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Technology & Parasites - Part 1/2

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Published on 10 Oct 2020 / In People & Blogs

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卐卐卐 \/ri||arō|\|i|\| 卐卐卐

Next time your lawyer gives you a hard time, just blow an aztec death whistle in his face. Harsher northern European climates promote invention of technology and true understanding of nature through observation, for survival. Lower hemishperes, you can kick back year round for the most part. Like you said, in Mexico everything grows year round. I also believe living in a colder climate promotes higher brain activity as the body is less concerned with adapting brain activity/temp with surroundings. In a hotter climate, the brain activity must be lowered, as higher brain activity could cause overheating of brain. DNA doesnt give a shit about anything other than survival, even at the expense of itself or a greater version of it.

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rambetter
rambetter 6 days ago

I agree with your points. Well received.

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UninformedConsent
UninformedConsent 12 days ago

Sound's like they pushed you out. At first when you showed the wheel I was thinking something wasn't quite right. Really unique.

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rambetter
rambetter 11 days ago

I have two more rear wheel designs - an 18 spoke rear wheel, 6 spokes on one side and 12 on the other, laced to a 24 spoke hub - very weak wheel but was able to hand my weight which is 180lbs., felt very sketchy and flimsy. Then I have a 36 spoke rear wheel with 12 spokes on one side and 24 on the other, laced to a 48 spoke hub - ideal for touring. I have constructed examples of these. The great thing about all three of these rear wheel designs is that (a) spokes have equal tension, within 10 percent, and depending on the hub (any Shimano hub from 9-spd, 10-spd, and 11-spd era works great), (b) spokes all have almost equal length, which avoids having to attain spokes of different length for the two sides and (c) all spokes on both sides meet the hub at an angle that is very close to a perfect tangent - this is ideal in that it provides more torsional rigitidy (good if you have disc brake for example) and alleviates stress on the hub flange, preventing it from breaking unnecessarily. There are two quirks however in these designs: (1) the spokes on the fewer-spokes side don't "cross over each other" - they each don't touch any other spoke, and (2) the rim needed is one where holes are centered, and not offset left, right, left, right, etc., because the lacing pattern on the rim is left, right, right, left, right, right, etc.

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14HAILVICTORY88
14HAILVICTORY88 12 days ago

Why does your shirt have a bunch of Red Indians on it saying "Homeland Security fighting terrorism since 1492"?

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rambetter
rambetter 11 days ago

I specifically wore that shirt to see if I would get any comments about it. Thanks.

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14HAILVICTORY88
14HAILVICTORY88 11 days ago

@rambetter: ok but why?

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rambetter
rambetter 11 days ago

@14HAILVICTORY88: Because Homeland Security is run by Jews.

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rambetter
rambetter 11 days ago

@rambetter: Not only that... 1492 e.g. Christopher Columbus was a Jew who committed mass genocides of native tribes.

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rambetter
rambetter 11 days ago

@rambetter: OK until I give a full answer it will be gnawing at my conscience, so here it goes. I feel that it is important for whites to ally with certain other cultures in order to defeat the Jewish menace. In particular, of all cultures that are non-white, I have the highest appreciation for Japanese culture (I in fact have visited Japan). It is unfortunate that I have not had the chance to get to know Native American culture. It is quite possible that Native Americans were far superior to Aztecs/Mexicans in that they were able to survive much colder winters. Please note that the joke of my shirt is compounded by the fact that "Homeland Security" was formed after the 9/11 attacks by the "U.S. Government" (i.e. Israeli interests), in order to protect "us" from "terrorism", when in fact the real terrorists perpetrating 9/11 were Jews/Israelis. The shirt I own is therefore full of deeper meaning, and can be especially insulting to Jews (and considering my previous statement that 1492 is a reference to Columbus, who was a Jew, and who committed mass genocides in the new world). In a future video I want to discuss how Spain's expulsion of Jews is correlated to exploration of the "new world". Also, side note: I was born to Lithuanian immigrants who left Europe due to the Communist/Soviet/Jewish invasion of my country of ancestry. One quarter of Lithuania's inhabitants were killed, most of which were intelligentsia. I don't really want to discuss this matter any further (regarding my shirt that is). Thank you for the inquiry.

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JacobGoldsteinbergwitz

@rambetter: The Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492 as well. https://www.bitchute.com/video/KryoP4FPb1Ul/

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rambetter
rambetter 10 days ago

@JacobGoldsteinbergwitz: Yes I knew that there were some expulsions of Jews from Spain that coincided with that date.

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