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have at it t.rumpster babies and shillary fags.
>have at it t.rumpster babies and shillary fags.
bump for political LARPers.
Hello, I'm former Vice President Dick Cheney. AMA
When you orchestrated 9/11 did you cum as the towers fell?
Damn. :D


135 miles = 217.2 kilometers

Workers on an oil rig about 135 miles offshore from southern Thailand noticed something stunning in the water: a dog.

The animal swam toward the rig's platform on Friday and clung to it as team members tried to figure out how to save him, Vitisak Payalaw, an offshore planner for Chevron Thailand Exploration & Production, told NPR.

Video that Payalaw posted on Facebook shows the shivering animal partially submerged in water, staring up at the workers.

Payalaw said he and three members of his team spent 15 minutes working to secure the dog with a rope and pull him up to safety. They were racing against time, he said, because the seas were becoming rougher.
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How? Did he leap out of some quasi nearby boat? Good luck Boonrod!
It is a mystery! The newspaper in Bangkok has put out a call for any fishermen to claim the dog.
>when he gets back to shore, he plans to adopt the dog.
My heart
Good boy.

The look on that dog's face....

>Doggo who lost all hope can't believe his eyes.

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A small-town Pennsylvania police officer will not face charges after shooting an unarmed man during a struggle because the officer honestly believed at the time he was using his Taser, not his service weapon, the Bucks County district attorney's office says in a statement.
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>during a struggle

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
Stupid games like "Go into a cell with an inmate so you can wrassle"?
And this is why people hate the police
Bootlickers think they're so clever with this one phrase that they throw at literally everything.
"You suck McBane!"

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President Trump appeared to admit on Saturday that his controversial decision to recognize Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights was a spur-of-the-moment move. Trump told the audience at the Republican Jewish Coalition gathering in Las Vegas that he made the decision during a discussion with his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and the U.S. ambassador to Israel, David Friedman. “I said, 'Fellows, do me a favor. Give me a little history, quick. Want to go fast. I got a lot of things I'm working on: China, North Korea. Give me a quickie,” Trump said. “How do you like the idea of me recognizing exactly what we're discussing?” he said, recounting the conversation. He went on to say Friedman expressed shock at the move, saying the ambassador looked “like a wonderful, beautiful baby.”

Trump granted U.S. recognition of the Golan Heights as Israeli territory when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited last month. The proclamation is a dramatic departure from decades of U.S. policy. The move was widely seen as an attempt to boost Netanyahu who is up for re-election on April 9.
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Duh, Israel is the very last place you'd expect that to happen. What's there to protest?

Your post is kinda hard to read because of your atrocious punctuation and lack of capitalization, but if I'm getting the gist of it, you seem to think the UN is a big niceness contest and whoever's actions are most justified gets all the support. That's very much not the way it works.
That's a very simple and incorrect view of what I said.
Uh OK, can you elaborate?
>Genie Energy Ltd. is an American energy company headquartered in Newark, New Jersey. It is a holding company comprising Genie Retail Energy, a retail energy provider in the United States, and Genie Oil and Gas, which pursued a conventional oil exploration project in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

>Genie's founder, chairman, controlling shareholder and CEO is Howard Jonas. Avi Goldin serves as the company's CFO, Michael Stein is the company's COO and Geoffrey Rochwarger serves as Vice Chairman. The president of its Israeli subsidiary is Effie Eitam. Genie Energy's Strategic advisory board is composed of: Dick Cheney (former vice president of the United States), Rupert Murdoch (media mogul and chairman of News Corp), James Woolsey (former CIA director), Larry Summers (former head of the US Treasury), Bill Richardson (former Governor of New Mexico, ex-ambassador to the United Nations and United States Energy Secretary)[2], Michael Steinhardt, Jacob Rothschild,[3][2], and Mary Landrieu, former United States Senator from Louisiana.

>In February 2013, Israeli authorities awarded Afek Oil and Gas an exclusive 36-month petroleum exploration license to a 153-square-mile (400 km2) plot in the Golan Heights, which the UN recognizes to be Syrian territory.[15][16][17][18] Afek subsequently conducted above-ground geophysical tests and based on its preliminary analysis, has applied for a ten well exploratory drilling program.[19] South of Katzrin in the southern Golan Heights in 2015, Afek discovered a substantial amount of oil and natural gas reserves.[20][21][22]

And for good measure to remind you who controls whom and to explain the why of everything.

