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I was able to catch the first hour of this tonight (I am worried how much longer these will be possible).
One very good point made when stating how you just want to be left alone and do your own thing.

Airing political grievances works as a safety valve.
I have often warned people to stay away from politics, that it is a time waste and the leaders you put your faith in will just end up failing you. (Whether that is due to a corrupt system, or bad leaders, it matters not)

However, in one respect, allowing people the farce of participating in democracy, exercising their freedom of speech, and playing the two party game, the US was able to get away with SO much by just allowing us the meaningless exercise of criticism. Americans are treated worse than citizens of most developed nations I've been to. Our police do not treat us with respect. Our government is rude and treats us as enemies. While most of Europe is collecting $1000+ a month during the lockdown, Americans get a last minute surprise $600 check after 8 months, well after many businesses have failed and homes have been lost.

We are the only people in the world who are forced to pay (around $6,000+ a year) to a private insurance firm that will only pay for a health expenditure if we need massive surgery or cancer treatment. We have a fraction of vacation time and freedom to travel that other nations offer their people. We allow predatory and usurious financial firms to take advantage of our people, through abusive practices like reverse mortgages and payday loans that do nothing but steal wealth from the people who have the least of it. None of this exists in most of the developed world.

But they were able to get away with all this because there was always the safety value of "yeah but you can complain about us all you want, see, we aren't like a king at all tho" argument.

And this is huge. Our ruling elites could have continued treating us like garbage for a very long time, if they just let us make youtube videos or spout off on comment boards or make inflammatory tweets. I was perfectly content to critique feminism behind a keyboard at ROK but it wasn't until that option was gone did I really start looking into who was behind our society's evil roots and considered actively working for change.

They are very, very stupid. They could have had decades more of drag queen story hours, and globohomo wars, and private sex islands, and corporate grift, and expanded federal agencies, as long as they just allowed us to publicly rant about how much we hated those things. Now that we can't, the safety valve is gone, the pressure's high, and something's going to blow.

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We are the only people in the world who are forced to pay (around $6,000+ a year) to a private insurance firm that will only pay for a health expenditure if we need massive surgery or cancer treatment.

I recently watched an interview with an American who moved his family to Russia. For a one hour doctor visit with physical therapy, he paid around $8. His son needed emergency surgery and the total cost for the ambulance ride, surgery, and hospital stay was zero. He said emergencies are covered by the Russian government.

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I recently watched an interview with an American who moved his family to Russia. For a one hour doctor visit with physical therapy, he paid around $8. His son needed emergency surgery and the total cost for the ambulance ride, surgery, and hospital stay was zero. He said emergencies are covered by the Russian government.

Yep, that's the way the entire civilized world runs. I have a friend in Taiwan, and last year when I visited, went to the hospital and met with a specialist about a minor issue. Super efficient, almost no wait, easy to get in and out, automated intake, 5-10 minute wait at your prescribed time slot.

Went downstairs and the bill for the entire thing was $35. That included 2 prescription drugs, which the front desk of the hospital had ready and waiting for me in a bubble pack by the time I rode down the escalator to pay my bill. I told my buddy and he said, well, it was $35 because you don't have our national health insurance plan. Then it would have been $8.

In America I couldn't have even seen that specialist without first visiting a "primary care provider" and asking permission. Any drugs would have required a separate trip to a pharmacy several hours later, or the following day.

I have no health insurance in America so medical tourism is my health care system. The foreign systems are so much more efficient, it's no wonder they are cheaper. I have gotten pretty good care everywhere I have been, so I can't say much about quality, though the inefficiencies and poor logistics of the American system make me question how it could really be that good quality. It's so nice just paying a reasonable fee for a service and being treated kindly. I get extremely stressed out just dealing with my father's Medicare insurance, and know it's only worse for younger people.

No bad experiences abroad, though one Dr. in Costa Rica tried to make a bunch of money sending me to a private hospital there, but when I declined he treated me right there in his office, which was an old NYC ambulance with the wheels removed (this was at a remote nature resort where I caught some fever).

