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109192 No. 109192 ID: c550c6 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://cicilline.house.gov/press-release/cicilline-and-121-house-colleagues-introduce-assault-weapons-ban-2015

>U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI), along with 123 co-sponsors, today introduced the Assault Weapons Ban of 2015 to prohibit the sale, transfer, production, and importation of new military-style weapons and high-capacity magazines that have become the firearm of choice for many mass shooters in the United States. Cicilline’s legislation also includes new safeguards on the sale or transfer of assault weapons already in circulation.

https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/4269/all-info
>> No. 109193 ID: 82a3e8
Another bill that is not gonna go anywhere? color me surprised.
>> No. 109202 ID: 4b268a
my favorite part is they aren't even hiding it to be right infringing anymore

>To regulate assault weapons, to ensure that the right to keep and bear arms is not unlimited
>> No. 109208 ID: 170173
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109208
>>109192
>The Dems think this will pass
>mfw
>> No. 109209 ID: f2c4ed
We can 3D print AR lowers and mags now, right? I haven't been following the latest, but I'm pretty sure they've solved that by now.

Which ultimately means this bill is pointless. If it even goes anywhere, which I doubt.
>> No. 109210 ID: f013be
If Hillary wins:
>As of XX/XX/2018 text has not been received for H.R.XXXX
>To regulate hate speech, to ensure that the right to free expression is not unlimited, and for other nefarious porpoises.

If Carson wins:
>As of XX/XX/2018 text has not been received for H.R.XXXX
>To regulate religious belief, to ensure that the right to exercise of religion is not unlimited, and for other nefarious porpoises.

If Trump wins:
>As of XX/XX/2018 text has not been received for H.R.XXXX
>To deregulate online posting, to ensure that the right to post dank meems is unlimited to the maxx, and for other imperial porpoises.


No. 109059 ID: 037541 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  http://www.reuters.com/article/putin-russia-annualconference-idINKBN0U01FM20151217
>HIGHLIGHTS - Annual news conference of Russia's Vladimir Putin

>SYRIA
"This doesn't put any significant (pressure) on the budget ... It's hard to imagine better training. We can conduct training for quite a long time there without significant damage to our budget."

"We will carry out air strikes and support Syrian army offensives for as long as the Syrian army carries them out."

"Russia's (Syria) plan, in principle, broadly coincides with the view put forward by the United States. That is joint work on a constitution, creation of oversight mechanisms for a future democratic election, the election itself, and recognition of its results."

"I'm not sure if we need (a permanent) base there. This is quite significant infrastructure, it needs money to be invested."

"We believe that only the Syrian people can decide who should govern them ... We support the initiative of the United States about the U.N. resolution."


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>> No. 109082 ID: 1e7925
>>109067
another failure by the Obama/Kerry team
>> No. 109085 ID: 9df540
>sending a weak personality like kerry
>to deal with a strong personality like putin
>> No. 109136 ID: 70d38f
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109136
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/20/world/middleeast/us-airstrike-killed-iraqis-by-accident-officials-say.html
>> No. 109137 ID: cfaec1
>>109136
B1Bs also bombed Syrian troops, and at first blamed Russia for both of the incidents. I'm really starting to distrust every bit of news coming from western sources.
>> No. 109157 ID: 254d85
>>109137
>no proofs


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109140 No. 109140 ID: 1aea9c hide watch quickreply [Reply]
The World Bank has approved a $1.5 billion loan to support an Indian government program to improve sanitation by 2019.

The Clean India Mission "aims to end open defecation, achieve open defecation free communities, and improve the management of liquid and solid waste" by providing toilets to rural areas.

"In rural India, three out of five people suffer the indignity of defecating in the open," the World Bank said in a statement Wednesday. "Girls and women have to venture out before dawn or after dark leaving them vulnerable to harassment."

The project "will result in significant health benefits for the poor and vulnerable, especially those living in rural areas,” said Ohno Ruhl, World Bank country director for India.

