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Texas Governor Signs Sweeping New Law Protecting Free Speech On College Campuses Reader 06/11/2019 (Tue) 14:35:52 Id: 5c25db [Preview] No. 14880 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday signed a sweeping new law that aims to protect free speech on college campuses across the Lone Star state.

“Some colleges are banning free speech on college campuses,” the governor said in a video released on Twitter on Sunday as he signed the bill. “Well, no more. Because I am about to sign a law that protects free speech on college campuses in Texas.”

“Shouldn’t have to do it. First Amendment guarantees it,” he added. “Now, it’s law in Texas.”

I just signed a law protecting free speech on college campuses. #txlege pic.twitter.com/jHIh8431SH

— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) June 10, 2019

As The College Fix reported in April, the legislation, SB18, ensures that “the common outdoor areas of the institution’s campus are deemed traditional public forums” and allows universities to impose time/place/manner restrictions as long as those restrictions follow published and viewpoint-neutral criteria and allow for “ample” alternative expression.

It also allows members of a university community “to assemble or distribute written material without a permit or other permission” from campus leaders. What’s more, it establishes “disciplinary sanctions for students, student organizations, or faculty who unduly interfere with the expressive activities of others on campus.”

Finally, it protects student organizations from denial of general university services based on the organization’s viewpoint. It also prevents universities from charging more in security fees from student organizations due to potentially controversial speakers.

As part of an effort to hold campuses accountable, Texas universities must file a report in 2020 on how they are implementing the law’s requirements.

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Boris Johnson Solidifies Lead For British PM, Pledges To Cut Taxes And Leave EU Reader 06/11/2019 (Tue) 14:35:08 Id: 38c7f6 [Preview] No. 14879 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The 1922 Committee has certified 10 Tory candidates to battle to replace Theresa May. Boris Johnson solidified his lead.

The Sun reports Tory leadership Race is Now Boris Johnson’s to Lose as MPs Back Him Over Brexit.

What Happened?

Pledge tax cuts appealing to the Tory base. The party is so fragmented that appealing to the base makes perfect sense.

The court tossed out a private lawsuit against Johnson over alleged Referendum lies. The lawsuit was so absurd, it was guaranteed to help Johnson.

Chances for rival Michael Gove, the best hope of Stop Boris Movement, are sinking fast over cocaine usage. Apparently it went up Gove's nose but not Johnson's.

In an afternoon speech, Gove tried to defend his cocaine position.

Q: You have a lot of supporters here. But you must know your campaign is in real trouble. When you were a prominent figure before you became an MP, you thought it was OK to snort cocaine. Then, as justice secretary, you were prepared to send poor people who did the same to jail. People do not like double standards.

A. Gove says he has reflected on this. He would ask people to judge him by what he did as justice secretary. He encouraged people to to accept that people should be given a second chance.

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Ocasio-Cortez Could Be RIGHT: Claims MIC Neo-cons Trying To Bribe Trump To Declare More Wars Reader 06/08/2019 (Sat) 19:18:56 Id: d9402a [Preview] No. 14878 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., suggested in a tweet Friday that powerful people are attempting to bribe President Trump into war with Iran.

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez quoted a tweet by Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold which linked to an article that revealed documents obtained from Trump hotels. According to the Post's report, an Iraqi sheik reportedly stayed at a suite in Trump's hotel in Washington D.C. for 26 days after urging the Trump administration to take a "hard-line" approach towards Iran in July 2018.

"Sure looks like powerful people are trying to bribe the President into war," Rep. Ocasio-Cortez wrote.

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez's tweet garnered more than 30,000 likes and 7,000 retweets in under five hours, but responses to her statement were varied.

Concerns about escalating tensions between the United States and Iran prompted Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to proclaim that the Trump administration is ready to sit down with Iran's leaders for a conversation with "no preconditions."

President Trump has consistently maintained that he does not want to resort to military intervention to respond to "credible threats" from Iran but will do so if it becomes 'necessary'.


Good! After Trump Threatens Tariffs On Mexico, Mexican Police Taking Invasions Seriously Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 17:51:54 Id: 6767d4 [Preview] No. 14859 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/endpol/1139
ALSO RELATED: >>>/news/14800

One day after US and Mexican negotiators failed to reach a deal to prevent punitive US tariffs from going into effect over border security, Mexican soldiers, armed police and migration officials blocked hundreds of migrants after they crossed into Mexico from Guatemala in a caravan on Wednesday.

