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    Today, 09:12 PM
    New John Stossel piece exposing the SPLC Southern Poverty Lie Center
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    Today, 08:24 PM
    Good quote by Lawrence Vance at LewRockwell.com : According to a new report issued by the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch, “Police arrest more people for marijuana use than for all violent crimes — combined.” On any given day in the United States, “at least 137,000 people sit behind bars on simple drug-possession charges.” This in spite of the fact that medical marijuana is legal in 29 states, recreational marijuana is legal in 8 states, and the possession of small amounts of marijuana has been decriminalized in 21 states. As I recently stated: “No one should ever be arrested, fined, or imprisoned for possessing a plant the government doesn’t approve of. Not in the land of the free.” Want to eliminate half of the cops in the United States? End the war on drugs. It is, after all, a war on freedom.
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    Today, 08:13 PM
    NBC News Crew just happened to be inside the FEMA/HEMA bunker that sent out the false alarm just hours before it went out. NBC reports: “Hours before the false alarm sounded with warning of an inbound missile we had exclusive access to the bunker where it was sent from,”
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    Today, 07:00 PM
    Excerpts and comments: Confirming that the US military presence inside Syria had little to do with fighting ISIS, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson unveiled … the real US strategy for Syria: overthrow of the Assad government. … Tillerson vowed that the United States military would continue to occupy Syrian territory until three conditions are met: First: ISIS must be destroyed. The same gang Washington helped create, train their recruits before they join, provide aerial protection by creating buffer zones to keep the SAA away from ISIS (before Russia got involved) and arm them via rat lines from Libya , or through Washington’s “moderate” terrorists and Al Qaeda groups.] Second: Assad must go.
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    Today, 06:45 PM
    Donnack Jamessein OTtrumpa
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    Today, 06:43 PM
    They already had democratic elections and Assad won and won again. Washington does not like the elections, only outcomes. Washington does not care what Syrians want. So the Washington Reich unlawfully invades and militarily occupies a sovereign nation while training terrorist proxy armies to disrupt, kill, destroy and wreak havoc until Washington gets what it wants. Sounds like a military toppling with a facade of phony baloney.
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    Today, 06:52 AM
    Pentagon Proposes Nuclear First-Strikes to Counter Cyberattacks on the Pentagon’s new Nuclear Posture Review ... the details continue to slowly emerge, and show a scramble to establish more pretexts for nuclear first strikes. This includes cyberattacks.... Pentagon’s document proposes the use of nuclear first strikes against cyber foes, presenting that as the only “realistic” option to such threats. ... Which is another problem. US assignments of blame in cyberattacks are rarely grounded in evidence or reality, but rather they blame whoever is politically expedient at the time, whether it’s Russia, China, or North Korea. Such reckless blame is relatively consequence-free when the US just responds with angry threats, but nuclear strikes could quickly start massive, civilization ending nuclear warfare. Making nuclear war more likely is the general theme of the Nuclear Posture Review ... The Trump Administration has spent its entire time in power easing restrictions on the military, and giving commanders more and more leeway on their operations. It might not be such a surprise for that to spill over into nuclear weapon policy.
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    Today, 06:26 AM
    Apple Music edited Mensa's music video to delete scenes or blur any background images identifiable as Palestine out of the original video. Further Apple actually deleted words from the song cutting out any mention of Palestine. Apple still left in scenes and reference to Ferguson, native Americans, Charlottesville, and US police, but Apple Music completely erased from the artist's video and song of any traces of reference to Palestine. More on the Apple suppression of the artist's nessage The original full video:
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    Today, 05:28 AM
    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Tuesday called on NATO to take a stance against the United States ... over its plans to form a 30,000-strong Kurdish-led border security force in Syria. Erdogan Monday accused the United States of creating an “army of terror” in Syria along the border with Turkey, and vowed to crush the U.S.-backed border force. ... Erdogan questioned NATO’s stance on the issue, saying, “Hey NATO! You are obliged to take a stance against those who harass and violate the borders of your members.” The coalition has said the new force, expected to reach 30,000 in the next several years, is a key element of its strategy in Syria to prevent the resurgence of Daesh in Syria. ... Turkey has sent reinforcements to its border in recent weeks and Erdogan said this week that Turkish troops were already firing artillery at Afrin from the border.
