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112630 No. 112630 ID: ebb4ba hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
>truck slams into crowd in Nice, dozens of casualties, RT claiming 60 dead

>Eiffel Tower covered in smoke from as of yet unidentified fire
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>> No. 112869 ID: 9dc901

As has been proven that you lied about the fugees through Russia.

You proved to be full of shit then, so why would anybody care now?
>> No. 112884 ID: 1057d5
the brits were in modern day saudi arabia in 1900 stirring shit up and getting tribes to fight and spread wahhab. you try to say its russia. lol you must be one of the nato/ eu shills as opposed to our famed russian shills.
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>Everyone's throwing gay people under the bus and simultaneously saying it's okay because we'll save them from ISIS somehow? It sucks. Everything sucks. I want it to be December already.

>media will rather blame homosexuals than muslims

>Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, began plotting his attack on July 1 and searched the internet for information about previous terrorist atrocities, including last month’s massacre at a gay nightclub in Florida.

>Detectives who have interviewed his female and male lovers have described him as a “sex maniac” and “ultra- violent sadist”.

>Francois Molins, the prosecutor leading the investigation, said that until recently Bouhlel drank alcohol, ate pork, took drugs and engaged in “unbridled sexual activity”. The newspaper La Parisien said that police had interviewed some of his lovers, including a man aged 73.


All of you fucks deserve to die.
>> No. 112890 ID: a19011
>the brits were in modern day saudi arabia in 1900 stirring shit up and getting tribes to fight and spread wahhab.

If by 1900 you mean talking to the Mufti of Mecca in the first world war to organise resistance to the Ottomans??
>> No. 112913 ID: 3b3ce1
“The Wahabis, followers of a fanatical Moslem heresy, had impressed their strict rules on easy and civilized Kasim. In Kasim there was but little coffee-hospitality, much prayer and fasting, no tobacco, no artistic dalliance with women, no silk clothes, no gold or silver head ropes or ornaments. Everything was forcibly pious or forcibly puritanical. It was a natural phenomenon, this periodic rise at internals of little more than a century, of ascetic creeds in Central Arabia. Always the votaries found their neighbor’s beliefs cluttered with inessential things, which had become impious in the hot imagination of their preachers. Again and again they had arisen, had taken possession, soul and body, of the tribes, and had dashed themselves to pieces on the urban Semites, merchants, and concupiscent men of the world. About their comfortable possessions the new creeds ebbed and flowed like the tides or the changing seasons, each movement with the seeds of early death in its excess of rightness. Doubtless they must recur so long as the causes — sun, moon, wind, acting in the emptiness of open spaces, weigh without check on the unhurried and unencumbered minds of the desert dwellers.”
–T.E. Lawrence, The Seven Pillars of Wisdom (1922)

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112864 No. 112864 ID: a569d7 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
There's a full stream here: https://www.twitch.tv/gopconvention

Plus of course the TV news of your choice.

You can make clips of the last thirty seconds of the Twitch stream, fyi.


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112787 No. 112787 ID: 7d1c98 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

>Springfield XD owners

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>> No. 112820 ID: 79b400
This also happened in the '80s when a criminal shot at a police officer with a 9mm and it ended up in the cylinder of the police officer's Model 10.

I find shit like this super cool whenever it does happen. Normally I expect fingers to be missing and part of the forearm exploded out from the wound channel if the round hits anywhere near the gun, it's definitely more common than the bullet ending up in the combatant's gun.
>> No. 112821 ID: 649f2c
If you think about two guys shooting at each other, if they're both aiming for headshots then they're pointing their guns right down each other's barrels. It would probably happen more often if people actually practiced at the range as much as they brag about doing.
>> No. 112826 ID: 5a0b76
wounder what it would feel like. Would it feel like the gun is just recoiling as the energy is bleed off from barrel friction and the receiver being pushed back by the build up of air pressure in the breech?
>> No. 112827 ID: 79b400
Even if you're aiming center mass at someone aiming at you, there's a chance you will strike the gun, hands, forearms.

That's always been an unsettling thought for me, imagining a bullet traveling down the length of a limb.

