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116392 No. 116392 ID: d4c8ee hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Type 001A leaves it's dock at Dalian, commissioning expected in 2020. Effectively it's a improved Kuznetsov and will be followed by the flatdeck Type 002 which was laid down last year.

>China’s first domestically built aircraft carrier slipped into the sea for the first time on Wednesday, after days of publicity celebrating the impending launch as a milestone in President Xi Jinping’s drive to extend China’s military reach far beyond its shores.

>Senior military and government officials watched as a champagne bottle was smashed on the bow and as the 1,033-foot gray hull of the carrier eased into the water at Dalian, a northeastern port, Chinese military media reported. The ship, festooned with red national flags and banners, then stopped next to the dock.

>It is far from ready for operations, but the launch “signified a major stage of progress of our country’s indigenous design and construction of aircraft carriers,” a People’s Liberation Army news bulletin said. It said the carrier would undergo more testing and fitting of equipment before trials in the water.

>The first news reports did not give the ship’s name, though previous reports have said it would probably be called the Shandong, after the eastern Chinese coastal province.
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>and let's put some VLS cells in it too to make it extra useless
>> No. 116409 ID: cce514
>alleged naval power.jpg

The Russian navy just lost a spy/recon ship after it rammed a African-flagged cargo ship carrying sheep and then sank, all 78 crew were rescued by the Turkish coasties.

>A Russian naval reconnaissance warship has collided with a Togo-flagged boat near Turkey’s Black Sea coast, prompting an evacuation. There were no reports of casualties on either ship, but the Russian boat sank.

>A Turkish coastal safety official told Reuters that 78 crew members had been evacuated from the Russian ship.

>Russia’s defence ministry said its vessel, the Liman, had a hole as a result of the incident. The ministry told the Interfax news agency there were no casualties among the ship’s crew, who were “fighting to keep the boat in the water”.

>However, the Turkish coastguard later reported the boat had sunk, around three hours after the crash.

>The shipping agent GAC said the Liman and the other vessel, which it identified as Youzarsif H, collided in fog and low visibility. The Togo-flagged boat is believed to have been carrying livestock. All its crew were also unhurt.
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>> No. 116424 ID: 334c17
>americans actually believe in that
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>Russians actually believe Josef Mengele was a Russian doctor who was murdered by Ukrainian nazis

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116421 No. 116421 ID: e266a3 hide watch quickreply [Reply]


White male, Ford technician, deep in debt, multiple divorcee and it seems all of the people he shot at happened to be not white (minus the cops I'm guessing). Apartment complex pool party with a beer in the other hand.
>> No. 116422 ID: e188a9
>ford technician

It turns out that FEEEERD incompetence at automotive repair extends to hate crimes.

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116331 No. 116331 ID: b70387 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
On today's edition of TBIguy's Emporium of the Other, we find out that a Philosophy Masters student was allowed to blog on South Africa's edition of the Huffington Post. And, boy, did she write a doozy!

Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?

>Some of the biggest blows to the progressive cause in the past year have often been due to the votes of white men. If white men were not allowed to vote, it is unlikely that the United Kingdom would be leaving the European Union, it is unlikely that Donald Trump would now be the President of the United States, and it is unlikely that the Democratic Alliance would now be governing four of South Africa's biggest cities.

>If white men no longer had the vote, the progressive cause would be strengthened. It would not be necessary to deny white men indefinitely – the denial of the vote to white men for 20 years (just less than a generation) would go some way to seeing a decline in the influence of reactionary and neo-liberal ideology in the world. The influence of reckless white males were one of the primary reasons that led to the Great Recession which began in 2008. This would also strike a blow against toxic white masculinity, one that is long needed.

>At the same time, a denial of the franchise to white men, could see a redistribution of global assets to their rightful owners. After all, white men have used the imposition of Western legal systems around the world to reinforce modern capitalism. A period of twenty years without white men in the world's parliaments and voting booths will allow legislation to be passed which could see the world's wealth far more equitably shared. The violence of white male wealth and income inequality will be a thing of the past.

The Editor-in-Chief of HuffPost South Africa evidently feels similarly.

