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After Globalist Purge, Saudi Arabia Starts Reforming, Breaking Away From Sharia Law Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 17:10:09 Id: b75487 [Preview] No. 4303 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Saudi Arabia on Monday lifted a decades-long ban on cinemas, part of a series of social reforms by the powerful crown prince that are shaking up the Islamo-fascist kingdom.

"Commercial cinemas will be allowed to operate in the kingdom as of early 2018, for the first time in more than 35 years," the culture and information ministry said in a statement, adding that the government will begin licensing cinemas immediately.

Reviving cinemas would represent a paradigm shift in the kingdom, which is promoting entertainment as part of a sweeping reform plan dubbed "Vision 2030", despite opposition from Islamic extremists.

"This marks a watershed moment in the development of the cultural economy in the kingdom," information minister Awwad Alawwad said in the statement.

But that's not all...

Saudi Arabia has allowed women into the national stadium for the first time as it launched celebrations to mark the 87th anniversary of its founding with an unprecedented array of concerts and performances.

As well as allowing women to attend an operetta at the stadium in Riyadh on Saturday night, another concert in the Red Sea city of Jeddah featured 11 Arab musicians, plus fireworks, air acrobatics and traditional folk dance shows.

On Sept. 26, Saudi Arabia granted its female citizens the right to drive, reversing a decades-long prohibition.

The latest in a number of changes shaking the Islamic foundations of the kingdom, this widely publicized reform occurred in the wake of dozens of high-profile arrests.

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President Donald Trump's Soda And Tap Water Laced With Sedative Drug, Melania On Alert Reader 12/09/2017 (Sat) 00:40:43 Id: f5c1de [Preview] No. 4236 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
First Lady Melania Trump claims there is a secret poisoner in the White House and fears her husband is being slowly poisoned with “heavy sedatives” smuggled into his drinks in an attempt to slow him down, control him, and discredit his presidency, according to reports.

While public debate rages about Donald Trump’s health, Melania has told friends and associates that the once robust and high energy man she knew and loved has been replaced with a “slower, damaged version”.

“By 8pm he is slurring,” she said. “This is not the man I know.”

Fearing that the sedatives are being pumped into the body of the POTUS via Coca-Cola that he orders by pressing a button he had installed on the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office, Melania has insisted he stop drinking from the tap and instead revert to drinking from cans she brings herself.

“Donald’s heath improved out of sight when he stopped drinking from the tap,” Melania said.

However the First Lady fears the active campaign to poison the president is “a high level operation” and “not the work of a solitary loon.”

Melania is popular in the White House—as she is with the rest of the country—and she has befriended senior intelligence agency staff who remain loyal to president. They have educated her about Ronald Regan’s poisoning by the Deep State after his assassination attempt in 1981. They have also warned her that George W. Bush was reduced to a “brain damaged” state after years of steady poisoning.

But the advantage Trump may hold over his GOP predecessors in the Oval Office is that he has a wife who is wise to the ruse and is insisting he watch his food and drink intake closely for signs of adulteration.

Donald Trump’s food choices say a lot about the man. The president’s Howard Hughes-level pickiness when it comes to food is partly motivated by a desire to avoid being poisoned, according to Melania. He doesn’t trust those around him – and rightfully so.

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Reader 12/09/2017 (Sat) 04:54:02 Id: b2e2fa [Preview] No.4248 del
So two sides of the same coin? Makes sense. Its obvious he'd support Israel way before the whole Jerusalem decision, in fact Trump promised to support Israel during his campaign so its not all that shocking a revelation. But in all honesty its just as bad as someone like (((Soros))) supporting radical Islam. Both sides are fucking pricks, both Jews and Muslims are extremists and I really wish anons would condemn both groups rather than one or the other. The Middle East is full of fucking hateful fascistic savages.

