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Orange Faggot Cries Like Baby as Indictment Looms by Henry Brookbury - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 23:57:11 EST ID:n+LHOBY1 No.162881 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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US President Donald Trump has launched a Twitter tirade about the "guilt" of Hillary Clinton and the opposition Democratic Party.

His Sunday morning outburst came amid reports that the first arrest in the Russian collusion inquiry would be made this week, possibly as early as Monday.

>"Never seen such Republican ANGER & UNITY as I have concerning the lack of investigation on Clinton made Fake Dossier (now $12,000,000?),....

>"...the Uranium to Russia deal, the 33,000 plus deleted Emails, the Comey fix and so much more. Instead they look at phony Trump/Russia,....

>"...'collusion,' which doesn't exist. The Dems are using this terrible (and bad for our country) Witch Hunt for evil politics, but the R's...

>"...are now fighting back like never before. There is so much GUILT by Democrats/Clinton, and now the facts are pouring out. DO SOMETHING!"

>About an hour later he tweeted: "All of this 'Russia' talk right when the Republicans are making their big push for historic Tax Cuts & Reform. Is this coincidental? NOT!"

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Nell Tootwell - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 21:10:40 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.163034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>In Future News, Ukranian Lawmaker accidentally shoot self in back 7 times...
Shit Cillerbury - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 19:53:25 EST ID:vxhRDQoa No.163073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That lawmaker is part of the regime that replaced Yanukovitj after he was overthrown. Russia is pretty much literally at war with his country so there's not much point for Putin to silence him.
Shit Choffingshaw - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 19:57:30 EST ID:zK/apcKz No.163075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Never stopped Putin before. He had an opposition leader murdered in front of the fucking Kremlin a couple years back.
Nicholas Dozzlegold - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 20:09:28 EST ID:vxhRDQoa No.163077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The difference being (I'd assume) that insults from a declared enemy is to be expected. He's convinced much of Russia that the Ukraine is run by NATO-puppet fascists so being verbally savaged by them in western media just feeds his narrative.

  • if he is going to kill Ukrainian lawmakers for saying nasty things about him he might as well bomb their parliament.
Nicholas Dozzlegold - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 20:10:51 EST ID:vxhRDQoa No.163078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
*Also if
+derp nb

DNC purges progressives, prepares to rig 2018 primaries by Shitting Smallford - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 10:00:57 EST ID:NF7/RHoj No.162831 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Tom Perez, current DNC chair and establishment stooge who was hand-selected to keep the Bernie wing from revitalizing the party, has already begun purging progressive populist voices from party leadership positions. The move is part of a larger effort to keep control of the party in the hands of the neoliberals, lobbyists, warhawks, conservatives and Saudi/Israel loyalists that famously lost every branch of government in the last election. Crucially, the purge will have profound implications on how the 2018 primaries will be run i.e., the same as the 2016 primary

>Indeed, of the 30 names on the Rules and Bylaws Committee, 11 have worked for Clinton in the past, either as staffers or surrogates on her 2016 and 2008 campaigns. Among them is Jeff Berman, a former lobbyist for the Keystone pipeline who was being paid by Clinton’s campaign for work on delegate-counting strategy at the same time he himself was a superdelegate. Also included are veterans of Bill Clinton’s administration, such as Elaine Kamarck and longtime Clinton operative Harold Ickes. Seven members of the Rules and Bylaws Committee were pro-Clinton superdelegates in the primaries, and nearly all endorsed Clinton in the primary. Some who didn’t officially endorse Clinton, such as former Deputy Labor Secretary Chris Lu, were early donors to her campaign.

>This is bad news for anyone hoping the party would change the superdelegate system to make it fairer, as Sanders had talked about doing last year and the rules committee agreed to last July. Kamarck, for instance, had a hand in creating the superdelegate system in 1982, when it was first introduced. She previously told In These Times that superdelegates were created to stop “outlier candidates.”

