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UK government bans sex

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- Mon, 19 Oct 2020 10:37:49 EST jcO/qaUS No.188163
File: 1603118269884.png -(6929B / 6.77KB, 371x161) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. UK government bans sex
Sex banned indoors, "dogging" trends in UK
>Couples living apart in areas with Tier 2 restrictions are not allowed to have sleepovers unless they are in a “support bubble”, Downing Street confirmed today.

>The Prime Minister’s official spokesman told a briefing of Westminster journalists: “The rules on household mixing in Tier 2 set out that you should mix with your own household only unless you’ve formed a support bubble and that obviously does apply to some couples.”

>Asked why there was no exemption for people in established relationships in Tier 2, he replied: “Because the purpose of the measures that were put in place is to break the chain in transmission between households and the scientific advice is there is greater transmission of the virus indoors.”

>Asked if couples in Tier 2 can meet outside, he said: “Yes, as it was set out in the guidance that was published this week the ban on household mixing is in relation to indoors and outdoors the rule of six applies.”
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UnifiedDiff-GI - Fri, 23 Oct 2020 05:14:25 EST d9A4z5eW No.188263 Reply

> Helps its people

That would predicate a real problem that would, dunno, kill people instead of just locking people indoors to bring about some NWO.
Esther Figglecocke - Thu, 29 Oct 2020 04:34:07 EST vJzt15Nj No.188351 Reply
Yeah in the UK the government helping it's people is a thing. They give contracts to companies with no assets owned by party donors and etonian school frends, illegal tax breaks to newspaper owners (also party donors) and give themselves a pay rise while refusing the feed children. When this is over they'll cut benefits to "pay off the national debt" then give the rich a tax cut "for the economy" and we will fail at managing both but their friends will be rich.

They have gone for some really half arse lockdown restrictions with almost no benefit but a big cost. They haven't even "got brexit done" it's just happened by default. The pubs shutting at 10 was stupid. Track and trace doesn't work and there's no confidence in anything they do because their PR lead is more important than anyone else in the country.

All governments look after their people. The problem is who "their people" is.

Bolivia defies coup mas wins in landslide victory

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- Tue, 20 Oct 2020 01:47:22 EST Xbp4M2un No.188171
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William Worthingstone - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 08:42:34 EST jJPunZyp No.188211 Reply
Why's that one dude not in heaven in his picture?
George Sittingdock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 10:04:20 EST qPbFZDTy No.188213 Reply
I worry them renationalizing everything that got privatized in the last year is going to be enough reason to have a real US invasion instead of an op.

Native Americans Protesting Trump Wall Gassed, Arrested by US Agents on Indigenous Peoples' Day

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- Wed, 14 Oct 2020 15:30:27 EST 2MTu2kbm No.188086
File: 1602703827610.jpg -(43851B / 42.82KB, 401x473) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Native Americans Protesting Trump Wall Gassed, Arrested by US Agents on Indigenous Peoples' Day
>The collective stated that those who were ripped out of vehicles and tear gassed included "children and people with vulnerable health" who were attempting observe the ceremony from the safety of their cars.

>According to the group, the police "grabbed children who had been in vehicles and abducted them from their parents — stealing children from Indigenous parents for practicing their religion is a clear violation of the Freedom of Religion Act and the Indian Child Welfare Act."

>"It's obscene and offensive to us that local and state governments move to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day while the federal government blows up our sacred sites, steals our kids, militarily occupies our communities, and shoots at Native Americans praying to protect our land and ancestors from desecration," said one O'odham tribal member who was present at the ceremony Monday morning.
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George Lightcocke - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 13:07:37 EST 6fkIdH4e No.188125 Reply

Calling on the rest of the world: someone invade America and end this shit show.
Shit Diffingched - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 10:50:47 EST cEAL/Bok No.188189 Reply
The ironic timing of this indignity should be outrageous, but this kind of insult to genocidal injury is just so fucking on brand for the United States that it's just tiring.

United States buttmad that Saudí Arabia didn't get on the UN Human Rights council

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- Mon, 19 Oct 2020 10:31:57 EST jcO/qaUS No.188162
File: 1603117917884.jpg -(133849B / 130.71KB, 800x533) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. United States buttmad that Saudí Arabia didn't get on the UN Human Rights council
>In a secret ballot at the United Nations yesterday, Saudi Arabia was rejected for a position on the body’s 47-country Human Rights Council (HRC). The only country that did not receive the required number of votes from member states, the failure has been seen as a repudiation of the Kingdom’s abysmal human rights record and its decreasing international support.

>Saudi Arabia’s allies in the West had actually been campaigning to halt the election of states that draw Washington’s ire, including China, Djibouti, and Cuba, trying to organize opposition against those nations, but were ultimately unsuccessful. China received 41 fewer votes than it did in 2016, amid increased global concern over the alleged treatment of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang Province, but ultimately comfortably surpassed the 50 percent threshold for admission.