Reader 12/09/2017 (Sat) 06:52:54 Id: b3eaf4 [Preview] No.4250 del
Muslims can hardly be defined as fascists. Fascism implies order and control with a dictator in charge. They're chaotic fuckwits with a shit semitic religion just like Judaism. The issue is media controlled by ((them)) preventing Crusades against followers of Islam for actually committing the crimes they commit. History typically repeats itself. "Tolerance and understanding" are being pushed as they rape and murder our people. Of course their problem is having latched onto that religion of theirs. The more intelligent threat should be removed before the other is eliminated. These were being passed around. Thought I'd share them.

Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 00:18:54 Id: 438463 [Preview] No.4267 del
>Fascism implies order and control with a dictator in charge.

Not necessarily. Hitler, Suharto and Mussolini were not dictators, they were all elected into power. But regardless, fascism is when the State consolidates and militarizes control over the economy; conquest and occupation of foreign land usually follows, as fascist economies typically benefit/profiteer at the expense of lives, freedoms and sovereignty (what tends to profit most are defense contractors / weapons dealerships, companies selling surveillance systems, private contractors / humint services, state-run media and propaganda outlets, etc). Other industry does exist, and so does the market place, but often very controlled and highly regulated as to keep the masses dependent and subservient. Nationalism and pride is often flaunted a general characteristic but not necessarily accurate: fascism depends more on fear and intimidation rather than true patriotism.

Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 03:00:51 Id: d7e5ba [Preview] No.4289 del
Yep, we are fucked.

Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 16:16:04 Id: 5bd851 [Preview] No.4301 del
The president should not be eating junk food and drinking soda. What the hell is he thinking? I live better than that and I'm not rich at all.

Russia May Turn To Oil-Backed Cryptocurrency To Challenge Sanctions and The Petrodollar Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 15:37:44 Id: efd714 [Preview] No. 4299 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>>>/news/3766 (https://archive.fo/amXmU)
>>>/news/3785 (https://archive.fo/fDO6o)
>>>/news/4037 (https://archive.fo/T6Nsu)
>>>/news/4279 (https://archive.fo/9gAoP)

The gradual acceptance of digital currencies, with major exchanges about to launch bitcoin futures trading, may prompt some oil producing nations to ditch the US dollar in crude trade in favor of cryptocurrencies, an oil analyst says.

As RT reports, Russia, Iran and Venezuela have more than one thing in common.

All three are major oil producing nations dependent on the dollar since the global crude market is traditionally dominated by contracts denominated in US currency.

Moscow, Tehran and Caracas are also facing US sanctions; penalties which are proving effective since the sanctioned countries are dependent on the US dollar to sell their crude.

A decentralized currency – allowing anonymous transactions along with blockchain technology support to facilitate oil contracts – may be the ideal tool to allow the oil producing trio to turn their back on the greenback.

“The advent of cryptocurrencies, therefore, represents a fresh catalyst for commodity-producing countries wishing to abandon the dollar as a means of payment for oil,” said Stephen Brennock, oil analyst at PVM Oil Associates, in a research note seen by CNBC.

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Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 15:38:15 Id: efd714 [Preview] No.4300 del
Last week, Venezuela announced it will launch its own cryptocurrency, the “Petro,” which will be backed by the country’s vast natural resource reserves.

Russia, China and Iran are currently pursuing currency swap agreements to eliminate the US dollar from trade.

One of the world's biggest crude importers, China, has also announced the launch of the petro-yuan to replace the greenback in oil transactions.

While currency swaps are being considered, cryptocurrencies, once they become less volatile, offer several advantages.

Instead of using various national currencies, they provide a common currency for countries seeking to avoid using the dollar.

They are also universal and flexible, easily convertible back to national currencies.

Cryptocurrencies provide yet another advantage to countries facing international sanctions.

They are anonymous and decentralized, which limits the effect of US economic sanctions on trade deals for countries like Russia, Iran and Venezuela.

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Deliberate Destabilization: ISIS-Inspired Muslim 'Refugee' In Custody After NYC Pipe Bomb Terror Attack Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 15:00:26 Id: 858f7d [Preview] No. 4297 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This is what happens when officials allow illegals to flood into the country unvetted. Travel Ban should be re-instated for radicalized nations!

