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    Today, 08:32 PM
    Again you demonstrate that you either can't distinguish grey from black or that you have ulterior motives.
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    Today, 08:22 PM
    It still stands for it more than anywhere else, grey isn't white but it isn't black either.
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    Today, 07:55 PM
    You are confused, civilization is built on top of savagery, savagery was required to tame savagery, if we lose contact with our savage side we will lose the foundation we have built civilization on top of.
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    Today, 07:20 PM
    Rand said everything that needed to be said.
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    Today, 05:54 PM
    Sooner or later the west will either embrace the savagery that supports civilization or it will lose civilization entirely.
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    Today, 05:52 PM
    They want to turn polling places into AntiFa playgrounds.
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    Today, 04:02 PM
    In the latest bombshell report involving the Khashoggi murder, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reportedly spoke on the phone with journalist Jamal Khashoggi moments before he was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkish pro-government daily Yeni Safak disclosed the new alleged details of the case in a report on Sunday, contradicting claims by Saudi authorities that Prince Mohammed played no part in Khashoggi's murder. "Khashoggi was detained by the Saudi team inside the consulate building. Then Prince Mohammed contacted Khashoggi by phone and tried to convince him to return to Riyadh," the report said. "Khashoggi refused Prince Mohammed's offer out of fear he would be arrested and killed if he returned. The assassination team then killed Khashoggi after the conversation ended," it added. While the report is so far unconfirmed, the New Arab reports that so far Turkish pro-government media have been receiving a steady stream of leaks many of which turned out to be accurate, including pictures of the hit team as they entered Turkey and reports of audio recordings of the murder said to be in the possession of Turkish authorities. Earlier on Sunday, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir acknowledged a cover-up attempt. The dramatic reversal, after Saudi officials had previously said the columnist left the building alive, has only complicated the issue for allies. Saudi Arabia’s al-Jubeir told Fox News on Sunday that the journalist’s death was an “aberration.” “There obviously was a tremendous mistake made and what compounded the mistake was the attempt to cover up,” he said, promising that “those responsible will be punished for it.” More importantly, he said that Prince Mohammed had no knowledge of the events, although if the Turkish report is confirmed, it will be yet another major flaw with the official narrative.
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    Today, 03:51 PM
    The Independent Elections Commission chairman has announced the end of two days of parliamentary elections across the country. Abdul Badi Sayat congratulated voters for turning out, saying that around 4 million people cast their votes at some 4576 polling centers. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani also thanked citizens for participating, saying it showed they didn't fear threats from extremist groups. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/latest-roadside-bomb-kills-11-afghanistan-073448732.html
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    Today, 03:48 PM
    Mexican officials said federal police were staying in front of the caravan, which stretched about two miles and comprised mostly of people from Honduras and Guatemala many of whom say they are determined to reach the U.S. border 1,700 miles away. Those officers, transported in a convoy of tour buses and reinforced with riot police from across the country, have announced they will not let the migrants pass a small town near the border. The phalanx of police, supported by Mexican military Blackhawk helicopters overhead, was bracing for a repeat of the violent clashes that occurred on Friday when the caravan stormed and overran a crossing at the Suchiate River at the border of Guatemala and Mexico. Members of the caravan crossed into Mexico illegally by either forcing their way through a border fence or jumping into the river and swimming to the Mexico side. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/police-mexico-try-head-off-caravan-central-american-210504983--abc-news-topstories.html
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    Today, 03:22 PM
    Turkey has recently signed a military cooperation agreement with Kuwait, member of the six-state Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). According to the agreement, signed during the Turkey-Kuwait Military Cooperation Committee meeting, the two countries are planning to share their military experiences and coordinate their activities beginning in 2019. The GCC alliance includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. Turkey already has a military base in Qatar, another GCC member state. Editor of the Kuwaiti newspaper al-Rai al-Youm, Abdul Bari Atwan, wrote that the Kuwaiti-Turkish accord could lead to deployment of Turkish troops in Kuwait. “The accord doesn’t rule out deployment of Turkish troops in Kuwait and purchase of Turkish weapons, including armored vehicles, along the lines of the Qatar-Turkey accord that defends Doha against Gulf countries.” Turkey’s efforts to sell defense industry products to Kuwait are not a secret. Turkey participated in the 2017 Kuwaiti Defense and Aeronautics Fair with 23 companies. Kuwait-Turkey agreement came in the