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114910 No. 114910 ID: 4c9023

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>> No. 114911 ID: 4c9023
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>> No. 114917 ID: cce514
>good job /pol/! we convinced everyone that trump drinks piss in russia!
>> No. 114925 ID: 22c903
>implying they didnt already think that, and by having this entire thing happen is making those people lessen their stance by making it seem more absurd.
>> No. 114926 ID: e59f1a

>Somebody is salty because he just found out his worldview is based on lies made up by 4channers.
>> No. 114929 ID: cce514
Except the actual author of the report has been found, while the person on twitter claiming to have written it for /pol/ has deleted their account.

>pence/rubio '17
>> No. 114930 ID: e59f1a

Care to provide links?
>> No. 114931 ID: 791f24
I don't see how people who were convinced pizzagate was real wouldn't believe that Trump drinks piss in Russia. Power, wealth, corruption and degeneracy are all characteristics that have well established historical links.
>> No. 114932 ID: cce514
Info about the intel officer is in the other thread. The twitter account was https://twitter.com/trsprudence
>> No. 114935 ID: 9723b1
>Except an author of the report has been manufactured, while the person on twitter claiming to have written it for /pol/ was reported and had it deleted.

Maybe because there are plotholes, chief among them: Obama never stayed in Moscow Ritz Carlton, he only had a lunch date there, with media present. After the lunch date he went to Metropol hotel for another lunch date.

Second, why would this "agent" be writing this stuff? How would it pertain to an investigation? What kind of agent adds what he believes to be the personal emotions/motivations of someone (he hates obama) or make value judgement (perverted)? Only a Democrat would have enough narcissism to claim Trump hated Obama enough to hire hookers to pee on his bed.

And finally I'm interested in his sources. He even has exact wording and body positions used during the alleged clam crying. He didn't say what an intelligence operative would say, which is: "two unknown women entered. the housekeeper found large quantities of urine on the bedspread".

It's not just a lie, it's a lie with poor imagination and with poorly researched backstory.
>> No. 114941 ID: d4c8ee
>And the former MI6 agent is not the only source for the claim about Russian kompromat on the president-elect. Back in August, a retired spy told me he had been informed of its existence by "the head of an East European intelligence agency".

>Later, I used an intermediary to pass some questions to active duty CIA officers dealing with the case file - they would not speak to me directly. I got a message back that there was "more than one tape", "audio and video", on "more than one date", in "more than one place" - in the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow and also in St Petersburg - and that the material was "of a sexual nature".

>On 15 October, the US secret intelligence court issued a warrant to investigate two Russian banks. This news was given to me by several sources and corroborated by someone I will identify only as a senior member of the US intelligence community. He would never volunteer anything - giving up classified information would be illegal - but he would confirm or deny what I had heard from other sources.

>"I'm going to write a story that says..." I would say. "I don't have a problem with that," he would reply, if my information was accurate. He confirmed the sequence of events below.

>Last April, the CIA director was shown intelligence that worried him. It was - allegedly - a tape recording of a conversation about money from the Kremlin going into the US presidential campaign.

>It was passed to the US by an intelligence agency of one of the Baltic States. The CIA cannot act domestically against American citizens so a joint counter-intelligence taskforce was created.

>The taskforce included six agencies or departments of government. Dealing with the domestic, US, side of the inquiry, were the FBI, the Department of the Treasury, and the Department of Justice. For the foreign and intelligence aspects of the investigation, there were another three agencies: the CIA, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the National Security Agency, responsible for electronic spying.

>Lawyers from the National Security Division in the Department of Justice then drew up an application. They took it to the secret US court that deals with intelligence, the Fisa court, named after the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. They wanted permission to intercept the electronic records from two Russian banks.

>Their first application, in June, was rejected outright by the judge. They returned with a more narrowly drawn order in July and were rejected again. Finally, before a new judge, the order was granted, on 15 October, three weeks before election day.

>Neither Mr Trump nor his associates are named in the Fisa order, which would only cover foreign citizens or foreign entities - in this case the Russian banks. But ultimately, the investigation is looking for transfers of money from Russia to the United States, each one, if proved, a felony offence.

>A lawyer- outside the Department of Justice but familiar with the case - told me that three of Mr Trump's associates were the subject of the inquiry. "But it's clear this is about Trump," he said.
>> No. 114942 ID: 649f2c
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>my favorite reality show political character would never lie, but all the rest of them are evil

thats sounds like logical objectivity right there. you're a real thinking man for sure
>> No. 114944 ID: e59f1a

So the "MI6 officer" that may or may not exist was the source. Oh good job fella.

