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Hungary Awardes Fired French Ambassador State Honour Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 21:27:07 Id: 415446 [Preview] No. 10778 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Outgoing Ambassador of France to Hungary Éric Fournier has been awarded the Commander’s Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit after he was removed from his position by Emmanuel Macron for praising Viktor Orbán’s migrant policies.

Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó handed the high state award to Ambassador Fournier at a ceremony on Friday for serving his post “in a period that was perhaps the most intensive in the global politics of recent decades”.

“Old alliances have been dissolved and new ones have been forged, and it is realistic to expect the processes of the upcoming years to be no less deep,” Mr Szijjártó stated.

The decoration was bestowed on Ambassador Fournier by President János Áder in acknowledgement of his activities relating to the development of Hungarian-French relations.

Breitbart London reported this week that France’s globalist President Macron replaced Fournier after a memo in which the diplomat praised the conservative Hungarian prime minister’s migration policy was leaked to the media.

Mr Fournier had written that Prime Minister Orbán’s policy was a “model, having anticipated the problems posed by illegal migratory movements”, and denounced Europe’s “Hungarophobia”.

Macron reacted by distancing himself from the comments, telling media “in no way” did he share his ambassador’s sentiments before he launched an attack on Orbán’s anti-open borders stance by claiming Hungary was playing a “non-cooperative and nationalist game unworthy of the European Union”.

The fanatical Europhile has criticised Orbán — as well as Poland’s conservative leadership — over Hungary’s refusal to accept the forced redistribution of third world migrants who arrived in Italy and Greece during the 2015 migrant crisis.

https://archive.fo/EDgQ9

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Go Figure: Merkel's Germany Decapitating Freedom Of The Press Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 14:35:20 Id: 8448d3 [Preview] No. 10773 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In an apparent attempt to sweep under the rug a recent double homicide in Hamburg, Germany, authorities there censored the story. They also raided the apartments of a witness who filmed a video describing the murder, and a blogger who posted the video on YouTube.

The murder, which made headlines worldwide, occurred on the morning of April 12. The assailant, Mourtala Madou, a 33-year-old illegal immigrant from Niger, stabbed his German ex-girlfriend, identified as Sandra P., and their one-year-old daughter, Miriam, at a Hamburg subway station. The child died at the scene; her mother died later, at the hospital. The woman's three-year-old son witnessed the murders.

According to the prosecutor's office, Madou -- who initially fled the scene, but then called the police and was arrested shortly thereafter -- acted "out of anger and revenge," because the day before the incident, the court had denied him joint custody of his daughter.

It later emerged that for months Madou had been threatening to harm Sandra P. and the baby. A senior public prosecutor told reporters that the police investigated the woman's charges, but had concluded that the "threats were not meant seriously" and did not pursue the case.

Furthermore, half a year earlier, in October 2017, a judge revoked a restraining order that Sandra P. had obtained against Madou two months earlier, on the grounds that he saw "no evidence" that Madou had threatened her. That was when Madou's threats increased and he explicitly announced: "I'm going to kill our daughter, and then I kill you!"

A detail of the murders that has never officially been revealed, is that Madou apparently attempted to decapitate the baby. This detail was mentioned by a commuter -- Ghanaese citizen Daniel J., a gospel singer at an evangelical church in Hamburg -- who happened to arrive at the subway station moments after the attack and filmed the scene on his phone.

In the video, police officers can be seen questioning witnesses, and paramedics are surrounding what appears to be the baby girl. Daniel J. says, in English, "Oh my God. It's unbelievable. Oh Jesus, oh Jesus, oh Jesus. They cut off the head of the baby. Oh my God. Oh Jesus."

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=_o75uysGwGc


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 14:35:55 Id: 8448d3 [Preview] No.10774 del
>>10773
Heinrich Kordewiner, a blogger from Hamburg who discovered the video on Daniel J.'s Facebook page, uploaded it to YouTube.

A few days later, a team of state prosecutors and officers of the cybercrime unit of the Hamburg police arrived at Kordewiner's apartment with a search warrant, and confiscated his computer, mobile phone and other electronics, allegedly to find "evidence" of the "crime". He was -- and still is -- accused of: uploading the video.

