Why Prince William pulled out of his godfather's memorial service? by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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Why Prince William pulled out of his godfather's memorial service? by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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🎵 Oy, vey! Can you see?... By a mutt's flesh alight? by ShoahKahn in WorldPolitics

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Clap clap clap clap.

Sweden clears final hurdle to join NATO as Hungary approves accession: "The Hungarian ratification ... will now be signed by the country's speaker of parliament and president within a few days. After that, the remaining formalities ... are likely to be concluded swiftly" by neolib in WorldPolitics

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Hungary is ruled be a literal GYPSY -- Orbán's accession was on the platform of representing the Roma cigány; who he then abandoned, and a group he has enisled himself from since becoming prime minister -- who is married to a JEWESS, has JEWISH CHILDREN, and who is the biggest ZOG cuck outside of the Congress of the Divided Vichy States of Muttmeria. Orbán playing the "bad guy", is all a part of the "good cop; bad cop" pantomime played out for the mouth-breather masses. After, if every country aligned unquestioningly with the ZOG agenda, even drooling vax-cattle would wake up to what has been taking place in the world since c.1897...

US says Israel's new settlements in West Bank are 'inconsistent' with international law: "Most countries regard the settlements, which in many areas cut Palestinian communities off from each other, as a violation of international law. Israel claims a biblical birthright to the land." by neolib in WorldPolitics

[–]jet199 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Seriously, war and mass destruction is bad and I can understand people taking an interest and getting upset about it.

But the settlement stuff is like taking an interest in 2 guys arguing over a fence boundary in some backwater. There's no reason for anyone outside of the place to get upset about it other than due to propaganda. It's not like Palestinians couldn't have built a settlement there before the Israelis came in. It's all about who's willing to buy and develop the land and who just wants to sit back and complain.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle share big statement after King Charles post by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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She is the Yoko Ono of The Royal Family

US says Israel's new settlements in West Bank are 'inconsistent' with international law: "Most countries regard the settlements, which in many areas cut Palestinian communities off from each other, as a violation of international law. Israel claims a biblical birthright to the land." by neolib in WorldPolitics

[–]iamonlyoneman 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Fun fact: Either the world declares war on Israel, or the world can heck off. Israel should thumb their nose at everyone who doesn't like them living on their own national territory.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle share big statement after King Charles post by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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Prince Harry set on 'years-long' path of reconciliation with royal family by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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“We will continue to actively engage in the hard work of direct diplomacy on the ground until we reach a Final Solution.” by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Poking fun at a country with nukes. What could possibly go wrong?

Scott Ritter explains Navalny's role. He was CIA asset, in prison for corruption, and was equating Muslims with insects that needed to be killed. Died with bad health by zyxzevn in WorldPolitics

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I would not trust any Democrat politician either.

Scott Ritter explains Navalny's role. He was CIA asset, in prison for corruption, and was equating Muslims with insects that needed to be killed. Died with bad health by zyxzevn in WorldPolitics

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I can not take anything seriously from a man who pulled prison time for exposing himself to children.

Does a ‘Leaked’ British Intelligence Document Prove Trump... by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Fake document but it was true. Obviously every major country spies on leaders of other countries. Very common.

Prince Harry's meeting with King Charles was 'absolutely unconventional by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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The Tucker Putin Interview in a Nutshell by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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It was so dry. And yet it received 200 million views. Was that the point of this exercise? To make it clear how uneventful this war is, and how it's just political shuffling?

The only reason rape is taken seriously these days, is government fear of overpopulation by jerryk in WorldPolitics

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I read that book population bomb. It worries overpopulation will cause famine and starving children. I'm thinking won't that solve the problem? I feel it had illuminati symbolism in it. It had an idea to sterilize people with fake vaccines in it.

Will Russia Collapse If It Loses the War in Ukraine? by SidMeyer in WorldPolitics

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lol, no it will not. jewkraine is a loosing psyop

Will Russia Collapse If It Loses the War in Ukraine? by SidMeyer in WorldPolitics

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Will my dick turn into a porcupine of apples learn to fly?

I dunno, but it's a silly question, so you get a silly answer.

Will Russia Collapse If It Loses the War in Ukraine? by SidMeyer in WorldPolitics

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My guess is that eventually they'll sign a peace treaty that assigns Crimea and the Donbas to Russia.

At that point, well, who won the war? Putin solidified his claim on one region and took another one, so Russia? But it was underwhelming, humiliating, and somewhat Phyrric, so Ukraine?

