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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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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/12/saudi-arabia-fii-conference-withdrawal-jamal-khashoggi
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Cyril Poshbet - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 12:59:00 EST ID:o3fxgJWU No.172103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://edition-m.cnn.com/2018/10/22/middleeast/saudi-operative-jamal-khashoggi-clothes/index.html?r=https%3A%2F%2Fedition.cnn.com%2F

Lmao these guys have no idea what they're doing
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Albert Chublingwill - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 13:25:08 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.172104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172103
stoled his clothes have a double walk around in CCTV zones so it looks he's alive. These are guy's are bunch of jackasses.
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Clara Blupperchudging - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 13:42:19 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.172105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172104
Thing is, they never even claimed Kashoggi was alive, using that as proof. They just just kept saying "We dont know anything" till even they couldn't deny it anymore. What the fuck was the point of this body double thing? Holy shit the Crown Prince is WAY dumber then anyone thought. House of Saud overthrown in 10 years at most.
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Phoebe Crebberwater - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 18:32:38 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.172114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172105
slow down the start of a murder investigation, allow them to plausibly deny that he walked out of the consulate and is alive but missing, the fatal flaw in that plan was that the turks found an audio recording right away
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Samuel Clazzledale - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 23:05:50 EST ID:xNIj6gU3 No.172116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>172011
lol


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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Wesley Sozzlefoot - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 19:25:37 EST ID:5GFCHk94 No.172064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172059 What about that car that was dropped on one of the hitmen?
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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.


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.


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.


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

>
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
TRIGGERED
AS
FUCK


Cosby gets 3 (to 10) years in prison by Emma Cidgehune - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 14:44:47 EST ID:Ec+l3Zco No.171715 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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60 accused rapes = 3 years
1 rape = 18.25 days
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Martin Bennerfed - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 11:53:56 EST ID:NhT4QeT/ No.171798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171795

you can justify anything with that logic

im going to address one immorality with an even more extreme immorality
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James Grimdale - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 16:04:43 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.171805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171798
woah we got a civility dipshit over here
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Ian Sebberwater - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 05:27:54 EST ID:GM+AZ6mh No.171809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Implying any of the women he raped didn't have legal justification to kill him for what he did.
>Hurr durr, itz bad for him if someone retroactively kills him for what he did.

Get fucked. You people have your head so far up your own ass you can see daylight.
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Rebecca Billingwill - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 07:42:56 EST ID:Qbvr3bvs No.171811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I hope he gets raped by Fat Albert
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Shit Fanfield - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 09:38:06 EST ID:ALl8uw09 No.171814 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>171810
why are you telling me this? getting pelted with hotdogs until he dies in prison is fine by me


Israeli troops kill dozens of Palestinians in protests as US embassy opens in Jerusalem by James Collykutch - Mon, 14 May 2018 14:19:31 EST ID:iom/lsv9 No.168434 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2018/may/14/israeli-troops-kill-palestinians-protesting-against-us-embassy-move-to-jerusalem-live-updates

>Israeli forces opened fire on demonstrators in Gaza on Monday, killing dozens and injuring more than 2,400 people protesting the Monday opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

>Gaza’s ministry of health reported 52 people were killed and more than 2,400 were injured during protests at the border between Gaza and Israel.

>Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the military was acting in self-defense. “Every country has an obligation to defend its borders,” he wrote on Twitter.

>Senior US officials, including president Donald Trump, have not mentioned the protests in communications celebrating the embassy opening. “Big day for Israel. Congratulations!” the president said on Twitter.

>Protests are quieting down in Gaza but they are expected to return tomorrow, a significant day for the Great March of Return movement, a Palestinian group that has held rallies at the border since 30 March.

>At these rallies, demonstrators are calling for the right to return to homes they were expelled from in 1948.

