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Jails and prisons must be blown right full of shooters around there.

Please share any links to incarceration investments in the 5-7 year maturity bracket.

Thanks....
 

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15 Shot at "party." 6700 S. South Chicongo Ave, s%$&hole mayor sheboon neighboorhood.
The city obviously needs to enact gun control.
Yes, let's take them from the law abiding citizens. They are the real threat.
 

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That's all of us, in a very-short time. These "migrants"...? They're the seeds for overthrow of society. Lawless aliens, illiterate in their own language, coming here for Free Shit...and now being bused to a Greyhound Station NEAR YOU. Courtesy of THE DEMOCRATS.

This is such an overturning of law I'm amazed, frankly, there hasn't been an armed uprising YET. By LE or the military. By patriots if not. I expect soon a huge number of them will declare the Southwest, Aztlan, their dreamed of racialist Nirvana, and start executing whites and blacks foolish enough not to run.

I expect the various drug gangs to set up and start just wreaking havoc. While the setting up is good. THIS IS WHAT THESE BELTWAY ELITES WANT FOR THEIR LESSERS.
 

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Slow weekend, only 25 shot.

Jo and Da Ho will visit there any day now.
Chicongo has a guppy for a mayor. The Chicongo guppy doesn't care so why should Jo and da Ho care?

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Whodathunkit? Cash giveaways are ‘insanely popular,’ Cook County learned. So, let’s do more! – Wirepoints​

March 26, 2021

By: Mark Glennon*
A money-for-nothing program turned out to be “insanely popular” so the program size was quadrupled and the plan is to expand it.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is so proud of her no-questions-asked cash handouts that she went national with an astounding op-ed this week in The Hill titled, “The insanely popular idea that’s taking off in Illinois and across the country.”
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“People didn’t need another complicated program with limitations and eligibility requirements…. I am proud that I can say we gave our residents cash,” she wrote. “The program was such a success that we quadrupled the funding…. With the money from the American Rescue Plan Act, we want to give even more.”
The flood of assistance programs during the pandemic, it’s widely thought, is a pilot for some form of guaranteed income or UBI – universal basic income – money for nothing. Preckwinkle’s op-ed is an example of that thinking. “Evidence is pouring in across the country that direct cash policies work,” she wrote. She’s counting on the federal government to provide the cash. “We now have a unique opportunity to build on the national momentum to alleviate poverty by providing direct cash assistance.”
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Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle
Cook County’s program is called COVID-19 Recovery Resident Cash Assistance. It’s closed for now because it ran out of money but Preckwinkle is hoping that it and others will renew and expand with federal help. Under the program, Cook County sent cash payments of $600 directly to suburban Cook County residents earning less specified income limits – $54,300 a year for a family of three. Those limits did not include other forms of assistance such as housing programs, unemployment benefits or food stamps. There was no requirement for work or seeking work.
As you would expect from an initiative like this, the program contains some other things that make no sense. For example, program materials say its designed for those who experienced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But eligibility is based on income before March 1, 2020 – before the pandemic.
So, if you were getting along before the pandemic but thrown into poverty because of it, you are were out of luck. And if you had things rough before the pandemic but got on your feet since, you would still get your cash.
And the program was open to undocumented aliens as well as citizens.
Let me be clear: I’m all for safety net programs and help for anybody thrown into poverty through no fault of their own, whether before or after the pandemic. But help must be rationally designed. Simply turning parts of the population into government dependents, no-strings-attached, is madness. Assistance programs should be tied to incentives and configured to avoid “welfare cliffs.” That means programs should not be piled on in a manner that makes them more sensible to keep by avoiding earned income.
Instead, the federal government, since the pandemic started, has doled out 7.7 times more money than the grand total of lost wages and salaries caused by the pandemic. That’s according to a former Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. It’s being pumped out in a list of new programs so long that it would be very difficult to compile.
Where’s all this free cash coming from? In part, from the Federal Reserve Bank.
Think for a moment about what that cash source is doing: Yesterday, Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Jerome Powell said current national fiscal policy is “unsustainable.” However, that policy will be continued, he said, until the economy reaches full employment. But that fiscal policy is paying people not to work by funding programs like Cook County’s!
Doesn’t anybody see a problem with that?
 

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Sweet leaping Jesus.

We be skrood. If we don't know better than to do this, than to expect this, and demand this...words fail me.
 

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Sweet leaping Jesus.