Will Russia Collapse If It Loses the War in Ukraine? by SidMeyer in WorldPolitics

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  1. No.
  2. It won't lose.

The president of Hungary Katalin Novak has resigned live on television over a decision to pardon a man convicted of covering up a child sexual abuse case. by neolib in WorldPolitics

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Wow, a politician with a conscience.

Canadian Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre says he opposes puberty blockers for minors by hfxB0oyA in WorldPolitics

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You'd think. Then they dig up people who have even fewer brains than that.

Taylor Tomlinson discusses about her bipolar disorder in Netflix special by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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Will Russia Collapse If It Loses the War in Ukraine? by SidMeyer in WorldPolitics

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The jew dictator in Ukraine may soon run out of money. Russia has oil exports to refill the coffers. Guess who will last the longest and win.

The president of Hungary Katalin Novak has resigned live on television over a decision to pardon a man convicted of covering up a child sexual abuse case. by neolib in WorldPolitics

[–]KyleIsThisTall 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Female authorities are a kike subversion

The president of Hungary Katalin Novak has resigned live on television over a decision to pardon a man convicted of covering up a child sexual abuse case. by neolib in WorldPolitics

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She's not that bad for a president.

Miranda Kerr on why she decided to keep her children away from media by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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Leah Remini over the moon after netizens compared to Beyonce wax figure by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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King Charles sends stern message to Prince William after reuniting with Harry by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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"sportsupdate013.blogspot.com/?m=1" https://sportsupdate013.blogspot.com

The Tucker Putin Interview in a Nutshell by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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TL;DR it was a 2 hour video on the history of Russia.

The Tucker Putin Interview in a Nutshell by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]asterias 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I only read a synopsis of the interview, but it kinda agreed with the picture.

To add: Since my previous comment I read various parts of the interview. Putin is a Stalin apologist and that's enough reason to stay away from anything Russian.

Canadian Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre says he opposes puberty blockers for minors by hfxB0oyA in WorldPolitics

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Opposing chemical castration of minor and severe, permanent, life changing development damage, likely resulting in death later in life, seems a no-brainer.

The Tucker Putin Interview in a Nutshell by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Several hours later...

Tucker Carlson stare intensifies

Canadian Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre says he opposes puberty blockers for minors by hfxB0oyA in WorldPolitics

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I wonder if the Globe and Mail actually think this headline will do anything other than win him even more votes?

Taylor Swift takes Trevor Noah's joke in good spirits by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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Carey Mulligan on Hollywood actors' blasé attitude towards awards by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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https://sportsupdate013.blogspot.com/

Carey Mulligan's recent comments on actors' attitudes towards awards have sparked a lively discussion among industry professionals and fans alike. Some agree with Mulligan's assertion that actors are not always truthful when they claim that awards don't matter, while others believe that awards can have a significant impact on an actor's career. Those who agree with Mulligan point to the fact that many actors go to great lengths to campaign for awards, and that they often seem disappointed when they don't win. They also argue that awards can have a major impact on an actor's career, leading to more opportunities for work and higher salaries. Those who disagree with Mulligan argue that awards are simply a recognition of an actor's work, and that they do not necessarily reflect the quality of the actor's performance. They also point out that many great actors have never won an award, while some actors who have won awards have gone on to have unremarkable careers. Ultimately, the question of whether or not awards matter is a complex one that can be debated from many different perspectives. There is no right or wrong answer, and it is up to each individual to decide how much importance they place on awards. Personally, I believe that awards can be a valuable recognition of an actor's work, but they should not be the sole measure of an actor's success. There are many great actors who have never won an award, and there are many actors who have won awards who have gone on to have unremarkable careers. What matters most is that actors are passionate about their work and that they continue to strive to improve their craft.

Carey Mulligan on Hollywood actors' blasé attitude towards awards by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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BRICS Overtakes G7 With 35% of Global GDP by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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so war it is then

King Charles III’s Role in Government — and 27 Things He Has the Power to Do | Which Includes: The Ability to Sit and Spin (Do Nothing) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Secretly in charge. Runs Canada too. Politicians are just for show.