>The Great March of Return movement culminates on Tuesday, 15 May, which marks what Palestinians call the Nakba, when hundreds of thousands were forced out of their homes or fled amid the fighting that accompanied the creation in 1948 of the state of Israel after the end of the British Mandate.
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Polly Billingshit - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 15:29:24 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.171773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>171767
correlation =/= causation
it's almost like those are the most densely populated (especially by whites) areas of South Africa in general...maybe because the minerals are what attracted them in the first place
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witwatersrand_Gold_Rush
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mineral_Revolution
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Cedric Derringham - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 15:33:04 EST ID:Jgznot1+ No.171774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171773
It was settled for the arable land to restock for the VoC. It was not until industrial revolution which the minerals were a realized asset, England pounced on their co-ethnic in the Boer war over this and invented concentration camps by accident.
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Polly Billingshit - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 16:05:18 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.171775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171774
Yes thank you that's basically what my links were about, the industrial revolution process how the northern mineral rich regions became the core heartland of the nation of South Africa.
You'll notice that in that map I posted the Cape coast that was settled by the VoC is thinly populated compared to the Northeast, it's also primarily "coloured" because during the industrial revolution a majority of the Dutch settlers left to go north.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Trek

So again my point is that the areas with the most white farms being expropriated seem to correspond with the areas with the most white farmers, and the fact that those are also the areas with the most minerals probably points more to why the white farmers are there than some Chinese resource conspiracy.
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Alice Clabbersod - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 21:20:39 EST ID:9wa1tgEA No.171976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Israel don't give a fuck yo, they take american hostages

https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/florida/articles/2018-10-10/israel-defends-actions-against-us-student-in-detention

>harold and kumar escape from israel-occupied palestine
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Jenny Brookstone - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 20:58:00 EST ID:Ra4xIaBC No.172326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171771
If a black person can become president of the USA (not a woman though, no thought crimes here) then how is it racist to consider white people getting their land taken away in South Africa is racist?


NUKE THE WHALES by Isabella Hirrymack - Wed, 30 May 2018 18:34:28 EST ID:jajGWUvR No.169143 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Japanese hunters caught and killed 122 pregnant minke whales as part of its Antarctic summer "field survey"

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-44307396
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Molly Shittingbanks - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 17:13:58 EST ID:1fIHantD No.171693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Have you even tasted whale beef? It's some real shit.

Also, whale hunting is necessary as they're a competitor of the fisheries. We have to keep their population down in order to feed actual persons.
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Sophie Cripperneg - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 22:31:44 EST ID:4s8NkKnl No.171699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171693
Whaling is all about money$$ in japan. Food, not really soo much. It's in decline.
In the past 'ages' it was very useful for human survival. They are part of the food chain. Wipe them out, negative things happen. Competition, wipe them out, things get out of balance.

As person said, buffalo, we slaughtered as sport, and to deprive the natives
from their resources. Government sponsored of course. The natives depended on Bison for survival. Today, whales are mined for oil, cosmetics, whatever. Government sponsored of course.

You can put whale lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig.day we have livestock. Other sources for food, the
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George Blarringgold - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 05:39:31 EST ID:3iG3uWRg No.171701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If japan really is killing females then they really are fucking idiots. Those are the only way you can sustain the population and keep making your incredibly culturally important whale fin dishes to make your dicks super happy shiny helmet explosive fun time.
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Sidney Bardridge - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 22:25:27 EST ID:9NlanpSv No.171758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171693
I know natives who drink mouth wash to get drunk who wold tell you that even they think whale tastes like shit.

And no, they are not really competing with us they cannot eat as much as we can catch, not to mention that minke whales (the most often hunted species) don't eat salmon, halibut, crabs or tuna or any other harvest animal.
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Polly Billingshit - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 22:33:52 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.171760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>169189
This is the same argument the Japanese whalers and government use but the truth is whale meat wasn't a significant or traditional part of Japanese culture before 1945 or after 1960. To help with postwar food shortages whale meat was used as a cheap supply of protein for nationwide standardized school lunches. An entire generation that grew up to become the nations current leaders have nostalgic childhood memories of eating it, thats pretty much it.

Also forgetting the fact that whaling is a significant cultural tradition for the spanish, Portuguese, French and English and they've all given it up to save the animals from extinction.


Coast Guard employee fired for White Power hand gesture by Isabella Honeydock - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 19:40:40 EST ID:qJxX7FCl No.171593 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-45535715

And here I thought this whole 'White Power hand gesture' thing amounted to nothing more than some nazis from /pol/ making fun of a handful of clueless liberal boomers on facebook.

