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Conspiracies Spark After Trump Orders Arizona National Guard's Military Police To Aid New Secret Gitmo Transfers Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 02:08:31 Id: c47b83 [Preview] No. 5065 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The Arizona Army National Guard is sending a unit of military police to Guantanamo Bay to help with "Operation Enduring Freedom."

The soldiers are deploying Friday and will be gone for about nine months.

Officials with the Arizona National Guard say this is the second deployment for the 850th Military Police Battalion in the last 10 years in support of overseas contingency operations.

The more than four dozen soldiers assigned to the 850th are part of the few remaining Arizona National Guard members serving on federal active duty overseas.


This may seem like a random act, but given that there are currently only a handful of detainees left in Guantanamo base (55 is the official figure), sending a whole battalion does sound like overkill.

Furthermore, with Vice-President Pence visiting just a fortnight ago and Secretary of Defense James Mattis making the first visit by a Pentagon Chief in 16 years on 21 December, the internet is rife with speculation that new prisoners will soon be transferred to Gitmo again.

During his visit, Mr Mattis did not tour the detention facilities but held meetings with the officers and offered Christmas wishes to the soldiers present.

The last defense chief to visit Guantanamo Bay before him was, in fact, Donald Rumsfeld, who went there in January 2002, only a few weeks after the first detainees arrived from Afghanistan.

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Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 02:18:05 Id: c47b83 [Preview] No.5066 del
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IF some of those conspiracies floating around the web right now were actually true I would not be happier to see such poetic justice as such corrupt political elitists like Clintons and Papa Bush being hauled off there.


But seriously, with all do respect, how can people have any glimmer of hope for our completely DEAD "Justice" system at this point? We would need to be under some kind of martial law national crisis scenario for this to ever happen.

1988 01/02/2018 (Tue) 02:55:17 Id: 718dc7 [Preview] No.5070 del
"Sledgehammer Battalion at the ready Sir!"

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 03:49:17 Id: 5e2d37 [Preview] No.5072 del
Maybe they are getting ready to deploy the FEMA death camps again.

Echelon Data Shows What News American Liberals, Conservatives and Elitists Paid Attention To In 2017 Reader 12/31/2017 (Sun) 15:55:22 Id: aba69b [Preview] No. 5010 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Echelon Insights, a beltway research firm run by two former Republican election consultants, published an in-depth data analysis of the news stories different groups of Americans focused their attentions on in 2017.

Week-by-week, the study reveals which stories were the most talked-about on social media; then according to Echelon’s criteria, they break out the results among three groups: “conservative activists,” “liberal activists,” and “Beltway elites.”

As the data shows, liberal activists, like Americans as a whole, spent the majority of weeks with the “Russia investigation” at the forefront of their minds:

The most talked about story for every week this year, by audience. #TheYearInNews https://t.co/flozxW8KMw pic.twitter.com/62EZMf54T7

— Echelon (@EchelonInsights) December 28, 2017

Conservatives also made “Russia” their most talked-about news topic of the year – although less so – and included discussion of “immigration” and “abortion” in their top ten, in place of “hurricanes” and “tax reform” among their liberal counterparts.

Only beltway elites did not discuss the Russia investigation, which spanned all of 2017, the most. “Healthcare” took that group’s top spot.

Data that might worry some on the right indicate that Trump’s election has, regardless of topic, energized the news discussion of the left. After Trump’s victory, liberals began to far-outstrip their conservative countrymen in total tweets, presented by Echelon as an enthusiasm gap:

Liberals and conservatives were evenly matched in their share of the online conversation, then Trump happened. https://t.co/EkNLnUO6fv #TheYearInNews pic.twitter.com/AWcmvKYjdl

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Reader 12/31/2017 (Sun) 21:08:10 Id: 5179e4 [Preview] No.5024 del
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Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 03:09:55 Id: fa6f5e [Preview] No.5032 del
You'd think they'd at least try to focus on niggers for a change.

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Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 18:09:24 Id: 249156 [Preview] No.5043 del
News is posted everyday here though, and its news about real events: economic, social and political changes happening all around the globe. The only "obsession" /news/ has is with real news and current happenings. If you don't like variety and choose to stay inside a hut filled with repetitive and redundant topics then /news/ may not be the place for you.

