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believable. those morons full of shit has chosen a guy who want a mass genocide and literally had screamed with joy and happiness when he saw pictures of dead people. called to kill all terminal children and literally came out as an free agent of ukrainian intern secret service after he failed the operation to blame his own fake death on russian government. has declared he is polishing american tanks and is waiting for a day he can roll into Moscow on them.

http://time.com/person-of-the-year-2018-the-guardians/
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>>325742
You've met one russian national and she was brilliant. But have you ever met a single russian government? Yeah, didn't think so.
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>>325949

lol. i got told once that if you fucked the jewish whore then you know all Israel. and whats your point?
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>>325949
What point are you trying to make? You don't have to meet someone to know they're shit. You think someone like Richard Ramirez was a morally upstanding guy just because you never met him personally?
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>>326068
>You don't have to meet someone to know they're shit.

i disagree. i never met you and you behave like a massive piece of shit, but who knows.. maybe you are russian jewfart yourself.
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The court gave six years in prison to the priest of the UOC Maretsky for obstructing the movement of the Ukrainian military protesting the maidaneks occupation of East Ukraine.

https://112.ua/obshchestvo/sud-dal-shest-let-za-reshetkoy-svyashhenniku-ukc-mp-mareckomu-za-prepyatstvovanie-ukrainskim-voennym-473470.html

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The government snared more than 3,000 illegal immigrants in just one day last week, the administration’s top border official told Congress on Tuesday, saying the situation qualifies as a full-blown “crisis.”

Kevin K. McAleenan, commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, said more than 1,100 of those caught either jumping the border or trying to come through a border crossing without permission were children, either traveling alone or with parents, and forced on the treacherous journey.

He said the 3,029 people caught on Dec. 3 was the highest total in years, and said at the rate illegal immigration across the border is running right now, the numbers of families and children could be double the record rate recorded last year.

“It is indeed both a border security and a humanitarian crisis,” he told the Senate Judiciary Committee.

His testimony came as Congress is debating President Trump’s request for billions of dollars in new money for border security — chiefly for a major chunk of his planned border wall.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/dec/11/more-3000-illegals-caught-one-day-dhs/
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>>326126
every thread*
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>>326127
That's fine.
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>>326129
Well, you'd think that, wouldn't you?
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>>325566
Never thought of this. It's quite possible. I don't mind the anime because it's not like it changes the article.
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>>326094
>Technically by letting Mexican citizens and other Illegals across the southern boarder Mexico is also engaging in an act of war.
>[citation needed]

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Get ready for the 41st House seat to flip /news/ because the midterms and Blue Wave don't look to be over just yet.

Washington (CNN) - North Carolina's State Board of Elections on Friday named Leslie McCrae Dowless Jr., a political operative who worked for Republican candidate Mark Harris, as "a person of interest in connection with an alleged absentee ballot operation in the congressional district."
The news comes as the Wake County District Attorney's office and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation investigate criminal allegations that Dowless used absentee ballots to alter the vote in Bladen County in the race for North Carolina's 9th Congressional District. Harris leads Democrat Dan McCready by only 905 votes.
Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman confirmed Friday that the FBI is assisting in the investigation.
"I will confirm we have had the assistance of the FBI," Freeman said. The FBI would not confirm or deny if it was investigating.

Now, investigators are probing whether some absentee ballots were altered by Dowless and a loosely connected group working with him, or if ballots collected from voters were never turned in.
Dowless worked for Red Dome Group, a GOP political consulting firm that Harris paid more than $400,000.
CNN has made multiple daily attempts to reach Dowless for comment. He has not returned CNN's calls. He has denied wrongdoing to The Charlotte Observer.
According to a statement from the board, it has issued subpoenas for documents to Red Dome Group, the Mark Harris for Congress Committee and the James Atlas McVicker Committee.
The statement also said that the board plans to schedule an evidentiary hearing as it weighs whether to certify the election results in the race.
On Friday, Harris tweeted a video statement where he said he would support a new election if there is evidence of election fraud.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/07/politics/north-carolina-election/index.html
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McCready withdrew his concession in the race last week following the board’s decision, which cited absentee ballot irregularities in a key county in the district.

