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118652 No. 118652 ID: f5c3ed hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>The drama of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the US Supreme Court finally ended on Saturday afternoon, when without any last-minute surprises, the US Senate voted Kavanaugh to become the 114th Justice to the US Supreme Court in a major victory for both the Republican party and President Trump.

>> No. 118653 ID: b430d1
I grew up in Fairfax County VA, just outside of DC and I knew all the same people as those two did. Whatever was between them was chad & stacy shit, they both deserve to be up against the wall on the day of the revolution. Even worse than them were the Langley High School people. Langley is the fanciest public school in the nation, coincidentally in the same locale that senators live in. Great Falls isn't bad either but its a 15 minute further commute to DC. When Dan Quayle was VP his son was a Langley boy. Some of the private school kids were actually cool, but only because some of them got into private school when they got kicked out of public school and their parents had no other choice. Those few Judd Nelson/John Bender types (I know it seems implausible that such a type would exist in the nation's wealthiest suburb, but I witnessed it myself, I may have even smoked pot with some of them) were never in the same circle as the Chad & Stacy kegger crowd. Chad Kavaknickerbocker ended his life as a rich and famous successful legal figure because he was raised as rich kid with an enormous sense of entitlement and Indelible Stacy Ford ended her life as a rich and famous successful legal figure because she was raised as rich kid with an enormous sense of entitlement. I still live in that part of Virginia, not too far from CIA HQ. Somehow I didn't get to be raised as rich kid with an enormous sense of entitlement and that kind of pisses me off, I'm not famous or successful at all and I'm only rich mainly because of massive inherited wealth. I couldn't afford this zip code before my parents died, but now I can afford to raise my kids as rich entitled spoiled little brats and send them to Ivy league shitheadfactories. One day I will command the universe, I'm making all four of my kids grow up to be president and them imma make them build me space ships (I didn't inherit private spacecraft money, only 7 figures + 2 houses) and I'm going to be the first guy on Mars as an old man and once established there I'm gonna nuke Earth and have the universe all to myself.
>> No. 119119 ID: 399ec5
You know that you live in the Twilight Zone when the US is a bankrupt warmongering police state and Americans look you in the eye and say that the USA is a peaceful and free country with a balanced budget.

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Thousands of people cheered a flypast honouring 10 airmen who died when their plane crashed in a park 75 years ago.

The US bomber came down in Endcliffe Park, Sheffield on 22 February 1944, killing everyone on board.

A campaign for a flypast started after a chance meeting between BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker and Tony Foulds, who tends a park memorial.

A tearful Mr Foulds was given a rousing round of applause as the planes flew over. He said: "This is unbelievable."

Relatives of the aircrew and thousands of people from across Britain paid their respects as the planes roared over the memorial at about 08:45 GMT.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast, Mr Foulds told the crowds: "Thank you very much for coming, it's lovely to see you."

Mr Foulds also met the families of some of the airmen who lost their lives in the crash 75 years ago and said they were "lovely, lovely people".

He added: "I never thought I would ever meet any of the families of this pilot and crew."
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>> No. 119116 ID: 6adc49
The US used to have a Bill of Rights.

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119078 No. 119078 ID: 4fa264 hide watch quickreply [Reply]

Why, bros? Fucking why?
>> No. 119079 ID: 0d57bf
As a rule I don't read your threads and I'm pretty sure I'm not alone.
>> No. 119083 ID: 793056
Because in the Great Game, it's not the little people that matter.

Seriously, NATO really has no option but to back Jonny Turk on this front, otherwise we potentially lose the Southerrn containment flank.

They should have cut a deal with Turkey in a 3 way sit down. US, Turks and Kurds/Free Assirians and thrashed out a Turk occupied zone with the rest left to the anti-IS/Assadist forces.
>> No. 119087 ID: 9a2bfd

It's been about 40 years of US intervention in the middle east and there is no end in sight. Why exactly are we still involved? Don't tell me ISIS. ISIS wasn't a thing 36 years ago when 200 Americans were blown up in Beruit.

What has this nation gotten out of decades of intervention in he middle east?
>> No. 119088 ID: 4fa264
>US withdraws troops from Syrian-Turkish border.
>Kurdish fighters pushed out of Turkish safe-zone.
>Al-Baghdadi is in Turkish safe zone for some reason.
>Special forces swoop in to area we withdrew from, where our allies got pushed out, controlled by an increasingly belligerent nation, and kill the leader of ISIS.
What kind of fucking 4D chess is going on?
>> No. 119112 ID: 2499e2
Now that the US is a police state, every American should expect to be arrested at some point.