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    Yesterday, 11:25 PM
    So now Hawaii and FEMA have a confirmation pop-up that asks, "Are you sure you want to send a message to every person in the entire state that their life may be obliterated by incoming missiles in a matter of minutes?"
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    Yesterday, 11:21 PM
    The government class is a protected privileged class. Can you imagine if a private citizen accidentally sent a message to say a hospital or school that there was a bomb there about to go off, and they freaked and evacuated the building, and then the citizen waited nearly 40 minutes to tell them it was a mistake. What would happen to that citizen? Would the government say, oh just a mistake, and protect their identity? They'd be seeking long time prison terms. Yet, when a member of the elite government class commits the largest bomb scare ever, not only no charges, but no punishment and protects that person, and the complicit superiors that authorized and approved the system that made such a mistake so easy and thus likely.
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    Yesterday, 10:41 PM
    Washington's new proxy army inside Syria U.S.-led coalition spokesman Ryan Dillon announced the plan to establish a 30,000-strong new border security force with the SDF -- the U.S.-backed group that is largely controlled and manned by the PKK/PYD terrorist organization in Syria. Dillon mentioned that this army will be provided with both theoretical and technical information as well as military training and high-tech equipment. ... “Washington holds that Turkey's interests should be confined to Turkish borders, and the U.S. interests extend to the whole world. ... first and foremost, such a policy is directed against Iran. “But it's also against Turkey. Turkey is too independent, according to Washington ...
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    Yesterday, 10:24 PM
    Erdogan: “A country we call an ally is insisting on forming a terror army on our borders. What can that terror army target but Turkey? Our mission is to strangle it before it’s even born.”
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    Yesterday, 10:17 PM
    This nuclear first strike policy is insanely dangerous. Even if you trusted Trump and his advisers to exercise extreme wisdom, insight and judgment in the use of nuclear first strike (which no one should), this policy still opens the door for the next Trump or Hillary and every future president, administration or neocon infiltrated cabinet to initiate nuclear war with a nuclear first strike for any of the pretexts created. It is a propaganda campaign to make use of nuclear weapons acceptable to the public. As McAdams points out they call them "low yield" or tactical nukes to make it sound more acceptable for destroying other nations. Keep in mind the nightmare infernos dropped are Hiroshima and Nagasaki are super low yield nukes compared to today's technology. It sends a message to every other nation on the planet that they can be targeted with nuclear weapons by the US. It tells them they must get their own weapons. After witnessing Washington destruction of Libya, Syria, Yugoslavia, and regime changes in Ukraine and others, any nation that has ever disagreed with Washington policy on anything or ever may must get their own nuclear weapons as defense to Washington's nuclear first strike policy. This is worse than bad policy. It is obscenely insane.
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    Yesterday, 10:04 PM
    Great line by Dr. Paul at about 4:00. "It's not that we lack weapons, we lack sanity"
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    Yesterday, 09:39 PM
    Trade protectionism is welfare. Government is welfare. Taxes are theft. Monarchy is welfare. Too bad the guy that advocates for total monarchy cant see that monarchy is also welfare.
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    Yesterday, 09:29 PM
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    Yesterday, 09:23 PM
    I want a government that wont provide any welfare. (among lots of other things)
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    Yesterday, 09:20 PM
    Its true. Considering USA is an English speaking nation, it is completely absurd to show a preference for immigrants that have made the effort to become proficient in English. Its so much more advantageous to not know English in an English speaking country. For immigrants coming to the USA preference should be given to those that took the time to become proficient in Russian and Chinese. That makes so much more sense.
