Anti-gun Protester David Hogg Now Rich From Publicity, Protected By Armed Guards Reader 06/23/2018 (Sat) 05:05:14 Id: 5c0291 [Preview] No. 10536 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
GO FIGURE!

David Hogg is a VIP now.

The 18-year-old attended the Parkland, Florida school where a student murdered 17 people in February, then made himself famous with relentless calls for gun control in the wake of the tragedy.

Now he’s got a book deal, and publicists — and armed guards.

Sean Di Somma snapped some pictures of Hogg strolling the streets of New York City recently with his new entourage in tow.

Here’s @davidhogg111 in NYC today with armed guards and bunch of publicists. #neveragain #Hypocrites pic.twitter.com/NsT9NiN5cv

— Sean Di Somma (@SeanDiSomma) June 20, 2018

The posted prompted a tit-for-tat with Hogg and his supporters.

Love you too

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Arguments For The Deletion of /pol/ and /news/ Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 05:07:05 [Preview] No. 9341 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
"Here we go again", one might say in their mind as they read the title of this post, reflecting on the many threads of the past that attempted the same task of eradicating /pol/, but I am confident in my ability to fight for my side. In many other imageboards, one can observe the influence of /pol/ and other politically oriented boards on the other boards of the website where content which is questionable by those who frequent /pol/ is posted. It is because of /pol/ that 4chan and 8chan gained coverage on many news websites and television channels as "alt-right" and "neo-nazi" websites with Pepe, a once harmless memetic being, turned into their mascot of hatred and deceit. Similar to the furfags of the past and present, they claim to be under attack and oppressed when presented with that which does not exist within their polticial beliefs, and calls anyone who refutes their points with facts and logical arguments as "shills" and "trolls". The world today is significantly different than the world of the past, and their attempts to bring forth an archaic and failed ideology to seize the present is a most futile attempt that only serves to represent their pathetic nature and blindness. As a quick recap, the points I have defined above shall be outlined here:

1)Those who frequent /pol/ often fail to assimilate within the cultures of other boards and apply their beliefs to places where they need not be present.
2)/pol/ has resulted in the influx of malicious users to 4chan and 8chan due to their actions being documented by the media.
3)Claim oppression when presented with ideas and facts that contradict their own.
4)Refer to those that present differing facts or argumentative refutations as "kikes" instead of dissecting and countering the argument if counterable.
5)Attempts to bring forth an archaic and hateful ideology that serves as a means separate different peoples and initiate war and conflict.

Like all logical and sound arguments, these points will not be easily counteracted, and when read by the odilitime, shall result in the deletion of /pol/ by their discretion.
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Anonymous 06/22/2018 (Fri) 13:58:42 [Preview] No.9355 del
>>9349
<Posts dicks to out himself immediately
>I could stage a more successful coup than this if I wanted to. You anti/pol/ and anti/news/ trolls are pathetic.

I often have come to find out those who call for censorship are the same ones who can never win any argument in a real debate, so they are jealous and call for debates to be shut down altogether. OP is likely angry he can't debate us, although I'd still be kind enough to listen to his point of view.


Anonymous 06/22/2018 (Fri) 15:58:45 [Preview] No.9356 del
You know why I think some people really hate /pol/ and even /news/ and want these boards shut down?

I do believe because reports such as the one below expose the harsh realities citizens face on a daily basis (and covering these realities is NOT often "politically correct", heaven forbid):

"Another Pro-Amnesty, Open Border Activist Killed By An Illegal Migrant"

>>>/news/0507 / https://archive.fo/cma9n

<A Moroccan truck driver has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of a German woman known for her activism on behalf of migrants.


Anonymous 06/22/2018 (Fri) 23:43:09 [Preview] No.9358 del
>>9341
>The world today is significantly different than the world of the past, and their attempts to bring forth an archaic and failed ideology to seize the present is a most futile attempt that only serves to represent their pathetic nature and blindness.

Steven pinker refuted the alt-right ideologies well in "enlightenment now." He did so after destroying the premises on which non liberal ideologies operate.


Anonymous 06/23/2018 (Sat) 04:09:22 [Preview] No.9359 del
>>9358
The whole "alt-right" threat is all inside your head. No one on /news/ or /pol/ even labels themselves as such. You should really lurk around more and just read what it is we actually discuss and talk about for a change.

The only reason nationalism is rising in the first place is because your failed leftist garbage ideologies that have been imposed over the last 4 or 5 decades have fucked the hard working class more than ever before. Your 'diversity' obsessions create rampant crime waves in our streets. Your disarmament policies against citizenry prevent good people from defending themselves and their loved ones. Your whole educational system is one big fucking joke, a bankster racket that brainwashes the youth and shackles them into mass student loan debt. Most of the proposed leftist 'solutions' only increase the power and debt insolvency of an already out-of-control, corrupt and incompetent government. Every country that installs your "single payer health care systems" SUCKS, creates massive backlogs and waiting periods and lacks fundamental services for those in critical conditions. You know nothing about economics 101 or fiscal responsibility. You leftists don't seem to understand that it is the producers and workers of society that fund the government via taxes, thus the bigger the government the more insolvent it becomes and more burdensome for the average taxpayer in the long-term. You openly call for censorship of everything you don't understand or get triggered by (see OP). You believe everything your told without questioning anything and lack critical thinking - and those who do are just labeled "conspiracy theorists" as was the case since the 60s after the JFK assassination (and unlike you snowflakes today JFK was a real man of integrity, a liberal who actually stood up to globalist elitist snobs and the privileged class you THINK AND WISH to be part of, but are not)!


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>>9359
>The whole "alt-right" threat is all inside your head. No one on /news/ or /pol/ even labels themselves as such.
Bingo. /pol/ hates the Alt Right. We're well aware of that particular deception.



Pathetic Retardation Epidemic: University Students May Need Counseling After 'Emotional' Required 'Diversity Training' Reader 06/23/2018 (Sat) 03:33:41 Id: 41466f [Preview] No. 10532 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Get this: the same idiots who often complain about not making enough money working will spend tens of thousands for student loans... just to receive THIS level of ignorant lecturing? Meanwhile, the hard workers these brainwashed fools label "backwards" and "undereducated" spend a small fraction of the price going to a trade school, learning productive skills who make middle class income from their skilled labor (which are still in demand).

WEW!

Minnesota State University will have counselors standing by to comfort “student leaders” who have an “emotional response” after being required to attend a new diversity training.

MSU announced Wednesday that two new 90-minute workshops on social justice and diversity are being implemented for “student leaders" this fall, noting that staff/faculty supervisors are expected to “make this training required.”

While the announcement does not provide a comprehensive definition of what constitutes a student leader, it does state that "examples of student leaders/workers include: Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Office Assistants, Resident Assistants, Student Orientation Counselors, etc."

The announcement itself does not explicitly state that the workshops will be mandatory, saying only that “we encourage faculty and staff to send their student leaders and student workers to both training sessions.”

