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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Calm down for Lent?

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- Wed, 26 Feb 2020 12:06:05 EST aRAdhvmK No.182898
File: 1582736765136.jpg -(1207234B / 1.15MB, 1600x4082) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Calm down for Lent?

Lent, he said in partially improvised remarks, "is a time to give up useless words, gossip, rumours, tittle-tattle and speak to God on a first name basis," he said.

"We live in an atmosphere polluted by too much verbal violence, too many offensive and harmful words, which are amplified by the internet," he said. "Today, people insult each other as if they were saying 'Good Day.'"
Augustus Coddlewatch - Wed, 26 Feb 2020 16:10:55 EST dZDaQqJv No.182902 Reply
It's a good sentiment but the old Italian and Filipino ladies that are going to listen to him already only insult people passive aggressively with religious retweets anyway so I don't think it will make a dent. Most hot takes come from atheists and evangelicals or eastern orthodox people mascaraing as them anyway.
Basil Pindermudging - Fri, 20 Mar 2020 20:22:30 EST 40pbmk0m No.183418 Reply
No to mass gatherings

Middle East Oil

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- Sat, 14 Mar 2020 02:45:23 EST eW7lNgCN No.183260
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>The Syrian Ambassador to Russia, Riyad Haddad, said on Thursday that the United States of America controls all the Syrian oil fields in the northeastern part of the country.

>“The Americans today are already in the northeastern part of the country, controlling all the oil fields there and stealing our oil resources. If we can liberate this region from the American occupation, this will revive our economy.”

Isn't this like, not cool for the US to do?
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Hannah Gendlekidge - Wed, 18 Mar 2020 14:20:22 EST ZuHCFVPi No.183368 Reply
Yes, there are US troops in eastern Syria. No, US troops do not control all the oil fields in the northeastern part of the country.
Martha Drommlebeck - Wed, 18 Mar 2020 16:33:04 EST lLlxhONa No.183372 Reply
i appreciate your opinion, though until you have sources I'll opt to disagree
Shit Pockshaw - Fri, 20 Mar 2020 17:29:48 EST 4YOK6qMI No.183412 Reply
About as cool as dressing up in towels larping because you shit the bed at night, right?

Canadian police raid indigenous activists protecting their land against oil pipeline

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- Thu, 13 Feb 2020 17:18:32 EST JXHvnBHd No.182657
File: 1581632312049.png -(1184086B / 1.13MB, 786x786) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Canadian police raid indigenous activists protecting their land against oil pipeline
>Canadian police have made a series of arrests in northern British Columbia as they enforced a court injunction to remove activists who have been blocking the construction of a controversial natural gas pipeline on Indigenous territory.

>“It’s a whole damn army up there,” Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief Woos told CBC News as word of the arrests spread. “They’ve got guns on, they’ve got tactical gear on. They look like they’re ready for war.”

>Police previously raided the Gitimd’en checkpoint in January 2019, arresting 14 activists.

>Documents from that raid uncovered by the Guardian suggested that officers were prepared to use lethal force against activists, prompting fierce debate over police tactics. The RCMP have denied they were prepared to shoot protesters.

>According to Ricochet, the RCMP expanded its "exclusion zone" Saturday, taking control of most of the territory of the Gidimt'en, one of the five clans of the Wet'suwet'en.

>"The exclusion zone has been created by the RCMP to force Wet'suwet'en land defenders off our land," the Unist'ot'en Camp said in a statement. "It is a colonial and criminalizing tool to illegally and arbitrarily extend RCMP authority onto our lands. The massive exclusion zone, completely under RCMP authoritarian discretion, falls outside the injunction area. Chiefs and Wet'suwet'en people are illegally being denied access to their own territories."

>While protesters have rightly condemned the RCMP actions, they (and the corporate media) have largely overlooked the role of a major player in this whole debacle: Wall Street titan Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., better known as KKR.

>On December 26, 2019 KKR announced the signing of a “definitive agreement” to acquire – along with Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) – a 65 percent equity interest in the Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project from TC Energy.

