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Chechen men are considered some of the most masculine in the world, and this is an image that authorities are keen to maintain, so anything that threatens to damage that hard-earned image of fearlessness is frowned upon. A young man recently learned that first-hand, after crying at his sister’s wedding.

According to historian Zelimkhan Musaev the public display of emotions at Chechen wedding parties is unbecoming, even among women, so when a video of a young man shedding tears at his sister’s wedding went viral on social media, it angered a lot of people. And seeing as the nation’s leader, Ramzan Kadyrov – who boasts a very manly public image himself – had also criticized the violation of Chechen customs and traditions, the offender was identified and forced to apologize for showing excessive emotion.

The young man who, according to Chechen tradition, should not have even been present at his sister’s wedding, was reportedly forced to record a video apology to Ramzan Kadyrov, which was later shared on Instagram and other social networks. In the video, the “offender” apologizes for “violating Chechen etiquette at public events,” by attending the wedding and putting his emotions on display.

“Clips of men crying at weddings and giving their sisters away on their marriage day are absolutely unacceptable for the Chechen community. There is a set of unwritten rules of conduct at a wedding, the observance of which allows us to maintain our mentality and special culture,” the original video caption read.

In the video, the young Chechen explains that he couldn’t control his tears at his sister’s wedding, because he “didn’t want to let her go”.

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Yes, those types of shootings certainly are caused by traditional American masculinity. Nothing else has changed in the past 20 years that could possibly explain such phenomena.
Go tell Chechens about their toxic culture and how they are humans, not machines. They'll help you count your teeth.
The Chechen leader sounds like an unmasculine pussy for being offended by such petty shit
why on Earth would anyone want to talk to a Chechen?
>Yes, those types of shootings certainly are caused by traditional American masculinity
That wasn't the assertion. Traditional American masculinity in and of itself doesn't cause this type of mental illness fueled hatred, an inability to adhere to traditional American masculinity is. Not being emotionally or psychologically capable of meeting this minimum standard of masculinity that society impresses upon young men drives them to the outskirts of society. They flock to internet hugboxes to form communities apart from the society they were rejected from. It really isn't a surprise when you consider the fact that a large subsection of our society still views depression and anxiety as weaknesses.


A photograph of President Donald Trump posing with a recently indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani was posted online in April 2014, two years prior to what had been their first known interaction.

In the photo, Trump and Lev Parnas stand shoulder to shoulder, smiling at the camera at what appears to be an outdoor nighttime event. Trump wears a white, Trump-branded cap and white shirt under a jacket. Parnas wears a royal blue collared shirt. The circumstances of the meeting captured in the photograph remain unclear.

It was posted on April 2, 2014, on the Facebook account of Shawn Jaros, also known as Shawn Jarosovich. Jaros captioned the photo “the big homies!!!!!!!!!!! for real tho” and then commented on the photo, “salute lev im coming brother!!!!!!!!!”
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>a picture in a photo with someone
wow thats just the kind of meaningless innuendo that only a rabid moron could confuse with evidence, that stuff is a favorite tool of propagandists engaging in character assassination
>picture in a photo with
Wow, a man who denies knowing a criminal keeps having their photo taken with that criminal who is also their neighbor. Its almost like the president knew him and is lying.
Do you ever get tired of being wrong?
He does not. Gotta shill the narrative.
Trump said he did not know those associates of Giuliani. This phtograph is the second photograph in which they are together.

Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were arrested at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., on Wednesday night, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan.

The two reportedly aided Giuliani's efforts to have Ukraine launch an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden. It is unclear if the charges are related to the Ukraine scandal.

An attorney for the two men did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Two other men, David Correia and Andrey Kukushkin, were also indicted.
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He acknowledged that his work morphed into a more general dragnet for dirt on Mr. Trump’s targets but said that it was difficult to separate those lines of inquiry from his original mission of discrediting the origins of the special counsel’s investigation.

Mr. Giuliani said Mr. Lutsenko never specifically asked him to try to force Ms. Yovanovitch’s recall, saying he concluded himself that Mr. Lutsenko probably wanted her fired because he had complained that she was stifling his investigations.

“He didn’t say to me, ‘I came here to get Yovanovitch fired.’ He came here because he said he had been trying to transmit this information to your government for the past year, and had been unable to do it,” Mr. Giuliani said of his meeting in New York with Mr. Lutsenko. “I transmitted the information to the right people.”

