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We are trying to get a niece and her husband and three sons out of So Cal and move to the Ozarks. They seem oblivious to what is taking place in their state. They are in denial about the future there. How can they be so willfully ignorant?

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Sep 7, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

Mind boggling' ...You hit the nail on the head. Brainwashing and psychological manipulation by the corrupted state coupled with a fear of any alternate reality outside of their habitual existence is what it comes down to. How much of the denial is down to the programming received via the education system? The willful deniers are half the problem, the other half are the woke people who see and understand what is going on but fear being called conspiracy theorists and thus fail to spread the word.

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If there is no electricity there is no control, all these cameras, data centers (usually the back up never works - batteries run out fast, its only to bring the systems down properly) will stop working and the elite psychopaths loose control, plus they do not make any money any more.....

So I have my doubts about it, most of it is fearmongering.......

The agenda of California, is different though, an example of fear for other states? time will tell

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No more sales of gas powered cars eh, California? I'm fer sure that'll be super awesome sauce, dudes!

The newer electric car horns will all sound like: Derp! Derpitty DERP DERP DERP! *sputter-sputter-cough*! It's Cartoonifornia!

My mentally unhinged WA state isn't far behind sadly. 🙀

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That there's such a thing as the "electric car industry" is in-your-face evidence of how susceptible we are to propaganda and how willing we are to advance our own enslavement.

Electric cars cost more to make, cost more to operate, don't "reduce carbon" (as if that were a worthy goal in the first place), severely limit driving range, are more difficult to fuel/power, can be turned off and/or controlled by outsiders, and have a much earlier planned obsolescence than gas cars (spent batteries too costly to replace).

And yet, people still buy them.

There are even waiting lists for certain models.

They're sleek, quiet and you get to spend lots more AND reduce your freedom at the same time!!! What? Still not interested? Did we mention you get to "save the environment?" That the brandname references a cool mysterious 20th century scientist? Did you know that the "CEO" is a celebrity who has babies with popular recording artist "Grimes"? Still no? How about a Rivian truck instead--it's like a regular truck, but with less range and 4x the price. You know that company is trustworthy because the boy wonder "CEO/founder" is the son of a longtime defense contractor. What? Still no? Are you bad at math? Ok, then how about a Nissan Leaf? It'll save you money by 2036, so long as gas stays above $5/gal (and the batteries don't wear out).

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I left the state around 20 years ago, lived in Beverly Hills. Man, I loved it so much and miss the California of old. But all was not well even back then and the writing was on the wall. It’s rally such a shame because California is the most beautiful state and one of the most beautiful places on Earth. The natural diversity of California is incredible and it’s really such a travesty that the state is being ruined by globalist faggots. I really hate that. But California is going to have to hit rock bottom before there is a chance of recovery. I think rock bottom is still a few decades away...so sad.

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I lived in the Bay Area when they did the rolling black outs under Gray Davis and he lost his job within a year. People tolerate far more today and they know it.

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Roads clogged with dead electric cars ? people not being able to go to work ? Hehe everyone buy a bicycle, a real one, not an electric, a foot pushed one. Otherwise you won't be able to get around

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Sep 7, 2022·edited Sep 7, 2022

Happy treat ! 🎼 https://youtu.be/q43OxVBOGj4 view fullscreen : )

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How much space does Florida have with all the Californians and Canadians fleeing there....it's gonna get crowded.......

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I have some spare rooms in my house in Texas. Just sayin'.

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Don’t forget that every ice engine imported into the United States generally must meet CARB (oh, the irony of that acronym) regulations. Basically to economically sell cars, motorcycles, etc, foreign companies have to meet CA standards.

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Mexifornia is still > Mexico

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From what I gather here, it could be good to consider ways of eliminating debt altogether. I know one thing concerning the shot, that if I had to camp in my car (I do like camping) to avoid it, it would have been no problem and immediate. Infrastructure and supply is a concern. In my opinion we need to form our own local networks and co-operatives. Suggestion - Set up group campsites. Might be able to cultivate some leafy greens hidden in the bush or in pots.

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Sep 7, 2022·edited Sep 7, 2022

Downfall of the USA—>. The voting laws are not federal.

The biggest mistake was allowing states to run their own elections! Why didn’t they foresee the potential for cheating?

Communists/cheaters have taken it one blue state at a time. Don’t know how much longer before separation of states happens.

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