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We're eating good tonight! Can't say the same for Dodik or Vucic though...
https://www.dw.com/en/un-establishes-srebrenica-genocide-memorial-day/a-69162992

The UN General Assembly on Thursday voted to create an annual day of remembrance for the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, in which Serb forces killed around 8,000 Muslim men and teenage boys.

The resolution designates July 11 as the International Day of Remembrance of the Srebrenica Genocide.

It also condemns "any denial" of the genocide and urges UN member countries to "preserve the established facts."

The resolution was written by Germany and Rwanda — two countries synonymous with 20th-century genocides — but it has faced fierce opposition from Serbia.

Although the draft resolution does not specifically mention Serbia as the perpetrator, some Serb leaders nevertheless fear it will brand them all as "genocidal" supporters of the mass killing.

In a letter to the rest of the United Nations, Germany and Rwanda said the vote was a "crucial opportunity to unite in honoring the victims and acknowledging the pivotal role played by international courts."


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"Bosnia and Herzegovina has reached its end, or to be more precise, it was brought to an end by those who swore to it," Milorad Dodik said on social media.

"All that remains is for us all to make an effort to be good neighbors and to part in peace."

Russia's UN ambassador, Vasily Nebenzia, also criticized the draft resolution, calling it "provocative" and a "threat to peace and security."

Nebenzia claimed that the draft resolution would "erase" the "shameful evidence" of NATO bombing of the former Yugoslavia in 1995 and 1999 by "pinning all the blame on the Serbs."
What happened at Srebrenica?

The Srebrenica massacre took place toward the end of the Bosnian War in which around 100,000 people were killed.

On July 11, 1995, Bosnian Serb forces captured the town of Srebrenica, which was a UN-protected enclave at the time.

In the days that followed, Serb troops separated 8,000 Muslim Bosniak men and teenage boys from their wives, mothers, and sisters, and then slaughtered them.

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>>1297444
>The resolution was written by Germany and Rwanda — two countries synonymous with 20th-century genocides — but it has faced fierce opposition from Serbia.
"We should know what genocide looks like and this was one" lol
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>>1297444
8k sounds like a lot, but Israel has killed 45k Gazans since October.
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>>1297511
Yea but (reasons) so it doesnt count you antisemite antivegemite trash!

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https://apnews.com/article/australia-new-zealand-new-caledonia-australia-8fb1ad85f675720ed77c03b718533bd2
https://apnews.com/article/new-caledonia-asia-france-pacific-unrest-riots-6cb8c27ba7c9fb589cf306d393d4a5dd

Using armored vehicles and backhoes to shove aside charred barricades, French security forces worked Sunday to retake control of the highway to the international airport in violence-scorched New Caledonia, shuttered because of deadly unrest wracking the French Pacific archipelago where indigenous people have long sought independence from France.

An eventual reopening of the Nouméa-La Tontouta airport to commercial flights could allow stranded tourists to escape the island where armed clashes, arson, looting and other mayhem have prompted France to impose a state of emergency. The airport, with routes to Australia, Singapore, New Zealand and other destinations, closed Tuesday as protests against voting reforms opposed by pro-independence supporters degenerated into widespread violence, leaving a vast trail of destruction.

French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin, posting on social media platform X, said the “major operation” was “aimed at fully regaining control” of the RT1 highway between the capital, Nouméa, and the airport 60 kilometers (nearly 40 miles) to the northwest. He said more than 600 gendarmes were deployed. The number spoke to the difficulty of clearing roads of charred debris and barricades erected by pro-independence demonstrators and residents who have banded together to try to protect homes and livelihoods against rioters and looters.

The police effort to reopen the airport road cleared nearly 60 barricades on its first day, French authorities in New Caledonia’ posted on X.
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>>1297231
That's why the majority of the population, including Kanaks, voted against independence in three referendums. The riots are butthurt about those referendums AND this new change guaranteeing they'll lose any future referendum too
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There was just an attempted coup in the Congo as well this week. The legitimate government stopped the coup. They arrested several people involved and they turned out to be americans
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Reminder it is always morally justified to dissolve French imperial holdings.
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>>1297267
>China must grow rarger
Sure thing, Xi.
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>>1297232
Yea I don’t think China will leave them alone if they kick out western powers.

https://newrepublic.com/post/181844/house-democrat-banned-talking-surreal-trump

On Wednesday, Democratic Representative Jim McGovern was banned from speaking the rest of the day after a surreal fight where Republicans lost it over his mention of Trump’s many criminal charges and legal issues.

