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Trump trip shows US hypocrisy on human rights Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Beatrice Cleddleshit - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 22:49:17 EST ID:fxH+IRjm No.174821
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Trump trip shows US hypocrisy on human rights

https://edition.cnn.com/2017/05/19/opinions/trump-trip-abroad-human-rights-tasini-opinion/index.html
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Cornelius Pitthall - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:41:35 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.175157 Ignore Report Reply
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>>175151
>4 more years of Saudi and Israeli dick sucking
Anyway fuck China. Let us instead talk about all the ways China is shit and why you should never, ever buy Chinese made goods https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRbxIE-CLvA
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Phoebe Wadgebat - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 19:51:28 EST ID:4scaaRdR No.175160 Ignore Report Reply
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George Blerringbury - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 08:55:58 EST ID:+ZJa+T/S No.175168 Ignore Report Reply
>>175157
Where am I supposed to get my titanium? Poland? Fuck outta here.


DCCC now using financial blackmail to protect incumbents from primary challenge Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Jenny Clicklemirk - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 07:47:24 EST ID:Ken7u+mw No.174251
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The Democrat party is fighting harder than ever to silence any non establishment voices:
https://theintercept.com/2019/03/22/house-democratic-leadership-warns-it-will-cut-off-any-firms-who-challenge-incumbents/
https://theintercept.com/2019/03/25/dccc-blacklist-democratic-party/
>The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee warned political strategists and vendors Thursday night that if they support candidates mounting primary challenges against incumbent House Democrats, the party will cut them off from business.

>The news was officially announced Friday morning, paired with a statement on the committee’s commitment to diversity in consulting — “which, obviously, is just to give themselves cover,” a Democratic political consultant who learned of it Thursday told The Intercept. The consultant asked for anonymity given their relationship with the DCCC, and the party organization’s professed strategy of blacklisting firms that don’t fall in line.

>To apply to become a preferred vendor in the 2020 cycle, firms must agree to a set of standards that includes agreeing not to work with anyone challenging an incumbent.
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Wesley Mandledock - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:07:27 EST ID:LgBx1cO1 No.175156 Ignore Report Reply
When are the Dems going impeach Trump? It's payback for Billy's Monica incident.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq7Eh6JTKIg
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Polly Hopperstire - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:52:57 EST ID:KetzL85W No.175159 Ignore Report Reply
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>>174765
Why did all three towers fall with perfect symmetrical implosion, indicative of demolition, at free-fall speeds, also indicative of demolition? It's physically impossible that any plane collision would have, after a few minutes of smoldering, rendered the support mechanisms on every floor disintegrated, mechanisms which I remind (or inform) you, were designed to withstand more than double the impact of the above floors collapsing. Hell, you can see the explosive charges detonating in the original video, and the scribs, launched multiple miles, would not be possible without a powerful explosive blast. That they were launched from multiple floors is clearly indicative of demolition.

Then there's the fact that, of the half-dozen samples taken at the three debris sites, all of them found high quantities of nano-thermite present, an extremely expensive and powerful explosive rarely used in anything besides demolition and warfare.

Not to mention that following the attack, we immediately shipped off all the evidence to China, where it was never seen again. And then there's the whole PNAC (PNAC was a conservative think tank, 10 out of 25 members of which later served in the Bush cabinet during the attacks) report that highlights the need to create a second pearl harbor event by sending a plane into a tower to garner public support of war in the middle-east. Reminds me a lot of the more recent CANVAS report highlighting the need to attack the Guri dam (and thus the power grid) in Venezuela to garner public support for regime change there.

We could go on all day about the myriad of other holes in the official story, from the crystal-clear cell phone calls at 35000 ft altitude, to the impossible flight paths of the planes, to the flight attendant claiming in a phone call to be on the second floor of a single-story plane, to the swath of architectural engineers who have come out decrying the official story as "impossible", but suffice to say that if you still believe the official story in 2019, then it's because you haven't invested sufficient time into researching it.
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Betsy Shittingford - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 07:50:43 EST ID:UvEvyZz7 No.175167 Ignore Report Reply
>>175159
Spunky, that's about the weakest possible refutation that you could have been offered. At least you didn't go straight for the ban, but for you to ignore that entire post in favor of calling it tinfoil and then applying mod powers is retarded. There are some weak baseless posts on both sides of this 911 discussion that popped up, and that is probably the one post that clearly makes an effort to use factual evidence to make its case.


