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GOP continues its war against America. by Jenny Murdfuck - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:59:28 EST ID:qDa9sTUj No.172070 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.salon.com/2018/10/19/analysis-brian-kemp-has-purged-over-300000-voters-from-georgia-rolls/
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Archie Hellysone - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 15:39:18 EST ID:pQWfSP8/ No.172084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>172080

Americans have social programs like medicaid and medicare thats socialism. Socialism works, its just the bureaucracy thats always involved and miss management. We havesocial medicare in my country and its works, but its badly managed. Government workers get paid waaaayyyy too much for what they do, and if there is a lot politics involved who gets treated, and when I mean treated. I mean who makes more, because the more you make the more you pay for coverage. I mean, the law says no matter who pays more or less you are supposed to cover but, in reality thats not the case. It gives the illusion that everyone is covered but the higher wage earners are going to get a approve for operations than a low wage worker. Also, if you think America has the best doctors you are outta your mind. I always ask if I am seen by someone if that doctor has touch (physically) a patient. Any doctors that actually checks you is a good doctor. Checks pretty much everything, and askes you (does this hurt) can you feel a pain here, how you been do you feel tired or weak, checks throats, ect. Socialism does work if managed properly, the problem is that most of the countries that hold that logic are poor disenfranchised countries like mine. And political leaders take advantage of that power and sell the idea that everyone is equal when it is and flip flop once in power. Public servants are not suppose to make money in reality, they server the people.

>I worked at a medical field for a while btw,\.


>>172081
Its just plain good old racism man. How is that not hard to understand. Real republicans are immigrants to be honest, they dont like democrats at all. They are mostly religious base, which its a shame because youll be surprise how much they have in common with white christian republicans. Still, lets not pretend white
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Archie Hellysone - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 15:47:05 EST ID:pQWfSP8/ No.172085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172084
Got lazy at the end and didnt finish my sentence. Let's not pretend white americans are willing, I mean willing to give up their well being just to have a white person in power, like fuck. For real..
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David Sirringfield - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 19:20:51 EST ID:1fIHantD No.172088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172084

When talking about Medicaid; the USA has the highest per capita cost of health care in the world.

So much for the 'free market'? Only dumb-dumbs think private health care is a good idea.
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Jenny Gellerfed - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 23:24:56 EST ID:w5jwQxxM No.172090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You guys still splashing around in the mud with this "republican" and "democrat" shit?
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Augustus Bunstock - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 01:56:38 EST ID:yARD3yt4 No.172091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can't fucking believe this shit. And I live in Alabama, which I always thought was more backwards and corrupt than Georgia.

This is just brazen corruption and attack on our constitutional rights. Republicans don't give a fuck about the constitution.


Saudi Arabia transfers $100 million to U.S. amid crisis over Khashoggi by Freedom Wizard - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 10:11:34 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.172059 Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/saudi-arabia-transfers-100-million-to-us-amid-crisis-over-khashoggi/2018/10/17/22b23ae1-c6a4-43a4-9b7d-ce04603fa6ab_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.f27c0eb23b5c

The United States received a payment of $100 million from Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, the same day Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh to discuss the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a State Department official confirmed Wednesday amid global calls for answers in the case.

Saudi Arabia publicly pledged the payment to support U.S. stabilization efforts in northeastern Syria in August, but questions persisted about when and if Saudi officials would come through with the money.

The timing of the transfer, first reported by the New York Times, raised questions about a potential payoff as Riyadh seeks to manage the blowback over allegations that Saudi agents were responsible for Khashoggi's disappearance. The State Department denied any connection between the payment and Pompeo's discussions with Saudi officials about Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributing columnist.
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Ernest Pickhall - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 22:21:40 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172064
lol right? this is what we get for giving them time to take care of loose ends and come up with a story
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Cornelius Canningshaw - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 18:56:13 EST ID:7jSCk8Ii No.172071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So now they're admitting that he was tortured, murdered and dismembered, but claim they had no knowledge of. But that it and it was done by their people acting on their own. Is that the gist of what's happening now?
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Charles Billingdock - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 21:08:09 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.172073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172071
I think they are implying that he went into embassy and inexplicably started a fight, and they were just "defending themselves"
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David Sirringfield - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 06:48:29 EST ID:1fIHantD No.172078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172073

