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  1. I am not so surprised. If you ask those people who Kim Kardashian is or what happened on last episode of Game of Thrones or what is an Iphone, then they can tell you for minutes everything about those.
  2. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5016629/Shopkeeper-ties-mouse-jar-tortures-it.html?ito=social-facebook Shopkeeper ties a mouse to a jar and tortures it with a stick in disturbing video after the rodent stole his food this is just horrible
  3. omg, I can feel how she feels. I hate mice, rats, hamsters kind of animals. I would scream out loud and rush if I see a rat too. But I love chinchillas
  4. Since it has not been posted here, a human tragedy with over 300 deads, Im gonna share it here. There is a big problem indeed concernig the double standard. Anyway, my whole prayers go to all family victims, and everyone who live somewhere where the elite world doenst wanna become them http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/10/double-standards-aren-somalia-171016105300793.html Almost 300 people were killed when a powerful bomb blast ripped through Mogadishu, Somalia's capital, on Saturday. The attack marked the deadliest assault the country has ever witnessed. Somalia has entered a three-day national mourning period for the victims, with around 300 more people also injured in the blast. Dozens are missing, hospitals are running out of blood and anger is growing. But social media users have asked: Where is the collective outrage? The attack in Somalia came little more than one week after a deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, but many noted a quieter response to events in Mogadishu. "The world is unfair; social media can attest to that. 276 died in Somalia and we aren't doing the same thing we did when it was Las Vegas," tweeted Eke van Victor. "We mourn with Somalia. 276 dead. 300 hurt. We confess that our tears are often limited to the West. Forgive us. We long for peace with you," said Eugene Cho. "You should be as devastated about the sheer loss of life in Somalia, as you were about the senseless killings in Vegas," wrote Stacey Dooley, a British television presenter. Some were also concerned by the low level of media coverage compared with other horrendous attacks. Commentator and law professor Khaled Beydoun noted that a bomb attack in Manchester, a northern British city, was covered more widely. "The # of people killed in Somalia yesterday was 10x more than the # killed in Manchester in May (230 to 22). But it got 100x less coverage," he tweeted.
  5. "This Is Africa" at the Hubei Provincial features photographs by Yu Huiping. https://news.artnet.com/art-world/racist-images-comparing-black-people-and-animals-yanked-from-chinese-museum-1115972?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=socialmedia&utm_keyword=newsfb
  6. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4972672/Jail-cruel-farm-worker-BELLY-FLOPPED-piglets.html?ito=social-facebook Sickening video showed a farm worker in Spain jumping onto dozens of piglets Colleague could be heard laughing as thug hurled himself on top of the animals The two men, a Lithuanian and a Spaniard, aged 19 and 22, were later arrested Both of the men have both now been jailed for 15 months over sickening 'prank' ______________ After reading this, I lost my mind for some seconds. Seriously, how can people so cruel and evil. Its disgusting behaviour and the 15 months are sadly not much
  7. They have been described as the world's most persecuted people. Rejected by the country they call home and unwanted by its neighbours, the Rohingya are impoverished, virtually stateless and have been fleeing Myanmar in droves and for decades. In recent months, tens of thousands of Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh amid a military crackdown on insurgents in Myanmar's western Rakhine state. They have told horrifying stories of rapes, killings and house burnings, which the government of Myanmar - formerly Burma - has claimed are "false" and "distorted". Activists have condemned the lack of a firm international response. Some have described the situation as South East Asia's Srebrenica, referring to the July 1995 massacre of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslims who were meant to be under UN protection - a dark stain on Europe's human rights record. What's happening? Tun Khin, from the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK, says Rohingyas are suffering "mass atrocities" perpetrated by security forces in the northern part of Rakhine state. A counter-insurgency campaign was launched after nine border policemen near Maungdaw were killed in a militant attack in early October, but the Rohingya say they are being targeted indiscriminately. The BBC cannot visit the locked-down area to verify the