Vadimir Putin's next legitimate military target is Latvia. by jerryk in WorldPolitics

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Navigating the Uncertainties: Assessing NATO's Response to Russia's Territorial Ambitions The complexities of international relations and military alliances demand careful consideration when analyzing potential responses to geopolitical tensions. In the context of Russia's territorial ambitions and NATO's role in ensuring the security of its members, a nuanced understanding of the various degrees of 'standing by its members' is essential. While a thermonuclear first strike may seem like an extreme and unrealistic scenario, it is crucial to explore the range of actions that NATO might undertake in response to Russian aggression. Degrees of 'Standing by its Members': A Spectrum of Responses It is important to recognize that NATO's response to Russia's territorial demands would likely fall within a spectrum of possibilities, ranging from symbolic gestures to more substantial military actions. The specific course of action taken would depend on a multitude of factors, including the severity of Russia's actions, the level of support among NATO members, and the potential consequences of escalating the conflict. Diplomatic and Economic Measures: Signaling Disapproval and Imposing Pressure In response to Russian territorial gains, NATO might initially resort to diplomatic and economic measures as a means of expressing disapproval and applying pressure. This could involve issuing strong statements condemning Russia's actions, imposing economic sanctions to deter further aggression, and suspending or withdrawing diplomatic relations. Such measures, while not directly involving military force, would nonetheless convey a clear message of disapproval and could potentially influence Russia's calculations. Military Support and Defensive Reinforcements: Bolstering Regional Security If Russia's territorial ambitions escalate and pose a direct threat to NATO members, the alliance may consider providing military support to the affected countries. This could take the form of supplying arms and equipment, deploying troops to bolster defensive capabilities, and conducting joint military exercises to demonstrate NATO's commitment to collective defense. Such actions would signal NATO's resolve to protect its members and deter further Russian aggression. Collective Defense and Military Intervention: A Last Resort In the event of a full-scale invasion or an imminent threat to a NATO member's sovereignty, the alliance might invoke Article 5 of its founding treaty, which stipulates that an attack on one member is considered an attack on all. This could trigger a collective military response, involving the deployment of NATO forces to defend the affected member state. However, it is important to note that such a scenario would represent a significant escalation of the conflict and carry the risk of a wider regional or even global war. Public Support and Political Will: Weighing the Costs and Benefits Any military response by NATO would hinge on the level of public support and political will within the alliance. Public opinion plays a crucial role in shaping government decisions, and leaders would need to carefully weigh the potential costs and benefits of military intervention. The extent to which the public perceives a direct threat to their security and values would influence their willingness to support military action. The Importance of Diplomacy and De-escalation Efforts While military force may be necessary in certain circumstances, diplomatic efforts and de-escalation strategies should always be prioritized. Maintaining open channels of communication, pursuing negotiations, and exploring diplomatic solutions can help reduce tensions and prevent conflicts from spiraling out of control. It is in the best interests of all parties involved to seek peaceful resolutions wherever possible. Conclusion: A Balancing Act of Resolve and Diplomacy In navigating the complexities of Russia's territorial ambitions and NATO's commitment to its members, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. The appropriate response would depend on the specific circumstances and would require careful consideration of various factors, including the severity of the threat, the level of public support, and the potential consequences of military action. A balanced approach that combines diplomatic efforts, economic pressure, and military deterrence, when necessary, is likely to be the most effective in maintaining regional stability and preventing further escalation of tensions.

Vadimir Putin's next legitimate military target is Latvia. by jerryk in WorldPolitics

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The point is, there are degrees of "standing by its members". You could argue that NATO should immediately launch a thermonuclear first strike on Russia in the event, but, you don't really expect that, do you? What I'm suggesting is that they would do something -- probably send arms, probably refuse to acknowledge Russian territorial gains, but, that's about it. What do you expect, full NATO mobilization and total war over Latvia? Probably not. Bear in mind, in WWII, the British and French did declare war on Nazi Germany when they invaded Poland, but, they didn't actually do much more than that, at all. Perhaps NATO would "declare war" on Russia -- and that's about it. I'm skeptical even of this, however, if Russia's territorial demands were fairly modest and reasonable -- the public wouldn't support it. Why would the general public of Europe and America agree to go to war over a rail corridor through Latvia to Kaliningrad? They wouldn't.

Biden administration discussing slowing some weaponry deliveries to Israel to pressure Netanyahu: "... in the hope that doing so will prod the Israelis to take action, such as opening humanitarian corridors to provide more aid to Palestinian civilians" by neolib in WorldPolitics

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Among the weaponry the U.S. has discussed using as leverage are 155 mm artillery rounds and joint direct attack munitions (JDAMs), which are guidance kits that convert dumb bombs into precision-guided munitions, the officials said.