>The new batch of superdelegates appointed to leadership positions at the DNC includes a number of lobbyists, including Joanne Dowdell, who lobbies for Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., and Manuel Ortiz, who counts Citigroup as a client.
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Jack Nemblemuck - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 08:36:04 EST ID:gd0Nx+uy No.163052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Populism doesn't center around policy goals - you can try to implement sound policy by populist means, but populism is eventually going to corrupt your political work. Scapegoating individuals or small groups of citizens, pretending that complex issues are simple enough that your gut instinct is right, and the cult of personality that goes along with populism are helpful in energizing your base for a time, but at some point you can't actually implement smart policy solutions anymore because you've convinced the populace that running a country is as easy as doing your housework. When meaningful positive change fails to appear within months, your only choice as a populist leader is to pretend that some new group of victims is to blame, and to incite the people against them.

I would respect Bernie if his kind of ideology didn't over time lead to the same closeminded knee-jerk protectionism Trumpism embodies.
Shit Blillerman - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 12:35:06 EST ID:lKqFRwCq No.163055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Scapegoating individuals or small groups of citizens
It's not scapegoating if it's true. Billionaires, Wall Street, lobbyists, pundits and careerist partisan hacks - the "small groups of citizens" that you want to protect and whose opinions you prioritize over humanity as a whole - have been in charge of this thing for decades, and the result has been economic, social and environmental disaster. The self-appointed minority of righthinkers that run the world have proven how unfit they are to lead, yet are apparently so entitled that they demand to be absolved of all responsibility for their shitty decisions. And despite the clear, empiracal, undeniable evidence all around us of the misery their leadership has caused, you have the flipping temerity to declare, apropos of nothing to back it up, that the filthy masses are the ones to blame for bad governance. The sheer cheekiness it must take to fail publically, spectacularly and constantly; and at the very same time still believe that you're the smartest guy in the room and HOW DARE any of you peasants think you could do any better. You don't get to fly a plane straight into a mountain and then blame the passengers for not knowing any better, jackass.

However much contempt you may have for the public at large, they have every reason to believe that they could run things better than you mealymouthed corporate sycophants that got us here in the first place. And you're the ones that gave them reason to believe it.
Nell Tootwell - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 12:43:19 EST ID:2fJQ/aQA No.163056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Fact is; There doesn't exist a left-wing party in this country. It's the far-right versus Right-light.

Too true!
Honestly, we are lost forever if the Dems don't pull their shit together soon. The GOP are fleeing Congress with something like 20 incumbents now bowing out early or not running for reelection because of Trump. Trump is literally being allowed to pick who gets what seat in elections now.

Listen to his talk...mark my words, we will see full Totalitarianism under Trump if the Dems don't take back a significant portion of the House and Senate. They will be so weak by then, that Trump will just roll over them to a second, and even third, or fourth term. Fuck the rules. Fuck the law. Trump will just do what he wants because nobody will be there to stop him.

But hey, Pelosi got to go to a lot of fancy parties with rich people!
Beatrice Chimbledock - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 15:19:39 EST ID:4JeWctuU No.163064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They’re in a situation where the money backers of the party just want less retarded republicans, and the energy and youth in the party want socialism. Can’t say I’m surprised they sided with money.

They are so slow to come around on social justice issues and never lead wheb it comes to them so they no longer even get points from me for not wanting to kill gay people.
Betsy Chushnutch - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 14:38:34 EST ID:7mKXU2c2 No.163123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jesus christ everythjng you said was true

Today's Travesty of Justice Brought to You by the Louisiana Supreme Court by Eugene Fuckingwater - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 16:01:29 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.162909 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Louisiana Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from a man who claimed he told police during an interview to "just give me a lawyer dog,” with a justice saying the request was "ambiguous."

Louisiana Supreme Court Justice Scott Crichton said he agreed with the court’s decision to deny the appeal, claiming the defendant had voluntarily agreed to be interviewed twice regarding his alleged sexual misconduct with minors. At both interviews, detectives reportedly advised the defendant of his Miranda rights, and the defendant stated he understood and waived those rights.

The defendant, however, claimed he invoked his right to counsel in a second police interview when he said “if y’all think I did it, I know that I didn’t do it so why don’t you just give me a lawyer dog cause this is not what’s up.”
But Crichton noted in a concurring opinion the court has held that police are not required to stop an interview if a suspect makes a reference to an attorney that is “ambiguous or equivocal in that a reasonable police officer in light of the circumstances would have understood only that the suspect might be invoking his right to counsel.”

