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115573 No. 115573 ID: 206ed5 Locked hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
The American College of Pediatricians issued a statement this week condemning gender reclassification in children by stating that transgenderism in children amounts to child abuse.

>The American College of Pediatricians urges healthcare professionals, educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality.

>1. Human sexuality is an objective biological binary trait: “XY” and “XX” are genetic markers of male and female, respectively – not genetic markers of a disorder. The norm for human design is to be conceived either male or female. Human sexuality is binary by design with the obvious purpose being the reproduction and flourishing of our species. This principle is self-evident. The exceedingly rare disorders of sex development (DSDs), including but not limited to testicular feminization and congenital adrenal hyperplasia, are all medically identifiable deviations from the sexual binary norm, and are rightly recognized as disorders of human design. Individuals with DSDs (also referred to as “intersex”) do not constitute a third sex.

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>> No. 115813 ID: 9dc901
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>Not taking part in sexual relationships doesn't harm the child. Not being allowed to present as their mental gender can.

>suicide rates among faggots.jpg

There is little difference in a child being groomed to be a child bride or fucktoy from early ages on, and grooming a child to be a deviant.

People for instance have had child brides through much of history, was there harm done to the children then? Kids sexually mature at what, 12? Biologically they're good to go.

>The little girl in the VICE piece I posted had a little "Boy Princess" book. That book didn't make her transsexual. It's there to help the kid deal with her situation.

The VICE piece that is no longer available. And that is a tall statement to make. How do we know for instance the child wasn't picked on for something, and seeing nobody picks on girls he decides it's easier to be a girl.
The parent(s) being morons who have little understanding of their own kid and can't make a firm stand to man up the pussy little faggot instead of turning him into a woman, acquiesce with the kid's insistance on being a girl. For instance.

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>> No. 115817 ID: b70387
>suicide rates among faggots.jpg
Are you saying it's a good thing that queer people can have a harder time and thus are statistically more likely to off themselves? The whole purpose of allowing trans youth to present as they wish being to avoid this outcome, you may as well have made my point for me.

>grooming a child to be a deviant
Ignoring the argument in this thread about whether or not this accounts for any statistically significant portion of deviants.

>What you should call him is a pre-op tranny. Sounds kind of stupid, doesn't it?
>Let's make their lives harder just to be assholes.

>If I father a child that read Mein Kampf instead of your faggot colouring books, what would you say?
I guess that's within your rights as a parent.

Take your time.
>> No. 115821 ID: c29539
> ## Mod ##
ooooh la tee dah!
>> No. 115835 ID: 9dc901
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>Are you saying it's a good thing that queer people can have a harder time and thus are statistically more likely to off themselves? The whole purpose of allowing trans youth to present as they wish being to avoid this outcome, you may as well have made my point for me.

You are taking the assumption transfags aren't mental patients as is, and are thus likely to kill themselves regardless.
In today's day and age where many are tip-toeing around them being careful what they say, even encouraging them to be openly faggots they still somehow find it's too hard to cope.

>Ignoring the argument in this thread about whether or not this accounts for any statistically significant portion of deviants.

Well if you had faggots showing you their dicks all your life and shoving them up your ass as well, I guess you could consider it normal where you come from. From where I see things, deviants are either multiplying or they came out of the woodwork in the past few decades.
If they're multiplying, then we're making more. If there was always a set number of them, I prefered it back when they weren't openly proclaiming their deviancy.

>Let's make their lives harder just to be assholes.

By calling them what they are? Serious disingenuity here and it's obvious why. To avoid the fact it's a retarded concept to have a 3 year old tranny.
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>> No. 115836 ID: b70387
I think we're done, here.

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115542 No. 115542 ID: 3f7131 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Freed up by the Supreme Court’s ongoing reluctance to engage in depth with the Second Amendment, the Fourth Circuit has taken it upon itself to rewrite Heller en banc. In a 10–4 decision, issued yesterday afternoon, the court upheld Maryland’s ban on both “assault weapons” and “high capacity magazines.” By so doing, it deprived the people of Maryland, the Carolinas, and the Virginias of the core protections to which the Constitution entitles them.

As Judge Traxler’s dissent pointedly establishes, the majority achieved this transformation by contriving “a heretofore unknown ‘test,’ which is whether the firearm in question is ‘most useful in military service.’” In effect, this “test” is designed to permit judges to determine that any weapon they might dislike is unprotected by the Second Amendment and can therefore be prohibited with impunity. Forget that Heller contains its own explicit tests. Forget the “common use” standard. Forget “dangerous and unusual.” There’s a new kid in town, and he’s coming for your rifles.