McGovern pointed out that a Republican had called Trump’s hush-money trial “a sham trial” without any reproach from the chair at the time.

Tweet screenshot to full quote

But as McGovern was stating the president’s various charges in full, Republican Representative Erin Houchin interrupted him and moved to have his words stricken from the congressional record for “engaging in personalities.”

Later, McGovern posted on Twitter that he was banned from speaking on the House floor for the rest of the day merely because he stated Trump’s charges, even though other representatives have called the trial a sham on previous occasions.

It’s the latest example of the Republican-controlled House taking action against Democrats for the same words and actions that they allow from their own party. Last week, Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene attacked the appearance of Democratic Representative Jasmine Crockett and refused to apologize, drawing a sharp retort from Crockett that quickly became a meme and a trademark.

If Republicans are going to prohibit mentioning the Republican presidential nominee’s criminal charges, it makes little sense. Trump became a private citizen when Joe Biden was sworn in as president, and they could conceivably extend this excessive privilege to any private citizen they want, arbitrarily. If mentioning his charges is so offensive, they should save their energy, because while Trump’s hush-money trial is nearing its closing stages, his classified documents trial, his election interference trial in Georgia, and his election interference trial in Washington, D.C. are all still ongoing.
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>>1297414
>I was getting BTFO, but the other guy just did a typo
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>another thread about Trump that isn't important at all and isn't even about anything trump even did
There are other topics besides obsessing over Trump.
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>>1297516
Holy fuck why are you people always illiterate?
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>>1297518
In their circles there is no incentive to be literate nor is there any consequence for being illiterate.
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>>1297244
When did Republicans turn into whimpy ass snowflakes. This is why I’m Independent.

Who are these men and who did they work for and for what end. One of the men is very suspicious as he was caught by the FBI for drug trafficking but was let go in exchange for cooperation. He also was involved in mining companies in Africa.

Any have details or insight on the situation?

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/rest-of-world/failed-coup-in-congo-3-cia-operatives-arrested-in-dramatic-shootout/articleshow/110272818.cms
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>>1297488
Occam and his razor
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>>1297496
Occam's razor covers obvious things and not your headcanon about a fiction democrat CIA.
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>>1297499
>your headcanon about a fiction democrat CIA.
Learn proper English ffs chang
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>>1297520
No. Proper English does nothing but inflate the egos of British people. Now shut the fuck up and go back to your hole.
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>>1297499
The second someone makes a claim and appeals to Occam's Razor or "common sense" instead of actual evidence you can immediately stop taking them seriously as a human being.

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Klaus Schwab, the founder and for decades the face of the World Economic Forum, will step away from executive leadership in the coming months, the organisation said.

The WEF, which hosts the annual meeting of wealthy, famous and influential global elites at the luxury Swiss ski resort of Davos, said late Tuesday that its 86-year-old founder would soon “transition from executive chairman to chairman of the board of trustees”.

The shift would take place before the next edition of the annual meeting, in January 2025.

The announcement that Schwab will be stepping back after more than half a century at the top marks the culmination of WEF’s long transformation, since 2015, from a “founder-managed organisation to one where a president and managing board assume full executive responsibility”, the body said.

The WEF did not spell out who would officially take the helm. The number-two executive behind Schwab is currently president Borge Brende, a 58-year-old former Norwegian foreign minister.