The focus of the board’s investigation is a subcontractor named Leslie McCrae Dowless, a Harris campaign employee contracted out by a firm advising the Harris campaign, who is accused of illegally collecting absentee ballots from voters and altering or potentially destroying those ballots.

Harris and his campaign have maintained that they knew of no illegal activity, though Dowless has reportedly had a reputation for shady absentee ballot work in the district. On Friday, Harris put out a video on social media that said he would “wholeheartedly” welcome a new election in the district if the board’s investigation uncovers proof of fraud.

McCready has ripped into Harris over the past week and implored him to come forward with what his campaign knew about Dowless, referring to reports that Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-N.C.), the incumbent Harris beat in the GOP primary, knew enough about Dowless not to hire him and alleging that "this goes to the top of Mark Harris' campaign."
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but Hillary's emails
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But I thought Democrats were the ones who cheat elections!
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Conservatives claim the North Carolina ballot tampering scandal proves voter fraud is real. Not quite.

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/12/11/18134636/north-carolina-9-election-fraud-voter-fraud
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And in case you don't think Republicans could be scummy enough, they're about to force through a law that will allow them to hold a new primary so they don't have to run their guy who was caught rigging the election.
https://www.politico.com/story/2018/12/13/gop-mark-harris-north-carolina-1063435

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-46519800
>A 14-year-old goalkeeper has died after he was injured in a "freak accident" involving another player at a youth football match.
>Mr Campanaro added: "He was a big lad, a big unit, that's why he was a goalkeeper, with a big heart to match. A gentle giant."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-46553618/
>The mother of a 14-year-old boy who died while playing football has said she is "in awe" of her son.

>big lad
>unit
>in awe

Are the BBC aware that their reporters are using memes to take the piss out of a family's dead son?
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>>326285
You dumb fuck, those aren't memes in Britbong land, but normal terms.

Eat less burgers you egotistical fuck.
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>>326319
Kek what’s got your tea in a crumpet?
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OP being a conceited retard is not news.
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>>326323
That doesn't even make sense.

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Which one of you fucknuts is this?

https://denver.cbslocal.com/2018/12/13/schools-jefferson-county-lockdown-suspicious-person/

December 13, 2018 at 10:46 am

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – School officials in Jefferson County say they have placed 24 schools on lockout status due to an investigation of a suspicious person who police say made threats at Columbine High School. The sheriff’s office sent out a tweet Thursday morning asking that people avoid the around around the high school due to a threat.

columbine police Threat Of Explosives At Columbine High School Prompts 24 School Lockdowns
(credit: CBS)

The schools that are on the lockout status are in the “Columbine, Chatfield, & Dakota Ridge areas” according to a tweet from Jeffco Public Schools, and that includes Columbine High.
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Sheriff's office: No validation to threat of explosive devices, gunman at Columbine High School

https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local-news/sheriffs-office-no-validation-to-threat-of-explosive-devices-gunman-at-columbine-high-school

Mike Taplin, PIO with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, said authorities received a phone call around 9:20 a.m. claiming there were multiple explosive devices inside the school.

“The person claimed to be outside hiding with a gun,” he said. “The perimeter was searched and secured. No one was found.”

So far, authorities have not found anything to validate the threats that were made, Taplin said at a press conference.

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http://time.com/5478320/theresa-may-confidence-vote/

British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a brush with political mortality Wednesday, winning a no-confidence vote by Conservative lawmakers that would have ended her leadership of party and country.

May won the vote of 317 Conservative legislators with a 200-117 tally that reflected the discontent within the party over her handling of Britain’s exit from the European Union.

Despite the victory, Brexit remains her government’s biggest problem. May is heading to Brussels to seek changed to her divorce deal from the European Union in order to make it more palatable to Parliament.

