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Time for revolt by Soviet Psychonaut - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 22:54:06 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.390492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What the flying fuck
Nell Turveywell - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 23:52:15 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.390501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you feel betrayed?
Graham Goodson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 01:17:32 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.390511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Welp time for WWIII. It's been real fun guys!
Soviet Psychonaut - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 04:15:15 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.390517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This was pretty much the main reason i voted for him. I mean let's see how this plays out but im pretty sure this is hotter than the cuban missilecrisis at this point.
Cornelius Brookforth - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 06:05:04 EST ID:8Jh2i/ky No.390518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
People act like there never was a hot proxy war between the US and Russia.
This isn't a big of a deal, Yugoslavia was the last big one BTW. Yeah it's a real hell for the regions where it happens but it doesn't mean anything in regards to escalation beyond that.
James Greenfuck - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 07:30:35 EST ID:U19RSd5a No.390519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was starting to think I was the only one not predicting WWIII and a mass extinction event.
Basil Peffingbutch - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 09:22:45 EST ID:U9KxPEH5 No.390523 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You voted for a self center power hungry megalomaniac and expected him NOT to go to war?

Yes, I am aware Hillary Cunton would have done the same, I don't support her soulless corporate dumb ass either.
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 13:01:36 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Did Trumpkins ACTUALLY believe Trump was some anti-war candidate?

I think I'd rather believe most Trump voters were trolls who wanted to do it for the lulz and burn it all down.

Knowing there are Trump voters out there that ACTUALLY BELIEVED one of America's most famous con-men... wew
Walter Follerfuck - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 13:32:49 EST ID:sw2bd0ny No.390548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Trump voter that wanted to watch it all burn down, here.

Convincing the rest of the voters that he was not a warhawk was a conscious effort on our part.
Polly Bongerched - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 13:34:13 EST ID:1oFKO1UL No.390549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They dont want none
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 13:42:47 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390552 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Intersting. Would you say most Trump voters are this gullible?

His decision seems to have lost him a lot of support of these people.

@Trump_Regrets has always had haters and disappointed supporters alike. But this has apparently sent many over the edge.

Even 4channels /pol/ is in mourning as Cernovich, Ingraham and Alex Jones are crying in their soup.

Trump can't win a war unless he starts a war. He nees to win a war.
David Nudgewell - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 13:59:09 EST ID:yK7ljgdH No.390555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Meanwhile, Clinton's most ardent defenders found themselves in an awkward position, defending their candidate's idea while opposing Trump's apparent implementation of it. This led to some absurd results and impressive mental gymnastics as the “Blame Bernie/Rusia/Putin/Comey” crowd sought to reconcile the two contradictory positions
>If this situation proves anything—besides the absurd hypocrisy of neoliberal Democratic partisans—it’s that Hillary Clinton did not stay in the woods long enough. Democrats are at their weakest point in generations in terms of representation at the state and national level, and in order to fix that they’re going to need to move beyond 2016 and Clintonism.
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 14:18:43 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I haven't seen any of this, except as a conjured with of Trump supporters and Alt-Right trying to alleviate their butt hurt.

Clinton supporters from what I can tell are laughing at Trump supporters meltdown more than anything else. Hillary had plans to go much further on Syria (no-fly zone, safe zones, humanitarian aid convoys) where Trump really only did it as a message since he warned them to get out before the missiles hit. It's not really a prelude, as yet, to larger operations.

Bernie supporters on the other hand are struggling...as they've found common ground with Trumpkins opposed to the bombings.

pastemagazine.com - never heard of it, fake news most likely.

Also, watching the Russian Trumpbots lose their shit last night and push that #SyriaHoax hashtag as a last ditch was entertaining as fuck to watch.
David Nudgewell - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 14:28:14 EST ID:yK7ljgdH No.390557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I haven't seen any of this, except as a conjured with of Trump supporters and Alt-Right trying to alleviate their butt hurt.
So are you implying that Trump supporters hacked all of those Twitter accounts that were directly quoted in the article, or are you trying to tell us that you don't actually look at articles before dismissing them out of hand?
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 14:48:23 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390560 Ignore Report Quick Reply

No, but those top Twitter account aren't making the claim you're saying the article is, that there's hypocrisy on the Syria strikes. People who are for the strikes are being consistent but pointing out differences in Trump & Clinton's overall approaches and strategies.

Some of them are just making the same claim the article is making.

Check the tweets under the advertisement at the bottom, they're mocking Trump and his supporters, not in an "awkward position."

The article is misleading deflective horseshit to try to spin this back at Clinton because that's how Trumpkins STILL get their jollies even though the election is completely over.

Trolling is all you guys ever have.
Thomas Wucklewill - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 15:03:29 EST ID:rSCOCuPW No.390562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Bernie supporters on the other hand are struggling...as they've found common ground with Trumpkins opposed to the bombings.
What, exactly, are Bernie supporters struggling with here?
Fanny Naffingwadge - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 15:14:37 EST ID:D3IZqUk/ No.390563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, for the most part Bernie supporters think it's a great thing if they're able to find common ground with Trumpkins. We were the ones saying all along that we need to unify the proletariat, we need to make the white working class join the progressives to do what's right and stop bickering over stupid social issues. We knew all along he had a better chance of bringing the Trumpkins to their senses and unifying them against the wealthy bastards who fuck them over every chance they get. Trumpkins finally realizing Trump will say anything at any time in the moment when he think's it's to his advantage and that he has no clear guiding principles is a great thing. They're starting to wake up.
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 15:18:20 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390565 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Military action against Syria.