A supplementary document provided within the announcement, however, states that staff and faculty supervisors are "expected" to "make this training required for student leaders and stress the importance," as well as “encourage student interaction during the trainings” and "require students to complete pre- and post-training surveys."

The same document also lists desired learning outcomes for participants, saying that upon completing the workshops, it is expected that students will “be able to define core diversity and social justice concepts, including privilege, oppression, and microaggression,” as well as “recognize areas where they have privilege and how this shapes their experiences and interactions.”

The first training, “Social Justice 101,” will focus on “core concepts of critical social justice, including identity, privilege and oppression, intersectionality, and microaggressions, while the second training will tackle “racism, sexism, and LGBTQ issues.”

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Reader 06/23/2018 (Sat) 03:52:43 Id: 411c31 [Preview] No.10534 del
I wonder, did any staff in Zerohedge ever graduate from an university?
Or did they get their degrees from the National Students Association?


Reader 06/23/2018 (Sat) 04:26:03 Id: 41466f [Preview] No.10535 del
>>10534
It is possible some may have. The crew at Zero Hedge tend to think outside the box and enjoy poking fun at the irony of today's fucked up society as well, so I guess they may seem less established or lack credibility for that. Overall I'd say they are a whole lot more intelligent than the stooges the mainstream media hire to cover (or in some cases cover-up) issues such as this.



Russia's Newest 100-megaton Nuclear Apocalypse Machine Can Wipe Out Entire US Coast, Drown US With Radioactive Salt Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 21:58:01 Id: d82486 [Preview] No. 10521 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Doomsday has a name. Moscow christens their newest nuclear apocalypse machine “POSEIDON” — after the Greek God of oceans, earthquakes, and tsunamis.

POSEIDON will be deployed between 2018 and 2027, according to TASS. The program was secret until 2016.

In 2016, Russian state television “accidentally” revealed plans for an unmanned robot submarine, like a huge intelligent torpedo, armed with a massive 100-megaton warhead — the largest nuclear weapon ever deployed by any nation. POSEIDON would explode underwater to radioactively contaminate and inundate with tsunamis U.S. coastal cities and seaboard, where are concentrated much of America’s military-industrial strength and population.

U.S. intelligence confirms the existence of POSEIDON in the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review. Russia is testing a prototype.

Russian press reports the power of the robot-bomb will be 100 megatons — equivalent to 100 million tons of TNT, according to former senior Defense Department official, Mark Schneider, one of Washington’s best informed analysts.

Interfax reports: “On March 1, the Russian president spoke about the creation in Russia of unmanned underwater machines capable of moving at a very low depth and at intercontinental range at a speed far exceeding the speed of submarines, the most modern torpedoes and all types of surface ships, even the most high-speed ones.” Putin said Poseidon carries a “massive nuclear ordinance.”

POSEIDON contractor Alexei Rakhmanov tells Interfax Russia’s doomsday robot-bomb is “not a fantasy, not a prototype and it’s not a cartoon. These machines really exist.”

Unfortunately, Russia’s 100-megaton doomsday bomb is real.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 21:58:47 Id: d82486 [Preview] No.10522 del
>>10521
Moscow built a 100-megaton bomb called the TSAR BOMBA (“King of Bombs” officially the RDS-220), tested the day before Halloween, on October 30, 1961. TSAR was deliberately tested to only half strength, 50-60 megatons, by removing the third stage. No bomber could survive if TSAR were tested to full strength. At 100 megatons, TSAR would have covered much of Russia with radioactive fallout, though tested in far Novaya Zemlya beyond the Arctic Circle.

TSAR was a three-stage thermonuclear weapon. The first stage used fission to compress a thermonuclear second stage, just like in a normal H-bomb, except the first and second stages were more powerful, yielding 50-60 megatons, already twice as powerful as the biggest U.S. H-bomb ever built.

TSAR’s thermonuclear second stage was designed to compress another thermonuclear third stage and to fission a uranium tamper. All three stages would release an estimated 100-150 megatons. The third stage would also, by fissioning uranium, produce enormous amounts of radioactive fallout.

As noted above, TSAR’s third stage was not tested to reduce blast and fallout.

TSAR is the most powerful nuclear weapon ever built, even at half strength yielding the biggest explosion ever produced by mankind — releasing more than 10 times the energy of all the ordnance exploded in World War II. 100 megatons is energetically equivalent to 10,000 Hiroshima A-bombs or 1,000 U.S. W80 H-bombs (yield 100 kilotons). The most powerful bomb ever deployed by the U.S. is the B41 (yield 25 megatons) scrapped in 1976.

When testing the TSAR — even though tested only to half strength — the Soviets estimated their bomber crew only had a 50 percent chance of surviving its blast and thermal effects. Its enormous fireball was visible at a distance of 1,000 kilometers (620 miles). TSAR’s shockwave was observed rippling the atmosphere at a distance of 700 kilometers (430 miles).

Moscow tested TSAR over the wastelands of Novaya Zemlya, a remote island surrounded by the Arctic Ocean, to isolate its effects from the Russian mainland and humanity. All buildings within the test range, both wooden and brick, were destroyed, including the village of Severny located 55 kilometers (34 miles) from ground zero. The thermal pulse would have caused third degree burns at a distance of 100 kilometers (62 miles) and was felt by an observer 270 kilometers (170 miles) from ground zero. Windows and doors were broken at a distance from ground zero of 900 kilometers (560 miles), including in Finland and Sweden.

Even though TSAR was not a ground contact burst, but airburst at an altitude of 4 kilometers (13,000 feet), it caused an earthquake-like seismic shockwave, registering at 5.5, that circled the planet three times.

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>>10522
>They are thinking about 1950s-type all-out thermonuclear mass destruction of entire peoples and nations. After blasting us into oblivion, they would sow our soil with radioactive salt so there could be no recovery.
Ohai, CNN. The only reason they'd attack the U.S. is if our government hit first with a nuclear bomb. Since USA has the history of already doing that, you should be more afraid of this warmongering government continuing to agitate Russia, because US govt. has already started shit.


Reader 06/23/2018 (Sat) 02:35:42 Id: d235d4 [Preview] No.10531 del
>>10530
I agree. Its not that hard to put our petty differences aside and respect one another's sovereignty. If we ever got hit with this kind of nuclear weapon system I can almost guarantee our government went insane and struck them first. Although this OP is important information to know, it clarifies just how dangerous empirical behavior could become.


Reader 06/23/2018 (Sat) 03:47:26 Id: dca4f8 [Preview] No.10533 del
>>10522
>allnewspipeline.com
neat domain
>>10531
>respect one another's sovereignty.
But USA never does that
>how dangerous empirical behavior could become.
Start with with the US Petro Dollar.
Wait, that's why BRICS Yuan was made!
So now that there's competition, newspiped by CIA feel threatened!
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New Mexican Presidential Candidate Calls For Invasion of America! How Will Our Military Respond? Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 21:45:29 Id: ed5e91 [Preview] No. 10519 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
WILL THE US MILITARY STAND DOWN IF AMERICA IS INVADED BY HOARDS OF ANGRY FOREIGNERS? WE MAY SOON FIND OUT!