Netanyahu declares the end of the Two-State solution if he's elected Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Martin Clusslefield - Mon, 08 Apr 2019 08:28:22 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.174561
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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-israel-palestinians-settlements-idUSKCN1RI0JY

He doesn't expectantly say that, some might argue, but this stance can only have that outcome

He's running real scared at this point.
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Polly Goodshit - Wed, 17 Apr 2019 19:00:55 EST ID:Zg4OPEmQ No.174968 Ignore Report Reply
>>174947
Doesn't help that every other political organization in Israel that isn't Arab tries to ape the Likudniks. Israel needs race traitors and Hebrew scalawags, not enlightened Zionism. One Israeli John Brown would be worth a million Likudniks.
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Jarvis Churringpine - Wed, 17 Apr 2019 19:18:43 EST ID:YzHGXqax No.174972 Ignore Report Reply
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>>174968
>Doesn't help that every other political organization in Israel that isn't Arab tries to ape the Likudniks.
Yeah, it sucks that the fascist won but let's be honest, it was a contest between four fascists and one diet fascist-lite. Israeli electoral politics is beyond repair.

>One Israeli John Brown
Stop, I can only get so erect.
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Fanny Chuffingsune - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 05:33:04 EST ID:LgBx1cO1 No.175166 Ignore Report Reply
>>174972
So much for the promised land for Jews....


Is the Boeing 737 Max 8 safe? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Wesley Blytheway - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 08:39:26 EST ID:0k+47I+E No.173497
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When a newly built plane crashes, it's not a good thing. When two crashes in a short amount of time, you have to wonder...

https://abcnews.go.com/Business/wireStory/boeing-face-questions-737-crash-61593023
(links below have video)
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-03-10/china-asks-local-airlines-to-ground-boeing-737-max-caijing-says
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/ethiopian-airlines-crash-major-airlines-ground-all-boeing-787-max-8-aircraft-amid-safety-concerns-a4087831.html
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Caroline Haffingcocke - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 05:36:06 EST ID:p03vjXnQ No.174896 Ignore Report Reply
>>174305
Get the UN involved & let these Equatorial countries sue a USA company.
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Wesley Mandledock - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:04:55 EST ID:LgBx1cO1 No.175155 Ignore Report Reply
A Seattlean laments:
https://youtu.be/H2tuKiiznsY
As a Seattle local, near the heart of Boeing manufacturing, I've found that a critical part of this story that hasn't necessarily reached national or international attention is the corporate politics of Boeing.
Some years ago - around 2009 I believe? - Boeing went through a merger with another corporation. The Boeing name was kept, being widely known, but the management positions went almost entirely to the new company.
Boeing engineers and machinists had historically been an incredibly strong union, as the managers of the company knew that these were the people who actually made the company function. While of course there are written plans for all the planes, the technical knowledge of how to build them correctly was passed down directly from old employees to new ones,somewhat like a traditional mentorship.
Now, when the new management came in, there was already tension between the management and the union, since the union had been on strike at the start of the 2008 recession, which had caused a significant blow to company profits. Of course, there's no way the union could have known this, and sometimes that's how strikes go - but rather than understanding that they needed to bargain with the union, the new management decided to destroy it. They fired the vast majority of their senior engineers - I learned all this from a bus driver, who'd been fired just years out from retirement, after working as a boeing engineer for his entire career. They tried outsourcing production of individual parts to China and merely assembling the parts at the Washington plants, but that was a disaster - parts came back in all kinds of wrong sizes and with significant quality issues. So they realized it was critical to make everything in the same plant - and decided to build a new plant in North Carolina, a "right to work" (anti-union) state. This was also a disaster - the engineers they hired there were trying to figure out airplane manufacturing basically from scratch. Again, massive quality issues ensued. Eventually the corporate management realized just how important the mentoring of experienced engineers had been to their production, and sent …
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Fanny Chuffingsune - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 05:28:09 EST ID:LgBx1cO1 No.175165 Ignore Report Reply
>>175155
As the video explains, the 737 max was a hastily-designed attempt to put an entirely new engine on the fuselage of the 737 line, which significantly changed the balance of the plane, and caused it to tip up into an angle which could cause stall conditions. From an engineering perspective, this should be an absolute dealbreaker. You don't launch a plane that's going to send itself into stall conditions during normal flight manouvers. That's absurd. The only sensible thing to do would be to redesign to fuselage to balance properly with the new engine. And that's absolutely normal in the world of airplane engineering. It might take a few more years, but the service life of an airplane is a good three decades, so it really shouldn't matter that much whether you're making that profit right now or a few years later.
Only from the perspective of a company trying to make as much money as possible as quickly as possible, veiwing market competition as a game to be won in the month-to-month comparison of profits, could the decision to rush the plane to production with such a fatal design flaw possibly occur.
And the way they chose to "fix" this problem by hiding it takes this profit-driven mindset to even more bizzare levels.
A plane which had such severe balance issues would not have passed regulations - so they hid it with a software system.
A plane which relied on an autonomous software system to prevent total failure would not have passed safety regulations - so they pretended it was a minor stabilization system, not a critical safety system.
If the actual function of the tilt control system was known to pilots, it would have been obvious that the plane was a safety disaster which should never have been cleared to fly - so the pilots manual didn't mention that the system even existed.
If pilots had known what the system was, how to tell if it wasn't working correctly, and how to manually override it, the crashes may have been averted (though the Ethopia flight data shows the pilots did regain manual control, it was too late - but they may have had to waste precious time figuring out what was going wrong.) But that information was intentionally hiden fro…
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Nearly two thirds of voters think Trump is a criminal Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Cyril Clazzleshaw - Wed, 06 Mar 2019 17:47:21 EST ID:/MwhWfsN No.173355
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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2019/03/06/trump-quinnipiac-university-poll/3076827002/

