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Anyone else remember the M$ antitrust lawsuit?

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- Fri, 22 Nov 2019 09:25:38 EST ZbKQHcFk No.181047
File: 1574432738628.jpg -(748890B / 731.34KB, 1600x2024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Anyone else remember the M$ antitrust lawsuit?

All I can think is that this is way worse than what Microsoft was doing, at least it's on a way, way, way bigger scale. You can get a smartphone with decent specs for $400. In the time of the M$ lawsuit, Windows 95 machines started at three times that, if you're talking about retail, and this was over 20 years ago. You can't remove Facebook, you can't remove YouTube, Chrome services are built into the OS, how is this not the same as Microsoft? How is it not worse?
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Matilda Pebberhood - Mon, 16 Dec 2019 08:21:44 EST zKe8oeGD No.181504 Reply
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>Anyone else remember the M$ antitrust lawsuit?

Right-wing coup attempt is underway in Bolivia

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- Fri, 25 Oct 2019 11:18:26 EST L3zo7DjP No.180327
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>Bolivia’s leftist President Evo Morales gave a press conference early Wednesday morning in which he warned that a right-wing coup attempt is being carried out so as to stop the full counting of votes, and annul the result of Sunday's elections if it gives Morales a first-round victory.

>“A coup is underway, carried out by the right-wing with foreign support...what are the methods of this coup attempt? They’re not recognizing or waiting for election results, they’re burning down electoral courts, they want to proclaim the second-place candidate as the winner”, Morales told journalists assembled.

>Morales pointed to the fact he is in the first place and reiterated his victory. However, he also stated that “we are just waiting for the electoral court to report the results, I'm nearly certain that with the vote of the rural areas that we will win in the first round, even though the preliminary results show that we’ve won, but we are respectful and will wait for the official results from the electoral court. I say to the international press, our triumphs have always been with the rural vote.”

>Morales also thanked the Bolivian people for giving his ‘Movement Towards Socialism’ party majority in the legislature, though pointing out that his party has so far fallen short of a two-thirds supermajority.

>Anti-government right-wing protests turned violent Monday with numerous violent attacks took place across the country as preliminary results indicated that leftist President Evo Morales is on course for a first-round victory. Attacks included the burning down of vote counting centers and assaulting Indigenous supporters of Morales.
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Massive investigation into US's rapidly growing concentration camp network

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- Mon, 23 Dec 2019 20:07:05 EST LowrP7hc No.181626
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>NEW ORLEANS – At 2:04 p.m. on Oct. 15, a guard at the Richwood Correctional Center noticed an odd smell coming from one of the isolation cells. He opened the door, stepped inside and found the lifeless body of Roylan Hernandez-Diaz hanging from a bedsheet.

>The USA TODAY Network uncovered the Richwood episode during an investigation of the rapidly growing network of detention centers used by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The investigation revealed more than 400 allegations of sexual assault or abuse, inadequate medical care, regular hunger strikes, frequent use of solitary confinement, more than 800 instances of physical force against detainees, nearly 20,000 grievances filed by detainees and at least 29 fatalities, including seven suicides, since President Donald Trump took office in January 2017 and launched an overhaul of U.S. immigration policies.

>Combined with an analysis by a government watchdog, the USA TODAY Network analyzed inspection reports since 2015 and identified 15,821 violations of detention standards. Yet more than 90% of those facilities received passing grades by government inspectors. Network reporters interviewed 35 former and current detainees, some conducted using video chats from inside an ICE detention center. They reviewed hundreds of documents from lawsuits, financial records and government contracts, and toured seven ICE facilities from Colorado to Texas to Florida. Such tours are extremely rare.

>At least two detention centers passed inspections despite using a chemical restraint – Freeze +P – that is forbidden for use under ICE rules because it contains tear gas that produces “severe pain,” according to its manufacturer. Other centers received passing marks even after inspectors chronicled widespread use of physical force or solitary confinement. Richwood was one of the centers that passed inspections.

>For the past year, much of the nation’s attention on immigration issues has focused on how the Trump administration polices the southern border and how Border Patrol agents treat migrants arriving there. But away from that spotlight there is a separate detention system overseen by ICE that has continued to grow with far less scrutiny. It is now a $3 billion network of 221 facilities, the largest of which are operated by private companies under government contract. Combined, those facilities detain more than 50,000 women, men and children who wait months or years for immigration court proceedings.

>Two-thirds of detainees have no criminal records, ICE records show. About 26% are detained solely because they are requesting asylum in the U.S. That is why ICE policy mandates that immigration detention be civil in nature - an administrative hold on detainees as they await deportation or their next hearing - as opposed to a punitive, corrective prison system. But the USA TODAY Network review found that the ICE system operates in many ways like a prison system; detainees wear red and orange jumpsuits that sometimes read “inmate” on the back.