>The imprint of the 84-year-old’s political passions is seen in an array of Donald Trump’s more controversial decisions, including violating the Iran nuclear deal, moving the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, and appointing the ultra-hawkish John Bolton as national security adviser.

>“Adelson’s established himself as an influential figure in American politics with the amount of money that he has contributed,” said Logan Bayroff of the liberal pro-Israel group, J Street. “There’s no doubt that he has very strong, very far-right dangerous positions and that – at very least – those positions are really being heard and thought about at the highest levels of government.”

>Adelson gave $82m toward Trump’s and other Republican campaigns during the 2016 election cycle – more than three times the next largest individual donor, according to Open Secrets.

>The day after Trump announced that the US was pulling out of the Iran agreement, Adelson was reported to have held a private meeting at the White House with the president, Bolton and Vice-President Mike Pence.

>In 2015 he secretly bought the Las Vegas newspaper, the Review-Journal, which had led the way in critical coverage of the billionaire’s business dealings. Several reporters subsequently left the paper complaining of editorial interference and curbs on reporting of the gambling industry.


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>Reminded by the Times reporter that he is now someone of considerable means, Sanders retorted: "I wrote a best-selling book. If you write a best-selling book, you can be a millionaire, too."
>Uh, what?
>Sanders got a pass on some of his acerbic-ness during the 2016 presidential campaign because a) most people didn't think he could win and b) others found it part of his cantankerous but righteous personality. But let's think about that campaign for another minute. Close your eyes and imagine if Hillary Clinton, who beat Sanders for the Democratic nomination, when asked about the extent of her wealth, said "I wrote a best-selling book. If you write a best-selling book, you can be a millionaire, too."
>She would have been pilloried! >People would have blasted Clinton for being out of touch with the average person who, obvi, doesn't have the opportunity to write a book -- best-selling or not. Telling the average middle-class American that they too can be rich if they only write a best-selling book is like telling them that if they would just star in a movie then they could be a big star, too. Yes, it's true. No, for almost everyone, it's not realistic.

TLDR Bernie makes perfectly reasonable statement about his wealth and pro Hillary CNN eviscerates him.

No wonder the right thinks we are a joke. Trump talks about grabbing pussies and no one cares. Bernie hits a reporter with the bantz and it’s a CNN EDITORIAL.


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> again, not necessarily. the president signature is only relevant when and if that legislation gets to his desk.
Do you honestly think that no one is considering what the President will do when the legislation is being proposed? The question of "will the President sign this?" is one of the critical parts of determining whether Congressmen will even consider sticking their necks out and voting on something. That's not something that only kicks in later, it's a political reality that must be considered at all times.

> instead of 1 congressperson vs hundreds congresspeople, it becomes 1 president vs hundreds congresspeople
And in that case, the President has a lot more power with which to get what he wants than a single Senator or Representative. He can hold his approval or disapproval over Congress on any number of bills that the Congress might want to pass, giving him leverage with which to make deals on things that the President wants to see become law. That is a level of power that individual Senators and Representatives simply do not have.
> It's just there's not clear evidence that it was coordinated with Trump himself.
wrong. there is no evidence it was coordinated with trump himself
>who said the election should be null and void?
various change.org petitions, a few articles here and there, celebrities demanding the electoral college step in, recounts, etc
>Where in your link does it give the question that was asked saying that they want to cancel the election?
they asked about obamas 3rd term. by definition the election would have to be cancelled
>Do you honestly think that no one is considering what the President will do when the legislation is being proposed?
so bernie really wanted to propose a tax bill but he knew that nefarious obama wouldnt sign it! i understand. so now to be consistent in your logic, you have to explain why bernie has submitted a bill for medicare for all under trump knowing it wont be signed. good luck!
>He can hold his approval or disapproval over Congress on any number of bills that the Congress might want to pass
and congress can do the same, because thats how checks and balances work

look, heres the truth. you started this debate saying it wasnt bernies job to deal in tax law. this was (of course) nonsense, so you had to abandon that argument. next you said he wanted to but couldnt because hes only in congress? this was also ridiculous so you had to abandon that argument. now youre aguing that hed have a better chance of making this law as president although it conflicts with your earlier argument that its not his job. meanwhile my argument is unchanged: there is no evidence that you or anyone else has provided that bernie sanders has done anything of note on the major issues YOU said he was running on. now you have no choice to argue about the state of mind of bernie (which you wont bother providing sauce for because we both know you dont have it) and quibbling over checks and balances which was debated a long time ago by men smarter than both of us
>trusting a jew

Gee, I wonder why whites won't votefor someone that thinks they're stupid and vomits constant anti white rhetoric
>The Russian interference wasn't fictional.

stopped to read right here.. americunts are literally financing the russian oposition down to the level of mayor votes. americunts have by all means no fucking right to piss against russians.

