Is Hillary Biohacking (On Top Of The Regular 'hacking' She Does)?

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  • DManDMan Master of Arts ✭✭✭

    Trump approves of Hillary as far as I can see.^^

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    ...let me get to work on that daz.
  • yeah that makes sense @sparefilms ,Trump is the "obvious" lesser of 2 evils, but it's still all based on what you've been presented by various news sources and websites, or what the politicians themselves have said. politicians say all kinds of shit. when they're trying to get elected the shit they say is even more dubious, and the media that reports it is too. i have a pretty agnostic attitude about it. i assume that whatever information that gets to me is for the most part all kinds of garbled whether intentionally or unintentionally. i think it's pretty likely that whatever we see of politicians in the public sphere is pretty fabricated. i don't buy into infowars type stuff or anything, but i don't assume that anybody on TV or getting up in front of a crowd is exactly "being themselves", or that whatever Associated Press reports is the unfiltered truth. Or even that votes really matter. Maybe they do. If there was someone i really wanted to vote FOR then i'd give them the benefit of the doubt and vote for them, but there isn't anybody that i'm like "yeah i think they'll get in there and fix some shit." I feel like the time i would have spent voting i could do something more constructive, like posting in the Gangster Banter section of a forum about "bulletproof" stuff, haha.

  • @daz said:
    @Bulletproof Moderator
    Have you tested the quote feature using the mobile/Android site... ?

    Did not work for me just now.

    Full/desktop site works fine.

    Fixed!

  • WalterWalter ✭✭✭

    Ah well, the US will be fine. Regardless of who is in the white house. Some more unity would be beneficial, but I guess that's not gonna happen unless someone foolishly attacks the US again.

  • WalterWalter ✭✭✭

    @drumminangoleiro said:
    To me, all this shit seems a little too...fabricated. Like, there was some Illuminati meeting and they're like "okay, who are we gonna have play the roles this year? We need a bigger clown than Bush to be the puppet on the right. Should we go for the mormon? Nah, how about the crazy religious black dude? No, we need someone that will rev up the racial/gender tensions and make even the most fucked up democrat seem totally worth voting for. Lets get Trump! What about the democrat? Is it time to bust out the Hillbot? Yeah, lets do that, but lets get all the young folks all riled up first with the most hippie-'d out guy we can, then take him out of the picture, that way Trump will seem like even more of a wacko. What about 3rd parties? We can't leave THEM out, we have to placate the alt-left, lets get some goofball pseudo-libertarian and someone even more bernie sanders than bernie sanders. But how are we gonna get ANYBODY to take Trump seriously? It's the age of the internet.... those alt-right folks are gonna be calling bullshit on all of this...i know, lets get Alex Jones on board with Trump!".

    You overestimate the power of those in power. Sure people get together and make plans, then they go apart and the plan changes immediately due to changing circumstance, human proclivities, etc. Humans, especially politicians, simply don't act in that way. The whole of history is a combination of impossible to predict dynamics that provide random results caused by a trillion factors. If a plan works, it's either because it's a small plan ('let's go to the movies tonight'), or because of coincidence ('let's control the US presidential election to get Hilly elected').

    I do not believe for one second the system is rigged (well expect for the rich using propaganda, disenfranchisement, etc.). And the idea that someone planned all this is even less likely. Unless you are talking about God of course.

  • drumminangoleirodrumminangoleiro ✭✭✭
    edited October 2016

    @Walter I was mostly joking. It's not that I believe that it's necessarily rigged, or that one group is necessarily masterminding the whole thing, but i also feel like it's a bit of a leap of faith to assume that the presentation in the media is an accurate representation of "what's really going on" or that what you do in the voting booth is 100% for sure never going to be tampered with, distorted, or lost, intentionally or unintentionally. That assumption would mean that all of the electronic equipment and everyone running it is completely reliable and the folks reporting the results are completely reliable. Deception, manipulation, and putting personal gain above honesty and integrity are things that all humans do, even more so in the realm of politics and when money and power is involved, and people also just make stupid mistakes. Hell, didn't the Hillbot's emails talk about how there are "public" politics and "private" politics?

    I am however 110% positive that mother Mary's baby daddy isn't involved in this election, it's clearly the work of Eris and J.R. "Bob" Dobbs.