This Blog On White Men Is Going Viral. Here's Our Response.
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>> No. 116381 ID: 6ef9f1
Man, what happened to all the editors?
>> No. 116382 ID: 0f54b8
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>> No. 116414 ID: a569d7
Popping in to point out that Huffington Post is so obviously shitty clickbait that the very liberal Washington Correspondent's Dinner made fun of it last night.

At this point it's about as newsworthy as someone's shitty Medium post. You couldn't really say that five years ago, but it's worse than Daily Kos now. The LGBT page isn't even respected in the LGBT community and we're hard up for content.
>> No. 116415 ID: a569d7
Please note that the guy who used to troll the very easily trolled Democratic Underground forums (the political equivalent of Sonic fandom) and then posted here about it as if it was an achievement is the one of the ones who thinks HuffPo shit is serious business.
>> No. 116416 ID: a569d7
Ariana Huffington realized you actually have to pay them and that most people don't care about typos anyway so yolo

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“The less the White House knows these days, the better.”

>The USS Carl Vinson, 1,100 feet long, has a displacement of 97,000 tons and sails with two nuclear reactors and about 60 aircraft. It’s escorted by a guided-missile cruiser and two destroyers.

>So how did President Trump lose it?

>In an interview with Fox Business taped on April 11, Trump confirmed a dramatic escalation in the nuclear standoff with North Korea, saying he was redirecting Navy ships to the area. “We are sending an armada — very powerful,” Trump said.

>Tough talk — except the Vinson strike group was not heading toward North Korea. It was continuing previously scheduled exercises with Australian forces in the Indian Ocean. Four days after Trump spoke of his Korea armada, a military trade publication noticed that photos released by the Navy showed the carrier off Indonesia — 3,500 miles from the Korean Peninsula — and apparently heading the other way.

>Was the Vinson looking for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370? Had Percy Jackson lured it into the Sea of Monsters, from which it would emerge somewhere in the Bermuda Triangle with Amelia Earhart, Grand Duchess Anastasia and Jimmy Hoffa?

>There has been much speculation about Trump’s nonsense talk about his “armada.” Administration officials suggested a miscommunication between the Pentagon and the White House. Others suspected deliberate psy-ops against North Korea and China.

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116058 No. 116058 ID: aadd02 hide watch quickreply [Reply]

Some little bitch said it was the worst deal for a city he'd ever seen. Pfff! Whatever.
>> No. 116061 ID: b70387
  Stadiums: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Woo, sports! Fuck money!
>> No. 116064 ID: e188a9
In unrelated news, the Las Vegas police department has reported a 500% increase in stabbings.
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Lease: Raiders Wouldn't Pay Rent At Tax-Funded Vegas Stadium

>LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The Oakland Raiders wouldn't pay rent at a proposed tax-funded stadium they want to call home in Las Vegas under the most recent version of a lease agreement unveiled Thursday during a meeting of the public entity overseeing plans for the $1.9 billion project.

>The stadium authority board justified the lack of rent for the Raiders with the investment that the team is making on the 65,000-seat domed stadium to which guests of hotels and other lodging facilities in the Las Vegas area are contributing $750 million through a room tax increase.

>"It's based on the fact that the Raiders are going to be investing up to $1.15 billion and certainly taking the risk for any overruns," board chairman Steve Hill said after the meeting. "So, in order to make that agreement make financial sense, the revenue from the stadium needed to flow to those investors."
>> No. 116375 ID: 09c7e0
I can't fucking wait to smoke legal weed while buying a professional blowjob from a legal hooker with the winnings from my wager on the 2nd quarter over-under and chucking Dcells at a 400lb niggers at a raiders game in vegas.

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116367 No. 116367 ID: cce514 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Anybody else following the custody case? It's been pretty hilarious.

>Jones said he sometimes smokes marijuana — nearly yearly — “to monitor its strength, which is how law enforcement does it.” He then added that he tested it because he believes it is now too strong — a development he blamed on billionaire and political donor George Soros, whom he claimed in court has “brain damaged a lot of people.”

Also his defense is that he's fake news:
>At a recent pretrial hearing, attorney Randall Wilhite told state District Judge Orlinda Naranjo that using his client Alex Jones’ on-air Infowars persona to evaluate Alex Jones as a father would be like judging Jack Nicholson in a custody dispute based on his performance as the Joker in “Batman.”