“In my view, the defendant’s ambiguous and equivocal reference to a 'lawyer dog' does not constitute an invocation of counsel that warrants termination of the interview,” he said.

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Yup, that's right. The court is denying a man his right to legal counsel because he uttered a colloquialism commonly used by blacks after asking for a lawyer. They should have just ruled "no lawyers for niggers" because we all know that's what this is really about. If the North Koreans nuke us, I hope they launch it at Louisiana, Mississippi or Alabama and do us all a favor.
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Nell Buffingfon - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 18:36:00 EST ID:zK/apcKz No.162915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ACLU will take it to the supreme court, and will get a 7-1 in favor of the defendent with Clarence Thomas talking about how the founding fathers would not allow this man to have a lawyer.
Caroline Buzzbanks - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 19:49:42 EST ID:zD8I56rI No.162923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Maybe don't use accused child molesters as good examples of injustice, just a little advice.
Phyllis Pickford - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 00:18:56 EST ID:GzKCurNv No.162927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not an example of injustice. It's a legal precedent that will be wielded to fuck particular people in that state until it's overturned. Thanks for the pro tip though.
Doris Tillinghood - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 05:39:51 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.162928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Southern state does some retarded shit and incites the need to slaughter Americans in everyone, what a surprise.
Jack Driblinghood - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 16:51:57 EST ID:OBWIAo4y No.163015 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Accused people are the only ones who need defense attorneys though, that's the whole job description of a defense attorney

l Small Montana firm lands Puerto Rico’s biggest contract to get the power back on by Charles Blablingwater - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 11:05:53 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.162788 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This shit is just getting ridiculous.


If you want the full text, click the link. I'm just going to summarize:

>Interior Secretary Zinke awards huge $300 million contract (out of $490 million total funds being spent) to restore power to Puerto Rico to some company called whitefish that nobody had ever heard of
>turns out whitefish had only been around for 2 years and only had 2 full-time employees at the time they were hired
>they had only gotten 2 government contracts before, both for minor work worth less than 2 million
>so how does this make any sense?
>well it turns out the company is based in Zinke's hometown and Zinke and the founder of the company know each other
>"Techmanski said in an interview that the contract emerged from discussions between his company and the utility rather than from a formal bidding process. He said he had been in contact with the utility two weeks before Maria “discussing the ‘what if’ scenarios” of hurricane recovery. In the days after the hurricane, he said, “it started to make sense that there was a need here for our services and others.”On Thursday, Techmanski told CNN simply: “We called each other.”"
>yup, that's right, no formal bidding process, he just called his buddy, the Interior secretary up and he immediately awarded him a $300 million contract
>details of the contract specify workers are being paid extravagant fees from $227.88 per hour for a "journeyman lineman" to $462 per hour for a supervisor, as well as over $400 a day per worker for "accommodation fees and food"

The last time I checked it didn't take $400 per day to feed and lodge someone and electricians don't make $400 an hour. I can't help but wonder how much of this money is going to end up in the pockets of Zinke's friend and eventually in the pockets of Zinke himself.
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Martin Brookridge - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 10:21:55 EST ID:hPXU206k No.162899 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You don't think it's shitty that the PR government threw its own citizens under the bus and is going to leave them without power for another 12 weeks all because they wanted to engage in slimy ass political hand wringing?
Graham Dambleshaw - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 16:40:03 EST ID:hLdoOjrf No.162932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Puerto Rican here wondering what the fuck you think you're talking about. U.S. federal government has been exploiting and destroying Puerto Rico in very literal ways since the fucking 80s dude. Have you actually never looked into this? I mean most americans probably haven't but why shoot your mouth off and make a complete ass of yourself? Ignored as fuck.
Phyllis Ponnersidge - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 20:51:47 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.162937 Ignore Report Quick Reply

So the Puerto Rican Electric Power Authority ignored standard procedure which is to coordinate with other public utility companies in nearby states to give a sweetheart deal to a newly founded (even younger than whitefish) private company with ties to the fossil fuel industry despite knowing that renewables made far more sense.
Oliver Nosslebatch - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 09:46:10 EST ID:hPXU206k No.162955 Ignore Report Quick Reply

So sorry that your governor's grand plan to get FEMA to pay for all of the electrical grid repairs at no cost at all to PR is backfiring so spectacularly. But at least he got to poke trump in the eye, amirite?
Fanny Firrystere - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 14:58:48 EST ID:ZM0yTk5R No.163010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>at no cost at all to PR
I don't think you have to worry about the Puerto Rican people not incurring any costs over this whole thing. They're going to be paying the costs of this for generations. You got your wish already.

