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right now they have 2 background checks to buy a gun. There are a few other states that do this for all gun purchases, NJ, california, connecticut, mass and hawaii. also DC, but DC isn't in the US and none of the DC residents are American so imo they shouldn't be allowed to own guns
https://highlandcountypress.com/news/illinois-legislation-would-require-third-background-check-mandatory-training-gun-purchases#gsc.tab=0
Illinois legislation would require third background check, mandatory training for gun purchases
By Catrina Petersen
The Center Square

Despite Illinois having nearly four million background checks done on gun owning residents in 2023, Illinoisans who want to buy a firearm would have to undergo state-approved training and three background checks if a proposed bill makes it across the finish line.

A Second Amendment advocate says this latest gun-restriction bill is a tactic to keep firearms out of law-abiding citizens’ hands.

House Bill 3239, sponsored by state Rep. Maura Hirschauer, D-Batavia, would obligate Illinoisans who want to buy a firearm to go through eight hours of training and other requirements. The bill is in the House Judiciary Criminal Committee, which is scheduled to meet in Springfield this week. Her office said she will not be calling the bill this week.

William Kirk, president of Washington Gun Law, said the measure woud require residents who want to purchase a firearm to go to their local law enforcement department and go through a background check with fingerprinting.
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>>1284532
such as?
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>>1284534
the 80 million drump threads
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>>1284539
hmm, i don't see a single one on the front page. are you lying anon
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>>1284539
Why does he make the news so much? I wonder.
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>>1284247
>It's a null point because no one buys guns in Illinois anyway. Instead they drive to a red state like Indiana or Nebraska.

Odd then, that the city of Chicago has more murders then the _entire state_ of Indiana, despite Indiana's supposedly "lax" gun laws?

Do you have an explanation for this strange discrepancy, because the Dems have told us that guns = crime and thus Indiana's murder rate ought to be sky high?

South Korea's "artificial sun" has set a new fusion record after superheating a plasma loop to 180 million degrees Fahrenheit (100 million degrees Celsius) for 48 seconds, scientists have announced

To extend their plasma's burning time from the previous record-breaking run, the scientists tweaked aspects of their reactor's design, including replacing carbon with tungsten to improve the efficiency of the tokamak’s "divertors," which extract heat and ash from the reactor.
https://www.livescience.com/physics-mathematics/nuclear-fusion-reactor-in-south-korea-runs-at-100-million-degrees-c-for-a-record-breaking-48-seconds
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>To extend their plasma's burning time from the previous record-breaking run, the scientists tweaked aspects of their reactor's design, including replacing carbon with tungsten to improve the efficiency of the tokamak’s "divertors," which extract heat and ash from the reactor.

>"Despite being the first experiment run in the environment of the new tungsten divertors, thorough hardware testing and campaign preparation enabled us to achieve results surpassing those of previous KSTAR records in a short period," Si-Woo Yoon, the director of the KSTAR Research Center, said in a statement.

>KSTAR scientists are aiming to push the reactor to sustain temperatures of 180 million F for 300 seconds by 2026.

>The record joins others made by competing fusion reactors around the world, including one by the U.S. government-funded National Ignition Facility (NIF), which sparked headlines after the reactor core briefly put out more energy than was put into it.
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Not that I don't think this is cool, but I wonder how large of a net energy loss it produced
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>>1284495
the specific event? none. huge energy surplus by definition of the physics.

but if youre talking about all the infrastructure to get to this point, then, yeah, sure, a lot. R&D what do you want?
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>>1284516
>huge energy surplus by definition of the physics.
>By definition of the physics
Brainlet, you sound like a retard
Are you just guessing? It doesn't say that In the article, and I'm sure they would have mentioned it had that been the case.

