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May 28Liked by eugyppius

Why is it illegal to express the view that foreigners should be expelled?

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

It's probably also illegal to ask why it is illegal to express the view that foreigners should be expelled.

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Make that "It is illegal to ask why".

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Make it make sense!!!!

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Psychology.

There is a precedent in nature for the fasce, which is a Birkeland current's movement or motion. It is invisible, until it heats up, which is what we can see in the Aurora Borealis and Australis.

It's also how stars form, and taking it further, matter itself. Electrical currents form their own magnetic field.

Words are being used that people only understand at face value. But understanding this requires a knowledge of metaphysics and cosmology at the least, and the Big Bang/gravitational theory etc. still dominates.

Love Always might sound banal but is a MUCH better title for a national anthem than 'U a ho'.

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it may – emphasis on the 'may' – run afoul of the criminal statue against Volksverhetzung ("incitement").

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

I thought about this too. Probably shifting the focus onto supposed racism will deflect from questioning why the hell all these people are coming.

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^^^

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Because the land is stolen in the first place. Duh!

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Clearly Germany stole its land from north Africans, sub-saharan Africans, middle easterners, and south Asians, who were all living harmoniously and prancing through the forests together singing L'Amour Toujours.

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LOL- Great

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You mean when Cro-Magnon Man outcompeted Neanderthals?!

That's how far back these asshats would go.

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If only there were some Neanderthals left so we could pay them reparations …

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>Raises hand<

Half-joking. Lots of europeans have residual Neanderthal traces in the Y-chromosome haplogroup (don't quiz me on what that is, I'm quoting a text from memory!), something asians, negro peoples, and american indians lack competely.

Northern and western europeans have the greatest amounts, southern and eastern the least, probably due to the migratory pattern of Cro Magnon over time.

I've actually used that arguement once or twice, both in real life and online, when people start on about "reparations". +35 000 years of accumulated interest comes to. . . ;)

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All non-african populations have Neanderthal admixture, including asians, in South East Asians there is also admixture from Denisovans

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Love me some more of that free speech over here.

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"This is the way with scolds everywhere, they’ve unwittingly inspired a new countercultural movement on the opposite side of the political spectrum. The more they rant, scream and lecture, the more cool singing “Ausländer raus” and “Deutschland den Deutschen” will become."

In the US we have what I call "accidental Nazis." A statue or public building will be defaced with swastika graffiti. The community elders will take turns fainting, denouncing hate, and decrying the malevolent right wing. A couple of days later the "Nazis" are identified and inevitably turn out to be a couple of 15 year old boys. Their public educations having failed them, they actually have no idea what the swastika signifies in history. They just know it makes adults batshit crazy, which was their entire goal.

And since 90% of the time the yoots also turn out to have most favored melanin status, the whole thing disappears down the memory hole, to happen again somewhere else a few months later.

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If I am not mistaken (I welcome criticism), the system of determining so-called PMK in Germany - politisch motivierte Kriminalität/Politically Motivated Crime - classifies things like drawing a Hakenkreuz/swastika as right-wing extremism; i.e. Politisch motivierte Kriminalität (PMK ) -rechts ; so if anybody with anti-Jew sentiments draws a swastika somewhere, it is likely to be recorded as right-wing extremism (arch-foe of Minister Faeser).

So when a typical ME immigrant who was taught to hate Jews as child comes to Germany and is familiar with Mein Kampf, Protocols of Elders of Zion, etc, and smears a wall with a swastika, the German police statitiscians attribute this to right-wing extremism, and not brainwashed ME immigrants, because that is the way the classification system works.

It is explaned here:

Headline:

Police attribute antisemitic acts to right-wing extremists - but without proof

Polizei ordnet antisemitische Taten Rechtsextremen zu - ohne Belege

https://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article193060111/Statistik-in-Berlin-Polizei-ordnet-antisemitische-Taten-Rechtsextremen-zu-ohne-Belege.html

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^^^

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The resistance became the establishment, but they still think they’re the resistance. Now that they have power they are showing their true authoritarianism. I am reminded of another epic German song: Du.. du hast… du hast nicht…

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Yes, these people refuse to accept that they are the establishment, because then they must give up their moral absolutism and start considering and weighing the points of view of others. Unfortunately, this moral absolutism has become part of their identity because it allowed them to put off maturing intellectually. Now, their logical and moral faculties are so atrophied that most of them can no longer accomplish this and are locked in a perpetual state of intellectual and emotional adolescence. If you ever wonder why some 70-year-old spouts silly opinions that sound like they came from a teenager after smoking a few joints, that's because likely at that age and during that pastime was the last time this person actually exercised their mental facilities.

