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Why does nobody talk about this? by Betsy DeVos - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 03:07:38 EST ID:u14mnGgU No.385141 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Betsy DeVos
>Family allegedly donated more than $200 million dollars to Trump's campaign
>She is given a position in Trump's cabinet
>Her brother is Erik Prince
>Founder of Blackwater
Can someone explain this shit to me and why it's okay?


Peace and Bipartisan efforts by Emma Claydock - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 09:41:51 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.384948 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Trump is officially the POTUS. This is great.

But here's what would be even better; if the Democrats dropped this 'Us vs Them' mentality, accepted their loss, and actually tried to put the right foot forward to work together with the Republicans.

Republicans won, Democrats lost. In other words, the absolute smartest thing all the Democrats can do right now is accept Trump as their leader and try to work with him.
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Angus Chabberridge - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:31:40 EST ID:u14mnGgU No.385128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385112
That's what I meant. As we seen with Obama bipartisanship doesn't work. I have no reason to support Trump and not oppose Trump if his legislation doesn't benefit me just like people went against Obama because his legislation didn't benefit them.
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Cornelius Fuckingfuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:51:58 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.385133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385128
Despite the, you know, illegal conflicts of interest thing?

The guy is literally violating the law now. He is profiting from foreign largess. That is a big no-no.
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Nathaniel Bezzleridge - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 01:23:40 EST ID:oETVBuSa No.385137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erE1Nf2hCmk
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Cornelius Clayworth - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 01:32:03 EST ID:5cdh2yPl No.385138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385119
>They also need to take a page out of the Tea Party book and go after any >Democrat that breaks rank and tries to deal with Trump. The first thing the
>Tea Party did was purge the GOP.


The tea party is trump, the tea party is the sick part of the Republican party.
It was manufactured is a short time with little effort, and was gone just as fast.
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Rebecca Chummlebadge - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 03:02:47 EST ID:VLZSAHSu No.385140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385138 The Tea Party was actually begun by RIght-Libertarians and then got quickly co-opted.

The big losers here are the people in general, as neither Republicans nor Democrats represent the populace.


DONALD TRUMP TAKES THE THRONE by Molly Drogglefuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 08:52:45 EST ID:KG2a/5UO No.384940 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well done brothers. We fought a long and hard battle. Everyone was against us. The globalist interests. The media. The rest of the world.

We've come a long way and today we get to taste victory for certain.
Tonight marks the day the west wakes up from its decadent slumber of passivity as the slime of globalism has eroded our birthright and our societies degenerated from their standing just decades ago.

Ad 2016 set a new tone in the world. The people have fought back. Democracy has proven to still be alive, although contested by those who support it only in name.

May God bless the Trump administration for the next 8 years!
And may we restore to the west these values we took for granted; sanity, national pride and cultural identity.

I raise my glass for you to join me in celebration of this day!
Ave ad occidentalem!
Warned
User has been warned
Warned by: C_Higgy
Message: Presidential Inauguration stream in http://taima.tv/r/morningwoood
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Cornelius Fuckingfuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:49:59 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.385132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385131
>The multiple pens are for souvenirs. It's an old, old, old practice.

Yeah, if you watch them sign an important deal, it looks bizarre. I saw one where Obama literally had to use a different pen for each letter of his full name. Usually they go to people directly involved with sponsoring a bill and any representatives from a population impacted by the bill.

It must be nice when it is some tiny bullshit that nobody gives a fuck about...
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Charlotte Hallysug - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 00:15:59 EST ID:QS8evc2c No.385134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385132

He used 22 pens to sign the ACA.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZSoUBNz13Q

Article says it goes back to Roosevelt.

http://content.time.com/time/politics/article/0,8599,1974490,00.html

>The rationale is fairly simple. The pen used to sign historic legislation itself becomes a historical artifact. The more pens a President uses, the more thank-you gifts he can offer to those who helped create that piece of history. The White House often engraves the pens, which are then given as keepsakes to key proponents or supporters of the newly signed legislation.

