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Late last December, as President Donald Trump pressed senior officials to find proof of election fraud, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows emailed acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen a letter detailing an outlandish theory of how an Italian defense contractor had conspired with U.S. intelligence to rig the 2020 presidential contest.

The letter, which was among records released by Congress this past week, was printed under the letterhead of USAerospace Partners, a little-known Virginia aviation company. In early January, a second Virginia firm, the Institute for Good Governance, and a partner organization released a statement from an Italian attorney who claimed that a hacker had admitted involvement in the supposed conspiracy.

According to the conspiracy theory known as “Italygate,” people working for the Italian defense contractor, in coordination with senior CIA officials, used military satellites to switch votes from Trump to Joe Biden and swing the result of the election.

Though her name was not mentioned in either document, both Virginia organizations are led by Michele Roosevelt Edwards, according to state corporate filings reviewed by The Washington Post. Edwards is a former Republican congressional candidate who built a reputation as an advocate for the Somali people and as someone who could negotiate with warlords and pirates in the war-torn region.

Edwards was formerly known as Michele Ballarin but changed her name last year, court records show. In 2013, The Post’s magazine explored how Edwards, once a struggling single mom, had reinvented herself as a business executive and then as a well-connected horse-country socialite who cultivated ties with senior Somali officials.
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>led by con artist
so many gop cons, which one?
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>>873170
>Michele Roosevelt Edwards
>Edwards is a former Republican congressional candidate who built a reputation as an advocate for the Somali people and as someone who could negotiate with warlords and pirates in the war-torn region.
>Edwards was formerly known as Michele Ballarin but changed her name last year, court records show. In 2013, The Post’s magazine explored how Edwards, once a struggling single mom, had reinvented herself as a business executive and then as a well-connected horse-country socialite who cultivated ties with senior Somali officials.
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I with Trumpists were less willing to suspend disbelief when it comes to their conspiracy theories.

Maybe then they'd at least be a little more coherent or believable. The fact that we're dealing with all of this shit because of such ridiculous nonsense is just lame.
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>>873187
>In the wake of Johnson’s video, Italygate began to gather momentum. Maria Strollo Zack, a Republican operative from Georgia who has embraced the conspiracy theory, told The Post that she has been in contact with Johnson about it.

>Zack, 57, has said in interviews with right-wing media outlets that she told Trump about the conspiracy theory on Christmas Eve at Mar-a-Lago, the president’s private club in Palm Beach, Fla.

I'd be very curious to find out if this lady has any involvement in the current fake audit going on in Fulton County.
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2 MORE WEEKS
UNTIL THE BIG REVEAL

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https://apnews.com/article/supreme-court-dismisses-obamacare-challenge-67cc2e9604a70b1b329c5f3b4177a688

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has dismissed a challenge to the Obama era health care law, preserving insurance coverage for millions of Americans.

The justices, by a 7-2 vote, left the entire law intact Thursday in ruling that Texas, other Republican-led states and two individuals had no right to bring their lawsuit in federal court. The Biden administration says 31 million people have health insurance because of the law popularly known as “Obamacare.”

The law’s major provisions include protections for people with pre-existing health conditions, a range of no-cost preventive services and the expansion of the Medicaid program that insures lower-income people, including those who work in jobs that don’t pay much or provide health insurance.

Also left in place is the law’s now-toothless requirement that people have health insurance or pay a penalty. Congress rendered that provision irrelevant in 2017 when it reduced the penalty to zero.

The elimination of the penalty had become the hook that Texas and other Republican-led states, as well as the Trump administration, used to attack the entire law. They argued that without the mandate, a pillar of the law when it was passed in 2010, the rest of the law should fall, too.

And with a more conservative Supreme Court that includes three Trump appointees, opponents of Obamacare hoped a majority of the justices would finally kill off the law they have been fighting against for more than a decade.

