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Ammo Sales Skyrocketing Before Commiefornia's Ammo Regulations Come Into Affect Reader 06/28/2019 (Fri) 16:48:24 Id: 0b0fe0 [Preview] No. 14974 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
California gun owners have been rushing to buy bullets before a new background check law goes into effect statewide on Monday, the first of its kind in the nation.

"In the last two weeks I’ve been up about 300 percent," one Sacramento ammunition store owner told Fox News, adding that people have been "bulking up because of these stupid new laws."

Enacted in 2016, Proposition 63 and SB 1235 require one of two types of background check when buying any type of ammunition for a firearm; a $1 "Standard Ammunition Eligibility Check" for anyone who has legally purchased a handgun in the state since 1990 (and whose CA Driver's License or ID matches the address used at the time) which takes 2-3 minutes, or a more invasive $19 "Basic Ammunition Eligibility Check" that will take up to 10 days to complete.

Those with a valid "Certificate of Eligibility" (COE) issued by the DOJ will require a $1 fee.

"Locking a door doesn’t stop a thief from breaking in, so putting another restriction on ammunition it’s not going to stop a crazy person or person with mental illness from getting ammunition or a firearm," one LA-area gun store owner told Fox 11.

There are currently 10 bills in pending in the State Legislature which would expand on the law - one of which would allow people to petition a court to disarm a resident deemed to be "at risk," while another would extend restraining orders related to gun violence from one year to five years.

A lawsuit has been filed against the state by opponents of the new laws for violation of their 2nd amendment rights.


Communist Oligarch George Soros Wants Banks To Politically Discriminate Against People Reader 06/28/2019 (Fri) 14:43:09 Id: 954673 [Preview] No. 14970 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
As if the censorship of conservatives isn’t already too much, a group of far-left political activist groups, including one funded by George Soros, are calling for the financial blacklisting of wider sections of the political right.

The groups held a protest at Mastercard’s annual general meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, demanding that the international credit card giant financially blacklist a large number of prominent conservative voices and organizations.

SumOfUs and Sleeping Giants circled the venue with a billboard stating: “Putting hate groups out of business? #Priceless.”

Breitbart.com reports:

According to a press release published by the two organizations, this was coupled with a speech from Sleeping Giants co-founder Nandini Jammi, “addressing the need for Mastercard to take swift action by cutting off its services to these hate groups.”

Sleeping Giants, whose founders initially refused to take accountability for the organization’s words and actions by remaining anonymous, was set up in 2016 by far-left political activists with the sole stated purpose of defunding Breitbart by spreading lies about it. The identity of its other founder, former advertising professional Matt Rivitz, was revealed last year.

Sleeping Giants coupled these smears with targeted social media harassment campaigns against corporations whose ads appeared on Breitbart News.

Over time, Sleeping Giants expanded its targets to encompass any conservative media with which its organizers politically disagree, including Fox News shows like Tucker Carlson Tonight, The Daily Caller, Dennis Prager, and the Daily Wire.

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Reader 06/28/2019 (Fri) 14:51:14 [Preview] No.14971 del
>hate groups
i bet soon we'll see "hate actors" and more similar bullshit

id's da hade oh noes da haade :DDDD

Good! Italian Police Arrest Massive Government-run Pedo Ring In Italy Reader 06/28/2019 (Fri) 14:33:18 Id: 19884a [Preview] No. 14969 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Italian police have arrested 18 people including a mayor, doctors and social workers for brainwashing vulnerable children and selling them.

Police in the northern city of Reggio Emilia made the arrests following an investigation launched in 2018 that uncovered a network of carers who brainwashed children into believing their parents had abused them.

The network would then sell the children to foster families, while keeping gifts and letters sent to the children by their biological parents hidden in a warehouse.

France24.com reports:

The alleged abuse was reported by Italian media and confirmed to AFP by police in Bibbiano, near Reggio Emilia, on Thursday.

“These accusations, if confirmed, are frightening and shocking,” Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said at the G20 meeting in Japan.

The accused include psychotherapists working for a social work association in Moncalieri, near Turin, and the mayor of Bibbiano.

To brainwash the children, those arrested allegedly forged child-like drawings with sexual connotations and used electroshock therapy as a “little memory machine” to create fake abuse memories, while the therapists are accused of dressing up as “wicked” children’s story characters.