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I was able to catch the first hour of this tonight (I am worried how much longer these will be possible).
One very good point made when stating how you just want to be left alone and do your own thing.

Airing political grievances works as a safety valve.
I have often warned people to stay away from politics, that it is a time waste and the leaders you put your faith in will just end up failing you. (Whether that is due to a corrupt system, or bad leaders, it matters not)

However, in one respect, allowing people the farce of participating in democracy, exercising their freedom of speech, and playing the two party game, the US was able to get away with SO much by just allowing us the meaningless exercise of criticism. Americans are treated worse than citizens of most developed nations I've been to. Our police do not treat us with respect. Our government is rude and treats us as enemies. While most of Europe is collecting $1000+ a month during the lockdown, Americans get a last minute surprise $600 check after 8 months, well after many businesses have failed and homes have been lost.

We are the only people in the world who are forced to pay (around $6,000+ a year) to a private insurance firm that will only pay for a health expenditure if we need massive surgery or cancer treatment. We have a fraction of vacation time and freedom to travel that other nations offer their people. We allow predatory and usurious financial firms to take advantage of our people, through abusive practices like reverse mortgages and payday loans that do nothing but steal wealth from the people who have the least of it. None of this exists in most of the developed world.

But they were able to get away with all this because there was always the safety value of "yeah but you can complain about us all you want, see, we aren't like a king at all tho" argument.

And this is huge. Our ruling elites could have continued treating us like garbage for a very long time, if they just let us make youtube videos or spout off on comment boards or make inflammatory tweets. I was perfectly content to critique feminism behind a keyboard at ROK but it wasn't until that option was gone did I really start looking into who was behind our society's evil roots and considered actively working for change.

They are very, very stupid. They could have had decades more of drag queen story hours, and globohomo wars, and private sex islands, and corporate grift, and expanded federal agencies, as long as they just allowed us to publicly rant about how much we hated those things. Now that we can't, the safety valve is gone, the pressure's high, and something's going to blow.

Don't buy the lie/hype. I have been off of "health insurance" and using a "Christian health sharing ministry" for almost 10 years, it has been great and cheaper than 'health insurance'.

You don't need to buy your standard 'health insurance'

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using a "Christian health sharing ministry"

Can you explain how that works these days?

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Can you explain how that works these days?

The principle is that group of christians send gifts to other christians to cover their medical needs. That is how they get around calling it insurance. The amish started the idea and got insurance and tax exemptions to operate these arrangements.

You scale this up and it operates similarly to insurance as a risk pool. It is however not insurance, there are no guarantees of payments etc. If people just stop paying the whole thing falls apart.

Operationally, you go and get medical treatment, you get the bill sent to you and then send it in to the ministry HQ and they send you a reimbursement.

Last, because it is a religious organization, it can exclude all kinds of things, which keeps the risk pool and costs down. No drug treatment, no alcohol treatment, no psychological treatments, no birth control, no maternity care for single mothers, require that members be regular church attenders

You can read the full details on operations and costs at these sites

https://www.chministries.org/ - recommend
https://www.samaritanministries.org/ - recommend - this one even lets you use alternative medicine like naturopaths or chiropractors
https://www.medishare.com/ - do not recommend

PM me if you have detailed questions.

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Can you explain how that works these days?

Thread 'Christian Healthcare sharing'
https://www.rooshvforum.com/threads/christian-healthcare-sharing.39021/

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Last, because it is a religious organization, it can exclude all kinds of things, which keeps the risk pool and costs down

Yeah pre-existing conditions, they won't treat for 3 years in regards to cancer ( medishare)

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Masterful podcast which I listened through the whole of Sunday as I was preparing for the following week.

I like your approach of stating problems and solutions as matters of fact. Too many 'conservative' producers rely on outrage porn - and most of them showed their true colours the past week.

I think their system and pathos needs our despair to feed itself - what I'm trying to say is that no matter what the very essence of our religion is Hope and the Certainty of Gods glory besides his side for righteous deeds.

