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Following the German Vassal State, French Globalist Macron Wants To Censor and Ban News Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 19:20:42 Id: 77ba09 [Preview] No. 5111 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/5098

Following Germany's (and Brussels) lead to tyrannical repression of any free speech in Europe, French President Macron said on Wednesday he would overhaul French media legislation this year to fight the spread of "fake news."

Of-course "fake news" lables can be completely politically bias, and anything the establishment wishes to lable "fake news" could then be banned. As if that isn't the intent!

As Reuters reports, since he was elected last year, Macron has criticized Russian media in particular, openly accusing TV channel RT of sowing disinformation about him via its website and social media during the presidential election.

"If we want to protect liberal democracies, we must have strong legislation," Macron told a news conference.

Macron said the legislation would concern social media platforms, especially during election periods, and deeply change the role of France's media watchdog CSA.

One can't help but read Macron's quote and think Orwellian utopia...


ICE Puts Up A Fight Against Sanctuary State: "There's No Sanctuary From Law Enforcement" Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 18:17:13 Id: 498527 [Preview] No. 5108 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan said California "better hold on tight" after its liberal Democratic governor allowed a sanctuary state law to take effect this week.

Neil Cavuto said that Gov. Jerry Brown claimed the law will protect illegal immigrants living quietly in the shadows of society from law enforcement intent on "yanking them out of there."

He said that rank-and-file police officers are opposed to the new measure and that Brown's administration didn't consult them before approving the law.

"If [Brown] thinks he is protecting the community, he's doing quite the opposite," Homan said. "[Brown] is knowingly putting law enforcement at risk.

"There's no sanctuary from law enforcement," he said. "California better hold on tight - they're about to see a lot more deportation officers. If politicians don't protect their communities then ICE will."

Homan said illegal alien smuggling organizations will use the California law as a "selling point" and that Brown "bit off a lot more than he can chew."

Homan said that Brown and other sanctuary-jurisdiction leaders may have violated 8 U.S. Code § 1324 - relating to "harboring certain aliens."

He said he hopes the Justice Department will look into whether officials can be criminally charged under the statute.


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9 Years Ago Al Gore Claimed The North Pole Would Be Ice Free by Today Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 18:14:30 Id: 755f15 [Preview] No. 5107 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Al Gore is a guy who made a fortune from carbon credits after selling the man-made global warming/climate change/CO2 emissions are bad, mkay? lie to people from all around the world. Also, Al Gore claimed that he invented the internet, but that’s another story. Today’s article is about this hack’s prediction made 9 years ago to the month, about how the man-made global warming will render the North Pole ice-less by 2013. It’s almost the current year 2018, and…well.

The dire prediction has been made by Al Gore in front of a German audience back in 2008, when he claimed that the North Polar ice cap would be sans-ice completely in just 5 years. This guy told the good Germans that, let me quote: “the entire North ‘polarized’ cap will disappear in 5 years.” The same prediction was made in 2009.

WATCH: https://hooktube.com/watch?v=MsioIw4bvzI

Back in 2006, Al Gore declared that within the next decade (2016 that is), the world will reach a point of no return, and we’ll be confronted with a planetary emergency, or something along these lines. Obviously, all of his claims turned out to be nothing more than ramblings of a lunatic, but a very rich lunatic that is. If you want to see how much of a con this guy really is, take a look at 8 Dire Predictions that never happened. Hell,it wasn’t even close.

For a clown worried about “sea levels rising” having 4 mansions with waterfronts just gives more proof to the lie. But his private jet works just as well. Everything the Left and the Democrats touch, they turn political. And in so doing, they ruin it, because for them, the political takes precedence over everything else. Liberal education – turned into indoctrination. Liberal Christianity – turned into liberals creating God in their own image. Liberal entertainment – turned into whining and lecturing “celebrities.” Liberal science – turned into Al Gore, Bill Nye and Neil Degrasse Tyson and 50 genders. Need I say more?