According to Reuters, the response from Mexico marks a major step in compliance with President Trump's demands that the country halt the flow of illegal immigration, primarily from Central America, in order to avoid 5% tariffs which are set to begin on Monday. According to the report, and INM officials told Reuters that migrants were being asked to show papers to show their status in Mexico.

The operation in Chiapas coincided with a meeting of Mexican and U.S. officials at the White House on Wednesday to thrash out a deal that would avoid blanket tariffs on Mexico threatened by U.S. President Donald Trump last week. -Reuters

"That many sailors and military police, yes, it’s new" - said Salva Cruz, a coordinator with Fray Matias de Cordova located in the southern border town of Metapa in the state of Chiapas, where most of the Central Americans have been crossing into Mexico.

Migration officials detained 350 to 400 people, the official said, noting that federal police and agents from the National Guard were present. Mexico’s government recently created a militarized police force called the National Guard made up of soldiers and federal police.

Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) said in a statement that a group of about 300 people entered Mexico by a border bridge Wednesday morning, and another 120 people joined the group as they walked to the city of Tapachula.

The migrants later agreed to be taken by bus to a migration office to be processed, the INM said. -Reuters

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Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 20:23:37 Id: 394644 [Preview] No.14868 del
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As that raging anon shared his anecdote, I feel it's my obligation to share my own personal anecdote. Back when I had to hold two jobs because I refused to take on massive student loan debt to put myself through University, I worked some pretty shitty jobs. I've been in drywall construction with beaners everywhere, cussing me out in Spanish. Along with that, I applied at many retail positions across the city I live in. The only reply back then was a shelf-stocking position in a Mexican ghetto. I hated those mother fuckers. They were Cholo thugs. The pieces of shit spewed anti-white garbage all night every night. Every day for three months, the cholos "joked" about big black dicks. I thought they were homophobic or something and just kidding. I was wrong. They were actual faggots. At the end of those three months, I walked into the bathroom on a short beaner sucking off the fat beaner boss. I could put up with the anti-white trash-talk, and I'm used to being considered as a second-class citizen because I'm white. What I never wanted was that image in my head. Those walking piles of trash where almost the worst human beings. But they don't even hold a candle to the tribe that infested this nation with them in the first place.

I've posted this article as a thread before:
Realize why this has happened. Know the enemy. Know exactly why we're being displaced in our own nations.

Reader 06/07/2019 (Fri) 14:54:12 Id: a38550 [Preview] No.14870 del
> At the end of those three months, I walked into the bathroom on a short beaner sucking off the fat beaner boss.

Jesus, I think I would have barfed if I stumbled into a public bathroom and saw that.

Regarding this article I posted, I just hope this isn't some PR spin Mexico is pulling just to satisfy Trump for a while so he postpones or removes the tariffs, because they'd likely begin letting them flood in again same as usual. The one thing Trump did right is hit them where it hurts most: net profits. Thats all these Jews understand. Hurt their net profits, they kvetch and temporarily stifle their BS for a while, until those shekels come rolling back into their portfolios. Then the same bullshit likely continues.

Reader 06/07/2019 (Fri) 18:43:40 Id: 394644 [Preview] No.14871 del
I quit that job that very night. It was the end of my shift and I called in to tell HR I'm not putting up with seeing employees suck off their supervisors. The bitch was a gossip. Most of them were MS 13. People were getting shot in that neighborhood weekly. Not saying I hope they got shanked, but maybe they did. I wouldn't lose sleep over it. Later on, there was a raging beaner bulldyke supervisor. She hated me not only because I'm white, but due to being born male. When it comes to lesbians, their race doesn't even factor in on whether they're going to be a cunt. Dykes are just cunts. In my current career path, I work among educated non-whites. That includes Mexicans. They're far more civilized. Don't get me wrong. We will never truly get along. They'll never understand us nor us them. The culture divide exists for a reason. Mass immigration is never a good thing.
>net profits. Thats all these Jews understand
In Mexico? I've never researched kike influence for that nation. They might. I have no idea.

