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Thousands protest in Hungary over Orban's anti-worker "slave law" and power grab by Graham Tootgold - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 11:34:23 EST ID:/1EVtsyQ No.173095 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Thousands protesting Viktor Orban's "slave law":
The "slave law" pushes the legally allowed yearly overtime from 250 hours to 400 and employers now have a 3 year window for paying off the overtime hours. Imagine working 400 hours of overtime right now and getting paid (assuming the company doesn't go under "accidentally") in 2021.

This is in the wake of Orban also establishing an "administrative court" that basically strips the independence of the judiciary and has a final undemocratic say in cases concerning taxes, construction permits, protests, strikes, and the disclosure of data of public interest.
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Thomas Bunderhood - Thu, 20 Dec 2018 22:55:28 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.173176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stalin wasn't a populist. Stalin was a military parasite. When Stalin took over, he had no need for populism because he already controlled the military and the secret services.
Charlotte Dreggleham - Thu, 20 Dec 2018 23:56:59 EST ID:/oZ6mbal No.173179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh yeah you may be right.

But an other good example of a populist is Bolsanaro, Brazil's current president elect.

I'd find it hard for anyone to label him as simply "annoying". He's basically Brazillian Trump, promising fascist leadership and to drain the swamp, but inevitably adding more dams and throwing in some invasive species of alligator.
Oliver Dattingpotch - Fri, 21 Dec 2018 10:11:41 EST ID:PWK0jkuK No.173190 Ignore Report Quick Reply

That's cause populism is a lie brah. Anybody in power over others only exists to secure more power. There will never be a small group of people who can accurately and actively fight for the rights of a mass. The entire idea of democracy and government being there to ensure freedom is a laugh. Never gonna happen. Every populist had bigwords and that's all
Oliver Dundleshaw - Fri, 21 Dec 2018 17:22:03 EST ID:B/tlA/58 No.173205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So was Andrew Jackson and he committed Hitler levels of genocide. Didnt the whole Nazi death camps thing get inspired by how America shipped off and exterminated the Native Americans?
Phyllis Dinnersteg - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 14:00:33 EST ID:g+vb2gyp No.173227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The entire idea of democracy and government being there to ensure freedom is a laugh. Never gonna happen. Every populist had bigwords and that's all
To be fair, in the rare case where a popular movement that threatens power isn't subverted and neutralized before obtaining power, actual freedom and democracy results in foreign-funded opposition parties, terrorists being armed and trained, military coups receiving foreign support, assassinations, and/or invasions.

>Anybody in power over others only exists to secure more power. There will never be a small group of people who can accurately and actively fight for the rights of a mass
You can have a vanguard that doesn't support re-purposing the state as a transitional "dictatorship of the proletariat", but they generally get crushed by capitalist forces fearing revolution, or Marxist forces fearing that a decentralized or stateless society will be crushed by capitalist forces.

Yellow vests protests made in Portugal by George Bommletore - Fri, 21 Dec 2018 05:45:53 EST ID:qlIYEhmd No.173188 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Inspired by the France protests Portugal as stepped up its game.


Ferguson activist's son found hanging from tree, police refuse to investigate by Jack Breblingpit - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 13:14:49 EST ID:9YB0+HFv No.172333 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Black protesters and their families continue to die in mysterious circumstances; mainstream media continues to ignore it:
>Earlier this month, on Oct. 17. Ferguson activist Melissa McKinnies found her 24-year-old son Danye Jones dead, hanging from a tree.

>McKinnies, well known in her community, having participated in numerous protests in Ferguson since the Aug. 2014 death of Michael Brown, believes that her son was lynched. In a Facebook post that has since been deleted, McKinnies shared graphic images of her son under the caption, “They lynched my baby.”

>Jones’ death has once again stirred conversation around various other activists in Ferguson who have died since 2014 under seemingly suspicious circumstances.

>In 2014, Deandre Joshua, 20, was found shot once in the head, and then set on fire inside his car the same day a grand jury refused to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Prominent Ferguson activist Darren Seals was also found dead inside of a burning car back in 2016. He had also been shot. And then there was the 2017 death of Edward Crawford, the activist captured in the iconic photo tossing a canister of tear gas away from those protesting Brown’s death. Police claimed that he died of a “self-inflicted” wound while in the back seat of his own car.
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John Dedgewell - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 16:05:00 EST ID:oqEk0400 No.172854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Martha Gillerbanks - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 09:33:50 EST ID:nZRoEBBb No.173020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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New Citations Needed does a great takedown of copaganda and how it's used to distract from negative stories like this:
Caroline Canningwill - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 00:13:06 EST ID:PkQvHvNj No.173092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, there are some decent police. Our local news will post back to back a cop
who does whatever, with, on a lighter note as the next piece.