EU's Subjugated Vassal State, Germany, Now Banning Free Speech and Censoring Media Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 16:29:10 Id: 1ec230 [Preview] No. 5098 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
German officials will start censoring Infowars and other media that report on Germany’s migrant crisis which makes Chancellor Merkel look bad.

Germany is ramping up enforcement of a Nazi-style censorship law that will pressure Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media sites to remove content the government considers “hate speech.”

“The Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz (NetzDG) law was passed at the end of June 2017 and came into force in early October,” reported BBC. “The social networks were given until the end of 2017 to prepare themselves for the arrival of NetzDG.”

“…Germany’s justice ministry said it would make forms available on its site, which concerned citizens could use to report content that violates NetzDG or has not been taken down in time.”

This gives social justice warriors carte blanche to censor anything they find offensive from being viewed in Germany, which will of course limit the information Germans are exposed to – and prevent them from thinking for themselves in favor of accepting government viewpoints without question.

Naturally, this would include links to news articles documenting the havoc of Germany’s “open borders” policies which German police and media are routinely hiding from the public.

For example, last year German stated media refused to report the arrest of a migrant for the murder of a German girl because the story was “too regional” – despite the story making international headlines.

“A march took place yesterday after news broke the Afghan migrant had been arrested over the killing in the city of Freiburg,” reported The Daily Express. “Despite widespread anger, Tagesschau declined to include the story on its news programme claiming it was no different to other isolated murders.”

Germany’s new censorship law will operate the same way by burying news stories which paint Merkel and other pro-migrant politicians in a bad light.

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Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 17:10:45 Id: 810fbd [Preview] No.5100 del
>still trying to link Yiddish Merkel with "da Nazis"
>The Nazis enacted similar laws once they came to power in 1933, including an “editorial law”
>which forced newspaper editors to adhere to strict censorship standards.
From the article:
a. is misleading to the public by mixing selfish interests with community interests;
Misleading to the public like "accept these violent migrants into your lands"?
b. tends to weaken the strength of the German Reich, in foreign relations or domestically; the sense of community of the German people; German defense capability, culture, or the economy; or offends the religious sentiments of others;
The migrant crisis is accomplishing all of the above
c. offends the honour and dignity of Germany;
Merkel in a nutshell
d. illegally offends the honour or the well-being of another, hurts his reputation, or ridicules or disparages him;
I wonder what Germany has been doing in that regard since 1945. HMM
e. is immoral for other reasons.
This multicultural Kalergi plan of destroy all cultures is immoral

Not for pro-immigration policies, not to limit "hate speech". See the difference? Of course you don't, because you think this bitch is German.

Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 17:13:02 Id: d188a0 [Preview] No.5101 del
fuck we lost

Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 18:11:30 Id: 6be16c [Preview] No.5106 del
Dude, its the meme to wake up the normfags. When they see swastikas they see evil. Attach it to anything and watch them revolt. Use kikery to your advantage, stick a swastika to a kike and watch that kike get kiked. Get it? Relax.

Scientists Find Alzheimer’s Treatment While Trying To Cure Diabetes Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 00:57:26 Id: e6921f [Preview] No. 5090 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Although their goal was to cure diabetes, scientists may have stumbled onto a new medication to help treat the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease.

According to a press release from researchers at Lancaster University, a new drug being tested for diabetes patients was found to have “significantly reversed memory loss” in test subjects and is now being examined as possible treatment for neurodegenerative disorders.


The medication, known as a triple receptor drug — or “triple agonist” — reportedly works in multiple ways to protect the brain against degeneration and promote growth. Researchers say that a study of mice being given the drug found that the animals had an increased ability to learn and retain memories.

“These very promising outcomes demonstrate the efficacy of these novel multiple receptor drugs that originally were developed to treat type 2 diabetes,” Professor Christian Holscher said in the release.

The scientists added that the mice showed a decrease in chronic inflammation and amyloid plaques in the brain, which have been linked to the development of Alzheimer’s in people.