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 03:31:37 Id: 098e17 [Preview] No.5071 del
The only obsession? My ass. A few /news/ users clearly have an obsession with shit-talking /pol/, and they need to mind their own /news/. It's not like /news/ isn't aware of the kikes, or doesn't frequently bring up the jews. That better than you mentality. So prevalent behind a computer screen.

Crazy Prediction: Do Globalists Plan To Knock Out Entire Internet, Blame It On Russia To Stir WWIII? Reader 12/18/2017 (Mon) 16:11:16 Id: 215de2 [Preview] No. 4542 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The headlines could hardly be scarier and more apocalyptic. In a speech delivered by the head of Britain's military last week, the world learned that Russian President Putin could bring about global financial collapse and return civilization to a communications dark ages by a mere snip-snip of underwater transatlantic internet cables!

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach warned Russia could in an instant end 97% of global communications capabilities and disrupt trillions in daily financial transactions, ushering in a "catastrophic" economic collapse, as the roughly 200 international undersea network cables are under imminent threat. Peach said that Russia's modernized Navy constitutes a “new risk to our way of life.”

The speech from a lone British military chief generated endless fear-inducing headlines and thousands of lines of anxiety and panic-driven commentary, a mere sampling of which is below...

Russia could cut off internet to NATO countries, British military chief warns (NBC)
Russian Navy 'could cut underwater cables and devastate UK economy' warns UK Armed Forces chief (IBT)
UK defense chief says Russia poses risk to undersea cables (AP)
Top British Officer: Russia May Be Able To Cut Undersea Cables (NPR)
How Russia could use drones armed with explosives to destroy vital underwater cables linking Britain's phone and internet to rest of the world (UK Mirror)
Russia's naval updates threaten undersea comms network, says top British military officer (Defense News)
Russian Ships Could Cause 'Catastrophe' for West by Cutting Transatlantic Internet Cables (Newsweek)
Could Russia cut undersea communication cables? (BBC)
Russia could cut off internet to Nato countries, British military chief warns (The Guardian)
Russia 'could cut UK's undersea internet cables', defence chief warns (The Independent)
Russia 'could CRIPPLE Britain by cutting undefended undersea internet cables' (The Sun)

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Reader 12/18/2017 (Mon) 16:11:57 Id: 215de2 [Preview] No.4543 del
Meanwhile, Defense News included in its coverage the following casual and passing reference:

“In addition to new ships and submarines, Russia continues to perfect unconventional capabilities and information warfare. Therefore, we must continue to develop our maritime forces with our allies to match Russian fleet modernization,” said Peach, who will give up his job as Britain’s top military commander next year to become chairman of the NATO Military Committee.

So NATO's future military chief needs to increase those budgets before sliding into his new position you say? His speech also emphasized how member countries need to ensure their own fleet modernization keeps pace with the oh-so-scary 'Russian threat'. Budgets, budgets, budgets people! Cause the Russians are coming!

But we've seen those headlines before - they are essentially the same as a barrage of stories that came out in 2015, also based on military officials speculating and ruminating on all the possible scariest Russian threats.

Oops! Though it sounds like a fresh new Russian threat the media had yet to tap into, it turns out the British commander is merely channeling these old headlines, most from October 2015 after a New York Times story ran which relied on the usual "anonymous officials".

Reader 12/18/2017 (Mon) 16:12:32 Id: 215de2 [Preview] No.4544 del
The 2015 NYT story cited the Russian underwater cable threat as "raising concerns among some American military and intelligence officials that the Russians might be planning to attack those lines in times of tension or conflict." Below is a small sampling of the headlines generated from that more than two year old reporting originally based on "some American military and intelligence officials":

Russian Ships Near Data Cables Are Too Close for U.S. Comfort (NYT, Oct. 2015)
Why Is Russia Interested in Undersea Internet Cables (VOA News, Nov. 2015)
Fears over Russian submarine and spy ship patrols near vital undersea internet cables (Daily Mail/Reuters, Oct. 2015)
How Bad Would It Be If The Russians Started Cutting Undersea Cables? Try Trillions In Damage (Forbes, Nov. 2015)
We Asked an Expert What Would Happen if Russia Cut the Pipeline to the Internet (Vice News, Oct. 2015)
US fears Russia could sever undersea internet cables (The Verge, Oct. 2015)
Russia, the Internet and a new way to wage war? (CNN, Oct. 2015)
US fears that Russia is plotting to sever its undersea internet cables (The Inquirer, Oct. 2015)
Russia possibly mapping underwater internet cables in Mediterranean (Washington Times, Oct. 2016)
Undersea Cables: How Russia Targets the West’s Soft Underbelly (Oct. 2015)
In Case Of Nuclear War, Cut Internet Cables (Oct. 2015)

Naturally, Congress should impose new sanctions on Russia, banning all bolt and wire cutters from being shipped to the country... Before it's too late!

