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  1. Since 1941 the americans have been sending navy boys all over the world looking for a quick fuck....
  2. Donald Trump just wanted to ride the popular wave to get his TRUMP TV project on. He never expected to win this election. He is just as surprised (and scared) as everyone else. Somehow, he reminds me of Caligula with his narcissism and erratic behaviour.
  3. NATO allies must increase spending or US will ‘moderate its commitment’ – Defense Sec. Mattis US Defense Secretary James Mattis delivered an ultimatum to NATO allies during a visit to Europe – increase their military spending, or see America “moderate its commitment” to the alliance. “I owe it to you all to give you clarity on the political reality in the United States, and to state the fair demand from my country’s people in concrete terms,” Mattis said. “America will meet its responsibilities, but if your nations do not want to see America moderate its commitment to the alliance, each of your capitals needs to show its support for our common defense.” “No longer can the American taxpayer carry a disproportionate share of the defense of western values,” Mattis said. “Americans cannot care more for your children’s security than you do. Disregard for military readiness demonstrates a lack of respect for ourselves, for the alliance, and for the freedoms we inherited, which are now clearly threatened.” The remarks were delivered during a closed-doors meeting with NATO defense ministers in Brussels, and provided to reporters traveling with the new Pentagon chief. Earlier on Tuesday, Mattis referred to NATO as “a fundamental bedrock for the United States and for all the transatlantic community” and reiterated President Donald Trump’s “strong support” for the alliance. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump has criticized NATO as “obsolete” and singled out the lack of military spending as proof that the US was “paying disproportionately” to maintain the alliance. “I think NATO as a concept is good, but it is not as good as it was when it first evolved,” Trump told the Washington Post in March 2016. “NATO is costing us a fortune and yes, we’re protecting Europe – but we’re spending a lot of money.” In an interview to the New York Times in July 2016, Trump said there were “many countries that have not fulfilled their obligations to us,” referring to NATO allies whose military spending fell below the 2 percent of GDP. Currently only four European NATO members –UK, Estonia, Poland and Greece – spend at least 2 percent of their gross domestic product on the military. Major alliance members such as France, Germany, Italy, Turkey and Canada would all need to boost their military spending to meet the benchmark, set by the Obama administration.
  4. Yes, and Obama did the same as the republicans in the 80s. In foreign affairs the democrats and the republicans have little to no difference on their approach.
  5. I don't know if it was his direct intention, that would be the ground of conspiratory theories, but the funding of those groups without any thoughtful consideration about the possible consequences just for the sake of topple the Syrian government was at the very least totally irresponsible. It really backfired and should be addressed. And even if it did work for their goals, the funding of terrorism should never be allowed in the first place. The same happened with Al-Qaeda in the 80s and look what a huge out of control monster that ended up to be. The US quite literally lit the fire on a haystack.
  6. I think the main interest here is quite simple our human survival instinct, or all this warmongering between two nuclear powers is any good for our safety? We should reflect on that, because those two countries have the power to destroy each other and drag the entire world with them! We have had enough of this for the entire XX century and all nations of the world watch this imperialist struggle wondering when the bombs will fall. They need to stop this threats immediately and work together for a safer world.