Ah yes, the old ‘Police Defence’ tactic. Works for American cops, but I kinda doubt it will work in international diplomacy.
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George Fillergold - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 11:35:15 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.172079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The funniest thing is when you consider exactly the sorts of people who support this kind of policy from their politicians, then whine about Islam and Zionists


Schumer Cuts Deal With GOP To Force Trump Judges Through by Matilda Sinnertere - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 12:35:59 EST ID:lHv+cS/f No.171317 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Sparking More Calls for His Ouster, Chuck Schumer Cuts Deal With Mitch McConnell to Fast-Track Seven Trump Judges
https://truthout.org/articles/chuck-schumer-cuts-deal-with-mcconnell-to-fast-track-trump-judges/
>In addition to openly refusing to pressure his caucus to unite against President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is also helping his Republican counterpart ram through Trump’s far-right lower court nominees at a torrid pace.

>Sparking immediate outrage from progressives, Schumer cut a deal with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday that allowed the GOP to fast-track votes on seven of Trump’s federal court nominees in exchange for… well, it’s not exactly clear what he received in return, outside of getting to go home for a few days.

>Because these judges — selected with the help of the right-wing Federalist Society — are relatively young, they are now in a position to shape American law for decades to come, threatening the planet, workers, and women’s reproductive rights.

>“Sen. Schumer, why are you cutting a deal with Mitch McConnell to fast-track Trump judges? Why won’t you whip the vote to stop Kavanaugh?” wrote Indivisible in response to reports of the senators’ agreement. “We’re fighting to protect our courts and save our democracy. We expect you to do the same.”
These psychos are going to be deciding judicial policy on the ground level for the rest of our fucking lives.

At what point do we conclude that Schumer is just straight up working for the Republicans?
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Samuel Brocklekuck - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 15:11:05 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.172068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172067
When I was a kid "political correctness" referred to bullshit that the government impressed on you, even if indirectly, like parental advisory stickers on your CD's or funcoland not being able to sell you a videogame the esrb rated M. Or the v chip.

What is Schumer talking about, exactly?
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Ernest Pickhall - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 16:28:17 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.172069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172068
when people talk about political correctness nowadays they're mostly whining about not being able to say racial slurs without social consequence.
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Matilda Claywill - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 21:42:12 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.172075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172068
(American) political correctness nowadays is a capitalism-friendly Disney society. It excludes explicit racism from societies discourse, but also excludes the exposure of implicit racism from societies discourse.

So you get this weird schizoid corporate-friendly society where fascists can't openly broadcast their propaganda in society, but black athletes can't protest the hidden fascism that's still in the system after all these years. People want racists gone from society, but they don't want to think that they might be the racists that should be gone from society.

The goal of course is to create a nice family-friendly docile sheep society that consumes and buys. And this capitalism-mixed-with-head-in-the-sand-we're-not-racist-but-also-racist-but-don't-talk-about-how-we're-still-racist shit gets some really weird mixup in gender identity politics. There are entire legions of people out there that aggressively defend and police their gender identity on the internet. Why?
Peak capitalism. It's a whole lot easier to market products to people that fit in easy categories instead of the actual nebulous reality we inhabit.

But what Chuck Schumer is talking about? Who the fuck knows?
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Clara Cropperwill - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 15:20:23 EST ID:5s1oG5Bo No.172082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172075
>trannies only exist because capitulism
Equally as bad as trannies only exist because jews, why can't either of you retards lrn2mentalillness or is that a jewish/capitalism construct too? No wonder nazbols exist these days, they just agreed with both of you retards about shit you don't understand.
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Alice Fanham - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 19:57:48 EST ID:Zj3YwJQV No.172089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>somebody got butthurt, couldnt make a valid counter-argument, so just deleted the post out of spite


Nikki Haley Resigns as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations by Graham Blatherfoot - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 10:39:50 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.171960 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apparently her resignation was due too her using public funding for personal means.

