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What's the latest on North Korea? How likely do you think war is?

>NORTH Korea has threatened to reduce the US “to ashes” in a “merciless nuclear strike” as fears escalate over World War 3.

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/652350/North-Korea-news-US-war-latest-Trump-nuclear-strike-South-Korea-China-Russia?utm_source=traffic.outbrain&utm_medium=traffic.outbrain&utm_term=traffic.outbrain&utm_content=traffic.outbrain&utm_campaign=traffic.outbrain
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>>188427
why should he budget more money to them? They got all they deserve.
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>>188472
>Slowly it's starting to dawn on everyone that NK is stronger than anyone thought.
Thanks to Obama and Clinton.
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>>189087
And somehow not the one between the two?
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I wonder if the US-led coalition has enough prepositioned ammunition for the impending hyperwar / aerial campaign...
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>>188450

CRIPPLE FIGHT

New Hampshire investigators are looking into a disturbing incident with echoes from America’s racist past — an attack on an 8-year-old biracial boy that his family is calling an attempted lynching.

The boy survived the harrowing ordeal and was later treated for rope burns to his neck, and investigators are seeking to determine if he was the victim of a hate crime.

If the attack is deemed a hate crime or a civil rights violation, Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said in a statement that his office was "prepared to take any and all appropriate action."

The boy’s mother, Cassandra Merlin, said her son and his 11-year-old sister were out playing when a group of teenagers began taunting them with racial epithets, saying things like “white pride,” before stringing her son up with a rope from a tire swing and pushing him off a picnic table.

“They walked away and left him there hanging,” Merlin told the online publication The Root.

The boy was able to escape after swinging back and forth at least three times, the boy's grandmother, Lorrie Slattery, said in an interview with a local paper, The Valley News. “I think he had a guardian angel,” she said.

The incident occurred on Aug. 28 in Claremont, a small factory city of some 13,000 people that is overwhelmingly white.

Merlin said she went public after her son was treated at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase later confirmed that the incident was being investigated.

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So many Vlads today.
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There's near literally too many posts to reference, but to pretty much everyone in this thread:

80% of political views on the internet come from teenyboppers who can't legally vote yet. In fact, most of this board is comprised of them.

You can support a political party as well as possess radical views stemming from it regardless of whether the state or federal government considers you mentally cognizant enough to allow you to vote yet. I'd figure 4chan of all people would know that, luls
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>>188363
>"YOU CAN'T JUST ASSUME THEY WERE TRUMP SUPPORTERS"
>"They probably were though"

So you CAN assume.
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>>187554
>>187555
Samefag detected.
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>>179263

see
>>183612

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On Monday, Pezza Orthodontics posted to their Facebook page documenting a wild turkey that had broken into their reception room and perched itself on one of the chairs.

However, the Cranston, Rhode Island dentist's office made the best out of the bizarre and surprising situation.

They'll need to have one of their windows replaced as it got smashed by the bird during the break-in.

In the post, they say its just one of those strange things that can happen, and that no, they do not take turkeys as patients.

By the end of the day, the glass had been cleaned up and the room had been cleaned and disinfected. The office says it'll take 1 to 2 weeks to replace the window and apologize for any inconveniences to their patients.

http://www.fox25boston.com/news/wild-turkey-breaks-into-dentists-office-in-rhode-island/625689184

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Burglars target Las Vegas shooter's Reno home

