>Still operate MiG 15s and use 50 year old Russian cropdusters to drop our paratroopers >Field old monkey model T-55s and reverse-engineered attempts at modern tanks that we can't even build in significant numbeers. >Millions of underfed conscripts armed with nuggets and ppsh42s, with the occasional chinese type 56 thrown in. >None of the gas to fuel or transport any of the above, soldiers forced to grow their own food at their bases to not starve.
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Vincent Fleck has been reported dead in a mysterious swimming “event” near his home—and that was followed 24 hours later by the leaking to the public of Hillary Clinton’s secret medical reports from a Twitter account named @HillsMedlRecords—and that was nearly immediately shut down.
Prior to this Twitter account being shut down, however, this report continues, its creator was able to state “I hate to do this, but people need to need to know. Dr. Bardack was not honest about Hillary Clinton’s health and I have proof” and release several damaging medical... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>whatdoesitmean.com >conspiracydailyupdate.com Yea, sure. I don't like the Hildebeast, but this shit is getting ridiculous. One of the worst things about the government is it's deception. >Destruction = bringing democracy, ect. Trumps appeal is his honesty about his veiwpoints even if it's retarded and lacking in understanding of the most basic principles of democracy.
I can't figure out who'se doing this shit. Is it the left false flaging... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>“Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish the Second Amendment,” he said, referring to the piece of legislation that gun rights activists claim gives them the right to bear weapons. “If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the second amendment people, maybe there is.”
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I don’t like getting into the business of defending Presidential candidates during a campaign. It’s not my style. But when people start accusing Donald Trump of crimes after he makes stupid comments, I’m left with no choice. I’d do the same for Hillary Clinton. Say what you will about the candidates, but enough with ridiculous accusations. Last month, the internet went crazy, saying that Trump was guilty of espionage. Now people are saying that he threatened an assassination.
On Tuesday, Trump spoke at a campaign event in North Carolina, saying that Clinton wants... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>“Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish, the Second Amendment. By the way, and if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don’t know. But I’ll tell you what, that will be a horrible day. If Hillary gets to put her judges, right now we’re tied you see what’s going on, because Scalia, this was not supposed to happen. Justice Scalia was going to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Or unless conspiracy theories are one of your favorite accessories, as seems to be the case with the father, and now the son, Donald Trump Jr. On Sunday, he told CNN's Jake Tapper that the official unemployment numbers are "artificial" ones that are "massaged to make the existing economy look good" and "this administration look good." How do they supposedly do this? By, he claimed, defining "the way we actually measure unemployment" to be that "after x number of months, if someone can't find a job,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Even more damning than that, though, are the millions of people who "should" be working but aren't. Those are the 25- to 54-year-olds who, for the most part, are too old to still be in school, but too young to be retired. In 2000, 81.9 percent of them worked; in 2007, 80.3 percent did; but only 77.8 percent do today. That adds up to at least 2.5 million missing workers.
>Where have they gone? Well, some of them are probably people who decided to go back to school. Others are probably parents who felt... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Compared to his Democratic rival and Republican predecessors, Donald Trump is running a bargain-basement presidential campaign. Last month, the G.O.P. nominee spent just $18.5 million—less than half as much as Hillary Clinton. But since Trump transitioned from self-funding to relying on donors to get him to the White House, his campaign spending has surged—particularly when the money is going to the billionaire’s own businesses.
>In... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The Trump campaign’s decision to spend money on Trump-owned entities is not new, nor illegal. But it isn’t just Trump’s tendency to favor his namesake companies that is raising eyebrows. The business mogul has continually confused veteran political watchers by spending inordinate sums on seemingly trivial expenditures, such as merchandise, while neglecting other crucial areas. For instance, in the month of July, the Trump campaign spent more money on hats ($1.8 million) than on payroll ($500,000), the Wall Street Journal reports, despite its growing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The last month or so of Trump-Hillary coverage may have been the worst stretch of pure journo-shilling we've seen since the run-up to the Iraq war. In terms of political media, there’s basically nothing left on the air except Trump-bashing or Hillary-bashing.
>Take last week's news cycle:
>Red-state media obsessed over a series of emails about the Clinton Foundation obtained by Judicial Watch (a charter member of the "vast right-wing conspiracy") as part of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>What's crucial to understand is that a great many commercial media outlets now are not so much liberal-leaning as Democratic-Party leaning.
>There's a huge difference between advocacy journalism and electoral advocacy. Not just occasionally but all the time now, private news organizations are doing the work that political parties used to have to pay for in the form of ads.
>In the same way that Fox used to (and probably still does) save on reporting and research costs... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Just look at the history of Fox and its satellite organizations.
