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    Yesterday, 11:12 PM
    Wait a minute... Peter Fonda is an actor? GTFOOH. And all this time I thought he was just riding the coat tails of daddy in a pathetically vain attempt at appearing as if he had done something relevant with his sadly pointless existence, just like his sister, who at least had tits. As for his call to feed Trump's son to rapists, perhaps he should be served up a heapin' helpin' of the same... which is to say that he should be so fed, and not his children who, while likely as degenerate as dad, presumably had no part in this penultimate example of human nobility. The Fondas support my estimation that the "greatest generation" was, in fact, the worst. After all, did they not issue forth my generation, the so-called "baby boomers" who made up the ranks of filthy, stoopid hippies? Where in hell were those of the "greatest generation" when they should have been whipping the hides off of their even more stoopid progeny, who have in turn raised the millennials - the weakest and most intellectually bereft generation to date, soon to be surpassed by their own brood-hordes of demented, gender-fluid über-phaggs, so frightened, timid, ignorant, and dependent upon others for everything? Wir sind doomed, Damen und Herren
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    06-15-2018, 03:10 PM
    I can but wonder what might be the payoff for you to post these nonsense articles. What's in it for you?
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    06-13-2018, 08:11 PM
    Today I was told that Bourdain announced he had enough on the Clintons to sock them away for the rest of their miserable lives. Anyone know whether this is true? If so, it would become very difficult to accept the suicide story. Anyone? ETA: Why would he have dirt on the Clintons? Is there something about him I don't know?
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    06-12-2018, 05:15 PM
    I was unaware of their tariffs. The bit about paying their defense tab, however, I know but had not considered as a factor. It makes sense. Those bastards have been sponging off of us for nearly a century. Time for that to end.
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    06-12-2018, 07:11 AM
    I'm not clear on why Trump is slapping G7 with tariffs. China I readily understand, and on a personal note anything that leads to the destruction of the UK is fine by me. But Germany? France? For pity's sake Japan? Not seeing it at all and it leads me to wonder whether this could lead to our economic undoing. Perhaps I am wholly mistaken, but I see Germany and Japan as economic, political, and cultural friends. France, not really, but neither are they enemies. They seem a resentful ally with their noses in the air; no good reason IMO to tariff their goods. OTOH, I'm an ignorant human. Does anyone know a good reason to hit up Germany, etc.? Trump has accomplished some good things in more or less correct directions. I hope they are not swelling is head.
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    06-11-2018, 11:49 PM
    Are you brain damaged? I've not defended Trump. I've called into question your apparent bitter and irrational hatred of a man without giving any valid reasons. You put on this childish show about his wife having been a nude model. You made seemingly foolish statements, got called on it, and now attempt to shift focus on to me. You're an amateur at this. Either answer the questions or go away. I don't care which you choose. Have a nice day.
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    06-09-2018, 06:45 PM
    For any of a large number of possible reasons. I am not one of them. You have evaded the question in a ham-fisted manner. I did not question the truth of the assertion, much less deny it, but rather the reason for making a point of mentioning it. I see no value added whatsoever as it is utterly irrelevant. She committed no crime nor did she damage anyone in any way whatsoever. This leaves spite and hatred as the most likely reasons. Unless Trump or his wife have somehow damaged you directly, I see no valid point in such regard for the man. Do as you please, of course, but what seems to me as a dishonestly oblique expression of hatred is deeply hypocritical. But let me not assume too much and afford you one more opportunity to explain your post.
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    06-08-2018, 05:22 PM
    "Nude model". What is the purpose of this qualification? Seems you hate Trump for hatred's sake. What's the payoff for you?
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    06-08-2018, 09:01 AM
    I've read it and it is all circumstantial. I agree that appointing your relatives to key positions merits close scrutiny, but it is neither unlawful, nor have they been shown to have committed any crimes as yet. As for all the other "connections", the appointments cited also bear close scrutiny, but would it be any different otherwise? Not in my mind. Trump knows a limited number of people. He is likely to choose from the pool he knows and if those people all hail from firms such as Goldman, what can he do? Imagine you're Trump and you're not corrupt, and are determined to set America "right". Would you not appoint those you believe to be the best for the positions in question? Would you be inclined to take chances by appointing people you don't know to such positions? My point is that Trump may be corrupt, or he may be straight up. His appointments are not probative to that question, IMO. They certainly bear examination and monitoring, but I submit that it would be the case no matter who he appointed, especially for those who hate him merely because his name is Donald Trump. That all aside, what has this to do with the government of the UK being the most hideously criminal on the planet?
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    06-08-2018, 02:16 AM
    While I would not be surprised by this, I would ask how you know it to be so. Not clear on your possible implications regarding the Trump connection you allege. Assuming the assertions are indeed fact, do you mean to imply that Trump has been party to rape and pedophilia? If so, you will have to do far better in terms of substantiation because if this is just Trump-hatery, it will not fly. And where are these circumstances substantiated insofar as Trump having taken a witting part in all of this? It is one thing to be acquainted or even friends with someone and quite another to know all the things to which they apply themselves. I've known a few folks who in time demonstrated themselves to be less-than in terms of character. That doesn't mean my having let them borrow my car that I was part and parcel of their nefarious endeavors. If you're going to connect dots, then connect them and dispense with the innuendo.