Be Prepared: >>>/spoon/903

Mexican presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) just called for a mass invasion into United States during a speech Tuesday declaring it a “human right” for all North Americans.

“And soon, very soon — after the victory of our movement — we will defend all the migrants in the American continent and all the migrants in the world,” Obrador said, adding that immigrants “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States.”

He then declared it as “a human right we will defend,” eluniversal.com reports.

While the election is not until July 1, Obrador is by far the frontrunner.

Obrador in April delivered speech criticizing Trump and promising that Mexico will not become a “piñata” for any foreign government, Global News reports.

The former mayor of Mexico City, Obrador holds progressive populist views. The 64-year-old ran unsuccessfully for president twice before, according to DW.

Fox’s Tucker Carlson noted Thursday that Obrador has previously proposed granting amnesty to Mexican drug cartels. “America is now Mexico’s social safety net, and that’s a very good deal for the Mexican ruling class,” Carlson added.

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Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 22:43:28 Id: ed5e91 [Preview] No.10525 del
>>10524
Who ever said that was the whole wall? It simply stated new construction finally began. Not that its all being built because that is obviously not the case.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 22:47:15 Id: c87e14 [Preview] No.10526 del
>>10525
We're clearly talking timescale here. Will it be finished soon enough or too late? I'm already aware of what the answer is, which can only be fixed if current Mexican immigrants are ALL shipped back and US-born Mexicans also. Have you ever been to mid or southern Texas? The border's in entirely the wrong place.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 22:57:14 Id: ed5e91 [Preview] No.10527 del
If - or God forbid when - this happens, this will be the ultimate indication whether our military is on our side, or on the enemy's side. No military that is loyal to protecting its country allows a foreign invasion or they might as well add insult to injury and fly a foreign flag at their bases. This will be the determining factor whether or not our military is really on our side. And if they are not on our side, we might as well stop paying taxes all together and bankrupt the whole treasonous system.


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>>10526
Too many people always think its "too late" to do anything about the problems we face, but thats not necessarily always true. More often things continue to get worse and worse until people rise up and force the corrupt system to change (or the corrupt system collapses and change is then forced upon everyone in a much more authoritarian manner). I don't know if this is the path America chooses to take, it may be. And if that case, it would get a WHOLE LOT WORSE before it gets any better. A perfect example was what happened during the Soviet Union - it got so horrific it just collapsed in on itself with millions of innocent people dying as a result. Then new nationalist leadership took over and came to the rescue of those who survived the whole nightmare (now they have Putin to thank for it).


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As I read more and more its as if everything has been laid out and strategically planned long ago.



New Great Italian Government May Begin Impounding German NGO Migrant Trafficking Ships, Arresting Crew Members Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 14:50:35 Id: 1bf089 [Preview] No. 10506 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Italy doubled down Friday on its new tough stance against migrants, calling for a German NGO’s rescue boat to be impounded and its crew arrested as the EU prepares for a tense weekend mini-summit on the issue dividing the bloc.

Just three weeks in power, Italy’s new populist government is digging its heels in on campaign promises to stop the influx of migrants, threatening to seize rescue ships or barring them from its ports.

This time, it has set its sights on the German NGO, Mission Lifeline.

“The illegal boat Lifeline is now in Maltese waters with its cargo of 239 migrants. For the safety of its crew and the passengers, we’ve asked Malta to open its ports,” Interior Minister Matteo Salvini wrote on Twitter.

“Clearly, the boat should immediately be impounded and its crew arrested,” said Salvini, who is also Italy’s deputy prime minister.

A source close to the Maltese government said that Valetta had not yet received any official request from Rome, nor had Lifeline itself sought any permission to land.

Salvini has repeatedly accused NGOs of being complicit with human smugglers operating in Libya.

“Italian ports are no longer at the disposal of traffickers. Open the Maltese ports! Open the French ports,” he said on Friday, speaking ahead a second round of local elections on Sunday in Sienna.

On Thursday, Italy’s infrastructure minister Danilo Toninelli had said that two of Mission Lifeline’s ships — the Lifeline and the Seefuchs — would be “seized by the Italian government and directed into our ports” to launch an investigation into their legal status.

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Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 21:17:09 Id: f295e7 [Preview] No.10518 del
I've had some doubts about "democracy" myself but I think this is proof that democracy CAN work... but ONLY if the masses elect the right kind of leadership.



Germany: Another Pro-Amnesty, Open Border Activist Killed By An Illegal Migrant Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 15:50:42 Id: ec88e4 [Preview] No. 10507 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A Moroccan truck driver has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of a German woman known for her activism on behalf of migrants.

Imagine our shock.

Sophia Lösche, 28, has been missing for a week since she embarked on a hitchhiking journey in Germany.

Police now suspect that she was murdered, and an international manhunt has led to the arrest of a 40-year-old Moroccan man who is said to have picked her up at a truck stop in Leipzig.

The man was reportedly traveling to Morocco when he was apprehended in Spain.

While German media has reported on the Lösche mystery at length, it appears that fewer outlets are reporting the identity of the suspect.

“Only smaller, regional newspapers are reporting about it,” notes Freie Welt. “This could be related to the fact that Sophia Lösche was active in the political left-wing spectrum and that a possible crime against a migrant supporter by possibly a migrant would be extremely dramatic.”

Lösche is affiliated with the pro-migrant group “No Borders Kitchen,” which works with migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos, where thousands have landed after crossing the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe.

She is also the sister of a Green party politician from Bavaria.

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>>10515
>post image macros which have been around longer than chans
>catch shit from wailing anons

>massive emoticon faggotry
>somehow acceptable


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>>10516
Who's wailing? I don't see anyone wailing here.


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>>10517
Didn't say the wailing was on /news/. I suddenly don't care that much.



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Anonymous 05/13/2017 (Sat) 08:51:14 [Preview] No. 6279 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
EDIT: This is now the /pol/ containment thread

Hi dear site owners,

We have a problem with /pol/. One of our newly appointed mods is apparently the "nigger spammer" who is using Tor to bump old threads. I am suspecting the BO and the mod to be either one and the same person using different VPN mod accounts or BO has hi-jacked the board to crash it by employing his friends or family members.

Right now i was banned for exposing the new mod to be the spammer himself in the board own meta thread. As you may understand /pol/ is a NS board which is targeted by so many groups of people.
While the new mod is creating dozens of "honey pot" threads old popular threads were slid and /pol/ is dying.
The board is dying and I don't know what we suppose to do.
Some posts and threads are deleted, I myself was banned in the meta thread. The mods are creating a chaos and they they use it to ban random people and lock and delete unwanted threads.


The BO himself has developed the tactic to let the mods do the job for him so he keeps his clean image. Once a mod has messed up the board far enough he simply replaces him (likely with the same guy by deleting the old mod account and creating a new one. Ocolette is owning the board for approximately 5 months now and it has become same bs as 8/pol/ were people are getting banned unfairly and for ridiculous reasons.