One of the first polls conducted since President Donald Trump's former attorney implicated him in illegal activity was released Tuesday, and most of the results were not very good for the president.

A poll from Quinnipiac University National found 64 percent of American voters believe Trump committed crimes before assuming office, while 24 percent did not believe that he had (another 13 percent said they weren't sure.) Forty-five percent said they think Trump committed crimes since taking office compared to 43 percent who think he did not.

The numbers among Republicans were better for the president, with a third saying they believe he committed crimes before taking office and 48 percent saying he did not. Only 12 percent of Republicans said Trump had committed crimes since taking office while 79 percent did not.

Trump's former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen — already convicted of lying to Congress – provided members of Congress explosive testimony on February 27, when he accused Trump of being part of a criminal conspiracy.

However, just 44 percent of respondents believed Cohen told the truth in his testimony before the House Oversight and Reform Committee. But half of them said they believed Cohen over Trump. Fifty-eight percent said Congress should do more to investigate Cohen's allegations.

"When two-thirds of voters think you have committed a crime in your past life, and almost half of voters say it's a tossup over whether you committed a crime while in the Oval Office, confidence in your overall integrity is very shaky," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. "Add to that, Michael Cohen, a known liar headed to the big house, has more credibility than the leader of the free world."

Only 30 percent of voters said they believe the president is honest, although two-thirds of Republicans still said he is trustworthy (95 percent of Democrats disagreed). Twenty-two percent of voters said they consider Trump to be a good role model for children compared with 54 percent of Republicans who said they do think he is a good role model.
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Augustus Sillerbury - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 14:46:58 EST ID:/MwhWfsN No.175105 Ignore Report Reply
>>175101

It related to my post from before
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Fanny Pavingmeck - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 19:56:26 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.175106 Ignore Report Reply
Its quite hilarious to see Trump flip flop so hard and fast on the Mueller report that not even his cult can keep up with it.
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Jenny Minnerberk - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 04:47:41 EST ID:Zpj3paAj No.175164 Ignore Report Reply
>>175106

It's not even complex, it's just plain chaotic to keep up with. It's not even lies or
BS tricks. It's far beyond any possibility for them to keep track of basically anything in this miss-administration. I guess it's always been that way.


