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94843 No. 94843 ID: 66a58e hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Russia again calls for Ukraine Talks to stop Bloodshed
DUSHANBE, July 30 (RIA Novosti) - A peaceful solution to the Ukrainian crisis providing rights to all citizens and all regions of the country is absolutely essential, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday following the talks with Tajik Foreign Minister Sirodzhiddin Aslov.
“Obviously, we have discussed the military conflict in eastern Ukraine. We share the opinion that an end to bloodshed is necessary as well as the start of a dialogue in order to work out a solution acceptable to all regions of Ukraine,” Lavrov said.
Kiev has been carrying out a military operation in eastern Ukraine since mid-April in an attempt to suppress independence supporters who refused to recognize the legitimacy of Kiev’s new authorities. Moscow has described the ongoing military action as a punitive operation and has repeatedly called on Kiev to put an immediate end to the bloodshed. Russia’s Foreign Ministry has also urged the international community to intervene and investigate the crimes against humanity that occurred in Ukraine in recent months.
According to the UN report, the conflict claimed the lives of 1,129 civilians from mid-April through July 26, while another 3,442 civilians were injured.
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>> No. 95454 ID: 385f49
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>prominent member of the Russian Nazi movement
Crying wolf much?

Here it is, black on white, as clear as it's possible. Armed with bandwagons, supported by foreign aid and carrying SS banners, columns of mercenaries going to the East to kill people on orders of Ukrainian oligarchy.


>Ukraine crisis: the neo-Nazi brigade fighting pro-Russian separatists

Also, latest news from "revolutionary" square.


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>> No. 95459 ID: 214e84

Which doesn't actually mitigate that *both* sides are acting like neo-Nazis.

>small mercenary group is now "columns"

>> No. 95508 ID: 278d52
  Press conference by the recently appointed prime minister of the Doneck republic with subtitles.
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>> No. 95526 ID: 497b97

>Russia is sending a humanitarian convoy into Ukraine in cooperation with the Red Cross, the Kremlin has announced.

>Western leaders had previously warned Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, against using a humanitarian aid mission as a pretext for a military intervention in the conflict in eastern Ukraine. But Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said the convoy would not include any armed personnel or soldiers.

Bring it on, bitches.

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95026 No. 95026 ID: f6010b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

If I recall correctly, there is an ?private? organization funded by various government organizations, that assembles and distributes hashes of known CP files.

Many websites, service providers, and other organization are using these hashed to scan files that go through their system.

For now, it is limited only to CP. We'll see just how long that lasts.

None of you are committing HASH-CRIME, are you opchan?
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>> No. 95243 ID: fd3911
Wait, is anyone actually bothered by this? Google is under no obligation in ANY way to let people use their services to do illegal things. Quite the opposite, it's in their best interests to make sure that anything as illegal as CP is not being shared via Google services.
>> No. 95249 ID: d9a599
Wait...its based on hashes? I heard about this and thought they had sniffed it some other way.

Hashes though? Oh hahahahahaha.
Now then, i hate CP, but if they turn this against, say, common infographics etc, this is soooo easy to defeat.

>take image
>open in an editor
>pick any random pixel
>use a colour select tool to find its value
>example: pixel is #00FFA1
>select a colour that is one single bit off: ex. #00FFA2
>the whole hash will now be completely different

This is laughable
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>> No. 95256 ID: 04036c

I doubt its intended to be a comprehensive system, since as you've pointed out it would only catch the laziest criminals. But hey, it caught this guy.
>> No. 95258 ID: b338a2
DERPA honeypot
>> No. 95289 ID: 0ea075
>BATFE Honeypot

No. 93828 ID: 1e5411 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>related picture from wikipadia

A Manassas City teenager accused of “sexting” a video to his girlfriend is now facing a search warrant in which Manassas City police and Prince William County prosecutors want to take a photo of his erect penis, possibly forcing the teen to become erect by taking him to a hospital and giving him an injection, the teen’s lawyers said. A Prince William County judge allowed the 17-year-old to leave the area without the warrant being served or the pictures being taken — yet.