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Communist Professor Calls For Starving White Families To Death Reader 06/26/2019 (Wed) 17:49:28 Id: 2c462d [Preview] No. 14963 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BE PREPARED: https://archive.fo/IoKi1

A professor of literature at the State University of New York (SUNY) says it makes him happy when he sees poor white people on the street begging for food or money because it “feels like justice” and “historical vengeance.”

Professor Nicholas Powers, whose research interests include African American aesthetics and Marxism, writes that:

“white people begging us for food feels like justice. It feels like Afro-Futurism after America falls. It feels like a Black Nationalist wet dream. It has the feels I rarely feel, a hunger for historical vengeance satisfied so well I rub my belly.”

The article, published by Race Baitr, has since been deleted.

The College Fix reports:

The professor says he understands that this isn’t a “good look”; however, when he thinks about Martin Luther King Jr.’s invocations of “be [thy] best self” and “show compassion to those who spite you,” he retorts “go fuck another secretary Martin!”

White people, Powers says, are a Rorschach test: “I see in them the history of colonization, slavery and mass incarceration that makes their begging Black people for money ironic—if not insulting. You wasted your whiteness! Why should we give to you?”

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Reader 06/27/2019 (Thu) 10:43:20 Id: c6d7ef [Preview] No.14964 del
Now that's not even an entire negro. He's a mixed mulatto. I've witnessed the result of miscegenation too many times. The end result is typically a hybrid moron with partial indigenous European heritage but "hates white people", or the rare case of one who realizes the bullshit agenda. This goes not only for blacks, but Mexicans by a large majority. (I'm the anon who worked in a store in a beaner ghetto for 3 months and witnessed their anti-white shit plus gay shit) I've also met entirely European blooded people that hate and are "ashamed of white people". And why? "The holocaust, slavery." These fuckers need a wake-up call, and they're not incapable of receiving information.

A couple of these videos are by an awake mulatto named John from Prothink.org who's videos where removed from YouTube in the early 2000s. The immigration flood and "creation of a brown docile slave" plus "elimination of the white European" plot by loxist jews is not going to work out in their favor in the long-run. The parasite is incapable of prediction for their subversive actions.

And these videos. Spread truth.

Reader 06/27/2019 (Thu) 11:22:25 Id: c6d7ef [Preview] No.14965 del
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As an addition, by spread truth, I mean speak in public after memorizing information. Never call them by the three letter j word, as that tends to trigger a Pavlovian response. "W-hat? A-are you s-some kind of racist Nazi?" I reacted in much the same way before waking up to the various issues they're responsible for, so I know the brainwashed dumbass mindset. I tend to say hebrews instead. Only as an anon do I say jew.

Reader 06/28/2019 (Fri) 10:53:02 [Preview] No.14966 del
>tends to trigger a Pavlovian response
very aptly put, the conditioning is analogous

Dear Students, Here's A Plan To Solve Your Debt Problem Reader 06/01/2019 (Sat) 16:54:11 Id: 52fe9f [Preview] No. 14809 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
So, you’re a barista with a problem – you took out $200K student loans to get that master’s degree from Gumbo State in “LGBTQ2#v& Experiences as Reflected in 17th Century Bolivian Folk Songs” and now you can’t find an uncaffeinated career.

Worse, those fascist monsters who you took money from based on your agreement to pay it back with interest now expect you to pay the money back with interest despite the fact that you really don’t feel like it anymore.

Well, I have a fresh solution to this crisis. It’s an innovative strategy that totally and permanently resolves this problem in a new and exciting way.

How about you pay your own student debt?

See, a lot of Democrat politicians are promising “free college,” but what they really mean is “free for you.” Someone has to pay, and that someone is me, and I need to level with you.

I am not interested in paying for your college.

Now, some may call me “greedy” or “selfish” for not wishing to work and then have the money I earned taken from me to provide things to you that you want but did not pay for instead of being able to spend it – the “it” being the money I earned – on things that I want. I am okay with that. I would much prefer having people who fundamentally misunderstand the concepts of greed and selfishness call me “greedy” and “selfish” than subsidize their educations, educations that evidently did not include learning about basic concepts like greed and selfishness.