The Geneva-based forum, which employs some 800 people worldwide and raked in 409 million Swiss francs ($447 million) in annual revenue in the last fiscal year, said it had been transitioning from being merely a “convening platform” to “the leading global institution for public-private cooperation”.
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>>1297399
He probably does think that
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Interestingly enough, a remote viewing group predicted that the powers that be would take Klaus's position away after a dispute, three weeks before this news. Remote viewing for those who may not be aware, is a parapsychological ability that supposedly expands one's consciousness to remote places beyond their local body.
https://youtu.be/lhDbRVm0lHQ?si=MaY2oKh6F63P5cJ2
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>>1297508
>>>/x/
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>>1297399
Well why would their successor care about some vague ebil endgame?
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>>1297522
If you're asking tinfoil fags to articulate and quantify what material impact Klaus Schwab or the WEF has made on the world you're shit out of luck. Half of them are legit schizos like this guy >>1297508

This is the 2nd flag flown by Trump Coup terrorists on Jan 6th that Republican Supreme Court Justice Alito has been caught flying while ruling on cases involving coup terrorists

https://www.nytimes.com/2024/05/22/us/justice-alito-flag-appeal-to-heaven.html

A second flag carried by rioters during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack at the U.S. Capitol was displayed outside a home owned by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, according to a shocking report in The New York Times.

The newspaper published photos from neighbors and from Google Street View that show an “Appeal to Heaven” flag flying outside the justice’s beach house in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

The flag, featuring a green pine tree on a white background, now linked with Christian supremacists and those who support former President Donald Trump.

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) displayed the flag in his office last year after he was elected to the post.

A Google Maps image taken in August 2023 shows the “Appeal to Heaven” flag flying outside a beach home the Times identified as Alito’s.

The Supreme Court did not immediately reply to a request for comment.

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>>1297484
You don't need to state the obvious.
You have the standard leftist profile, tbqh.
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>>1297452
Because conservatives never take responsibility for their actions
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>>1297484
>>1297486
>>1297489
Who is supposed to believe this?
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>>1297494
Donald J. Trump
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>>1297430
So is FDR a Republican? What about JFK? Republican?

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National Security advisor says Biden waiting to condemn Israel due to 'powerful Jewish influence'
https://justthenews.com/government/white-house/national-security-advisor-says-biden-waiting-condemn-israel-due-powerful
White House National Security advisor said that President Joe Biden is waiting until his second term to condemn Israel's actions during its war against Hamas because a "powerful Jewish influence" is preventing him from doing so now, according to an undercover video of the advisor.

Cyber policy advisor Sterlin Waters said, "If Biden won again he could be much more forthright about saying 'No'" to Israel, according to an undercover video of him taken by guerilla journalist group Project Veritas.

He also said that the Biden administration is "having internal deliberations about stuff, whether Israel's actually f***ing up or not," and the discussions can't be public "because it would piss people actually off" and risk the 2024 election.

If the Biden administration were to speak out against Israel before the election, Waters warned that Israel supporters would "twist this message ... to play like that – a martyr," and that "there’s a huge, powerful Jewish influence in Republican and Democrat politics and the administration is definitely facing a conundrum."

He said that a message to tell Israel during the next term is "We can help you in the way that we can, but you’re not going to continue to lie, and bomb, and kill all these kids without facing serious consequences."

The Biden administration is already facing backlash from both progressives and Muslim Americans who are demanding a ceasefire in Gaza, as well as Israel supporters who want him to do more to help the country in its fight against Hamas.
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>>1297500
Samefag
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>>1297500
actually, he needs to cover up the fact that he's a samefagger, like in >>1297486
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>>1297505
that and he's also one of those retards who gets a boner by collecting (You)s from people who respond to his bait posts.
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>>1297505
Samefag
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>>1297105
>justthenews
Wtf is this garbage. Post better sources.

Why would Donald testify if he's innocent and has nothing to hide?

https://www.npr.org/2024/05/21/1252665767/trumps-trials-hush-money
The defense for former President Donald Trump has rested in his New York criminal trial, marking the end of witness testimony and paving the way for jury deliberation.

Trump's defense called up two witnesses: a paralegal who verified call logs between former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and lawyer and Trump ally Robert Costello. Then they called Costello to the stand.

In testimony that carried over into Tuesday morning's session, Costello testified to conversations and emails he had with Cohen following a 2019 FBI raid on Cohen's home and office.

They were the only two witnesses brought up by the defense, following over four weeks of testimony from prosecutors.
Prosecutors rest their case against Trump in the hush money case. Now it's his turn
Law

Although Trump vowed to testify in this trial as he has did in civil trials in New York, he did not end up taking the stand.


