Warfare in Africa [funny] by useless_aether in WarWatch

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The whole reason the NRA was created was because the US had the same problem. Only 1 in 10 knew how to use the rifle sights.

Rosatom's plan for nuclear power expansion revealed by TheWebOfSlime in Intelligence

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Russia paid the Crown for this service through the same channels as they paid the Podestas.

https://twitter.com/webofslime/status/1201882337753124865

https://twitter.com/mopeng/status/1092228221955788800

Rosatom's plan for nuclear power expansion revealed by TheWebOfSlime in Intelligence

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Exactly. Which means they pulled the strings for Alexander Downer to sign away Australian uranium for the Crown and Hillary's CFIUS to sign away Uranium One to Rosatom, as well. A glimpse at who is really in charge.

DGSI renews its contract with the US Palantir group while waiting for fully independent system by TheWebOfSlime in Intelligence

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Yeah... "combatting terrorism" clearly is a fake excuse for many things given the lack of ability to catch terrorists and even the providing of aid and support to them.

Palantir is getting hell from the Left over it's ICE access. If France hates it... it might actually be a good thing. That is, if it weren't for the blatant unconstitutionalism of it.

Palantir is probably going to become a part of everyone's lives, if it hasn't already.

How Agencies Can Use Open Source Intelligence to Close Cybersecurity Loopholes by TheWebOfSlime in Intelligence

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Yes. Open Source can be used to do this.

For example, if you download the AntiPublic collections, you can search for the password to anyone's email address, then use those credentials to get into their social media. That is entry level OSINT. If you collect all the leaks that are available, then it becomes very easy to glean where people are and what they are doing.

BBC Breaking News on Twitter: "Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu charged in corruption cases, justice ministry announces https://t.co/mOTesuRaVZ" by useless_aether in WorldNews

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Slap on the wrist while they dissolve the bodies in acid.

Saidit.net - Updated visual appearance of the site by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Looks great. Thank you.

Allison Mack's Sex Cult Wife Secretly Working In Brooklyn Bar by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Indeed. The court documents reveal that they were dealing in very underage girls. 8 years old.

So it is also with the Epstein case.

The court documents reveal so much more than the media wanted to let on.

Mainly, they buried the international trafficking of young girls aspect. NXIVM was importing fundamentalist LDS "nannies" from Mexico. Ghislaine Maxwell was given travel documents from Israel for young girls from third world countries.

Combine that with the fact that NXIVM uses known CIA affiliated private investigators and the FBI Finders file and we get a clear picture from primary source documents that the intelligence community is trafficking children.

Bolivia coup led by Christian fascist paramilitary leader and millionaire – with foreign support by TheWebOfSlime in Intelligence

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I agree massive protests are very often an intelligence operation, but the reason this happened was to undo the nationalization of lithium, in particular, but of most of Bolivia's mineral and underground resources.

Jesuits Control Zionism, Islam & Freemasonry by hennaojisan in Jesuits

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The CIA, at one time, investigated who was in charge of the world and it traced to "The Holy Alliance," involving the Jesuits, the Greek Orthodox church, the Mormons, etc. At some point, "The Unholy Alliance" took charge, where a secret society within the Jesuits, Zionists and Wahabbists have taken the reigns, where they pretend to run their respective religions, but are, in fact, the opposite when it comes to beliefs.

FBI Wants Tech to Track Social Media for Criminals and Terrorists Before They Act by TheWebOfSlime in news

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Indeed.

Mysterious radiation leak, 100x larger than Fukushima disaster, traced to Russian facility by TheWebOfSlime in news

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Getting back into things. Thanks for checking in. Family member got shot in combat. Lots of gaps to fill. All working out okay, though.

Media silent on dismissal of DNC suit against Julian Assange by TheWebOfSlime in news

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I've been hoping for a dead man's switch.

The Washington Post Sure Looks Like a Russian Asset by TheWebOfSlime in news

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They both wanted Uranium One to end up in the hands of Russia and they both don't want to talk about he new nuclear alliance that has arisen as Rosatom starts building nuclear power plants in 30 new countries as well as floating power plants to mine the arctic floor.

Also... in cahoots with Hillary and Podestas.

Cynthia McKinney Speaks Out on Dyncorp, Child Trafficking, Fraud and Vaccines by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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I try to keep an eye on her.