Horrible news everyone Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Nathaniel Fobberchudge - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 15:17:25 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.174871
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https://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2019/04/15/Paris-historic-Notre-Dame-Cathedral-engulfed-in-fire/4121555349021/
Notre Dame is gone. I don't know how much priceless art was destroyed along with it, which itself was basically priceless art. This is the worst single day since idk how long, probably even worse losses than the destruction from losing the Brazilian museum in the last year or so.
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Cornelius Pitthall - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:42:46 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.175158 Ignore Report Reply
>>175147
>>175153
Security in the Middle East is also needed to keep them from blowing up historical sites tbh, or to keep dumb fucking Americans from looting it
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Jenny Minnerberk - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 03:55:27 EST ID:Zpj3paAj No.175162 Ignore Report Reply
>>175126
>Also, the idealism that permits one to spend so many resources on a god damn symbol instead of on materially >improving the lives of the citizens in general is just outright ridiculous, and I think people are starting to realize that. >Yeah, it's a shame about the Notre Dame (but it's still just a building). Sorry, not sorry.

People are going to 'start' realizing 'that' for a long time to come I think; don't you?
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Jenny Minnerberk - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 04:38:14 EST ID:Zpj3paAj No.175163 Ignore Report Reply
>>175126
9/11 was basically nothing as well, huh? Imagine, the world wanted to help and support the US after the buildings went down, but instead the US rebuffed those who were saddened and supportive in the world, in lieu of invading Iraq. Right?


With Lurking Demand Google Be Broken Up, EU Hits Tech Giant With Record $5 Billion Antitrust Fine Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Phyllis Wammlestone - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 10:05:38 EST ID:RD69Rrw9 No.170557
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https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/07/18/lurking-demand-google-be-broken-eu-hits-tech-giant-record-5-billion-antitrust-fine
Should Google be broken up? The answer is yes.
>The European Union (EU) on Wednesday hit Google with a record-breaking €4.34 billion ($5.06 billion) antitrust fine and ordered the tech giant to make changes that will scale back its dominance of the mobile phone market.

>"These practices have denied rivals the chance to innovate and compete on the merits. They have denied European consumers the benefits of effective competition in the important mobile sphere," declared EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager. "This is illegal under EU antitrust rules."

>Concluding that Google has "imposed illegal restrictions on Android device manufacturers and mobile network operators" since 2011, the European Commission warned in a statement that "Google must now bring the conduct effectively to an end within 90 days or face penalty payments of up to five percent of the average daily worldwide turnover of Alphabet, Google's parent company."

>News of the fine, which "accounts for around 40 percent of Google's 2017 net profit of $12.62 billion," has already had an impact—the Journal reported that following the announcement, "Shares in Alphabet, the company’s parent, fell as much as 1.1 percent in premarket trading." Google says it will appeal the decision.
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David Moblingdad - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 01:06:35 EST ID:YTjnsSvY No.175019 Ignore Report Reply
>>170557
Facebook next?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2GVxYfKSxA
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Wesley Mandledock - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:00:15 EST ID:LgBx1cO1 No.175154 Ignore Report Reply
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>Google remembers your searches
https://spreadprivacy.com/delete-google-search-history/
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Charles Nemmerbadge - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 20:07:05 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.175161 Ignore Report Reply
>>175154
Couldn't we in theory "poison" google search history with some script that searches random subjects we have no interest in?


another probable poltard right wing terrorist tried to burn a church Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Molly Clegglemutch - Thu, 18 Apr 2019 19:11:04 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.175014
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https://www.philly.com/news/nation-world/nj-man-nabbed-st-patricks-church-with-gas-lighter-fluid-had-been-arrested-other-cathedral-20190418.html
pic related

The moment I heard of this there were the usual dumb Omar comments but I just knew it was going to turn out to be another alt cringe retard. Wtf is up with right wing terrorists attacking churches and places of worship?

