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On cue Iraqis attack pershmurga in bid to take kirkuk and shut down kurdistan

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Pesgmerga is Syria I'm pretty sure, not Iraq
kuds proxy of usa getting attackrd by corrupt iraqis, wat is happnin hier
slaves fighting each other, but which one of the two could be a menace to zion interests?
kurds could one day turn their back but iraqis could be already trying to do it already
kurds started it? fake news or truth?
how will iran saudis and assad react? could iraq stand up by the help of iran and assad? fuck some kurds up?
one thing is certain, turkey is gonna get in trouble
Pretty much. This is what we said would happen when the liberals wanted to cuck and run.
is kurdish, not Syrian. read more before tallking about things you haven't read about.
Some people there liked ISIS...why? open borders, the return to the world stage, nonsense worldview, uncertainty in the face of modernisation. Vice News did a great behind the lines of ISIS series.

That being said, don't be surprised if Iraq's Sunni PM appropriate many of this issues for his own. How? by tying themselves to the Turks and Iranians. By showing dominance of minority ethnic groups (the Other!)

The Kurds want freedom, autonomy and McDonalds. I hope Donald bets on the Kurds.

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Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park was evacuated Saturday due to the discovery of a suspicious item on the site during the battlefield’s anniversary weekend.
The Virginia State Police Bomb Squad rendered the device safe, but according to the release, K9 units continued to search the battlefield.
The Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation announced earlier this week that it had received a letter threatening bodily harm to attendants of the re-enactment. As a result, security was increased.

Personally, I think it was ANTIFA or BLM. Nobody else hates history this much to want to try to kill people.
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There's no way pipe bombs are historically accurate, re-enactors everywhere are going to be out for blood when word of this gets around.
Although all they fire are blanks on the field, the rifles themselves are very real and steel bayonets are intimidating as fuck. I don't think ANTIFA would try something direct, they'd have to do something sneaky like this.
>Although all they fire are blanks on the field, the rifles themselves are very real and steel bayonets are intimidating as fuck

Is this what obese middle aged cosplayers with bad knees sit around and tell themselves at night after the reenactment?
I'm none of those things, and yeah. Although we only load the powder during the events, the weapons are all capable of live fire, and the bayonets you get from Regimental Quartermaster are just as deadly as the real thing.
(We use rubber ones in melees, but steel ones are practically ubiquitous, and don't get me started on all the scary shit the rebels carry, arkansas toothpicks, big D-guard bowie knives, belt knives, tomahawks.)

Anyway, ANTIFA seems to think I'm right. They threatened to muck up the Gettysburg event this past summer, and the reaction from all the participants, the national park service, and a bunch of hicks with ARs must have made them back down, because none of them even showed up.
What -doesn't- the media have anything to do with when it comes to partisan violence in this country? They got all these punk rockers thinking Trump is an actual Nazi, now they're trying to hurt people.

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A House panel ... rejected multiple efforts by Democrats to eliminate a budget amendment that has frozen nearly all government research into gun violence for 17 years.

During a markup of next year’s health spending bill, Republicans blocked two amendments that would have allowed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to study gun-related deaths. Neither had a recorded vote.

Eliminating the provision has become a priority for Democrats since the ... attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., that killed 49 people ...

The provision, known as the Dickey Amendment for former Rep. Jay Dickey (R-Ark.), was first enacted in 1996 after groups including the National Rifle Association (NRA) accused federal agencies of trying to advance gun control.

The amendments came from leading Democrats on the House Appropriations Committee, Reps. Rosa DeLauro (Conn.) and Nita Lowey (N.Y.). Both lawmakers mentioned that the bill’s namesake has since urged Congress to repeal the language.

“Congressman Dickey has made it clear that the Second Amendment is not threatened by science,” Lowey, the top Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee, said. “All I’m saying is, let’s do what the original author of this language advises.”

Only one current Republican lawmaker is on record in support of repealing the language. Rep. Bob Dold (R-Ill.), who is among the most endangered House lawmakers this cycle, quietly signed a letter last December from several medical groups that urged GOP leadership to make the change.

The 1997 budget amendment specifically prohibits federal funds “to advocate or promote gun control,” which researchers say has had a chilling effect.

