Do you think elites hate me? by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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just the ones that get on me

Post your block list on Saidit. by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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fuck that guy

always taking one sock

Remove one country by Racist in AskSaidIt

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The BADAGAIN

Remove one country by Racist in AskSaidIt

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lets disagree to agree

or agree to disagree

and then agree to agree

and disagree to disagree

seems like fun

WikiLeaks Still Holding Powerful to Account Even as Assange “Slowly Dies” in Prison by Drewski in WikiLeaks

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you are a terrible human being

to wish for suffering on any other human being for suffering's sake

The Human Cost of War on Iran by fizzyj in notasking

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fta

As Israeli leaders engage in frenzied posturing over a possible military strike on Iran, we again have pundits, experts and commentators speculating how an Israeli offensive would play out. They search for the meaning behind the inflammatory rhetoric of Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and ponder the impact of a war on Western political, strategic and economic interests.

As with the war games I attended at the War College 10 years ago, their narrow focus on strategic and tactical aspects of a potentially serious conflict conveniently avoids the fact that we are talking about the mass murder and maiming of Iranian civilians, as well as many others in the region.

Great, war. Which war stocks do I buy to become the rich guy again? Northrup Grumman is literally making a killing by fizzyj in notasking

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Maybe the question to answer is

what was the Iranian general doing in Iraq?

was it this? a deescalation proposal? https://southfront.org/iraqi-prime-minister-soleimani-arrived-in-baghdad-to-receive-de-escalation-proposal-from-saudi-arabia-trump-supported-initiative/

Bernie Sanders Stands Out in Anti-War Messaging After Death of Soleimani by fizzyj in notasking

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yeah!

Great, war. Which war stocks do I buy to become the rich guy again? Northrup Grumman is literally making a killing by fizzyj in notasking

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Ah, I'm up to speed now

War won't happen.

No iranian economy

would be supported by no military nation against such a large nation

over a guy that doesn't inspire

Bernie Sanders Stands Out in Anti-War Messaging After Death of Soleimani by fizzyj in notasking

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fta

President Donald Trump successfully ordered an airstrike to kill Qasem Soleimani, head of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps' Quds Force, the Pentagon confirmed late Thursday evening. Less than two hours later, the 2020 Democratic candidates for president began rolling out their own strongly worded responses.

The statements fell neatly into two camps: Those who strongly condemned war, and those who gave more nuanced reactions. The latter group began by condemning Soleimani for his actions, then issued a warning that the Trump administration isn’t equipped to handle the situation at hand. Some of the language candidates used was strikingly similar.

Candidates like Senator Bernie Sanders, however, responded to the escalation in Iran, which experts say will lead to retaliation and possibly warfare, by emphasizing their anti-interventionist stance.

Great, war. Which war stocks do I buy to become the rich guy again? Northrup Grumman is literally making a killing by fizzyj in notasking

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you're probably right

all bark art of the deal style

Citizens United Broke Our Democracy One Decade Ago. It Never Recovered. by tyrdhead in notasking

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always fighting the good fight

An Interesting Year Comes To An End by fizzyj in notasking

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fta

The virtual disappearance of traditional political parties has led to the emergence of countless niche groups that often transform themselves into ideological echo chambers. Classical media have also lost much of their power and relevance, and are challenged by countless "news" outlets marketing "alternative facts."

Another challenge to the traditional model of the nation-state is the feminization of politics in more and more countries. A generation ago, having a woman minister, let alone a prime minister or president, was a rarity. Today, it is a banality. The leaders of most political parties in Britain, for example, were women. And, in the United States, female presidential wannabes dominated the Democrat Party's list of candidates. This feminization shifts the emphasis away from the traditional goals of the nation-state that highlighted prestige, glory, economic growth, and hard power to social goals such as welfare, education, health, and help for real or imagined "victims of society."