The president sought to distance himself earlier on Friday from Mr. Giuliani, saying he was uncertain when asked whether Mr. Giuliani still represented him. “I haven’t spoken to Rudy,” Mr. Trump told reporters. “I spoke to him yesterday quickly. He is a very good attorney and he has been my attorney.”

Mr. Giuliani later said that he still represented Mr. Trump.

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The impeachment was prompted by a whistle-blower complaint about Mr. Trump pressing President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine in a July phone call to pursue investigations that could help Mr. Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign. At the time, the Trump administration had frozen $391 million in military assistance to Ukraine for its fight against Russian-backed separatists.

The State Department’s inspector general has turned over to House impeachment investigators a packet of materials including the memos containing notes of Mr. Giuliani’s interviews with Mr. Lutsenko and Mr. Shokin.

The investigation into Mr. Giuliani is the latest to scrutinize one of Mr. Trump’s lawyers. His former personal lawyer and fixer, Michael D. Cohen, implicated the president when he pleaded guilty last year to making hush payments during the 2016 campaign to women who claimed affairs with Mr. Trump, which he has denied.

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan mentioned Mr. Trump as “Individual 1” in court papers but never formally accused him of wrongdoing.
put the url into archive.is
don't do this
very much appreciated

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The 2020 Democratic candidate with whom the CIA whistleblower had a "professional" tie is Joe Biden, according to intelligence officers and former White House officials. Lawyers for the whistleblower said he had worked only "in the executive branch." The Washington Examiner has established that he is a career CIA analyst who was detailed to the National Security Council at the White House and has since left. On Sept. 26, the New York Times reported that he was a CIA officer. On Oct. 4, the newspaper added that he "was detailed to the National Security Council at one point."

Michael Atkinson, the Intelligence Community's inspector general, told members of Congress that the whistleblower had a "professional tie" to a 2020 Democratic candidate. He had written earlier that while the whistleblower's complaint was credible, he had shown "some indicia of an arguable political bias ... in favor of a rival political candidate." A retired CIA officer told the Washington Examiner, “From everything we know about the whistleblower and his work in the executive branch then, there is absolutely no doubt he would have been working with Biden when he was vice president."
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I like how you think it's magically going to go away or something.
>cherrypicked impeachment polls
fox news cherrypicked their own poll that showed that a majority support impeachment of fox's favored candidate?
>omg, someone that works in the white house has worked with another that has worked in the white house, what a crazy coincidence
I will say this about Pelosi. She isn't a drooling retard like you make her out to be. She has learned from history and from the start been letting this president produce enough rope to either hang himself with or come to his senses and live up to his deal maker name.

Its why she's ignored the retards like that one congressmen in Texas whose wanted to impeach since day one and instead collected evidence at every step. And its why she isn't letting trump or the repubs push her into an impeach vote now because she remembers the Clinton years. And lo and behold, its paying off as the Syria shit is pissing off repubs and other whistle blowers we don't know about are making headway.

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At a time when public debate around the world is suffering from a collision between facts and “alternative facts”, experts must find new ways to reach people.

According to the Washington Post, Donald Trump has made more than 12,000 false or misleading statements since becoming US president. Despite this, he remains immensely popular with his own political base, which is energised by his emotional and often aggressive displays. No amount of raw data appears capable of changing their minds.

In the UK, prime minister Boris Johnson is adopting a similar approach. Despite an already dubious reputation in matters personal and professional, and a number of questionable actions since becoming prime minister, including the unlawful prorogation of parliament, he continues to excite political supporters with his ostensible charm and aggressive rhetoric of grit and determination. Similarly, he rarely lets facts get in the way of his message.

No doubt Trump and Johnson are passionate when they speak, but they seem to care little about the truth. Both incessantly repeat their exaggerated, if not always wholly inaccurate, arguments. They routinely exploit their own gut feelings, use animated gestures to make unfounded claims and dismiss experts and facts that contradict their views. This is the dark side of a political world which often thrives on hatred, greed and arrogance, resistance to facts and a short-circuiting of reason and rationality.
Facts aren’t enough

While it may seem fitting to challenge post-truth politics with quantitative research, statistical data and hard facts, this is unlikely always to be sufficient – at least not when confronting emotive societal problems, such as Brexit or climate change.
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If a politician you don't like and approaching elections are your reason to "change" the way you do busines, then making sure truth prevails might not be your intention.
Also, "post-truth" is a dangerous statement, especially when news outlets sharing your political view dominate the mainstream.

Also also, nothing new.