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Did he have 40 pairs of arms to shoot them all or some kind of telekinesis?
I'm trying to figure out what's the problem with having a shitload of guns.
Didn't Obama bypass this with an executive order? And the only articles that even talk about that study are sites like guns and ammo.

Keeping Democrats arguing for gun control could actually help Republicans in 2018.
He quoted it word for word

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An Atlanta mother accused of killing her two young sons put them in an oven and turned it on, according to an arrest warrant.

Authorities said that Lamora Williams called police Friday night, Oct. 13, and said her children were dead.

Authorities arrived and found the bodies of 1-year-old son Ja’Karter Penn and 2-year-old Ke-Yaunte Penn.

A third boy, 3-year-old Jameel Penn Jr., was also found. He was unharmed.

The father of all three children, Jameel Penn, says Williams called him to tell him that his children were dead.

The mother told police that she left the three children with her cousin for nearly 12 hours. When police arrived, the cousin was nowhere to be found. Authorities now believe that Williams left the children home alone.

According to the arrest warrant, the crimes happened between midnight Oct. 12 and 11 p.m. Oct. 13 -- a span of nearly two days.

Williams is charged with two counts of murder as well as cruelty to children in the first degree. She waived her first court appearance on Monday and was denied bond.

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And of course it's a nigger
>Around the time of the civil rights movement

The victims were one and two years old. The suspect had no experience with the civil rights movement. The strict is likely three generations removed from the civil rights movement. Don't make excuses for people.
>I jump to emotional responses: the post
He's explaining the origin. It's not difficult to assume the trend has continued to this day
Looks more white than black.
Got those beady anglo looking eyes.
That's the look of a woman who's had enough of her kids shit

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Nature just burnt my house to the ground, im homeless, and i have no possessions. What do?
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Someone is burning the pot farms and the independent wineries. Probably with cutting edge technology...

Its not too hard to follow that trail...

Now, if they don't like how things are going, such as citizen referendums or witnesses to their crimes or independent businesses... they just torch it, shoot it up or suicide it...

That is where we are, now.
I’m glad you are alive dude and I’m sorry for your loss of property.
I am a fire volunteer from San Bernardino county.
In all the fires I helped in I’ve never seen anything like this. You are lucky OP
>I am a fire volunteer from San Bernardino county.
You get internet in prison?
Don't give a dime of Federal funding to these cucks until they drop the sanctuary nonsense.

A US-backed alliance of Syrian fighters says it has taken full control of Raqqa, ending three years of rule in the city by so-called Islamic State.

read more here => http://skamason.com/3CVB
>skam a son .com
no thanx
Trump was right.

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President Donald Trump wrote online Tuesday morning that he plans to take unilateral steps to reform the nation’s healthcare system, hinting at signing an executive order without clarifying what that order might be.
“Since Congress can't get its act together on HealthCare, I will be using the power of the pen to give great HealthCare to many people – FAST,” Trump wrote on Twitter Tuesday morning.
The president did not immediately indicate what specific changes he plans to order to the nation’s healthcare system, although he has suggested in recent weeks that an executive order allowing Americans to purchase health insurance across state lines would be forthcoming. Clarity on a timeline for those changes, beyond that they will happen “fast,” was also not immediately offered by the president.

Trump has been vocal about his frustration with Congress’s inability to pass legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, a campaign promise that the president and his fellow Republicans ran on. A bill to do so narrowly cleared the House last spring, but the GOP effort sputtered and stalled in the Senate, where the Republican majority is much thinner.
In an interview with Forbes published Tuesday morning, Trump reiterated his position that Obamacare is "a total mess" and insisted that while the healthcare law is now his responsibility, blame for its struggles fall entirely at the feet of his predecessor. "Obamacare is Obama's fault. It's never going to be our fault," Trump said.
"What we're doing is trying to keep it afloat, because it's failing," the president said. "I mean the insurance companies are fleeing and have fled. They fled before I got here. But with that being said, no, Obamacare is Obama's fault. It's nobody else's fault."

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Don't know how that makes a difference
Funny how when Obama did it the hate America left was happy.