Some will support police no matter what. Rape, victims fault. When a cop is convicted. If they apologize to their family, Ok, I guess. But if they do not apologize for betraying the peoples trust, that is a bad cop.

Funny, cops who think a trial by judge will get them off, and it doesn't work, given the evidence. Where a trial by a jury of their peers would have been more sensible.
Hugh Pudgeham - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 08:04:41 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.173114 Report Quick Reply

At this point it's easier to say there are no decent cops in the US than try to come up with excuses for them. Nearly a thousand people have been put down like rabid dogs just this year, and last year.


There doesn't seem to be a good database for rapes, assaults, etc. committed by police in the US.
Hannah Gipperkodging - Fri, 21 Dec 2018 01:29:46 EST ID:PkQvHvNj No.173185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can look up copwatch. They should have stats they should be somewhat accurate, been around for a long time. For what it's worth, more cops commit suicide than are killed on the job. Those stats are easy enough to find. These are often under reported.

I believe police have a burden with corruption, it is taught, learned, reinforced. It is a self-burden. Which affects everybody concerned. Even those who would support the most senseless crimes by law enforcement, making, deflecting blame of officers that really have, had no business in law enforcement in any capacity to begin with.

There are police who do their jobs well. Generally just everyday people. They are burdened by corrupt actors.

It just takes one or two cops to create a fairly massive burden on many others. Many have no real way, it would seem to cope with this in a positive or realistic manner.

People deflect and may say, you hate the police (because you don't support corrupt ections.) No it's 100% quite the opposite. This support does not help police, help morale. Corrupt actions hurts morale.

People think they support all police, then become disenchanted if they get a traffic ticket, like bu bu bu, I support you guys
no matter what. Well, nobody's perfect I guess.

Kosovo votes to form a new army, Serbia threatens war by Graham Tootgold - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 11:19:35 EST ID:/1EVtsyQ No.173094 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Balkans War 2, Electric Boogaloo?
>Serbia has talked up the possibility of an armed intervention in Kosovo after the parliament in Pristina overwhelmingly approved the formation of an army.

>Belgrade called the move the “most direct threat to peace and stability in the region”, while Nato’s chief said it was “ill-timed” and urged dialogue.

>All present 107 politicians in the 120-seat Kosovan parliament voted in favour of passing three draft laws to expand an existing 4,000 Kosovo security force and turn it into a regular, lightly armed army. Ethnic Serb politicians boycotted the vote.

>Serbia insists the new army violates a UN resolution that ended Kosovo’s 1998-99 war of independence. It has warned bluntly that it may respond with an armed intervention in the former province. The Serbian prime minister, Ana Brnabić, said this was “one of the options on the table”.
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Basil Pommernat - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 10:57:53 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.173133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it comes after months of rising tensions and provocations so its adding more fuel to the fire and giving the serbs an excuse to keep pushing the tit for tat thing harder

it's been escalating steadily since the train incident last year

If you wanna see illuminati shit you're gonna see illuminati shit
Ian Dugglestag - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 11:29:27 EST ID:a/P5Yqqh No.173134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was oversimplifying and talking about eastern Europe in general. The Balkans were client-states or buffer-states in general. In those days though almost everything was divided between 'Murrica and the CCCP.
Ian Dugglestag - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 12:36:03 EST ID:a/P5Yqqh No.173137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Serbs were the ones who managed to trigger Europe's collective PTSD. Thus they were written into history as the bad guys even before the bombs fell. Russia has been the only one willing to back them up (part opportunism part Slav-nationalism/solidarity). They know their best chances are with the EU though and that is where their youth leans. Plenty of resentment about "the West" coming down from mount Olympus and separating "right" from "wrong" though.
Cyril Samblestod - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 13:06:49 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Serbs and Slavs have always been "not true whites" of Europe. A great justification for them to be little more then meat shields for the bigger, northern European nations VS Turks, or just each other, as we've seen

(of course this makes me scratch my head why there's so many Neo-Nazi slavs when Slavs were like, second to Jews on Nazi hit-lists)
Ian Dugglestag - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 13:28:05 EST ID:a/P5Yqqh No.173143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I remember a Russian jokingly telling me "We are the n1ggers of Europe".

