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/sp/ Anonymous 08/04/2018 (Sat) 05:37:47 [Preview] No. 9519 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
thank you to endchan for having >us for this long but unfortunately the site issues have caused >us to seek new pastures. A healthy /sp/ needs a healthy website and unfortunately this site seems to have contracted GRIDs. I know it has been stressful for everyone involved and best wishes for this site moving forward. Thanks again.

As we go on
We remember
All the times we
Had together
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Anonymous 08/22/2018 (Wed) 01:33:43 [Preview] No.9643 del
if you're going to put in the effort to make those you could at least get it right. mechanical, electrical, and industrial engineers. not aerospace. not that i'd expect you to know the difference

Anonymous 08/22/2018 (Wed) 04:40:20 [Preview] No.9644 del
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Wow, not hard to spot the triggered babies at all is it?!

Anonymous 08/22/2018 (Wed) 05:30:59 [Preview] No.9645 del
so before /sp/ he was some little twink office bitch, but after becoming a /sp/artan he became a fucking badass?
im not sure you understand this meme tbh

Anonymous 08/22/2018 (Wed) 07:37:15 [Preview] No.9646 del
Look again! He's got an rifle in his face!

Anonymous 08/22/2018 (Wed) 07:54:49 [Preview] No.9647 del
i typed up a multiple paragraph response explaining what that meme is, why it works, how you fucked it up, and how you could fix it. when i finished, i sat for about a minute thinking about whether to post it or not. at the end of my contemplation, i decided that not only is it funnier for you to be in the dark, but you would be too retarded to understand what i wrote anyway
carry on

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Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 22:04:05 [Preview] No. 12132 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Courtney. When are you going to step up and reveal which posts you're shilling? Honest question.
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Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 01:45:49 Id: b3f811 [Preview] No.12153 del
That image portrays you as a jew. Nice job, stupid. You really can't admit when you're wrong and must carry this shit on. It's sad.

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Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 02:30:57 Id: b3f811 [Preview] No.12161 del
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There goes that false dichotomy about intelligent jews.

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Illegal Alien Savage Charged With Murdering Mollie Tibbetts Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 01:06:57 Id: aefe21 [Preview] No. 12146 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
An illegal alien spic savage is being charged with murdering Mollie Tibbetts. This was a fairly high profile missing persons case that captured national news coverage over the past few weeks. Tibbetts was going to college in Iowa and disappeared after she went jogging. They found her body in a cornfield after this evil monkey piece of shit killed her.
This is just the latest in a long line of cases where illegal aliens have committed horrible crimes in the United States. It’s certainly the most high profile since the Kate Steinle murder.
At this point, how can anybody be against tougher immigration laws and building a wall? You’d have to be a complete fucking retard to not want this. Why would anybody want these evil brown monkey savages living among us? It’s insanity. They are literally coming into our country unchecked and killing us.
Democrats who are against putting up a wall, want to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement and support sanctuary cities are actually in favor of illegal aliens coming into our country and slaughtering us.
As far as I’m concerned, this further reinforces the fact that the Democrat party and anybody who supports them is an enemy of the people. They want to sacrifice our safety for potential votes.
Mollie should still be alive today, but she’s dead because of illegal immigration.
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Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 01:50:47 Id: aefe21 [Preview] No.12156 del
going to need a link for this one. tweets are easily faked.

Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 01:58:58 Id: aefe21 [Preview] No.12158 del
well done, thank you. didn't doubt but if we are going to throw White women under the bus, I just want to make sure it's the right ones.
this was also archived already but here ya go. well done anon

Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 02:15:08 Id: bcf35c [Preview] No.12159 del
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There is a lot of gold in those shitter replies.

Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 02:24:23 Id: aefe21 [Preview] No.12160 del
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there usually is. nice flyer, have some fresh OC of mine

Fascist AntiFA Violently Attacks Bernie Sanders Supporter Waving American Flag Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 00:49:58 Id: 3e4d32 [Preview] No. 12141 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
During a protest against fascism in Oregon earlier this month, Black-clad members of Portland's Antifa cell saw a man holding an American flag and proceeded to beat the shit out of him.

Soon a group of black-clad anti-fascist protesters, also known as antifa, demanded he lose the flag, calling it a fascist symbol. Welch refused, and a tug-of-war ensued. -Oregon Live

And while Antifa violence is nothing new, the American flag that set them off was held by 38-year-old cook Paul Welch, a Bernie Sanders supporter who was moving among the crowd of counter-protesters opposing a right-wing rally held at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park.

"I didn't come as a part of any one group," Welch said in an interview with The Oregon Live. "I was just protesting outsiders coming here for their tacitly fascist event."

Ironically, Welch was trying to show people that Porland liberals are patriotic: "I had felt like showing that a liberal, free Portland — or any major city, really — is much more American and much more numerous and strong than any of these interloping groups," he said.

A "slightly progressive leftist" by his telling, Welch is a registered Democrat in Oregon, voting records show. He cast his ballot for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential primary and Hillary Clinton in the general election, he said.

The 38-year-old line cook is also no stranger to street protests in Portland. He said he attended the Women's March held during the weekend of Donald Trump's inauguration.

This summer, Welch, who works six days a week at a catering company, stopped by the Occupy ICE encampment on his days off to bring protesters water, toilet paper and sunblock, he said. -Oregon Live

Welch told Oregon Live that he's no fan of Trump or his policies, nor of the right-wing group Patriot Prayer, whose Portland rallies Welth believes are intended to inflame the city's liberal residents - calling them "just offensive." He says that his decision to counter-protest with an American flag was to "take back" a symbol used more often by conservatives.

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Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 00:56:32 Id: fd84bb [Preview] No.12143 del
>"fascist Antifascist"
George Soros vs. a Bernie Sanders supporter. More kike vs. kike news.

State-run Media Silent as South Africa Seizes Land from White Farmers Reader 08/22/2018 (Wed) 00:34:06 Id: 5c60ff [Preview] No. 12137 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The South African government has begun seizing land from white farmers, following an August 1 ruling which amended that nation’s constitution to legalize the practice. Despite the disturbing ramifications of this human rights abuse at the hands of a foreign government, both cable and network news have remained stubbornly silent on the issue.

According to the Johannesburg-based City Press, the South African government has begun the process of expropriating two game farms based in Limpopo. The government reportedly put the plan into motion after the owners rejected offers by the state to purchase their land for as little as one-tenth of its actual value.

It appears that the expropriations are meant to serve as retroactive punishment for apartheid. A spokesman for the ANC – the party in power in South Africa – has admitted as much, asserting that the seizures were “tied to addressing injustices of the past.”

News of these seizures broke in Western media on the morning of August 20, giving networks more than enough time to fit the story into their evening broadcasts. However, none bothered to mention the scandal.

These same networks did find time for other pressing international matters – such as the case of a Norwegian woman who was rescued after falling off a cruise ship embarking from Italy. That story was mentioned on both ABC's World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News.

Back in 2016, CBS Evening News ran segments two consecutive nights proclaiming that the white rhinoceros was “under assault” in South Africa. ABC has reported on that same crisis as recently as October of 2017.

Cable news outlets CNN and MSNBC have been equally uninterested in the ongoing land seizures. As far as print media, Newsweek appears to be the only widely-distributed American publication to have mentioned the story.

The media’s ongoing silence about this troubling development may in part be due to embarrassment from the left’s historic support for the ANC – the party responsible for the land-grabs. But whatever the reason, it appears that as far as South Africa is concerned, the liberal media are more interested in white rhinos than they are in white farmers.


Facebook 'Reputation Score' Exposed, Echoes China's 'Social Credit' System Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 15:00:04 Id: 58eed5 [Preview] No. 12118 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://archive.fo/TKOfU (Don't Like Government Spying? You Won't Like Facebook Either)
https://archive.fo/bWnik (Facebook Using Cameras and Microphones For Spying On Users)
https://archive.fo/PeE6U (Censorship Is Rampant On Facebook 1)
https://archive.fo/eNPh4 (Censorship Is Rampant On Facebook 2)
https://archive.fo/SYS7l (Censorship Is Rampant On Facebook 3)
https://archive.fo/r1XEp (Censorship Is Rampant On Facebook 4)
https://archive.fo/zXm1p (Censorship Is Rampant On Facebook 5)
https://archive.fo/XyCyx (Censorship Is Rampant On Facebook 6)
https://archive.fo/FGPvc (FCC Admits Facebook Censorship)
https://archive.fo/7JzpZ (Facebook Embeds Spyware Scripts All Over The Internet)
https://archive.fo/KUAbq (Facebook Buying Info On Alternative Social Media Users)
https://archive.fo/JhgFg (Facebook Caught Selling All User Data To Third Parties)
https://archive.fo/qvubM (Quitting Facebook Reduces Cancer Risk, Study Finds)
https://archive.fo/x7BYb (Facebook Stealing Online Medical Information On Their Users)
https://archive.fo/OLAlX (Facebook Providing Dictatorships With Info To Arrest Users)
https://archive.fo/q2Sb7 (Facebook Wants AI Spyware To Scan You Mind, Predict Your Behavior)

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Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 15:00:40 Id: 58eed5 [Preview] No.12119 del
“Not knowing how [Facebook is] judging us is what makes us uncomfortable,” said Claire Wardle, director of First Draft, research lab within Harvard Kennedy School that focuses on the impact of misinformation and is a fact-checking partner of Facebook, of the efforts to assess people’s credibility.

“But the irony is that they can’t tell us how they are judging us - because if they do the algorithms that they built will be gamed.”

This all sounds ominously like the Orwellian China 'social credit' system, which in addition to blocking the flights and trains, the Global Times noted that the names of those with low social credit scores had been shamed on a public list, said Meng Wei, spokeswoman for the National Development and Reform Commission, via news website chinanews.com.

Those on the list could be denied loans, grants, and other forms of government assistance, Wei added.

“Hou’s phrase that the ‘discredited people become bankrupt’ makes the point, but is an oversimplification,” Zhi Zhenfeng, a legal expert at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, told the Global Times.

“How the person is restricted in terms of public services or business opportunities should be in accordance with how and to what extent he or she lost his credibility.”

Fakebook User = Loser


Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 21:49:51 Id: ba153a [Preview] No.12131 del
I've never fealt more vindicated than now for telling people they're retarded for using that site. You absolutely can't refute it now.

Confirmed: Leaked Memo Proves George Soros Lobbyied Social Media To Censor Conservatives Ahead of Midterm Elections Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 14:08:22 Id: e51527 [Preview] No. 12115 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

BOYCOTT THE CENSORSHIP, DO SEEK ALTERNATIVES: >>>/endtimes/34 ; >>>/endtimes/39

The recent wave of censorship of conservative voices on the internet by tech giants Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Apple mirrors a plan concocted by a coalition of George Soros-funded, progressive groups to take back power in Washington from President Trump’s administration.

A confidential, 49-page memo for defeating Trump by working with the major social-media platforms to eliminate “right wing propaganda and fake news” was presented in January 2017 by Media Matters founder David Brock at a retreat in Florida with about 100 donors, the Washington Free Beacon reported at the time.


On Monday, the Gateway Pundit blog noted the memo’s relationship with recent moves by Silicon Valley tech giants to “shadow ban” conservative political candidates and pundits and remove content: https://archive.fo/hNSsv

The Free Beacon obtained a copy of the memo, “Democracy Matters: Strategic Plan for Action,” by attending the retreat.

The memo spells out a four-year agenda that deployed Media Matters along with American Bridge, Shareblue and Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) to attack Trump and Republicans. The strategies are impeachment, expanding Media Matters’ mission to combat “government misinformation,” ensuring Democratic control of the Senate in the 2018 midterm elections, filing lawsuits against the Trump administration, monetizing political advocacy, using a “digital attacker” to delegitimize Trump’s presidency and damage Republicans, and partnering with Facebook to combat “fake news.”

The Free Beacon in its January 2017 story said Brock sought to raise $40 million in 2017 for his organizations.

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Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 19:18:43 Id: e51527 [Preview] No.12121 del
I don't see you providing any solutions.

Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 20:11:08 Id: 53600e [Preview] No.12125 del
To a Hungarian billionaire jew vs. a millionaire jew POTUS while jewish controlled social media is right in the middle? No. There are no solutions. You lose by rooting for either side.

Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 20:15:50 Id: e51527 [Preview] No.12128 del
To be fair, you lose by doing nothing about it, sulking and giving up completely. At the very minimum you should be getting prepared for SHTF if you really think its too late.

Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 20:22:32 Id: 53600e [Preview] No.12129 del
Never said I was sulking and giving up. I just insinuated jewish hegemony vs. jewish hegemony isn't worth anyone's time. Let the vipers go at each others' throats.

Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 21:46:26 Id: e674c0 [Preview] No.12130 del
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There's always the good old fashioned lamp post windchime solution. Never fails to be a crowd pleaser.

STATE-RUN BLACKOUT: George Soros Broke US Charity Laws, Illegally Meddled In MANY Elections Across The Globe Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 20:11:46 Id: d70e38 [Preview] No. 12126 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/12115

Billionaire globalist George Soros has repeatedly broken US charity laws by diverting public donations into election meddling efforts, a Wall Street analyst claims.

“The vast network of ‘false-front’ George Soros-backed ‘charities’ that actually seem to be political action organizations deserves coordinated scrutiny by nations including the US and Russia, among others, that likely have been severely damaged over many years,” Charles Ortel told Sputnik.

Sputniknews.com reports: https://archive.fo/FpQxZ

On August 19, Judicial Watch, a government watchdog, tweeted that it “uncovered bombshell info showing that the Obama administration sent US taxpayer funds overseas to an organization supported by billionaire George Soros — which used the money to fund leftwing political activities benefiting the socialist government of Albania,” referring to its April report and apparently signaling that it continues to keep an eye on the magnate.

JW uncovered bombshell info showing that the Obama Administration sent U.S. taxpayer funds overseas to an org supported by billionaire George Soros – which used the money to fund leftwing political activities benefiting the socialist government of Albania. https://t.co/K7Vhff6U5M

— Judicial Watch (@JudicialWatch) August 19, 2018

Earlier, the watchdog revealed that under Barack Obama, the US government used taxpayer dollars to fund the billionaire’s controversial political activities in Guatemala, Macedonia and sued the US State Department and USAID for records about the funding and operations of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations in Romania and Colombia.

According to Ortel, George Soros has flouted US charity laws in several ways, for decades through his network of Open Society organizations and others.

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Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 20:12:16 Id: d70e38 [Preview] No.12127 del
According to the investigative journalist, this indicates that Soros and his liberal counterparts’ influence has been steadily fading, which requires them to step up lobbying.

“In recent years, Soros and other politically active, globalist cronies may actually have been burning some of their considerable fortunes,” Ortel said. “Rising influence of social media and declining influence of legacy media means that it may be tougher to lead masses of public opinion to outcomes desired by partisan donors, whether left-leaning like Soros, establishment like Koch, or populists like Trump and Bannon.”

Indeed, the Hungarian government had previously forced Soros’s office out of the country, lambasting the foundations controversial political activities in the country related to the refugee crisis. The American billionaire has come under heavy criticism from both foreign governments and US conservatives.

“This growing awareness likely helps explain why voters in so many nations already are upending establishment parties and the status quo to the evident shock of supposed ‘thought-leaders’ in academia, media, and in ‘think-tanks,'” Ortel noted, expressing hope that “charity abuses and unwelcome foreign meddling in national elections will soon be exposed, prosecuted, and then regulated to the fullest extent practicable.”

However, it appears that Soros is not going to give up: “In advance of the midterm elections, Soros has so far contributed at least $15 million to support Democratic candidates and causes,” The New York Times announced in July. Besides, the media outlet has also been recently listed among the tycoons’ beneficiaries: Soros has poured $3 million into the newspaper’s stock holdings this year.


Micheal Cohen Arrested For Cooking Books, Tax Fraud Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 19:19:25 Id: e89dcb [Preview] No. 12122 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Michael Cohen has entered into a plea agreement on campaign finance violations, bank fraud and tax evasion with federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York, according to ABC, confirming earlier reports.

However, contrary to the NBC suggestion that Cohen would "flip" on Trump as part of the plea, CNN reported that as part of the plea deal under discussion, Cohen is not expected to cooperate with the government. Instead, by pleading guilty, both Cohen and prosecutors would avoid the spectacle and uncertainty of a trial.