Vadimir Putin's next legitimate military target is Latvia. by jerryk in WorldPolitics

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If NATO did not stand by its member countries in that event, then NATO would effectively cease to exist the day after. It would be shown to be spineless and worthless. Any protection it provides its members simply by existing would evaporate in a moment.

UK pauses funding to UNRWA over claims staff were involved in Hamas attack: Israel has alleged that 12 members of the UN's Gaza aid group participated in Hamas' 7 Oct attack. The UK's decision comes after the US, Italy, Australia and Canada all also suspended additional funding for the UN aid agency by neolib in WorldPolitics

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Look at that. The jew makes a claim and white nations cut off funding. You see the jew is nothing without the white traitors who support them.

UK pauses funding to UNRWA over claims staff were involved in Hamas attack: Israel has alleged that 12 members of the UN's Gaza aid group participated in Hamas' 7 Oct attack. The UK's decision comes after the US, Italy, Australia and Canada all also suspended additional funding for the UN aid agency by neolib in WorldPolitics

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The recent decision by the United Kingdom to halt funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in the wake of allegations that some of its staff members were involved in a Hamas attack has sparked a heated debate about the complexities of humanitarian aid in conflict zones. This discussion board response delves deeper into the intricacies of this situation, exploring the challenges of ensuring aid reaches those who need it most while maintaining accountability and transparency. The Humanitarian Imperative: Providing Aid to Vulnerable Populations At the heart of this issue lies the fundamental humanitarian imperative to provide assistance to vulnerable populations, particularly in conflict-ridden areas where access to basic necessities is often limited. UNRWA, established in 1949, has a long and storied history of providing essential services to Palestinian refugees in the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. These services include education, healthcare, food assistance, and shelter, reaching millions of people who have been displaced and dispossessed. The suspension of funding by the UK and other countries raises concerns about the potential impact on these vulnerable communities. Without UNRWA's support, many Palestinian refugees could face severe hardships, including increased poverty, food insecurity, and limited access to education and healthcare. This could exacerbate the already dire humanitarian situation in the region and further destabilize an already volatile area. Allegations of Hamas Involvement: Weighing Evidence and Maintaining Accountability The allegations that UNRWA staff members were involved in a Hamas attack are serious and require thorough investigation. Hamas, designated as a terrorist organization by many countries, including the UK and the US, has been responsible for numerous attacks against Israeli civilians. If the allegations are substantiated, it would raise legitimate concerns about the neutrality and impartiality of UNRWA's operations. However, it is crucial to approach these allegations with caution and ensure due process. UNRWA has vehemently denied the allegations, stating that its staff members are dedicated to providing humanitarian assistance and are not affiliated with any armed group. The agency has also expressed its commitment to cooperating with any investigation into the matter. Rushing to judgment without concrete evidence could undermine the credibility of UNRWA and make it more difficult for the agency to carry out its vital work. It is essential to allow for a thorough and impartial investigation to establish the facts and determine the extent of any wrongdoing. Striking a Balance: Ensuring Aid Delivery and Accountability The challenge lies in striking a delicate balance between ensuring that aid reaches those who need it most while maintaining accountability and transparency. Suspending funding to UNRWA without conclusive evidence of wrongdoing could inadvertently harm the very people the agency is mandated to serve. Instead, a more measured approach is required. Countries that have suspended funding could consider releasing funds directly to UNRWA's implementing partners, such as local NGOs and community organizations, to ensure that aid continues to reach those in need. This would help mitigate the impact on vulnerable populations while allowing for a thorough investigation into the allegations. Additionally, UNRWA should redouble its efforts to ensure the neutrality and impartiality of its operations. This includes implementing robust oversight mechanisms, conducting regular audits, and providing training to staff on the importance of maintaining political neutrality. The Importance of International Cooperation and Dialogue Resolving the current crisis requires international cooperation and dialogue. The UK, the US, and other countries that have suspended funding should engage with UNRWA and other stakeholders to address the allegations and find a way to resume funding while ensuring accountability. The UN Security Council, which has the primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security, could play a mediatory role in facilitating dialogue between the parties involved. The Council could also consider establishing an independent commission to investigate the allegations and make recommendations for ensuring the neutrality and impartiality of UNRWA's operations. Conclusion: Navigating a Complex Humanitarian Landscape The suspension of funding to UNRWA highlights the complex challenges of providing humanitarian aid in conflict zones. Balancing the need to deliver aid to vulnerable populations with the imperative to maintain accountability and transparency is no easy task. Resolving the current crisis requires a measured and cooperative approach, involving thorough investigation of the allegations, continued dialogue between stakeholders, and a commitment to ensuring that aid reaches those who need it most. Only through collective action can we navigate the complexities of this humanitarian landscape and uphold the fundamental principles of impartiality, neutrality, and the protection of vulnerable populations.

