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https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/for-pruitt-gaining-trumps-favor--and-keeping-it--came-through-fierce-allegiance/2018/06/16/84025ccc-6fe2-11e8-bd50-b80389a4e569_story.html

http://archive.is/6kPm5
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>>260514
>http://archive.is/6kPm5
wft!
these don't work for wapo anymore?
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>>260518

No. They got rid of because people were using older articles to call out journalists for force reporting. They aren't the first though. I think NPR doesn't allow archiving anymore.
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>>260520
>because
proof?
that sounds like fake news tbh

http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2018/06/16/laredo-sector-agents-apprehend-more-bangladeshi-brazilian-migrants-near-border/

But Muh "sepurrated familalaies"!

>Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents arrested eight more Bangladeshi nationals after they illegally crossed the border into Texas. This brings the total number of Bangladeshi nationals arrested this fiscal year in the Laredo Sector alone to 322. Agents in this sector also arrested five Brazilian nationals following a vehicle pursuit and bailout.
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How manys a brazillian again?
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A Brazilian migrants? Wow!

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Say something nice for the poor girl /news/

Also this

>AMSTERDAM (AP) — The Amsterdam museum dedicated to Anne Frank's life launched a virtual reality tour of the cramped quarters where the Jewish diarist and her family hid from Nazis during World War II, marking what would have been her 89th birthday Tuesday.
>The Anne Frank House said the 25-minute tour means people won't have to visit the museum to see the annex where the Franks and four other Jews hid from July 1942 until they were discovered in August 1944 and deported to concentration camps.
>Anne Frank House Executive Director Ronald Leopold said the tour "offers an immersive experience" of the rooms hidden behind an Amsterdam canal-side house where Anne wrote her diary.
>Only Anne's father, Otto Frank, survived the war. Anne and her sister died in Bergen-Belsen camp. Anne was 15.
>After the war, Otto Frank had his daughter's diary published, and it went on to become a symbol of hope and resilience that has been translated into dozens of languages.
>The new virtual tour is free and can be downloaded in seven languages from the Oculus Store for Samsung Gear and Oculus Go headsets.
>People with restricted mobility who visit the Amsterdam museum but cannot tour the small rooms will now be able to experience them in virtual reality. The VR experience will be rolled out to Anne Frank centers in Berlin and New York later this year, the museum said.

https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Anne-Frank-House-museum-unveils-virtual-reality-12987208.php
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She's probably been reborn by now so it'd be weird to wish an ex-her a happy birthday.
>>260347
>stop taking redpills as it's just going to turn you into a schizoid.
yeah, let's not question anything. that's a much better design for life.
Not questioning the poor girl's trials or anything, but it's stupid advice to just tell people to swallow whatever gets put in front of their face.
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>>260353
Yes, but question your pills most of all. Otherwise you'll end up like Roseanne Barr, parroting /pol/'s conspiracy about how George Soros was a nazi sympathiser during WW2, personally escorting Jews to the concentration camps... Not realizing he was about 12 at the time.

And really, question anything that sounds like it fits your ideals - those are the lies we tend to accept as fact most readily.
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When will /his/'s pregnant Anne Frank obsession be deemed /news/worthy?

https://imgur.com/a/02iHqB5

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcdGAszOO9s
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>>260347
There are legit questions surrounding if she was even a real person.
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>>260488
like what?

http://www.breitbart.com/jerusalem/2018/06/15/reports-hamas-preps-5000-terror-kites-to-mark-end-of-ramadan/

The Times of Israel reports: Hamas on Thursday threatened to send 5,000 fire kites and balloons deep into Israeli territory on Friday, when the Gaza border will see another of the weekly “March of Return” mass protests, Palestinian and Israeli media reported.
The Palestinian terror group, the de facto ruler in the Strip, said at a press conference that the incendiary devices will be launched from various locations in Gaza during the protest, which will also mark the first day of the Eid al-Fitr Muslim holiday.

Hamas’s “kite unit” said that if Jerusalem “doesn’t make use of the opportunity we are giving it” to end the Gaza siege, Israeli communities near the enclave would “live under a siege of kites,” which it claimed would reach a range of 40 kilometers inside Israel.
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>>260251
>Hamas sends out thousands of terror kites simultaneously
>Israel flies a bunch of low flying jets over Palestine
>kites all fall back onto themselves
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problem is it's a desert not California, almost all the kites will burn themselves out without hitting a vulnerable target.
if they had access to drones dumping thermite on military gas and explosives storage might work and be a politically valid target.
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>>260260
>>260293

Its better than anything the liberal media spews.
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>>260487
I guess if you like misinformation
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>>260336
i'd say 1200x times that might work

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A taxi drove into a crowd of people in central Moscow on Saturday, injuring eight people including some Mexicans who are in the city for the soccer World Cup, Russian officials and an eyewitness said.