To be sure, different parts of the world will cope with these new challenges in different ways. Western democracies have developed mechanisms for reform that could help them through what is an epochal transition with a minimum of damage to their socio-economic fabric. Authoritarian systems such as China and, in a different register even Russia, may also be able to negotiate many bumps on the road, at least as long as they maintain economic growth rates that could offer the average citizen the prospect of a better living standard. A number of Asian countries, notably Indonesia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, and Thailand are in a similar position with the difference that their economic performance is less secure than either China or Russia. India, often labeled "the world's largest democracy" has the additional problem of managing an explosion of religious nationalism out of sync with the emerging international landscape.

In the coming year, the final phase of the politico-cultural civil war triggered by Donald Trump's election as president will be fought, with gloves off on both sides. Because the United States remains an important model for many throughout the world, the outcome of that fight could affect developments in several other nations across the globe.

Rep. John Lewis to undergo treatment for stage 4 pancreatic cancer by fizzyj in notasking

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I feel bad for anyone going through that. The dude will be dead within 6 months.

Citizens United Broke Our Democracy One Decade Ago. It Never Recovered. by tyrdhead in notasking

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Which president could have fought against it?

hint: not bush nor trump

Russiagate Investigation Now Endangers Obama by fizzyj in notasking

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Nowadays, Obama is telling the Party’s billionaires that Elizabeth Warren would be good for them, but not that Sanders would — he never liked Sanders. He wants Warren to get the voters who otherwise would go for Sanders, and he wants the Party’s billionaires to help her achieve this (be the Party’s allegedly ‘progressive’ option), so that Sanders won’t be able to become a ballot option in the general election to be held on 3 November 2020. He is telling them whom not to help win the Party’s nomination. In fact, on November 26th, Huffington Post headlined “Obama Said He Would Speak Up To Stop Bernie Sanders Nomination: Report” and indicated that though he won’t actually say this in public (but only to the Party’s billionaires), Obama is determined to do all he can to prevent Sanders from becoming the nominee. In 2016, his choice was Hillary Clinton; but, today, it’s anyone other than Sanders; and, so, in a sense, it remains what it was four years ago — anyone but Sanders.

US and Brazil agree to Amazon development by fizzyj in notasking

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Environmentalists will say this scheme is a ruse to open up the Amazon for mining, logging and farming.

When roads are driven into the forest it attracts more settlers, who clear land and hunt wildlife.

The land clearance - even on a quite small basis - leads to changed weather patterns, which harm the forest. fta

Environmentalists will argue the best way of saving the rainforest is to leave it in the hands of indigenous people.

Environmentalists say Mr Bolsonaro's policies have led to an increase in fires this year and that he has encouraged cattle farmers to clear large areas of the rainforest since his election last October.

Get your Bernie action figure now! Just donate to... Warren's campaign???? What? by fizzyj in notasking

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matched

but i still want a refund

Post-Truth World: An OPCW Cover-up, Shielded by MSM and Bellingcat by fizzyj in notasking

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fta

Today WikiLeaks releases more internal documents from the OPCW regarding the investigation into the alleged chemical attack in Douma in April 2018.

One of the documents is an e-mail exchange dated 27 and 28 February between members of the fact finding mission (FFM) deployed to Douma and the senior officials of the OPCW. It includes an e-mail from Sebastien Braha, Chief of Cabinet at the OPCW, where he instructs that an engineering report from Ian Henderson should be removed from the secure registry of the organisation:

“Please get this document out of DRA [Documents Registry Archive]… And please remove all traces, if any, of its delivery/storage/whatever in DRA”.

The main finding of Henderson, who inspected the sites in Douma and two cylinders that were found on the site of the alleged attack, was that they were more likely manually placed there than dropped from a plane or helicopter from considerable heights. His findings were omitted from the official final OPCW report on the Douma incident.

Sanders Draws Massive Crowds as Progressives Prepare to Fight Trump by fizzyj in notasking

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"One of the most valuable lessons of Sanders’ campaign was that it proved to the Democratic Party that a presidential candidate doesn’t just win support by moving to the left, but can actually capture the imagination of increasingly disillusioned voters left behind by both major parties," observes progressive commentator Sonali Kolhatkar.

