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This applies to Der Movement more than it does to conservatives.
But we should all support the Yang Gang, right? Gee, the Quota Queens have been really quiet about Yang recently. Did they realize that they were making fools of themselves?
One possible idea for some Americans to get around travel bans to Europe (I do not have any suggestions for the reverse) is to investigate the possibility of obtaining dual citizenship in an EU nation. There are several mechanisms by which dual citizenship can be obtained and I will assume that the EU cannot ban their own citizens from traveling there.
There are of course certain potential problems/issues with this plan:
1. This option would most likely be available for only a very small fraction of people.
2. This would be something that would be most optimal as a preemptive mechanism, for people who have not yet become overt public activists. Of course, overt public activists can, and should, attempt this, if relevant to their individual cases, but I assume that the EU nations would simply refuse to issue dual citizenship to known “haters.”
3. It is also possible that an EU nation would strip dual citizenship from someone if and when they are identified as a “hater.” I am not sure what the legal status of such stripping would be, but we know that the System does – or tries to do – anything it wants.
4. You would need to understand all the legal and political implications of dual citizenship.
Well, regardless of the details and the limited nature of this possibility, it is something to at least consider if circumstances allow.
Strom being an ignorant, anti-scientific jackass.
Autism rates are far lower in populations that don’t inject their children with Big Pharma products…
There is no evidence whatsoever linking vaccination (to which Strom undoubtedly refers) to autism. In the midst of a resurgence of measles, to imply otherwise is the height of irresponsibility. If you are interested in correlations between autism and other factors, why don’t you take a look at the posts about autism at this blog – or look at Bowery’s work on the subject – and you’ll see alternative hypotheses that are far more likely to be correct than the “big scary needles causing problems” hysteria. In my opinion, it’s more likely that there is a causative relationship (and not just a correlation) between diversity and autism than there is between vaccination and autism. By the way, concerning “Big Pharma products” you may wish to express concern about maintenance medication – where the big money is really made (*) – pushing pills for (in my opinion) imaginary diseases (attention deficit disorder) or for diseases caused by lifestyle choices (statins, metformin, blood pressure medication being used because the average American has the BMI of a black hole singularity). Never mind putting every other person on “anti-depressants.” But, alas, pills are not “scary needles” so no need to worry, eh?
*As well as cancer therapeutics that are exorbitantly expensive and prolong lifespan by, at most, months.