Granted not all Trump supports are opposed to the strikes. It seem those most opposed are allies of Assad (Russians etc.) and the Alt-Right. But my Bernie supporter friends on social media were also all over the #SyriaHoax last night and today.
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 15:26:39 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390566 Ignore Report Quick Reply


I'm sorry but I don't see what the article is trying to claim, that there's something like hypocrisy. They're "struggling" with Trump doing something Hillary would have done, yet there's not an iota of "Struggle" in those tweets. It's projecting.

Clinton supporters were for action in Syria, but anybody who thinks Trump and Clinton's plans were the same must not know anything about either of their stances.

>Democrats are the ones who brought this comparison up, and your first reaction is to blame third-parties for bringing this comparison up.

Oh so the article wasn't written by a third party? I suppose it wrote itself.

>You guys have completely lost the ability to take responsibility for your own actions.

What are you talking about? This is rich coming from the knee-jerk BUH HILLARY crowd.

>the most profound thing

Still better than anything you've ever "said" here.

I'm sorry I never heard of pastemagazine.com. I'm not one to just spam articles that back my worldview without comment. I'll go click around and see what's there.
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 15:31:21 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390567 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I checked more articles by the guy who wrote that one:

Walker Bragman - https://www.pastemagazine.com/writers?name=walker+bragman

And his Twitter - https://twitter.com/WalkerBragman

100% Bernie Bro with the sniffles confirmed.

No bump.
Thomas Wucklewill - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 15:57:09 EST ID:rSCOCuPW No.390571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I still don't get what you're saying... That Bernie supporters are struggling with the fact that they might agree with Trump supporters about this? You're way too late on that. They both agreed that the TPP was a bad deal, for starters. It's not a struggle when you find common ground with someone you didn't expect to. It's only a struggle when you'd rather put partisanship ahead of doing what's best for America.
Basil Greenson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 16:11:15 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390574 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Oh I see. So Bernie supporters are diverse and ranging on their opinions, but 12 tweets posted by a Bernie supporting progressive "journalist" somehow are representative of all Clinton supporters struggling. Seems legit...

Here's his next article:

> Bernie's Internet Die-Hards Don't Struggle with the Idea That They Stand With the Alt-Right On Trump's Syria Plan - They Just didn't Expect too.

Oliver Charringfot - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 16:51:15 EST ID:f7e5i0D0 No.390576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol Trump be all like
>I'll give you something to really complain about, you fucking millennials
Graham Goodson - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 16:53:49 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.390577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yugoslavia was not a proxy of Russia. You can't pretend like this is just business as usual. This is the first time US service members have directly attacked a client of Russia since the end of Vietnam, in the middle of the cold war. This is a game changer.

Did you notice how you're all arguing about something that happened last year, concerning a person who is not now nor will ever be the President. Do you guys not get how irrelevant what Clinton or Bernie supporters are saying about what Bernie or Clinton would do is right now? The campaign is over. Stop drinking the kool-aids and deal with what is actually happening right now in reality.
Emma Cranningmit - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 21:08:46 EST ID:Nla6yjir No.390592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>a client of Russia

The one that commanded a sarin attack on innocent people? Yes, that one.
Augustus Dibberkid - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 12:53:13 EST ID:pWU5B7Y6 No.390619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Can we impeach chumpf now?
Soviet Psychonaut - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 13:05:56 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.390620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eugene Donningfuck - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 14:46:06 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.390625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well, when you warn them about it ahead of time, and the damage is all repaired within 24hrs....it really seems a bit of nothing.
Soviet Psychonaut - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 15:07:56 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.390626 Ignore Report Quick Reply

That all depends on if the masses keep detailed tidbits like that in mind. As it stands, its just information overload the way its going:

Beatrice Gundlestadge - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 15:48:00 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.390627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'll quote myself from the other thread to answer your question:
>>the scenario where Trump is to some extent a puppet of Russia and also where he takes provocative action against Russia aren't mutually exclusive. If I were a KGB strategic planner, I would think I would have a very low likelihood of installing or pushing into power a US president who is completely obedient to Moscow. But I would think it would be much easier to find someone who is naive or inexperienced enough to be manipulated and goaded into confronting Russia on the exact terms that are favorable to Russia, and by careful psychological misdirection actually achieve my long term goals.
Rebecca Nevingshaw - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 18:54:24 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sanctions will do jack shit while Russia is providing support. Trump needs to make his strategy clear since now it is fairly clear that the attacks could not have been orchestrated by anyone but the Syrian Army and Russian forces. Right now, we're just sitting around tense wondering what the next move will be. If all it is turns out to be sanctions, I'm sure Putin and Assad will just shrug and keep on going business as usual.

I think the bizarre "race war" between the "original" Syrian people and the Sunni Arab majority is what is at the heart of this and what needs to be brought to a peaceful conclusion somehow, as improbable and bleak achieving that outcome seems.
Nathaniel Hirringcheck - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 19:17:32 EST ID:MqC/+Wc8 No.390665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>since now it is fairly clear
please, do tell
Walter Dozzlesere - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 20:36:26 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.390667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>never heard of it, fake news most likely.
Oh, wow, you really are just like a Trumpkin nb
Simon Wickleben - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 23:17:52 EST ID:nMDrW1Dn No.390674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So you really think Assad launched the gas attacks to get the US back into the conflict just in order to continue to be supported by the Russians? Like the minute the camera leaves, Russia just says, "You're on your own"

I don't get it, why would russia support a 3rd world nation using chemical weapons? Doesn't it already have domestic security issues as it is?
Alice Billysudge - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 23:20:41 EST ID:rbeVvtfv No.390675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
HAH! cause they are using the media the same way! Every time Putin has domestic issues, he turns the camera on Syria, to prevent removing him from office!
Alice Billysudge - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 23:23:14 EST ID:rbeVvtfv No.390676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Who the hell knows WHAT the hell is happenning in syria? All the media is being used to promote psychological warfare! Even the fucking newspapers and radio broadcasts locally sourced are subject to censership, ideologuagery and other nitpicks.

