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118374 No. 118374 ID: 783bde hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Feds Jailed Gun Owner for Making Politically Incorrect Facebook Posts

https://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/05/rakem-balogun-black-identity-extremists-prosecuted-fbi-gun-owner.html
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>> No. 118811 ID: 6db4c3
Americans are whistling down to the concentration camps.
>> No. 118812 ID: 09c7e0
>>118375
My wife throws a mega hissyfit at the slightest hint of criticism, or she used to before I sent her to a psychiatrist. Now she clenches her fists and grinds her teeth instead.
>> No. 118840 ID: ba478f
Okay but what did he say? I havnt found any article that states what he actually said.
>> No. 118841 ID: 2849b6
Society is becoming unglued.

The USA is supposed to be a free country, but it is a police state. The US is no longer a democracy, Americans no have longer rights, and everything is illegal.

The government blatantly breaks the law and then laughs and expects Americans to obey the law and pay taxes.

How can Americans sleep at night now?

What would an American do if he was married, had a house, car, job, and $100,000? Would he throw everything away to fight for freedom or would he try to justify being unconstitutionally wiretapped, groped by the TSA, being tracked with license plate readers, stopping for checkpoints, and being stopped and frisked?

How much is liberty worth to you?

Maybe Americans might benefit from studying King Charles, the French Revolution, the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the Vietnam War.

http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/king-charles-i-executed-for-treason
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>> No. 118853 ID: d37834
Americans said that they hated freedom 100 years ago because the environment was dirty, there were murders, planes crashed, and medicine was dangerous, but the US is now a police state and the environment is still dirty, there are still murders, planes still crash, and medicine is still dangerous.


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118852 No. 118852 ID: a76e3f hide watch quickreply [Reply]
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118823 No. 118823 ID: 61e76a hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Thousands of people cheered a flypast honouring 10 airmen who died when their plane crashed in a park 75 years ago.

The US bomber came down in Endcliffe Park, Sheffield on 22 February 1944, killing everyone on board.

A campaign for a flypast started after a chance meeting between BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker and Tony Foulds, who tends a park memorial.

A tearful Mr Foulds was given a rousing round of applause as the planes flew over. He said: "This is unbelievable."

Relatives of the aircrew and thousands of people from across Britain paid their respects as the planes roared over the memorial at about 08:45 GMT.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast, Mr Foulds told the crowds: "Thank you very much for coming, it's lovely to see you."

Mr Foulds also met the families of some of the airmen who lost their lives in the crash 75 years ago and said they were "lovely, lovely people".

He added: "I never thought I would ever meet any of the families of this pilot and crew."
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118536 No. 118536 ID: 9d4ee9 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Los Angeles to Use Body Scanners at Transit Hubs as New York Tests Them

https://www.bostonglobe.com/news/nation/2018/08/15/los-angeles-use-body-scanners-transit-hubs-new-york-tests-them/y16Vep0XHxgW7sMX8MW08I/story.html?et_rid=738293364&s_campaign=todaysheadlines:newslett
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>> No. 118537 ID: 5c87e8
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you should be thankful, they're doing this to protect you.
>> No. 118539 ID: 9d4ee9
What do we need government for anyway?

If a private association like the MPAA can regulate movies, why can't the private market regulate other things?

When the TSA fingers your asshole and pulls your cock, is the real purpose to protect you or to make you feel like a degraded slave?

When people smoke now, people just call the police on them, but people in the past either took some personal responsobility and ignored smokers, moved away from smokers, or asked smokers to go somewhere else. The problem with a police state is everyone now is either or a slave or a criminal. Who pays the taxes to pay for tyranny?

If smoking is dangerous, can't nonprofits raise funds to pay for educational campaigns that warn of the dangers of smoking instead of outlawing smoking?

Can't people use the BBB to verify if a business is good or not instead of forcing companies to pay fees to get a government business license?

Can't private charities funded by volunteer donations provide homeless shelters and soup kitchens instead of being at forced at the point of a gun by the government to pay taxes that fund welfare?

Can't people use to protect themselves instead of relying on the Gestapo?
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>> No. 118540 ID: 58f2b9
>>118539

>What do we need government for anyway?
Really just as a common base for legal interactions. I do believe ours has way over stepped its bounds but at a base level I don't think a large group of people can successfully manage themselves without some form of government.