The east European plain defines much of their history by making them oh so invade-able. From a European perspective though these broad brush "races" are a relatively recent phenomenon. Historically we have exercised our racism by hating our neighbors more than by feeling superior to people on the other side of the world. Slavic nationalism is itself rather new. They spent just as much of their history killing each other as everyone else did.

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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Hey, when you don't succeed, try try again!
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Phoebe Grimbury - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 12:35:38 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did you see where I said "Might as well"? I was refering both Russian Disinfo and American Disinfo fueled the Pro-brexit side, not that it was a secret plan between the US and Russia to fuck them over.

You can claim "Just an essay all you want when they have the links and connections buddy. Keep pretending Brexit won't make the UK a US multinational company. Totaly, the Empire will spring back the second you leave the EU
James Capperbatch - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 19:15:38 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173103 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Doris Gannerkidge - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 20:17:57 EST ID:rjm68NIs No.173119 Ignore Report Quick Reply

May is def a sod but what do pro-brexit voters want? The EU has already refused to renegotiate the shit deal they've offered to May so what do you want her to do? Parliament has proven they don't have to votes for a no confidence. Even if they do vote her out theirs no guarantee her replacement will strike a better deal. If no deal is made before the deadline the UKs economy will be an utter shitshow. Its clear the majority of the UK supports a 2nd referendum. So again what do want May to do??? If parliament signs off on the current EU deal the UK will be worse off than prior to brexit. Its clear that brexit is a clusterfuck and the leave voters are just bitter cunts.
Cyril Samblestod - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 20:49:23 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Leavers seems to think a no-deal will somehow revive the empire, when in reality the UK Military is stockpiling food and meds, and preparing for Worse Case Economic fallout. They also seem to be ignoring that leaving EU no deal is likely going to lose them Giblater, Plus agreements in Good Friday (IE the open border) would be broken with a No Deal Brexit.

So, Economic riots, loss of one of the most valuable strategic points in Europe, and a second wave of the Troubles.

God Save the Queen?
Cyril Samblestod - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 21:22:42 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173121 Ignore Report Quick Reply




Vote to end US-backed genocide in Yemen blocked by bipartisan coalition by Martha Gillerbanks - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 10:00:53 EST ID:nZRoEBBb No.173021 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>On Wednesday, a procedural vote on the Farm Bill—an agricultural spending bill which passed with massive bipartisan support shortly afterward—effectively prevented the House from voting on a resolution to end the war in Yemen for the rest of this Congress’s session.

>The procedural vote passed 206-203, despite the fact that 18 Republicans voted against it. Make no mistake: 201 Republicans still voted in favor of continuing to support military action that has killed tens of thousands and engendered widespread famine, but at this point we expect that kind of cruelty from them.

>What put them over was the support of five House Democrats, who voted with the Republican majority to pass the Farm Bill rule change. If they had stuck with their party—and, more importantly, had any sense of conscience—there’s a very good chance a Yemen resolution could have made it to Trump’s desk before the end of the year. Now there is almost none.

The five Democrats who voted with Republicans to block the vote:
>Jim Costa (Calif.)
>Al Lawson (Fla.)
>Collin Peterson (Minn.)
>Dutch Rupperberger (Md.)
>David Scott (Ga.)
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Angus Fenderwudge - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 18:57:10 EST ID:1ALc6JzH No.173040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>As a Russian
Well as a Russian what's your opinion on what's being done in Ukraine? Are you also the Russiabro from various /b/ threads?
Frederick Tootforth - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 19:32:33 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Posting encyclopeidadramatica seriously

Imagine being this big of a failure.
Frederick Tootforth - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 19:40:43 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
One man comedy festival at this point.
Jarvis Gonkintat - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 21:13:23 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.173054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Hegelian dialectics and other means to manipulate public approval
You don't understand Hegel, do you? You fucking retarded cocksucking the future immigrant.
Ian Claydock - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 23:13:47 EST ID:rldAxKd3 No.173076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Idk if ending foreign aid to an aggressing nation ameliorates thirteen milion famished people but you know

Thousands of mailed ballots in Florida were not counted by David Grimbury - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 11:59:40 EST ID:X65MCWOm No.172942 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida officials say thousands of mailed ballots were not counted because they were delivered too late to state election offices.

>The Department of State late last week informed a federal judge that 6,670 ballots were mailed ahead of the Nov. 6 election but were not counted because they were not received by Election Day. The tally prepared by state officials includes totals from 65 of Florida’s 67 counties. The two counties yet to report their totals are Palm Beach, a Democratic stronghold in south Florida, and Polk in central Florida.

