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>Donald J. Trump - @realDonaldTrump @FoxNews Polls are always bad for me. They were against Crooked Hillary also. Something weird going on at Fox. Our polls show us leading in all 17 Swing States. For the record, I didn’t spend 30 hours with @abcnews, but rather a tiny fraction of that. More Fake News @BretBaier

Donald Trump accused Fox News anchor Bret Baier of pushing “fake news” Monday night after the anchor cited figures from his network’s own polling that shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading the president in several battleground states. “Something weird going on at Fox,” Trump tweeted, claiming that his campaign’s internal polls “show us leading in all 17 Swing States,” despite leaked evidence to the contrary.

The president also disputed that he spent 30 hours with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, as the network repeatedly stated in promotional messages for its exclusive interview. “More Fake News @BretBaier,” Trump tweeted, using an epithet that he casually uses against every major news organization in America but has rarely, if ever, used to describe Fox News.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/president-trump-calls-fox-news-fake-news-for-citing-unfavorable-poll-numbers
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>>414509
>I can make very little sense of your word soup friend.

It's okay, fag. I'm not hating on your kind, so no need for belittling. But you're a faggot and just can't help yourself. It's okay though.
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>>414542
No need to splurg out, I just cannot make heads not tails of your posting.
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>>414526
>He already lost a huge portion of POL.
That's still going to vote for him.
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>>414542
Just so you know Big Jim, that is the troll Bernie responding to you.
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Wow. This is so utterly devastating that /pol/ trolls can't do anything except troll some namefag. Utterly ass destroyed.

>https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-dirt-foreign-interview-warning-federal-election-commission-ellen-weintraub-a8958216.html

The head of America’s election commission has issued a stern warning about illegal interference in the electoral process, a day after the president said he would likely accept damaging information about a rival from a foreign nation.

Barely 24 hours after Donald Trump caused jaws to drop by saying he may not contact the FBI if approached by a foreign country with information that could help his 2020 reelection bid, the chair of the Federal Election Commission (FEC) said it was against the law to “solicit, accept or receive” anything of value from a foreign national in relation to an election.

Posting a statement on Twitter, a statement she said she “would not have thought I needed to say”, Ellen Weintraub apparently responded to Mr Trump, without naming him.

“Let me make something 100 per cent clear to the American public and anyone running for public office,” she wrote.

“It is illegal for any person to solicit, accept, or receive anything of value from a foreign national in connection with a US election.”

Ms Weintraub, who was appointed to the commission by George W Bush in 2002 and elected its chair for 2019, said the distaste of foreign interference in elections was “not a novel concept” for the country.

“Our Founding Fathers sounded the alarm about ‘foreign interference, intrigue, and influence’,” she wrote.
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>>413860
If not conspiring with Russia what is it?
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>>413434
>Because any campaign receiving a call with dirt on their opponent would take that call.
Citation needed
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>>412531
>>412534
why are people like this?
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>>413136
Come on those have already been used, I'm trying to get a bingo out of you guys
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>>413298
I-it'll happen eventually guys! Just wait!

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>On Nov. 9, 2016, the day after Donald Trump clinched the presidency, a student at Oberlin College entered a local bakery and convenience store, hoping to leave with a few bottles of wine.

>Instead, Jonathan Aladin, 19, ran from the store brawling with an employee, Allyn D. Gibson. The scuffle between the two men -- the young black student, a sophomore at the time, and the white businessman -- turned into a standoff between the liberal arts college and the downtown establishment, a proxy war in a much larger struggle over free speech, racial sensitivity and town-gown relations.

>The skirmish came with a price tag for the college of $11 million, the sum awarded on Friday to the business by a jury in Lorain County, Ohio. The judgment, which found the college responsible for libel and infliction of emotional distress, provided a bookend to the bitter conflict, which has divided the Oberlin community, nestled 35 miles from Cleveland.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/06/10/oberlin-college-gibsons-bakery-libel-million-racist/
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>>412675
College kids are idiots anon
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>>412675
the real question would be
what's the minimum age for stealing it?
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https://youtu.be/BLPM2O9wmhY
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>>412675
it's an absurd euphemism for "hoping to steal a few bottles of wine"
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>>412675
fucking this went with the intent of stealing or lying about their age either way they dun goof'd

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https://qz.com/1637160/trump-slams-veteran-mueller-in-d-day-interview-at-normandy-cemetery/

US president Donald Trump did one television interview during the 75th anniversary commemoration of D-Day in Normandy, France. It was with controversial Fox News host Laura Ingraham.