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    Yesterday, 09:11 PM
    So R3 is arguing that there is no reason reason oppose such a preference for immigrants who have the means or ability to support themselves.
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    Yesterday, 08:34 AM
    From RPI. So who funds the Center for a New American security? ... From their own website, they enjoy the largesse of: Department of Defense Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems The Boeing Company BAE Systems, North America Chevron Corporation National Defense Industrial Association Raytheon Company
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    Yesterday, 08:21 AM
    That's a silly false statement. That is the "fix" the power elite seem to be striving for. However, there are several other fixes. Like increasing opportunity and prosperity "where they are coming from." Perhaps by increasing free trade, removing trade barriers, exporting capitalism and the ideas of freedom to the rest of the world, and setting a better example. There there is the option of eliminating statist magnets of government benefits. Then there are national self protection fixes like vetting immigrants, limiting or controlling the rate, securing borders. There are thousands of other options, some better and some more statist, but these are just a few that illustrate the possibilities beyond the closed minded tunnel fallacy that there is only one option, and it must necessarily be the stupid option to strive to destroy prosperity no less.
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    01-15-2018, 10:42 PM
    Twitter uses, try GAB
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    01-15-2018, 10:40 PM
    Mike Keen has good expose on how Twitter actively suppresses tweets based on content. Twitter through the selective content suppression is acting like a political advocacy group rather than a social media platform: https://medium.com/@mikekeen/twitter-censoring-trump-supporters-a1f1d9a87cda "... The (anti-Trump) tweet that I replied to was deleted once mine started outpacing it in number of favorites and retweets. ... once that tweet was deleted, mine stopped being interacted with. That’s because my tweet was no longer part of any “thread” in the conversation. ... I have continued to reply directly to the President ... However, I have found that while initially, for about the first minute or so, I get a flood of reactions and notifications. Favorites, retweets, etc, and then they abruptly stop, because my tweets are being manually removed from the main conversation thread. ... The above reply received 27 favorites within seconds of being posted, and then all activity on it stopped. When I click on it, I see that it is not part of any thread. When people view President Trump’s original tweet, mine will not be visible, no matter how far they scroll down. ... This tweet has been removed from the main thread and is not visible when people view President Trump’s original tweet. Let’s compare that with what happens when we look at an anti-Trump reply. ... This tweet is still a part of the main thread, and is visible to people viewing President Trump’s original tweet Every single Tweet by President Trump has top comments that are 100% negative. Positive replies are simply not seen. Twitter is absolutely censoring Pro-Trump replies and Trump supporters from voicing their support of the President. ..."
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    01-15-2018, 10:39 PM
    Examples Original: Twitter: Twitter bans Roger Stone for calling CNN hosts "lying c@*#suckers"
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    01-15-2018, 10:37 PM
    Twitter's political speech control has been well documented for a while. It's nice to see it engineers admitting it on video.
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    01-15-2018, 10:36 PM
    You watched the video but still couldn't figure out that Twitter is censoring people based on political ideology.
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    01-15-2018, 10:09 PM
    Full Interview with Tulsi Gabbard, Korea stuff starts at 2:30 Gabbard: “I’ve been calling for President Trump to sit across the table from Kim Jong Un without preconditions, work out the differences, figure out a way to build this pathway towards denuclearization ... “Our country’s history of regime change wars has led countries like North Korea to develop and hold onto these nuclear weapons, because they see it as their only deterrent against regime change,” said Gabbard. “And this is what’s important for President Trump to recognize. It is critical that we end our policies of regime change wars to provide that credible guarantee that the United States is not going to go in and topple the North Korean regime, so that these conversations can begin toward denuclearization.” ABC Idiot Stephanopoulos: “Just to be clear, you’re saying that Kim Jong Un’s nuclear arsenal is our fault?”
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