More Kek Family


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10 responses to “More Kek Family

  1. “…a Plan to Kill Everyone They Meet.”

    So… That includes you too.


  2. One of my favorite sayings.. kinda makes you think when you are around people!

  3. Yup, peaceable, loving, law abiding family. Step off the mark, and start fuck-assing-around, and you’re going to wish you’d never been born.

  4. I don’t know if the rules here are similar in vein to Vox Day’s on this subject (that is guns are always on topic). Since this is a gun owning area of the internet, I wanted to get some thoughts on what are the best (reliability, durability, accuracy) top five to ten or .40 cal sidearms (combat/fighting not concealed carry) on the market in the opinions of the readers here. Would love if you might post it as an open post.

    If not no worries.

  5. Despite the speculation that abounds, there are members of society that maintain a finger on the pulse of society, as well as news of the day and have taken the necessary steps to prepare those they love for the evil and brutality that lurks amongst us.

    They know their plans are not perfect, and the chance to come out of it unscathed may be limited…but still, one must try.

    No guarantees for sure, but laying down and taking the imposition of others is not part of the game plan. So, Yes, these people do exist.

  6. Going once, twice. Sold! America is now openly OWNED AND OPERATED by banksters.

    All HAIL King Orange! King of Bankruptcy and friend to ALL!(banks)

    “As previewed earlier today, moments ago President Trump signed two executive orders aimed at starting the process of rolling back the regulatory system put in place after the financial crisis.

    Among the targets are rules that protect against predatory lenders, force brokers to lower fees for retirees and ban proprietary trading. Specifically, Trump took executive action ordering the review of Dodd-Frank rules enacted after 2008 financial crisis, and halting the “fiduciary rule” that would require advisers on retirement accounts to work in the best interests of their clients.

    Wall Street CEOs such as Lloyd Blankfein and Jamie Dimon, tired of being constrained from blowing up the financial world with undue government regulations and relying almost entirely on NIM which stubbornly refuses to rise, have been pushing for changes for years, arguing that the industry has been too constrained by the system put in place by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act. After Trump focused on limiting trade and immigration during his first two weeks in office, policies opposed by many in the financial industry, the president’s stroke of a pen unleashes a process to undo many of the rules they find most “irksome” as Bloomberg put it.

    “We’re going to attack all aspects of Dodd-Frank,” Gary Cohn, former Goldman president director of the White House National Economic Council, said Friday in an interview with Bloomberg Television. “We are going to engage the House, we’re going to engage the Senate. They are equally interested in reforming some of the regulatory processes as well. We can do quite a bit without them, but the more help we get from Congress the better off we’re all going to be.”

    “Finally, while Trump was quick to begin the process of undoing Dodd Frank – no doubt with the helpful advice of numerous former Goldman bankers standing behind his shoulder – he has yet to make any comments on bringing back Glass Steagall, the one law that would truly protect depositors from runaway banker greed, and mandate yet another taxpayer funded bailout the next time the US banking sector is in need of a bailout.”