  7. And before people here jump on my throat claiming that i'm defending the Trump administration, let me be clear that i'm very sceptic of his willing to change things or improve the american relationship with the world. He is playing the elite card just as every american president before him. His populist message of change is quickly falling apart. Unfortunately, he is following Obama's stupidity regarding Russia: Trump expects Russia to ‘return Crimea' – White House US President Donald Trump has been tough on Russia and expects Moscow to “return” the Crimea peninsula to Ukraine, the White House spokesman told reporters. Addressing the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn – hounded by the media over his contacts with Russian diplomats prior to Trump’s inauguration – Spicer pointed out that Russia “seized” Crimea under the Obama administration and that the Trump-appointed ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has “strongly denounced the Russian occupation.” "President Trump has made it very clear that he expects the Russian government to de-escalate violence in the Ukraine and return Crimea," Spicer said at the daily news briefing on Tuesday. “At the same time, he fully expects to – and wants to – get along with Russia." “Crimea is a part of Ukraine. Our Crimea-related sanctions will remain in place until Russia returns control of the peninsula to Ukraine,” Haley said at the UN Security Council meeting on February 2. Russian envoy Vitaly Churkin responded by citing the US Constitution and pointing out that Crimeans overwhelmingly voted to join Russia, after the US-backed coup in February 2014 overthrew the elected government in Kiev. It is in the national and economic interest of the US to have a good relationship with Russia, Spicer explained, but said that Haley “speaks for the president” on the matter of Crimea. Flynn’s resignation on Monday followed several weeks of media furor over his telephone conversation with the Russian ambassador to the US in December, after the outgoing Obama administration expelled 35 Russian diplomats and seized two properties. Moscow chose not to respond in kind. “There is nothing that General Flynn did that was a violation of any sort,” Spicer said, explaining that the adviser was asked to resign because of Trump’s “eroding trust” after Flynn’s accounts of the conversation to administration officials did not square with what was leaked to the media.
  8. As long as the news keep giving me reasons to criticize the previous administration and the hypocrisy of those who are now pointing the finger, that's exactly what you will get right on your face.
  9. Why the US should not get along with Russia? Somebody here care to explain? I see no other reason than the american military industry always pressing for an ever present foreign enemy, creating artificial conflicts for profit. By the way, its funny that Obama funded rebel groups in Syria for 6 years, mostly became ISIS, and no one was fired on his administration or ever held accountable. There goes their hypocritical logic.
  10. Why she has SIX FINGERS????? Horrible!!!
  11. I think the whole point of looking good is first look good for yourself, then maybe other people will be attracted to you. In this case he probably thinks he looks good, but for the majority of people he looks awful... he definitely has some fucked up mental disorder and he is not even aware of it.
  12. Enjoying President Trump? Then Blame Democrats For Cheating Bernie Sanders In a recent article, I explain that President Obama either bombed, sanctioned or sent American soldiers to the seven nations on President Trump’s travel ban. Thus, the precedent for Trump’s stance on refugees correlates directly to policies from the Bush and Obama years. These policies helped create the refugee crisis that Trump has so awkwardly addressed with his draconian executive order. From Trump’s travel ban of Muslim majority nations to allegedly belligerent phone calls with world leaders, media and Democrats have reacted with outrage and disbelief. It’s as if the Democratic Party and loyal “lesser evil” voters didn’t think cheating Bernie Sanders would lead to such political turmoil. When Debbie Wasserman Shultz resigned from the DNC and friendly journalists covered-up the crime, it was too late; Bernie was forced out of the primary. The only chance for Democrats to defeat a populist Republican nominee, during an anti-establishment year in American politics, was destroyed along with Hillary’s yoga emails and Anthony Weiner’s self-portraits. Instead of addressing the causes of Clinton’s monumental collapse, Democrats have blamed Russia for influencing voters away from a candidate who faced endless scandal. In another CounterPropa piece, I highlight twenty-five reasons Democrats can’t blame Russia for Clinton’s loss to Trump. The “most” qualified Hillary Clinton, complete with FBI criminal investigations and abysmal favorability numbers would eventually lose to a reality show star. Republicans now own Congress and the White House, all because Democrats and liberal media pushed with all their might for a losing candidate. Clinton was never positioned to defeat Trump, and I spent over one year warning the world in