Interfax news agency cited a source as saying that the driver was drunk at the time of the incident, which occurred near Red Square. Eight people have sought medical assistance, the Moscow police said.


Moscow's traffic management authority said the taxi driver had a driver's license issued in Kyrgyzstan, a mainly Muslim ex-Soviet republic. The authority cited the driver as saying he had not driven into the crowd on purpose.


A witness at the scene told Reuters that some of the people hit were wearing Mexican team colors. The same witness said that the driver tried to flee the scene but was apprehended by police. (YNet/Reuters)
https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5288997,00.html
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accord to russian police he is neither muslim nor drunken. the car was old and he lost control of it.
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>>260464
>Israeli news service
>Reports Arab up to no good
>Does check facts
>Spreads shit story

According to police, the guy lost control of his vehicle and the incident of not terror related.
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>>260473
>oops
*does not check facts
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>>260469
State police probably minimized a injures. I'm still looking foward about the religion- dominated immamence.
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>>260464
In Soviet Russia, taxi takes you.

> Obligatory

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"He speaks and his people stand up in attention. I want my people to do the same. "

After President Donald Trump heaped lavish praise on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s intellect and personality earlier this week following their historic summit, he raised more eyebrows on Friday by suggesting that he wanted Americans to defer to him the same way North Koreans do to Kim.

“He’s the head of a country, and I mean, he’s the strong head, don’t let anyone think anything different,” Trump said during an interview on Fox & Friends. “He speaks and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same.”

When asked whether Kim could be a guest at the White House soon, Trump said, “I think it’s something that could happen.” He also seemed to tout Kim’s firing of multiple generals shortly before their meeting. “I think he fired at least [three generals],” Trump said.

These comments are the latest in a series of compliments Trump has given Kim in the wake of the summit between the two leaders on Tuesday. Trump had even joked during the summit that an anchor on North Korean state television, which broadcasts propaganda on behalf of Kim, praised Kim even more generously than Fox News did for Trump, according to Washington Post reporting.

Later on Friday morning, Trump clarified that he was only joking when he said that Americans should “sit up at attention” for him the same way North Koreans do for Kim. “I’m kidding. You don’t understand sarcasm,” he told reporters.

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2018/6/15/17467644/trump-kim-summit-fox-news
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>Later on Friday morning, Trump clarified that he was only joking
Bullshit he was.

>>260401
He's got dictator envy, he thought he could be like Nixon and use the power of the state to settle old scores and wipe out his enemies. It's why he loves people like Kim, Putin and that thug from turkey who's people attacked US citizens when they were at the capital.
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will be come more communist than ever before.
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Surely impeachment will follow soon after this grave crime against humanity.
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dupe of >>260387
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please do not link unreputable hatefilled vox yellow paper.

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LMFAOOOOOOOOO
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>>259454
Grand coming from someone who lacks them.
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>>259330
Land of the free.
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>be rich
>can do what ever you want
>decide to do drugs for some reason instead of picking up surfing or baking
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>>259323
Other than the whole heart blowing up on you. It's great
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>>260380
i understand tbh. how the hell do you set yourself apart and push your own boundaries if you can do literally anything as easily as swiping a credit card? of course they end up doing stupid shit just for the hell of it.

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The next edition of the Miss America pageant will scrap swimsuits and will be more inclusive to women of all sizes, the contest announced Tuesday.

Gretchen Carlson, the chairwoman of the Miss America board of directors, announced on "Good Morning America" that the event will no longer feature a swimsuit portion.
Miss America will be a competition, not a pageant, Carlson said on the show Tuesday.
"We will no longer judge our candidates on their outward physical appearance. That's huge," she said.
Carlson also said the new Miss America competition will be more inclusive to women of "all shapes and sizes."
The official Miss America Twitter account tweeted a short video of a white bikini going up in a puff of smoke with the hashtag #byebyebikini.