You realize fusion isn't guaranteed energy gain, right? It's like any other physical process and efficiencies are a real thing

The last I heard was the only process that generates energy gain is using lasers and the superheated plasma/magnetic process like this could sustain fusion for longer but was extremely in inefficient use of energy and often resulted in large net energy loss

Oh wait, you are a retard, you retard, read this from the article:
>Soviet scientist Natan Yavlinsky designed the first tokamak in 1958, but no one has ever managed to create a reactor that is able to put out more energy than it takes in.
That's technically wrong, a laser style one generated a net gain a couple years ago, but these tokamaks are very inefficient
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>>1284536
Ignition at the NIF has been defined in a few different ways over the last couple of years. The first claimed ignition shot was dubbed "scientific ignition", and defined as more energy released in the form of fusion neutrons than laser energy coupled to the DT (deuterium-tritium)fuel capsule. They have since repeated this and improved it such that they have claimed another type of ignition, that in which the energy released in the form of fusion neutrons is greater than the total laser energy.
Neither of these metrics of energy input are the total electrical energy input to produce the laser pulse.
Currently, they are using ~400 MJ of energy to put ~2 MJ of energy into the target, and yielding ~4 MJ from the fusion.
Of course, since we're talking about the NIF here, there are energy losses from the laser interacting with the hohlraum to produce the x-ray bath that compresses the DT target, and there are people who think that using the lasers to directly compress the target is a more feasible strategy for an ICF power plant. Direct drive has some upsides and some downsides, like any decision you make.
Either way, it's exciting to see both ICF and MCF making significant strides in terms of research into their basic challenges. Controlling plasma instabilities is an absolute bitch. Hopefully people crack the egg on room temperature superconductors (real ones, not those shilled by the fraud Ranga Dias or those retarded South Koreans with their LK99). That would be a real game changer.

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New book details Steve Bannon’s ‘Maga movement’ plan to rule for 100 years
Isaac Arnsdorf’s Finish What We Started shows how the strategist wanted to create a dominant coalition to take US political power

Martin Pengelly in Washington
Thu 4 Apr 2024 09.07 EDT

https://amp.theguardian.com/us-news/2024/apr/04/steve-bannon-book-maga

Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign chair and White House strategist, believed before the 2020 election and the January 6 attack on Congress that a “Maga movement” of Trump supporters “could rule for a hundred years”.

“Outside the uniparty,” the Washington Post reporter Isaac Arnsdorf writes in a new book, referring to Bannon’s term for the political establishment, “as Bannon saw it, there was the progressive wing of the Democratic party, which he considered a relatively small slice of the electorate. And the rest, the vast majority of the country, was Maga.

“Bannon believed the Maga movement, if it could break out of being suppressed and marginalised by the establishment, represented a dominant coalition that could rule for a hundred years.”

Arnsdorf’s book, Finish What We Started: The Maga Movement’s Ground War to End Democracy, will be published next week. The Post published an excerpt on Thursday.
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100 years? he's a diluted hitler?
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And all he had to do to gain power was tell the politicians to stop treating the working class like idiots that can't tell their heads from their asses.
But I'm sure if you scream, "YOU'RE VOTING AGAINST YOUR BEST INTERESTS YOU FUCKING RETARDS" will finally work if you do it another 5,000,000 times.
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>>1284552
Buy an ad, fuckface.
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>>1284560
What is it you think is being sold here?

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Hate influencer Chaya Raichik – who goes by “Libs of TikTok” online – is trying to take her show on the road, and it doesn’t appear to be going well.

Raichik gave a speech yesterday at the Indiana Memorial Union at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, alongside Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN).

During her speech, she ranted about “pornographic” books in schools and moved on to her hatred of everything “woke.”

“It’s been in schools, it’s on college campuses, it- it’s in the workforce, it is in the streets, it’s when you go to the store,” she complained. “I mean, like, you can’t do anything in peace without this wokeness being shoved down your throat wherever you go!”

Some students started laughing.

“Um, do you have a question? Is something funny?” she asked, apparently not expecting people to find her over-the-top concerns funny.

“How do you define wokeness?” someone in the back asked.

Raichik tried to respond: “Wokeness is the destruction of normalicy [sic] and… And… Um… Uh…” More students started laughing.

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>>1284483
Admirable bait attempt but way too on the nose, better luck next time
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>>1284502
Except it’s true though, stay woke was a thing black people said originally which means stay informed. Know your herstory
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>>1284468
Why are you pretending to be a fence sitter when Republicans have used the woman to create police?
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>>1284549
what?
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>>1284164
"define woke" has been a retarded gotcha for so long, Raichik has no excuse for not having a quick answer loaded and ready for such a question.

https://www.reuters.com/science/white-house-directs-nasa-create-time-standard-moon-2024-04-02/