The Hill, Salon, and The Huffington Post. These warnings were not only met with hostility, but any attempt at awakening the legions of Hillary supporters resulted in bullying, verbal harassment, and other vapid attempts at intimidation. Correct the Record didn’t spend $1 million for nothing. So, enjoy President Trump, because Democrats worked hard to get him into the White House. Take for example one of the Democratic Party’s most loyal journalists, Kurt Eichenwald. Before Democrats attacked Trump, they set their sights upon the only candidate capable of defeating the New York billionaire. Nothing epitomizes Democratic politics better than Mr. Eichenwald’s Newsweek article titled GET CONTROL, SENATOR SANDERS, OR GET OUT: Violence. Death threats. Vile, misogynistic names screamed at women. Rage. Hatred. Menacing, anonymous phone calls to homes and offices. Public officials whisked offstage by security agents frightened of the growing mob. None of this has any place in a political campaign. And the candidate who has been tolerating this obscene behavior among his supporters is showing himself to be unfit for office. So, Senator Sanders, either get control of what is becoming your increasingly unhinged cult or get out of the race. Whatever respect sane liberals had for you is rapidly dwindling, and the damage being inflicted on your reputation may be unfixable. If you can’t even manage the vicious thugs who act in your name, you can’t be trusted to run a convenience store, much less the country. …But Sanders has increasingly signaled that he is in this race for Sanders, and day after day shows himself to be a whining crybaby with little interest in a broader movement. His vicious—and often ridiculous—attacks on the party whenever he doesn’t win a contest have inspired a level of ignorant fanaticism among a large swath of his supporters that is becoming more akin to what might be seen at an out-of-control rally for Donald Trump. Signs are emerging that the Sanders campaign is transmogrifying into the type of movement through which tyrants are born. Vicious thugs? Not many people would categorize Bernie’s campaign as “the type of movement through which tyrants are born.” In addition to the hyperbole, Eichenwald failed to provide the number of Bernie delegates arrested for violence and mayhem in Nevada. This isn’t journalism. It’s public relations. It’s also the reason Democrats lost to Trump. Every controversial decision Trump makes and each executive order should be correlated to Bernie Sanders being hounded by a “liberal” media beholden to Clinton. In addition to Eichenwald’s fantasy novel in Newsweek, The Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold wrote a piece titled How Bernie Sanders would transform the nation: In the America that Bernie Sanders wants to create, tuition would be free for every student at every public college. Which, of course, is another way of saying that the government would pay for it. And with the government paying for college, colleges would run by government rules. Sanders’s rules. For one thing, Sanders thinks student centers are a waste of government money. He would make sure they did not get any more of it. If he becomes president, Sanders would spend an enormous amount of money: $3.27 trillion. At the very, very least. He is not just a big-spending liberal. His agenda is not just about money. It’s also about control. Bernie’s college plan was about control? Really? It’s amusing how Fahrenthold called Sanders a “big-spending liberal” without ever condemning Clinton’s decision to back free public college. Even long-time Clinton backer Robert Reich wrote articles defending Bernie Sanders from Fahrenthold’s faulty logic. The key to understanding how Democrats win in 2018 and 2020 is to never forget what happened in 2016. There’s a reason states that voted for Obama twice chose Trump over Hillary, and these reasons have nothing to do with Vladimir Putin. Rather than ignoring the lessons of 2016, Democratic voters should always correlate President Trump with Debbie Wasserman Schultz. In addition to Eichenwald and Fahrenthold, American media was full of friendly journalists eager to undermine Bernie in favor of Clinton. The list of hit pieces and condescending articles are endless, but let’s focus on The Daily Beast. The Daily Beast is the most loyal of all the public relations firms associated with Hillary Clinton. To say its writers live in a centrist neoliberal bubble (where Hillary never called black youth superpredators or engaged in racist tactics against Obama in 2008) would be an understatement. This cult-like mentality surrounding Clinton’s candidacy is exemplified by a Michael Tomasky piece titled It’s All Over but the Shouting: Hillary Clinton Crushed Bernie Sanders: It’s time for the guy with some of the Democratic vote to gracefully give way to the woman with much more of it. So forgive me for being a little confused about why these margins give Bernie Sanders such “leverage” in what we presume to be his looming negotiations with Hillary Clinton over the future of the party of which he’s not a member. Is there precedent for the losing candidate demanding that the winning candidate prove her bona fides to his voters? I sure can’t think