Why are people so stupid? And why is it ok nowadays for someone to be fired from a job at the fucking coast guard on the basis of even the flimsiest of evidence of political wrongthink?
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Augustus Chimmlebury - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 12:40:38 EST ID:JDoTsy9B No.171671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171662
>You're about ten times less clever than you think /pol/
exactly.

that's because its a weak ass alt-right campaign. the the future campaign was obfuscation. anyone who is familiar with alt-right symbols would see right through it. you tried again, you failed. again. the real ones see past your bs.
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Ebenezer Brookway - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 18:08:14 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.171674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171672
>Whale.to

The retard even the other retards think is stupid as hell.
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Clara Gallernat - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 06:52:59 EST ID:JXahN9Mj No.171702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171648
Wow that image cuts deep.
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Wesley Worthingdale - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 23:11:09 EST ID:jZrviQuN No.171762 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this heavily censored thread just proves the point against you faggots
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Wesley Worthingdale - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 19:42:01 EST ID:jZrviQuN No.171777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171772

talk about whining and fake outrage. lack of self-awareness much?


Twitter Jokes can get you a visit from homeland security by Nell Pisslelirk - Sat, 12 May 2018 22:22:55 EST ID:0G4khkLx No.168403 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://splinternews.com/the-brooklyn-comedian-whose-joke-about-ice-got-him-a-vi-1825865670

I knew ICE was full of pussies but holy shit.
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Jarvis Mundlefoot - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 16:01:47 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.171691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171686
The very first gun control law in the US was made to keep blacks and poor whites from having handguns.
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Fanny Pittstock - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 17:07:09 EST ID:MHmSvYtY No.171692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171686
the 1968 GCA was done under democrats
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Cornelius Fimblegold - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 20:59:51 EST ID:tZHV3dRY No.171696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wow, 3-4 years ago 420chan was basically there is no legit use for guns. Now there are people here advocating communist groups arm up against the police?

Strange times indeed. How about I kick the ant hill here, is it because good ole friendly cool Obama isn't telling you to disarm and the Republicans are in office? Just playing devils advocate of course.

>Not that I seriously think a bunch of limp wristed pot head "socialists" or tobacco spitting pudgy white boys in Ford pickups are going to defend civil rights anytime soon. Owning guns in the name of the 2nd Amendment is just woefully deluded and pathetic. Nobody is going to fight tyranny in this country ever again, just keep Walmart open and feeding everyone oxy. Won't ever be a bother.
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Cornelius Fimblegold - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 21:25:08 EST ID:tZHV3dRY No.171697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>171694
Classic Liberalism supports the right to self security fam. Left wing ideologies as a whole support armed commoners. It is only left wing government officials who oppose it. But then again, right wing government officials oppose it as well. Lest we forget, most maybe in fact all Federal gun control was passed by Right Wing majorities in government. Hazy memory from studying in college.

Also, Scalia said that the second amendment applied to individualist not collectivist as say the ACLU posits. Scalia also said that reasonable restrictions may be placed upon the second amendment. Read the justice opinions on it. To my knowledge, which may be faded; Scalia never said the machine gun ban could be unconstitutional because it was a reasonable restriction.

Legal and unbiased studies into the meaning of the second amendment all state it was intended as an individualist right by the way. Even research into the use of English; period corrected, show the militia is a separate right. Much the same as the right to assemble, the right to religious freedom, and the right to free speech are all individualist, collectivist and separate at the same time. It is the most encompassing freedom laid out as a whole.

It is only those who benefit from an unarmed populace and those who are too ignorant to understand what is going on that argue the 2nd Amendment. If you want to factually and accurately argue against an armed citizenry your case should rest on the practicality or feasibility of citizen revolts. The statistics on gun control in the US and past implementations are unfavorable to it, the language in the constitution is entirely unsupportive, and the political philosophies valuing freedom or Classic Liberalism are entirely unsupportive to it. Thus the only way to argue for gun control at this point is to say the premise of armed rebellion is idiotic (my stance in case you didn't gather) or it is part of your political ideology that places the state's rights above the governed. To which I disagree with as the government needs the general broad consent of the governed. However, there are examples of oppressed people who are unarmed and don't care for the government but the government being…
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Nell Fittingpore - Mon, 24 Sep 2018 13:44:21 EST ID:B0DXVl9D No.171709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/are-10000-children-in-u-s-detention-centers/

10,000 children and counting in a recently subsidized detainment camp, whose parents are prosecuted if they come get them. So now they're waiting for foster care by orders of daddy trump. Not only is this flagrant authoritarianism, it's a massive waste of money, where the real wall we pay for is the overworked justice system, probably on track to deal with at least a million cases this year, all of which end in deportation and thus the cycle continues. America proves yet again incapable letting anyone have nice things


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