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RIP famous people

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- Sun, 26 Jan 2020 18:41:48 EST 40pbmk0m No.182219
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Kobe Bryant dies in a helicopter crash.
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Terrorist lies about violence origins...

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- Tue, 02 Jun 2020 07:35:15 EST ncmbtEn1 No.185706
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https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/security/twitter-takes-down-washington-protest-disinformation-bot-behavior-n1221456

As protests were taking place in multiple states across the U.S. Sunday night, the newly created account, @ANTIFA_US, tweeted, “Tonight’s the night, Comrades,” with a brown raised fist emoji and “Tonight we say 'F--- The City' and we move into the residential areas... the white hoods.... and we take what's ours …”

This isn’t the first time Twitter has taken action against fake accounts engaged in hateful conduct linked to Identity Evropa, according to the spokesperson.

The antifa movement — a network of loosely organized radical groups who use direct action to fight the far-right and fascism — has been targeted by President Donald Trump as the force behind some of the violence and property destruction seen at some protests, though little evidence has been provided for such claims.
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Sophie Gubbernere - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 17:31:17 EST ZeNvWgBR No.186096 Reply
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>>186079
I'd argue that fines are easier on society and more effective at encouraging proper forestry than shootouts but you do you America.
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Hugh Fuckingham - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 17:32:58 EST 2r+Izh1q No.186097 Reply
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>>186080
>>186082
>>186094
conservatives:
>haha pussy soyboys I'm a real man, moolon lube, come and get it, water the tree of liberty, ISIS hunting permit, when the looting starts the shooting starts, traditional masculinity ain't afraid of you latte drinking numales, god guns and glory

also conservatives:
>this dr seuss meme is triggering me, someone please call the space force I think antifa is hiding under my bed

Bolivia coup driven by US media falsehoods, NYT finally admits

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- Wed, 17 Jun 2020 09:04:38 EST 3GpVu1Fe No.185988
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https://theintercept.com/2020/06/08/the-nyt-admits-key-falsehoods-that-drove-last-years-coup-in-bolivia-falsehoods-peddled-by-the-u-s-its-media-and-the-nyt/
>Once he fled, Bolivia’s first-ever president from the country’s Indigenous population was replaced by a little-known, white, far-right senator, Jeanine Áñez, from the country’s minority European-descendent, Christian, wealthy region. Her new, unelected government promptly massacred dozens of Indigenous protesters and then vested the responsible soldiers with immunity. Seven months later, Áñez predictably continues to rule Bolivia as “interim president” despite never having run for president, let alone having been democratically elected.

>The central tool used by both the Bolivian right and their U.S. government allies to justify the invalidation of Morales’s 10-point election victory were two election audits by the regional group Organization of American States — one a preliminary report issued on November 10, the day before Morales was forced from the country, and then its final report issued the next month — which asserted widespread, deliberate election fraud.

>But on Sunday, the New York Times published an article strongly suggesting that it was the OAS audit, not the Bolivian election, that was “marred by grave irregularities,” making it “impossible to guarantee the integrity of the data and certify the accuracy of the” OAS claims. The paper of record summarized its reporting this way: “A close look at Bolivian election data suggests an initial analysis by the OAS that raised questions of vote-rigging — and helped force out a president — was flawed.”

>That study documented that the key “irregularity” cited by OAS “was actually an artifact of the analysts’ error.” It further explained that with regard to “the patterns that the observers deemed ‘inexplicable,’” the new data analysis shows that “we can explain them without invoking fraud.”

>It is virtually impossible to overstate the importance of the OAS accusations in driving Morales from his own country and, with no democratic mandate, shifting power in lithium-rich Bolivia to the white, Christian, U.S.-subservient right. While critics had also accused Morales of improperly seeking a fourth term despite constitutional term limits, Bolivia’s duly constituted court had invalidated those term limits (much the way that New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg induced the City Council to overturn a term limit referendum so he could seek a third term), leaving anti-Morales outside agitators, such as the OAS and U.S. officials, to rely instead on claims of election fraud.