RENO, Nev. — The Las Vegas shooter’s home in Northern Nevada was broken into over the weekend, police confirmed Tuesday.
Reno's Somersett neighborhood, part of a Del Webb retirement community, has been in the spotlight since Stephen Paddock opened fire Oct. 1 from the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay resort onto the crowd of concertgoers below, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds before killing himself. Paddock, 64, purchased the small tan and brown home in June 2013 and lived there with his girlfriend, Marilou Danley.
The break-in occurred through the front door, said Officer Tim Broadway of the Reno Police Department. Detectives do not yet know the number of suspects involved.
They also were not aware of anything taken or any damage, he said. The FBI, which was notified immediately, and Reno police are working to make sure no further incidents occur.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/10/10/las-vegas-shooter-reno-home/752243001/
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He fits perfectly to be an arms dealer. Whether for our govt or for himself. Somewhere I read (from a good source) he bought a certain him last week (hunting type rifle) .. it was NOT one of the guns recovered at the 3 locations. What does that tell you? And .. multiple gun dealers in multiple states knew him on a first name basis. Obviously a gambler, liked the risk vs reward, likes money, had no kids, nothing tying him down, he's safe because he's known at the casinos to be NOT CIA or FBI so he's clean & approachable .. has airplanes, already travels a lot .. perfect profile for a GUN DEALER!
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It does seem like the man used gambling as a cover for ill gotten gains. However, lots of videos and testimony give evidence of multiple shooters from multiple locations, some on the ground and moving. So, it's not just about his business, whatever it really was. I'd like to see bullet hole trajectory evidence personally.
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>>187316
>Even Assange tweeted that out almost as soon as it happened.
I suppose because he assumed it was going to be a Muslim terrorist, The tweet in question was a reference to times the FBI entrapped Muslims by making them think they were isis and coercing them to do things.
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>>187307
not sure what you mean by this, where you expecting him to be openly carrying the guns to his room, and not in briefcases?
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>>189051
tweeted after conspiracy established. he read /pol/

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Mike Pence traveled to the reddest district in Virginia Saturday to headline a rally for GOP gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie, where was he was greeted by a half-empty room.

Rally organizers had said they expected a turnout of about 1,200 people at the event in Washington County, VA, which Politico referred to as “one of the few politically safe regions of the state to bring a Trump administration official.”

But reality did not meet expectations.

In an embarrassing turn of events, only about 400 people showed up for the rally, which was held at the Washington County fairgrounds.

Photos from the event show Pence entering the stage to face the sparse audience.

Even high-energy music like Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” didn’t excite the low-energy crowd that turned out to see Pence.

Last November, 75 percent of Washington County residents voted for the Republican presidential ticket.

But less than one year later, voters in the deep-red district weren’t so excited to see Pence.

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>>188593
Admittedly this probably doesn't mean much about the administration. I think Pence is just not very popular in many states. He's a hard right robot, and his home state disapproves of him.

Nobody really likes puritan-types.
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>>188593

>Unironically posting shareblue fake news
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>>188593
> tiny crowd
It's always about size to you white people, isn't it?
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>>188739
>Nobody really likes puritan-types.
Not really pulling in a big party crowd.
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>>188665

And she lost... RIP Gill

http://nmpolitics.net/index/2017/10/a-prominent-political-leader-is-murdered-in-mexico/

Less than 0,3 miles from a military checkpoint, Ranferi Hernandez Acevedo, whose body was found in a burning vehicle with those of his wife Lucia Hernandez Dircio, 94-year-old mother-in-law Juana Dircio and chauffeur late Saturday on a rural Guerrero highway

http://nypost.com/2017/10/13/larry-flint-offers-10m-in-quest-to-impeach-trump/

>Porn king Larry Flynt is offering a $10 million reward for dirt on President Trump if the info gets him booted from the Oval Office, a new report said Friday.

>The creator of Hustler Magazine, whose porn empire also produces XXX-rated videos, offered the cash “for information leading to the impeachment and removal from office of Donald J. Trump,” according to a Flynt statement tweeted by Fox Business News reporter Liz Claman that was later retweeted by the 74-year-old Flynt.

>The pornographer-turned-First Amendment activist called Trump’s presidency “illegitimate,” and said that “after nine tumultuous months in office, Trump has proven that he’s dangerously unfit to exercise the extreme power accrued by our new ‘unitary executive,’” according to the statement.

>Flynt points to the president’s firing of James Comey, lukewarm rebuke of violent neo-Nazis who marched in Charlottesville, Va., “hundreds of bald-faced lies” and “complete ignorance of world affairs” as the purported reasons for his latest effort to meddle in politics.