>“He’s playing a character,” Wilhite said of Jones. “He is a performance artist.”

>According to the attorney for Kelly Jones, ex-wife of the infamous radio host, Alex Jones said he couldn't remember "basic facts" about his children during a deposition because "he had a big bowl of chili for lunch."
>> No. 116368 ID: 22c903
hello waiter? Ive got some alphabet soup in my alphabet soup.

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116273 No. 116273 ID: 6a4e1a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Sharia law, y'all.
>MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The Alabama Senate has voted to allow a church to form its own police force.

>Lawmakers on Tuesday voted 24-4 to allow Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham to establish a law enforcement department.

>The church says it needs its own police officers to keep its school as well as its more than 4,000 person congregation safe.

>Critics of the bill argue that a police department that reports to church officials could be used to cover up crimes.

>The state has given a few private universities the authority to have a police force, but never a church or non-school entity.

>Police experts have said such a police department would be unprecedented in the U.S.
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Speaking of religious police, Georgia Man harasses Muslims... with a twist!
>Abdullah Rashid, 22, a Georgia native who moved to Cedar-Riverside last year, has been making the rounds in the Somali-dominated neighborhood, telling people not to drink, use drugs or interact with the opposite sex. If he sees Muslim women he believes are dressed inappropriately, he approaches them and suggests they should wear a jilbab, a long, flowing garment. And he says he's recruiting others to join the effort.

>But local Muslim leaders are sounding the alarm. They are working to stop Rashid's group, General Presidency of the Religious Affairs and Welfare of the Ummah, and have notified Minneapolis police, who say he's being banned from a Cedar-Riverside property. Some say the group is preying on vulnerable young Muslims in a community that has dealt with national scrutiny around radicalization and terrorism.

>"What he's doing is wrong and doesn't reflect the community at all," said Jaylani Hussein, executive director of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).

>Minneapolis police received reports in February from concerned residents who saw Rashid in a dark green uniform that said "Muslim Defense Force" and "Religious Police" and had two flags associated with ISIS and other terrorist groups.

>"We've had conversations with community members that live over there," said Officer Corey Schmidt, a police spokesman. "Sometimes it takes a little bit of time to deal with it, but it's something we've been monitoring."

>Jeff Van Nest, an FBI spokesman for Minneapolis, declined to comment.

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>> No. 116319 ID: d4c8ee
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>that one guy in every college history course, Muslim edition
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mount and blade is awesome faggit, go suck a rhodick

suck mah donger


that thur is a mah shitposting catchphrase, dont ware it ouut

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>that one guy in every college history course
Meanwhile, all of the other guys in every college level history course.

See the beauty of it is I don't have to add any extra photos or textual clues, he just screams cuck and bioware.
>> No. 116365 ID: 23c7cb
And yet you saw fit to reply to one with valueless opinion. Do you normally spend your time like this?

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>Authorities arrested several soldiers at Fort Stewart on Tuesday. The soldiers are believed to have used, had or involved in the sale of cocaine.

>Officials at the base were reluctant to speak with Popular Military, only offering a small statement in a press release.

>“We dedicate resources and work closely with our local law enforcement partners to identify and suppress illegal drug use in our ranks,” Maj. Gen. James Rainey, senior commander of Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield, said in a news release.

>An anonymous source at the base told Popular Military that sixty four soldiers from the 3-15 Infantry Battalion and the 1-30 Infantry Battalion are involved. It is not clear how many of them have been arrested. The source said the soldier at the top of the drug ring had ties to a known drug cartel.

>The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office arrested Pvt. First Class Mario Figueroa on drug trafficking charges, according to Maj. Jeff Hein of the LCSO Drug Task Force. The arrest was the result of a 90-day investigation by LCSO, Fort Stewart’s Criminal Investigation Division and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.

>The names of all those arrested have yet to be released.

>A spokesman for the Army’s Criminal Investigative Division (CID), Chris Grey, confirmed the apprehension of other soldiers but would not say how many soldiers were apprehended.

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>> No. 116361 ID: 80083a
Maybe they'll finally hang Hassan now so they can free up his bed in Leavenworth.