UK pauses funding to UNRWA over claims staff were involved in Hamas attack: Israel has alleged that 12 members of the UN's Gaza aid group participated in Hamas' 7 Oct attack. The UK's decision comes after the US, Italy, Australia and Canada all also suspended additional funding for the UN aid agency by neolib in WorldPolitics

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In USA the squad are hamas infiltrators, and the Ivy League presidents, the biden admin officiss as la that resigned (fired) cuz they support Hamas.robert Malley the Iran spy. There's more that need to be rooted out. All of the media saying Israel did genocide.

UK pauses funding to UNRWA over claims staff were involved in Hamas attack: Israel has alleged that 12 members of the UN's Gaza aid group participated in Hamas' 7 Oct attack. The UK's decision comes after the US, Italy, Australia and Canada all also suspended additional funding for the UN aid agency by neolib in WorldPolitics

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Pretty much no aid or funds are getting through to ordinary Gazans anyway and they still support the Hamas thugs who are stealing it.

UK pauses funding to UNRWA over claims staff were involved in Hamas attack: Israel has alleged that 12 members of the UN's Gaza aid group participated in Hamas' 7 Oct attack. The UK's decision comes after the US, Italy, Australia and Canada all also suspended additional funding for the UN aid agency by neolib in WorldPolitics

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Are we on the timeline wherein the palestoids revolt against hamas because the world cut off funding and food, because the UN killed jews?

Agents ‘Absolutely’ Don’t Want To Cut Greg Abbott’s Razor Wire, Border Patrol Union President Says by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Then strike you stupid son of a bitch. Isn't that the fucking point of having a union?

Agents ‘Absolutely’ Don’t Want To Cut Greg Abbott’s Razor Wire, Border Patrol Union President Says by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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IT IS NOW WAY TOO LATE TO BUILD A WALL... SOMETIMES I THINK THAT THERE ARE MORE MEXICANS IN TEXAS THAN THERE ARE IN MEXICO... THE INVASION IS OVER, FOR PRACTICAL PURPOSES..

THE RECENT INFLUX OF USELESS IMMIGRANTS IS FOR ONE PURPOSE, TO OUTNUMBER WHITE PEOPLE.

WE AINT LIVING THE "LEAVE IT TO BEAVER" DAYS NO MORE.

WELCOME TO THE UNITED NIGGER STATES OF AMERICA.

REGARDS.

Agents ‘Absolutely’ Don’t Want To Cut Greg Abbott’s Razor Wire, Border Patrol Union President Says by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Yet they cut it regardless.

Do You Belive Terrorism is Real? by TheMaharishi in WorldPolitics

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Technically, it's just cowardice masquerading as courage. It takes zero bravery to set off a bomb at a mosque (which is usually where they get set-off for some bizarre reason) or shoot a rocket over a border. But it's a real thing. Just look at the cowards at Hamas. They engage in it every day with zero results.

Israel Products Boycott App, "NO THANKS" by ShoahKahn in WorldPolitics

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Boycott Muslim companies

I get my gas at citgo

Do You Belive Terrorism is Real? by TheMaharishi in WorldPolitics

[–]Jiminy 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

It's real and there's also false flags. For instance bin laden really did attacks in the late 90s but he didn't do 9/11.

Agents ‘Absolutely’ Don’t Want To Cut Greg Abbott’s Razor Wire, Border Patrol Union President Says by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Needs to be a wall with wire at the top

Do You Belive Terrorism is Real? by TheMaharishi in WorldPolitics

[–]Hematomato 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

To answer the question "Is terrorism real," you first have to address the question "What is terrorism?"

Do people commit acts that meet some legal definition of terrorism? Of course. But those definitions tend to be incredibly broad.

I guess if we're just talking, and not trying a court case, questions like "Did Elliot Rodger commit an act of terrorism" are kind of interesting. Violence against random civilians in support of an agenda? Absolutely. An agenda representative of any powerful anti-government force? Hardly.