Part of fighting for the middle class means rejecting corporate donations and corporate influence, the Vermont senator argued.

"If Mr. Trump has the guts to stand up to [...] corporations," Sanders challenged the president-elect earlier on Thursday, "he will have an ally with me."

8 hours of vintage department store Christmas music tapes by fizzyj in notasking

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is this out of place?

no

it is not

it accurately represents our political behavior

spinning around in circles

going no where, mostly

What's the difference between Bernie and the other Dem candidates? (They are in Sales, Bernie is organizing) by Spud in notasking

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I'm impressed that a single line from 50 years ago is all anyone has on Bernie

dude must be jesus being so clean

The CIA Democrats by fizzyj in notasking

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An extraordinary number of former intelligence and military operatives from the CIA, Pentagon, National Security Council and State Department are seeking nomination as Democratic candidates for Congress in the 2018 midterm elections. The potential influx of military-intelligence personnel into the legislature has no precedent in US political history.

If the Democrats capture a majority in the House of Representatives on November 6, as widely predicted, candidates drawn from the military-intelligence apparatus will comprise as many as half of the new Democratic members of Congress. They will hold the balance of power in the lower chamber of Congress.

Both push and pull are at work here. Democratic Party leaders are actively recruiting candidates with a military or intelligence background for competitive seats where there is the best chance of ousting an incumbent Republican or filling a vacancy, frequently clearing the field for a favored “star” recruit.

A case in point is Elissa Slotkin, a former CIA operative with three tours in Iraq, who worked as Iraq director for the National Security Council in the Obama White House and as a top aide to John Negroponte, the first director of national intelligence. After her deep involvement in US war crimes in Iraq, Slotkin moved to the Pentagon, where, as a principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs, her areas of responsibility included drone warfare, “homeland defense” and cyber warfare.

Media’s Deafening Silence On Latest WikiLeaks Drops Is Its Own Scandal by fizzyj in notasking

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WikiLeaks has published yet another set of leaked internal documents from within the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) adding even more material to the mountain of evidence that we’ve been lied to about an alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria last year which resulted in airstrikes upon that nation from the US, UK and France.

This new WikiLeaks drop includes an email from the OPCW Chief of Cabinet Sebastien Braha (who is reportedly so detested by organisation inspectors that they code named him “Voldemort”) throwing a fit over the Ian Henderson Engineering Assessment which found that the Douma incident was likely a staged event. Braha is seen ordering OPCW staff to “remove all traces, if any, of its delivery/storage/whatever” from the organisation’s secure registry.

'People Should Take Him Very Seriously': Sanders Polling Surge Reportedly Forcing Democratic Establishment to Admit He Can Win by tyrdhead in notasking

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TIL

that

having a stent placed in is considered a heart attack

instead of good health care that people live for many many many years after with

Americans are retiring to Vietnam, for cheap healthcare and a decent standard of living by fizzyj in notasking

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Rapid growth in Vietnam and its Southeast Asian neighbors has created a situation that would have been unthinkable in the past: Aging American boomers are living a lifestyle reminiscent of Florida, Nevada and Arizona, but in Vietnam. Monthly expenses here rarely exceed $2,000, even to live in a large unit like Rockhold’s, including the help of a cook and a cleaner. The neighbors are friendly: A majority of Vietnamese were born well after the war ended in 1975, and Rockhold says he has rarely encountered resentment, even when he talks about his service as a combat veteran.

The vast majority of the owners in his apartment building are members of Vietnam’s burgeoning urban middle class; many work in government or in education, and can afford to take vacations abroad. He estimates that no more than 1 in 5 residents in the 25-floor complex are foreigners.

The worship of billionaires has become our shittiest religion by fizzyj in notasking

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those with money have the ability to hire the best people to help them keep their money

Feds finally start investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s gal pal Ghislaine Maxwell by fizzyj in notasking

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Ghislaine Maxwell — the British socialite who’s long been accused of serving as Jeffrey Epstein’s madam — is under investigation by the FBI, according to a new report Friday.