For all we know, BOTH sides could be using chemical weapons...
Alice Billysudge - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 23:31:28 EST ID:rbeVvtfv No.390679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Graham Snoddock - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 23:34:54 EST ID:Hqh3PAGt No.390680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The theories keep getting danker. I like it. I feel we have now transcended even Alex Jones, and in a good way...
Angus Blatherdale - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 01:10:15 EST ID:Nla6yjir No.390687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is the best explanation so far...

Soviet, what say you?
Soviet Psychonaut - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 09:49:04 EST ID:tnyDUNWj No.390692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm still on the fence about it all. Nukes haven't been flying yet and there's allegations that the Russians were given a heads up. In any scenario that I could conjure that this turns out to be some HURR 1488 seppuko, then the Syria attacks are in and of themselves a distraction from the Russiaties bullshit narrative. At the most neutral, its a global and domestic power play. If trump had called this a false flag, like in 2013, the media backlash would be even more ridiculous than what was going on before the Syria incident.

Idk, I've been hanging out in brooklyn the last few days and the fact that the eastern seaboard isn't radioactive glass makes me at least hopeful that there's more to this than anyone besides the power players involved are aware of.

If trump wwnt full zionist cocksucker then it means its time to blanda up with you keft of center faggots and take back the nation. I'd rather this not be the case for humanity's sake, as it'd probably entail global collapse when all is said and done
Hedda Chezzleway - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 10:49:40 EST ID:Y2X27ghh No.390693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So much for all that "resist" bullshit. So much for being skeptical of everything the White House says and does. So much for all that hand-wringing about "recklessness". When it comes to unleashing the US war machine, all suspicions, morals and partisan bickering immediately give way to uncritical praise. Say or do whatever you want, insult whoever you want, as soon as you remember to start dropping bombs on people all of your "enemies" will immediately deem you presidential and serious. All other concerns take a back seat to satisfying America's constant bloodlust.

For all the bitching that the MSM has done over the months, they have revealed that centrists are really after one thing and one thing only: endless war.
Soviet Psychonaut - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 11:47:49 EST ID:tnyDUNWj No.390694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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But what outcone was achieved with the strike?

Nothing makes sense. Even if the chemical attack was 1000% real, the retaliation was "seemingly" ineffective. It almost seems like the entire reaction from Trump was to throw anyone paying attention, domestically or internationally, loyalist or enemy,off from his next moves. I'm not entirely convinced of him going full neocon because the peculiarities (forwarning the enemy, low casualty count, and in the grand scheme of it all bombing an airport with several dozen worth of military gear allowing it to be functional next day is odd to say the least) are just adding to the clout. I'll be completely okay if this turns out to be some elaborate scheme to take control of the situation in order to sort out the problems in an appropriate manner. That or the right wing zealots have been duped and the reason I started this thread was to posit the next step if tge doom and gloom is true. And I reckon the people who hate people like myself would rather this not be the case because the status quo is some Orwellian parody with Huxley-esque seasoning to lighten up the mood.
Ian Clebberfuck - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 12:01:41 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.390695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's called waging the dog.
Soviet Psychonaut - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 12:31:08 EST ID:tnyDUNWj No.390696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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But then i posit furthermore, why wag the dog with Trunp and a voterbase who is largely okay with violent rebellion if need be if you could have done tge same and more neocon posturing with Jeb Bush? Again, I'm not sure you can call the Syriastrikes a neocon move because the details disintegrate that idea.

A lot of trump suppirters saw trump as the last peaceful alternative to systemic change. Do you comprehend that? For all the LARPing about revolution, it's never the go to nor desirable turn of events but that's what will happen if you anti-Trumpsters get proven right about him being a mere puppet. That's what I fear, for if you naysayers are right then the country will be shaken to its bloody bone core. Again, do you understand the ramifications if it really is the worst we can possibly conjure up in our minds?
Isabella Chogglebodge - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 13:07:40 EST ID:Lq3hpQRC No.390697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Imo Anybody voting trump for his "revolutionary" qualities has ulterior motives (Bernie sanders, Ron Paul even tried to help you). And has already been proven wrong. Check out his cabinet of old white men draining the proverbial swamp. This is your fault, basically, for being an idiot. Nigga I been ready to die
Soviet Psychonaut - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 13:52:20 EST ID:tnyDUNWj No.390698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Why beat around the bush if you hokd the highest office of, arguably, the globe?
Alice Furringmere - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 14:03:14 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching the SHOWTIME series "The Circus" last night and at the end they sit down with Roger Stone. He basically says right at the end that the missile strikes are a desperate attempt at a Poll bump for Trump.

The media bought into it and are having a circlejerk. And even though 51% of Americans also agreed with the strikes, most admitted it won't change a thing about Syria.

Also, Hillary said she'd would do the same thing like 5 hours before at some summit.

The backlash from Trump "supporters" was fascinating all weekend. The antisemitism, the denial, the level of grief. Amazing.

So funny Trump Supporters thought he'd be some anti-war candidate. Bigger rubes than any of us believed.
Doris Chunnerville - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 16:23:35 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.390700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The degree to which Americans of all types have just dutifully subscribed to the rush to war literally blows my mind. With Iraq, you at least can understand why people were so quick to believe. The post-9/11 national fervor was a pretty potent cocktail. But here we have a guy who is literally the most unpopular president ever, and everyone is just lapping it up. Why is the anti-war left so obedient to the corporatist left? Why is the isolationist right so obedient to the interventionist right?