“With no new treatments in nearly 15 years, we need to find new ways of tackling Alzheimer’s,” Dr. Doug Brown of the Alzheimer’s Society said. “It’s imperative that we explore whether drugs developed to treat other conditions can benefit people with Alzheimer’s.”

The discovery of the diabetes drug’s side-effect is not a complete coincidence to the researchers. The findings, published in the journal Brain Research, point to the link between some of the symptoms of diabetes and their link to Alzheimer’s. Insulin desensitisation is not only one of the key effects suffered by diabetes patients, the hormone’s lack of production has also reportedly been observed in the brains of people affected by the memory-stealing disorder.

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Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 17:18:38 Id: 3f0ebe [Preview] No.5102 del
It's also from depression that causes diabetes.

Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 17:22:26 Id: 466da2 [Preview] No.5103 del
Okay, professor, you may go eat shit and die now. Your bosses sound pretty cool.

Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 17:54:03 Id: 62c643 [Preview] No.5104 del
Yes, bad diet is a big problem, but all the rest of those issues are bad for our health too, and its not "paranoia" to point it out too.

Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 18:06:34 Id: 62c643 [Preview] No.5105 del
Sugar actually is really bad for you, it is acidic and very well known to be the main source that cancer feeds off of.

Anon is partly correct when he said its your diet, yes if you eat crap you'll start to look and feel like crap too. But as far as toxic adjuvants in vaccines, and lead seeping into our water supply, and long chemical trails that sprayed into the skies today (if you 40 years or older then you know these so-called 'contrails' didn't exist back in the day)... all of this crap is clearly bad for us too.

Solutions: Exercise, take your vitamins, eat organic non-GMO foods (avoid sugar and pork), don't take those flu shots / avoid everything except the tetanus shot (make sure that's all they are give you, DO NOT sign any agreement contract either), filter you water, don't go outside when you see 50 chemtrails falling from the sky and you should be OK.

As for normfags laughing at my posts, I really could give a FUCK less. Let 'em die for all I care.

Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 18:31:05 Id: 7b32e5 [Preview] No.5109 del
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I don't have multiple bosses. Not that talking to you means anything other than trying to discuss something with a fucking lunatic.

"Felons, Illegals And MS13 Welcome" Reads Official Sanctuary State Sign At Commiefornia Border Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 00:54:13 Id: fafa7e [Preview] No. 5089 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
For those who claimed the signs were photoshopped, Twitter user TheFaction (@TheFaction1776) provided video evidence:

This is for the haters who said this was Photoshopped.

Happy Belated Xmas to triggered SJW’s & Libs!

Leave MS13 alone!! pic.twitter.com/grDK6rBKMY

— TheFaction (@TheFaction1776) January 2, 2018

Dead accurate. Any place giving refuge to illegal aliens is an open invitation for the worst of the worst to come from around the world to live free of fear of being deported. Vigilantes from foreign countries will cross the border and seek refuge in these places. Illegal immigrant Women will fly over or cross the border pregnant to give birth and get benefits for herself and her new citizen baby. Not to mention free healthcare, child birth, wic, and you're even allowed to get your drivers license, how's that? Sounds like paradise for any non citizen. As California plunges to the highest poverty state with 1.5 trillion in debt. Crumbling dams, roads, and bridges. Graffiti everywhere you can't go for a hike without seeing it in our national forests, on rocks on boulders, creeks, trees on walls, bridges, schools trains, bathrooms. And Who needs vetting and medical screeening? As third world diseases flood into our state. Let's just inject every innocent kid with "vaccines" to keep diseases from third world countries from spreading! Say hello to your new neighbors California! Don't mind the gun shots and sirens. That's normal. You live in a high tax, high crime, police state now. Slave labor has returned to America in a different form! You pay the tab! Future permanent democrat voters! They are more important to your "leaders" than you!

