|Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] over ruled on OBL targeting.....
|Quoting Ruben Safir (mrbrklyn-at-panix.com):
> On 10/23/2016 11:55 AM, Rick Moen wrote:
> > What I hear is incoherence.
> what you hear is whatever you want to hear. T
It ain't me.
Sorry, Ruben. Pretty much everyone outside your epistemic-closure
bubble has noticed that the man cannot pursue a coherent line of thought
for more than about 30 seconds unless he is -literally- reading someone
else's script provided for him.
Which actually hasn't damaged his candidacy very much, truthfully,
because he also doesn't have an actual platform other than 'Trust me,
it'll be great.' So, the incoherence doesn't do any harm to a program
of action that doesn't actually exist and never will.
But that's OK. After his alleged candidacy goes down to self-impelled
smoking ruin, you can spend the next twenty years talking about how
great he _would_ have been. Have fun with that.
> Meanwhile Russia has obtained its 300 year goal of getting a military
> presence in the warm water port of the Persian Gulf.
Has Tartus, Syria (where Russia has had a military presence since 1971)
been magically moved from the Mediterranean coast to the Persian Gulf?
Or is this just another fanciful invention from Rubenworld like
relocating Dubrovnik to Colorado?
How deeply _are_ you now invested into the post-factual, Breitbart
anti-Semitic worldview, sir? Are you subscribing to those Alex Jones
newsletters, yet? Operators are standing by!
 'Epistemic closure' is a useful term coined by libertarian blogger
Julian Sanchez in 2010 to denote the counterfactual tendencies of the
neoconservative and alt-right lunatic fringes.
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