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118941 No. 118941 ID: c41563 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So a series of interesting chain of events in the past few days. I'll try to list them and bring ya'll updates. Not right now, I'll probably start in a couple of hours.
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>> No. 119035 ID: 4fa264
What is shit looking like over there, FPoP?
>> No. 119052 ID: 9710ae
goddamn spammer necrobumping 3 year old threads
>top kek
>> No. 119097 ID: 189bed
Sup ya'll

Just wanted to let you all know, Middle East hasn't been this interesting since the 80s. Let's see what we got...

Lebanon and Iraq finally fed up with IR meddling on some interesting level and by that I mean even Ayatollah Sistani a very powerful spiritual leader with considerable political power speaks out about outside meddling and yeah... part of it was aimed at Iran, Moghtada Sadr speaks out against Hashd Al-Shabi the armed shi'a group that falls under the influence of Iran and doesn't really answer to Iraqi government. One of the earliest chairmen of Hezbollah in Lebanon points finger at Iran regarding their perpetual never ending instability.

And all that? it's just icing on the cake.

Let's see, remember 2008 post election Iranian protest? or 1998 Student protests? well both of them were more about social and political issues.

Well... in 2016 we had another wave of protest but something about it was entirely different. It was far less about political and social issues rather a quick bump in inflation and once again the purchasing power of the bulk of the population dropping and by drop I mean to a fraction of what it once was... for the 4th time in just my lifetime(I'll talk about that problem later). The 2016 thing, didn't take long but had weird atmospher about it in a sense that the usual information blackout wasn't there as much as it used to in fact ever since 2016 there were continous series of smaller protest to a point where it felt almost the norm. The issues included shady privatized deal for companies having led to massive backpayment issues for labourers especially in a few towns where they've pretty much been constantly protesting peacefully for over a year. The other issue, few years back there was a surge of less regulated private 'banks' of sort some working without central bank permits while others collapsed even though they had central bank seal of approval and a lot of people lost a lotta money, mostly the kinda middle class people who laid their life savings in there oh and there were a few high profile questionable projects that collapsed mostly because they seemed like ponzi schemes and so there a lot of small protests about all of those.

Oh and geopolitical the region went to a whole other level of 70s wild west. which deserves it's own discussiong but we'll get back to that too.

Fast forward to 2019 and something changed, after the worst hyperinflation in my life time where it almost pushed the entire middle class below poverty line, even by our own central bank standards life was continuing to go on... but then just when people were coming to terms with the new normal someone decided to raise the gas prices and in a whole new innovative way where pretty much NOTHING, not a single thing about it was neither done nor went right, everything that
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>> No. 119098 ID: 79cf2b
Thanks for the update, homie.
>> No. 119111 ID: 230259
You know the US is bad when Americans say that they feel like they have more freedom in Communist countries like Vietnam.

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118676 No. 118676 ID: d76955 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>> No. 118677 ID: e46921
If this is a trial for Trump like the talking heads keep saying, I'd say America is a hung jury. Republicans predictably lost the house, but they are kicking ass in the Senate.
>> No. 118701 ID: 9315da
except dems magically found 20k votes in Arizona and are attempting to commit more fraud in Florida.

>> No. 119109 ID: fdc3eb
No one will care that the US is not a free country until more Americans personally become victims of the police state.

Everyone will shrug if an American gets killed by the CIA in Yemen, but Americans might care about the police state when they get tortured for jaywalking.
>> No. 119110 ID: fdc3eb
No one will care that the US is not a free country until more Americans personally become victims of the police state.

Everyone will shrug if an American gets killed by the CIA in Yemen, but Americans might care about the police state when they get tortured for jaywalking.

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118059 No. 118059 ID: 5c87e8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Law hasn't been in place a month, the ink isn't even dry yet and already people's rights are being abused. Want to own a gun to protect yourself when there are a lot of people who might be really, really angry at you? Prove to the court that you're mentally fit first. Can't afford a friendly doctor cause you're an orphan? Too bad, lol.
Good luck catching some zzzzz if you ever get out on bail, kid.


Police in Florida are using a new state law to try and stop the younger brother of the accused shooter at a Parkland, Fla. high school from owning a gun.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office said that it has petitioned the courts for a risk protection order that would stop Zachary Cruz from owning a gun, under a new law passed earlier this month, the Miami Herald reported Tuesday.

The law, which was passed to try and prevent mass shootings like that in Parkland, gives law enforcement the ability to ask a judge to remove guns from a person’s home or stop them from buying a firearm until that individual can show a court that they’re mentally fit.