I certainly understand that academia is a scam and that the government allows lending to people who foolishly undertake debts that they cannot pay. I would stop it all – no government participation in the student loan industry and full bankruptcy dischargeability for student debts. Of course, this would mean many less people taking loans, and therefore fewer college students. No lose to society there. This means many colleges would actually start having to compete for students, and even – gasp – lower prices. Sounds good to me, though they would scream bloody murder – colleges have gotten fat off of loan money and many schools would go under without this pot of suckers’ cash. Oh well.

Sure, academia is a grift, but you did sign on the line that is dotted. You took the money. And I say that you pay it back instead of me.

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Ckinalane 06/25/2019 (Tue) 16:33:22 Id: 803ea3 [Preview] No.14950 del
this is a really complicated issue, because it's really odd, when you should pay for your education and at the same time pay for tutors or online services helping you to survive in the huge pile of essays and papers like https://writemyessayonline.com/, but then you pay taxes too, and bigger, because, you're already a professional with a better salary than before education.

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Fuck the original author of this article, Schlichter. His last name sounds like a woman fingering her fat, sloppy pussy. I hope he dies of AIDs, or one of the many crippling genetic diseases his kind are prone to. Not that he isn't right about not paying for student loan debt. The jew could stand to lose much of his precious shekels.

Reader 06/26/2019 (Wed) 17:34:16 Id: 224d85 [Preview] No.14962 del
I'm kind of half-ass on this issue myself because, first of all, the government did nationalize the student loan debt and by doing so they protected predatory lending as corrupt universities kept raising the prices higher and higher.

How did the government protect them? They simply removed the bankruptcy clause from student loans!

What that means is that students cannot default on their student loan debt by filing for bankruptcy! By the government protecting the 'educational system', they actually made it 1000% more corrupt and insolvent! I mean, go figure, the government will pay $700 for a toilet seat lid and that's in their own budgets! Government doesn't know how to manage money because they never worked hard for the money we pay them in taxes.... so its a big mess around a decade later due to government intervention in a market place they know NOTHING about.....

But the real problem is students can't afford these loans.... and the banks are guilty of predatory loaning.... and the universities are guilty of racketeering and overpricing/cooking cost values (extortion). But the students are obligated to pay this debt back, so this created a generation of debt slaves.

What NEEDS to be done is removing governmental protections, undo nationalization of the student loans, and ALLOW debt defaults for those students via bankruptcy cause!! What will happen? Mass debt defaults. Corrupted greedy banks go BUST. Corrupted greedy universities go BUST. Students are forced to re-finance based upon what they can pay off, but maybe they lose their car and can't vacation for a while (oh boo hoo!).

Kikes in Control: Facebook Will Now Give Data on 'Hate Speech' to Any Court That Requests It Reader 06/26/2019 (Wed) 17:19:07 Id: 201fa9 [Preview] No. 14960 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
* Follows Macron-Zuckerberg meetings

* France seeks to take lead role in regulating tech groups

* Hate speech now at "same level as terrorism" - lawyer (Adds comment, background)

By Mathieu Rosemain

PARIS, June 25 (Reuters) - In a world first, Facebook has agreed to hand over the identification data of French users suspected of hate speech on its platform to judges, France's minister for digital affairs Cedric O said on Tuesday.

O, whose father is South Korean, is one of French President Emmanuel Macron's earliest followers, and has been influential in shaping the president's thinking on Big Tech as an advisor at the Elysee palace in the first two years of Macron's presidency.

The decision by the world's biggest social media network comes after successive meetings between Zuckerberg and Macron, who wants to take a leading role globally on the regulation of hate speech and the spread of false information online.

So far, Facebook has cooperated with French justice on matters related to terrorist attacks and violent acts by transferring the IP addresses and other identification data of suspected individuals to French judges who formally demanded it.

Following a meeting between Nick Clegg, Facebook's head of global affairs, and O last week, the social media company has extended this cooperation to hate speech.

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Reader 06/26/2019 (Wed) 17:19:51 Id: 201fa9 [Preview] No.14961 del

"It is a strong signal in terms of regulation," said Sonia Cisse, a counsel at law firm Linklaters, adding that it was a world first. "Hate speech is no longer considered part of freedom of speech, it's now on the same level as terrorism."

With Facebook's latest move, France is now a clear frontrunner in the quest to regulate big social media outlets, and other platforms might follow suite, Cisse said.

The discussions on how to best regulate tech giants began with a Zuckerberg-Macron meeting last year, followed by a report on tech regulation last month that Facebook's founder considered could be a blueprint for wider EU regulation.