>The reaction from the U.S. government, which left the HRC in 2018 over its perceived bias against Israel, was similarly angry. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo released a statement claiming that the election of countries like China, Djibouti, Cuba (and Venezuela in 2019) has shown that the institution is now broken beyond repair.

>Much of the media today has been in a furor that the “world’s worst abusers” (The Times) like China, Djibouti, and Cuba are set to join or rejoin the council. The Guardian suggested that the institution’s credibility is at stake. Yet in the talk of human rights violators joining the council, the election of other states with questionable records was never discussed. Bolivia, whose murderous far-right government came to power in a U.S.-backed military coup in November, was also elected, but with no fanfare or condemnation. As was Cameroon, whose dictatorial head of state Paul Biya has been in charge of the country since Gerald Ford was president of the United States. Other states with contentious records included were Narendra Modi’s India, Rodrigo Duterte’s Philippines, and the Qatari dictatorship.

>Saudi Arabia was elected twice to the HRC between 2014-2016 and 2017-2019. Its new failure to secure more than 90 votes is a sign of increasing discontent with its policies in Yemen, declared the world’s worst humanitarian disaster by the United Nations, where 24 million people (80 percent of the country) need some form of humanitarian assistance. Yet under pressure from the U.S. government, aid has been cut to just 25 cents per person, per day. The kingdom has played a key role in stymying any international action to deal with the humanitarian catastrophe, using its position at the HRC to block UN inquiries into its own abuses in Yemen.

>Internally, the country is often described as the most repressive regime on the planet, with millions of people suffering under slave-like conditions, according to Human Rights Watch. While on the council, it attempted to block a resolution that condemned the use of torture by law enforcement and reaffirms the human rights of LGBT people. Inside Saudi Arabia, homosexuality is still punishable with the death penalty.

>Ultimately, while yesterday’s election is the sign of a slightly more multipolar world, the results are unlikely to seriously change the direction of the organization, with the United Nations constantly blocked from taking action unless all of the world’s superpowers allow it.
Shit Diffingched - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 10:57:58 EST cEAL/Bok No.188191 Reply
Honestly the fact that Saudi Arabia was ever on the HRC before is proof that the while thing is a meaningless sideshow

Bipartisan bill to give Israel veto power over US arms sales

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- Wed, 14 Oct 2020 12:40:59 EST 2MTu2kbm No.188081
File: 1602693659610.jpg -(112948B / 110.30KB, 960x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Bipartisan bill to give Israel veto power over US arms sales
>A bipartisan bill introduced in the House of Representatives would enhance protections for Israel’s qualitative military edge to include an effective Israeli veto on US arms sales to the Middle East.

>The bill “would require the President to consult with the Israeli government to ensure [qualitative military edge] concerns are settled” when it comes to arms sales to Middle Eastern countries, said the news release Friday announcing its introduction the previous day. The release came from the office of the bill’s lead sponsor, Illinois Democrat Rep. Brad Schneider.

>Existing law already guarantees Israel a qualitative military edge in the Middle East, but Congress — not Israel — is the arbiter of whether an arms sale meets QME standards.

>AIPAC, the prominent Israel lobby, supports the new measure.
Reuben Fanwill - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 04:40:53 EST Rb09iYiv No.188137 Reply
So if the bill passes, Israel can block US arm sales to the Middle East ?
Shit Diffingched - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 10:52:46 EST cEAL/Bok No.188190 Reply
Basically Israel gets to have final say on how the US spends its blood money in the region.

Which sure seems like foreign government interference in the political process but watch the corporate media ignore this entirely.

UK court decision to give Venezuela back $1.95b in gold stolen by Bank of England

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- Wed, 14 Oct 2020 13:36:31 EST 2MTu2kbm No.188082
File: 1602696991610.jpg -(419860B / 410.02KB, 1964x1473) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. UK court decision to give Venezuela back $1.95b in gold stolen by Bank of England
>A United Kingdom court has handed the Venezuelan government of Nicolas Maduro a major win today, overturning a previous ruling from a lower court that legitimized the British government’s decision to freeze Venezuelan government gold reserves held in the Bank of England. The English Court of Appeal ruled that the Conservative administration of Boris Johnson’s position that Juan Guaidó is the country’s legitimate ruler was far from equivocal, potentially paving the way for some $1.95 billion of the Central Bank of Venezuela’s gold to be accessed.

>Following President Trump’s lead, in July, the U.K. government took the extraordinary step of derecognizing President Maduro in favor of the self-declared Guaidó, despite the fact that for nearly six months, he had not even been a member of his Popular Will party, let alone its leader. The move was labeled “highway robbery” by supporters of the Venezuelan government.