>If a private association like the MPAA can regulate movies, why can't the private market regulate other things?
The MPAA is a cancer on this world but I do understand what you are saying here.

>When the TSA fingers your asshole and pulls your cock, is the real purpose to protect you or to make you feel like a degraded slave?
Would it be weird if I got a boner while they were doing that? Ejaculated?

>When people smoke now, people just call the police on them, but people in the past either took some personal responsobility and ignored smokers, moved away from smokers, or asked smokers to go somewhere else. The problem with a police state is everyone now is either or a slave or a criminal. Who pays the taxes to pay for tyranny?
Not the best example there. 2nd hand smoke can be dangerous for people and there really isn't a good way for someone who gets sick (terminal or otherwise) from it to pursue legal action against the person who caused their illness as it could be years before symptoms present. I do think the regulation of 2nd hand smoke can be a legitimate function of government depending on how they go about it.
In your effort to call out tyranny you are being short sighted.

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>> No. 118541 ID: 9d4ee9
Does anyone get the feeling that anyone supporting the police state now is a paid NSA shill?

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2011/mar/17/us-spy-operation-social-networks
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118808 No. 118808 ID: 66dfc9 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
looks like we need to build a wall to keep the republicans out of America!
https://talkingpointsmemo.com/muckraker/anti-defamation-league-report-right-wing-extremists-2018-murders
>The Anti-Defamation League’s annual report on extremist killings in the United States, released Wednesday, found that individuals linked to right-wing extremist movements committed every single extremist-related murder in the country in 2018.

>Right-wing extremists killed 50 people last year, mostly with firearms, making them responsible for more deaths than in any year since 1995, according to the ADL’s data.

>The report focuses on incidents like the February mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, committed by a teenager who expressed sympathy towards white supremacist ideology; the massacre at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue by an avowed anti-Semite; and the shooting spree at a Tallahassee yoga studio by a man bent on committing violence against women.


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118708 No. 118708 ID: 2883c0 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2018/11/15/murder-charges-filed-against-navy-marine-special-operators-in-incident-that-killed-green-beret-in-africa/

Two Navy SEALs and two Marine Raiders will face murder charges in the June 2017 death of an Army Special Forces staff sergeant in Mali.

The four personnel face UCMJ charges that include felony murder, involuntary manslaughter, conspiracy, obstruction of justice, hazing and burglary in the strangulation death of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, according to a release from Navy Region Mid-Atlantic public affairs.

An Article 32 preliminary hearing for all four accused is scheduled for Dec. 10. None of those charged were named in the release.

Redacted charge sheet information reveals previously undisclosed details about the alleged incident.

Whereas previous accounts only noted that the two SEALs had assaulted Melgar, charge sheets indicate that the two Marine Raiders, identified only as a staff sergeant and a gunnery sergeant, were allegedly involved in the direct assault as well.

All four individuals are being accused of driving to the Marines' quarters to get duct tape, driving to the quarters shared by Melgar and the SEALs, then breaking down Melgar’s locked door, restraining him and binding him with duct tape and strangling him by using a chokehold.

Each has been charged with conspiracy for allegedly sharing information with each other about what they told investigators, omitting information such as the use of duct tape and the Marines’ presence in the room, and disposing of alcohol kept in the quarters.
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>> No. 118747 ID: 20d0a2
>they attempted CPR and a field-expedient tracheotomy
lel

WTF is wrong with the SEALs?
>> No. 118763 ID: 5c87e8
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It seems like this is the 2nd post of the month so far on this board.
Everything seems to still work the same but theres nobody around, it like some kinda "after the neutron bomb" sci-fi scenario. I wonder what happened
>> No. 118785 ID: 817f19
>>118763

There's speculation. Cliques driving users away, people losing interest during the election run-up shitstorm, the oldfags linking up on other social media and abandoning the place to wither. Or all of the above. When you don't care about a community, people don't tend to stick around.

I come by out of nostalgia from time to time, but it feels bad. I miss 2012 Opchan a lot.
>> No. 118786 ID: 87e454
>>118785
i ran into a DMCA block on another network and it was locking out this site and 4channel and a bunch other sites, but not 8ch and some lesser known ones. people might be avoiding opchan because it has suspected honeypot status. it was weird my spidey sense made me feel like i'd been hit on the head with a sledgehammer.
all of the doomsday scenarios people were worrying about back in the days when the patriot act was still fresh are coming true.