>Yes, the Murdoch empire has succeeded in accruing enormous power across the globe. In the United States, its impact on political affairs has been incalculable. It's led us into war, paralyzed Democratic presidencies, helped launch movements like the Tea Party and effectively spread so much disinformation that huge majorities of Republicans still doubt things like the birthplace of Barack Obama.
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>>64142 1. Victim complexes would never allow an "end" to come in their minds. 2. Gimmedat 3. Oh, take police off the streets? This is who BLM seem to think are the enemies. More gimmedats -public education is already a thing, what more do they want? Give college degrees out like food stamps? 4. Gimmedat Fortune 500 company, too many successful white people is RASICTSS 5. Make being a thug legal so the cops can't do shiiieettt 6. ???? Do it yourselves, no one is stopping them legally. Second parts... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>A lone gunman executed a revered Queens imam and his friend as the pair walked home from Saturday prayers, blasting each in the back of the head without a word, officials said.
>Mosque leader Maulama Akonjee and friend Thara Uddin were dressed in Muslim garb when the killer “approached from behind and shot” from point-blank range, said NYPD Deputy Inspector Henry Sautner of the Queens South Detective Bureau.
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>>66737 >That's what's known as "anger" and "hate", not fear.
I'm not talking about this specific incident; I think it is deplorable.
I'm offering an alternative to someone's (who should have enough respect for the dead not to immediately politicize it) claim of a 2016 US presidential candidate being the source of a thousands-year-old concept.
There's no way capitalism as we know will survive the impending robotics revolution. A gradual transition to some kind of robo socialism is inevitable, things like UBI will be a reality within a decade. For whatever reason this TRIGGERS the shit out of people who think it will just result in some monolithic state like the USSR reemerging.
>Your PC is bored. Your smartphone is, too. While you’re reading this story, your digital device is twiddling its thumbs, waiting for you to do something. When a smartphone can offer enough computing power for most tasks without breaking a sweat, you can understand why PC sales are tanking—and why Intel’s so enamored with virtual reality.
>Intel announced the Project Alloy virtual-reality headset... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Intel expects the worlds of virtual reality—the Oculus Rift—and augmented reality—the HoloLens—will eventually merge. That’s what Intel’s latest project, Project Alloy embodies: a device that primarily projects a virtual reality environment around the user, but incorporates aspects of augmented reality, too.
>Alloy uses a pair of RealSense cameras to “see” physical objects like a user’s hand, and project them into the virtual space. “We think this is going to be big,” Krzanich said during his... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>If this all sounds like a desperate attempt to latch on to the latest trend—well, you’re not alone. Unit sales of VR devices aren’t expected to take off until 2018 or so, if that, according to Jon Peddie Research. And it’s not clear what will drive the technology industry until then.
>In fact, we actually have a better idea of what will drive the technology industry after VR devices: self-driving cars. BMW executives appeared onstage to reveal their plans to ship cars that allow a driver to take his or her... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> One of the two girls accused of trying to sacrifice a 12-year-old classmate to a horror figure named Slender Man by stabbing her will enter a plea of insanity, according to her attorney.
>Morgan Geyser, 14, who was also 12 at the time of the May 2014 stabbing, will plead not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect, her lawyer, Tony Cotton, said during a court appearance in a Waukesha County, Wisc. Friday.
> Both Geyser and Weier will be tried as adults on the charge of first-degree... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>68266 The whole point of insanity defence is that they are so insane they can't focus on reality enough to go through a court case. Not just because it's insane what they did.
It's not even insane by the worlds standards. People perform rituals to their imaginary friends in the billions. They are going to put their hands on a stack of paper and swear to a killer sky god to destroy them if they lie in court. FFS
Belying his name, the 18-year-old Ohioan made the imprudent choice Thursday night to be carrying a loaded handgun while a passenger in a car traveling in Akron.
During a police traffic stop, Allah was found with a Hi-Point .380 caliber handgun in the waistband of his pants. The Canton resident was arrested on felony weapons charges, according to Akron Municipal Court records.
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http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/slender-man-girl-pleads-insanity/ar-BBvQlDT?li=BBnbfcL&ocid=wispr This was originally off BBC news but wtf? Is this site related to that new slender man game? /v/irgins and let's players on youtube were crazy about last year?
>In the summer of 1987, Sumner M. Redstone wrested control of Viacom in a hostile corporate takeover that left scorched relationships with the company’s management. Still bitter, executives sent Thomas E. Dooley, Viacom’s 30-year-old treasurer, to greet Mr. Redstone when he visited the Viacom office, the new boss wearing a plaid jacket bought on his way, the Filene’s Basement price tag still visible.