The signs are reminiscent of Los Angeles street artist Sabo - whose political art mimics official signage and is meant to blend in. We wouldn't be surprised if he had something to do with the CA border signs.


Democrat States Are Furious At New Tax Cuts Because It Will Benefit Other "Backwards" States & Provide Manufacturing Jobs Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 19:47:32 Id: 04987e [Preview] No. 5050 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]


Beneath the sex scandals, moronic tweets, ridiculous characters, and massive incompetence that dominate Washington in this mean period of our history lie more fundamental geopolitical realities. Increasingly it is economics—how people make money—rather than culture that drives the country into perpetual conflict.

The tax bill brought that conflict to the surface, as Republicans made winners of Wall Street and the corporate elites, as well as most taxpayers and homeowners in lower-cost states, and losers of high-income blue-state taxpayers in high-tax states such as California, New York, and New Jersey.

A U.S. News and World Report headline denounced the bill as a declaration of “War on the Blue States,” comparing it to the infamous Kansas-Nebraska Act that allowed those states to determine whether to adopt slavery in the face of Northern objections. Others in the blue world suggested the bill meant that America no longer wishes to be “at the forefront of the new economy.”

Many progressives see their vision of a post-industrial economy—green, high-tech, and media-centered—as representing the enlightened future. The blue states are all too often hostile to the manufacturing, agriculture, and energy industries critical to the heartland’s, and the nation’s, future prosperity and security.

The Great Divide

A look at the current Republican majority explains much of our new sectional divide. The states with the largest share of jobs tied to industry (PDF)—Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, and Alabama—all went for Trump. In contrast, the share of manufacturing jobs in key Clinton states like New York, California, and Massachusetts is no more than half as large.

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Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 19:48:10 Id: 04987e [Preview] No.5051 del
California has been portrayed as a “boom state” because of strong growth in finance, technology, media, and tourism rather than tangible production. Workers in these industries tend to be far more liberal than those in manufacturing, mining, energy, or agriculture, and to congregate in the highly urbanized parts of the state.

The professional and business services sector, clustered in New York and Chicago, also amounts for the highest share of all jobs in the blue bastions of Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, San Jose, and San Francisco.

A similar pattern can be seen in the information sector, which includes software as well as entertainment. Here, Los Angeles leads in total jobs, followed by New York. But the highest share of workers in information can be found in San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle — all sterling examples of the blue-state economy. These areas claim they are paragons of “opportunity” — and it’s true if you have rich parents, an H1B visa, or a Ph.D.

These areas claim they are paragons of “opportunity” — and it’s true if you have rich parents, an H1B visa, or a Ph.D.

>and it’s true if you have rich parents, an H1B visa, or a Ph.D.

Reader 01/03/2018 (Wed) 00:24:10 Id: 5dc11c [Preview] No.5088 del
>Many progressives see their vision of a post-industrial economy

That makes sense.

Did this article just admit that so-called "progressives" do not want to see our domestic economy thriving again, or our jobs coming back to America? Yes, I do believe they did.

As far as scoffing about how "manufacturing is stagnant or declining in many blue states" and then later admitting those blue states "are paragons of “opportunity” — and it’s true if you have rich parents, an H1B visa, or a Ph.D." ... well OK folks.

That just tells us one thing: these "progressives" look at common folk as if we are utter scum and don't deserve to make a living or income, that we don't deserve to be part of society because, after all, we are "backwards" in our ways in our "low-cost states."

Typical snotty elitist arrogance. This is exactly why I voted Republican. How dare I - a middle class taxpaying serf - desire my children to have a bright future and opportunity! After all, I was never born rich, or got a H1B visa, nor do I have a Ph.D! What lowlife scum I am right?

Bill Gates Plans To Mass Murder Children With New Super-tox Release Reader 12/28/2017 (Thu) 16:15:11 Id: 4f6b3d [Preview] No. 4926 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Bill Gates has expressed an interest in distributing a new type of vaccine that combines dozens of individual shots in one ‘slow release’ super vaccine.