But the third major attack on the law at the Supreme Court ended the way the first two did, with a majority of the court rebuffing efforts to gut the law or get rid of it altogether.
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>>873118
>And you had better not have any assets because they will come after them.
This is a complete lie by the left. All medical debt is unsecured debt. Regardless of the amount, as long as you make an attempt to pay anything each month, they cannot do anything.
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>>873133
>Regardless of the amount, as long as you make an attempt to pay anything each month, they cannot do anything.
Not only do you massively underestimate the effect and consequences that unsecured debt can have on economic mobility, you're just openly making excuses for why its okay for America, the richest country in the world, to be mediocre. I don't know about you but I was raised to believe that America was the greatest country in the world yet here you are openly making excuses for why its okay for us to continue to fail solving an issue that every other first world country has addressed. America has the most expensive healthcare to healthcare outcome ratio among developed nations. We're the richest country with the shittiest healthcare in the world and your excuse is "Well being in debt is not that bad". I don't know about you but I'm not happy with America being a failure. I was kind of taught that America was the greatest country in the world. I guess that idea is only lip service to a conservative.
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>>873133
>. Regardless of the amount, as long as you make an attempt to pay anything each month, they cannot do anything.
Here in California the state literally takes any medi cal money you used while a senior out of your estate when you die to ensure the poor and middle class dont ever get the chance to accumulate wealth
>The Medi-Cal program must seek repayment from the estates of certain deceased Medi-Cal members. Repayment only applies to benefits received by these members on or after their 55th birthday and who own assets at the time of death. If a deceased member owns nothing when they die, nothing will be owed
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Oh look another biased rewrite of the actual article by the anime pedofaggot poster.

Honestly mods should just start deleting these threads.
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>>873267
>mods
Kek

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Earlier this week a Fulton County Georgia election official admitted that the chain of custody documents that are legally required per state law are missing from the 2020 election.

Brad Raffensperger, the corrupt Secretary of State in Georgia is ultimately responsible (see picture above). For the first time an elections official admitted the chain of custody documents are missing in Georgia per the Georgia Star.

Then today John Solomon and Just The News reported that an audit of documents found that more than 100 batches of absentee ballots are missing in Fulton County Georgia!

Is this why Fulton County officials recently hired top criminal defense attorneys to defend them?

The 29-page report revealed that election official was caught double-counting ballots at the State Farm Center in Atlanta, Georgia. This follows news first reported by The Gateway Pundit that election operative Ruby Freeman was also caught tripe counting stacks of votes late at night at the counting center after GOP observers were sent home.

The author of the 29-page November Fulton County report, Carter Jones, also released a 14 page report in January on the election irregularities in Fulton County Georgia.
This 14page document also details several instances of voter fraud and a complete breakdown of the system.


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>>873276
The funny thing is that his votes went up with every group except white men. He lost because he spent all his time trying to win minority votes and didn't say anything his base wanted to hear.
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>>873282
IDC if the people who started it were reptilians who listen to Michael Jackson in their spare time
No matter how you try to spin it those databases were deleted
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>>873286
This.
Kinda funny.
Not only did he gain minority votes against democrats, but Democrats gained a massive amount of white votes, generally actually I think more of because pushing massive anti orange propaganda for 4 years along with white guilt rather than Trump not saying what his base wanted to hear.
Trump's base would have voted for him anyways.
I was glad that Biden won simply because I don't have to put up with as much ridiculous propaganda coming out of the left
And that worked for about 3 or 4 months or so until the first investigation into voting fraud started turning up what looks a whole lot like voting fraud, and then the leftist media just kicked their propaganda back into high gear again
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>>873292
>I think more of because pushing massive anti orange propaganda for 4 years along with white guilt rather than Trump not saying what his base wanted to hear.
>Trump's base would have voted for him anyways.
Even Richard Spencer started shilling for Biden. Trump went on about how he was helping black people and lowering their unemployment, and how he wanted more hispanic immigration as long as it was legal, but he had no plans to improve the lives of any white person. Politicians take the white vote for granted, but it's still 60% or so of the country and worth fighting for
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>>873290
No matter how many times you repeat the lie it isn't going to magically go back in time and educate the moron on RAID arrays. No files were deleted.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jun/20/us-covid-delta-variant-spreads-vaccination-rates-drop

Biden’s 70% vaccination target by Fourth of July likely to fall short as efforts to entice people to get shots have lost their initial impact.