>Three statewide Florida races, including the contest for governor, went to state-mandated recounts because the margins were so close.

>Under Florida law, ballots mailed inside the United States must reach election offices by 7 p.m. on Election Day. Overseas ballots are counted if they are received up to 10 days after the election.

>A group called VoteVets Action Fund along with two Democratic organizations filed a lawsuit a few days after the 2017 election that argued the ballots should count if they were mailed before Election Day.

>But U.S. District Judge Mark Walker said the restriction was reasonable and that Florida election officials have a right to establish deadlines. He turned down an emergency request that all properly postmarked ballots received up to 10 days after the election be counted.
Caroline Goshville - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 16:49:55 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.172954 Report Quick Reply

It's the same in North Carolina and apparently it was a thing there for decades. At this point the GOP isn't even hiding it anymore, they want to kill democracy and create a dictatorship.

'Europe Condemns People to Drown' by Forcing MSF Ship to Cease Migrant Rescue Missions by David Grimbury - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 11:46:34 EST ID:X65MCWOm No.172940 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Fuckin Italians, man:
>After a long standoff and amid an ongoing global refugee crisis, European nations led by anti-immigrant Italian politicians have forced a migrant rescue ship that has saved tens of thousands of people trapped in international waters between Libya, Italy, and Malta to cease operations.

>"Europe condemns people to drown," warned Médecins Sans Frontières—also known as MSF or Doctors Without Borders—which operated the ship, Aquarius, with its partner SOS MEDITERRANEE. With just this vessel, the groups have rescued an estimated 30,000 people since February of 2016.

>"This is a dark day," declared MSF general director Nelke Manders. "Not only has Europe failed to provide search and rescue capacity, it has also actively sabotaged others' attempts to save lives. The end of Aquarius means more deaths at sea, and more needless deaths that will go unwitnessed."

>As the BBC noted, citing data from the United Nations' International Organization for Migration (IOM), "more than 2,000 people have died or gone missing making crossings this year, compared to more than 3,000 last year." At least a dozen people died this week, according to IOM, when a rubber boat that had spent more than 10 days at sea capsized off the Libyan coast.

>Despite such tragedies, the world's richest nations have turned their backs on those fleeing crises in their homelands.

Manafort Pleads Guilty, Agrees to Cooperate by Charlotte Wicklekore - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 15:28:50 EST ID:yARD3yt4 No.171543 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is the best news I’ve heard in America in years.
Can we get a party thread when Trump goes to prison?
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Hamilton Grandgold - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 13:05:01 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.172875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, there are a lot people buying that a lot of dumb people buy Trump shit.

That's essentially Trump's brand - "We'll make lots of money selling dumb shit to dumb people, please invest in my shit!"
Samuel Nerringhall - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 17:21:24 EST ID:4scaaRdR No.172878 Ignore Report Quick Reply


>you guys

Cornelius Funningford - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 18:38:13 EST ID:XUi+dVaq No.172881 Report Quick Reply
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Wow, would you look at that, your post is still here, shock.
Basil Gunningson - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 19:56:56 EST ID:k6rJOuXZ No.172882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Congrats, your faggotry hasn't been deleted
Oliver Turveyforth - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 19:46:20 EST ID:a2IkzMYK No.172924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>how can you have a real discussion without allowing me to spam every thread to death with racist nazi propaganda

keep playing make-believe internet holy war instead of going outside and trying to actually make a change, seriously meme magic works you are not wasting your life spamming pepe's you are making a real difference in the world!

Russia seizes 3 Ukraine naval ships by Cyril Snodstock - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 17:13:24 EST ID:jnwQP3uS No.172718 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Russia has seized three Ukrainian naval vessels off the coast of the Crimean Peninsula in a major escalation of tensions between the two countries.

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Fuck Dishstet - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 17:43:02 EST ID:zOyBtZGl No.172861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm far more amazed about how overweight men and women are in America. I lived there for years and i couldn't fathom how its possible to get that fat, until i got my self a car. The junk food was kept in check because i walked everywhere but once i stopped exercising, my body began to change. I gained 30kg in around a year time. I didn't have the patience to go to the gym on a daily basis so i had to sell my car to stop myself from becoming obese. The entire experience was ludicrous.
Nigel Denningnog - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 17:57:26 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.172862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Americans think any non-American looks pretty because the only two countries that are slightly comparable to the USA in terms of fat, obese and morbidly obese people are the UK and Australia.

