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    Yesterday, 09:14 PM
    While Mueller and the Mainstream Media refuse to show the actual notorious click-bait ads that supposedly were targeted to control the election, now we know why they are suppressing the key central evidence. Here is one of the frightfully "dangerous" actual click-bait ads that the media wont show you, supposedly designed to control the outcome of an entire election and destroy the American electoral process: Here it is - one of the Facebook ads that swung the election
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    Yesterday, 08:00 PM
    America’s Election Meddling Would Indeed Justify Other Countries Retaliating In Kind There is still no clear proof that the Russian government interfered with the 2016 U.S. election in any meaningful way. Which is weird, because Russia and every other country on earth would be perfectly justified in doing so. Former CIA Director James Woolsey admitting on national television that the United States routinely meddles in other countries’ elections. … Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian social media trolls was paraded around as proof of something hugely significant (an “act of war” in this case), but on closer examination turns out to be empty. … there is in fact no evidence that the troll farming operation was an attempt to manipulate the U.S. election, nor indeed that it had any ties to the Russian government at all, nor indeed that it was anything other than a crafty Russian civilian’s money making scheme.
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    Yesterday, 07:29 PM
    Israel Arming at Least Seven Syrian Rebel Groups Israel’s mounting interest in Syria’s War, and in particular in picking fights with the Assad government, Iran, and any other Shi’ite factions in the country, have included reports by analysts of a growing amount of Israeli arms and ammunition flowing across the border for rebels. ...
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    Yesterday, 07:08 AM
    So a tiny handful of private individuals are accused of trolling and the entire system of government in US of A is in jeopardy of crumbling down. But all would is Ok if a government poured billions of dollars of funding into NGO's to sponsor a color revolution regime change in the USA, and perhaps official foreign diplomats went onto the streets of Washington DC to hand out cookies and pastries and give encouragement to protesters attempting to overthrow the US government. , and the official foreign diplomats were caught on a recorded call deciding the next leader of the USA even before the coup is complete (Like Washington's actions in Ukraine). Now that would be totally fine behavior. But hey, a tiny handful of private individuals "trolling" on the internet - the world is coming to an end.
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    Yesterday, 06:55 AM
    Mueller's "ham sandwich: Indictment a Hail Mary Attempt to Divert Focus from FBI/DOJ Felonies Robert Mueller’s Friday night indictment-spree, is a flagrant and infuriating attempt to divert attention from the damning revelations in the Nunes memo (and the Graham-Grassley “criminal referral”) which prove that senior-level officials at the FBI and DOJ were engaged in an expansive conspiracy to subvert the presidential elections ... Think about what’s Mueller is really up to: He’s not just moving the goalposts, he’s loading them onto a spaceship and putting them on another planet. Where’s the evidence that Russia hacked the DNC computers and stole their emails? Where’s the proof that members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russia? That’s what we want to know, not whether some goofy Russian troll was spreading false information on Facebook. That has nothing to do with the original charges. It’s just politically-motivated gibberish that proves Mueller has nothing to support his case. ... “The third thing to say about the indictment – and a point which has been almost universally overlooked in all the feverish commentary about it – is that it makes no claim that the Russian government was in any way involved in any of the activities of the persons indicted. Nowhere in the indictment is the Russian government or any official of the Russian government or any agency of the Russian government mentioned at all. Nor at any point in the indictment is it suggested ... if there was, you can bet that Mueller would have exploited it for all it’s worth. ... The more reasonable explanation is that the hackers were trying to make a little dough on “pageviews or clicks” rather than trying to persuade voters ...
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    Yesterday, 06:44 AM
    So the Trump has agreed to embrace the Big Lie false narrative in order to extradite himself from the collusion lies false narrative. Looks like Art of the Deal Trump is making a deal with the deep state gangsters. This suggests he's letting the desperate, on the ropes, deep state FBI/CIA felons that attempted a coup against the American people by rigging an election with political spying and a false narrative and subverting the results with an manufactured "insurance policy", off the hook in exchange for them dropping their collusion narrative.
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    Yesterday, 05:36 AM
    So this is all Mueller can produce? So employees of a private click-bait ad company, that generates revenues with clicks by placing click-bait ads, placed Facebook ads tapping the popularity both for and against both candidates, in order to generate clicks to links for ad revenue . Surprise! Surprise! And these ads constituted a whopping .04% of Facebook ads. And the bulk of the click-bait ads were after the election was already over. Meanwhile, governments of Israel and Saudi Arabia have their own lobbyists, have spent billions (AIPAC and related lobbyist spends $40 million just trying to kill the Iran deal alone) , court politicians and cabinet members, pour hundreds of millions in a department head's personal slush fund charity, get their own legislation passed in the US, set their own agendas as the US foreign policy. And then there is also the Israel-gate documented, recorded collusion with the foreign government of Israel to conspire against and subvert the the policy of the U.S. government and president. Yep, that Mueller is quite the hound dog tracking down trails. Welcome to Mad Hatter Mueller's adventures in Bizzaroland.
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    02-19-2018, 06:29 PM
    Listen to the media and you can become a ignoramus. http://thefederalist.com/2014/11/11/knives-kill-more-people-each-year-than-rifles-time-for-knife-control/#.WordymDk3wI.facebook
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    02-18-2018, 07:31 PM
    This type of stuff never happened in the 50s, 60s, 70s or 80s. And you could own all types of lethal weapons. Anyone with a working brain can see that this isn't a weapons problem.