Octopuses 'walking out of the sea' by Wesley Womblemotch - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 10:44:54 EST ID:Nk4OT4zW No.162867 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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20 of them just said fuck the ocean, suicided on sand. Could this mean they are escaping something? Like some bad chemical?
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William Drorringway - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 19:23:02 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.162918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I trust OED over some random website. Nice attempt at backtracking though.
Beatrice Greenville - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 19:38:36 EST ID:aHdcGL1J No.162920 Ignore Report Quick Reply


Does MW work for you?
Nell Buffingfon - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 19:45:07 EST ID:zK/apcKz No.162921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Would you fucking grammar nazis please follow your leader?
Priscilla Blatherstock - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:43:25 EST ID:Ko+QD20n No.162934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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....merriam webster?
Thomas Bongersune - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 02:47:14 EST ID:1kLMhMMJ No.162949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cephalopod Suicide Pact: War on the Drylands

Coming soon to Norway near you.

Amazon taking over the world and First ETF managed by AI is launched by Ian Fammlemodge - Sat, 28 Oct 2017 20:16:50 EST ID:WNvQtuQp No.162854 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Report dropped Friday 27th Oct set stock jumping +13.22% (+128,52 USD) during the day.

Funds / Shares "Retail is facing a historic shift where e-commerce is gaining ground, especially with one dominant player, Amazon. The development creates both winners and losers that investors are forced to deal with".

E-commerce progress is clear and the future of traditional stores has begun to be questioned. Traffic in stores and malls have decreased by up to 50 percent in some parts of the United States. In the United States it has already affected the price of shares in retailers and property owners to business galleries. The investors see them as losers in the ever faster Amzonification.

"E-commerce is growing rapidly through the mobile phone. Previously, you shopped in the evening via the computer, now you shop at any time via mobile and e-commerce has increased transparency on product prices. These are clear driving forces.

"Amazon currently has 50 percent of e-commerce in the US. Through its Amazon Prime customer club, one pays one monthly fee of around $10 that will get large portions of customers free shipping within one hour. Prime grows around 40 per cent per year and a prime customer buys on average five times as much as a non-prime customer. In countries like England prime reaches 30 percent of Amazon customers within one hour. It makes Amazon a difficult competitor that harvests victims.

"Amazon Prime offers more than just free delivery of goods, today Amazon is the third largest player in the US streaming movies and series after Disney and Netflix. As a member, you also get free access to storage space in the cloud, all for the fixed monthly fee. That Amazon is a difficult competitor is clear.
They have a big cash flow from their cloud service business Amazon Web Services, which is considered the fastest growing business ever, it grows by between 40-50 percent and currently generates $15 billion, capital they invest in new services and in new markets.
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Charles Hullynone - Sat, 28 Oct 2017 20:25:23 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.162855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think brick and mortar stores will always exist for products that people would rather experience for themselves. Malls will just adapt and the types of stores in malls will simply change and alter themselves to be more personable. In other words, actually going to the store will give you another element to shopping that you couldn't online, such as trying on clothing or tasting a tea blend.

I for one welcome our Amazon overlords. I can't wait to receive junk carried to me buy a robot.
Ian Fammlemodge - Sat, 28 Oct 2017 20:41:50 EST ID:WNvQtuQp No.162856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The world's first exchange-traded fund using artificial intelligence has been launched. To help, the fund has IBM's Jeopardy-winning supercomputer Watson.

Being an active manager today is tough. They have to beat index and several thematic computer-based passive investment strategies are gaining ground, and competition is now increasing further.

With the help of IBM's Watson supercomputer, the ETF Managers Group and San Francisco-based Equbot have launched AI Powered Equity ETF (AIEQ). It is the world's first ETF with artificial intelligence (AI).

IBM's Watson computer became known to the broad public when it competed in US Jeopardy 2011 and won over two major champions. The supercomputer has got its name after IBM's first CEO Thomas Watson.