Chris Morris: "Since 9/11 it has become Standard Operating Procedure. Informants encourage a Person of Interest to break the law and when they do, the FBI arrest them." by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Exactly... the ideal situation for those asserting creeping authoritarianism is for anyone to be arrestable at any time.

Hackers Take Down British Prime Minister Theresa May's Website in Protest of Julian Assange's Arrest by TheWebOfSlime in news

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The Internet is the Wild West to anyone with ability to purloin data and those who know how to creatively interact with that data and use it towards useful ends. Point being everyone, everywhere is constantly getting hacked and China is no exception.

The are spiders that crawl all small businesses looking for exploits and are looking to get servers to drop all their tables to see what everyone is keeping in their databases. Not only that, there are code crawlers that scan everyone's code and attempts to decompile it.

Your own devices are still vulnerable to Vault 7 tools and then some. Every single bluetooth device is compromised by the Blueborne exploit and is feeding your data into virtual drives so that when your Internet is not in use, all of your files are fed through a hidden device within your modem.

Short answer... you only hear about what the news wants you to know about.

Kamala Harris: Confirmed Slime by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Considering this fake police force had badges, guns, vehicles, uniforms, etc; the situation already breaks from most people's normalcy bias... making it hard to assess based on just a few articles.

For that reason, I have done wuite a bit of research on fake police forces within the US and abroad and it turns out that it is very easy to create a situation where you can buy a piece of land, put some railroad on it, then call yourself "Chief of Railroad Police." Or build yourself an airstrip and call yourself "Chief of Airport Police." You can, then, request federal aid for weapons and tech.

He was clearly a liability for Kamala Harris, who would have had the clout, but the fact that she was even involved in supporting this operation is troubling enough. His death was very convenient for her, in particular, but that is as far as I'm willing to go with the evidence I currently am aware of.

Kamala Harris: Confirmed Slime by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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He was indicted for operating a fake masonic police force, then died the day after his arraignment.

Kamala Harris: Confirmed Slime by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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I bet thats debatable.

It is not. He was framed by law enforcement.

it would be the sole focus of any criticism.

Or they would focus on the #MeToo aspect to discredit her opponents and make her opposition look like misogynists.

"failing to prosecute donors"

It was at the behest of Heather Podesta, creating further suspicion.

Kamala Harris: Confirmed Slime by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Other than knowingly letting innocent men rot in jail, failing to prosecute donors, allowing her overlords to dictate policy and implementing their will, etc.

NEW Revelation: DOJ 'Did Not Want' FBI to Examine Laptops of Hillary Clinton Confidants, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson by TheWebOfSlime in politics

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And they leave backdoors open so anyone else can do it.

Venezuela: The Latest Battleground in the Geopolitical War between the US, Russia and China by useless_aether in Geopolitics

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I see it as the first battleground, honestly.

How can someone just steal my subreddit then delete the thousands of posts I had up? /r/FBIWatch stolen and turned into Anti-Trump sub. by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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They banned me for 3 days during the period when you are supposed to say something. It was coordinated.

An Extraordinary Statement from a North Korean Prince (Purportedly Responsible for Embassy Raid in Spain) by TheWebOfSlime in news

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CIA cut out inside North Korea. They outed themselves in desperation.

How can someone just steal my subreddit then delete the thousands of posts I had up? /r/FBIWatch stolen and turned into Anti-Trump sub. by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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I was unable to find it in the reddit requests.

I was also posting in it everyday. Constantly.

It's pretty blatant.

The Web of Slime by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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I'll check em all out, now, ty for the recommendations.

I added a share to saidit to articles on my site. by TheWebOfSlime in SaidIt

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Off the top of my head, the best way to do that would be to get the link automation down. For example, if there is a channel where you want every video, go to IFTTT, have it import the link, title, etc, to a spreadsheet.

In my experience, there is no reliable downloader, so you probably have to rotate once in a while. There is a constant battle between those type of sites and youtube, itself. But, once you have the link, you can reverse engineer how the download site does its own link... for example (https://www.youtubnow.com/watch/?v=y1GMS4C8S8g)

If you wanted to tackle webhooks in IFTTT, you can then use a second Applet to push the link.

