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What use are peaceful protests if the "root of negotiation is the mutual capacity for violence"?
This is a question I have been asked quite a lot over the last two years and has increasingly become a theme of its own ever since the Australian protests and last weekend's eruption of Europe-wide protests appeared to achieve nothing in terms of policy changes.
In this video I explain what protests really are and in turn what they achieve in the context of negotiation and the mutual capacity for violence. This video is a short-ish take that stays pretty much on topic and avoids digression. A more extended discussion can be found here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/mvondO6BgQtI/
Some people want me to digress endlessly, some want me to get to the point, so I'm trying both approaches to see what sticks.
Reference "Geopol: Mutual capacity for violence is the root of negotiation": https://rumble.com/vei3dh

What use are peaceful protests if the "root of negotiation is the mutual capacity for violence"?
This is a question I have been asked quite a lot over the last two years and has increasingly become a theme of its own ever since the Australian protests and last weekend's eruption of Europe-wide protests appeared to achieve nothing in terms of policy changes.
In this video I explain what protests really are and in turn what they achieve in the context of negotiation and the mutual capacity for violence. This video is a long-ish first take and I allow myself to wander to peripherally related subjects a bit (but it doubles the length of the video). Here is a shorter take: https://www.bitchute.com/video/nXljfmtce9f6/
Some people want me to digress endlessly, some want me to get to the point, so I'm trying both approaches to see what sticks.
Reference "Geopol: Mutual capacity for violence is the root of negotiation": https://www.bitchute.com/video/YFBl58wn65uq/

Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller has some pointed questions for U.S. military leadership.
Seems he has already been fired. Situation is still unfolding as of 2021-08-28

Be all that you can be, in the Afghan Army.

NOTICE: This video almost never plays. Until that gets sorted out you may have to visit the Rumble link. This is a pretty important video for those interested in North American geopolitical dynamics, as it has come to dominate.
Rumble: https://rumble.com/vfw8w3-geopol-how-geography-shapes-the-drug-war.html
A brief review of the illicit drug industry from the 1980's through today, how geography and political influence shaped the early drug war, how geography and the fall of the main Colombian cartels handed the Mexican over-land traffickers a massive opportunity, some of the social, political and economic side effects of drug prohibition in the United States, and a recommendation of how the situation could be diffused (though with no expectation this will ever be implemented).

(Didn't have a camera so this video is more podcast style.)
Morality can only be applied to conscious entities. Consciousness exists on a spectrum that ramps up to individual humans at the peak and then declines again the larger an organization composed of humans becomes. I discuss how morality maps to the consciousness spectrum to explain why so many political arguments are fallacious, dishonest distractions crafted to confuse the public.

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This video addresses violence as the root of negotiation, how that allows trust patterns to emerge, aggression signals convert to trust signals, and from there the foundations of civil society are laid.

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A quick discussion about the limits of blockchain technology in the face of a chronic deficit in social trust systems. This is only a quick one, so I don't get too deep into the nature of trust itself or the problems that arise in different types of trust networks. Bottom line: being a good faith actor, at least locally, is our only way forward.

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This video was prompted by a video by Styxhexenhammer666 yesterday about the Vermont legislature deciding to double down on mail-in voting and thereby ensuring perpetual election fraud. Styx's video: https://www.bitchute.com/video/A0KmWUJIGnUx/

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Will CCP China achieve nuclear parity with the US soon? Well, it's complicated. In this video I talk through some of the factors that have to be taken into account when assessing nuclear parity and the balance of risks and utility involved with possessing nuclear weapons.
Follow up: https://www.bitchute.com/video/lHK3bALTG3a0/

Previous video: https://rumble.com/vep2l3-geopol-us-nuclear-parity-with-china.html
A follow up to the previous video about nuclear parity, this video discusses the way that the MAD policy necessarily leads to ideological conflict as it limits the utility of other forms of direct conflict.

Very closely related: Yuri Bezmenov's explanation of "demoralization" operations from the Soviet perspective https://rumble.com/vbh6vf-yuri-bezmenov-ideological-subversion.html

I've been suspended (really a soft ban) from Twitter for an hilariously stupid reason. This is a good opportunity to discuss the mechanics of it as well as what it means in terms of tech-that-gets-big changing its intentions over time (another example of the general rule "capacity informs intent").

An infinite number of opportunities are always presenting themselves to us, but we are limited by our ability to identify them. I tell about how "Beautiful Rosso" give me an insight into the nature of our limitation and prattle on a bit about whatever else.

Explanation of how to use ZX to create a simple telnet chat server (extremely easy) and then explanation of what exactly is going on inside, why applications are structured the way they are, and toward the end homes in on how the client socket handlers are receiving data from the system and how and where we would start introducing more interesting behaviors such as chat commands and chat channels.
Reference post for the "Service ⇒ Worker" pattern mentioned a few times in the video above:
https://zxq9.com/archives/1311

I didn't have time to implement chat channels in the video (it doesn't take long, but the introductory explanation of the code ZX templates for us took quite a bit of time), but if there is any interest I would enjoy making another video that adds chat channels and maybe user registration and some basic password based authentication as an example.

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