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>>1297473
Hey, Pradeep Chang, it's up to the prosecutor to prove guilty beyond a reasonable doubt

Our legal system doesn't charge the defendent with proving their innocence, because they are presumed innocent until proven guilty... By the prosecutor.

I know democrats absolutely cream themselves everytime they imagine kangaroo courts lacking presumption of innocence, and sometimes they succeed but America isn't quite there yet overall
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>>1297498
Sure it is Matlock, what other tidbits from your headcanon are you going to lay on us today?
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>>1297502
>Doesn't care about presumption of innocence
Typical Democrat, really
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>>1297387
So you admit Trump committed the crime
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>>1297504
Is this like being on tape asking for 11000 votes?

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The Nintendo Switch remake of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door marks the first time Vivian has been written as a transgender woman in English versions of the game.

At the start of the adventure, Vivian is one of The Thousand-Year Door's villains, working alongside her sisters Marilyn and Beldam to track down and defeat Mario. But due to incessant bullying from Beldam, Vivian eventually leaves her sisters to join Mario's party.

In the original Japanese version of The Thousand-Year Door, Vivian was written as a transgender woman, but that element of Vivian's identity was removed in the English localization, where instead of bullying Vivian about her gender, Beldam called her ugly.

Now, when Vivian is traveling with Mario in Chapter 4's Twilight Town, it's revealed that her original backstory is intact: "Truth is, it took me a while to realize I was their sister... not their brother," Vivian tells Mario. "Now their usual bullying feels heavier."

The new localization smartly tones down much of Beldam's bullying from the GameCube original's script. In the 2004 Japanese version, Vivian is consistently misgendered by Beldam, Goombella's tattle, and her in-game character description, but the remake is much more affirming of Vivian's gender, as Beldam's comments are less direct and all other characters and text refer to Vivian as a woman.

Goombella's tattle now says, "The youngest of the Three Shadows. She's so cute, she's able to infatuate anyone", while her character bio says, "Vivian was one of the Three Shadows but has now chosen to leave her two sisters behind."

We called the Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door remake amazing, saying, "There’s a reason The Thousand-Year Door has been considered one of the greatest Nintendo games for the last 20 years, and this brilliant remake ensures it will maintain that reputation for at least a thousand more."

https://www.ign.com/articles/paper-mario-the-thousand-year-door-remake-restores-characters-trans-identity
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>>1297309
>being this mad cause no one wants to take your thread seriously
Sorry troon
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>>1297311
>Maulding in a /pol/ rage bait tranny thread with 8 posts
Seek psychiatric help for your troon obsession
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>>1297307
This
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>>1297180
You mean amerigoy catered to the tranny audience. You know Nintendo and Japan in general doesn't cave in to our culture war bullshit right anon?
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>>1297285
The r3ddit trannys shit up that site, now they’re oozing over here to do the same.

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NEW YORK, May 21 (Reuters) - Former U.S. President Donald Trump opted not to testify in his criminal hush money trial on Tuesday, bringing his defense to a quick conclusion and clearing the way for jurors to begin deliberations next week.
Trump had stoked speculation for weeks about whether he would take the stand to defend himself against charges of falsifying business records to cover up a hush-money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 presidential election.
By testifying, he might have sought to personally convince a panel of 12 jurors and six alternates that his aim was to protect his family from embarrassment, not bury a story about an alleged sexual encounter damaging to his political prospects.
But criminal defendants typically do not testify in their own trials as it exposes them to probing questions from prosecutors.

He would have been at risk of perjury if he lied under oath.
In defiant and rambling testimony in a civil fraud trial last year, Trump was reprimanded by the judge and ultimately ordered to pay $355 million in penalties. A similar performance in this case could have alienated jurors.
“He could tank his whole case with one outburst," retired New York judge George Grasso said in an interview last week.
Trump, 77, has pleaded not guilty to 34 charges of falsifying business records. He has denied wrongdoing and said he never had sex with Daniels, who testified in detail about a 2006 liaison she said she had with Trump.