  1. Make Applet When Channel Posts New Video>Create Row in Google Sheets.

  2. Make Applet When New Row Added to Sheet>Webhooks to push the button on the page with generated link.

I added a share to saidit to articles on my site. by TheWebOfSlime in SaidIt

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I run a lot of what I do through reddit for a number of reasons, but mainly because nobody notices if I have 1000 scripts all doing different things.

I need a lot of information to measure real human interest and artificial interest. This way, the only things that reach the top pade of my customized feed is actually good. There is a threshold between something that is interesting and something that is getting immediately upvoted by 1,000 shills in the first 5 minutes. I like to focus on the sweet spot.

In doing this, I circumvent the hypertargeting by mainstream media and Internet shills. I create my own upstream.

For your purposes, it sounds like you would want to use IFTTT and connect it to youtube and Google sheets. You can make an applet where every time you "Like" a video, it automatically posts it to a spreadsheet. You can connect to Reddit to post it to reddit, too, or make a second applet that "every time posts row to sheet, post to reddit." In Google sheets, you can add a row that concatenates the link and title into a saidit link. Then, you can pick the best and manually Ctl C Ctl V, or you can script within your sheet to post automatically to saidit.

The Web of Slime by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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I need focused data. If anyone has spreadsheet of news articles and primary sources, I'm interested in archiving them for a database aimed at making an interactive graphic representation of politics, business and MSM.

thewebofslime@gmail.com

This is the most helpful format for me (but I'll take anything remotely close):

https://i.imgur.com/qb83yX0.png

I added a share to saidit to articles on my site. by TheWebOfSlime in SaidIt

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Could do. Everything is still pretty rough as I am by no means an expert.

The source of the site, itself, is pretty basic.

The code to get everything to update in real time is still giving me a headache, but I'm almost there.

As for arranging a news article to propagate across multiple platforms, that is more of a group of services and strategies to make that come together.

For example, Instagram, Twitter, Ga.Ai, already have perfectly good features to cross-populate. You can augment those abilities with IFTTT to a great extent and beyond that, you can run scripts inside of Google Sheets. You don't need to know how to code to do any of that. But, once you have a server up, you can run code on the database that should be exporting from sheets.

So, sure, I can share... it just depends what you want.

I added a share to saidit to articles on my site. by TheWebOfSlime in SaidIt

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I will definitely look into that. Ty.

I added a share to saidit to articles on my site. by TheWebOfSlime in SaidIt

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webofslime.com/rss

Text is more efficient, but getting it all to line up and look as nice as the author's intended is difficult without human participation.

Saidit is one of the smaller Internet communities. If I turned a script to saidit, my posts would be all anyone saw. On Voat, it only takes about 100 posts per day to be the number one poster. I have accounts on reddit that are doing thousands per day.

It wouldn't be fair to the members of the community or the owners to expose them to that type of firehose volume.

I added a share to saidit to articles on my site. by TheWebOfSlime in SaidIt

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Yeah, hopefully the formatting will improve, but it is mainly to be able to find connections in an automated manner and map it out. I hope to be able to have a third button that just plops a screen grab of the article, that works the same way as the drop text box, like this:

https://i.imgur.com/0a8WxSi.png https://i.imgur.com/SCcDbTQ.png https://i.imgur.com/xLU9Dz6.jpg https://i.imgur.com/KP2K2TO.jpg https://i.imgur.com/jDVQkSv.jpg https://i.imgur.com/1Wm15OJ.png https://i.imgur.com/g0Ixeto.jpg https://i.imgur.com/9hXRNKn.png https://i.imgur.com/pvhrVYI.png https://i.imgur.com/uCpu5du.jpg https://i.imgur.com/s2NX4M5.png

Everything is getting archived in two spots, in the background, two, upon creation of the link.

I already have it so I could, in one click, post to nearly every platform; but it is easy to drown out the smaller ones if I give any one place too many links in too short of a time.

A No Nonsense Explanation of Pizzagate by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Yeah. "Normalcy bias." You really gotta lead the horses to water slowly and carefully.