April 18, 2019

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Fiona Hill, an adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, visited Moscow this week and discussed bilateral relations with Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday.

Ties between Washington and Moscow are at post-Cold War lows and later on Thursday a long-awaited report on Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. election is set to be released. Moscow denies any role.

Hill is senior director for European and Russian affairs at the U.S. National Security Council.

His 2018 return reveals that he and his wife, Jane, earned more than $550,000, including $133,000 in income from his Senate salary and $391,000 in sales of his book, "Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In."

The filings show that Sanders, who throughout his career has called for an economy and government that works for everyone and not just the 1%, is among the top 1% of earners in the U.S. According to the liberal-leaning Economic Policy Institute, families in the U.S. earning $421,926 or more a year are part of this group.

Sanders' status as a millionaire, which he acknowledged last week, was cemented in his 2017 statement. That year, Sanders disclosed $1.31 million income, combined from his Senate salary and $961,000 in book royalties and sales.

Sanders, 77, has also listed Social Security payments for each year of the decade of tax returns he made available on Monday. By 2018, his wife, 69, was also taking Social Security, providing the couple with nearly $52,000 for the year.

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If he was thief turned into a security expert then maybe. Bernie isn't that person though. The fucking maniac failed at living in a commune.
see >>382704

i didnt say anything about democrats, im talking specifically about bernie sanders, and the people opposing him ITT
Shut the fuck up, liberal.
>I know Bernie Sanders though

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>The man accused of burning down three churches in Louisiana has been charged with hate crimes

When three predominantly black churches burned in a single Louisiana parish in the span of just 10 days, the news sent a shiver through the community that rippled across the country. Though the cause of the fires was not immediately known, the destruction of three pillars of the area’s black community recalled dark memories of a not-that-distant past.

Now, the man who stands accused of setting the fires has not only been charged with arson, he is facing three hate-crime charges, too.

The St. Landry Parish district attorney, Earl Taylor, filed the charges against Holden Matthews on Monday. In Louisiana, hate crimes include offenses perpetrated against an individual because of their race, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or other protected status. Taylor declined to comment on the charges.

Last week, Matthews, the 21-year-old son of a local sheriff’s deputy, was arrested and charged with three counts of arson for setting fires at St. Mary Baptist Church on March 26, Greater Union Baptist Church on April 2 and Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on April 4.

Matthews pleaded not guilty to all charges Monday during an appearance in court conducted by video conference, according to the Advocate. Prosecutors have charged him with three counts of hate crimes, two counts of simple arson and one count of aggravated arson. He was denied bond.

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They would if it was the right sort of church. They didn't raise a word about that mosque that burned down the same day, and of course these were all predominantly black churches.
This is bait. No one is this stupid.
You could say the same thing about your post, but there it is.
Can you believe that someone who believes that everyone in a class of people is all exactly the same is offended because he assumes that everyone in the class of people which he imagines to be exactly the same are racists.
Its like declaring that you hate whites because they're all racists, its amazing the lack of self awareness on all these retarded newfags, they should fuck off back to faceberg where people only exchange pleasant lies instead of speaking their minds for real.
>He sounds like a /pol/ppet
No he burned down three pulpits, maybe more if they had replacements in storage.

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They fell for it comrades! We black people that look white will finally get the reparations. All we need do is check the box to identify as black & poor.

> Former Colorado Gov. and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate John Hickenlooper said Friday that he will support legislation to establish a commission to study reparations for black Americans if elected president.

> Clyburn said he fears reparations would lead to contested debates about who would be eligible due to the sprawling family trees that have evolved in the generations since slavery was abolished. Even some white people who have never personally felt the effects of racial discrimination could end up making claims that they have family connections to former slaves, Clyburn said, pointing to some of his own acquaintances in Charleston who he said would fall under that category. “Is that a fair way to do it?” Clyburn asked. “I say not.”

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they were given the chance to go back to africa, vast majority said "no". they aren't owed anything
We will go back to Africa when you go back to bumfuck Poland or wherever you came from.
>If you fuck somebody over you owe them compensation.
So Hitler was correct the liberate the middle east & Africa from the colonist; however, what reparations should be paid to Nation Socialist living in South America?