Prosecutors said in court their investigation is into Cohen's personal financial dealings. The search warrant authorizing the FBI raid referenced Cohen's taxi medallion business, the identity of banks that loaned him money and payments made to suppress negative information during the presidential campaign, such as the $130,000 hush money payment Cohen made days before the election to porn star Stormy Daniels, who alleges she had an affair with Trump nearly a decade ago. Trump has denied an affair.

It's not clear how any plea deal with Cohen might affect other entities that have been under scrutiny by federal prosecutors as part of the Cohen investigation, including the publisher of the National Enquirer, American Media Inc., which gave a $150,000 contract during the 2016 election cycle to another woman who alleged an affair with Trump.

Michael Cohen, Trump's former personal attorney who we learned on Sunday is under federal investigation for bank fraud totaling "well over $20 million", is discussing a possible guilty plea with Manhattan federal prosecutors in connection with tax fraud and banking related matters, according to NBC. While no deal has been reached, NBC's sources say the potential deal could be reached as early as today.

A plea by Cohen would have significant implications for Trump, who has worked closely with Cohen for more than a decade and who has blasted Cohen ever since his former fixer and his attorney, old Clinton hand Lanny Davis, began signaling this summer that Cohen might cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

The Cohen probe is being led by the office of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan, but any cooperation agreement would likely extend to other federal investigations. As a reminder, in July Cohen, who once bragged he'd take a bullet for Trump, hinted that may have changed. "I put family and country first," he told ABC.

In addition to bank and tax fraud questions arising from Cohen's taxi business, federal prosecutors are looking into whether the hush-money payments Cohen arranged with women who claimed they had sexual encounters with Trump amount to violations of campaign finance law.

FBI agents raided Cohen’s office and hotel room in April and seized documents and electronics. According to people with knowledge of the search warrant, agents were looking for information related to a $130,000 transaction between Cohen and adult film star Stormy Daniels, who allegedly had an affair with Trump more than a decade ago, as well as information about a reported payment of $150,000 to former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who also says she had an affair with Trump, and information about the “Access Hollywood” tape in which Trump was heard making vulgar boasts about women.

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Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 19:19:52 Id: e89dcb [Preview] No.12123 del
In July, Davis released a phone conversation that Cohen secretly recorded in which Trump mentions “cash” in relation to a possible payment involving McDougal.

In recent weeks, Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani has led the push to discredit Cohen. In a July interview with CNN, Giuliani called Cohen "a person who is found to be an incredible liar, who's got a tremendous motive to lie now."

The president and his attorneys have denied that Cohen's cooperation could incriminate the president.

Update 2:

Michael Cohen will appear in a Manhattan federal courtroom at 4 p.m. Tuesday, a spokesman for the federal prosecutor in Manhattan told Bloomberg; The statement came shortly after ABC News reported that Cohen had reached a tentative agreement to plead guilty. Cohen is expected to appear in front of Judge William Pauley III.

CNN adds that Cohen has now surrendered to the FBI.

Update 3:

The NYT confirms that Michael Cohen's plea deal does not involve co-operation with the government, but will include jail time. The plea deal will include tax fraud and bank fraud.

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Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 19:21:16 Id: e89dcb [Preview] No.12124 del
Good! Now when are all the other thousands of bankers going to be arrested for committing the same crimes in NYC?

Endless War! ISIS Re-emerges In Areas Still Occupied By US & Israel Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 09:04:40 Id: fe5219 [Preview] No. 12084 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A spokesman for the US-led coalition, who are purportedly fighting ISIS, says American troops will stay in Iraq “as long as needed”

The announcement comes amid reports that the terrorist group is making a comeback in Iraq as well as neighboring Syria: https://archive.fo/BfDWw

Colonel Sean Ryan told a news conference on Sunday: “We’ll keep troops there as long as we think they’re needed … The main reason, after ISIS is defeated militarily is the stabilization efforts and we still need to be there for that, so that’s one of the reasons we’ll maintain a presence.”

In otherwords, “We’ll keep troops there until Assad is defeated and we can completely destabilize the Middle East for our master Israeli interests, so that’s one of the reasons we’ll maintain a presence.”

Press TV reports: https://archive.fo/HWOSF

In recent months, US President Donald Trump has repeatedly touted his administration’s success in defeating Daesh and destroying its so-called caliphate in Iraq and Syria.

[Everyone in the know understands Trump is LYING. The Russian and Syrian military coalition were and still are the ones fighting ISIS!]

Trump, who ran for office pledging to end the US military engagements overseas, has dispatched hundreds of additional troops to Iraq and put them closer to the front lines with more freedom to bomb targets.

Coalition officials have talked about how the military campaign dislodged Daesh from about 98 percent of the territory it once held in Syria and Iraq.

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 18:39:41 Id: 0214bf [Preview] No.12101 del
I know the feeling, I talk to my relatives and family members too from time to time. Some of them are awake and do understand the levels of corruption pretty well. But many just do not understand or have a clue about anything (nor do they even care about the truth, they'll just continue to listed to garbage propaganda and believe it no matter what).

As far as Syria looks like I need some updating on this, haven't looked at it too much recently.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:57:58 Id: 3c2790 [Preview] No.12111 del
Grey was ISIS, green was FSA. Both were already liberated.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 23:38:21 Id: b9860f [Preview] No.12112 del
Looks like they have a little occupied territory remaining (these might just be rogue militants at this point, who knows?)


Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 00:52:49 Id: 3c2790 [Preview] No.12113 del
What they're really doing is destabilising sub-Saharan Africa. Nigeria has the biggest economy and population in sub-Saharan Africa, and northeast Nigeria is the centre of jihadism on the continent. Attacking Nigeria = the large population fleeing as "refugees" to North Africa and eventually Europe.

Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 14:01:30 Id: d8f320 [Preview] No.12114 del
This really IS a "Deliberate Destabilization" agenda.

SHEEPLE: Student Loan Debt Is Hurting The Economy, Not Making Things Any Better Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 18:58:28 Id: be16ef [Preview] No. 12102 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

It’s that time of year, when students prepare to head back to the classroom. For many taking the next step in higher education, the question is increasingly, “Is it worth it?” Millions of millennials have already put off settling down because of the rising costs of servicing college debts to the detriment of economic growth.

Student loans are now the second-largest category of household debt in America, topping $1.4 trillion and trailing only mortgages at $9 trillion. And while Korn Ferry puts the average starting salary for a 2018 college graduate at $50,390, up 2.8 percent from 2017, the just-released July Consumer Price Index report shows the inflation rate rose 2.9 percent over the last 12 months. Does the phrase “treading water” come to mind?

A recent report by Bloom Economic Research breaks out the demographic challenges that have resulted from the 176 percent increase in student loan debt in the decade through 2017. In the years leading up to the housing crisis and the dramatic loosening of mortgage credit standards, many families tapped readily available home equity to finance pricier higher educations for their children than they would have otherwise been able to afford. After the bust, this avenue was blocked, leaving only the higher education inflation it had fueled.

From 2007 through 2017, the CPI rose by 21 percent. Over that same period, college tuition costs jumped 63 percent, school housing surged 51 percent and the price of textbooks by 88 percent. These troubling growth rates wipe away any mystery behind today’s staggering levels of student loan debt, which have almost tripled from the 2007 starting point of $545 billion. As of the fourth quarter, student loans represented 10.5 percent of a record $13.1 trillion in U.S. household debt, up from 3.3 percent at the start of 2003.

Regardless of income bracket, housing is the biggest line item in family budgets. On that count, the best news for fresh grads is that rent growth appears to be slowing as a flood of apartment supply hits the market. According to RentCafe, the average rent in the U.S. was a record $1,409 in July, a 2.8 percent from a year earlier. While rent growth has stopped outpacing gains in salaries, the level is nevertheless prohibitively high for many, especially those weighed down by student loans the minute they cross the stage. The average student loan payment is $351. Tack that on to average rents and you’re pushing $1,800 before you hit the online grocery app icon on your smart phone, the bill for which runs at least $100 a month for most of us. Using college grad starting salaries, that takes up a large chunk of monthly take-home pay of about $3,400 if you live in Texas or $3,100 if you’re in New York.

The latest demographic breakdown available has an end point of 2016. What we know through that period is that 22.4 percent of all U.S. households carried student debt, with the percentage rising to 44.8 percent for those aged 18-34, or $33,000 on average, up from 18.6 percent in 2001. The average household has to save for almost six and a half years to cover a 20 percent down payment on a home at current prices, according to a recent study by Zillow’s HotPads. That’s based on the steep assumption that workers can sock away 20 percent of their monthly take-home pay.

The outer birth-year band for millennials is 1981, making 2018 the year millennials are closer to 40 than they are to 30. While homeownership has picked up, it’s been held back for a decade due to the stagnant wage growth coupled with onerous debt burdens.
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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 19:09:06 Id: be16ef [Preview] No.12105 del
College should ONLY be considered for those who want professional careers, such as: a doctor, a lawyer, an engineer, an architect, a computer scientist, a chemist for professional labs, an archaeologist, something where you need to know a lot of brain skills or professions that a normal school will not provide you. This would be about 20% of the population. The rest should be going to a trade school.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 19:13:52 Id: be16ef [Preview] No.12106 del
I remember back in the 60s, the TV and radio media conglomerates were always shilling "you need to go to college goyim, you have no future without out it!" NONSENSE! In the 50s and even 60s only half the population went to college, many graduated high school and got a full time job, worked their way up. Many went to trade schools. The indoctrination that everyone "must attend college" has created one of the biggest loan rackets besides war. My God, and most boomers are guilty too for buying into the propaganda over the years too.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:09:03 Id: 4905f2 [Preview] No.12108 del
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>tfw I went through university after saving my own money for years, wrote papers for Marxist classes with sarcasm they didn't detect, and now I'm a specialist with minimal hours
My family now knows privileges I never did. There's a way to get through college. Massive student loans and rushing it are not the way. Those who are incapable of hard work, sacrificing their time, and expecting handouts won't do very well.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:16:11 Id: 9d1062 [Preview] No.12109 del
If you can go to college without taking massive loans then perhaps its well worth it. This of-course depends on what profession your aiming to learn and utilize later in life as well.

Most kids today take tens of thousands in student loans thinking they can get some degree in liberal arts or political science and end up taking part time jobs to pay off overwhelming debts for half their life! That's fucking stupid!

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:29:52 Id: 9d1062 [Preview] No.12110 del
The most ironic thing of all is most the older folks I know who never went to college had basic jobs that paid pretty damn well. Plumbing, carpentry / household refurbishment, I'm buddies with a former electrician, I know a former construction contractor... all these people who made out pretty well had absolutely no college experience. Some of them learned right out of high school. Guess what? They're all retired now, they have nest eggs (savings). I never went to college myself [won't get into too much detail here for opsec reasons but for half my life I was a local truck driver who picked up supplies from various warehouses across the state and shipped them to retailers around a major metropolitan area.] Anyway, no college and I made out pretty good too. Back in the day many people went to trade schools and it didn't cost them jack shit, and they got decent jobs. College is mostly a racket, it really is.

Feds File Discrimination Complaint Against Facebook Over Violation of the Civil Rights Act Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 08:19:00 Id: 69aae4 [Preview] No. 12083 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/11602 ; >>>/news/11620 ; >>>/news/11631 ; >>>/news/11645 ; >>>/news/11711 ; >>>/news/12042
ALTERNATIVES: >>>/endtimes/34 ; >>>/endtimes/39

The Trump administration announced a fair housing discrimination complaint against social media giant Facebook on Friday, saying the way the company targets ads can be used to screen out people based on race, sex or other protected categories.

The complaint goes to the heart of Facebook’s business model, which depends on being able to offer advertisers micro-targeting.

“Facebook mines extensive user data and classifies its users based on protected characteristics. Facebook’s ad targeting tools then invite advertisers to express unlawful preferences by suggesting discriminatory options,” the Housing and Urban Development Department said in the complaint.

Among those options are physical disabilities, parents with children and even religious practices — advertisers are allowed to show their ads only to people Facebook deems interested in “Jesus” or the “Christian Church,” for example.

Those practices could violate the Civil Rights Act, HUD said in the complaint, dated August 13.

The government had begun an investigation in 2016 after learning that Facebook allowed people running ads to narrow down those who can see their advertising based on protected categories.

Facebook didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, but has previously said its policies tell advertisers not to discriminate. The company also insisted it had safeguards to stop advertisers from selecting based on race or ethnicity.

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 10:41:36 Id: d480c9 [Preview] No.12089 del
Either the Feds hand their asses to them or the masses will by switching to alternatives. Only a matter of time. Clock is ticking for these faggots.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 21:49:25 Id: 34a411 [Preview] No.12107 del
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>Facebook didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, but has previously said its policies tell advertisers not to discriminate. The company also insisted it had safeguards to stop advertisers from selecting based on race or ethnicity.
>Blame your site's algorithm on the advertisers

What a dumb fuck.

Twitter CEO Admits They Are Biased Against Conservatives, Yet Denies Censorship Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 18:57:41 Id: fe2a43 [Preview] No. 12065 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BOYCOTT THE CENSORSHIP, SEEK ALTERNATIVES: >>>/endtimes/34 ; >>>/endtimes/39

The Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted to CNN that his staff are biased against Trump supporters, in a stunningly honest interview with Brian Stelter.

The interview, aired on Sunday, confirms what many of us have always known: Twitter has a strong left-leaning bias and engages in “shadow banning” of people they do not agree with politically.

Dailywire.com reports: https://archive.fo/swPih

“Are we doing something according to political ideology or viewpoints? We are not. Period,” Dorsey claimed during the interview, which took place on Friday. “We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology. We look at behavior.”

But he went on to say that the social media company needs to remove bias from its service.

“I think we need to constantly show that we are not adding our own bias, which I fully admit is left, is more left-leaning,” Dorsey continued. “We need to remove all bias from how we act and our policies and our enforcement and our tools.”

“I haven’t done enough of, like, articulating my own personal objectives with this service and my own personal objectives in the world,” Dorsey explained.

"We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology," @Jack told me. But he knows some people do not believe him. "I think we need to constantly show that we are not adding our own bias, which I fully admit is left, is more left-leaning," he says... pic.twitter.com/1i8jJunhfz

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 01:31:01 Id: 5a07fb [Preview] No.12079 del
I wouldn't touch DuckDuckGo with a pole. It's owned by Gabriel WEINBERG (Yiddish surname, kike) who used to run the Names Database, a website that aimed to connect people who had lost contact by gathering lots and lots of e-mail addresses, getting access could be done by either paying money, or submitting lots of e-mail addresses of other people. And this guy then starts a "privacy-oriented" search engine. They also once set a tracking cookie, even though they claimed not to. HM...

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 11:06:41 Id: fc30b8 [Preview] No.12090 del
Holy shit I like this idea, is it legal to purchase in the US and how much do their products cost?

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 11:44:41 Id: 565010 [Preview] No.12091 del
I meant to post this in the other thread about turkey and iphones, but anyway... prices are pretty reasonable. phones are $600. there is a link in my previous post if you want more info

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 16:23:27 Id: 473262 [Preview] No.12095 del
I would never buy a touch phone (iphone style crap). Never used one, don't know how and don't care to. However a nice PC or laptop from that company may not be a bad idea as long as they don't charge too much.

USSA: Amazon Monopoly Is Being Subsidized By Taxpayers Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 16:16:09 Id: 7ddbb3 [Preview] No. 12092 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
For a little while earlier this year, it seemed as though 87-year-old Rosie Thomas and her neighbors in the small town of Gainesville, Va., had beaten Amazon. Virginia’s largest utility, Dominion Energy Inc., had planned to run an aboveground power line straight through a Civil War battlefield—and Thomas’s property—to reach a nearby data center run by an Amazon.com Inc. subsidiary. After three years of petitions and protests in front of the gated data center, skirmishes punctuated by barking dogs and shooing police, Dominion agreed to bury that part of the line along a nearby highway, at an estimated cost of $172 million.

Within a month, however, the utility and state legislators had passed on the cost to Thomas and her fellow Virginians. The state’s House of Delegates approved Dominion’s proposal to raise the money needed for the Amazon line with an as-yet-unannounced monthly fee. “Lord, have mercy,” Thomas said when a neighbor gave her the news this spring in the gravel driveway of her one-story clapboard home, where she was watching the metal disk spin inside the electricity meter on the side of the house. She was already struggling to pay her monthly $170. Leaning forgotten against Thomas’s mailbox was an old protest sign that read “UNPLUG Amazon Extension Cord.” It no longer felt like a trophy.