Watson uses artificial intelligence, and can perform tasks that usually require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision making and translation between languages. Watson can process very large amounts of data as it quickly sorts and catalogs, analyzes and decides.

It uses machine learning, reminiscent of the human brain, as it automatically learns from its mistakes and is constantly improving over time the older it becomes.

IBM has continued to develop Watson for financial services to a greater extent. There are today Watson analysis tools for financial market analysis for advisors.

The ETF Managing Director, ETF Managers Group, has taken advantage of Equbot, a technology company focused on applying artificial intelligence to investment analyzes. The company is partly an IBM start-up within IBM Global Entrepreneurs. In IBM Global Entrepreneurs, start-ups are backed up by IBM with free technology and expert support.
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Ian Fammlemodge - Sat, 28 Oct 2017 20:47:21 EST ID:WNvQtuQp No.162857 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I think when virtual reality kicks off on websites and you're walking around in the store with your friend at home scoping clothes and having them sent to you to try on, then you send back the ones you don't want and pay for the ones you keep will make stores almost obsolete at that point.

But restaurants and more hang out type places will be around still.

/pol/ and /r/the_Donald user kills father for being a "Leftist Pedophile" by Eugene Seshwater - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 15:40:57 EST ID:DGYB2MP6 No.162529 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>MOUNT VERNON — The Bow-area man accused of stabbing his father to death was charged Thursday in Skagit County Superior Court. Lane Maurice Davis, 33, pleaded not guilty to one count of first-degree murder. He is being held on $1 million bail. Court documents state Lane Davis started a fight with his parents July 14 at their home in the 4000 block of Wharf Street, accusing them of being “leftists” and “pedophiles.” An audio recording of the fight, found on his father Charles Davis’ cellphone, indicated that Lane Davis threatened to kill his father several times. Lane Davis told police he was angered after reading something on the internet about “leftist pedophiles,” which sparked an argument between the two men.

^ is a right wing website the murderer wrote articles for, they confirm his circlejerk username, and they are now disavowing him. They say they're going to pull down all his articles. They say he basically called anyone who disagreed with him a leftist pedophile.

So I'm having difficulty sourcing this guy's comments, because /r/the_donald has scrubbed most his comments and basically covered the entire thing up (no hypocrisy there of course), but according to people on circlejerk and the above website, his username was /u/Seattle4truth. He had previously stated he got started down the path of the right first by getting involved in GamerGate and /pol/, then moving into circlejerk for /r/the_donald and /r/KotakuInAction. It's said he 364 posts on /r/the_Donald, including
>"Yeah. Trump could do literally anything and I'll still vote for him again, because of the left. He could murder the Pope."
>"I've been telling people that Kanye and Jay Z were Satanic Illuminati members since 2011. But it's only within the last couple days that anybody takes me seriously!"

As an imageboard user, this kind of shit freaks me out, that people in sort of the same circles as me could go this far down the rabbit hole and warp their fucking minds.
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Oliver Wivingsidge - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 13:34:43 EST ID:tgg7ArJh No.162801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Settle down, schizo.
Doris Wudgedog - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 13:38:33 EST ID:Jy1w56wB No.162802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The second one seems sane as fuck. If you honestly take any source completely and unhesitatingly at face value at all times you're a dimwit. That doesn't mean all sources are shills but that they're they run by humans and even with the best intentions they a) have values and beliefs and b) are fallible. That doesn't mean every news story is lies. Just that if it really matters to you that you should not rely on a single source.

If he expects you to check every fact that's different. I think there's plenty of times where the potential inaccuracy and the consequences, and/or the chances are close to zero and checking every story is nuts also. But not at least acknowledging no source is fully reliable and accounting for that when making strong opinions is dumb shit.
Edwin Gesslepane - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 10:31:09 EST ID:nvxkQyvv No.162820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>going through multiple news sources?
>doing your own research?
Martha Wummerdit - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 23:06:42 EST ID:CN7QHNdc No.162824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>wharf street
Simon Drandlestod - Sat, 28 Oct 2017 09:27:28 EST ID:+5q0zMgm No.162848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>that people in sort of the same circles as me could go this far down the rabbit hole and warp their fucking minds

It's funny because when you compare this place to some other image boards, this place is relatively tame, but still pretty similar.
When you post here, nobody knows that you're an ignorant neckbeard who has a pathetic social life that has led to being embittered and angry. You can post whatever you like without people being able to see you, your motivations, ulterior motives, etc.