>WASHINGTON, April 2 (Reuters) - The White House on Tuesday directed NASA to establish a unified standard of time for the moon and other celestial bodies, as the United States aims to set international norms in space amid a growing lunar race among nations and private companies. The head of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), according to a memo seen by Reuters, instructed the space agency to work with other parts of the U.S. government to devise a plan by the end of 2026 for setting what it called a Coordinated Lunar Time (LTC).
>The differing gravitational force, and potentially other factors, on the moon and on other celestial bodies change how time unfolds relative to how it is perceived on Earth. Among other things, the LTC would provide a time-keeping benchmark for lunar spacecraft and satellites that require extreme precision for their missions. "The same clock that we have on Earth would move at a different rate on the moon," Kevin Coggins, NASA's space communications and navigation chief, said in an interview.
>OSTP chief Arati Prabhakar's memo said that for a person on the moon, an Earth-based clock would appear to lose on average 58.7 microseconds per Earth-day and come with other periodic variations that would further drift moon time from Earth time. "Think of the atomic clocks at the U.S. Naval Observatory (in Washington). They're the heartbeat of the nation, synchronizing everything. You're going to want a heartbeat on the moon," Coggins said.
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>>1284184
Sorry 3rd world bro, should've illegally immigrated here instead of being a chump
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>>1284184
It doesn't but at some point we will need to set a standard if we go to the Moon. Rotation and day night there is different to Earth
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>>1284107
Time is a made up concept. I hate daylight savings time and now I hate moonlight savings time. Is it really so hard to carry a digital watch that tells time already in space? Other countries won’t even bother wasting time to learn that yet maybe in 10,000 years when they are finally bored enough to immigrate their citizens to the moon to escape overpopulation.
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>>1284183
estimates from sources who refused to be identified put it more than 10b but less than 100b
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>>1284107
I swear to god we better let the moon become a state before we let PR or DC become states

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Judge decides that New Mexico state officials broke the law when they tried to cover up election fraud
https://apnews.com/article/new-mexico-voter-rolls-court-0045d0b5d8347b0a5394daefbd3f9a00
Judge sides with conservative group in its push to access, publish voter rolls online
New Mexico election officials violated public disclosure provisions of the National Voter Registration Act by refusing to provide voter rolls to a conservative group and its public online database, a federal judge has ruled.

The opinion and order Friday from Albuquerque-based U.S. District Court Judge James Browning mostly sided with the Voter Reference Foundation and its efforts to expand a free database of registered voters so that groups and individuals can take it upon themselves to try to find potential irregularities or fraud.

Election officials in several states and privacy advocates have raised alarms about a push by several conservative groups to gain access to state voter rolls, saying the lists could find their way into the hands of malicious actors and that voters could be disenfranchised through intimidation, possibly by canceling their registrations to avoid public disclosure of their home addresses and party affiliation.
New Mexico election law bans the publication of voter registration data. It restricts the use of the data to political campaigning and noncommercial government purposes. But Browning ruled that system “severely burdens the circulation of voter data among the public” and violates federal disclosure requirements
His ruling builds on a federal appeals court ruling in February that Maine must release its voter list to another conservative-backed group, the Public Interest Legal Foundation, that’s conducting independent audits by comparing voter rolls in one state against those in another
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>>1284278
Why do you ask questions that are inherently not based in reality? Is it because your ideology has failed everywhere it has been tried? Why are you gay?
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>>1284280
your thread sucks
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>>1284275
ahahahahaha
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>>1284291
>your thread sucks
almost as much as the OP likes to suck trans cock
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That vote ref website is pretty wild. I looked up my friend's family and got his mother's birth date and home address. Great if you are an abusive ex or a stalker. It's not surprising Republicans are pushing this given they are the party of sex criminals, divorced dads, and incels

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In our lifetime we are living to see man-made horrors beyond comprehension
https://nypost.com/search/Non-binary+Canadian+seeks+public+funding+for+surgery+to+create+vagina+while+preserving+penis/
Non-binary Canadian seeks public funding for surgery to create vagina while preserving penis
A non-binary Canadian is seeking to undergo surgery in Texas to construct a vagina while preserving the penis – using taxpayer funds for the unusual gender-affirming procedure.

The 33-year-old Ontario resident, referred to as K.S. in court papers, was born male but identifies as non-binary and “literally a mix” of genders, according to the National Post.

K.S., who has experienced gender dysphoria since a teen, also identifies as female dominant and uses a female name.