I have taken screenshots and archived all evidence. I'm ready to upload it if required.
People are now leaving /pol/ in big numbers and I ask you to help to save the board from Ocolette and his moderation.
Edited last time by odilitime on 11/04/2017 (Sat) 11:47:59.
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>>9347
only 150 hours you autistic niggerpumpkin


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>>9348
So what does you pretending to be white have to do with this?


Anonymous 06/22/2018 (Fri) 07:09:37 [Preview] No.9351 del
>>9350
No one gives a fuck about race


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>>9350
>me pretending
tell us more about your normal family life where you work as a candy striper nurse lathering up old man gock while your not busy cleaning up trap spam


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Good! Supreme Court Rules Amazon (And Other Online Retailers) Will No Longer Be Exempted From Sales Tax Laws Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 17:10:41 Id: ed4e4e [Preview] No. 10512 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Amazon.com Inc. shares slid 1.1% Thursday while bricks-and-mortar store operators rallied, after the Supreme Court ruled that states have the right to collect sales taxes on internet companies that do not have a physical presence in their states.

The 5-4 ruling “would give every retailer the opportunity to compete on a level playing field without government’s thumb on the scale,” said the Retail Industry Leaders Association.

Wayfair Inc. said in a statement that it “already collects and remits sales tax on approximately 80% of our orders in the U.S., a number that continues to grow as we expand our logistics footprint.” The online furniture retailer doesn’t expect the ruling to have a “noticeable impact” on its business.

https://archive.fo/a69Q0
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/amazon-shares-fall-after-supreme-court-ruling-on-sales-tax-as-brick-and-mortar-retailers-gain-2018-06-21

Thursday's Supreme Court decision overturned a ruling from 1992 that allowed online retailers to skirt sales tax collection responsibilities in states where they don't have a physical presence. Since Amazon already collects sales tax in every state on the products it sells directly, which account for roughly half of all units sold on its site, the court ruling should have less impact on how much it charges for its products.

The other half of products on Amazon are sold by third-party merchants on Amazon's marketplace. They potentially face the added burden of collecting sales tax in states that begin taxing online sales.

But Amazon stands to benefit from the ruling, at least so-called 'experts' say.

Most of Amazon's competitors, like Wayfair or Overstock, are in a more difficult position because they haven't been as rigorous or complete about collecting sales tax in states they don't have a physical presence. Now that they could have to collect tax throughout much of the U.S., beating Amazon on price will become even harder.

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Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 17:11:27 Id: ed4e4e [Preview] No.10513 del
>>10512
The more important question for Amazon is how Thursday's decision will change the way its third-party sellers, who have become a rapidly growing piece of the business, collect sales tax.

"Amazon can hide behind its marketplace to claim tax exemption because it's still going to pretend it's not a retailer — and not responsible for collecting sales taxes," Rafelson said. "There's still a lot of legal questions that need to be answered."

An Amazon spokesperson said in a statement that the company isn't commenting on the ruling.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180622170418/https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/21/why-amazon-wins-with-supreme-court-sales-tax-ruling.html

Only five states do not have a state-wide sales tax: Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon. Alaska and Montana allow individual cities to collect local sales taxes, according to the Tax Foundation.

The 5-4 ruling is widely seen as a victory for brick-and-mortar stores, which previously said online retailers' ability to avoid sales-tax collection gave them an advantage. States also argued against the previous statute, saying it reduced their potential revenue from sales taxes as more consumers turned to digital shopping options.

President Donald Trump has also criticized Amazon, whose founder, Jeff Bezos, also owns The Washington Post, saying the online retailer does not collect any sales tax. Even before the Supreme Court's ruling, however, Amazon had said it was moving to collect state sales taxes on its inventory sold in all 45 states with statewide taxes.

Americans will have to wait and see to see how this really affects Amazon's monopoly as other online retailers will also be affected.

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Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 17:13:00 Id: ed4e4e [Preview] No.10514 del
My honest opinion is this will help the brick and mortar stores to compete on a more fair playing field as brick and mortar stores have NEVER been exempted from sales tax laws (unlike major online retailers).



Nows Your Chance, Germany! German SPD Said Preparing For New Elections, Euro Slides Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 14:15:33 Id: 83cedf [Preview] No. 10505 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/10307 ; >>>/news/10372 ; >>>/news/10434

With just over a week left on Angela Merkel's CSU ultimatum to resolve the German "refugee" problem in a manner that is satisfactory to her populist coalition partner Horst Seehofer (and who famously said recently that he "can’t work with that woman anymore") and that sees an EU agreement that sends migrants back to their originating European nations, something which in light of recent Italian populist developments is impossible and effectively guarantees that Merkel will be unsuccessful, on Friday morning Spiegel reported that the next step for Chancellor Merkel now seems inevitable, and that Germany's SPD party is preparing for new elections, one assumes on the belief that the Merkel coalition government will collapse.

Specifically, Der Spiegel reported that Party Secretary General Lars Klingbeil held three internal meetings to prepare for possible new elections, which all happened late last week and early this week.

Topics covered included possible dates for new elections, which SPD strategists see in early September at the earliest.

According to the report, Klingbeil also ordered seeking out venues for special party summit, and that the SPD, which has seen a plunge in the polls in recent months, will contract a new PR agency regardless of whether new elections take place.

As expected, news that Germany may have new elections soon send the Euro - which until this moment had seen a sharp short squeeze - sliding. There has been no comment so far from either Merkel or the CDU/CSU.

https://archive.fo/rH4k8
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-22/german-spd-said-preparing-new-elections-euro-slides


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 16:34:51 Id: 2c63e1 [Preview] No.10510 del
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I truly wish the best for the German people, and to see that jewish bitch out of office. Hopefully yet another won't step up in her place.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 16:36:41 Id: 83cedf [Preview] No.10511 del
>>10510
That's why its important to vote the most nationalist parties in. Could you imagine if Germany flipped the way Italy did? It would be 100% GAME OVER for the EU's forced migration policy.



Good! US Supreme Court Rules Police Must Obtain Warrants To Track Cell Phone Location Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 16:28:43 Id: 5cf2db [Preview] No. 10508 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The Supreme Court ruled Friday that law enforcement cannot track people's movements for periods of weeks or months without a warrant.

In a 5-4 ruling, the court held that the acquisition of cell-site records by government officials is covered under the Fourth Amendment.

Chief Justice John Roberts who wrote the opinion sided with the court's four liberal judges; Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer - while Justice Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch dissented.

While stressing that their decision doesn't question longstanding surveillance techniques and tools such as security cameras, Roberts said that historical cell-site records present even greater privacy concerns than monitoring via GPS.

"Here the progress of science has afforded law enforcement a powerful new tool to carry out its important responsibilities," Roberts said, adding "While individuals regularly leave their vehicles, they compulsively carry cell phones with them all the time."

"A cell phone faithfully follows its owner beyond public thoroughfares and into private residences, doctor’s offices, political headquarters, and other potentially revealing locales."