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Reader 12/18/2017 (Mon) 16:49:28 Id: 4d0783 [Preview] No.4545 del
>That first image
I always remembered him stating that it would be WWIII that would be fought with sticks and stones. Strange...

>The headlines could hardly be scarier and more apocalyptic. In a speech delivered by the head of Britain's military last week, the world learned that Russian President Putin could bring about global financial collapse and return civilization to a communications dark ages by a mere snip-snip of underwater transatlantic internet cables!
"We did it for the lulz"

Look at this massive shitfest, download what you can, because soon it might not exist anymore. Purchase dozens of terabyte drives and archive every web page you can find, program your own web crawler and index as many pages as possible, we cannot let this internet be destroyed.

Reader 12/18/2017 (Mon) 17:09:59 Id: 215de2 [Preview] No.4546 del
Anyone who has been preparing properly already has tons of shit backed up already. I jumped into this fear of about the end of the internet very early... somewhere around 2001... 16+ years ago now. I've used Teleport Pro & VLX to back up tons of websites already but many of them are so out-of-date I don't think I'll have any use for those anymore. Nor would I want to take the time to dig through all of it.

The way to really prepare is to backup as much movies, tv shows, music, porn, important documentation, memes, software/operating systems, roms/emulators, etc. as much as you want/need and store it all offline (aka cold storage) and faraday cage all the backups so they are EMP-resistant during a nuclear strike (a nuclear war could blow out the internet and electric grid and fry anything electronic that would currently be running).

Electronic data would be the least of your concerns anyway. You'd need extra basic essentials stockpiled to survive a grid-down scenario. See here: >>2967

Not to mention protecting all those essentials from gangs of marauders and looters that would join together to survive by killing and stealing.

Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 01:42:40 [Preview] No.5062 del
>Electronic data would be the least of your concerns anyway.

>tfw you are the last survivor of your clan, everyone has contracted pneumonic plague.
>No power left, all means of producing power have been destroyed.
>half paralyzed and covered in boils I lie inside a bathtub surrounded by the deceased I switch on the sacred laptop of the elders for the last time. 38% battery left.
>see all the neatly organized survivalist info-graphics, engineering, mathematics and all other intellectual fields of knowledge. No time for that now
>take a peek outside, its so bright its like someone sticking needles in my eyes, the orange dust clouds lift, I see them piling up, glowing half dead bodies accumulating outside the fence. The fence begins to buckle. They will be here soon.
>Open an old html and start a thread in 4chan "yep its gg bois" 404 Server Not Found.
>open my 2TB memes folder and browse the rarest pepes and other dank memes for the last and final time as the radioactive horde breach the perimeter.
>Morgan Freeman (V.O.) "You see, its not the maths or science that will save this Earth, but dank memes and cat videos, perhaps humanity will learn from its creations or its creations will learn to destroy their creators. Then again I am Morgan Freeman, and Morgan Freeman is eternally Morgan Freeman"

Commiefornia Bans Citizens From Buying Ammunition From Other States, Background Checks For Ammo Now In Place Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 00:51:41 Id: 230fca [Preview] No. 5060 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
It is January 1, 2018, which means law-abiding Californians can no longer buy ammunition out-of-state or possess an unregistered AR-15 with a bullet button accessory.

On December 13, 2017, Breitbart News reported that California’s war on guns was about to expand to a war on ammunition, and January 1 marks the day that the war on ammunition begins.

Currently, law-abiding Californians must buy their ammunition from a licensed in-state ammunition dealer. This means that Californians who buy ammunition online must have that ammo shipped to a licensed in-state dealer and pay that dealer a fee when picking up the ammo.

These controls immediately lessen the supply of ammunition, thereby driving up the price for those who demand it. Also, these controls set the stage for phase two of ammunition control, which will consist of requiring a point-of-sale background check for ammunition purchases starting January 1, 2019. The point-of-sale background check will also carry a processing fee, which will drive the price of ammunition even higher.

