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Ben Shapiro might have had his fair share of cucking [and he's still massively cucking against Trump on his new employer's site], but his two articles covering Obama's visit to Cuba are very good. I heartily recommend them:

Quote:The Castros understand that Obama just signed them the greatest blank check they’ve ever received. And they’re milking it.

Here are five reasons Obama’s trip to Cuba is one of the worst acts of his presidency.

- Imprisonment Of Dissidents.
- Re-Enshrinement Of The Castros.
- Humiliation Of America.
- Pretend Changes.
- Romanticization Of Poverty.

http://www.dailywire.com/news/4251/5-rea...en-shapiro

Quote:Sitting beside stand-in strongman Raul Castro, Obama listened patiently as Castro explained that women and men receive the same pay for the same work in Cuba (namely: nearly nothing), denied the presence of political prisoners in Cuba (there are thousands in jail), and lectured the United States for its shortcomings on race. “We defend human rights,” Castro blustered on the same day that his jackboots locked up his political adversaries. “In our view, civil, political, economic, and social rights are indivisible, interdependent and universal. Actually, we find it inconceivable that a government does not defend and ensure the right to health care, any patient, social security, food provision and development, equal pay and the rights of children.” Castro went on to demand the turnover of Guantanamo Bay and the end of the American trade embargo with the island nation.

Then, when it came time for Obama to respond, he promptly rolled over so that Castro could rub his tummy:

http://www.dailywire.com/news/4262/castr...en-shapiro

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The National Interest magazine is hiring a defense blogger (based in Washington DC). Any of you folks interested?

http://www.nationalinterest.org/blog/the...gger-15593

It's a very good and consistently pro-Trump magazine, not anything like National Review, Blaze or similar cuck centrals.

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"The National Interest magazine is hiring a defense blogger (based in Washington DC). Any of you folks interested?"

That would be an interesting job. Maybe I will.
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Chris Christie is so fat that he buys a bag of M&Ms, and then another bag of M&Ms so he can fill the first one when it starts to get low.

And this man could've been our president.

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I wish this was satire but it probably isn't.
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(03-26-2016 02:08 PM)RaccoonFace Wrote:  I wish this was satire but it probably isn't.
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President Nixon was aware of the Jews (starting at 12:20, along with other dialogues in the rest of the video):



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(03-26-2016 02:08 PM)RaccoonFace Wrote:  I wish this was satire but it probably isn't.
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http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2016...ervention/

Quote:Newly disclosed emails show that Libya’s plan to create a gold-backed currency to compete with the euro and dollar was a motive for NATO’s intervention.

Quote:But historians of the 2011 NATO war in Libya will be sure to notice a few of the truly explosive confirmations contained in the new emails: admissions of rebel war crimes, special ops trainers inside Libya from nearly the start of protests, Al Qaeda embedded in the U.S. backed opposition, Western nations jockeying for access to Libyan oil, the nefarious origins of the absurd Viagra mass rape claim, and concern over Gaddafi’s gold and silver reserves threatening European currency.

Quote:The same intelligence email from Sydney Blumenthal also confirms what has become a well-known theme of Western supported insurgencies in the Middle East: the contradiction of special forces training militias that are simultaneously suspected of links to Al Qaeda.

Blumenthal relates that “an extremely sensitive source” confirmed that British, French, and Egyptian special operations units were training Libyan militants along the Egyptian-Libyan border, as well as in Benghazi suburbs.

While analysts have long speculated as to the “when and where” of Western ground troop presence in the Libyan War, this email serves as definitive proof that special forces were on the ground only within a month of the earliest protests which broke out in the middle to end of February 2011 in Benghazi.

By March 27 of what was commonly assumed a simple “popular uprising” external special operatives were already “overseeing the transfer of weapons and supplies to the rebels” including “a seemingly endless supply of AK47 assault rifles and ammunition.”

Yet only a few paragraphs after this admission, caution is voiced about the very militias these Western special forces were training because of concern that, “radical/terrorist groups such as the Libyan Fighting Groups and Al Qa’ida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) are infiltrating the NLC and its military command.”

Quote:The email identifies French President Nicholas Sarkozy as leading the attack on Libya with five specific purposes in mind: to obtain Libyan oil, ensure French influence in the region, increase Sarkozy’s reputation domestically, assert French military power, and to prevent Gaddafi’s influence in what is considered “Francophone Africa.”