claims and the Myanmar government has vociferously denied alleged abuses. But UN officials have told the BBC that the Rohingya are being collectively punished for militant attacks, with the ultimate goal being ethnic cleansing. What led to the current situation? The Rohingya are one of Myanmar's many ethnic minorities and say they are descendants of Arab traders and other groups who have been in the region for generations. But Myanmar's government denies them citizenship and sees them as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh - a common attitude among many Burmese. The predominantly Buddhist country has a long history of communal mistrust, which was allowed to simmer, and was at times exploited, under decades of military rule. About one million Muslim Rohingya are estimated to live in western Rakhine state, where they are a sizable minority. An outbreak of communal violence there in 2012 saw more than 100,000 people displaced, and tens of thousands of Rohingya remain in decrepit camps where travel is restricted. Hundreds of thousands of undocumented Rohingya already live in Bangladesh, having fled there over many decades. Where is Aung San Suu Kyi? Since a dramatic Rohingya exodus from Myanmar in 2015, the political party of Nobel Peace Prize winner and democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi has taken power in a historic election, the first to be openly contested in 25 years. But little has changed for the Rohingya and Ms Suu Kyi's failure to condemn the current violence is an outrage, say some observers. "I'm not saying there are no difficulties,'' she told Singapore's Channel NewsAsia in December. "But it helps if people recognise the difficulty and are more focused on resolving these difficulties rather than exaggerating them so that everything seems worse than it really is.'' Her failure to defend the Rohingya is extremely disappointing, said Tun Khin, who for years had supported her democracy activism. The question of whether she has much leverage over the military - which still wields great power and controls the most powerful ministries - is a separate one, he said. "The point is that Aung San Suu Kyi is covering up this crime perpetrated by the military." http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-38168917 https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/aug/25/rohingya-militants-blamed-as-attack-on-myanmar-border-kills-12 http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-38505228 _________________ A tragedy happening in Rohinga, and whos is to blame ? The nobel price winner Aung Suu. I never like this woman, last year she said, if she knew she would meet a muslim Imam, she wouldnt have accepted the invitation.
  8. This McGregor boy looks hot though, thats the only reason for me to watch this, although its always entertaining when hot guys fight each other
  9. A Toronto orchestra has shut down after "fat-shaming" volunteer singers who wore body-hugging dresses. The Sheraton Cadwell Orchestras asked women who were not "fit & slim" to use loose dresses that hide their "dietary indulgences". Many singers who had performed with the symphony expressed disgust at the email. The management has since apologised and resigned, telling singers the orchestra would no longer be funded. The controversy began on Monday when singer Victoria Leone, 23, received an email from Sheraton Cadwell Orchestras that left her astonished. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-41054254?ocid=socialflow_facebook&ns_mchannel=social&ns_campaign=bbcnews&ns_source=facebook
  10. When I was working for police department, we got one day a call, a rape in a disco. We went there, saw that girl (victim) crying. She claimed to be raped in the toilet. She was transported to hospital later. Three days later, she was invited to police station to report her incident. She reported us, she invented the story, because she was fucking with a guy in the toilet, But the sister of her boyfriend was also there and saw her cheating, thats why she acted like that. Yes, thats actually true, that most rapes are not fake, but the fake ones overshadow the real ones. Also it really is hard for the rape victim to report that incident plus to show evidences. Its a very complicated story.
  11. Jemma Beale claimed she had been seriously sexually assaulted by six men and raped by nine, all strangers, in four different encounters over the space of three years. The 25-year-old was found guilty in July at Southwark Crown Court of four counts of perjury and four counts of perverting the course of justice. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/08/24/woman-falsely-accused-15-men-rape-sexual-assault-jailed-ten/?WT.mc_id=tmgoff_fb_tmg _________________________- I have no words but still, its nothing new. Many rape accusations are mostly fake for several reasons.