The teen is facing two felony charges, for possession of child pornography and manufacturing child pornography, which could lead not only to incarceration until he’s 21, but inclusion on the state sex offender data base for, possibly, the rest of his life. David Culver of NBC Washington first reported the story and interviewed the teen’s guardian, his aunt, who was shocked at the lengths Prince William authorities were willing to go to make a sexting case in juvenile court.

“The prosecutor’s job is to seek justice,” said the teen’s defense lawyer, Jessica Harbeson Foster. “What is just about this? How does this advance the interest of the Commonwealth? This is a 17-year-old who goes to school every day, plays football, has never been in trouble with the law before. Now he’s saddled with two felonies and the implication that he’s a sexual predator. I don’t mind trying the case. My goal is to stop the search warrant. I don’t want him to go through that. Taking him down to the hospital so he can get an erection in front of all those cops, that’s traumatizing.”

Manassas City Police spokeswoman Adrienne Helms said the department would not comment, and Detective David E. Abbott, the lead investigator on the case, did not return a call seeking comment. And no one except a Prince William magistrate has seen the affidavit and search warrant for the photos — they aren’t made public until after they are served and then returned to the courthouse. The Post is not naming the teen defendant.

Foster said the case began when the teen’s 15-year-old girlfriend sent photos of herself to the 17-year-old, who in turn sent her the video in question. The girl has not been charged, and her mother filed a complaint about the boy’s video, Foster said. The male teen was served with petitions from juvenile court in early February, and not arrested, but when the case went to trial in juvenile court in June, Foster said prosecutors forgot to certify that the teen was a juvenile. The case was dismissed, but police immediately obtained new charges and also a search warrant for his home. Police also arrested the teen and took him to juvenile jail, where Foster said they took photos of the teen’s genitals against his will.

The case was set for trial on July 1, where Foster said Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Claiborne Richa
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>> No. 93860 ID: ac4c82
>the market that abuses children
Do you honestly think there's a secret underground market of people paying for this shit? That there are porn actors who abuse kids for money, and not their own sick desires?

There's no market, nobody commissions this stuff, it's done by sick people who record and trade it freely with other sick people. They'd do it regardless of whether or not a camera was there.

The closest thing to a "market" is some rich Arab paying a couple of criminals to abduct some blonde kid he wants to fuck.

>manufacturing of CP is manufacturing child abuse
Also a misconception, the world of CP includes:
5/10 - Clothed images of children sitting around doing normal kid things.
3/10 - Drawn images that some judge decides look underage.
1/10 - Written works which have nothing to do with children.
1/10 - Pictures of actual naked kids being harmed by people who would have done it with or without a camera in the works.

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>> No. 93863 ID: 90a126
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Yes, there is a market. People sell and buy that shit, the kiddy version of regular porn and custom DVDs and pictures. Most of the DVDs and shit come from overseas but still its being made and bought.

Even just the free shit is still being commissioned by other sick freaks even if by sick freaks. They make that shit to trade with their buddies in their sicko pedo rings.

Yes they would do it whether or not the camera is there but they do it to a greater degree for their fucked in the head friendos. They are their friends, they want to be liked. Its like here people trading pictures of jail bait Sweet-16s rifles to be liked, to prove you got it, and to get pics of other peoples dirty birdy assault weapons. Unlike them, our trading of graphic pictures of virgin rifles having magazines thrust into their cherry magazine wells is legal........and hot and doesn't hurt anyone except jealous poorfags.

To continue to please peoples friends or customers, the producers of the porn will get into more sadistic and violent abuse or target younger and younger children. Plus the CP existing is a continuing pain for the victims, evidence of their assault being available ad infinitum.

>Pictures of actual naked kids being harmed by people

And that right there is actual CP, actual children being actually abused actually. The other shit might be considered CP is some place but atleast in the US under Fed law its not CP unless its real or indistinguishable from real visual depictions of sexually explicit stuff involving minors (minors as in children, as far as I'm aware there is nothing baring porn of miners in hard hats sexually mining coal and now I'm tempted to see if there is actually porn of that).