The funds will also be used to support India's Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

The World Bank says one in every 10 deaths in India is linked to poor sanitation.

http://www.voanews.com/content/world-bank-approves-billion-dollar-loan-for-indian-toilets/3105599.html
>> No. 109144 ID: 634497
DESIGNATED
>> No. 109146 ID: 366493
SHITTING
>> No. 109152 ID: 1aea9c
STREETS


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108429 No. 108429 ID: bdae0c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
>LOCAL EMERGENCY SERVICES have reported “20 victims” in an ongoing active shooter situation near a social services centre that serves people with disabilities, in the California city of San Bernardino.


http://www.thejournal.ie/san-bernardino-shooting-2480015-Dec2015/?utm_source=facebook_short


Looks like they are wearing body armour and were outside some social services building for disabled people. I'd take some of that with a grain of salt as I saw early reports of it outside a planned parenthood building despite it being a mile and a bit away.


The armour and 3 person minimum size could suggest a terrorist angle though, domestic or otherwise.
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>> No. 109166 ID: dda126
>About a third of rebel groups in Syria - some 100,000 fighters - share the ideology of so-called Islamic State (IS), new research suggests.

>The report, due to be published on Monday, says the greatest danger to the international community are groups who share the IS ideology but are currently being ignored - they number about 100,000 fighters.

>Current Western efforts to define "moderate" and "extremist" rebels are bound to fail, because the groups themselves rarely make the distinction, the centre says.

>Some 60% of Syria's major rebel groups are Islamist extremists, and many of the groups share the same aims, the study finds.

>Fewer than a quarter of the rebels surveyed were not ideological, and many were willing to fight alongside extremists and would probably accept an Islamist political settlement to the civil war.

>And even if IS is defeated, dispersed fighters and other extremists could attack targets outside Syria under a rallying cry that "the West destroyed the Caliphate", the centre warns.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-35144420
>> No. 109175 ID: 70d38f
>>109159
>Also, during the Iraq war Syrians didn't let Iraqi refugees into their country. Why should we?
Political issues, not personal ones. I'll explain it.

>Well at least you indirectly admit that this "culture", dependent on oil but collectively incapable to make an internal combustion engine, would just die off without western aid.
Well, strictly said, any nation or community would suffer from isolation, not just this one. But as I said, the problem comes not from the religion itself, but from certain policies.

What I'm referring to is not the "Islamists" in general but the groups of radicals who present real challenge to international security - nationalists (obviously Islamic ones) from such countries as Turkey, Pakistan, Palestine and Saudi Arabia. They are the real backbone of all this problem, not some mythical "international conspiracy". They are aggressive, xenophobic, short-sighted, and overall very useful as a cannon fodder. This is the reason US and then NATO started to mess with them, this is the reason why the situation turned out like that, this is the reason why NATO should stop supporting them and ... at least help to maintain international security. Together with everyone else.

>>109166
Well at least now somebody admits that IS plays only minor role in this conflict and mostly tries to make use of territories it already gained (or rather received from someone).
>> No. 109176 ID: dda126
>>109175
>the problem comes not from the religion itself

[citation needed] and found on every SJW news outlet ever.

But unlike theses savages I ain't illiterate and I read the Koran. It's 100% the religion. Go shill to somebody else, OPchan isn't the right place to try to do that.
>> No. 109177 ID: 70d38f
>>109176
>[citation needed]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wahhabism
>a religious movement or branch of Sunni Islam.[3][4][5][6] It has been variously described as "orthodox", "ultraconservative",[7] "austere",[3] "fundamentalist",[8] "puritanical"[9] (or "puritan")[10] and as an Islamic "reform movement" to restore "pure monotheistic worship" (tawhid) by scholars and advocates
Ultra-nationalists, ultra-conservatives, ultra-radicals are all made from one substance - zero eyesight, single idea, no imagination, minimal education.

