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GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! by Hugh Crupperpit - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 01:23:39 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.173371 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.cnet.com/news/democrats-introduce-save-the-internet-act-to-restore-net-neutrality/
Yeah yeah Pelosi and Schumer, but still
>Democrats still aren't done fighting for net neutrality. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other House and Senate Democrats on Wednesday introduced the Save the Internet Act of 2019, which aims to restore open internet rules that were repealed in 2017.

>The Obama-era rules, which lasted from 2015 to 2018, banned broadband providers from slowing or blocking access to the internet or charging companies higher fees for faster access. Democrats in Congress have said the repeal allows for large broadband and wireless companies to "control people's online activities."

>"86 percent of Americans opposed Trump's assault on net neutrality, including 82 percent of Republicans," Pelosi said during the press conference on Wednesday. "With 'Save The Internet Act,' Democrats are honoring the will of the people."

>The legislation is being lead-sponsored by Massachusetts Sen. Edward J. Markey in the Senate and Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Doyle in the House. Markey also tweeted out a copy of the bill on Wednesday, saying nearly every Democrat in the Senate had joined him to introduce it.
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William Bravingkark - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 03:30:58 EST ID:JJfRbRWk No.173589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How and why is Ajit Pai the FCC Chairman? He hates internet & telecommunications!
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Lydia Blackway - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 10:24:19 EST ID:oh2IPN86 No.173600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173589
Cause Trump thought it would be hilarious to appoint people who hate protecting consumers.
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Samuel Meffingnug - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 14:26:00 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.173749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173371
https://www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/house-hearing-on-democrats-net-neutrality-bill-gets-testy/
Why the fuck should we bother working with them? These are the same fucking assholes to toe it up to begin with. Fuck em.


Trump caves to Big Business, supports unprecedented levels of mass-immigration by Henry Turveydock - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 10:56:04 EST ID:I7JHJ65/ No.173570 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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America's first Cheeto-colored president has officially done a 180 on his most important campaign issue: After being elected as a nationalist who would protect domestic wage levels and working condition standards by restricting immigration, he now vocally supports the globalization of America's labor market through the process of mass-immigration.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/08/us/politics/trump-anti-immigration-groups-betrayal.html
>President Trump has been railing about the urgent need for a wall to protect against what he calls “an invasion” of illegal immigrants flooding across the southwestern border. But he has also been delivering another message: “We need workers,” he told a group of activists recently.

>In other words, he wants more immigrants.

>“I want people to come into our country, in the largest numbers ever, but they have to come in legally,” Mr. Trump ad-libbed last month during his State of the Union address.

>Corporations and influential corporate conservatives such as Charles G. Koch and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have long urged the president to help them recruit the talent they need by expanding the number of workers who can enter the United States from other countries.

>“We’re going to have a lot of people coming into the country. We want a lot of people coming in. And we need it,” Mr. Trump said as he sat next to Tim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, and other executives. “We want to have the companies grow, and the only way they’re going to grow is if we give them the workers”

>Comments like those from the president have ignited furious criticism from his hard-line, anti-immigrant supporters who accuse him of caving to demands for cheap foreign labor from corporations, establishment Republicans and big donors while abandoning his election promise to protect his working-class supporters from the effects of globalism.

>They argue that tight labor markets make it exactly the wrong time to allow more foreign workers to compete with Americans. Chris Chmielenski, the deputy director of NumbersUSA, which lobbies for lower legal immigration, said companies should be pressured to hire more Americans instead.
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Ebenezer Blytheham - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 13:30:26 EST ID:bJYEF8vu No.173580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173579
>the party that nominated him is still controlled by economic, religious and cultural forces fundamentally at odds with the majority of the party base
Specifically forces that directly benefit from mass immigration (among other things) and will always obstruct populism and nationalism so long as they have the power.

The frankenstein coalition of the Bush, Rubio, Romney, and Adelson constituencies may have lost the presidency, but they still control the party and the interests they represent still run your country.

Unless you can rid your party of those influences, they will always undermine the wants of the voters, especially on immigration.
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Henry Turveydock - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 13:57:30 EST ID:I7JHJ65/ No.173582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>173579
>>173574
I had very low expectations for him before the election, but during his first couple of months he did seemingly try as best as he could to fulfill his promises, churning out one executive order after the other. Even CNN had to admit this:
https://edition.cnn.com/2017/01/27/politics/donald-trump-first-week/index.html
(and I remember another article where they criticized him even for working too hard to fulfill his promises, calling him "obsessed")
Whereas my support was lukewarm and mostly based on hatred for Clinton before the election, I was totally on the Trump train after a few weeks of seeing him in office.