This sort of thing is becoming a pattern. Amazon Web Services, the company’s cloud computing business, is its fastest-growing and most profitable division, but it comes with a lot of upfront infrastructure costs and ongoing expenses, the biggest of which is electricity. Over the past two years, Amazon has almost doubled the size of its physical footprint worldwide, to 254 million square feet, including dozens of new data centers with vast fields of servers running 24/7. In at least two states, it’s also BRIBED utilities and politicians to stick other people with the bills, piling untold millions of dollars on top of the estimated $1.2 billion in state and municipal tax incentives the company has received over the past decade.

Unlike tax incentives, which must eventually be disclosed to the public, the costs of electricity deals usually remain hidden, because they’re technically struck between companies. They do, however, require approval by state regulators. Although data centers typically yield few new jobs, politicians desperate to make up for fading manufacturing businesses have worked closely with utility companies to land Amazon data centers, using the company’s name as a shorthand for 'economic' resurgence.

Besides Amazon and AEP, the only parties that know the value of the Ohio rate deal are the state’s five-person public utility commission and JobsOhio, its privatized, publicly funded economic development agency.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 16:16:31 Id: 7ddbb3 [Preview] No.12093 del

Amazon has said the value of the discount is a trade secret, and one clause in an other­wise heavily redacted copy of the approved deal stipulates that it will not face public review for at least five years. The five-year status report can also be redacted at Amazon’s request. “If these discounts are generating the kind of economic bounty officials claim, why aren’t they willing to show us what the discounts are?” asks Zach Schiller, research director at Policy Matters Ohio, a left-leaning think tank that opposes corporate tax incentives.

Power companies, like politicians, actively pursue Amazon. In that way, the company fits into a long U.S. tradition of shifting costs from businesses to poor residents, who already pay about three times more of their income on utility bills than do wealthy households, according to a 2016 ACEEE study. The difference these days is that data-center operators, unlike manufacturing plants, can’t claim to be engines of job growth, says the ACEEE’s Elliott. “When you attracted the steel mill years ago, you got 2,000 employees,” he says. “When you attract a data center, you get maybe 50.”

[Proving once again politicians in the USSA lack knowledge of economics and are subsidizing insolvent and corrupt monopolies; monopolies which should be getting hit with Anti-trust suits rather than being subsidized!]


Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 16:20:27 Id: 7ddbb3 [Preview] No.12094 del
I won't buy from Amazon. I won't read their stinkin' lying newspaper. And I will never allow their SPYING GIZOMO CRAP into my home. Go find other solutions like Overstock or even Ebay (if you really have to). I still like supporting the retail stores as much as I can, and whenever I get the chance I'll always support ma & pa shops over the major retail chains!

New Study Finds Explosion In Concealed Carry Permits, And Crime Rates Are Dropping Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 10:14:43 Id: a2c68b [Preview] No. 12086 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
New research from economist and author John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center reveals that Americans have been applying for permits to carry concealed weapons (CCW) in record numbers, especially among women.


According to Lott, there were 890,000 CCW permits issued in 2017, while 4.6 million have been issued between 2007 and 2018, according to official state records - meaning 2017 saw a jump of nearly 24% in one year.

"We have seen an increase from 4.6 million permits in 2007 to 17.25 million now, with the number increasing every year," Lott - the author of the highly cited book More Guns, Less Crime told Fox News.

There were 2.7 million concealed handgun permit holders in 1999, 4.6 million in 2007, 8 million in 2011, 11.1 million in 2014, and now 17.25 million in 2017. The growth in permits has been continuous. -Crime Prevention Research Center

"The states that we have seen a slowing of permits have primarily been these Constitutional Carry states where a permit is no longer required, indeed some of those states have even seen a drop in the number of permits even though the number of people carrying in those places has undoubtedly gone up," added Lott.

The report also notes that despite the common assumption that CCW applications would drop off after the 2016 election, quite the opposite has happened.

“Conventional wisdom held that the sharp rise in gun sales during Obama’s presidency was driven, at least in part, by the threat of guns control,” the study says. “That’s why everyone expected gun sales to decline after Trump’s victory.”

The number of women and minorities with CCW permits has continued to rise, with Black and Asian women leading the pack.

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Anonymous 08/18/2018 (Sat) 17:03:05 [Preview] No. 9583 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
These are starting to happen again.

Anonymous 08/20/2018 (Mon) 06:50:27 [Preview] No.9588 del
Oh gosh, don't tell me those cancerfags are back.

Massive SHTF Prepping Video Archive Takes Real.Video By Storm As Youtube Continues To Ban Users Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 16:51:00 Id: 62906a [Preview] No. 12061 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
If you’re using Google’s Chrome browser or Mozilla’s Firefox browser, you’re being indoctrinated with censorship at the browser level.

Yes, even Mozilla has gone “full evil” and will soon be blocking independent media websites.

I hosted the fourth hour of the Alex Jones Show yesterday, detailing alternative technology solutions that help free you from censorship and tyranny.


Take a list at some alternatives here: https://archive.fo/guj0b

An exciting new prepping channel has uploaded 103 videos (so far) to REAL.video. It’s called SHTFPrepping101, and it features videos that teach you lifesaving skills such as:

How to defend yourself without a gun
How to create a rainwater collection system
How to build a homemade hydroponics growing system
How to build your own Faraday cage
How to preserve beans and rice with dry canning

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Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 20:19:08 Id: e4a651 [Preview] No.12073 del
I have a shit load of old Mozilla browsers backed up with some privacy add-ons. I don't think these will be effected by censorship. How about Waterfox as an alternative? Will Waterfox use the same censorship algorithms as Mozilla?

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 06:41:21 Id: c6aa82 [Preview] No.12082 del
I never had a problem with Mozilla but then again I'm using an older version. I've heard about Palemoon and would like to try it, but I hear it blocks some privacy add-ons and that makes me suspicious. Also, a question for the tech geeks out there: could you potentially reverse the Mozilla censorship in the future with about:config tweaks? I used about:config while learning how to manually disable WebGL and WebRTC. Could that be done to block the new censorship tactics too?

This Is What Americans Should Be Doing To Their iPhones Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 18:34:48 Id: e474c3 [Preview] No. 12064 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Bring Back The Rotary Dials!

Outside praising Allah or boycotting all products, Americans should be doing the same to their iPhones which are constantly tracking them, spying on them and stealing their personal data.

Turks supporting Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have uploaded videos on social media this week destroying their iPhones and other American products with sledgehammers, handguns, and fire.

In one video circulated online, an unidentified man threatens Trump in front of the camera as four boys kneel behind him in front of a Turkish flag. He then takes the boys’ iPhones and smashes them with a sledgehammer.

“If you threaten us with hunger you will only make us laugh. Do whatever in your power,” he declares. “Look now what will happen to your iPhones on the orders of Erdogan.”

In other videos, Erdogan supporters can be seen smashing, shooting, and burning their iPhones. In one video, a boy films himself pouring a bottle of Coca-Cola down the toilet in solidarity with his president.

“If the US has the iPhone, there’s Samsung on the other side,” Erdogan said in a speech on Wednesday. “And we have our own telephone brands. We are going to produce enough for ourselves. We have to serve better quality goods than we are importing from them.”


Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 20:59:08 Id: d3df54 [Preview] No.12075 del
>Turks destroying iPhones to protest Donald Trump
lol. What's the connection to him and iPhones? I'm no fan of that fat Zionist cuck. I just don't see the relevance.

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 21:18:30 Id: 5e3c08 [Preview] No.12076 del
I really don't know either. I think its funny though, since it will only hurt companies like Apple. Go ahead and kill those fuckers off already for all I give a shit. We as Americans should have done that job long ago. I still stick to the old school phones and ALWAYS will.

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 22:38:00 Id: d3df54 [Preview] No.12077 del
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>since it will only hurt companies like Apple
Yeah, I really don't think it does. As a side note, smart-phones piss me off. Workplace break areas in the past used to be for conversation. Now there's only a bunch of zombies sitting there on their fucking phones. Usually social people become anti-social twats, giving the cold shoulder if you try to strike up conversation. I can see they're very busy with that candy crush for fucking retards. Cunts.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 00:19:07 Id: 4a70cb [Preview] No.12078 del
The next best thing to do is to boycott Apple products, really, the best thing to do would actually be to boycott most American products (which are really for the most part glorified spyware) or to buy them indirectly.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 06:27:42 Id: c0e3e1 [Preview] No.12081 del
I buy anything American as long as its NOT electronics! I do NOT trust any American electronics. Tools? Awesome. Steel and lumber? Fine. Clothing. OK. Fuels and engine lubricants. Big deal. But I will not touch the electronics - ALL NSA/CIA/Mossad embedded crap.

Although I do admit I have some really old B&D and Maytag utilities going back from the 60s and 70s which still work really well (when most products actually used to be manufactured over here) and those were high quality, will not get rid of those!

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spammer on /b/ Anonymous 08/19/2018 (Sun) 21:08:48 [Preview] No. 9584 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I would like to report a spammer on /b/

The spammer is very rudely posting more and more of the SAME threads about mewch.net

We get the message, but can his/her spam be reduced to one single thread? Its very annoying and uncalled for to keep posting the same threads over and over.

https://endchan.xyz/b/res/18285.html <<<---- Spam
https://endchan.xyz/b/res/18284.html <<<---- Spam
https://endchan.xyz/b/res/18283.html <<<---- Spam
https://endchan.xyz/b/res/18270.html <<<---- the ORIGINAL which is good enough!


New Synthetic-marijuana Is Killing Hippies, Leading To More Than 100 Dead and Arrests Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 22:39:01 Id: e5d3ad [Preview] No. 12055 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A 53-year-old man has been arrested in connection with more than 100 synthetic-marijuana overdoses, many of them in the same New Haven park, after authorities say they caught him with 32 bags of the drug, police said Friday.

Some of the victims identified John Parker, of New Haven, as one of the people who was dealing K2 on the New Haven Green, where most of the overdoses occurred Wednesday and Thursday, Police Chief Anthony Campbell said. No deaths were reported, and officials said most people recovered quickly.

Parker, who was arrested Wednesday, was charged with drug crimes after being found in possession of the K2 bags, Campbell said. He was also charged in connection with drug sales in the city earlier this year, the chief said.

Campbell also said two other people were arrested — one by New Haven police and one by federal authorities — but investigators were trying to determine whether they were connected to the overdoses.

Authorities described chaotic scenes at the park near Yale University, with people falling unconscious at the same time. Others became nauseated and vomited, officials said. Some people who overdosed returned to the green and overdosed again, officials said.

Parker was detained on $225,000 bail. A public defender said there was no proof linking any drugs Parker may have had to the overdoses.

The arrests do not mean all the bad K2 has been located, Campbell said.

"We want people to be warned that what they have could be extremely dangerous and they should not use it," he said.

Federal authorities arrested a third person, who was not identified, Campbell said.

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Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 22:49:39 Id: ec61ab [Preview] No.12056 del
Regular pot never killed anybody. So now they have to spray it with chemicals to say it's dangerous. I know of a few chemicals I could spray on any food you believe is healthy, then watch you eat it if I was a sick fuck.

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 20:53:28 Id: f14ae0 [Preview] No.12074 del
Duh. Why do the fuckers have to spray it with chemicals though? The dealers deserve to get arrested for that, even if weed happens to be legal. Why are they poisoning the marijuana? Are they trying to be the Monsanto for marijuana?

Good! Poland Bans Soros NGOs and Deports His Cronies Over Attempts To Destroy The Nation Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 19:37:07 Id: f936df [Preview] No. 12070 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
On Tuesday, authorities in Poland deported top Soros aide Lyudmyla Kozlovska from the Schengen (EU) area without an explanation.

The George Soros Open Dialog Foundation called the deportation an “act of political nature carried out by the Polish authorities in order to stop the activities of the organisation in the country and abroad.”

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: https://archive.fo/enXle

Kozlovska’s husband, Mr Bartosz Kramek, Head of the Open Dialog Foundation’s Board, who had been calling for various civil disobedience actions in Poland.

Poland sent her packing on Tuesday.

#Breaking Poland deports top Soros organizer back to Ukraine https://t.co/3SS3a1L8Ys

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 18, 2018

The Soros agitators were organizing disruptions against the Polish government and can’t understand why they were kicked out!

#Ukrainian #OpenDialogue activist deported from #Poland after criticizing #right-wing #PiS government https://t.co/dhlgncrrjL#OtwartyDialog #Kozlovska #WolneSady pic.twitter.com/LwWNWD9P9A

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Trump Blasts Social Media Over Censorship Discriminating Against Conservatives Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 14:23:19 Id: 458210 [Preview] No. 12042 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/11602 ; >>>/news/11620 ; >>>/news/11631 ; >>>/news/11645 ; >>>/news/11711
ALTERNATIVES: >>>/endtimes/34 ; >>>/endtimes/39

President Trump on Saturday issued a tweet-storm following the removal of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his InfoWars shows from most major social media platforms earlier this month.

“Social Media is totally discriminating against Republican/Conservative voices,” the president wrote in the first of several tweets. “Speaking loudly and clearly for the Trump Administration, we won’t let that happen.”

The president did not indicate what steps his administration might take to prevent private companies from setting up and enforcing terms of service that have allowed them to discipline or shut down accounts for reported abuses.

“Too many voices are being destroyed, some good & some bad, and that cannot be allowed to happen,” he wrote, without naming any specific accounts.

“Censorship is a very dangerous thing & absolutely impossible to police,” the president wrote, suggesting that social media companies may be politically motivated in enforcing their rules.

“If you are weeding out Fake News, there is nothing so Fake as CNN & MSNBC, & yet I do not ask that their sick behavior be removed,” he wrote.

The president’s Twitter storm comes a week after Facebook, Apple, Spotify and YouTube removed from their services most of the content posted by Jones and his InfoWars network, citing what they said were violations of their terms of service.

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Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 14:36:28 Id: 458210 [Preview] No.12045 del
Almost forgot... who's investing in big tech right now? His number 1 political foe, George Soros! CRASH HIS INVESTMENTS!

Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 14:56:55 Id: 8f2ea1 [Preview] No.12046 del
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>mfw I joked about Trump doing this over a year ago
>mfw it's actually happening

Now all his needs to do is actually BUY twitter.

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 02:17:06 Id: 939b00 [Preview] No.12060 del
The way to level the playing field is a mixture of counter measures:
1. Election Meddling must be conveyed with hard evidence of a thorough account of those who have been suspended, shadow banned or QF'd. Proper examples and evidence.
2. Big Tech needs to be assessed by Anti-Trust in logical tranches (so to speak). To do this properly, the below itemization must also have credible evidentiary support for legal standing / basis:
2a. Backbone -- havent seen any ability for bias assertion here.
2b. ISPs -- havent seen any refusal of transport refusal due to bias.
2c. Domain Registrars -- there are examples of bias in this category.
2d. Application Providers -- app providers are currently also asserting content ownership thereby HUGE bias. This is what needs to be attacked with evidentiary support of bias -- plenty of example.
2e. Content Providers -- this is the area that needs to be assessed by Anti-Trust. If you publish content = free press (includes comments to published content). If you store individual users content, you only store it. The content is the users. Only law enforcement, NatSec, or other authorities should encroach in on a users content benchmarking against constitutional rights.
3. A global reckoning of content belonging to a nation-state must be established -- to secure China cannot encroach in on USA generated content. Similarly, USA protects its citizen's content aligned to the US Constitution and Rule of Law.

BUT, until such time Trump gathers enough evidentiary support (and we should all be helping in this regard with archiving and pastebins of bias and election meddling activity) we need to counter attack by establishing large networks of folk on other platforms. YET, remain where we are to help build out the evidentiary documentation needed by DJT et al.


Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 18:01:31 Id: fb15ac [Preview] No.12062 del
I agree with a lot of what you say. At this point its going to be up to individuals to turn down the mainstream platforms and flock to the alternatives. I'm not looking for the government to save us, no fucking way, most of them are cucks who hate people like us anyway. They don't give a damn if we get censored. Trump *might, but I bet most his administration and the cuckservatives in Congress won't do a thing about it. Its ALL up to us from here on. Reject the corporate mainstream platforms, tell others why they need to reject them and promote the hell out the alternatives from now on. Tell them "no, you won't find a Youtube or Facebook channel no me. But you can find me on ugetube.com and bitchute, you can tweet me at Gab."