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a new 3D fabrication technique that will allow a cocktail of drugs or vaccines to be delivered to a patient over an extended period of time – with just one jab needed.

Naturalblaze.com reports: Research Scientist with MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, Ana Jalkenec, told Digital Journal in an interview, that:

We figured out a way to make tiny polymer cups, smaller than a grain of sand, that can be filled with any drug, including vaccines. Once filled, these cups are sealed with a lid made from the same material, and the drug or vaccine is protected inside. Because the microparticles are so small, hundreds can be injected into the arm just like any vaccine. Once in the body, the cups stay closed and open up at a predetermined time, releasing the drug or vaccine. This is exciting because one can fill the different cups with essentially all the vaccines and boosters, and potentially have the 10 to 20 required vaccinations all in one shot.

“These particles are made of a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved polymer, which degrades once inside the human body, and allows each one to be “programmed” to degrade at a different time” writes Dormehl. “In experiments involving mice, the researchers showed that the particles injected during one injection could release their contents — with no early leakage — at intervals of 9, 20, and 41 days.”

As is typical with the vaccine lobby, however, no mention was made of potential side effects since vaccine Nazis rarely, if ever, admit that such a thing even exists.

Still, it is important to remember the now famous words of Bill Gates himself, when he said “The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”

If the researchers are successful, Gates can lower the populations he deems in need of lowering in one shot instead of several.


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Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 17:50:20 Id: 77dde4 [Preview] No.5082 del
>This cannot - and will not - continue forever!
Of course it won't. It's all going to crash. Here's a video for you, my excitable friend.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=iFDe5kUUyT0 [Embed]

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 18:20:31 Id: 8c0004 [Preview] No.5083 del
I've heard of Mike Maloney before, smart guy as I recall. He still making presentations?

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 18:58:28 Id: 8c0004 [Preview] No.5084 del
Great video, it describes the fraud that is Keynesian economics very well in a nutshell. Better that I ever could have explained it! I recall watching the fist first few in this series a while back ago. Have not seen any of the other new videos before so I definitely will check them out. Thanks for posting.

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 21:15:13 Id: caa257 [Preview] No.5085 del
>For your information
>constant and aggressive strawmanning and deflection in every thread

not what 'information' means, but there's another word for your shit

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 21:22:55 Id: 77dde4 [Preview] No.5087 del
>"strawmanning and deflection"
Two things. One, I recognize at least one other post of yours because you've made that accusation before. It's not on this board. Two, you're recognizing the wrong person. 8c0004 isn't that one guy you hate because you're a jew troll.

DHS Announces Program to ILLEGALLY Scan Our Faces, Forcing Us to Pay For It Reader 12/30/2017 (Sat) 01:54:19 Id: 5cb204 [Preview] No. 4985 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Both Congress and the Department of Homeland Security have never justified the biometric scanners at airports that could cost Americans $1 billion in 2018.

As TSA agents continue to prove their incompetence in the “War on Terror,” the Department of Homeland Security is now allocating $1 billion in taxpayer funding to create a facial recognition program that will illegally scan Americans’ faces.

A study conducted by Georgetown Law’s Center for Privacy and Technology looked at the biometric scanners that are creating an inventory of the faces of individuals leaving the country at airports across the United States. While they are only at certain major airports right now, the full implementation of these scanners could cost Americans up to $1 billion.

The study noted that while the “9/11 Response and Biometric Exit Account” created by Congress has the funds for the program, “neither Congress nor DHS has ever justified the need for the program.”

In addition to the fact that Congress has never provided a reason why the system is needed in the U.S., the study claimed that DHS has “repeatedly questioned ‘the additional value biometric air exit would provide’ compared with the status quo and the ‘overall value and cost of a biometric air exit capability,’ even as it has worked to build it.”