The first major setback was his first missile strike on Syria. That was such a sudden shock, because I was expecting a mostly anti-interventionist America-first policy, not the warmongering Israel-first policy of previous administrations. People on the right made fucking songs about that:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMapTxtPffc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K30KiDCkyOU

So he quickly disappointed on the foreign policy front, but on domestic issues he always seemed to do one horrible thing followed by a good thing, at least in 2017. By mid-2018 or so it was basically all negative, from my perspective.

I've been thoroughly disenchanted with him for some time now, and I'm actually glad he made this statement so that other former Drumpfkins can finally get over him too.
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Clara Dartwell - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 15:49:27 EST ID:rm5eGWH6 No.173583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173579
didn't see this coming, ?? even democrats would not do this form of government


A Florida Massage Parlor Owner Has Been Selling Chinese Execs Access to Trump at Mar-a-Lago by Wesley Bruvingmore - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 09:11:56 EST ID:k4enMT4C No.173472 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2019/03/a-florida-massage-parlor-owner-has-been-selling-chinese-execs-access-to-trump-at-mar-a-lago/

This isn't huge because someone is selling access to Trump at Mar-a-Lago, nor even that these people are Chinese, it's huge because this chick founded a bunch of brothels that traffick in Chinese sex slaves and also serve a clientel that is super wealthy and highly politically connected and that one of those brothels was busted and that brothel just so happened to be right next to Mar-a-lago and was full of members Mar-a-lago. Basically that all introduces the possibility of blackmail on a large scale in regards to lots of people with access to Trump and the GOP.
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Charlotte Smallham - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 07:19:36 EST ID:k4enMT4C No.173496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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reminder that the Steele dossier said that Trump's business ties to China were much more extensive and corrupt than his ties to Russia.
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Shitting Sillychag - Wed, 13 Mar 2019 15:16:34 EST ID:/MwhWfsN No.173559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCnvCXi31T0
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Fuck Fuckingwell - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 13:56:19 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.173581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173496
Of course. Bribery is considered standard business practice in China. Well, in Russia too.


Trump is trying to give Saudi Arabia nukes by Albert Bellerchene - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 21:50:00 EST ID:47/9k5QS No.173065 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.truthdig.com/articles/white-house-officials-pushed-to-share-nuclear-tech-with-saudis/
>Senior White House officials pushed a project to share nuclear power technology with Saudi Arabia despite the objections of ethics and national security officials, according to a new congressional report citing whistleblowers within the Trump administration.

We're all gonna fucking die
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Edwin Worthingwater - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 00:48:08 EST ID:NCqRcLj/ No.173369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173325
Oh yeah let's give yet another cultist theocracy nuclear technology what a wonderful idea. It isn't like India hasn't had problems. Let's sell them more swords to execute gay people while we're at it.
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Wesley Blytheway - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 08:52:18 EST ID:0k+47I+E No.173503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173369
I wish man did not discover nuclear power.
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Ebenezer Cublingleg - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 22:02:39 EST ID:4scaaRdR No.173542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173503

How else are we to become death, destroyer of worlds?


Former US soldiers acting as mercenaries in Haiti, arrested and sent home by Beatrice Mebblestot - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 09:10:17 EST ID:b+9Smsy+ No.173184 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://nationalpost.com/news/world/five-heavily-armed-u-s-mercenaries-were-captured-in-haiti-why-were-they-allowed-to-fly-straight-home
>As riots over official corruption engulfed the nation, the eight men were captured Sunday in the capital Port-au-Prince by Haitian police. In their vehicles — which had no external number plates — were found automatic weapons, pistols, a telescope, satellite phones, drones and ballistic vests. Fake number plates were also found.

>The men, apprehended near the country’s central bank, said they were on a “government mission,” when stopped by police. Police spokesman Michel-Ange Louis-Jeune said the men refused to say anything else except that they would call their unidentified bosses. Which “government” the men spoke of was never made clear.

>The men are ex-Navy SEALS Christopher Michael Osman and Christopher Mark McKinley; Kent Leland Kroeker, an ex-Marine; fellow U.S. citizens Dustin Porte and Talon Ray Burton; two Serbian men, Danilo Bajagic and Vlade Jankvic; and one Haitian, Michael Estera. One of the Serbs is said to be a U.S. permanent resident.