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>> No. 115721 ID: d4c8ee
Mini-14s are $1000 new and have issues, most notably they're overgassed, and the barrels flex too much and need to be replaced with either a heavy barrel or have a barrel strut attached. Allegedly the new thicker barrels Ruger has been using for a while now have reduced the accuracy issue but I dunno. And they use a proprietary magazine.

A new S&W MP AR15 on the other hand is like $600.
>> No. 115722 ID: aadd02
Well, fuck me! ARs for everyone.
>> No. 115724 ID: 1d1f00
Mini-14s would be a great value for $400-$500
>> No. 115725 ID: 1d1f00
Also, don't forget you can build an AR for $400.
>> No. 115764 ID: f2172d
>Cheaper than an AR
New production mini-14 ranch rifles start in the 700+ range these days. Take a quick peek on GB and see for yourself.

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115630 No. 115630 ID: e188a9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Couple gets 20 and 16 years for racist attack, judge also banishes them from the county.

>A Georgia couple who rode with a Confederate flag-waving group that made armed threats against African-Americans at a child's birthday party were sentenced to prison Monday.

>Jose "Joe" Torres, was sentenced to 20 years, with 13 years in prison, after a jury convicted him on three counts of aggravated assault, one count of making terroristic threats and one count of violating of Georgia's Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.

>Kayla Norton was sentenced to 15 years, with six years in prison. She was convicted on one count of making terroristic threats and one count of violation of the Street Gang Act.

>"Many people tried to make the case about simply flying the Confederate Battle Flag," Douglas County District Attorney Brian Fortner said in a statement. "This case was about a group of people riding around our community, drinking alcohol, harassing and intimidating our citizens because of the color of their skin."

>On July 25, 2015, Torres and Norton, joined about a dozen other people in a convoy of pickup trucks waving large Confederate flags as they drove around Douglas County, a suburban Atlanta community. Most of them belonged to a group called "Respect the Flag."

>"The convoy of trucks passed by the victim's residence where the victims were grilling hot dogs and hamburgers while hosting a child's birthday party featuring a bouncy castle, snow-cone machines, and a DJ," the district attorney's office posted on its official Facebook page.

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>> No. 115666 ID: cc3303
lmao i didn't realize these folks are going to jail with stephen mcdaniel until you just mentioned it. maybe they can all play antebellum d&d together.
does SoL have an instagram for the buttphone yet?
>> No. 115670 ID: 9723b1
>time off for being white
Jesus Christ Jedi...
>> No. 115674 ID: eed075
>Jesus Christ Jedi...
What are you on about?
>> No. 115703 ID: d0041a
I'm actually surprised brandishing is a felony in Georgia. Or does it go from Brandishing to aggravated assaulted when you point a gun at a person with malcontent?

What I'm extremely concerned with is the terroristic threat count
>> No. 115717 ID: d4c8ee
IIRC in most states it goes from brandishing to assault when you start intentionally aiming at people or the gun is loaded.

>What I'm extremely concerned with is the terroristic threat count

How so? "Terroristic threats" is a general catch all for threatening to harm another person or property. Gets used all the time for idiots calling in bomb threats because they don't want to go to work or whatever.

For example, threatening to shoot up a school.

Banging on somebody's door and waving a gun.

Threatening to kill your wife and assaulting her after she asks you to buy socks for the kids. (jesus fucking christ)
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115651 No. 115651 ID: a1c7fe hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>This is the first time that a senior Israeli official has owned up to such cooperation and comes after several media reports confirmed that Israel has provided military support and direct intelligence to such organisations.
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Russians should not throw stones inside their glass mosques.
>> No. 115683 ID: 334c17
>certain powers like Israel, Saudis, Turkey and NATO all independently and sometimes together worked to promote the Arab spring
But on the other hand, they can sometimes get a lot of friction, and as far as I know it has been exploited a great deal of times before. For example, it is pretty clear why there's two insurgent armies in Syria that can't unite at all even though they are both fighting against central government. It is because "FSA" is funded directly by western powers and allies, while "ISIS" is clearly supported by Arab oil kings. While in reality there's no FSA or ISIS, only a lot of different groups that fight for their own reasons.