Kordewiner and his flatmate told Gatestone about the raid, which took place at 6.45 a.m. They recounted that when they first refused to open the door, police forced it open -- and even searched the flatmate's room, although it was apparently not covered by the search warrant.

"The police officer said that he could also search for SD (secure digital) cards," the flatmate told Gatestone. "While he fumbled through the books on my shelf, he suggested that he could turn my whole apartment upside down. He told me to relax."

According to the search warrant, Kordewiner is accused of having "invaded the private sphere" of the murder victim, in breach of §201a of Germany's Criminal Code. This so-called "paparazzi paragraph" -- the legislation of which was launched by Heiko Maas (currently Germany's Foreign Minister), who as Minister of Justice was responsible for Germany's internet censorship law -- is a barely known and rarely applied law, passed in 2015.

Meanwhile, the German publication Welt online posted a video that shows close-up footage of the victim -- something that did not spur state prosecutors into action. The main difference between the two videos seems to be the verbal comment on the beheading in Daniel J's video. The alleged breach of "privacy rights," then, would appear to be a pretext.

If it was indeed the authorities' plan to censor the news and keep the information of the beheading under wraps, then it backfired. Due to the reports about the raid, thousands of people have seen the video, and hundreds of thousands have heard about the botched censorship attempt. Even worse for the would-be censors, they unwittingly revealed the very detail that they wanted to keep from the public. This is because the search warrant -- a copy of which was handed to Kordewiner -- happens to provide a detailed account of the murders. It elaborates that Madou had "wanted to punish the mother of the child" and "enforce his claim to power and ownership." With an "intent to kill," Madou "suddenly" took a "knife from the backpack he was carrying, stabbed the child in the belly and then almost completely cut through the neck."

The office of the state prosecutor is under the authority of Hamburg's state government, a coalition of Social Democrats and the Green Party. The state's Minister of Justice, Till Steffen, is a member of the Green Party and has for years been accused of being behind many scandals in his ministry. Among these are that alleged murderers repeatedly have had to be released from pre-trial detentionbecause their trials have taken too long. In 2016, Steffen prevented police from sharing pictures of the Berlin truck terrorist, Anis Amri when he was still at large, out of fear that sharing images of jihadist terror suspects could incite racial hatred.

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Trade War On: Chinese Ports Begin Delaying Clearing Of US Goods As US Tariffs Come Into Effect Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 14:04:32 Id: 0af730 [Preview] No. 10769 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
U.S. tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods kicked in on Friday, escalating a war of words between the world's two largest economies into a full-blown trade conflict.

Washington's 25 percent duties went into effect at midnight EDT and affected products such as water boilers, X-ray machine components, airplane tires and various other industrial parts. China immediately implemented retaliatory tariffs on its $34 billion list of goods issued last month, including soybeans, pork and electric vehicles. Beijing called it the "biggest trade war in economic history."

It's unlikely to stop there. In fact, there will be probably be “escalation upon escalation,” warned Geoff Raby, Australia’s former ambassador to China.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180706140533/https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/06/trade-war-worries-us-china-tariffs-to-kick-in-on-friday.html

At midnight Washington time, the US imposed new tariffs on US$34 billion (S$46.3 billion) of annual imports from China. This prompted Beijing to respond in kind with levy tariffs on US imports, China's foreign ministry said Friday. It did not provide any immediate details on the implementation or scale of these charges.

A spokesperson at China's Ministry of Commerce said Friday that while the Asian giant had refused to "fire the first shot," it was being forced to respond after the US had "launched the largest trade war in economic history."

China implemented retaliatory tariffs on some imports from the US on Friday, immediately after new US duties had taken effect.

The move signals the start of a full-blown trade war between the world's two largest economies, after President Donald Trump's administration had initially made good on threats to impose steep tariffs on Chinese goods.

https://archive.fo/5BAj3


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 14:05:00 Id: 0af730 [Preview] No.10770 del
>>10769
Rumors that US companies have been experiencing unspecified "difficulties and delays" while trying to get their goods through customs in China have been circulating for weeks - ever since reports surfaced alleging that Chinese officials had warned US executives that China would come down hard on US firms in retaliation for Trump's trade war. And now that the Trump administration has finally imposed the first round of tariffs, Reuters is reporting that several major Chinese ports are delaying the clearing of goods from the US as officials await further instructions from the central government. These delays could seriously disrupt imports - especially of agricultural products like pork and soybeans which were targeted by Beijing for tariffs.

