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#13241 Murph

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Posted 17 November 2019 - 1809 PM

Randy Andy may have created a bigger mess for himself:  https://www.thegatew...effrey-epstein/


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Posted 17 November 2019 - 1902 PM

Another misleading headline.  Does people do not know how to convey meaning today?  that headline just makes anyone thinking the publicist is responsible for the interview.


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#13243 MiloMorai

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Posted 17 November 2019 - 1923 PM

Another misleading headline.  Does people do not know how to convey meaning today?  that headline just makes anyone thinking the publicist is responsible for the interview.

They took Journalism at Uni, not English.


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#13244 Murph

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Posted Yesterday, 06:14 AM

Again, to crickets, answer me this: Why are the leadership of the Democrat Party, and those on the Left ALL connected to Paedophiles, sexual abusers, and abusers of women, and defend said people?  Plus it seems being one is a career enhancer in Lefty circles.


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#13245 Murph

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Posted Yesterday, 06:26 AM

From Prager U: So true, so accurate, so on point

 

 

 

Venezuela was once the richest country in South America. Now, the country is in shambles. Its citizens are starving. Power and water are sporadic. Goods are in short supply. Crime has skyrocketed. Democracy has been replaced by dictatorship. Why? One word: socialism.

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#13246 Murph

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Posted Yesterday, 07:15 AM

Republicans send letter to ABC asking for answers on why they covered up Epstein, and why they did not alert authorities to his human trafficking.  It is a start:  https://twitter.com/...228039551725568  https://www.dailywir...y-epstein-story  


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#13247 DKTanker

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Posted Yesterday, 07:34 AM

Republicans send letter to ABC asking for answers on why they covered up Epstein, and why they did not alert authorities to his human trafficking.  It is a start:  https://twitter.com/...228039551725568  https://www.dailywir...y-epstein-story  

Where in the constitution is it written that congress has a media oversight mandate?


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#13248 glenn239

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Posted Yesterday, 08:52 AM

 

It is in the Russian best interest to keep a low-intensity conflict going. They can clearly take territory whenever they want to (Crimea), and there are enough eastern Ukrainians holding Russian passports that they can justify any military action they like at any time (as seen in the Georgia / South Ossetia 2008 incident, where Russian passports among the South Ossetians were used to justify a war of Georgian neutralization).

 

 

I don't see the benefits to the frozen conflict in Ukraine for Russia.  Looks more like a stinking albatross to me.  I'd bet the Kremlin would prefer the old days (pre 2013) to more of this.  Not sure what Ukraine got out of the deal either.  They were obviously trying to buy influence with the Hunter Biden payoffs, but what really did the Obama Administration's meddling in Ukraine from 2013 get for Ukraine other than their nut sack castrated in Crimea?


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#13249 TTK Ciar

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Posted Yesterday, 01:46 PM

It is in the Russian best interest to keep a low-intensity conflict going. They can clearly take territory whenever they want to (Crimea), and there are enough eastern Ukrainians holding Russian passports that they can justify any military action they like at any time (as seen in the Georgia / South Ossetia 2008 incident, where Russian passports among the South Ossetians were used to justify a war of Georgian neutralization).

 
I don't see the benefits to the frozen conflict in Ukraine for Russia.  Looks more like a stinking albatross to me.  I'd bet the Kremlin would prefer the old days (pre 2013) to more of this.


In the short term, Russia is preventing Ukraine from doing several things which are counter to Russian interests, like hosting NATO missile systems, or joining NATO outright, or selling weapon systems to Georgia.

In the long term, Russia may gain a puppet regime in Ukraine, giving them de facto control of the country. Wars are not won when a certain number of people are killed or tanks destroyed, but when one side gives up. One side gives up when their morale fails. The frozen conflict and overhanging threat of Russian force are highly corrosive to the morale of the Ukrainian government.

If their morale fails completely, we might see them abscond westward with the contents of the treasury, and Russian yes-men take their place.

The Russians might be able to accomplish this more quickly with an all-out offensive, but the current approach is both inexpensive (in both wealth and lives) and politically deniable. Putin offered the ridiculous lie about Ukrainian separatists fighting this war without Russian involvement, and many European leaders embraced that lie because it was convenient for them to do so. They don't want to get involved, and the lie makes disengagement feasible.

If the Russians outright forcibly annexed Ukraine, those European leaders would be obliged to at least place sanctions on Russian-held businesses in Ukraine, but if the Ukrainian government gives up and allows themselves to be succeeded by Russian puppets, it is very different. The lie will justify continued trade with Ukraine, providing the Russians with an end-run around Western sanctions.

Or at least those are my thoughts about it, and I am not an analyst. We will see how things play out.

Edited by TTK Ciar, Yesterday, 01:53 PM.

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#13250 Burncycle360

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Posted Yesterday, 10:06 PM




 


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#13251 Murph

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Posted Today, 06:18 AM

Apparently Eric "Nuke 'Em" Swallwell had a little intestinal issue last night on PMSNBC:  https://www.breitbar...-fart-on-msnbc/  Its FARTGATE!

 


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#13252 Murph

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Posted Today, 06:19 AM

 

Republicans send letter to ABC asking for answers on why they covered up Epstein, and why they did not alert authorities to his human trafficking.  It is a start:  https://twitter.com/...228039551725568  https://www.dailywir...y-epstein-story  

Where in the constitution is it written that congress has a media oversight mandate?

 

He is not demanding anything, but if they covered up knowledge of Human Trafficking, they committed a crime.  Federal Law is pretty clear on that: https://polarisproje...nt-federal-laws  Also Texas Law under Penal Code 20 is very explicit on duty to report.


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#13253 DKTanker

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Posted Today, 07:32 AM

He is not demanding anything, but if they covered up knowledge of Human Trafficking, they committed a crime.  Federal Law is pretty clear on that: https://polarisproje...nt-federal-laws  Also Texas Law under Penal Code 20 is very explicit on duty to report.

Media is not in the criminal investigation business.  Statists really need to come to terms with this.


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#13254 Burncycle360

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Posted Today, 06:51 PM

First AOC now this.  Do this guy REALLY have to explain to lawmakers that being here illegally is illegal, and it's literally in the name, and it's their job to make the laws?



It boggles the mind


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#13255 EchoFiveMike

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Posted Today, 08:31 PM

The "media" isn't a thing, it's just nomenclature.  The verminous creatures that make up the majority of the media are deliberately lying to you, as such, they should be treated as the liars they are.  

 

"The government" is "we, the People."  Libertarians and other suicidal retards acting as if "the government" is some external thing done to the People as a matter of reality rather than as the machinations of a group of wicked elite is a major part of the problem. 

 

There is no silver bullet.  some form of government will always exit.  If you want good government, take charge of it and use it to mercilessly crush those assholes who would use it against you.  Magnanimity is the privilege of unchallenged power.  S/F...Ken M 


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#13256 DKTanker

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Posted Today, 08:46 PM

There is no silver bullet.  some form of government will always exit.  If you want good government, take charge of it and use it to mercilessly crush those assholes who would use it against you.  Magnanimity is the privilege of unchallenged power.  S/F...Ken M 

Thanks for that insight, fascist.


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#13257 EchoFiveMike

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Posted 47 minutes ago

Are you claiming that I'm wrong, or you're just butthurt about reality being unpleasant?  S/F...Ken M


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