>Punishing the ownership of such media does no good to any child

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>stiff warning
>> No. 95261 ID: b338a2
>won't have to be injected with drugs to induce a medical erection so that Manassas City Police could photograph his penis

Some higher up must have had a thought trickle through his head
>> No. 95262 ID: 559ef9
>year's probation

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94992 No. 94992 ID: 4b2241 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
President Obama thumped Mitt Romney in the 2012 election, but now their political standings seem reversed. During a summer in which Democratic candidates are keeping their distance from an unpopular president, Romney is emerging as one of the Republican Party’s most in-demand campaign surrogates.

Over three days in mid-August, Romney will campaign for GOP Senate and gubernatorial candidates in West Virginia, North Carolina and Arkansas, aides said. In September, he is planning visits to the presidential swing states of Colorado and Virginia.

Romney is filling up his October schedule, as well. Senate hopefuls in Iowa and New Hampshire are eager for him to return before November’s midterms, while Romney is weighing trips to other Senate battlegrounds. At least one high-profile Senate campaign said it has produced a television advertisement featuring Romney ready to air in the fall.

“Democrats don’t want to be associated with Barack Obama right now, but Republicans are dying to be associated with Mitt Romney,” said Spencer Zwick, a longtime Romney confidant who chaired his national finance council. He added: “Candidates, campaigns and donors in competitive races are calling saying, ‘Can we get Mitt here?’ They say, ‘We’ve looked at the polling, and Mitt Romney moves the needle for us.’ That’s somewhat unexpected for someone who lost the election.”

For a party without a consensus leader — nor a popular elder statesman like Democratic former president Bill Clinton — Romney is stepping forward in both red and blue states to fill that role for the GOP.

“There’s a pretty big void in the party right now for national leaders, and Romney’s in a unique position, having been around the track, to help fill that void,” said Scott Reed, a veteran GOP strategist who oversees the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s political operation.

Romney continues to deny interest in a third presidential run in 2016, but his moves have his supporters yearning for him to give it a go and arguing that he would be a stronger candidate than last time.

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>> No. 95172 ID: d6e397
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>different shooter after Dorner
That's just what they want you to think.
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>Dorner Lives
He lives on in our hearts and minds...
>> No. 95199 ID: fd3911
You know, it honestly won't surprise me if it ever turns out that they'd failed to corner the Dorner, roasted the wrong guy (some legit hunter) and passed it off as Dorner.
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I can't wait for the movie starring LL Cool J as Dorner and Tom Selleck as this guy

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>A recent revelation by NASA explains how on July 23, 2012 Earth had a near miss with a solar flare, or Coronal Mass Ejection (CME), from the most powerful solar storm on the sun in over 150 years, but nobody decided to mention it.

>We managed to just avoid the event through lucky timing as the sun’s aim narrowly turned away from Earth. Had it occurred a week earlier when it WAS pointing at us the result could have been frighteningly different.

>The power of this ejection would have raced across space to knock us back to the dark ages. It’s believed a direct CME hit would have the potential to wipe out communication networks, GPS, and electrical grids to cause widespread blackout. The article goes on to say it would disable “everything that plugs into a wall socket. Most people wouldn’t even be able to flush their toilet because urban water supplies largely rely on electric pumps.”

>So can all breathe a worldwide sigh of relief? Well, not quite. Physicist Pete Riley, who published a paper entitled “On the probability of occurrence of extreme space weather events” has calculated the odds of a solar storm strong enough to disrupt our lives in the next ten years is 12 per cent.

>12 fucking %
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>> No. 94882 ID: 660337
I have no idea what Naomi Uman - Removed is.
>> No. 94883 ID: 885afe
Oh yay....
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I love how a thread about a CME turns into an African Ebola thread
>> No. 94887 ID: 769c1d
I figured that the "One week away from SHTF " thread was as good as any to post these world ending updates.
>> No. 95048 ID: 7983cf
For whatever reason, the internet news companies are talking about the Solar flare again.