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ouch!

Just about every white Western liberal looks in the mirror and sees an edgy radical whose very existence is a big middle finger to The Man—no matter how old fat rich, well-off or well-connected, they may be.

See, they're the people who love gays and blacks and foreigners, they watch RuPaul and love drag queens and hip hop etc, unlike those OTHER evil fascist white supremacists, who aren't half as cool or enlightened.

Post-60s liberals see themselves as a divinely chosen Elect as much as any Calvinist ever did, and nothing but death can or will change this.

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It's the end result of a culture-wide Peter Pan Syndrome. What happens when Peter defeats Captain Hook and becomes ruler of Neverland? Eventually he becomes the newer, nastier Captain Hook, but still thinks he's the hero and can't understand why he's hated.

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Resentment is powerful fuel. It is the energy of ideology.

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very true

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Exactly. Dye your hair blue, claim you're the opposite sex, tat your face-IN w/ the resistance (which is the stablishment), cracks me up.

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon was mildly amusing . Six Degrees of Hitler is stupid and malign.

It is also clueless about the point of the Kevin Bacon game, which is: It's always possible to construct relatively short chains connecting any two things. The existence of such connections therefore has zero information content, except perhaps to disclose the deficiencies in integrity and intelligence of the one making them.

The US is currently going through a similar psychotic episode, with the left using Six Degrees "logic" to claim that Supreme Court Justice Alito's flying of two flags proves he's an insurrectionist.

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

Yup.

I will never forget when, in the late 1980s, I listened to a lecture in a red feminist café in Stockholm. The woman Hectoring her audience could readily demonstrate, using feminist logic, that a wolf whistle was the equivalent of the Holocaust.

I'm not joking, and neither was she; to her there was a direct line from saying "Nice boobs" to gassing people to death.

Difference between then and now is, then these people were few and largely on the outside. In the 1990s, they started to become the norm, first in media and academia, then in society at large.

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In the British Armed Forces a friend of mine received a lecture where the Major in charge insisted, with an entirely straight face, that there was a direct line between knob gags and rape. He hoped that we would make anonymous denunciations as soon as possible to prevent this from happening. The individual on the wrong end of this would then be treated as though their joke (or 'sexual drawing' i.e. cock and balls on toilet doors) was essentially a proto-rape and not just a joke. If you are found to have engaged in Unwanted Sexual Behaviour the starting point (!) for punishment is now discharge. If not discharged then a Brigadier at a minimum has to consider the matter and provide a written explanation as to why the individual has not been chucked out. This is an organisation which puts officers through a *year* of training to enter and soldiers five months. They will throw all of this away if a woman is offended or someone is offended on the woman's behalf.

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It is much the same with our armed forces, I'm sad to say.

Apart from the soliders doing the Jaeger-training, women get lighter loads and the rest of the "we're equals but the girls needs easier challenges and tasks so they can succeed in sufficient numbers"-schtick.

And uniforms - not dress but combat - for pregnant soldiers.

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May 28·edited May 28

Mysteriously and without there being any connection whatsoever when the teeth arms (SF, infantry, armd inf and cavalry) started permitting women to apply for entry the annual fitness tests were substantially revised. Press-ups and sit-ups vanished or were neutered and various ball-throws etc replaced them. Male and female standards are now identical whereas previously women of course had a lower pass mark.

i understand that the old officer entry tests had a similar problem with 'gender-fair' tests that were simply a lower standard. Obstacle course, run, sit-ups, press-ups are all lower.

Entry to a certain specialist unit includes a very aggressive 'tactical' interview during the assessment exercise and one of the questions is, I kid you not, "what do you think of women joining the infantry".

A Guards officer I once knew cheated on his gf (knob) so she got her revenge by sleeping with every member of the SF she could find when she deployed. She's now married God help us but this is the hassle of having them on tour.

What are 'jaegers'? I know it means 'hunter'.

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May 29·edited May 29

Jaegers ("jägarsoldat", lit. "hunter-soldier") are light infantry, highly mobile and versatile who perform aggressive recon, sabotage, hit-and-fade, and such.