A No Nonsense Explanation of Pizzagate by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Thank you for your input. I'll work on some of that. The challenge I face is trying to keep it all to 10,000 characters. Rarely do I get constructive criticism. Obviously, my mission is to tell the story in the most concise way, possible. My process is merely writing it over and over until I get it right. I still need a way to get the Laura Silsby story in there, as well.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/media-matters-boss-paid-former-partner-850g-blackmail-settlement

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2107394/Media-Matters-founder-David-Brock-accuses-gay-ex-lover-blackmailing-850K.html

The Luzzatto's ties are another saga, but the Council of Foreign Relations really seems to be a common thread among this group.

Truthfully, I missed that the kids were the children of Tamera's step child and that Bonnie Levin was Podesta's ex wife. I'll have to dig up the interview where David Brock admits that Alefantis and John were lovers. Some weird relationships, there, to untangle.

A Luzzatto is also in everyone's leaked contact lists, too.

I'll have to revisit all that, before my next attempt.

Thank you.

A No Nonsense Explanation of the Uranium One Scandal by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Appreciate it.

A hard drive crashed lost me a number of account passwords, so I can't recover the moderation of that one. They are just going to go and go until the scripts fail. Otherwise I would have kept tooling with.

All in all, it still gets me what I want. I just have to scan through more stuff.

I also made r/uraniumnews where they fiddled with the upstream in that they just stopped making Rosatom news that sheds them in a bad light, completely.

r/ExposeTheCult looks for the nexus between the intelligence community and cult life, but it is kind of broad so I don't miss anything. I generally just use the search feature to find everything on NXIVM or John of God, or whatever. Sometimes a new TV show or music album will take it over, but it usually doesn't last ling. Right, now, it's got kind of an R Kelly problem.

/rConservativeNewsWeb is another.

I helped make /r/TopConspiracy, though my friend mostly fiddles with that one. He did something right, because it out performs my /r/conspiracywhatever fairly well, but a multi of old.reddit.com/r/topconspiracy+conspiracywhatever+conspiracyfact+conspiracyundone can be good if you just want to be up to date in the conspiracy community without having to pour over a ton of stuff.

I usually view these as best, new, top last 24 and top last hour, in the morning, just to make sure I haven't missed anything too big. It only tales about 10 minutes on a slow news day.

A No Nonsense Explanation of Pizzagate by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Which part is circumstantial?

They were being blackmailed. Fact.

The social circles contains many known, convicted pedophiles. Fact.

Some of these people have repeatedly appeared in pictures with naked children. Fact.

They are tied together financially. Fact.

I'd be curious to know what aspect is circumstantial, so I can improve my presentation.

I kept to 10,000 characters to perform as summary that could fit on most platforms, but I have a lot more detailed information on each issue. If I sound conclusionary on any specific issue, I have more to back it up and I'd be happy to learn where it needs to fit.

The Web of Slime by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Total hodgepodge. It's a mess, really, but I'm working to streamline. Curl scripts and the like, mostly. MySQL databases working with Google sheets. Different things require different solutions, so I've got stuff running that I've long since forgotten about but still pumps out stuff everyday. So, Curl script + urlhelper to Sheet import to database, curl script to push any number of concatenated links.

If you want to get started on something easy, IFTTT doesn't require any programming knowledge, at all. Basically, you can translate an rss feed onto a lot of platforms. So, if you make your own subreddit, drop .rss at the end, it is a feed that IFTTT can work with and propagate to Twitter, Facebook Pages, Reddit, etc.

I'm here to point out the web of slime that is draped across the political world and it's partner, the mainstream media. by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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Thank you. I will take a look. I am working on trying to resurrect my Steemit account. The others will definitely be a fair amount of work to incorporate, but no time to get started like the present. Thanks for the list.

What is to stop saidit from writing a bot to copy every submission from say reddit /r/technology into saidit? by grobean in technology

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It's really easy to do, but one bot could take over the whole ecosystem.

I made https://old.reddit.com/r/ExposeTheCult to keep track of NXIVM news and other cult news. I made one to watch articles about the FBI, one for Conservative News... I've lost count there are so many.

I tried pumping some of it to Voat, but the ecosystem is so small, you dwarf all other contributors. Even manually entering it, you can top Voat easily as #1 poster every day with about 100 posts.

https://old.reddit.com/r/FBIWatch

https://old.reddit.com/r/ConservativeNewsWeb

https://old.reddit.com/r/conspiracywhatever

https://old.reddit.com/r/TopConspiracy (not mine but I helped make it)

https://old.reddit.com/r/ArrestsWeb

US singer Chris Brown arrested in Paris after rape allegation by TheWebOfSlime in news

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When was the last time you heard a pro peace song on the radio?