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94810 No. 94810 ID: d5e5a4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
1.8 million in damages awarded to Jesse Ventura regarding the defamation suit against Chris Kyle.

>ST. PAUL, Minnesota -- A jury awarded former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura $1.8 million on Tuesday in his lawsuit against the estate of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle.

>Ventura was awarded $1.3 million for unjust enrichment, and $500,000 in damages for defamation, CBS station WCCO reports.

>On the sixth day of deliberations, the federal jury decided that the 2012 best-selling book defamed Ventura in its description of a bar fight in California in 2006. Kyle wrote that he decked a man whom he later identified as Ventura after the man allegedly said the Navy SEALs "deserve to lose a few."

>Ventura testified that Kyle fabricated the passage about punching him. Kyle said in testimony videotaped before his death last year that his story was accurate.

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>> No. 94923 ID: fd3911
>Hey guys, we're gonna go false-flag the marathon and blame two Persian kids. Everybody remember to dress the same and wear hats that make it obvious we're all working for Craft, OK?
>A half-dozen SOCOM types nod. "Yep, broadcasting our identity is the way we were trained to OPERATE at OPERATOR SCHOOL."
>two hours later, after the bombing...
>"K, the bomb went off. Now make sure to stay in the area, so everybody knows we were the perps!"

Craft didn't do it.
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>Craft didn't do it.

of course they didn't, they're not OPERATOR enough.
>> No. 94926 ID: 13dbd1

Apparently there were 5 hours of video Deposition of Kyle, and in it he changed his story vs the version that is in the book, he couldn't recall who told him what and/or when, etc,etc. The impression I am getting as more time passes is that Kyle's witnesses just generally sounded less reliable than ventura's and that is saying a lot since their testimony seems to have consisted of "we didnt see or hear anything"

Shit got crazy, because of Kyle's claims a petition was actually started to remove Ventura fro the fraternal order of UDT/SEALs, that is some serious shit, and he was pretty much turned into a pariah in the community. That, is what Ventura claims mostly pissed him off, that what Chris Kyle said pretty much turned him into an outcast in .mil (and .mil supporter) circles.
>> No. 94927 ID: e350d8
Lol no they didn't. It wasn't about Ventura getting punched. It was what lead up to it is what the debate is about. Then they tries to say the 26k given to lady to help veterans was a bribe.

Ventura retarded conspiracy theorist show and BS is what made him a outcast. Suing a widow will not help his cause.
>> No. 94951 ID: 885afe
Seals suing seals suing seals seals seals.

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94942 No. 94942 ID: 7fb540 Locked hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Executive Order -- Revised List of Quarantinable Communicable Diseases

>Severe acute respiratory syndromes, which are diseases that are associated with fever and signs and symptoms of pneumonia or other respiratory illness, are capable of being transmitted from person to person, and that either are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic, or, upon infection, are highly likely to cause mortality or serious morbidity if not properly controlled. 


>> No. 94943 ID: 244134
[x] FEMA camps set up
[x] Train DHS to fight "zombies", ie dangerous sick people
[x] Import sick illegals, spread them throughout the country
[x] Import ebola
[x] Redefine what can be quarantined
[_] Declare pandemic
[_] Declare martial law
>> No. 94944 ID: fd3911
I'm pretty sure that quarantining people that have been infected with Ebola is not a bad idea. Frankly, quarantining cities/counties that have been infected is not a bad idea.
>> No. 94945 ID: b62d91
Frankly I'm surprised this exact text wasn't changed when bird flu and swine flu were the scary diseases du jour a few years ago.
>> No. 94946 ID: 559ef9
This doesn't need another thread.

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94667 No. 94667 ID: f44c67 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

The Nabi Yunus shrine was built on the reputed burial site of a prophet known in the Koran as Yunus and in the Bible as Jonah.