I imagine it'd hurt like a motherfucker. Like striking a baseball bat against a pole.
>> No. 112828 ID: 51896a
I know a way to find out, but its a little bit dangerous

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112612 No. 112612 ID: d7b752 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Republicans always have the will of the people in mind when they're making decisions.
The only thing this woman dislikes more than BREXIT is guns and her all time 100% most favorite thing is government use of electric surveillance measures on citizens. Don't forget that if you're ever convicted of a crime in Britain that they won't issue a passport so just watch yourself breaking the law over there.
You WILL be caught and there is NO escape, so just do what the lady says because you don't have a survivable alternative.


The new prime minister inherits a long list of trade and political challenges in the divided nation that voted last month to leave the European Union. Crucially, she faces the contentious task of reversing the will of Britain’s voters who wish to withdrawal from the EU.

During his final session of taking questions from members of Parliament on the floor of the House of Commons, Mr. Cameron on Wednesday joked that his afternoon schedule is “remarkably light” aside from his meeting with the queen. After today, “I will watch these exchanges from the backbenches,” he said. “I will miss the roar of the crowd. I will miss the barbs from the opposition.”

Ms. May’s ascent to the premiership caps three weeks of turmoil after the Brexit vote prompted Mr. Cameron to announce he would resign from office.

Under British constitutional rules, the choice of who heads the government falls to the party with enough seats in parliament to form a government—in this case the Conservatives, who won a majority in last year’s general election. The party is free to choose who it wants to lead the country any time until the next mandated national vote takes place in 2020.

After Mr. Cameron said he would step down, a handful of Conservative lawmakers jostled to replace him.
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>> No. 112624 ID: b430d1
Boris "Moishe" Ivanovski (AKA Johnson) - who as much as publicly acknowledged that he was the EU's controlled opposition in the BrExit campaign - has been appointed foreign secretary & is now in charge of negotiating the exit with the EU, so BrExit is formally over until 2020 at the soonest.

fuck you mitch, this (maybe) your fault
>> No. 112665 ID: 72c633
>in charge of negotiating the exit with the EU

No he's not. Bozza is going to be negotiating trade deals outside of the EU; which may or may no be May's way of keeping Boris out of the way.

You are thinking of Minister for Brexit, MP David Davis, who is a hardline Euroskeptic and a thoroughly decent chap.
>> No. 112683 ID: b430d1
>a hardline Euroskeptic and a thoroughly decent chap.

Funny way to spell "deep cover Nazi agent who has obtained a political position."
>> No. 112693 ID: e090ba

moving on.
>> No. 112751 ID: da34c8

>le ebin "anyone who is against the EU is a racist" meme

cool EU shilling, too bad its even lower quality than Russian shills.

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112750 No. 112750 ID: aba3f2 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
By Jeb Bush July 15 at 4:13 PM
Jeb Bush was governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007 and a 2016 Republican candidate for president.

Call it a tipping point, a time of choosing or testing. Whatever you call it, it is clear that this election will have far-reaching consequences for both the Republican Party and our exceptional country.

While he has no doubt tapped into the anxiety so prevalent in the United States today, I do not believe Donald Trump reflects the principles or inclusive legacy of the Republican Party. And I sincerely hope he doesn’t represent its future.

As much as I reject Donald Trump as our party leader, he did not create the political culture of the United States on his own.

Eight years of the divisive tactics of President Obama and his allies have undermined Americans’ faith in politics and government to accomplish anything constructive. The president has wielded his power — while often exceeding his authority — to punish his opponents, legislate from the White House and turn agency rulemaking into a weapon for liberal dogma.

In turn, a few in the Republican Party responded by trying to out-polarize the president, making us seem anti-immigrant, anti-woman, anti-science, anti-gay, anti-worker and anti-common-sense.

The result has been the vanishing of any semblance of compromise or bipartisanship in our nation’s capital. Simple problems don’t get solved. Speeches happen; the important stuff doesn’t. The failure of elected leaders to break the gridlock in Washington has led to an increasingly divided electorate, which in turn has led to a breakdown in our political system.

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112599 No. 112599 ID: d4c8ee hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

tl;dr: $4 billion+ dollars over-budget, years behind schedule, uses dirty lignite for fuel, only has a 65% reduction in CO2 output, and will produce less power than a nuclear plant.

>The fortress of steel and concrete towering above the pine forest here is a first-of-its-kind power plant that was supposed to prove that “clean coal” was not an oxymoron — that it was possible to produce electricity from coal in a way that emits far less pollution, and to turn a profit while doing so.