Most astounding is the lengthy section delineating the huge threat that Gaddafi’s gold and silver reserves, estimated at “143 tons of gold, and a similar amount in silver,” posed to the French franc (CFA) circulating as a prime African currency. In place of the noble sounding “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P) doctrine fed to the public, there is this “confidential” explanation of what was really driving the war [emphasis mine]:

This gold was accumulated prior to the current rebellion and was intended to be used to establish a pan-African currency based on the Libyan golden Dinar. This plan was designed to provide the Francophone African Countries with an alternative to the French franc (CFA).

Quote:Early in the Libyan conflict Secretary of State Clinton formally accused Gaddafi and his army of using mass rape as a tool of war. Though numerous international organizations, like Amnesty International, quickly debunked these claims, the charges were uncritically echoed by Western politicians and major media.

It seemed no matter how bizarre the conspiracy theory, as long as it painted Gaddafi and his supporters as monsters, and so long as it served the cause of prolonged military action in Libya, it was deemed credible by network news.

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Why was this guy, Gerald Ford, such a forgettable president? I literally can't associate anything with his name. I can tell a couple of things about every single president after World War II but I seriously can't name anything he did, positive or negative...

Didn't he have something to do with the Vietnam War? Wasn't he the one who returned the troops from Vietnam? Outside of that, I can't name anything.

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(03-21-2016 08:16 AM)Surreyman Wrote:  @Samseau Pathetic to see the Democrats nitpicking over what is and what isn't a genocide.

Short of gas chambers, no other group in the Middle East is going to be awarded genocide victim status. We learned that fact in the case of the Armenians.

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Formal genocide victim status is political these days. When one has it, political privilege ensues. Go you think that they are going to give Christians political privilege in the Middle East? Dream on.
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(03-31-2016 01:41 PM)RaccoonFace Wrote:  Why was this guy, Gerald Ford, such a forgettable president? I literally can't associate anything with his name. I can tell a couple of things about every single president after World War II but I seriously can't name anything he did, positive or negative...

Didn't he have something to do with the Vietnam War? Wasn't he the one who returned the troops from Vietnam? Outside of that, I can't name anything.

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Chevy Chase did a mean impression, and Gerald fell down a few airplane ramps.

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On the topic of Trump and politics and war but kind of off topic:

I was in class today and the instructor mentioned a video that I had used for my presentation on the country earlier this term. Its a 4th year course but I got in even though I am in my first year. A space needed to be filled. So lucky me. The class she was talking about was one of the first year courses she is the instructor for.

If you haven't seen the video I recommend it if you are interested in the Czech Republic. It is a speech by the Czech President. My instructor said that she showed the video to her students in her class. According to her there were people that after awhile stopped watching, a couple that could see why the Czech President was saying such things, and apparently several that thought the speech was like one by Trump and as such it was too right wing and thus 'wrong'.

I got a good mark on the presentation I mentioned. A-. I wanted to show something on topic, interesting, and to do with my case study. It did have an effect and I am hoping some got visibly annoyed or pissed off by the content.

I hope some of you will like the speech the Czech President made.

You mention Trump on campus and any anti migrant leader or show their speeches and you get knee-jerk reactions in the current university system where I am at. Being Right wing and against mass migration= bad.


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(03-31-2016 01:41 PM)RaccoonFace Wrote:  Why was this guy, Gerald Ford, such a forgettable president? I literally can't associate anything with his name. I can tell a couple of things about every single president after World War II but I seriously can't name anything he did, positive or negative...

Didn't he have something to do with the Vietnam War? Wasn't he the one who returned the troops from Vietnam? Outside of that, I can't name anything.

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He's the only president in the 29th century who never won any election. He's only president because Nixon resigned due to Watergate scandal.
He narrowly lost to Carter in the 1976 election (due to presiding over a financial crisis and pardoning Nixon) and to Reagan in the 1980 primary.
I guess he's memorable for having sucked.
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Tribe member journalist William D. Cohan is very upset with Trump voters... Leonard Lopate asked him on to his show talk about Trump but this guy has no insight. Only made it five minutes into the conversations that includes Cohan blasting Trump supporters who want to maintain the country's demographics. He call them not right thinking. I am sure he feels the same way about Israel.

http://www.wnyc.org/story/wall-street-and-trump/
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Any idea on what is in Fields' hand? Pic here: http://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/statu...80/photo/1

I mean, do you remember the Bulgarian umbrellas, back during the cold war? Compare:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulgarian_...brella.svg
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(03-20-2016 07:16 AM)RaccoonFace Wrote:  I read the following in a Reddit thread:

Quote:80% of Soviet males born in 1923 didn’t survive WWII.