>U.S. media outlets and foreign policy commentators dutifully echoed the U.S. State Department’s line, as they typically do, by depicting the violent military coup as an advancement of freedom and democracy for the Bolivian people (the same Bolivian people who had just voted for Morales to be their president). As a Washington Post op-ed in February by two MIT scholars noted: “The media has largely reported the allegations of fraud [from the OAS] as fact.”

>The New York Times similarly and repeatedly hyped the OAS report as proof that Morales’s victory was illegitimate and the coup therefore democratic. “An independent international audit of Bolivia’s disputed election concluded that former President Evo Morales’s officials resorted to lies, manipulation and forgery to ensure his victory,” its news article claimed, without a syllable of critical pushback until the penultimate paragraph, where it noted that “some economists and statisticians in the United States” had pointed to flaws in the OAS’s data analysis.

>As U.S. media coverage of last year’s coup in Bolivia demonstrates, little has changed since the Cold War when it comes to media fealty to the State Department and the CIA. Because the U.S. government preferred the right-wing coup-plotters to the left-wing Morales, the U.S. media deliberately inverted the entire narrative to describe the elected leader (Morales) as the tyrant and the violent military coup leaders as the saviors of democracy. And they peddled this false narrative only by relying heavily on an OAS report that even the NYT is now forced to admit was, at best, deeply flawed.
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Edwin Ganderway - Thu, 18 Jun 2020 17:36:40 EST j06p8I6B No.186019 Reply
>>186010
hey dipshit that's actually what the fuck I meant: everyone can see it now


by all means do stay mad assuming more ignorance than there actually is in the US.
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Hannah Supperstitch - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 17:06:11 EST ZeNvWgBR No.186065 Reply
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>>185997
The main problem being that most Americans seem to have no idea what their country is doing to advance "their interests". One of the few good things about the orange dotard is that he's too incompetent to maintain (much less expand) the American empire. Empires don't even tend to be much fun for the average citizen (generally the opposite) since the benefits tend to go straight to the top.
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Hugh Fuckingham - Mon, 22 Jun 2020 17:39:57 EST 2r+Izh1q No.186099 Reply
>>185999
>There is no unseen enemy
Sounds like something the unseen enemy would say

fox news uses altered photos

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- Sun, 14 Jun 2020 04:51:14 EST FhZ3IdvH No.185942
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>Fox News' depiction of the demonstration mirrors much of right-wing media's attempt to portray it as menacing.

>"It's not an armed takeover," Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said on CNN Thursday night. "It's not a military junta."

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/06/13/media/seattle-fox-news-autonomous-zone-protest/index.html
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Sidney Fucklechin - Thu, 18 Jun 2020 09:31:27 EST GW1axdWk No.186005 Reply
>>186001
The proletariat west is losing a lot anyway, at least in the US.

Historical unemployment, mask-off police state fascism, environmental collapse, half the country is constantly on fire, dams are falling apart, increasing sentiment for balkanization, rising income inequality. And at the end of all that a rising China is going to economically dominate what's left over.

A united world proletariat is your best bet to salvage some good from all that.
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Caroline Seblingluck - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 18:14:10 EST O/BUJHAn No.186067 Reply
>>185976
You seem to have no problem, when it is USA doing such thing


20 Indian soldiers dead in a border clash with China

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- Wed, 17 Jun 2020 03:50:53 EST tbKybVqN No.185974
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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-53061476

>Both sides insist no bullet has been fired in four decades, and the Indian army said on Tuesday that "no shots were fired" in this latest skirmish.