LBJ apparently used 75 pens for the Civil Rights Act.
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Nathaniel Bezzleridge - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 01:03:16 EST ID:oETVBuSa No.385135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385131
No they didnt
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Nathaniel Bezzleridge - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 01:05:51 EST ID:oETVBuSa No.385136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>385134
That video made me chuckle. Something as simple as a fucking pen comes in this luxury Rolex style box.
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Nathaniel Bezzleridge - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 02:02:40 EST ID:oETVBuSa No.385139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.hewillnotdivide.us/

This is fucking hilarious


The New War On Legal Weed? by David Sucklechit - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 16:55:03 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.384891 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is an attempt to dehijack a thread on /weed/....

So, Jeff Sessions is set to be our new Attorney General.
He has also said that "good people don't smoke marijuana," and sworn that we need more drug war bullshit.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/11/18/trumps-pick-for-attorney-general-good-people-dont-smoke-marijuana/?utm_term=.0484c4099ce1

Here are the options the government can take, BTW against legal weed sales.

http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/judicial/314569-trumps-marijuana-options

This puts us in a bad place, I think, because a guy like Sessions is likely to go full retard and pump up the DEA, etc and start doing local state raids like the bad old days. All he has to do is shut down dispensaries and related businesses...hell, just shutting down 10% will probably chill the market considerably and make shit hard for legal weed states.

Some argue that this is impossible given the GOP's promise to cut the budget, etc etc... But, history has show the GOP has no problem with spending when it is on something THEY want. Iraq War...War on Drugs...etc.

What say you?
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Cornelius Fuckingfuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:52:11 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.385108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Welp...on a more local level MA is about to undo massive parts of Question 4, and this could easily get rolled into full repeal.

Notice how the Careerist Dems are flocking to do the bidding of the God Emperor they claim to hate...

http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/01/20/mass-legislation-would-sharply-curb-marijuana-law/Eh9hvFnmwpWs5p6B1y0aAN/story.html?s_campaign=bostonglobe%3Asocialflow%3Afacebook
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lumpen !rGOAfuB3jA - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:12:41 EST ID:NGhC67UY No.385124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
GW ordered raids on medicinal dispensaries during his two terms but the medical movement survived it. Not sure how easily Sessions could kill the industry without significant resources. DEA prefers playing cowboys on the border these days anyways. Shit like legal weed and RCs are way down on their list.
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Cornelius Fuckingfuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:21:16 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.385125 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385124
Problem is, Sessions is an idealist. He thinks if he throws enough money and manpower at something like this, it will go away. He also believes that a magic man lives in the sky and made Donald Trump president. So, you know...he is used to thinking foolish things.

Here is a scenario...
Sessions diverts anti-terrorism funds and resources to stamping on the states, and we get 9/11 2 - Electric Boogaloo because nobody was watching shit.

Could happen. I mean, who knows. A big unknown is what Trump will and will not micromanage. Apparently, he has two management methods., He is either super-invested in every detail of something, or he is like, "Fuck it...you do it." If he simply doesn't care what Sessions does to legal weed states, then Sessions would become a serious problem.
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Betsy Guffingdock - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:28:16 EST ID:af2dJPXl No.385127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385125
Holder and Obongo were both brothas and were no less obstructive.
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Charlotte Hallysug - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 23:34:15 EST ID:QS8evc2c No.385130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385127
>Holder and Obongo were both brothas and were no less obstructive.

Give an example of that please.

Marijuana being accepted and as an industry had its fucking dawning and rocket growth state-wide under "Obongo" you half-retarded fat fuck.


Trump BTFO by Eugene Pickgold - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 13:51:19 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.384998 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Photos of Presidential Inauguration in 2009 vs. 2017.

HAHAHA.
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Charlotte Hallysug - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 19:26:40 EST ID:QS8evc2c No.385098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385095

Nah, like most Trumpkins he's probably an un-fuckable hate nerd who spends most of his time on the internet/playing video games while using the word cu<k constantly and blaming his inability to get pussy on chicks, and calling other nerds "beta."

