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102137 No. 102137 ID: 0dcdc8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

>Germany owes Greece no less than €278.7 billion in World War II reparations, Athens said, referring to the destruction wrought upon the nation during the Nazi occupation. The sum exceeds Greece’s total debt of €240 billion to the EU.

>The statement comes ahead of left-wing Greek PM Alexis Tsipras’s visit to Moscow and meeting with President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. The newly elected PM is planning to boost cooperation and strengthen ties with Greece’s eastern neighbor.

I find myself challenged to describe this level of trolling.
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>> No. 102144 ID: 381ee6

I really doubt Russia has a penny to spare right now
>> No. 102147 ID: 2f4fd6

>all this to get multiple naval and airforce bases in Mediterranean

They already have Cyprus, no need to bother with an unstable shithole country.
>> No. 102148 ID: 0a8caf
Only part of it the Turks have the other part.
>> No. 102151 ID: 0dcdc8
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Joke is on the greek's. Russia has a bunch of guns and tanks set aside (not money) to arm up Greece to saber rattle for the reparations. This will drive Greece further directly to Russia because the gear will be given on credit.

Then greece is a sock puppet for Russia to further destabilize the region.

See the new map of Greece.
>> No. 102176 ID: 0008f5
Greece is really a joke right now. I mean I knew they were really fucked when they elected the magic money party. It's just now that they have gone that far the whole electorate is basically to blame. Before, with the culture of not paying taxes and expecting 13 months wages for every 12 and all that it was a bit ridiculous but maybe just victims of how good it all seemed. Everywhere was living beyond means generally, getting loans for property to be payed for by the presumed expansion of which ever bubble applied.

Now though it is there fault for letting fools like this speak for them. This is the kind of thing the crazy party, that most countries have, which only has a couple of representatives says. War reparations and swearing they will run away for the euro like a child threatening to run away from where ever.

I wonder how that fascist group is doing that I heard about a while ago. Could be a scary perfect storm on the horizon if the country remains so nuts.

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102174 No. 102174 ID: db61c9 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
MOSCOW — A pair of internationally-renowned film-director brothers have a strategy to save Russia from the scourge of American fast food – provided the government is willing to give them a billion rubles ($18.65 million) to do it.

Nikita Mikhalkov and Andrey Konchalovsky are pitching a chain of fast-food restaurants to replace Western chains, such as McDonald’s, according to Russian newspaper Kommersant. And they plan to give this chain of native-born restaurants a pointedly fitting name: “Let’s Eat At Home.”

McDonald’s and other U.S.-based fast-food chains came under fire last year as tensions escalated between Russia and the West over hostilities in eastern Ukraine. As the West stepped up sanctions against Russia, many fast-food franchises – especially McDonald’s restaurants – were temporarily shut down for health code violations, including the original McDonald’s Pushkin Square, which opened just before the end of the Soviet Union.

McDonald’s is still slated to open more restaurants in Russia, despite Mikhalkov and Konchalovsky's plans. But Wendy’s exited the Russian market last year, and Carl’s Jr. plans to leave this year.

Mikhalkov and Konchalovsky do not have experience in the restaurant business – though Konchalovsky’s wife, Yulia Vysotskaya, is a celebrity chef in Russia. (“Let’s Eat At Home” is the name of her cooking show and a line of frozen berry mixes she markets as well.)

Konchalovsky may be best known for directing "Tango & Cash" in 1989, while Mikhalkov directed and acted in the Russian film "Burnt by the Sun," which won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 1995. The brothers are also descended from Russian patriotic royalty: Their father wrote the lyrics to the Soviet national anthem, and then re-wrote them for modern Russia.

Putin has already instructed his deputy prime minister to review their proposal for the $18+ million in start-up funds to get the restaurants going. According to Kommersant, the brothers believe their planned 41 “Let’s Eat At Home” restaurants and 91 “Let’s Eat At Home” stores will start to turn a profit in 4.8 years (yes, 4.8 years, not five).