>How a clash that did not involve an exchange of fire could prove so lethal is unclear. There are reports that it was fought with rocks and clubs

>Local media outlets reported that the Indian soldiers had been "beaten to death".
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Sidney Guzzleduck - Fri, 19 Jun 2020 10:00:50 EST O/BUJHAn No.186036 Reply
>>186029
Only risk is, India have rightard leader now and, we all know rightards is disaster for humanity who ruin own countries and everybody else. BUT, he will fire missile? Unlikely. China? No. Bigger problem is, India have rightard leader and Pakistan have Islamist fanatics who always try seize power. USA one not shit thing it do is, try not allowing Islamist into power on the Pakistan but, current clown leader probably look away and let such thing happen. Result? Possible India-Pak nuclear exchange in five years. Yes this affect even you on USA with crop failure and global economic depression for best scenario.
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Martin Bumblebury - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 05:17:49 EST CORUMHlh No.186061 Reply
>>186029
a war involving countries with 2 billion people can't be won anyway
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Hannah Supperstitch - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 16:51:34 EST ZeNvWgBR No.186063 Reply
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>>186031
Hasn't really stopped us but academically I do agree with Norman.

Chihuahua huahuahuahua

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- Sat, 20 Jun 2020 06:57:05 EST bsRuiR8k No.186050
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https://knewz.com/woman-dog-neuter-home/

I'm back bitches! Here with another tale.

Giving new meaning to the admonishment “don’t try this at home,” an Indiana woman was arrested after she attempted to neuter her pet dog herself.

The pooch-castrating woman is Kimberly Oldham, 62, who thought it would be a good idea to neuter her dog by wrapping an elastic band around his doghood in the privacy of her own home. Hilarity ensues.
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Ebenezer Wibbleville - Sun, 21 Jun 2020 04:32:08 EST Ni2BUEDP No.186060 Reply
>>186050
ya i can't be a doctor bro let alone a DIY surgeon

i wonder how that one DIY sex change lady from a while ago did surgically but i really don't want to read the details

i imagine it helps to read but hnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng

Protests in Minneapolis Met With Violence After American Cops Murder Another Citizen

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- Wed, 27 May 2020 09:09:46 EST Yi0IODbG No.185565
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Full on storm troopers in the streets. Police state is shooting at unarmed protestors, deploying ng s ipers and right-wing militias. Media mostly quiet.
https://www.commondreams.org/news/2020/05/27/disgusting-display-police-fire-rubber-bullets-stun-grenades-and-tear-gas
>Minneapolis police officers dressed in riot gear fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and stun grenades into crowds of protesters that gathered late Tuesday to demand justice for the killing of George Floyd after video footage showed a cop kneeling on the back of the man's neck as he cried out, "I cannot breathe!"

>Videos and photos posted to social media show people pouring milk into the eyes of demonstrators affected by tear gas as the chemical substance clouds the air, enveloping the thousands of protesters marching in the streets near the site of Floyd's killing.

>"This is a disgusting display," said Jeremiah Ellison, a city council member representing Minneapolis Ward 5. "I'm here on the southside, helping people as I can with milk, water, and towels. So far, I have been unable to prevent the police from firing indiscriminately into the crowd. Moments ago, I held a towel to a teenage girl's head as blood poured from it."

>Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) tweeted that "shooting rubber bullets and tear gas at unarmed protesters when there are children present should never be tolerated. Ever."

>"What is happening tonight in our city is shameful," Omar added. "Police need to exercise restraint, and our community needs space to heal."

>The massive protests erupted in the wake of video footage showing a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on Floyd's neck as he lay handcuffed and face-first on the asphalt.

>Floyd and onlookers repeatedly pleaded with the officer to take his knee off Floyd's neck, but he refused to do so until an ambulance arrived. By that point, Floyd had been unconscious for minutes. In a statement following the Monday night incident, the Minneapolis Police Department said they were responding to "a report of a forgery in progress" and claimed Floyd's death was caused by an unspecified "medical incident."
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Fuck Fommerman - Fri, 19 Jun 2020 16:12:47 EST NjotYlCB No.186043 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
User is currently banned from all boards


Pentagon war game prepares to put down Zoomer uprising

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- Wed, 17 Jun 2020 08:50:36 EST 3GpVu1Fe No.185986
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https://theintercept.com/2020/06/05/pentagon-war-game-gen-z/
>In the face of protests composed largely of young people, the presence of America’s military on the streets of major cities has been a controversial development. But this isn’t the first time that Generation Z — those born after 1996 — has popped up on the Pentagon’s radar.