Top hit on Snopes today:

>"Claim: The sons of several top Democrats worked for Ukraine-linked energy companies, as part of a conspiracy involving the Clinton Foundation. "

>Rating: Mostly False

>What's True: Hunter Biden sat on the board of Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma from 2014 to 2019. The Wall Street Journal reported in 2015 that Ukrainians had donated more than citizens of any other country to the Clinton Foundation between 1999 and 2014.

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Hestia is in is it wrong to pick up girls in a dungeon
Konosuba is the one with aquas fat butt sticking out of that short skirt
What I wouldn't pay to get her to sit on my face...
I bet her farts smell like a fresh spring breeze, since she's a water goddess and all
Her urine must take like purified water since any liquid she touches turns to pure water
if facts were enough, Fox news would be out of business

Partial collapse of Hard Rock Hotel under construction in New Orleans.
1 confirmed dead; 3 missing; 18 hospitalized.

Common sense building control when?
>AKA how Republicans want workers to all be
Thanks free market
wonder if they were doing everything up to code
I saw some pics of that. Looked like it broke across the crane penetrations. I'm going to bet on lack of shoring.
So did burgers forget how to build buildings already ?

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The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine who Donald Trump has called “bad news” told a House of Representatives impeachment inquiry into the president on Friday that Trump removed her from her post based on “unfounded and false claims,” according to U.S. media reports.

Marie Yovanovitch, who was abruptly recalled from Ukraine in May, told lawmakers in closed-door deposition that a top State Department official had told her Trump pushed for her removal for months even though the department believed she had done nothing wrong, according to a copy of her opening statement posted online by the Washington Post.

She entered the Capitol building for the deposition wearing dark glasses and walked past a crowd of journalists without responding to questions as she defied a White House policy of not cooperating with the Democratic-led inquiry into the Republican president.

She said private influence and personal gain have usurped the judgment of diplomats during the Trump administration, threatening to undermine U.S. interests and drive talented professionals out of public service, according to the statement.

A career diplomat who also has served as U.S. ambassador to two other countries, Yovanovitch’s stint as envoy in Kiev was cut short when she was recalled to Washington as Trump allies leveled unsubstantiated charges of disloyalty and other allegations against her.

The impeachment inquiry focuses on a July 25 phone call in which Trump pressed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate a domestic political rival, Democrat Joe Biden, and Biden’s son Hunter Biden.
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You are fucking retarded, the president can hire and fire ambassadors for any reason.

>high crimes at ridgemont high
anon, I know you want these things to be true, but you need to come back to the real world. "This is not normal" prevents you from seeing the hundreds of times that previous presidents did the exact same thing, mentioning that continued US Aid money implies political cooperation is as normal as it gets. The only unusual part was that the discussion included the previous VP which is uncommon because if Biden wasn't running for reelection he would be irrelevant.
>You are fucking retarded, the president can hire and fire ambassadors for any reason.
Yet in this case what he can do appears to have diverged from what he should do because he was trying to commit a haughty crime.
>this sort of thing happens all the time
Nope. His abuse of power (the high crime) was because he used power for a personal purpose (digging up dirt on a domestic political rival). I know you want these words to not go together but they do.
Trump's mistake was not firing all political appointees on 21 January like most presidents do. He waits 3 years to fire an Obama loyalist and the first thing she does is seek political gain.
>career diplomat
Not an Obama appointee anon. Learn shit.
To give a bit more detail to this guy's point, Marie Yovanovitch got her first ambassador position under George W Bush (Kyrgyzstan), transferred to a different position (Armenia) that carried over to the Obama administration, and then Obama transferred her again to Ukraine where she stayed until this year under the Trump administration. She hardly counts as an "Obama loyalist."

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>In a poll released Tuesday by Monmouth University, just four in 10 self-identified Republicans said they believe that President Donald Trump discussed political rival former Vice President Joe Biden during his phone call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky on July 25.

>The 40 percent of Republicans compares to 85 percent of Democrats and 61 percent of independents surveyed who said that Trump "probably did" mention the idea of investigating the Biden family.

>"At the very least, it is clear from the readout that Trump discussed investigating Biden during the call. Even though this information was released by the White House itself, more than one quarter of Republicans still say Trump probably didn't make any mention of it," the press release quoted Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute as saying.

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This, and before you pull the strawman that they need to hold a vote.
Republicans changed the rules after Clinton to where it's specifically not required.

So Democrats are just playing by the rules Republicans created.
Deal with it.
So you're just cherry picking comments and taking some dumbass moral highground despite literally not being involved in the conversation at all.
If Republicans are so stupid why didn't Hillary win?
Trump convinced a bunch of literal boomers (not the /pol/ devotion of boomer but actual boomers) he was their guy. He wasn’t of course but many remain confused.
If they were truly crimes they would have been revealed eventually.

