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Trump Admin prepares official arrest charges for Assange Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 14:02:24 Id: ae20f9 [Preview] No. 39497 [Reply]
h ttps://w ww.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-20/us-preparing-charges-arrest-wikileaks-founder-julian-assange

>In a stunning new report, CNN has just revealed, according to anonymous sources at least, that US authorities have prepared charges and will seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for intelligence leaks dating all the way back to 2010.
>This latest revelation comes after CIA Director Mike Pompeo ramped up the Trump administration's rhetoric against WikiLeaks describing it as a "non-state hostile intelligence service" earlier this week. Ironically, as we noted this morning, Pompeo's comments can just days before the FBI and CIA admitted that they are searching for an "insider" at the CIA (not a Russian) who exposed thousands of top-secret documents that described CIA tools used to penetrate smartphones, smart televisions and computer systems
>Of course, it's unclear what immediate purpose the charges will serve given that Assange is holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for the sole purpose of avoiding political persecution. That said, somehow we suspect that some form of 'leverage' is about to be applied against Ecuador to help them 'remember' that they have other immediate and critically important uses for Assange's London bedroom.
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Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 09:15:29 Id: 99fbe9 [Preview] No. 39582 del
>>39535
What exactly did Assange accomplish in fighting those he was supposedly fighting against? He is obviously a very smart man, and he has a lot of compromising data (supposedly). Based on his track record (and bias towards one side in a political puppet show, which is a red flag on it's own), we can conclude that he is either much less threatening than he wants us to believe, or more likely a complete puppet/actor himself.

Snowden probably has a same role, but more as a mole / double agent sent to give misleading information to the Russians and gather intel on them. But this is just a suspicion, he is much more legit than Assange anyway.

>us-based kikes
>isreali-based kikes

False. They both work for the same goal, the only difference being their approach to achieving it. Atlanticist kikes (followers of Zbigniew Brzezinski line of thought) want to implement globalism with US as it's main enforcer, while Regionalist/Eurasianist kikes (followers of Kissinger line of thought) want to include Russia as an equal partner and separate the world in regions and illusory spheres of influence (all ruled by them).

They are trying both approaches at the same time, and will go on with the one that proves to work better. Just like they tried communism and capitalism back in the day, and eventually chose capitalism because it proved much more efficient in herding the goyim.


Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 17:18:32 Id: 9b066c [Preview] No. 39601 del
I remember during the election when wikileaks tweeted something about how both sides are controlled and how one canidate is a pied piper. 8chan went ape shit thinking wikileaks was comprimised. Looking back, I think someone might have tried to spread the truth and got shut down, so they went to 8chan and started damage controlling. Either that, or it's the jews getting brazen.


Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 18:32:40 Id: ca2a57 [Preview] No. 39606 del
>>39532
>They'll take it to highly sophisticated technophiliacs that will be able to punish the principals by directly maximizing profiting from the information by putting it to use.
Meanwhile, govs will use imageboards to publish whatever limited hangout they want to push next.


Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 19:50:57 Id: 3aa3e9 [Preview] No. 39610 del
>>39601
I remember that quite well anon, suddenly 8gag went from worship wikileaks to suggesting it was controlled opposition and they shut down anyone trying to defend them. Just laugh and watch it all burn now


Anonymous 04/23/2017 (Sun) 01:42:07 Id: 210578 [Preview] No. 39635 del
>>39582
>False. They both work for the same goal

hmmm...
nah you get that wrong. if one jew sits in the mud and the other one is rich,
if one has global control and the other one controls button on his keyboard there will be tensions.
and in most cases even a jew cares for his family and own future first

the most important aspect is the money power control. its simply not possible to have two business clusters because the market does always eat one or the other side.
that simply is a scientific psychological matter.

why should a jew in usa give a shit about israeli jews who are mostly polaks, moroncanians and even niggers
especially if the jews in israel then go and do things like wrecking the uss-liberty etc, so the us-jew then is hated by non-jews in the usa.