>Only days later, on December 31, a B.C. Supreme Court judge extended an injunction to stop Wet’suwet’en members from blocking access to Coastal GasLink’s work camp. The injunction will reportedly be operative until the pipeline project is completed.

>A major anti-pipeline struggle continues in Canada, where protests have broken out across the country in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders whose sovereign land in northern British Columbia was raided last week and over the weekend by Canadian police. Dozens were arrested in the days-long raid of unceded indigenous territories, where hereditary chiefs have been in a protracted battle to protect their land from the construction of TransCanada’s 400-mile, $4.7 billion Coastal GasLink pipeline. The raids took place about 700 miles north of Vancouver and sparked outrage across the country. In Ontario, a Mohawk solidarity protest has shut down the Canadian National Railway for days, halting travel for tens of thousands of passengers. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for a quick resolution to the protests on Wednesday. In New York, protesters on Wednesday gathered for a sit-in outside the United Nations headquarters in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders.
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Clara Wopperchedge - Tue, 17 Mar 2020 22:44:41 EST /7uFInDu No.183343 Reply
>>183019 What? Is that what you're into?
>>183021 Sure. That I know it's true is enough for me, could care less if you believe it.
>>183022 I phrased it poorly, I should say panhandlers. Some people even get off on just living without a mortgage/rent.
>>183024 I've met 1 or 2 I felt sorry for, but having friends who are on meds for things like extreme anxiety and schizophrenia, where there's a will there's a way, and we have programs to help people out if they really care to try.
>>183046 Walk around and see? I was working on a crew for a while and went so far as bringing one of these guys into my home because I felt sorry for him and wanted to give him a chance. Boss did a lot to help him out, even gave him a car, I helped him get it registered and running, but when the guy chooses to drive off and pick up some retarded junkie blonde, he's made the proverbial bed he lies in.
>>183337 With that buddy's licensing and experience, it's hard to really say an hourly, it's more like by the job. He wouldn't get out of bed for less than $150 per day and when I worked for him he was probably doing $500/day after overhead. Work some construction labor and make friends with your coworkers or bosses.
Homeless vets vary. Some guys just like sleeping outside, some guys have mental illness going on, and some guys ended up on painkillers/heroin from injuries. Then there are some who just make shitty decisions and end up on the street because they like taking advantage of people.
Henry Pittwater - Tue, 17 Mar 2020 23:05:35 EST uOFiF4yB No.183344 Reply
>Simple fact, there are no people who became homeless who served in Iraq.
>A USMC veteran that was living out of his car and going through some shit got
>shot and killed by the police for appearing angry and driving erratically 4 months
>ago where I live. Even the head sheriff called it sketchy, his exact words.

Yea, I hear ya. Police can be very indifferent to the way they handle issues. vets. Maybe deliberate or not understanding. I used to hang out with Vietnam vets when I was a teenager. People do go through rough times. My grandpa was a pow for 4 years. Was likely tortured. He did become a
sheriff of his born and raised small town South Dakota. A very down to earth person. Some funny small town stories where everybody knows everybody but nobody took anything too seriously. The morning crop report, the diner, cars.

>Also, buying people food that are asking for money is nice but taking as a slight when he didn't >gobble it down like tom hanks in cast away is a dick move. You don't know his situation and if you >don't want to give money then don't.

Yea, some have reasons they would rather be left to get food on their terms. Many take it as maybe being somewhat indifferent. Many are also somewhat distrustful. In all I think people would rather get help with maybe a simple hand out, to then decide their own direction from there. Simple as that.

Orange Monkey Removes Further Environmental Safeguards

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- Thu, 23 Jan 2020 19:26:07 EST 4scaaRdR No.182140
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>The Trump administration on Thursday finalized a rule to strip away environmental protections for streams, wetlands and groundwater, handing a victory to farmers, fossil fuel producers and real estate developers who said Obama-era rules had shackled them with onerous and unnecessary burdens.

From Day 1 of his administration, President Trump vowed to repeal President Barack Obama’s “Waters of the United States” regulation, which had frustrated rural landowners. His new rule, which will be implemented in about 60 days, is the latest step in the Trump administration’s push to repeal or weaken nearly 100 environmental rules and laws, loosening or eliminating rules on climate change, clean air, chemical pollution, coal mining, oil drilling and endangered species protections.