He used the interview to lash out at other Americans, attacking former FBI special counsel Robert Mueller in particular. It was an odd decision, given the circumstances—Mueller served in the Vietnam War and left the military with honors.

“Do you care” if Mueller testifies in front of Congress, Ingraham asked Trump. The two sat outdoors, in front of rows of white crosses of the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, which honors the US military men who died in WWII.

“He made such a fool out of himself, the last time,” Trump said, speaking of Mueller’s public statement on May 29, when he appealed to Congress to pick up where his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the US election and obstruction of justice by the Trump campaign ended. “But what people don’t understand what he had to do was the letter to straighten out his testimony because his testimony was wrong,” Trump said, before lighting into Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, who he called a “disaster.”

It is unclear what testimony or letter Trump was talking about. Mueller has never testified to Congress. The May 29 statement was part of a press conference at the Department of Justice headquarters (albeit one that included no questions from the press).

Veterans criticized Trump’s attack on Mueller during a trip that was supposed to commemorate military lives lost. “Nothing is beneath him,” VoteVets, a political group that says it represents 600,000 veterans and their families, wrote on Twitter.
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>>414078
>I am unfamiliar with how constitutional amendments work
Well, join the rest of the reddif crowd.
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>>413785
How would you know he can't? Have you even tried?
Do you even lift?
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>>414168
because he's an overweight 70 year old man and the "active shooter" is a 16-30 year old with an AR-15
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>>414168
I still work out and run, yeah.
I don’t chomp on McDonalds all day long and I am not a 70 year old fatass.
As I said, the man’s day dream fantasies are real to him. It’s really quite strange.
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what the fuck does this have to do with making my life better you stupid fucks WORTHLESS PEOPLE

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Posted it on Instagram

https://nypost.com/2019/06/04/netherlands-teen-raped-as-child-legally-euthanized-due-to-unbearable-pain/
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>>414121
Ow the edge
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>>414121
Sure, some people do that too
or some people get genuinely lost in their own lies and lose their way out of the maze they've built.
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Who raped her?
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>>414431
nobody
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>>407357
actually fake news. I've taken a class on death and dying, euthanasia isn't legal anywhere, and assisted suicide is only legal when death is imminent. she was not euthanized, and if so, such an act would be illegal.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/sam-wang-princeton-election-consortium-poll-hillary-clinton-donald-trump-victory-a7399671.html
Survey finds Hillary Clinton has ‘more than 99% chance’ of winning election over Donald Trump
The developer of the model, neuro and data scientist Princeton professor Sam Wang, correctly predicted 49 out of 50 states in 2012.
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>>411961
>/news/ - Current News
>Saturday 5 November 2016 17:44

Wrong board faggot, go back to /pol/
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>>412585
Trump is a fucking adulterer. There's a reason adultery is in the ten commandments and gayness is just in Deuteronomy.
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>>414310
I blew my aunt-in law’s mind this weekend when she asked if I was voting for Trump. “Nope, I am voting for a Christian this year so I will have to vote for the democratic candidate.”
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>>414310
And the same people who claim that old testament rules don't apply anymore ignore the fact that all the stuff about homosexuality is in the old testament, while Jesus explicitly says that divorce is wrong in the new testament. That way they can vote for a serial divorcee while still claiming that it's the Christian thing to do because gotta fight back against them gays.
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>>414399
Trump has been doing work to legalize homosexuality across the world
https://www.washingtonpost.com/resizer/m3tY_52Y5kxJpDB3oBKqhaUri7I=/1484x0/arc-anglerfish-washpost-prod-washpost.s3.amazonaws.com/public/2QTCMYWUCQ4HNFG7RNS43MQF4M.png
Trump entered office supporting gay marriage
Obama entered office opposing gay marriage.
https://youtu.be/N6K9dS9wl7U
Trump is not a devout Catholic. He is helping gay Americans, along with blacks Hispanics and women. By helping all Americans get a job and put food on the table.

Washington(CNN) — Joe Biden isn't the Democratic presidential nominee just yet, but that fact didn't stop him from making a very bold prediction on Monday.

"If I'm your nominee, I'm winning Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, believe it or not, and I believe we can win Texas and Florida," Biden said at the Poor People's Moral Action Congress in Washington. "Look at the polling there now. ... I have no intention of walking away."

BOLD!