  • sparefilmssparefilms Post-human Construct ✭✭✭
    edited October 2016

    @drumminangoleiro said:
    yeah that makes sense @sparefilms ,Trump is the "obvious" lesser of 2 evils

    Um...Trump is the one who couldn't make money running a casino and...like...uses nuclear weapons, betraying allies, and defaulting on the U.S. debt as his actual policy plans. So...yeah nuclear weapons and crashing the world economy is the greater evil here. They are both really evil, but one evil is just 'uge.

    Unfortunately for me there are a handful of states that are on the verge of becoming swing-states this election and mine is one of them, so my original plan of writing Zoltan Istvan in on the ballot may actually influence the color of my state for the next 4-8 years. Principals or prudence this election? Oh the wonderful choices we have!

    Seriously though, what happened to the Parkinson's and Hilldog being an actual literal demon straight from the pit of hell? No more Info Warriors defending those insane claims?

    EDIT: Formatting is broken, italics code makes things bold and bold doesn't work at all.

  • dazdaz today is a good day ✭✭✭

    @drumminangoleiro said:
    And apparently I can't edit that shit. Ah well.

    Editing is allowed/enabled for one hour after posting, then the edit option (cog icon) disappears.

    fake it till you make it

  • WalterWalter ✭✭✭

    @drumminangoleiro said:
    @Walter I was mostly joking. It's not that I believe that it's necessarily rigged, or that one group is necessarily masterminding the whole thing, but i also feel like it's a bit of a leap of faith to assume that the presentation in the media is an accurate representation of "what's really going on" or that what you do in the voting booth is 100% for sure never going to be tampered with, distorted, or lost, intentionally or unintentionally. That assumption would mean that all of the electronic equipment and everyone running it is completely reliable and the folks reporting the results are completely reliable. Deception, manipulation, and putting personal gain above honesty and integrity are things that all humans do, even more so in the realm of politics and when money and power is involved, and people also just make stupid mistakes. Hell, didn't the Hillbot's emails talk about how there are "public" politics and "private" politics?

    I am however 110% positive that mother Mary's baby daddy isn't involved in this election, it's clearly the work of Eris and J.R. "Bob" Dobbs.

    Ah I had the feeling you were joking. I totally agree mass media does not present an accurate picture of reality. However fraud that would influence the outcome of an election is pretty difficult since all participants in the US can freely observe the process, and all participants can volunteer to be part of it. I'm not sure how votes are registered in the US, but here there's always a paper trail, so any tampering in the computer system won't hold up for long.

    Obvious fraud happens in countries where the whole executive, legislative and judicial branch is okay with it and will join in making the preferred outcome happen. I don't see that at all in the US.

  • There was that whole thing in 2000 when George W. became president, and that's just that has actually been found out and reported on (by mainstream media even). I would think shit is just as sketchy now, if not moreso.

  • Modern Life SurvivalistModern Life Survivalist Saturated Fat Truther ✭✭

    @drumminangoleiro said:
    And apparently I can't edit that shit. Ah well.

    24 hour cut-off. Hey, quotes are back!

  • Modern Life SurvivalistModern Life Survivalist Saturated Fat Truther ✭✭

    @Walter said:

    Ah I had the feeling you were joking. I totally agree mass media does not present an accurate picture of reality. However fraud that would influence the outcome of an election is pretty difficult since all participants in the US can freely observe the process, and all participants can volunteer to be part of it. I'm not sure how votes are registered in the US, but here there's always a paper trail, so any tampering in the computer system won't hold up for long.

    Obvious fraud happens in countries where the whole executive, legislative and judicial branch is okay with it and will join in making the preferred outcome happen. I don't see that at all in the US.

    Elections are definitely being stolen. It has been proven, and this is exactly how they're doing it. They're using a program called GEMS after all votes have been tallied in each precinct. Easy enough to just slip it to the guys who handle the data. No need to bother too much with "vote flipping" or voter fraud on an individual basis (though I still think those are in there as a decoy), when you can just do this at the end of the process to adjust the votes. So, we now have a way to prevent election fraud—we just have to follow the recommendations on how to thwart it in every district of your state.

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