Reader 06/08/2019 (Sat) 17:55:56 Id: 3b619b [Preview] No.14876 del
My God, where did you live, in LA?

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DEBT INSOLVENCY! Skid Rows Coming To Entire Towns And Cities Near You! Reader 06/08/2019 (Sat) 17:52:01 Id: 54d727 [Preview] No. 14874 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BE PREPARED: https://archive.fo/IoKi1

All over America, large portions of our major cities are being transformed into stomach-churning cesspools of squalor. Thousands of tens cities are popping up from coast to coast as the homeless population explodes, even the New York Times admits that we are facing “the worst drug crisis in American history”, there were more than 28,000 official complaints about human feces in the streets of San Francisco last year alone, and millions of rats are currently overrunning the city of Los Angeles. And yet the authorities continue to insist that the economy is in good shape and that everything is going to be just fine.

Perhaps everything may seem “just fine” if you live in a heavily sanitized wealthy suburban neighborhood and you only get your news from heavily sanitized corporate media sources, but in the real world things are getting really bad.

The other day, LZ Granderson authored an editorial in which he described what life is like in Los Angeles right at this moment…

LA spent nearly $620 million in tax dollars last year to address the issue, and yet the number of homeless people increased by 16%,reaching nearly 60,000 people.

As a Los Angeles resident, I am among those who wonder what the mayor’s office is doing. When I lived downtown it was virtually impossible to walk a full block in any direction without seeing a homeless person. In Silver Lake where I live now, there are tent cities. On my drive to work I see people living underneath the highway overpasses. It’s no longer Skid Row here. The skid is everywhere.

Of-course that phrase, “the skid is everywhere”, could also apply to San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Memphis, Cleveland, Baltimore, Philadelphia and countless other U.S. cities.

We are seeing this happen at a time when we are being told that the U.S. economy is still relatively stable.

On Friday, the Labor Department reported that 75,000 jobs were added to the U.S. economy in May. That number is consistent with the extremely disappointing figure that ADP reported a few days earlier, and it is well below the number of jobs that we need just to keep up with population growth each month.

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Reader 06/08/2019 (Sat) 17:53:34 Id: 54d727 [Preview] No.14875 del
Out of the ashes, hopefully, our New Founders in the country will arise, and fix some of the problems we allowed to occur. Corporate lobbying of public officials, for example, should be treated and punished for all guilty parties as acts of sedition and treason against the US. Never again should we allow a (((central bank))) to hijack our monetary policies either. And never again should we allow special interests to profit at the expense of the country and its people. Companies outsourcing in the 1980s should have been immediately hit with 50% tariffs as to quell their greed and contempt for the US working class.

Anyone here agree with this assumption?

Trump Stifles Mexican Tariffs After Alledged Deal With Mexico To Prevent Invasions Reader 06/08/2019 (Sat) 14:52:55 Id: f5cb49 [Preview] No. 14872 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/endpol/1139
ALSO RELATED: >>>/news/14800 | >>>/news/14859

RELATED: >>>/related/14
ALSO RELATED: >>>/n/781570 | >>>/n/783040

Trump had announced the tariff threat in response to a surge in illegal migration to the U.S. through Mexico this year. More than 144,000 people were apprehended after illegally crossing the southern border in May or were refused entry to the U.S. That’s the most in a single month in at least five years; the number has grown every month since January.

Also underreported was the fact over 1,000,000 illegals have invaded the US so far in 2019 and the year is not even half way over.

Mexico has agreed to "strong measures to stem the tide of Migration through Mexico, and to our Southern Border," Trump wrote.

I am pleased to inform you that The United States of America has reached a signed agreement with Mexico. The Tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the U.S. on Monday, against Mexico, are hereby indefinitely suspended. Mexico, in turn, has agreed to take strong measures to....

....stem the tide of Migration through Mexico, and to our Southern Border. This is being done to greatly reduce, or eliminate, Illegal Immigration coming from Mexico and into the United States. Details of the agreement will be released shortly by the State Department. Thank you!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 8, 2019

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Reader 06/08/2019 (Sat) 14:57:06 Id: f5cb49 [Preview] No.14873 del
Why these invaders should be given any protection, whether by the US or Mexico, is beyond me. Send the savages back to their own countries and dump radioactive material all across the border so they die if trying to invade again! I'll be keeping my eye on this issue, because I smell a load of bullshit as usual.