>Despite their arsenal and apparent criminal conspiracy charges laid by Haitian police, seven of the men were subsequently allowed to fly back to the U.S. on Wednesday, having never appeared for a Port-au-Prince court date set for the same day. Only the Haitian Estera was left behind.
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Phoebe Biffinglock - Fri, 08 Mar 2019 09:45:58 EST ID:4WWJAEqO No.173428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173341
yet...
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Phineas Billinglock - Fri, 08 Mar 2019 12:35:13 EST ID:gZemkrrU No.173432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Trying to take over small Caribean states. A classic tradition for US vets.
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Wesley Blytheway - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 08:45:55 EST ID:0k+47I+E No.173500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173432
It USA 's rite of passage into manhood.
>Passes the ammo for the AR-15


Clinton won't run in 2020 by Lillian Dartforth - Wed, 06 Mar 2019 03:49:58 EST ID:fafBbcl7 No.173326 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://time.com/5543634/hillary-clinton-2020-president-campaign/

Does that mean that we're going to have a Sanders presidency? I hope that that means that we're going to have a Sanders presidency.
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Clara Brurrychetch - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 17:21:18 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.173481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>173479
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Market_liberalism
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Isabella Duckshaw - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 18:28:17 EST ID:lC6quZ8C No.173489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173481
>The term "market liberalism" is used in two distinct ways
Lol.
Define Liberal.
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Edward Pongerwell - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 19:22:31 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.173490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173489
Just ignore the American definition for liberalism because America is retarded and Americans are retarded.



Major Protests in France by Edwin Dumblefield - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 18:02:26 EST ID:1fIHantD No.172879 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/n/ sure is slow when shit doesn't involve the US.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-46492070

There's been some major protests and riots in France the past few weeks. At first it was about gasoline tax, but it has grown into a major protest against how middle to low classes are being fucked by France elites in general. We're talking 24% youth unemployment and basically stagnant growth for wages of lower income families, and they're angry.

And following proper tradition, these protests are ugly with violence against police. Thousands have been arrested.
Interestingly it seems like far-right and far-left are on the same side of this one as well. Macron fucked up, and France is now a pressure cooker.
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acked france - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 08:32:34 EST ID:afUgCeLh No.173470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173464
Trump used, can't always get what you want. By the Rolling Stones. The Stones have, Under My thumb. How many decades have the right wingers whined about
france being 'surrender monkeys for no reason?' Get over it,,,,,,,, they fought ww2
likely better than the us, when it comes down to it.

Seriously, decades by now, the us monkeys have attacked france for no reason.
did you miss it? dude
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Ian Murdfuck - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 08:34:10 EST ID:g+vb2gyp No.173471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>173463
>So what's the alternative to Macron?
How about a new constitution with a democratic system that doesn't result in the population from choosing between a neoliberal and a fascist?
Such a system is clearly broken.

Besides, average lifespan of a French state over the last 250 years is ~25 years. This one's over 60, isn't it time to upgrade?
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Nathaniel Brovingnen - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 17:07:06 EST ID:XjrLTKB0 No.173480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173465
>>173470
Neither of these terrible posts you made give any examples of how France is under the US thumb.


White Nationalist Coast Guard Officer Arrested for Planning Mass Murder by Beatrice Mebblestot - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 09:22:59 EST ID:b+9Smsy+ No.173186 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just in case you missed it, since the media was oddly quiet about it:
https://theintercept.com/2019/02/21/white-nationalist-coast-guard-terrorism-justice-department-christopher-hasson/
>The Justice Department is not usually shy about publicizing alleged terrorism plots that it uncovers in the United States. This week, however, news broke of a violent extremist plot in the United States that court documents chillingly noted would have led to the “murder of innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country.” Outside of the court filings, however, the Justice Department did not say a word.