Well what goes around comes around
It always was failing, we're just trying to stop the bleeding.
The gop had no hand in Obamacare this is a Democrat failure as we said
One is allowing elected body of Representatives to give their approval, the other is called "steamrolling" your adgenda

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Sprott CEO Peter Grosskopf says the company’s board will be asked to demand Marc Faber’s resignation as director immediately, following the publication of a report in which Faber makes racist claims, Bloomberg News's Danielle Bochove reports.

The company will speak to Faber to ensure no "mistake" was made but expects to push for his resignation immediately.

Grosskopf said the company was "deeply disappointed" and shocked by Faber's comments: "We take pride in the fact that we are a global organization with a racially inclusive employee, client and investment base. Our policies in that regard are crystal clear and well known. As such these comments and thinking are completely unacceptable and we will be taking immediate steps to distance ourselves from Mr. Faber and request his resignation from our board."

Faber wrote in his investor letter this month that "the U.S. would look like Zimbabwe" if it had been settled by black people instead of whites.

I love this new world. Saying something that everyone knows is a giant taboo when a protected group doesn't get its ass kissed.
>I'm not a racist but...


>implying there's anything wrong with firing an employee that is risking offending a substantial part of your employee base as well as your customer base

It's basic economics, don't shit where you sleep.I wouldn't expect a /pol/tard to grasp such rudimentary concepts though.

With the deadly flames of the Tubbs Fire bearing down on his property, Roland Tembo Hendel knew it was time to round up his family, dogs and cats flee.

But there simply was no room for the family’s flock of goats.

“By 11:10 we could see the first of the flames across the valley,” he wrote on his Facebook page. “By 11:15 they were growing larger and the winds went mad. We had loaded up the dogs and cats, but Odin, our stubborn and fearless Great Pyrenees would not leave the goats.”

Odin — living up to the Norse god he is named after — would not abandon the flock.

So the family reluctantly and with heavy hearts, watched Odin was they were departing, hoping they would see him again but knowing it was likely he would not survive.

“Even under the best of circumstances it is nearly impossible to separate Odin from the goats after nightfall when he takes over the close watch from his sister Tessa,” Hendel wrote. “I made a decision to leave him, and I doubt I could have made him come with us if I tried.”

The escape proved harrowing as the fire erupted along Mark West Springs Road. The journey through the flames would prove deadly for one of Hendel’s neighbors — Lynne Powell — but his family finally reached safety.

“Cars behind us on Mark West Springs Road were pouring flames out of the windows as they roared down the road,” he wrote on Facebook. “Later that morning when we had outrun the fires I cried, sure that I had sentenced Odie to death, along with our precious family of bottle-raised goats.”

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Santa Rosa anon here, anybody who can help with donations, please do so.

Google the Coffey Park area and take a look at literally Armageddon. It looks like Dresden, it looks like a firebomb went off in a neighborhood. It's a chilling precursor to what WW3 will look like when suburban neighborhoods are leveled.

Thank you anyone who has already helped.
>It looks like Dresden
>Do it again!

Just kidding. Glad you're still alive.
Not giving you hand outs though.
Wouldn't want to create dependency. :^)
great pyrenees are the shit, nearly got one for myself but a cat ended up killing the whole litter. seriously, fuck cats.
Good doggo
I have two shepherds, too. They're so damn smart and diligent it's incredible.

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exxon developed shale technology, Tesla electric car (i know terrible example), I could see a T boone pickens figure, buy all of texas then cool earth to increase property value
>why isn't saving the world profitable. the market will demand this. We are rational actors after all.
Was this sarcasm? We're not rational actors. Half the country is still too stupid to understand global warming, and that half includes the current POTUS. We've tried the free market approach and it doesn't work
Trump sure seems an awful lot smarter when people assume all the thinking he must be doing for him.
trolling the 'science' of economics thats all. I love inductive tautology wrapped around false axiom gets me hard
No shit you remember, it was only two years ago.