The best part of the video are how the people are laughing their asses off at how he lacks all self-awareness of what a loser he is. Hilarious.
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Hugh Shakeway - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:01:50 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.385099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385098
He just needs his Trump hat to be a Fedora to complete the look.
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Nathaniel Bezzleridge - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:09:40 EST ID:oETVBuSa No.385101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385098
I can tell hes also the kind of person who wears that MAGA hat around everywhere hoping someone notices him so he can start shit
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Cornelius Fuckingfuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:25:51 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.385105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385099
Surprised they don't make MAGA fedoras yet...
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Ernest Brottingdodge - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:47:48 EST ID:ske2VGhq No.385107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>385082
Honestly, I wouldn't worry about it. The memeposters are gonna get tired of Trump eventually and move onto Putin as their lord and savior. No way he's gonna live up to the God Emperor persona they built up in their minds for the next four years. I mean, did you see the bags under his eyes at the inauguration? I suspect we gonna be seeing him grow a lot of grey hairs peeking out from that rug of his.

I expect to see a lot of tinfoil about our Trump being a fake one replaced by reptilians or something because liberals while the real Trump is secretly building up his elite army to MAGA underground. I'd say let them enjoy their reality debunking while the rest of the world moves on and figure out a way out of this mess.


Brianna Wu 4 Congress! by Esther Nickleson - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 03:10:29 EST ID:QuMqSRVF No.384870 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://vimeo.com/199922977
What do you think?
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Basil Blatherfoot - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 14:12:27 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.385015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384972
>Gamers didn't troll these women. Hackers and rabid anti-feminists did. They just so happen to be gamers.

You know what, fair enough. Things get confusing and I used too broad a word.

But, my point stands. She was trolled hard. To bitch that she is now trolling is pretty bullshit.

Look, I live in MA. Lynch is a known careerist, who would flip-flop on issues just to get votes. He was also against legalized weed in MA and is part of a group that wants to undo the will of the people on that. That ALONE makes me willing to listen to Wu on this issue.

Plus, she has some interesting ideas about how to retain tech sector workers by making the jobs more like union jobs. So, I am willing to listen.

Lynch though?

Fucking careerist asshole who would sell his mother to get elected.
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Emma Claydock - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 15:12:31 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.385040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385015
Lynch is disgusting. So is Wu. I can't say who trolled who first, but I do know both sides were dead wrong, and neither side represented feminism or gamers, but the cookie-cutter version of the story the media knows is that GamerGate was feminists versus Gamers, with society backing feminism, but it was all just a bunch of sensationalist bullshit anyway. Fuck the whole topic. Let's drop GG. It's a bad topic.

I suppose there is nothing wrong with listening to them. I just don't see anybody supporting Wu. But then again, I've never heard what she's proposing, I just remember her as a total scumbag.
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Basil Blatherfoot - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 16:29:06 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.385057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>385040
>Fuck the whole topic. Let's drop GG. It's a bad topic.

Fair enough. It was a shit show anyway you cut it...

>I just don't see anybody supporting Wu. But then again, I've never heard what she's proposing

It would not be hard right now to come across as better than Lynch. Lynch has been trying to undo Question 4 like crazy. He also changes position like we change socks. Chances are, he will flip to the right now that Trump is in power to try and curry favor. So, pretty much anyone with a pulse and a consistent philosophy would be better than Lynch.

Seriously, this fucker is trying to take my legal weed. Fuck Lynch.
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John Brorringbanks - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 17:45:01 EST ID:oETVBuSa No.385081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wu is simply using GG to stay relevant. Shes an attention whore. When she inevitably loses this race, she will blame it on GG, homophobes, misogynists and everything else under the sun.
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Reuben Grandgold - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 20:07:28 EST ID:6T2FD4LE No.385100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Video games were a mistake, Wu for president.