It's truly disgusting. The American war machine/global interventionist nightmare must come to a stop.

And here again I'll extend an olive branch. The exciting thing for me about the rise of Trump (despite my general horror, because I was never remotely convinced of the illusion) was the degree to which some of his supporters were willing to question and challenge the international status quo. That's a good sentiment -- it needs to be changed -- but you guys got co-opted by a monster.

I would whole-heartedly endorse a new, populist, non-interventionist, and anti-establishment-politics political coalition, which, as disturbing as it is to say, would be a coalition of brocialist Berniecrats and anti-establishment alt-righters. Either these two groups continue to be duped into voting along 'party lines' and the establishment neo-cons/neo-libs (they function identically in this scenario) continue to control things, or these groups band together to become a significant voting block and push the establishment out of power.

The question is, now that the seeds of hate have been sown between revolutionary movements by the powers that be if people will be mature enough to put aside hate and be willing to work together, or would rather go down with the ship.
Fucking Barrybadging - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 17:39:07 EST ID:T43ZgZvA No.390708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why is everyone so whiny about Syria getting bombed? In case you haven't noticed you are already bombing lots of places. How is this limited strike on a military facility worse than enabling (at the very least) war crimes in Yemen?
Augustus Ponnerhall - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 21:26:11 EST ID:Nla6yjir No.390715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's somehow different because Trump is president. If Obama were still in office nobody would so much as bat a fucking eye.
Samuel Blibbersit - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 21:38:07 EST ID:rkq3K5o4 No.390716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nail on the head considering regular US drone bombings in Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Somalia, and past bombings in Syria, Libya, and Iraq. Also the eerie Joint Priorities Effects List, which is pretty much an assassination list that includes targets outside of combat zones and non-terrorist targets such as illegal drug growers.

Maybe there's more outcry over the recent Syria missile strike because its an escalation and because its under the Trump administration. Many who were outspoken about the same or similar under Bush, were silent under Obama. Not to imply that all were silent, as alot of people continued to rock the boat, just the outcry was a whisper in contrast to the initial anti-Iraq-war protests in 2003, which *ahem* was one of the largest protests in history (>>390700).

I do like how you, Doris, frame it with "Why is the anti-war left so obedient to the corporatist left? Why is the isolationist right so obedient to the interventionist right?" I think the answer is they're not obedient, their power is small. (But the small pieces sure do add up!) The general populace's influence over government is insignificant and over corporations even less. So that's why people opposing the (competing) power elite's policies often can't stop them, except for those rare moments of critical mass.
Isabella Hosslewerk - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 01:17:37 EST ID:sMjBd+5i No.390721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>when you preform Olympic Gold Medal-tier mental gymnastics to explain this away because admitting that your a political noob and a chump who got conned puts too much strain on your fragile ego
Charles Greenshit - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 13:06:37 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Why is everyone so whiny about Syria getting bombed?

Apparently among the many delusions people who supported Donald fucking Trump for President was the idea he was a peace loving "America First" candidate.

The "whining" is coming straight from the fever swamp /tinfoil crew. They hate Jews even more than we thought.
Hamilton Dartshaw - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 13:27:50 EST ID:cTFCS/6T No.390732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>They hate Jews even more than we thought.
Lol at this random ass non-sequitor. So now not wanting to bomb Syria constitutes antisemitism?
Charles Greenshit - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 15:08:33 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390735 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>So now not wanting to bomb Syria constitutes antisemitism?

I specifically said the whining from the fever swamps.

If you watched twitter the hastags #fireKushner and #SyriaFake etc. they weren't hiding their anti-semtism. Ever been to 4channel /pol/? Most of the Trumptards are turning on Trump because he's a "tool of Israel."

They see Assad as a good guy, because to them he's protecting Christians and fighting ISIS.

Democrats and liberals were also jumping on the #firekushner hashtag, but go check it. It's rife.
Doris Bloblingfoot - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 15:12:46 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.390737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Trump voters are upset because one of the biggest reasons Republicans voted Trump was because he promised them he would stop bombing Syria and start working out things between us, Syria and Russia and Iran, while Crooked Hillary Clinton promised to shoot down Russian jets that fly over Syria. Everyone wanted to avoid a war, especially a World War, yet here it comes, against all of our wishes. And it's excuse for happening is 'think of the dead children in the sarin gas video!' like that fucking excuses attacking a country.
Henry Gangerham - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 15:48:56 EST ID:V72b4f8a No.390738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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it's like we just hopped time lines again. it's pretty telling when madcow madow now hails trump as a man for bombing syria.


This. however it's starting to look like the bombing and the cooperation between russia and the US for that op cemented the relations between US and RUS at the expense of making it seem like the globalists got what they wanted, but they didn't.

As for world war. History may very well view the first golf war as the start of WW3, at least the US has been involved in war since then in the middle east.

It's for sure worrying. However Obamas pussy footing around all the other countries caused them to disrespect the US even harder than before. Some times you gotta beat the shit out of some one a little bit to get some respect. I mean who wants to catch a couple hundred misiles to the face? No one. And that's what will happen if you piss off trump apparently. To say no one wants war any more is useless, who would? But this is the world right now.
Charles Greenshit - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 17:14:59 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.390743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>madcow madow now hails trump as a man for bombing syria.

I'd be surprised if this is true.