  12. to say threre are good nazis is like there are virgin prostitutes out there !!! How pathetic, also I saw this video, have to make a test with my friends if this is really true or not
  13. I just had a conversation yesterday with a german lawyer collegue. We talked about work and life, and suddenly he trash talked about USA and the black people issue and white supremacy. He used words like "nigga" and "slaywes" and "jew" in a very racist context, called muslims terrrorist etc... I was like wtf, I am talking with you about business and life andd not about policy and you come out as this. I ended the dialogue and deleted him from my friendslist. We all can have a conversation and disagree, but everything has to be mutual and respectful. And yes, as a minority in this country, you have to work harder than the ordinary people to gain success. Its iin many places all over the world the same issue. Racisim and Antisemitism exist behind closed doors and surface in a subliminal way in the media. Exception is islamophobia, its current everywhere.
  14. You are right. The police arrested them, but they paid 500 Euro each as security deposit and got free. But this is not the same like being imprisoned after a court trial. Mostly you pay around 500 - 5.000 € penalty and no imprisonment. But we had one case, one guy posted on his facebook some antisemitic comments referring to Hitler. He got reported by a friend to his employer, and he got fired. That guy lost his job and didnt get it back.
  15. well, the reality is different that the theory. Its forbidden in germany in any kind of way, wearing, saluting or expressing yourself. But you will not get imprisoned. Much more, you get fined to pay money and thats it. But mostly and thats for sure, you gonna loose your job if someone reports your ideology to your employer.
  16. So true. It always is easy to blame the social medias or network, but how about the traditional media ? Dont they support or give subliminal messages to the people about a certain case ? As I mentioned before, its good those people go out and demonstrate. The government can identify them and observe. Of course that other incident with the car is horrible. Should not happen. I am curious how far this will go and what will happen. President will take a long weekend vacation next week to play golf, since he skipped it this week
  17. white terrorism always existed. It was called a different name. Sad what happens there, but they were never dead. Its good they go out and we can see their faces. Now, the state has to identify them and take them under national observation. Is Kuklux Clan also in Virgina ? They are a lil bit calm right now, but its just about time they start with their actions too. Just saw a man wearing a t-shirt citing Hitler. Those guys and everyone else in this world who promotes fanatism, radicalism has to be put in prison, they are a danger to the worldwide society.
  18. yes his cheeks are not moving, his face is just without emotion, there is no expression at all.... Sad for the guy who f*** him and gets nor lust reaction in his face... Also, even the modern japanese human machines have more emotions and mimiks than him
  19. "Fire and Fur" - Trump is watching too much GoT !!! Hes just like that Joffrey, not good times are awaiting us if he really considers to play with the bombs
  20. http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/video-shows-border-officers-appeared-encourage-permit-teen/story?id=48903893 A government surveillance video obtained by ABC News has shed new light on a tragic incident at the U.S.-Mexico border, sparking outrage from members of Congress who help oversee U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The video shows that in 2013 two U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers appeared to encourage, or at least permit, a 16-year-old Mexican high school student to drink from a bottle that tests would later reveal contained concentrated liquid methamphetamine. The young man, Cruz Velazquez, died within two hours of drinking the substance, but the two officers involved, Valerie Baird and Adrian Perallon, remain on the job today, with no disciplinary action taken against them. A former head of internal affairs at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, James Tomsheck, told ABC News the two officers violated agency protocols by allowing the young man to drink from the bottle, and that he was told at the time they would be punished. “If they truly suspected there was a controlled substance in the bottle,” Tomsheck said, “they should've conducted a field test.” Rep. Zoe Lofgren, a Democrat from California and the ranking member on the House Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security, condemned the officers’ conduct. “Drug smuggling is wrong and is a crime, but this teenage boy did not deserve a death sentence,” Lofgren told ABC News. “For CBP officers to inflict a summary death sentence is not only immoral, but also illegal.” Rep. Bennie Thompson, a Democrat from Missouri and the ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee, echoed those sentiments. “In order for CBP officers to prevent smuggling, ensure public safety, and do their difficult job at the border properly, CBP must have the appropriate protocols in place and officers must follow them,” Thompson told ABC News. “While