Is this just empty rhetoric from Biden? Or is there a real chance he could actually win some -- or all -- of those states if he is the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee?

In Gallup's 2018 year-end state-by-state polling, of those five states, only in South Carolina did more people approve of the job Trump was doing (50%) than disapproved (46%). Trump's worst state among those five, according to Gallup? Texas -- where 41% approved and 51% disapproved.

Those 2018 numbers -- plus some more recent polling here and there in Texas and North Carolina -- suggest those states could be in play for Biden (or, possibly, several of the 2020 Democratic candidates).

Here's the thing: What Biden is talking about when he says he is going to win those five GOP-leaning states would be a total and complete Electoral College wipeout of the sitting incumbent.

The five states Biden mentioned have a combined 107 electoral votes among them. Combine those with the likelihood that Michigan and Pennsylvania swing back to Democrats, and you would be talking about a shift of 143 electoral votes. If everything else on the 2016 map stayed the same, Biden would win with 375 electoral votes -- a total that would eclipse Obama's 2012 (332 electoral votes) and 2008 (365) victories.

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>>414305
I agree with you this year. He will win North’s Carolina, Florida, and Arizona though.
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>>414096
Trump is going to beat Biden so bad analysts are going to compare Biden to Mondale.

Biden will be lucky to get any state at all. Even Delaware.
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>>414369
That may be the worst analysis I have read on 4 Chan, today anyway.
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>>414192
Wrong, it was a perfect storm of crimes, outside influence and personal blunders that cost her the election. Same thing happened to Al Gore when the Republicans stole that election.
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>>414096

Biden stands no chance against the Trump Machine. Though Putin, who's a drug addict and have been heavily addicted to morphine for the past 7 years, can help Biden if he just asks him. Though personally, I wouldn't want any help from a Russian junkie like Putin. He shoots up dope!

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https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2019/06/13/cnn-reporter-cia-operates-in-their-own-world-you-dont-investigate-them/
>DON LEMON: You know this New York Times report mentioned that the Justice Department is now questioning CIA officers as they review this Russia investigation, which is?

>SHIMON PROKUPECZ: It’s troubling because it’s not — you don’t do this. The CIA kind of operates in their own world.
I am glad CNN has real patriots, who know you don't investigate intelligence agencies.
America, love it it or leave it. If you want to investigate the CIA, get out
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>>413272
That chart's trash m8
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If therr are actually people here that think the cia hasn't done or still doing shady shit should really start looking in to things you fucking retards.
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>>413616
>>413584
>>413612
>>413552
>STOP MAKING THREADS ABOUT CNN'S DUMB SHIT, THEY ARE MY FAVORITE NEWS NETWORK
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGKEUl7vBOs
Embarrassing, /news/. You couldn't even remove the suction off of their cock for ten seconds to google the statement and find the youtube video if you didn't believe it was real.

>>413627
And here's someone who googled the statement, watched the video, and did a mental backflip in his head over it.

I wonder if this thread is just full of britbongs like most of the smoothbrain bitching on this board.
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>>414239
Like real Mind Control, Remote neural monitoring: Victim here
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>>414264
Someone's autism is flaring up.

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An unnamed U.S. judge in a closed court with secret proceedings on Thursday found former U.S. soldier and allegedly heroic WikiLeaks source Bradley "The Big Man" Manning in contempt of court for refusing to testify before a federal grand jury and ordered Manning back to jail, an anonymous law enforcement official claimed.

The secret U.S. District judge also ruled that if Manning does not comply with the grand jury subpoena after 30 days she will be fined $500 a day, the official said. The fine would go up to $1000 a day if she continues to refuse to testify after 60 days, according to the unofficial leak.


https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-manning-contempt/judge-orders-former-u-s-soldier-and-wikileaks-source-manning-back-to-jail-idUSKCN1SM2O5
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>>414274
>However, that is just smoke. Russia is the fire
A sure sign you're defending a losing point is the constant overuse of idioms to try and sway people to your side.

it sounds clever but it has the intellectual value of jotting down "this was revealed to me in a dream" as a citation.