The conservative judges strongly objected - writing four times as much in their dissents than Roberts did for the court's majority.

Justice Anthony Kennedy said the government's search of cellphone location records was permissible because they were held by the service provider, not the individual. "The court's new and uncharted course will inhibit law enforcement."

Justice Samuel Alito called it a "revolutionary" ruling that "guarantees a blizzard of litigation while threatening many legitimate and valuable investigative practices upon which law enforcement has rightfully come to rely." -USA Today

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Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 16:32:31 Id: 5cf2db [Preview] No.10509 del
A lot of folks on ZH say they'll do it anyway. And this is likely true: except one major issue overlooked: they can't present location data as evidence in court against someone if there has been no warrant issued. So that evidence would have to be thrown out if surveillance not warranted. And for once I agree with these liberal judges, our right to privacy should be protected. I'm all for that, as much as I'm for arming the citizenry!



Such Good! Hungary Passes The "Stop Soros" Bill Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 11:36:25 Id: a62583 [Preview] No. 10475 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Hungary's parliament on Wednesday approved a package of bills that criminalises some help given to illegal immigrants, defying the European Union and Soros' human trafficking NGOs.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been a vocal critic of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's open-door migrant policy and has led eastern European opposition to EU quotas that aimed to distribute asylum seekers around the bloc.

Orban's right-wing Fidesz party tightened its grip on parliament in an April election fought on a fiercely anti-immigration platform that demonised U.S. billionaire George Soros and liberal NGOs he backs. Orban accuses Soros of encouraging mass immigration to undermine Europe, a charge Soros denies.

Under the new law, officially called "STOP Soros", individuals or groups who help migrants not entitled to protection to submit requests for asylum or who help illegal migrants gain status to stay in Hungary will be liable to prison terms.

"The Hungarian people rightfully expects the government to use all means necessary to combat illegal immigration and the activities that aid it," Interior Minister Sandor Pinter wrote in a justification attached to the draft legislation.

"The STOP Soros package of bills serves that goal, making the organisation of illegal immigration a criminal offence. We want to use the bills to stop Hungary from becoming a country of immigrants," he said.

Parliament, where Fidesz has a two-thirds majority, also passed on Wednesday a constitutional amendment to state that an "alien population" cannot be settled in Hungary - a swipe at Brussels over its quota plan.

Immigration has become a major concern for voters across the European Union, helping to propel anti-migrant populists to power in Italy and Austria and threatening to fracture Merkel's three-month-old coalition in Germany.

Orban has drummed up support for his tough measures by exploiting Hungarians' memories of the large numbers of mostly Muslim migrants fleeing conflicts in the Middle East who surged into the country in the summer of 2015.

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Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 11:37:39 Id: a62583 [Preview] No.10476 del
Italy should do they same while they can!


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 13:31:32 Id: 97fad2 [Preview] No.10478 del
Other than Merkel being forced to cave or possibly losing her govt coalition, this is the best news I've heard this week. Orban will sign this in and this is going to send shock waves around the EU.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 13:35:39 Id: d22754 [Preview] No.10504 del
This still leaves me with excitement. We actually have another country besides Russia actually kicking this kike the hell out.



Elon Musk Warns Employees That Big Oil Is Trying To Take Down His Company Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 14:14:51 Id: 920b4f [Preview] No. 10482 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Tesla founder Elon Musk claims his company is being purposefully sabotaged by the New World Order in an attempt to suppress solar power and electric cars.

In a leaked email sent out to employees, Musk warned that shadowy figures working for Big Oil and Wall Street have infiltrated his company and are hellbent on destroying Tesla’s reputation.

According to the Tesla CEO, a recent report of a factory fire, reports of car malfunctions, and reports of software bugs are fake news, designed to destroy the firm’s reputation.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180621141035/https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/18/elon-musk-email-tesla-factory-paint-shop-fire-sunday.html

Here’s the full email:

From: Elon Musk
To: Everybody
Subject: Some concerning news

June 17, 2018
11:57 p.m.

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Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 14:15:33 Id: 920b4f [Preview] No.10483 del
>>10482
Most of the time, when there is theft of goods, leaking of confidential information, dereliction of duty or outright sabotage, the reason really is something simple like wanting to get back at someone within the company or at the company as a whole. Occasionally, it is much more serious.

Please be extremely vigilant, particularly over the next few weeks as we ramp up the production rate to 5k/week. This is when outside forces have the strongest motivation to stop us.

If you know of, see or suspect anything suspicious, please send a note to [email address removed for privacy] with as much info as possible. This can be done in your name, which will be kept confidential, or completely anonymously.

Looking forward to having a great week with you as we charge up the super exciting ramp to 5000 Model 3 cars per week!

Will follow this up with emails every few days describing the progress and challenges of the Model 3 ramp.

Thanks for working so hard to make Tesla successful,

- Elon

https://archive.fo/MfHX0
https://yournewswire.com/elon-musk-new-world-order-destroy-tesla/


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 14:26:28 Id: 920b4f [Preview] No.10484 del
This is a highly debatable issue.

First off, corporate sabotage and espionage is nothing new. It does exist and goes on daily and often without public knowledge.

However, Tesla applies extreme vulnerabilities by default making their cars digital (which are so much more likely to be remotely sabotaged in the first place).

My opinion is that the cars are vulnerable by default - not that they won't work - just that they are digital making them much more susceptible to being hacked / blown up remotely. Remember this Musk: the CIA was exposed by Wikileak's via "Vault 7" being able to HACK newer digitized vehicles to commit "remote assassinations" by remotely hijacking them! See here: https://archive.fo/KoIBV#selection-1659.0-1716.0

If anyone thinks governments are not in bed with other enriched enterprises better think again!


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 03:53:26 Id: c45150 [Preview] No.10496 del
>>10490
What, you didn't know buying tanks is legal? Arnold Schwarzenegger bought the one he used to drive for the Austrian army.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 13:33:00 Id: 285ccb [Preview] No.10503 del
I'll just stick to my early 90s Ford truck. Sure it needs routine maintenance but she still runs well.



So-called "Unbiased" FBI: New OIG Report Reveals There Was NO Real Investigation Into Hillary Clinton Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 12:25:28 Id: a031bc [Preview] No. 10457 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/10330 | https://archive.fo/h1hvn

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her aides were never a target or even a subject in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private server, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed in Senate testimony.

“Nobody was listed as a subject of this [Clinton email] investigation at any point in time,” Horowitz said while testifying to the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday, adding that fact was “surprising” for a criminal probe.

The Inspector General’s report explains that at no time during the former Secretary of State’s email investigation was she or any of her aides, including Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, designated as a subject of the investigation at all.

The report elaborates on this irregularity in more detail:

“The Midyear investigation was opened with an ‘Unknown Subject(s) [UNSUB],’ and at no time during the investigation was any individual identified by the FBI as a subject or target of the investigation, including former Secretary Clinton,” the report states on page 40.

“FBI witnesses told us that the ‘UNSUB’ designation is common and means that the FBI has not identified a specific target or subject at the outset of an investigation.”