Sad! Rural Radio Stations Across America Vanishing, Being Bought Up By Giant Conglomerates Reader 06/07/2019 (Fri) 14:45:59 Id: 26ef79 [Preview] No. 14869 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
At a time when local newspapers are disappearing, the loss of a radio station leaves a community with another cultural and informational gap.

The radio station, whose call letters are KHIL, has long been the daily soundtrack for this frontier town (population 3,500) that prides itself on its cowboy culture and quiet pace of life. But six decades after the founding of the station, the property is in foreclosure, with utility disconnect notices coming nearly every month.

Small-town radio is fizzling nationwide, as stations struggle to attract advertisement dollars. And as station owners are forced to sell, media conglomerates snap up rural frequencies for rock-bottom prices, for the sole purpose of relocating them to urban areas. In a more affluent market, they can be flipped for a higher price. With limited frequencies available, larger broadcasters purchase as many as possible – especially those higher on the dial – in a race not dissimilar to a real estate grab.

Mark Lucke is standing in the doorway, looking out at the spitting, winter rain. The first thing he asks is if I’d like to see “the dungeon”. Who wouldn’t?

The “dungeon” turns out to be benign – just the original radio station building. Lucke explains that country music star Tanya Tucker “used to hang out here with the jocks”. This was before she recorded Delta Dawn at the age of 13 and left Willcox to produce a slew of hits, which landed her in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Her familiar drawl can still be heard at the top of every hour on KHIL, saying, “Hello, Willcox. This is Tanya Tucker, and you’re listening to the station I always listened to when I was a kid.”

Except for a washing machine and stacking radio conductors, the dungeon is empty. From here, in a feat of electrical wiring, several radio stations (four of which are run by Lucke) are connected to the 5,000-volt radio tower behind the dungeon, and pushed out into the sky.

KHIL was founded in 1958 by Rex Allen, who gained notoriety as the last of the singing cowboys. On the silver screen, The Arizona Cowboy could be seen strumming a guitar from the back of his horse, until the genre came to a close in 1954. He would go on to narrate a plethora of Disney movies, including Charlotte’s Web, and for years was the voice behind Ford truck and Purina Dog Chow commercials.

Allen – who died in 1999 – is now immortalized by a statue in the historic downtown. Born 31 December 1920 to Horace and Faye Allen in Willcox, Rex Elvie Allen was cross-eyed at birth, reads the plaque below the statue.

“We connected with people,” he remembers. “We told them stories about a fender bender that happened down on Main Street, or a local parade coming up, or the success of a youngster at the local science fair.”

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Good! Trump Administration Left With No Choice, Mass Deportations To Begin Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 17:52:44 Id: 3f9f5b [Preview] No. 14860 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/endpol/1139

The Trump administration is planning a large-scale deportation operation of illegal aliens, including those who have refused to show for their asylum court hearings.

The strategy is meant to “disincentivize” economic migrants who crossed into the U.S. illegally without legitimate asylum claims, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement acting director Mark Morgan.

“We have no choice as I see this,” Morgan said Tuesday. “We need to take some interior enforcement action…We need to continue to do everything that we can within the current legal framework, within the current laws, within the current statutorily mandated duties of ICE, to assist, to reduce this humanitarian crisis. That will include families.”

He said ICE won’t “target” families in their operation, but they won’t be “exempt” from deportation.

“I think that a significant incentive there is the fact that once you’re here and you’ve gone through the entire due process in this country and you’ve received a final order of deportation…We’re in a position where we need to enforce that to disincentivize these individuals from taking that trip, exploiting the loopholes, and entering our country illegally,” he said.

Additionally, Morgan pointed out that ICE would operate within its legal limitations despite Democrat efforts to prevent it.

“We need to make sure that we’re executing those statutorily required responsibilities that Congress has passed,” Morgan said.

“If they don’t like the laws, they can change them. But right now this is the law, this is ICE’s mandate. I’m committed to ensure that we’re executing those laws with compassion and humanity.”

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Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 17:54:03 Id: 3f9f5b [Preview] No.14861 del
I really hope this is true. It is almost already too late, but if they can ramp up deportations America would have a chance at saving our culture and a lot of taxpayer money at that.