You act like everybody has not been fucked over by somebody. Why not just admit you need blacks to be inferior so you can justify taking care of them in safe space where they can concentrate on picking cotton?
>You act like everybody has not been fucked over by somebody
Anybody who has ever been fucked over by someone else has to establish their own claim and their own case for compensation in each individual case. In this thread we're talking about one specific context in one specific country for one specific population of people.

>Why not just admit you need blacks to be inferior so you can justify taking care of them in safe space where they can concentrate on picking cotton?
Why not just admit that you don't really care about the logistics of this topic and just came here to drop your edgy negro jokes and shitpost?
hey limousine liberal, how much did it cost your daddy to get you into that ivy league school?

Screengrabs taken before her page gets taken down.

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Do we celebrate the germ we develop soap for?
Smashing pumpkins and nin this bitch really was stuck in the nineties
I wanted to have sex with her
Is this an argument for theocracy? wtf secular societies? Do you think the dogma, oppression and warring nature of religious societies better?
was she crazy hot, or crazy crazy
you decide

>The stakes are high: The U.S. is experiencing its worst measles outbreak in decades.

Most Republicans are rejecting Democrat-led state bills to tighten childhood immunization laws in the midst of the worst measles outbreak in two decades, alarming public health experts who fear the nation could become as divided over vaccines as it is over global warming.

Democrats in six states — Colorado, Arizona, New Jersey, Washington, New York and Maine — have authored or co-sponsored bills to make it harder for parents to avoid vaccinating their school-age children, and mostly faced GOP opposition. Meanwhile in West Virginia and Mississippi, states with some of the nation’s strictest vaccination laws, Republican lawmakers have introduced measures to expand vaccine exemptions, although it’s not yet clear how much traction they have.

In Washington state, which has one of the biggest measles outbreaks, a bill in the state Senate to narrow vaccine exemptions passed through the health committee without the support of a single Republican. The same thing happened in legislative committees in Colorado and Maine over the past week.

All states have mandatory vaccination laws, but they vary in how liberally they dispense exemptions on religious or philosophical grounds. That’s getting scrutiny as measles spreads.

Democrats present bills tightening the loopholes as science-based and necessary to fight disease, while sometimes demeaning their foes as misguided or selfish “anti-vaxxers.“ Republicans portray themselves as equally enthusiastic about the life-saving virtues of vaccines, but many are loath to diminish the right of parental control over their children’s bodies, and yield that power to the government.

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If sterilization didn't win despite public will, then it sounds like government worked as I described. A balancing act of popular opinion and the greater good society.

The whole reason we choose elected officials is to represent us.
The reason the electoral college exist is because it was thought society as a whole couldn't be trusted to make educated choices.
The senate started out as non elected individuals who were politically insulated.
Supreme court the same.
The president is the ultimate decider in chief who ideally, makes the hard choices even when the public bawks.

My point in that rant is again, gov from day one was designed to be a balancing act of the will of the people and greater good using meeting checkpoints. The government has its missteps and is definitely corrupt in places. But it can see the greater good of society, has hawks keeping it in line, and is forced to cater to the people no matter how badly it wants to bring away from that duty at times.

I'm sorry if I don't trust random Somali community not to understand that because their voodoo religion says vax bad.
you are sub 6 feet, skinny fat, balding curly hair and wear glasses
> couldn't get vaccinated due to some preexisting issues
So the whole world has to bend over and kiss your ass because you have issues? And what might these issues be? Terminal laziness?
Some people don't want to give power to a "usually."
Besides that did you forget about Snowden? Or the US citizens targeted by drone strikes without trial? Or even all of the bad decisions from pure inpeptitude that could now include deciding to inject shit straight into your body without your consent.
>If sterilization didn't win despite public will
Sterilization DID win. It won for decades, before the tides of opinion turned against it.


2020 presidential candidate Bill Weld laid out his strategy Wednesday to challenge Donald Trump for the Republican nomination, asserting that he's running to "win" and not to "weaken" the President.

"I'm not sure how serious Mr. Trump is about governing, honestly. He has a one-word environmental policy: 'hoax.' A one-word immigration policy: 'wall.' I think sometimes his lack of experience in preparation for the office shows," Weld told CNN's Alisyn Camerota on "New Day."

The former Republican governor of Massachusetts said he'll be focused initially on the New England region, "with particular emphasis on New Hampshire."