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/06/05/us/miss-america-swimsuit-trnd/index.html
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>>257230
mfw there are literally more women watching this show for the sake of seeing pretty women they can look up to. Wtf is going on with this world. The sjw's aren't for equal rights at all. They want to destroy the image of what it is to be both man and woman.
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>>257234
By asking her predictable questions which she will then recite a canned answer
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>>257230
Thing is that fat people tend to be lazy and selfish. Which isn't something Miss America should be
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...lol

I can't wait to see the butthurt """experts""" on various news outlets complaining about how the record low ratings are the patriarchy.
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>>260420
if the girls get uglier it would make sense for ratings to drop as men quit watching.

https://www.uscybersecurity.net/gender-gap-cybersecurity/

There are multiple reports of discrimination within prominent Cybersecurity companies as the environment tends to be more male oriented. Because of this, women can feel isolated within the industry. Thoughts?
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>>260022
If you wanted to use an something to support your point, Africa is probably the worse example you could have possibly used.
Like holy shit
are you just not aware of all the wars and genocides that occurred on just ethnic lines there?
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>>260022
That's actually the case, niggers are plenty racist against each other. Just look up the rwanda genocide.
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weinstein's accusers sucked his dirty circumsized dick to get ahead and now they want to play the victim despite earning several times more than a neurosurgeon would in a lifetime for something far less traumatic than frontline soldiers go through

sorry but IDGAF
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>>259667
>Cybersecurity companies as the environment tends to be more male oriented

it takes long hours, dedication to improve your tech skills, or you could choose a typical easier female dominated career path. Stop whining.
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Good, women should stay out of Cybersecurity companies they would do a horrible job. Probably would spy on men and gather private info to use against them.

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>mars opportunity rover
>designed to last 90 days
>still alive after 15 years
>massive dust storm arrives with little warning
>not the first, but the worst
>uses solar panels to produce power and heat
>storm opacity twice that ever experienced
>in minimal operations mode, bravely trying to survive
>sends weak signal back to Earth.
>I'm still here! I'm a good Rover!
>getting dark, getting cold ...
Don't give up, Oppy! We believe in you!

https://www.engadget.com/2018/06/11/mars-opportunity-rover-minimal-power-mode-dust-storm/
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>>259404
Yeah, its not like they have compressed air to clean the panels or anything
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>>260041
That is if the battery arent frozen by then; the electricity is also used to keep the battery worm or cold
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Oppy please, I fucking love you more than our whole planet
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>>260348
One can hope... or even better they gain sentience and begin to create a robotic civilization on Mars
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take my energy Oppy! Stay strong and do you best!

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https://nypost.com/2018/06/07/poo-jogger-out-of-corporate-gig-after-residents-make-big-stink/

His career went down the toilet.

Andrew Douglas Macintosh — an Australian corporate bigwig dubbed the “poo jogger” — has relieved himself of his duties after being caught with his pants down, news.com.au reported.

The feces fiend made more than 30 deposits outside an apartment complex in the Greenslopes neighborhood of Brisbane, according to media reports.

Fed-up residents tracking Macintosh’s regular movements could take no more crap — so they set up a sting operation to catch him in flagrante delicto.

“One of the neighbors set up a night camera and got a few images and so we had a time he was doing it, so then I decided to go and wait with a camera and I was there a few mornings and then last Friday I got him,” neighbor Steve Smith told news.com.au.

“There’s a red light which goes on before the camera’s flash goes off and he saw that and looked at me as the photograph was taken,” he said. “Then he just said, ‘Hello.’ At that point I decided to just walk away.”

Macintosh was charged with a single count of public nuisance.

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>>260023
>now this is shitposting
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Poo in loo, motherfucker.

POO
IN
LOO
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>>259699
But why?
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>>260060

POO
O
O
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So what about the woman who was poking in front of some one's yard every morning when she jogged? Haven't heard anything new about that.

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A Muslim professor at the University of Connecticut aggravated numerous students last year by requiring them to remove their shoes and say "Bismillah" ("in the name of Allah") before entering his office.
UConn told Campus Reform that it "immediately" instructed the professor to remove the sign instructing students to say "Bismillah," adding that the professor retired some time after the December 2017 video was recorded.

The University of Connecticut says a Muslim professor retired after students complained that he required them to remove their shoes and say “Bismillah” before entering his office.

Bismillah is an Arabic phrase meaning “in the name of Allah.”

Felix Coe, a professor of biology, had posted signs on the door to his office directing students to “REMOVE SHOES BEFORE ENTERING” and “KNOCK FIRST, THEN REQUEST ENTRY Say: Bismillah,” as depicted in a video released Tuesday by Jihad Watch.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYrImoAY-GM

The footage in the video was originally taken in December 2017, and also contains an audio clip, from an unspecified date, of Coe interacting with a student who saw that his door was open and was trying to ask about where another professor was.

