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40 Senate Democrats Join GOP to Send $717 Billion Military Spending Bill to Trump's Desk by Nicholas Grimham - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 08:34:29 EST ID:Czx10VUL No.170853 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Of course nobody is talking about this:
>In a late afternoon vote that garnered very little attention in the corporate media—and predictably didn't spark any of the handwringing about costs that pundits typically apply to social programs for the poor and working class—40 Democrats and Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) joined nearly every Senate Republican on Wednesday to send a $717 billion military spending bill to President Donald Trump's desk.

>As the Washington Post's Jeff Stein noted on Twitter, the legislation will hit Trump's desk at a time when "military spending, adjusted for inflation, is higher than at any point outside the Iraq War."

>Not one op-ed or editorial or talking head on cable news will ask 'how will we pay for it?'" media analyst Adam Johnson noted following the Senate's vote. "Funding for bombs, guns, military bases, warships, fighter jets is simply factored in. Like gravity or entropy, it just is."

>Overall, the 2019 NDAA will hike military spending by $82 billion. The Intercept's Alex Emmons has noted that with $80 billion a year, you could make public colleges and universities in the U.S. tuition-free."
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Isabella Fellerstet - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 19:12:23 EST ID:vCluv2tB No.171040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Mate they are very ethnically conscious. They had mixed miss japan winners in both 2015 and 2016 and both of them were qqing about discrimination. They are an entho state which is polite and not martial.
Samuel Dartson - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 19:43:16 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.171041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah so is pretty much everywhere else, would a half black miss USA complaining about racism be unthinkable?
there's a difference between being a pretty homogeneous society that's ethnically conscious and being war mongering xenophobes

>They are an entho state which is polite and not martial.
Samuel Dartson - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 19:44:54 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.171042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I mean case in fucking point they had mixed miss japan winners two years running, such a closed society hostile to outsiders
Samuel Lightway - Mon, 20 Aug 2018 23:00:29 EST ID:WB7qaGw1 No.171084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So why isn't this post titled Every Republican besides 2 vote for insanely large military bill.

Oh ya, because they're counting on progressives to be just as gullinle as ever in boycotting elections or voting for candidates that will never win.
Jack Brookdale - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 15:37:24 EST ID:jnHEXgwM No.171095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, the media and establishment Dems absolutely are talking about the bill, and they're pissed. Not about the endless war, not about the exorbitant cost and grift, not about what public services we could have bought with the money, not about giving this supposed dangerous traitor another blank check to blow up whatever henwants, not that part of this huge increase goes to helping Saudi Arabia murder school buses full of children.

No, what they're mad about is that Trump signed the bill without thanking John McCain.

Fucking disgusting.

Ex-leader of state’s GOP says he killed dog on God’s command by Shitting Pittford - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 08:09:27 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.170823 Report Reply Quick Reply
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SIMPSONVILLE, S.C. (AP) — Authorities say the former head of South Carolina’s Republican Party told them that he killed his mother’s dog because God told him to and that he was the second coming of Jesus Christ.

Todd Kincannon, 37, was arrested last week after he choked, stabbed, and mutilated his mother’s 10-year-old beagle mix at her Greenville county home, news outlets reported. Kincannon reportedly told Simpsonville police officers that he killed the dog because, “I’m the second coming of Christ and I got a command from God to do it.”

Officers who responded to the July 26 call said Kincannon came out of his parents’ home wearing only his underwear and was covered in blood and dog hair. According to one officer, Kincannon said “that every 1,000 years there needs to be a sacrifice and blood must be spilt.”

> Republican goons are either scrooge McDuck cartoon villains or evil, soulless monsters who will spill blood the moment their weak minds snap. They are a danger to society, the country and the world.
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James Gobberwudge - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 17:09:47 EST ID:T1eywJ3r No.170844 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are people already protesting for Jesus 2 to be released?
Sophie Cengerforth - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 20:17:55 EST ID:fD7QbJY8 No.170845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like a Good Christian Man to me
Lydia Homblecocke - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 00:10:52 EST ID:JlJKcEBb No.171031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>history of mental illness
So it's a psychotic break, then. Thanks for clarifying.
Duncan - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:57:34 EST ID:9idIDd/0 No.171036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well at least the sacrifice was completed
Doris Dinnerwag - Mon, 20 Aug 2018 04:14:16 EST ID:/3XCNREO No.171075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>history of mental illness

>So it's a psychotic break, then. Thanks for clarifying.