US strategists, of course, are themselves trapped in a huge dilemma. They can't decide, who to fight and who to support. They would like to support ISIS to fight against EU, China and Russia, to support EU to fight against Russia and ISIS, and support China to fight against ISIS and Russia as well, to support Russia in fight against ISIS, EU and China. But after all the consideration, all they come to is just more of different sorts of terrorists. We don't know why, maybe it is just because it somehow worked last time (maybe not).
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>For example, it is pretty clear why there's two insurgent armies in Syria that can't unite at all even though they are both fighting against central government.

At the beginning the were BFFs, FSA and IS generals were giving joined interviews and calling each other brothers in arms. I can't believe I didn't save any of these vids.... ;_;

>They would like to support ISIS to fight against EU, China and Russia, to support EU to fight against Russia and ISIS, and support China to fight against ISIS and Russia as well, to support Russia in fight against ISIS, EU and China.

Pls make a flow chart, I'm confused.
>> No. 115687 ID: 334c17
>FSA and IS generals
Maybe just field commanders, and only before actual fight for control begun. This is called chaos strategy or something - whatever strategic point US can not invade directly, it makes sure that it at least becomes smouldering hole of endless civil war.

>Pls make a flow chart
Basically it is "everyone vs everyone" except China and Europe are too separated to fight for territory.
>> No. 115690 ID: 9723b1
Those are slanteyes, they are not involved in the ARAB spring. Tatarstan is halfway around the world from North Africa where the migrant crisis and Arab spring started.

Of course, that's the nature of geopolitics.

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115601 No. 115601 ID: cce514 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
RaeQwan from the TSA and a man with Juggalo face tattoos now in charge of border security.

Also a reminder that border patrol agents routinely violate the rights of American citizens within the 100 mile "constitution free zone" and are almost never punished for this.
>The Trump administration is seeking to loosen some security requirements for hiring Border Patrol agents in order to meet a dramatic surge in immigration enforcement, according to internal memos obtained by Foreign Policy and analyzed by five current and former officials in the Department of Homeland Security.

>Customs and Border Protection, part of DHS, is seeking approval to relax some stringent standards that have made it difficult for the agency to meet recruitment targets in recent years. That includes a request to potentially loosen congressionally-mandated requirements such as a polygraph, as well as an entrance exam and background check.

>According to the five-page, Feb. 17 memo from CBP Acting Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, changes to hiring standards are urgently needed if the agency is to expand as now planned from 19,627 Border Patrol agents to about 26,370. One former DHS official said the current requirements, especially the lie-detector test, are “insanely cumbersome,” and a big reason the agency has trouble recruiting compared with other law-enforcement agencies and even other immigration bodies within DHS, such as Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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>> No. 115608 ID: 9723b1
No I don't want you posting videos of border security forces attempting to do their job, I already know they try every day in spite of faggots.
>> No. 115609 ID: cce514
>border security forces attempting to do their job

First of all Ivan, nobody in the US calls the border patrol the "border security forces," despite your continual attempts to make it look like you're not sitting in a basement in St. Petersberg earning half a ruble per post.

Second, their job is to protect the border, not violate the constitutional freedoms of American citizens hundreds of miles away from the border.

also good job admitting you're using a proxy to shill for yourself.
>> No. 115610 ID: fc8fc9
Newfag detected.
>> No. 115612 ID: 57351e

>Trip-fighting will now be met with bans and post deletions

>Threads that dissolve into accusations of schilling and tripfighting will be locked.

I'm not gonna lock this thread, but you guys need to knock it off.
>> No. 115637 ID: 9723b1
>using a proxy to shill
WTF are you talking about?

>their job is to protect the border
And how do you propose they do that without:
1. Power to question people crossing the border
2. Power to search vehicles crossing the border
3. Power to detain those who break the law

The kind of logic you're using would lead to THE ONLY KIND OF BORDER CONTROL POSSIBLE would be shooting anyone who tries to cross from Mexico into America with a cannon at long range.

Even Americans who went there and are coming back would have to be shot before their identity could be ascertained, because the border patrol wouldn't be able to fucking ask for papers to determine their citizenship.

I'm fine with that kind of border but... you're kind of shite at being a liberal mate!
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115570 No. 115570 ID: ef5f35 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
what he should be saying is stuff like
>gee don, if you haven't closed the doors on BATFE by this time next year I'm not sure my people will continue to support you


The minute-long video opens with two short sentences, as foreboding music plays in the background.

“WE WON THE BATTLE,” it says.