“Get the hell out of here. I don’t want to see you,” Coe told the unidentified student after she asked him why she needed to remove her shoes to enter his office.


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“I want to know why these [signs] are necessary,” one of the men asks Coe. “Why would a student have to take their shoes off? Why would a student have to say [Bismillah]?”

“Because I am a Muslim and I don’t want them coming in my office with dirty shoes,” Coe stated.

“But this is your office, this is not a prayer [place],” the man tells Coe. “We have a separate place for a prayer.”

“If a Christian put in here ‘In Jesus’ name’...would this happen?” the man continues.

“UConn promptly resolved the issue in a manner that respects the rights of all involved, and affirms the University’s values of civility and inclusivity,” a UConn spokesperson told Campus Reform.

“Regarding this instance, the sign that had directed guests to precede their conversations with a specific Arabic phrase was immediately removed at the University’s direction,” the spokesperson stated.

“That particular faculty member has retired in the time since this video was taken last year,” the spokesperson added.
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>Campus Reform
Do you have a more neutral source that isn’t full of shit?
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>>260307
>a more neutral source that isn’t full of shit?
OP included a youtube video link that shows the footage of the professor and his office that the article was talking about
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Professor isn't even on the payroll anymore.

Old news.

Ukrainian nazis and terrorist organisation C14 with the poster "Judge the villains and not the heroes" blocked the way for the motorcade of the General Prosecutor of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko.

Thus, the right-wing radicals protested against the trial of suspects in the murder of the Kiev writer and journalist Oleksia Buzina.

"The nazis have just stopped the motorcade of the Prosecutor. They wanted to talk about manual justice over the heroes of the war Medvedko and Polishchuk (members of C14, who killed the write Buzina). But Lutsenko under protection escaped from dialogue with the people. Now we are going to the GPU for another meeting, "the Nazis commented on the video.

One of the defendants in the murder of Buzina Andrei Medvedko on his Facebook page expressed his gratitude to the radicals.

"It was a reaction of the nationalists to the actions of the prosecutor's office in the business of Buzina. When the motive of the crime is called participation in the volunteer movement and nationalism - volunteers and nationalists rebel. Because they understand that today they came for us, and tomorrow for them. I'm not involved in the planning or holding of this action, but I thank everyone who was not too lazy and left so early for Kiev. This is democracy, this is human rights. Begin repression? Each action causes opposition, "Medvedko wrote.

Both killers are actually walking free in and outside of Ukraine thank to ukrainian lawmkers, who got them scots free from prison and got new fake documents for them so they can travel EU and other countries.

https://www.politnavigator.net/nacisty-popytalis-vytashhit-iz-mashiny-genprokurora-ukrainy.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkDVRNJX_4M

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>>260183
>Russia shill

10 sheckel. you can do it better Sheckelstein.
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>>260206
whoever pays you to do this should spend an extra rouble or two on someone who can actually write in english.
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>>260208

i think you are miserable piece of ignorant gay shit. who whores himself to hate propaganda organizations. it goes good for you as long you are licking the right shoes and your master pays you.
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>>260324

Hahahaha holy shit

Could you possibly be more mad? Learn English, learn democracy, learn how much of an absolute goblin your leader is, and then neck yourself.
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>>260206
Three beets have been deposited in your beet cellar comrade.

https://abcnews.go.com/International/special-place-hell-trump-team-members-lash-canadas/story?id=55788432

ABC covers the president's tough talks with our 2nd largest trading partner and closest ally.
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>>260272
>don't get mad that your closest ally is turning on you
>instead you should go drink

Well fuck you too.
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>>260232
>What's left is too expensive to extract
source or baseless argument
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>>260195
>>260232
The main cost of producing Aluminium is not raw material. It's power. You need a lot eletricity to produce aluminium. In some country it can be up to 60% like Autralia of the total production cost. In Canada for exemple it goes to 40-45% of the cost.
Bauxite can easily be traded on the world market. You don't really need to extract it to be competitive in the aluminium market. But you can not easily get cheaper electricity price on the world market can you ?

>>260143
It's not all about sell and buy. It's mainly about the amount of consumers you have in your country.
If " shitholes " as you call them, would suddently have more money to buy different household items for exemple, their trade balance would drastically change. When the populace bearly have the money to buy food, you ain't gonna import a whole of cars and iphones or whatever luxury product. Basically the rich buys and the poors sells.
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>>260277
Source: We import nearly all our bauxlite: http://www.alcoa.com/global/en/what-we-do/bauxite/default.asp

If it's cheaper to mine it elsewhere and import it, then it's too expensive to extract.