With Covid vaccination penetration in the US likely to fall short of Joe Biden’s 70% by Fourth of July target, pandemic analysts are warning that vaccine incentives are losing traction and that “two Americas” may emerge as the aggressive Delta variant becomes the dominant US strain.
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>>873293
Is it going to be more effective than this joke COVID we have now and actually kill some democrats? No, well then I don't give a fuck.

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WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Tuesday rolled out what it said is a new strategy to counter domestic terrorism: a series of changes to elevate the federal government's response to an urgent problem, with renewed efforts to deter, detect and prosecute those who would use violence in pursuit of political aims.

"What we are focused on is violence," Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told NBC News' Pete Williams in an exclusive interview. "The incitement of violence, the drive to violence, the commission of violent acts."

In a statement Tuesday morning, President Joe Biden said, "[O]n my first day in office I directed my national security team to confront the rise in domestic terrorism with the necessary resources and resolve. Today, I am releasing the first-ever National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. It lays out a comprehensive approach to protecting our nation from domestic terrorism while safeguarding our bedrock civil rights and civil liberties — values that make us who we are as Americans."

In a speech announcing the policy Tuesday, Attorney General Merrick Garland said he would “reinvigorate” the domestic terrorism executive committee that was first created by Attorney General Reno in 1995 after the Oklahoma City bombing.

The strategy and an accompanying White House fact sheet call for more scrutiny of public social media posts and better coordination among security agencies. But after a 100-day review, the White House didn't make a decision about what might be the biggest policy question with regard to what it says is the most urgent security threat to the U.S.: whether to seek a law with specific criminal penalties for committing or supporting domestic terrorism. White House officials said they didn't have enough information and asked the Justice Department to further review the issue.
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>>871829
>systemic racism

hahahahahaha
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>>871893
A lot of green text to just say you concede.
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>>871886
>my board
Ah, you're the new board idiot from Murica chat is talking about.
Hint: This board is owned by a Chinaman. Hiroyuki Nishimura. You can take your precious niggers and fuck off to your nigger country. Bye bye.
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>>870109
>White House unveils new strategy to counter Trump's domestic terrorist cells plaguing America

Panicking bribens Nazi Socialists introduce new Gestapo dept in bid to cling on to power
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>>871234
Lying isn't outskilling, especially when the liar is so clearly caught in the lie

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>>872889
Based.

But can we still take the piss out of the GMO until then?
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>>872690
Think the true irony is exactly what you said but reversed the fact that some people can own their own degeneracy while those that seek to judge others have to rig the entire game and their favor and still are mortally embarrassed about their habits. And in fact hurt their victims and usually end up being violent rapist due to their repressed emotions.
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>>872940
I wonder could he actualy have gone to pedo Island, you know the one owned by that other creep Epstein, you know that disgusting Island where they raped children 9 miles away from the other briben brothers home?

want to see for your self? How much proof do you need?

https://archive.org/details/EpsteinFlightLogsLolitaExpress
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>>872945
Of course he went to pedo Island Cletus.

I shouldnt admit it but the big guy and his brother used to go there by boat, I mean theyve got a house 9 miles away so why not.
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Roberts is compromised as is most of DC !
Drudge, Roberts flipped as soon as Epstein's book was obtain after his arrest .
He didn't get clipped for nothing !

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Family of child killed during Atlanta protests sues city, Wendy's

The family of an 8-year-old girl who was shot dead in Atlanta last year announced Monday that they are suing the city, its leaders and the fast-food chain Wendy's, where the shooting took place.

Secoriea Turner was killed on July 4 while sitting in a car with her mother who was attempting to turn around in a parking lot with an illegal barricade near a Wendy's.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Secoriea's family filed a complaint Monday accusing city leaders of numerous failings, alleging they were "negligent in their duties by failing to remove armed vigilantes who had gathered alongside peaceful protesters at the Wendy's where Rayshard Brooks was shot and killed."

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, police Chief Rodney Bryant and Wendy's International were all named in the complaint, the Journal-Constitution reports.

At the time of Secoriea's death, Bottoms condemned the violence that had overtaken Atlanta, accusing the perpetrators of the chaos of killing "a baby."