There was also this guy who just got arrested https://www.theadvocate.com/acadiana/news/crime_police/article_6797d334-5e41-11e9-acd8-03bb611794a3.html
Son of a cop turned out to be a serial arsonist of 3 black churches. This is your brain on trash like Varg imo.
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Wesley Feckleway - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 00:37:46 EST ID:g+vb2gyp No.175135 Ignore Report Reply
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>>175085
As far as I know, historically, the forces of conservatism and reaction tend to be much better at consolidating in the face of opposition than the left.

I mean that's a common theme in nearly every revolution, if the left doesn't splinter or get co-opted, it gets stabbed in the back by wealthy, but politically excluded centrists who push back against the left when they get their political reforms, which are immediately rolled back when the divided left/center no longer threatens the conservative order.
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Fanny Mullylane - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 00:48:46 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.175136 Ignore Report Reply
>>175135
In a situation where lives are potentially on the line a really old instinct kicks in where any new idea is a potential threat and rigidly sticking to what you know stops your tribe from dying off from malnutrition and tiger attacks
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Wesley Feckleway - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 01:15:32 EST ID:g+vb2gyp No.175137 Ignore Report Reply
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>>175136
That model could describe the lumpen proletariat voting for Napoleon III, Willhelm (IV?), etc, but the ideology of the restored bourbon regime in France to guys like Metternich and Willhelm in Germany, to Porfirio Díaz and Victoriano Huerta in Mexico is very clearly a reflection of their material interests.
When looking at leaders in a revolution, personal desire for power explain the actions of the center/right much better than some abstract, unfalsifiable tribal conjecture.

Reactionaries and centrists in power adopt/promote conservative ideologies to restrict power to themselves.


Assange get got Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Alice Shittingwill - Thu, 11 Apr 2019 08:25:33 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.174743
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Dey got him.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-47891737

This obviously is bad, since the English cunts are gonna hand Assange over to the kings of cunts, the Americans. But still, I dunno where to stand with Assange. He did a lot of good. Thanks to him, I know I live every day right next to a bunch of American nukes some 20km away, and no amount of voting from my end will get rid of those nukes because hahahah, airbase on foreign soil.
On the other hand, those rape and molestation allegations are some shady shit, and it's quite telling when almost everyone that started Wikileaks with Assange back in the days got either kicked out by Assange or left because of philosophical differences with Assange. Supposedly the guy has a major chip on his shoulder and sees himself as some kind of anarchist Jesus Christ, a digital messiah bringing words of wisdom from the Holy Mountain of NSA files.
Put Assange's personality and the rape allegations together and you don't get a pretty picture.
Then again, the CIA is known for using honeypot agents, so if they had female agents use sex as a spying and assassination tool back in the days, who's to say the CIA isn't using sex as an imprisoning tool?

Oh well, if his ego is as big as the rumours, he can go to prison knowing fully well that no single person in modern history has had such an immense effect on the politics in the Middle-East. Those cable leaks leading to the Arab Spring? That's a banger.
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Beatrice Pollybotch - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 15:08:05 EST ID:tszCZv8T No.175121 Ignore Report Reply
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Personally I cooled quite a lot to Assange when I learned he didn't bother to redact the names of Afghan interpreters (and didn't really care). Both Manning and Snowden should have been able to count on him to do the journalism bit of the leaking.

Not that Julian should be handed over to the U.S.A. as it cannot be trusted to treat him fairly or humanely given its recent track-record. Not that I blame him for being paranoid really but he should be aware of what he's charged with, why and the potential punishments thereof. Not exactly worth jailing yourself in an embassy for this long.


Also why the fuck is he roleplaying ISIS? pic related.
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Isabella Chondlefuck - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 15:30:44 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.175125 Ignore Report Reply
>>175121
He's clearly roleplaying a Christian monk of some sort. What kind of a retard are you? Not everyone with a beard who makes a religious hand sign is some suicide bomber mass rapist genocidal warlord you know. Why, some of those people don't even have beards or a real religion!