These controls are in addition to the requirement that law-abiding Californians obtain a firearm safety certificate from the state before buying a firearm, endure a ten-day waiting period for gun purchases, pass a universal background check, register all firearms with the state, and live under the shadow of gun confiscation laws. There is an “assault weapons” ban, a ban on campus carry, and a new law against K-12 teachers being armed to shoot back if under attack at school.

California also has a “good cause” requirement for concealed carry, which allows bureaucrats within the issuing system to strictly control the number of permits given to law-abiding citizens. This single gun control has resulted in limiting the number of permits issued in Los Angeles County to 197; Los Angles County has a population of 10.2 million, yet only 197 concealed carry permits have been issued to the law-abiding citizens residing there.

The “good cause” requirement affords onlookers a great opportunity to see how gun control empowers criminals by keeping law-abiding citizens disarmed.


Reader 01/02/2018 (Tue) 00:57:32 Id: a4397c [Preview] No.5061 del
Gun shop ammo dealer in other county is getting fucked with. Shreriff immediately wrote letter to County DA demanding they step to. But what % of Sheriffs can be said to be good? They are after all, paid, and have a excellent union and bros who will cover for them. I ain't saying its not a dangerous job but a man takes on danger at his leisure. Every county is a tag team between you and on the other side, the DA and the Sheriff. Then there's all the drunks and po dunks and old rich farts in the county as well. Every county is like a piece of lovely and also partly rotten fruit.

Trump Signs Executive Order To Arrest Human Rights Abusers and 'Corrupt Actors' Anywhere Around The World Reader 12/23/2017 (Sat) 13:34:27 Id: 133b22 [Preview] No. 4794 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on Dec. 21 in response to severe human rights abuses and corruption around the world.

In his executive order, the president said that rights abuses and corruption “have reached such scope and gravity that they threaten the stability of international political and economic systems.”


“I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat,” Trump said.

The executive order allows for the freezing of assets, within U.S. jurisdiction, of foreigners who commit severe human rights abuses, or for corruption, for the most part, outside of the United States.

The executive order also targets foreigners and U.S. nationals who have assisted, sponsored, or provided financial or material aid to the foreign nationals who committed the crimes.

Offending individuals will be identified by the Treasury Department in consultation with the Secretary of State and Attorney General.

The executive order targets individuals, entities, and government officials.

In effect, the executive order allows for the United States to crack down on international criminal networks who engage in human rights abuses, such as child traffickers.

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Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 18:25:47 Id: 209bf9 [Preview] No.5047 del
I'm getting a lot of contradictory information about this EO. This may not end up being as bad as I previously speculated.

At first I thought this was just another way to expand RICO charges to anyone the US government finds a "threat" but that may not be the case (at least under Trump's administration that is).

Hopefully we'll witness huge crackdowns upon very corrupt actors around the world during 2018. We'll wait and see what happens.

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 18:30:45 Id: 209bf9 [Preview] No.5048 del
Also, I have two speculations about this list of CEOs resigning, and I really can't figure it all out yet.

Here are my two different conclusions:

Either 1) Insiders know something big is going to go down soon (be it WWIII, or an economic collapse in the US such as Keynesian-style hyperinflation) or 2) they are scared that the Trump administration is investigating them or their companies for serious crimes and want to bail before the crackdowns.

Either conclusion would make sense, something fishy is going on.

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 22:48:24 [Preview] No.5057 del
>The soros billions went into coercing gay people to gaslight fascism in all shapes and sizes.
>they all meet in the transgender bathrooms and loiter in uniform.
>Suddenly if you do not hug the gay greeters that are in every single store then you have all of your property seized.

NY Times Bombshell Report Links Clintons & Soros To Illegal Bribery Scheme To Frame Donald Trump Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 21:39:05 Id: 870afb [Preview] No. 5056 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Dirty money tied to George Soros and Hillary Clinton was used to pay women to falsely accuse President Trump of sexual harassment, according to a bombshell New Year’s Day report in the New York Times.

Investigative reporter John Solomon, writing for the Hill, revealed that payouts were made by attorney Lisa Bloom to women who were willing to come forward with stories of sexual harassment against President Trump. Money was a lure.