I've noticed that when Communism takes over a majority Christian nation that has old traditions with the church. It seems like said countries come out of it quicker than countries who are atheists or less religious. China, North Korea, Vietnam and Laos are still communist. Russia ain't, I'm guessing the lefties in those countries simply don't breed and the strong Christian faithed people keep on breeding until they outnumber the communists.

Any thoughts?
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(04-05-2016 04:38 AM)zombiejimmorrison Wrote:  
(03-20-2016 07:16 AM)RaccoonFace Wrote:  I read the following in a Reddit thread:

Quote:80% of Soviet males born in 1923 didn’t survive WWII.

I've noticed that when Communism takes over a majority Christian nation that has old traditions with the church. It seems like said countries come out of it quicker than countries who are atheists or less religious. China, North Korea, Vietnam and Laos are still communist. Russia ain't, I'm guessing the lefties in those countries simply don't breed and the strong Christian faithed people keep on breeding until they outnumber the communists.

Any thoughts?

Wrong on all accounts. The Asian countries you mentioned have had much higher birthrates than Russia since the 1950's. The end of communism in Russia came out of several historical reasons that had nothing to do with culture or demographics. A lot of it was cold war pressures which bankrupted the state. Which was ironically a "capitalist" failing of beauracracy.

Of the countries you mentioned only North Korea is still really "communist" all the others have transititoned to state (institutional) capitalism) but still keep the old labels for funsies.
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^^ The downside to this type of automation is that we won't get to see as many youtube videos of 200lb mammies throwing tantrums at MickeyD's employees and wrasslin' matches on the floor or fist fights with various patrons.
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Multiculturalism for you but not for me: Israeli hospitals maintain separate maternity wards for Jews and Arabs

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The pieces of Islam...

http://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/artic...ordet.html

Quote:Nazimuddin Samad wrote what he thought. The student and committed bloggers from Bangladesh had never hidden his criticism of religious extremism. "I have no religion" emblazoned openly under his Facebook profile. That was his death sentence. Against 21:00 on Wednesday night three unknowns had hacked the 28-year-olds on the street in pieces.

Samad had been on his way home from Jagannath University, where he studied law. At a busy intersection in the old part of the capital Dhaka he were cut off with a bike on his path and had then gone off with machetes on him. Recently, to make sure that he was really dead, they had shot him in the head. Eyewitnesses later, the attacker would have in all this aloud "Allahu Akbar!" (Allah is great) chanted. Police have no suspects, and to date has still not certain Islamist group known to fact. But the bloggers who write in Bangladesh against fanaticism, have many enemies.

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I was reading the biography of Neil Bush (Lyin' Ted's finance team member) and was surprised to find this positive bit about him:

Quote:Anti-Ritalin campaign
In 2002, Neil Bush told the New York Post that he "endured his own Ritalin hell seven years ago when educators in a Houston private school diagnosed his son, Pierce, (then) 16, with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and pushed medication."

In a September 26, 2002, episode of CNN Interview,[23] Bush told Connie Chung:

“You know, we have a knee-jerk reaction in this education system where, if the kid doesn't perform well, then the reaction is to try to assign a label. The label is followed by a drug. The drug allows the kid to sit cooperatively, to pay attention, to focus in school.”
Bush spent years researching the issue and found that "the educators were wrong" about his son. "There is a systemic problem in this country, where schools are often forcing parents to turn to Ritalin," he said. "It's obvious to me that we have a crisis."

Also that year, Bush testified before a hearing of the United States Congress to speak out against over-medicating children for learning disorders.

He has suggested that many parents believe the ADD and ADHD diagnoses and subsequent medicating of their children because it explains why they aren't doing well in school, saying "it's the system that is failing to engage children in the classroom. My heart goes out to any parents who are being led to believe their kids have a disorder or are disabled."[24]

Neil Bush (along with filmmaker Michael Moore) is credited in the cast of a 2005 documentary called The Drugging of Our Children[25] directed by Gary Null. In the film's trailer[26] Bush says: "Just because it is easy to drug a kid and get them to be compliant doesn't make it right to do it".

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Bill Clinton just called out BLM. Sista Soulja moment II?
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