That's whats going to save us. Notice the cord cutting movement? Do the same to the tech giants. Oh, and kill their profits by using a cheap private VPN and ad blocker. Maybe use Noscript too. Cut off their tracking profits. Reject their mainstream services. Join the alternatives, and promote the alternatives. If enough people do this its akin to slitting their throat and watching the all bleed out!

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 18:09:57 Id: fb15ac [Preview] No.12063 del
Oh, and backup everything. Rip and pirate everything you want/need and back it all up offline. Store everything you want and need (all media), expect someday the intenet will be ruined and we'll have to cut the cords on the entire internet as well (like many of us did with the TV service). We'll swap info via computers, flashdrives and discs someday. If the internet ever becomes like a TV service we'll have to flat out reject it and move on without it.

Note to any tech corps reading this: you saw what the American cord cutting movement did to TV companies. Don't repeat the same mistake with our internet.

WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG!? China Begins Printing Western Currencies Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 15:30:33 Id: 404520 [Preview] No. 12020 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

China has begun printing foreign currencies on a massive scale as Western countries outsource the printing of their own money to Chinese corporations.

According to multiple sources within the China Banknote Printing and Minting Corporation; Poland, Brazil, India and Thailand all now rely on China to print their cash.

Scmp.com reports: https://archive.fo/QXIBl

The state-owned company, headquartered in Beijing’s Xicheng district describes itself as the world’s largest money printer by scale. With more than 18,000 employees, it runs more than 10 strictly guarded facilities for the production of paper notes and coins.

By contrast, its US counterpart, the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing, employs a tenth of the staff at two currency factories, and the world’s number two, the British firm De La Rue, had just over 3,100 employees at the end of last year.

In China, the rise of mobile payments in recent years has significantly reduced the use of and demand for banknotes.

From big cities to remote villages, smartphones have become wallets, with most transactions in grocery stores now carried out digitally, leaving many printing plants short of work.

But the resulting lull ended suddenly earlier this year.

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I sure hope so. Most dogs will bite their masters when they're starving.

Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 19:31:51 Id: 295079 [Preview] No.12052 del
Good we still have our 'teeth' if you know what I mean, and we'll keep it that way!

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Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 23:57:45 Id: d60693 [Preview] No.12057 del
Im aware of this simp. it would not be the end of the world and its easier than you think. REEEE LOOK AT ME fuck off loser

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 00:22:20 Id: 504b42 [Preview] No.12058 del
I'm debating, not flaunting myself on some anonymous board. To the point, look what happens to nations when their currencies are wrecked. Millions typically die from malnutrition, starvation or lack of sanitation. Resources become scarce and rationed. Everyone who use to trust the system rightfully no longer trusts it at all what-so-ever. Governments become hated (sometimes violently overthrown). Military eventually has to get involved, too much crime, death, misery and chaos. And when the country does recover years down the road? Most people don't trust the banks or governments for decades! You have generations who won't conform to any of the norm until the newer generations are born!

Be careful what you wish for....

Russia Offers 2.5 Million Acres Of Farmland To China, Amid Worsening Trade War Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 15:28:36 Id: 4b6b7c [Preview] No. 12047 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
China and Russia recently announced a new age of diplomacy between the two countries, at a time when President Trump is targeting both with precision-guided economic warfare.

China finds itself reeling under trade disputes with the US, as the next round of tariffs on $16 billion worth of Chinese goods is expected to start on August 23.

Earlier this week, Russia offered to bail out China from the trade war with Washington. Moscow offered 1 million hectares (2.5 million acres) of arable land available to Chinese farmers to meet its large-scale demand for soybeans — and of course, prevent a massive soybean shortage that would lead to political/social upheavals across the country.

Maybe, the US trade war on China should be interpreted as a piece in a much larger chessboard: A war on Eurasia integration,or the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative.

Nevertheless, some analyst and experts are skeptical about the quality of the plots available. As reported by South China Morning Post, several Chinese investment firms have shown a keen interest in solidifying an agreement with Moscow.

Valery Dubrovskiy, director of investment for the Far East Investment and Export Agency, a non-profit organization, said on Tuesday that Chinese, Russian, and other surrounding countries have already expressed tremendous interest in the farmland. “We expect most of the investment to come from China,” he said. “We expect 50 percent from China, 25 percent from Russia and 25 percent from other countries, like Japan and Korea.”

Dubrovskiy said that all of the 3 million hectares of farmland in Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District is now available to farmers, adding that the region could become a hotspot for dairy farming or the growing of crops, such as soybeans, wheat, and potatoes.

Inadvertently, Trump’s trade war with China could be a game-changer for Moscow, as it expects foreign investment to flood the region.

The South China Morning Post notes that residents have already acquired premium farmlands, so Chinese farmers might have to settle for inferior and low productivity lands in remote areas.

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Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 15:29:09 Id: 4b6b7c [Preview] No.12048 del
“[The] best lands are occupied and have been heavily exploited by domestic farmers, so if they want more, it will be predominately in remote and low productivity areas,” he said.

After President Trump unleashed several rounds of tariffs on China, as a part of the retaliatory measures, China then imposed 25 percent tariffs on soybeans.

China has an enormous appetite for soybeans, as it has just accepted the tariff by allowing an American vessel to dock. The move marks the first shipment of US soybeans to be accepted with a 25 percent tariff stemming from the trade war.

It seems like China is willing to accept higher soybean prices in the short-term, but the long-term plan is clear: cheap arable land in Russia’s Far East could be China’s next source of soybeans, thus bypassing US farmers.

US Trade and agriculture experts have warned that President Trump’s tariffs on China could deliver a devastating blow to rural America.

The trade war has been devastating for soybean farmers: F... https://t.co/JoWHVQDUtn @CNN @foxnews @msnbc @cnbc @WSJ @business @nytimes @thedemocrats

— Unionist Party (@_Unionistparty) August 12, 2018

A very articulate, well informed analysis on the impact of #Trump #Tarriffs on #soybean and #corn farmers in #Ohio. Take a listen to #ChrisGibbs. pic.twitter.com/05IAsh623R

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Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 15:35:24 Id: 4b6b7c [Preview] No.12049 del
>The administration has already prepared a $12 billion farm bailout to cushion farmers.

Oh my gosh, has the US not learned ANYTHING about economics yet!? Farmers don't need bailouts! They need better access to domestic markets! They should stop cultivating the GMO poison as well, because organic (like it or not) is in very high demand right now. I have a buddy who literally gets FREE GMO corn from a armer he knows... WHY? Because no one wants to buy it, so the dude gives it to his friends for FREE (losing any profitable incentive)!!! My gosh, I buy some from a local farmer, and pay for his organic vegetables at the farmers market. Farmers need access to markets and they need to stop growing toxic GMO crap that consumers don't want! Fuck the bailouts, it will make them lazy and it will end up wasting money.

Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 19:40:03 Id: 42cee5 [Preview] No.12053 del
The US government is so incompetent I do believe its actually on purpose and they just fucking HATE us. We could simply "spend" or utilize HALF that bailout money by decreasing taxes on farmers and markets who purchase from the farmers. OK, so think of it this way: instead of $12 billion farm on bailouts (which provide NO incentives to the markets what-so-ever) the government could say "hey farmers, we are reducing your taxes by 90%, hey local merchants you can have a 50% tax reduction if you simply buy and sell goods from your local farmers." THERE! DONE! Its called capitalism: no bailouts, no subsidies, no taxes needed! Simply incentive hard work and retail for consumers. Supply and demand: something the US government knows absolutely NOTHING about!!!

CDC Admits 1 in 4 American Adults Don't Or Can't Work, Meaning At Least 25% Unemployment! Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 14:12:20 Id: 3b3009 [Preview] No. 12015 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This report, if accurate, would run completely contrary to "official US Bureau of Labor Statistics which claim 4% unemployment today!

One in four adults reported they have a disability that impacts major life activities with the most dominant one affecting mobility, according to a report issued Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, data were studied from the 2016 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. This is the first CDC report of the percentage of adults across six disability types: mobility, cognition, hearing, vision, independent living and self-care.

“At some point in their lives, most people will either have a disability or know someone who has a one,” Dr. Coleen Boyle, director of CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, said in a press release. “Learning more about people with disabilities in the United States can help us better understand and meet their health needs.”

Researchers randomly surveyed 458,811 noninstitutionalized U.S. adults 18 and older by telephone for the study. The study was broken down into three age groups: 18-44, 45-64 and 65 and older.

Disability affects about 41 percent of those age 65 and older, compared with younger adults at 16.6 percent and middle age people at 28.6 percent. Overall, 25.7 percent of participants reported any disability.

Mobility was the most prevalent disability type at 13.7 percent, followed by cognition at 10.8 percent, independent living at 6.8 percent, hearing at 5.9 percent, vision at 4.6 percent and self-care at 3.7.

The data revealed that disability is more common among women, non-Hispanic American Indians/Alaska Natives, adults with lower income and adults living in the South Census region of the United States.

In addition, the percentage of adults with a disability increased as income decreased.

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Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 19:42:10 Id: be4435 [Preview] No.12032 del
458,811 does not represent 400 million. I have worked directly with CDC leadership as a public-sector consultant and I can personally tell everyone here that they are a bunch of agenda driven kikes. all of them. these means nothing. whats up with all of the clickbait posted today?

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 23:30:16 [Preview] No.12035 del
>whats up with all of the clickbait posted today?

better an lookin for work pal.

Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 02:52:18 Id: be4435 [Preview] No.12036 del
>better an lookin for work pal.
I dont speak hillbilly boomer and I literally have no idea what you are ttrying to say.

Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 03:51:28 Id: a054c4 [Preview] No.12037 del
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I speak hillbilly boomer. "That is better than looking for work, friend".

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Russia's Production of S-500 Begins, While The US Military Wastes Billions Subsidizing Amazon Inc Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 18:11:08 Id: 0ee1d0 [Preview] No. 12029 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Russia’s fearsome new S-500 air and missile defense system has apparently entered production—and is setting new records for missile engagement range.

Given the S-500’s advanced networking capabilities, some military analysts have suggested that the Russians might genuinely be able to engage stealth aircraft. Indeed, by networking multiple high-speed long wave radars such as the RLS Voronezh-DM and 1L119 Nebo SVU, it might be possible to generate a weapons quality track on an aircraft such as the F-22 or F-35. Sensor fusion has afforded militaries many capabilities that are greater than the sum of their part. This many be one such case.

Russia’s fearsome new S-500 air and missile defense system has apparently entered production—and is setting new records for missile engagement range.

The next generation weapon is designed to supplement Moscow’s already potent S-400 and replace the A-135 anti-ballistic missile system. Not only does the weapon have unprecedented capability to hit high altitude targets—including ballistic missiles and satellites—at extremely long ranges, there have been some claims—usually from the media—that the system could target stealth aircraft. However, while some analysts believe that might be theoretically possible, there has been nothing to substantiate that claim.

What is definitively known about the S-500 is that it is of very high priority to Russian president Vladimir Putin and that it presented publicly as primarily a high-altitude defense system. "It is necessary to develop and build up technological groundwork in the area of air defense, to continue modernization of Pantsir systems, to finish the development and preparations for mass production of the S-500 newest systems capable of hitting targets at super-high altitudes, including near-the-earth space," Putin said in May.

While not all aspects of the S-500’s capabilities have been known to have been demonstrated by the West, there is little reason to doubt the capabilities of Russian air defense systems. Indeed, according to U.S. defense sources, Moscow recently conducted a record-breaking test of the S-500 system at ranges that were previously thought to be impossible. According to a CNBC report citing U.S. intelligence officials, “the S-500 surface-to-air missile system successfully struck a target 299 miles away, which the U.S. assessed is 50 miles further than any known test.”


Meanwhile, the US govt and MIC will continue wasting taxpayer dollars subsidizing Amazon, and will keep losing BIGLY:

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Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 18:18:40 Id: 2fae64 [Preview] No.12030 del
I wonder what it would take to become President of Russia, besides being loosely "Russian" and previously holding the title of Prime Minister.

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 18:28:08 Id: 0ee1d0 [Preview] No.12031 del
Zionist connections as you pointed out before. It seems to me they are picking the winners and losers, playing both sides. Its important to point it out, also pointing out the madness of their policies. Hopefully average Americans will realize and start getting properly prepared for SHTF. I know, high hopes right?

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The Future of America? Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 05:45:56 Id: d41c53 [Preview] No. 12008 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BE PREPARED: >>>/endtimes/7 | https://archive.fo/DvnSV

Has coffee become an unattainable luxury? It is if you live in Venezuela’s capital of Caracas.

In July, the price of a cup of coffee was 2 million bolivars. In a country where the minimum wage has been raised to 3 million bolivars, coffee has become as unaffordable as food, housing, clothing, and medicine.

Venezuela is in crisis mode. Ninety percent of citizens live in poverty conditions. Most of them have lost up to 25 pounds due to lack of food. Call it the Maduro Quick Weight-Loss Plan. President Maduro, who has blamed everything but his own socialist policies for the economic disaster, points out that he has raised the minimum wage to 3 million bolivars. For Venezuelans, this is utterly meaningless when prices are doubling every 18 days. Economists predict that hyperinflation will hit an unprecedented 1,000,000 percent by the end of the year. The Bolivar can be officially considered without value.

It is easy to forget that just a few decades ago, Venezuela was one of the richest countries in South America. It had the world’s largest oil reserves and plenty of gold.

Along came President Chavez and his populist policies and schemes to redistribute the wealth. Following years of overspending and inflation, his successor, President Maduro, has continued those policies, except there is no more wealth left to distribute. In a recent election many consider rife with fraud, Maduro’s win has ensured six more years of hellish disaster for Venezuela. He has announced that he intends to fight hyperinflation by removing five zeroes from the bolivar. His announcement did not include an explanation of how devaluaing the valueless Bolivar, even more, will help the country.

Venezuela has gone beyond an economic disaster and is now in a humanitarian crisis. Without food or medicine, the country won’t be able to survive. At this time, it is being propped up by Russian and Chinese aid.
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Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 13:42:24 Id: 3f746d [Preview] No.12014 del
I agree, Venezuela did not have National Socialism, they just called themselves 'Socialists' but if you looked at it, Venezuela is communist. No property rights. Very little freedom. State-run press. Everything else state-run including their major corporations, which were all subsidized. State handouts for those who didn't work. Insolvency and corruption. They had NO IDEA how to run their economy domestically (thats another indication they were communists). Basically they played modern America for a little while *without* any reserve currency status (which America is very fortunate to still have!)... and look what ended up happening.

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 14:49:43 Id: eeeaed [Preview] No.12017 del
Hugo Chavez' Venezuela?

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 15:07:28 Id: 3f746d [Preview] No.12019 del
I don't recall how it was under Hugo Chavez (wasn't he overthrown or did he die?), I have read what it is like under the current regime and the current regime under Maduro is completely communist. They tell their people they don't need food to eat live on their state-run airwaves, "just eat grass" is what they tell people! It's the future of Commiefornia, watch.

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 17:18:53 Id: b286e8 [Preview] No.12025 del
It's all in Chavez.jpg here: >>12013 Kike CEO international swindle media organizations have been lying about Chavez for some time. When Maduro took over, everything expectedly went to shit. They don't need to lie anymore. An actual jew is in office fucking over Venezuela to "prove" socialism doesn't work.

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 17:40:13 Id: 4616f8 [Preview] No.12028 del
Oh wow, I see. That figures, bunch of financial terrorist kikes like the Rothschilds got to them. I wonder how much Soros made off their currency collapse?

BOOM! Turkey's Lira Surges After Qatar Pledges To Invest $15 Billion In Turkey Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 17:12:26 Id: f1a78b [Preview] No. 11954 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/11340 ; >>>/news/11375 ; >>>/news/11579 ; >>>/news/11756 ; >>>/news/11897 ; >>>/news/11953

The Turkish Lira, which has been rising all day after an earlier attempt by Ankara to crush shorts by reducing the amount of swap transactions to just 25% of bank capital, down from 50% - a move right out of the PBOC playbook which forces a short squeeze - got another boost moments ago when Anadolu news agency reported that Qatar has pledged $15 billion in direct investment in Turkey. From Anadolu:

Qatari Ambassador to Turkey Salem bin Mubarak Al Shafi said his country would continue supporting Turkey following recently-imposed U.S. sanctions on the country. “The State of Qatar is always proactive in supporting its Turkish brothers,” Al Shafi told Anadolu Agency on Wednesday. Qatar, he said, would continue supporting Turkey, as it did during the defeated coup attempt in mid-2016.