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PETRY QUITS AFD Anonymous 04/19/2017 (Wed) 17:15:17 [Preview] No. 39371 [Reply]
PETRY QUITS AFD
NO YEAR OF REBELLION 4 U GOY

>Frauke Petry, co-leader of the AfD, said on Wednesday she would not lead the anti-immigration party's campaign for the federal election

h ttps://w ww.reuters.com/article/us-germany-election-afd-idUSKBN17L1LC?il=0
h ttps://archive.fo/jawus

Well after the Netherlands vote, it's clear that the agencies and actors behind the Alt-Right can't jump the language gap :^).

I'm not sure if the same will hold true for the French elections, since English has a significant French vocabulary...


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 01:07:52 Id: 988f15 [Preview] No. 39384 del
Frauke Petry is the short-haired brunette MILF, right?


Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 16:55:12 Id: 070aea [Preview] No. 39599 del
h ttps://w ww.youtube.com/watch?&v=2WoXwBVQBMU

Meuthen gassed the Crypto Kike Petry

Things are going to be much accelerated once this fake snake is gone.


Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 19:07:45 Id: 6c1722 [Preview] No. 39608 del
they went back to 5-7%.
the germans are just too stupid.



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Executive Order Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 21:22:40 Id: 615e6d [Preview] No. 39540 [Reply]
...ok so this financial services executive order says a few things which sound breddy gud but lack substance, then ends with a caveat making the order seem like nothing more than lip service. Can some elder zionists please explain if this order is worth the paper it's written on.

Example excerpts:

>CORE PRINCIPLES FOR REGULATING
THE UNITED STATES FINANCIAL SYSTEM

>Section 1. Policy. It shall be the policy of my Administration to regulate the United States financial system in a manner consistent with the following principles of regulation, which shall be known as the Core Principles:

>(b) prevent taxpayer-funded bailouts;

> Sec. 3. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

>(i) the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or

>(b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

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Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 01:34:08 Id: b883c4 [Preview] No. 39563 del
>>39540
>prevent taxpayer-funded bailouts
easy peasy, the gov't just borrows bailout money and gives it to the bank
tax payer dollars account for not a whole lot of the US governments expenses


Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 11:15:59 Id: e66bee [Preview] No. 39590 del
>>39563
You've got a keen eye, I missed that.

So the US has a nice $443 billion budget deficit forecast for 2017 & beyond, we've still got all the factors that 'brought about' the '08 crash, most economies running close to or more than 100% national debt to GDP, most of the large economies running budget deficits and 8 years of artificially low interest rates etc etc etc etc etc etc etc

This is a call to all bankers. Join the list:

William Broeksmit
Martin Senn
Jan Peter Schmittmann
Thomas J Hughes
Edmund Reilly
James McDonald
Robert Wilson
Carsten Schloter
Naseem Mubeen
Moritz Erhardt

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Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 17:12:31 Id: b883c4 [Preview] No. 39600 del
>>39590
That's probably a low forecast, government spending is expected to jump up and there's a pretty good likelihood of several industries imploding in the US soon such as auto industry, natural resources especially oil, and certain sectors of fiance . All these sectors will certainly get bailouts regardless of rhetoric



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Where do you get your news? Anonymous 04/13/2017 (Thu) 23:45:53 Id: adc2c9 [Preview] No. 38948 [Reply]
Over the past months as I became more acutely aware of the propaganda games of the corporate media I have been searching for news sites, organizations, subscriptions, monthly papers or anything else that delivers unbiased, in-depth coverage and has been consistently un-cucked in it's formulation, information is power, they control the info distribution, they control the narratives we debate about, they control the mass opinions we so hate. So where do you all go for the hot takes and the information to free the mind?
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Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 14:42:40 Id: 502ecc [Preview] No. 39434 del
The best thing you can do is take the news from their place of origin, political and laws news from government sites, scientific news can be get in scientific magazines or sites which use scientific publication as source, for war news i recommend you use the site h ttps://liveuamap.com/, and for general news i recommend you watch rt channel at youtube.


Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 22:29:08 Id: baf4fa [Preview] No. 39544 del
h ttps://redefininggod.com/
This dude has helped me realize what's really going on more than anything else has. Reading the site is a huge step in the right direction to understanding both current and past events, how they fit together, the groups involved, and the shit they're likely going to try to pull off in the future (why/how/when/where).
The man that made this site is a genuinely great guy. There's no ads, no begging for donations, he doesn't sell products, no flashy/fancy webpage designs to catch the attention of idiots, he hasn't even given out his full name. Ever. Just his first name, Ken, and 2 pictures of him to prove he's a real human being.
It's obvious he's not in it for fame, fortune or status. He just wants to inform people of important facts in hope that his writings will help in some way. And he's good at it.
And yes, I'm fucking shilling hard for this guy, because I hate the fact that millions of people read/watch, believe and spread shit disinfo sites like Infowars, which is a giant detriment to our progress, while helpful, good sites like this get almost no traffic.

> tl;dr - Just visit the fucking site and read some articles, you'll save a shitload of time otherwise wasted on wading through oceans of bullshit and lies.


Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 22:45:18 Id: 193153 [Preview] No. 39551 del
>>39544
Has his prediction changed at all since Trump pushed for war in Syria?

iirc the prediction from an article I read last year was that Trump would full-on shill for Russia/BRICS/Assad, but that didn't happen. I think he had an alternate theory that Trump would be impeached and Ryan as president would declare war


Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 23:10:17 Id: baf4fa [Preview] No. 39554 del
>>39551
His prediction is still that (they) are trying to remove the P5 nations veto-rights and millitarize the UN by any means necessary, and there are a lot of ways they could make this happen. The Trump/Ryan prediction is just one of many possible scenarios. His latest article is really interesting, by the way.
Even though some of his theories may turn out to be wrong, he never fails to point out important information and shed light on peculiar event-chains that most people would otherwise never pay attention to. He also manages to spread information in a way that is actually beneficial and uplifting, instead of causing despair/fear and being downright destructive, like most other "alt-media" sites. I personally find his articles to be of great aid in seeing/understanding the big picture.

And I fully believe that his predictions about the reformation of the UN are true. How else would they enforce Agenda 2030?


Anonymous 04/22/2017 (Sat) 15:45:11 Id: 912aff [Preview] No. 39597 del
>>38982
The COG controls us all.



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News: Bill O'Reily got dismissed for sexual harassment Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 01:27:29 Id: 6fc02d [Preview] No. 39388 [Reply]
No surprise, Fox News has a history of paying off women. Good riddance though, he was an idiot pushing disinformation to millions. The question is who will they hire to replace him? The 69 year old boomer generation like to have an old man who can "Just tell it like it is, l," confirm their biases, interrupt the guests every eight seconds and steer the conversation and facts.
h ttps://mobile.reuters.com/article/BigStory12/idUSKBN17L25V

I know families that used to listen to O'Reily every night. Boomers are like entertainment drug-addicts, they are the Zombie generation, and they will need to get another fix before they wake up and think for themselves, and get cranky. I could post a picture of O'Reily's ugly mug, but I know you'd rather see anything else.
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Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 12:22:09 [Preview] No. 39426 del
>>39421
reported for Ban evasion


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 22:26:02 Id: d3056f [Preview] No. 39464 del
>>39426

Reported for being an ape-faced Mick.
Noone is buying your bullshit. Just kill yourself already


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 22:35:22 [Preview] No. 39465 del
He warned us about the fake news. He said it would be the death of journolism. He is like that uncle that takes you by the hand and smooth talks you as he opens the iron clad door of his mancave and gives you a healthy dose of fear for the rest of your life. This harvard graduate was like the down to earth ivy league cool guy that took a few jabs for the team but always brought it home to the scaffold of discussion. He was not politically correct he was a true maverick and he sure as hell loved those little boys. Oh damn does bill o'riley love statueing a little boy and then terminating its existance while behind closed doors. Its not a secret but you didnt here it from me Bill o'riley is a boyfucker supreme. We are talking about getting his dick sucked by the ballpit that the janitor closed the childrens part of mcdonalds so bill could grab a child that was placed in tha ballpit and brush him off and get sucked off by a fucking aryan dream boy. We are talking little 4 year old boys named Carmichael that where snatched out of a prius while they where driving. Just fucking the most elite boys and unapoligetically murdering them in public. its the only way he can get off. They had to tame him he was fucking too much of the youth..


Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 01:57:02 Id: 27ad52 [Preview] No. 39480 del
>>39465
He probably was a child abuser and a wife beater, he had the temperament.


Anonymous 04/21/2017 (Fri) 21:26:53 Id: eec5ea [Preview] No. 39541 del
Fox Jews or Fox Micks?

Jews:
Bill Kristol
Greg Gutfeld
Howard Kurtz

Micks:
Roger Ailes
Bill Shine
Jack Abernethy
Bill O'Reilly
Sean Hannity
Megan Kelly
Steve Doocy
Brian Kilmeade
Kimberly Guilfoyle

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Please stop being a kike. K Thanks.



American Revolution 2.0: The Time Has Come (and Gone, But You Get A Few More Chances) Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 13:23:56 Id: dfd4a7 [Preview] No. 39427 [Reply]
In reply to:
>Well, what then?
>>>/pol/35075

[Originally posted on 8ch.net/pol 2017-04-19 - Part 1 of 2]

>What's the significance of that astrology chart?

Well, sir or madam, as I was about to tell you before I was banned from The Daily Stormer for that post [This user is suspended until Jan 29, 2291 5:04 pm. Reason: Doesn't fit in.], that is the calendar for the current Mercury Retrograde period.

You will note that the news of President Donald Trump's policy reversals match up precisely to the beginning of Mercury's reverse of direction. Why no prominent astrologer on the Web has bothered to comment on this fact befuddles me. Perhaps because the observation is so easy, boring, and obvious? Trump is also a Gemini, ruled by Mercury, and therefore expectations of reversals from him, during a retrograde of Mercury, go double. Or quadruple, given the two-faced, double-bodied nature of Gemini.

Here is some astrological news that is not so easy, boring, and obvious, which also came and went without public notice: on 16 March 2017, for the first time in 245 years, Pluto returned to the exact degree, minute, and second of the Zodiac it occupied on 2 November 1772.

That was the day the selectmen of Boston, Massachusetts approved Samuel Adams' recommendation that a standing Committee of Correspondence be formed.

>In the fall of 1772, Bostonians address the latest rumors from Parliament: judges of the Superior Court of Judicature will no longer be paid by the colony's General Court. Instead, judges will be paid directly from the royal treasury, using money collected by the American Board of Customs Commissioners. Fearing this new process will "pervert the judgment of men," Bostonians petition their selectmen to act. In the process of debating the matter, Samuel Adams proposes the creation of a corresponding society to gauge the sentiments of other Massachusetts towns. On 2 November 1772, a committee is born when the Boston selectmen vote to establish a twenty-one-member Committee of Correspondence.

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Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 19:18:22 Id: 34e0ab [Preview] No. 39456 del
You correct of course, but the telegraphing of 9/11 through TV show (pilot episode of lone gunmen, get it, "pilot episode") shews their adeptness at hypnotic occult reveal while still pulling it off. Thus, I would expect the TV show, "Jericho" to be the lodges endgame plan, that is to say, detonating tens of pre planned MOAB or non nuke bombs and just sprinkling nuke fallout to make it seem nuke related. The munchkins of Oz will not rally until Dorothy comes, or so it is made to seem?