'Cause it's about to get crowded in there.
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>no you should enlist instead of staying in school and getting a commission because this guy won't respect you otherwise

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Berniebro founder (who lives in Yekaterinburg, Siberia and receives Kremlin funding) applies for Russian citizenship, cites "anti-Russian hysteria."

>The leader of California separatist group Yes California announced in a 1,600-word statement on Monday that he "intends to make Russia" his "new home" and is therefore withdrawing his petition for a "Calexit" referendum.

>Louis Marinelli, who has spearheaded the Calexit campaign since 2015, set up a makeshift embassy in Moscow in December in partnership with far-right Russian nationalists who enjoy Kremlin support while promoting secessionist movements in Europe.

>"I have found in Russia a new happiness, a life without the albatross of frustration and resentment towards ones’ homeland, and a future detached from the partisan divisions and animosity that has thus far engulfed my entire adult life," Marinelli wrote on Monday. "Consequently, if the people of Russia would be so kind as to welcome me here on a permanent basis, I intend to make Russia my new home."

>He added that he will "not return to California in the forseeable future," so "it is only proper" that he withdraw the Calexit ballot initiative petition and "allow a new petition, free from ties to me and drafted by others, to be resubmitted at future date of their choosing."

>Marinelli had been organizing the California independence referendum from Russia's fourth-largest city, Yekaterinburg, where he has lived with his wife, Anastasia, since September.

>He said in an interview in December that he was looking specifically to countries with veto power on the UN Security Council (UNSC) — Russia and China — to support his movement and recognize the results of an independence referendum in the event that the US and its UNSC allies rejected its legitimacy.

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>people of Failifornia want to GTFO because they feel the rest of the nation with its right wing national government and homophobia and racism doesn't represent Cali
>pissed that America commits war crimes and meddles in international affairs
>doesn't like that a loud mouth corrupt blowhard with deep corporate interest is president now
>leader of movement goes to Russia to escape that shit

Dear Zod people be goddamn stupid, this is like jews going to Hitler for protection from fucking Stalin.

I'd like to just say this douche is just a Kremlin stooge but I know for certain some Californians are so goddamn mentally stupid they'd not see the irony of this.

This isn't even an Edward Snowden situation where that geek bastard was possibly forced to stay in Russia when it was just the first stop originally in running away. Nah, this Calexit moron went directly there.

Can like the US secede from California instead?

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BEIJING — Dickson Wong, a marksman with a deep interest in firearms, arranges tours for groups of other Chinese gun enthusiasts to travel to DeSoto County, Fla., so they can shoot at firing ranges.

That's a long way to travel for target practice, but its exceedingly difficult to do that here in China where the restrictions on firearms are so severe that even possession of air rifles or toy guns can land you in jail for years.

“It’s a place Chinese can go to experience real gun culture,” Wong, 38, said. “It’s impossible to shoot here.”

Wong estimates tens of thousands of wealthy Chinese now travel to the U.S. every year to shoot, and aims to capture some of that demand when he opens his own state-of-the-art gun club in 2019.

He hopes to draw 5,000 Chinese tourists a year to his club with luxury accommodations and Chinese-speaking instructors. A promotional video for the club highlights sumptuous steaks, open-air firing ranges and a wide selection of weapons.

Gun tourism already is a growing business in the U.S. because of lax laws regulating firearms compared to other countries. For example, Honolulu attracts target shooters from Japan, which has stringent gun-control regulations, and Las Vegas has many firing ranges available for domestic and foreign visitors.

Wong has the closest thing to a gun shop in Beijing. It has camouflage gear, holsters and T-shirts quoting the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment — which guarantees the right to bear arms. What's missing from the shop are the arms, which are illegal to manufacture or sell in China for private use.

Although weapons control laws in China date back to the third century B.C., China was awash in firearms when the communists came to power in 1949 – the result of resistance to Japanese occupation and a protracted civil war.
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Weirdly, the chinks seem to appreciate our gun kul-chore more than a lot of blue-state Yankees.
>> No. 116253 ID: f0fb5d
I'd imagine they flock to Las Vegas more than DeSoto County, FL.
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The idea of mainlanders with guns is hilarious.

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