"If I can show well in New Hampshire, even win the New Hampshire primary, that has kind of a domino effect on other primaries around the country -- almost an electrical effect," Weld said.
From there, Weld said he will focus on the mid-Atlantic states and plans "early on" to do a sweep through the West Coast "partly for fundraising and partly for political reasons."
"Mr. Trump and California don't seem to get along well. I think there's some real promise there," Weld said of the blue state, pointing to its new early primary date.

He argued that he "could do well" in Wisconsin, a state Trump won in the general election in 2016 but where Republicans lost the governor's seat last year.

Weld acknowledged that he would have a "tough" time garnering support in the Deep South, but "the rest of the country" he said is "fair game."

"My strategy that I just laid out for you, that's a strategy to win, that's not a strategy to weaken anybody. I'm in this, I think, for the best reasons," Weld told CNN.

Weld's challenge to bump Trump from the GOP nomination is a long shot and primary challenges to a sitting president have largely been unsuccessful. His polling numbers point to a tough uphill battle. Only 8% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents said they would definitely support Weld in a matchup against Trump and 10% said they weren't sure but could support him, according to a March poll conducted by Monmouth University.

Weld ran in the 2016 presidential election as the vice presidential candidate on the Libertarian Party's ticket with Gary Johnson.
Everyone knew it was over for George Bush Sr in 1992 when he consistently had somewhat close races in his own party's early primary elections. Have a look at the Republican primaries in 2004 as opposed to 1992 or the Democratic primaries in 2012 or 1996 compared to 1980 and you'll start to be able to see the difference in advance between a president on his way to reelection and one thats looking at serious trouble in the general election.
>Republican primaries in 2004
I thought dubya ran unopposed?
Exactly, the whole party was in lock-step behind him and he was easily reelected to a second term.

One of the world's leading voices on the economy has poured cold water on the viability of an esoteric economic theory popularized by Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Christine Lagarde, the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) managing director, suggested that Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) — which promotes governments creating more and more money to spend freely— is not a solution to the world's economic problems.

"We do not think that the modern monetary theory is actually the panacea," Lagarde said Thursday at the International Monetary Fund's spring meeting in Washington, as reported by Bloomberg.

"We do not think that any country is currently in a position where that theory could actually deliver good value in a sustainable way."

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>What she say is that deficit spending has been done in the past to answer to crisis and that climate warning could be considered such a crisis.
Well maybe she has but I was talking specifically about an interview she did about her Medicare for all policy.
she said that the 40 trillion dollars it would cost over however many years could be done with deficit spending
And like I said I respect her for at least saying she's going to pay for it with money we don't have rather than trying to act like taxes or something would cover that amount
Interesting most of political problems in US started with the healthcare. Since GW Bush and even before that has been cost issue, but since solutions don't work unless cost comes down almost no solution is out there now. ACA solved some but not all. I can see American politics will be even more about it next 10 years. Cuz it is eating everyone's money so fast. Healthcare is a joke here.
>Christine Lagarde
>Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) — which promotes governments creating more and more money to spend freely— is not a solution to the world's economic problems
They never heard of inflation?
Don't worry. MMT stops inflation
... somehow


Depending on whom you ask, the upcoming Florida Panthers season is about to be exciting for two wildly different reasons. If you have a normal brain and enjoy hockey, great — the Panthers just hired a new coach, Joel Quenneville, who has a long track record of success and piloted the Chicago Blackhawks to three Stanley Cup wins.

If you're a paranoid shut-in who follows the absolutely nuts QAnon conspiracy theory, then you're also in luck. Earlier this month, the Panthers made a bunch of posters and a literal billboard emblazoned with the sentence "Q IS HERE" — a reference to Quenneville — and some of the absolutely stupidest people on Earth now believe it's a reference to QAnon.

Because everything on the internet in 2019 is broken and depraved, a few prominent QAnon-following Twitter accounts posted photos of the billboard. The images are now cycling through the websites chan and Voat, two online cesspools of hate and racism:

For the uninitiated, QAnon is a batshit-crazy, pro-Trump conspiracy theorizing that prominent Democratic politicians, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, run an international child-rape coven, and that (accused sex predator) Donald Trump is working behind the scenes to arrest every member of the child-molesting Deep State. Like most bad things on the internet, the theory began on the website chan. A user named "Q Clearance Patriot" started claiming in 2017 he or she had inside access to the president, and people quickly began to believe Q was posting insider intelligence about President Trump.
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Why do people still believe in Qanon after the midterms exposed it to all be lies?