If approved, she would travel to The Crane Center for Transgender Surgery in Austin, Texas, for the penile-sparing vaginoplasty because it specializes in non-standard gender procedures, according to the Canadian outlet.

Ontario’s Health Insurance Plan initially denied her request for the surgery in 2022 on the grounds that it is experimental and not available in Canada

K.S. complained to the appeal and review board, which overturned the decision, ruling that a vaginoplasty is among the 11 genital surgeries listed for public coverage,and that it shouldn’t inherently include a penectomy, the removal of a penis.


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>>1284346
>Everything I don't like is trannies
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>>1284358
>Wants a penis
>Also wants a vagina
>You gotta pick a side dude
I disagree
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>>1284383
you cant honestly tell me that if a chick who was like a 9/10 had a MASSIVE donghammer, like, ridiculously sized, think, like, makes your arm look small, that that wouldn't instantly prop her up to 10/10.

like, it's a chick, but she's got a dick, bro. how hot is that?
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>>1284446
>how hot is that?
h0t

>>1284340
>Good, saving money by not including a penectomy. A win for responsible government spending.
I am going this route as i may want to transistion back and all the surgeon has to do is sew my vagina together

buck angel is the way to go

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buck_Angel

the following links are NSFW:so OP will love
I wish i was a true hermaphrodite
https://www.eporner.com/hd-porn/C4dCazX8odJ/Hermaphrodite-fucking/

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>>1284474
>>1284446
Fags

https://www.firstalert4.com/2024/04/02/im-trying-give-you-better-deal-customer-pulls-gun-burger-king-employee-giving-him-discount/

WILLOWICK, Ohio (WOIO/Gray News) – A Burger King customer in Ohio was caught on camera pointing a gun at a drive-thru employee who was trying to give him a discount.

Police in Willowick are still searching for the disgruntled customer. The incident happened Sunday morning at around 9 a.m. at the Burger King on Vine Street.

The suspect can be seen on surveillance video getting out of his car and pointing a gun at 38-year-old Howard Vernon, who was working in the drive-thru.

Vernon said he was taking the customer’s order – two sausage, egg and cheese croissants, a sausage biscuit, and hashbrowns – and the order came out to around $8.

“He was like, ‘My order can’t be right, it should be like $11,’ and I’m like trying to explain to him that we had a promotion going on, and like it’s cheaper, and he started cussing and getting all loud, and I was like, ‘I don’t know what to tell you, I don’t know why you want to pay more money,’” Vernon said.

Vernon said after the argument, the customer sped off. But a minute later, he pulled back around to the drive-thru window as Vernon was helping another customer. That’s when the suspect pulled out the gun.

Vernon said the man threatened to kill him and called him a racial slur.

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>>1284309
Not even close to a fair trade.
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>>1284310
They'll never catch him. This story is fake.
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>>1284310
The bigger problem is the fact that racists get to be armed. This is why we need to grab their guns
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>>1284348
while i agree with you, nowhere in the article does it say that the future doctor good boy who didnt do nothing had a gun. he was just guilty of being a 38 year old who works at BK, which, while is a good step for a future engineer, they should probably leave the country instead
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>>1284282

>the customer’s order – two sausage, egg and cheese croissants, a sausage biscuit, and hashbrowns

jesus h ch***t arisen on this day or there abouts, burger had a fatty blood clot to his brain, and this caused his discombobulation and violent behavior

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We'll see if the contractors decide to flip on the states that hired them, or decide to take the fall.

https://www.npr.org/2024/04/01/1242131130/migrants-lawsuit-flown-marthas-vineyard-texas-florida-governor-ron-desantis

MIAMI — A federal judge in Boston has ruled that migrants flown from Texas to Martha's Vineyard in 2022 can proceed with a lawsuit against the Florida company that took them there.

Three migrants from Venezuela, along with an immigrant rights group, filed the lawsuit. They say that Florida's governor, others in his administration and an air transport company conspired to mislead them and deprive them of their civil rights when they recruited and flew them to Martha's Vineyard in 2022.

In their lawsuit, the migrants, identified as Yanet, Pablo and Jesus say they were told they were going to Massachusetts, but didn't know their final destination was Martha's Vineyard until shortly before landing.