>“By accepting gifts of luxury private flights, Ambassador Haley seems to be falling in line with other Trump administration officials who are reaping personal benefits from their public positions,” the group’s executive director, Noah Bookbinder, said in a statement calling for the investigation Monday.
>The group, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington,

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/09/us/politics/nikki-haley-united-nations.html
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George Senkindale - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 12:45:57 EST ID:W9U9z9Cx No.171972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171971
That's fucking hilarious.
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Polly Dartville - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:52:39 EST ID:kylST0Dv No.171973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>171971
This is floated by all the usual outlets, not even my take. It could also originate at John Bolton, since she went contrary to his tenure at the UN.
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Esther Suvingkone - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 15:42:50 EST ID:jajGWUvR No.171974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So the self published presidential fluff piece's purpose was to throw the scent off her trail I guess?
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Thomas Fuckingwater - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 19:37:43 EST ID:Mab+bS3h No.171975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171973
>This is floated by all the usual outlets
Which ones?
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Polly Turveyville - Thu, 11 Oct 2018 08:32:00 EST ID:k4enMT4C No.171979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171972
Except it's just baseless speculation. I still think it was Sessions who wrote the article. He never personally denied it. Writing an op ed attacking the original op ed is not something you do when it could end up backfiring horribly if it ever got out. There's no reason to invite that sort of political suicide on yourself.


Two of The Greatest Idiots of our Age Meet by Ian Goodwell - Thu, 11 Oct 2018 16:02:58 EST ID:4scaaRdR No.171984 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45826875

>Kanye West has launched into an expletive-filled rant in the Oval Office as he lavished praise on US President Donald Trump.

>West also banged his fist on the Oval Office's famed Resolute Desk and discussed his bipolar diagnosis.

What is there to even say? What amusing commentary can I even make? We are almost at the point of 100% real-life Idiocracy. The clown president just invited a clown rapper to come and have a babbling "interview" for literally no reason. This is the world we are in.
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Lydia Wenningwig - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 17:26:22 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.172052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172051
He really isnt helping anyone or anything. He just goes around yelling silly shit, jumping on cafeteria tables and a bunch of gobbledygook. People just tolarate him because hes famous and rich, and real person would of been arrested and taking for a evaluation.
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Hannah Pinnerford - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 17:39:25 EST ID:vCluv2tB No.172053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172052
That's just black culture you hater.
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Lydia Wenningwig - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 18:00:47 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.172054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>172053
It is what it is.
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Henry Sammertot - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 19:29:45 EST ID:CPl0kkPe No.172055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172052

where are you from where people are arrested and forced into reeducation just for silly behaviors or beliefs? furthermore what makes that moral in any way?
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Fanny Fasslesodge - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 09:18:58 EST ID:FCxwzzLs No.172058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172055
>where are you from where people are arrested and forced into reeducation just for silly behaviors or beliefs?
I'm from the US mate.


So a Kashoggi and some Saudis walk into a consulate... by Betsy Shittingwill - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 15:16:14 EST ID:a/P5Yqqh No.172011 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Isabella Clayway - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 21:38:51 EST ID:CPl0kkPe No.172038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172036

australia is stocking up hard
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Phineas Binkindack - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 21:48:07 EST ID:4scaaRdR No.172039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172038

u never know shit might pop off in asia, they gotta be ready for shit to get real
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Isabella Sunkinstutch - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 02:17:46 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.172041 Report Quick Reply
>>172037

It does seem ridiculously suspicious, though at this point it's Turkey and Saudi Arabia who are pointing fingers and neither state is trustworthy AT ALL and both are only useful to the US in regards to material resources and buffers against other Islamic states. Basically the US will likely not get involved. (But these days who the fuck even knows anymore.)
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Polly Gindleville - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 07:55:26 EST ID:1bgLD5tI No.172046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>172041

Also arms sales, which seems to currently be a point of contention. $110b or something along those lines. I'd think that chances are it will go through, but it'd be rather interesting to see that fall apart.