Cruz’s brother, Nikolas Cruz, has been indicted on murder charges in last month’s mass shooting in Parkland that left 17 people dead, and could face the death penalty.

Zachary Cruz, 18, was arrested on Monday for trespassing at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where the shooting took place.

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>> No. 118060 ID: ab61a9
Sure is great we elected a New York liberal who thinks assault weapons should be banned, and that the NRA has been subverted by the Russians and is busy ranting about antifa instead of protecting our rights.
>> No. 118062 ID: 5ab28a
NRA is an industry lobbyist and impending bans are a proven effective sales technique. They probably all voted for hillary and are relived that their 2nd choice turned out to be a gun grabber as well
>> No. 119108 ID: 40e6e5
Everyone laughed in 1984 because "1984" didn't happen, but who's laughing now?

Americans are obviously whistling down to the concentration camps.

Are you going to do nothing?

Are you going to say nothing?


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While the Democratic pool of candidates is already full to overflowing, Weld stands alone in glorious isolation as the sole Republican openly planning to take on the most powerful individual on Earth.
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>> No. 118903 ID: c3b8cf
Weld is a wishy-washy anti-gun moron. Accepting him to run as the VP on the Libertarian ballot was equally stupid.
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>> No. 119107 ID: c621b3
Strange how Trump can bomb countries on a whim, but he's suddenly powerless about importing refugees.


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The Trump administration rolled out a new federal regulation Tuesday officially banning bump-fire stocks.
Those who possess the devices, which make it easier to fire rounds from a semi-automatic weapon by harnessing the gun's recoil to "bump" the trigger faster, will have 90 days to turn in or otherwise destroy them from the date that the final rule is published in the federal register -- likely this Friday -- according to senior DOJ officials.
Bump stocks gained national attention last year after a gunman in Las Vegas rigged his weapons with the devices to fire on concertgoers, killing 58 people.
Officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives had previously concluded bump stocks were merely a gun accessory or firearm part, not subject to federal regulation, but President Donald Trump called on the Justice Department to outlaw the devices soon after the tragedy.

Justice Department officials told CNN Tuesday they took a "fresh look" at the case law, technology, and the devices and their functionality "in light of modern developments."
The rule concludes that bump-fire stocks, "slide-fire" devices, and devices with certain similar characteristics all fall within the prohibition on machine guns by allowing a "shooter of a semiautomatic firearm to initiate a continuous firing cycle with a single pull of the trigger," and therefore, they are illegal under federal law.
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker signed the new rule Tuesday morning, according to the officials -- a notable move given the string of legal challenges surrounding the constitutionality of his appointment. The officials said they stood ready to defend against any challenges to the rule, and pointed to the fact that the Office of Legal Counsel at the Department signed off on it.

As for how many gun owners will be affected by the new rule, officials explained it was difficult to provide precise figures, saying bump stocks "aren't widespread, but they are not uncommon."

Trump said in October he told the National Rifle Association that "bump stocks are gone," but how the group responds to the final rule remains to be seen. A spokesperson for the NRA said in October 2017 that the ATF "should review bump-fire stocks to ensure they comply with federal law," but made clear it opposed the broader gun-control legislation raised by some in Congress.
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Rip Jerry.

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118581 No. 118581 ID: 1dc11c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Lawmakers vote to expand background checks, limit magazines

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>> No. 119031 ID: 1ea020
If you lived in a peaceful free country with a balanced budget and took out a student loan to go to medical school and then found out when you graduated that your country had turned into a bankrupt warmongering police state, would you work to pay back the debt and taxes?
>> No. 119032 ID: 1ea020
The American response to the US collapse is to deny that the USA is decaying, praise their beloved government overlords, and attack anyone who criticizes the government.

Americans simply seem unable to recognize cause and effect.

If the government destroys the economy with regulations, Americans slam private charities that help the homeless.

If the Gestapo arrest someone for smoking at Burger King, Americans blame Burger King.

If the government fails to protect the border, Americans criticize a nonprofit that tries to construct a private border wall.

When the US starts wars that lead to refugees, Americans attack churches that help house the refugees.

When the NSA unconstitutionally wiretaps Americans 24/7, Americans criticize Google.

When the government starts a trade war that reduces US exports and raises prices, Americans criticize China.
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>> No. 119077 ID: 8232d6
Jimmy JoJo say GFY. No more guns! 419-999-6455
>> No. 119094 ID: 5ec40a
Does anyone get the feeling that Americans will be wearing Mao suits and giving Nazi salutes soon?
>> No. 119095 ID: 5b5bb8
does anyone get the feeling you're our spammer and are gonna get another ban soon?

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