It then cuts to a series of clips showing some of President's Trump's most vocal critics:

Filmmaker Michael Moore: “We elected a fascist.”

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>> No. 115614 ID: 1519ac
>The offensively named FOPA itself was introduced to congress by Republicans and signed enthusiastically by Reagan.
I thought the FOPA was mostly good stuff with the exception of Hughes?
>> No. 115615 ID: 791f24
Yeah, given the name you'd think that it was wonderful, but it was a mixed bag at best. Mainly its effect seems to have been adding unnecessary bulk to the massive tomes of legal knowledge one needs to memorize & obey to be allowed to own a gun without risking incarceration & bankruptcy.
As always the government isn't infringing upon your rights, its protecting them.
>> No. 115616 ID: d0041a
FOPA was the last time, federally outside of supreme court rulings, that your gun rights have been enhanced by the legislative branch. You can now freely travel through any state with your guns w/o having to ship them.
If you want to blame Hughes on anything - blame it on no line item veto, or the fact that the senate should have kicked it back, blame it on Charlie Rangel, blame it on a mere vocal yay or nay vote - ie the loudest won
>> No. 115617 ID: d0041a
Safe transport and shipping is the most important thing FOPA did. Without FOPA the entire northeast states cut off from NY - ie Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, would be cut off from ground transportation, commercial and personal, of high cap magazines and banned feature rifles.
>> No. 115618 ID: 791f24
FOPA is the less shit version of GCA, which is shittier shit. They're both shit. The safe passage, for example, is a lot more than just putting it in the trunk. Any state you happens to be passing through which wanted to bust you for possession can still do so if they want to. The registry ban coexists with an ever growing number of registries.

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115585 No. 115585 ID: 7f4c08 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>but they're going to defend gun rights for sure, just look at what they've done for us so far, right guys?

Since the election of President Trump, Republican lawmakers in at least 18 states have introduced or voted on legislation to curb mass protests in what civil liberties experts are calling “an attack on protest rights throughout the states.”

From Virginia to Washington state, legislators have introduced bills that would increase punishments for blocking highways, ban the use of masks during protests, indemnify drivers who strike protesters with their cars and, in at least once case, seize the assets of people involved in protests that later turn violent. The proposals come after a string of mass protest movements in the past few years, covering everything from police shootings of unarmed black men to the Dakota Access Pipeline to the inauguration of Trump.

Some are introducing bills because they say they're necessary to counter the actions of “paid” or “professional” protesters who set out to intimidate or disrupt, a common accusation that experts agree is largely overstated. “You now have a situation where you have full-time, quasi-professional agent-provocateurs that attempt to create public disorder,” said Republican state senator John Kavanagh of Arizona in support of a measure there that would bring racketeering charges against some protesters.

Others, like the sponsors of a bill in Minnesota, say the measures are necessary to protect public safety on highways. Still other bills, in states like Oklahoma and South Dakota, are intended to discourage protesting related to oil pipelines.

Democrats in many of these states are fighting the legislation. They cite existing laws that already make it a crime to block traffic, the possibility of a chilling effect on protests across the political spectrum, and concerns for protesters’ safety in the face of aggressive motorists.

None of the proposed legislation has yet been passed into law, and several bills have already been shelved in committee.

Critics doubt whether many of the laws would pass Constitutional muster. “The Supreme Court has gone out of its way on multiple occasions to point out that streets, sidewalks and public parks are places where [First Amendment] protections are at their most robust,” said Lee Rowland, a senior attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union.
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CPAC scrambles to control damage after attendees wave Russian flags during Trump speech
>Staffers at CPAC quickly scrambled to confiscate Russian flags with the word “TRUMP” written on the front that were being waved by attendees during President Donald Trump’s speech on Friday.
>The flags were handed out by an anti-Trump activist named Ryan Clayton.

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>two liberal cpac attendees
>distribute russian flags
>to four liberal cpac atendees
>ask them to wave it around
>take a low angle photo
>pretend the entire conference waved russian flags
Unfuck yourself.
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>> No. 115605 ID: 791f24
>polandballs with bodies

reported for blasphemy, nice dubs tho
>> No. 115638 ID: 9723b1
>That post has been cleared as not requiring any deletion.
>insult without context
>low content reply (ie shitpost)
>reaction image without text
All of these are banworthy.

>Personal Attacks are now banworthy, it is fine to disagree with the content of a post, but ad homs and tripfights will now be met with bans and post deletions, regardless of the rest of the content of the post. So watch yourselves.