One person is reportedly in custody after an underground explosion - which some speculated as a pipe bomb - took place at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

According to the NYPD News twitter feed, the New York Police Department responded to reports of an explosion of unknown origin at Port Authority, located 42nd Street and 8th Ave, in Manhattan, while the A, C and E line are being evacuated at this time.

Update: The Terrorist in NYC attack is injured and in custody. Bomb exploded prematurely. The suspect is a Muslim man from Brooklyn, east Flatbush area, Investigators are on the way to his home, for further investigations.

The New York Post reports, an ISIS-inspired Bangladeshi national set off an homemade explosive device at the Port Authority Bus Terminal subway station Monday morning, law enforcement sources said.

The suspected bomber – a 27-year-old who lived in Brooklyn – had wires attached to him and was armed with a five-inch metal pipe bomb and battery pack as he walked through the Manhattan transit hub, sources said. Two law enforcement sources have identified the suspect as Ullah Akayed.

Police took the man into custody.

Former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that the man was inspired by ISIS and originally from Bangladesh.

There was at least one injury and the wounded was the suspect. The man, who was seriously injured, was taken to Bellevue Hospital.

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BRICS Planned Alternative Gold Market Could Mean Severe Consequences for Western Governments, And Civilian Lifestyles Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 02:00:06 Id: 073eea [Preview] No. 4270 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/3597 ; >>>/news/3995

Many people forget that the original dollar reserve currency agreement in 1946 was based on a gold standard. And it was only through the corruption of the U.S. government, as well as the desires of central banks to remove the metal from backing global currencies, that we reside in the debt fueled financial monstrosity we have today.

But through a combination of technological as well as geopolitical changes taking place over the past decade, there is a clarion call occurring that is seeking a way to return to the gold standard in some form or fashion. And it may be coming from the coalition known as the BRICS, who's planned gold trade platform could not only mean severe consequences to the West's stranglehold over the gold markets, but could also put a dagger into the heart of the reserve currency itself.

The BRICS counties are considering starting an internal gold trading platform, according to Russian officials. When this happens, the global economy will be significantly reshaped, and the West will lose its dominance, predicts a precious metals expert.

In 2016, 24,338 tons of physical gold were traded, which was 43 percent more than in 2015, according to Claudio Grass, of Precious Metal Advisory Switzerland.

Gold moving from the West to the East

“We have to put the BRICS initiative into a broader context. It is just part of a geopolitical tectonic shift which started decades ago. We have seen a constant outflow of physical gold from the West to the East. At the same time, the West has lost the economic war, and as a consequence, the focus now turns to the financial system. China dominates the world economy and has displaced the US as the world’s most formidable economic powerhouse,” he told RT.

The creation of a new gold standard by BRICS is also a step to end the US dollar’s domination of the global economy

“As Bejing and Moscow understand that America used the dollar to control the world, by implementing a new kind of ‘Gold standard 2.0’ they want to distance themselves from this control. Furthermore, the vast majority of the people in Asia sees gold as superior, or ‘real’ money, something the West has forgotten, because of all the paper wealth (credit) they have accumulated,” said Grass.

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Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 03:47:32 Id: c5e11c [Preview] No.4271 del
>And it was only through the corruption of the U.S. government, as well as the desires of central banks to remove the metal from backing global currencies, that we reside in the debt fueled financial monstrosity we have today.

Yep. We could be waging another global war like we always do to excuse rationing out goods as a reset to the economy, but instead we have this stupid fiat money debt that's totally lame and the row of zeroes makes me feel like a loser.

Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 19:04:04 Id: 01ec40 [Preview] No.4282 del
Well according to a recent report from RAND (a military think tank) if we were to wage another world war against Russia and China, we'd likely lose. Yes, they recently admit that. And to tell you the truth I would not be surprised at all about that. Our military resources are already heavily strained in the Middle East, we can't even win wars against smaller third world nations (especially when Russia intervenes like they did in Syria), troop recruitment is way down - so much so that our military has offered to sign up drug addicts and trannies (no, I kid you not, look it up), the level of our debt is already insolvent so just imagine the burdens to fund a third world war... almost half of our bombers can't even make it off the runways when we ran war drills around South Korea. Utter humiliation on our part.