The balloting came after May’s Conservative opponents, who circled the weakened prime minister for weeks hoping to spark a no-confidence vote, finally got the numbers they needed to call one.

The result was announced to loud cheers from lawmakers gathered in the wood-paneled room where they had voted. Under party rules, May cannot be challenged again for a year.
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>>326258
>EU won't offer anything better than what our current membership entails
How can you expect them to give a better deal to a non-member?
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>>326258
Why should the EU lift a finger to give the EU a better deal when they either want the UK to remain, or burn to the ground to serve as a warning to anyone other country thinking of leaving?

As trade deals, they have every incentive to fuck up the UK on that front as well.
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What's Britain's new immigration policy going forward? Are they going hardline against muslims now?
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>>326262
Pretty much this. The UK isn't big enough of an economic powerhouse to be able to strongarm the EU into getting a better deal.

If they were smart they'd call in a favor from the US to get some real meat and potatoes in their negotiating position. We'd be happy to help in exchange for, I dunno, a bit more money towards NATO.

Just get America to slap its king sized economic dick on the table and the talks will get much easier.

Unfortunately it's waaay too late for that to work.
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>>326253
If people took the word of a man who would have zero and nearly zero influence on the government seriously, then that's on them.

And if some people didn't take it seriously that's also them.

>>326262
Because killing the 5th largest economy in the world, the largest EU military spender and NATO's second largest military spender in a time that Europe faces a serious current and future security crisis by burning the UK to the ground would be one of the biggest acts of self-harm in European history.

Thankfully people who aren't ideological retards are doing the legal and detailed negotiations.

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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-religion/time-has-come-chinese-police-detain-prominent-house-church-leaders-idUSKBN1O90M5?il=0
BEIJING (Reuters) - Police have detained dozens of churchgoers and leaders of one of China’s most prominent Protestant “house” churches, congregation members and activists said, in the latest government action against unregistered religious groups.

Teams of police and state security officials in the southwestern city of Chengdu came to the homes of leaders and members of the Early Rain Covenant Church late on Sunday and detained them, according to church announcements sent to members and passed to Reuters by churchgoers and activists.

“The time has come. O, Lord! Did you not establish this church for this very purpose?” the church said in one of its announcements.

“We will wait for Thee, as one keeping vigil waits for daybreak.”

More than 100 people are believed to have been detained, said a church elder, who declined to be identified.

Neither the Chengdu nor national-level Public Security Ministries responded to faxed requests for comment.

China’s constitution guarantees religious freedom, but since President Xi Jinping took office six years ago, the government has tightened restrictions on religions seen as a challenge to the authority of the ruling Communist Party.


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>>324507
It's good to corelate it with the point that china got deal with Fracis [the degenerate] where he basically give up catholic church of china in hands of china gov (not to mention some bishops and priest had to evacuate from country after deal)
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>>324507
>literally waiting for God to save them

I feel bad for the poor saps.
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>>325857
How Uyghur men treat daughters who marry out of their ethnicity and religion.

https://www.ucanews.com/news/bride-and-prejudice-rare-ethnic-marriages-reflect-china-tensions/73689

>It was not until late on her wedding day that Aygul told her parents she was even in a relationship. And they were furious.
>A year later, her Uyghur father was still so angry she had chosen a Han husband he beat her up in a Beijing train station, stamping on her throat as he hurled insults.
>"They hounded me and demanded I choose: my mother and father or my husband," said the 26-year-old website editor. "They told me I had to leave him."