There's a series made by the Army about them. Link below goes to the Youtube page of a british soldier who's watching and commenting on what he's seeing. Epsiodes are a bit long (ca 30 minutes), but it will given you a better idea than what I can put into words. The linked one is about their winter training.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exHv-H6AW_8

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I can't deal with it anymore. (retired MNCPO of the old US Navy)

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No shit, I remember it also.

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

Excellent observation.

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How about "One Degree of Hunter Biden". That produces some REALLY short chains.

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

German leaders seem blind to the fact that this will not, can not, end well.

I'm struck by the thought that the pigs in Animal Farm were more skilled at propaganda than these human counterparts.

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Nah! Orwell was simply a much better writer than the imbeciles and party hacks who produce the endless propaganda with which we are constantly inundated.

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;)

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****, no "like" button

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

I wonder why german media won't high-light when moslems in Germany chant anti-jewish slogans, and other slogans calling for the extermination of all jews.

I was under the impression such chants were severly frowned upon by Die Bullen.

It is no secret that palestinian groups and affiliated terrorist groups of moslem origin regularly use the old "how high can you jump"-salute.

Bizarelly, this article brought to mind one of Ralph König's old comics (from his "Konrad und Paul"-suite), in which a man has inherited his grand-onkel's parrot. Problem is, the parrot sings "Horst Wessel". . .

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Right?! How on earth is THAT shit not considered incitement and a stupid mock tune sung by reveling partygoers is?

God in heaven these overlords are beyond annoying. But man oh man are they scared, which makes them all the more dangerous.

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Under the left-liberal dispensation, once a group or person is coded as Oppressed, they move beyond agency and responsibility and can never be held responsible for their actions, they can never act but only be acted upon.

This is why in America black people killing each other can be blamed on White Supremacy and Hamas' terrorism is the fault of Israel—Leftists are still Rousseau's children at heart, and their Noble Savages are pure and blameless victims of this thing called "society".

Blame and responsibility are for the Oppressor class only, as they are the ultimate cause of all injustice.

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Great comment

Will add that I am not familiar with Rosseau’s writing, but the analysis is spot on

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Thanks!

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Imagine being that fundamentally twisted to even entertain that world view, oblivious to the theft of agency it entails to their protection hierarchy...

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Of course, true.

But that doesn’t make them any less insane.

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You are trying to make sense of the mind-fuck. It makes no sense - that's the point.

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We have the same in South Africa. Julius Malema can sing "kill the farmer kill the Boer", where boer is a name Afrikaans South Africans associate themselves with with pride, and it is not considered as inciting violence but if a white person says something that is even in the slightest way suggestive of racism you land up in jail. Double standards just as bad as those in Germany. I think it will take many decades, if ever, to get rid of it.

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>germans being oppressed

>won't someone think of the poor jews

shut the fuck up already

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Re-read what I wrote. You have completely failed to understand.

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

Whilst last week, in the UK, in a private club, ex PM Boris Johnson praises the Azov Battalion whilst hugging their flag emblazoned with Nazi SS insignia.

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No one ever accused BoJo of thinking things through!

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May 29·edited May 29

LOL

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

This is all quite entertaining. But if avoids the real question: How do you cook nothingburgers without pipelines or reactors?

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Heated indignation!

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May 28·edited May 28Liked by eugyppius

Dear Esteemed Author and Readers:

Germany injected itself with the toxic Muslim immigrant virus many years ago seeking cheap labor for the automobile and other industries. Merkel and others carried on the Toxic Tradition, including other European Nations.

There are many good Muslims, but unfortunately the radicals dominate the politics and have debased European culture and traditions.

Germany and Europe will continue to reap what they have sowed, as the well as the USA, most glaringly with Biden and his destructive ilk.

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~50 years ago, when I was still spending many summers in Germany, the Muslims were mostly Turks, and Turks are the probably the most civilized and least fanatical of Mohamed's followers. Moreover, they were Gastarbeiter (temporary workers, not immigrants), and were primarily employed in the building trades, not the auto industry.

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Point well taken.

Just like all European countries, and the USA, they start as temporary workers, doing unskilled or semi-skilled jobs. Then the temporary becomes permanent, as supported by the politicians.

Then there are gangs, Sharia Law, rapes, killings, and no-go Zones....

How would I know?

Worked in Germany, have German friends.

But, yes, the Turks are a finer people than many and value hard work and education, and dare I say integrate better possibly.

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^^^

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

Eugyppius, I would love to post a wise and insightful comment on all this stupidity but, quite frankly, I am lost for words.