>ICE owns and operates five detention centers in four states: Florida, Arizona, New York and Texas. Private companies operate at least 60 facilities where 75% of all ICE detainees are held. Others are detained in city and county jails, where they await civil proceedings alongside convicted criminals and those awaiting criminal trials.

>Every detainee interviewed by the USA TODAY Network alleged mistreatment by guards.

6yo girl finds plea for help from Chinese prison labourers in her Christmas card

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- Sun, 22 Dec 2019 10:57:17 EST Dg4SuPXx No.181611
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no paywall https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/dec/22/tesco-halts-production-at-chinese-factory-over-forced-labour-claims-christmas-cards

>Florence Widdicombe, six, opened her box of £1.50 kitten-themed cards to find an alarming message that begged her to notify human rights organisations.
>“We are foreign prisoners in Shanghai Qinqpu prison China. Forced to work against our will. Please help us and notify human rights organization.”
>The message also urged the finder to contact Peter Humphrey, a journalist who spent two years in jail in China at the same Qingpu prison while working as a corporate fraud investigator in Shanghai
>The girl's father contacted Humphrey on linkdin, who brought the story to the Sunday Times
>Tesco: "We have a comprehensive auditing system in place and this supplier was independently audited as recently as last month and no evidence was found to suggest they had broken our rule banning the use of prison labour."
Samuel Pittdale - Mon, 23 Dec 2019 17:21:53 EST 4scaaRdR No.181621 Reply
who is Mr. Peter Humphrey?

Amazon on Fire

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 19:36:44 EST 7M6VDGw/ No.178516
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What do we do? How can we help? This is one of the Earth's greatest ecosystems, there must be something non-brazilians can do besides "send prayers".
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Thomas Nellybanks - Thu, 19 Dec 2019 06:26:55 EST cl5/5DF0 No.181573 Reply
Sure, make people who already don't want you around feel justified in not wanting you around.
Thomas Trotdock - Thu, 19 Dec 2019 12:57:02 EST dZDaQqJv No.181577 Reply
Your opinion is worthless to me and the rest of the world by extension.
/ top page nb
Charlotte Simmerlure - Thu, 19 Dec 2019 18:07:17 EST Oi89F67V No.181584 Reply
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nips are the best part of any person, they are fun to play with and almost always taste great.

nihon or nippon is like, whatever. d00d.

you aren't impressing any of the 50 cent army with your casual racism, they expect that from burgers.

show them compassion, that will really fuck with they heads.

Growing measles epidemic causes travel bans and quarantine ships

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- Sat, 01 Jun 2019 20:00:22 EST pJ3PGJ0/ No.176301
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>The United States recorded 60 new measles cases last week, taking confirmed cases for the year to 940, the worst outbreak since 1994 and since measles was declared eliminated in 2000, federal health officials said on Monday.

>Public health officials have blamed the measles resurgence on the spread of misinformation about vaccines, as a vocal fringe of parents oppose vaccines, believing, contrary to scientific studies, that ingredients in them can cause enthusiasm.

>As measles cases in the USA continue to rise from their highest level in a quarter-century, health officials pondered a drastic step – forbidding those believed to be infected from flying.

Remember that Scientology plague ship that was getting shunted from quarantine to quarantine in the Caribbean?
Well, get ready for a lot more of that in the future. Thanks, anti-science chuds!
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Martha Buzzford - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 19:33:36 EST uJ1UMTRI No.181081 Reply
Anti-vaxxers need to be told to get with the program or form their own communities imho. Herd immunity is a thing and some people can't take the vaccines.
Archie Pebberford - Mon, 02 Dec 2019 19:18:43 EST k2YB+NcE No.181244 Reply
Americans out out wow with the pai gow.... I'm like the Chinese mowen goin mowin man like.... Haha China rules!! 2019!!
Fuck Burryshaw - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 03:41:27 EST hduNHAyX No.181434 Reply
Measles in Fiji and Samoa now.

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

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

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

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

Nobody deserves the american health service.

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

Bush, Obama, Trump: SSDD

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

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

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

Trump gets "Space Force" as 188 Democrats Join GOP to Vote $738 Billion Military Budget

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- Fri, 13 Dec 2019 00:23:49 EST ny9ZGuH9 No.181443
File: 1576214629367.jpg -(77848B / 76.02KB, 618x410) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Trump gets "Space Force" as  188 Democrats Join GOP to Vote $738 Billion Military Budget
>More than 180 House Democrats joined a nearly united Republican caucus Wednesday night to pass a sweeping $738 billion military spending bill that gives President Donald Trump his long-sought "Space Force," free rein to wage endless wars, and a green light to continue fueling the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen.
Just 48 members of the House, including 41 Democrats, voted against the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which increases the Pentagon budget by $22 billion. The final vote was 377-48.