And this lol https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/10/15/you-couldnt-make-bunch-mops-cleaners-and-trash-bags-delivered-saudi-consulate-ahead

Not sure who Common Dreams is or who funds them, but the idea is rather funny in a dark way.
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Polly Cittinghall - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 18:27:58 EST ID:n/qNRfZx No.172087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
USA won't do shit since he's a foreign national and not white. Saudi oil money will smooth this over in no time. People will complain, and shitheads will complain about the audacity of people to complain about a foreign national being murdered in cold blood by a US ally, but nothing bad will happen to the Saudis and the American government will keep counting that sweet, sweet blood-soaked Saudi payola.

>>172036

What does Australia need with all of those weapons/military vehicles? Are they deathly afraid of China coming after them or something?


May planning a SECOND election for "Brexit" mandate by Albert Didgehall - Mon, 24 Sep 2018 10:43:07 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.171708 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/09/british-pm-theresa-planning-snap-election-november-180923052959623.html

Hey, when you don't succeed, try try again!
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Priscilla Drallyson - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 04:36:54 EST ID:8TuuZerU No.172028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171731
Get kinda buzzed, buckethead is suddenly cool, then realize it's repetitious. Yenveia Malmstein < mispelled. Was called a guitar god. If you look at it, it's pretty basic. Buckethead as well. A playing style that knows nothing more than what the rest of the music is. Although buckethead has more, and working with other musicians worked well part of the time. When it wasn't just buckethead
trying to be in the front, but kinda laying back as being part of a group effort.
letting others do their thing. Still though, taking advantage of the spolight. That is what made me think, partially anyway, that him being trying tobe the center of the collaborations by different artists, that it's pretty generic when his improvisation
would get very repetitious. Just my though.
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Frederick Drorringbene - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 10:32:36 EST ID:FCxwzzLs No.172029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172028
Buckethead, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Yngwie Malmsteen- they're all guitar whores. I like all of them, but they get old fast because they're just solo whores.
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Hugh Nugglechudging - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 13:53:58 EST ID:6DB69BLX No.172031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172029
They just shred well. Shredding is just running through scales at lightening speed. And it isn't too hard to do, just sit in your room and practice phrases and scales endlessly and slowly work your speed up. I do it for solos all the time. I make a solo and record it to a metronome going slow, then I speed it up with software. If it sounds good, then I just grind hours practicing it until it is lightning fast.

I used to think there was magic and shit in music. Until after I wrote my first albums worth of material and studied music theory in college. It really is just following the rules and breaking them in the "right ways." Really deep levels of theory can show you why every pop song sounds the same and why they are so popular through the numerous tricks they use when making them.
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Sidney Hurringchut - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 17:49:12 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.172032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172026
Corbyn probably won't win because he pissed off the Jews
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Isabella Sadgeware - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 18:51:12 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.172034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172032
Then who the fuck is going to be? Lib-Dems and UKIP?


EU Copyright reform, or for once the US isn't to blame for fucking up the Internet by Eugene Lightfield - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 11:32:12 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.171429 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://juliareda.eu/eu-copyright-reform/

https://medium.com/freely-sharing-the-sum-of-all-knowledge/your-internet-is-under-threat-heres-why-you-should-care-about-european-copyright-reform-7eb6ff4cf321

The basic gist here is the EU is passing reforms that will help huge companies, but hurt small open source companies, like Mozilla, Git hub, etc.

These reforms will require websites to filter out copyrighted material. Those kornheisers you post on woo? Kirt is going to have to filter them out or be responsible for paying royalties... Good bye OC...

And how do you think these materials will be filtered? As you upload them. It doesn't just entice websites to enact web surveillance, it practically makes it the law.