Not soo much a break, more like a vacation.

Dog fur, blood underwear. They got the crazies for sure.
Like, fully insane. This guy in Denver stole puppies from
a pet shop and set them on fire, think he was a so-called
Satan guy. Really what many Republicans find amusing
or normal, normal people usually find disturbing, distasteful.

They are this insanity culture 24/7

Trump and Omarosa are going full scorched earth against each other by Nigel Nickleson - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 13:58:13 EST ID:0cwf1kJ0 No.171007 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Omarosa releases a tape of staffers trying to spin Trump's usage of the n word so Trump fires back on Twitter calling her a "lowlife" and a "dog". Oh man this is great can't wait to see where it goes from here.
>Released to CBS Tuesday, the latest audio is of a conversation that took place in 2016 between Newman, former Trump campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson, former campaign communications director Jason Miller, and Lynne Patton, who was Eric Trump's wedding planner and then was tapped for a regional director post in the federal housing agency HUD.
>“I am trying at least to find out what context it was used in to help us maybe try to figure out a way to spin it,” Pierson is heard saying on the tape.
>When Patton says Trump denied making the comment, Pierson cuts in and repeatedly says: “He said it. No, he said it. He is embarrassed.”
>The release of Tuesday’s tape comes just hours after Pierson went on Fox News to insist the conversation “did not happen.”
>“It sounds like she is writing a script for a movie,” Pierson said of Newman. In a Monday statement, Patton also denied the conversation took place, calling Newman’s claim a “baseless accusation” about an “imaginary audio tape.”

Trump has taken arguably the single most serious and unfunny office in the world and turned it into a kind of reality entertainment that operates on metalevels we've never even conceived of.
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Oliver Breckleman - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 13:22:29 EST ID:wzd9nJoX No.171026 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Basically leftists are fine with authoritarianism so long as their masters are pillow talking them. Get one person who is open about the spectacle of party politics and they have outrage until another talking head jumps in. Even in Greece all the leftists just turned around and called the mass of angry youth impatient as soon as socialists took power. There's a reason nihilists and anarchists are historically enemies of Marxists as much as Nazis.
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Alice Crunningshit - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 16:18:57 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.171027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey X8, still hating women?
Matilda Gogglegold - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 16:57:12 EST ID:fD7QbJY8 No.171028 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Damn! Look at the set on her!
Hamilton Geffingfut - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 17:26:12 EST ID:fTdqt0qf No.171029 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Talk about butherface thu..
Cornelius Shakegold - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 17:42:16 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.171030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I still smash, with the lights off though.

Israel adopts divisive Jewish nation-state law by Fanny Nebberville - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 05:43:56 EST ID:1+M/gHJJ No.170597 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Israel passed a law on Thursday to declare that only Jews have the right of self-determination in the country,

>“This is a defining moment in the annals of Zionism and the history of the state of Israel,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the Knesset after the vote.

>The bill also strips Arabic of its designation as an official language alongside Hebrew, downgrading it to a “special status” that enables its continued use within Israeli institutions.

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Archie Bunfield - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 07:59:52 EST ID:HyrzyQKe No.170695 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Lol right. And Russia was the aggressor towards Germany.. Russia just won so wrote fake history. You're a literal jackass. Stalin didn't want to get involved in the war, until Hitler started creating forced labor camps for Slavs. Germany's aggression and nationalism leading up to ww1 and ww2 either never existed or were amazing things that people couldn't just let happen!! Lmaoo

It's so shocking to me that an entire nation can be deprived of knowledge of human history. Even the people who know what the Holocaust is probably don't even know how it all began. Our education system is an obedience to authority system, all the good education comes from private schools which most of us have to indebt ourselves for.
James Drupperstock - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 15:39:36 EST ID:3E+uYiLw No.170696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>the wrong side won