backdrop of close Turkish ties with the Muslim Brotherhood, Turkish moves to become a shield for Qatar against the Saudi-United Arab Emirates alliance, the decision by Riyadh to assist Kurds in Syria and the tensions that erupted with this month’s disappearance of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Tellingly, Kuwait-Turkey agreement follows Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Ben Salman’s brief unsuccessful visit to Kuwait on September 30, 2018. This was his first formal visit as Saudi crown prince to a Gulf Cooperation Council country since becoming the heir apparent. A source at Kuwait’s emiri court told Reuters that the visit took place in a highly tense atmosphere, and that no political or economic agreements were signed by the two sides. The Kuwaiti daily al-Rai al-Youm, quoted a high-level source as saying that the visiting Saudi prince and his delegation appeared visibly displeased and angry. He only exchanged a few inconsequential words with the Kuwaiti ruler, and headed for his private plane along with his delegation as soon as the dinner was over, and flew back to Riyadh. According to Kristin Smith Diwan, a senior resident scholar at the Washington-based Arab Gulf States Institute, the visit had gone badly, and that key issues – the proposed reopening of production in the Neutral Zone oil fields or the Qatar crisis – had generated disputes.
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    Today, 03:04 PM
    Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir claimed on Sunday morning that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was unaware of a rogue operation in Turkey that ended in the death of Jamal Khashoggi. “This was an operation that was a rogue operation,” al-Jubeir told Fox News host Brett Baier . “This was an operation where individuals ended up exceeding the authorities and responsibilities they had. They made a mistake when they killed Jamal Khashoggi.” He also claimed that those responsible for the Washington Post columnist’s death “did this out of the scope of their authority.” In fact, none of those involved in Khashoggi’s death had close ties to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, al-Jubeir added. More at: https://dailycaller.com/2018/10/21/saudi-arabia-prince-khashoggi-murder/
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    Today, 03:00 PM
    A lawsuit was filed against Democratic Rep. Beto O’Rourke’s campaign Friday alleging the Texas senatorial hopeful sent constituents text messages despite not receiving permission to do so. Sameer Syeed, a resident of Collins County, filed the class action lawsuit in the Northern District of Texas Court, arguing the Beto for Texas campaign violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, reported The Star-Telegram. The lawsuit alleges that Syeed received numerous unsolicited text messages from Beto for Texas and was unable to stop the automated messages despite both replying to the messages and reaching out to the listed phone number, only to get an error message or dial tone, according to The Star-Telegram. The suit further insists the campaign pay at last $500 per text message to the lawsuit’s plaintiffs. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act bans the use of “automated telephone equipment to send texts or calls to a person’s cellphone without their permission except for emergency purposes,” according to The Star-Telegram. This is not the first time O’Rourke’s campaign has faced backlash for claims of inappropriate use of text messages. The campaign came under fire in September for allegedly sending a text message to voters asking for “volunteers to help transport undocumented immigrants” to the polls, according to The New York Times. More at: https://dailycaller.com/2018/10/20/beto-orourke-lawsuit-alleged-text-messages/
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    Today, 02:53 PM
    Trump Prepared To Cut UN Funding Over Its Support For Illegal Migrant Caravan Nationalist president also looking at tax-exempt status of UN NGOs like Soros’ Open Society, Rockefeller, & Ford Foundation Video at: https://www.infowars.com/breaking-trump-prepared-to-cut-un-funding-over-its-support-for-illegal-migrant-caravan/
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    Today, 02:40 PM
    Democratic Senator Cory "Spartacus" Booker has been accused of sexually assaulting a man, after a self-professed anonymous gay liberal released a shocking account of a 2014 incident. During a visit to the man's workplace, Booker's accuser says the Senator "pulled me into the restroom," and "put his left hand on my groin, over my jeans and began to rub," before pushing the man down on his knees for "what was clearly a move to have me perform oral sex on him." The man says he "pulled away quite violently" and told Booker he had to leave. #CoryBooker Sexually Assaulted Me and why it won't matter to the #metoo movement. https://t.co/8VQuMGY8bj pic.twitter.com/D5DWnFmfzd — Deep Throat (@TheeDeepThroat) October 20, 2018 Through the transitive properties of unsupported claims, we can only assume that this allegation is "serious" and "credible" - words recently used by Booker to describe similarly unfounded accusations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Booker's accuser says he has consulted with two attorneys on the matter, and has been playing phone tag with journalist Ronan Farrow. 🚨 🚨 🚨 @RonanFarrow @senatemajldr should look into these allegations ASAP to see if there’s corroborating evidence worthy of further investigation... https://t.co/LD8zVF1afj — Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) October 21, 2018 A gay man compliments @CoryBooker. Booker allegedly follows him to the bathroom, aggressively approaching him for oral sex— in a stall. The man declines and escapes. He also claims to have more proof than accusers like Christine Blasey Ford.