Sounds a lot more enticing now, don't it?
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If $10M isn't enough, I offer a gaziquadtrillion dollars to sweeten the pot. Gosh, why isn't he impeached yet?
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>>188669
I'll match... enough now?
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>>188669
I'll add 6 cents to that
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>>188669
THE WALL OF MONEY JUST GOT 10 FEET HIGHER
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>>187796
are we supposed to care what a filthy, pervert, porn monger says about anything? that guy is not even human, he's just some growling monster in a wheel chair on some demonic quest to destroy women and a families. someone should kill larry flynt, much less impeach Trump. what a waste of space.

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The weapon has a handset for aiming, a back pack containing the power supply, a remote control and laser emitter, the developer Hongfeng, a company affiliated with China Aerospace Science & Industry Corporation (CASIC), told Chinese English-language newspaper The Global Times on Thursday.

The laser gun shoots faster and more accurately compared to conventional weapons and can hit targets within 200 meters in "just one second," said Yan Azhe, one of the gun engineers. Besides, it emits no sound or light when fired.
Among its other advantages is its inexpensive maintenance and easy use – the gun does not recoil. It might be specifically handy for the country's security forces.

The laser gun has already been exhibited at recent counter-terrorism drills in Central China's Hunan province. The exercises saw a number of other innovations, such as "a glove made of a special material to prevent the user from being cut or stabbed by metallic objects, a multi-functional shield to confuse terrorists with laser and noise and an electronic shock emitter."

https://sputniknews.com/science/201710131058210295-china-laser-gun/
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>>187767
>Besides, it emits no sound or light when fired.
i would tend to think emitting light might be a feature of a laser
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>>187744
Akchually, starwars blasters aren't lasers, they're plasma weapons
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>>187783
I'm pretty sure they mean visible light not. observable from anyone other than the target.
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>>187744
I'm thinking they mean there's some sort of targeting mechanism for the laser
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big if true

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-OBAMACARE BOMBSHELL: TRUMP KILLS KEY PAYMENTS TO HEALTH INSURERS
-'GOVERNMENT CANNOT LAWFULLY MAKE THE COST-SHARING REDUCTION PAYMENTS,' WHITE HOUSE CONCLUDES FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTAL CONSULTATIONS
-TRUMP TWEET: "THE DEMOCRATS OBAMACARE IS IMPLODING. MASSIVE SUBSIDY PAYMENTS TO THEIR PET INSURANCE COMPANIES HAS STOPPED. DEMS SHOULD CALL ME TO FIX!"

US President Donald Trump has dramatically moved to undermine Obamacare by cutting off subsidies to health insurance companies for low-income patients, sparking threats of legal action and concern of chaos in insurance markets.
The decision is the most dramatic action Trump has taken yet to weaken the Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, which extended insurance to 20 million Americans.
The move drew swift condemnation from Democrats and threats from state attorneys general in New York and California to fight back with lawsuits.
Trump has been frustrated by Republicans' failure to repeal and replace the law known as Obamacare, thwarting a promise he made during the 2016 campaign.
His decision is likely to please those among his political base who detest the Obamacare system, which many Republicans have attacked for years as an unneeded government intrusion in Americans' healthcare.
In a nod to that same constituency, the president signed an executive order earlier on Thursday to make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bones health insurance plans.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/donald-trump-ends-obamacare-healthcare-subsidies-justice-department-health-human-services-a7997901.html
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>>188986
Making health insurance more important for people is going to mean people spending less money which means less growth, and possibly a decline
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>>188988
They can spend that money on other, more useful things you idiot.
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>>188988
meant more expensive
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>>188988
Maybe, but I doubt it. If the economy is improving, they'll make more money. They'll get health benefits.
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>>188992
We'll see, but I'm not very optimistic

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1551559/Donna-Karan-says-women-asking-dress.html

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>>188643
>OMG you guys there is a literal MUSLIM from the NAACP trying to teach our children to respect each other!
>These malcontents must be stopped!
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>>188841
Yeah, let's let RELIGION into the classrooms. Good job, you know how quickly they will fucking jump at the chance? We don't give a free pass to muslims the same as we don't give a free pass any religion
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>>188841

Maybe the filthy fucking colored ,mudslime should get the fuck out of my country and go fuck itself in its nigger shithole of origin. You people are not wanted here. You contribute nothing of value. YOU WILL NOT BE MISSED!