In all honesty, we can't win a world war at this point. All China and Russia would have to do is push the financial 'reset button', stop their exports into America and dump the US T-bonds and the American government would be scrambling like chickens with their heads cut off.

My prediction is China and Russia will be the new superpowers, they'll spare us some pain by incrementally creeping away from the US petrodollar and at some point will demand us to revalue everything (including gold and silver). This would likely cause a 50% devaluation of our currency which would double the prices of every kind of commodity and asset we buy from China and the other nations. They'll slowly ween off of the dollar, as we'll be forced to allow foreign entities to buy up our mineral and resource rights around the United States.

Socialism (Keynesian economics) didn't work very well for us, did it?

Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 19:26:24 Id: c5e11c [Preview] No.4283 del
>Socialism (Keynesian economics) didn't work very well for us, did it?
It didn't. We really need monetarism to force people into buying war bonds with their labor on pain of death if they won't, even in peacetime. Especially in peacetime. Keynesian project might work in eras where there's an excuse to kill the poor anyway whether they work or not, so people who are feeling too free can be discarded on a whim. Namely, martial law. That's what China did right, outperforming USA.

Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 19:31:02 Id: c5e11c [Preview] No.4284 del
Keynesian economics turns discounted living necessities into war bonds, but given the option people just won't buy, turning for luxuries instead. It just won't function because of human nature.

Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 14:00:06 Id: 5c0279 [Preview] No.4294 del
I strongly disagree for several reasons:

1) Keynesian economic policy has NEVER worked throughout human history and NEVER will. You can't depend on endless debt, currency manipulation (aka fraud), bailouts and endless welfare forever, at some point other countries won't put up with it, or the workers in those countries stop putting up with it. Its just an unfair and thoroughly failed system. Look at the long history of fiat currencies: every single one has devalued to nothing.

2) By forcing people to purchase war bonds is like forcing people to obey an insolvent and failed strategy. Its not very fair for workers, and endless war is just a stupid and psychotic policy that will end whatever Empire is doing it (US will not be excluded from the consequences of history either). Not to mention that taxpayers in the US already do pay for military budgets anyway, so it won't change much of our reality at this point.

3) War bonds will only enrich the highly corrupted elites (like the Rothschilds and big banks). War should NEVER be declared unless an enemy actually strikes you first (and it should be investigated and proven before you declare war too).

I'm no pacifist either: if another country bombed some civilians in our own country I'd say nuking their asses would be a good idea. Don't get me wrong about the whole thing, war should not be for profit, it should be used as a declaration for vengeance and defense. Similar to a gun owner shooting a robber who busted into his/her home.

That being said I have a much better idea. Live and let live. We should use our own resources, our own land, industrialize the country and declare our sovereignty, be an armed and well prepared, but also prosperous, nation. Make sure that lines are drawn in the sand when it comes to our own sovereignty and just try to get along with other countries. If other countries don't respect us, we don't have to respect them either, we can go our own separate ways. No big deal. War should only be declared if we are attacked and need to defend ourselves.

Italian Populist Party Tells Globalist Joe Biden To Shut Up After He Throws A Russia Tantrum Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 13:38:49 Id: c92c17 [Preview] No. 4293 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Italy’s populist Five Star Movement and the Lega Nord have both fired back at former U.S. vice president Joe Biden who claimed that Russia and Vladimir Putin is helping the parties win elections.

Mr Biden made the remarks in an article for the journal Foreign Affairs ,writing that a “Russian effort is now underway to support the nationalist Northern League and the populist Five Star Movement in Italy’s upcoming parliamentary elections”.

Matteo Salvini, leader of the Lega Nord, or Northern League, took exception to the former Vice President’s remarks, saying Italy’s ruling Democratic party “will lose the elections, because the Italians have good sense, not because they want Putin”, La Repubblica reports.

The Five Star Movement (M5S), whose candidate Virginia Raggi became Mayor of Rome last year, wrote a reply to Biden on Facebook saying: “Today Biden says it is Russia’s fault, as he says it is Russia’s fault that Trump won and his party lost, Biden goes further and says Russia is helping the 5 Star Movement. He does not bring any evidence, this is unacceptable.”