The new water rule for the first time in decades allow landowners and property developers to dump pollutants such as pesticides and fertilizers directly into hundreds of thousands of waterways, and to destroy or fill in wetlands for construction projects.
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Lillian Cronderbotch - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 06:49:30 EST Bs8cv2LR No.182191 Reply
If you really believe this, we're all better off without you around because that shit is a false narrative drummed up by terrorists and sold to young teens on chan websites. You've been utterly tricked.
David Pockgold - Sun, 15 Mar 2020 08:40:27 EST Xsmfbdyz No.183287 Reply
Hey, how about that whole corona thing? Isn't it doing a way, way, way better job serving your end than any pompous beweaponned twit? I haven't seen a gun shithead go to town on a cruise ship! You're not gonna be unappreciative just because this thing makes gun-twerps look like such failures, are you?
Hamilton Mebblegold - Sun, 15 Mar 2020 13:39:55 EST E2Yofruj No.183295 Reply
Well the US was on the way to where there rest of the developed world was for several decades.
Normalizing something like regularly drinking tap water for somebody else than impoverished jolly african-americans isn't something on Murica's bucket list. Owning the libs is more important!

Franch shuts down, millions march in massive general strike against Macron pension cuts

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- Fri, 06 Dec 2019 13:32:19 EST GW1axdWk No.181314
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>A huge strike swept France on Thursday as millions of workers revolted against pension attacks from president Emmanuel Macron.

>It is set to be the most significant wave of workers’ action since 1995 when protracted strikes broke a right-wing government’s assault on pensions.
>A teacher said “The pension reforms are one blow too many. We're fighting not to lose hundreds of euros of pension a month—after more than 40 years in a job.

>Hundreds of demonstrations took place, beginning at 10am in some areas. The CGT union federation said 1.5 million people marched nationwide. Even the interior ministry said over 800,000 took part.

>In several places they were met with tear gas.
>In Paris 6,000 police officers were deployed against protests and the authorities issued a decree forbidding protesters from gathering on the Champs-Elysées or at police stations.
>Riot police began searching pedestrians' bags before dawn, and shops on a planned protest route were ordered to close.

>In many areas the Yellow Vests, who have been fighting Macron for a year, joined the action. There is a massive feeling that life is hard and public services are declining. A poll last month in the newspaper Liberation found 89 percent of French people felt the country was experiencing a “social crisis”.

>It’s crucial to bring together all the sections of strikers and protesters, and to stop the union leaders choking off the action before it wins.

>The mass strikes and protests are giving hope to the whole of Europe. They show that the bitterness in society can be torn away from the right and the racists and directed towards the left.
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Wikileaks reveals documents casting doubt on Trump version of Syria gas attacks

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- Thu, 02 Jan 2020 14:40:38 EST h4mNKcub No.181771
File: 1577994038244.jpg -(561597B / 548.43KB, 1616x1256) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Wikileaks reveals documents casting doubt on Trump version of Syria gas attacks
>Documents published by WikiLeaks on Saturday confirm that there is significant dissent within the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the global chemical weapons watchdog, over the doctoring of a public report on the alleged April 7, 2018 chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria, which reportedly killed 49 people and wounded as many as 650.

>The latest round of revelations makes clear that the US-led regime-change operation in Syria, which began in 2011, has been based on a pack of lies. The role of WikiLeaks in exposing these lies demonstrates why the US government has been pursuing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange so ferociously, along with Washington's partners in crime such as Britain and Australia.

>Relying on video that showed alleged victims of the attack in a hospital gasping for air and foaming at the mouth, the Trump administration and its European allies launched missile strikes against Syria just one week later. The US-led attack was an act of war that threatened to spark a wider conflict with Russia and Iran, both of which have military forces deployed in the country to back the Assad government in the eight-year regime-change war fueled by the CIA.