>Documents obtained by The Intercept via the Freedom of Information Act reveal that a Pentagon war game, called the 2018 Joint Land, Air and Sea Strategic Special Program, or JLASS, offered a scenario in which members of Generation Z, driven by malaise and discontent, launch a “Zbellion” in America in the mid-2020s.

>According to the scenario, many members of Gen Z — psychologically scarred in their youth by 9/11 and the Great Recession, crushed by college debt, and disenchanted with their employment options — have given up on their hopes for a good life and believe the system is rigged against them.

>In early 2025, a cadre of these disaffected Zoomers launch a protest movement. Beginning in “parks, rallies, protests, and coffee shops” — first in Seattle; then New York City; Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; Las Vegas; and Austin — a group known as Zbellion begins a “global cyber campaign to expose injustice and corruption and to support causes it deem beneficial.”

>During face-to-face recruitment, would-be members of Zbellion are given instructions for going to sites on the dark web that allow them to access sophisticated malware to siphon funds from corporations, financial institutions, and nonprofits that support “the establishment.” The gains are then converted to Bitcoin and distributed to “worthy recipients” including fellow Zbellion members who claim financial need. Zbellion leadership, says the scenario, assures its members that their Robin Hood-esque wealth redistribution is not only untraceable by law enforcement but “ultimately justifiable,” as targets are selected based on “secure polling” of “network delegates.” Although its origins are American, by the latter 2020s, Zbellion activities are also occurring across Europe and cities throughout Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, including Nairobi, Kenya; Hanoi, Vietnam; and Amman, Jordan.

>In the world of JLASS 2018, Gen Z’s most militant members have essentially taken to privately taxing large corporations and other institutions to combat income inequality or, as the war gamers put it, using the “cyber world to spread a call for anarchy.”

>The JLASS war game emerges in the context of the Pentagon playing a controversial and visible role in the unfolding domestic protests against racism and police brutality in the U.S. National Guard units have been deployed in various locations already, and some active-duty military forces were sent by the Trump administration to the Washington D.C. area.
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Charlotte Pittridge - Thu, 18 Jun 2020 04:39:16 EST vJzt15Nj No.185998 Reply
>>185986
It's funny that they'd identify this threat and then think
>how can we murder these people?
rather than
>these people's lives suck maybe we should stop their lives sucking.

It's still a fairly unrealistic scenario and is clearly there to prime the armed forces to respond to scenarios like th ones that they will face. Getting them ready to murder their own people rather than solve problems they identified a decade before. I'm not going to "only in the US" it, because Australia and the UK governments only WISH they had this much vision/psychopathic evil.

What's up next week

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- Sun, 14 Jun 2020 07:54:12 EST CZ3Rc5Hi No.185945
File: 1592135652294.jpg -(937295B / 915.33KB, 1338x3876) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What's up next week
https://nypost.com/2020/06/13/reading-of-mayan-calendar-suggests-end-of-the-world-is-next-week/

Hope you got enough toilet paper!! 👍 😂 🔝 💯
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William Wapperwotch - Sun, 14 Jun 2020 10:40:26 EST O/BUJHAn No.185946 Reply
>>185945
This is not news even. Go to /tinfoil/ or somesuch.

Germany: I can't believe it's not PSchool II boogaloo

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- Sun, 14 Jun 2020 07:23:39 EST aL97cfte No.185944
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>..Er ist Mitglied des "kleinen Corona-Kabinetts", das Deutschland derzeit durch die Krise steuert. Im unendlichen Podcast berichtet Außenminister Heiko Maas, wie sich der Alltag eines Politikers verändert hat, dessen Arbeitsbasis vorher das persönliche Gespräch war und dessen Arbeitsbilanz auch in Flugmeilen gemessen wurde. Heute ruft ihn der kanadische Außenminister schon mal an Ostern direkt auf dem Handy an, wenn in Kanada die Wattestäbchen für Corona-Tests ausgehen – unter Umgehung des Protokolls, das in der Diplomatie sonst alles beherrscht.