Complete with people scribbling dicks in the margins.
Every single person alive is dependent on Qanon all around the world. Regardless of one's personal belief if it's a LARP or not. It's a catch -22 using MSM as a source to disprove Q when they won't even ask President Trump about Q when Trump is the center/focal point of the conspiracy...
What is "Snowden's secret?"
Joseph Heller's novel Catch-22, first published in 1961.

It's almost as if the deep background to "Snowden's secret" is being kept secret...

Jimmy Walter, the visionary philanthropist who was driven out of the United States for supporting the 9/11 truth movement, doesn't believe in coincidences. Like Naomi Wolf, Kevin Ryan, and Webster Tarpley, Walter suspects that "Operation Snowden" may be some sort of inside job.


>we can get into how assange/BRADLEY/snowden are deep state puppets
this right here says all you need to know about the agenda/sympathy and the targeted audience:
WikiLeaks source Chelsea Manning sues U.S. military for gender treatment

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>because based black man can't rape boys, the bbc is too hetero

ROME — Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta has accepted Pope Francis’s offer to become the new archbishop of Washington, according to two sources familiar with the process, finalizing a months-long effort to find a leader for an archdiocese that has been upended by accusations that its last leader mishandled cases of sexual abuse by clergy and his predecessor carried out abuse.

A formal Holy See announcement will come Thursday, one of those sources said.

With the new position, Gregory, 71, the only living Nigger US archbishop, will become one of the most visible Catholic leaders in the country. The leader of the high-profile D.C. seat traditionally is made a cardinal, and Gregory would be the first black American to hold that position, and to thus be eligible to vote for the next pope.

He replaces Cardinal Donald Wuerl, 78, who resigned in October but stayed on in a temporary caretaker position.

In Gregory, Pope Francis has tapped one of the American church’s most visible Catholic leaders on the problem of sexual abuse, a man who helped write the U.S. church’s first guidelines on ending the abuse scandal, to helm an archdiocese tarnished by the crisis. However, advocates are more pleased than inspired by his record; he is seen as having done far more than his peers at the time, but he has not escaped some criticism.

Neither Gregory nor a Vatican spokesman responded to requests for comments. An Archdiocese of Atlanta spokeswoman did not respond to numerous messages, nor did the Washington archdiocese. The offer to Gregory was first reported by the Catholic News Agency.
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>because based black man can't rape boys, the bbc is too hetero
Sounds reasonable to me.
Your hate makes you weak.
i dont care about this thread or its contents, but i get a laugh every time i see it in the catalog. thanks, OP
OP here, i dont care about this thread or its contents either, other than the story's relation to the picture, because thats what jumped to mind when I read the headline.
>the jews were persecuted for no reason but their wealth
imagine believing this and not knowing the role the jews played during the moorish invasion



The tweets, still online as of April 14, 2019 show a pattern of anti-Jewish views that even hinted at references to the antisemitic Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

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Jamal Khashoggi
Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi speaks at an event hosted by Middle East Monitor in London Britain, September 29, 2018. Picture taken September 29, 2018. (photo credit: MIDDLE EAST MONITOR)
The late Saudi Arabian journalist, editor and kingdom-insider Jamal Khashoggi, writing on Twitter from 2011 until 2018, said Jews had no roots in historic Palestine, that one must be know how to speak to Jews when meeting them, and that Jews were conspiring to divide al-Aqsa Mosque. The tweets, still online as of April 14, 2019, show a pattern of anti-Jewish views that even hinted at references to the antisemitic Protocols of the Elders of Zion, and complained that the West had laws preventing Holocaust denial.

Khashoggi was a well-known Saudi Arabian media titan who had close relationships to the kingdom’s diplomats and public-relations apparatus, until he fell out with the leadership, left the country and began writing abroad in 2017. A columnist for The Washington Post with close links to Qatar and Turkey, he was murdered in October 2018 in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, allegedly at the direction of the highest levels of the Saudi government.
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>Man gets murdered
>Ties it back to oppression of Jews
Fucking jews.
Every goddam time
> There is no land that God has made for a people
What ??? Someone arguing that an imaginary Sky Father hasn't dictated an inalienable right of one people to oppress the other peoples living in the same place?

How bigoted!
Most western neocon Zionists support Khashoggi. He was hired by a neocon Zionist newspaper, The Washington Post. This thread was made by an anti-Zionist but directed at Zionists telling them they are stupid for defending him.
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so jews did khashoggi
never woulda thunk

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