Almost one month after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, technology firms like Tesla are stepping in to fill the relief-effort void that many say President Donald Trump has created.
Following through with a pledge by Elon Musk that his company could solve Puerto Rico’s energy crisis with solar panels and batteries, Tesla Powerwall battery packs were spotted at San Juan airport on the island over the weekend
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>the next thing you know the corporation is the nation

It already happened. Or did you forget the (((corporations))) who decided to boycott North Carolina because conservatives in the state capital issued legislation in response to Charlotte declaring "trannies can use whichever bathroom or locker room they want."
trump bought 2 fucking nuclear submarines and connected them to the grid.
musk must think puerto rico is a hand calculator or something
>trump bought 2 fucking nuclear submarines and connected them to the grid.
No he didn't
He wired them personally.

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>"The Republican Party is racking up record amounts of small dollar donations - fueled by Trump supporters....." @nypost Thank you!

>Must-read @WSJ: "A #JonesAct Head Fake on #PuertoRico"

>A Jones Act Head Fake on Puerto Rico
>Will Trump side with the swamp to raise rebuilding costs?
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>There's a hospital ship waiting for sick Puerto Ricans -- but no one knows how to get on it.


>San Juan, Puerto Rico (CNN)

>Sammy Rolon is living in a makeshift clinic set up at a school. He has cerebral palsy and epilepsy and is bedridden. He's waiting for surgery that was scheduled before Hurricane Maria smashed into Puerto Rico. Now, he can't even get the oxygen he needs.

>There is help available for the 18-year-old -- right offshore. A floating state-of-the-art hospital, the USNS Comfort, could provide critical care, his doctor says.

>But nobody knows how to get him there. And Sammy is not alone.

>Clinics that are overwhelmed with patients and staff say they don't even know how to begin sending cases to the ship. Doctors say there's a rumor that patients have to be admitted to a central hospital before they can be transferred to the Comfort. Only 33 of the 250 beds on the Comfort -- 13% -- are being used, nearly two weeks after the ship arrived.
Et tu dogshit
>Puerto Rico raises Hurricane Maria death toll to 48


>Ducks perch on the branch of a tree next to a home destroyed by Hurricane Maria in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017. President Donald Trump lashed out at hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico on Thursday, insisting in tweets that the federal government canât keep sending help âforeverâ and suggesting the U.S. territory was to blame for its financial struggles. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa) (Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

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All Harvey did was get a bunch of dumb sluts to whore themselves out for a chance at being a celebrity

Clinton is directly responsible for the deaths of hundreds
filthy tainted money
the starving aids orphans shouldn't want it
less then 10% goes to charity
>less then 10% goes to charity
Learn that from The Art of the Deal?
Make sure you donate generously to the Trump Foundation.
you sound butthurt

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>EXCLUSIVE: We wont give back a cent of Harvey Weinsteins tainted $250,000 says the Clinton Foundation - weve spent accused rapists every cent claims group run by Bill and Chelsea

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Wonder why G dubbya and bill weren't included?
Board should be called /FakeNews/
Since they used O'Reilly's 7 why not weinstein's 40?
Man, how nice it would be to have so much money to consider the source of a donation as "tainted." If someone gave me money as a gift I wouldn't care if it was from a drug dealer, homeless, or from Canada, that shit is mine the moment the money changes hands.
>or from Canada
As if Canada would ever give you money.

I know man you can't make this shit up.

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Before the Obama administration approved a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium, the FBI had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States, according to government documents and interviews.

Federal agents used a confidential U.S. witness working inside the Russian nuclear industry to gather extensive financial records, make secret recordings and intercept emails as early as 2009 that showed Moscow had compromised an American uranium trucking firm with bribes and kickbacks in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, FBI and court documents show.
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In evidentiary affidavits signed in 2014 and 2015, an Energy Department agent assigned to assist the FBI in the case testified that Mikerin supervised a “racketeering scheme” that involved extortion, bribery, money laundering and kickbacks that were both directed by and provided benefit to more senior officials back in Russia.

“As part of the scheme, Mikerin, with the consent of higher level officials at TENEX and Rosatom (both Russian state-owned entities) would offer no-bid contracts to US businesses in exchange for kickbacks in the form of money payments made to some offshore banks accounts,” Agent David Garden testified.

“Mikerin apparently then shared the proceeds with other co-conspirators associated with TENEX in Russia and elsewhere,” the agent added.