there is no excuse for attempting to bring illicit substances into the country, it is absolutely clear from the video that there were numerous failures in judgement and procedure that led to the senseless death of a 16-year-old boy. CBP must ensure that such a tragedy never occurs again.” Rep. Adriano Espaillat, a Democrat from New York, said this incident highlights the need to pass legislation he introduced earlier this year that would require border officers to wear body cameras while on duty. Undocumented immigrants and green card holders are terrified,” Espaillat said in a statement, “and it is critical that we hold officers accountable and ensure that the civil rights of these individuals are not violated.” The video, which will air for the first time today on Good Morning America, World News Tonight with David Muir, 20/20 and Nightline as part of a year-long investigation of U.S. Customs and Border Protection conducted by ABC News and The Investigative Fund, shows that Velazquez took four drinks from the bottle, and the officers appear to repeatedly encourage him with hand gestures. The Velazquez family ultimately filed a civil lawsuit against the officers and the agency, claiming that the officers’ actions led to Cruz’s death. “What you see, I think, is a basic lack of compassion and decency toward a 16-year-old boy,” said Gene Iredale, the San Diego-based attorney who represented the Velazquez family. “Almost a delight that you would see in children who just pull the wings off flies slowly, a smile when he's being asked to drink something and being put in this position.” Both officers, who declined through their attorneys to be interviewed by ABC News, denied asking Velazquez to drink from the bottle, and the official report called the incident an “accident.” Officer Perallon claimed Velazquez “volunteered” to take a drink. In response to the broader ABC News investigation, which revealed a history of cases in which the agency appeared to ignore accusations of mistreatment and abuse, the agency issued a statement, saying, “CBP takes all allegations of mistreatment seriously, and does not tolerate actions that are not consistent with our core values of vigilance, service to country and integrity.” The Consulate General of Mexico in San Diego released a brief statement to ABC News. "The Consulate General of Mexico in San Diego provided consular and legal assistance to Mr. Cruz Velazquez’s family since it learned about his death. This tragic incident highlights the need of greater transparency and accountability in immigration control activities." Earlier this year, the U.S. government paid the teen’s family $1 million to settle a lawsuit. There was no apology or admission of wrongdoing, and both officers testified that they never received a reprimand for their conduct, a fact that still angers members of Velazquez’s family. “How can the government allow that? It’s like, OK you can kill someone,” Reyna Velazquez, Cruz’s sister, told ABC News. “They took him as a fool, as who cares. Well, that fool, he was the greatest person I ever knew.”
  21. Manhattan skyline drawing by Trump this drawing by Trumo sold at auction for $29,184 https://news.artnet.com/art-world/donald-trump-drawing-auction-1035683
  22. https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/nation-now/2017/07/24/wisconsin-company-install-rice-sized-microchips-employees/503867001/?utm_source=usatn&utm_medium=front&utm_campaign=usatn-pv-viral https://www.rt.com/viral/397255-microchip-employees-rfid-contactless/ Welcome to the future? A Wisconsin technology company is offering its employees microchip implants that can be used to scan into the building and purchase food at work. Whether or not to get a chip is up to the employee to decide. Three Square Market, a company that provides technology for break-room or micro markets, has over 50 employees who plan to have the devices implanted. The tiny chip, which uses RFID technology or Radio-Frequency Identification, can be implanted between the thumb and forefinger "within seconds," according to a statement from the company. The company, which is based in River Falls, Wisc., envisions the rice-sized micro chip allowing employees to easily pay for items, access the building and their computers all with a scan of their hand. "We foresee the use of RFID technology to drive everything from making purchases in our office break room market, opening doors, use of copy machines, logging into our office computers, unlocking phones, sharing business cards, storing medical/health information, and used as payment at other RFID terminals," CEO Todd Westby said in a company statement. "Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc." And while microchipping employees may sound like something out of a horror film, the company is partnering with Swedish company BioHax International, which already has many "chipped" employees. Employees are not required to get the microchips, and Westby told the station there is no GPS tracking. ____________________ horrible times are awaiting for us. If this is going to be happen here in Germany, a big company is about to start in near future with this, then I am going to leave my job. I will not going to let this happen to be implanted in my body. Science fictions movies are getting real step by step
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