The plaintiffs say a videographer hired by the DeSantis administration recorded them arriving and boarding vans. But apart from the videographer and van drivers, the plaintiffs say no one else in Martha's Vineyard had any advance notice of their arrival.

In her order, U.S. District Judge Allison Burroughs says the case can proceed against the air transport company, Vertol. Judge Burroughs dismissed claims against Gov. DeSantis and other members of his administration out of jurisdictional concerns, but did so "without prejudice." That means the legal team representing the migrants can seek to bring DeSantis and others back into the case as it goes forward.

In the 77-page filing, Judge Burroughs had harsh words for those involved in the scheme. "Vertol and the other Defendants here were not legitimately enforcing any immigration laws," she wrote, adding, "the Court sees no legitimate purpose for rounding up highly vulnerable individuals on false pretenses and publicly injecting them into a divisive national debate."
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>>1284361
Why do Republicans like you project?
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>>1283989
>conspired to mislead them and deprive them of their civil rights
>the legal team representing the migrants
But being marched out at gun point as if they were vermin is totally alright, oh and hey, here's your free jew lawyer team if you promise to stick it to the republicans :)
>the plaintiffs say no one else in Martha's Vineyard had any advance notice of their arrival
Yes, this is how illegal immigration works.
>Court sees no legitimate purpose for rounding up highly vulnerable individuals on false pretenses and publicly injecting them into a divisive national debate
kek, lmao, lol ahahahahah, so its wrong when they do it but when Biden for example does it on a national scale its just human rights.


Thanks for the hearty keks.
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>>1284019
>It really never occurred to them that there are people who would treat them like human beings instead of political props in this world
Wait, you think rounding them up at gun point and getting rid of them is humane? If this is what liberals think as humane reaction then sign me up, this approach would make the country safe in a few weeks. Just get the national guard and all the cops you can get and start rounding up the brown people bothering the rich.
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>Three migrants from Venezuela
>immigrant rights group
The gun can be unloaded, labeled, locked and guarded, and republicucks will still be able to shoot their own feet off. How did anyone think that this was a good fucking idea?
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How does a federal judge in Boston get to a case for Florida and Massachusetts?

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Meet the 'disconnected youth': A growing group of Gen Zers who aren't working or going to school
Juliana Kaplan, Ayelet Sheffey, and Noah Sheidlower Apr 3, 2024, 6:00 AM ET
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https://www.businessinsider.com/gen-z-increasingly-no-income-cannot-retire-or-buy-houses-2024-3?amp

One in three Americans ages 18 to 24 have no income, according to a new report.
Younger Americans are also increasingly depressed and not enrolling in college.
An analysis from the St. Louis Federal Reserve looks at the fate of younger workers.

Gen Zers might be reshaping the world of work — but only if they have a job. And, for many, that might not be the case.

New research from the St. Louis Federal Reserve's Institute for Economic Equity delved into the challenges young people aged 18 to 24 are experiencing in today's economy. They found that more than one in three have no income at all.

In particular, the researchers looked at a group dubbed "disconnected youth," who aren't working and are also not in school. As of 2022, disconnected youth comprised 13% of this age group; that share has been rising overall since 1998, according to calculations from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
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Progressivism is succeeding
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What a surprise, shiftless Gen X made for shitty parents that raised useless children. Who could've seen that coming...
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I had periods of no income 18-24 and am now an asset to the society, so its no obstacle.18-24 is tough
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>>1284401
Don't blame a whole generation because you're dad is a deadbeat
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>>1284431
your*

In an unusual move, U.S. officials shared highly specific information about a terrorist plot with an adversary country

More than two weeks before terrorists staged a bloody attack in the suburbs of Moscow, the U.S. government told Russian officials that Crocus City Hall, a popular concert venue, was a potential target, according to U.S. officials familiar with the matter.

The high degree of specificity conveyed in the warning underscores Washington’s confidence that the Islamic State was preparing an attack that threatened large numbers of civilians, and it directly contradicts Moscow’s claims that the U.S. warnings were too general to help preempt the assault.

The U.S. identification of the Crocus concert hall as a potential target — a fact that has not been previously reported — raises new questions about why Russian authorities failed to take stronger measures to protect the venue, where gunmen killed more than 140 people and set fire to the building. A branch of the Islamic State has taken credit for the attack, the deadliest in Russia in 20 years. U.S. officials have publicly said the group, known as Islamic State-Khorasan, or ISIS-K, “bears sole responsibility,” but Russian President Vladimir Putin has tried to pin the blame on Ukraine.

