COPPA's Effect on YouTube: My Thoughts and Suggestions

Should we call it the A-COPPA-lypse? (ba dum tch)
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ImnotkiddingIdntgtit (2 years ago)

The truth is, the system we have today remains because the Founding Fathers' true dream
has been run into the sand by Lincoln and his successors. All the great empires from ancient
Israel to the present day collapsed because their people were unhappy. They sought a better
life under other regimes, unsurprisingly. Our Founding Fathers knew this and did everything in
their power to prepare not only themselves but also their people for the inevitable.
However, the USA's people didn't listen to the experts, not the other way around.
That's what got us Heaven's judgment in the form of the 1810s "solar minimum" and a
series of "super" (VEI >6) volcanic eruptions and the resulting "year of no summer" in
1816. The reality is that Abe Lincoln's father was neglectful, which left him more and
more frustrated with everything/one until the frustration reached a "critical point."

Otherwise, no one craves office; no joke.
ImnotkiddingIdntgtit (2 years ago)
"Germany's unforgivable crime before WW2 was its attempt to loosen its economy out of the world trade system and to build up an independent exchange system from which the world-finance couldn't profit anymore. We butchered the wrong pig." -- Winston Churchill (The Second World War - Bern, 1960)

"We made a monster, a devil, out of Hitler. Therefore we couldn't disavow it after the war. After all, we mobilized the masses against Satan. So we were forced to play our part in this diabolic scenario after the war. In no way could we have pointed out to our people that the war only was an economic preventive measure." -- US foreign minister James Baker (1992)

"Not the political doctrine of Hitler has hurled us into this war. The reason was the success of his increase in building a new economy. The roots of war were envy, greed, and fear." -- Major General J.F.C. Fuller, historian, England
ImnotkiddingIdntgtit (2 years ago)
Here's a good video on how our current financial system made this situation inevitable...

WARNING: The video in question is NOT intended for <13 years old. Viewers' discretion is advised.
ImnotkiddingIdntgtit (2 years ago)
Sorry. This country is finished. By not wanting to let go of their empire, America made its collapse totally inevitable. Joh F. Kennedy said, QUOTE: "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable." - END QUOTE
MoogBassist1971 (4 years ago)
COPPA is ruining YouTube. That’s why I’ve sought complete refuge here.
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ImnotkiddingIdntgtit (2 years ago)
@MoogBassist1971 lol, so true. The states will
bring calls for secession back to the table
again, and this time, our government won't be
able to repeal it because soldiers will, goddamn, quit. Our regime will go broke as
they run out of constituents from which to
collect taxes. Civil war will break out as
the government tries desperately to save
itself. Weakened by the "double threat" of
economic collapse and civil war, foreign
invasions will be possible. Some
secessionists will outright join the
invaders as they see a better life
under a foreign power. Who will strike
and when the disasters will hit are the
only remaining questions.
MoogBassist1971 (2 years ago)
@ImnotkiddingIdntgtit Absolutely, America has been taken over by domestic terrorists whose beliefs align with the Taliban's. They deny science and want to control women. (I'm looking at you, Texas.)
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Date: Nov 27, 2019 Views: 120 Ratings: 4
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