An official at the port of Shanghai told Reuters that the clearing of some US imports through customs had been halted.

There did not appear to be any direct instructions to hold up cargoes, but some customs departments were waiting until they had received official guidance from the central government on imposing hefty import tariffs on hundreds of products, the sources said.

A wine merchant in Shanghai, one of the country’s busiest trading hubs, said customs brokers were also slowing the clearance process because of confusion about how and when to implement duties.

"They’re holding everything ... because there’s uncertainty," he said.

[...]

"But overall, this weekend they should be able to identify what the taxes are and how they should be implemented, and they should be processed as normal."

Meanwhile, a commodities trader in Shandong province said he was told by customs officials that the clearance of goods from the US that are on Beijing's "list" will be delayed. Among the goods being targeted by tariffs, transportation equipment, electronics and agricultural products, among others, were high on the list. American fruit, pork, nuts, wine and - of course - soybeans, with a 25% tariff. The chart below from JP Morgan is a rough breakdown of expected tariffs by industry (however, some of the announced tariffs have yet to be implemented).

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Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 14:19:21 Id: 0af730 [Preview] No.10772 del
I'm all ready for this. Last week not only did I stock up on more grits and spam, but I also stocked up on a bulk load more non-GMO popcorn kernel too ;)



Russia Joins Global Trade War: Imposes Tariffs On US Energy, Mining Imports Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 14:07:14 Id: ef4c86 [Preview] No. 10771 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Whether this is a coordinated response is unclear - and certainly on a much smaller scale - but Bloomberg reports that Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree this morning imposing higher tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation for U.S. duties on metals imports, according to Economy Ministry statement.

Reuters reports that Russia's additional duties will apply to imports of fiber optics, equipment for road construction, oil and gas industry, metal processing and mining, according to an economy ministry statement.

Russia will impose duties on goods which have Russian-made substitutes, Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin is quoted as saying in the statement.

“The compensation measures will be applied in the form of additional, higher rates of import duties ranging from 25% to 40% of the price of imported goods. Duties will be imposed on some U.S. goods, the analogues of which are produced in Russia. In particular, the measures cover some types of road construction equipment, oil and gas equipment, metalworking machines, rock drilling equipment, and optical fiber,” Minister Maxim Oreshkin said as quoted by the ministry.

“The financial damage inflicted on Russian exporters by the U.S. trade restrictions amounts to $537.6 million. This is the amount of additional duties that Russian suppliers have to pay in the U.S.

The current increase of duties allows us to compensate for only part of the damage amounting to $87.6 million. This is compensation that Russia has the right to recover under the WTO rules,” he said.

Russia will be able to compensate for the remaining part in three years since the introduction of the U.S. duties or after approval of the WTO dispute settlement body if it finds the U.S. restrictions violating the organization’s rules, the ministry said.

https://archive.fo/Uq2gM
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-06/russia-joins-global-trade-war-imposes-tariffs-us-energy-mining-imports



Fascist Leftist Loonie Attacks Teenager For Wearing Trump Hat Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 13:39:05 Id: 96f632 [Preview] No. 10713 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Police are investigating after a teen says he was verbally attacked and assaulted at a Whataburger for wearing a Make America Great Again hat.

In the video, you can see a man throw a drink in 16-year-old Hunter Richard's face before leaving the restaurant with his hat. Hunter said some of his hair was pulled during the assault.

"I support my President and if you don’t let’s have a conversation about it instead of ripping my hat off. I just think a conversation about politics is more productive for the entire whole rather than taking my hat and yelling subjective words to me," he said.

Hunter was with his friends at the Whataburger off Nacogdoches and Thousand Oaks Tuesday night when it happened. They say the attack was unprovoked.