Of Norks and Nukes. by Charles Sankinwill - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 13:33:52 EST ID:T43ZgZvA No.384486 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Basically there doesn't seem to be any way to stop the DPRK from achieving deliverable nuclear weapons. No one likes them; they are a diplomatic pain in everyone's asses, run Nazi-style death-camps and produce nothing of value. Thus it is obvious to the regime that the only way it can keep this up in the long term is with a deterrent. Just having a nuke you can't deliver is enough to deter invasion (because you could set it off in the middle of the invading army). If you can put one (or more) on a missile then American carrier-groups and Chinese tank battalions et al, change from threats to convenient targets. The nuke is the great equalizer since, in modern warfare at least, it is much easier to destroy than to defend.

This is a problem because the Kim dynasty is plausibly crazy enough to use them (with honorable mentions to Pakistan and Israel). Similarly it may well embolden others to change the global power-balance in the same way. Most industrialized countries could easily build nukes but have chosen not to. As technology globalizes more and more countries will find they have the capability to build them. If the Ukraine had kept it's nukes they would still have Crimea. If Osirak had been rebuilt Saddam may well be growing old in Baghdad. The Japanese could go nuclear in a long weekend. Each time someone does the risk of nuclear war increases. It also severely weakens the hand of existing global powers. Consider the fact that Fatty Kim III (as the Chinese call him) is happily building on even as the rest of the world helplessly begs him to stop. Also, the only real defense against a nuke is another nuke. If Iran gets a nuke Saudi will want one too ect.

So where do you guys think this will end up leading?
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Eliza Sashstone - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 17:17:18 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.384779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384759

You spend more time dodging having to defend your own argument than anybody I've seen.

Can't say I'm "obsessed" with the Norwegian guy, it just stuns me somebody can be so clueless with a dearth of history proving his thinking leads to a bigger disaster than war often does.

>You are rapidly becoming the most toxic and illogical poster on this board, and that is really saying something.

Go fuck yourself. Write another post about my posting technique you little pussy and stop being such a baby. I'd rather be a "toxic poster" then a bunch of sorry children intellectuals who think they know anything about the world and are just so sure of themselves.

Sorry you're wrong and believe stupid ideas with a proven history of failure. Don't blame me for that.
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Jack Goodridge - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 17:42:20 EST ID:rw+PgsvI No.384782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384779
>You spend more time dodging having to defend your own argument than anybody I've seen.
And what exactly am I defending against? The accusation that I went to college?

>I'd rather be a "toxic poster" then a bunch of sorry children intellectuals who think they know anything about the world and are just so sure of themselves.
Yes, well, if you want to prove that you're not an intellectual child who is just so sure of himself, getting into political arguments on the internet is definitely the way to do it.
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Shit Sankinspear - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 19:31:36 EST ID:IaepfqX2 No.384784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384777

Hopefully not, but I'm not counting on the idea that policy-makers are necessarily rational, level-headed people. Just look at the next American president and his cabinet!

Meanwhile, the Doomsday Clock is at 3 minutes to midnight, the closest it has been since 1984.

http://thebulletin.org/sites/default/files/2016%20doomsday%20clock%20statement%20-%20final%5B5%5D.pdf

>Because the diplomatic successes on Iran and in Paris have been offset, at least, by negative events in the nuclear and climate arenas, the members of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Science and Security Board find the world situation to be highly threatening to humanity—so threatening that the hands of the Doomsday Clock must remain at three minutes to midnight, the closest they’ve been to catastrophe since the early days of above-ground hydrogen bomb testing.

There is no reason to be optimistic about this.
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Clara Gesslespear - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 20:15:02 EST ID:T43ZgZvA No.384907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384784
>Meanwhile, the Doomsday Clock is at 3 minutes to midnight,
I kinda find it hyperbolic though. It seems to be based on a scale whereby only by teatime is anyone considering using fission power for war.
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Fuck Cronnerway - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 12:41:35 EST ID:h19uLDR2 No.384985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384907

Yeah, it's metaphorical and designed to raise awareness around the dangers of atomic weapons and now, climate change in order to encourage policy-makers to get their heads out of their asses. However, they go about the risk evaluation in a thorough and professional way, and it's a respected organization, even if they're often conveniently ignored by politicians and capitalists who couldn't care less about the fate our species.