>Nearly three decades later, Mr. Redstone, with his daughter, Shari Redstone, at his side, has won yet another... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>But in recent years, the company has been overshadowed by popular digital outlets like Netflix, Amazon and Snapchat and plagued by weak ratings and declines in advertising sales across several of its TV networks. At the same time, its film studio has delivered dismal results. “Ben Hur,” Paramount’s production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, is expected to be yet another box-office disappointment.
>The resolution to the legal dispute left investors and analysts with a list of questions about the fate of Viacom: Would... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The executive shake-up at the media company was part of a complex settlement agreement to a public battle, in which Mr. Redstone and his daughter faced off against Mr. Dauman, long his most trusted adviser, and the Viacom board. The vicious three-month dispute included lawsuits in Massachusetts, Delaware and California, challenging Mr. Redstone’s mental capacity to make decisions about his businesses and asserting that he had been manipulated by his daughter in an “unlawful corporate takeover.”
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>KIEV – By any standards, the drumbeat of growing tensions between Russia and Ukraine this month has been especially ominous.
>It began as Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Kiev of embracing the “tactics of terror,” after Russia claimed to have caught Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko put troops... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Last week’s The incident earlier this month, the facts of which are hotly disputed, appeared to be a possible flash point. Russia claims that Ukrainian intelligence staged a high-level raid led by a former soldier, and now truck driver Yevgeny Panov. Ukrainian troops also fired across the border, Russia said, and two Russian servicemen were killed.
>Ukraine said the incident was invented. Later, a senior military intelligence officer told Poroshenko that Russian soldiers had shelled themselves.
The truth likely lies somewhere in between.
>“Whether Crimea happened or did not happen does not matter anymore,” said Michael Kofman, a fellow at the Kennan Institute of the Wilson Center who focuses on post-Soviet security issues. “Russia can make it real by simply reacting to it as though it was real.”
>Alex Ryabchyn, a member of Ukraine’s parliament, said Putin is looking to send a “signal to the West” to return to the negotiating table over Ukraine, believing that Kiev’s western partners are losing patience with Kiev amid the U.S. elections, the migration crisis and other urgent issues.
>“What will you do if I attack or take some anti-terrorist measures?” Ryabchyn said. “Will you invade? Will you express concern? Let’s start negotiating, because I can choose to do this or not to do this at any time.” ...
>Russia quickly posed the attacks as cause to refocus attention on the Minsk accords. Putin, in remarks from Crimea on Friday, said that the reason for the attack in Crimea was clear: “Because Ukraine is either unwilling or unable for some reason to implement the Minsk agreements.”
>The accords include the approval of a “special status” for the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine and local elections whose terms remain disputed and largely favorable to Moscow. Kiev, in turn, has demanded return of control of the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Alexander Hug, the Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, said in an interview that OSCE monitors are increasingly denied access to the conflict zone, and said that the tempo of fighting is worse where front lines come within meters of one another. Some heavy weaponry, which was supposed to be removed from the front and inventoried, has also returned, he said.
>As violence in the east heats up, Ukrainian officials have suggested that Russia may use upcoming military drills... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The unrest in a Milwaukee neighborhood after a fatal police shooting Saturday appears to have mostly abated, but the social media communication that helped fuel it has, if anything, intensified and focused on the officer.
>As of Tuesday, at least 3,000 people have shared a Facebook photo of the 24-year-old Milwaukee patrolman who fatally shot 23-year-old Sylville Smith — some of them adding furious and threatening comments.
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>>67517 It only enables it. As for internet harassment, generally the "stay anonymous and there's no threat" works, but this is targeting someone over events happening in real life.
Social networking amplifies it. For example, Twitter allows you to listen to only people you agree with. All information on your feed is handpicked from people you agree with, and it takes two seconds to block any information that you dislike.
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Anyone record MSNBC about 10:45am eastern today. They had rap-artist founder of Public Enemy. Behind him they showed the notorious COP-IN-CROSSHAIRS image. He was going on about Adolf OOPS Rudolph Giuliani and make America rage again. Boy if the Trump supporters did something that inflammatory.......
I think the woman is lying. She's obviously a whore, sitting in the curbside at one in the morning. Like duh.
The guy has to go down for hiring a prostitute and for assault, but the kidnapping charge should be easy to drop. Shouldn't have been charged with that in the first place, really. The guy sounds like a regular whores man who knows his shit.
>>66218 The entire freaking government needs to be audited, but how do you trust the people who can't balance their own books to do the job? I guess they'll just print off a few trillion more backed my a trickle of piss in the wind.
Not entirely accurate. Even though I lean right on most issues (not all by any means), I try to "observe" as much media from both sides as I can, mainly to see which stories are getting what amount of coverage and by who. While Breitbart is obviously just as right slanted as Huffpost is left slanted, Baitbart MOSTLY uses data and factual information in it's reporting, whereas Huggpost is almost always about "muh feelz".
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