As the researchers from Georgetown Law noted:

“DHS’ biometric exit program also stands on shaky legal ground. Congress has repeatedly ordered the collection of biometrics from foreign nationals at the border, but has never clearly authorized the border collection of biometrics from American citizens using face recognition technology. Without explicit authorization, DHS should not be scanning the faces of Americans as they depart on international flights—but DHS is doing it anyway. DHS also is failing to comply with a federal law requiring it to conduct a rulemaking process to implement the airport face scanning program—a process that DHS has not even started.”

The study also found that the biometric scanners used by DHS are not reliable, and often make mistakes. In fact, “according to DHS’ own data, DHS’ face recognition systems erroneously reject as many as 1 in 25 travelers using valid credentials.” This means that at the country’s busiest airports, more than 1,500 travelers could be wrongfully denied boarding in a single day.


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Reader 12/31/2017 (Sun) 16:41:34 Id: f9e7d3 [Preview] No.5015 del
Here's the solution, just start boycotting all this stuff that is used to spy on us like that.

For example, I refuse to fly anymore. TSA acts like a gestapo reaching their hands down people's pants/panties... blasting people with dangerous levels of radiation... so why should I fly? I don't. I drive where I need to go! If I want to travel offshore I'll do it by a boat cruise or hire a private company to fly me out there and pay a little extra money! There! Done. They don't get to blast me with radiation or stick their hands down my pants! They lost a costumer!

And you know what? I do the same will those spyphones. I won't buy one. I only use an old flip phone, and I aways cover up the cameras with black electric tape! There! Done! I save money doing that too. Laptop camera? Removed! Hahaha!

Spy on my dragnet? OK! I'll use a private VPN encryption service! Spy on my browser agents? OK, I spoof those now too, with noscript blocking all those nasty scripts!

We have to find solutions to all of this stuff rather than just complain.

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 02:40:44 Id: 1d52e7 [Preview] No.5067 del
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Could it be a way to weed or track traitors? If the ships going down, how many people would try to leave in mass in a sort of exodus. There's no valid reason as of right now to have something like that in place except for precision and efficiency reasons, but if you can reliably track people coming in or out through conventional means, how could the info be used against public favor?

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 02:55:10 Id: 683df3 [Preview] No.5069 del
Interesting conclusion. Possible. We all know the TSA has had a lot of surveillance already, why would they possibly need more of it? They could be looking for specific high-level targets in this case.

Considering what the US is faced with in a nutshell, I'd have to say its definitely possible. 1) The US government has been hijacked for a long time now by organized criminals, 2) we finally have some new blood in the government, and the old guard is definitely showing signs of worry, 3) the US petrodollar reserve currency status is being vastly undermined by BRICS nations and our economic problems are only becoming more complex and dangerous, 4) when economic crisis occurs governments often become desperate and will take desperate measures (a prime example, Saudi Arabia in 2017: they purged their elite class, took away 90% of wealth from the royal elitists, tortured and jailed them... simply just to bailout their corrupted insolvent debt-ridden system).

Could the same happen in the US in the near future? Yes, possibly. Hopefully. But I still have my doubts.

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 16:46:00 Id: 1d52e7 [Preview] No.5079 del
The oddest part about all of this is the hyper fear of terrorism. If terrorism can simply be defined as an ideological attack in a sense, it sounds like a clash of ideologies got really out of hand to be taking this many precautions. It could even be interpreted as a sign of a failing country in a sense if at the point where suppression is more important than your core principality. I get that they want to keep the peace and maximize security, but for people to be manipulated in mass like this just to maintain justification, was the decision that caused this in the first place a decision of the people, or someone's act of selfishness?

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 17:23:38 Id: 30a63f [Preview] No.5081 del
Well, you must remember that Big Tech (that means surveillance) is a major industry within the United States. Big Tech is subsidized by tax payers by the federal government, who pay for massive contracts and roll outs to expand their police state. This is typical of socialism, and I will take flack for saying that, but its true.