“According to FBI witnesses, this allowed the FBI to expand the focus of the investigation based on the evidence without being ‘locked into a particular subject.’ With respect to the Midyear investigation, witnesses told the OIG that the FBI did not identify anyone as a subject or target during the investigation because it was unclear how the classified material had been introduced to the server and who was responsible for improperly placing it there.”

These findings contrast with ex-FBI Director James Comey’s statement to the Office of the Inspector General that Clinton was indeed a subject in the email investigation and was unaware of the “UNSUB” designations.

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Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 14:58:56 Id: fad8cd [Preview] No.10485 del
That doesn't surprise me at all. What does is that there are people out there stupid enough to believe the act they put on when running "against" each other.


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 15:00:47 Id: fad8cd [Preview] No.10486 del
>>10485
Might help if the fucking webm I attached actually uploaded.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 13:29:55 Id: daa015 [Preview] No.10502 del
>>10486
>>10485
Well I guess you can call many in the FBI pretty stupid as their messages clearly show their support for Hillary and extreme dissent against Trump.



Trump Signs Executive Order To Keep Migrant Families Together While In Custody Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 13:45:52 Id: 07aa23 [Preview] No. 10479 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Bowing to pressure from the shitstream media and cucks, President Donald Trump abruptly reversed himself Wednesday and signed an executive order halting his administration's policy of separating children from their parents when they are detained illegally crossing the U.S. border.

It was a dramatic turnaround for Trump, who has been insisting, wrongly, that his administration had no choice but to separate families apprehended at the border because of federal law and a court decision.

The order does not end the "zero-tolerance" policy that criminally prosecutes all adults caught crossing the border illegally. But, at least for the next few weeks, it would keep families together while they are in custody, expedite their cases and ask the Defense Department to help house them. It also doesn't change anything yet for the some 2,300 children taken from their families since the policy was put into place.

The news in recent days has been dominated by searing images of children held in cages at border facilities, as well as audio recordings of young children crying for their parents — images that have sparked fury, questions of morality and concern from Republicans about a negative impact on their races in November's midterm elections.

Until Wednesday, the president, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and other officials had repeatedly argued the only way to end the practice was for Congress to pass new legislation, while Democrats said Trump could do it with his signature alone. That's just what he did.

"We're going to have strong, very strong borders, but we're going to keep the families together," said Trump, who added that he didn't like the "sight" or "feeling" of children separated from their parents.

The "zero tolerance" policy put into place last month moves adults to the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service and sends many children to facilities run by the Department of Health and Human Services.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180621134247/https://apnews.com/1dafadd6fee4447cadd4a0179553026e/In-reversal,-Trump-orders-halt-to-his-family-separation-rule
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Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 00:13:12 Id: 7dad2e [Preview] No.10494 del
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>>10479
Child separation policy is not a Trump policy
It was Bill Clinton that started it, this has been going on for a long time. Trump just went along with "established policy". So if they try to burn him with the question "Where did all the girls and babies go", it will be difficult to nail Trump for it without explaining all the other years it was in place.

So two decades of this crap went by, you can bet the systems of child trafficking are well entrenched.

One thing I noticed is it appears they have lots of trolls out there, posting comments about "why does everyone suddenly care about the children" and "The Democrats need to stop whining" and "The Republicans never cared about them before, they are hypocrites for caring now" and yada yada. Every excuse possible to diminish how people react to what is going on. And that by itself speaks volumes.

I can't think of anyone with a normal brain that could look at that Wal-mart picture and think it is OK, and not be shocked that it is an improvement over what Obama ran - I can't believe anyone with a normal brain would think it is OK that it cannot be immediately answered where the girls and babies are, - people posting as if they are all upset that people "suddenly care" definitely have something to hide and come off as nothing but naked trolls that are trying to diminish the fact that they have been BUSTED.

The troll reactions alone are strong evidence not everything is on the up and up, they probably really are selling off at least a fair number of the girls and babies. Into what? There is plenty to guess. - Jim Stone


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 00:16:57 Id: 7dad2e [Preview] No.10495 del
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>>10494
pic related


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 04:28:21 Id: c84990 [Preview] No.10497 del
>>10491
Politicians rarely address the problems of average American workers... and God forbid when they do, they fuck things up even more. Let them focus on space, theres nothing out there they'll fuck up.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 04:56:53 Id: be4110 [Preview] No.10499 del
>>10497
Unless space aliens actually exist. Then we'll engage in trade with them just to slap embargos and sanctions on them to agitate them into war. And the deception runs before they've even been discovered. "Aliens all want to kill us because look at these movies." I believe if they're out there, they're making a wide berth around earth.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 13:24:37 Id: ede02b [Preview] No.10501 del
>>10499
I doubt we'll ever see any aliens, and even if they do exist I doubt we'd be able to properly communicate with them.



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Park Service gives OK for "Unite the Right" anniversary rally. Gentlemen. Prepare you your fals 06/21/2018 (Thu) 23:06:57 [Preview] No. 10492 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
WASHINGTON -- An organizer of last year's deadly white supremacist rally in Virginia has been granted initial approval to host another rally in August, this time in the heart of the nation's capital. The National Park Service says it has approved an application for a "Unite the Right" anniversary rally to be held in front of the White House.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/park-service-gives-ok-for-unite-the-right-anniversary-rally-in-front-of-white-house/

https://archive.fo/Eh9hT


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 23:36:53 Id: a2531b [Preview] No.10493 del
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>last year's deadly "white supremacist" rally in Virginia
Charlottesville. I haven't seen a gathering of bearded kikes that large since the BBC's documentary on synagogues.


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 04:43:05 Id: 81d507 [Preview] No.10498 del
Oh golly, what should we expect? More Soros NGOs and paid undercover federal provocateurs trying to demean conservatives in the eyes of the public with their corporate state-run media presstitutes? Well I'm not buying it Uncle Sam!

Anyone who attends these kinds of events (liberal or conservative oriented) are fools. Full of hired provocateurs and if you try stopping them YOU end up being the one arrested. Public honeypot for the cops. I'll be safe at home!


Reader 06/22/2018 (Fri) 13:23:12 Id: 3e184f [Preview] No.10500 del
>>10493
Yep. Charlottesville was one big ass psyop to make average conservatives look bad. Another great example... don't fall for these "alt-right" loonies, many are hired provocateurs.

You are much better off and safer staying at home as cops try snaring up all their traps with their anti-fa commrades.



EndChan/InfinityNow Terminal Client Morphosis 06/03/2018 (Sun) 21:18:45 [Preview] No. 12749 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
How hard would it be to create a terminal client for endchan/InfinityNow? I know that the OverChan android app can view this site; does that work by scraping or is there an API?

It would be much more comfy to browse here from the terminal than through the browser. You could have proper keyboard navigation between posts, and you wouldn't need a mouse at all. The biggest issue that comes to mind would be solving the captcha for making posts.
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Anonymous 06/04/2018 (Mon) 18:07:00 [Preview] No.12753 del
Lynx


Anonymous 06/04/2018 (Mon) 22:08:56 [Preview] No.12755 del
>>12753
This.