>Relying on Islamist terrorist groups as “moderate rebel” proxies, including Al Qaeda and its affiliates, the US and its European allies have overseen a war that has resulted in the deaths of 570,000 people and displaced more than 12 million. The years of carnage have been aimed at overthrowing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and installing a pliant Western puppet regime in order to neutralize the influence of Iran and Russia in the oil-rich Middle East. Claims of chemical weapons attacks and the use of “barrel bombs” by Syria’s military have been repeatedly used throughout the war in an effort to justify Western military action and call for the removal of Assad.

>A memo sent to Fernando Arias, the director-general of the OPCW, on March 14, 2019 by a member of the FFM who had been sent to Douma to analyze the ballistics of two cylinders which were the purported source of the toxic gas, noted that there were about 20 inspectors who had expressed concerns over the final report published at the beginning of that month.

>The author of the memo notes that members of the FFM felt that the report “did not reflect the views of the team members that deployed to Douma,” and that only one OPCW inspector who had been in Syria, a paramedic, was ultimately involved in the production of the final report. He notes that his investigation into the provenance of the cylinders, one which was found lying on a bed and another on an apartment rooftop, was excluded from the final report released in March.

>WikiLeaks also published the first draft of the interim FFM report, which noted that the investigators were “unable to provide satisfactory explanations for the relatively moderate damage to the cylinders allegedly dropped from an unknown height, compared to the destruction caused to the rebar-reinforced roofs.” This fact--that the evidence did not point to the cylinders being dropped from Assad’s aircraft--was excluded from the final report.

>An email exchange with the FFM’s team leader, Sami Barrek, from July 2018 showed that concerns had been raised by an investigator over the exclusion from the final report of the fact that only low levels of chlorinated organic chemicals (COCs) had been recovered at the scene, and that no determination had been made on how the cylinders arrived at the locations where they had been discovered. Despite repeated interventions by investigators, the level of COCs was excluded from the final report, allowing for the inference that a chlorine gas attack had been confirmed.

>Another email sent by a dissenting investigator to OPCW Director of Strategy and Policy Veronika Stromsíková on May 20 raised concerns over the organization’s false declaration that veteran OPCW inspector and ballistics expert Ian Henderson, who had produced an engineering assessment, was not part of the FFM in Douma. The claim came after his report casting doubt on the possibility of the cylinders being dropped from the air was leaked to the press. Henderson had found, after inspecting the cylinders, that there was a “higher probability that both cylinders were manually placed… rather than being delivered from aircraft.”
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Isabella Pittman - Mon, 09 Mar 2020 21:07:10 EST DnQ32w8b No.183118 Reply
This board is such a fucking joke. This is thread from January and Trump has already done so much worse shit, he's literally been impeached between this thread and now, and there are so many bigger problems going on the world.

This news and thread is completely irrelevant yet it's at the top of the page.
Oliver Peblingshaw - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 10:29:25 EST Dg4SuPXx No.183126 Reply
chinabot constantly necrobumps threads so even if a mod deletes the posts like once a week it's still pretty much destroying any possibility at discourse that isn't just getting mad at the same 3 or 4 culture war topics over and over again
George Wecklefock - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 19:15:29 EST qSpTwgCp No.183132 Reply
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Just because the Syrian war has been going on for many years, doesn't mean it's old news. In fact, it's one of those bigger things which is going on in the world.

Turkey is gonna enter the war for real, maybe. Are you going to be inform6es by the same people who told you it was sarin Assad dropped?

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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Phoebe Dendertodge - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 17:19:32 EST a/2rQKBV No.183160 Reply
yo wtf chinabot, this thread is literally a year old

Phyllis Geffingwell - Thu, 12 Mar 2020 06:09:08 EST sh+/ZCma No.183178 Reply
So do many on 420chan

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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Caroline Wuckleford - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 18:15:09 EST jIt5CLGm No.183164 Reply
>anyone else get the feeling that the only possible reason anyone would disagree with my batshit insane ideology is if they're paid to post on a dead gay wrestling website

vegemite land can't deport its first peoples'

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- Tue, 11 Feb 2020 01:15:08 EST tTnap6yB No.182597
File: 1581401708295.jpg -(52553B / 51.32KB, 870x565) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. vegemite land can't deport its first peoples'