No word yet on whether there will be cheeseburgers at these replacement fast-food restaurants. But only up to 40 percent of the “Let’s Eat At Home” menu will be devoted to regional specialties. So, there’s a chance this culinary experiment could give rise to the Russian chicken nugget.
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>> No. 102178 ID: c550c6
>in your country you eat at fast food McDonalds restaurant
>in my country KGB break your legs and send entire family to gulag
>> No. 102182 ID: 504770
>fsbkgb treatens McDuck
Oy-vey, muh shekels! Such not free, much gulag!
>> No. 102199 ID: 70d38f
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Actually, I'm not all that against McD, not in the business side. Although I haven't visited it since last time I moved where I live in - I hate fast-food - and that's about 7 years already. In the city where I live in, there used to be one of the first places thy opened about 15 years ago, and they are still here. One more "restaurant" has been opened so far, and the place is more than convenient in modern building layout. On the other hand, in my home city(which I visit occasionally), while I was away, they opened two places like this on the picture, and I hate them with passion because of their placement - there's one in front of the city's circus, which obstructs the whole view on it, and the other one is near the church, which interferes with it's surroundings as I remember them. Seriously, fuck these people right there, I swear, it must be corrupted major who had a hand in it.

That is said, these people who announced the idea, are both huge dickbags and I'm pretty sure they ain't gotta get shit from the budget. People said, if they want something, let them have it form their own deep pockets, the government has better ideas to support anyway.

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102165 No. 102165 ID: 5bb72d hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>"Silicon Valley purports to be a place where the best ideas win," Johnson said. "If we are going to encourage diversity, let's not just stop with gender and ethnicity. How about ideological perspective?"

Deep in Silicon Valley, where the free market reigns and the exchange of ideas is celebrated, a subset of tech workers are hiding their true selves. Working as programmers and software engineers, they don't want the stigma that comes with revealing who they really are.

They're the tech company employees, startup founders, and CEOs who vote for and donate to Republican candidates, bucking the Bay Area's liberal supremacy. Fearing the repercussions of associating with a much-maligned minority, they keep their political views fiercely hidden.

"It's a liberal echo chamber," Garrett Johnson, a co-founder of Lincoln Labs, which was started in 2013 to connect the right-of-center outsiders in Silicon Valley, told National Journal. "People have been convinced that Silicon Valley is reflexively liberal or progressive. And so their response is to conform."

Silicon Valley has long been a bastion of liberalism. Since George H.W. Bush won Napa County in 1988, Republican presidential nominees have lost every county in the Bay Area. In 2012, President Obama won 84 percent of the vote in San Francisco to Mitt Romney's 13 percent and raised more for his reelection campaign from Bay Area donors than from those in New York or Hollywood. Political donations specifically from tech workers follow that trend: Google employees collectively gave $720,000 to Obama in 2012, versus $25,000 for Romney. Crowdpac, a nonpartisan political analytics firm, found that between 1979 and 2012, tech companies have overwhelmingly favored liberal candidates.

Rather than ruffle feathers—or worse—Republicans who work there often just keep quiet. Rich Tafel, who coaches tech companies in politics and policy, understands the dynamic. The founder of the gay group Log Cabin Republicans, he's had many Republicans in Silicon Valley confide to him their true political views.

"You just learn how to operate, if you will, in the closet as a Republican," Tafel told National Journal. "You keep your viewpoints to yourself."

One startup CEO who has worked in Silicon Valley for more than a decade says that while it's popular to talk politics in the workplace, the underlying assumption is that everyone has similar views.
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>> No. 102166 ID: 5bb72d
Another Republican who founded a small San Francisco-based startup told National Journal that he's worried potential partners and investors would be turned off by his libertarian views. Recently, it seems like all of his peers in Silicon Valley have been outspoken about their opposition to the thwarted religious liberty law in Indiana, he said. He thinks business owners should be allowed to decide whom they serve, and if they discriminate against gays, people can choose not to patronize their business. He won't discuss that view, though, or debate his left-leaning colleagues on Facebook or Twitter.

"If I were to speak out about something like that, maybe one of these companies wants to buy my company one day and the CEO is like, 'Oh, I remember this guy saying all this stuff about this thing that I really disagree with.' And that obviously could have negative effects," he said. "Getting your point across isn't worth it."