>"Since I was 12, my mother always told me: 'Concentrate on your studies and don't find a Han boyfriend'," said Aygul. "But I was educated in a Chinese-language school and most of my classmates and friends were Han."
>Her husband Xiaohe, a 30-year-old translator, had already given up pork, prohibited by Islam, and tried to make a good impression on her parents with a three-page handwritten letter in Uyghur, without success.
>Ming, a Han married to Ahman, a Uyghur woman from the oil town of Karamay, got a similar reaction the first time he spoke to her parents.
>"Her father told me: 'If you are going to marry my daughter, then I'll disown her'," he said.
>His wife, who was attacked by a group of Uyghur classmates as a teenager for having a previous Han boyfriend, added: "My parents see my marriage to a Han as a loss of face."
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>>325857
Swedish Christian missionary observations on 19th and early 20th century Uyghur Sunni Muslim society including rampant pedophilia, sexually transmitted diseases, religious intolerance of non-Muslims, and child abuse.

http://web.archive.org/web/20100901124909/http://missionskyrkan.se/upload/6510/Book202c_rat_tablfofcont.pdf

>The Chinese women were free and independent in contrast to the Muslim women. They rarely offered their services as maids. They were also few in numbers, which often forced the Chinese men to marry Muslim women. A Muslim woman married to a Chinese man did not however have an easy life. Her own people saw her as a renegade and she was deeply despised by her close relations and family. 46

>Many people saw girls as simple merchandise. They were very often despised because of the very widespread practice of child marriages. The men defended their very young wives by referring to the Prophet himself, who married Aischa when she was only nine years old. 126 When the Mission managed to keep the girls at the Children’s Home some time into their teens, they often saved them from life-long misery. On several occasions the Mission arranged weddings when young people from the Children’s Home had found each other. 127 This was for example the case of Bachta Chan, already mentioned above. Towards the end of her teens she was married, together with some older sisters. And they were all three married to Christian men. Ahlbert says about these girls, “These girls were surely the first girls in Eastern Turkestan who had had a real youth be fore getting married. The Muslim woman has no youth. Directly from childhood’s carefree playing of games she enters life’s bitter everyday toil... She is but a child and a wife.” 128
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>>326474
The Uyghur Sunni Islamist jihadists led by Abdullah Bughra and Isa Yusuf Alptekin who founded the Islamic Republic of East Turkestan in Khotan and Kashgar in 1933 tortured hundreds of Hindus and Uyghur Christian converts to death by eye gouging, burning alive, and beheading. The Uyghur Sufi Islamists also tortured and beat the Swedish Christian missionaries who converted the Uyghur Christians and were about to execute them but British diplomats intervened to save the Swedes and pulled them out safely. The Swedish missionaries said pedophilia, marriage of men to prepubescent girls, venereal disease, and abuse of women was rampant among Uyghur Sunni society. Isa Yusuf Alptekin was given asylum in Turkey where he became friends with Turkish fascist Grey Wolves leader Alparslan Türkeş and Isa Yusuf Alptekin denied the Armenian genocide. Alptekin said it was haram for Sunki women to marry non-Muslim men and that Sunni women who did that should be honour killed. Türkeş was also a friend of Azerbaijan's President Elçibey and Chechen separatist President Dzhokhar Dudayev. Isa Yusuf Alptekin's son Dolkun Isa lives in Germany where he leads a Uyghur separatist organization.

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https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/10/us/politics/white-house-hiring-trump.html

WASHINGTON — President Trump has often bragged about having his pick of only the best people to serve in his administration.

Being publicly rejected by his first choice for chief of staff — and embarking on a very public search for someone else — has made Mr. Trump’s claim harder to back up.

A shortlist of last-ditch possibilities has emerged, including family-vetted officials like Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, and Robert Lighthizer, the United States trade representative, but only one possibility — Representative Mark Meadows, the hard-right Republican congressman from North Carolina who is so far not quite inside the Trump children’s circle of trust — has voiced interest.

After Nick Ayers, the Georgia political operative who was the president’s top pick, declined the job — something of a plot twist in a presidency notorious for its episodic cliffhangers — Mr. Trump is without a Plan B. Several of his aides expressed frustration that months of intense campaigning to replace John F. Kelly — an effort led by Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the president’s elder daughter and son-in-law — resulted in yet another chaotic staffing scramble in a White House splintered by factions and rife with turnover.

