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119029 No. 119029 ID: 2015f2 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
House panel OKs highway surveillance bill that would fine uninsured drivers

https://www.providencejournal.com/news/20170620/house-panel-oks-highway-surveillance-bill-that-would-fine-uninsured-drivers?ref=patrick.net


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119025 No. 119025 ID: d21e5b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/09/14/business/saudi-oil-output-impacted-drone-attack/index.html

Drone strikes on crucial Saudi Arabian oil facilities have disrupted about half of the kingdom's oil capacity, or 5% of the daily global oil supply, people with knowledge of Saudi's oil operations told CNN Business.

Yemen's Houthi rebels on Saturday took responsibility for the attacks, saying 10 drones targeted state-owned Saudi Aramco oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais, according to the Houthi-run Al-Masirah news agency.

Five million barrels per day of crude production have been impacted after fires raged at the sites, one of them the world's largest oil production facility, people with knowledge of the kingdom's operations said. The latest OPEC figures from August 2019 put the total Saudi production at 9.8 million barrels per day.
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https://beta.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/trump-has-dug-himself-into-a-hole-with-iran/2019/09/16/513021d0-d89b-11e9-bfb1-849887369476_story.html?noredirect=on

CONFLICTING REPORTS were circulating Monday about who launched the devastating attack on Saudi oil production facilities Saturday, and from where. Though Yemen’s Houthi rebels claimed credit, Saudi Arabia and the United States said the assault did not come from Yemen; both blamed Iran, but without providing evidence. What is certain is that the strike represented a major escalation in the conflict in the Persian Gulf — and that President Trump, who triggered the crisis with his “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran, seems to have lost any ability to control it.

Iran has been engaged in aggression across the Middle East for years, including in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Syria. But Mr. Trump’s decision to walk away from the international agreement limiting Iran’s nuclear program and to apply crushing new sanctions has provoked Iran, inexcusably but predictably, to ratchet up that aggression. The U.S. attempt to block all Iranian oil exports, which has delivered a powerful blow to the Islamic republic’s economy, was itself a virtual act of war. Tehran first responded with attacks on tankers in the Persian Gulf, and now comes the stunning air raid on Saudi oil facilities — which, wherever it came from, very likely had Iranian sponsorship or support.

Mr. Trump’s ability to respond effectively is severely limited compared to previous U.S. presidents. Few believe his pronouncements, so barring the presentation of overwhelming evidence, claims of Iranian responsibility will not persuade even close U.S. allies. European states that joined U.S. operations to secure the Persian Gulf in the past are very reluctant to do so now, because they fear Mr. Trump will drag them into a war. Even some of Iran’s foremost adversaries don’t want a conflict with Iran presided over by an erratic and unstable U.S. president, who already canceled one military strike at the last minute.

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The attack should not go unanswered, but the best response may not be a military one. Mr. Trump risks compounding his strategic problems if he acts hastily or recklessly. The United States must first work to definitively establish who was responsible for the operation and how it was carried out, and make that information public. Especially since it was Saudi and not U.S. assets that were struck, no retaliatory U.S. military action should be undertaken without consultation with Congress.

Mr. Trump likely would encounter bipartisan resistance there. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has himself done much to destabilize the
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118846 No. 118846 ID: d1814c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-47578798
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>> No. 118859 ID: 22ba78
>>118858
If you support group punishment you are a barbaric piece of shit. Pretty simple.
>> No. 118861 ID: a76e3f
>>118859
No point in setting rules for yourself if the opponent doesn't play by them as well. You should deal the same punishment back, preferably even more vicious and cruel.
>> No. 118862 ID: 2fe849
Fuckin' shackledraggers.
>> No. 118863 ID: 1e5625
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Leave it to australians to enact gun bans and censorship everywhere.
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And now thanks to El Paso shooting 8chan has been down for a week, and will be down for three more weeks
I may ask, where is the SHTF/Prepping thread?


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118543 No. 118543 ID: 9d4ee9 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
FCC shuts down Alex Jones’ pirate flagship radio station

https://apnews.com/6581e53d64bb41ee812de5d707b0d57d
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>> No. 118730 ID: ae7fdb
No one hates freedom more than Americans do.
>> No. 118864 ID: d37834
If Americans don't defend free speech, religious freedom, gun rights, freedom from unconstitutional searches and seizures, the right to silence, and the freedom from torture and extrajudicial assassination, what part of the Bill of Rights do they support?

What country is this?
>> No. 118875 ID: 772231
One wonders if Snowden regrets throwing away his life to warn ungrateful Americans about unconstitutional NSA wire-tapping.
>> No. 118879 ID: fe78f8
>>118864
The 4th amendment protects against UNREASONABLE searches and seizures.
Which means reasonable searches and seizures are allowed without a warrant.
The courts have established several common reasonable searches. One example is search incident to arrest. When you get arrested, you are searched prior to incarceration in jail.
Most people don’t understand the law, and often, when I see YouTube videos with people complaining about an unlawful search, they are mistaken.
When a cop does make a bad search, the defense attorneys, and the judge will toss the evidence. That is the way it is supposed to work.
>> No. 118880 ID: d189e4
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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118743 No. 118743 ID: 83b99f hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Police buys lie detector tool that measures pupils

https://www.idahopress.com/news/local/2cscoop/boise-police-buys-lie-detector-tool-that-measures-pupils/article_36faf298-1d8b-5ef7-86d0-808e3453dc81.html
>> No. 118744 ID: 9dcda2
  >>118743
I wonder where they got the idea?
>> No. 118745 ID: 83b99f
Americans used to think hippies were lazy fruits for dropping out during the Vietnam War, but maybe the hippies had the right idea after all.

If you can't change a corrupt system, why be a part of it?
>> No. 118874 ID: 772231
The US is a bankrupt warmongering police state, but nothing will change because Americans think everything is just fine.
>> No. 118878 ID: 46f35d
Most people support the police state until they become a victim of it.


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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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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
>> No. 118795 ID: 09c7e0
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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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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.cnbc.com/amp/2018/11/02/us-created-250000-jobs-in-oct-vs-190000-jobs-expected.html

Job growth blew past expectations in October and year-over-year wage gains jumped past 3 percent for the first time since the Great Recession, the Labor Department reported Friday.


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