Facebook had refrained from handing over identification data of people suspected of hate speech because it was not compelled to do so under U.S.-French legal conventions and because it was worried countries without an independent judiciary could abuse it.

France's parliament, where Macron's ruling party has a comfortable majority, is debating legislation that would give the new regulator the power to fine tech companies up to 4% of their global revenue if they don't do enough to remove hateful content from their network.

O also signalled his openness to seeing French startups being snapped up by larger U.S. companies, in a spite of recent measures taken by Macron's government to bolster anti-takeover rules to protect the country's strategic companies.

"My only goal is to spur the creation of a lot of companies," he said. "I have no problem with the fact that some of them are bought by U.S. companies, as long as they don't have critical technology."

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Sociopaths Leading The Way To Debt Insolvency, Hyperinflation And Economic Ruin Reader 05/01/2019 (Wed) 15:23:03 Id: d9f5f4 [Preview] No. 14616 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
No one seems to care that a government already over $22 trillion in debt is on schedule to borrow another $990 million this year. All of this is occurring as individual Americans further enslave themselves with higher debt loads and retail stores fail over the inability to pay back the money they borrowed. But there are many reasons to be concerned about government spending.

The debt-based system we live under won’t sustain itself forever. Don’t get us wrong, the sociopaths in government and at the Federal Reserve (central bankers) will prop it up for as long as possible, but it is doomed to fail. That $22 trillion doesn’t include unfunded liabilities either, making the situation even uglier.

According to ABC News, The Treasury Department on Monday projected that borrowing in the April-June quarter would total $30 billion. Borrowing in the July-September period, the final quarter of the budget year will total $160 billion. The $990 billion borrowing total for the 2019 budget year would be down from $1.2 trillion borrowed in 2018. But both years are up from 2017’s $519 billion in government borrowing.

The Foundation for Economic Freedom (FEE) reported that the deficits are likely to double within ten years, making this an issue that could impoverish everyone. There are 5 reasons why the national debt is a big problem and why everyone should be worried about it.

Benefits Spending: Most federal spending is for subsidy and benefit programs, not for activities that increase productivity. Subsidy and benefit programs distort the economy and generally reduce overall output and incomes. Those distortions occur whether spending is financed by debt or current taxes. But the availability of debt financing induces policymakers to increase overall spending, which at the margin goes toward lower-valued activities.

Tax Damage Compounded: When taxes are extracted to pay for government spending, it induces people to change their working and investing activities, which distorts the economy and reduces growth. When spending is financed by borrowing, the tax damage is pushed to the future and compounded with interest costs.

Investment Reduced: Government borrowing may “crowd out” private investment and thus reduce future output and incomes. Economist James Buchanan said: “By financing current public outlay by debt, we are, in effect, chopping up the apple trees for firewood, thereby reducing the yield of the orchard forever.” The crowd out will be reduced if private saving rises to offset government deficits. But the CBO says “the rise in private saving is generally a good deal smaller than the increase in federal borrowing.” Government debt may also deter investment through expectations—businesses will hesitate to invest if rising debt creates fears of tax increases down the road.

Borrowing from Abroad: A decline in private investment due to government borrowing may be avoided if capital is attracted from abroad. Indeed, huge federal borrowing has been facilitated by global capital markets, and today more than 40 percent of the federal debt is held by foreigners. Borrowing from abroad may prevent a fall in domestic investment, but it does not prevent the shifting of costs to future taxpayers. As government debt rises, more of our future earnings will be taxed to pay interest and principal on the government’s debt to foreigners.

Macroeconomic Instability: CBO warns that a “large and continuously growing federal debt would … increase the likelihood of a fiscal crisis in the United States.” Experience shows that high levels of government debt tend to reduce growth and increase financial fragility. In their study of financial crises through history, Carmen Reinhart and Ken Rogoff concluded, “again and again, countries, banks, individuals, and firms take on excessive debt in good times without enough awareness of the risks that will follow when the inevitable recession hits.” Government debt, they found, “is certainly the most problematic, for it can accumulate massively and for long
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Reader 05/02/2019 (Thu) 01:47:28 Id: bd92c0 [Preview] No.14620 del
They've done it before. Let's hope the masses are willing to goose-step again.