"We are shooting each other up on our streets in this city. And you shot and killed a baby," she said. "And there wasn't one shooter, there were at least two shooters. An 8-year-old baby. We are doing each other more harm than any police officer on this force."

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>>873218
Let me guess, you didn't even read what was posted but you're insulting me to feel like a winner.
>Bryant
she was the girl killed you idiot. You literally didn't even read the fucking article and you're going to try talking down to me? Bree Newsome is the one who tweeted
> “Teenagers have been having fights including fights involving knives for eons. We do not need police to address these situations by showing up to the scene & using a weapon against one of the teenagers. Y’all need help. I mean that sincerely.”
and she's a BLM co-founder with almost 500,000 Twitter followers, and there were a lot of other BLM supporters who agreed with her. Are you even American? This was a pretty huge story just a few months ago so idk how you missed it.
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>>873212
Thank you. I don't know how people ignore this. Some of us are still old enough to remember last year.
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>>873222
It's hard to see truth when he walks around with eyes wide shut
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>>873195
>So what cities were burned down?
Oh God with this again.
>Cities weren't entirely burned down, there's still some buildings left. Checkmate Dresden!
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>>873273
Maybe you should stop saying cities were burned down if no cities were actually burned down.

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Go on /pol/ or reddit if you want to spread your bullshit

Also man shot and killed a security guard at a bank in Gary Indiana
Suspect charged

https://abc7chicago.com/florida-man-bank-robbery-murder-security-guard-shot/10785980/
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>>873168
Did I say that because people hold opinions, they can't "do journalism"?
You can be a journalist, but be honest about your preconceptions and where you're coming from. If you care about being honest, lay those notions up front and be transparent. Don't just say "we are the most trusted name in Le journalism" and lie that there's not other motives or ideas behind the work
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>>872740
The people that call others tankies are leftists who don't want to be associated with Stalinists. If r/politcs is calling people tankies then that's proof they're lefties too. Normies, even liberal ones, don't know the word tanky.
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>>872785
Reddit has no captcha, its a bot paradise. At least 4chan has to have smart bots or ones that pay to get around the captcha.
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>>873186
Reality has a liberal bias. That's the joke.
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>>873278
Reddit is a hobbyist website. Most of the subreddits have nothing to do with American politics. The political subs are a very small part of the whole. The bots in the political subs autoreply and fix spelling or cite wikipedia articles, not like on twitter where they are sockpuppets.

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>https://www.foxnews.com/us/st-louis-couple-touts-new-ar-15
The old AR had way more SOUL, this one is a big soulless. But once again, they only lost the guns they used that day, not their right to own a gun, because they pled guilty to low-level misdemeanors that had a combined fine of like $2,750 plus the value of the rifle and handgun, so while they did cuck out in fighting it, I can see how they felt discretion was the better part of valor and that the $4,000 or so total value they lost was worth more than the legal fees and time wasted
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>>873240
I literally don't know a single conservative who openly supports white nationalism but half the libs I know are pro-antifa.
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>>873226
Lies are not fact-based citations. Go peddle your bullshit narrative on /pol/ with the rest of your circle-jerk community of assholes.
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>>873264
Even if all three of the libs you know in whatever shithole you are from are pro-antifa it doesn't actually mean antifa is a liberal organization.
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>>873223
>be rich as fuck
>buy shitty M&P
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Now the criminals know where to steal the guns from.

>https://nypost.com/2021/06/20/hundreds-of-nyc-rioters-looters-have-charges-dropped/
Crazy how corrupt the system is to favor leftwing criminals and violence.
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>>873259
The 1/6 peaceful protesters did literally nothing wrong
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>>873258
And yet, (You) have no evidence. Just your spittle-flecked grievance rage manufactured by your puppet masters.

If there was evidence, the charges and prosecutions would not have been dropped. that's how a justice system works. Some asshole screaming about what the voices in his head are telling him is not the basis for prosecution.

It's the same reason your Orange Babby lost almost 70 court cases in a row and won not a single one of them: when (You) stand before a judge, you have to have this thing called "evidence." (You) should take the time one day to study up on what "evidence" is.
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>>873262
Over 550 insurrectionists arrested and charged so far. Many more to come. They shouldn't have spent so many months texting & emailing each other with all their plans. Conspiracy to commit insurrection is pretty fucking serious.