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    Today, 02:33 PM
    They think that they can swing moderates left if they can make Trump look "vicious", instead they are alarming people who didn't understand the seriousness of our border problems before.
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    Today, 02:22 PM
    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that unlike Obama's 2013 Iran blockade, it would be harder for countries to get waivers on Iran oil sanctions as the US is already working on disconnecting Iran from the SWIFT network and dismissed concerns that oil prices could rise, saying the market had already factored in the output losses. Speaking in an interview with Reuters in Jerusalem on Sunday at the start of a Middle East trip, Mnuchin said countries would have to reduce their purchases of Iranian oil by more than the roughly 20% level they did from 2013 to 2015 to get waivers. "I would expect that if we do give waivers it will be significantly larger reductions," said the US Treasury Secretary. To achieve the US goal of further isolating Iran from the global financial community, Mnuchin said that the U.S. Treasury was already in negotiations with the Belgian-based financial messaging service SWIFT which intermediates the bulk of the world’s cross-border dollar-denominated transactions, on disconnecting Iran from the network. Washington has been pressuring SWIFT to cut Iran from the system as it did in 2012 before the nuclear deal. Validating European concerns that the US can and will weaponize the dollar at will and use the reserve currency as a global bargaining chip, Mnuchin's threats confirmed that although the United States does not hold a majority on SWIFT’s board of directors, the Trump administration could impose penalties on SWIFT unless it disconnects from Iran, pressuring it to comply with US demands. "I can assure you our objective is to make sure that sanctioned transactions do not occur whether it’s through SWIFT or any other mechanism,” he said, “Our focus is to make sure that the sanctions are enforced." While Mnuchin declined to give details of the talks with SWIFT executives, he said that the Treasury Department would identify “as quickly as possible” banks that would be allowed to process transactions for humanitarian funding to Iran, and by implication identifying all the banks that would be isolated. "We want to get to the right outcome, which is cutting off transactions,” he said, declining to comment on which banks would be selected. More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-21/us-negotiating-swift-disconnect-iran-network
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    Today, 02:20 PM
    A Central American migrant caravan which was temporarily delayed by the Mexican government has regrouped, resuming their advance towards the US border on Sunday, according to AP. The number of migrants swelled overnight to approximately 5,000 as the mile-long caravan set out toward the Mexican town of Tapachula. Several hundred asylum seekers have reportedly applied for refugee status in Mexico, while an estimated 1,500 remain on the Guatemalan side of the Suchiate River in the hopes of entering Mexico legally. It was not immediately clear where the additional travelers had materialized from since about 2,000 had been gathered on the Mexican side Saturday night. They seemed likely to be people who had been waiting in the Guatemalan town of Tecun Uman and who decided to cross during the night. They marched on through Mexico like a ragtag army of the poor, shouting triumphantly slogans like “Si se pudo!” or “Yes, we could!” As they passed through Mexican villages on the outskirts of Ciudad Hidalgo, they drew applause, cheers and donations of food and clothing from Mexicans. Maria Teresa Orellana, a resident of the neighborhood of Lorenzo handed out free sandals to the migrants as they passed. “It’s solidarity,” she said. “They’re our brothers.” -AP The group has been referred to as an "attack caravan" by former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who cited a figure by Fox News host Laura Ingraham that the caravan would cost around $7,000 per person, or $28 million total when the size of the group was estimated at 4,000 people. At 5,000 strong, the caravan would cost $35 million. If the new reports are correct the “attack caravan” from Central America is up to 4,000 people. If Laura Ingraham’s estimate is right and it costs about $7,000 per person where is the $28 million coming from. This is $28 million to attack American sovereignty.