>This. however it's starting to look like the bombing and the cooperation between russia and the US for that op cemented the relations between US and RUS

Where the fuck do you get your news? Putin won't even meet with the US Secretary of State now. Russia has said our relationship is at a new low.

> However Obamas pussy footing around all the other countries caused them to disrespect the US even harder than before

Trump said Assad was fine, so Assad saw that as a green light to gas his own people again.

Trump sees pictures on TV and changes does a complete 180.

Launches an expensive and ultimately tactical and strategic failure of an attack.

Syria uses the same airfield the next day to bomb more civilians.

He's going to learn real fast why Obama didn't want anything to do with Syria. And I don't know if you've seen the numbers, but most countries think America is a huge joke because of Trump. They actually respected Obama, though that is probably difficult for you to even grasp.
Thomas Bardgold - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 18:11:12 EST ID:EwpW+fQ3 No.390746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've been on the future's /pol/ recently. They're practically crying now, and there's more argument between mainstream old wing anti-russia republicans and the alt-right than there has ever been before. Trump finally did it. We might be able to push for an impeachment if we're lucky, at least Pence wouldn't make another stupid move in Syria.
Ernest Surringsot - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 10:37:49 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.390771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Impeachment because I dislike what they're doing
You sound like a Republitard under Obama.
Our presidents get away with a hell of a lot before impeachment is even discussed, and Obama did a lot worse things than what we're seeing Trump doing.
Basil Sebberwin - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 11:24:55 EST ID:uW9KWJtY No.390774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
An impeachable offense is defined as "treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors". Several commentators have suggested that Congress alone may decide for itself what constitutes a "high crime or misdemeanor".

So, knowing that congress won't go out of their way to impeach a guy on their team (like they did to Clinton), what has Trump done that's an impeachable offense? What provable treason or bribery is there and how did the Syria bombings bring them to light?

>Obama did a lot worse things than what we're seeing Trump doing
Like what? And what did Obama do that was impeachable?
Phoebe Hunningwater - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 11:34:00 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Trump is just a fucking idiot who is winging it. I think by symbolically attacking Syria/Russia, he distances himself from Russia and therefore his passive support for money-laundering activities for the Russian mafia in his hotels seems less important and likely. What's worse is he doesn't even address that he changed his mind, he just acts as if whatever current policy he's pushing has always been his policy.

I hope Trump is impeached, but I don't think it will be because people in his cabinet was accepting payments/favors from Russia or conferring with them behind closed doors. I hope his old-school mob ties and Russian mob ties are exposed, because I and many others suspect he's behind a huge money laundering network.

Anyway, what's scary is, because he's so indecisive about foreign policy, he might actually drag us into a serious conflict by making a symbolic gesture. His ineptitude could be fatal to millions of Americans and Koreans and Syrians and others.
Phoebe Hunningwater - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 11:35:29 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Phoebe Hunningwater - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 11:39:47 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Graham Honningwell - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:08:52 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.390781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why do people believe Assad was behind the gas attack? He was winning the war and regaining control of the country; it makes very little sense for him to do something that would bring the hammer down on him. Lord knows the US government has a long history of lying to its own citizens and the world and outright fabricating reasons to go to war.
Phoebe Hunningwater - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:18:49 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Officials said their case against the Syrian government included signals and aerial
>intelligence — combined with local reporting and samples taken from victims of
>the attack — that showed a Russian-made, Syrian-piloted SU-22 aircraft dropped
>at least one munition carrying the nerve agent sarin.

Sure, if you say it's fabricated by the US government, you can deny it, but the USA has little to gain from a Syrian conflict than most of the other ME excursions and a lot at stake diplomatically, too. I think he probably did it, he's a racial supremacist who hads those dirty brown sunnis. Does that mean we should invade? That's a more complicated question.


Phoebe Hunningwater - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:19:18 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
*hads=hates nb
Wesley Bardway - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:35:57 EST ID:jLZoI5pz No.390784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>the USA has little to gain from a Syrian conflict
The USA has a pipeline to gain. So quite the opposite, actually.
Phoebe Hunningwater - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:37:31 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Russia's pipeline. We have little to gain from war with Russia. It would be cost-ineffective to fuck with Russia for a pipeline into Turkey.
Wesley Bardway - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 12:56:08 EST ID:jLZoI5pz No.390786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>It would be cost-ineffective to fuck with Russia for a pipeline into Turkey.
Are you implying that the US doesn't have a record of cost-ineffectve military and foreign policy decisions?
Phoebe Hunningwater - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 13:03:17 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The consequences of a conflict with Russia are on a scale so big it eclipses any other of the interventionist US policies since 1945. All other conflicts would seem like inexpensive excursions compared to a war with Russia.
Wesley Bardway - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 13:34:48 EST ID:jLZoI5pz No.390794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And yet that didn't stop the US from playing chicken with Ukraine and NATO. The US makes stupid, counterproductive military decisions all the time. You grossly underestimate the capabilities of your adversaries all the time. But this time we're supposed to believe it's different, just because?

If you want us the believe that US foreign policy has all of a sudden governed by rational sober decision-making after decades of the opposite, you're going to need to provide more evidence than none at all.
Graham Honningwell - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 13:37:07 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.390795 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>the USA has little to gain from a Syrian conflict

They've been wanting to get rid of him forever.

Here's a video from CNN from 2005 where the reporter talks about the desire for regime change with Assad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPSmchJljmo

Wikileaks email from Killary (from 2012, not 2001 as it says): https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/18328#efmADMAFf

>The best way to help Israel deal with Iran's growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.

