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!BzcOsK03.w - Fri, 22 Nov 2019 19:00:56 EST jOmBVbkM No.181053
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  • Bots really do post on this board, particularly from China (they don't even bother to change their IP). Please report suspect posts that encourage odd behaviour. These posts tell to encourage users to not trust their government and to disengage with them.
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"Afghanistan Papers" reveals extent of corruption and lies behind 18-year war

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- Fri, 13 Dec 2019 00:56:49 EST ny9ZGuH9 No.181444
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>A major “Washington Post” investigation released on December 9 is a confirmation of the peace movement’s message that “there’s no military solution in Afghanistan.”

>That assessment is according to Paul Kawika Martin, senior director of policy and political affairs at Peace Action, replying to The Afghanistan Papers. The report exposes how top officials spanning the George W. Bush, Obama, and Trump administrations waged a deliberate misinformation campaign to conceal the total failures of the 18-year war in Afghanistan.

>The bombshell from investigative reporter Craig Whitlock “broadly resembles the Pentagon Papers,” and it is based on over 2,000 pages of notes from interviews with a federal agency that “bring into sharp relief the core failings of the war that persist to this day” and belie comments by officials “who assured Americans year after year” of progress made in the war.

>The paper obtained the cache of documents following a legal battle that lasted three years and included two lawsuits. The documents came out of a project from the Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), an agency now headed by Obama-appointee John Sopko. That project, entitled Lessons Learned, was meant to assess “the U.S. reconstruction experience in Afghanistan.”

>They revealed that officials continually misled the public about the war’s success, there was no strategy, their efforts fueled corruption, and the U.S. was clearly losing ground as well as tens of thousands of lives and at least $1 trillion.

>The trove includes transcripts and notes from over 400 interviewers between 2014 and 2018. SIGAR blacked out names of roughly 85 percent of interviewees.

>“It was impossible to create good metrics” about the troop surge, one unnamed senior National Security Council official said in a 2016 interview. “We tried using troop numbers trained, violence levels, control of territory and none of it painted an accurate picture.” They added, “The metrics were always manipulated for the duration of the war.”

>Ryan Crocker, who was the top U.S. diplomat in Kabul from 2011 to 2012, said in a 2016 interview, “Our biggest single project, sadly and inadvertently, of course, may have been the development of mass corruption.”
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Lydia Sillyworth - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 11:52:10 EST +3uRg9KW No.181484 Reply
Americans hate freedom with a passion and beg for their chains.

If our overlords decreed that everyone must buy a new snowblower this year, Americans would agree that the law makes sense and must be obeyed.

When guns are banned, Americans will scream with delight.

If Americans are forced to get microchip implants, Americans would fight to be first in line.

When Americans get sent to the concentration camps, they will insist that they live in a free country as they get pushed into the ovens.
Ian Buzzfoot - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 16:31:30 EST dZDaQqJv No.181490 Reply
Americans scream nothing happened in Nanjing and that the The Japanese were invited guests.

Make it happen chinabot.

Let's post some good news

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- Tue, 24 Sep 2019 17:47:44 EST 9C3OEJLn No.179358
File: 1569361664863.jpg -(30289B / 29.58KB, 293x300) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Let's post some good news
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Eugene Blisslewell - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 01:02:11 EST g3QwJk+8 No.181426 Reply
hell yeah impeach him so we can vote him in again
Augustus Sindlefuck - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 15:56:54 EST EjOaDhPL No.181488 Reply
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I wish I could call this childish, but it's spot-on

AMAZON is too big

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- Sun, 15 Dec 2019 03:28:09 EST 40pbmk0m No.181473
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Remember when governments would help small businesses because mega-corps don't need help?
I don't either.
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Lydia Clackletodge - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 12:19:34 EST EpdI+mnr No.181485 Reply
The mixed the economy is a least awful solution. The problem is like any system it destabilises as someone accumulates power and starts using that to gain more power and change the rules in other subsystems and soon it snowballs. This is what we're witnessing. Other systems like capitalism and communism tend to spread the power less thinly to start with so they go down the shitter quicker. This is because some people will play the system whatever it is, against its intentions and values but within the rules. It's human nature to fuck shit up.