Anonymous 06/05/2018 (Tue) 03:37:03 [Preview] No.12757 del
>>12749
>How hard would it be to create a terminal client for endchan/InfinityNow?
That depends on you, namefag.
http://s6424n4x4bsmqs27.onion/tech/res/12749.json


Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 20:37:06 [Preview] No.12803 del
>>12752
second


Anonymous 06/21/2018 (Thu) 23:43:07 [Preview] No.12805 del
>>12749
I coded a little emacs extension parsing the json of a thread to a very readable org file (to save threads). So making a client wouldn't be that hard. But I'll not share it.



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Anonymous 06/21/2018 (Thu) 22:54:06 [Preview] No. 12804 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Does there exist any alternatives to the CUDA technologies offered by Nvidia? Asking because of a few software applications which I desire to run but rely on those technologies to work most efficiently.



MODERN SOVIET UNION, EU, ADOPTS INTERNET CENSORSHIP MEASURES, CONTENT FILTERING Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 13:31:04 Id: c2ff2f [Preview] No. 10458 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BE PREPARED: >>>/b/17224 | https://archive.fo/CnxIm

The EU's plans to modernize copyright law in Europe are moving ahead. The Legal Affairs Committee of the Parliament (JURI) just adopted several proposals, including the controversial "upload filters." Pirate Party MEP Julia Reda is disappointed but notes that the fight is not over yet.

Through a series of new proposals, the European Commission is working hard to modernize EU copyright law.

These plans have not been without controversy. In particular, Article 13 of the proposed Copyright Directive has been widely criticized as it would pressure online services to monitor and filter uploaded content.

The article states that online services are liable for any uploaded content unless they take “effective and proportionate” action to prevent copyright infringements, as identified by copyright holders.

That also includes preventing allegedly infringing files from being reuploaded, which implies some form of hash filtering and continuous monitoring of all user uploads.

Today, the Legal Affairs Committee of the Parliament (JURI) voted on the issue. With a 15 to 10 majority, the Article 13 proposal of Rapporteur Voss was adopted. This means that the plans move ahead in their current form, despite massive public outcry.

Over the past year, we have repeatedly covered the widespread opposition. Legal scholars, digital activists, politicians, all worried that the upload restrictions would violate the rights of regular Internet users.

In recent weeks, the wave of protests swelled. More prominent figures sounded the alarm bell, including Internet pioneer Vint Cerf, World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee, the Internet Archive’s Brewster Kahle, and Jimmy Wales from Wikipedia.

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Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 19:04:01 Id: 0621b1 [Preview] No.10466 del
>>10465
So then what exactly does this law do for the end user? I can't upload images to imageboards that are subject to a copyright despute? This is already the case.

>What do you mean by Tor being blocked
Tried posting from ToR. Said I was blocked.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 19:18:53 Id: ac80be [Preview] No.10467 del
>>10466
The block is for everyone on Tor. There should be the option to get a block bypass by filling out a captcha.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 20:56:52 Id: ca8f3f [Preview] No.10471 del
>>10466
The law is not to enforce standard copyright law, thats only a ruse. Its to hold all owners of website forums / image boards / interactive blogs / social media services / file hosts / etc. ACCOUNTABLE for what their users do or post. It mandates upload filtering algorithms similar to deep packet inspection to block unwanted or forbidden content (and this could literally apply to anything, even a picture taken from a copywritten movie: think memes).

If they try enforcing this wide scale they are crazy - the backlash would be extreme. As far as European web providers, they will suffer the brute force as every content owner will simply switch to US-based providers or services in other countries OUTSIDE the EU's jurisdiction.

<Tor problem
There is a virtual anti-spam 'shield' set in place on most image boards if you use stuff like VPNs or Tor, you have to fill out the block bypass captcha and click the button, then reload the web page and you can post as usual.


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 11:15:42 Id: d1868c [Preview] No.10473 del
>>10466
>>10471
I think the the real purpose is to get alternative places like this site - among other chans - shut down. Why? Not because of copyright infringement but because they look at alternative platforms as a threat. So they are simply going to bully smaller forums and user-friendly websites into content filtering compliance. Why? To shut up the dissent. To shut down legitimate debates. To shut up people like us who they shun as (to put it in Hillary's context) "the deplorables" (and make no mistake that goes for everyone, not just Trump's fan club). They don't like free speech and they want it gone.

Well I have news for them, I'm not intimidated, they are going to earn a whole lot more hatred from the general public by censoring our content. They'll go down as tyrants, mark my words. The internet will figure out solutions and those solutions will leave them with even less control then before.


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 19:56:45 Id: e0a2c3 [Preview] No.10488 del
Benefit of the doubt:
What's your p2p contact?
Gpg key?
Eepsite or v3 Onion?



Attacks Against Open Internet Expanding: PayPal Is Cutting Off Donation Payments To P2P Services Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 14:29:24 Id: f7f839 [Preview] No. 10460 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Soulseek, one of the oldest file-sharing applications around, has been banned from accepting donations through PayPal due to piracy concerns. According to digital rights group EFF, which tried to intervene on behalf of Soulseek, this is a form of "financial censorship" that's become increasingly widespread.

Founded around the turn of the last century, Soulseek is a small dinosaur in the file-sharing world.

Created by former Napster programmer Nir Arbel, the application swiftly turned into a tight community of music fans, which is still active today.

Over the years Soulseek operators Nir and Roz Arbel have seen other file-sharing tools come and go, but all this time they remained dedicated to their principles. Despite its name, Soulseek had long found its purpose.

While it kept a relatively low profile, Soulseek is not immune to the “stigma” that comes with being a file-sharing tool. In 2015, PayPal cut off its ability to collect donations, claiming that sharing tools required pre-approval, even though that policy didn’t exist when it signed up.

Soulseek is not a profit-oriented platform but donations are welcomed. Without PayPal, this became a challenge, but luckily for the developers, the Electonic Frontier Foundation (EFF) was able to intervene.

February 2016 everything returned to normal when the PayPal account was restored, for a while at least. Earlier his year, PayPal apparently changed its mind and booted the application once again.

Soulseek operator Roz Arbel was told that the application violated the payment service’s acceptable use policy and that ‘pre-approval’ was required for ‘file-sharing’ tools. It was pretty much the same recycled argument from years before.

Faced with this deja-vu, Soulseek turned to EFF for help once again, but this time PayPal wouldn’t budge.

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Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 20:55:34 Id: 620f55 [Preview] No.10470 del
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Kikepal doesn't have the weight to throw around to pull this shit anymore. Any time they do shit like this it only makes people want to use them less. We all know they only answer to whoever feeds them, but they're quickly turning into a fossil and will go down that way. Any time people pull this type of shit it means they or the hands that feed them are afraid.


