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published Nov 14, 2008, last modified May 24, 2016

An allegory for the individual addled by incapacity to consider possibilities outside the lines engraved in his mind by his masters, who gets angry at those who can.

Prepare — plenty of interesting Christmases await!

It's so big, most people have no clue they are part of it — but would gladly celebrate all brutality done in the name of it.

This is how the transition from a high-trust society to a low-trust society looks like. "Bruh, why does the meat have anti-shoplifting stuff on it?" Simply because barbarians from the area won't stop stealing it — not because of a local grocers' conspiracy.

Forms of evil with a name are easier to spot than nameless evils.

We at Rudd-O.com don't know either way, but this conspiracy theory is truly sensational.

You may have learned in school that zeroes after the fractional — the digits after the comma — are useless. With Bitcoin, they might not be.

In the latest escalation against the Freedom Convoy, the Trudeau regime has given itself permission to sabotage the finances of everyone they accuse of "wrongdoing" — no evidence, sentence or even court order required.

Don't dare think outside the box you were prescribed.

Here is the quintessential face of the enforcer of the State. When there's an inadequate supply of sadists to fill this role, the State manufactures more through their "educational" institutions.