Then according to the particular presentation, they would field their entirely echelonic colonic doppelganger US military, and throw shade upon the true US milspecs of our time, who, already know they are under asymmetric attack from places like hmm, all chans for example.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 19:30:04 [Preview] No. 39457 del
>>39456
Fuck their deathstar wetdream I am talking about using the police state they have cobbled together to eat itself like the ouroboros. I honestly think as far as endgame in the NWO they will use lodges as some sort of place of induction like that is where you drop off your kids to be re-educated. Though that does sound like something they would do they love violence and theatrics.This is something that would result in little to no harm except the odd loge that would be occupied then they would be detained until hopefully they find the tunnels or release the cultists.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 19:33:19 Id: 70cfa6 [Preview] No. 39458 del
I do not disagree. Essentially if I hear you right and I would agree; So called "cops" are just employees. When the paycheck stops the bullshit drops.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 19:34:44 Id: 70cfa6 [Preview] No. 39460 del
But the difference between muni cop as employee and say Amazon employee is this: Does your HR department employee that employee you, look to actively blackmail you to keep you paid but fucking quiet? Surely all employee can answer this simply question.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 21:30:32 [Preview] No. 39462 del
>>39460
With amazon and police they have a common love of drones and petty letter-of-the-law abuse.



Were Semites always brown? Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 15:43:31 [Preview] No. 39437 [Reply]
Is it true that the Middle East and North Africa were once "whiter" than they are now, as claimed on a lot of racialist websites? As in, greater diversity of hair and eye color, more aquiline noses, and fairer skin were once present?

Is there any proof for this, and if so, how did it get browner? Modern MENAs are not mulattoes (for the great majority at least), so I'm having trouble picturing that region of the world changing like these racialist sites said it did. Also, that region is very susceptible to the sun, so I also don't see how fair skin could be maintained without getting a heavy tan, especially if wearing minimal clothing like the Egyptians did.

Pic related is a Berber, of whom are often touted for their "whiteness" on said racialist sites.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 16:07:30 Id: aa28ff [Preview] No. 39440 del
>>39437
>Modern MENA
There's a massive variety of ethnic groups across the MENA region, grouping them all under "Arab" since that's the dominant language is dishonest

However, a lot of the various groups have mixes going on due to the Middle East being the crossroads of the world

Were they whiter? It probably depends on who's running the show during a certain time of history. Under the Greco-Romans, yeah they probably were, under the Persians, probably not.



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Anonymous 04/16/2017 (Sun) 20:51:29 Id: 849efd [Preview] No. 39139 [Reply]
Erdogan New Caesar

>The state-run Anadolu news agency claimed that – with more than 99 per cent of the votes counted – 51 per cent per cent of voters sided with the "Yes" campaign, which would usher in the most radical change to the country's political system in its modern history.

>The vote would replace Turkey's parliamentary democracy with an executive presidency and could see Mr Erdogan stay in power until at least 2029 - as he gain the chance to run for re-election in 2019 and potentially serve two five-year terms. The vote would allow him to re-take control of the ruling Justice and Development party (AKP) that he helped to found. Mr Erdogan spent 11 years as Turkey's Prime Minister - and head of the AKP - before becoming the country's first directly-elected president in August 2014 - a supposedly ceremonial role.

>But the main opposition the Republican People's Party (CHP) said they will demand a recount of up to 40 per cent of the vote, saying that "illegal acts" occurred during the vote and that there were up to 2.5m "problematic ballots". The pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party (HDP) also claimed they had information that voter fraud was implicated in between three to four per cent of the ballots. Both parties said they would appeal the results.

>The Supreme Election Commission took the unprecedented move to say it would count ballots that had not been stamped by its officials as valid unless they could be proved fraudulent, citing a high number of complaints that its officials at polling stations had failed to stamp them.

Source:
**w ww.**independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/turkey-referendum-president-recep-tayyip-erdogan-supreme-power-latest-count-a7686511.html
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Anonymous 04/18/2017 (Tue) 17:43:15 Id: c31b90 [Preview] No. 39332 del
Trump congratulates Erdogan on Controversial Turkey Referendum
h ttps://w ww.politico.com/story/2017/04/donald-trump-turkey-vote-erdogan-237309

By Cristiano Lima | 04/17/17 10:08 PM EDT

President Donald Trump congratulated Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday on the country’s recent referendum granting Erdogan sweeping new powers, according to a White House readout of the call.