The consequences for being outed for conservative views can be dire. In a highly public controversy last year, newly-hired Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich stepped down after critics attacked his 2008 donation to support Proposition 8, the anti-same-sex marriage law in California. Eich, who declined to comment for this story, faced an internal uprising from within the Mozilla community, as well as boycotts from other tech companies, and quit after just two weeks on the job.

Though Eich's was an extreme case, some Republicans in Silicon Valley fear that if they go public, they'll face subtler, less direct repercussions. The CEO who spoke on background keeps his conservative-leaning views to himself, he said, because he doesn't want to risk people not liking him, which could hurt his job in imperceptible ways. As a leader, he needs to be able to inspire people to join and thrive in his company. If he's "contrarian," he said, he can't build the necessary camaraderie to succeed.

Matthew Del Carlo, the former president of the San Francisco Young Republicans and the COO of the California Young Republican Federation, said that transparent Republicans can have a much harder time finding work in the Bay Area. "I've had people tell me, 'If I found out that this person's a Republican, their resume's off the list.'"

Prominent Republicans do openly work in Silicon Valley, and not all of them feel stigmatized for their political views. Billionaire Paypal founder Peter Thiel is a high-profile GOP supporter who has made considerable donations to presidential contender Ted Cruz's 2012 Senate run and former congressman Ron Paul's 2012 presidential super PAC. And Sarah Pompei, who handled Romney's regional press in 2012 and now serves as Hewlett-Packard's director of corporate communications, told National Journal she's never felt denigrated for her conse
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>> No. 102167 ID: 667a5a
>If we are going to encourage diversity, let's not just stop with gender and ethnicity. How about ideological perspective?
>How about ideological perspective?
Literally the only diversity that actually matters

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102045 No. 102045 ID: f9a97c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

Sarah Brady, Widow of Former White House Press Secretary James Brady, Dies at 73
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>> No. 102097 ID: 17e2ba
  Cleaning and drinking intensifies
>> No. 102106 ID: f9fcc1
  Madame McCarthy will be with you in a minute. I've got a bottle waiting for when Feinstein comes next. Burn and burn.
>> No. 102130 ID: 0a2b37

>When we feel revulsion, it's due to a reflected aspect of our self we project onto the recipient.

Totes wrong. Revulsion is an instinctive reaction based upon the subconscious detection of various physical cues. Happens well before one could "project" their own failings onto the other party.

In the case of Brady and the like you're not projecting anything, you're hating them for taking a stance in opposition to your own which is perfectly reasonable.
>> No. 102132 ID: b89631
The brady's have been irrelevant for a long long time. Its a certain ex-mayor I'm F5ing for.

Hes even the same age as Madame Brady
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You are correct, but here's the one from their FB page.

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102064 No. 102064 ID: 8fbaa3 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Former workers tell how hundreds of bloggers are paid to flood forums and social networks at home and abroad with anti-western and pro-Kremlin comments

Just after 9pm each day, a long line of workers files out of 55 Savushkina Street, a modern four-storey office complex with a small sign outside that reads “Business centre”. Having spent 12 hours in the building, the workers are replaced by another large group, who will work through the night.

The nondescript building has been identified as the headquarters of Russia’s “troll army”, where hundreds of paid bloggers work round the clock to flood Russian internet forums, social networks and the comments sections of western publications with remarks praising the president, Vladimir Putin, and raging at the depravity and injustice of the west.

The Guardian spoke to two former employees of the troll enterprise, one of whom was in a department running fake blogs on the social network LiveJournal, and one who was part of a team that spammed municipal chat forums around Russia with pro-Kremlin posts. Both said they were employed unofficially and paid cash-in-hand.

They painted a picture of a work environment that was humourless and draconian, with fines for being a few minutes late or not reaching the required number of posts each day. Trolls worked in rooms of about 20 people, each controlled by three editors, who would check posts and impose fines if they found the words had been cut and pasted, or were ideologically deviant.