White Men are at it again: Bomb in an Airport by Caroline Greenworth - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 10:01:56 EST ID:6GchCaMQ No.162396 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Emma Tootshaw - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 14:38:59 EST ID:JVasup6N No.162778 Ignore Report Quick Reply

another day, another white trump supporter shooting into a crowd. i guess these stories don't get wide spread coverage because it's not even news at this point. it's just a matter of fact that the alt right are domestic terrorists.
Hamilton Crarryforth - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 14:52:16 EST ID:J6R6yGt1 No.162780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>it's just a matter of fact that the alt right are domestic terrorists.
It would be nice if law enforcement treated them as such. Law enforcement couldn't give two shits about escalating endemic far-right violence, but if you take a sick piglet from a corporate factory farm then you better watch the fuck out, terrorist.
Lydia Pittshit - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 15:24:03 EST ID:zK/apcKz No.162781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ok, I know that entire thing is one big "What the fuck FBI" But why the hell did they cut off a part of the pig's ear for a DNA sample!? Swabs work just as well for pigs as they do for humans. Even if that somehow didn't work, I doubt the pig would have noticed a few mL of drawn blood.
Caroline Wankinlutch - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 22:10:31 EST ID:mM9fZu54 No.162783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is disgraceful and disgusting, but good luck waiting for a country that doesn't even look after humans to give two shits about pigs.
Fucking Blatherbanks - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 06:39:14 EST ID:boojTYCj No.162785 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Don't expect the very people the alt-right are cheerleaders for to do any inch of good for humanity. The police are here to suppress,repress, and oppress individual freedom and exist to protect and serve the profits of the wealthy. Not to mention, the prison industrial complex. They've killed thousands in the US alone, within a few years. Its not a coincidence that the alt right began to rise rapidly in aggression,not just during Obama, but after a series of uprisings against a police state, ferguson being one of the most tense. After ferguson, trumps campaign literally blew up as the law and order canidate,and white fascist trolls were unleashed upon the internet, series of terror attacks by them occurred. You think it's a coincidence when all the way across the globe, in athens, the police support and work with golden dawn? How about in occupied france? The police were quick to work with the nazis,and began mass arrests of jews,even though it was the furthest thing from what the french wanted. All fucking cops are bastards.

I Hate Everyone in the White House!: Trump Seethes by Walter Sambleshit - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 22:49:11 EST ID:qetGCKL9 No.162388 Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not the best source, I know, but it seems interesting that not only is Trump losing support even from those closest to him but there are whispers of him not lasting his first term
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Fucking Fengerfutch - Fri, 20 Oct 2017 17:44:49 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.162641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A common tactic for trolls is to claim others are trolling. Anyway, I couldn't give two shits for Hillary. There is that selective memory again. Every times anything is brought up that makes Trump look like the total mess he is, Hillary is brought up as a distraction. The only people obsessed with Hillary are those that keep bringing her up when no one ever mentioned her.

John Saddlenidge - Fri, 20 Oct 2017 22:53:33 EST ID:ojjwPRrO No.162647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>There's zero evidence that Russia is trying to destabilize the US.
AHAHAHAHAHA seriously? not tryina jump on the anti-Russia band wagon here, but Russia has never not been trying to destabilize the US, at least not since the cold war started (hint: it never really ended). likewise america has never stopped fucking with russia since the two were the only superpowers.

your belief that two competing world powers would ever play nice with each other is just absolutely adorable.
Edward Sesslehood - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 00:26:09 EST ID:u35xloTz No.162648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Anyway, I couldn't give two shits for Hillary.
>Every times anything is brought up that makes Trump look like the total mess he is, Hillary is brought up as a distraction.
You're the one who brought up Hillary in your post you disingenuous ass. How shameless are you?
Esther Herrylock - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 06:10:22 EST ID:zIbYho+y No.162652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>It's a nation that has successfully brainwashed it's population and it's happening here.