On a side note, CNN seems to be in for a great time :D
>> No. 114950 ID: cf7b37
Hilldawgs BTFO!
>> No. 114958 ID: 9dc901
They kept telling me the internet is the greatest achievement of the modern age, but I just didn't believe it.


Fucking internet generation is growing up and getting important jobs, fuck me this is hilarity.
>> No. 114964 ID: 9723b1
>spastic replies to wrong post
>shitposts at people on his side

One post up. This story has more empty holes than a Labor Party convention.
>> No. 114976 ID: 213663
Given the tremendous amount of free support the Trump campaign got from Russian state funded media, I find the concept the he is their Mancurian candidate entirely believable (the fact that Trump has publicly outed himself as a peabrain is further convincing evidence).
Handing off control of the government to someone like that is intensely irresponsible & I'd like to see Trump's security clearance held until he is properly vetted. If it takes longer than Friday then Pence can handle the top secret stuff for a while, he has been entirely open about the vetting process and had demonstrated that he has nothing to hide.
The chain is only as strong as it's weakest link, if Trump & Breitbart are emailing the KGB all our most sensitive info them whats even the point of vetting all the other people in the intelligence community or even having an intelligence community?

Here come all the vodka scented "true american patriots" to insult me (because requiring vetting for a bunch of cosmopolitan new yorkers is sooo illogical). I bet posting this makes me a liberal and Hillary supporter or worse
>> No. 114978 ID: 07f6dc
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>if Trump & Breitbart are emailing the KGB all our most sensitive info

You are the caricature of a caricature of a bad political joke.
>> No. 114979 ID: cce514
The Israelis are already saying they're concerned that the Trump administration will immediately forward sensitive information to Russia and Iran and compromise their sources.
>> No. 114980 ID: cce514
MI6 now asking for guarantees that British agents will not be compromised by Trump administration.
>> No. 114981 ID: 51c579

He already accidentally his own business partner into a deep pit in Turkey. By carelessly blabbering on a phone. Let that sink in for a bit.

Remember: never ascribe to conspiracy what can be explained by incompetence. Especially when you're dealing with gross, gross incompetence.
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>He already accidentally his own business partner into a deep pit in Turkey. By carelessly blabbering on a phone

By any chance was his code name Duchess?
>> No. 114986 ID: 9723b1
Trump and Bernie were the only candidates to promise not to nuke Russia.

And if you paid a smidgen of attention you'd know RT spent A SHITLOAD MORE TIME shilling for Bernie than Trump.

>I'd like to see Trump's security clearance held until he is properly vetted.
Sure as long as the vetting isn't done by CIA, FBI, NSA, DHS or any other agencies which have come out during the election as having political biases against the man. See that's the fucking problem isn't it, Obama has loaded the agencies with his people, and ordered them to go after Trump.

He even ordered IRS to harass Trump during the election, so Democrats could ask for Trumps tax returns to be released without him being able to.

>The Isra
Let me stop you right there.
>> No. 114990 ID: cce514
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Good news guys, the paid troll who supports Turkey's Islamist government says Trump doesn't need a security background check and there's nooooo waaaaay he could be a Russian agent!
>> No. 114994 ID: 9723b1
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>speak out against Erdogan specifically
>hate on Turkey and Islam in general all the time
>criticize their stone age philosophy with a passion
>firmly believe the world can be improved with its removal
You've confused me with the strawman you built in your head to represent anyone that opposes your MSM brainwashing.
>> No. 115005 ID: 649f2c
>muh genocide

Listen here buddy. Russia DESERVED the Holocaust because they spent 1922 to June of 1941 enabling German rearmament and enabling Adolf Hitler's actions in Europe. You lie down with fascist dogs, you get the fleas you deserve.