If you have one, tell your MEP what you think.
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Martin Bennerfed - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 15:15:53 EST ID:NhT4QeT/ No.171803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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VPNs are gonna go through the roof

and people who dont know how to use them being arrested for thought crime.
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Frederick Pirrychork - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 16:47:27 EST ID:uA5N5Z0m No.171806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171663
This law creates the liability. That's how laws work.
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Martin Bennerfed - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 18:13:07 EST ID:NhT4QeT/ No.171807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171806

its not clear what counter-argument youre trying to make. laws are by default infallible?
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Jessica Tandy needs candy !!vVWR8L52 - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 18:47:42 EST ID:gLfgUi0e No.172021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have actually live in Europe so the Europeans have to smell an American, since we all smell like wet dog and Monsanto chemicals, but I digress, the real problem with article 13 is that so called "normies" are going to be pulled over in the streets by the gendarmes for wearing spongebob socks, or at least that's what the one DVD I own said, Reno 911 all seasons, since my non-phone internet got fucked harded than mini-fridge computer
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Priscilla Drallyson - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 04:25:22 EST ID:8TuuZerU No.172027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171663
The hakers thing. Was kinda wondering that myself. UI guess these big companies, including internet based corporations getting hacked, it's
back to copyright infringement for a while. Didn't read links but, the
same ol same ol. However, this could be a test to see what they
can get away with. Reality is, that it's trying to push through what
they possibly can,. This will end in not time, or stagnate for
years and accomplish basically nothing.


Trump Secretly Paid Tucker Carlson $150k by Sophie Simblepid - Sat, 19 May 2018 12:03:48 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.168637 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://observer.com/2017/06/trump-tucker-carlson-daily-caller/

Oh, and the Koch brothers are funneling almost a million to Carlson's media outlet through a tax exempt non-profit which is almost certainly illegal.

Trump has been paying for good media coverage. That's called propaganda. Plain and simple. He paid Sinclair media to cover him favorably on the local news, he paid Carlson to cover him well on Fox News and at the Daily Caller. Who knows who else he paid. There's a problem when a narcissistic billionaire with no clue what he's doing can just buy his way into the presidency by bribing the media to lie for him. If we don't fix this, this is how American democracy will finally fall. We've had a pretty good run but when the wealthy can just control the country using propaganda to buy elections, we've become a plutocracy, or a kleptocracy or a kakocracy depending on which term you feel like using, they're all applicable.
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Isabella Hunningstone - Thu, 11 Oct 2018 22:21:51 EST ID:sClHa8sB No.171997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171982

Nah. That would be funny if it happened, but it's been established that there are no repercussions for being a piece of shit, and you in fact get more support because by being a piece of shit gets you the support of other pieces of shit and contrarians that would rather support a piece of shit just to be different. Short of a military coup you're getting another 2 years minimum of lunacy.

>>171987

He's not going to pay shit. He won't even admit any fault. That's the world we live in now.
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Nell Pandledit - Thu, 11 Oct 2018 22:24:57 EST ID:CPl0kkPe No.171998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171997

muh basket of deplorables

call people pieces of shit, thats how you get them to join your oh so unified side
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Fanny Hengerbury - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 13:56:04 EST ID:dEMPoJZ8 No.172007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171998
If people don't wanna be called pieces of shit, maybe they shouldn't act like it?
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Doris Honeyson - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 17:06:29 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.172016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171988
He hasn't won much of anything except shuffle into the SCOTUS a guy who absolutely would let Trump off of any charges on sexual harassment or criminal liability. He was only chosen because he directly said the president shouldn't be held criminally liable for anything he does while he's in office. The problem is all the dumb fucking idiots like you who buy into the rhetoric. In reality he's basically accomplished nothing except get us more isolated on the world stage while sucking Israel's cock. He's made a lot of grandstanding and little has come of it, for instance claiming he "solved" the Korean problem and "made peace with North Korea". He's so fucking stupid and arrogant he does't realize this is what North Korea does and has done for half a century now. They bullshit their way into "talks" to gain concessions, don't live up to their end of the bargain, then shoot a missile near Japan or sink some South Korean boat to get the world back at the bargaining table for more appeasements. This is but one example of Trump losing and being too stupid to notice.
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Polly Cittinghall - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 17:44:25 EST ID:n/qNRfZx No.172086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171998

I have no side but my own, /pol/ fag. Fuck off out of here with your groupthink bullshit if you're not going to kill yourself.