One accuser was offered $750,000 and another had the mortgage on her home paid off. The New York Times on Sunday revealed the names of two of the backers and both are tied to the Resistance, Soros, and Hillary Clinton.

The New York Times named David Brock, a George Soros henchman, and Clinton’s longtime friend Susie Tompkins Buell, who steered hundreds of thousands of dollars to the effort before election day.

The report states: https://archive.fo/GXIri

Two Democrats familiar with the arrangements said a nonprofit group founded by Mr. Brock, American Bridge 21st Century Foundation, gave $200,000, while the fashion entrepreneur Susie Tompkins Buell, a major donor to Mr. Brock’s suite of groups, gave $500,000 to Ms. Bloom’s firm for the last-ditch effort.

It was not productive. One woman requested $2 million, Ms. Bloom said, then decided not to come forward. Nor did any other women.

SCOOP: Clinton backers David Brock & Susie Tompkins Buell steered a total of $700k to @LisaBloom's firm to try to bring forward sexual misconduct accusations against TRUMP before Election Day. https://t.co/im1iT36tYS

— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) December 31, 2017

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Monsanto Megadeath: GMO Crops Killing Millions of Kangaroos In Australia Reader 12/30/2017 (Sat) 18:25:15 Id: 406d6c [Preview] No. 5000 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Australian government-scientists have been caught “playing with God” in their genetically manipulating their wheat crop, and whose consequence of has led to the largest kangaroo apocalypse in history whose deaths have now soared into the tens-of-millions.


Though hunting is allowed in Australia, this report says, its 1996 mass gun confiscation law has left that nation with an entire generation of citizens unable to become the skilled hunters it needs to effectively manage its now uncontrollable kangaroo population!

Most significantly because Australia's average wheat yields, which had more than tripled due to technological advances between 1900 and 1990, had not increased from 1990 to 2015, and that also in 2015, they had reported the emergence a new fungi disease named White Grain Disorder attacking their wheat.


In early 2016, and while facing a stagnant wheat crop, if not an actual decrease in yields due to the emergence of the White Grain Disorder, this report continues, Australian government-scientists began working with the world’s largest GMO company Monsanto — who has done business in Australia for 20 years — resulting in what experts call a “secret planting regime” of various GMO grain seeds throughout Australia, but mainly centered in the vast wheat growing fields located in the New South Wales region.


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Reader 12/31/2017 (Sun) 16:25:10 Id: 04c7c5 [Preview] No.5014 del
I wish I could buy organic food from Russia. I hear they banned GMOs completely, they'll burn them if they find them. GMOs are declared illegal and hazardous to human health over there.

The EU just changed their mind, and have allowed GMO foods to be grown. (They want to kill off all the white people anyway so I bet they figure "why not?")

To tell you the truth I am jealous of Russia when it comes to the GMO issue, should be the same in the States! Why do we allow ourselves to be poisoned like this damn it!? Think about that! Why do we allow poison into our bodies!?

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 05:25:45 Id: dab58a [Preview] No.5038 del
Genetic modification isn't a bad technology, but the way that Monsanto A small secret: Monsanto isn't actually a company or business... is using it is bad.

It is always funny when Americans become scared when I speak Russian, guess the propaganda that the Russians are the true masterminds who have caused each and every event in the US has gotten to them, hasn't it.

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 15:44:24 Id: cae444 [Preview] No.5041 del
Absolutely anon, it has gotten pathetic and we as Americans need to wake up and smell the coffee. Stop pointing fingers at the world and realize that our own bad policies lead to consequences. We can blame the Jews, Muslims, Christians, or the Russians, or China, or Mexico, or Europe, or the baby boomers, or the millennials, whites, negros, or whatever.

Fact is American political elitists and their crony globalist "think tanks" have chosen to follow a path of DE-industrialization, destabilization and endless war. This never had to happen, so what are we going to do about it to fix it? Can we fix it? Will all this crap we witness today lead to our own demise? Perhaps. We'll find out soon enough.

I'm done with the name games, and just getting ready to survive and live my life during total third world demise in the meantime. That means getting a lot of things together, making sure I have what I will need and plenty of it, proper physical fortification of all entry points, off-grid energy solutions, water collection and proper filtration measures in place, proper sanitation encase bathing becomes rationed... a lot of this took years to get ready for but well worth the investment and time.