Let them put on their boots and start trying to kick our faces in. We'll fight back and enjoy the taste of blood in our mouth. Their spirit is weak, forfeited to the devil, whilst ours shall grow in the forthcoming struggles.

Dark days are ahead, I know - but together, with Christ, we shan't break.

God bless!

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Great show @Roosh ...I tried to listen as much as I could on my travels while delivering freight. Excellent stuff. I even subbed too.

How much does Dlive give you when you get a subscription? I like the perk of not waiting 30s to chat with others

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Watched the whole stream, as always. I wonder if it's God speaking to me through you about leaving because I'm on a brink of doing so. I need to think it over more. Choreg in Poland is called 'chałka' and you can find it all year in bakeries. I'm glad you found a talent in baking, it's more satisfying than one might think.

A few days after you posted that woodpecker video I got a lengthy visit from this guy, funny coincidence:
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Watched the whole stream, as always. I wonder if it's God speaking to me through you about leaving because I'm on a brink of doing so. I need to think it over more. Choreg in Poland is called 'chałka' and you can find it all year in bakeries. I'm glad you found a talent in baking, it's more satisfying than one might think.

A few days after you posted that woodpecker video I got a lengthy visit from this guy, funny coincidence:

Where would you plan to go? I see many of my friends scared and wanting to leave too, even the Ukranians are planning their next move.

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Go over to the Escape from the new normal thread. Wherever you try to go it's important if you can get residency without mountains of cash.

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Go over to the Escape from the new normal thread. Wherever you try to go it's important if you can get residency without mountains of cash.

None of the options mentioned there seem better than Polska for me, but I do understand your desire. Best of luck and safety whatever decision you make! :)

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6 months ago if someone mentioned more rallies and voting as our strategy, that was the commonly accepted view. Today if someone says that we laugh because we know he's being facetious. We will never vote our way out of this nightmare. It's time for secession or civil disobedience pursuant to regime change. Doing nothing, or pointless rallies, or arguing with satanic pedophiles hoping they'll see reason and play nice is all over. That ended when Ashli bled out or when they isolate and on live TV coup the president we voted for.
Reasoning with them is done. Voting is done. Rules are done. No more slave talk.
Fast, pray and get ready cause we are more marginalized now than ever. Our bridges are burnt behind us. So don't look back.

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Wow! Roosh even got the name exactly right. "Christian Nationalism". Wtf? Were they watching the livestream?

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Wow! Roosh even got the name exactly right. "Christian Nationalism". Wtf? Were they watching the livestream?

It's a new psyop:


Lots of tweets talking about it:

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It's a new psyop:


Lots of tweets talking about it:

Seeing it in other places too. The exact phrase, in sync. So uncanny after hearing you use these exact words on the Sunday livestream. Spooky.

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Oh great. So now the Left/Media is going to start using "Christian Nationalism" in the same fashion as old standbys like "white supremacy" and "RaHcIsT!" I.e. If you have a political view that is a micrometer to the right of Karl Marx, you're a "white supremacist!"/"rAhCiSt!" In the same way, if you actually take Christianity seriously, you'll be termed a "Christian Nationalist!"

I remember back when I was in college, this one girl said "I'm a Christian, but I'm more of a "positive Christian." Basically she was pretty much a garden variety Liberal who took a woman in her church's advice that "it's okay to sleep with a man before marriage, as long as you intend to marry him." She ended up "intending to marry" quite a few men, and developed issues as a result. Culminating in being sexually assaulted on a Tinder date gone wrong. She's still a hardcore BLM White Guilt Leftist to this day.

It reminds me of this particular quote from a Christian author going off on a rant against the Left:


"I was told that my Christian faith is archaic, outmoded, hypocritical, abusive and oppressive. In the history of the world, Christianity has been a cancer on the collective brain, impairing education, medicine, science and civilization. You would stamp it out completely if you could. Then, to appear generous, you granted that I could have an innocuous version of my faith that is nothing more than a vague inspirational adornment; one that must never influence my actual thinking, worldview, priorities, or choices - and must never be confessed out loud."

Read his whole thing, by the way, it's really good.

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