It's the same thing that happened in WWI. The rape of Belgium was just punishment for Belgian actions in the Congo.
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>> No. 115009 ID: dd244d
And when you get gassed it will be deserved too, lol.
>> No. 115017 ID: cce514
Nah he's not talking about WW2, it's the Russian nationalist/neo-nazi conspiracy theory where they believe that the collapse of the Soviet Union and the resulting end of it's welfare/slave-state programs, resulting in a decrease in birth rates and a increase in morality, was actually a US-perpetrated genocide against Russians that killed "more people than the holocaust" because they draw a exponential line from the mid-80s birth rate, find the difference from the actual population and add on all the reported deaths, ending up with a Christian Dark Ages style chart.
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I thought you faggots don't believe in Holocaust at all? I thought you believe it didn't happen in Europe, rather then in Russia, why don't you tell me you believe that Holdomor was deserved by Ukrainians, or Armenians deserve to be slaughtered by Turks?

>nationalist/neo-nazi conspiracy theory
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>> No. 115032 ID: 3b6910
m8 this is some choice international banter.
>> No. 115040 ID: cce514
>WASHINGTON - The FBI and five other law enforcement and intelligence agencies have collaborated for months in an investigation into Russian attempts to influence the November election, including whether money from the Kremlin covertly aided President-elect Donald Trump, two people familiar with the matter said.

>The agencies involved in the inquiry are the FBI, the CIA, the National Security Agency, the Justice Department, the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and representatives of the director of national intelligence, the sources said.

>Investigators are examining how money may have moved from the Kremlin to covertly help Trump win, the two sources said. One of the allegations involves whether a system for routinely paying thousands of Russian-American pensioners may have been used to pay some email hackers in the United States or to supply money to intermediaries who would then pay the hackers, the two sources said.
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>One of the allegations involves whether a system for routinely paying thousands of Russian-American pensioners may have been used to pay some email hackers in the United States or to supply money to intermediaries who would then pay the hackers, the two sources said.
>> No. 115060 ID: b86cd3
You forgot to add the impact of the Finno-Korean Hyper War to that chart.
>> No. 115073 ID: b430d1
Chinese joke:
The only things Russia exports any more both blow: Jet engines and women.
>> No. 115074 ID: 71ae68
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You forgot Soviet surplus and funny HOMO pictures.
>> No. 115076 ID: 9723b1
It's funny that a country that can't make a jet engine thinks that's funny.
>> No. 115077 ID: f6bcd1
russia doesn't make its own jet engines, they just copy western designs.
>> No. 115078 ID: b70387
That is "making," though. The point is, China can't even do that.
>> No. 115079 ID: d4c8ee
Only until recently. The Chinese have been having problems more with metallurgy and quality control than actual design, but the way things are going they'll have caught up by 2020, 2025 at the absolute latest.
>> No. 115081 ID: b430d1
considering that more than half the current STEM graduate students at harvard, yale, MIT, rensselaer & caltech are chinese nationals, one would hope so.
>> No. 115082 ID: d4c8ee
Most of them are there because their tuhao (lit: "grand dirt", new money) parents are paying for their little prince to get a prestigious education, and typically the kids just cheat their way through the program while probably also crashing a $100,000 sports car. But still, for every hundred cheaters and slackers there's going to be one or two nerds who take things seriously.

>The attack happened on Saturday afternoon outside a school in Hubei’s Zhongxiang city. After the exam, students besieged teachers who had reportedly imposed strict measures and stopped students from cheating.

>More than 50 teachers from outside Zhongxiang had been assigned to invigilate the exam on purpose, said media reports. Of those, two were attacked.

>One teacher - after confiscating a mobile phone from a student who tried to slip it into the exam room - was punched in the face by the father of the angry teenager. Police were called to the scene, and the father was later arrested.


However the issue is more that it takes time and effort to build up the institutional knowledge of things like metallurgy, FADEC, fuels, etc to build good jet turbines. The Chinese have been sawing at the problem since the 80s, and have the added issue of having to work with Chinese manufacturers (whoops turns out Guangdong Charlie was replacing the chromium with melamine and has fled to Toronto), and back in August the Chinese government set up a new corporation to hopefully get around the latter issues.
>> No. 115088 ID: 9723b1
Everyone copies German jet engine designs. This is why design is never a problem with jet engines, only materials.
>> No. 115099 ID: d4c8ee
>wheraboos actually believe this

For France and Russia maybe. The UK and US both had their own axial-flow engine development going on at the same time that independently produced engines of equal or better performance.
>> No. 115101 ID: 19ede3
No German has ever designed a jet engine. Austrians did, but they haven't done so since the first half of the 1940s. Nice hitler dubs
>> No. 115102 ID: b70387
This thread would have made more sense elsewhere on the site. Just a heads up.

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