>"This NDAA is atrocious, and it's very depressing that only 48 members of congress voted against it," tweeted anti-war group CodePink.

>In a floor speech ahead of Wednesday's vote, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), the most vocal opponent of the NDAA in the House, said "there are many things you can call the bill, but it's Orwellian to call it progressive." Khanna was standing across the aisle from Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.), who hailed the measure as "the most progressive defense bill we have passed in decades."

>According to the New York Times, Smith—chairman of the House Armed Services Committee—negotiated several provisions of the NDAA directly with Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) foreign policy adviser Matt Duss expressed outrage that Democrats allowed Kushner—who has close ties to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman—to kill an amendment that would have helped end U.S. complicity in the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

>Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), who voted against the NDAA, noted in a statement that the final version also stripped out her House-passed amendment that would have repealed the 2002 Iraq Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF).

Among the few Dems who voted against it: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Tulsi Gabbard, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Barbara Lee, Ro Khanna
Nell Hunderridge - Fri, 13 Dec 2019 06:32:56 EST TlOg9kyG No.181446 Reply
Yeah wow it's almost like the con keeps going on and on no matter which party is in power, huh? It's not different this time, but it can be, if you decide it can.

Mormons ban guns, continuing separation from far-right

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- Thu, 29 Aug 2019 15:05:30 EST dwWpzUgX No.178737
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>The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has just updated its policy on firearms, moving from a recommendation that lethal weapons, including guns, were considered “inappropriate” on church property to an outright prohibition of them.

>This marks the latest in a series of small steps the church has taken away from the Republican Party, either by tweaking its own policies or by simply upholding its usual position to the right of center, while members of the GOP swing ever further to the right.

>Merely by doubling down on the church’s prior stance on weapons in church, changing the one word “inappropriate” to “prohibited,” LDS leaders are signaling that they’re not blindly following the direction that many in the GOP are embracing, despite the fact that a majority of U.S. Mormons identify with the Republican Party.

>Gun violence is not the only issue; Mormons are also charting their own path on immigration. The GOP in general has followed Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda. Studies by the Pew Research Center show that Republicans are statistically much more likely than Democrats to believe that immigration is a major problem facing the country and that a border wall will be an effective way to solve the problem — both key elements of President Trump’s platform. Mormons, however, are noticeably more pro-immigrant than other Republicans.

>According to research from the 2016 Next Mormons Survey, a majority of U.S. Mormons feel that immigrants “strengthen our country because of their hard work and talents,” while Pew finds that a majority of Republicans believe that immigrants “are a burden on our country because they take our jobs, housing, and health care.”

>This is evident not just in the beliefs of the rank-and-file but in recent statements of the church, such as one decrying then-candidate Trump’s proposed “Muslim ban” in favor of religious freedom for all people (December 2015). Other statements have been pressing for compassionate solutions for refugees (January 2017), recommending that the federal government allow young DACA immigrants to remain in the country (January 2018) and urging that immigrant families be allowed to stay together rather than separating parents from children at the border (June 2018, and reiterated by church President Russell Nelson in April 2019).

>Abortion is a third issue where Mormons’ views are diverging from the GOP’s.
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Thomas Surryhere - Fri, 29 Nov 2019 14:13:11 EST vJzt15Nj No.181187 Reply
I'm kind of hoping they'll go to space tbh like the expanse except hopefully without having their ship ruined because someone has try to flick a space station into the sun.
Hedda Blythegold - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 12:47:49 EST G1shfJmg No.181369 Reply
Do you think they'll colonize space before China does?
Eugene Blisslewell - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 01:05:46 EST g3QwJk+8 No.181428 Reply
>pretend your religion is based off Jesus
>don't include any of the original books from the Bible
>sell real estate

Financier Jeffrey Epstein arrested on sex-trafficking charges

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- Sat, 06 Jul 2019 22:47:33 EST Zhdk+f9U No.177242
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NEW YORK — Law enforcement officials say that wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested in New York on sex-trafficking charges.

Two law enforcement officials said Epstein was taken into federal custody Saturday on charges involving allegations that date to the 2000s.

The officials spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the pending case.

Epstein is expected to appear Monday in Manhattan federal court. A message was sent to his attorney seeking comment.