"I didn’t think it was going to generate the amount like what people are doing, I was looking at the comments by some people and “ they are like this is uncalled for” and other people are like mixed opinions but I didn’t think it would blow up to what it is now," he said.

A police report has been filed.

https://archive.fo/Y5T8W

UPDATE: Kino Jimenez, a San Antonio citizen, was fired from his bartending job after a video shows him assaulting a teen wearing a Make America Great Again hat at a local Whataburger joint.

https://archive.fo/Armge


Kino Jimenez Arrested Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 13:54:25 Id: 6f0af5 [Preview] No.10768 del
JUSTICE SERVED

A 30-year-old man who threw soda onto a table of teenagers at a San Antonio Whataburger has been arrested for stealing 16-year-old Trump supporter Hunter Richard's red MAGA hat, according to local news outlet MySanAntonio.com

Kino Ahuitzotl Jimenez was taken into custody at his home in Universal City without incident by robbery task force detectives on a warrant for theft of person, according to the San Antonio Police Department. Bail has not been set according to the county magistrate's office.

In a video which went viral Wednesday and Thursday, Jimenez can be seen throwing a soda on Richard and two friends at 2:35 a.m. on the 4th of July. As he walks away with the teen's red MAGA hat, he can be heard shouting "this is gonna go great in my fucking fireplace, bitch," before walking out of the eatery with another man who filmed the encounter. Footage of the incident taken by one of the victims had just under 8 million views as of this writing.

https://archive.fo/Foze5
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-05/whataburger-assailant-arrested-after-assaulting-teen-stealing-maga-hat



Scott Pruitt Resigns From EPA Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 20:11:51 Id: e66c6c [Preview] No. 10747 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt has resigned from his position amid a spate of misconduct accusations.

President Donald Trump announced Thursday afternoon that he had accepted Pruitt’s resignation and Pruitt’s Deputy Andrew Wheeler will be taking over Pruitt’s responsibilities as the Acting EPA Administrator starting Monday.

Trump praised Pruitt’s work at the agency as “outstanding,” adding, “I will always be thankful to him for this.”

I have accepted the resignation of Scott Pruitt as the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Within the Agency Scott has done an outstanding job, and I will always be thankful to him for this. The Senate confirmed Deputy at EPA, Andrew Wheeler, will… on Monday assume duties as the acting Administrator of the EPA. I have no doubt that Andy will continue on with our great and lasting EPA agenda. We have made tremendous progress and the future of the EPA is very bright!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 5, 2018

https://archive.fo/nKvvi
https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/05/scott-pruitt-resigns-epa/


Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 20:27:58 Id: ce5b16 [Preview] No.10748 del
>>10747
dump one lobbyist cock sucking nigger, only to replace him with a lobbyist.


Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 20:49:39 Id: e66c6c [Preview] No.10749 del
>>10748
The EPA has ALWAYS been corrupt and ALWAYS looks the other way when it suits establishment agendas.


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 13:15:22 Id: 5218f3 [Preview] No.10767 del
>>10748

There are scandals in every agency, under every president. Here is a list of some EPA scandals during Obama's terms in office.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180705223146/https://lists.grabien.com/list-epa-scandals-under-obama-administration



New Nationalist Mexican President Makes Trump Offer: Help Us With Economic Development, We'll Curb Migration Crisis Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 23:54:03 Id: a0732a [Preview] No. 10757 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Mexican president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Monday he had spoken with President Donald Trump on the phone and offered to reduce US-bound migration in exchange for American assistance.

"I received a phone call from Donald Trump and we spoke for half an hour," the fiery leftist wrote on Twitter, in one of his first messages after winning a landslide victory Sunday.

"I proposed exploring a universal deal (involving) development projects that would create jobs in Mexico and, by doing so, reduce migration and improve security," he added.

"The tone was respectful and our teams will be holding talks."

Trump also mentioned the phone call in an Oval Office briefing.

"I just spoke with the president-elect of Mexico," he told reporters.

"I think the relationship is going to be a very good one. We had a great talk."

Trump's anti-trade and anti-immigration policies have infuriated Mexico, and Lopez Obrador would not seem the most obvious candidate to mend ties with his country's giant northern neighbor and key trading partner.