Reader 05/02/2019 (Thu) 14:33:01 Id: 52a10e [Preview] No.14622 del
Hopefully, two central banks have been run out of the country in the past, I think the last one around the civil war era? Not too sure on that. Regardless, when this system crashes (and it will at some point) hopefully we can elect someone who will stand up to these kike bankers and shut the Fed down. Maybe go back to a silver or gold standard (if we have enough reserves for it).

Reader 06/26/2019 (Wed) 07:32:42 Id: 8c0320 [Preview] No.14955 del
Our collapse is already here.

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Bread doesn't cost a wheelbarrow full of money. Neither are entire families prostituting themselves and their animals to depraved tourists. Yet.

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I should add these.

TRAITORS WITHIN! Acting DHS Chief Sabotaged ICE Raids By Leaking Plan To Washington Post! Reader 06/24/2019 (Mon) 05:25:04 Id: a3fa9e [Preview] No. 14932 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

Since the Washington Post spoiled the surprise and published a report about the Trump Administration's plan to arrest thousands of migrant families who have been denied asylum - prompting the administration to cancel the raids - many have probably been wondering why somebody inside would break President Trump's longstanding policy of not telegraphing your moves in advance.

Well, now that question appears to have been answered by the Washington Examiner: The acting head of DHS, Kevin McAleenan, reportedly leaked the details of the operation (he traveled alongside the WaPo reporter who broke the story earlier this week) in what sources described as a deliberate attempt to sabotage the raids.

According to several sources who spoke with the Examiner, McAleenan had opposed the raids for months. The acting DHS head, who has been credited with pushing the policy of sending more agents to Guatemala, is said to be more concerned with what Congressional Democrats and the 'Never Trumpers' think of his performance than most other members of the administration.

"I know he has not approved of this operation for months," one person familiar with those private conversations said during a phone call Saturday night. "The president wouldn’t leak that. ICE wouldn’t leak that. There’s only a few people involved in these discussions...the only one who could have shared the details of those operations were Kevin."

"That’s our belief," a second official said when asked if McAleenan was behind the leak. "The secretary was not supportive from day one."

The White House said it had called off the operation to allow more time for lawmakers to work on a plan to fix legal "loopholes" that have helped to entice migrants to come to the US. In reality, McAleenan successfully stymied the operation by exposing the broad strokes. McAleenan allegedly told WaPo that the mass roundups would take place in 10 cities, including Chicago, Miami and Houston. The mayor of Chicago ordered Chicago Police not to grant ICE access to its databases, and refuse to cooperate in any way with the raids.

One officials said that, by leaking the details of the raid, McAleenan might have been trying to "be the martyr" in the face of blowback against Trump's immigration policies. That is, he was trying to distance himself from the administration's decision making.

The third anonymous source quoted by the Examiner blasted McAleenan as a sucker for 'Never Trumpers' and 'liberals' and insisted the leak would "leave an un-erasable mark" on his time at the head of DHS.

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There's no way this dumb nigger isn't getting removed. He's a literal security whole.

Pentagon To Turkey: No More F-35s For You If You Purchase S-400s, Turkey Cares Less Reader 06/25/2019 (Tue) 21:38:16 Id: 546f49 [Preview] No. 14952 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The United States will stop Turkey from flying and developing the F-35 stealth jet if Ankara moves forward with their purchase of Russia's S-400 missile system, according to Kay Bailey Hutchison, the US envoy to NATO.

"There will be a disassociation with the F-35 system, we cannot have the F-35 affected or destabilized by having this Russian system in the alliance," Hutchison told reporters in Brussels. "Everything indicates that Russia is going to deliver the system to Turkey and that will have consequences," she added.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, however, vowed on Tuesday to push forward with their purchase of the Russian system, according to Reuters.

"We will hopefully start to receive the S-400 systems we purchased from Russia next month, Erdogan told his AK Party in parliament, adding: "Turkey is not a country that needs to seek permission or bow to pressures. The S-400s are directly linked to our sovereignty and we will not take a step back."

The United States says the jets, made by Lockheed Martin Corp., give NATO forces a number of technological advantages in the air, including the ability to disrupt enemy communications networks and navigation signals.

Turkey produces parts of the F-35s fuselage, landing gear and cockpit displays. Hutchison said Ankara was an important partner in that production but that security concerns about Russia were paramount.