>The plant was not only a central piece of the Obama administration’s climate plan, it was also supposed to be a model for future power plants to help slow the dangerous effects of global warming. The project was hailed as a way to bring thousands of jobs to Mississippi, the nation’s poorest state, and to extend a lifeline to the dying coal industry.

>The sense of hope is fading fast, however. The Kemper coal plant is more than two years behind schedule and more than $4 billion over its initial budget, $2.4 billion, and it is still not operational.

>The plant and its owner, Southern Company, are the focus of a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation, and ratepayers, alleging fraud, are suing the company. Members of Congress have described the project as more boondoggle than boon. The mismanagement is particularly egregious, they say, given the urgent need to rein in the largest source of dangerous emissions around the world: coal plants.
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>> No. 112616 ID: 9723b1
This this this. Our planet would need to be tidally locked to a red dwarf star for wind power to make any sense.

Solar power has some hope of being good... about 100 years from now when nano and metamaterials become cheap enough to be bought at a walmart.
>> No. 112617 ID: ae59f2
>for a single coal power plant

What the fuck.
>> No. 112618 ID: 86d09e
>What the fuck.

But it's a clean one! Surely it's worth the money.

No, no, really, it's totally clean guys.
>> No. 112622 ID: 47ea3e
Until the coal ash get released in a ploy to increase the EPA budget
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hahaha do you really believe that or are you just sucking some koch brother's cock? yeah .gov investment in developing tech sure is awful - or it is when BOSS NIGGER puts his name on it - now go jack off the them juno pics nasa just released, science fanboi.

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112426 No. 112426 ID: 3b3ce1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]

Authorities say that a man is dead after being shot by police Wednesday evening after being pulled over in a traffic stop.
The incident took place in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, near Minneapolis.

The victim's name is Philando Castile, his mother Valerie told CNN affiliate WCCO.
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>being that blind to sarcastic humour

Sorry, at this point I don't trust the guy in the mirror any more.
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>> No. 112587 ID: 09c7e0
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am i the first guy to make and avatard "blue lives matter" post?
feels pretty muthafureakin good
>> No. 112589 ID: 0c0931
>That's beyond the fact that the problem with tattoos is that they're permanent.
>> No. 112609 ID: a569d7
>Because the media are whores.

I get that--but if they're being whores about the dead cop I have seen it literally nowhere outside this image. I sincerely think someone on the internet tried to make it a thing and utterly failed.

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112242 No. 112242 ID: b1a6c1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
little surprise here


ON THE night of Sept. 11 and morning of Sept. 12, 2012, U.S. diplomats and intelligence officers in Benghazi, Libya, came under attack by terrorists armed with automatic weapons, mortars and fuel to start fires. By the next morning, four brave Americans lay dead — Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens; his aide, Sean Smith; and two former Navy SEALs providing security, Tyrone S. Woods and Glen Doherty. It was a horrific crime whose perpetrators remain for the most part unidentified and unpunished — and a setback for U.S. foreign policy in the wider Middle East.

As if all of that weren’t bad enough, the Benghazi attacks mutated into yet another of the partisan dramas that U.S. politicians — in this case Republican politicians — generate in lieu of constructive policymaking. Unable to turn the events to their advantage when they occurred, during the 2012 election campaign, Republicans have persisted in attempting to milk the “scandal” for the past four years. They have done so even though repeated previous investigations — including by a GOP-led House intelligence panel — found nothing to contradict the Obama administration’s basic account. Diplomatic security, intelligence and other preparation were inadequate in hindsight; but the violence in Benghazi was over before any effective U.S. military intervention could have been organized. Government failures before, during and after the attacks, such as they were, resulted from a combination of understandable confusion and good-faith mistakes — not conspiracy, coverup, politics or deliberate “abandonment” of U.S. personnel, as the Republican right has so often and so feverishly insinuated.