Supreme Court General by Buck Strickland - Sat, 29 Sep 2018 16:08:20 EST ID:jqyExrvD No.171781 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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no thread yet? seriously?

Let's start from the beginning.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/27/anthony-kennedy-retiring-from-supreme-court.html

>JUNE 27, 2018
>WASHINGTON
>Anthony Kennedy retiring from Supreme Court
>Justice Anthony Kennedy, a crucial swing vote on the Supreme Court, announced Wednesday he's retiring at the end of July, giving President Donald Trump another chance to fundamentally reshape the highest court in the land.

>His departure could have massive effects on U.S. policy, particularly on abortion rights and gay rights nationwide. His announcement immediately raised questions about how long the court would stand by its earlier abortion rulings, including Roe v. Wade.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/09/us/politics/brett-kavanaugh-supreme-court.html
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Beatrice Brunningfield - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 06:48:59 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.171948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171947
Holy shit Im not a centrist. I've made fun of centrists in this thread lol. Learn to read or check IDs. Like I said, I Googled the term and a bunch of shit came up, none of which made sense because I'm not fear mongering or spreading disinfo.
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Beatrice Pockway - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 08:02:21 EST ID:pliYXCBC No.171950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dems might not necessarily be equally as bad as Repubs, but their calculated incompetence is one of the biggest factors allowing Repubs to do what they do:
https://splinternews.com/the-democrats-failed-us-1829532490
>Democrats either didn’t know that the FBI’s investigation could be curtailed, which is an insane level of political malpractice, or they did and hoped for the best anyway, which is an equally insane level of political malpractice. They put their fate, and the fate of the country, in the hands of a process they could only marginally influence.

>Wavering Republicans like Susan Collins might have been persuaded to vote against Kavanaugh if it felt too politically perilous to back him. There are courageous activists hounding them every day. They’re under real pressure. The energy around stopping Kavanaugh is tremendous. But Democrats did their best to snuff out that energy, and handed Republicans the perfect excuse to back Kavanaugh. Democratic senator after Democratic senator made clear that their make-or-break issue was an FBI probe. Then Republicans called their bluff. Once the FBI came back and said, “nothing to see here,” there was nothing to stop Kavanaugh.

>Democrats couldn’t even keep their caucus together in opposition to Kavanaugh, and they sent huge signals that they weren’t going to try particularly hard to do so. Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez cheerfully said the party would continue to work with any senator who voted to confirm Kavanaugh. One of them, Joe Manchin, announced on Friday that he will. It seems safe to say he won’t pay any political price for doing so, even though any short-term gain Manchin can lend his party will be far outweighed by the longterm damage Kavanaugh will cause.
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Charles Clummermin - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 09:38:01 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.171951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171945
The hilarious amount of FUD and well poisoning here is getting old.
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Edwin Medgeheg - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 12:42:39 EST ID:s2x9oIfa No.171965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171951

/tinfoil/
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Buck Strickland - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 16:39:36 EST ID:jn7Drkl1 No.172014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171781
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/06/us/politics/brett-kavanaugh-supreme-court.html
>KAVANAUGH IS SWORN IN AFTER CLOSE CONFIRMATION VOTE IN SENATE
>OCTOBER 6, 2018
> WASHINGTON

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Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court on Saturday by one of the slimmest margins in American history, locking in a solid conservative majority on the court and capping a rancorous battle that began as a debate over judicial ideology and concluded with a national reckoning over sexual misconduct.

>As a chorus of women in the Senate’s public galleries repeatedly interrupted the proceedings with cries of “Shame!,” somber-looking senators voted 50 to 48 — almost entirely along party lines — to elevate Judge Kavanaugh. He was promptly sworn in by both Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and the retired Justice Anthony M. Kennedy — the court’s longtime swing vote, whom he will replace — in a private ceremony.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-court-immigration/trump-appointees-hold-keys-in-supreme-court-immigration-case-idUSKCN1MK1SU

>Trump appointees hold keys in Supreme Court immigration case
>The outcome of the latest immigration case involving President Donald’s Trump administration to come before the U.S. Supreme Court could hinge on his two appointees, conservative Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.
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Interpol is missing by Eliza Capperdat - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 22:14:10 EST ID:PNNmA+YM No.171892 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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President of interpol went to China and hasn't been seen since.