“So many of us have tried to dissuade Turkey,” she said. -Reuters

The United States has offered Turkey its more expensive Patriot missile system - first at full price, and then at a steep discount - however, issues arose over a timely delivery of the Raytheon-made systems.

Turkey has also complained that NATO allies have abandoned it during periods of uncertainty, causing them to seek alternatives elsewhere.

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US Military Knocks Out Iranian Military Computers In Polymorphic Electronic Worm Attacks Reader 06/24/2019 (Mon) 05:22:00 Id: 65e757 [Preview] No. 14931 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
U.S. military cyber forces launched a strike against Iranian military computer systems on Thursday as President Donald Trump backed away from plans for a more conventional military strike in response to Iran’s downing of a U.S. surveillance drone, U.S. officials said Saturday.

Two officials told The Associated Press that the strikes were conducted with approval from Trump. A third official confirmed the broad outlines of the strike. All spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the operation.

The cyberattacks — a contingency plan developed over weeks amid escalating tensions — disabled Iranian computer systems that controlled its rocket and missile launchers, the officials said. Two of the officials said the attacks, which specifically targeted Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps computer system, were provided as options after Iranian forces blew up two oil tankers earlier this month.

The IRGC, which was designated a foreign terrorist group by the Trump administration earlier this year, is a branch of the Iranian military.

There was no immediate reaction Sunday morning in Iran to the U.S. claims. Iran has hardened and disconnected much of its infrastructure from the internet after the Stuxnet computer virus, a joint US-Israeli creation, disrupted thousands of Iranian centrifuges in the late 2000s.

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Reader 06/24/2019 (Mon) 17:09:41 Id: 18984d [Preview] No.14938 del
Also, areas of sensitive operations should also be heavily faraday caged (and preferably underground). The reason is the existence of electromagnetic warfare which was being tested since the 1950s. If your enemy holds advanced electromagnetic weaponry it can be used to disrupt isolated computer systems / basic electronics remotely from a certain distance. Proper faraday caging sensitive areas will mitigate those threats.

Reader 06/24/2019 (Mon) 19:26:18 [Preview] No.14939 del
"Announcing a cyberattack" is nothing but a transparent lame-ass political wank with a pathetic barely-one-drop little dribble of jizz at the end. The instant a "cyberattack" becomes known, it is defended against im-fucking-ediately. Effective trojan payloads are not disclosed. They affect their targets in anomalous, vague, very difficult-to-diagnose ways to avoid removal. Alternatively, they disable some critical piece of enemy infrastructure at a critical point in time as part of a larger mission; think clipping telegraph lines in Germany the morning of D-Day. Either way, you don't announce it when it's politically expedient. So, no, there was no big knocking out of Iran's military computers. It's just another load of propaganda bullshit from an administration that can't stop lying about everything.

Reader 06/24/2019 (Mon) 19:40:37 Id: 18984d [Preview] No.14940 del
Well good point there, according to the report three officials claimed a cyber-attack already took place... although they could be lying, who knows? But why lie about something like that? I mean, like you mentioned, wouldn't that defeat the purpose if still in the plans?

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>an administration that can't stop lying about everything
Very true.
>But why lie about something like that?
>I mean, like you mentioned, wouldn't that defeat the purpose if still in the plans?
Because they're insane. See The Last American Vagabond on YouTube. Even caught out in stupid lies frequently, the retards keep trying because they have an army of more retards watching mainstream media and agreeing with the administration as they drool on themselves. I've spoken to these absolute idiots in person. The ones that follow the mainstream and parrot talking points from television. Their numbers aren't dwindling. They're not "just boomers". The boot-lickers are everywhere. I wouldn't mind taking a forever nap if WW3 happened and the entire earth was nuked. I'm tired. Never get enough sleep, not with knowing the truth about the world.

Reader 06/25/2019 (Tue) 14:04:20 Id: 49ec77 [Preview] No.14949 del
Little by little I am growing to loathe and hate them just as much as you do anon. I really don't want to see America end like this, but if it keeps going in this direction, and only gets worse, than there is no point of saving this nation or chance for redemption, the only logical conclusion would be to endorse a USSR-style collapse, which would end in mass death toll and anyone left would be faced with the challenges of starting all over. That is, if we could start over at that point (if China and Russia would even allow that to happen).... we may not get that chance, well at least most of us likely won't.