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    Today, 02:17 PM
    Less than a month after Germany authorized a shipment of arms to Saudi Arabia and several of its allies, in violation of an arms-sales ban approved by lawmakers from the country's ruling coalition earlier this year, Germany has once again decided to "punish" the Saudis by putting future arms shipments on hold pending the results of an investigation into the death of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi. In late September, Germany violated its promise not to supply Saudi Arabia with arms and instead approved a 416.4 million euros ($477 billion) shipment to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Jordan. Though German economy minister Peter Altmair wrote a letter to parliament members explaining why Germany's government had approved the sales, the decision was still heavily criticized by the country's opposition, per Bloomberg. In the letter, Altmair revealed that 48 warheads and 91 missiles for UAE warships had been approved, along with 385 anti-tank missiles for Jordan. Qatar was also cleared to receive an armored howitzer, 170 air-to-air missiles and seven air-defense missile systems, according to CNN. However, the delivery of those arms has now been put on hold. Had they been delivered, they would have qualified Saudi Arabia as the second largest recipient of Germany arms in 2018 after Algeria. The initial ban, passed in January, was approved by Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union, its sister party the Christian Social Union and the center-left Social Democrats. It aimed to end arms sales to countries involved in the ongoing conflict in Yemen, a bloody civil war that has led to thousands of deaths. Now, it appears the ban is back on. "As long as there’s a continuing investigation, as long as we don’t know what happened, I believe there is no basis for positive decisions on weapons exports to Saudi Arabia," Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said in an interview with broadcaster ARD. In a joint statement, Merkel and Maas have demanded that the circumstances surrounding Khashoggi's killing "be cleared up" and those responsible "held accountable." Meanwhile, the leader of one of Merkel's coalition partners, Social Democratic Party head Andrea Nahles, has demanded a "comprehensive review" of Germany's relationship with Saudi Arabia, according to an interview with Bild am Sonntag newspaper. Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is also a member of the Social Democratic Party.
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    Today, 02:07 PM
    With less than three weeks to go before the midterm elections, there are signs a “blue wave” may not wash across Washington, in a move that could have big implications for U.S. stocks DJIA, +0.26% and other financial assets. Recent analysis shows the possibility that Democrats could fall short of the seats required to take the majority in the House of Representatives. Republicans’ numbers are trending up in one snapshot of the generic ballot. More at: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/republicans-could-still-control-congress-after-the-midterms-polls-suggest-2018-10-18?siteid=yhoof2&yptr=yahoo
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    Today, 02:01 PM
    US President Donald Trump accused Saudi Arabia of lying about the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, his strongest comments to date on the affair, as pressure built Sunday on the administration to identify and punish those responsible.In an interview with The Washington Post published late Saturday, Trump stepped back from his stance that the Saudis had earlier provided a credible explanation for the death of the journalist inside their Istanbul consulate, but he said he remained confident in the leadership of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. "Obviously there's been deception and there's been lies," he said of the shifting accounts offered by Riyadh. Saudi officials originally said Khashoggi, who entered the diplomatic mission on October 2, had left unharmed, before announcing Friday that he was killed inside the building in what they described as an altercation. "Their stories are all over the place," added Trump. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-accuses-saudis-lies-over-khashoggi-killing-145645171.html
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    Today, 01:31 PM
    My hope is that his plan is to take confrontation with Russia to the very brink of Armageddon and then when all the Russiagate lunatics scream make peace with Putin and have better relations with Russia.