The solution a mix of safeguards and easy distribution. We cannot fix the cause we can only make it as easy and non disruptive as possible to fix the symptoms. Breaking up the behemoths is the solution but we need to take it further. We need a structure that lets us do this easy and to do the same to political parties and more. We need to to make it as hard as possible to reach that point so it needs doing less. I don't know the answer (I know a few things that will help though, they are obvious and of course and easy but will likely require upheaval to implement because how much push back would lobbyists make if we got on with crippling lobbying) but it seems a more realistic direction to take society in rather than the tug of war between capitalism and communism which both have beautiful ideas at their hearts and terrible results in reality. The happiest place on earth is of course Scandanavia.
Fucking Nepperwick - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 13:23:31 EST QQ3LGBhq No.181486 Reply
That picture is also missing natural foods since Amazon owns Whole Foods.
Clara Greenman - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 15:21:28 EST Oi89F67V No.181487 Reply
Prison systems
Mass transit
Environmental protection
Communication and broadcast infrastructure

All monopolies, all government regulated, subsidized and controlled.

Private interests, lobbyists and former politicians line up to take a slice of the pie.

Of course not mass media, at least not directly.

Though the Heyes code and McCarthy did their best to control it, and Fox panders, they are still probably, mostly independent, right?

Murderous Subhuman Temporarily Re-Instated to get Lifetime Pension

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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 20:31:00 EST 4scaaRdR No.177454
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>A US police officer who was fired after shooting dead an unarmed man was temporarily rehired so he could apply for a pension, local media report.

Warning, don't watch my OP webm if you don't want bad vibes. The man behind the gun was fired from the Mesa PD and later acquitted of murder charges. He was then re-hired for a period of 42 days so that he could submit an application for medical retirement based on accidental disability, namely PTSD from the murder in webm related, thereby qualifying him for a lifetime monthly pension if approved.

As a resident of Arizona this case shocked me, as did the footage, and as soon as this scumbag's pic popped up in the news I recognized him. It was in fact the OP image I used when I made the original thread about this incident.

It just goes to show that once again the rules do not apply to those with power, or those they favor.

Truly disgusting and abhorrent. I am very upset by this.
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Lydia Sillyworth - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 09:31:22 EST +3uRg9KW No.181481 Reply
Our overlords don't even have a good reason for the nanny police state anymore. Toothpicks must be outlawed to protect the environment. Rope must be banned for safety. Baseball hats must be outlawed because they are ugly. Insurance must be mandatory to protect the insurance industry. Flagpoles must be banned to protect property values.

Why not just put Americans in prison when they're born?

Tories plan to sell NHS to American corporations with Trump's help

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- Wed, 27 Nov 2019 18:11:47 EST GW1axdWk No.181168
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>U.K. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Wednesday unveiled over 450 pages of leaked documents that he said expose British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's effort to open up the National Health Service to corporate exploitation in trade negotiations with U.S. President Donald Trump.

>During a press conference, Corbyn said the Trump administration's negotiators are "demanding" that the NHS be put "on the table" in talks over a possible post-Brexit trade pact between the U.S. and U.K.

>"That could lead to runaway privatization of our health service," said Corbyn. "Mega-corporations see Johnson's alliance with Trump as a chance to make billions from the illness and sickness of people in this country. And if the Conservatives have their way and this deal goes forward, the changes I've revealed will be almost irreversible."
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George Bicklelene - Sat, 14 Dec 2019 03:15:59 EST Oi89F67V No.181463 Reply

Nobody deserves the american health service.