Prosecutors say the altered records covered up election-law and tax-law violations - since the money was essentially an unreported contribution to Trump's campaign - that elevate the crimes from misdemeanors to felonies punishable by up to four years in prison.

https://www.reuters.com/world/us/trumps-lawyers-mount-defense-hush-money-trial-if-case-is-not-dismissed-2024-05-21/
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>>1297121
>Like how Trump's criminal son insulted the jury and said they're the reason his criminal father didn't testify
Inadmissible. The son's criminal status or statements are inadmissible as irrelevant. Almost everything after 2016 is inadmissible as not relevant unless it is part of the exact crime being charged.

Past actions or previous convictions or court cases are also generally inadmissible as well. Just because you murdered somebody in the past, doesn't mean you murdered the victim in the current court case. To open the door the defendant or defense council would have to make some statement that the defendant never murdered anyone, to which the government could then introduce the prior conviction as contrary evidence.

>>1297205
>Cite the statute on the books
Case law is in effect until it is overridden by new case law or voided by a new law. Case law is law, courts generally follow case law unless there is a compelling reason not to. Very important to verify that case law is current and accurate or the judge will tear you a new butthole.
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>>1296848
How delusional
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>>1296867
Non existent you mean
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>>1297466
It was so non-existent that they brought him to trial over it.
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>>1297481
They brought Trump to trial because Cohen charged the wrong account.

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Former President Donald Trump on Monday posted a video on his social media platform that uses a language that appears to mirror that of Nazi Germany, suggesting there will be a "Unified Reich" if he wins the 2024 election.

The phrase "Unified Reich" appears as a part of hypothetical news headlines that announce Trump's hypothetical victory in the 2024 election, with the narrator asking, "What happens after Donald Trump wins?"

Under a big headline that says, "WHAT'S NEXT FOR AMERICA?" there is a smaller headline underneath that appears to read: "INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED DRIVEN BY THE CREATION OF A UNIFIED REICH."

The video then predicts an economic boom, tax cuts, border security and deportation of undocumented immigrants if Trump wins the 2024 election.

In a statement to the AP, the Trump campaign claimed it is not a campaign video but rather a video reposted by a staffer who did not see the word.

“This was not a campaign video, it was created by a random account online and reposted by a staffer who clearly did not see the word, while the President was in court,” Karoline Leavitt, the campaign press secretary, said.

The video was posted at 1:58 p.m. ET when the trial in Trump’s hush money trial was at lunch. The video was still up late Monday night.

A spokesperson for the Biden-Harris 2024 campaign slammed the video saying it was "parroting 'Mein Kampf.'"

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>>1297398
Hey shut up, you're ruining it for all your fellow fascist loving conservatives in this forum who are screaming that conservatism is not the same as Nazi and that it is rediculous to say Trump is a fascist because conservatives would never love fascism. Don’t speak your love of fascism and give it away !
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>>1297398
for you
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>>1297322
t. 2020 Trump voter
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>>1297363
I never said I looked forward to it all I said was I've seen the future. Trump won't win 2024 and in the distant future, his politics would be frowned upon the same way we look at eugenics, Hitler, Jim crow today.
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>>1297441
You left out the part about how most people who constantly complain about globalism and neoliberalism are going to be dead of old age soon.

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Trump Media and Technology Group, the owner of Donald Trump’s social networking site Truth Social, lost more than $300m last quarter, according to its first earnings report as a publicly traded company.

For the three-month period that ended 31 March, the company posted a loss of $327.6m, which it said included $311m in non-cash expenses related to its merger with a company called Digital World, which was essentially a pile of cash looking for a target to merge with.

It’s an example of a special purpose acquisition company, or Spac, which can give young companies quicker and easier routes to getting their shares trading publicly.

A year earlier, Trump Media posted a loss of $210,300.

Trump Media said collected $770,500 in revenue in the first quarter, largely from its “nascent advertising initiative”. That was down from $1.1m a year earlier.

“At this early stage in the company’s development, TMTG remains focused on long-term product development, rather than quarterly revenue,” Trump Media said in its earnings news release.
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>>1297251
Social media never makes money.
It exists to harvest data for the primary shareholder's other holdings to use.
Meta routinely loses 3 billion a quarter.
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>>1297245
biggest cherry pick i have ever seen on this board.
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>>1297259
>Social media never makes money.
Why would you say something so easily disprovable?
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>>1297262
And the anon that cherry picked a 5 day drop of 12% when every other window shows gains *wasn't* cherry picking?
Retard
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>>1297344
The story isn't about the stock price, it's about the lack of revenue.