“Why would anybody want to be Donald Trump’s chief of staff unless you want to steal the office supplies before they shut the place down?” said Chris Whipple, who wrote a book on White House chiefs of staff called “The Gatekeepers,” expressing the views of many outside the White House about Mr. Kelly’s job. “If you’re coming into that job, you’ve got to lawyer up.”

Mr. Trump faces a week marked by negotiations with Congress over a possible government shutdown and difficult negotiations over the funding for his long-promised border wall.
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After keeping silent much of the day, Mr. Meadows told reporters on Monday evening that he was not “campaigning” for the job but would be “interested” if an offer were made.

Asked by a reporter about the infighting and “constant shivving” among White House staff, Mr. Meadows unexpectedly broke into laughter.

“Sorry about that, you just caught me funny,” he said. “Listen, I don’t worry about palace intrigue as long as I am not part of it.”

Mr. Lighthizer, another replacement option, has a good relationship with Mr. Kushner, West Wing officials said, but he has little experience in the type of administrative duties that the job would require.

Other options range from the possible — including Mick Mulvaney, the director of the Office of Management and Budget — to the unlikely, including Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor and head of the Trump transition team, who angered Mr. Kushner for sending his father to jail while he was a federal prosecutor.

Mr. Trump, who enjoys embarrassing reporters and planting his own information about staff machinations, has mentioned several other names. They included Matthew G. Whitaker, the current acting attorney general who nearly every West Wing staff member has said could not be a realistic option, but who Mr. Trump likes personally.

Some White House aides made the same point about Mr. Ayers, who has never faced extensive scrutiny of his finances or his previous political work. T hey said that those questions were almost certain to come if he ascended to the higher job.

That included not just his personal fortune — worth somewhere from $12.2 million to $54.8 million — but also his tenure as executive director of the Republican Governors Association and working for Eric Greitens, the former governor of Missouri, who resigned in disgrace after a woman accused him of physically abusing her during a nonconsensual relationship.
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Mr. Kushner wants Mr. Ayers to take over running the “super PAC” backing the president, which people close to Mr. Trump believes needs the kinds of fund-raising boost that Mr. Ayers can provide. Such a move would keep him in the Trump orbit, which Mr. Trump’s children in the White House want.

Mr. Kelly, meanwhile, is said to be furious with Ms. Trump and Mr. Kushner. One senior administration official said that Mr. Kelly was known to have kept written notes about Mr. Kushner and Ms. Trump and the things that they had done or requested, which he conspicuously left on his desk in view of his staff.

Mr. Trump, who was said to be distrustful of Mr. Kelly’s personnel judgment, will not be consulting Mr. Kelly on his successor, people close to him said. Still, Mr. Kelly returned to the White House in his role on Monday, and attended a meeting with the president.
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>>324942
Mark Meadows' begging for the job is probably the most pathetic part of this whole debacle.
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>>324952
And the one guy who wanted the job just got the told no.
https://www.politico.com/story/2018/12/12/meadows-out-of-the-running-to-be-trumps-chief-of-staff-1061274
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>>326201
At this point I have a feeling they're just not going to have a chief of staff. It seems stupid enough that Trump would do it.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Bickering in public with Democratic leaders, President Donald Trump threatened repeatedly on Tuesday to shut down the government if Congress doesn’t provide the money he says is needed to build a wall at the Mexican border.

Trump’s comments came as he opened a contentious meeting with Democratic Senate and House leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, with a partial shutdown looming on Dec. 21 when funding for some agencies will expire. The president and Pelosi tangled over whether the House or the Senate was holding up his proposal. Trump and Schumer jabbed at each other over the import of the midterm elections — and who will be blamed if a shutdown occurs.

“If we don’t get what we want, one way or the other, whether it’s through you, through military, through anything you want to call, I will shut down the government,” Trump ultimately declared. “I will take the mantle. I will be the one to shut it down.”

