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  2. Clapper 2017 “I know for a fact there was no surveillance on the Trump campaign, and I would have known”. Clapper 2018 “Not only did I know, it’s a good thing!”
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  4. motonoggin

    SJW retardation

    Would it help at all if I brought a black person here to explain this to you? And what do you consider racism, again? And what charges would they face in court?
  5. Highmark

    SJW retardation

    1. White people, if you don’t have any descendants, will your property to a black or brown family. Preferably one that lives in generational poverty. 2. White people, if you’re inheriting property you intend to sell upon acceptance, give it to a black or brown family. You’re bound to make that money in some other white privileged way. 3. If you are a developer or realty owner of multi-family housing, build a sustainable complex in a black or brown blighted neighborhood and let black and brown people live in it for free. 4. White people, if you can afford to downsize, give up the home you own to a black or brown family. Preferably a family from generational poverty. 5. White people, if any of the people you intend to leave your property to are racists assholes, change the will, and will your property to a black or brown family. Preferably a family from generational poverty. 6. White people, re-budget your monthly so you can donate to black funds for land purchasing. 7. White people, especially white women (because this is yaw specialty — Nosey Jenny and Meddling Kathy), get a racist fired. Yaw know what the fuck they be saying. You are complicit when you ignore them. Get your boss fired cause they racist too. 8. Backing up No. 7, this should be easy but all those sheetless Klan, Nazi’s and Other lil’ dick-white men will all be returning to work. Get they ass fired. Call the police even: they look suspicious. 9. OK, backing up No. 8, if any white person at your work, or as you enter in spaces and you overhear a white person praising the actions from yesterday, first, get a pic. Get their name and more info. Hell, find out where they work — Get Them Fired. But certainly address them, and, if you need to, you got hands: use them. 10. Commit to two things: Fighting white supremacy where and how you can (this doesn’t mean taking up knitting, unless you’re making scarves for black and brown kids in need), and funding black and brown people and their work.
  6. NaturallyAspirated

    SJW retardation

    Prosecution of those who engage in racism. Neal
  7. NaturallyAspirated

    SJW retardation

    Suck it up buttercup. Neal
  8. NaturallyAspirated

    SJW retardation

    Of course I will dismiss garbage come on. It's pure crap. That same diatribe can just as easily be for any racial group, just supplant white with balck, brown, yellow, whatever. All people can persue and punish those who engage in racism. All races can and should support and promote fair and equal treatment of all races. Neal
  9. motonoggin