He had vowed during the campaign to "put (Trump) in his place."

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Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 23:55:27 Id: a0732a [Preview] No.10758 del
Good! news. Trump would have to be a complete idiot (or a seething liar) not to take this offer.


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 00:07:19 Id: a0732a [Preview] No.10759 del
Trump needs to meet with this guy. If these two can get along you can't imagine the potential we have. We could take down the drug cartels. We could bring prosperity to Mexico. We could completely stop the beaners from flooding into our country. And all this would be great for BOTH countries.

Could you imagine the butthurt screaming culural Marxists if this all went down smoothly and de-escalated? Their panties would be on fire and they'd be shrieking in the streets crying about their failures to bring the US to its knees.


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 01:59:30 Id: 2de309 [Preview] No.10760 del
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Trump doesn't even have a clue on how to fix America's economy. "Jobs. JOBS. More jobs!" is like a preschooler's response on economic crisis.


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 12:54:05 Id: b6c204 [Preview] No.10766 del
>>10760
He's talking to the average American, keep that in mind.

However, I would not underestimate Trump because he is a real estate magnet from New York. Do you know how fucking tough it is competing with some of those mobsters and kikes over there? That takes strategic planning, good connections and a degree in economics to do something like that without being stomped out of business.

Then we have the typical problems we have faced over the last 40 years: outsourcing of our industry. Not good and not an easy problem to fix either. Combine that with TRILLIONS worth of toxic debt insolvency and a corrupted government and their growing costly expenditures. Yikes. Not good and not so easy to fix either.

If someone like Trump can't get us out of this mess then you better be ready for SHTF because there ain't no one getting us out.



Hilarious: AntiFA Thugs Angry At 'Democratic Socialists of America' After Abandoning Protest After Cops Showed Up Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 16:50:44 Id: aedc48 [Preview] No. 10726 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The far left is feuding in Dallas, Texas, after the Democratic Socialists of America abandoned a protest against Immigration and Customs Enforcement after cops showed up on Saturday, according to Monday tweets from Antifa Dallas-Fort Worth.

“@DSA_NorthTexas leadership decided to collab with the pigs and pulled their people from the demo leaving undocumented peeps and everyone else at risk of arrest,” Antifa DFW tweeted Monday.

“After speaking with DSA leadership the pigs moved in moments after DSA leaving,” the Antifa Twitter thread continued. “Not all DSA peeps followed their leadership & stayed. Some were even arrested. When Jail Support reached out to collab they were were met with silence. They offered no support to their arrested members.”

DSA North Texas did not mention the incident on either its Twitter or Facebook pages.

The protest, outside of an ICE facility in Dallas, occurred on June 30, according to an NBC DFW report from Saturday. Police arrested five people for obstructing traffic, according to the report. The report does not say if those arrested were members of either Antifa or DSA. All of those arrested have made bail, according to a Sunday tweet from Antifa DFW.

https://archive.fo/B4qL4
http://www.thedailysheeple.com/antifa-furious-that-democratic-socialists-left-them-hanging-once-the-cops-showed-up_072018
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Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 18:22:38 Id: aedc48 [Preview] No.10738 del
>>10737
OK, so do you think the internet has helped awaken a lot of people who are becoming nationalists today? The reason I ask this is because democracy seems to be working in SOME countries pretty well (think Orbán's election) while in other countries failing due to criminal puppets being elected (like Merkel).


Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 18:40:53 Id: 26f622 [Preview] No.10741 del
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>>10738
He's a Hungarian born in Hungary, compared to Angela Merkel- a Polish jew born in Germany. Thus his strong desire to see Hungary succeed is at odds with her strong ethnic desire to see Germans eliminated. If you don't know the long explanation of why she's a jew, say so. I'll write that out again.


Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 18:47:22 Id: aedc48 [Preview] No.10742 del
>>10741
>Merkel
>a Polish jew born in Germany

That does not surprise me one bit.


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 11:29:00 Id: 1979c0 [Preview] No.10764 del
>>10737

Care to share the source then?


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 11:29:55 Id: 1979c0 [Preview] No.10765 del
>>10741

Shit, i meant the source of merkel being a jew.