It is a fucking joke, a disgusting joke that kills people
William Trotcocke - Sat, 14 Dec 2019 05:38:00 EST tlilhxRg No.181465 Reply
NHS kills people too. Not as quickly and as many as America's lack of healthcare, but that years of Tory rule has taken its toll on the NHS. And all European medical staff is leaving because lol Brexit.

1 Million+ Protesters in Hong Kong

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- Wed, 19 Jun 2019 22:32:54 EST 4scaaRdR No.176884
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Hong Kong citizens are protesting a potential bill which has since been suspended which will allow extradition to other countries including mainland China. People don't want to get disappeared by Xi so they are taking to the streets. Chill on this source, it's BBC's youtube channel, the original video was some gay iPlayer shit only available in the UK. But this vid explains it well.


This one is good too

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Phoebe Drettingtun - Thu, 21 Nov 2019 23:36:02 EST E2Yofruj No.181039 Reply
re: my views
I do recognize the root cause of the current worldwide economic and social problems to be the lack of direct access to resources and automation for the general population. And I do think that plain and boring government regulations can be effective to address these problems.
If it were up to me I'd introduce a proposal that would mandate that every technological product in use by a public institution be it software, hardware or wetware must be under a copyleft license.
For the second part of the equation, interestingly Hong Kong is an example that takes an interesting approach. Land is owned by the public and it is leased to private entities. Now in the case of HK that's very capital centric, but it doesn't have to be.

>Increasing costs of living amidst stagnant take home pay, and deteriorating standards of living amidst stagnant economic growth, are irrelevant in the west now? News to me.
Similar symptoms, yes but not necessarily the same intermediate causes. I do admit I am not familiar enough with the economic situation in HK.
I'm sure the housing shortage and work prospects for the current generation are a catalyst. But my point was more about the reason for the protest in general.
And that's certainly about human rights, something we can for granted in comparison to the Hong Kongers.
Clara Greenman - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 03:36:29 EST Oi89F67V No.181477 Reply

China still at it too.

Turns out they really, really want money.

Is the Boeing 737 Max 8 safe?

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- Mon, 11 Mar 2019 08:39:26 EST 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...

(links below have video)
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Clara Greenman - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 03:34:59 EST Oi89F67V No.181476 Reply

Can't we just rely on religion to take care of people that don't immediately die from exposure to the machine?

Investigation of Illinois schools subjecting children to solitary confinement

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- Thu, 05 Dec 2019 01:11:30 EST 3wCzr/PF No.181267
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>The spaces have gentle names: The reflection room. The cool-down room. The calming room. The quiet room.

>But shut inside them, in public schools across the state, children as young as 5 wail for their parents, scream in anger and beg to be let out.

>The students, most of them with disabilities, scratch the windows or tear at the padded walls. They throw their bodies against locked doors. They wet their pants. Some children spend hours inside these rooms, missing class time. Through it all, adults stay outside the door, writing down what happens.

>Children were sent to isolation after refusing to do classwork, for swearing, for spilling milk, for throwing Legos. School employees use isolated timeout for convenience, out of frustration or as punishment, sometimes referring to it as “serving time.”

>The Tribune/ProPublica Illinois investigation, which also included more than 120 interviews with parents, children and school officials, provides the first in-depth examination of this practice in Illinois.

>In the nearly 50,000 pages of reports reporters reviewed about Illinois students in
seclusion, school workers often keep watch over children who are clearly in distress. They dutifully document kids urinating and spitting in fear or anger and then being ordered to wipe the walls clean and mop the floors.

>Records and interviews show how seclusion can harm children. Students ripped their fingernails or bruised their knuckles hitting the door. Their hands swelled and bled from beating the walls. In some cases, children were hurt so badly that ambulances were called.

>Several parents said their children became afraid of school. Some said their children didn’t want to sleep alone. Other families said the rooms were so distressing that their children would not talk about them.