Use provable, citable facts from non-anonymous sources or GTFO
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>>412976
fuck me, even 4chan is pushing the fake news, hyperbolic headlines. this is a bit of jail time and a bankruptcy claim, manning will be fine.
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>>414274
I have a bigger issue with political parties rigging elections then I do with a foreign power hacking into them to tell us about it
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>>414285
How about the FBI, who indicted 25 Russians for interfering in our elections. 12 of them were indicted for hacking while 13 of them were indicted for posing as Americans while trolling and spreading fake news.
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Sounds like they're just sending him back to the reeducation camp

Two days before he died, Everett Palmer Jr. called his brother, Dwayne, to tell him he was on his way from Delaware to New York to visit him and their sick mother. But first, he said, he wanted to resolve an outstanding DUI warrant from an incident in 2016 in Pennsylvania to make sure his license was valid for the drive to see his family.

The phone call was the last time the family would hear from the 41-year-old US Army veteran and father of two.

On April 9, 2018, two days later, the family was told that Palmer had died in police custody at the York County Prison. Fourteen months later, the Palmers say they still don't know what really happened. But they are suspicious because when Palmer's body was returned to them, his throat, heart and brain were missing

https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/06/07/us/army-vet-dies-in-custody-organs-missing/index.html
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>>413340
For the ghouls
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>>409750
>leftists
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>>409915
>I'm right and you're wrong because you aren't a leftist
typical shit.
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>>413340
Because it would prove he was choked out, probably by some lazy fat fuck cop with a nightstick
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>>409415
I hope they took his brain, heart and throat to make a consensual android super soldier and not the much more likely story of him objecting to being treated like shit and getting killed for it.

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YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND BECAUSE YOU WORK FOR CNN

YOU PIECE OF CRAP

YOU WORTHLESS PIECE OF SHIT

NEXT QUESTION

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/tasneemnashrulla/sarah-sanders-out-press-secretary-white-house
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>>413574
>kek.jpg
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>>413999
>Responsible journalism is for the right
Kek
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kek
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>>414127
>fat pig who can't keep a straight story is good
lemme guess you think it's unfair when people call you out on your bullshit?
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>>414175
Only thing remotely bad she said was about the Obama wiretapping. The rest she either owned up to or is stupid inaccurate shit that people like you are playing up to promote a ORANGE MAN GOVERNMENT BAD narrative.
Kill yourself you human shitstain.

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>Pair of Texas bills pose grave threat to civil liberties
https://www.thefire.org/pair-of-texas-bills-pose-grave-threat-to-civil-liberties/

Last week, FIRE urged Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to veto two bills that pose serious threats to free speech and due process on campus. This weekend, in a letter to the governor, the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault called our analysis “a stretch.” They argue that the definition of sexual harassment in the legislation is appropriate and that signing the bills will not expose college employees to potential criminal liability.

There are many reasons why their analysis and conclusion are misplaced, but for brevity’s sake, here are the two most important ones.

TAASA takes issue with FIRE’s assertion that the standard set forth in Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education defines the contours of a school’s legal obligation to respond to known instances of discriminatory harassment. But Gov. Abbott need not even agree with FIRE on that issue in order to conclude that the definition of sexual harassment used in SB 212 and HB 1735 is plainly unconstitutional. The bills define sexual harassment as:

>Unwelcome, sex based verbal or physical conduct that: in the education context, is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that the conduct >interferes with a student ’s ability to participate in or benefit from educational programs or activities at a postsecondary educational institution.

This definition is missing any kind of objective, reasonable person standard, instead conditioning the permissibility of speech (and the requirement to report) entirely on subjective listener reaction. Any definition of sexual harassment that lacks an objective component is unconstitutional.
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Have consensual sex
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https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-14/texas-about-make-sex-jokes-campus-criminal-offense
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>>413083
This is sexual harassment
A report is being filed
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>>413083
This is unwelcome verbal sex-based communication
You'll be hearing from my lawyer anon
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>>413668
>>412912
nice shit news sources there, /pol/kid

https://www.hongkongfp.com/2019/06/15/man-protesting-hong-kongs-extradition-law-unconscious-jumping-mall-admiralty/


https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/component/k2/1463095-20190615.htm?spTabChangeable=0
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>>413296
To be fair, fuck the uighurs. A bunch of turk transplants WE WUZing about them being the true builders of the chinese empire while treating asians like shit for being racially inferior, while Pan muslims in China accept and are accepted by China as a whole. And also the Uighur hate the Pan because the Pan are too chinese looking.

Fuck the Uighurs, don't diminish the Tibetans by comparing them to those fucking twats.
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>>413314
>never forget the holocaust except that when genocide happens to muslims its justified
thanks for posting so soon after sunset, shlomo
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>>413315
Where did I mention the holocaust and where did I say all muslims need to be exterminated? Just because you've never heard of Pan Muslims doesn't mean they don't exist.