>The plot involved Christopher Hasson, 49, a self-described white nationalist. Hasson is a lieutenant in the United States Coast Guard and had amassed a terrifying arsenal of weaponry, along with a hit list of prominent liberal politicians and media figures in the country that he had allegedly been planning to kill. Hasson had been arrested on gun and drug charges but was described in court documents as a “domestic terrorist, bent on committing acts dangerous to human life that are intended to affect governmental conduct.” Among those he was planning to target included Democratic politicians Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., as well as Sens. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. He also, according to court documents, planned to target CNN host Don Lemon and MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, among others.
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Jarvis Mogglebedge - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 09:42:05 EST ID:lWlEy1EO No.173299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173297
please tell us more stories on a drug themed imageboard about how important and awesome you are IRL
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Simon Pockson - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 14:18:45 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ignore the troll. Dollars to Donuts is the same guy who was using standard White Supremacist trolling tactics the past few days, just using a new method to disrupt and annoy.
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Rebecca Honeyspear - Tue, 05 Mar 2019 09:49:11 EST ID:tlilhxRg No.173314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh wow, a white right wing terrorist.

Gee, if only we had some good guys with guns...


Ammon Bundy abandons militia movement in solidarity with migrants by David Grimbury - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 11:43:45 EST ID:X65MCWOm No.172939 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Remember that crazy Mormon rancher family that became darlings of the right by threatening government agents with guns?

Turns out they got too woke and quit the militia movement out solidarity with the migrants, and now their followers are mad:
http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2018/12/ammon-bundy-quits-militia-movement-defends-migrant-caravan.html
>Bizarrely, the following that Bundy had amassed by threatening insurrectionary violence against Barack Obama’s government did not take kindly to his call for solidarity with the oppressed of Central America.

>“It’s like being in a room full of people in here, trying to teach, and no one is listening,” Bundy told BuzzFeed News this week. “The vast majority seemed to hang on to what seemed like hate, and fear, and almost warmongering, and I don’t want to associate myself with warmongers.”

>Thus, Bundy shut down his social-media accounts Tuesday, and announced that he was cutting ties with the “patriot groups” that had once rallied to the cause of helping his dad shirk over $1 million in grazing fees.

>As Hernandez notes, Bundy’s heretical hostility to xenophobic hate isn’t as out of character as it might appear to a lay audience. While the Bundys are heroes to a movement associated with militant nativism, they’ve always belonged to a peculiar strand of the American militia movement — one whose hostility to the federal government is rooted less in white nationalism than a libertarian Mormonism that honors the Church of Latter-day Saints’ traditional support for refugees.
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Emma Sibblehat - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 21:43:02 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.173057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173052
I mean honestly all these things just make Mormons suspicious. I still consider them a cult, but it is always funny when anyone with spine or sense of decency rare they are tell the slimiest people in US politics to get fucked.
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Archie Clizzlebanks - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 11:48:18 EST ID:DoCsN2tY No.173237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>172939
Never trust a Mormon.

Globalist desert pedo-cultists will never have your interests at heart.
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Nathaniel Hoblingstone - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 14:00:06 EST ID:tpObBmgQ No.173240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173237
>globalist
Do you even know what that word means?


'Europe Condemns People to Drown' by Forcing MSF Ship to Cease Migrant Rescue Missions by David Grimbury - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 11:46:34 EST ID:X65MCWOm No.172940 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Fuckin Italians, man:
https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/12/07/europe-condemns-people-drown-forcing-msf-ship-cease-migrant-rescue-missions
>After a long standoff and amid an ongoing global refugee crisis, European nations led by anti-immigrant Italian politicians have forced a migrant rescue ship that has saved tens of thousands of people trapped in international waters between Libya, Italy, and Malta to cease operations.

>"Europe condemns people to drown," warned Médecins Sans Frontières—also known as MSF or Doctors Without Borders—which operated the ship, Aquarius, with its partner SOS MEDITERRANEE. With just this vessel, the groups have rescued an estimated 30,000 people since February of 2016.

>"This is a dark day," declared MSF general director Nelke Manders. "Not only has Europe failed to provide search and rescue capacity, it has also actively sabotaged others' attempts to save lives. The end of Aquarius means more deaths at sea, and more needless deaths that will go unwitnessed."

>As the BBC noted, citing data from the United Nations' International Organization for Migration (IOM), "more than 2,000 people have died or gone missing making crossings this year, compared to more than 3,000 last year." At least a dozen people died this week, according to IOM, when a rubber boat that had spent more than 10 days at sea capsized off the Libyan coast.