The call came after the State Department took a different, tougher tack that appeared to show qualms about the legitimacy of the vote. Trump’s call also seemed to contradict a White House spokesman who earlier in the day said the administration wanted to wait and see what election monitors learned about the vote.

The differing statements underscored the continuing difficulty facing the Trump administration in managing its foreign policy messaging. It also underscored the tricky nature of U.S. relations with Turkey, a critical NATO ally whose leader has shown autocratic tendencies.

"President Donald J. Trump spoke today with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey to congratulate him on his recent referendum victory and to discuss the United States’ action in response to the Syrian regime’s use of chemical weapons on April 4th," the White House said in a readout statement Monday, adding that the president had thanked Erdogan for his support of Trump's recent military action in Syria.

The White House said Trump and Erdogan also discussed counter-terrorism tactics and "the need to cooperate against all groups that use terrorism to achieve their ends" of defeating the Islamic State. The Turkish government confirmed the conversation in a statement Monday.

Erdogan's historic constitutional referendum claimed victory Sunday by a margin of 51.4 to 48.6 percent. It serves to drastically consolidate power in the executive branch, eliminating the existing parliamentary system for a presidential model that would have him serve as both head of state and of the government.

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Anonymous 04/18/2017 (Tue) 17:43:27 Id: c31b90 [Preview] No. 39333 del
>>39332

The White House's congratulatory tone made no mention of alleged voting irregularities in the Turkish referendum — a distinct contrast with the State Department. Acting State Department spokesperson Mark Toner pointed to a report by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe detailing an "unlevel playing" in the Turkish campaign as cause potential issue in assessing the referendum.

"Democracies gain strength through respect for diverse points of view, especially on difficult issues," Toner said. "We thank the OSCE Referendum Observation Mission for its important work and note the concerns detailed in its preliminary assessment of the conduct of the vote and campaign. Those concerns include observed irregularities on voting day and an uneven playing field during the difficult campaign period, which took place under a state of emergency.

Toner added that the U.S. government was looking “to the government of Turkey to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of all its citizens — regardless of their vote on April 16 — as guaranteed by the Turkish constitution and in accordance with Turkey’s international commitments, such as under the Helsinki Charter.”

Earlier in the day White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the White House wanted to see what international election monitors had to say about the vote.

“I think we’d rather not get ahead of that report and start to make decisions without knowing. There were observers there, as they routinely are, and I’d rather wait and see,” Spicer said.

It was not entirely clear why, despite Spicer's statement, the White House later released word of Trump congratulating Erdogan.

Trump’s tone also contrasted with other world leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel who was cooler, by comparison, in a joint statement with Germany’s foreign minister.

They noted the “tight referendum results show how deeply divided Turkish society is” and called on Erdogan to take responsibility for all citizens.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 01:52:05 Id: b5e9f6 [Preview] No. 39389 del
>>39139
Turkish Civil War when?

Seriously, half the fucking country hates him, and that's when we consider the official poll statistics and assuming that they haven't been tampered with. Pulling shit like this is unlikely to make him more popular among that demographic.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 08:21:38 Id: 2dd6d2 [Preview] No. 39410 del
>>39389
>Turkish Civil War when?
when kurdistan is formed in iraq and syria.
they'll send weapons and people to train and equip the kurds in the south east who are already fighting a guerrilla war in the south east of the country.
if turkey leaves nato then russia will seize the opportunity and snatch the bosphorus strait.
the only thing that makes turkey relevant is that strait because it controls what gets into the black sea. it can deprive the russians of imported goods.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 10:44:36 Id: b5e9f6 [Preview] No. 39423 del
>>39410
Eh, I doubt Kurds will be able to achieve much. They are basically nigger-tier and won't accomplish shit on their own. I'm talking about the Eastern, uneducated moron Turks versus the more educated Western Turks, which is a conflict that's been building for a while.



Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 03:15:17 Id: 852c21 [Preview] No. 39391 [Reply]
Trump's Billionaire Jewish Adviser stands to gain from Policies he helped Shape
h ttps://w ww.politico.com/story/2017/04/trump-schwarzman-blackstone-influence-237341

Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman has extensive holdings in China and influence on Trump’s policies there.

By (((Isaac Arnsdorf))) and [[[Josh Dawsey]]] | 04/18/17 06:17 PM EDT

Billionaire investor Steve Schwarzman’s newfound status as a trusted outside adviser for President Donald Trump has created blurred lines in which the Blackstone CEO is offering guidance on policies that could boost the fortunes of his company and his personal wealth.

The starkest example was Trump’s reversal last week on labeling China a currency manipulator — a central campaign pledge that could have dealt a major blow to U.S.-China relations. While many factors likely played into Trump’s decision, including the president’s desire to encourage China to get tough on North Korea, it also followed extensive advice Schwarzman had given the president on the topic, warning Trump against such a move.

Even if Schwarzman was acting in the capacity of an economic expert, those policy changes directly help Schwarzman’s bottom line as CEO of Blackstone, the private equity giant.

And Blackstone has gone so far as to warn its investors about the stakes of Trump’s China policy. In a recent regulatory filing, Blackstone explicitly warned its investors that Trump’s tough talk on China threatened to hurt Blackstone’s portfolio.

"President Trump has raised the possibility of greater restrictions on international trade and significant increases to tariffs on goods imported into the U.S., particularly from China,” Blackstone said in the Feb. 24 disclosure to the Securities and Exchange Commission. "Changes to international trade agreements or the imposition of tariffs or other trade barriers could increase costs, decrease margins, reduce the competitiveness of products and services offered by current and future portfolio companies and adversely affect the revenues and profitability of companies whose businesses rely on goods imported from outside of the U.S.”

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Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 03:50:41 Id: 852c21 [Preview] No. 39396 del
>>39392
>That’s not the limit of Blackstone’s influence. Several senior administration officials are also close to Wayne Berman, a Blackstone executive in Washington who has been rumored as a potential replacement for chief of staff Reince Priebus. While that talk has died down, Berman frequently speaks to a range of top officials, including Steven Mnuchin, the president’s treasury secretary, one White House official said.

This is the first I've heard of this Wayne Berman Kike. It looks like he has a lot of influence in the Trump Administration though.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 10:05:33 Id: 67fd81 [Preview] No. 39414 del
Dude you realize we have IDs right? We can see you responding to yourself.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 10:19:49 Id: cb2f0e [Preview] No. 39416 del
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>>39414
why'd you tell him!


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 10:26:00 Id: 86248b [Preview] No. 39418 del
OP started lighting those 'birthday candles for hitler' a little too early and gassed his brain.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 10:29:32 Id: 852c21 [Preview] No. 39420 del
>>39414

I wasn't trying to pretend to be someone else, end tard. I was just adding something to the previous post.



Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 04:08:25 Id: fb21c5 [Preview] No. 39398 [Reply]
This is a weird thread to make but Im trying to remember the name of a youtuber whose account was deleted and all her videos seemingly purged from the web after she got into an online drama with members of the white nationalist movement. I remember googling her and finding nothing but weird videos attacking her and editing single audio clips of words out of context. I did manage find one video of her talking about the stars but that was it. I found out about her in early 2016 on 4chan.
I remember there where weird videos of of Andrew Anglin on dailymotion that appeared when i googled her but dont know how he was involved.
Any help?


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 05:25:12 Id: 23f6ca [Preview] No. 39401 del
Evalion.


Anonymous 04/20/2017 (Thu) 05:53:51 Id: fb21c5 [Preview] No. 39402 del
>>39401
No I found her. Her name was queenie cameron.