Ankara and Doha, he added, shared common points of view on a number of regional and international issues.

Al Shafi went on to note that Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad’s visit to Turkey on Wednesday demonstrated the “depth of Qatar-Turkey relations”.

The emir’s visit, the diplomat said, “will serve to confirm the close links between the Qatari and Turkish people and their common positions vis-à-vis the many challenges they face”.

According to Al Shafi, Qataris have recently bought tens of millions of dollars’ worth of Turkish lira with a view to supporting the Turkish economy. Describing Turkey as a “strategic ally”, the ambassador added: “Our strong relations with the Republic of Turkey enjoy a special status among our people.”

Separately, the Turkish Capital Markets Board regulator announced that they set the leverage ratio in the Lira FX market has been set at 1:1 until Sept. 3. The regulator cites “serious price moves” in such pairs recently that are devoid of a rational economic or financial reason, and notes that the step targets to prevent grievances that may occur after Feast of Sacrifice holiday, during which Turkish markets will be closed.

The question of course, is who is more levered: the shorts or the longs, because after the Lira spiked on the Qatar news, it has faded much of the move higher, potentially as levered longs outnumber shorts, and are forced to sell.

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Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 05:22:34 Id: 4d9491 [Preview] No.12006 del
The USA has had some good and bad times, but we were more free than 99.9% of the entire fucking planet. With all the bullshit and faults over the years (and there are many), its still pretty damn good if you ask me.

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 05:45:37 Id: dd95d9 [Preview] No.12007 del
lol C:D

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 05:58:59 Id: 4d9491 [Preview] No.12011 del
Modern America sucks, no one debates that. We had bad leaders and corrupt politicians for a long time now.

However, America has gone through some great years and I was one who witnessed it. I was born in the 50s, I witnessed real freedom and prosperity among the population. Hell, even most niggers weren't total chimps back then. It was the 60s counter-culture and all the drugs that fucked with a lot of people's minds back then... but even back then, they didn't support outright communism unlike today. Even then there was some common sense among folks and people could actually get along and hold a debate. Now days everything is 100% upside fucking down. It wasn't always like this damn it.

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 17:21:06 Id: e9c7ab [Preview] No.12026 del
>replying to a Tumblr shark .gif like that anon gave you some kind of substantial argument
I don't get it.

Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 17:33:06 Id: a0f21b [Preview] No.12027 del
Perhaps I may have misunderstood what anon was trying to clarify? I don't know, maybe I need more rest time.

Defunct Nuclear Power Plant On Commiefornia's Coast Is A Fukushima Waiting To Happen Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 14:47:56 Id: 580aae [Preview] No. 12016 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A nuclear power plant in Southern California that was shut down in 2012 continues to leak radioactive material and poses a threat to nearby communities.

The aging San Onofre, located in San Clemente, CA, was shut down in 2012 amid a leak that occurred due to malpractice. According to a report released in 2016, the plant “operated the reactor outside the allowable limits for pressure and temperature, causing the radiation leak that shut down the facility for good,” the San Diego Tribune noted. The shutdown also launched extensive investigations that implicated both the power company and state regulators.

Though the plant is out of operation, it still stores 3.6 million pounds of lethal radioactive waste, and according to a worker who blew the whistle on the plant just last week, a near catastrophe just occurred. As local outlet the Dana Pointer reported, plant worker David Fritch explained what happened at a public meeting:

“On 3 August 2018, a 100-ton canister filled with highly radioactive nuclear waste was being ‘downloaded’ into a temporary transport carrier to be moved a few hundred yards from inside the plant to a storage silo buried near the world-famous San Onofre beach. As the thin-walled canister was being lowered into the transport cask, it snagged on a guide ledge four feet from the top. Crane operators were unaware that the canister had stopped descending and the rigging went completely slack, leaving the full weight of the heavy canister perched on that ledge by about a quarter-inch.

“Had the ledge not held for the hour or more it took workers to realize and address the error, the thin-walled canister of highly toxic nuclear waste would have fallen 18 feet to the ground below.”

Each canister reportedly has as much radiation as was released during the infamous Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Fritch says the staff is too small — and also undertrained. According to an article published in the Los Angeles Times this week by Steve Chapple, an author, journalist, and fellow at the Samuel Lawrence Foundation:

“The idea is to bury the spent fuel on site, about 100 feet from the ocean and just a few feet above the water table. Edison has already begun transferring the waste from cooling pools into specially designed steel canisters. The containers are prone to corrosion and cracking, and cannot be monitored or repaired. Work crews even discovered a loose bolt inside one of the canisters earlier this year.”

Further, San Onofre is located directly on an earthquake fault line in an area with a record of tsunamis.

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Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 14:51:49 Id: 580aae [Preview] No.12018 del
>Any time of disaster would have far-reaching effects.

>...during the Fukushima meltdown, he was prepared to evacuate not just Tokyo, but regions as far as 160 miles from the plant

>Downtown Los Angeles is only 62 miles away

>50 miles from San Diego

HAHAHAHAHA! Commies en mass would be wiped from the face of the Earth if something were to happen! And knowing how bad their policies are and how hubris and arrogant they are, something likely will someday! HAHAHAHAHA!

Trump Administration Nearing Deal With Mexico To Revise NAFTA Reader 08/17/2018 (Fri) 06:29:36 Id: a98648 [Preview] No. 12012 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The Trump administration is close to striking a deal with Mexico on a revamped North American Free Trade Agreement, analysts said, but thorny issues are yet to be resolved with Canada, the third party in the trilateral pact.

Reaching an agreement with Mexico would mark a breakthrough for the administration after a year of roller-coaster talks and tension with its longtime North American trading partners. President Trump has frequently threatened to withdraw from NAFTA, linked the renegotiations to his call for a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border and slapped tariffs on Mexican and Canadian steel to apply pressure to make concessions.

But both Mexico and the U.S. have strong incentives to push through a deal quickly. Mexico wants to lock in an agreement before its new leftist president takes office, and the White House is keen on achieving a win on trade ahead of the midterm elections.

Canada, meanwhile, has shown less urgency to complete a revision of the 24-year-old pact, but is expected to return to the bargaining table once the U.S. and Mexico settle their differences.

U.S. congressional rules on trade require that there be a 90-day period between the administration’s notification of a deal and the actual signing of an agreement. Mexico’s new president, Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador, was elected in July and takes the oath of office Dec. 1. That means a NAFTA agreement would need to be announced by the end of August to allow for the 90 days to pass and for the current Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, to sign the pact before Lopez Obrador takes office.

But that leaves only about two weeks for Lighthizer and his team to reach an accord with their Canadian counterparts. And by most accounts, that will be tough to do.

Even if Canada signs on by month’s end and there’s a three-way preliminary agreement, in the U.S., that would only begin a lengthy process that includes a period of public review and economic assessment by the U.S. International Trade Commission. A revised NAFTA wouldn’t be voted on by lawmakers until next year at the earliest, when a new Congress is seated.

NAFTA’s current rules specify that at least 62.5 percent of the content of cars come from North America to qualify for zero tariffs; anything lower than that threshold subjects a vehicle to a 2.5 percent duty for cars and 25 percent for trucks and sport utility vehicles.

The understanding with Mexico would raise the regional-content level to 70 percent or higher and set a similar rule of origin for steel and aluminum in vehicles. The new rules also would include language aimed at having more cars and parts produced by workers who make wages well above the average low rates in Mexico. The hope is that more jobs would stay in the U.S. and that European and Japanese automakers would source more parts in the U.S. to avoid the tariffs.

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Brainwashed Retards Bike Through Muslim No-Go Zone To Prove Diversity Works, End Up Getting Murdered Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 13:10:09 Id: d5132c [Preview] No. 11976 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
"Evil is a make-believe concept we've invented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans."

A progressive young American couple was killed in an Islamic State-claimed terrorist attack while on a bike trip around the world.

Jay Austin and Lauren Geoghegan, who were both in their late 20s, quit their jobs in 2017 to embark on a trip around the world. Austin, a vegan, and Geoghegan, a vegetarian, decided that they're were wasting their lives working.

"I’ve grown tired of spending the best hours of my day in front of a glowing rectangle, of coloring the best years of my life in swaths of grey and beige,” Austin wrote on his blog before he quit. “I’ve missed too many sunsets while my back was turned. Too many thunderstorms went unwatched, too many gentle breezes unnoticed.”

The couple documented their yearlong journey on social media until it came to a tragic and gruesome end in Tajikistan, a country with a known terrorist presence.

Austin and Geoghegan were riding their bikes in the country on July 29 when they were rammed by a car, according to CBS News. Five men got out of the car and stabbed them to death along with two other cyclists, one from Switzerland and the other from the Netherlands.

“You read the papers and you’re led to believe that the world is a big, scary place," Austin wrote. “People, the narrative goes, are not to be trusted. People are bad. People are evil."

“I don’t buy it," he continued. "Evil is a make-believe concept we’ve invented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans holding values and beliefs and perspectives different than our own... By and large, humans are kind. Self-interested sometimes, myopic sometimes, but kind. Generous and wonderful and kind.”


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Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 15:16:44 Id: 4ad9bd [Preview] No.11987 del
Right after the ISIS enclave near the Israeli occupied Golan Height got liberated by the SAA, Israel closed their border with Syria.

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 15:29:52 Id: d5132c [Preview] No.11988 del
So is it over that fast already? Or is Syria still working on the liberation process? If Syria liberated the Golan Height from Mossad/CIA assets at this point would it not be the Russians and the Syrian Army working on border security by now?

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 16:26:04 Id: 4ad9bd [Preview] No.11994 del
ISIS still has a patch of territory in Eastern Syria, which is being bombed to hell right now, and has only around 10,000 fighters in Syria, who probably can't survive too long since they're in the desert. They also lost all of their Iraqi territory, lost all foreign funding, and went from being worth $2,000,000,000 to being worth less than $100,000,000, in contrast, the Taliban has surpassed ISIS in its peak. at around $2,500,000,000. Basically, Assad won the war already, they're just sweeping the last remnants of the FSA and ISIS.

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 16:36:36 Id: ed6e83 [Preview] No.11995 del
THANK GOD! So the way I see it the US and Israel is pretty much admitting defeat at this point?

Can't wait till its all liberated and Assad best start securing those borders right after the victory lap.

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Cucked! London Mayor Wants To Ban Cars, Since Regulating Guns And Knives Failed Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 16:06:39 Id: 8c53a4 [Preview] No. 11992 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The mayor of the ever increasingly violent city of London is now seeking a ban on cars in certain areas after a “car attack.” Since banning guns and regulating knives hasn’t worked, Sadiq Khan said he’s likely to ban cars to prevent future terrorist attacks.

Violence in London continues to spike regardless of the weapons used by those committing acts of aggression. But since a gun ban and severe knife regulations have failed to stop violence, Khan wants certain areas to be “car free zones” in response to an alleged terror attack committed with a car. According to Politico, Khan says his proposed car ban would help keep people and buildings safe after car drives into cyclists and pedestrians.

Kahn’s proposal comes after three people were injured when police say a car collided with a number of cyclists and pedestrians before crashing into barriers that line the Houses of Parliament. Police have arrested a 29-year-old British citizen originally from Sudan, identified as Salih Khater by British media outlets, on suspicion of committing the attack. Police claim that the alleged terrorist drove his Ford Fiesta from Birmingham to London late on Monday night. Just before the attack, police say he had been driving around the area of Westminster and Whitehall for about an hour and a half before driving into pedestrians and cyclists.

Khan told BBC radio that making certain areas only available to pedestrians would provide more safety to both citizens and buildings in the surrounding area. But he also said the city would need to ensure people “don’t lose one important thing about our democracy: People having an access to parliamentarians, people being able to lobby parliament and being able to come and visit parliament.”

Kahn added, “I think there would be lots of challenges if we would do the whole square. It is a thoroughfare for cars, vehicles and commercial deliveries going through London,” he said. “So it’s possible to have a designed solution … in keeping our buildings and people as safe as we can do. And also not losing what is so wonderful about our city that is a vibrant democracy, people can walk around safely.”

Well, since all the other laws aimed at preventing violence have failed, why not just keep banning things? Pretty soon, everything will be illegal in the UK and the people will wonder when they actually became slaves to the government.

“We enter parliament in order to supply ourselves, in the arsenal of democracy, with its own weapons. If democracy is so stupid as to give us free tickets and salaries for this bear’s work, that is its affair. We do not come as friends, nor even as neutrals. We come as enemies. As the wolf bursts into the flock, so we come.” –Joseph Goebbels


Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 16:14:04 Id: 8c53a4 [Preview] No.11993 del
That's right. Nevermind that the government over there openly allows Jihadists to flood the country unvetted and never mind that all the other bans on civil liberties never worked before. They need to be banned from free transportation too. Lets wreck the auto-industry, create even more major hassles for the citizens and ignore the underlining problem that our open border policies (among other draconian policies) simply don't work. We need an even bigger police state, lets increase the debt spending and wreck industry to do just that!

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 20:09:47 Id: 873233 [Preview] No.12000 del
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>mfw the absolute state of Eurocucks

WHAM! West Virginia House Just Voted To Impeach Entire State Supreme Court Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 19:15:09 Id: d3ff6e [Preview] No. 11999 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Lawmakers in West Virginia did something Monday night that might be a first in American history: impeach an entire state Supreme Court.

The West Virginia House of Delegates' impeachment of the justices on the state's Supreme Court of Appeals is an unprecedented move spurred by an escalating scandal in the state's judicial system. But West Virginia Democrats charge it's just a ploy by Republicans to put more conservative judges on the bench in the state's highest court.

The court's justices -- Chief Justice Margaret Workman and Justices Allen Loughry, Robin Davis and Elizabeth Walker -- are accused of failing to carry out the court's administrative duties and wasteful spending during office renovations.

They were impeached on 11 articles of impeachment, dealing with wasteful spending, maladministration, incompetency, neglect of duty and potential criminal behavior, according to a press release from state House Speaker Pro Tempore John Overington.

The votes on the articles of impeachment fell largely along party lines in the Republican-led legislative body.

The House also OK'd a resolution that publicly reprimanded and censured the four justices for their alleged conduct.

"This is one of the saddest days in my 34 years in the Legislature," said Overington, a Republican who presided over the impeachment proceedings. "It has become clear that our Supreme Court has breached the public trust and lost the confidence of our citizens. This somber action today is an essential step toward restoring the integrity of our state's highest court."

The justices' fates are now in the hands of the state Senate, where they will be put on trial on the impeachment charges. West Virginia's Constitution requires a two-thirds vote in the Senate to remove a justice from office. It's not clear when the trial will happen.

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(((Someone))) Is Angry! Bomb Detonates At Italian Headquarters Of Salvini's Nationalist League Party Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 17:19:08 Id: e0f496 [Preview] No. 11996 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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A bomb claimed by an anarchist group detonated on Thursday in front of the provincial Italian headquarters of Interior Minister Matteo Salvini's League party, according to Corriere Del Veneto, citing local police in the northeastern town of Villorba.

#Terrorismo Una bomba explotó esta tarde en Villorba (Treviso) cerca de la sede de La Liga, partido de gobierno. Expertos en explosivos desactivan un segundo artefacto en el lugar. No se han registrado víctimas. #NoticiaEnDesarrollo #Italia #ImagenNoticias pic.twitter.com/3Vwef3pWQe

— MarinellysTremamunno (@Marinellys) August 16, 2018

The bomb did not cause damage to the building, nor was anyone injured in the blast.

Meanwhile, a bomb squad safely detonated a second device.

Police reportedly intercepted an internet communication recently which discussed bombing the League's headquarters, according to Corriere Del Veneto.

The League party is part of the new Italian coalition government headed by Giuseppe Conte, while the head of the League is Italy's new Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who assumed office on June 1 and immediately began blocking human trafficking efforts by NGO ships ferrying Libyian refugees across the Mediterranean.

Salvini wrote in a Tweet "They try to stop us, but violent and delinquents do not scare us. Let's go forward, stronger than before."

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 17:20:15 Id: e0f496 [Preview] No.11997 del
Una bomba rudimentale è esplosa di fronte alla sede della Lega di Villorba (Treviso), un’altra è stata trovata inesplosa.

Cercano di fermarci, ma violenti e delinquenti non ci fanno paura.

