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  1. Thank you for the read. Another argument to illustrate that both sides are the establishment. Who is smarter? The dog or the tail? Who's wagging who? Meanwhile, the stock market is still going strong because the insiders know that there's profit to be made. And when it's time to get rid of the court jester (after these under the radar policies go into effect) then there will be profit to be made by shorting the market. Meanwhile, let's keep feeding straw man arguments to the masses.
  2. Is that how the Brexit campaign was covered? If so, I can see how the "yes" vote won.
  3. I thought our press was bad but I have to hand it to the UK. Even FoxNews and MSNBC couldn't get away with this.
  4. Senseless. There is ABSOLUTELY NO JUSTIFICATION for acts like this.
  5. I haven't checked this thread for ages because I'm bombarded by every media outlet out there with Trump Trump Trump... but I decided to check it out today and voila, I see this absolutely disgusting picture. Why is that still legal???
  6. http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/22/europe/london-uk-parliament-incident-latest/index.html Eyewitness tells of shouts, gunfire Journalist Kevin Schofield told CNN's Wolf Blitzer what he had seen and heard as the apparent attack unfolded: "I heard a bang outside -- it sounded like a car crash. I looked out of the window and heard a lot of shouting, people running around. "I looked down to my left and saw a man force his way through a security gate. He went straight for a police officer and wrestled him to the ground. Another police officer walked towards him. "The man's arm was outstretched with I think it was a knife, then I heard a few rounds of gunfire. "Then it all got extremely panicked. I assume the armed police who surround Parliament day and night [took] him out." Shofield says MPs and peers are now being led out of parliament by police.
  7. The pandemonium there has been going on for years already. I'm not trying to downplay the seriousness of the issue, however, the connotation (not the book definition) of invading a country goes a bit beyond sending troops to aid in stopping a group that has illegally taken control of said country's land. Representatives from Russia, US and Turkey met two days ago before this happened and I haven't seen any condemnation from either country against this move from the US yet. Things could go really wrong, of course. It is a big deal. My problem is with incendiary headlines that don't appropriately describe reality. Semantics aside, the US is not trying to take over Syria and overthrow its government. At least, not yet.
  8. Okay, after quickly reading these sources, it's obvious that the US in NOT invading Syria. It even sounds like Russia and the US may be cooperating. Regardless, what an absurd headline.
  9. I don't doubt it could have happened but the source is dubious.
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