I don't see a problem with this by Albert Nickledale - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 16:48:40 EST ID:URtPjsoE No.384218 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone else honestly want to live in angrywhitemanistan?
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Hamilton Crasslefuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 08:32:43 EST ID:RSUWHTFF No.384938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384935

...are ffm threesomes allowed?
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Bogdanoff Brothers - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 08:32:50 EST ID:u14mnGgU No.384939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>TFW conservatives & liberals are both fighting each other over who is right.
>TFW it's just a tactic to divide & conquer the population & keep humans week.
>TFW these niggas are calling all of the shots.
Why even bother arguing pointless earthling ideologies when you are both wrong?
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Emma Claydock - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 09:34:49 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.384945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384929
Meh, It's of no concern to me. So a single one of the multiple random on-the-spot sources I grabbed was satire. There were dozens of others I could have just picked. It's not my fault people would rather hide behind a single mistake I made in a hurry rather than engage me in debate. Seems most people here are afraid to engage me in debate. Like, at least I even brought sources to the debate, unlike everyone else here who just rants about their opinions with no sources.
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James Turveyville - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:15:26 EST ID:rSCOCuPW No.384966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384945
no. it's all fake news. your entire worldview is based on lies. you can take this information and reevaluate your beliefs, or you can decide to double down on your ignorance. your choice.
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Emma Claydock - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 11:34:16 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.384973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384966
>No, it's all fake news.
You're half correct. I like where you are going with this. Clearly you're a kindred spirit of mine.

>Your entire worldview if based on lies.
You're entirely wrong. But you would be correct if I were anyone other than myself.
You think I subscribe to the news. I don't. I just look into hundreds and hundreds of different news sources from all throughout the news sphere, from liberal to conservative and then some, and I piece everything together. Every news outlet lies and deceives you, but when you look at all of them, the lies become obvious, and the little nuggets of truth slip through.

My opponent was denying this truth out-right, so I tried to show him a little nugget, but I guess nobody could see it as easily as I can, but then again if I really wanted people to see as easily as I can then I'd have to link a fucking ass-ton of sources, and that'd take a lot of my time.

Carry on, my brother. May we both find the truth through all the lies.


USA/Russia by Angus Turveyridge - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 10:55:25 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.383758 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So Obama decided to expel 35 Russian diplomats from the USA under the mere accusation that Russia tampered (mysteriously) with the 2016 election.

And then Putin, being the mature world leader he is, is just like, 'I'm not going to retaliate. The American diplomats can stay in Russia.'

Good on him to keep a level head and act mature even whilst dealing with Barack Obama. I mean, Obama can only get away with so much drama and bullshit, and I'm glad that Putin wasn't baited by Obama's ridiculousness.

What do you guys think of our current standing (the USA) with Russia? What do you want to see in the future of our relationship-to-be with Russia once Trump is in office?
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Shitting Clunkinfidge - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 10:28:18 EST ID:zRmVzsZv No.384822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383758
The diplomats are agents, not even /tinfoil/
https://twitter.com/WhiteHouse/status/814552803079233536
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Jenny Lightstone - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 12:54:52 EST ID:EQvNB/K0 No.384829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384807
Uh why? You do know the president runs America, and not the whole world, right? So following the lead of the head of the nations army=/= iluminati globalist plot to make white people go extinct or whatever these yokels believe nowadays

Funny enough, i feel most of these TrumpTards who are so vehemently opposed to beliving intel agencies will quickly turn into the most jingoistic stooges on the planet once they start working for the King of the Oompa Loompas.
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Henry Worthingspear - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 19:13:06 EST ID:WlIHpXPd No.384901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383772
Hearsay isn't proof. There're no credible sources in that report. "We believe that this behavior is equatable to what we understand on Russian intelligence" isn't proof.