The LiveJournal blogger, who spent two months working at the centre until mid-March, said she was paid 45,000 roubles (£520, $790) a month, to run a number of accounts on the site. There was no contract - the only document she signed was a non-disclosure form. She was ordered not to tell her friends about the job, nor to add any of them to the social media accounts she would run under pseudonyms.

“We had to write ‘ordinary posts’, about making cakes or music tracks we liked, but then every now and then throw in a political post about how the Kiev government is fascist, or that sort of thing,” she said.

Scrolling through one of the LiveJournal accounts she ran, the pattern is clear. There are posts about “Europe’s 20 most beautiful castles” and “signs that show you are dating the wrong girl”, interspersed with political posts about Ukraine or suggesting that the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is corrupt.
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>> No. 102088 ID: 6d6cb1
No. It isn't.
>> No. 102093 ID: e350d8
yes it is. It fits every prerequisite for fascism. This is undeniable.
>> No. 102095 ID: 00236c
I guess any country with 'hate speech' laws counts as a fascist state then, which encompasses a growing number of Western countries.
>> No. 102099 ID: e43bc3
I'm talking about your characterization of a political ideology, not Russia. Fascism can exist with or without free speech, therefore it is not a definition of it.

He stated that it was "a definition", not "the definition". All other potential criteria would need to be fulfilled to qualify... not saying that I agree with his perception of fascism.
>> No. 102101 ID: 385f49
You see, my point is, you can't deny people's freedom of speech because there's some shadowy group who try to manipulate public opinion. Other than that, Russia does not own Twitter, and therefore, have no power to manipulate it, while US companies can apply any agenda they may find convenient.

In fact, the opinion of public is a very balanced thing - too much coincidences may actually avert the reliance of people on their sources. Like in this case, for some reason, every russophobic person on the Internet and every western newspaper knows about top secret propaganda army of Putin. While everybody else have no idea.

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102067 No. 102067 ID: e43bc3 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
FBI Uncovers Another Of Its Own Plots, Senator Feinstein Responds By Saying We Should Censor The Internet


>I am particularly struck that the alleged bombers made use of online bombmaking guides like the Anarchist Cookbook and Inspire Magazine. These documents are not, in my view, protected by the First Amendment and should be removed from the Internet.

As if you seriously needed any more reasons to hate her.
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First Amendment, Cunt.
>> No. 102078 ID: 2f4fd6
>Anarchist Cookbook

Or: How I Failed Chemistry and Learned To Hate The Bomb.

So you're saying, Feinstein, that you don't feel COINTELPRO should be protected under the First Amendment, eh?
>> No. 102082 ID: 667a5a
>bombers made use of online bombmaking guides like the Anarchist Cookbook
Did they prop up a table leg with it?
>> No. 102086 ID: cd49aa
They're going after the second, I doubt they give a fuck about the first or anything that doesn't serve their interests.

That's definitely a more accurate title. I remember discovering the Anarchist Cookbook when I was like 13 or so and then did independent studying afterwards learning that it was mostly bullshit. Probably been on a few watchlists since then.
>> No. 102087 ID: f9a97c

Hence my carefully selected image.

Hopefully she'll do the world a favor and try out some of the formulas in that rag.

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  >Paul II, hereditary king of the libertarians, is pissed off about women's rights

HAMPSTEAD, N.H. — Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called for a boycott of Saudi Arabia on Saturday, saying Americans should shun the kingdom as it did the apartheid regime in South Africa.

Paul singled out the kingdom for its treatment of women, citing the case of a woman who was gang-raped and later lashed for being in a car with a man who was not her husband.

"This is something that we shouldn’t tolerate. This is something we should be organizing a boycott of," the senator said.

[Sweden stood up for human rights in Saudi Arabia. This is how Saudi Arabia is punishing Sweden.]

Paul said Saudi Arabia should be shunned as South Africa was during apartheid.

"Remember when South Africa was misbehaving? We organized a boycott of South Africa. We should be boycotting Saudi Arabia and not taking money from Saudi Arabia’s government," Paul said.

At that time international sanctions were levied against the nation, along with a divestment campaign.
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>> No. 101990 ID: 2f4fd6
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<<--- What now?