70 years and you're still salty.
Shit Tootbanks - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 18:38:06 EST ID:GdwVK0V1 No.170697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That comment applies just as well to the Jewish community- all their holidays are centered around being oppressed and getting even, they need anti-Semitism the way feminist need patriarchy.
Fuck Nicklefoot - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 23:58:43 EST ID:xbWLTQO9 No.170698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most people's holidays center around being oppressed and getting even.
Alice Packlehudge - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 09:22:00 EST ID:5eax1YfY No.171002 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Really makes you think

Here we go again; Portland prepares for right-wing, anti-fascist rallies by David Nicklewill - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 14:18:51 EST ID:oq1g2LP6 No.170826 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland, Oregon, is bracing for what could be another round of violent clashes between a right-wing group and self-described anti-fascist counter-protesters who have pledged to keep Patriot Prayer and other affiliated groups out of this ultra-liberal city.

A rally organized Saturday by Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson was expected to be the third to roil Portland this summer. Two previous events ended in bloody fistfights and riots, and one counter-protester was sent to the hospital with a skull fracture.

This time, Gibson changed the venue from a federal plaza outside U.S. District Court to a waterfront park so some of his Oregon supporters can carry concealed weapons as they demonstrate. Chartered buses will bring participants from Vancouver, Washington — where Gibson lives — to downtown Portland with armed security on board.

The Portland Police Bureau said Friday that protesters should expect to see a significant police presence including bomb-sniffing dogs and checkpoints where weapon screenings will occur.

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Polly Hudgechat - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 13:41:41 EST ID:bt/cQKTF No.170937 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It's just weird having a bunch of people say the state shouldn't tell them anything and let the markets be free but break out in cheers once the president calls for tougher immigration laws and tariffs on foreign imports.
Nell Buvinghall - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 16:16:30 EST ID:/5XSJAE3 No.170940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I didn't call you racist, I was mocking your big brained centrism and "both sides" point because it's bullshit and deserves to be mocked.

i doubt you've actually met any anarchists considering how vague and all over the place your post was. Not even addressing any point I made, Idk why you responded to me lol
Frederick Nellychodge - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 19:56:37 EST ID:lp8WVrDl No.170998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The President of the United States spent his latest vacation and the one year anniversary of the murder of a US Citizen by domestic terrorists, with Nazis. Is this real life?
William Burryfoot - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 21:09:14 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.170999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's normal for a president to rub elbows with the people who got him elected...
Matilda Hengerford - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 03:53:20 EST ID:sClHa8sB No.171000 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Trump's a total piece of shit but it's retarded to combat propaganda with propaganda. He didn't share a picture of that Nazi guy on Twitter. He does enough stupid and inexcusable bullshit, keep hammering him out for that instead of resorting to making shit up.

I know its another Trump thread but... by Nicholas Bendleworth - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 16:24:25 EST ID:xBPCZwAz No.170520 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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We really need to talk about this.

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Phineas Dollerbeg - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 05:41:20 EST ID:haRRB3XS No.170983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Affirmative action evens the playing field for people who don't have the same opportunities. People who had a lot less in the way of opportunities will never achieve the same things even with the same potential, if you don't adjust the criteria. In theory if you target the struggling groups they will then stop being poor and their kids will do better. However I think it's cheap band aid because if you raise the level of super top earners in the minority population from 0.1 to 0.3% you don't actually help 99.7% of them. Also you end up with people who (though it's not their fault and in a fair society they would not have this issue) aren't at the same level of capability as their peers. They've got the natural talent but they never got the chances to expand their experience have to work twice as hard at best or will just do worse anyway.