That document also sites RT and CNN Youtube statistics as in "my government run media is less popular than their government-run media".

Please do your research.
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Ebenezer Fuckingford - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 07:35:54 EST ID:WLxiJs+M No.384932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>383772

>You know there's something wrong when both democrats and republicans are coming together against a common enemy.

lol no. They bicker, or pretend to bicker, over domestic policy like health care and gay marriage. But when it comes to murdering the fuck out of some foreigners and the defense contractors getting more big checks, the democrats and republicans are holding hands all the way to the douchey dinner party. They both work for the military industrial complex, and that machine is driven to drum up war, which is what it's doing, again, and people like you are falling for it, again. I'd say you deserve your god awful government but your ignorance leads to the deaths of countless innocents too.
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Emma Claydock - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 09:36:43 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.384947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384901
People will literally refuse to research something the CIA or FBI or NSA or anybody else at that level of intelligence because they just assume that they can't understand the proof and that it must be valid for these top agencies to pick that shit up.

Talk about appealing to authority.


We try to predict the future of politics... by Jarvis Blythehall - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 06:29:25 EST ID:u14mnGgU No.384873 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Thread theme:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVhJy-CR64Q
>Political pendulum swings left & right.
>Pendulum swings a little too far left & you get radical social justice warriors.
>Pendulum swings back to the right with a greater force & you get the radical alt-right.
What the fuck is the left going to look like when the pendulum swings back to the left? Pic related? Will it swing back? Or will some catastrophic event happen that'll shake the world and cause the pendulum to lose it's momentum?

Also:
>Liberal here.
>The left has got a little insane with this social justice bullshit & has really lost focus on what it means to be a liberal.
>Am I the only one that is happy that conservatives are back in power?
>This puts the radical far left back in their place.
>This also weeds out all of the "fickle" liberals because they jumped ship and became conservatives.
>Being around more conservatives has really strength my liberal ideology.
>Conservatives are also making the same mistakes that liberals did but at a much faster rate.
Maybe a Trump presidency isn't such a bad thing because he will expose conservatism for what it is. He may seriously fuck shit up but we can always rebuild & when we do we will come back even stronger.
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Rebecca Gashhudging - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 19:07:21 EST ID:SyHNKWV+ No.384900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384876 Depends on what rights you are fighting for. The right to never get triggered by a microaggression in your safe space... yeah, that's shading over towards bullshit.
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Basil Blatherfoot - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 20:07:36 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.384906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384900
>The right to never get triggered by a microaggression in your safe space...

They wanted segregated bathrooms....
Some still do...
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Nigel Clondleham - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 20:52:02 EST ID:hVQ8S/kw No.384909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> because he will expose conservatism for what it is
No one learned anything from the catastrophic failures of Dubya.
Conservatives won't ever understand that they're wrong because they have lower intelligence to begin with.
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Doris Nattingman - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 01:22:52 EST ID:zRmVzsZv No.384928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384909
Conservatives are retarded, for sure, but they're just as retarded as neoliberals. Mainly because neoliberal economic policies are championed by both republicans and democrats.
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Hamilton Crasslefuck - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 08:27:14 EST ID:RSUWHTFF No.384936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> What the fuck is the left going to look like when the pendulum swings back to the left?

Pretty much the same as 2015 except everyone has two wives and a husband.


Redpill vs SJWs and herd mentality becoming the new norm by Samuel Binkinput - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 22:46:32 EST ID:ZP0xSn2D No.384794 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know this is a touchy subject.

But does anyone know who started this? I'm open to /tinfoil/ interpretations.

I go to a liberal arts college (yea, I know) and I'm beginning to notice that a lot of people all regurgitate the same shit, have the same mentality and just display no real independent thought in general.

I've noticed this herd mentality with the 'redpill crowd' too. They just sound and act like clones.