German gun with a receiver made in Turkey and finished by Swiss.
>> No. 101992 ID: f013be
>works by crushing balls
Standard German design
>> No. 101998 ID: df12a0
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Seems legit.
>> No. 102016 ID: f9a97c
This. The '76 is a functional, if fragile copy, and the subsequent copies of the '76 were not improvements to the breed.

Because it is an overcomplex contrivance in comparison.
I saw four MP5's down this last 'Sandy, because spent cases fell into the FCS.

Pretty much every failure I saw with a K gun was magazine related, and I cannot ever remember seeing a Sterling give someone trouble.
>> No. 102019 ID: d5e5a4
>I cannot ever remember seeing a Sterling give someone trouble.

As a new Sterling owner, I truly believe it is the Cadillac of 9mm SMGs.

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101827 No. 101827 ID: 6d5095 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Desperate mum told ‘you’ve just eaten your son’ after visiting militants’ base in search of kidnap victim

Sick ISIS militants fed a desperate mum the mutilated remains of her son – after telling her it was cooked meat and rice, it was claimed today.

The son had been captured and taken prisoner by Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq.

The worried mum then bravely visited the terror group’s headquarters in a bid to speak to her loved one.

ISIS fighters told the mum she should eat before seeing her son because she had travelled a long way.

However, after giving the mother cooked meat, rice and soup, she was horrified to be told she had just eaten her son.

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>> No. 101911 ID: 885afe
I read that entire post in archers voice.

>> No. 101965 ID: cfad13
how about this sintax

>"touch us, hurt us in any way and i swear to god, my god, your god, and everyone else's gods, we will nuke you and every patch of land you've ever left a foot print on, we'll make sure the firestorms meet eachother so you can cook evenly"
>> No. 101967 ID: 7b177d

>The retards who are willing to be recruits will exist with or without ISIS. The fact ISIS is so popular, so strong, and so magnetic that it draws recruits from even Murica is a damn good thing.

>I'd much rather have Johnny Jihad over there where he can take a hellfire to the face then here where he can blow up a building or a marathon. And many recruits atleast in the 1st world don't even seem to make it over there, they are such retards they spread it around they are joining ISIS and get their stupid asses arrested before they can make it.

This to me is no different than when the FBI grabs some legally retarded muslim and convinces them to blow up a bridge. I don't fault the retard as much as I do the organization willfully manipulating the retard to go get them another bullet point on their congressional budget request. There are a significant number of people who are susceptible to loud ideologues. Think about Heaven's Gate, the Branch Davidians, or Jones Town.

Legitimizing a beacon of insanity to draw the retards to the slaughter isn't the right move, because you're giving their message authority and it will never end. They reproduce, the retarded reinforcements are constantly being born. What's worse, eventually one of the less retarded ones will realize we are infinitely vulnerable if they don't leave the country and simply attack us here.

It's better that we quietly smother the organization so that the retards don't get galvanized in the first place. They can quietly be taxpayers if no one ever gives them the idea that their other option is to rape, murder, and plunder.
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101934 No. 101934 ID: db2592 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>tl;dr bush, chris christine, clinton and serv are nogunz

There are 15 major contenders for the Republican party’s presidential nomination. Together, they own at least 40 guns.

Some of the contenders have been building their collections since childhood. Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.) is up to 12 now, including an AR-15 assault weapon that he has talked about using if law and order ever breaks down in his neighborhood. Former Texas governor Rick Perry is so well-armed, he has a gun for jogging.

Others were city kids who didn’t own guns until later in life. Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) bought a .357 Magnum revolver in 2010, the year he ran for Senate, saying the gun was for protection.

Two other city-bred presidential hopefuls — former Florida governor Jeb Bush and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie — don’t own a gun at all.

The stories behind how the GOP presidential contenders got their guns — or, in some cases, why they didn’t — are as diverse as the field itself.

Nevertheless, their political views on guns are almost all the same.

Nearly every GOP candidate is broadly opposed to new limits on the purchase or use of guns. In fact, with the exception of Christie — the field’s one true outlier — those who have been rated by the National Rifle Association range from A-plus all the way down to . . . A-minus. Eleven of them are scheduled to appear next month at the NRA’s annual conference.
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Who cares about firearms? These guys are so rich they can hire their own bodyguards.