New Labour leader purges progressive members for recognizing Israel's role in US police violence

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- Fri, 26 Jun 2020 18:08:09 EST wxAA2OTw No.186174
File: 1593209289063.jpg -(39033B / 38.12KB, 828x451) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. New Labour leader purges progressive members for recognizing Israel's role in US police violence
The new UK Labour leader, Keir Starmer, has fired his party's education shadow minister, Rebecca Long-Bailey, for liking an interview with a Labour-supporting actress on Twitter. The interview covered multiple topics, but one of those mentioned was how many American police departments are trained by Israeli police in brutal tactics including the "knee-on-the-neck" move that killed George Floyd. The firing was done at the request of the Israel lobby and continues Starmer's purge of everyone in the party to the left of Tony Blair:

Supposedly, acknowledging this fact of US police training is considered insulting to Israel, and in the UK anything insulting to Israel is considered automatically antisemitic. This is despite the fact that this has been known and acknowledged by multiple outlets including Amnesty International:

Starmer received a lot of money from the Israel lobby in his bid to replace Corbyn as party leader:

And the left wing of the party sees this as the latest power play in his ongoing campaign to purge the party of all remaining Corbyn elements:

Other have noted that this move also comes after Long-Bailey publicly shamed Starmer for joining the Conservative's push to reopen schools despite the pandemic, leading to a predicable doubling in infections:

In short: fuck the neoliberal new Labour party, fuck Israel, and fuck the police
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Emma Lighthall - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 09:15:18 EST GW1axdWk No.186771 Reply
The degree to which Anglo politics is completely controlled byt Middle Eastern dictatorships is bonkers.
William Fegglebury - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 12:26:47 EST hbaN6wDW No.187726 Reply
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Step 1: sabotoge your own party and intentionally lose an election
Step 2: blame the voters for allowing you intentionally lose the election
Step 3: military-industrial complex profit

Turkish F-16 vs Armenian SU-25

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- Wed, 30 Sep 2020 10:11:40 EST S/ld5FwN No.187842
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Turkey denied an Armenian claim that Turkey's F-16 fighter jets had shot down an Armenian SU-25 warplane during clashes over the breakaway Nagorny Karabakh region.
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Hedda Ficklehall - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 07:02:46 EST DbC7oknk No.188142 Reply
Who else covers "protestors blocked traffic" stories?
Xinnie the Pooh - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 06:21:41 EST S/ld5FwN No.188179 Reply
Any news station? Usually "protestors blocked traffic" stories don't get on the front page though.
Thomas Greenwell - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 08:48:37 EST pRZJAvRJ No.188184 Reply
>Any news station?
Nope lol. Perhaps the traffic on your local news, I'll give you that, but most news outlets cover the protests, not the traffic situation as you see from foxnews.

Uighur holocaust in China

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- Mon, 20 Jul 2020 22:48:06 EST PmrmBY2z No.186524
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Drone footage of blindfolded and tied down Uighurs being transported into trains.

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Edwin Ciblingford - Wed, 07 Oct 2020 16:46:19 EST K5s8KCyz No.187970 Reply
>Rumsfeld was the main spokesperson. Look at what trump said back when, to steal their oil. He wasn't even a politician. He still isn't today.
I know I am answering to troll so I don't even bother so fuck you
Shit Suzzleworth - Wed, 14 Oct 2020 12:17:23 EST 23mwZvl9 No.188079 Reply
> Points to long historical record of capitalist countries lying and conspiring together.
> "Yes. It's all a big conspiracy. If it's a capitalist country, it means they are lying."

The common liberal refrain: "Just because socialists have always been correct doesn't mean they're correct this time!"
Xinnie the Pooh - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 06:25:12 EST S/ld5FwN No.188181 Reply
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Thanks for ruining MULAN, Disney....

Nobel Peace Prize goes to the World Food Programme

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- Fri, 09 Oct 2020 20:01:03 EST O/6wg8YU No.187994
File: 1602288063849.jpg -(76475B / 74.68KB, 712x675) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Nobel Peace Prize goes to the World Food Programme

On the surface it seems as a 'safe' prize. Another one of the UN organizations got it, big deal right?

Well covid as already shaken the supply lines of food around the world, and conflicts like in Yemen has shown how hunger is used as a weapon.
This is really a critique of how the world handles the most essential of all human life, and a way of putting at least some focus on how this is both used in war and may lead to war.

It's easy to forget that our world and reality today is in part created by the efforts of organizations like this. People remaining behind the scenes and ignored by media, risking their lives to ensure people get to eat their sorely needed rations while your fat ass eat three 1 dollar cheeze burgers at McDonalds in one sitting.