Several other “people who facilitated” the dead pedophile’s alleged sexual abuse are also being probed but Maxwell is the main focus, two sources familiar with the investigation told Reuters.

One of the sources said the probe is in its early stages and that the FBI is following up with leads its received from women who claim to have been victimized by Epstein.

The FBI currently has no plans to interview Prince Andrew, who’s been accused of having sex with one of Epstein’s most vocal accusers, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, the sources said.

The worship of billionaires has become our shittiest religion by fizzyj in notasking

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One billion dollars is such a huge amount of money, that there has recently emerged a whole sub-genre of images specifically designed to help us get our heads around how huge it is. If you, for instance, had earned a million a year, every year since the Battle of Hastings (that’s 1066, for non-Brits), and not spent any of it, you still wouldn’t (interest notwithstanding) be a billionaire. If you earned an annual salary of $43,000, you might eventually become a billionaire (again, not accounting for expenses or accumulated interest) — if you waited over 23,000 years.

And none of this is even accounting for the still more extreme amount of money that Jeff Bezos has managed to accumulate over the course of his lifetime: $110 billion dollars, according to one recent estimate. The other day, I overheard a couple in the pub, students I think, arguing about how much a billion was. One thought it was ten million. The second bet that it was actually a bit bigger: one hundred million. When they realized that a billion is in fact either one thousand million (“short scale,” sometimes thought of as an “American billion” by British people) or one million million (“long scale,” used officially in Britain until the mid-1970s), they couldn’t stop laughing. People actually have that amount, like that amount of currency — in money? And they’re just allowed to sort of... have it?

Virginia: 30 pounds of cocaine seized during DEA employee party, 17 federal agents arrested by fizzyj in notasking

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About 50 law enforcement officers, the Department of Public Safety, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Richmond and Roanoke police departments participated in the drug-trafficking investigation.

The investigation focused on a number of corrupted members of the Drug Enforcement Administration who are suspected of laundering more than $170 million in illicit drug proceeds, according to a news release from the Roanoke County Sheriff’s Office.

In July 2015 Google invested $100 million into Crowdstrike -- which is why they defend Russiagate and hate Trump by fizzyj in notasking

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Google Capital, the two-year-old growth equity arm of search giant Google (GOOG), announced its first security investment on Monday morning.

The fund has pumped $100 million into cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike. It was joined by cloud computing company Rackspace (RAX), which is a customer, and the firm’s existing investors Accel and Warburg Pincus. The new infusion represents a Series C round for the Irvine, Calif.-based company, bringing its total funding raised to date to $156 million.

Insightful or Fun? Are you people serious? by itsgettingcloser in SaidIt

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it does work

I don't talk about slashdot because I don't want it ruined like reddit

slashdot is great

Could It Be Bernie Sanders? Vermont Senator in Second Place As 2019 Ends by fizzyj in notasking

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#berniewouldhavewon

Could It Be Bernie Sanders? Vermont Senator in Second Place As 2019 Ends by fizzyj in notasking

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'Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is the clear second place contender for the party's nomination as 2019 draws to a close, with an aggregate of national polls showing him several points ahead of progressive rival Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and double digits above Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana.

The Real Clear Politics average of national polls through December 19, showed former Vice President Joe Biden with a commanding lead, as he held 27.8 percent of support among Democratic primary voters. Sanders followed with 19.3 percent, while Warren lagged about 4 points behind with 15.2 percent and Buttigieg trailed in the single digits with just 8.3 percent. Notably, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a billionaire who entered the race just last month, is polling at 5 percent, in fifth place overall.

Candidates have begun vying to take an early lead as the nomination process officially kicks off with the Iowa caucuses on February 3, followed by the New Hampshire primary on February 11. In both states, Sanders appears within potential striking range of clinching the most delegates ahead of the Democratic National Convention.'

Letters to the Editor: Thousands were at a Bernie Sanders rally in Venice. Where was the L.A. Times? by fizzyj in notasking

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Yes, a growing number of voters is seeking out alternative media on the left, and the Los Angeles Times’ lack of coverage of the Dec. 21 rally in Venice serves as a salient example of why this trend has no sign of abating.