The televised discussion was Trump’s first encounter with the newly empowered Democrats since their midterm victories in the House. It offered a remarkable public preview of how divided government might work — or break down — over the next two years as the 2020 presidential election nears.

Pelosi later called the confrontation with Trump “wild” and boasted that she and Schumer goaded the president to “fully own that the shutdown was his.”

“It’s like a manhood thing for him,” Pelosi told Democratic lawmakers back at the Capitol. “As if manhood could ever be associated with him. This wall thing.”

Pelosi’s comments were described by an aide who was in the room but was not authorized to speak publicly.

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>>325624
Pelosi had nothing to do with Democrats losing state legislative seats, that failure was with the DNC itself and it happened because Democrats abandoned the 50 states strategy that Howard Dean advocated for. After losing the 2016 election the DNC tossed out basically all of their old leadership and brought in new people and if the results from the 2018 election are any indication it seems to be working quite effectively.
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>>325678
>He wants to make the democrats embarrass themselves
Literally every time he puts dems and himself on camera at the same time he makes a fool of himself.

Remember when Pelosi got him to agree to a path to citizenship and then they had to walk that back with press statements later?

He's gotten by on his business negotiations with a combination of bullying and going into the room with a winning hand. But politics is a whole different game. And he's done nothing but flounder since he got into it.
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>>325705
>Remember when Pelosi got him to agree to a path to citizenship and then they had to walk that back with press statements later?
The quintessential moment of Trump being played like a fiddle on camera will always be what Dianne Feinstein did during the gun control round table and how she just had that shit eating grin on her face.
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Oh, the wall is a metaphor for his manhood! No wonder he's having trouble erecting it.
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>>326146
I watched Colbert too, good joke.

https://www.businessinsider.com/starbucks-promises-porn-blocking-tech-2018-11

Kate Taylor
Nov. 28, 2018, 1:41 PM

>After years of pressure, Starbucks says it has found a way to prevent customers from watching porn in its stores.

>Next year, the coffee giant plans to introduce a new tool meant to prevent customers from viewing pornography or other explicit content in stores. While watching pornography is banned at Starbucks locations, the chain does not have content blockers on its Wi-Fi service.

>"To ensure the Third Place remains safe and welcoming to all, we have identified a solution to prevent this content from being viewed within our stores and we will begin introducing it to our US locations in 2019," a Starbucks representative told Business Insider in an email on Wednesday.

>Starbucks declined to give details on the solution but said the company tested multiple tools, hoping to avoid accidentally blocking unoffensive sites.

>The rollout comes after years of pressure from the internet-safety organization Enough Is Enough.


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>>321859
Leftists and soyboys. Starbucks is like their home base. Blacked.com will be the first site to be blocked.
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>>324235
Some people can't go 5 minutes eating or drinking withiout their smartphone. Breaks at my workplace are a very unsocial affair with everyone sitting in the breakroom staring at their phone.
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>>321909
many other places should follow suit.
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I'm actually interested in the technical solution they chose.
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>>322064
He might be a 4chan poster, people like to dump those pictures in threads they dislike.

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>>322532
Lol mad as fuck
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>Fox News
/thread
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>>324037
>Literally bumping a week old thread to feign activity in your dead board
Does it get tiring?
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>>324058
Do you get tired of being mad as fuck?
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Hrm.

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France's President Emmanuel Macron has promised a minimum wage rise and tax concessions in response to weeks of violent protests.

France has seen four weekends of violent protests against fuel tax rises, living costs and other issues.

Speaking in a televised address to the nation, Mr Macron said that the anger of protesters was "deep, and in many ways legitimate".

The minimum wage would increase by 100 euros per month from 2019, he said.

A planned tax increase for low-income pensioners would be cancelled, while employers would be asked to pay a tax-free end of year bonus to employees, he added.

Mr Macron, who has until now kept a low profile during the protests, acknowledged that many people were unhappy with living conditions and felt they "had not been listened to".