Buddy, the American population has been brainwashed long before you born. It's so funny you ask me about following the news when 90% of your sources derive from Murdoch's Newscorp and other media conglomerates.

But on topic, what evidence do you have that Russia hacked the elections? unless you can think of something better than "Trump publically told them to they it must be a conspiracy" then you need to shut the fuck up.
Simon Ciblingridge - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 14:10:24 EST ID:gBtApV/T No.162775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pence would be the far bigger threat to the livelihoods of ordinary and vulnerable Americans. Pence is only preferable to religious extremists and the Koch brothers.

>But we’d be stupid to underestimate the amount of damage a “humdrum” conservative can do. All the qualities that make Pence, in one sense, less dangerous than Trump—the fact that he is cool, collected, and apparently on more or less good terms with his Republican colleagues—make him, in other senses, much more dangerous than Trump. A recent New Yorker profile of Pence, which describes him as “the corporate right’s inside man,” portrays Pence as a savvy and ambitious politician. He was the Koch Brothers’ anointed candidate before Trump’s ascendancy to the nomination, and a prime specimen of the sort of heartless conservative fundamentalism that was, prior to the Trump era, viewed as the greatest enemy to left values. What we currently know of his personal views and his policy positions is disturbing. Pence has made no particular secret of despising the LGBT community: Trump recently made a joke to the effect that Pence wants to “hang” all gay people, which had a chilling frisson of truth to it. He apparently does not believe in climate change, and, during his decade in Congress, had a consistent track record of voting against environmental protection, anti-pollution measures, and clean energy. He has been centrally involved in efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. As governor of Indiana, Pence moved to ban the resettlement of Syrian refugees, long before Trump had proposed his Muslim Ban.
>Given these facts, do we think Pence is likely to continue the same policies that have made Trump’s presidency reprehensible? It seems almost certain. Will Pence, by virtue of his more amicable relationship with his own party, his ability to manage his executive appointees, and the goodwill he will buy from Democrats in Congress by presenting a civil and decorous contrast to Trump, be more likely to actually implement these dangerous policies successfully? This also seems highly plausible. Trump has already advanced a lot of terrible policies, even from the mi…
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Vampiros by Lillian Nickleford - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 11:12:28 EST ID:y+AtxLox No.162730 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Dozens of arrests as mobs kill nine suspected vampires in Malawi

Police say 140 people have been arrested after a spate of deadly mob attacks on suspected "vampires" in Malawi.

There have been at least nine killings, including an epileptic man who was burned to death and another person who was stoned to death in the country's second-biggest city, Blantyre.

The assaults started last month when rumours spread of "bloodsuckers" on the loose - and police say the situation has spun out of control.

Mobs have been putting up illegal road blocks, leading to security concerns in the southern African country.

Some residents - including health officials, teachers and traditional leaders - say their homes have been destroyed following speculation they were looking after "vampires".

President Peter Mutharika has appealed for calm in the four districts where the attacks have taken place, saying "my government will offer protection from these alleged bloodsuckers".

Some areas have been declared dangerous zones for people working for the United Nations and US embassy.
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Nathaniel Lightstock - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 12:39:29 EST ID:Cv8L7+Fh No.162768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Stop lying to justify your bullshit modding spunky. It was fair and decent. Interesting findings on how language limits ideas and thus perception, especially when all you have is an oral language.

To bad you users on here won't be able to see it since spunky has decided you shouldn't think for yourselves.
I suggest you stop using this site, and migrate to a place with free speech and free exchange of ideas. Not a place where some antifa member living his life on IRC is filtering what you see.
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User was banned by: Spunky
Reason: First off, that wasn't my post. Second, you could have made that point instead of dumping a single picture and hardly anything else. That was YOUR bad.
Cornelius Chittingkin - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 13:24:02 EST ID:6MHZ/reb No.162771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I suggest you stop using this site
You first
Nicholas Sungerfuck - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 13:47:49 EST ID:ycbBbosb No.162773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Cry somewhere else, my man
Angus Pirryserk - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 05:26:30 EST ID:C2GABpRQ No.162784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
omg our fragile users can't think for themselves! you must include trigger warnings and explain so they don't have to use their brains!
Betsy Hubberpare - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 09:23:12 EST ID:zXGs0XGt No.162786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Read "The Alphabet Versus the Goddess" if you want to know what you're talking about.