>..Drei Stunden und 26 Minuten sprach Heiko Maas mit ZEITmagazin-Chefredakteur Christoph Amend und ZEIT-ONLINE-Chefredakteur Jochen Wegner für den potenziell unendlichen Podcast Alles gesagt?, den nur der Gast selbst beenden kann. Das Gespräch fand nicht, wie sonst üblich, am Wohnzimmertisch von Produzentin Maria Lorenz statt – sondern per Video. Trotzdem gab es für alle österreichisches Essen und Bier. (Die Weißweinflasche hat das Auswärtige Amt im Cateringpaket an Maas entfernt.)

tldr; germany just admits there were not enough masks while the whole world shits itself saying whup dermust not be any broblem ahere, corona is agone

Looking at you Mr. Surgeon General

https://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/2020-04/heiko-maas-corona-krise-interviewpodcast-alles-gesagt

More alt-righters popping off...

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- Fri, 05 Jun 2020 11:50:26 EST ncmbtEn1 No.185803
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https://news.yahoo.com/boogaloo-arrests-in-nevada-portray-extremists-using-protests-to-incite-civil-war-131125733.html

Two men charged with conspiring to incite violence and civil unrest at protests over the killing of George Floyd previously sought to do the same thing at protests against coronavirus lockdowns, in both instances seeking to promote their extremist agenda, federal prosecutors say.

Federal agents arrested the men, Stephen Parshall and Andrew Lynam, along with a third man, William Loomis, before they allegedly planned to disrupt a Black Lives Matter protest in Las Vegas. They face federal charges of conspiracy and possession of unregistered firearms and multiple terrorism-related state charges. Prosecutors say the men had planned to use firebombs and explosives to create chaos and panic that would lead to riots. The men are being held in the Clark County jail on $1 million bond each.

According to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in Nevada, all three, who are white and have U.S. military experience, “self-identified as part of the ‘boogaloo’ movement,” a disparate yet growing collection of extremists, including far-right militias, radical gun rights activists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis. As noted in the criminal complaint, “‘Boogaloo’ is a term used by extremists to signify a coming civil war and/or fall of civilization.”
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William Blissleludge - Thu, 11 Jun 2020 16:09:45 EST O/BUJHAn No.185918 Reply
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>>185912
I think we should purge stormfronter baggage

Turkey Is Trying to Convince Trump That the Kurds Are Behind America’s Protests

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- Tue, 09 Jun 2020 19:48:07 EST 7V0Fx/zC No.185891
File: 1591746487795.jpg -(130131B / 127.08KB, 618x900) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Turkey Is Trying to Convince Trump That the Kurds Are Behind America’s Protests
>Move over, George Soros: There’s a new nefarious mastermind behind the ongoing political turmoil in the United States. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke with U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday and, according the state-run Anadolu Agency, told him,“Those behind the recent violence and looting during protests in the U.S. are working with the YPG/PKK, a terrorist group operating in northern Syria.”
>The Turkish government has spent the past few days blaming the YPG for instigating violence during the massive protests against police brutality in the U.S. Last week, Matthew Petti of the National Interest reported on a graphic released by the Turkey Directorate of Communications, tying antifa—the loose movement of militant activists that Trump has threatened to designate as a terrorist organization—to the Kurdish YPG rebels

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2020/06/turkey-protests-ypg-kurds-antifa.amp
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Sidney Casslesten - Tue, 09 Jun 2020 23:01:14 EST fxZPTs+O No.185892 Reply
There's a stronger basis for anti-fascists having links to the PKK/YPG than George Soros solely because of Brace Belden/pisspiggrandad, and that's legitimately funny.

Also the US armed the YPG, so, whatever, no one cares Tayyip, you watermelon seller.
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Lydia Pesslefield - Wed, 10 Jun 2020 22:30:45 EST yrqdzkuj No.185910 Reply
>>185892
We need Brace to appear before congress on live television

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