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Link: https://www.reuters.com/world/russia-stresses-strong-ties-with-iran-putin-calls-interim-president-2024-05-20/

>MOSCOW, May 20 (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin phoned Iran's new interim president on Monday as Moscow made clear its desire to preserve and build on its deepening relationship with Tehran despite the sudden death of President Ebrahim Raisi.

>The Kremlin said Putin expressed his condolences to interim president Mohammad Mokhber and to the whole Iranian people over Raisi's death in a helicopter crash, describing Raisi as a "reliable partner who made an invaluable personal contribution" to bilateral relations.

>"Both sides emphasised their mutual desire to further consistently strengthen comprehensive Russian-Iranian interaction for the benefit of the peoples of the two countries," the Kremlin said in its readout of the Putin-Mokhber call.
State news agency RIA quoted Sergei Shoigu, secretary of Russia's Security Council, as saying Moscow could assist Iran in its investigation of the crash.

>Since the state of the war in Ukraine, Russia has moved to strengthen its political, trade and military ties with Iran in a deepening relationship that the United States and Israel view with concern.

>In January, Russia's Foreign Ministry said a new interstate treaty reflecting the "unprecedented upswing" in Russia-Iran ties was in the final stages of being agreed, and Putin and Raisi were expected to sign it soon.

>Putin held five hours of talks with Raisi in the Kremlin in December and had spoken to him by phone in March and April, according to the Kremlin website.


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>>1297032
man the thing that weirds me out about this image is how fucking narrow his face used to be. how much botox is in his bloodstream these days?
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>>1297201
How many images of Putin do you look at?
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>>1297219
Tens of thousands
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>>1297137
Slow enough that there's no end in sight.
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>>1297032
The entire international community came together to support Iran. It wasn’t just Russia. I don’t get what your point is from this.

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https://www.axios.com/2024/05/19/senate-bipartisan-border-package-vote
The Senate will consider a bipartisan border package this week, putting pressure on Republicans to pass a bill that they helped to negotiate months ago.

Why it matters: Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is reviving the border measure to give cover to the White House to take executive action on immigration and to protect vulnerable Democrats in 2024.

Republicans torpedoed the same exact package earlier this year, and they are expected to vote against it yet again.

Driving the news: Schumer said in a letter to lawmakers on Sunday that the chamber will move the bill this week, as Axios first reported.

"We are hopeful this bipartisan proposal will bring serious-minded Republicans back to the table to advance this bipartisan solution for our border," Schumer said in the letter.
The bipartisan border deal would give the White House new tools to use to restrict asylum when numbers at the border inflate.

Yes, but: Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), one of the architects of the bipartisan package, said last week that he would not support the bill if Schumer brought it back to the floor.

The bottom line: This is an attempt from Schumer to shift the politics of the border, which Republicans have hammered Democrats on since the beginning of the Biden administration.

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>>1297349
My money is on the poster with the deleted axios threads in the archives is the same one who keeps getting banned for overusing the N word here. Mods delete all his posts to get rid of his shitting up the board and don't care that some of the threads he made also get deleted. But I admit it's kind of far fetched.
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>>1297046
For the lurker, I'd like to clarify that this is accurate information, and that this >>1296813
Is also accurate information. We can see here how two extremists both exist in a bubble of information that caters to their particular views, but can or will not acknowledge this, even when accusing the opposition of the exact same thing. It's a great example of how both sides of the political aisle are being gaslit by their political party of choice. Don't forget to use your brain more than you use the internet.
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>>1297374
You're completely missing the point that the /pol/tard tried to post his dumb fake graphs like he thought this is /pol2/. Too bad for him it isn't.
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>>1297293
That one is an editorial, not news that happened within the last 48 hours.

>>1297304
That one I'm not sure about. If it's a report that was recently assembled it should have stood, lest maybe we've just got conservative Jannies.
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>>1297304
Following up research on this, based on archive.palanq.win, only 6 OPs with "axios" in them have been deleted in 2024, and they are spread pretty evenly over the past five months, which doesn't really suggest a rogue Janny. Do not have the patience to check and see how many of those might have been duplicate threads.


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