And now, after two years and $7 million, comes Tuesday’s final report of a Republican-led House select committee, which adds exactly nothing substantial to the story. It’s true that the panel’s investigation did, along the way, help trigger the revelation of then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server, which is a real issue. On the most sensitive point, however — Ms. Clinton’s personal culpability for what happened in Benghazi — the committee came up empty. Its report contains dozens of pages on the now-famous early statements from the administration implying the attacks were motivated by Arab-world reaction to an anti-Islamic video on the Internet. But even this exhaustive review produces no proof that this messaging resulted from a politically motivated at
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>> No. 112570 ID: 90a126
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>I'm of the opinion that Palin should be kept away from the cabinet

I think in a perfect world Palin should be kept away from politics period. I don't think she is a moron really but she is fairly incompetent and willing to use her political power to do less the legal things and screw over people she doesn't like.

She is in some ways like a Republican Hillary Clinton.

I'd want her as VP solely for the fact this whole election is a clusterfuck and her divisiveness would make it far more interesting.

>Ross Perot

Dude is freaking ancient and considered a lame duck for the Presidency. I doubt Trump would even want him just for the fact it would bring up comparisons between his run and Perot's failed 92 run.

>Pat Buchanan

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>> No. 112575 ID: ebb4ba
Of course he would be worse, he couldn't defend his stage from two uppity bitches and anyone that sincerely believes socialism is a valid system is an uneducated mongoloid.

Go read his New York Daily News Interview, he is completely ignorant of the relevant laws concerning what are supposed to be cornerstones of his campaign, and every time he was pressed for specifics (like when claiming companies or foreign governments broke the law) he just backs down pretending to be diplomatic or flat out lies (like quadrupling the 2014 gaza death toll.)

He's all talk and has zero capability to bring about any of his idiotic promises.
>> No. 112588 ID: 09c7e0
bernard sandyvagina was never anything more that a personality cult.
the guy is just another entitled, over the hill politician (senator-for-life) who thinks that being a senator isn't good enough for him and that he deserve dictatorial control over the entirety of humanity, selling a simplistic, bland version of socialism (with him as tsar) to college kids. he is on the brink of retirement/death so he knows this is his only shot at the big important job that he really deserves (despite virtually no accompaniments as a senator - and there are some liberal senator who have done fairly significant libtard stuff over the same time bernie has been in the senate - see ron widen activities on the senate "intelligence" committee). this shit is all about bernie being in the spotlight, bernie don't love anybody who isn't bernie.
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exactly. where did this roach even crawl from under? what has he done before? it's like they are grooming/setting up these clowns to work as peons on demand. Nobody who really runs against Hillary would give her a pass on the email issue like that.
>> No. 112607 ID: a569d7
The major problem with Bernie (besides the fact that he thinks there is one answer for every social issue) is that the portion of his supporters that live on the internet contains a fucking ton of weirdos and nuts.

Go to r/sandersforpresident, its a shitshow. He's doing the politically smart thing (working to put shit on the platform and endorse downticket candidates is how you actually change the party and get legislation passed eventually) and they're calling him a sellout for it. I'm not sure what they'd actually do with a victory, decide democratic socialism's too mainstream?

Also one of the main mods is also a leader of nofap, which explains why his board's so masturbatory.

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>> No. 112549 ID: ff0dcf
Sure is summer around here
>> No. 112550 ID: 1da729
azns are the wealthiest
hindus has the next smallest penises, then whites, hisapanics, african americans and the biggest cocks in the whole country are the natives
>> No. 112551 ID: 1da729
and of course jews outpace whites, but not hindus.
with white income normalized to 100, the percentage values are
117% azn
108% hindu
104% the jews
100% whites
91% hispanics
87% blacks
83% native americans
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I was going to tell you to fuck off back to Stormfront along with a picture of Korean War veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Tibor Rubin giving this judgemental sidelong glance, and then I suddenly learned that Corporal Rubin passed last year. :(

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>people in this thread actually doubting the jews


>44 percent of Jewish households earn at least $100,000—the highest number in the country—and only 16 percent earn less than $30,000—the lowest number in the country. On the other side, only 4 percent of Jehova’s Witness households earn at least $100,000, while 48 percent earn less than $30,000, putting them just behind the Historically Black Protestant category, where 53 percent of households earn less than $30,000.

In my experience Jews are great to work with, especially if what you are doing isn't exactly legal. Look out for the Chinese though, they can be like Jews on crack.

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112529 No. 112529 ID: 1057d5 hide watch quickreply [Reply]

>bbbut theres only a mere 300 million guns inna America.

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