>and found on every SJW news outlet ever
But obviously not in those that govern your activity.

>I read the Koran
Too bad.
>> No. 109178 ID: dda126
>>109177
>But obviously not in those that govern your activity.

Oh no, don't worry. They are gearing up to thrown people into jail for 20 years for saying stuff like I say on the internet. It's coming. And you can shove the Ultra- prefix up your butt. If they just do exactly what the Quran says they ain't Ultra-anything. Out of 1.62bn 584million are for the death penalty for apostasy. That alone tells you all you ever needed to know.


No. 108609 ID: 82a3e8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
  >WASHINGTON — All U.S. military combat jobs, including infantry units, will be open to women beginning next year, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Thursday.

>Carter said the decision was part of his commitment to build a force of the future. The ban will be lifted in 30 days, he said, and the services have until April 1 to accommodate women in all roles.
I for one hope this obvious political move brings about a unified standard for all jobs, damn the sex/age differences.

But who the fuck am I kidding.
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>> No. 109046 ID: 08f745
And as a merciless doublepost... this is why I wish the military was more like the fire service.

The denver drill is one such example. A denver drill is a pseudo-confined space recovery of a downed firefighter. You have a shoulder width space and a window that's like 5' off the ground... It's a team effort, 2 firefighters to recover one firefighter... but guess what. Your dummy is the biggest guy on the team, or your Rescue Rick, whichever is bigger/heavier.

Below grade rescues (floor collapse, rescue someone below from the floor above) who's the dummy... biggest guy.

yes, you can hurrdurr lulz at "who's the dummy, oh it's BTDT because he's the biggest mf'er in the department"

Casualty drags/rescues... biggest person on the training ground, or the next biggest if it was me doing the rescuing.

The team has to function and be able to do everything. The hoses weigh what they weigh. The stairs are there. The line pressure is the line pressure you need for firefighting.

There's techniques for being able to mitigate things like nozzle reaction, etc, like where I can just stand up or take a knee with a 3" line and a smoothbore, a lighter/smaller individual does a coil and sits on it or else stays low... or you team up with one backing up the other.

It's a set standard. You can chop the roof, haul the shit, climb the ladders, haul the hoses, work the nozzles. There's zero differentiation between tits or dicks other than the jabs and jokes being convoluted depending upon birth-issued hardware. Those that can't cut it, get cut. Even at the paid-on-call department I was at, which was in effect a volunteer department since you didn't HAVE to show if you didn't want to.
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>> No. 109047 ID: 4d62f8
>>109045
Speaking of Carter, guess who just got caught doing Hillary-style email shenanigans but without the privilege pass?

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/17/us/politics/defense-secretary-ashton-carter-conducted-some-official-business-on-a-personal-email-account.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-headin
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>> No. 109052 ID: 82a3e8
>>109045
>Friend in Batt was 5'3"
Jebus. And I thought I was small.

> Boner issues
Oh god my sides. I feel your pain though.

>and an actually duty related fitness test as part of OSUT/AIT.
I really do like this idea.
>> No. 109080 ID: 04b349
Here, have some clickbait. RAND report from polling active duty SOF regarding female 100% integration concept/actuality.

http://www.defense.gov/Portals/1/Documents/wisr-studies/SOCOM%20-%20Considerations%20for%20Integrating%20Women%20into%20Closed%20Occupations%20in%20the%20US%20Special%20Operations%20Forces.pdf
>> No. 109104 ID: 634497
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>>109080

Neat. Thanks for posting.