>>175119
Honestly the US can't simply kill him because it'd be obvious they killed him which would just make a martyr. The US is way more interested in making examples of people, preferably by destroying all public credibility first. Assange had largely been neutralized by being in the embassy. It's also typically not the US' style to murder a journalist in a foreign embassy the way the Saudis do, even if it's just Ecaudor. Hence why they went out of their way to call him a rapist, and are now trying to paint him as some trump enabler after having convinced the rightards he's some sort of "traitor". They want to make sure he's completely alone when they take him out, either through courts or other means of ensuring his silence. Few people are actually interested in assassinations except gangster states like Russia. Targeted killings leave bodies, and bodies leave questions, and those questions draw uncomfortable amounts of attention. Murder is actually often a last resort if they aren't wielding guns and bombs.
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Polly Hopperstire - Mon, 22 Apr 2019 20:14:22 EST ID:KetzL85W No.175134 Ignore Report Reply
Wikileaks has fostered government transparency around the world. Just a few of the things wikileaks has reveals:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8mK1eZhavc
(Lee Camp, of Redacted Tonight)


Virgin Rail/Brightline Launches Service to Orlando Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Frederick Sorringworth - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 10:18:57 EST ID:PlPYyJaR No.175072
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https://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/article229459199.html

>The company plans to build 170 miles of new track that will lead into a new inter-modal facility at Orlando International Airport.

>“Connecting Miami and Orlando makes tremendous business sense, but even more, it provides a public benefit to the State of Florida including thousands of jobs that will keep the state economically competitive for decades,” he said.

>Joseph Krist, a municipal bond analyst for Court Street Group, a Brooklyn-based research and consulting firm, said the sale was four-times oversubscribed, and shows Virgin’s decision to forgo an initial public offering was the correct one.

>“The deal reflects favorable investor demand, and certainly in the high-yield market,” he said. “Despite all the hurdles, it turned out to be a really good time to come to this market.”

>Virgin says the Orlando project will create 10,000 jobs and generate more than $650 million in federal, state and local tax revenue.

Changing America, one station at a time.
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Cornelius Blathercocke - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 13:52:27 EST ID:IWBGX0sp No.175092 Ignore Report Reply
Yeah they have been saying they are gana do this for like 20 years. I'll believe it when I see it.


death penalty against gays just passed in yet another country Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Phineas Gunningnirk - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 21:04:24 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.174241
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>HONG KONG — When Brunei announced in 2013 that it was bringing in harsh Islamic laws that included punishments of death by stoning for adultery and gay sex, the move was met with international protest. Some investments by the country’s sovereign wealth fund, including the Beverly Hills Hotel, were targets of boycotts and calls for divestment.

>Following the outcry, Brunei, a sultanate of about 430,000 on the island of Borneo, delayed carrying out the harshest provisions of its Shariah law.

>Now, it is quietly going ahead with them.

>Beginning on April 3, statutes allowing stoning and amputation will go into effect, according to an announcement posted by the country’s attorney general last year that has only recently received notice.

>That has set off a renewed outcry from human rights groups.

>“Brunei’s Penal Code is a deeply flawed piece of legislation containing a range of provisions that violate human rights,” Rachel Chhoa-Howard, a researcher for Amnesty International, said in a statement. “As well as imposing cruel, inhuman and degrading punishments, it blatantly restricts the rights to freedom of expression, religion and belief, and codifies discrimination against women and girls.”

>Brunei has had the death penalty on the books since it was a British protectorate, but in practice executions are not typically carried out.

>Homosexuality is already illegal in Brunei, with a punishment of up to 10 years in prison, but the new laws allow for penalties including whipping and stoning. The new laws also introduce amputation of hands or feet as a punishment for robbery.
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Angus Fushfire - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 18:55:42 EST ID:Zg4OPEmQ No.175048 Ignore Report Reply
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>>175022
Yeah, one of them converted not just to Islam but to Salafist Islam, in particular the Wahhabism of Daesh. He was window shopping for extremist ideologies. When his roommates (who were also Atomwaffen members, because this is really just a clique of edgy 20-somethings who started taking the edge seriously) started making fun of him, he murdered two of them, while the other came home later and turned him in. Atomwaffen today is apparently twelve people, and six of them are federal agents. They're the mirror inverse of Red Guards Austin on the left, who LARP as Senderistas and whose leadership has very obviously flipped. You might know RGA as the people behind "tactical leggings", because they showed up to a counter-protest brandishing AR15s but in skinny jeans and leggings. They're a joke to everyone else in the communist movement, including Maoists.