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Our culture will never be saved as long as the legal immigrants remain here, and mass media continues to be dominated by kikes, pushing against culture with their various degenerate tactics.

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one thing to remember due to the lack of follow through with this (and all) administrations:
Nothing has begun, until its begun
Nothing is law, until signed into law
Nothing is over, until its over
When mass deportations begin, then they have begun. Please don't post (((infowars))) links. AJ is a kike shill, pics and link related

Amazon Creating Local Surveillance Networks For Third World Police State Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 17:50:50 Id: 758a4c [Preview] No. 14858 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Amazon’s Ring spy-doorbells are helping cops build surveillance networks in neighborhoods across the country.

More than 50 local police departments have partnered with Ring over the last two years and promoted the products to citizens — essentially building neighborhoods with security cameras on every doorstep.

“Our township is now entirely covered by cameras,” Capt. Vincent Kerney, detective bureau commander of the Bloomfield Police Department in New Jersey told the website. “Every area of town we have, there are some Ring cameras.”

When cops partner with Ring, they get access to a law enforcement dashboard where they can geofence an area and request footage filmed at specific times. They can only get the video if the resident chooses to send it, otherwise they would need to subpoena Ring.

But some police departments have been organizing Ring giveaways — at times using taxpayer dollars to buy the Amazon products — with the caveat that recipients of the smart doorbells need to hand over footage when requested, according to the report.

“We’re encouraging residents of Mountain Brook to purchase that type of technology and work with the app,” said Ted Cook, the police chief in Mountain Brook, Alabama. “We see it as trying to create a digital neighborhood watch.”

But many say the police partnerships with Amazon would allow cops an unprecedented amount of surveillance on citizens. Well no fucking shit.


Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 17:58:15 Id: 758a4c [Preview] No.14862 del
I'll agree neighborhood watches are a good idea. But you don't need Big Tech to do that. We should be focused on making the citizenry more vigilant, recruiting good samaritans around the area and of-course encouraging homeowners to be armed and trained to engage criminals. Making people dependent on more internet spy devices is only going to invade their own privacy and make people weaker. Look at these gadget addicts today, easiest targets to mug, they walk with their heads tuned into their phones, clueless of their physical surroundings! Half the time their too busy to talk to another human. Why do we want more of that today?

Communist Chinese Despots Deploying Brain Scanning Chips For Enslaved Masses Reader 06/05/2019 (Wed) 15:44:15 Id: ea4d37 [Preview] No. 14847 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Despots have high hopes for the technology, which they say could be used to spy on everything from healthcare and education to security, gaming and entertainment.

Engineers from China Electronics Corporation and Tianjin University have created a chip known as the Brain Talker, with the device said to be capable of reading human brainwave activity and efficiently translating it to enable total control over the user.

The technology, known as a 'brain-computer interface', or BCI, has been theorised for many decades, and has featured prominently in science fiction and techno-thriller books and films such as Neuromancer, Firefox, Ghost in the Shell, and Robocop.

Now, Chinese engineers and academics have apparently taken the next step and actually created a working BCI device, with the Brain Talker debuting at the Third Annual World Intelligence Congress in Tianjin last month.

Ming Dong, director of Tianjin University's Academy of Medical Engineering & Translational Medicine, explained that the Brain Talker chip works by identifying minor nerve information generated by the cerebral cortex, and decoding this information to enable communication between a user's brain and a computer.

This will be used to enslave, rather than to empower, the working slave masses.


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Don't want to have you start talking about censoring the news mate, but an unverified post like this could be a troll to make us look like whackjobs.

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Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 10:59:40 Id: 7bcd3b [Preview] No.14856 del
There is absolutely no search result for the talking points by the OP besides endchan's /overboard/ hit for this thread. Fuck it. I'm providing a source for this myself. Though the article kisses ass in favor of the intrusive technology, you can be damn sure it's going to be used in the future for nefarious means.


Reader 06/06/2019 (Thu) 17:48:02 Id: dc76ec [Preview] No.14857 del
Well the original source was promoting the hell out of this spy tech crap, so decided to edit the report. Its not meant to be satire, the link perhaps is a joke, but most of the info came from a real report from Sputnik. I just don't like posting articles that are basically ads endorsing this crap. Sorry if I pissed you anons off for not linking the source.