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109086 No. 109086 ID: ed8491 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
http://theralphretort.com/exclusive-theralph-interviews-gamergatehq-board-owner-acid-man-about-his-fbi-claims-1201015/
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>> No. 109088 ID: ed8491
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109088
>>109087
shoot, wrong pic.
>> No. 109089 ID: f99487
>tripfag drama

post it to /cm/ not here
>> No. 109090 ID: 9df540
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>> No. 109094 ID: ed8491
>>109090
>>109089
ok, should I post this on a different board then?
And I wouldn't say it's a personal attack.
>> No. 109095 ID: 1aea9c
>>109094
I'm fine with it here, though a more appropriate board is either /t/ or /dmz/


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108973 No. 108973 ID: 254d85 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
https://www.stratfor.com/analysis/frances-national-front-defeated-now

>The right-wing National Front party will not control any regions in France. Despite its strong showing in the first round of elections, in which it earned more than 40 percent of the vote in the densely populated regions of Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardy in the north and Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur in the south, the nationalist party failed to win any districts in the second round of voting Dec. 13. However, the party led by Marine Le Pen will continue to be a key political player in the months ahead of the 2017 French presidential election.

>In many ways, the results of the Dec. 13 elections are not surprising. France's electoral system is explicitly designed to prevent extremist parties from accessing power, and it was this that prevented the National Front from winning regions in the runoff vote. In this case, France's ruling Socialist party decided not to participate in the runoff vote in those regions where it did not have a serious chance of winning, hoping that voters would choose the center-right The Republicans party over the National Front. This is exactly what happened, and the National Front saw only a small increase in popular support between the first and the second round. As Stratfor wrote after the first round, many voters who supported moderate forces in the first round will probably support other parties to keep the National Front from winning again.

>In other words, most people who wanted to vote for the National Front did so in the first round, but only a small number of additional voters supported the party in the second round. In addition, there was a higher voter turnout in the second round, which suggests that many voters who did not participate in the first round made the conscious decision to vote in the second to prevent the National Front from winning.

>The party had a similar problem in the presidential elections of 2002, when party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen surprisingly made it to the runoff election but failed to win enough new support between the first and the second rounds to win. While Jean-Marie’s daughter Marine has considerably improved the party's image, a large sector of the electorate still opposes the National Front, denying the party votes necessary for electoral victories. Of course, the National Front's popularity has grown since the beginning of the eurozone and refugee crises. Still, the party is relatively isolated politically and is finding it difficult to form the party alliances it needs to access power, particularly in the upcoming presidential election.
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>> No. 109040 ID: dda126
http://www.fdesouche.com/681787-geldermalsen-pays-bas-emeute-contre-linstallation-du-centre-de-migrants-le-conseil-municipal-evacue#

Fucking Holland opens fire on demonstrators.
>> No. 109041 ID: 278d52
>>109040

Finally people are getting violent.
>> No. 109048 ID: 9dc901
>>109040

First I was excited, then I saw you were bullshitting. A few cops shooting warning shots into the air does not Kent State make.
>> No. 109055 ID: 254d85
>>109048
A neo-nazi retard lying? Why I never!
>> No. 109081 ID: dda126
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>>109055
>A neo-nazi retard lying? Why I never!

Pic related. But then again, you probably don't know the meaning of quite a lot of words...


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109036 No. 109036 ID: 1aea9c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Ukraine says it will suspend trade with Crimea by mid-January.

Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said in televised comments Wednesday the ban will begin in 30 days and will affect everything but humanitarian aid.

The prime minister added there was no decision as to whether Ukraine would supply electricity to Ukraine.

"As far as electricity is concerned, these supplies can be provided only based on a decision by the National Security and Defense Council," Yatsenyuk said.

Crimea, which has a population of about two million people, depends almost entirely on Ukraine for its power and water supplies.

On December 8, Ukraine partially restored power to Crimea after a series of explosions damaged high voltage lines supplying electricity to the peninsula.

Crimea's Russia-backed leaders and Moscow claimed that Ukraine's Western-backed leadership was responsible for bringing down the power lines - an allegation Kyiv has repeatedly denied.