Governments are not subsidizing productive industries, they are subsidizing unethical heavily corrupt industries at our expense. Think industries that only farm GMO crops. News flash: if you grow organic foods, no subsidies for you! If you grow govt-approved GMO poison to depopulate the Earth and poison people, you'll be paid very very well, goyim! News flash: if you manufacture and sell products that benefit and free people (like mechanical trucks or old-school cars) no subsidies for you! If you are Elon Musk who invents and manufactures small shitty digital driverless spy-mobiles on the other hand, you'll be paid very very well by government subsidies! If you own brick or mortar stores, no subsidies for you! If you are a former CIA contractor like Jeff Bezos who monopolizes industry and destroys competition, ohhhhh yah, you get all the tax cuts and subsidies the government can offer!!!

Its a very unfair system, directed to consolidate wealth for the privileged at everyone else's expense (the taxpayers' burden). Typical Keynesian economics at play, which only dimwit slaves and their oligarch masters endorse.

The Trump Effect: Businesses, Anticipating Less Regulation, Will Be Investing and Hiring More Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 04:45:48 Id: aaa919 [Preview] No. 5074 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/5020

A wave of optimism has swept over American business leaders, and it is beginning to translate into the sort of investment in new plants, equipment and factory upgrades that bolsters economic growth, spurs job creation — and may finally raise wages significantly.

While business leaders are eager for the tax cuts that take effect this year, the newfound confidence was initially inspired by the Trump administration’s regulatory pullback, not so much because deregulation is saving companies money but because the administration has instilled a faith in business executives that new regulations are not coming.

“It’s an overall sense that you’re not going to face any new regulatory fights,” said Granger MacDonald, a home builder in Kerrville, Tex. “We’re not spending more, which is the main thing. We’re not seeing any savings, but we’re not seeing any increases.”

The applause from top executives has been largely reserved for the administration’s economic policy agenda. Many chief executives have been publicly critical of President Trump’s approach to social and cultural issues, including his response to a white nationalist march over the summer in Charlottesville, Va. and his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord.

There is little historical evidence tying regulation levels to growth. Regulatory proponents say, in fact, that those rules can have positive economic effects in the long run, saving companies from violations that could cost them both financially and reputationally.

Years of increased environmental, financial and other regulatory disasters by the Obama administration wrecked investments and killed jobs. Mr. Trump’s more hands-off approach has unleashed the “animal spirits” of companies that had hoarded cash after the depression of 2008.

Some businesses will essentially be able to get away with shortcuts that they could not have under a continuation of Obama-era policies. The coal industry, for instance, will not have to worry about a regulation, overturned by Congress and Mr. Trump, that would have protected streams from mining runoff.

Brett Hartl, the government affairs director at the Center for Biological Diversity, said the Trump administration might avoid big-splash regulatory rollbacks this year and instead would make it harder for federal agencies to block business expansion.

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Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 17:03:36 Id: d35034 [Preview] No.5080 del
This is a good start, along with the tax cuts, but both only temporary solutions. With the US petrodollar reserve currency status $$$ being challenged throughout the world, and being vastly bypassed and undermined in trade, even the most significant tax cuts and non-interventionist policies will NOT be enough to save our economy at this point.

I predict some industry coming back and this will certainly boost the "wave of optimism" but the root problem remains: nation-wide debt insolvency, bloated govt overspending, ever increasing welfare reliance (not a good sign for jobs coming back) and hyperinflation via crooked fiat debt creation (unaudited and backed by thin air: think WIRP, ZIRP, NIRP, TWIST, QE1, QE2, QE-to-infinite ... !)

We must return back to Austrian economic principles (such as instituted by the Bretton Woods Agreement) or the system will continue to rot from under us until we all fall into third world strife. Sure, we'll own a lot more factories, but what good does that do if the US petrodollar faces hyperinflation? Those new factories would end becoming homeless shelters within the next 8 to 10 years!