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 20:55:22 Id: 84ef3f [Preview] No.5054 del
>Stop pointing fingers at the world and realize that our own bad policies lead to consequences. We can blame the Jews, Muslims, Christians, or the Russians, or China, or Mexico, or Europe, or the baby boomers, or the millennials, whites, negros, or whatever.
I believe the problem isn't pointing fingers, but pointing fingers at entire groups/races of individuals instead of paying attention to the few who cause all of these problems. It isn't only their fault though, this isn't a slave-leader relationship where whatever the leader says must be followed, and any chance of insubordination is not possible, people need to look around and realize they aren't armed to fight back against possible terrorist groups, or a tyrannical government that wants to pass more and more regulations, in the US, some senators have been in that position for decades. How likely is it that they care about the individuals they represent anymore? Why is it possible for a senator to be a "neo-conservative"? Last time I checked, "neo-conservatives" aren't a majority in Arizona...
>Fact is American political elitists and their crony globalist "think tanks" have chosen to follow a path of DE-industrialization, destabilization and endless war. This never had to happen, so what are we going to do about it to fix it? Can we fix it? Will all this crap we witness today lead to our own demise? Perhaps. We'll find out soon enough.
It will only end when people decide to stop consuming entertainment handed to them on a silver platter and actually try to participate in actions that might result in them breaking the law.
>I'm done with the name games, and just getting ready to survive and live my life during total third world demise in the meantime. That means getting a lot of things together, making sure I have what I will need and plenty of it, proper physical fortification of all entry points, off-grid energy solutions, water collection and proper filtration measures in place, proper sanitation encase bathing becomes rationed... a lot of this took years to get ready for but well worth the investment and time.
Firstly, don't think you are going to easily survive in large cities or densely populated areas, surviving independently requires living in an area with a low concentration of people where you either live by yourself or in a small community where communism could be possible (I would say less than 100 individuals. I say communism because in small communities such as this, working together and sharing resources would work better than in a large country with millions of individuals. A small community such as this would also harbor small governments that would be ideal and would include every individual in the community). If independently surviving doesn't suit you, just become a refugee, although I'm not too sure the host countries and their people would be enthusiastic to let you stay, regardless of race.
This is merely my take on this situation, the situation of Geopolitics and politics in general is massive, it would require years of intense study to understand it and each facet of each government of each country.

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 21:17:56 Id: 2b59ce [Preview] No.5055 del
>Firstly, don't think you are going to easily survive in large cities or densely populated areas, surviving independently requires living in an area with a low concentration of people where you either live by yourself or in a small community

Luckily I live around 40 miles away from a city so I think I should be safe. Not that small a population in my area but its not a large town either. Likely around 1,000 or so people. I know cities are death traps.

Israel Gives Migrants 90 Days To Leave or Face Arrest Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 18:10:50 Id: 95532c [Preview] No. 5044 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Thousands of black asylum seekers from Eritrea and Sudan have been given 90 days to vacate Israel or else face a guaranteed prison sentence.

The Interior Ministry’s Population, Immigration and Border Authority has begun an aggressive deportation program to target the country’s black refugees, on the orders of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Haaretz.com reports: The cabinet vote on the deportation campaign has been postponed due to a budgetary dispute between the treasury and the Public Security Ministry.

In the first stage, certain groups will be exempted from deportation: children, adults over 60, parents of minor children who rely on them for support, those with serious medical or mental health problems and victims of human trafficking and slavery. Individuals in these groups are exempt from being sent to the Holot detention facility in the Negev.

People who have applied for refugee status but have not received a response will also be allowed to stay, for now.

Thousands of other African migrants who entered Israel illegally and who have been detained at Holot in the past, or who meet the criteria for detention there, will receive notification that they must leave Israel within three months the next time they go to Interior Ministry offices to renew their residency permits or face indefinite imprisonment. Barring changes to the law, Holot is scheduled for closure in less than three months.

There are an estimated 27,000 citizens of Eritrea living in Israel, as well as 7,500 Sudanese nationals and 2,500 people from other African nations. Some 5,000 children have been born to African asylum seekers in Israel.

Netanyahu has told Interior Ministry officials that he expects many of these people to leave Israel within a short period.


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Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 18:16:20 Id: 95532c [Preview] No.5045 del
Frankly I don't like most policies Israel has inflicted upon neighboring countries, they have treated people of Gaza absolutely horrifically.