He said that over the last 40 years there had been "a malaise" of "villages and neighbourhoods where public services have been diminishing, where living conditions had deteriorated".

There were many "people whose status in society had not been sufficiently well recognised. In a cowardly way, we had got used to it and everything seemed to suggest that we had forgotten them.

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>>325858
France has been mixed for decades you inbred faguette.
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france is pretty much the definition of a non-existent nationality
we got conquered and bred by every kind of germanic and celtic tribe, the romans, the fucking huns came to say hello, and so did the arabs
trying to set a specific identity as 'french' is retarded beyond words
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>>325863
You know multiculturalism leads to instabilities and creates segregation as people only move to areas where their own kind are? This is why you have China town's and "little italy's" is because these people don't assimilate.

>>326016
Not at the rate that its going at now. Thats like saying we should have just let the Moors into Tours and welcomed them with open arms.

Name something immigrant people have done for France other than be a nuisance.
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>>326105
>little italy and china
Nah, you're mixing things up. Neither the wops, nor the chinks are raping and murdering and assaulting at the rate middle easterners do.
Besides, the rate of immigration got faster because of global factors and mama Merkel being retarded, Macron had precious little, if anything to do with it.

My original question was what rights Macron had taken away, and based on your responses, the answer is a mix of none and REEE.
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>>325776
>unless you have good laws that deport “unfit” asylum seekers.
Except it doesn't work. We have plenty of "deported" immigrants who are still here, because we can't deport them, either due to leftist fucks who, or themselves causing a ruckus in the planes taking them home.
As for rejected asylum seekers: Germany won't take them back even though the Schengen agreement states that they have to.
And with the Marrakesh deal we are now forced to provide social security for EVERYBODY who enters our country.
Our welfare system is going to crash and burn hard within the next 5 years.

https://www.businessinsider.com/putin-daughter-katerina-tikhonova-makes-russian-tv-debut-2018-12

> A woman thought to be one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's mysterious daughters — whom he has never publicly acknowledged by name — made her debut on Russian state TV on Thursday.

>Katerina Tikhonova, commonly believed to be the younger of Putin's two daughters from his first marriage, was seen on the state TV channel Rossiya 1 on Thursday talking about advancements in technology aimed at controlling electrical impulses in the brain, BBC Monitoring reported.

> On the evening news show, the 33-year-old was introduced with the title "deputy director of the institute for mathematical research of complex systems at Moscow's State University," the report said.

>It seems to be her first time appearing on state television, according to the BBC.

>In addition to holding a position at Moscow University, Tikhonova was previously reported to have been an acrobat at the World Rock'n'Roll Federation, a dance competition.

>Her identity has been a mystery for some time. The federation's vice president for legal affairs, Manfred Mohab, appeared to confirm she was Putin's daughter to Reuters.

>Reports of Putin's daughters don't crop up very regularly. Most recently, there were rumors Tikhonova had gotten a divorce and speculation that the elder daughter, Maria Putin, lived on a suburban golf course in Surrey, UK.

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>>323659
Oh my God she does.
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>>323659
she looks like putin in drag. why wouldn't you fuck that

>ftfy
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>>323440
What's with the consciousness meme image in the backgrouns
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>>323999
I would threesome the fuck out of Putin and his daughter... Yessir.
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>>324016
Its a really popular image because news reporters are vapid.

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France protests: Government fears 'major violence' in coming days

The French government says it fears "major violence" in Paris on Saturday as the national "yellow vests" protest movement shows little sign of easing.

The government said it was scrapping the fuel tax increases in the budget - the original spark for the protests.

But broader discontent with the government has spread, and protests have erupted over several other issues.

On Thursday, more than 140 people were arrested at a single protest about proposed reforms to the school system.

The rally, in Mantes-la-Jolie in Yvelines, ended in clashes with police in front of a school, reports said. Dozens of other schools were blockaded in cities like Marseille and Paris.