The 2014 annexation of Crimea by Russia plunged relations between Kyiv and Moscow into a crisis deepened by a rebellion by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.
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>> No. 109073 ID: 9aea35
>>109069
>UK should have continued supplying American cities after they fell to the rebels
Yeah it's funny how the US no longer belongs to UK, it's almost as if its hard to maintain authority in a region if you have no link to the region

>This is what the Crimeans voted for. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
And the Kiev citizens just voted to separate themselves from Crimea and give up on ever reintegrating Crimea
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

All the remaining Ukrainians in Crimea now have a clear message: Kiev doesn't give a fuck about them, the rest of Ukrainians don't give a fuck about them, therefore why even remain loyal to people who don't give a fuck about them
>> No. 109076 ID: 40fc42
>>109073

So are you saying the Crimean referendum is not valid? How dare you question the honor of the pre-marked ballots and gangs of Russian bikers who were brought in to guard the voting stations! Does your Russophobic racism know no end?!
>> No. 109077 ID: 667a5a
>>109076
What the seven blazes.... you know I've noticed you draw complete non sequiturs out of other posts before, are you schizophrenic?
>> No. 109078 ID: b075d5
>>109077
no, he's just that bad of a shill.
>> No. 109084 ID: 70d38f
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>>109073
>now
Sorry, only 2 years late for that realization.
"Crimea will be Ukrainian or it will be uninhabited" - Ukrainian "nationalists", 2014.

>>109069
>keep supplying territory that has been invaded and annexed by a foreign power
A funny statement considerin that Ukraine itself is "invaded and annexed" by a foreign power.


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109056 No. 109056 ID: da7267 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
MODESTO, Calif. -- A Modesto pastor is dead after being shot during a gun safety class, CBS Sacramento reports.

Tom Smith, a family pastor who also helped with church security, was shot by his own gun safety instructor.

Modesto Police say they were acting out a scenario when a loaded gun the instructor was holding accidentally went off. They say they gun fired at the end of class after the instructor put a mock gun down and picked up his real loaded gun.

Police say so far it's unclear if the instructor believed he was using the mock gun he had been using to teach the class.

The shooting incident comes at a time when church members in California are training to carry concealed weapons in response to recent mass shootings like those at San Bernardino and at A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/gun-safety-instructor-shoots-pastor-during-demonstration-in-california/
>> No. 109074 ID: 9aea35
>GUN SAFETY INSTRUCTOR
I have a feeling these guys have the largest rate of accidents because they're demonstrating what people shouldn't do

And there are a shitload of really cheap ass uneducated "instructors" who exploit the difficulties general public has in confirming an expert to get paid

>loaded gun the instructor was holding accidentally went off
>they say the gun fired
Itself? WTF kind of reporting is this?


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109063 No. 109063 ID: 3052f4 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
The Senate Armed Services Committee has asked for copies of Defense Secretary Ash Carter's personal emails after Carter acknowledged he had used a personal email account earlier this year.

“With all the public attention surrounding the improper use of personal email by other Administration officials, it is hard to believe that Secretary Carter would exercise the same error in judgment," Sen. John McCain, an Arizona Republican and committee chairman, said in a statement.. "The Senate Armed Services Committee has requested copies of the emails and will be conducting a review to ensure that sensitive information was not compromised.”

In a briefing in Irbil, Iraq, Carter said using the personal email was a mistake.

"This is a — a mistake I made with respect to email; entirely my mistake; entirely on me," Carter said. "First of all, let me begin by saying, in fact as secretary of Defense, I don't use email very much. I certainly don't use it for classified information, and any work-related email is preserved, as is required.

"Someone in my position and the sensitivities about the position should have known better," he said. "And there were plenty of people during the time that you're taking office and so forth who explain to you what the rules are about email. So this is — it's not like I didn't have the opportunity to understand what the right thing to do is. I didn't do the right thing. This is entirely on me."
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2015/12/17/ashton-carter-presonal-email/77468396/
http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2015/12/ash-carters-email/420951/
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/17/us/politics/defense-secretary-ashton-carter-conducted-some-official-business-on-a-personal-email-account.html


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