Personally, I say invest in enough rope for each one of them to take a long drop with a short noose, dump the corpses in the middle of the Atlantic so they don't pollute the sacred ground of our democracy any further.
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>>873258
>vast majority of BLM "protesters" were violent criminal rioters
Well, you're lying. But that's obvious to anyone who isn't clinically insane.

Feel free to provide sauce.

> Hard Mode: You can't. There is none.
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>>873246
>Cops refused to turn over basic evidence
You have to actually have evidence to be able to turn it over. It isn't that they "refused to," it's that there never was any.

There should be some interesting cases of lawsuits for unlawful arrest, as well as unlawful use of gratuitous violence.

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https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1270794

https://www.esquire.com/news-politics/politics/a36731176/critical-race-theory-mitch-mcconnell-senate/

https://itsgoingdown.org/this-week-in-fascism-142-fox-news-promotes-astroturf-campaign-against-critical-race-theory-white-nationalist-on-racial-iq/

Cconservative activists are setting their sights on ousting as many school board members as they can, and local Republican Parties have vowed to help, viewing the revolt against critical race theory as akin to the tea party wave from a decade ago.

Activists and parents have launched 50 recall efforts this year aimed at unseating 126 school board members, according to a new report from Ballotpedia, a website that tracks U.S. politics and elections. Most of those recalls — which already surpass the record for a single year — started as objections to Covid-19 restrictions, but five of the most recently launched campaigns, including a particularly contentious fight in Loudoun County, Virginia, include concerns about critical race theory.

And, in a new development this year, rather than targeting a single member, these efforts often target multiple members or entire school boards, according to Abbey Smith, a researcher at Ballotpedia.

This data, which is limited to the 39 states that allow for recall of local elected officials, suggests that political discord at the local school level is at an all-time high. At least 50 other school districts from Washington to Florida have been the scenes of local unrest over the idea of critical race theory, according to an NBC News analysis of media reports.
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>>873201
>I haven't met a single conservative who can define communism or CRT.

You should get out of your basent more
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>>872908
> "confirmed to be astroturfed"
And yet, nothing in the post or thread has anything to do with this "astroturf" thing (You) mention. Where is the proof? Where is the confirmation? Let's see some sauce. Who is making the "astroturf?"
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>>873193
We need to get a divorce
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>>873179
That gave me a whole new perspective of what is going on here.. "This is a place for reporting."...? Really..? I've been reading daily and haven't seen any real news here since I started looking at 4chan.. I thought it would be a discussion of what is in the news today.. It's all recycled cherry picked crap trying to bring people into their camp.. I'll bet almost not one person changes their opinion reading this cow dung..
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>Critical Race Theory
What is critical race theory and why are people angry due to buzzword "critical"
Not playing dumb, I just want to understand what is this.

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https://www.timesofisrael.com/seeking-to-ease-iran-tension-us-cuts-middle-east-troops-anti-missile-batteries/

The Pentagon confirmed Friday that the US is reducing by eight the number of Patriot anti-missile batteries in the Middle East.

The agency confirmed a report in The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) that said Saudi Arabia would see the greatest reduction in US military support, while Kuwait, Iraq and Jordan would also be impacted.

The WSJ said the US plans to pull a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system, jet fighter squadrons and accelerate the withdrawal of US troops from the kingdom, in addition to the withdrawal of the anti-missile batteries.

The decision reflects both Washington's repositioning of US forces to counter Russia and China as well as shifting sands in the Middle East.
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>>873202
>muricunt ignores the fact that it was Ukraine who started the war. It was USA who staged coup de tat and it is Bydlo who refuses any talks or fulfillment of own promises in Minsk agreement.
None of those things is actually true.
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>>873041
This is what it looks like when the world economy shifts away from fossil fuels and moves toward renewable energy. The priority is to turn the Middle East into a containment zone and let them continue to to slaughter each other. We are no longer hostage to oiligarchy and Islime terrorists.