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    06-07-2018, 08:12 AM
    The UK created NAZI Germany, in league with the Frogs. Those scurrilous bastards couldn't even defeat the Germans with American help, so they settled for an armistice. But that wasn't good enough, no sir. Between them and the Frogs, they had to go out of their ways to humiliate Germany, bankrupt them, and render them incapable of reasonable national defense. Gee guys, what could possibly go wrong? The conditions to which Versailles gave rise all but guaranteed the appearance of Hitler. Few people alive today have any idea what life was like there in the 1920s. My grandparents did, as well as my friend's father, who is now 98, I believe. He came from a fairly well-to-do Jewish household and will tell you straight up that things were pretty shitty in those days for the common German. While he hates Hitler and everything for which the NAZIs stood, he will also tell you that the actions of the British and French lead directly to the "holocaust". There's blame to go around for all - not just the "governments", but most especially for all the depthlessly obedient maroons on all sides who couldn't wait to sign up for some "glory". The blindly obedient Germans were outmatched only by the nitwit British who are the most slavish people of the "west". At least the Frogs had to threaten theirs with summary execution if they didn't fight, which isn't much to recommend them over the rest, but it is something. The imbecile Brits were eager and ready... pip pip, cheerio, close your eyes and think of England... And of course, the willfully stupid Americans who took umbrage to the sinking of Lusitania, one of the more transparent political setups of the twentieth century - artlessly English in design, yet apparently good enough for Americans who apparently had no interest in stopping for a moment to connect the dots. Rah rah rah... get them Huns... rah rah rah... I can readily put the lives of all the millions killed during both world wars in the western theaters at the feet of the British government. They are no whit better than the Soviets or the Red Chinese. The English are happy to rake the muck, until their designs go sideways on them. Then they are happy to sacrifice as many lives as they must to get their elitist bacon out of fires they put there themselves. What I wish I understood was why America kowtows to those evil bastards. What does England have on the US "government" that brings us running every time the tea-sissies start whinging? I hope that when the Muslims decide to consume the UK to its finish, America will stand silently and allow them to burn England to its keel.
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    06-06-2018, 08:08 PM
    Well, those rankings are dead wrong. UK has raked more muck than any other government by a wide margin. Were it not for those assholes, the US would have never entered the Great War, and there would have been no WWII as we know it.
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    06-01-2018, 10:31 AM
    Valid points, but unless the entire story is faked by UK government, methinks the points made still hold. Either way, UK is the most evil nation on the planet, hiding behind a false front that at least the crap holes of China and Iran don't bother with. I don't know the first thing about Robinson, so I am not defending him. I am only pointing out the behavior of the UK government, which is atrocious no matter how you choose to slice it.
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    06-01-2018, 10:28 AM
    Get an earful of this and reconsider your ill-conceived notions. ETA: I have no idea why this video is titled as it is, but I found the speaker's words iteresting.
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    06-01-2018, 09:23 AM
    More cheer from our buddies in the UK.
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    05-28-2018, 06:52 PM
    I was clueless... as usual. I was making a general statement, but your sarcasm was admittedly lost on me.
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    05-28-2018, 05:46 PM
    We are of one mind. Scary. Then there is this. Why is it seemingly impossible for some people to take even small victories? Had Obama done anything right, you know... like commit suicide, I'd have give credit where due. Fortunately for me, he did everything wrong and my purity remains intact.
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    05-28-2018, 08:36 AM
    Uncle Andy's version: Bill Text: Lucky 13 <name the state> Senate Bill 13 Name-The-State Legislature page for SB132 Bill Title: Decriminalization of the keeping and bearing of any arms in deference to the Rightful Claims of Free Men.
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    05-28-2018, 07:38 AM
    Good, though not great. I do not care that it specifies "pistol or revolver" as this is too narrow. Should just read "weapons".
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    05-26-2018, 04:25 PM
    Very difficult to say in any case. UK is the most evil government on the planet, bar none. Nobody else comes close. That said, who can know the real internal structure of "the crown"? Is it the Queen? Banks? I have no idea. That said, I feel fairly confident in my suspicion that the "crown" has held significant influence over American politics since forever, which given the nature of the "revolution", makes little sense and further leading me to wonder what that even was really about. Consider how easily we were baited into both world wars. The Lusitania incident was a childishly transparent play by the filthy British to save their own worthless bacon by dragging the stupid Americans into a fight they could not win by any means, as Germany beat them stupid.
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    05-26-2018, 09:07 AM
    Define "crown".
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    05-26-2018, 07:24 AM
    This is quite good in terms of the strategy and apparently the EU is fit to be tied over it.
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    05-25-2018, 08:18 PM
    I didn't watch the video, so I am operating on the assumption that the title is representative of truth. This is the sort of thing that disables any ability on my part to quite trust Trump. Thus far it seems that our president has chosen a considerable string of knot-heads who appear incapable or unwilling to comport themselves properly at crucial times. Or perhaps this is all media spin, which would not surprise me. But if, as I have already written, this is on the level, then it becomes difficult to dismiss the possibility that even Trump is part of the smoke and mirrors act. Not saying it is so, but only that all the weird goings on regarding the behaviors of all these people seems too coincidental to be coincidence.
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    05-25-2018, 08:49 AM
    Leading by example. Outstanding.
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    05-25-2018, 08:46 AM
    I don't know whether Nye is an idiot or just a corrupt tool of the so-called "left", but his "science" isn't. Why is it that the people in this world who need the most to be severely beaten with iron bars rarely, if ever, are?
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