>Back to Syria. It is the strategic relationship between Iran and the regime of Bashar Assad in Syria that makes it possible for Iran to undermine Israel's security — not through a direct attack, which in the thirty years of hostility between Iran and Israel has never occurred, but through its proxies in Lebanon, like Hezbollah, that are sustained, armed and trained by Iran via Syria. The end of the Assad regime would end this dangerous alliance. Israel's leadership understands well why defeating Assad is now in its interests.

>Speaking on CNN's Amanpour show last week, Defense Minister Ehud Barak argued that "the toppling down of Assad will be a major blow to the radical axis, major blow to Iran.... It's the only kind of outpost of the Iranian influence in the Arab world...and it will weaken dramatically both Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Gaza."

>Bringing down Assad would not only be a massive boon to Israel's security, it would also ease Israel's understandable fear of losing its nuclear monopoly. Then, Israel and the United States might be able to develop a common view of when the Iranian program is so dangerous that military action could be warranted. Right now, it is the combination of Iran's strategic alliance with Syria and the steady progress in Iran's nuclear enrichment program that has led Israeli leaders to contemplate a surprise attack — if necessary over the objections of Washington. With Assad gone, and Iran no longer able to threaten Israel through its, proxies, it is possible that the United States and Israel can agree on red lines for when Iran's program has crossed an unacceptable threshold. In short, the White House can ease the tension that has developed with Israel over Iran by doing the right thing in Syria.

Unrelated but morbidly funny "the Libyan operation had no long-lasting consequences for the region." (LOL)

>Arming the Syrian rebels and using western air power to ground Syrian helicopters and airplanes is a low-cost high payoff approach. As long as Washington's political leaders stay firm that no U.S. ground troops will be deployed, as they did in both Kosovo and Libya, the costs to the United States will be limited. Victory may not come quickly or easily, but it will come. And the payoff will be substantial. Iran would be strategically isolated, unable to exert its influence in the Middle East. The resulting regime in Syria will see the United States as a friend, not an enemy. Washington would gain substantial recognition as fighting for the people in the Arab world, not the corrupt regimes. For Israel, the rationale for a bolt from the blue attack on Iran's nuclear facilities would be eased.

>And a new Syrian regime might well be open to early action on the frozen peace talks with Israel. Hezbollah in Lebanon would be cut off from its Iranian sponsor since Syria would no longer be a transit point for Iranian training, assistance and missiles. All these strategic benefits and the prospect of saving thousands of civilians from murder at the hands of the Assad regime (10,000 have already been killed in this first year of civil war). With the veil of fear lifted from the Syrian people, they seem determine to fight for their freedom. America can and should help them — and by doing so help Israel and help reduce the risk of a wider war.

Seems the US has planned for quite a while to overthrow Assad, partly for the sake of supporting Israel (and their nuclear monopoly) and opposing Iran. Don't really see how the American people benefit from this arrangement, but that's nothing unusual. Looks like we might get war with Iran too! They've been chomping at the bit for that one for a good while.

Here's an article from three years ago, back during Obama's eye-roll inspiring "red line" nonsense: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/08/syria-chemical-weapons-not-assad-bild

>The intelligence findings were based on phone calls intercepted by a German surveillance ship operated by the BND, the German intelligence service, and deployed off the Syrian coast, Bild am Sonntag said. The intercepted communications suggested Assad, who is accused of war crimes by the west, including foreign secretary William Hague, was not himself involved in last month's attack or in other instances when government forces have allegedly used chemical weapons.

Whoops, he didn't actually do it then either, even though they lied (again...) and said he did. In fact, he was explicitly opposed to that sort of action.

You may also recall from back then that Obama sought authorization from Congress to attack Syria, and didn't get it (and then proceeded to bomb Syria so much they almost ran out of bombs anyway, lol) They didn't even ask this time, just started illegally bombing things in total disregard of national and international law (again...).

And just as a bonus, here's a very revealing video from 1991 from General Wesley Clark that goes a long way in explaining the fucking mess in the Middle East: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7NsXFnzJGw&feature=youtu.be
Graham Honningwell - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 13:43:16 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.390798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's also the fact that in 2014 Assad complied with the UN and got rid of his chemical weapons, but some (like unbiased Israel) claim that he still had some left over.
Ernest Surringsot - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 14:09:36 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.390802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
None of this bullshit adds up.
Assad, with the help of Russia and the UN, got rid of his entire chemical weapons stockpile.
However, some sources claim that he didn't give them ALL up.
Assad has been firing truck-mounted BM-14 missiles into East Damascus for a while now.
However, very suddenly, the US government is claiming, without any doubt, based on speculation alone, that Assad decided to fire a chemical warhead suddenly instead of a regular warhead.
We know for a fact that rebels and terrorists alike have had access to and have used chemical weapons in Syria. They controlled Alleppo for some time, and Alleppo was one of the biggest manufacturing sectors of chemical weaponry in Syria.
However, the US media claims that ISIS (mind you they don't mention rebels) has no chemical weapons of any sort.
Even in the case of this chemical weapon nonsense, the US government claims they know for a fact that it was a warhead dropped by a plane, and the US government also claims that ISIS (mind you, they don't say rebels) has no access to planes.
However, according to people who actually investigated the Damascus incident of last week, the warheads were definitely BM-14's, which again, are fired from a truck, and are owned by both Assad's army and Rebels alike.
Assad has announced that what REALLY happened was that one of their BM-14's struck a payload of rebel chemical weaponry.
Not to mention the fact that Middle Eastern newspapers have quite a different story about what happened in Damascus than American newspapers.