The real issue is certain areas and schools are under funded and only the elite get the best opportunities. But overhauling schooling, funding shit schools and spending time and effort engaging with youth in poor areas, helping minorities feel engaged and stuff they band aid it. It targets figures cheaply and distorts the market and the criteria are based on correlation with being fucked by life rather than how hard life fucked you. Sure most black people have more reason to be afraid of the police, are poorer etc, but some rural poor white dude born to a pair of drunks is going to get less support from a system like this than a hyper priveleged kid like one of Drone-bummers' girls. What's really needed is a fair system that ensures everyone gets a basic standard of living and education that is far higher than the current baseline. That those elite exclusive nepotistic opportunities are redistributed and so on. But this all hurts the ultra rich so affirmative action is the result.

In short. There is a problem. Affirmative action is a way of addressing a real genuine issue. It's not a good solution because it barely helps the people it's supposed to target and completely excludes others. However if you're going to give the super rich tax cuts rather than bullets this is what you get. The bit about killing t…
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James Sommlewetch - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 09:40:14 EST ID:Ks5K1Apk No.170986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Affirmative action evens the playing field for people who don't have the same opportunities
if that was actually the goal, the whole scheme would be based mainly on parental household income. A White kid doesn't get to benefit from affirmative action even if his parents were poor immigrants from rural Moldova whose extended family was murdered by Jewish communists, instead the job or college he applies to will prefer to pick a less qualified Hispanic guy over him.
It is a race-based assault on people of European descent, don't pretend otherwise.

So 'balancing the ethnicity ratio' by denying jobs and education to Whites doesn't hurt Whites, eh? Then I take it you wouldn't mind if we institute policies that make it harder for Jews to get into universities and into certain jobs until their representation is proportional to their numbers in the population, right? Such measures would totally not be anti-Jewish but simply be a sensible way to make our institutions less anti-Gentile, right?

The average African-American in the US costs the state about $10,000 per year:
Oh boy, you've convinced me. Getting so much of Whitey's money blown up your ass must be really fucking oppressive. And this isn't limited to America. According to the EU, a single Syrian Refugee from Pakistan or Somalia costs about €50,000 per year, which is even more oppressive. In order to protect poor innocent darkies from White oppression, the only solution is complete geographical separation of Whites from everyone else.
Doris Billingshaw - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 10:31:09 EST ID:2IR9bQRw No.170987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>So 'balancing the ethnicity ratio' by denying jobs and education to Whites doesn't hurt Whites, eh?

It equalizes it. It ensures that qualified whites don't receive privilege over qualified blacks. It's equality of opportunity rather than of outcome.

> the only solution is complete geographical separation of Whites from everyone else.

You're delusional.

>alternativehypothesis about page: "Isn't this racist garbage"

Yes, yes it is.
Doris Billingshaw - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 10:37:37 EST ID:2IR9bQRw No.170988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What's really needed is a fair system that ensures everyone gets a basic standard of living and education that is far higher than the current baseline

I agree that affirmative action is merely a bandaid but still useful.

The best fix is developing class consciousness. Racial lines blur when everyone within the working classes realizes they are all more or less in the same boat.
Cyril Fiddleville - Sun, 26 Aug 2018 16:57:02 EST ID:bSch7IyF No.171209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>white muricans cant handle 40 years of affirmative action despite owning slaves for 400


Saudi Arabia recalls ambassasdor, threatens to 9/11 Canada over human rights criticism by Esther Dishbitch - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 14:32:30 EST ID:b+9Smsy+ No.170858 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Canada criticized Saudi Arabia's arrest of women's rights activists and in an act of Extreme Normalcy the kingdom responded by expelling the Canadian ambassador, freezing all new business with Canada, recalling all Saudi scholarship students studying in Canadian schools, and threatening to 9/11 the CN Tower on Twitter.
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Hugh Brudgebury - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:35:32 EST ID:cs064rD0 No.170950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Saudi Arabia said they won't cut off any oil trade with Canada, so in the end, its all pointless posturing if they won't touch the thing that'd hurt both nations.