The Pan muslims completely undermine the Uighur claim that China is slaughtering them simply because they're muslim. The Pan aren't being slaughtered, the Pan aren't being targetted at all. You want to go into someone else's country and fuck around and break laws and say it's your own? You deserve to get fucked over. It's not my fault the concept of defending yourself is too much for you, whitey. It's not my fault you can't understand why someone would respect their own culture and want to defend it rather than letting it be pissed on in the name of rainbow faced multiculturalism. You have no understanding of cultural pride so shut the fuck up and embrace your eventual extinction quietly.
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>>413315
>muslim it's justified
That is kind of the impression I get sometimes.

Buddhists a 'peaceful' so people are mostly against what is happening in Tibet however Uighurs follow the 'religion of peace' so if you ask the average right-winger what he thinks he probably contemplates how wise it is to put them in camps.
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>>413314
Agreed uighurs got what they deserved.

https://www.clarin.com/informacion-general/enorme-apagon-afecta-ciudad-gba-varios-puntos-pais_0_IUvFsCfVW.html

We are going back to the Stone age, nice to meet you world
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>>413774
ironic shitposting is still shitposting
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Ha surgido una iniciativa. Un tipo de muro/foro tipo 4chan que recogerá los principios de anonimato y demás que hacen de este un lugar especial, pero también estará bajo ciertos cambios y condiciones que permitirán ajustar y limitar lo negativo que se podría recoger de este lugar. La idea es implementar el mismo sistema de desarrollo y diálogo de ideas pero bajo un fin productivo de trascender y compartir el conocimiento fabricado en esa plataforma. La idea es que sea principalmente hispano hablante, esto ayudará a unir la comunidad dispersa pero que tiene este lenguaje como común denominador. Yo estoy tratando de desarrollarlo, necesito apoyo e ideas de personas de esta región del mundo. Quiero preguntar principalmente su opinión respecto a la iniciativa.
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>>413817
>Post related
>>>/gif/15144560
Hice un post en gif compartiendo parte de los principios e ideas de las que parte esta visión que tengo formada. He botado todo mi contenido porno tras entender que no me traía ningún beneficio y que mas bien contribuía a una perspectiva errónea de la sexualidad y la mujer. Descubrí que ya ni siquiera me producía placer, puede que incluso tuviera un efecto negativo que me hacía insensible a los mismos estímulos visuales. Esta y otras fueron unas decisiones que he tomado en mi vida tras descubrir una perspectiva de la mecánica de la realidad, la naturaleza y el mundo que antes no podía ver. De unos que otros dilemas existencial y tras definir con convicción ciertos principios con los cuales guiarme he desarrollado una visión transformadora que apunta de manera ideal la trascendencia del hombre y su especie como fin último. La naturaleza de los medios por los cuales se llega a esta trascendencia no son ajenos a nosotros, yo creo que he el hombre es más capaz de lo que supones erroneamente. Los planes son grandes, bastante diría yo, pero hasta donde puedo percibir son posibles de realizar con la cantidad de voluntad correcta.
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What the heck is going on down there guys? an EMP?
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>>413786
Shitposting is bad?

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov and Maros Sefcovic, vice-president of the European Commission for the Energy Union, have agreed to set up a working group that will deal with a transition to using the rouble and euro in bilateral payments, Russian media outlets reported, citing Siluanov’s spokesman, Andrei Lavrov.

Both sides have reportedly emphasised that the use of national currencies will be mutually beneficial, as it reduces certain risks for entrepreneurs in Russia and the EU.

During their meeting, Siluanov and Sefcovic are said to have discussed the issue of the participation of European businesses in the implementation of national projects in Russia, with the finance minister saying that Moscow is interested in cooperation and sees no obstacles to the involvement of foreign companies.

Siluanov has likewise briefed Sefcovic on concrete measures taken by the Russian government aimed at the improvement of the investment climate in the country and trade liberalisation.

The reported agreement comes on the heels of remarks by Russian Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin, who told Bloomberg TV last week that the greenback was gradually losing its share in the world market.

https://sputniknews.com/business/201906141075867449-eu-russia-reportedly-agree-ditch-dollar-bilateral-transactions/
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>>412845
don't forget the shoes!
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>>412898
>russians don't run pedophile and money scam networks
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
holy fuck, thank you anon that made my day
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>>413524
>holy fuck

do can english?
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>>413583
excuse me?
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>>413719
he's just an idiot, anon


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