Epstein’s arrest was first reported by The Daily Beast.
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Matilda Creddlenat - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 18:15:07 EST fxZPTs+O No.181399 Reply
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Why do anti-communists (let's put aside the fact that the soft social democratic policies Sanders is proposing are also being proposed by right-wing parties in yurop like the True Finns in Finland) always bring up examples like the arduous march as reasons to oppose socialism when these failure modes can't have their causes pinned on any socialist institution whatsoever? The arduous march in particular was caused by exogenous shocks to the DPRK's economy; the collapse of the Soviet Union, which was initiated by a political movement among the bureaucracy in the USSR and which was opposed by the democratic mass (none of these leaders, notably Yeltsin, ever stood in legitimate elections), eliminated the DPRK's main trade partner and left them economically isolated and unprepared for self-sufficiency. The DPRK's economy was interlinked with the Soviet Union's and their collapse precipitated economic chaos in the surviving AES regimes, including Cuba which didn't suffer as much because of a difference in institutional configurations as well as better conditions for agricultural self-sufficiency. But the DPRK is rocky and mountainous with mostly poor soil (the South is where the majority of productive agricultural land is on the Korean peninsula). The US, under Sanders, would never be in such a position, and no left-wing candidate for president besides maybe the SPUSA candidate is proposing any kind of sweeping changes to the mode of production which would even make such a catastrophic failure mode even a remote possibility.
Jarvis Blatherson - Tue, 10 Dec 2019 10:30:55 EST hCAKuWBQ No.181404 Reply
Nobody cares about any of that shit. Same reason they ignore all the starvation and war deaths in Africa when they talk about how successful capitalism is at keeping everyone alive.
Eugene Blisslewell - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 01:03:08 EST g3QwJk+8 No.181427 Reply
didn't he do most of this shit >10yards out to sea

pretty dumb to assassinate somebody over legal shit

Malta's Prime Minister, others, resign over assassination of Panama Papers reporter

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- Fri, 06 Dec 2019 18:28:36 EST L3zo7DjP No.181322
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Remember the Panama Papers, which exposed how dozens of politicians and wealthy elites, including heads of states, were criminally hiding trillions of dollars in an international tax evasion scheme?

And remember how the main journalist that revealed it all was assassinated in a mob-style car bombing in Malta?

Well, an investigation into that assassination has come back to haunt the Maltese government, and public pressure and protests are forcing the Prime Minister and others to resign in shame:
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Clara Neddlehetch - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 11:32:23 EST Oi89F67V No.181338 Reply

This board is canadian. If you're excited about the nationality of a poster maybe you should burn your passport and go live in the ocean
Betsy Clashmug - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 18:38:43 EST tlilhxRg No.181343 Reply
Excuse me, I'm Dutch. This shit has been in the Dutch news for fucking months, because over here in Europe this fucking shit is a big fucking deal! Fucking Russian GRU agents literally just waltzing around on fake Maltese passports. Fucking Saudi government agents banned from Europe over that whole "let's chop up a journalist" shite that can just sneak around back.

That's what's fucking going on in Malta. Anyone can fucking buy a fucking EU passport for 1 million euros in Malta.
Cornelius Pittbury - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 02:36:11 EST Oi89F67V No.181375 Reply
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弟弟你吃饭了吗? 你的家人爱你。
Little brother have you eaten? Your family loves you. Tranquility and harmony.

Can we adopt him?

The 50 cent army has learned the difference between the white house and capitol

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- Thu, 05 Dec 2019 21:53:30 EST E2Yofruj No.181296
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>Two Chinese state media outlets called for netizens to “renovate” the White House, in response to the United States passing a law supportive of the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement—only to mistake the U.S. Capitol for the White House.
>On Dec. 4, the country’s state broadcaster CCTV and Party mouthpiece People’s Daily Overseas both posted on Facebook an image with the following words: “The United States passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. You’re welcome to come ‘renovate’ the White House.”
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Fuck Cullyham - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 22:55:36 EST E2Yofruj No.181358 Reply
On the other hand you just made the same mistake as the wu maos that run the CCTV facebook

ICE deportation roundup thread

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- Sat, 24 Aug 2019 18:32:31 EST TxpuvBgJ No.178616
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America's gestapo had a big month. Some highlights.

Massive raids in Mississippi dissappear over 600 migrant workers, leaving hundreds of kids without parents. Workers who fought for labor rights and better conditions were specifically targeted. None of the bosses who knowing broke the law were arrested:

Greek man with schizophrenia deported to war-torn Iraq despite having never been there and not knowing how to speak Arabic, dies due to lack of medicine:

ICE agent rammed his truck through a crowd of Never Again protestors outside a private concentration camp, a group that included Holocaust survivors:
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Lillian Chembleway - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 07:23:50 EST ZbKQHcFk No.181333 Reply
>accounts didn't match up
That's an awfully comfy way of saying they openly falsified their records. Literally the only job you've got on night shift in a concentration camp is to make sure nobody dies before the day shift. Exe oops I mean prosecuting every single person involved in running these camps is a necessary first step toward healing as a nation.
Betsy Clashmug - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 18:36:02 EST tlilhxRg No.181342 Reply
Eh, could always drag them to Neurenberg and have those fuckers jump the rope. Like a proper nazi.

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