However, I am divided on this one policy, if Israel wants to ban migrants thats really up to them as they are a sovereign nation and sovereign nations should have the right to choose their domestic laws. I'm going to have a laugh when the neo-leftist commie kikes throw fits about this (like Soros).

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 20:40:41 Id: f385ca [Preview] No.5053 del
Refugees are individuals who flee from their home lands due to conflict or a danger of death or injury, refugees are not citizens of the countries they seek to and receive shelter in, and should be prepared to venture back to their homes when ready or told to, especially considering the fact that these refugees tend to be from lower-level countries where crime is prevalent and living conditions are horrid. I also believe that as refugees, they are obliged to follow the laws of the country they are temporarily residing in and should be deported immediately if they fail to follow them.

I would especially be concerned if I observed foreign individuals lounging in public areas or walking in my neighborhood looking similar to the picture the OP included, they don't make an effort to dress nicely with clothing that conforms to their bodies that isn't riddled with holes and stains and have a higher chance to carry disease. Which dog are you going to give your aid to: The well groomed dog that appears to be invigorated, or the dog with matted hair with liquids leaking from their eyes and other areas?

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Julian Assange just Tweet a crypto key? living lie 01/01/2018 (Mon) 04:25:56 Id: c5321e [Preview] No. 5034 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
With the M. I. A. video. / Paper Plane
The song refers to flying in planes, killing people and taking the money.

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Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 04:37:48 Id: e4d73c [Preview] No.5035 del

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 04:40:51 Id: 21682a [Preview] No.5036 del

it looks like there are kids publishing ..

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 15:05:42 Id: 171902 [Preview] No.5040 del
So does this mean he's about to release something big or is he just pounding numbers on a keyboard to draw more attention to himself?

Trump Took A Bulldozer To Bloated Govt Bureaucracy: Over 1,500 Regulations Withdrawn, Delayed or Under Review Reader 12/31/2017 (Sun) 19:27:29 Id: c9fa19 [Preview] No. 5020 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Shortly after being elected president, Donald Trump signed an executive order directing all federal agencies to find two regulations to cut for every new one issued. Agencies also were asked to pay for new regulatory costs by eliminating existing rules.

In December, Trump said the goals set out in that executive order had not only been met but exceeded.

“We blew our target out of the water,” Trump said, noting that his administration had eliminated 22 regulations for every new one put in place.

The Associated Press reported on Trump’s remarks at the White House as he stood next to giant stacks of paper representing the regulatory slashing his administration has done over the past year.

“For many decades, an ever-growing maze of regulations, rules, restrictions has cost our country trillions and trillions of dollars, millions of jobs, countless American factories, and devastated many industries,” Trump said.

AP reported:

Neomi Rao, the administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, said the administration had completed 67 deregulatory actions and taken three regulatory actions through the end of September that would result in a cost savings of $570 million a year.

Those deregulatory actions include a wide range of actions, including the withdrawal of guidance documents and reductions in paperwork burdens, and a dozen regulations killed by Congress, Rao said.

More than 1,500 regulations other rules and regulations have been withdrawn, delayed, or are under reconsideration, officials said.

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Reader 12/31/2017 (Sun) 19:31:03 Id: c9fa19 [Preview] No.5021 del
This is one of the reasons I am glad Trump is president, I might not agree with everything he does or says, but at least he's following through with some of his promises. Thats more than any other president has done. And yes, too much bureaucracy is very bad for our national interests, economy and individual liberties. Glad they are cutting away at that.

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 04:46:41 Id: a9ec88 [Preview] No.5037 del
This could potentially work if there was more instructions included in this executive order, but I fear that while the total number of regulations will be lower, the new implemented regulations will be much more powerful and will replace multiple regulations at a time, think of more efficient programming code that is smaller that the previous version, but performs the exact same actions. You can eliminate 100 regulations, but the new 50 regulations will perform the same actions as the missing ones and much more...

To go even further, they will most likely eliminate trivial regulations that were collecting dust, it truly has gotten out of hand. Perhaps he could have included that these new regulations "Don't replace or strengthen existing or withdrawn regulations and strive to introduce new and original plans...)

Reader 01/01/2018 (Mon) 15:02:39 Id: d9b285 [Preview] No.5039 del
A very good point made there, never thought of it like that before, yes they could. We all know bureaucrats are often reluctant to give up any of their authority or power.