Paper ballots are hack-proof. It's time to bring them back. by dcjogger in news

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Well, you still have Serco printing the blank ballots, meaning they can always produce, as needed, after one sides' votes are already counted.

Death Of Russiagate? Mueller Team Tied To Mifsud's Network by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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I have heard it called "bad jacketing." When you falsely jacket your target with a random scumbag to make them both look bad.

50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat by TheWebOfSlime in news

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Exactly

Dr Phil Exposes Pedogate On Mainstream Media by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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If it's on MSM, it's probably a limited hangout. But in order for limited hangouts to work, you need to inject some truth.

DNC Chair Won't Say 'What Changed' From 2006 or 2013 When Dems Voted for Border Security by TheWebOfSlime in politics

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Bechtel already said they had no interest.

Another Gay Escort Found Dead at Home of Top Dem Donor Ed Buck - Rally Will be Held to Call For Buck's Arrest by TheWebOfSlime in news

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It's way more than a few thousand to Hillary. He gave $100k's across a lot of Democratic organizations.

Twitter Stops Translating Hebrew Tweets - Big League Politics by TheWebOfSlime in news

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She may be a Zionist shill, but because I watch the work of such, does not mean that I am that.

Goodlatte Conclusions from Joint Investigation - House Judiciary Committee by TheWebOfSlime in politics

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Appoint a second special counsel. The appointment of Mr. Huber and the Inspector General’s report were steps in the right direction, but the appointment of a second Special Counsel remains essential as there are many unanswered questions.

Take a closer look into Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court abuse. Potential abuses of the FISA process must continue to be investigated and remedied. The FBI’s use and handling of Christopher Steele, coupled with what was not shared with the FISC, in the Carter Page applications and renewals is deeply concerning.

Our Senate colleagues, and possibly others, will continue to investigate. It’s unfortunate that House Judiciary Democrats have stated they will not continue this investigation. The decisions made by the DOJ and FBI in 2016 and 2017 should concern all Americans, regardless of political ideology. I am grateful to our Senate colleagues for vowing to pick up where we left off with this investigation in the new year.

Key Takeaways

Our 2016 presidential candidates were not treated equally. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received unusual treatment from the Obama Justice Department during its investigation of her use of a private email server for sending and receiving classified information. The integrity of our government agencies must be restored. It is absolutely critical that every individual, regardless of his or her status, be treated equally in the eyes of the law.

The investigators in both investigations were biased against President Trump. Peter Strzok and Lisa Page exchanged more than 40,000 text messages, including messages such as, “Trump is a loathsome human.” Director Comey himself stated, had he known of their bias, he never would have allowed them to serve on the investigative team. Nevertheless, both Strzok and Page served on the Clinton email and Russia investigations, with Strzok playing a leading role.

DOJ and FBI’s investigation of Secretary Clinton was over before it began. Former Director Comey wrote a statement exonerating Secretary Clinton months before his public announcement doing so. He did this before the FBI had interviewed nearly two dozen witnesses, including Clinton herself. Additionally, the FBI was looking for evidence of “willful intent” in Secretary Clinton’s email activities, even though the relevant federal law doesn’t require it.

We must prevent this from ever happening again. It’s truly unfortunate that Democrats do not see that this is an American issue, not a partisan issue. The actions of the DOJ and FBI in 2016 and 2017 have tarnished the reputations of our nation’s top law enforcement agencies and have undermined Americans’ confidence in their justice system. Equality under the law is a core American value. Our laws should be administered and enforced with impartiality.

Bre Payton, conservative writer, dies at 26 after sudden illness by TheWebOfSlime in news

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Ricin?

Japan hangs 2 for murder, bringing 2018 executions to 15, highest on record by TheWebOfSlime in WorldNews

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Japan hangs cult members.

South Korea's president was running the country for her cult. She should also be hanged.

‘We are coming’: Chilling Blackwater ad triggers fears of Trump seeking to privatize Mideast wars by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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I thought it was XE then Academi. Either way, allowing private outfits to take money for their services seems a better alternative to using taxpayer money to fight other people's wars.