People treat this as normal, but I find it deeply worrying.

And I sincerely believe that this phenomenon happened through manipulation. I just want to know who to blame for it. You can blame media outlets but that's too easy, it has to be coming from someone who directly gains from it.

Basically what I'm asking in this rambling post is:
Has anyone pinpointed the source of this shit? Because it's coming from some where. I refuse to believe this was conceived naturally.
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Barnaby Nicklebanks - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:43:59 EST ID:af2dJPXl No.384843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384842
>it's not bullying when my team does it
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George Mallercocke - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 21:01:28 EST ID:QS8evc2c No.384845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384842
>lol nah I've called out racists at work

I meant in well paying jobs/careers. Sorry, but faggotry doesn't play in most jobs where you make money. Nobody cares about your "safe space" whether you're a SJW/Alt-Right whiny pussy.
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Oliver Sibblefuck - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 21:24:53 EST ID:wqIgiG9z No.384846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384794
>Has anyone pinpointed the source of this shit? Because it's coming from some where. I refuse to believe this was conceived naturally.
Fascism and social liberalism have been around decades. Difficult economic situations tend to bring about periods of political entrenchment. Political illiterates when the economy is good but all the sudden turn into policy experts when shit starts getting a little rough. As far as fascism, reactionaries just naturally gravitate towards it in these situations. Modern SJW culture is just a byproduct of colleges bombarding kids with a continuous stream of identity politics. These beliefs always existed they've just acquired new language to express those ideas.

Basically though when push comes to shove even the most hesitant will fall either left or right. And given the current political climate it's becoming harder to maintain neutrality.
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Matilda Shakestock - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 22:06:58 EST ID:yjS1WOqL No.384856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>When someone interprets as derogatory almost anything that is said about him (or about groups with whom he identifies) we conclude that he has inferiority feelings or low self-esteem. This tendency is pronounced among minority rights advocates, whether or not they belong to the minority groups whose rights they defend. They are hypersensitive about the words used to designate minorities. ... Those who are most sensitive about "politically incorrect" terminology are not the average black ghetto-dweller, Asian immigrant, abused woman or disabled person, but a minority of activists, many of whom do not even belong to any "oppressed" group but come from privileged strata of society. Political correctness has its stronghold among university professors, who have secure employment with comfortable salaries, and the majority of whom are heterosexual, white males from middle-class families.



When the fucking Unabomber's predictions start to come true that's when I worry.



>The moral code of our society is so demanding that no one can think, feel and act in a completely moral way. ... Some people are so highly socialized that the attempt to think, feel and act morally imposes a severe burden on them. In order to avoid feelings of guilt, they continually have to deceive themselves about their own motives and find moral explanations for feelings and actions that in reality have a non-moral origin. We use the term "oversocialized" to describe such people.


I bet the idea of Social Media scares the fuck out of him now.

>The three most clear-cut of these we call goal, effort and attainment of goal. (Everyone needs to have goals whose attainment requires effort, and needs to succeed in attaining at least some of his goals.) The fourth element is more difficult to define and may not be necessary for everyone. We call it autonomy and will discuss it later. ... We divide human drives into three groups: (1) those drives that can be satisfied with minimal effort; (2) those that can be satisfied but only at the cost of serious effort; (3) those that cannot be adequately satisfied no matter how much effort one makes. The power process is the process of satisfying th…
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Phineas Doddlewotch - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 08:02:34 EST ID:dWgYAvhf No.384933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384856
>I bet the idea of Social Media scares the fuck out of him now.

He's recently authored a new book. It's on my list but I haven't gotten around to it yet. I would imagine he talks about the new developments in tech since he's been incarcerated though.


Trump supporters - Die hards or willing to dump him? by William Cacklehood - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 19:40:43 EST ID:1qezcbq/ No.384718 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OK...so I went over to Circlejerk just to see how bad /The_Donald/ was, and they are in full retard mode. I say that definitively, because 1/2 the posts are about Project Veritas and one recent one is STILL screaming about "OMG! HILLARY AND COMET PIZZA!" Yes, they are still going on about "Pizzagate," even though it is literally the most ridiculous story to come out of The Future and Circlejerk since that one titled, "I swear guys, my fedora got me laid!"