Israel Products Boycott App, "NO THANKS" by ShoahKahn in WorldPolitics

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Half of the companies aren't related to Israel in any way.

Just Arabs being stupid. Did you see the reason they were attacking Zara stores?

Israel Products Boycott App, "NO THANKS" by ShoahKahn in WorldPolitics

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Excellent! I'll be downloading that

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]no_u 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Thanks for this.

Agreed

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]weavilsatemyface 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Capitalism is the only force which has lifted millions out of poverty all around the world.

And now capitalism is going to push them back into poverty 😄

Do you understand what capitalism is? If your answer mentions "the free market" or "personal ownership of property" you fail.

Hint: capitalism has only existed for a few hundred years. It has nothing to do with free markets or personal property, which have existed forever. The ideal economic system to a capitalist is one where your best buddies hold political power, you have a monopoly on your product, you are the only buyer for your suppliers, and there is enough unemployment that labour is cheap.

The conventional story is that "capitalism lifted millions out of poverty", but aside from giving capitalism credit for things completely unrelated to capitalism, it fails to ask the critical question: why there were so many millions in poverty in the first place?

Grinding poverty is not the natural state of human beings.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]weavilsatemyface 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

They've learned the hard way a dozen times that "austerity" is simply turning off the government embezzlement machine and doing what it takes to become economically responsible again

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“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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This goes against all evidence

And what evidence is that? People say "it goes against the evidence" but don't give any evidence when there is none to give.

The WEF is one of the most clear examples of late stage capitalism you could imagine. A bunch of capitalists pushing for serfdom for everyone else. 15 minute bubbles for you and I, private jets and no international controls on currency for them. Insects for us, filet mignon for them.

Late-stage capitalism is often characterised by five things:

  • intensified wealth inequality;
  • exploitation of labor;
  • commodification of all aspects of life;
  • environmental destruction;
  • excessive corporate influence over politics.

I would also include a shift from industrial capitalism to finance capitalism.

There is no doubt that every one of those have become the norm. In the west, there was a period of decreasing wealth inequality due to industrial capitalism plus Keynesian economic policy, but that's long gone. It's not uncommon for two-income families with above-average incomes to be one paycheque away from financial disaster.

Worker exploitation is rising, again. While there are a few counter-signs, such as the push for a four-day work week in Europe, exploitation is prevalent. Just the tip of the iceberg:

I haven't even touched on the excessive influence of Wall Street and the banks on government, the collapse of supply chains, crony capitalism, environmental destruction, unsustainable farming driven by big agribusiness, corporate monopolies, unsustainable levels of personal debt, shrinkflation, etc.

CC u/no_u

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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What you describe is not even in the same galaxy as socialism. It's late-stage capitalism.

This is why we're doomed. The grifters have convinced millions of people that black is white, men are women, taking wealth from ordinary people and giving it to billionaires is capitalism, and war is peace.

‘Soon You’re Gonna Know Who I Am – You Will See’ by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]SMCAB 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Yes faggot.

‘Soon You’re Gonna Know Who I Am – You Will See’ by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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Sure buddy.

‘Soon You’re Gonna Know Who I Am – You Will See’ by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]WoodyWoodPecker 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

TRUMP WAS RIGHT! /s

‘Soon You’re Gonna Know Who I Am – You Will See’ by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]SMCAB 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Eat me zipperhead

‘Soon You’re Gonna Know Who I Am – You Will See’ by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]SMCAB 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Shut up geek

‘Soon You’re Gonna Know Who I Am – You Will See’ by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]SMCAB 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Shut up retard.

‘Soon You’re Gonna Know Who I Am – You Will See’ by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]SMCAB 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

It looked like they were in a remote area, why not just plug all those hodgies and drive away?

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]no_u 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

No - it's the most advanced stage of capitalism, requiring monopolies to exploit labour and natural resources, and the exportation of finance capital, rather than manufactured goods. It can be sustained for long periods, but inevitably collapses. It's happened several times (Revelations discusses only one final event.)

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]jet199 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

This goes against all evidence

Late stage capitalism is the secular version of the Book of Revelations and as real.

Marx through be was seeing it in his own lifetime but none of his predictions came true.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]no_u 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

AKA - austerity measures by far right assholes who call themselves libertarians so that they don't have to legislate.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]no_u 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The opposite:

Government is supposed to protect citizens from late state capitalism. (Far right governments don't do that.)