Denver temperature outside swung 70 degrees (degrees faggot, not degrees communist) over just 18 hours on Wednesday
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>(degrees faggot, not degrees communist)
ok, now give me back some spare sides
Take your meds. A cloud of modest size capable of soaking a single square mile contains over 178 million gallons of water. Thays 548 acre feet of water. For one small cloud.

It comes from the ocean.

> boiling water to generate power

Sounds legit
how about reading how power plants work, brainlet

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>Current and former officials said the White House used a highly classified computer system accessible to only a select few officials to store transcripts of calls from President Vladimir Putin and the Saudi royal family.


WASHINGTON — The White House concealed some reconstructed transcripts of delicate calls between President Trump and foreign officials, including President Vladimir V. Putin and the Saudi royal family, in a highly classified computer system after embarrassing leaks of his conversations, according to current and former officials.

The handling of Mr. Trump’s calls with world leaders has come under scrutiny after questions over whether a transcript of a July 25 call with the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, was improperly placed into this computer system.

The latest revelations show the focus that White House officials put on safeguarding not only classified information but also delicate calls with Mr. Trump, the details of which the administration did not want leaked.

A whistle-blower complaint accuses officials of trying to “lock down” access to information about the conversation with Mr. Zelensky by improperly storing the reconstructed transcript of the July 25 call in the highly classified system after the call took place.

In the case of the calls with the Saudi royal family, the restrictions were set beforehand, and the number of people allowed to listen was sharply restricted. The Saudi calls placed in the restricted system were with King Salman, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Prince Khalid bin Salman, who at the time was the Saudi ambassador to the United States.

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>quash an investigation into his son
the one that had closed a year prior to that action?
>The claims of the whistleblower have been debunked.
In plain site, and committed by Trump.
Enjoy the impeachment.
Quid pro quo, and soliciting foreign interference.
>Thread was short by 17 posts


A federal judge on Monday rejected a bold argument from President Trump that sitting presidents are immune from criminal investigations, a ruling that allowed the Manhattan district attorney’s office to move forward with a subpoena seeking eight years of the president’s personal and corporate tax returns.

Lawyers for Mr. Trump quickly told the court they would appeal the ruling from Judge Victor Marrero of Manhattan federal court. An appeal is likely to mean further delays.

In a 75-page ruling, Judge Marrero called the president’s argument “repugnant to the nation’s governmental structure and constitutional values.” Presidents, their families and businesses are not above the law, the judge wrote.
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>Your logic makes zero sense
Says the guy who says Trump is broke, but needs his tax returns to see if he is broke? Keke

>Also the fact he's violating the constitution is still a violation
How has he violated the constitution?

Imagine being this fucking assblasted on a daily basis. You should get out of the game while you can, 2020 may cause you to kill yourself.
>Admits it's a strawman
Also Emoluments clause.
>How has he violated the constitution?
Come out from under the rock, Patrick Star.
>rounding up criminals will start le “civil war”
Imagine being this ass blasted when your guy is getting impeached.

The NYS subpoena, like the congressional subpoena is, directed to Mazars USA, an accounting firm that Trump uses. Skim the introduction/conclusion of the opinions if you're interested in what's actually going on:




A new campaign ad says donations to Sen. Mitch McConnell will help him stop impeachment.

Donald Trump continued on Thursday to make it absolutely clear to everyone that he has and continues to illegally seek foreign assistance for his 2020 reelection campaign. And the man who would be in charge once an impeachment trial lands in the Senate made it clear that, no matter what Trump's crimes are, he will use his powers to protect Trump from removal.

In a Facebook fundraising ad posted this week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vowed to end any impeachment proceedings and asked donors for contributions to his 2020 reelection campaign — even though any trial would likely come well before next November. The ad stands in contrast to McConnell's promise on Monday that he would follow Senate rules and hold an impeachment trial should the House of Representatives impeach Trump.

The ad, paid for by the McConnell Senate Committee, is billed as an "Important Message from Mitch." In the video, McConnell tells viewers, "the way that impeachment stops is when the Senate majority, with me as Majority Leader [sic]." The text above the video suggests that with donations McConnell could "stop [Speaker of the House Nancy] Pelosi from impeaching President Trump."

Some vulnerable Republican senators have suggested that the allegations against Trump would be carefully considered in a "bipartisan manner" and that they would be "jurors" without prejudice.