Inb4 the hurr-durrs about the Nobel peace prize being political. Like a prize about world peace could ever be non-political/%]
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Fucking Hedgeridge - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 20:27:24 EST O/6wg8YU No.188110 Reply

The whole Israel thing is controversial for the area, especially the Palestinians, and more of a result of changing alliances in the ME great game than Orange Man himself. Orange Man literally risked war with, and humiliated, Iran by assassinating their top general on public display as well. And escalated bombings in Syria.

Try again.
Xinnie the Pooh - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 06:22:56 EST S/ld5FwN No.188180 Reply
I thought the Nobel Peace Prize is for a person, not an organisation....

Y'all Queda and Vanilla ISIS try hand at kidnapping and murder

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- Thu, 08 Oct 2020 21:23:45 EST B+tkmqjb No.187981
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Feds thwart militia plot to kidnap Whitmer

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David Blellypidging - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 16:41:32 EST yrqdzkuj No.188154 Reply
So where are their documented ties to WS/WN or dominionist groups? Where is the evidence that links them to a broader ethnoreligious movement?

Then maybe there should be a media inquiry into the churches they attended and the messages being preached, just like every other institution connected with violent radicals. Again, with WS/WN types we usually build a pretty clear profile of how they were radicalized, ditto with religious militants. That such a profile doesn't exist here suggests to me that these guys were not ethnically or religiously motivated.
Emma Girringtine - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 21:36:40 EST IEx9Oafs No.188159 Reply
There is no sanity in the USA anymore.

How can you deal with Americans when they look you in the eye and say that the
US had TSA groping in 1776?

Amazon / Whole Foods systematically tracks employees for an "union risk" assessment heat map

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- Tue, 21 Apr 2020 13:26:21 EST E2Yofruj No.184561
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>Amazon-owned Whole Foods is tracking and scoring stores it deems at risk of unionizing, according to five people with knowledge of the effort and internal documents viewed by Business Insider.
>The scores are based on more than two dozen metrics, including racial diversity, employee loyalty, "tipline" calls, and violations recorded by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
>Whole Foods is keeping an eye on stores at risk of unionizing through an interactive heat map, according to five people with knowledge of the matter and internal documents viewed by Business Insider.
>The stores' scores on each metric are fed into the heat map, which is a geographic illustration of the United States peppered with red spots to indicate high-risk Whole Foods stores.
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Chinabot - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 12:08:14 EST zv6Y9w8Q No.188148 Reply
I understand your logic but I disagree because the clandestine nature of these weapons are their appeal. I think that if people knew about them they would demand regulation and possible all out bans. The ability to do harm to others with little to no attribution is also the appeal. If someone was targeting you for some reason and you told them you were being hurt with microwave weapons they would just say you're crazy and you could possibly have a nice 72hour stay somewhere. If advertisement for these products took place in an open market the knowledge of their use would lessen their appeal.

Where are advertisements for illegal drugs, sex slaves, assassinations, extortion/black mail, chemical weapons? This list goes on. The black market is an economy of it's own. Really silly where are the advertisements for South American coups?

France beheaded

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- Sat, 17 Oct 2020 09:06:54 EST S/ld5FwN No.188117
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Was a gullitone used? Haha.
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Phineas Sapperhot - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 10:33:43 EST zv6Y9w8Q No.188119 Reply
Such a shame that happened. Religious extremism is a social disease. Odd thing about how the authorities handled it in my opinion though is they arrested his family. Where they undocumented migrants or was this just another "well they're Muslim too!"?
Doris Darthood - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 06:46:53 EST Xbp4M2un No.188140 Reply
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Hardly any of the terrorist attacks in Europe are done by migrants, they are mostly second or third generation citizens, which shows the complete failing of the state to integrate certain minorities. Most ISIS fighters are second/third generation citizens as well btw .

I'm not saying Islam isn't shit, but this isn't an immigration problem nor an Islamic one, it is an issue of the government completely abandoning their marginalized citizens.
Walter Pammlekeck - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 13:17:01 EST fxZPTs+O No.188151 Reply
2nd gen immigrants are always psychologically fucked up.

Hackers are using a severe Windows bug to backdoor unpatched servers

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- Sun, 18 Oct 2020 04:46:00 EST Rb09iYiv No.188138
File: 1603010760188.gif -(127489B / 124.50KB, 1097x805) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Hackers are using a severe Windows bug to backdoor unpatched servers
Patch your Windows PC
Sophie Trotville - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 11:39:21 EST 9lIK3RQ1 No.188145 Reply
What else is new? Windows was backdoored from the start already. If you don't play vidya, there's no excuse to not switch to linux.
Nathaniel Fugglebock - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 11:48:37 EST zv6Y9w8Q No.188146 Reply
Agreed even many drivers exist for Linux these days

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