>Despite such tragedies, the world's richest nations have turned their backs on those fleeing crises in their homelands.
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Reuben Nunnerfoot - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 01:31:21 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173224
Cool Story, bro.
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Jack Ferrymune - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 10:01:12 EST ID:pQvsc5gx No.173229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173224
>Refugees have been leaving venezuela for over 4 years now

Longer than that. I've known venezuelans who left the country over a decade ago when chavez first took power. Even back then anyone with any amount of money and more than 3 brain cells could see plainly that the writing was on the wall.
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Phineas Deggleherk - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 10:09:57 EST ID:xw4XW4iF No.173230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173224
Corporations were chartered for and remain about domination since Euros were the real boat people. They only channeled the force first, it is not a native cause. We are still living in its trough, techno-capital transference to the third world was a mistake.


Vote to end US-backed genocide in Yemen blocked by bipartisan coalition by Martha Gillerbanks - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 10:00:53 EST ID:nZRoEBBb No.173021 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://splinternews.com/5-house-democrats-join-paul-ryan-to-vote-for-more-yemen-1831054719
https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/12/12/what-despicable-sham-msnbcs-chris-hayes-denounces-five-house-democrats-cowards
>On Wednesday, a procedural vote on the Farm Bill—an agricultural spending bill which passed with massive bipartisan support shortly afterward—effectively prevented the House from voting on a resolution to end the war in Yemen for the rest of this Congress’s session.

>The procedural vote passed 206-203, despite the fact that 18 Republicans voted against it. Make no mistake: 201 Republicans still voted in favor of continuing to support military action that has killed tens of thousands and engendered widespread famine, but at this point we expect that kind of cruelty from them.

>What put them over was the support of five House Democrats, who voted with the Republican majority to pass the Farm Bill rule change. If they had stuck with their party—and, more importantly, had any sense of conscience—there’s a very good chance a Yemen resolution could have made it to Trump’s desk before the end of the year. Now there is almost none.

The five Democrats who voted with Republicans to block the vote:
>Jim Costa (Calif.)
>Al Lawson (Fla.)
>Collin Peterson (Minn.)
>Dutch Rupperberger (Md.)
>David Scott (Ga.)
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Nigel Crepperforth - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 21:46:53 EST ID:8pt/AtPX No.173174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173171
Cool Story, Bro.
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Barnaby Clayfoot - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 22:36:07 EST ID:k6rJOuXZ No.173175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173173
Cool story, bro
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John Govinggold - Tue, 26 Feb 2019 21:35:49 EST ID:NsiMeBr3 No.173176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173175
Cool story, bruh


Ferguson activist's son found hanging from tree, police refuse to investigate by Jack Breblingpit - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 13:14:49 EST ID:9YB0+HFv No.172333 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Black protesters and their families continue to die in mysterious circumstances; mainstream media continues to ignore it:
https://www.essence.com/amp/news/what-happened-to-danye-jones-son-of-ferguson-activist-found-hanged-from-tree/
>Earlier this month, on Oct. 17. Ferguson activist Melissa McKinnies found her 24-year-old son Danye Jones dead, hanging from a tree.

>McKinnies, well known in her community, having participated in numerous protests in Ferguson since the Aug. 2014 death of Michael Brown, believes that her son was lynched. In a Facebook post that has since been deleted, McKinnies shared graphic images of her son under the caption, “They lynched my baby.”

>Jones’ death has once again stirred conversation around various other activists in Ferguson who have died since 2014 under seemingly suspicious circumstances.

>In 2014, Deandre Joshua, 20, was found shot once in the head, and then set on fire inside his car the same day a grand jury refused to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Prominent Ferguson activist Darren Seals was also found dead inside of a burning car back in 2016. He had also been shot. And then there was the 2017 death of Edward Crawford, the activist captured in the iconic photo tossing a canister of tear gas away from those protesting Brown’s death. Police claimed that he died of a “self-inflicted” wound while in the back seat of his own car.
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John Dedgewell - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 16:05:00 EST ID:oqEk0400 No.172854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
LET’S GET DERAILED ARGUING OVER SEMANTICS AND CONSERVATISM/LIBERALISM
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Martha Gillerbanks - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 09:33:50 EST ID:nZRoEBBb No.173020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>172333
New Citations Needed does a great takedown of copaganda and how it's used to distract from negative stories like this:
https://soundcloud.com/citationsneeded/ep-60-kitten-rescues-lip-syncing
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Alice Hashstone - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 05:51:32 EST ID:Yxsvxa7t No.173119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Please friends, settle now. Can we not have peace and understanding? Did this boy die? That's so sad.


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