Exchanges with Chinese authorities continue," the ministry said.

  • "France is puzzled about the situation of Interpol's president and concerned about the threats made to his wife."

It did not provide any further details -

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45761466
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Alice Bangerwadge - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 15:54:34 EST ID:/633EAhl No.171954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171946
>interpol is mainly sanctioned by european countries, particularly france. they
>operate very much like the CIA,

I would say NOT EVEN CLOSE, interpol acts as an international policing agency, CIA is an entity that works against what Interpol's mission is supposed to be. The CIA entices torture, terrorism, violent overthrows of governments that more-so supports or works towards Democracy.

>pulling operations and interference in countries they have have no jurisdiction in.

Like what? The CIA does?

>something they did must have pissed china off enough for them to react this way to their
>head honcho.

No, china is a rogue state, torture of dissidents is just fact. Disappearing journalists, protestors of
human rights abusers. You would have to be a right winger to say, must have pissed China off.
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Phineas Chinkinford - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 18:35:29 EST ID:S/1kW2Ss No.171955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171919
>Besides, if that guy fails to look guilty enough for Chinese prison, China will
>look pretty darn savage in the eyes of..... well at least France apparently.

You are 'good citizen.' Yea you.

This is what we do to bad citizen. Yuo speak of government of citizen we 'disappear' your child, release from 'jail' missing all but few fingers.

Serious you fukoffs. You seek internet outside of china, we take family member and never see evrer again. Journalists, get tortured. Dissidents, we generally calll them protestors get limbs broken, like here, but more of strict policy.

This is bad news. You like your video games, or online media, you can get
taken away for looking at faceboook. It is not legal to communicate outside of china. Stuff isn't free here either. You have what you have and mock others struggles. It's all free for you right wingers isn't it. Others fight for our freedoms, which in turn is your freedoms by proxy, and you stilll mock your freedoms.
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Caroline Femmletack - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 19:19:37 EST ID:lW+0lfAG No.171956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171955
Interpol is a international task force. It's intentions are not to be an international police force but to secure justice in an international relationship with other participating states, that are members. Even non-member states do participate. These are issue of international significance.

Human trafficking, I mean 'real human trafficking' not just
bringing mexicans to the US to pick tomatoes.

Like forced prostitution.
A woman may be promised a job in the US from maybe an
Asian country, for a price while they work off the debt. Only to find
themselves locked up, as in and sold for sex to not be able to
escape. This does happen in the United states. Really. If person
tries to escape it is not a good scene. Sex slavery if you will.
Children may suffer the same fate.

But women are threatened to have their family killed back home, their children, disappeared
if they try to escape the prostitution. So, as an organization the US law, FBI, not cia for sure, may rely on interpol as well as interpol relying on the US agencies, other agencies to dismember these organizations.
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interpols mission statement - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 19:56:53 EST ID:lW+0lfAG No.171957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171946
>interpol is mainly sanctioned by european countries, particularly france.
>they operate very much like the CIA, pulling operations and interference in
>countries they have have no jurisdiction in. something they did must have
>pissed china off enough for them to react this way to their head honcho.

Interpol's mission statement: "Action is taken within the limits of existing laws in different countries and in the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights." It adds that "intervention or activities of a political, military, religious or racial character" are prohibited.

Iterpol is I believe is at least 93 active participating states. As well others will join-assist. These are matters of international significance. Is this not a matter of international significance? Meng Hongwei is the closest thing to Demoracy and stability that China has known throughout his career.

He was taken away by China's 'discipline authority.' See the 'discipline authority.' is to 'investigate' loyalty to the, I guess Chinas communist regime. Loyalty in the US, who mentions that often enough?
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Edward Gongerforth - Thu, 11 Oct 2018 02:33:59 EST ID:jajGWUvR No.171978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Having this going on at the same time as that situation between Turkey and Saudi Arabia regarding the exiled Journalist who disappeared is a bit creepy. Lots of tension. And in other places as well of course.