Capitalism takes several forms and late stage capitalism is where corporations are telling the government what to do, as has happened in the US since Reagan.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]WoodyWoodPecker 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The Great Reset is socialism. It will take wealth away from the 99% and have them living in shipping containers eating bugs and being happy.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]binaryblob 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Capitalism combined with a functioning legal system. If your competitor isn't advertising according to the rules (e.g. Tesla, because there are seemingly no rules in the US?), then competing becomes difficult.

For example Mercedes has some autonomous driving features, but due to fake US marketing from Tesla, even I have some voice in the back of my mind that perhaps the Tesla version works better, while the specifications don't agree, IIRC. That is, Mercedes offers higher guarantees in the EU than any Tesla model.

An Iranian airstrike inside Pakistan on Tuesday that Iran said was aimed at militant training camps has left Pakistani officials facing a difficult decision about whether to retaliate and potentially expand the turmoil that has swept the Middle East. by neolib in WorldPolitics

[–]jet199 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

How are the "everything is the fault of the West" people going to explain how we forced Iran try to start wars on 3 maybe 4 continents?

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]jet199 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Government money only makes the corrupt wealthy.

Capitalism is the only force which has lifted millions out of poverty all around the world.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]no_u 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Yes, decades of austerity, which will be followed by even more austerity, as Milei already suggests with his comments on the 'economic shock' to come. It's a long and complicated history, and we cannot refer in this case to liberalism or conservatism, when failed politics were part of a much bigger problem where Argentina could not compete with the "free market". A major turning point: Argentina was plunged into a devastating economic crisis in December 2001/January 2002, when a partial deposit freeze, a partial default on public debt, and an abandonment of the fixed exchange rate led to a collapse in output, high levels of unemployment, and political and social turmoil. There's much more here about failed policies.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]SoCo 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

They don't fall for the "austerity" trick there anymore. They've learned the hard way a dozen times that "austerity" is simply turning off the government embezzlement machine and doing what it takes to become economically responsible again after liberals spent years robbing their country's credit card until it was empty, then singing up for a new card to make payments on the old. It is the same that the West has done for many decades and only lasted so long due to the ruthless control over society, market, and 'democracy' which full oppressive control over a government currency gives. Just look how the US wields the US dollar like a weapon, destroying democracies and installing dictators across the world, while squeezing its own people into poverty to fund the elite's next hair-brain whim.

“Long Live Freedom” — Argentinian President Javier Milei Trashes Socialism and Calls Out Elites at WEF (VIDEO) by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]no_u 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

....freedom ONLY for the very rich

What a lying clown POS.

He'll do austerity for everyone and the only ones who will profit are the 'elites', WEF, .01%, etc. They're fucked.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry warned of 'more marketable' Zara, Mike Tindall by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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Cuttin' diamonds here

President Biden and other senior U.S. officials are becoming increasingly frustrated with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his rejection of most of the administration's recent requests related to the war in Gaza by neolib in WorldPolitics

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So the US sending billions of $$$ and weapons then telling the jew to please stop killing is not mixed messages, wow.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry warned of 'more marketable' Zara, Mike Tindall by Gmsolangi in WorldPolitics

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South Africa has 27.3 million people on grants – but only 7.1 million taxpayers by jet199 in WorldPolitics

[–]GuyWhite 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Wow. And to listen to the government officials, the only way to solve poverty is through government grants.

What happens when they run out of other people’s money?

Polish police have arrested the former interior minister and deputy interior minister inside the presidential palace in Warsaw in a day of unprecedented political theatre. by neolib in WorldPolitics

[–]jet199 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

"Political theatre"

That's a long old way to say "coup"

cách giặt gối sạch sâu by vesinhazclear in WorldPolitics

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nice

Egyptian Journalist Investigating Zelensky’s $5 Million Villa in Egypt Reportedly Found Murdered by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]YurariYurato 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

That sucks... They don't want the truth to be exposed.

Egyptian Journalist Investigating Zelensky’s $5 Million Villa in Egypt Reportedly Found Murdered by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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The journalist got himself Zelenskycided.

If you’ve never seen this clip before, it explains The Great Reset and why Trump is the only legitimate leader of the crusade against WEF WHO Globalism — like him or not by Questionable in WorldPolitics

[–]WoodyWoodPecker 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I met rich people, I used to work for them. They almost killed me with stress and fired me when I got sick and almost died of a stroke.