(Though I dont know why Canada imports oil when its got the 4th biggest supply or something like that)
Emma Lightwell - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:45:12 EST ID:qGAVHluK No.170952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Its sand oil which cost a shit ton of water and resources to clean. So, at the end you need a second source to compasate.
Charles Turveyfield - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 12:09:56 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.170954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
At the end of the day it's more cost effective overall to sell our western oil to the USA while importing foreign oil to eastern refineries to fill the big city's demand, even if they did shut down exports someone else would buy the oil, and that'd mean they're not buying that oil from someone like the USA or Nigeria and we'll just buy it from them, we already get like 2/3s of our imports from America.

A bigger deal is this spat pretty much closes the door to Canadian investment while the Saudis try to modernize and diversify their economy and that sort of high value technology/service export is the bedrock of ours
Edwin Peffingbury - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 21:29:17 EST ID:4wRTdDzy No.170971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A group of 9/11 survivors had been lobbying Congress for a law that would lift diplomatic immunity for certain situations including terrorism. The Saudi Government had immunity and they wanted to charge them with supporting terrorism.
Congress passed it, Obama vetoed it saying it would lead other countries to change their procedures putting Americans at risk if their diplomatic immunity was lifted.
Congress overrode his veto and it passed and they filed a motion to bring the government of Saudi Arabia to trial, but they're just preparing so far.
Cedric Brecklewock - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 22:15:14 EST ID:xbWLTQO9 No.170972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I remember laughing uproariously when I read about it.

It's completely justifiable morally, but cuts right to the heart of the fact that America's relationship with Saudi Arabia is fundamentally toxic and against the stated interests and values of both countries, so it can never be allowed to get too far.

It's such a diplomatic clusterfuck and I don't blame Obama for trying to sweep it under the rug, cause I fucking would too in his position.

TSA screeners win immunity from flier abuse claims: U.S. appeals court by Wesley Brookford - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 12:36:43 EST ID:jSS5EZ4h No.170326 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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TSA screeners win immunity from flier abuse claims: U.S. appeals court

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Ian Surrywell - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 00:00:39 EST ID:qSeAcUpc No.170946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Every day the US gets worse. We pretend everything is fine, justify things, lie to ourselves, and stay silent.

Do you think things will get better on their own?

At point will you get mad? When will you resist? What will say when the economy collapses, you get sent to the concentration camps, the civil war starts, and WWIII breaks out?

Will you feel any responsibility at all?

Are you just going to take it?
Albert Clerrylon - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 01:27:44 EST ID:sRZZizAS No.170947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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yeah, everyone knows its shit, but what do you want me to do about it?
Martin Crabberstone - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:41:36 EST ID:ZqNU3ikO No.170951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Gandhi, MLK [...] the John Birch society
Holy fuck this has to be a troll.
Ian Surrywell - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 12:08:37 EST ID:qSeAcUpc No.170953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If patriots are puppets for the elites then why does the 1% love Communists and Nazis?

Wesley Cleddleridge - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 17:04:06 EST ID:Ra4xIaBC No.171227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Relying on puppets is circumstance. Oppression is statistics.

ICE snatches refugee children from parents, "loses track" of 1,500 of them by Beatrice Femmlefudge - Wed, 30 May 2018 13:50:41 EST ID:CQ3lC8Zb No.169128 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Government Lost Around 1,500 Refugee Children Who Are Now Vulnerable to Trafficking and Worse
>Remember when Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff, General John Kelly, said that the refugee children we are separating from their parents will “be taken care of — put into foster care or whatever”? This is what he meant by “or whatever.”
>A top official with the Department of Health and Human Services told members of Congress on Thursday that the agency had lost track of nearly 1,500 migrant children it placed with sponsors in the United States, raising concerns they could end up in the hands of human traffickers or be used as laborers by people posing as relatexposed
>What else is there to say anymore? ICE is conducting an ethnic cleansing campaign while we separate children from their parents and stick them on what can only be defined as concentration camps on our military bases, where we have been unable to protect these kids from sexual assault. We’re not even making a concerted effort to reunite these children with their parents after deporting them, as the Houston Chronicle exposed
>Here’s an extra gut-punch: this kind of negligence isn’t new. Trump has dramatically escalated our federal government’s attacks on the Hispanic community, but these same kinds of abuses occurred under Obama, according to the American Civil Liberties Union.
>U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents allegedly used stun guns on the minors for amusement or punishment, kicked them and threatened to either rape or kill them. The ACLU report — which is based on emails, complaint forms and investigative reports — says agents routinely kept minors in detention cells with frigid temperatures, forcing them to sleep on concrete floors.
>This is America
Pic related; it's a specially-designed bus for stealing babies.
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Oliver Nassledock - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 01:13:18 EST ID:8Ym2ION5 No.170820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nah he's right. Nobody here wants these closet homo meth head 4tards shitting up our boards. Spunky's always done a great job in that regard.
Matilda Blucklepadge - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 16:40:32 EST ID:kG9QeAAz No.170827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Spunky you’re such a reactionary faggot
Cyril Sicklewell - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 17:07:27 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.170828 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Chan's don't always have to be full to the brim with shitposts, especially shitposts by literal fascists who believe in race.
Jarvis Blythefuck - Sat, 04 Aug 2018 19:04:27 EST ID:cs064rD0 No.170832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like how you act like you're not new here. Dumb shit.
Phineas Pemmleson - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 04:50:22 EST ID:w9rUxHyC No.170837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ahhh, restart post.