Even the Democratic party expressed shock at Biden’s remarks, with MP Michele Anzaldi calling for Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano to meet with the U.S. and Russian ambassadors to talk urgently about the issue.

“The weighty and detailed accusations launched by former US Vice President Joe Biden on the interference of Russia on the Italian elections are truly disturbing and leave one shocked,” Anzaldi said.

Populists Crush Center-Left Social Democrats in Sicily Elections


— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) November 7, 2017

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Governments That Are Publicly Denouncing Cryptocurrencies Are Secretly Investing In Bitcoin Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 16:21:58 Id: e28e12 [Preview] No. 4279 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In recent weeks, the People's Bank of China and various Chinese Bitcoin exchanges have played a tense game of back and forth negotiations, leading two exchanges to suspend Bitcoin withdrawals and causing the price of Bitcoin to plummet around the world. The Chinese government is interested in regulating the exchanges and keeping tighter control over information about customers and transactions. While this interplay is far from resolved, it is important to note as well that China is a major player in the Bitcoin market, and particularly when it comes to Bitcoin mining. What does this mean for the ongoing negotiations between Chinese exchanges and the Chinese government, as well as for the global Bitcoin market?

While watching the meteoric rise in Bitcoin and the other cryptocurrencies, I can’t help but think the banks are involved in this somehow. You could say I can smell a RAT. There is a lot of money coming into Bitcoin from the Chinese, which a lot of people assume are investors. But I want to throw out another theory of the rise; The Chinese Government and their central bank are constantly looking for ways to diversify out of the US dollar. The buying spree the Chinese Government is undertaking is unprecedented; this money is flowing into everything, so why not Bitcoin. What a perfect way for the Chinese government to get rid of some of the mountains of US treasuries they have, and at the same time secretly undermining the reserve status of the US dollar, by encouraging other competitors. There is also another added bonus of the Chinese government pushing up crypto’s, this would steer money looking for a safe haven away from silver and gold allowing them to continue amassing vast quantities of precious metals as cheap as possible. I personally will not be participating in the rise of Bitcoin with my hard earned money! For me I will go with silver and gold. They are the only assets that have stood the test of time against a countless number of tyrants for thousands of years of human history. Precious metals are still fighting the good fight for all of us against the money controllers.


Russia is planning to expand its bitcoin-mining industry to rival China as the world's largest mining market, according to Bloomberg reports.

Bitcoin consultants warn that if Russia looks at regulating Bitcoin, this could potentially affect the price and widespread support for Bitcoin within the investing community. It is also important to note that Russia does not see Bitcoin as a currency but as a digital asset.

Michael Parsons, a bitcoin entrepreneur at the UK Digital Currency Association, explains the Russian authorities have been trying over the years to ban bitcoin. But this view softened over the last year or so, hence movements from RMC and others. That's, in part, a result of a shift in how Bitcoin is viewed.

"Earlier this year, Elvira Nabiullina, governor of the Russian Central Bank, explained that she views bitcoin as a digital asset rather than a virtual currency, and this is how Bitcoin should be thought about with regards to future regulation," Parsons said.

"By moving into Bitcoin mining, Russia would support the mining decentralization of Bitcoin, providing an additional significant Bitcoin mining participation to balance the mining by other large groups and mining pools especially the large bitcoin mining farms concentrated in China," Parsons said.


Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 16:22:23 Id: e28e12 [Preview] No.4280 del
Bulgaria’s GDP is about $52.4 billion (2016), so it is quite a shock that the Bulgarian Government is sitting on an approximate $3 billion worth of Bitcoins seized in an anti-corruption operation back in May.

Putting this into a little more glaring context, Bulgaria is holding 18% of the national debt in bitcoins...

Fun fact: today's bitcoin prices have been interesting enough that there was a significant difference in how much Bulgaria had in USD between me writing this story and my editor editing it.