>Even preschool children spent time in isolated timeout, records show.
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Nigel Nirrystud - Sat, 14 Dec 2019 04:56:30 EST UtGaU7Vt No.181464 Reply
Everyone laughed in 1984 because "1984" didn't happen, but who's laughing now?

Americans are obviously whistling down to the concentration camps.

Are you going to do nothing?

Are you going to say nothing?

Edwin Bigglehood - Sat, 14 Dec 2019 23:08:40 EST Kiw3H8v9 No.181467 Reply

Schools in texas cant have doors on their quiet rooms

And in my district we have audio and video in all sped rooms. They use google cloud storage, our it guy said that a tornado could take the building out and the footage is safe.

And anyone can do a FOIA and get sped footage, crazy parents do it all the time
Esther Ferringdane - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 02:05:47 EST 1KP4SSo0 No.181471 Reply
You know the US is bad when Americans say that they feel like they have more freedom in Communist countries like Vietnam.

Trump gives embarassing failure Guaido $52M more taxpayer dollars

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- Thu, 03 Oct 2019 17:14:48 EST 1ehj8pxi No.179634
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coup failed but taxpayer still payin
>Caracas, September 25, 2019 (venezuelanalysis.com) - Self-proclaimed “Interim President” Juan Guaido and the Venezuelan opposition have been given US $52 million by the Trump administration.

>According to a Tuesday statement from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the funding will be destined for independent media, civil society, the health sector and the opposition-controlled National Assembly.

>In addition, USAID administrator Mark Green announced on Wednesday that the US will commit $36 million in aid to Venezuela, as part of a relief program led by the United Nations. It is not clear at the present time whether this sum is part of the $52 million or an additional disbursement.

>The Trump administration had previously diverted over $40 million in aid destined for Central America to fund the Venezuelan opposition. According to a USAID memo seen by the LA Times, the money was destined for salaries, airfare, training, propaganda, among other budget items.

>Guaido proclaimed himself president in January and has since led several attempts to oust the Maduro government, including a failed military putsch on April 30.

>The new aid package dovetails with a fresh round of US sanctions against Venezuela’s oil sector.
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David Crarringsuck - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 00:32:55 EST GW1axdWk No.181265 Reply
>it's your fault the US enforces international sanctions on you and keeps trying to destabilize your their country and the Bank of England stole all your gold
Classic abusive shithead Burger mentality
Hannah Honeyshit - Fri, 06 Dec 2019 10:29:11 EST +8irr0Qf No.181303 Reply
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USA spent decades trying to ruin Venezuela. Only reason they had more success is pressuring Saudi to sell their oil for loss which is what real thing destroyed Venezuelan economy. Fat retarded burgers won't know such thing. Venezuela was doing very well until their economy was targeted not even by sanction but by KSA dumping oil flooding market. It's what truly fucked Russian economy too because both are large petrostates. Also, because Venezuela lost competent strong man like Chavez. I not saying, oh Maduro so bad, but Maduro is not Chavez and allowed himself to become weak against massive superpower enemy that been trying to fuck Venezualan people for decades and made mistake not taking oil money to invest and diversify industry fast enough. Socialism and march to Communism is proven only way poor countries have even fighting chance against evil US machinations. Just ask Vietnam. Vietnam now very fine country despite fighting full brunt of super rich superpower of 300 million people trying so hard to destroy them. Now same evil people ruining Venezuala like they tried ruining Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia, North Korea, Kuba, so on and many time successful ruining and murdering millions innocent peoples lives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY2DKzastu8
Frederick Fuckingwill - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 18:22:17 EST Dg4SuPXx No.181456 Reply
Venezuala wasn't fucked by the Saudis dumping, they were fucked by their product losing its entire market

not all oil is the same, theirs is extremely heavy oilsands that are hard to process, the only refineries specialized to handle it are in the american gulf coast, when the fracking explosion glutted the american domestic market and they became an energy secure oil exporter they stopped buying it
they don't have any customers, Chinese, Japanese and European refineries can't even profitably handle their product

the Saudi dumping was an attempt to shut down the american fracking boom, which if it had worked would have helped Venezuela, but it really spectacularly backfired instead