Wells Fargo Is Now Freezing Legit Offshore Business Accounts As US Govt Hunts For 'Terrorists' Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 23:24:39 Id: c448d4 [Preview] No. 10754 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What I’m about to tell you is a true story that highlights just how pathetic the US banking system has become.

A few months ago I was presented with a compelling opportunity to invest with a prominent, well-established private business based in the UK.

And, after extensive due diligence, I decided to make the investment... around $4 million.

Because this particular investment happened to be denominated in US dollars, though, the funds were routed through the United States via one of the major Wall Street banks.

We’ve talked about this before– the vast majority of global trade and commerce is denominated in US dollars and clears through the US banking system.

As an example, the agriculture company that I founded in Chile a few years ago is rapidly becoming one of the largest blueberry producers in the world.

We sold blueberries to a big wholesaler in Ireland this season - and they paid us in US dollars. Their payment was routed from their bank in Ireland, through the US banking system, to our bank in Chile.

Nothing about that deal had anything to do with the United States. But regardless, the money still had to pass through a US bank. And that’s how the global financial system has functioned for 70+ years.

Yet over the past decade, banks in the US have really started to abuse their status as critical financial intermediaries.

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Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 23:25:28 Id: c448d4 [Preview] No.10755 del
>>10754
Deposit or withdraw a few thousand dollars in cash to/from your own account? Suspicious.

Make an investment in a private business they’ve never heard of? Suspicious.

Transfer funds to an account overseas? Suspicious.

Raise money from investors to launch a new business? Suspicious.

In my case the bank thought sending money to the UK was suspicious; apparently these guys think London is the hotbed of financial terrorism.

It’s not like the money was being sent to ISIS in Syria or Jihadis-R-Us in Afghanistan.

This transfer was coming from an impeccable source and going to a well-established, regulated business in one of the most advanced countries in the world.

It would have taken a five-year old about 30 seconds to Google everything and realize, “Oh right, this all makes sense.”

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Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 23:26:24 Id: c448d4 [Preview] No.10756 del
>>10755
But banks are no longer run by bankers. They’re run by oblivious bureaucrats who scrutinize every transaction looking for any excuse to say NO, forcing legitimate businesses to walk around on egg shells just to conduct simple transactions.

A big cause for this is that banks don’t need to do any real business anymore to make money.

They get to borrow practically unlimited funds nearly interest-free from the central bank, and then loan that same money right back to the federal government at a higher rate of interest.

They provide mortgages to home buyers… then flip those mortgages to one of the federal government housing agencies like Fannie Mae, essentially guaranteeing the bank a zero-risk profit.

They get to milk their customers with all sorts of unnecessary fees, paying a whopping 0.02% interest on deposits in return.

They even get to steal from their customers through outright fraud – fraud which, despite all their compliance and scrutiny, conveniently fails to be detected by internal watchdogs.

And ultimately, when they screw it all up, they get to whine about how they’re too important to fail and demand a taxpayer-funded bailout.

Remember that any money you deposit at a bank technically becomes the bank’s money. It’s their asset, and they’ll do whatever they please with it, including restricting your most basic transactions.

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Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 02:14:00 Id: 6af123 [Preview] No.10761 del
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>There once was a time when bankers were sophisticated business people and shrewd investors who understood the needs of commerce… and the customer.
The Guy Fawkes mask really sells it lol.


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 11:03:56 Id: 9cf7b0 [Preview] No.10763 del
>>10761
What this guy is saying is true, banks in the US never used to freeze legit business accounts over the government's utter paranoia. Note that this paranoia kicked in with all the new FINCEN laws under Obama. And Trump only expanded that with his new EO allowing the government to sabotage banking activities if even *suspect of some kind of conspiracy. So duh, no shit this ends up burdening businesses and normal bank transactions. This is the epitome of government interference in the financial sector.



Good 'Ol Fashion Justice Served! 92YO Boomer Shoots 72YO Son Who Tried To Force Her Into Assisted Living Facility Reader 07/04/2018 (Wed) 17:10:54 Id: e99bf1 [Preview] No. 10707 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
"You ended my life, so I'm taking yours!"