You nigger loving mudslime apologists make me sick. I'll get the last laugh, though, as you're gangraped and murdered by your "poor innocent colored" filth.
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>>188924
Cheap bait try again mister shekelstein
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>>188673
As a student in a molecular genetics program in a lib-arts focused college (mostly music and music theory, which as a gigging weekend musician is fun to be around), I can assure you that our sciences/mathemetics are not "disappearing" by any means. Like the other anon said, it just means there's less competition. For example, I have 7 other students in a typical lab. This is perfect, because it means we get to know one another and speak to the professor personally. As you might know, many science students have trouble with large groups/public speaking. This allows some to come out of their shell a little and gives a better learning environment. So it might seem counterintuitive, but personally I've found the lack of peer interest in science to be kind of a relief; if nothing else, it's job security.

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Jewish Population in Ireland Rises by 30%, Much to Surprise of Local Community
Emerald Isle now boasts its highest number of Jews since 1971, thanks to influx of young professionals working with U.S. high-tech firms

Arresting a decades-long decline, the Jewish population in Ireland rose by nearly 30 percent between 2011 and 2016, the Irish Times reported Friday.

According to the 2016 Irish census, there are now 2,557 Jews in Ireland, a 28.9 percent increase from 2011, when the last census was taken. Over half of all Jews in Ireland (1,539) live in the capital, Dublin.

The figures came to a surprise to many, since the Jewish population of Ireland was thought to be in terminal decline after reaching a high of nearly 4,000 in 1946. The 2016 figure was the highest recorded since the 1971 census.

The Irish Times attributed the increase to the influx of young Jewish professionals working with high-tech U.S. multinational firms, which have set up offices in the Emerald Isle.

https://www.haaretz.com/jewish/news/1.817066
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>>188636
>Look them up
"I have no evidence to back up my claims"
>I wish Americans would stop with the cultural imperialism too comrade.
I'm not talking about Americans, I'm talking about Moroccans, Syrians, and Egyptians.
Killing hundreds of people in the name of their religion.
Again
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>>188891

top kek. so Weinstein raped half Western Actor population for simple fun and giggles? or did he want to proove soething?
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>>187800
>2,000 Jews
We have like 6 million of these parasites in the US.
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>>187800
should we worry there are more jews again? hitler did his job and now it's all to waste?
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>>187849
>people being reasonable is a jewish conspiracy
/pol/ in a nutshell

- Network reported Trump proposed huge increase in arsenal
- Trump denies asking for ‘tenfold’ increase in U.S. nukes

President Donald Trump denied ever calling for a bigger U.S. nuclear arsenal and questioned whether FCC licenses should be taken from NBC television stations after the network published a story on Wednesday saying he had done so in a meeting with military and security officials.

“It’s frankly disgusting the way the press is able to write whatever they want to write and people should want to look into it,” Trump told reporters as he met at the White House with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Trump’s denial was backed up by a statement by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. “Recent reports that the President called for an increase in the U.S. nuclear arsenal are absolutely false,” Mattis said. “This kind of erroneous reporting is irresponsible.”

NBC said that Trump made his remarks about the arsenal at a meeting with his national security advisers on July 20, and that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called him a “moron” after he left that session.

Trump first issued a denial on Twitter early Wednesday and then raised the prospect of challenging FCC licenses. NBCUniversal, the parent company of the network, is owned by Comcast Corp.

“With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Bad for country!” he wrote in a tweet.


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>>187940
>Trump threatens journalistic freedom
>this is nothing because he's too stupid to realize he can't act on his threat
Threatening to shoot someone is still illegal if you don't have a gun, numbnuts
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>>188845
Except he didn't. Did you even read his tweet? He said that because they are publishing false information, their journalistic integrity is questionable and worthy of investigation or "challenge." In a press conference between the two tweets he clarified his stance by saying that he feels they should "speak more honestly." Whether you agree with his complaints about the veracity of NBCs reporting, you are being disingenuous by overreacting to his complaints.