We be skrood. If we don't know better than to do this, than to expect this, and demand this...words fail me.

Crashing the country is their goal. The communists have told us their intentions from the start.


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Whodathunkit? Cash giveaways are ‘insanely popular,’ Cook County learned. So, let’s do more! – Wirepoints​

March 26, 2021

By: Mark Glennon*
A money-for-nothing program turned out to be “insanely popular” so the program size was quadrupled and the plan is to expand it.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is so proud of her no-questions-asked cash handouts that she went national with an astounding op-ed this week in The Hill titled, “The insanely popular idea that’s taking off in Illinois and across the country.”
money.jpg

“People didn’t need another complicated program with limitations and eligibility requirements…. I am proud that I can say we gave our residents cash,” she wrote. “The program was such a success that we quadrupled the funding…. With the money from the American Rescue Plan Act, we want to give even more.”
The flood of assistance programs during the pandemic, it’s widely thought, is a pilot for some form of guaranteed income or UBI – universal basic income – money for nothing. Preckwinkle’s op-ed is an example of that thinking. “Evidence is pouring in across the country that direct cash policies work,” she wrote. She’s counting on the federal government to provide the cash. “We now have a unique opportunity to build on the national momentum to alleviate poverty by providing direct cash assistance.”
preckwinkle.jpg
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle
Cook County’s program is called COVID-19 Recovery Resident Cash Assistance. It’s closed for now because it ran out of money but Preckwinkle is hoping that it and others will renew and expand with federal help. Under the program, Cook County sent cash payments of $600 directly to suburban Cook County residents earning less specified income limits – $54,300 a year for a family of three. Those limits did not include other forms of assistance such as housing programs, unemployment benefits or food stamps. There was no requirement for work or seeking work.
As you would expect from an initiative like this, the program contains some other things that make no sense. For example, program materials say its designed for those who experienced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But eligibility is based on income before March 1, 2020 – before the pandemic.
So, if you were getting along before the pandemic but thrown into poverty because of it, you are were out of luck. And if you had things rough before the pandemic but got on your feet since, you would still get your cash.
And the program was open to undocumented aliens as well as citizens.
Let me be clear: I’m all for safety net programs and help for anybody thrown into poverty through no fault of their own, whether before or after the pandemic. But help must be rationally designed. Simply turning parts of the population into government dependents, no-strings-attached, is madness. Assistance programs should be tied to incentives and configured to avoid “welfare cliffs.” That means programs should not be piled on in a manner that makes them more sensible to keep by avoiding earned income.
Instead, the federal government, since the pandemic started, has doled out 7.7 times more money than the grand total of lost wages and salaries caused by the pandemic. That’s according to a former Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. It’s being pumped out in a list of new programs so long that it would be very difficult to compile.
Where’s all this free cash coming from? In part, from the Federal Reserve Bank.
Think for a moment about what that cash source is doing: Yesterday, Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Jerome Powell said current national fiscal policy is “unsustainable.” However, that policy will be continued, he said, until the economy reaches full employment. But that fiscal policy is paying people not to work by funding programs like Cook County’s!
Doesn’t anybody see a problem with that?
Another female negro screwing up the works in Chicongo...anyone see a pattern here
 

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Sweet leaping Jesus.

We be skrood. If we don't know better than to do this, than to expect this, and demand this...words fail me.
I think you're finally catching on and are currently in the acceptance stage of your tradition to sheepism
 

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Crashing the country is their goal. The communists have told us their intentions from the start.


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The first thing to fail is gonna be law-and-order.

One advantage we have that the Tsarist Russians did not have, is the incredible prosperity that capitalism gave us. Food, weapons, stores...even transportation, including alternate transportation like bicycles.

When the feces hit the blower, we are going to be in a position to hunker-bunker, those of us who are prepped, and who live in non-urban areas. What that means for the would-be Stalinists, is, they are going to have to sweep the countryside...annhiliate rural people, including those who grow FOOD...and feed their troops while they do it.

The logistics of that don't add up.

I'm not a big one for bluster and posturing, but I think the odds for us are better in that situation then for the Stalinists or for the Antifa sheeple in the cities. The pain will be tremendous, and in the end, I think freedom disappears; but it's possible we come out of it with a Franco-style dictator, instead of a Lenin.
 

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Another female negro screwing up the works in Chicongo...anyone see a pattern here
Pattern? You mean like (expletives) gonna (expletive)?