>Indigenous Australians cannot be deported even if they do not hold an Australian Citizenship.
>Australia was declared Terra nullius on British Arrival. There has never been a treaty between the Aboriginal tribes of Australia and the Crown, nor the Australian government.
>steal the land, then deport you for being a foreigner.
>very British thing to do
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Sophie Fanbanks - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 14:38:10 EST eW7lNgCN No.183130 Reply

Surely the word tornado means to include the debris and cloud structures which are inexorable accomplices?
Sidney Crozzlefoot - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 17:56:37 EST 4eR24+NR No.183131 Reply
No I mean literal fucking tornadoes you mongs. Y'know, spinning? Made of air? The big twisty things that toss buildings and cars all over the place? They're invisible now. I used to see them but now I can't. They're literal tornadoes and literally invisible. This is not a metaphor. Idiots. Completely unprepared for a disaster of this scale. You ever see a small town, completely ripped apart, the people, lifted up and tossed miles away, by an invisible tornado?
Samuel Devingstetch - Tue, 10 Mar 2020 22:08:05 EST 4eR24+NR No.183134 Reply
I didn't catch you because I thought you were talking about literal tornadoes, but on reflection it seems you're trying to do a metaphor. Fuck you too. I'm talking about literal goddamn tornadoes. This is not a metaphor. Fuck.

Another mass murder...

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- Thu, 20 Feb 2020 08:37:48 EST pyG5d99p No.182763
File: 1582205868436.jpg -(882968B / 862.27KB, 1600x2560) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Another mass murder...

They have an edge to them, you can see them coming a mile off. When they talk about how one race is the best or one religion is the best, this is what they are doing. They're engaged in a religious race war against people who are essentially other humans they're in economic competition with, and they have no actual morals or standards of behavior or rules of engagement. So they get gullible fools, young people, to look at propaganda every day and they militarize and weaponize feelings of shame, hopelessness, fear, despair, give them a focus, and turn those feelings into hate and anger. The people in actual power lose nothing when this happens, and the rest of us have to deal with the retaliation.

And the retaliation is, once again, since the shooter is dead, people who were not involved in the situation murdering people who look similar to others who were involved, and as long as more people die, we can make the scales balance. This is why everyone tells you to fuck off and stop talking about politics everywhere.
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Ernest Hiddleforth - Fri, 06 Mar 2020 13:14:10 EST 0NLJaFCt No.183047 Reply
you sound like a fucking child.
George Blatherlock - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 13:00:00 EST C2HQEM47 No.183067 Reply
You people have such a uniquely identifiable way of speaking, almost like you've been programmed. The same tired retarded talking points with this air of smug matter-of-factness that suggests you genuinely believe you're correct and in the majority, neither of which are true, and that's patently obvious to everyone else.
Nicholas Dollerhall - Sat, 07 Mar 2020 14:16:52 EST lLlxhONa No.183069 Reply
i like how everybody has the same talking points at the same time, too. this open borders mass migration spiel wasn't brought up once until like a month ago, now it's all over youtube, facebook and here. Is it originating on breitbart? fox news? george "stalin" soros?

Outrage after gunman ambushes NYC police twice in 12 hours

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- Sun, 09 Feb 2020 17:36:53 EST 4iOFpMwy No.182577
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“Anyone who spews hatred at our officers is aiding and abetting this kind of atmosphere; it is not acceptable,” de Blasio said. “You could protest for whatever you believe in, but you cannot vilely attack those who are here to protect us. It creates this kind of dynamic.”

Heh... Better watch what you say, huh? Better not talk bad about the cops or you're as bad as a literal murderer.
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Lydia Cebblecocke - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 17:30:10 EST 40pbmk0m No.182949 Reply
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Guns ... what are they go for?
Absolutely nothing.
Jack Dapperman - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 20:22:31 EST jIt5CLGm No.182956 Reply
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wtf i love the second amendment now

There’s a conservative civil war raging — over porn

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- Mon, 30 Dec 2019 04:17:18 EST jIt5CLGm No.181705
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>tl;dr you can't beat off, our fairy tales said so!

Social conservatives are ready to launch a new national war on pornography.