Time to focus back home of the Talibangelical Xstianist monsters and take that horror out.
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>>873202
Shoot up some more krokodil, Sergei, and it will still seem like that Kremlin propaganda is true. In your head. Until you need your next krokodil fix.
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>>873041
How awful. Where are the heroic Generals who lied to Trump to stymie his deplorable troop withdrawal?
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>>873072
China wants slaves and more organs to harvest nothing else can satisfy them.

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(Washington, DC—June 14, 2021) ChinaAid welcomes the United Nations’ recent report of evidence of an alleged systematic system of forced organ harvesting targeting minorities, including Falun Gong practitioners, Uyghurs, Tibetans, Muslims and Christians, in detention in China.

While horrific, the human rights experts’ findings are a crucial step in pushing back against the Chinese Communist Party’s campaign against religious minorities. There is substantial, credible, and a growing body of unrefuted evidence that the Communist Party of China has authorized and sanctioned – and continues to carry out—a systematic program of organ harvesting with a horrific and cruel loss of human life.

At the Taiwan International Religious Freedom Forum in May 2019, ChinaAid led over 70 influential activists, politicians, and religious leaders from around the world in signing the #NoMore Organ Harvesting Declaration. It stated, “On grounds of conscience and basic humanity, I solemnly pledge that I will not receive or accept, directly or indirectly, any organ transplant from China.”

However, concerning evidence continues to be exposed about the barbaric practice of forced organ harvesting of religious prisoners in China and yet the world remains idle. The international community must outright condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s crimes against humanity and work together to end the illegal organ trade system.

We urge the United Nations to move beyond dialogue with China and into a full scale investigation to include unrestricted visits by the Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, the Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, and the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=27167&LangID=E

https://www.chinaaid.org/2021/06/un-experts-show-concern-on-forced-organ.html
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No loaded language in this "news" post.

Inb4 "Chang" - I am whiter than you and use English more fluently than you.
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>>873140
Uighurs are best for organs, as they don't drink.
I got a liver 3 yrs ago, and still works good
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>>873102
>UN experts

On World Refugee Day, we reflect on all of the refugees, asylum seekers, displaced persons, and others affected by Russia's aggression in the Donbas and Crimea. The United States stands with Ukraine in close solidarity, assisting those affected by conflict.

https://twitter.com/USEmbassyKyiv/status/1406609431345893379

muricunt ignores the fact that it was Ukraine who started the war. It was USA who staged coup de tat and it is Bydlo who refuses any talks or fulfillment of own promises in Minsk agreement.
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The UN showed much more "concern" over the treatment of Julian assange but that didn't stop these faggots.
Fuck off propagandists. They can do whatever the fuck they want in their country, we have more issues here with democrats rigging elections
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>>873140
>I am whiter than you and use English more fluently than you.
stop larping ESL

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The old grifter is embarrassing!

US President Joe Biden must be so "cognitively out of it" if his wife First Lady Jill Biden has to "write him cue cards" ahead of his meetings with leaders attending the G7 Summit.

"Jill Biden putting up a photo, she is the wife of the president, saying that she's prepping for the G7, I mean there's only two things you can think here," Mr Bond said.

"One is that the grifter is so cognitively out of it that his wife has to do all of his research for him and presumably write him cue cards or something.

https://www.skynews.com.au/details/_6258601699001
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>>873046
>The People's Democratic Republic of North Korea isn't really a democracy or a republic
That argument is retarded and so are you.
>the Nazis were not socialists
Shameless revisionist lie. They were socialists. National socialists.
>in fact killed all the socialists they could
Shameless revisionist lie. How much is Putin paying you?
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>>873044
Not so, you historical illiterate. The National Socialists co-opted the Left so badly that the Left had to invent the Right as new concept to differentiate their brand of socialism from National Socialism. The reality is that the National Socialist German Worker's Party never stopped being socialist, they were just subjected to the same kind of Leftist media spin that's going on right now in America to deny reality.
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>>873094
your post makes no sense at all, is literally nonsense
KYS
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>>873049
I'd just like to say that I think the Nazis are the real racists
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>>873094
Always amused to see the "nazis were leftists" bit popping up here; Obviously an attempt at cope but so bizarre and incoherent it's only ever used by those with mental illness.




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