I started to think about political loyalties, etc. Mine own have changed recently with me writing off the Democratic Party as mostly populated by nothing but careerists who will change positions just to get elected. Ones who don't even try to win elections outside their safe seats.

Now, how about the other side?

Trump will be president. He has made a LOT of very BIGLY promises.

What could he do to lose your support? If you are a Trump voter, what are some things he could do or say that would change your mind about him? Is there anything?

This is a legitimate question. What would it take for you to not support Trump?*


*And no, the other option isn't Hillary.... So no more talking about her.
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Jack Pittingstotch - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 19:55:56 EST ID:sMjBd+5i No.384904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/trailguide/la-na-trailguide-updates-mnuchin-failed-to-disclose-95-million-1484857008-htmlstory.html
Mnuchin failed to disclose $95 million in real estate holdings and leadership of Cayman Islands corporation
>Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary pick of President-elect Donald Trump, initially failed to disclose $95 million in real estate holdings to the Senate Finance Committee. Mnuchin, a wealthy Wall Street executive, also failed to disclose his position as director of a corporation in the Cayman Islands, a well-known offshore tax haven, according to a memo from the Senate Finance Committee's Democratic staff.

>The undisclosed information, which also included about $907,000 worth of artwork held by his children, was not on the committee questionnaire Mnuchin submitted on Dec. 19. After questions from committee staff, Mnuchin included the information on revised questionnaires he submitted this month.

>At his confirmation hearing before the committee Thursday, Mnuchin said the oversight was unintentional. "I think as you all can appreciate, filing out these government forms is quite complicated," Mnuchin said. He said the omissions were caused by trying to get the questionnaire to the committee early and advice from his attorney that the information did not need to be disclosed.

>Among the real estate assets are homes in Los Angeles and Southampton, N.Y., and $15 million in holdings in Mexico. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) said "it doesn't take a rocket scientist" to understand the meaning of the questionnaire's language to list all of the positions he held.

>Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) accused Mnuchin of trying "to hide his holdings in the Cayman Islands." Mnuchin said the preliminary questionnaire listed his interest in the Cayman Islands corporation, Dune Capital International, but omitted his role as a director. "I listed the entity," Mnuchin said. "So the fact that I didn’t list I was a director wasn’t intended to hide anything."
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Clara Gesslespear - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 20:05:02 EST ID:T43ZgZvA No.384905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Personally I have a hard time taking Mr. Trump seriously. I know he is going to be POTUS and stuff but respect is earned not given. I'm not getting this from lefty-sites or whatever, it's not even my country. I have watched videos of the man speak. This is not an intelligent man.
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Lillian Codgedock - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 23:10:38 EST ID:WkSl7FC+ No.384918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384905
It's not that he is not intelligent, or rather in a haphazard kinf of way he does know what he is doing, or at least knows what he is 'trying' to accomplish, often adjusting moment to moment. Which makes him sound stupid as dirt.
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Shit Sonningbune - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 23:25:50 EST ID:QS8evc2c No.384919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>384918

He's also mostly informed by media, often FOX NEWS and Breitbart.

He's also has a reputation for doing whatever the last person he spoke with tells him to do.

He's intellectually lazy, which may equate to stupid.
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Sidney Buzzspear - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 00:58:34 EST ID:5cdh2yPl No.384926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>384919
>He's also has a reputation for doing whatever the last person he spoke with
>tells him to do.

Yea, seems he has no personal though processes. He is trying to accomplish what he 'advisors' choose for thim to pursue. Which translates to he really cannot keep on task even with advisors. He has made it clear that he will get details from 'his' advisors, that he need not read, review daily security and other basic
briefings. He is not there, he just as well resign, or call himself non-president.


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