do outnumber them. And we are right, honor bound to fight evil and at some point, we will understand that there are some things worse than dying.

David DeGerolamo

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David Sacks: The Banking Crisis Is Even WORSE than You Think

h/t Matt Bracken on Gab

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What doest thou here, Elijah?

When you begin to question everything, you can get lost in the weeds. What do I do, when do I do, how do I do, Everything is in ruin and I AM ALONE.

The pity party that happens when you watch the flames begin to lick the foundation of human civilization is hard for us to comprehend. Watching absolute filth be elevated to hero status and force fed to us all is paralyzing. Watching as the entire world seems to have gone mad makes us lose the ONLY thing we HAVE to hold.


I recently have been praying for certain answers to questions that many of you are probably asking. I will simply say it was mostly “who do I emulate Lord?”

Aaron who wiped out the filth to the children and livestock or Moses who held up his staff and watched God Almighty do the work?

Today I read this, over and over and each time the clarity was more.

9 And he came thither unto a cave, and lodged there; and, behold, the word of the LORD came to him, and he said unto him, What doest thou here, Elijah?

10 And he said, I have been very jealous for the LORD God of hosts: for the children of Israel have forsaken thy covenant, thrown down thine altars, and slain thy prophets with the sword; and I, even I only, am left; and they seek my life, to take it away.

11 And he said, Go forth, and stand upon the mount before the LORD. And, behold, the LORD passed by, and a great and strong wind rent the mountains, and brake in pieces the rocks before the LORD; but the LORD was not in the wind: and after the wind an earthquake; but the LORD was not in the earthquake:

12 And after the earthquake a fire; but the LORD was not in the fire: and after the fire a still small voice.

13 And it was so, when Elijah heard it, that he wrapped his face in his mantle, and went out, and stood in the entering in of the cave. And, behold, there came a voice unto him, and said, What doest thou here, Elijah?

14 And he said, I have been very jealous for the LORD God of hosts: because the children of Israel have forsaken thy covenant, thrown down thine altars, and slain thy prophets with the sword; and I, even I only, am left; and they seek my life, to take it away.

15 And the LORD said unto him, Go, return on thy way to the wilderness of Damascus: and when thou comest, anoint Hazael to be king over Syria:

16 And Jehu the son of Nimshi shalt thou anoint to be king over Israel: and Elisha the son of Shaphat of Abelmeholah shalt thou anoint to be prophet in thy room.

17 And it shall come to pass, that him that escapeth the sword of Hazael shall Jehu slay: and him that escapeth from the sword of Jehu shall Elisha slay.

18 Yet I have left me seven thousand in Israel, all the knees which have not bowed unto Baal, and every mouth which hath not kissed him.

Yah asked Elijah twice because he answered in a spirit defeated. Yah showed Elijah his power but His voice was not in the power.




The Quiet.

Then, Yah said GO!

And told him how it would happen, with the knowledge there were 7000 who were true. None would escape judgement.

You are not alone. You will know the what, the when and the how.

You don’t have to worry. Listen in the quiet. Not in the noise.

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Hypothecation Equals $1.5 Quadrillion in Debt

From 2011. It only got worse.

David DeGerolamo

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From a Comment Today

Everybody know you’re a phony faggot…

Here is the information from the link above:

Warren Dem Chairman stepping down

David DeGerolamo will not seek re-election as Warren County Democratic Chairman, but says he will consider running against Congressman Scott.

David DeGerolamo will not seek re-election as Warren County Democratic Chairman, but says he will consider running against Congressman Scott Garrett in 2008, according to an Express-Times report. DeGerolamo, the Phillipsburg Council President, said he would run for Congress only if Paul Aronsohn does not run.


Thank you for the laugh after a hard day. Although my name is not common, there is more than one David DeGerolamo. The one above is not me.

David DeGerolamo in North Carolina

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North Carolina governor vetoes pistol permit repeal

Repeal of a more than 100-year-old firearms law in North Carolina has fallen to a gubernatorial veto.

Late Friday afternoon, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper rejected Senate Bill 41, sponsored by Republican Sen. Danny Britt of Robeson County.

North Carolinians need a pistol permit from their respective county sheriffs. The legislation repealed that 110-year-old statute. The Senate bill also included a measure to allow concealed carry of firearms at religious services that share locations with private or charter schools and to launch a two-year firearm safe storage awareness initiative.



From September 22, 2022

Jim Crow pistol permit remains a shameful blot on our state

Despite a new research paper by two Clemson University economists proving that black lynching decreased with greater firearm access, North Carolina still clings to its Jim Crow pistol permit. The state remains the only former Confederate state with the pistol permit law enacted here in 1919. 

Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a repeal of the Jim Crow law in 2021, despite support for repealing the law by the NC Sheriffs’ Association. In the past, the state Sheriffs’ Associations opposed repeal, but updates to the national instant background checks make the law redundant and a hassle for residents. 

Pistol permits emerged as popular legislation in the segregated South by using subjective denials by law enforcement, such as “good cause,” to keep handguns out of the hands of black state residents. To this day, blacks in North Carolina are denied access to pistols at a rate nearly three times as high as the white population.


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