The investigation was ultimately supervised by then-U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, an Obama appointee who now serves as President Trump’s deputy attorney general, and then-Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe, now the deputy FBI director under Trump, Justice Department documents show.

Both men now play a key role in the current investigation into possible, but still unproven collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election. McCabe is under congressional and Justice Department inspector general investigation in connection with money his wife’s Virginia state Senate campaign accepted in 2015 from now-Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe at a time when McAuliffe was reportedly under investigation by the FBI.

The connections to the current Russia case are many. The Mikerin probe began in 2009 when Robert Mueller, now the special counsel in charge of the Trump case, was still FBI director. And it ended in late 2015 under the direction of then-FBI Director James Comey, who Trump fired earlier this year.
Its many twist and turns aside, the FBI nuclear industry case proved a gold mine, in part because it uncovered a new Russian money laundering apparatus that routed bribe and kickback payments through financial instruments in Cyprus, Latvia and Seychelles. A Russian financier in New Jersey was among those arrested for the money laundering, court records show.

The case also exposed a serious national security breach: Mikerin had given a contract to an American trucking firm called Transport Logistics International that held the sensitive job of transporting Russia’s uranium around the United States in return for more than $2 million in kickbacks from some of its executives, court records show.

One of Mikerin’s former employees told the FBI that Tenex officials in Russia specifically directed the scheme to “allow for padded pricing to include kickbacks,” agents testified in one court filing.

Bringing down a major Russian nuclear corruption scheme that had both compromised a sensitive uranium transportation asset inside the U.S. and facilitated international money laundering would seem a major feather in any law enforcement agency’s cap.

But the Justice Department and FBI took little credit in 2014 when Mikerin, the Russian financier and the trucking firm executives were arrested and charged.

The only public statement occurred an entire year later when the Justice Department put out a little-noticed press release in August 2015, just days before Labor Day. The release noted that the various defendants had reached plea deals.
By that time, the criminal cases against Mikerin had been narrowed to a single charge of money laundering for a scheme that officials admitted stretched from 2004 to 2014. And though agents had evidence of criminal wrongdoing they collected since at least 2009, federal prosecutors only cited in the plea agreement a handful of transactions that occurred in 2011 and 2012, well after the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States’s approval.

The final court case also made no mention of any connection to the influence peddling conversations the FBI undercover informant witnessed about the Russian nuclear officials trying to ingratiate themselves with the Clintons even though agents had gathered documents showing the transmission of millions of dollars from Russia’s nuclear industry to an American entity that had provided assistance to Bill Clinton’s foundation, sources confirmed to The Hill.

The lack of fanfare left many key players in Washington with no inkling that a major Russian nuclear corruption scheme with serious national security implications had been uncovered.

On Dec. 15, 2015, the Justice Department put out a release stating that Mikerin, “a former Russian official residing in Maryland was sentenced today to 48 months in prison” and ordered to forfeit more than $2.1 million.

Ronald Hosko, who served as the assistant FBI director in charge of criminal cases when the investigation was underway, told The Hill he did not recall ever being briefed about Mikerin’s case by the counterintelligence side of the bureau despite the criminal charges that were being lodged.
“I had no idea this case was being conducted,” a surprised Hosko said in an interview.

Likewise, major congressional figures were also kept in the dark.

Former Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), who chaired the House Intelligence Committee during the time the FBI probe was being conducted, told The Hill that he had never been told anything about the Russian nuclear corruption case even though many fellow lawmakers had serious concerns about the Obama administration’s approval of the Uranium One deal.

“Not providing information on a corruption scheme before the Russian uranium deal was approved by U.S. regulators and engage appropriate congressional committees has served to undermine U.S. national security interests by the very people charged with protecting them,” he said. “The Russian efforts to manipulate our American political enterprise is breathtaking.”

>This is followed by pdfs of some of the documents cited in the article and some gay ass targeted content for middle age housewives that spend 25 hours a day on facebook
>Robert Mueller was well aware of the details of uranium one as well as previous nuclear deals bribery, kickbacks and extortion rackets
>Is currently investigating russian meddling in US affairs

We are going to drain the swamp and Mueller is going to pull the cork

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