What I want to know, which one is investing in nanomachine research?
>> No. 101947 ID: e7f332

This is also the guy who said he would use the military to hold congress hostage.
>> No. 101954 ID: 1e667a
I disagree with you on some things, a lot of things actually. But this time I agree 100% with you.
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Hey, how can you disagree with me? Thats like you hate me personally and are trolling!

I kid, I kid. Seriously though any self-respecting gun owners should worry about the largest gun rights organization painting itself into a corner by becoming overly partisan and should certainly fear ass-clowns like Nugent being the face of gun owners.

The NRA being a floppy dangling appendage of the Republican party means we cannot make inroads into Democrats. There are Democrat gun owners, socially liberal gun owners, and libertarians with some pig dog leftist leanings who are gun owners. Its impossible to appeal to them. Its hard to get their support. The argument becomes less about guns then others things, about political alignments and other bullshit. A smart NRA would try to appeal to ALL gun owners.

To extend that further a smart NRA would link gun rights to gay rights. They are both fairly basic rights that zealots wish to take away solely because they disagree with them or fear them (I gotta admit two giant hairy man bears going at it is pretty damn scary). Link them together and you get the gays, people who have every fucking reason to want to defend themselves, on your side and either the libtards will have to turn on their former pals or cannot attack them. Then for extra lulz link gun and gay rights to small government, the government should stay out of your bedroom and gun safe/closet/room/where ever.

Trying to appeal to other people will be for naught with douchecocks like Ted being touted as a "model" gun owner. Hell the Brandy Bunch should be fucking all over him to try to push as the face of the NRA and gun owners in general. No fucking body wants to be put in the same category as some pants shitting, pedophile, draft and child support dodging, washed up hasbeen piece of shit. Well maybe Kid Rock and the NRA. Most NORMALish people don't.

Its like atheists having to deal with being in the same category as Sam Harris, Bill Maher, and Stalin (probably the most likable). People like that are the reason atheists are none to well liked in society (plus a unhealthy amount of organzied Christian anti-atheist sentiment and societal misinformation, both of which gun owners deal with even if to a lesser degree) and will try to hide they are atheists. They feel ashamed, they feel persecuted, and a bunch of other whiny ass crap.

Gun owners tooooooooooooo fucking easily could fall into the same boat (the SS Yourefucked).
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101982 No. 101982 ID: 344473 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
"Now the treasure belongs to the state of Israel."

It was a faint glimmer on the bottom of the seafloor that tipped off Tzvika Feuer. Following the speck of light, he dove right to the spot at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea and began digging with his bare hands, he told Tazpit News.

“Other members of my diving group joined me and we discovered a significant amount of coins,” said Feuer, one of the divers who discovered the treasure trove off the Israeli coast earlier this month.

The coins, minted from gold, date back nearly 1,000 years, to the Islamic Fatimid Dynasty, which ruled an empire in North Africa and the Middle East until 1171.

The find — nearly 2,000 coins in all — is “so valuable that it’s priceless,” Israeli Antiquities Authority spokeswoman Yoli Schwartz told AFP.

[How treasure hunter Tommy Thompson, ‘one of the smartest fugitives ever,’ was caught]

The coins were preserved underwater, in the ancient harbor in Caesarea National Park, for nearly 10 centuries, despite their exposure to winter storms. Experts were able to spot bite marks in some coins — evidence that they were physically tested for quality and value. Some seemed to have been freshly minted, while other showed signs of wear and tear from being in circulation.

A diver displays some of the gold coins. (Israel Antiquities Authority via EPA)
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>> No. 101988 ID: 7c90e8
I can just imagine a Jew sailing along on a cruise ship in the Mediterranean, when suddenly his nose twitches and he looks directly down, seeming to stare through the hull.
"What is it Shlomo?" his goyim friend asks.
"I smell something Kevin, something wonderful."
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>just as keikaku
>> No. 101993 ID: 885afe
Good movie.

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