It is called; ICE snatches refugee children from parents, "loses track" of 1,500 of them

Immortal Establishment Ghoul Dianne Feinstein Loses Endorsement To Left-Sing Challenger by Phyllis Dollerfield - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:12:23 EST ID:nsWDm4Hy No.170553 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Some more good news coming off Ocasio-Cortez primary upset. Eternal NSA cheerleader, Medicare-for-All opponent, establishment centrist Dianne Feinstein just lost the party endorsement to her primary challenger coming from her left:
>Longtime California Senator Dianne Feinstein lost the California Democratic Party’s endorsement in a stunning vote Saturday night at the party’s executive board meeting in Oakland. Though the vote was expected to be close, state Senator Kevin de León rather easily crossed the 60 percent threshold necessary for endorsement.
>The executive board has grown more and more progressive for a decade, since a new generation of activists secured spots in the party hierarchy. De León proved to have better relationships with party delegates than a senator who spends most of her time in Washington, and little connecting with Democratic activists back home. But the endorsement is also a resounding rejection of Feinstein’s brand of centrist politics, which simply doesn’t mesh well with the party’s most dedicated and plugged-in supporters.
>For weeks, Feinstein has urged “no endorsement” in the U.S. Senate race, in what her campaign described as a gesture to party unity. She bombarded delegates with phone calls, emails, and text messages in the days leading up to the vote. And she lined up a number of surrogates to make the same case, from former party chairs John Burton and Art Torres, to six House candidates running in swing districts across the state, to legendary United Farm Workers leader Dolores Huerta, who gave a puzzling interview to reporter Casey Tolan in which she said de León’s presence on the ballot would create “confusion within the Latino community” and even suppress the vote.
>Democrats involved in the process, meanwhile, alleged publicly that even sharper tactics were at work, claiming the Feinstein campaign offered individual delegates “party building” funds, in the form of promises to do fundraisers for county central committees and candidates, if they switched their votes to no endorsement. The Feinstein campaign firmly denied tha…
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Ernest Pinderdere - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 08:03:45 EST ID:KSM3FEaB No.170775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sweet bump.

Fuck Feinstein, fuck Cuomo, fuck Crowley, fuck Pelosi and fuck Schumer
Shitting Sidgelot - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 23:24:38 EST ID:cKj7i4Fr No.170804 Ignore Report Quick Reply

LA was crazy level shit but it did not have major outside global support, and you didn't see graffiti resonating with past uprisings like Ferguson did. It's almost like the media down plays the series of very serious occurences which involved ex veteran active shooters being killed by police drones, shootouts between the public, protestors opening fire in both Milwaukee and Ferguson. It got snuffed but don't ask yourself how 2014 led to 2018 what we have today. Think breh. In history you can view things with less bias cause there's Victors but now you have to use critical thinking to realize the present and connect historic dots as they occur.