of any. Hillary didn’t “crush” anyone, the DNC cheated Bernie. Someone should remind Daily Beast writers that Debbie Wasserman Schultz reigned from the DNC for a reason; they were never neutral. We’ve yet to see Hillary Clinton face Sanders in a neutral Democratic Primary, without debate questions being leaked to Clinton. The woman with “more of the Democratic vote” eventually spent $1.2 billion dollars losing the Electoral College to a man who was caught on tape making disgusting remarks about women. It must be tough being part of the Democratic public relations machine, knowing that every Clinton scandal resulted in a Trump presidency. Combine that with the knowledge that Bernie Sanders was cheated for a candidate who lost to Trump and we have the autopsy of an election buried with regret. The fact that Clinton didn’t address the concerns of Bernie voters is one of the many reasons Democrats lost. In addition, Bernie Sanders would have defeated Trump because Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania haven’t voted for a GOP candidate since the 1980’s. With a united Democratic Party around a populist candidate like Bernie Sanders (if that’s possible with a Democratic Party influenced by neocons and corporate lobbyists), these states would have again voted Democrat. Have Democrats learned? Hardly. Now Chelsea Clinton is poised to take control of the Democratic Party, as I explain here. With the Clinton dynasty one of the causes of Trump’s White House, it’s bizarre to see Democrats rally around Chelsea Clinton. Ignoring the past means repeating the same mistakes in the future. If Democrats elect a centrist in 2020, America will get eight years of Trump. Remember during the media frenzy of the next four years all the reasons Hillary Clinton lost to Trump. Before attacking Trump, Democrats attacked Bernie Sanders. Now we have President Trump, when we could have had President Sanders. Blame Democrats, not Vladimir Putin or WikiLeaks for the DNC cheating Bernie and rallying around a candidate under FBI criminal investigation. H. A. Goodman is the creator of and the thoughts above are inspired by his new publication.
  13. Melania sues Mail Online a third time for claiming she was an escort Melania Trump filed her third defamation suit against the Mail Online over an August 2016 article that accused her of having once been a prostitute, arguing for the first time that it ruined her “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to cash in on the presidency. ”Mail Online’s conduct was extreme and outrageous in falsely making the scurrilous charge that the future First Lady of the United States worked as a prostitute,” reads the Manhattan Supreme Court suit, filed Monday by her lawyer Charles Harder, who won Hulk Hogan a $140 million verdict against Gawker in a Florida case financed by billionaire Trump supporter Peter Thiel. ”Plaintiff had the unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, as an extremely famous and well-known person…to launch a broad-based commercial brand in multiple product categories, each of which could have garnered multi-million dollar business relationships for a multi-year term during which plaintiff is one of the most photographed women in the world,” the Manhattan suit says. “These product categories would have included, among other things, apparel, accessories, shoes, jewelry, cosmetics, hair care, skin care and fragrance,” according to the $150 million filing. “The [statements] also constitute defamation per se because they impugned on her fitness to perform her duties as First Lady of the United States,” the suit alleges. The suit comes just three days after a Maryland judge tossed a similar claim against the Mail Online for jurisdictional reason. The suit is still pending against a local blogger who wrote a similar story. Mrs. Trump also sued the Daily Mail newspaper, in U.K., over a version of the article which ran in print. The Mail Online’s website is headquartered in New York. The Aug. 19, 2016 article, “Naked photoshoots, and troubling questions about visas that won’t go away: The VERY racy past of Donald Trump’s Slovenian wife” was read by millions of people, the Manhattan suit says. The article was retracted. It claimed that the future First Lady masqueraded as a model in New York in the 1990s, when she really worked for an escort agency that catered to wealthy men. The story said the women carried two “composite cards”– one with measurements and agency details and another that “stated whether they prefer the older men and described their abilities in the bedroom.” The claims are “completely false” and Mrs. Trump never worked in the “sex business,” the suit says. “As a result of defendant’s publication of defamatory statements about plaintiff, plaintiff’s brand has lost significant value, and major business opportunities that were otherwise available to her have been lost and/or significantly impacted,” the suit says. She is represented by Charles Harder, the same attorney who won Hulk Hogan a $140 million verdict against Gawker in a Florida case financed by billionaire Trump supporter Peter Thiel. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
  14. What for?? Are they planning to secede from the union again??