More than 10,000 people showed up to an iconic Los Angeles location to hear a top contender for president, along with the international political and media phenomenon Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), and there’s no article about it in our local newspaper? While the L.A. Times is to be commended for recognizing the changes in political media, it must also be brought to task for the disregard it has shown Sanders’ candidacy.

Patton Assassinated to Suppress His Criticism of Post-War Policy by dragonslayer in conspiracy

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Erasing private property, will instead, be imposed coverty via the devaluing of currency, increase in property tax and in all tax

finally someone else who sees it

F-Reddit. What were you censored for saying on Reddit, and what event was the final straw before leaving? by Tom_Bombadil in censorship

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After 8 years, it finally required an email verification because it didn't like that I used two IPs in different locations.

F-Reddit. What were you censored for saying on Reddit, and what event was the final straw before leaving? by Tom_Bombadil in censorship

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Reddit is a corporate left. It does not support any antiwar sentiment - whether that's Bernie Sanders or Ron Paul types.

What are you afraid of? by FlamethrowerDeluxe49 in AskSaidIt

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kittens

This is why I left reddit by Light_Aura in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Reddit has suspended my accounts because I happend to travel from my normal living quarters between countries.

Their loss.

Some humor in today's WSJ. 1) Ben is researching the financial crisis. Like come on man. 2) He warned about the recession after he realized we were already in it. 3) He regrets not forecasting the crisis he helped create. LOL by Jesus in conspiracy

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Stay away Ben

You've already caused housing prices to skyrocket by giving your billions to banks rather than the people

Spooks by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Epstein rigged the powerpall from jail

Now think about how much more important elections are, and how less scrutinized the machines are

They want you to focus on Epstein whilst they pass the TAPS act and mental higene laws, Epstein is probably in Tel Aviv by Jesus in conspiracy

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Do you think the focus is drawn away purposely from the Epstein document dump as well?

Absolutely.

This shit threatens all people connected to Epstein. The dude rigged million dollar lotteries while in prison - what else could he get away with?

They want you to focus on Epstein whilst they pass the TAPS act and mental higene laws, Epstein is probably in Tel Aviv by Jesus in conspiracy

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What if it's the exact opposite of what you say?

That "they" want you to focus on anything that isn't Epstein, because Epstein is a legitimate proven conspiracy, with connections to major world leaders and spies, that threatens their downfall under further investigation?

The TAPS act is part of the Epstein saga too - if you believe that Epstein did this, then you don't want the TAPS act because you know you have to preserve freedoms to discuss conspiracies like this, because your leaders are fuuuuckedup.

Reddit is supporting the trafficking and rape of underaged girls. by pointyball in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Pfff, get over it dude, way worse is happening in the child trafficking area than Epstein. From what I can tell he was a hebe, means he fucked 14-16 year olds mostly. That shit is on the table in some countries. He' obviously into some fucked up shit but the pedo and trafficking is the distraction. I'm not even going to say what I think but I will say sloppy job. /spy Podesta would know, he's a spy for Israel.

You don't really get worse than human trafficking that can be used for blackmail of major government officials, regardless of age.

We do not know the extent of Epstein's human trafficking of minors. And, Epstein is likely to be connected to other human traffickers that include all ages.

Seems like Epstein was connected to spies too.

Blackout Strikes London As UK Power Grid "Experiences A Major Incident" by magnora7 in WorldNews

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This is a test of the UK government to simulate the issues with this scenario if Brexit were to create a similar scenario.

They shut down the British channel tunnel a year or two ago for this reason.

How come we never heard about all these other mass shootings? by BillionDollarEgg3 in AskSaidIt

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Whataboutism

Why would anyone use this word? It's stating your willing ignorance of a topic because you wish to ignore anything similar.

Most Trump Supporters by Jesus in conspiracy

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This is standard behavior for both sides.

Think by useless_aether in memes

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Scandinavia disagress with you