— Nikhilesh De (@nikhileshde) December 7, 2017

Bulgarian law enforcement jointly worked with the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELC), a regional organization comprised of 12 member states, to bust a sophisticated organized-crime network, arresting twenty-three Bulgarian nationals and seizing a total of 213,519 bitcoins.


Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 16:25:46 Id: e28e12 [Preview] No.4281 del
PS: they do the same thing with gold and silver. They claim "oh no, that's not real money, you don't need that, just use our paper legal tender and shut up goyim!" ... Meanwhile they are hoarding as much gold and silver as possible inside secret vaults. Why? Because it is real money, it does hold value, governments just don't want YOU (the goyim) to have any of it when their legal tender hyperinflates.

Reader 12/11/2017 (Mon) 07:56:39 Id: 4d9616 [Preview] No.4292 del
That's why I'm poor :(

Bureaucrat Exodus From State Department Signals Swamp Drain Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 15:35:29 Id: 7c140b [Preview] No. 4277 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
An award-winning U.S. diplomat who was seen as a rising star at the State Department has issued a scathing resignation letter, accusing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the Donald Trump administration of undercutting the State Department and damaging America’s influence in the world.

Elizabeth Shackelford, who most recently served as a political officer based in Nairobi for the U.S. mission to Somalia, wrote to Tillerson that she reluctantly had decided to quit because the administration had abandoned "human rights" as a priority and shown disdain for the State Department’s diplomatic work, according to her letter, obtained by Foreign Policy.

“I have deep respect for the career Foreign and Civil Service staff who, despite the stinging disrespect this Administration has shown our profession, continue the struggle to keep our foreign policy on the positive trajectory necessary to avert global disaster in increasingly dangerous times,” Shackelford wrote in her Nov. 7 letter, which is published below. One phrase was redacted on Shackelford’s request.

“With each passing day, however, this task grows more futile, driving the Department’s experienced and talented staff away in ever greater numbers,” she wrote.

Her former colleagues said her departure — and the sentiments expressed in her letter — reflect a wider exodus of midcareer diplomats who have lost confidence in Tillerson’s management and the Trump administration’s approach toward "diplomacy."

Considering the State Department had become highly corrupted, supporting globalists initiatives that undermined American interests (such as deliberate destabilization policies around the globe, as well as arming Libyan and Syrian "moderate rebels" ie Islamic terrorists, this come to a huge relief for most American citizens.


Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 15:38:41 Id: 7c140b [Preview] No.4278 del
>served as a political officer based in Nairobi for the U.S. mission to Somalia

I wonder if it is only a "coincidence" that many 'migrants' flooding into Europe and previously into the US were actually Somalians?

Would not surprise me one bit if the State Department was coordinating this with other third world dictatorships.

North Dakota Oil Rig Workers Suspected of Kidnapping Native American Women and Raping Them Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 01:21:23 Id: 7eb134 [Preview] No. 4269 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The recent disappearance of a 32-year-old mother has shed new light on the growing problem of violence against women that live near the booming oil fields of North Dakota. Over a month ago, Olivia Lone Bear went missing from Fort Berthold Reservation and has not been heard from since.

In a recent interview, lawyer Mary Kathryn Nagle, who is helping the family with the investigation, pointed out that violence against women in this particular area has been steadily increasing since the oil companies came to town.

“We have the highest rates across the United States, again, in Indian Country, of violence, but in particular in North Dakota, where the rates of oil extraction have skyrocketed since 2005 in the Bakken oil boom. As a result of that, over 100,000 men from outside the state of North Dakota have moved to the state of North Dakota to live in man camps that the oil companies have set up. And unfortunately, as Senator Heidi Heitkamp has noted, as the former U.S. Attorney for the state of North Dakota has noted, the resulting rates of violence, drug of course, and crime and burglary have skyrocketed, but also in particular, domestic violence and sexual assault, including rape and sex trafficking,” Nagle said.

“Numerous leaders both at the state and federal level have now noticed that North Dakota — some of the towns in North Dakota within the Bakken boom and some within the Fort Berthold reservation, where Olivia is from, now some have some of the highest rates of sex trafficking in the United States,” she added.