America needed trump
John Shakecocke - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 23:36:00 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.170805 Report Quick Reply

>America needed trump

That's kind of a bold statement to make. Could you clarify that a bit?
Cyril Criddletick - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 07:29:17 EST ID:hljEeUIG No.170807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>expansion of war, and police power
>>first black president needed calm things down
>>faces major protest movement FBI easily crushes
>>second wave of protest movement more militant
>>people suddenly realize more increasingly draconian society

In Italy before Mussolini, and in Germany there were all simalir happenings. Trump started being mentioned a lot in 2014. Some liberals even say Ferguson was staged for that reason by KGB lmao. People want to find all these reasons behind what they got besides the ones proven 100%. He became the law and order candidate, calling for violence against protestors. So many short sighted people forget the attacks against peaceful people with signs as he cheered. Now there's more bodies. It's almost like the state itself knows it can't currently just execute people for their beliefs... But they sure can wage a proxy war against dissidents with millions of armed scared good ol boys to get a kickstart
Rebecca Hurringforth - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 08:41:18 EST ID:FY71ljZE No.170808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Trump may not be Hitler, however, the Clinton/Bush/Obama eras were definitely were our Wiemar republic arc.

Boris Johnson may have saved the EU by Fanny Snodgold - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 10:47:42 EST ID:QUEGfvTc No.170741 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>From the FT
In the wake of the Brexit vote, support for the EU around the continent is at its highest since 1983
It’s hard now to recall, but until quite recently many people thought Brexit would start a stampede out of the EU. After the British vote, Europhobe politicians Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders schemed to duplicate the result in France and the Netherlands. In October 2016, Britain’s Daily Express newspaper chirruped: “Europe is in trouble as across the continent countries are gearing up to hold their own referendums on membership of the superstate.”

Then Donald Trump arrived to usher Brexiters into their glorious free-trading future. Just before taking office, he assured Brexiter Michael Gove in a newspaper interview: “I’m a big fan of the UK. We’re gonna work very hard to get it [a US-UK trade deal] done quickly and done properly.” As recently as this February, Matteo Salvini, leader of Italy’s far-right League, compared the EU to “the Titanic about to sink”. When Salvini helped form a Eurosceptic government this spring, even some sensible people expected him to sink the EU ship.

But since then, the risk has all but vanished. That’s largely because we now know one thing about Brexit: it will be a failure, in the sense that it will make Britons’ lives worse. Brexit has saved the EU.

Most of the time, Brexit seems like the worst British comedy series ever: a robotic main character, sparring with a couple of stock British eccentrics; endless bureaucratic arguments; and almost no plot development. Yet this month, something finally happened: the British cabinet, gathered at prime minister Theresa May’s country house Chequers, ditched “hard Brexit”. This had been the fantasy (or “dream”, to use Boris Johnson’s word) that the UK would leave all European institutions and jet around the world signing amazing trade deals. After the cabinet’s decision, several senior Conservatives resigned. However, they don’t even have a majority within their party to revive hard Brexit, especially as their fantasy trade partner has just started an international trade war.

That leaves the UK with three options: 1. “Soft Brexit”, which means paying the EU to obey almost all its rules, accepting “the status of colony”, as Johnson says, and forgoing trade deals. 2. No-deal Brexit: crashing out of the EU, queues at the border, flights grounded, the Royal Air Force delivering food and medicines etc. 3. No Brexit.

Whichever option the UK stumbles into, the final outcome is now clear: British humiliation. Brexiters will blame it on May and the EU, while Remainers will blame Brexit, but both will agree that it’s humiliation. Given that, you really have to love 19th-century sovereignty (or regard yourself as being outside the economy, which probably means retired) to keep supporting Brexit.

Most Europeans got bored of Brexit long ago, but thanks partly to anglophone dominance of the European public sphere, they are vaguely aware that the British master-planners are in the soup. The farce travels the continent in a way it wouldn’t if it were playing in Germany, which remains a mysterious black box for most Europeans. While covering the World Cup, I even noticed Бoрис Джoнсoн (Boris Johnson) trending on Russian Twitter.
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Lillian Medgelock - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 02:30:41 EST ID:fD7QbJY8 No.170746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
quite an interesting read. hilarious how it played out. well written
Priscilla Nungerhed - Fri, 27 Jul 2018 19:05:21 EST ID:QUEGfvTc No.170753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It gets way more so.
You don't need to read the whole thing. Most of it is just documentation.