Andiamo avanti, più forti di prima.#iononmollohttps://t.co/vNAUYfSUNx

— Matteo Salvini (@matteosalvinimi) August 16, 2018

Here is translated text which was intercepted (via Corriere Del Veneto):

"Tired of being silent, tired of seeing systematic violence every day through racism, sexism, and wage labor in this society, whose essential values ​​are authority and profit. Nauseated by exploitation we see as main leaders all political parties which repress freedom through the state apparatus, reformer and repressive (TV, mass media, associations, army, civil protection, etc.). The state and capital are the biggest criminals, they even break their laws they steal in the form of taxes, they kill by war and wage labor, the rejections at sea and in the concentration camps for immigrants in Europe and Africa, they irreversibly contaminate man , animals and planet earth, all for their profit and power. Let us not forget the hypocritical complicity of this society made up of citizens who pretend not to see the horrors of racism, of nationalism today and yesterday. This acceptance is the pillar of totalitarianism and democracy: The authority that is based on indifference, fear, apathy, over time has been able to create the Gulags, the Nazi concentration camps, and today those in Libya or under the house our. It is a story that repeats itself.

At dawn, the headquarters of the League in Treviso, was attacked with 1 bomb, we claim the location against politicians, cops, and their minions. To all this we do not want to be accomplices, to the indiscriminate violence of the States we will oppose with the discriminated violence against those responsible for all this. The almost total pacification in Italy, where the masses are busy waging war among the poor, one of our goals is to oppose resignation, impotence and immobility. The state and capital use all the techniques and violence to divert attention from the real problems of the exploited and first of all hatred among the weakest and most disinherited, between one border and another, one gender another, between a skin color and another. It goes without saying that no faction of petty authoritarian politicians would ever be able to satisfy our desires. You are talking about the "yellow-green" government, left and right, we want the state to be destroyed. You are promising salary increases, reduced taxes, jobs, we want to eliminate money, goods and labor. You are fighting for better government conditions, but we just want to have fun on the blazing ruins of your cities. You make politics, we social war. Things are difficult, there is an existential chasm between us and there is no space for dialogue. So all this makes us clear where to hit! Specifically attack racism and exploitation. Strike the state, capital its managers. Direct action makes us clear why and how.

For an internationalist, rebellious, Anarchist solidarity! For a world without borders, authority! With this action we greet the invitation launched by the comrades "cell Santiago Maldonado" who have proposed to strengthen the attacks on the peace of the representatives and accomplices of the dominion. We salute every individuality and Anarchist cell that continues to propagate the flame through action, here and now! "Today we take the torch of anarchy, tomorrow it will be someone else. As long as you do not turn off!"

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Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 17:40:29 Id: 7a926d [Preview] No.11998 del
>the horrors of racism, of nationalism
>the Nazi concentration camps
>we do not want to be accomplices, to the indiscriminate violence (then sets off a bomb)
>we want the state to be destroyed
>we want to eliminate money, goods and labor
>we just want to have fun on the blazing ruins of your cities
>Specifically attack racism
My yid detection meter is off the charts.

Famed Musketeer Porthos wins the Democrat primary for Governor of Vermont while filthy shit-skinned anti-kike Somali wins the De Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 22:48:51 Id: a109b3 [Preview] No. 11967 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
There were more primary races held last night. The result of these primaries were very funny. Perhaps the funniest outcome of them was that a literal tranny won the Democrat primary for Vermont governor and an anti-Jew Somali female won the Democrat primary for a Minnesota Congressional seat.
The Democrat party is in the process of going full retard. They are becoming the party of mentally ill freaks and low IQ racial minorities. The only thing that unites these people is their hatred of the White man. They have nothing else in common. Do the kikes really think that homosexuals and trannies are going to get along with Moslems? This is a coalition doomed to failure.
It is also effectively forcing all sane White people to move away from the party and towards the Republicans and Donald Trump. Long term, the Democrats are only going to be a noisy fringe minority of sexually dysfunctional freaks and angry non-Whites.
We should fully support the craziest candidates that the Democrat party has to offer. And hell, if some of them raise a fuss about Jews and Israel, that’s a definite bonus.

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 23:14:37 Id: ee7bc6 [Preview] No.11969 del
I wouldn't give a shit if a mentally retarded pitch-black but anti-kike was running for Senate. I'll vote for any anti-kike. We've shown historically how we're capable of pushing back the Muslims without media with jewish CEOs turning this nation into a bunch of submissive pussies.

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 10:48:49 Id: 07aac9 [Preview] No.11970 del
Well, as long as he/she/it doesn't want to take away my right to bear arms then I don't have a problem with him/her/it. As far as being anti-ZOG I think its about time we had someone who didn't kiss Israel's ass.

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 15:56:06 Id: b32402 [Preview] No.11991 del
Trump's supporters also scored some victories I hear, tossing out more established Republicucks that supported amnesty. Should these grassroots conservatives stand a chance winning in the Mid Term elections they could deal a pretty big blow to the pro-amnesty Republicucks and Demshits.

I don't like American politics but it does bring a smile to my face seeing grassroots candidates beating established incumbents. The problem is usually they end up being a minority which can be easily bypassed. Still, the more incumbents that get thrown out and replaced with alternatives the better.

Facebook Pisses Off Even More Users By Banning Streaming Services Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 15:38:27 Id: 4f45e6 [Preview] No. 11989 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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This negative stigma has already resulted in Google banning “Kodi” from the autocomplete feature of its search engine, among other things. And recently Facebook has piled on with another broad measure.

Facebook previously banned the sale of fully-loaded pirate streaming devices, as did Amazon and eBay, but the social network appears to have expanded this to all Kodi-powered hardware now.

This is made clear in the prohibited content section of the company’s commerce policies, as shown below.

Facebook states that users are no longer allowed to promote “the sale or use of streaming devices with KODI installed.” In addition, jailbroken or loaded devices are also banned from the platform.

The issue was first noticed by CordCuttersNews which notes that sellers who violate the policy may have their Facebook accounts banned.

Interestingly, Facebook will still permit the sale of “add-on equipment for KODI devices,” including keyboards and remotes. However, selling any devices with the software itself is no longer allowed.


Kike Hate Group SPLC Gets Boot from US Federal Government Partnership Programs Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 22:55:59 Id: 85ad01 [Preview] No. 11968 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Speaking before the Alliance Defending Freedom’s annual Summit on Religious Liberty, Sessions announced that the Justice Department would not partner with groups that discriminate against or defame others, singling out the Southern Poverty Law Center for its “hate group” campaign.
Sessions accused the SPLC of wielding the “hate” designation as a “weapon . . . against conservative organizations that refuse to accept their orthodoxy and choose instead to speak their conscience.”
“I have ordered a review at the Department of Justice to make sure that we do not partner with any groups that discriminate,” Sessions said.
“We will not partner with groups that unfairly defame Americans for standing up for the Constitution or their faith.”
Nor will the department associate with “hate groups,” he said, insisting, “At the Justice Department, we will not partner with hate groups. Not on my watch.”
The SPLC, under its president, Richard Cohen, has, along with the Jewish extremist hate group the ADL, been one of the fiercest critics of the Trump administration, and used Trump’s face on the front page of one of its “Year in Hate” review.
SPLC board members contributed thousands of dollars to Clinton’s presidential campaign, and has continued to wage war against Trump, falsely accusing him of being responsible for an alleged increase in anti-Semitism and racism (an “upsurge” that was later revealed to have been caused by a Jew in Israel).
“They [SPLC] use it to bully and intimidate groups like yours which fight for the religious freedom, the civil rights, and constitutional rights of others,” Sessions told the Alliance Defending Freedom.
Among the groups listed by the SPLC is the ADF, a Christian legal foundation that specializes in religious-liberty cases.
“You and I may not agree on everything, but I wanted to come back here tonight partly because I wanted to say this: You are not a hate group,” Mr. Sessions told the ADF.
The move to boot the SPLC will affect the FBI in particular, which currently “partners” with the SPLC on “hate crimes.”
In April 2014, it was falsely reported that the FBI had cut its relationship with the SPLC, but that was a rumor started by right wing bloggers.

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 10:56:39 Id: 349bfb [Preview] No.11971 del
This I don't have a problem with at all. The SPLC is extremely politically bias, and the FBI (nor other agencies) should not be allowed to cater to such political bias. We need a neutral government, one that doesn't favor one kind of group over another. The SPLC is for total open borders, gun bans and they openly support censoring their political opposition. This would be like Soros' NGOs having influence over our government and most Americans don't want that. Good riddance to the SPLC!

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 13:29:58 Id: 6d7e42 [Preview] No.11977 del
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What about the statues these faggots took down because "muh perceived racism"?

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 14:20:57 Id: 349bfb [Preview] No.11982 del
No political entity should have anything to do with the law enforcement of this nation. Politics should be kept completely separate from justice. If a government favors one political party over another then there is bias enforcement of the laws like we see happening today. This is Good! news, not bad news.

Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 14:59:00 Id: 6d7e42 [Preview] No.11983 del
Of course it is. That didn't answer my question though.

British Police Arrest 31 Muslims Connected To Child Sex Ring Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 14:09:31 Id: 59d9ab [Preview] No. 11980 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
British police have arrested and charged thirty one members of a Muslim child sex ring in Huddersfield, England.

Thirty men and one woman were found to have trafficked and raped girls between the ages of 12 and 18, between 2005 and 2012.

Detectives believe the offences were committed in the Huddersfield area.

Fehreen Rafiq, 38, is the only woman accused. She is charged with two counts of facilitating the commission of a child sex offence.

BBC News reports: https://archive.fo/KjmrQ

Twelve men, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have been charged with “numerous offences in connection with the same investigation”, police said.

The accused are due at Kirklees Magistrates’ Court on 5 and 6 September.

West Yorkshire Police said the accused who can be named are:

Banaras Hussain 37, of Shipley, charged with one count of rape of a female over 16

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JCPenney Is The Next Major Retailer To Collapse Into Bankruptcy Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 12:53:19 Id: 62b91e [Preview] No. 11975 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
JCPenney shares are down over 20% this morning in the pre-market...

...trading below $2 for the first time in its almost 40 year history...

...after posting a wider-than-expected quarterly loss and disappointing sales. The struggling department-store chain, which has been without a chief executive since May, also lowered its forecast for the year, and now expect a loss.

Chairman Ronald W. Tysoe gave an update on the CEO search in the earnings statement.

“The process is going well and the Board has met with highly qualified candidates who have expressed a strong desire to become the next leader of JCPenney,” Tysoe said. “The hiring of a new CEO is the top priority of the board of directors.”

We wish them luck.

JCP bond yields are now above 14%

And CDS imply a 65% probability of default (and that is without this morning's move). We suspect once trading starts today that JCP will overtake Sears on the CDS deadpool list.


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Turkey Joins Russia In Liquidating US Treasuries Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 11:25:27 Id: 1243b8 [Preview] No. 11972 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Last month, when we reported that Russia had liquidated the bulk of its US Treasury holdings in just two months, we said that "we can't help but wonder - as the Yuan-denominated oil futures were launched, trade wars were threatened, and as more sanctions were unleashed on Russia - if this wasn't a dress-rehearsal, carefully coordinated with Beijing to field test what would happen if/when China also starts to liquidate its own Treasury holdings."

As it turns out, Russia did lead the way, but not for China. Instead, another recent US foreign nemesis, Turkey, was set to follow in Putin's footsteps of "diversifying away from the dollar", and in the June Treasury International Capital, Turkey completely dropped off the list of major holders of US Treasurys, which has a $30 billion floor to be classified as a "major holder."

According to the US Treasury, Turkey's holdings of bonds, bills and notes tumbled by 52% since the end of 2017, dropping to $28.8 billion in June from $32.6 billion in May and $61.2 billion at the recent high of November of 2016.

Meanwhile, as we showed earlier, Russia - which first fell off the list last month after being a top-10 foreign creditor to the US just a few years ago - saw its Treasury holdings remain unchanged at an 11 year low of just $14.9 billion.

The selloffs took place well before a diplomatic fallout between the US and both Turkey and Russia resulted in new sets of sanctions and tariffs imposed on both nations. The Trump administration last week imposed new sanctions against Russia in response to the nerve agent poisoning in the U.K. of a former Russian spy and his daughter.

Meanwhile, the Turkish selloff certainly continued into July and August as U.S. relations with Turkey deteriorated this week after President Trump doubled steel and aluminum tariffs to pressure the nation to release a jailed American pastor. Turkey increased the tensions by announcing new tariffs on American products such as cars as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for a boycott of iPhones and other U.S. electronics.

And with the anti-US axis started to solidify, with first Russia now Turkey dumping US paper, the question once again is: when, and under what conditions, would China - or others - join the all too symbolic selling of US government debt?


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Reader 08/16/2018 (Thu) 11:30:07 Id: 1243b8 [Preview] No.11973 del
Global currency reset is likely on the way, other nations (even Japan) is starting to dump T-bond holdings. This is what happens to a nation that builds an empire, removes their gold standard, outsources their domestic industry, creates endless wars, spends itself into utter debt insolvency with nothing to show for it but a bunch of fat cat bureaucrats and corrupt insolvent subsidized companies. Do it, pull the fucking trigger already!

Good! Trump Revokes Security Clearance Of Former CIA Director John Brennan Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 20:31:05 Id: d45464 [Preview] No. 11962 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Three weeks after we reported that Trump may revoke the security clearance for several former Obama officials over politicized statements, including John Brennan, James Clapper, Susan Rice, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Michael Hayden and Bruce Ohr (Comey and McCabe had already lost their) - on Wednesday White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders announced that Donald Trump has decided to revoke former CIA Director Brennan's Security Clearance.

JUST IN: Sarah Sanders reads statement from Pres. Trump revoking former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance. https://t.co/dMeVjlPoyT pic.twitter.com/WkojZWBVgq

— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) August 15, 2018

Trump accused Brennan of leveraging his former government status to make "unfounded and outrageous" charges about his administration in a statement read by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at Wednesday's press briefing.

"Mr. Brennan’s lying and recent conduct characterized by increasingly frenzied commentary is wholly inconsistent with access to the nation’s most closely held secrets and facilities, the very aim of our adversaries, which is to sow division and chaos," Trump said in the statement read by Sanders.

“More broadly, the issue of Mr. Brennan’s security clearances raises questions about the practice of former officials maintaining access to our nation’s sensitive secrets long after their time in government has ended.”

In justifying the revocation, the White House asserted that Brennan - who has been highly critical of President Trump, including on Twitter and as an NBC News and MSNBC analyst - "has history that calls into question his objectivity and credibility."

Trump's statement stated that "such access is particularly inappropriate when former officials have transitioned into highly partisan positions and seek to use real or perceived access to sensitive information to validate their political attacks."

“Historically, former heads of intelligence and law enforcement agencies have been allowed to retain access to classified information after their government service so that they can consult with their successors regarding matters about which they may have special insights and as a professional courtesy,” said Sanders, adding “Neither of these justifications supports Mr. Brennan’s continued access to classified information."

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Chinese Dictatorship Is Now Spying on Chinese Americans, Enslaving Christians and Muslims At Home Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 18:35:37 Id: b5b2c5 [Preview] No. 11958 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
China is compiling a global registry of its ethnic minorities who have fled persecution, threatening to detain the families of those who don’t comply.

A major human rights crisis is unfolding in northwestern China, according to the United Nations, which said last week that there were credible reports that the Chinese government is holding one million or more ethnic minorities in secretive detention camps.

Yet even for those who have escaped China, surveillance and intimidation have followed. As part of a massive campaign to monitor and intimidate its ethnic minorities no matter where they are, Chinese authorities are creating a global registry of Uighurs who live outside of China, threatening to detain their relatives if they do not provide personal and identifying information to Chinese police. This campaign is now reaching even Uighurs who live in the United States.

A few months ago, Barna, who lives in a major U.S. city and requested that her real name not be revealed, received an odd message from her mother, who lives in China. Barna’s mother asked her to send her U.S. car license plate number, her phone number, her U.S. bank card number, and a photo of her ID card. Barna’s mother said that China is creating a new ID card system that includes all Chinese, even those who are abroad.

“From her unsettled voice, I can tell she has been pushed by the authorities... For the sake of my mom’s safety, I said OK.”

Since her mother was located in China and they were talking via WeChat, a Chinese chat app permitted by China’s internet regulator since it gives authorities access to messages and phone calls, Barna knew that their conversation was likely being monitored. So she told her mother that she did not have a car in the United States and that she only uses her Chinese bank card, though her mother knows this isn’t the case.