It would be nice to have a little blanket of security in knowing that our leader is lucid, competent and responsible but I think that's too much to ask for in this stage of America's devolution.


Under the Fog of Kavanaugh, House Passes $3.8 Trillion More in Tax Cuts by David Hunkinpat - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 17:10:19 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.171817 Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://fortune.com/2018/09/28/house-3-8-trillion-tax-cut-passes/

With attention fixed on the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a new $3.1 trillion tax cut on Friday. The vote was 220 to 191, including three Democrats.

The down-to-the-wire 2017 tax act passed in late December contained a mix of permanent and temporary changes that had to result in a net increased cost that fell within a structural limit of $1.5 trillion that allowed the Senate to approve the bill with a simple majority.

The House’s new bill takes effect starting in 2025, and would add $600 billion to the national debt within the next decade, and then $3.2 trillion in the 10 years after that, according to Howard Gleckman of the Tax Policy Center.
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Fuck Sodgeludging - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 12:09:44 EST ID:PvzQO4jj No.171838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171828
The newsweek one says nothing about anything but Mexicans fucking over other Mexicans and forcing the women into sex trafficking. Did you even read it? Because I did, and guess what? It makes pretty much only Mexicans look bad if anything because they are using gangs to sell pussy to illegal migrant workers where there are no women.

The Miami Herald one was again, a Hispanic pseudo-gang using gang tactics like extortion and racketeering to pimp out slave labor while pretending to be a sub contractor for farms. If a farm pays a supervisor to have his crew come and work and it, and then gives money to the supervisor, they haven't done anything fucking illegal dipshit. That is how pretty much everything works. I don't call out a building company to build my house and pay each worker individually. I cut a check to the company and they manage their employees from the top down. The only person there going to prison is a guy named Agustin Mendez-Vazquez who managed a crew of illegal immigrants as his own and beat the shit out of them and intimidated them so they don't ask for their money. Did you read the fucking link you posted fucknuts?

Mintpress is only slightly related and mostly goes off into discussing global slavery for 2/3 of the article. Again, did you just read the fucking headline and not the article? Hell, I mean this is ridiculous, THE FIRST FUCKING HALF TALKED ABOUT WHAT I SPECIFICALLY TALKED ABOUT HELLO? Are your illiterate? Can you not fucking read more than 250 characters before you burn out? It LITERALLY FUCKING SAYS IN THE GOD DAMN ARTICLE: One such incident of unchecked manipulation of the H-2B program came in 2007, when migrant workers filed a federal class action suit against Mississippi-based marine oil-rig company Signal International. ~ Private, pro bono attorneys typically will not represent guest workers due to the ambiguity of the workers’ legal status, and guest workers are not eligible for federal or state-funded legal services. This is THE FUCKING THING I WAS TALKING ABOUT! What the fuck are you some kind of special stupid? Read this fucking line: BIG COMPANIES PULL IN THOUSANDS OF MIGRANT WORKERS SPECIFICALLY ON MANIPULATED H2 VISAS KNOWING THAT…
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Polly Givingwater - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 13:12:10 EST ID:cpNW5rOI No.171843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171838
holy shit you are so dumb and so mad. It defies all logic.
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Jenny Blythebury - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 16:37:32 EST ID:4hYUJUOL No.171851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171838
How disappointing that the post that gets banned is the one calling out shitposters who can't even properly use sources, let alone make an argument for their case. Who gives a shit if it is rage filled or not. It isn't like anyone pissed off here can do anything. It is just text on a page. Besides, cancerous little fucktards in society should be called out with vitriol. Whatever though, I left this dead chan years ago and came back to see if it had changed and for nostalgia. It has only gotten worse so have fun moderating this place and the echo chamber of dumb asses.

I'm going to go outside and leave you all be to sit in your own mental filth. I just hope none of you brainless fuckwads get to rule society. Oh wait
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Eugene Pecklefoot - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 17:42:42 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.171852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>171838
This post was legit, too bad he fucked up and got all buttflustered.
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Ernest Cunnerwell - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 17:49:23 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.171853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171851
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