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

GIGI D'AGOSTINO - L'AMOUR TOUJOURS ( OFFICIAL VIDEO ) has 484,796,838 views on YouTube. So this is a very well-known song.

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a lot of ambient fascism out there I guess.

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My psychiatrist said I was paranoid. Well, he didn't actually say it, but I know he was thinking it.

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On Youtube I read comments such as "This will be the song of Summer 2024 in Germany" and "In small villages every person sings the Germany is for Germans lyric." So the Leftists attempts to prosecute the Sylt Five may backfire.

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Streisand effect...

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Faeser effect!

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This whole incident seems akin to the Frat Boy Summer movement here in the US.

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I've seen it as White Boy Summer on Twitter. What's the scoop on this? I'm not caught up.

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Yeah, except that nobody is still talking about that -- even though it happened just a month ago -- if you are referring to the frat boys making fun of Palestinian protestors, right?

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May 30·edited May 30

So, this is interesting. I just went to the official video on YouTube and the comments are off. No comments on either "official" videos (there are two at the top of YouTube search results) but you can see comments on channels of random YouTubers. The comments (which I have to translate) are great! To quote another popular song: "There's something happening here....what it is ain't exactly clear."

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Gigi D'Agostino has too much to lose financially -- in terms of concerts and air play. I don't blame him. Rather, the Leftist media is to blame. He has absolutely nothing to do with what is happening with his song.

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When asked not to perform that song recently here, (Austria) he told organisers to go fuck themselves and played it anyway.. Claimed (correctly) that what society decides to sing to his songs is completely out of his perview and therefore irrelevant.

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Hippies that have grown old have always been what I call the “Land of Misfit toys.” Today’s youth put on fuzzy costumes because they, too, are the land of misfit toys. They are typically 60-80 pounds overweight and too ugly to get laid, so they keep a fuzzy Halloween-like costume on while having sex.

No one would hire these kids, just like no one would hire the hippies. Now that the '60s and '70s, hippies have tasted power and made some money through a life of political corruption. Now greed has taken over, and they, too, want more. The only way for these fucktards to gain more power is through corrupt government control of the masses. Do as I say, not as I do leadership.

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It's a really great thing I have excellent sphincter control or I wouldn't be able to get through many of your posts without ruining my nice sofa. Hilarity presented in the very best formal English is a joy that cannot be truly explained. It must be enjoyed in the somatic way.

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May 28Liked by eugyppius

"As is the way with scolds everywhere, they’ve unwittingly inspired a new countercultural movement on the opposite side of the political spectrum."

The same thing is happening here in the US, and I've been of the same opinion for quite some time:

The "Don't trust "The Man/Anyone over the age of 30" hippies have become that which they used to rail against.

Karma is a wheel, which is now beginning to roll over our current batch of puritanical leftist twits-in-charge, hopefully just in the nick of time...

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Were German leaders always this dumb? Was the image of efficiency, competence, hard-headedness through the 20th century just an illusion? Are any Germans descended from Bismarck? Are you sure these silly old fools are Germans?

Was it due to all the hippy-dippy living of the 1960s? Don't they realise these blokes having a laugh should themselves be laughed at? We Brits always thought you Germans had no sense of humour (mind you, we appear to have a younger generation ourselves with no sense of humour) and the ridiculous hounding of opinions by current German politicians and media sort of confirm our belief. Or maybe it's all a big joke?

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Interested in your comment about German efficiency and competence. My sister worked in Germany in a factory in the sixties. Irish people weren't considered (by themselves or anyone else!) as having these attributes. I remember talking with her about her job and whether Germans were as hard working etc as we had been told and she said "No, but they are good at doing what they are told". Maybe some true in this?

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"Vorsprung durch Technik"

As Audi always used to tell us Brits!

(Advantage through Technology - summing up the efficiency, quality and technical progress of post war West Germany. Always implying we Brits were, by comparison, an idle bunch of useless has-beens!)

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May 28·edited May 28Liked by eugyppius

Does CERN have a secret subterranean reactor thingy or whatever you'd call it that pumps out outrage so nobody in any government anywhere will ever run out of the prime supply?

Just wondering.

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It's certainly pumping out untold numbers of micro-black holes.

Don't worry, The Science says these will quickly evaporate, rather than eating the earth from the inside out. Any scientists that disagreed with this assessment were ridiculed and cancelled. Some even tried a Court case to stop the lunatics, but of course that failed.

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Well, look. Real weird things made us happen in the first place. Only to be expected that real weird things might wipe us out.

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