That's as basic as gravity. You need a REALLY LONG university ejukayshun experience to come to where you deny such an obvious, self-evident truth.
 

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Pattern? You mean like (expletives) gonna (expletive)?

That's as basic as gravity. You need a REALLY LONG university ejukayshun experience to come to where you deny such an obvious, self-evident truth.
Diversity politics will be our downfall...

As a wise man once said, basic as gravity! :2 thumbs up:
 

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One advantage we have that the Tsarist Russians did not have, is the incredible prosperity that capitalism gave us. Food, weapons, stores...even transportation, including alternate transportation like bicycles.

I'm not sure that isn't a handicap. The wealth of the Western world has turned it into a 'culture of contentment' (J.K.Galbraith, recommend reading it), and people have few survival skills.
 

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I'm not sure that isn't a handicap. The wealth of the Western world has turned it into a 'culture of contentment' (J.K.Galbraith, recommend reading it), and people have few survival skills.
one thought:
Wealth is kind of a relative term, if you've got two dollars in your pocket and the rest of the town only has one dollar each, you're wealthy...

what i kinda see, to add to yours, and it seems to get worse:
Even back when people ate dirt to survive, when the leadership goes sour, people die
 

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I'm not sure that isn't a handicap. The wealth of the Western world has turned it into a 'culture of contentment' (J.K.Galbraith, recommend reading it), and people have few survival skills.
It made our CULTURE soft...overrun and controlled by weak people.

Not all of us are weak. Beyond those fools living on credit cards in cities; beyond the jackass "Preppers" with six-figure custom HumVee Zombie Cruisers...are that smallish group of rural people of average or low income who have, tucked away, deep stores of food and emergency supplies.

THOSE will be the ones to watch out for. And virtually all of them are in Flyover Country. Because, of course, you cannot be prepared and live in the Democrat-Machine "Organized" cities.
 

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one thought:
Wealth is kind of a relative term, if you've got two dollars in your pocket and the rest of the town only has one dollar each, you're wealthy...

what i kinda see, to add to yours, and it seems to get worse:
Even back when people ate dirt to survive, when the leadership goes sour, people die

Scary when you realize the US has no leader, just a bunch of special interest groups yanking his leads. We aren't much better off lol.
 

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Scary when you realize the US has no leader, just a bunch of special interest groups yanking his leads. We aren't much better off lol.
The entire North American continent is a mess and the mess is spreading fast
 

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It made our CULTURE soft...overrun and controlled by weak people.

Not all of us are weak. Beyond those fools living on credit cards in cities; beyond the jackass "Preppers" with six-figure custom HumVee Zombie Cruisers...are that smallish group of rural people of average or low income who have, tucked away, deep stores of food and emergency supplies.

THOSE will be the ones to watch out for. And virtually all of them are in Flyover Country. Because, of course, you cannot be prepared and live in the Democrat-Machine "Organized" cities.
That's why I like where I am. Rifle range in back yard (legal), neighbors who are either active or ex-GI's, food source, water source. I have picked the hill to die on.
 

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That's why I like where I am. Rifle range in back yard (legal), neighbors who are either active or ex-GI's, food source, water source. I have picked the hill to die on.
I'm gonna have to get out your way, if only to see it for myself, understand what I'm missing.

...got any openings for a caretaker?
 

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Because, of course, you cannot be prepared and live in the Democrat-Machine "Organized" cities.

Well, I would say that's more of a generality with substance. But there are a few exceptions.
 

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Because, of course, you cannot be prepared and live in the Democrat-Machine "Organized" cities.
that depends on who you are and the size of the city

as we know by now, these democrats are not fully backed and supported by the majority of anyone





willa2, great minds think alike...sometimes

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Scary when you realize the US has no leader, just a bunch of special interest groups yanking his leads. We aren't much better off lol.
I thought we had one the previous 4 years but apparently he got sceered and left the building. We're stuck now with a Pedo and a Ho!
 

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I thought we had one the previous 4 years but apparently he got sceered and left the building. We're stuck now with a Pedo and a Ho!

My theory is DJT never handed a resource rich country to the banks and MIC. Had he removed Assad or attacked Ven or Iran he'd still be prez.
 

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I'm gonna have to get out your way, if only to see it for myself, understand what I'm missing.

...got any openings for a caretaker?
Awreddy tole ya twicet. WTSHTF, show up at the Chateau.