"Islamic State completely destroyed the shrine of Nabi Yunus after telling local families to stay away and closing the roads to a distance of 500 metres from the shrine," said the official at the Sunni endowment, which manages Sunni religious affairs in Iraq.

The endowment official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, and Mosul residents told AFP it took the Sunni extremists an hour to rig the shrine with explosives.

"They first stopped people from praying in it, they fixed explosive charges around and inside it and then blew it up in front of a large gathering of people," said a witness who did not wish to give his name.

The endowment official said the Islamic State jihadist group that overran large swathes of northern and western Iraq last month have now destroyed or damaged 30 shrines, as well as 15 husseiniyas and mosques in and around Mosul.

Husseiniyas are Shiite places of worship that are also used as community centres.

The official listed the most notable losses to Muslim heritage as being the shrines of Imam Yahya Ibn al-Qassem, Aoun al-Din and Nabi Danial.
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>> No. 94755 ID: ae8fa2
this is like if trekkies decided to blow up harrison ford's house or some shit.
why are religious people so fucking stupid and gullible?
>> No. 94757 ID: 7d9bf7
>why are religious people so fucking stupid and gullible?
It's kinda required.
>> No. 94760 ID: ef6ae2
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How fucking euphoric can your fedora get?
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>silly hats decide the argument
your move.
>> No. 94779 ID: c032bd

Take the religious debate to /dmz/, it's verboten on /n/.

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Does the FSB pay you in giant coins for your time, or are you paid in regular sized money?
>> No. 94637 ID: a15e64
FSB doesn't even exist you silly goose. It is all evil western fascist propaganda.
Now go report to your local commissariat for re-education.
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>FSB doesn't even exist you silly goose.

>> No. 94695 ID: edc8c0
You guys gotta admit, being paid by the FSB to troll people sounds like a fuckin shweet gig.
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94610 No. 94610 ID: 451480 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Human Rights Watch has just published a report ( http://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/reports/usterrorism0714_ForUpload_0_0_0.pdf ) containing the facts needed to back up everyone's suspicions that the FBI counterterrorism efforts are almost solely composed of breaking up "plots" of its own design. And the bigger and more high-profile the "bust" was, the better the chance that FBI agents laid the foundation, constructed the walls… basically did everything but allow the devised plot to reach its designed conclusion. (via Reason http://reason.com/blog/2014/07/22/human-rights-watch-all-of-the-high-profi)

All of the high-profile domestic terrorism plots of the last decade, with four exceptions, were actually FBI sting operations—plots conducted with the direct involvement of law enforcement informants or agents, including plots that were proposed or led by informants. According to multiple studies, nearly 50 percent of the more than 500 federal counterterrorism convictions resulted from informant-based cases; almost 30 percent of those cases were sting operations in which the informant played an active role in the underlying plot.

Of those four exceptions, two (Boston Bombing/LAX shooting) were successfully pulled off. Feeling safer with the g-men's increased focus on preventing terrorist attacks?

Within the report is even more damning information that shows the FBI preyed on weak individuals in order to rack up "wins" in the War on Terror.

Although an FBI agent even told Ferdaus’ father his son “obviously” had mental health problems, the FBI targeted him for a sting operation, sending an informant into Ferdaus’ mosque. Together, the FBI informant and Ferdaus devised a plan to attack the Pentagon and US Capitol, with the FBI providing fake weaponry and funding Ferdaus’ travel. Yet Ferdaus was mentally and physically deteriorating as the fake plot unfolded, suffering weight loss so severe his cheek bones protruded, loss of bladder control that left him wearing diapers, and depression and seizures so bad his father quit his job to care for Ferdaus. He was eventually sentenced on material support for terrorism and explosives charges to 17 years in prison with an additional 10 years of supervised release.

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>> No. 94662 ID: 885afe
This thread is comedic gold.

However the OP articles arent comedic gold, just sad.
>> No. 94668 ID: 7983cf
How fucking dare you guys even make fun of this serious matter? Don't you see they're working hard? They need to get that funding SOMEHOW.
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