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    Today, 01:10 PM
    Enjoy the fruits of feminism freaks.
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    Today, 12:36 AM
    This month's confirmation of Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh has given the conservative legal movement confidence that the court will move in its direction on issues ranging from vast government regulations to individual property rights. While the court's reinvigorated majority may be cautious about moving too fast on hot-button issues such as abortion, affirmative action and gun rights, the justices are more likely to flex their muscles in more obscure but consequential areas of law. Kavanaugh's replacement of the more moderate Anthony Kennedy, who retired in July, represents the biggest ideological shift on the court since 2006, when Associate Justice Samuel Alito succeeded another swing vote, Sandra Day O'Connor. Conservative groups that could not count on Kennedy are more confident Kavanaugh will be on their side. "Having it be 5-4 is a lot better than 4-4,” says Richard Samp, chief counsel at the Washington Legal Foundation, which litigates for individual rights and free enterprise. It takes four of the nine justices to agree to hear a case and five to win it. In recent years, justices on both the right and left have declined to hear some cases because they were uncertain about Kennedy's vote. Nevertheless, conservatives enjoyed a nearly unbroken string of victories last term, even with Kennedy holding the swing vote. And so far this term, many of the cases granted represent conservative challenges to perceived government intrusion. FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedIn Justice Kavanaugh is sworn in at the White House Fullscreen
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    Today, 12:21 AM
    The United States has asked United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to come up with an exit strategy for the UN's mission in Kosovo after a nearly two-decade presence there.US Ambassador Nikki Haley argued that UNMIK, as the mission is known, remains "unchanged" even though it "has long fulfilled its mandate" of supporting peace. Haley urged Guterres to "initiate a strategic review of UNMIK to develop an exit strategy," according to a letter dated October 9, a copy of which was obtained by AFP. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/us-asks-un-prepare-exit-kosovo-225905110.html
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    Yesterday, 11:38 PM
    About 2,000 Central American migrants who circumvented Mexican police at a border bridge and swam, forded and floated across the river from Guatemala decided on Saturday to re-form their mass caravan and continue their trek northward toward the United States.Gathered at a park in the border city of Ciudad Hidalgo, the migrants voted by a show of hands and then marched to the bridge to urge those still there to cross the river and join them. "Let's all walk together!" and "Yes we can!" they cried, defying warnings to turn back this week from U.S. President Donald Trump, who has sought to make the caravan and border security in general into a campaign issue a little over two weeks before midterm elections. The group's decision capped a day in which Mexican authorities again refused mass entry to migrants on the bridge, instead accepting small groups for asylum processing and giving out 45-day visitor permits to some of them. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/hungry-migrants-wail-mexico-guatemala-040047116.html
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    Yesterday, 11:34 PM
    U.S. President Donald Trump joined European leaders on Saturday in pushing Saudi Arabia for more answers about Jamal Khashoggi after Riyadh changed its story and acknowledged that the journalist died over two weeks ago at its consulate in Istanbul.Saudi Arabia said early on Saturday that Khashoggi, a critic of the country's de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, had died in a fight inside the building. Germany called that explanation "inadequate" and questioned whether countries should sell arms to Saudi Arabia, while France and the European Union urged an in-depth investigation to find out what happened to the Washington Post columnist after he entered the consulate on Oct. 2 for documents for his marriage. Turkish officials suspect Khashoggi, a Saudi national and U.S. resident, was killed inside the consulate by a team of Saudi agents and his body cut up. The Khashoggi case has caused an international outrage and frayed political and business ties between Western powers and U.S. ally Saudi Arabia, the world's No.1 oil exporter. Asked during a trip to Nevada if he was satisfied that Saudi officials had been fired over Khashoggi's death, Trump said: "No, I am not satisfied until we find the answer. But it was a big first step, it was a good first step. But I want to get to the answer." More at: https://www.yahoo.com/news/saudi-arabia-admits-khashoggi-died-consulate-fires-two-005124096--finance.html
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    Yesterday, 10:18 PM
    I said Soros has been linked to it and he has.
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