It’s been nearly 50 years since the Nixon administration’s “War on Porn” and more than two decades since the signing of the Communications Decency Act, the first major federal effort to regulate online pornography. But pornography continues to be a target of Republicans at the state level; in addition, the 2016 Republican Party platform stated that “pornography, with its harmful effects, especially on children, has become a public health crisis that is destroying the lives of millions.”

This fall, Republican members of Congress asked the Department of Justice to “declare prosecution of obscene pornography a criminal justice priority.” Conservative commentators also argue that government power can — and should — put a stop to pornography for the benefit of the “common good.” By doing so, social conservatives argue that they can alter American culture itself.

Terry Schilling, executive director of the American Principles Project, a conservative think tank, argued in October in the Catholic magazine First Things that efforts to regulate pornography are part of a broader phenomenon. “In our time, a new conservatism is being born — one less interested in managing our nation’s decline than in using political power to promote virtue, public morality, and the common good,” he wrote. “Conservatives need to overcome their fear of governing the nation that elected them.”

In doing so, social conservatives are facing opposition from libertarians as well as fellow conservatives. They argue that efforts to ban or otherwise tighten regulations on pornography is the kind of overreach they have long stood against.

As Reason Magazine editor-in-chief Katherine Mangu-Ward told me, “What you’re seeing now is this rise of a much more authoritarian and state-oriented variant of conservatism and it just says, ‘You know what? Actually, never mind. Let’s take away the bad choices. Let’s make some bad choices illegal.’ This has long been a characteristic of the American left.”
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Simon Fongerkut - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 21:37:25 EST tlilhxRg No.182848 Reply
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You gotta go back.
Henry Brookville - Wed, 26 Feb 2020 17:13:42 EST /7uFInDu No.182904 Reply
Didnt really read anything other than your bit about Nixon. They started against Cannabis back in the prohibition days, remember? That was also when they started eroding the 2nd amendment with the NFA.
Lydia Cebblecocke - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 03:51:01 EST 40pbmk0m No.182938 Reply
Governments should be afraid of voters, goddamit!

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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Shitting Murddock - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 14:11:52 EST OST7ik4g No.182945 Reply
Ironic coming from the retard who legitimately shills shitty fanartists on /vg/ constantly

Billions of locusts swarming East Africa, worst in decades

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- Tue, 11 Feb 2020 18:58:16 EST BPvNv2KF No.182615
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Biblical plague shit all over again
>The swarms are massive; one of the largest in Kenya is about 37 miles long and 25 miles wide. For reference, that could cover more than half of Long Island. The swarms, which are dense enough at times to block out the sun, are the worst to hit Ethiopia and Somalia in 25 years, and the worst in Kenya in 70 years.

>Desert locusts eat all the vegetation they encounter, and the finger-length insects consume an amount equal to their body weight each day. Each square kilometer of swarm can include 40 to 80 million locusts and eat as much food as 35,000 people, according to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

>Even before this outbreak, nearly 20 million people faced high levels of food insecurity across the east African region long challenged by periodic droughts and floods. Some analysts have blamed the locust outbreak on climate change, though a direct link is difficult to establish.

>“We know that cyclones are the originators of swarms – and in the past 10 years there’s been an increase in the frequency of cyclones in the Indian Ocean,” said Keith Cressman, senior locust forecasting officer at the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), earlier this month.
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Augustus Coddlewatch - Wed, 26 Feb 2020 04:18:07 EST dZDaQqJv No.182891 Reply
No where near where any of these locusts are. It's east Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, literally part of the cradle of civilization. These aren't highland New Guinea tribesmen separated from the rest of the world by oceans and mountains. It's Somalia and the Arabian Peninsula. Thankfully the locusts diverted to a country that doesn't grow food but hopefully after getting those sultans to kill their camels they go and provide some protein for the starving people in Yemen as an added fuck you to ksa. Even in the middle of continental Africa it has been connected to the rest of the world since the Dutch went in and started taking hands.
Henry Nickleford - Wed, 26 Feb 2020 08:32:39 EST CWQzLz3G No.182892 Reply
>more than half of Long Island
So about the size of average island?

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this helps staff resolve issues quicker.