Guccifer 2.0 Game Over – Year End Review by TheWebOfSlime in news

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In summary, evidence indicated that the Guccifer 2.0 persona was operated by someone that wanted to prop up the claims being made by CrowdStrike to the extent that they fabricated evidence and falsified claims in support of statements that had been made by CrowdStrike executives. They wanted to be perceived as Russian and wanted to be attributed to WikiLeaks from the day they emerged.

Guccifer 2.0’s now-exposed objectives do not correlate with the motives of the GRU: they do correlate with the motives that other groups and individuals (based in the United States) would have had at the precise moment in time he appeared.

While I may suspect certain individuals of involvement in this, what I suspect doesn’t matter much. What matters is that the evidence uncovered shows that there is justification for an independent and impartial investigation into the many anomalies of Guccifer 2.0. It also suggests we may not be getting entirely accurate information from the Mueller probe regarding who was really behind the persona.

Federal Government Spent More on Food Stamps in 1 Month Than Trump Wants for 1 Year on Wall by TheWebOfSlime in news

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The point is selective outrage.

You know what kills more people than terrorists? Hamburgers. Cigarettes. Cars. Police officers. But, our spending doesn't represent the level of threat associated with anything because the news paints it one way to serve their masters.

The Federal Reserve just raised interest rates again. Is The Fed Actually Trying To Cause A Stock Market Crash? by magnora7 in finance

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I should be looking pretty good, then, already.

The Federal Reserve just raised interest rates again. Is The Fed Actually Trying To Cause A Stock Market Crash? by magnora7 in finance

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A couple of entities are trying to make Ripple a currency that can be easily traded around the world.

In ace you missed it: Trump Declared a National Emergency regarding our elections. First 45 days are up. Next 45 puts us in Feb. by TheWebOfSlime in politics

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It explains that the the Director of National Intelligence, Attorney General and others were to get a report, this week, detailing which parts of the election structure were targeted.

In February the heads of multiple agencies are to file a report on how to react. Given that the Democrats stole about 30 counties to get the house, and Republicans and the news let them, it seems like something can finally be done.

Serco does the voting machines. Serco also does the paper ballots. Serco also runs prisons, like the one where ballots were handed out. Serco is owned by the British Royal Family.

GCHQ was caught being involved in the Uranium One scandal, in that it helped give Rosatom a great deal of uranium. Alexander Downer was one such culprit. Steele, Mifsud and other Biritish intelligence were outed as British intelligence, as well, as were all working on setting up Trump as colluders.

Rosatom, who the Clintons gave all the uranium to, is now in conquest mode across the world, building reactors for many countries who also stopped being afraid of drilling for new oil, resulting in the price of oil dropping.

So, the British and American deep state arranged for Russia to acquire a great deal of uranium. Russia is sitting pretty now. All these forces also seemingly hate Trump. All these forces have been targeting our elections for a long time. The mainstream media is in their pocket.

Notice the news hasn't told you about Rosatom building floating reactors and reactors in dozens of countries since they acquired Uranium One and notice Rosatom was given expanded state powers by Russia and it didn't even make a blip on the news radar.

The Federal Reserve just raised interest rates again. Is The Fed Actually Trying To Cause A Stock Market Crash? by magnora7 in finance

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Yes. How do we make money on it?

Anyone know how/why a *single redditor* could/would be posting over a hundred of comments? 24-7? I just counted 133 posts from *dirtyharrison*, in a 24 hour period. That's just over 5.5 posts per hour; literally around the clock. by [deleted] in conspiracy

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If you go to upvotes.club you can see how much it costs to counteract posts the MSM doesn't want you to see.

There is a network we put together to pump out the truth or reveal topics being over astroturfed while also costing the shill army a great deal of money per day.

Dirtyharrison is one of my friends in this endeavor. Yes, it is automated and the rules of the automation are variable so as to be able to select content that may not make it to the top of the communities we would like to see them in.

Additionally, it is a convenient trail of evidence for researchers to follow to the logical conclusion regarding the level of corruption at the higher levels of US Government and the unethical lengths they are willing to go to implement mass persuasion to affect a pro war and anti transparency populace that is busy fighting each other than they are fighting the puppet masters.