A 92-year-old woman is facing multiple charges after she allegedly shot and killed her son in Fountain Hills Monday because she refused to be admitted into an assisted living facility.

According to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, around 10 a.m., deputies responded to a call of an unknown trouble at a home near Palisades and Saguaro boulevards.

Officials say deputies found that Anna Mae Blessing, 92, had shot and killed her 72-year-old son.

"According to statements provided by suspect Blessing and received by the detectives, she had been contemplating for several days her son’s intentions to place her in an assisted living facility," MCSO said in a news release.

Blessing had reportedly concealed two pistols in the pockets of her robe and then confronted her son in his bedroom.

She reportedly told deputies that she removed the gun and fired multiple rounds, killing her son.

Blessing then pointed the gun at the son's girlfriend and the two struggled over the weapon when it became dislodged from her hand, officials said.

At that point, Blessing then reportedly retrieved the second gun and tried to point it at the girlfriend, who was then able to knock it from her possession.

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Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 16:56:46 Id: ffe252 [Preview] No.10728 del
To clarify: Boomers are people born between 1946 and 1964. So between 54 and 72 years old. The son is just within the range of being a boomer. The old bitch was born probably in 1926. Not even considered Post-War generation. She's WW2 era.


Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 17:18:16 Id: 1129b9 [Preview] No.10729 del
>>10728
Thanks for the clarification. What I don't understand is why there is so much hostility against the boomer generation. The problems we all face today is not because of one single generation, but due to ignorance, greed and corruption across our society as a whole. We see this with younger generations as well, but unfortunately younger generations don't have it as good as us boomers did back in the day. This is simply due to growing financial insolvency (massive debts), massive fraud in the banking sector and corruption within the government and major institutions (including private sector). /pol/ attributes this to kikery and to a large extent that is true because Jews do hold A LOT of positions of power and influence. And yet its deeper than that because we have systematic corruption at every level and facet, only getting worse and worse over time like a gradual decline.

I believe as our society (or call it Empire) becomes more unhinged we will be seeing more incidents like this OP: families turning on one another, irrational hostility, desperation that leads to more crime, increasing poverty, possibly unrest / civil war, etc.


Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 17:31:45 Id: ffe252 [Preview] No.10731 del
>>10729
The corruption's not only from kikery, it's from submissive traitors. I'm sure you've seen the bullshit rhetoric before, "He/she has to submit to jewish lobbies or they'll never get anywhere. But they claim they're doing good!" Not all Zionist scum putting the goals of Israel first before their own countries are jews. end/pol/'s aware of what happens when the tribe of chosenites are removed from power, and wishes to see that again. Every ethnicity (favoring highest percentage for those mixed) to their own nation and worldwide economic recovery with heavily defended borders. That's about it. You'll see "gas the kikes race war now" and "day of the rope" on 8/pol/, along with swarms of Commies, Liberals, NazBolsheviks and the jewish-coined Alt-Right.


Reader 07/05/2018 (Thu) 17:47:53 Id: 1129b9 [Preview] No.10734 del
>>10731
I would like to see Zionism removed from influential power, and the way I see it being possible is for nation states to remove their minions from positions of power one by one, nation after nation. Similar to what is going on within Europe where more and more nations are defying kikes like Soros and dismantling their subversive agendas. Some have reasonable resentment toward democracy but I find it ironic that democracy is a double-edged sword, and if the masses of good citizenry utilize democracy (as they did in Hungary and Italy) they can upend the Zionist puppets and corrupted political establishments. So I hope to see more of this unfold in the coming years.


Reader 07/06/2018 (Fri) 04:48:30 Id: 49cc00 [Preview] No.10762 del
>>10714
Well it's not an age, it's a generation. Boomers is short for Baby Boomers because when all the vets of WW2 got back, the Greatest Generation, they started pumping out kids like crazy. I'm not sure if generations in general have consistent set times like 10-25 years or so, but I know the period in which boomers were or could be born was like 1948 until sometime in the early or mid 60s?

So like, you either are a boomer and have been your entire life or you're not, it's not like you turn 60 and you've now entered the boomer phase of your life.