You know, Trump had Saudi Arabia over a barrel when he was running his campaign; they sent tens of millions to Hillary's campaign. Now, all of a sudden, Trump has a meeting with the King like almost 2 weeks ago, they suddenly agree on anti-terror plans as well as economic plans that benefit them both, and now suddenly Trump is backing Saudi Arabia's side of the Syrian civil war, the Rebels and Terrorists.
And then Trump drops a bunch of propaganda on us, stupid videos of children dying from nerve agents. They use the death of these children as an excuse to fire missiles into Syria, like that's an acceptable excuse to anyone who isn't some fucking bleeding heart republitard/libtard.
Every Republican I encounter that agrees with the bombing of Syria suddenly says, 'Why don't you care about the dead children!? These men have to pay!'

In my opinion, Trump is a fucking sell-out, sold himself out to Saudi Arabia after getting them over a barrel and letting them know that he has full control over who wins in Syria.
Eliza Bloffingstut - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 16:22:53 EST ID:kMHRWa3R No.390809 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Assad, with the help of Russia and the UN, got rid of his entire chemical weapons stockpile.

Sarin is easy to make if you got chemists at hand.

Syria used to be one of the beacons of education in the ME.

>Assad has announced that what REALLY happened was that one of their BM-14's struck a payload of rebel chemical weaponry.

Unlikely as the flashpoint of sarin is ~90 degrees. It degrades quickly as well. Bombing of gas storages is usually recognized as 'safe'. From the death toll it seems it's a result of a willed action and not a result of localized damage to the gas canisters.

There's also visual proof of the base bombed by the US having gas canisters btw.
Molly Ducklock - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 16:33:59 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.390811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>There's also visual proof of the base bombed by the US having gas canisters btw.

Rusted cannisters, left out in the open.
Eliza Bloffingstut - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 18:35:01 EST ID:kMHRWa3R No.390812 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Nell Summerdug - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 19:36:18 EST ID:MBZ+rwoO No.390813 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Left out in the open after use, not to mention the containers are generally old and have signs of rust and wear on the outsides. We went over this in other threads.

Someone dug up a photo from another location, or a separate but similar looking pile of canisters that bear the designation of a completely different material, but there are problems with this attempt to misinform. The photos were taken in different places and one of the sets of canisters is shown with puncture marks consistent with having been used to dispense chemical weapons into munitions such as bombs or shells.
Cedric Bavingstet - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 20:29:17 EST ID:Tcte88KQ No.390814 Ignore Report Quick Reply
holy fuck you're an idiot. you can convince yourself out of cardboard box, but not a straight jacket which is what you should be in

ignoring occums razor only applies when their isn't tons of information that proves the rule
Henry Banningbanks - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 21:40:32 EST ID:IvmewX+y No.390816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Well Middle East is Middle East am I right?
Nell Dunkinwater - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 09:53:38 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.390830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>holy fuck you're an idiot. you can convince yourself out of cardboard box, but not a straight jacket which is what you should be in.
Lol big words, little man. Big words. Maybe you should back those big words up with some big sources, my man. Or, have you done no actual research on the subject, unlike my educated self?

I've read about the subject on IRNI, I've read about it on MEMRI, MEHR, BBC, Al Jazeera, CNN, FOX, New York Times, Wallstreet Journal.

Some of us actually care to investigate the facts instead of just assuming what we hear on a singular news outlet is true.
Or, did you not know that right now the entire world is debating about whether or not the USA's claim that Assad gassed his own people AGAIN is true or false?
Augustus Ninnerville - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 10:28:04 EST ID:nSpV6TpJ No.390831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
But he loved Assad during the debates.
Nell Dunkinwater - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 10:32:21 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.390832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He loved backing Assad when it was convenient, when it won him a lot of Republican votes.
Yet a week after he comes to an agreement with Saudi Arabia, a country he swore he'd be hard on, he suddenly does a 180 about Assad and Russia entirely.
He's a fucking traitor.
Augustus Ninnerville - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 10:35:00 EST ID:nSpV6TpJ No.390834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know if he's a traitor, he's just doing exactly what every left leaning individual said he was going to do after the election. When over half the country is telling you this guy is a con I think you lose the right to be surprised.
Nell Dunkinwater - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 10:59:28 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.390835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>he's just doing exactly what ever left leaning individual said he was going to do.
No, he's not. Just like every other president I've lived through, he's just a fucking liar. As if Hillary or Bernie weren't liars, too. The difference is Hillary promised us a war with Russia, and Trump promised us the opposite, and more people wanted peace than war, yet here we are pursuing war.
Ebenezer Blackforth - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 11:56:48 EST ID:vCCS1XNB No.390838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's not a traitor, he's just weak-willed, ignorant and easily manipulable. During the election people who knew him described him as the sort of person who just reflexively agrees with what the last person on the room says, and based on his time in office so far that seems like an accurate description. Since he filled his cabinet and surrounded himself with establishment neocons and warmongers, he's being fed the usual neocon narrative and neocon strategies. It's just that he's too dumb and insecure to know when he's being manipulated and how.

The ultimate problem here is that so much of this country can't tell the difference between actual conviction and blustery grandstanding. What seemed obvious to some as signs of insecurity and weakness, his supporters saw as strength of will. This makes sense considering his biggest fans; teenagers and racists and rednecks and the alt-right are so mired in their own ignorance and insecurity that they can't recognize it in others, and saw in him validation of their own weaknesses. In his tendency to let his insecurities and prejudices allow to him to fall for increasingly ridiculous ideas and obvious scams, they saw themselves. And since they reject the idea that they could be manipulated into acting against their own interests, they refused to consider how easily he could be tricked. Narcissism has a hard time recognizing narcissism. His flaw is the same flaw that led so many people to vote for him in the first place.