Corruption and Exploitation in America's Prison-Industrial Complex

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- Mon, 25 Nov 2019 05:38:11 EST rTr48MXc No.181119
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People who have been incarcerated in West Virginia prisons will soon be charged $3 an hour just to read books, and $15 an hour for video visitation with their families. For a bit of context, prisoners in West Virginia are paid anywhere between 4 and 58 CENTS an hour for their labor.

How is this possible? Well, the inmates have all been given free electronic tablets that ostensibly can be used to read books, send emails, and communicate with their families. But according to a 2019 contract between the West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation (WVDCR) and Global Tel Link (GTL), the company that is providing electronic multimedia tablets to 10 West Virginia prisons, using the tablets to read books, listen to music, or play games will cost $3 per hour (or $0.05 per minute); using them to conduct video visitations will cost $15 per hour (or $0.25 per minute); and using them to send written messages will cost $0.25 per message, plus an additional $0.50 to send a photo with a message.

And dont forget, those books that inmates are being charged $3/hour to read? Every single one of them comes from Project Gutenberg, a free online library of more than 60,000 texts in the public domain. And according to the aforementioned contract, the WVDCR will receive a 5% commission on gross revenue from the tablets. A WVDCR spokesperson claims that no inmates are being forced to use the tablets and the 5% commission will go toward a fund at each of their prisons that inmates "use for such things as paying for cable TV and hosting open house visitation events for families."

At the moment, it seems the prisons are not restricting outright purchases or donations of regular print books. But from what I can tell, there is no library-esque system in place where inmates can borrow books and then return them either at a set time or once they have finished reading them. And here's the other thing: there's been a troubling trend in other parts of the country of prisons restricting book donations and forcing inmates to purchase books through pre-approved vendors or to use electronic tablets provided by private contractors like GTL and JPay. Earlier this year, Book Riot reported that numerous Ohio prisons were banning book donations by groups like Appalachian Prison Book Project. Amid media scrutiny, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) announced it would lift the bans for third-party book donations, but family members are still banned from sending print material. In at least one Ohio prison, family members must put money into the inmate's account so they can order it themselves. JPay, which handles money transfers for the Ohio prison system, takes a cut on all deposits. Oh yeah, and the director of the ODRC just happens to be the former general manager of JPay.

Meanwhile, Pennsylvania, Washington, and three prisons in New York all attempted similar bans on donations of used books to inmates, then relented under citizen pressure. The prisons cited security concerns over contraband, but news investigations showed there was little actual evidence of smuggling via donated dictionaries. And last year, after Florida inked a new contract with JPay to provide multimedia tablets to inmates, inmates were forced to return MP3 players they had purchased through the state's previous provider, losing all the tracks they had purchased as well. I think there's a word for that, what is it again....uhhhh oh yeah, THEFT!

But wait, theres more! Pennsylvania also pays a private contractor $4 million a year for digitized mail services, where letters to inmates are scanned and sent to inmates as black and white photocopies while the original letters are destroyed and in 2017, the WVDCR also instituted a policy barring inmates from receiving their original mail. Isnt opening other peoples' mail a felony offense? I guess it's okay when the Prison-Industrial Complex does it!

And of course, with all this in mind, I dont think I need to remind you all of the...interesting statistics regarding the incarceration rate of poorer, nonwhite people in the USA versus that of richer, white people....
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Reuben Seckledock - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 09:27:44 EST qPbFZDTy No.181258 Reply
When you have a government contract you're goal is never to deliver a good product, it's to grease the wheels of the right people to get that contract renewed.

That's why America has military equipment that kills it's own soldiers, schools that don't educate and prisons that don't rehabilitate.