Neocons do absolutely perform rituals of human sacrifice. It's an open secret, but no one talks about it. It makes the pee tape look downright insignificant, a minor perversion compared to what these degenerates do. Look at Dick Cheney. How is that man even alive? I'll tell you: ritual human sacrifice. John Bolton at this point is a skeleton in a suit with a glued on mustache animated by dark magic. Mike Pompeo looks like a bloated corpse about to explode with gas like a beached whale. There's just no other explanation for this.
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Lydia Passleled - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 22:00:58 EST ID:YTjnsSvY No.175060 Ignore Report Reply
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>>175020
Should be <2%.

>>175036
Religion is about behaviour control
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George Tillinglock - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 00:22:08 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.175065 Ignore Report Reply
>>175060
You can control behavior WITH sex. It's why propaganda is always some scared woman of [insert your country] being attacked by monster with rapey intentions from [insert enemy country] saying SHE NEEDS YOU! dumb shit. Modern advertising is a fantastic example of this.

>>175046
Honestly I've thought about this today and decided that it may not even be necessary to execute the chicken fuckers and sheep fuckers, although the hardest part would be these are people you knew in tribal times. Because really, I'd probably let people routinely violating standard hygiene be not-stoned to death, but fucking animals you'd be executed along with the raped animals and either burned or buried really deep and away from contaminating the water table. If I have to explain it to a bunch of troglodytes as bacteria are little demons and certain wicked behaviors attract them then so be it. Although tbh I think we could just send them all to some leper colony or something. I don't think I'd be able to feel very Jesus-y without any medicine. Not that if you fuck a farm animal it's necessarily worse than eating uncooked flesh, or worse, keeping a bunch of farm animals together, but still. Cross-species zoonoses are where we got some of the most lively civilization destroying pathogens.

So in that regard yeah, homosexual orgies can kill a civilization, just like tons of unprotected sex can kill civilization, just like eating uncooked flesh can kill civilization, and just like keeping lots of different species crammed together can kill civilization. You really do not want to fuck with those things as some tribal from 6000BC. There is no latex. You're going to be barebacking without any medication. Sadly even today most people are just too fucking dumb to get this.

>>175048
That's hilarious. Sounds like the group was always completely irrelevant though. And I have no problem with people brandishing ARs. The left needs to embrace self defense since it's us vs the entire media/banking/military/law enforcement complex and the political cocksuckers with greased palms. It's one thing at least the right has figured out that bafflingly the left hasn&…
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Nicholas Bunbanks - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 13:13:56 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.174369
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This isn't really big news outside the Netherlands because well, the International Criminal Court is in The Hague, and Dutch people in general watch Russia with suspicion after they blew a Dutch civilian plane out of the sky.

Russian veterans have requested that the ICC starts an investigation into the Wagner group. The veterans claim that the Wagner group operates as a mercenary group with strong ties to the Kremlin, protecting Russian interests in the Ukraine, Syria, Africa and I'm willing to bet they're already in Venezuela.
The veterans also claim that the Wagner group systematically shits all over the rights of Russian soldiers. They're plied with big paychecks, but end up operating illegally in shady operations, and when they die, the families left behind get nothing.

There's definitely some shady shit going on there, because three Russian journalists investigating the Wagner group ended up dead.
And when VICE did their reports on dead Russian ex-soldiers-turned-mercenaries in the Ukraine they kept being hounded by thugs, and no one except the families of deceased mercenary's wanted to talk to them. IIRC, the families just get a letter saying their son or husband, whatever died in battle, and there's an address where he got buried.

This is some fucking Tom Clancy James Bond Metal Gear Solid shit.

