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Another guy set himself on fire

https://www.cnn.com/politics/live-news/trump-hush-money-trial-04-19-24/h_a0c5ea747751ddad7bc88749d2f559d1

This time outside the courthouse where the Donald Trump trial is being held. Looks like a case of mental illness. Allegedly his manifesto: https://theponzipapers.substack.com/p/i-have-set-myself-on-fire-outside

An excerpt:
One of the key findings of this research is that Harvard University is one of the largest organized crime fronts in history, which is how they churn out billionaires – it’s a major hub of this sprawling criminal network.

As it turns out, dozens of the writers of The Simpsons went to Harvard. So I asked myself the question: If The Simpsons served the interests of organized crime, how would it do so?

Well, it offers a dysfunctional family suffering from moral decay, a community incapable of solving its problems, a worker drone who slaves away for an evil billionaire, and cathartic laughs for our poor collective circumstances.

There are some notable specifics as it relates to this research, too: In Marge vs. The Monorail, the townsfolk are too oafish and divided to invest in the town’s needs (fix Main Street) and fall for the charms of a dazzling showman with a bogus monorail Ponzi scheme. When we know that the show is closely linked to an organization that invests billions of dollars in Ponzi factories, this becomes quite damning.

In Lisa the Iconoclast, Lisa discovers that town founder Jebediah Springfield was a secret criminal con artist, and that the townsfolk’s lives are a lie. Realizing this is an important discovery, she desperately tries to get the townsfolk to listen to her. But they meet her with hostility, apathy, disbelief, and partisanship and she fails to get through to them. Ultimately, she realizes the town is so far gone that perhaps it’s better for them to be lied to by con artists, and she keeps the secret to herself.

And here I’ve been, like Lisa Simpson, desperately trying to get friends, family, and the public to believe the proof of a totalitarian con I’m trying to show them, and they’ve turned away with hostility, apathy, disbelief, and partisanship.

And so, we realize the criminal truth of The Simpsons: Our elites are telling us that our eroding collective circumstances are our own fault, and we can’t do anything about it, while they steal the American Dream from us. It is, for lack of a more elegant word, brainwashing.

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Self immolation? Or did his crack-pipe explode?

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One too many Flaming Moe's if you ask me



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CNN reporter Laura Coates is freaking ghoul! SMH

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In Marge vs. The Monorail

Great episode.

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His lungs are likely not going to be able to sustain him. It is very sad someone would do this to themselves. Fire is a horrible way to go and very painful to live thru.

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Back already deary?

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For a bit, Love Monkey!

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Welcome back!

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His manifesto sounds like something Christina would write.

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in a way

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