But with McConnell vowing that the GOP majority would simply protect Trump no matter what, it looks like the jury pool is already tainted.
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Give me a reason to spend time proof reading in responding to your damage control.
Hello friend from SA!
>None of those are crimes
In fact all three are high crimes under our laws governing this sort of thing. They are “abuses of power” and abuse of power was included in almost impeached (but he resigned first) President Nixon.
Got it so you have no clue what the situation is. Or you really think we live in a police state if you think the President can investigate private citizens without going through the proper channels or john doe off the streets can represent the US government in dealings with foreign countries.Or maybe you want to explain why the executive branch is above the legislative and doesn't have to be investigated?

Your lack of understanding aside, the reason the US system works so well is because all 3 branches can check each other. Complying with the investigative phase is part of our constitution and what keeps things from going full banana republic. It isn't perfect and has a lot of grey area, buts that how it was intended to be from the start.
>Comparing Zuma and Trump is so fucking beyond retarded it actually causes me physical pain.
“It cites the following similarities between Trump and Zuma:
* Policy as personal whim;
* Contempt for democratic institutions and the rule of law;
* Entanglements with Vladimir Putin;
* Attacks on a free press;
* Enrichment of pliant friends; and
* Governance as an exercise in values-free narcissism.”
Read up on what are considered impeachable offenses. A president is not allowed to use their power for personal gain (like pressing a foreign government to investigate their major political opponent in an upcoming election), which is an impeachable offense. So it comes down to motive, the grey area.


President Donald Trump on Friday lost his appeal to stop a House subpoena of his tax documents from his longtime accountant Mazars USA.

In a 2-1 ruling, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld a lower court ruling saying the firm must turn over eight years of accounting records.

The opinion is a strong signal that the White House's letter earlier this week refusing to cooperate with the impeachment probe without a full House vote authorizing it would not hold up in court.

The court specifically weighed in on this idea, writing it has "no authority" to require the House to take a full vote in support of a subpoena to investigate the President, citing the Constitution.

"The courts lack the power to invalidate a duly authorized congressional subpoena merely because it might have been 'better [if]...the full House' had specifically authorized or issued it," the court wrote. "Unless and until Congress adopts a rule that offends the Constitution, the courts get no vote in how each chamber chooses to run its internal affairs."
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>And they passed bills for all those things
Passing poison pills you know Republicans will never let through, just to earn political points does not constitute governance.

>Moscow mitch
Look in the mirror and say that aloud. I want you to see what a partisan retard you look like.
>Passing poison pills you know Republicans will never let through, just to earn political points does not constitute governance.
Haven't Republicans been doing exactly the same thing for the past three years? Every single failure is blamed on Democrats.
So you concede that they are not trying to govern and rather just trying to obstruct?
I'm not the person you were talking to, I'm just pointing out that your point about Democrats has been going on with Republicans for Trump's entire tenure.
>Passing poison pills you know Republicans will never let through, just to earn political points does not constitute governance.
If Moscow Mitch gave a damn he would pass legislation in the same vein that would then go to a conference committee where compromise could occur. That’s how it’s supposed to work anon.
>nicknames trigger me
Okay, partisan hack. Go stand in front of a mirror and repeat all of Trump’s.

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A baby can survive outside of the womb at 18 weeks.
I don't care about converting people who think it's an argument whether you should kill a baby.
>This isn't a debate.
Because you literally don't have an argument.
Those drug producers were just bull-shit conmen according to you.

Doctors have taken part in a delicate operation to remove a foreign object from inside a man’s penis.

The patient, 22, who has not been named, claimed he did not suffer any pain since he inserted a pair of tweezers into his urethra four years earlier.

Doctors applied pressure on either side of the penis to keep the 2.7-inch tweezers closed while squeezing them out from the base of the shaft.

If they removed them while they were still open the sharp ends could have damaged the urethra.

It is now known why he inserted the tweezers into his manhood, but some men enjoy putting items in their penis while masturbating. The practice is known as sounding.

The procedure was reported Urology Case Reports who said the man visited a clinic in Saudi Arabia where he revealed his history of inserting metal items into his urethra.

As well as being linked to sexual gratification, doctors said people do it because they are drunk or have psychiatric issues.

They often don’t present themselves to doctors because of embarrassment and only seek help when problems occur.

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>several long metal surgical tools were missing after the procedure
>Cutting your dick off is fine and not mental.
Circumcision is awful, I agree.
>The patient was recommended to undergo a psychiatric evaluation but he refused. The patient did not follow up with the outpatient department
Swing and a miss

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