It's a Dutch article and video but you can just throw it in Google Translate nigga shit's not hard.
https://nos.nl/nieuwsuur/artikel/2278567-veteranen-dienen-klacht-in-tegen-geheimzinnig-russisch-priveleger.html
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Fuck Songerway - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 16:39:20 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.174371 Ignore Report Reply
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>>174369
>Tom Clancy James Bond Metal Gear Solid shit.
lol not it isn't it's sit on a bottle tier
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Eugene Geblinghog - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 17:17:37 EST ID:KetzL85W No.174372 Ignore Report Reply
Turns out Russia, China, and the US all suck. Who knew?
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Lydia Passleled - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 22:05:06 EST ID:YTjnsSvY No.175063 Ignore Report Reply
>>174372
All politicians sucketh big time


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Nathaniel Fobberchudge - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 14:09:45 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.174862
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/04/15/alexandria-ocasio-cortez-quits-facebook-calls-social-media-public-health-risk/
Why is the AOC so awesome?
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Jarvis Darringway - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 20:21:16 EST ID:fpo1elCK No.174932 Ignore Report Reply
>>174900
>>You've got to become exactly like them to defeat them!
Said everyone ever while on the way to becoming the thing they love most (i.e. that which they claim to hate.)
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Jenny Cucklebanks - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 23:21:58 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.174938 Ignore Report Reply
>>174900
Right on! Like, you can't reform the prison industrial complex from the outside, you have to actually be IN prison to reform it from the inside!
the best way to destroy that shithole is to not ever use it to begin with. Anything else is freely giving away your data and at this point makes me not want to associate with you. It's actually gotten to the point where I actively want to avoid everyone who's hooked into shit like FB, twatter, instagram and so on.

>>174903
The main problem with my plan to eventually create a parallel society is all the people I hate are just going to eventually join and destroy that one too, but on the plus side at least it can be limited to petty backstabbing and social gossip instead of this massive satanic spy complex under Google, FB and so on.
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Lydia Passleled - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 22:02:34 EST ID:YTjnsSvY No.175061 Ignore Report Reply
>>174862
Just quit facebook for a couple of days. Feel the difference.


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Fuck Fudgedale - Mon, 08 Apr 2019 12:34:13 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.174579
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Hey guys Australians are actually doing something nice
would rub off on Muslims?
>https://news.sky.com/story/australian-pm-scott-morrison-vegan-protesters-un-australian-11687860
>called them "green collar criminals"
Fucking lol what a bunch of ponces they've got running that country. Why don't they kick the poms out anyway? Well on topic, it looks like they're protesting animal cruelty, which frankly I think that saying animal cruelty particularly just for pleasure and profit not necessity is one of the first most crucial steps towards preventing such horrors as Nazism and fascism by obliterating their very foundation, which is psychopathy, which is exactly the kind of crap poltards try to normalize. They're like some kind of pathogen that cannot exist unless they first terraform the surrounding tissue in necrotic flesh by spewing toxins or altering normal cellular function. Remember that the very first thing a sociopath often does in life is start torturing small animals. The atrocities get bigger and bigger, working their way up until they start acting this way towards humans.

The fundamental error isn't even racism--it's psychopathy. You can't be a truly racist person and a truly normal human being at the same time, and part of that involves the dehumanization process and the idea that committing acts of violence and cruelty against other feeling beings is fine. It allows psychopaths to mask themselves.

And so I bring this article as good tidings and I hope there's more protests elsewhere and that the central ideas of deceit, violence, and gross indecency to living beings gets undermined more every day until the pathological ideation stands out like a sore thumb and is not tolerated.

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Frederick Coshstone - Mon, 08 Apr 2019 19:08:56 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.174596 Ignore Report Reply
>Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that the country's farmers were having a hard enough time without the actions of Aussie Farms, the group named as being behind the protests.
>Farmers across Australia are struggling with one of the worst droughts in history, with costs of stock feed and transport spiralling.
>According to the Australian Broadcasting Corp, parts of eastern Australia have been in drought for up to seven years with no end in sight.

Honestly it sounds like they should be getting out of the business anyways, mass scale cattle ranching isn't sustainable at the best of times and it sounds like the land itself is telling them its time to stop.
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Edward Hamblemit - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 15:35:46 EST ID:+8irr0Qf No.174623 Ignore Report Reply
>>174596
Cattle ranching in Austtralia was fucking stupid to begin with. It's basically scrub land at best with some rainforest to the north theyve probably been busily destroying. I do not give two shits about cattle ranchers.
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Lydia Passleled - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 21:54:06 EST ID:YTjnsSvY No.175059 Ignore Report Reply
Eat less meat, mmkay?
Protest done.


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