Senate Judiciary opens probe into Obama-era Russian nuclear bribery case by Isabella Semmerstuck - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 09:10:15 EST ID:Iwx6xObg No.162565 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Senate Judiciary Committee has launched a probe into a Russian nuclear bribery case, demanding several federal agencies disclose whether they knew the FBI had uncovered the corruption before the Obama administration in 2010 approved a controversial uranium deal with Moscow.

"I am not convinced by these assurances," Grassley wrote the Homeland Security Department last week. "The sale of Uranium One resulted in a Russian government takeover of a significant portion of U.S. uranium mining capacity. In light of that fact, very serious questions remain about the basis for the finding that this transaction did not threaten to impair U.S. national security."


When the Uranium One deal was approved, the geopolitical backdrop was far different from today’s. The Obama administration was seeking to “reset” strained relations with Russia. The deal was strategically important to Mr. Putin, who shortly after the Americans gave their blessing sat down for a staged interview with Rosatom’s chief executive, Sergei Kiriyenko. “Few could have imagined in the past that we would own 20 percent of U.S. reserves,” Mr. Kiriyenko told Mr. Putin.

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Frederick Bettingman - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 16:43:28 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.162742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If this is true of Obama and Hillary, then I'd hope they would get at the bottom of it.

Although, years of oligarchical influence has blurred the lines between legality and criminality. If there is truth behind this, then it's in the presidents best interest to pursue this in any way that he can.
Betsy Mankinchud - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 16:45:53 EST ID:AfPwbEeJ No.162743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's inadvertently mentioning trump because he's from the /RIG/ thread...
Oh wait nevermind, that was you, champ.

My mistake, you both regurgitate the same "I know you are but what am I" insults whenever your party is under scrutiny. It can be hard to tell the difference between you trumpites when you all spin stories to defame your political 'competition' immediately after your preferred political party leaders are accused of various unscrupulous actions.
Betsy Mankinchud - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 16:58:11 EST ID:AfPwbEeJ No.162745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>If there is truth behind this, then it's in the presidents best interest to pursue this in any way that he can.

>unlike pursuing the truth behind their own alleged collusion amirite? The facts only matter AFTER relevance is lost and the people in question are no longer in power amirite? Don't look at what the current people in power are doing over here! look at what the LAST GUY did years ago!
Frederick Bettingman - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 17:11:50 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.162746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I completely agree. His alleged collusion should be investigated ahead of everyone since he's the one in power now and they aren't. It's what's going on right now versus what happened previously.

But for the sake of it, if they did do something illegal, I wouldn't weep for them if they are put to justice. I have no stake in the game.
Hedda Fellydodge - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 17:36:59 EST ID:u35xloTz No.162747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>your party
That's right, everybody who calls you out on something is a Republican. All things must flow through your narrow mindset.

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Russia and the United States agreed Wednesday to cooperate on a NASA-led project to build the first lunar space station, part of a long-term project to send humans to Mars.

The US space agency said earlier this year that it was exploring a programme called the Deep Space Gateway, a multi-stage project to push further into the solar system.
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Wesley Billingshaw - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 13:38:02 EST ID:Jy1w56wB No.162577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That was last year. Good job.
Thomas Hebberstune - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 08:16:37 EST ID:7bd2zbBh No.162722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So what's been so bad this year?
Edward Pickhood - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 09:43:20 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.162725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Gee, it's almost like that retarded jewish bronze age caveman sky fascist does absolutely nothing.
Priscilla Serrykadge - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 09:57:12 EST ID:mM9fZu54 No.162727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There was a study that found that praying for sick people actually has a slight negative impact on their recovery, the hypothesis being that when people know they're being prayed for they feel like there's pressure on them to recover and the stress makes things worse. Maybe there's a similar phenomenon with terror attacks? Like, maybe the terrorists go "we'll show those fucks how effective their Christian prayers are".

Probably not.
Emma Tootshaw - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 11:35:08 EST ID:JVasup6N No.162764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>"we'll show those fucks how effective their Christian prayers are".
i'm pretty sure people pray for victims only after they get attacked.

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