Pop-up trailer cities where tens of thousands of oil workers come to live have become known locally as “man camps.” These camps are filled with workers who have been shipped in from all over the country, and while the majority of them are just trying to take any job they can get in a tough economy, there is a very dangerous criminal element that goes unchecked in and around these camps.

According to the Boston Globe, there are over 35 corporations extracting oil and “man camps” that stretch for miles just on the Fort Berthold reservation alone. A 2013 report in the Bismark Tribune showed rates of crime increasing across the board in the state, with Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem placing the blame directly on the growing oil industry and the camps that come along with it. More recent numbers show that the state’s crime rate increased by nearly 10% in 2015 and has stayed at that level, despite a slight increase of less than a percentage point in 2016.

North Dakota U.S. Attorney Tim Purdon told the AP that,

Our police and prosecutors are going to have to adapt to keep pace. We have organized criminal gangs selling drugs, sex trafficking, and out-of-state flim-flam men coming in. And the cases have become more and more complicated.


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Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 12:12:07 Id: e6df63 [Preview] No.4273 del
Putting $10 down now, it's mexicans or niggers.

Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 15:27:16 Id: c15021 [Preview] No.4275 del
That's pretty much what the redskins are into. Avoid and villainize the white man because muh genocide. http://www.momentmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Christopher-Columbus.pdf I knew one who had steady white men with secure futures falling over her, desperate to shove their dick in and end their bloodline. She refused to leave her beaner, then killed herself.

Pentagon "Loses Track" Of 44,000 Soldiers Reader 12/10/2017 (Sun) 00:56:10 Id: 494676 [Preview] No. 4268 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/4244

America's "global military presence" is not hyperbole, but a literal fact, as a new Department of Defense study has found that US military personnel are stationed in literally every nation on the earth. The report bluntly confirms that, "The United States has military personnel in nearly every country in the world, ranging from two liaison officers in Fiji to tens of thousands from all of the service branches in Japan and Germany, according to the report."

But perhaps more important and equally absurd (when one considers the original beginnings of the humble "republic" envisioned by founders like Madison and Jefferson) is the fact that America's world-wide military presence is such that the Pentagon itself can't track how many US service members are deployed where. A new bombshell article in Stars and Stripes military newspaper is non-ironically headlined, "Report: 44,000 ‘unknown’ military personnel stationed around the world".


The Stripes article opens with a line that would seem straight out of the Onion, yet matter-of-factly states, "The U.S. military has more than 44,000 troops across the globe that the Pentagon claims it cannot track, according to a recent report."

The Pentagon's system for accounting troop deployment numbers, maintained by the Defense Manpower Data Center under the Office of the Secretary of Defense, lists up to 44,000 troops in a country location category labeled "Unknown".

The report has come to light after a series of recent Pentagon press briefings on military actions in the Middle East and Africa which left journalists scratching their heads. For example the latest DoD admission that there are "about 2,000 troops in Syria" - four times the previously acknowledged figure - came after a late October Pentagon presser wherein an Army spokesman told reporters that 4,000 troops were deployed to Syria, after which he awkwardly walked back the statement less than 30 seconds later, saying "I'm sorry I mispoke there - there are approximately 500 troops in Syria".

And when news broke of the October 4 ambush and deaths of four elite Green Beret soldiers in Niger, the immediate reaction voiced among congressional leaders and echoed generally in the media was: "we have troops in Niger?" - after which it came to light that the US has at least 6,000 military personnel spread across the African continent, though few knew of AFRICOM's (US Africa Command) dangerously burgeoning number of undisclosed daily missions.

“We are not at a point where we can give numbers other than those officially stated,” said Army Col. Rob Manning, quoted in Stripes. Though as Stripes acknowledges it appears that this is due more to the Pentagon simply not knowing where it has stationed thousands of troops rather than the officially stated reasons of "secrecy" and force protection from enemies. The Army spokesman further asserted, “Our commitment is to be as transparent as we can, within the constraints of operation security,” but it's also that case that, "The Pentagon acknowledged in a statement that it has no good way to track how many service members are stationed overseas, where they are and when they were there," according to Stripes.

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