    Homeless stats

    If you don't like what capitalism has done to society, you can never use money ever again.
  10. Strzok: And hi. Went well, best we could have expected. Other than [REDACTED] quote: “the White House is running this.” My answer, “well, maybe for you they are.” And of course, I was planning on telling this guy, thanks for coming, we’ve got an hour, but with Bill [Priestap] there, I’ve got no control…. Page: Yeah, whatever (re the WH comment). We’ve got the emails that say otherwise.
  11. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/norman-solomon/why-the-washington-posts_b_4587927.html Why the Washington Post ‘s New Ties to the CIA Are So Ominous American journalism has entered highly dangerous terrain. A tip-off is that the Washington Post refuses to face up to a conflict of interest involving Jeff Bezos — who’s now the sole owner of the powerful newspaper at the same time he remains Amazon’s CEO and main stakeholder. The Post is supposed to expose CIA secrets. But Amazon is under contract to keep them. Amazon has a new $600 million “cloud” computing deal with the CIA. The situation is unprecedented. But in an email exchange early this month, Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron told me that the newspaper doesn’t need to routinely inform readers of the CIA-Amazon-Bezos ties when reporting on the CIA. He wrote that such in-story acknowledgment would be “far outside the norm of disclosures about potential conflicts of interest at media organizations.” But there isn’t anything normal about the new situation. As I wrote to Baron, “few journalists could have anticipated ownership of the paper by a multibillionaire whose outside company would be so closely tied to the CIA.” TheWashington Post ‘s refusal to provide readers with minimal disclosure in coverage of the CIA is important on its own. But it’s also a marker for an ominous pattern — combining denial with accommodation to raw financial and governmental power — a synergy of media leverage, corporate digital muscle and secretive agencies implementing policies of mass surveillance, covert action and ongoing warfare. Digital prowess at collecting global data and keeping secrets is crucial to the missions of Amazon and the CIA. The two institutions have only begun to explore how to work together more effectively. For the CIA, the emerging newspaper role of Mr. Amazon is value added to any working relationship with him. The CIA’s zeal to increase its leverage over major American media outlets is longstanding. After creation of the CIA in 1947, it enjoyed direct collaboration with many U.S. news organizations. But the agency faced a major challenge in October 1977, when — soon after leaving the Washington Post — famed Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein provided an extensive expose in Rolling Stone. Citing CIA documents, Bernstein wrote that during the previous 25 years “more than 400 American journalists... have secretly carried out assignments for the Central Intelligence Agency.” He added: “The history of the CIA’s involvement with the American press continues to be shrouded by an official policy of obfuscation and deception.” Bernstein’s story tarnished the reputations of many journalists and media institutions, including the Washington Post and New York Times. While the CIA’s mission was widely assumed to involve “obfuscation and deception,” the mission of the nation’s finest newspapers was ostensibly the opposite. During the last few decades, as far as we know, the extent of extreme media cohabitation with the CIA has declined sharply. At the same time, as the run-up to the U.S. invasion of Iraq attests, many prominent U.S. journalists and media outlets have continued to regurgitate, for public consumption, what’s fed to them by the CIA and other official “national security” sources. The recent purchase of the Washington Post by Jeff Bezos has poured some high-finance concrete for a new structural bridge between the media industry and the surveillance/warfare state. The development puts the CIA in closer institutionalized proximity to the Post, arguably the most important political media outlet in the United States. At this point, about 30,000 people have signed a petition (launched by RootsAction.org) with a minimal request: “The Washington Post’s coverage of the CIA should include full disclosure that the sole owner of the Post is also the main owner of Amazon — and Amazon is now gaining huge profits directly from the CIA.” On behalf of the petition’s signers, I’m scheduled to deliver it to the Washington Post headquarters on January 15. The petition is an opening salvo in a long-term battle. By its own account, Amazon — which has yielded Jeff Bezos personal wealth of around $25 billion so far — is eager to widen its services to the CIA beyond the initial $600 million deal. “We look forward to a successful relationship with the CIA,” a statement from Amazon said two months ago. As Bezos continues to gain even more wealth from Amazon, how likely is that goal to affect his newspaper’s coverage of the CIA?
  12. http://upnorthlive.com/news/offbeat/us-postal-service-issuing-scratch-and-sniff-stamps
  13. DriftBusta

    The Story of Snowrider

    Oh now I’m jealous of someone. . Put a fucking sock in it already. That’s like saying you’re always so congenial and upbeat.
  14. CheezusXR8

    The Story of Snowrider

    Wildboer already called, “dibs”.
  15. CheezusXR8

    The Story of Snowrider

    Weren’t you at trackstands party? Were you even 21?
  16. Angry ginger

    Homeless stats

    whats he trying to do- point out your a hypocrite, thats clear considering you lease vehicles and bought/are buying a pleasure boat.
  17. http://dcwhispers.com/establishment-media-is-one-big-spook-operation-see-evidence-here/#LOdfASR50VsCzPAY.97
  18. We've all heard the doomsday predictions that came with a Trump Presidency. This particular one was my favorite by sexual predator Mark Halperin of MSNBC on election night with Colbert. So all the Trump haters. What is happening that has been so destructive? I mean do you guys really believe Halperin? 3:25 mark. “Outside of the Civil War, World War II, and including 9/11, this may be the most cataclysmic event the country has ever seen,” Halperin said on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert
  19. “That the FBI and its allies spent weeks falsely implying that their informant was some sort of secret, covert, sensitive, undercover asset – when in fact he’s a well-known CIA operative with a long, public history of dirty ops – is exactly why people shouldn’t trust their claims.”
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