Turning prisoners to slaves is the direct result of making imprisonment a capitalistic structure.
Samuel Lightworth - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 19:52:02 EST eW7lNgCN No.181260 Reply

Sure seemed like you were replying with utter sincerity, what with the whole you replying to it at all thing going on there. nb shit poster shit thread shit bot shit board

US vs Iran

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- Mon, 06 May 2019 22:40:35 EST eW7lNgCN No.175452
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>Aircraft carrier sent to Middle East after indications Iran planned attack on US forces


Looks like the war drums are fueling up again for more never-ending wars against the middle east. No surprise since the US has been wanting to go after Iran for a long time. This is a bunch of bullshit.
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Augustus Cingermodging - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 11:00:54 EST eW7lNgCN No.181368 Reply

I like you, China. You might be a spammer, but you're alright. I mean, I really don't disagree with a lot of what you say. Bot or human, no difference to me, you da man. I'm going to make a point to converse with you on the regular.
Cornelius Pittbury - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 02:32:15 EST Oi89F67V No.181374 Reply
弟弟你吃饭了吗? 你的家人爱你。
Little brother have you eaten? Your family loves you. Tranquility and harmony.
Augustus Blythefield - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 14:56:56 EST Oi89F67V No.181453 Reply

弟弟你吃饭了吗? 你的家人爱你。
Little brother have you eaten? Your family loves you. Tranquility and harmony.

Amazon on Fire

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 19:36:44 EST 7M6VDGw/ No.178516
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What do we do? How can we help? This is one of the Earth's greatest ecosystems, there must be something non-brazilians can do besides "send prayers".
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Cornelius Pittbury - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 02:40:51 EST Oi89F67V No.181376 Reply
弟弟你吃饭了吗? 你的家人爱你。
Little brother have you eaten? Your family loves you. Tranquility and harmony.
Isabella Fullerwater - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 07:33:40 EST etyRET3r No.181448 Reply
is this one of those so called China Bots?
I really doubt this place is inundated with WoW gold farmer graduates
Augustus Blythefield - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 14:59:00 EST Oi89F67V No.181454 Reply

This is not the china bot, this is the response to china bot, a friendly reminder to eat regularly and that you are loved.

The last part is more, well, beijing internet and social policy.

equivalent translation could be.

bro are you okay? your family loves you.
no wrongthink now

Bush, Obama, Trump: SSDD

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- Mon, 09 Dec 2019 10:51:52 EST ZbKQHcFk No.181381
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Two major claims in the documents are that US officials manipulated statistics to suggest to the American public that the war was being won and that successive administrations turned a blind eye to widespread corruption among Afghan officials, allowing the theft of US aid with impunity.

The papers depict the view of many people of a conflict with vague and unachievable war aims, pursued under three US presidents, George W Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump, whose alleged successes were presented repeatedly in inflated terms.
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Cedric Dackleham - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 09:18:19 EST TlOg9kyG No.181437 Reply
It had a coalition and an international mandate and goals.
Angus Pittfoot - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 22:27:48 EST fxZPTs+O No.181440 Reply
The Taliban know what the fuck they're doing and the Kabul government is so ridiculously corrupt and incompetent that they would collapse on the day we left. And we should leave, and we should let the Taliban control Afghanistan, and we should let some other country, probably China, worry about that fucking place. It's a big sunk cost fallacy now keeping any American troops there.

And American troops still die there fruitlessly. Two SEALs who were alumni of my high school got killed when a jury rigged Taliban anti-air system hit their helicopter and brought it down. Had to have a whole ass assembly for them, it was ridiculous.
Nell Hunderridge - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 06:35:54 EST TlOg9kyG No.181447 Reply
And we keep shoveling more and more in. People actually thought that this time it would be different but the same people keep doing the same things, the same reps keep voting the same ways. Loads and loads of people got absolutely tricked.

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