>>260278
>The main cost of producing Aluminium is not raw material. It's power.
True, power is fairly cheap here, but it ain't the cheapest, and as we're a well to do nation, labor is expensive as fuck. (Save when it's illegal - even then, pricier than abroad.)

Still, if you raise the price of raw materials, it is gonna make the business less viable. There's already companies begging for exemptions for the companies they import from.

A good deal of the imports we take in are from our own companies, particularly true when it comes to China. Making us make that here would cut into profits no end, and have the same effect on the economy as raising the price of gas - everything costs more, and everyone's making less.

>>260278
>Basically the rich buys and the poors sells.

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>>260287
>True, power is fairly cheap here, but it ain't the cheapest
The only reason Canada is a producer of aluminium is bcs of all the hydroelectricity coming from the massive amount of rivers. It leads to cheap electricity deals. It is not bcs of cheap labors or cheaper deals on raw materials.
Raising tariffs makes everything aluminium based cost more. Wich leads to everyone having less money in their pockets, wich then leads to smaller trade deficit world wide.
The fact that Trump says having a negative trade deficit is bad isn't necassarly true.
>Rich nations do not want trading surpluses in parts and materials
Exactly. Agricultural protection makes more sense. You don't want to depend on another country to feed your people. You want to do it yourself as much as possible.

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-44498484
US President Donald Trump is to impose 25% tariffs on $50bn worth of Chinese goods, accusing Beijing of intellectual copyright theft.

Tariffs that affect more than 800 products worth $34bn in annual trade are due to come into effect on 6 July.

The White House said it would consult on tariffs on the other $16bn of products, and would apply these later.

China retaliated, saying it will impose an additional 25% tariff on 659 US goods worth $50bn.

The US had earlier warned that it will impose even more tariffs should China retaliate.

Mr Trump said the tariffs were "essential to preventing further unfair transfers of American technology and intellectual property to China, which will protect American jobs."

The Chinese product lines that have been hit range from aircraft tyres to turbines and commercial dishwashers.


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"If the US takes unilateral and protectionist measures that harm Chinese interests, we will respond immediately by taking the necessary decisions to safeguard our legitimate rights and interests," Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said earlier on Friday.

All trade talks between China and the US would be void if Washington imposed trade sanctions, he added.

Stock markets dropped in Europe and the US after the announcements with investors concerned about a possible trade war.

'Counter-productive'
The US wants China to stop practices that allegedly encourage transfer of intellectual property - design and product ideas - to Chinese companies, such as requirements that foreign firms share ownership with local partners to access the Chinese market.

However many economists and businesses in the US say the tariffs are likely to hurt some of the sectors the administration is trying to protect, which depend on China for parts or assembly.

Farmers are also worried about harm caused by retaliation.

Economists estimate that the tariffs will hurt GDP by less than half of a percentage point. But the measures could also lead to higher prices and job losses in some industries.
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Get me some popcorn and a federally-insured savings account, this gonna be good.
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The Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association, which represents car parts makers, called the tariffs "taxes that hurt U.S. companies, put jobs at risk, and negatively impact consumers."

Who is losing out from Trump's tariffs?
Is the Trump administration losing the China trade war?
Boat-makers, which are also facing higher costs due to US tariffs on steel and aluminium, will now be hit with tariffs on almost 300 parts, said the National Marine Manufacturers Association.

The organisation described the tariffs as "bad trade policies that are piling up on top of each other".

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned that the dispute could hurt business and consumer confidence.

IMF Director Christine Lagarde said Thursday that a trade war would lead to "losers on both sides" and could have a "serious" impact.

'Right on target'
The US announced plans for tariffs this spring, after an investigation into China's intellectual property practices.


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>>260304
The plans have elicited a mixed political reaction, drawing praise from Democrats and opposition from Republicans, who typically favour free trade policies.

Senator Chuck Schumer, a leading Democrat, said the president's actions were "on the money"

He said: "China is our real trade enemy, and their theft of intellectual property and their refusal to let our companies compete fairly threatens millions of future American jobs."

Republican Kevin Brady said it was "encouraging" that the administration had revised the initial list but urged the White House to further narrow the items subject to the tariffs.

He said: "My message has been consistent: we need to hit our target, which is China and its deceptive and harmful trading practices. But I am concerned that these new tariffs will instead hurt American manufacturers, farmers, workers, and consumers."



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