You're analogy also fails because while someone could potentially make good on their threat to shoot you, Trump is unable to do so on his supposed threat since it is beyond his abilities.
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>>188884
He said something obviously inflammatory then quickly backtracked on it. Trying to qualify a statement after the fact is not an IRL backspace key, it doesn't change what he said or the implications thereof. Freedom of the press is constitutionally guaranteed. He clearly doesn't respect the literal charter of the country, so why do you think he respects FCC regulations? You're saying he is unable to restrict the press because of laws he has no intention of following. Abject naivete
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>>188897
Please, point to the part in his tweet where he states he wants to remove NBCs license without an investigation. Keep in mind that asking for a review of their legitimacy is not the same as taking demanding their license be rescinded. Until you can do that, the rest of your statement is worthless. Oh, and regardless of whether he agrees with a law or not he is still bound by it. He is unable to remove the license and should he attempt to do so he will face the consequences. The most he could do is remove their press pass so they can't get live coverage from the WH.

I will say that his hyperbolic way of expressing himself and people's ignorance, willful or otherwise, to it is frustrating. Constantly seeing stories about how Trump misused a single word or presented an extreme outcome for a scenario is tiring.
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>>187811

Reagan should have his jew corpse dug up, and then lynched again for his open borders faggotry. Him granted blanket amnesty to border hopping spics destroyed the future of this country, forever.

Several hours after Haaretz published a story exposing a controversial Israeli government initiative to set up a database with the names of all Jewish students in the United States, the plan was put on hold.

The project was supposed to have been run through Mosaic United, a company set up by the Ministry of Diaspora Affairs several years ago with the declared mission of strengthening the religious identity and connection to Israel of young Jews abroad.

In its statement, Hillel International said it had not been aware of the plan until it received an inquiry from Haaretz. We immediately investigated and made clear to Mosaic United our objections to this initiative. We believe the initiative in this tender is not in the best interest of engaging American Jewish college students. Based on our objections, Mosaic United has agreed to take down the tender from its website and cancel this initiative. We appreciate Mosaic Uniteds swift response to our concerns.

https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.817372
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Just a little heads up, first, a religion having a database on the members isn't exactly a bad or abnormal thing. The only exception being Scientology, because they keep records, but they also get raided by government agencies, and then the government has a copy - not very good. I don't know any other religion that gets raided.

Ignoring that, you'd be pretty surprised as the huge database that the US has on people. When I was stationed in afghanistan it was a nice wake up call to the system. Over there, we used something called HIIDES which scanned the iris, all fingerprints and we took a picture of each person. Granted, that's military, but now when we get our driver's license they scan our fingerprints . We are getting pretty close to the full gamut of the government having everything. Organized? Fuck no. But they're working on it.
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>>188918
>a religion having a database on the members isn't exactly a bad or abnormal thing
Sounds a bit weird to me, I would be very surprise if I was on the Pope's list of Christians (protestant agnostics), but Mosaic United is not a religion.

>Ignoring that, you'd be pretty surprised as the huge database that the US has on people
Terrible isn't it, when a nations tax and licencing authorities can do their job effectively.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-audit-army/u-s-army-fudged-its-accounts-by-trillions-of-dollars-auditor-finds-idUSKCN10U1IG

why is there 21 trillion dollars missing from the US Army?

thats even more than the national debt which is at 20 trillion.

doesn't this concern anyone besides me?
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I'm all for human error, but not a $21t one..
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>>184855
What are we supposed to do about it? None of us really understand what even happened let alone who's responsible or how to hold them accountable.
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>>184860
No, almost all of that was certainly stolen.
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>>184855
BECAUSE THE GOVERNMENT IS CORRUPT AND THEY KNOW YOU WON'T DO SHIT
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>>184885
lol you wish.



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