Meanwhile, Saturday's planned rally of the yellow vests looks set to go ahead. Recent protests have turned violent, causing millions of euros in damage.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-46466268

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>>324245
If it keeps being co-opted with violence it'll probably dissipate and nothing will be solved. The only way it'll work is if it becomes much larger and commits (mainly) to non-violence. Otherwise the normals will stay away, because they want nothing to do with this puerile insurrection shit that Anarchists want.
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>>323242
>Gas prices are too high so I'll buy gas and use it to set stuff on fire
They are going to get higher with the new tax.
>This also how i show I care about stopping global warming.
How the fuck did you deduct that these protests are about global warning?
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well with the measures coming there's a several-billions-large fucking hole in the budget
wait until these yellow faggots get pissed off about where they grab the money they need to pay for this shit
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>>323252
Chopin was polish, Bonaparte had italian genes, monsieur.
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>>326008
>implying corsicans and italians are related in any way
someone wants to die young

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>For Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, being the youngest woman ever elected to Congress and a Latina who happens to have the word “socialist” in her party identification means enduring a ceaseless spotlight and a constant stream of criticism from conservatives who tell the world to dismiss her views and opinions.

>A consistent line of attack has been that Ocasio-Cortez, 29, is young and inexperienced. There have also been suggestions that her humble upbringing is a carefully crafted narrative meant to endear her to naive members of the electorate.

>Some of the congresswoman-elect’s responses to the vitriol have been forceful — as when John Cardillo, a host of Newsmax’s “America Talks Live,” told his followers that Ocasio-Cortez lived in a too-nice house in a “very nice area” before going to Brown University.

>“A far cry from the Bronx hood upbringing she’s selling,” he said.

>“Your attempt to strip me of my family, my story, my home, and my identity is exemplary of how scared you are of the power of all four of those things,” Ocasio-Cortez shot back on Twitter.

>He was not the last conservative to receive a social media gut punch from Ocasio-Cortez, as she has shown herself to be particularly deft at weaponizing Twitter.

>Exhibit A is a tweet that served as her response to a series of recent attacks by critics. Eric Trump shared a meme on Instagram suggesting that if Ocasio-Cortez’s policies came to fruition, Americans would be forced to eat dogs. Mike Huckabee called her “looney.” Kellyanne Conway said that Ocasio-Cortez “doesn’t seem to know much about anything.”

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>>326021
Inconsequential is subjective.

There was an article on here about peanut butter the other day. Didn't care. Didn't reply.
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>>325925
>Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
>trolling critics
Remember when she violated 42 U.S. Code § 1983 by threatening Trump Jr with the House's subpoena power because he posted a meme about her on Twitter?

>>325943
>everyone who disagrees with me is /pol/
90% of the issues with board would be solved if we just started banning people who type this shit without evidence

>>325977
>She needs a backbone
And a functioning brain attached to it. You think she was a barista for years despite having an ivy league economics degree due to an accident or just plain bad luck with the job market?
Her political career will be entirely inversely dependent on how much she'll actually have to sit down and discuss her economic ideals and plans with the public. The more she acts like a living meme and plays identity politics, the better she'll do.
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>>326031
>Civil action for deprivation of rights
>Because she mentioned Jr. could be subpoena'd by Congress over the matter he lied under oath.
>Also pointed out that she doesn't have the power to do it unilaterally and it would have to come from a committee
Nice grasping at straws.

>Everyone who rightfully calls me out for being from /pol/ should be banned!
So much for the tolerant right wing.
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>>326034
>>Because she mentioned Jr. could be subpoena'd by Congress over the matter he lied under oath.
No, see
>threatened Trump Jr with Congress' subpoena power because he posted a meme about her on Twitter

>>326034
>everyone disagrees who with me is either /pol/ or right wing
Have you ever stopped to think it may just be because you're just generally insufferable?
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>>326036
>Implying it was a threat or could be carried out. Which anyone who has even a basic grasp of governance, aka not Republicans, would tell you.
Grasping at straws, the right winger specialty.


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