But Barna agreed to send the photo of her ID card. “From her unsettled voice, I can tell she has been pushed by the authorities,” said Barna. “For the sake of my mom’s safety, I said OK.”

In recent months, many other Uighurs living in the United States have received similar demands from Chinese authorities, relayed by family members back in China who were paid official visits from local public security bureau officials. One Uighur living on the east coast told The Daily Beast that Chinese police had demanded a copy of the individual’s employment contract with their university; another was told they had to provide a letter from their academic supervisor. If they don’t comply, these Uighurs know that their relatives may be detained.

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 18:36:04 Id: b5b2c5 [Preview] No.11959 del
“I’ve heard about many of these cases of influence and intimidation from Chinese authorities being extended to Uighurs abroad, whether they are students or journalists or everyday people,” said James Millward, a professor of Chinese and Central Asian history at Georgetown University. “In many cases they are permanent residents, green card holders, or even citizens in the United States, Australia, or elsewhere.”

There are about 10 million Uighurs in China. Uighurs are a Turkic-speaking, largely Muslim ethnic minority concentrated in China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang. In recent decades, a low-level insurgency in the region has brought occasional violence, and in 2009 ethnic riots there killed hundreds.

Beijing accuses Uighur separatists of religious extremism and has launched a shocking campaign of religious and cultural repression that has dramatically escalated in the past year and a half. Anywhere between 100,000 to a million Uighurs or more have been herded into extrajudicial concentration camps in Xinjiang; exact numbers are extremely difficult to assess, as the Chinese government tightly restricts access to the region and has not acknowledge the camps’ existence. In the camps, Uighurs are forced to renounce Islam, to memorize Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda, and to swear allegiance to the party. In some Uighur villages, up to 40 percent of the population has disappeared. Chinese authorities have also recently embarked on a campaign to build crematoria in Xinjiang.


China has taken extreme measures to wipe out all traces of Christianity in the country, by tearing down posters of Jesus and replacing them with images of President Xi Jinping.

The country’s ruling Communist party has chosen to eradicate the faith amongst its 1.38 billion residents, going as far as banning children from visiting churches.

For the government, China’s Christian community has long been a source of embarrassment, resulting in bans on the Bible and on public displays of the cross.

Church leadership is also required to request approval from the Communist party and even church teachings must now be in line with party ideals.

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Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 18:36:25 Id: b5b2c5 [Preview] No.11960 del
The move is part of Beijing’s “Principle for Promoting Chinese Christianity in China for the Next Five Years (2018-2022)” plan, which details how it will “Sinicize” Christianity within its borders.

Within hours of the declaration, censors moved in to eradicate Christianity.

Bibles were seized and banned, and digital versions can no longer be found online.

Only an officially approved version from the government-sanctioned open church is available.

Images of Christ have already been replaced with posters of President Xi and Christian children are no longer allowed to attend church.

Chinese Christians have been forced to worship in secret congregations out of fear.

Qi Yan, a member of the township party committee said: “Through our thought reform, they’ve voluntarily done it.

“The move is aimed at Christian families in poverty, and we educated them to believe in science and not in superstition, making them believe in the party.”

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Tesla Stocks Tumble As SEC Said To Subpoena Company Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 17:16:56 Id: 6b7143 [Preview] No. 11955 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Having stoically resisted the barrage of news over the past 9 days following Elon Musk's infamous "going private" tweet, Tesla is suddenly sliding, down more than 4%, on a tweet by Fox Business News' Charlie Gasparino, who reports that the "SEC ramps up investigation into Tesla privatization plans; sends subpoenas to Tesla regarding privatization plans and Musk's statements involving "funding secured." He adds that the "subpoenas signal investigation has reached the "formal" stages."

SCOOP: SEC ramps up investigation into Tesla privatization plans; sends subpoenas to Tesla regarding privatization plans and Musk's statements involving "funding secured"--sources Subpoenas signal investigation has reached the "formal" stages -- sources more now @FoxBusiness
— Charles Gasparino (@CGasparino) August 15, 2018

The stock is sliding.

So what happens next, and is a quick resolution imminent? Hardly.

As Bloomberg lays out the next steps in a potential enforcement process, the SEC’s average inquiry takes about two years and adds that "that kind of time frame would understandably frustrate traders who are reading Musk’s tweets and trying to assess in real-time whether he’s actually lined up bankers and lawyers to advise on a deal. But even though Wall Street might want a quick ruling on whether he’s violated securities laws, Washington regulators may disappoint."

SEC officials may also be keen to speak with members of the Saudi wealth fund to learn if Musk’s public statements accurately reflect their private conversations. But getting foreign nationals to cooperate can be challenging, and issuing subpoenas to compel testimony doesn’t always work when the targets are overseas.

To be clear, the SEC hasn’t accused Musk or Tesla of any wrongdoing. If the SEC does determine he or the company violated the law, it will submit what’s known as a Wells notice, which notifies investigative targets that the agency’s enforcement division plans to recommend that SEC commissioners approve a lawsuit or sanction against the company.

Another factor that could slow things down is that the SEC’s scrutiny of Tesla goes beyond Musk’s recent tweets. The agency’s San Francisco office was already examining the company’s public pronouncements on manufacturing goals and sales targets, Bloomberg reported Aug. 9.

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Turkey Increases Tariffs on US Imports Including Vehicles, Alcohol, Tobacco Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 16:48:55 Id: 0da497 [Preview] No. 11953 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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According to the country's Official Gazette, the decree signed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, raised the levy on passenger cars by 120 percent, on alcoholic drinks by 140 percent and on leaf tobacco by 60 percent. Tariffs were also increased on goods including cosmetics, rice and coal.

Turkey's Vice President Fuat Oktay wrote on Twitter Wednesday that Ankara has raised tariffs on US products under the principle of reciprocity "in response to the US administration's deliberate attacks on our economy."

On Tuesday, Erdogan said his government would boycott electronic goods from the United States in response to Washington imposing tariffs on Turkish imports. He pledged Turkey would work to produce and export more goods, as well as provide employment opportunities to Turkish citizens.

On Friday, Erdogan said Turkey was in a state of economic war after the Turkish lira plummeted as a result of US President Donald Trump’s announcement that he authorized the doubling of US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Turkey.

The tensions between the two countries escalated after Donald Trump announced earlier that the United States would increase import tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum to 50 and 20 percent respectively. Following Trump's decision, the Turkish lira fell to its record low against the US dollar on Sunday night nosediving to 7.13 lire for the US dollar.

The bilateral relations initially soured in 2016 after US pastor Andrew Brunson was arrested in Turkey for allegedly being a member of the movement founded by Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, which Ankara accused of trying to overthrow the government in 2016 and listed as a terrorist organization.


Infowars.com Site Shut Down Amid Massive Tech Censorship Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 19:30:03 Id: fddaa4 [Preview] No. 11904 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Infowars.com has been taken down! The deep state working with the democrats are making their move against America! Newswars.com and prisonplanet.com are up and fighting!

— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) August 14, 2018

Alex Jones’ flagship website Infowars.com went down for over an hour Tuesday, in a suspected DDOS cyber attack targeting critical Infowars infrastructure.

https://t.co/DHRJw8KFgr is down again. We have been under cyber attack for over a week since Big Tech launched its purge.

— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) August 14, 2018

https://t.co/5PAYpiYrPW IS DOWN 🚨

The #ChineseCommunist / #Democrat / #DeepState war to deplatform infowars just went to a new level.

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Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 23:45:19 Id: 87b6fc [Preview] No.11925 del
Well, I already knew that. International jewry tends to censor anyone revealing their agendas as soon as they catch wind of them, either through public or private coordinated attacks. Numerous YouTube channels have been taken down. Alternative websites those users started DDoSed. It's simply the organized underhanded tactics they employ.

Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 23:55:39 Id: 7acae3 [Preview] No.11928 del
If this purge continues on such a harsh level it could really destroy the ability for average people to get the truth out over the internet. I'm sure they have a large list of targets, all they have to do is use their consolidated power to start knocking them all down one by one, including the image boards and alternative networks out there. AJ is pretty big target and that's harder for them to do, but if they are successful then we know its only a matter of time before we all start going down. I see this as a massive beta test (they're likely probing how the information spreads, where the alternatives lead to, and blacklisting even more targets for future takedowns).

Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 23:59:45 Id: 7acae3 [Preview] No.11929 del
The BO does a good job getting rid of spam, just don't be slinging unnecessary insults or breaking basic rules and you should be fine.

Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 23:59:47 Id: 87b6fc [Preview] No.11930 del
I can at least agree with you on that. They'll come after all of us eventually through mass Orwellian control. Whether people will stand for it remains to be seen.

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 15:20:21 Id: a934bf [Preview] No.11952 del
Here is the perfect solution to a lot of social media censorship: https://riot.im/

Here's a summary: Matrix defines a set of open APIs for decentralised communication, suitable for securely publishing, persisting and subscribing to data over a global open federation of servers with no single point of control. Uses include Instant Messaging (IM), Voice over IP (VoIP) signalling, Internet of Things (IoT) communication, and bridging together existing communication silos - providing the basis of a new open real-time communication ecosystem.

So, you see a general idea of what it is. Now here's the good part. The application [ Riot ] at riot.im is _very_ useful. You can create end-to-end encrypted chats which means no logs and nothing can be read from a 3rd party. Just as well, you can create rooms where people join to chat. It's entirely anonymous, you can sign up for an account at matrix.org using Tor, plus, you can chat while proxied through Tor. So, that also means you could proxy through I2P or something of the sort. Matrix protocol and riot application are very very easy to use and are anonymous to the core.

I suggest that we use this for a number of reasons:

1. Anonymous
2. Decentralized
3. Encrypted (end to end, means no logs)
4. You can host your own node and provide for everyone

Download for PC: https://riot.im/desktop.html
Github builds: https://github.com/vector-im/riot-web/releases
BACKUPS: https://www95.zippyshare.com/v/hpCG7fpm/file.html

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Deliberate Destabilization: Sudanese Muslim Attacks UK Parliament, Killing Many Pedestrians Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 14:04:43 Id: dace58 [Preview] No. 11951 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The suspect arrested on suspicion of carrying out a terrorist attack at the UK Parliament on Tuesday has been named as Salih Khater, Sky News reported. It is believed the 29-year-old is a British citizen of Sudanese origin, and remains in police custody after his arrest on suspicion of preparing an act of terror.

A Facebook page for a man of the same name says he lives in Birmingham, works as a shop manager, and has studied at Sudan University of Science and Technology.

Khater has been arrested on suspicion of ramming a car into pedestrians and cyclists before crashing into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament. The suspect is being held in custody in south London, and is said to be not cooperating with police. Scotland Yard’s head of counter-terrorism Neil Basu said no other suspects have been identified.

Police have been searching addresses in the Midlands after a car smashed into barriers near Parliament on Tuesday morning. Officers revealed the driver travelled from Birmingham to London on Monday night and arrived in the capital just after midnight.

He remained in the Tottenham Court Road area, close to Oxford Street, from around 1.25am until 5.55am.

The silver Ford Fiesta was then driven to Westminster and Whitehall for about 6am and stayed in the area until the time of the attack. It hit cyclists and pedestrians at 7.37am before crashing into security barriers.

According to the MI5, the suspect was unknown and "not currently cooperating", the Metropolitan Police said afterwards. His vehicle was removed late on Tuesday night.

Two addresses in the West Midlands city were being searched by counter-terror officers later that evening, as well as a flat in Nottingham's Radford/ Arboretum area.


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Deliberate Destabilization: Migrant Gangs Unleash Coordinated Fire-Bomb Rampage Across Diverse Sweden Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 12:33:29 Id: e15616 [Preview] No. 11892 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Many Swedes were horrified in early 2017 when U.S. President Donald Trump linked immigration to rising crime in Sweden, but an increasing number now agree with him.

Amid soaring crime rates, gang violence, complaints about education, and pregnant mothers even being turned away from maternity wards due to a lack of capacity, resentment in Sweden has built over the influx of more than 600,000 immigrants over the past five years.

And tonight is one of the worst night for violence in recent history as police report multiple gangs of masked youths rampaging across three major Swedish cities, setting cars on fire in what seems like a coordinated action.

Multiple arson attacks on vehicles in #Gothenburg tonight

- An estimated 15 cars alleged to have been torched
- Youths with molotov cocktails are reported to have set fire to the vehicles
- Other arson attacks reported in Trollhättan
- Ongoing#Sweden #Göteborg #svpol #breaking pic.twitter.com/ygKsdaW17N
— Intelligence Fusion (@IntellFusion) August 13, 2018

As The Daily Mail reports, police said they were dealing with multiple fires as dramatic footage showed youths targeting vehicles in a shopping centre and hospital car park at Frölunda Torg, south-west of Gothenburg.

Sinnesjukt vilka pack #frölunda #hjällbo #göteborg pic.twitter.com/cseqaRYR6H

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Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 12:34:05 Id: e15616 [Preview] No.11893 del
Cars were also reported on fire in Malmo, at the southern tip of the country, and in Helsingborg, further south than Gothenburg.

Photos from Gothenburg in Sweden right now.

It's a war zone. pic.twitter.com/UTl9m3JhXV

— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) August 13, 2018

Police report that the situation is under control and they remain on the premises to keep order.

It is no surprise then, as we noted previously, judging by the latest polls, the rise of extreme populist groups in Sweden is accelerating fast.

As Reuters reports, dozens of people have been killed in the past two years in attacks in the capital Stockholm and other big cities by gangs that are mostly from run-down suburbs dominated by immigrants.


Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 03:58:14 Id: c12355 [Preview] No.11949 del
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>We chose not to seize someone but have identified them and talked with them, "said Ulla Brehm
Goddamnit, Sweden. The migrants don't even have to cause this much destruction. I'm sure they could go door-to-door, hand Swedes a gun, and ask them to blow their brains out. They'd do it. The most cucked people on planet Earth.

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 13:48:44 Id: 960a76 [Preview] No.11950 del
They've been brainwashed hard over there and if the propaganda continues in most other Western countries undebated and unquestioned you will see the same results in the near future. Note that in Sweden alternative media is banned, no one is even allowed to speak out about this stuff because its considered a "hate crime" and they'll be shut down and thrown in prison (much like in the UK). This is why we must thwart the censorship of alternative media so normal people can wake up to this blatant deceit. If you want to know where the censorship of alternative media leads to, look no further than Sweden.

How Alabama's Coal Industry Was Saved Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:37:01 Id: ef97c9 [Preview] No. 11943 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
It was hulking, it was orange, and its name was Trump.

Randy Johnson looked on as his new 220-ton excavator carved up the ground, clearing the field of rocks to help unearth the coal underneath. Four weeks earlier, the central Alabama mine’s 22 employees had gathered to christen the $2.7 million purchase, painting “TRUMP” in white block letters along the excavator’s side. The day I visited, a recent Friday in July, those letters gleamed under the punishing southern sun, the machine’s every move—every swivel at the base, every curl of the claw—an implicit tribute to the 45th president.

It’s tradition in the mining industry to name the “big machines.” Apart from the land itself, they represent the bulk of capital for a new site. For Johnson, though, this excavator was emblematic of much more. The 71-year-old Alabama native and mining veteran had bowed out of the industry in 2014, when he says the Obama administration’s “war on coal” pummeled the market. But with Donald Trump’s election came a wave of “optimism,” he told me: optimism that the crush of regulations would ebb, that the “dirty” caricatures of the industry, aggravated by Barack Obama, would start to soften. So at the turn of the year, when he learned of an idle reserve in Bessemer, Johnson reopened his company, called one of his old foremen, and made the largest investment of his career.

That Friday morning, the mine’s 491 acres hummed. Trump (the excavator), two track hoes, and eight dump trucks were at work on the land’s first seam—or layer—of largely steam coal. “We’re starting small,” Johnson told me. He anticipates beginning with 20,000 or so tons a month, which would provide a cash flow that would allow him to break even by fall. It’s a modest forecast, and Johnson admitted that he has no long-term contracts yet to anchor the operation, save for existing contracts through the state’s coal co-op. But he’s confident the market will continue to reflect Trump’s favor of the industry. While the majority of the administration’s regulatory rollbacks remain steeped in litigation, the expectation that no new rules are likely to come has kept the mood here high.