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    02-17-2018, 12:58 PM
    Society is deranged. I don't entirely blame the women. They have been infected with a noxious form of propaganda.
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    02-17-2018, 12:48 PM
    Chuck has some valid points but the GWB comparison is off base. The Bushes despise Trump and have done all in their power to keep him contained.
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    02-15-2018, 03:32 PM
    Like I said, the IRS is in trouble against an invisible foe, but it remains to be seen for how long this will continue. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/22/opinion/irs-bitcoin-fear.html
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    02-15-2018, 03:00 PM
    However, there is no transaction available to the IRS of one actually selling the said coin(s). All they have is a point of origin and some blockchain traces in some instances. Understand that I have anonymous accounts on exchanges in the Far East. You can move it all over the internet to your heart's delight. Anonymous personal wallets exist. The burden of proof is on the IRS to prove that you sold the coin, but once it goes down the rabbit hole ( see Monero :)), they are lost. ROFL This is the primary reason the TPTB are crying out for regulation. As long as you don't spend the washed fiat on a high profile luxury item that doesn't mesh with your annual income, you are in the clear. The IRS is completely powerless unless you are dumb enough to reconvert with an IRS assisting company like Coinbase.
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    02-15-2018, 01:28 PM
    I took a significant chunk of my bitcoins at 12500-9500 and reinvested in reputable alts. I can make multiples of my money in the runup.
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    02-15-2018, 01:27 PM
    Go to a bitcoin atm. Scan your barcode. Walk away with fiat ANONYMOUSLY. Sorry IRS.
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    02-15-2018, 06:20 AM
    A little Snowden tribute from Jeffrey Tucker: worked in a massive professional machinery of enormous power, prestige, and money. His world was the pinnacle of achievement for his skill set. Everything about the massive surveillance state broadcast that there was no escape. Everything about his environment demanded compliance, service, and submission. His job was to check at the door his individualism, integrity, and character and become a faithful cog in a machinery of superiors. Everyone else went along. They didn’t question it. If they did question the goings on, it was purely abstract. Surely there was no real escape. You could only adapt, enjoy the power, take the money, and die someday. Snowden, for whatever reason, decided to take a different direction. Alone, and without consulting even those closest to him, he struck out on his own. He took the unfathomable risk of copying all the most pertinent files. … What he revealed rocked the world. Throughout it all, he was scared but never indecisive. Unimpressed by the machinery all around him, he saw it not as his master and not even his equal. He saw it all as beatable. He knew that what he was doing was right, and he did it all because – against all odds – he thought he could make a difference. He literally risked his life in the service of human freedom. …
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    02-15-2018, 06:08 AM
    From Jeffrey Tucker: She was born in Russia and fated to live under communist despotism. Had she acquiesced to the systems around her, she might have lived and died in poverty and obscurity. … She wanted her life to matter. So she plotted her own escape from Russia. … Alone … built a career as scriptwriter, before writing her own plays and becoming a novelist. This peasant born in Russia made a brilliant career for herself, becoming one of the 20th century’s most influential minds – all without an academic career or any champions in the centers of power. … Rand’s greatest characters follow a similar path of refusing to go along … Her message is that one person with a mind and moral stamina can stand up to even the most powerful machinery of oppression. … Rand’s influence is still making the world a freer place. ...
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    02-14-2018, 10:37 PM
    It is a distraction only to the short sighted. It is not a single act in isolation. Its not simply little Pence's pouting and sitting for the historic, peace promoting, groundbreaking march of the unification team. Each of the stupid Pence antics and Trump administration's antics is not in isolation, but a concerted pattern of arrogant foreign policy. The entire purpose of Nitwit Neocon Pence's Korea tour was to prevent any peace and diplomacy, extinguish any sparks of peace, drive a wedge between the Korea's, silence any dialogue, thwart any reconciliation. As Dr. Ron Paul succinctly put it, Pence's role at the Olympics was to prevent any peace overtures. From sabotaging Moon's pre-scheduled diplomatic VIP dignitary reception dinner, to shaking every single diplomats hand at the VIP dignitary table except the NK diplomat, to avoiding any dialogue, to being the only two people in the entire Olympic stadium that did not stand for the march of the Korean unification team, to proclaiming "there is no daylight and there will be no daylight” between the Koreas; to promising during his tour a new level of the most extreme sanctions on top of the already most extreme sanctions ( don't ask me what that could be- maybe fining people for even looking at NK on the map or talking about it). Yes, Pence played he complete evil fool. Add to this the both evil and stupid policies of :
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    02-14-2018, 09:39 PM
    Dr. AWR Hawkins–Florida School Shooting: Time to Arm Teachers for Self-Defense Are teachers to join their students and shelter in place while dialing 911? ... arm themselves with chalkboard erasers, books, or rulers? All of these are terrifying options because they ultimately mask defenseless – the very defenselessness that results from being disarmed ... Consider ... Sandy Hook ... The attacker ... had over nine minutes without armed resistance. ... over nine minutes with no means of defense ... What if just two teachers had been armed? How many lives might they have saved, even if it took till the four minute mark to stop the attacker? ... The lessons from Sandy Hook cross over to Marjory Stoneman Douglas ... How many lives could two (or three) armed teachers have saved by greeting the attacker with armed resistance? ...
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