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118778 No. 118778 ID: 879d10 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
NYC’s minimum wage increase may lead to a business exodus

https://nypost.com/2018/12/29/nycs-minimum-wage-increase-may-lead-to-a-business-exodus/

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https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/18/politics/bump-stocks-ban/index.html
The Trump administration rolled out a new federal regulation Tuesday officially banning bump-fire stocks.
Those who possess the devices, which make it easier to fire rounds from a semi-automatic weapon by harnessing the gun's recoil to "bump" the trigger faster, will have 90 days to turn in or otherwise destroy them from the date that the final rule is published in the federal register -- likely this Friday -- according to senior DOJ officials.
Bump stocks gained national attention last year after a gunman in Las Vegas rigged his weapons with the devices to fire on concertgoers, killing 58 people.
Officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives had previously concluded bump stocks were merely a gun accessory or firearm part, not subject to federal regulation, but President Donald Trump called on the Justice Department to outlaw the devices soon after the tragedy.

Justice Department officials told CNN Tuesday they took a "fresh look" at the case law, technology, and the devices and their functionality "in light of modern developments."
The rule concludes that bump-fire stocks, "slide-fire" devices, and devices with certain similar characteristics all fall within the prohibition on machine guns by allowing a "shooter of a semiautomatic firearm to initiate a continuous firing cycle with a single pull of the trigger," and therefore, they are illegal under federal law.
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker signed the new rule Tuesday morning, according to the officials -- a notable move given the string of legal challenges surrounding the constitutionality of his appointment. The officials said they stood ready to defend against any challenges to the rule, and pointed to the fact that the Office of Legal Counsel at the Department signed off on it.

As for how many gun owners will be affected by the new rule, officials explained it was difficult to provide precise figures, saying bump stocks "aren't widespread, but they are not uncommon."

Trump said in October he told the National Rifle Association that "bump stocks are gone," but how the group responds to the final rule remains to be seen. A spokesperson for the NRA said in October 2017 that the ATF "should review bump-fire stocks to ensure they comply with federal law," but made clear it opposed the broader gun-control legislation raised by some in Congress.
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118245 No. 118245 ID: 225202 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
$8.63bn wasted on Russian "stealth fighter" fraud scheme
http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/8-63-billion-advanced-fighter-aircraft-project-with-russia-put-on-ice-118042000029_1.html

>The proposal for India and Russia to jointly develop an advanced fighter — the eponymous Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) — has been formally buried. Business Standard has learnt that National Security Advisor Ajit Doval conveyed the decision to a Russian ministerial delegation at a “Defence Acquisition Meeting” in end-February.

>Doval and Defence Secretary Sanjay Mitra, who attended the meeting, asked the Russians to proceed alone with developing their fifth-generation fighter. They said India might possibly join the project later, or buy the fully developed fighter outright, after it entered service with the Russian Air Force.

>New Delhi and Moscow have discussed the FGFA since 2007, when they agreed that Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) would partner Russia’s Sukhoi Design Bureau (Sukhoi) in developing and manufacturing the fighter. In 2010, Sukhoi flew the fighter, called Perspektivny Aviatsionny Kompleks Frontovoy Aviatsii, or “Prospective Airborne Complex of Frontline Aviation” (PAK-FA). Seven prototypes are currently in flight-testing.

>Russia said the PAK-FA met its needs, but the India Air Force (IAF) wanted a better fighter. So HAL and Sukhoi negotiated an $8.63-billion deal to improve the PAK-FA with the IAF’s requirements of stealth (near-invisibility to radar), super-cruise (supersonic cruising speed), networking (real-time digital links with other battlefield systems) and airborne radar with world-beating range. In all, the IAF demanded some 50 improvements to the PAK-FA, including 360-degree radar and more powerful engines.

>Defence ministry sources who played a direct role in negotiations with Russia say much of this money was earmarked for Indian production facilities for manufacturing 127 FGFAs, and for India’s work share in developing advanced avionics for the fighter. It also included the cost of four PAK-FA prototypes for IAF test pilots to fly.

>Now, the IAF has backed away from the FGFA because it argues the PAK-FA — which Sukhoi has been test-flying since January 2010 — is not stealthy enough for a fifth-generation combat aircraft.