The attack has further dented the image of strength and security that the Russian leader seeks to convey and exposed fundamental weaknesses in the nation’s security apparatus, which has been consumed by more than two years of war in Ukraine. Domestically, Putin’s operatives appear more concerned with silencing political dissent and opposition to the president than rooting out terrorist plots, according to analysts and observers of Russian politics.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/2024/04/02/us-warning-russia-isis-crocus/
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Islam Khalilov, 15, who said he was working in the concert hall’s coat check on the night of the attack, said that Crocus staff had been told about the possibility of a terrorist attack, not long after the March 7 public warning. “We were warned there could be terrorist attacks and we were instructed in what to do and where to take people,” Khalilov said in an interview with Dmitry Yegorov, a well-known Russian sports journalist, that was posted on YouTube. Khalilov said there had been stricter security checks at the venue, including with trained dogs.

Why security wasn’t increased and sustained after the initial warning remains unclear. It’s possible that Russian security services, seeing no attack materialize in the days soon after March 7, assumed the U.S. information was incorrect and let their guard down, some of the U.S. officials speculated.

Putin publicly ridiculed terrorism warnings from what he deemed “a number of official Western structures” during a meeting with top FSB officials on March 19. “You are well aware of them, so I will not go into details at this point,” Putin said, according to an official Kremlin transcript.

Putin emphasized that the FSB’s most important job was in Ukraine, as part of what he euphemistically called Russia’s “special military operation.” Putin equated Ukrainian forces with terrorists and suggested that they posed a direct threat to Russia. “The neo-Nazi Kyiv regime has also switched to terrorist tactics,” Putin said, including “attempts to recruit perpetrators of subversive and terrorist attacks targeting critical infrastructure and public spaces in Russia.”

After Russian authorities apprehended suspects in the Crocus City Hall attack, Putin and other senior leaders claimed that Kyiv had hired the operatives and made plans for them to escape to Ukraine, allegations that U.S. and Ukrainian officials have rejected.
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WE TRIED TO WARN THEM BUT THEY DIDN'T LISTEN
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>>1284232
>"...U.S. told Russia that Crocus City Hall was possible target of attack..."

And?

Bro the USA told itself it was the target of it's own false flag before 9/11 and before the Plandemic lmfao

Don't believe anything they didn't tell you not to say.

I don't know half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.
- John RRT, as B. Baggins, The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
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>why didn't you warn us?
We did
>why didn't you tell us who was going to do it?
We did
>why didn't you tell us where they were going to attack?
We did
>why didn't you tell us that you were being serious?
lmao

How are Russians taking this news?
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>>1284239
isis did it for a louie belt

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who
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>April 18, 2017
uh Anon are you okay?
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>>1284384
Kyle is a hyperpartisan, but I watch him anyways. He's a way better far leftist than the neo-tankies like Hasan
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>>1284384
April 18, 2017, 8:39 AM
Uh, hi newfag from R*ddit. Read the rules they didn't tell you about in the tranny Discord.

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https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2024/04/01/turley_democrats_have_created_this_false_narrative_that_biden_has_to_receive_money_directly_for_it_to_be_bribery_or_corruption.html
Democrats Have Created This False Narrative That Biden Had To Receive Money Directly For It To Be Bribery Or Corruption
GWU law professor Jonathan Turley comments on the "taunting" response from the Biden White House to Congressional Republicans' impeachment inquiry regarding the overseas business, this week on the "FOX News Sunday" panel.

"The president stands contradicted. I mean, he clearly lied when he said he had no knowledge of his son's business dealings. He was also clearly aware of and influence-peddling scheme and was the focus of it," Turley said. "What the Democrats have done successfully is create this false narrative he has to receive money directly for this to be corruption or bribery."

JONATHAN TURLEY: I thought was quite shocking to see the level of taunting of the House. This was one of the most important things that the Congress and the president could be involved in, an impeachment inquiry. And actually, when I testified in the Biden impeachment hearing I noted that [WH counsel's office spokesman Ian] Sams and others might be tripping some wires here. This is what got the Nixon White House in trouble, when the White House counsel and other offices got involved in the narrative.

There are serious questions here. There are 10 questions presented here. But he does not appear to answer them.