“I’ve been doing this a long time, and I have a good feeling,” Johnson told me that morning. “I promise you it was Obama’s goal, and would have been Hillary Clinton’s goal, to dismantle the coal industry in Alabama.” He turned to his 56-year-old business partner, Mel Bailey. “Mel, if Hillary Clinton had been elected, would we have done this?”

“No,” Bailey said. “It wouldn’t have happened.”

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:38:46 Id: ef97c9 [Preview] No.11944 del
There are many reasons to be skeptical of Johnson’s gamble. Natural gas continues to flow cheaply, meaning Trump may not be ending the war on coal so much as putting it off for the time being. This seemed especially true last month, when the administration proposed keeping struggling coal plants afloat by forcing energy-grid operators to purchase from those plants, citing reasons of “national security.” For many conservatives, the proposed move was reminiscent of Obama’s massive 2010 loan to Solyndra, the solar-panel start-up whose swift bankruptcy left taxpayers footing the bill—which is to say it signaled the harm that can come with government intervention in a resistant market. It was telling that just as Trump’s proposal came to light, Republicans like Senator Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia were touting the promises of natural gas.

Yet prudent or not, Johnson’s reentry into coal mining reflects a Trump-sparked enthusiasm rippling through many small industrial towns. For voters like Johnson, the president’s friendly posture toward the industry is a promise from the campaign trail made good—much like his withdrawal from the Paris climate accord, for instance, and his nominations of conservative justices to the Supreme Court. It’s the kind of follow-through that enlivens a political base, encouraging voter turnout in midterm elections and beyond. Republicans may privately wince at Trump’s proposed interventions in the industry, but if they believe their mining constituencies should temper their optimism, they certainly aren’t saying as much.

Johnson’s gamble may be rooted largely in faith: faith in regulatory rollbacks to come, faith that the market will only get better under this president’s watch. But the Trump administration’s support of coal isn’t just rhetoric either. Apart from proposing the new coal-buying quotas for energy-grid operators, Trump has eliminated the Stream Protection Rule. The law, intended to protect waterways from coal-mining waste, was considered one of the key environmental measures of the Obama era. The regulation sparked massive backlash across the industry; water treatment is expensive, and the rule promised to slow down an already convoluted approval process for land permits. In February 2017, as one of the first acts of his presidency, Trump signed a bill undoing the law entirely.

It’s the elimination of such regulations that has helped turn miners like Johnson more bullish about reentering the industry. “We know you ‘get it’ and you love America and coal miners,” Johnson wrote recently in a letter to the White House. “Keep fighting for us and we will stand with you.”

In 1990, Johnson helped found the Alabama Coal Co-op, which allows smaller mines like his to pool their coal reserves and compete against the major ones. In the decades before, the state’s mining industry had enjoyed a healthy run, in large part because of the gargantuan presence of U.S. Steel in Birmingham. Even as the local steel industry receded in the mid-1990s, international demand for coal remained high.

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:39:18 Id: ef97c9 [Preview] No.11945 del
Demand fluctuated by the early aughts. And that was normal: Energy markets, especially for the kind of coal used to make steel, have long been unpredictable. But demand for thermal, or steam, coal—used to generate electricity—took a decided hit during the Obama era.

The reason why depends on who you ask. Johnson and others in the coal community argue demand diminished not because mining companies couldn’t compete with natural gas, but because, given the onslaught of new regulations—including carbon-emission controls under the Clean Power Plan—they essentially weren’t allowed to. Ultimately, the reason for thermal coal’s decline is likely a combination of the two. Under the Clean Power Plan’s emission standards, power plants were pressured to look to renewable energy sources and natural gas. And with natural gas cheaper than ever, state public-utility commissions were more willing to acquiesce to those standards, rather than challenge them. So plants across the country began taking their coal units offline.

From 2008 to 2017, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the number of coal mines across the country decreased by roughly half. From 2012 to 2017, miner labor hours declined 39 percent.

Hardest hit were people like Barry Chambers: longtime private contractors who relied on mines for income. Chambers, who’s based in Fairview, Alabama, told me he enjoyed steady work for three different coal companies before the Obama era. He administered ground control and water control, engineered catch ponds, and even contracted some mining work from the companies looking to open new fields. “The Obama administration just killed me,” he said. “It started to where they couldn’t afford to use me no more as a private contractor, and then eventually they shut down altogether.”

At age 58, Chambers found himself out of work and more than a million dollars in debt. He sold all of his equipment. “My wife got a real good job,” he said, which helped pay the bills. When some of their property burned, they remodeled it themselves. Everything was done, he said, in the service of getting out of debt “without filing bankruptcy.”

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:40:12 Id: ef97c9 [Preview] No.11946 del
Chambers was giddy, then, when he learned the Bessemer mine, known as Shannon, was reopening. “I knew several of them working here,” he said. He started making phone calls. Within days, Johnson hired him as an assistant foreman. The plan is to have him take over some of the operations as the mine reaches its second, third, and fourth seams. “I’ve been here three weeks now,” Chambers told me. “I thank him every day I see him.”

Johnson brought back another longtime partner, Eddie House, as a foreman. When Johnson’s company cratered in 2014, the now-58-year-old House became self-employed, building farms, leveling pads for chicken houses, and baling hay. It was “pretty steady,” said House, the leathered skin on his arms a badge of decades of work in the sun. But like a lot of out-of-work miners, he couldn’t afford health insurance on the federal exchange, a precarious reality for a life spent around big machines. The promise of Blue Cross Blue Shield from Johnson was a draw, House told me. “But I guess it was mostly just cause I like mining,” he explained. “These are good folks who work hard.”

Since Shannon reopened, distributors and manufacturers across Jefferson County have felt the residual boom. Johnson relies on local dealers for everything from tires and explosives to fuel. Even a Coca-Cola or a fresh pack of nicotine gum (which Johnson chews incessantly): With 20-plus new customers swinging by the Marathon gas station near the mine’s entrance each morning, store clerks are “tickled to death we’re coming through here,” Bailey told me.

“Nothing here comes from Amazon,” Alabama Coal Association President Patrick Cagle told me when I visited the mine, gesturing at the machines scattered across it.

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:40:51 Id: ef97c9 [Preview] No.11947 del
“Coal mining was our lifeblood,” explained Tim Ellis, the manager of GCR Tires near Bessemer, when I reached him by phone. “The day Trump got elected, the mines didn’t open the next morning, but the positivity, the optimism that things would get better—it’s just grown, and it’s really helped us financially. It greatly impacts our autonomy.

“If it had gone the other way with Mrs. Hillary,” he added, “I just don’t know what would’ve happened.”

Johnson chimed in: “If you don’t vote,” he said with a chuckle, “you can’t bitch.”


Good! Russian Military Sets Up 8 Military Outposts Across Syria's Golan Heights For Defense Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:28:44 Id: b751a5 [Preview] No. 11940 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Resulting from Russia’s declaration that it would be establishing eight militarized outposts along the de facto Syria-Israel border, the UN has been prodded into action, and is re-engaging its own responsibilities to monitor the region. The UN previously was unable to perform, due to pressure from the US, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia chiefly, to pressure the UN not to guard the demilitarized zone.

The result of a lacking UN presence was that the area was more easily used by Israel to provide safe harbor, arms, equipment, and medical care to Al-Qaeda and ISIS groups, under these and several related brands. Russia has been looking for a solution ever since. With the US’s waning influence in the region, and significantly reduced force projection capacity, we entered into a new period.

This had the effect of sending the Zionist entity scrambling in order to seek a better deal, attempting to triangulate US-Russia tensions and the proxy war between the two multi-polar powers in the region. Israel has considerable pull on some pillars of Russian power, enough so that it is able to build its move of desperation into the creation of the perception both domestically and internationally, that its moves here are proactive, and demonstrate an expansion of Israeli power.

Whether a line trotted for domestic consumption or international consumption or both, Israel trumps that it is not only controlling the US Congress through AIPAC and other deeper mechanisms upon the deep state, such as through banking and through pedophile kompromat, but ostensibly also the Russian Duma. A large portion of Israel’s population today are also Russian and former Soviet citizens, holding two passports. In addition, a statistically disproportionate number of Russia’s capitalist class are also Israeli citizens.

In the grand strategies of nations, it is always beneficial when they are able to shape their major strategic activities in ways that can be read multiple ways, by multiple other strategic actors, with each actor having a generally correct read of the activity. This provides tremendous latitude and ability to act. These can be considered ‘dual purpose’ strategies.

At the present moment, nowhere is this practice and this condition more visible than with Russia’s game with Israel. The biggest news recently was that Russia was set to establish eight military outposts, along the de facto border of Israel and Syria, on the Syrian-governed side of the border with the Golan Heights, the region which is presently under an illegal Israeli occupation.

Through a complex system of information war, Russia is using the very same cordoning off of the internet which the US establishment and deep state are set to complete, to disassemble reality. This virtual walled garden is meant to decelerate and frustrate the otherwise natural tendency of the internet towards the cross-pollination and cross-semination of ideas.

This original internet process of cross-pollination leads inevitably to a quickening of the historic process of the same, and previously the internet increased the rate at which this process occurred, which is inherently destabilizing for the powers that be. As the US is cordoning the internet off into various ‘walled gardens’, keeping like with like, it is maintaining a segregative process.

And Russia is doing its best responsive maneuver, at least operationalizing that fact of the US establishing cordoned off internet zones. How this works, is fairly easy to understand. In some sectors of the internet, Russia is promoted as Israel’s greatest ally. In others, the ‘Axis of Resistance’, featuring Iran, Iraq, and Hezbollah of Lebanon, depicts Russia as an important ally. Both are able to point to certain aspects of the conflict in Syria as evidence of this.

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:30:01 Id: b751a5 [Preview] No.11941 del
This belief creation process, especially through new media and the internet, is a critical part of how simulacra are created in the context of 4GW – fourth generation warfare. Beliefs derived from the internet carry stronger weight at this time than beliefs drawn from television and radio. This is for many reasons, including the role of peer to peer information gathering, and that internet based information was pre-selected and ‘dug for’ by the consumer. This lends it a higher degree of value.

Russia has stated publicly that it is interested in both Iran and Israel’s strategic interests. How can this be, given that both countries are apparently in a proxy, and even recently direct, conflict with one another? In deciphering ‘Lavrovese‘, the language of Russian diplomacy, it must be understood that words have a certain meaning. In terms of Russia’s policy commitments to ‘strategic interests’, this doesn’t mean ‘as these countries view these themselves‘. In other words, Russia is committed to what it, itself, believes are Israel and Iran’s strategic interests, as opposed to what these two countries publicly state their interests are. In short, Russia is committed to Russia’s strategic interests; which do align with the general conception of deconfliction. The idea here is the most balanced compromises that deliver peace as a status quo. Instead of strategic interests, ‘security insurance’ is a better concept to separate this out from Israels irredentist goals or Iran’s foothold in Lebanon. It is neither a problem nor a criticism to state such. Russia has sandbagged its intentions with regard to Israel, and Israel is taking the bait.

Also, there is the fact that Russia is aware that both states, Israel and Iran, engage in a form of demagoguery and rhetorically politicize things beyond what may be the real strategic goal. A war between both countries may not be within either country’s strategic interests, given that Israel is a nuclear power and that Iran’s conventional response would be similarly effective. So all this rhetoric is in fact about containment, playing to their bases, not about mutual destruction, as it is sometimes understood each has called for the other.

Both Iran and Israel have strategic interests in Iraq, with Israel building strong ties with radical Sunni’s in Iraq who despise Iranian Shia’s growth of power. In essence, Iraq has become a proxy border between Israel and Iran. The government of Iraq today is increasingly, and more than nominally so, supportive of Iran. At the same time, through its parliament and private industry, Israel also has a vested interest in Iraq’s natural and mineral resources – oil and water. Moreover, and finally, what Iran and Israel publicly say their strategic interests are, may not match up with their own internal designs and discourse with regard to grand strategy and regional hegemony. Both states have benefited from the US-led invasion of Iraq. Recall at the time that both the US hand-picked ‘secular moderate’ government of Chalabi, and the ‘Shia resistance’ led by al-Sadr’s al-Mahdi Army, represented Iranian vested interest in the US’s campaign

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 01:30:17 Id: b751a5 [Preview] No.11942 del
We can see for example here that ‘TruNews’, gives this news an angle that would please those following the ‘Russia is allies with Iran’ part of the internet, even while raising concerns and legal contentions from the POV of Israel. Here they point out a few facts which trend in the direction that supports their view, such as framing it as a Russian deployment that would prevent Israel from striking at Syrian and Iranian targets on the Syrian governed side of the Purple Line.

The standard reportage went like this;

“The Russian military police will create eight outposts near the demilitarized zone at the Golan Heights on the Syrian-Israeli border, a deputy commander of the Russian forces in Syria in charge of of military police, Viktor Zaytsev, said. According to the official, the first permanent observation post of the Russian military police has already been set up. “Seven more will be created in the future. They will serve as a security guarantee for civilians of the Quneitra governorate,” he said. Another deputy commander of the Russian forces in Syria, Sergei Kuralenko, said the outposts will be created near the demilitarized zone, controlled by UN forces. “I would like to stress that there will be no Russian military police posts in the demilitarized zone,” he said. The Golan Heights had been part of Syria since 1944, but the territory was seized by Israel during the 1967 Six-Day War.”


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When 3,035th White Farmer Shot Dead in South Africa in Front of Wife Reader 08/11/2018 (Sat) 02:15:35 Id: 4406f3 [Preview] No. 11782 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In another of the tens of thousands of horrific armed black attacks against white farm families, a young South African veterinarian was shot dead in Limpopo province next to his nursing wife who was pistol-whipped.

Killed was Dr Paul Meyer, 38. He ran his veterinary practice from a farm near the Selati wildlife reserve in Limpopo province, next to the Mozambican border. Afrikaans journalist Virginia Keppler of Beeld newspaper reports that the young wife, Marilise Meyer, 34, was pistol whipped while she was breastfeeding her baby. The family had been kidnapped with friends Pierre and Sue Gallagher from their homestead kitchen with baby Wouter, 5 months. The four armed black attackers, who spoke a Mozambican language, carried AK47s.

They drove the five white kidnapped people towards the Mozambiquan border at breakneck speed in two farm vehicles which had been stolen from the farm. They stopped a few kilometres short of the border, dumped their kidnap victims next to the roadside, and removed the electronic tracking devices from the robbed farm vehicles.

While they were doing this, they also proceeded to pistol-whip Mrs Meyer while she was breastfeeding baby Wouter in a desperate attempt to keep the baby quiet. They also beat the young wife - who worked as a veterinary assistant at her husband's practice -- across the lower back with a monkey wrench.

Then they shot dead her unarmed husband Dr Paul Meyer, 38, execution style, while he had desperately tried to grab one of the guns from the attackers. The widow is now staying with friends in Gravelotte, where her husband's funeral takes place on Tuesday from the Dutch Reformed Church.

He is the 3,035 th white farm dweller to be murdered in South Africa since 1994. A week earlier at Hartbeespoort near the capitol city of Pretoria, the Raath family was also attacked at their homestead by knifemen who kept stabbing and beating them while screaming that they 'all had to die'. Nothing was robbed.

Mrs Corrie Raath and her husband Pieter said after their ordeal that they both believed that they would be killed there because these attackers had been 'very cruel and had clearly arrived just to kill us.' They were saved when flashing blue lights of an arriving private security guard's vehicle shone through their homestead windows and scared off their attackers. The couple's white German shepherd dog Terry was shot dead, and even their two kittens were slaughtered by the attackers.

Mrs Raath said: “they were very cruel, and had clearly arrived just to kill us. We are moving today. We can’t stay here any longer.' Police did trace down one of the attackers at a nearby squatter camp, said police inspector Moses Manaiwa.

Four days before this attack, 65-year-old livestock farmer David Greig was killed on the Hartzenbergfontein farm near Walkerville near Johannesburg - at exactly the same spot in the kitchen where his mother Hannah had also been shot dead by twelve armed attackers in 1996.

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Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 22:34:39 Id: c3d208 [Preview] No.11878 del
>now be a good little puppet and kill go some kikes faggot
Why would he kill his puppet masters?

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Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 00:56:58 Id: e672fd [Preview] No.11938 del
>implying white "nationalists" aren't Zionist puppets

Reader 08/15/2018 (Wed) 00:59:58 Id: c3d208 [Preview] No.11939 del
I implied that when? The Alt Right definitely are.