Henry Newman (Director; Open Europe https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Open_Europe) has been pleading a bit desperately lately

Looks a bit worried too.
Priscilla Fallybetch - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 12:53:20 EST ID:hDE5SaeE No.170754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This whole brexit thibghas been pretty hilarious up until now.
And the the great pax britanica falls like a sad clown
Eugene Drangerbury - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 19:25:44 EST ID:OonBiC5m No.170816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It is amazing. Almost Trumpian but more highbrow is my joke. British originals tend to be. With Trump it seems more like a magic 8-ball; with Brexit you actually have to learn shit to laugh at it.


Trump Kept Insisting on Invading Venezuela, Freaking Out Advisors and Allies by Esther Blackford - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 10:48:29 EST ID:Muzf4+pP No.170196 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>As a meeting last August in the Oval Office to discuss sanctions on Venezuela was concluding, President Donald Trump turned to his top aides and asked an unsettling question: With a fast unraveling Venezuela threatening regional security, why can't the U.S. just simply invade the troubled country?

>In an exchange that lasted around five minutes, McMaster and others took turns explaining to Trump how military action could backfire and risk losing hard-won support among Latin American governments to punish President Nicolas Maduro for taking Venezuela down the path of dictatorship, according to the official. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the discussions.

>The next day, Aug. 11, Trump alarmed friends and foes alike with talk of a "military option" to remove Maduro from power. The public remarks were initially dismissed in U.S. policy circles as the sort of martial bluster people have come to expect from the reality TV star turned commander in chief.

>But shortly afterward, he raised the issue with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, according to the U.S. official. Two high-ranking Colombian officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid antagonizing Trump confirmed the report.

>Then in September, on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly, Trump discussed it again, this time at greater length, in a private dinner with leaders from four Latin American allies that included Santos, the same three people said and Politico reported in February.

>The U.S. official said Trump was specifically briefed not to raise the issue and told it wouldn't play well, but the first thing the president said at the dinner was, "My staff told me not to say this." Trump then went around asking each leader if they were sure they didn't want a military solution, according to the official, who added that each leader told Trump in clear terms they were sure.
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Eliza Chobblestock - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 18:30:45 EST ID:+CTMmovT No.170781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The UK went to war but even most of Britain were against it. 1 million people turned up in protest of the war which considering it was just a fucking protest is ridiculous number. When it comes to a protest on a february day the turnout will be the tip of the iceberg.

That's like 4.5 million people turning up to an event in the US.

Only the US wanted it because it's the only country where more than a handful of people believed the evidence was real despite politicians of the day asserting it.
Hamilton Crombletirk - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 05:26:20 EST ID:OJIigqqp No.170786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yellow cake uranium. Sent what one FBI agent to 'investigate' this. The everybody on the right turned against the fbi agent. Eh, the reasons changed daily.

Saddam was to relinquish his leadership, or we would invade. Well we invaded anyway. We fucked up soo many peoples lives.


Rumsfeld and crew changed the story soo much, anybody with less than basic common sense
should have seen this.

BTW, the war was never paid for, "the war will pay for itself, not even by iraqi oil even as stated.
Esther Brushlock - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 15:02:00 EST ID:sClHa8sB No.170790 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I'm actually surprised Trump hasn't tried to "American-ize" a foreign food/dish like Bush did with french fries because the French didn't support him on the invasion of Iraq. Seems so childish and petty that I would be shocked if Trump doesn't put this kind of feather in his cap by the end of his term.
Alice Pesslewell - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 16:10:10 EST ID:gEcFU0yw No.170791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A couple of congressmen started that dumb shit, not Bush.
Augustus Pittgold - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 13:06:59 EST ID:418LvLrX No.170803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The boomer president.

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