But the president stands contradicted. I mean, he clearly lied when he said he had no knowledge of his son's business dealings. He was also clearly aware of and influence-peddling scheme and was the focus of it. But what the Democrats have done successfully is create this false narrative that he has to receive money directly for this to be corruption or bribery. Federal courts have rejected that. They have said repeatedly that money going to family members is corruption.
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>>1284295
So you're saying Joe lied? Ah, slowly you begin to wake up...
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>>1284353
waking up every morning to desperate retards trying to keep a debunked conspiracy theory alive years after its been definitively investigated and debunked.
Comer and his impeachment squad gave this up years ago, and they've been scrabbling for any dirt they can.
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>>1284356
>Debunked
When and where?
>B-but the feds that all voted for Joe investigated themselves and said it was all fine
Uh huh.
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>>1284353
>So you're saying Joe lied?
Yes. Joe lied when he said the aid would be withheld. Lying is a part of international negotiations/politics.

What is wrong with you that you think politicians are honest? Lying generally makes someone a better politicians. The last president is under indictment for all the fraud. Hell, you can even get elected purely based on lies like that former House rep ALSO under indictment for all the fraud.

Lying liars lie.
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>>1284356
>Debunked
And here I was thinking 4chan had lost its sense of humour.

https://thehill.com/homenews/4566324-seven-kids-aged-12-to-17-injured-in-shooting-in-downtown-indianapolis-police/
weird the jews didn't post this. also let's guess the shooter's race
>shooter's race no reported
>one of the accomplices was a minor, no race reported
>no one died
>for some reason a 12 year old was out at 11:30 pm
>“Once again, we have a situation in which young people are resolving conflict with firearms, and it has to stop,” Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Deputy Chief Tanya Terry said during a press briefing. “Conflict should not lead to somebody pulling out a gun and trying to resolve it. The consequences are eternal.”
I wonder who could have done it
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>>1284219
weird fetish you got there, pajeet
>>1284033
notice how trannyjanny is fine with racism as long as its a jew writing it
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>>1284245
"jew" is not a race
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>>1284248
it literally is. its why israel gives those birthright trips to only racial jews and why if your race is jewish you get israeli citizenship
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>>1284256
jews say all kinds of crazy things like the world is 6000 years old and every animal you see was saved on Noah's Ark, doesn't mean it's real
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>>1284021
>shooter's race no reported
100% nigger
>one of the accomplices was a minor, no race reported
100% nigglet
>for some reason a 12 year old was out at 11:30 pm
nigger parenting
> young people are resolving conflict with firearms
nigger culture

>It turns out a company with $4 million in revenue and $58 million in losses might not be worth $8 billion, after all.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/trump-loses-dollar1-billion-as-his-media-companys-stock-plunges

Trump Media’s inexplicable ascent came crashing down on Monday, as shares of the social media firm plunged more than 21 percent, knocking roughly $ 1 billion off former President Donald Trump’s net worth.

Despite the precipitous drop, his 57 percent stake in the business is still worth over $3 billion.

The firm, which began trading last month after merging with a public shell company, has benefited from so-called “meme stock” investors who have driven up its share price despite its abysmal financial performance. In 2023, the company generated revenues of just $4.1 million and posted a loss of $58.2 million, according to public filings.

Even after Monday’s crash, the company is still worth over $6 billion on paper. Trump, who faces hundreds of millions of dollars in legal judgments, can’t yet sell his shares, due to a six-month lock-up provision for key company insiders.

Trump Media’s main product is Truth Social, a rival to X, the Elon Musk-owned platform formerly known as Twitter.

Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump.

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>>1284176
Keep moving the goalposts, it's all the same nonsense and should be taxed if they want to involved in the government business.
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>>1284179
> it's all the same nonsense
The hate speech laws, the anti-bds laws, the book bans etc aren't meant to benefit Christians anon.
Daily reminder that the difference between a conspiracy theory and reality is roughly eighteen months.
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>>1284182
Book bans are pushed by Christians, let's not pretend otherwise.
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>>1284098
>oh but except when Trump was trying to address China for four years straight
what did he do other than receive $15M from his formerly dormant chinese bank account and get 100s of chinese patents for his daughter?
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>>1284167
>Everyone who disagrees with me is a Russian
Sanest /news/fag.


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