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115526 No. 115526 ID: 9723b1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
EU passes a rule that criminalizes the questioning of EU policies, directives, or establishment. Euroskepticism to be treated the same as terrorism.


Possibly related, EU orders French police to raid the headquarters of Front Nationale.

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>Seriously though quality of /n/ is down, mods need to banhammer idiots talking off topic, and need some kind of collection-thread for the common political nonsense. Did you know that the Ford carrier is nearing completion? We should be shitposting about that, and how china is going to crush it with ballistic missiles.... i miss military themed news :(

>Seriously though quality of /n/ is down, mods need to banhammer idiots talking off topic, and need some kind of collection-thread for the common political nonsense.

R3ddet is grea8t, censcorsheap make di3ck herd likee steal :)))))))))
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>bad faith lies
I have no idea what are you saying, but this is typical right-wing move to strengthen central government power. Without actually declining any basic human rights and faith in their "democracy", the eurocrats are acting directly to prevent their power slipping out of their hands.

>Euroskeptics aren't "right wing"
I did not generalize that, my braindamaged friend, it's just a lot of them are embracing the nationalism in it's most racist (i.e. inherently stupid) form.

The EU and America both have a huge chunk of their economies built on exploiting 3rd world countries, and the consequences of that aren't going to be solved by scepticism movements. Weither EU wins, or their opponents win, the Europe will be forced to take a stronger actions towards these nations and their people. The resources are being robbed endlessly from weaker countries, the immigrants are introduced to developed economies to take lowest positions in the society. Their frustration will be used by both parties, until they will be turned scapegoats by everybody, and there will be no justice left for anybody.

Surprisingly, it is not a new development in EU and it's allies at all, EU has been promoting fascist values by itself for a long time already - if you know how it has been treating its minorities. Do you know how many people were murdered by typical fascists in the European "years of peace"? Do you have any idea what regimes EU supports on it's borders? And after that they've got what, a Peace Nobel Prize?

By all means, I could agree with you - there's no "left vs right" in the "developed world" at any given moment. It is only "right right" vs "wrong right", where the politics are bickering over method to enslave everybody around them.
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The cutesy bullshit is officially played out. Give it a rest or you'll be banned for shitposting.
>> No. 115596 ID: ba3dd1

Russian hivemind goes on a bender and starts shilling for the wrong side in local UK election

(Oh, right. I was banning references to Russia in this thread.)
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NEWSpe3k only in thes zone.

MUCH apolizege in for destyroyin anus Sensless :)))))))))


(Yes, Mama. But he was my dog. I'll do it.)

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115569 No. 115569 ID: f11f4d hide watch quickreply [Reply]

Basically, they had a memory bug that caused their service to randomly puke encryption keys, cookies, passwords, POST data, HTTPS requests and other bullshit into html files across other cloudflare protected websites.

>The greatest period of impact was from February 13 and February 18 with around 1 in every 3,300,000 HTTP requests through Cloudflare potentially resulting in memory leakage (that’s about 0.00003% of requests).
So while you are not super likely to be personally affected, you'll may want to change your passwords.

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115558 No. 115558 ID: e188a9 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Republicans in Arizona want to let the police arrest you and steal your property if they think a peaceful protest "might" become violent.

>Rioting is illegal, even in Arizona, but some Republican senators there want to make it extra super illegal. And critics fear they're going to make it so illegal that it will result in people being charged with criminal conspiracy or racketeering (and risk having their property seized) just by participating in a protest where others might engage in violence.

>Democratic senators expressed such worries in a piece posted at Arizona Capital Times. They fear that if SB 1142 is made law, it will be used to find new ways to crack down on peaceful protesters by creating pretenses to connect them to troublemakers. The Republicans defending the law are turning to the conspiracy that all the violence is planned and paid for by outsiders as justification:

>By including rioting in racketeering laws, it actually permits police to arrest those who are planning events. And [Republican Sen. John] Kavanagh, a former police officer, said if there are organized groups, "I should certainly hope that our law enforcement people have some undercover people there.''

>"Wouldn't you rather stop a riot before it starts?'' Kavanagh asked colleagues during debate. "Do you really want to wait until people are injuring each other, throwing Molotov cocktails, picking up barricades and smashing them through businesses in downtown Phoenix?''

>Sen. Sylvia Allen, R-Snowflake, said the new criminal laws are necessary.

>"I have been heartsick with what's been going on in our country, what young people are being encouraged to do,'' she said.

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