Trump's betrayal should be a wake-up call to those who supported him, to examine the flaws that he exposes in themselves. They won't, for precisely the same reasons that he appealed to them in the first place. Ignorance and insecurity resist self-reflexion at the same time that they invite manipulation.
Reuben Turveybury - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 12:02:45 EST ID:LhdsjLs7 No.390839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I must of missed Hillary saying "I promise war with Russia" but I didn't miss a bunch of retards like yourself betting on a man born into money to change the status quo.
Phoebe Sittingpatch - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 15:02:54 EST ID:FqtcG9EC No.390840 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The american political climate is dominated by neoliberals, wether it's democrats or republicans. The republicans call themselves conservative but they have done nothing but feed the monolithic, global, neolib establishment.
Phoebe Sittingpatch - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 15:04:48 EST ID:FqtcG9EC No.390841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Just like every other president I've lived through, he's just a fucking liar
I remember you giving Trump a rimjob with all your ethnonationalist bullshit. Awww, your champion is just another cunt :(
Polly Gegglestone - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 15:24:49 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.390842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does that dude have a Three Wolf Moon tattoo?
Hamilton Blubberlock - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 18:02:06 EST ID:sMjBd+5i No.390847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hahahaha your tears are delicious you little fucking retard
maybe you'll get a better grasp on politics once you finish high school.
>No, he's not
Yes, he is. It's kinda strange that you deny this and then admit it's true in the same post.
Simon Blackstock - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 15:46:39 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.390865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Narcissism has a hard time recognizing narcissism.
That is basically the long and short of how Trump managed to win.
Cornelius Gobblebane - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 01:26:59 EST ID:Gt4IGlQH No.390893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>hahahaha your tears are delicious you little fucking retard

Dear god I know. I'm bathing in the tears of the aspies who bought don the con's lies and are eating their own shit. Pretty soon they will be drafted to their death and it will be that much better.

Time to make Darwinism happen!!!
Lillian Wuttingbet - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 00:13:40 EST ID:WMACtiFP No.391036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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least you got dem libruhl tears doe rait?
Ernest Wevinghood - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 11:40:51 EST ID:Vwoc9qnJ No.391048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ian Crezzlemore - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 16:15:36 EST ID:NGFmh1BL No.391059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
stop bastardizing pepe, when pepe gets sad he turns into feel guy, everyone knows that.
Clara Chissleville - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 16:18:25 EST ID:2TsqwCsl No.391060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nah, sad pepe is def its own thing, separate from wojack.
Ernest Fanspear - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 16:59:11 EST ID:HZmApooN No.391061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I honestly cannot tell if that image was made to make fun of right or the left. I mean sure it has Trump as Putin's lapdog but I feel like the MLP mention is a sort of "this is what our enemies would think of us" thing that is made to trick people that such an image is on their side. The creator behind this image maybe someone who is not confined to the boundaries of the limited nature of American political discourse and someone who has truly mastered the art of shitposting beyond shilling for one side or the other, and for that I salute them.
Shitting Bronderfield - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 19:07:06 EST ID:0B9qh6RW No.391063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>391059 >>391060
He's been dead for years.
Pepe was from 420chan saying "feels good man" for years before assholes from the future bastardized him by associating him with "feels" bullshit, behaving like a cretin, behaving like a nazi, and whatever other meanings are convenient to that sort.

You really can't further bastardize a frog that was feeling good (or sometimes bad) and is now some kind of nazi that shits everywhere.
Soviet Psychonaut - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 21:46:05 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.391064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is this the rare peepee thread?
Barnaby Mabblework - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 23:35:39 EST ID:Z7Na6ELH No.391067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, 4chin is two sites down.
Soviet Psychonaut - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 23:47:40 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.391068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Haven't been there in a minute

Oh, well it's my thread so, joke's on you
Nell Mackledit - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 14:41:07 EST ID:wPIzNzTk No.391086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Holocaust deniers are some of the dumbest motherfuckeres on the planet
Hannah Hacklehall - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 21:56:22 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.391133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's unnecessary moves like this that make people dismiss you as a racist, SP, not some leftist pavlovian conspiracy. nb
James Hibberford - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 09:36:36 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.391181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sweet FUDD there.
Nell Pittcocke - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 23:26:36 EST ID:rSCOCuPW No.391277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
how many bullshit posts does SP have to make, and have deleted, before he gets banned himself?
Reuben Haggleden - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 23:33:39 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.391278 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I'm getting deja vu
Phyllis Crindernune - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 03:53:33 EST ID:sMjBd+5i No.391294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jesus fuckin Christ...
Reuben Haggleden - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 04:05:34 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.391296 Ignore Report Quick Reply

lmao. What a fucking clown
Ernest Blatherlock - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 08:33:03 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.391309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd say Bang up job America, but only 23% of the population voted for the retard.
Shitting Heblingfork - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 14:46:57 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391328 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Everybody needs to watch the AP interview from Friday. Trump is a rambling moron, and ADMITS it.

He had one moment where he says he watches CNN, then says he doesn't. The reporter calls him on it and he doesn't remember:

>Trump: O.K. The one thing I've learned to do that I never thought I had the ability to do. I don't watch CNN anymore.

>A.P.: You just said you did.

>Trump: No. No, I, if I'm passing it, what did I just say (inaudible)?

>A.P.: You just said -

>Trump: Where? Where?

>A.P.: Two minutes ago.

Hugh Smallway - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:15:20 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.391341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Idiot or suffering from dementia....
Lillian Ceshfere - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 21:17:42 EST ID:+NSAEK8g No.391346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd say both.

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