When every American is a brachiosaurus lard whale of epic proportions, all non-Americans end up looking like beauties.
Ebenezer Bleshbick - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 18:25:01 EST ID:C7jiLS+E No.172863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>because the only two countries that are slightly comparable to the USA in terms of fat, obese and morbidly obese people are the UK and Australia.
Incorrect. https://www.worldobesitydata.org/map/overview-adults
Graham Blackletork - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 18:33:54 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.172864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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haha what the fuck
Angus Smallbury - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 11:38:53 EST ID:0rmU+Zfg No.172910 Ignore Report Quick Reply

This is what you get if you don't let your woman leave the house very often and she spens most of her time with cooking.

California Net Neutrality Unilaterally Killed By One Corrupt Dem Assemblyman by Nicholas Shittingstock - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 13:43:36 EST ID:C/PWJpZo No.169741 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>California lawmakers have the opportunity to pass a new law that would serve as the gold standard for true net neutrality protection across the country. But a Democratic assemblyman with financial ties to the telecommunications industry just gutted it.

>But late Tuesday evening, Miguel Santiago, a California assemblyman and chair of the Communications and Conveyance committee, edited the bill to allow for gaping loopholes that benefit the telecommunications industry and make the net neutrality legislation toothless. AT&T is one of Santiago's largest campaign donors.

>Santiago's move has surprised and angered other Democrats, who have been pushing for net neutrality in the Golden State since the Trump administration revoked the 2015 FCC net neutrality rules. Although net neutrality is no longer protected via federal regulations, states have been lining up to pass their own legislation protecting the principle of internet service providers treating all traffic the same, regardless of the source or content.

>If Santiago doesn't remove his amendments, he would be the first California Democrat to side with the Trump administration to actively destroy net neutrality, according to Fight for the Future (an internet freedoms advocacy organization).
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>Ma Bell was such an utter monopoly it could afford to throw all it's cash into fringe R&D
More specifically, Ma Bell's profit was taxed at 100% beyond a certain portion of expenses, which encouraged reinvesting in pure science, infra in rural areas, and wages that had no expected return, since increasing expenses in years where revenue exceeded 112% expenses or whatever it was meant they could reap greater profits.

Capitalism fucks over scientists the same way it fucks over workers; resources are only allocated to scientist if it can generate wealth for a capitalist, and virtually all wealth their research generates goes to the capitalist, and the capitalist uses this wealth to further weaken the laborer and scientist.
Edwin Crimmerham - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 00:39:18 EST ID:l/wlK5YE No.170149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm not saying it was benevolent government intervention at all. I'm just saying the private sector was wholly incapable of making those breakthroughs.
Lydia Simmerhood - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 12:15:42 EST ID:FCxwzzLs No.172716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Graham Feckledale - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 16:06:38 EST ID:IiripWRD No.172796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyone who votes against Net Neutrality needs to be arrested and jailed as traitors to the United States and executed.
Sophie Wembleforth - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 12:17:37 EST ID:HJ6QgAl1 No.172832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you advocating for the people of California to play a quick game of Congressional baseball? ;)

Worst Humanitarian Crisis Of Our Time? by Thomas Barddock - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 20:42:29 EST ID:4lkQC7Ot No.172614 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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According to the UN, famine could endanger 12-13 million people in the next few months if the US/Saudi led war continues in Yemen (1). According to The Guardian, the country is facing the worst cholera outbreak in human history as a result of the destruction of Yemeni sanitation facilities by US-built bombs deployed in Saudi bombing strikes (2).

(1): https://search.un.org/results.php?query=cholera&lang=en&cbunFilters_unNews=on&tpl=un
*You'll notice that the UN has since purged most of its content covering Yemen.

(2): https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2017/oct/12/yemen-cholera-outbreak-worst-in-history-1-million-cases-by-end-of-year
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Eliza Nobbermod - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 14:50:02 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.172734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nah, he means Adnan Khashoggi
Archie Honeyville - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 15:16:21 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.172735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ahh my bad.
Polly Clublingdock - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 14:38:08 EST ID:FCxwzzLs No.172768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Senator Sanders urges Congress to stop supporting Saudi Arabia in Yemen
Doris Focklehadge - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 05:01:29 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.172778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh shit son 63 to 37!
Hugh Shakegold - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 09:52:45 EST ID:FCxwzzLs No.172781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jeff Sessions says we need to keep the Yemeni genocide going in order to further our interests against Iran and to protect Israeli regional interests. I'm so suck of giving $10,000,000/day to that damn country out of our tax coffers.

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