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>> No. 118700 ID: 6e9258
>>118699
>wood floats
There's also something else that usually floats. Unless it's too old and too dry to stay afloat.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/us-navy-fa-18-fighter-jet-crashes-into-philippine-sea-pilots-ejected-uss-ronald-reagan-today-2018-11-12/
>A U.S. Navy fighter jet operating off the aircraft career USS Ronald Reagan crashed into the sea northeast of the Philippines Monday but both of its pilots ejected, were rescued and were in good condition, the 7th Fleet said in a statement.
>> No. 118703 ID: 6e9258
>>118698
Well, hm, it did not take too long to blame Russia for something. Because NATO is a defensive alliance and absolutely never wants and even capable of simulating GNSS spoofing attack.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-46178940
Surprisingly, media narrowly avoids directly blaming Russia for collision with the tanker, since, it turns out, their transponder was offline and they weren't reacting to environment too well.

https://www.defensenews.com/naval/2018/11/11/warnings-and-confusion-preceded-norwegian-frigate-disaster-heres-what-we-know/
>The responses from Ingstad appear confused, at one point saying that if they altered the course it would take them too close to the shoals, which prompted Sola TS to respond that they had to do something or a collision would be unavoidable.
>Contributing to the confusion, the Ingstad appears to have been transiting with its Automatic Identification System switched off. That seems to have delayed recognition by central control and the other ships in the area that Ingstad was inbound and heading into danger, the account in VG seems to indicate.
>> No. 118705 ID: 5a1408
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>>118700
it didnt' crash it was a mighty and strong submersible aircraft like the kuznetsov uses, if it was a politician you'd be calling it "strong daddy"

also speaking of
the wreckage of the crane has remained on the kuznetsov for at least a week
https://twitter.com/ShadenFM/status/1059380300596342787

the PD-50 is hanging off the side of a 100m deep pit
https://lenta.ru/news/2018/11/02/pd50/

now that they destroyed their drydock, they can't service any of their flagships or big SSBNs
https://jamestown.org/program/russian-navy-suffers-another-blow-as-aircraft-carrier-is-damaged-while-undergoing-repairs/

the russian military is using slave labor to keep it's bases running, perhaps one of the workers found a easy way to go home?
https://meduza.io/en/feature/2018/11/10/dozens-of-construction-workers-at-a-russian-military-installation-outside-kamchatka-have-been-threatened-and-marooned-without-pay
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"Helge Ingstad" is welcomed at Davy Jones' locker.

http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/24887/stricken-norweigan-frigate-has-almost-completely-sunk-after-its-anchor-wires-snapped
>On Nov. 13, 2018, Rear Admiral Nils Andreas Stensoenes, head of Norway's navy, disclosed that multiple steel wires anchoring the Fridtjof Nansen-class frigate to the shore had snapped overnight. At present, only a portion of ship's main mast, which holds its advanced AN/SPY-1F radar, a key component of its version of the Aegis Combat System, along with a small portion of the rear superstructure, remain above the waterline. On Nov. 11, 2018, the Norwegian Armed Forces, or Forsvaret, had said the ship was "stable." Over the weekend, workers had also added two additional anchor wires between the vessel and the shore, for a total of seven.

>>118705
>it didnt' crash
>lenta.ru
>meduza.io
>lies about timeline to cover up how close the crew came to dying
So they would say, there's lies, damn lies, statistics, and then there's alt-media.

http://tass.com/defense/1030573
>Russia’s aircraft-carrying cruiser Admiral Kuznetsov has got no serious damage after a crane fell onto its deck when the warship was exiting the floating dock at the 82nd Ship Repair Factory, Deputy Defense Minister Alexei Krivoruchko said on Tuesday.
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>>118706
>5x3 meter gash in flight deck
>wreckage of the crane remains on the deck
>drydock sunk, only china can replace it
>"o-o-our navy isn't a total embarrassment! look! state propaganda that says it isn't!"


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118676 No. 118676 ID: d76955 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://thehill.com/election2018
>> No. 118677 ID: e46921
If this is a trial for Trump like the talking heads keep saying, I'd say America is a hung jury. Republicans predictably lost the house, but they are kicking ass in the Senate.
>> No. 118701 ID: 9315da
>>118677
except dems magically found 20k votes in Arizona and are attempting to commit more fraud in Florida.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-12/provisional-ballot-boxes-discovered-inside-avis-rental-car-ft-lauderdale-airport


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