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 11:05:07 Id: 609957 [Preview] No.10472 del
>>10470
I rarely ever use paypal, I do my best to stay away from using them. I think Paypal has blocked other legit transactions as well, its just another one of those establishment monopolies like Google or Amazon. I avoid those services like the plague. I should donate some money to Soulseek because I do use it.


Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 15:04:40 Id: 7420d1 [Preview] No.10487 del
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>>10470
>Kikepal
You hit the nail on the head with that one.



Oy Vey! Netanyahu's Wife Arrested For Fraud Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 11:22:42 Id: 428f8b [Preview] No. 10474 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit charged the prime minister’s wife, Sara Netanyahu, for fraud with aggravated circumstances and breach of public trust in the “Prepared Food Affair,” in an explosive development which shook the country on Thursday.

When Leah Rabin was about to be indicted in 1977, then-prime minister Yitzhak Rabin resigned from office due to his wife’s scandal.

The expectation is that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not considering such a move, but the indictment damages him politically in an atmosphere in which The Jerusalem Post recently reported that he too is likely to face an indictment announcement in the coming months or in early 2019.

Though the Post had learned about two weeks ago that an indictment would likely be coming down soon, there were continuous efforts to reach a plea bargain right down to the end, which left things up in the air and created an ongoing drama.

Other media had also reported in recent months that the actual indictment could be filed shortly after the Passover holiday in May, but then Netanyahu’s defense lawyers approached Mandelblit with a dramatic offer.

They offered to return some of the funds Netanyahu is accused of obtaining fraudulently and to take public responsibility, as long as she would not be slapped with any kind of criminal record.

Ultimately, despite media reports that a deal might be near, the Post’s sources proved correct that no deal was reached, leading to an indictment.

The indictment was also delayed from May until now following Nir Hefetz, a former close adviser to the Netanyahu family, providing new evidence against Sara Netanyahu. Although Hefetz is primarily a state’s witness against the prime minister for Case 4000 the Bezeq-Walla! Affair, he also provided material against Sara.

A pre-indictment hearing in January, where Sara Netanyahu’s lawyers asked Mandelblit to reverse his preliminary decision in September 2017 to indict her, also had failed to sway him.

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Reader 06/21/2018 (Thu) 13:15:55 Id: 855810 [Preview] No.10477 del
look at his face..
will she be human?



odilitime Board volunteer 06/09/2018 (Sat) 13:53:26 [Preview] No. 9194 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Things have been shit on the temporary servers we had to move to due to the lack of donations.
Sybil LTD ( http://sybil.li?ref=endchan ) has come to our rescue and offered us bigger VPS for free.

We've decided to simplify things and consolidate. We just finished this migration today, we had been working on it for a couple weeks now. We are now hosted in the EU on 4 core, 2.1ghz, 4gb of ram, 500gb SSD VPS

We now have a simpler config:
- no encrypted drives which means no need to wait for an admin to type in passwords for things to start automatically
- should have less power problems than our previous temporary servers
- no more frontend/backend servers, we now have one server and one server alone. This means:
- no more 5th of the month, bill isn't paid west frontend goes down
- no more Communication with Backend has gone down

We have removed i2p and eu access. We traded the EU VPS for this bigger one to run the entire site. Additionally, we're going to start forcing HTTPS. Also we're moving to block open proxies and botnets from posting.

We'll be upgrading LynxChan next.
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Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 03:09:54 [Preview] No.9258 del
>>9206
See section 137c. We won't be arrested if not in the Netherlands but the server may be seized, put out of commission and whosoever owns it will be penalized.


Anonymous 06/19/2018 (Tue) 09:05:18 [Preview] No.9339 del
>>9194
>We have removed i2p and eu access.
Could you elaborate why on both?


odilitime Board volunteer 06/19/2018 (Tue) 21:59:44 [Preview] No.9340 del
>>9339
because the eu frontend got upgraded and turned into the main endchan server as well as we got rid of the frontend/backend mess.

i2p was removed because I don't think it ever worked right nor did we have the support or tools to test it correctly.


Attn: odilitime Anonymous 06/21/2018 (Thu) 06:29:54 [Preview] No.9344 del
Whiskey tango foxtrot, over.


Addendum Anonymous 06/21/2018 (Thu) 06:34:15 [Preview] No.9346 del
>>9344

'Nam get!



Common Sense To Prevail? Merkel Likely To Cave On Amnesty Crisis Issue, Beef Up Border Security Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 17:06:06 Id: 9a75d6 [Preview] No. 10434 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/10307 ; >>>/news/10372

With her coalition government bitterly split over the migration issue, Angela Merkel is ready to work jointly with Italy to stem the tide of refugees flowing into Europe.

“We want to support Italy’s desire for solidarity, and also hope that Germany receives understanding when it comes to European solidarity on the question of migration,” Merkel said when meeting Italy’s new Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Berlin on Monday.

The two agreed to beef up the EU’s external border police, Frontex, and cooperate with international organizations to deal with the root causes of migration in Africa and the Middle East.

Merkel and Conte also agreed that people seeking asylum in Europe should have their applications processed in their own or transit countries before they are allowed to enter the EU.

Italy, who is bearing the brunt of the burden of handling the wave of migrants arriving from North Africa and the Middle East, wants other EU countries to assume part of this burden.

“The Italian borders are European borders,” Giuseppe Conte said.

Conte, who was visiting Germany for the first time since assuming office on June 1, said Italy wanted changes to EU immigration rules to ensure other member-states share the onus of handling refugees.

Current rules stipulate that refugees need to register their asylum application in the first EU country they arrive in.

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Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 10:21:57 Id: 041262 [Preview] No.10455 del
>>10449
>I would like to see a Nationalist party elected in Germany.

Be patient and pray to see it happen. It just may someday if the AfD party ever tops the election results and can form a like-minded coalition. Merkel is desperate right now just to keep her coalition going, so much so that she is willing to compromise on border security and limiting migrant influx so that alone is a sign that people are getting fed up and tired of her bullshit.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 15:24:46 Id: 051c72 [Preview] No.10461 del
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>>10455
I'd much prefer Germans getting tired of her bullshit resulting in this.
http://www.dw.com/en/miniature-gallows-for-angela-merkel-allowed-to-go-on-sale-in-germany/a-41680045


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 15:46:26 Id: 580c3c [Preview] No.10462 del
>>10461
I think a lot of people would love to see that cunt hang but lets be serious, outside some wild lucky incident where she gets snipped by a disgruntled German secret service man, I don't see it happening anytime soon. The most likelihood of her downfall will be retirement from her horrific career.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 20:27:10 Id: 051c72 [Preview] No.10468 del
>>10462
>where she gets snipped
That's possible.
>by a disgruntled German secret service man
Depends on what you consider to be a German. A Muslim may very well kill the stupid bitch. Germany is clearly infested with Muslim and African immigrants, as media shills of their country insist "those are Germans". Even when born in Germany, they're not German. Only ethnic people of every nation belong to that nation. More than closing borders, all immigrants need to be expelled.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 20:50:56 Id: 2bcd58 [Preview] No.10469 del
>>10468
I agree the migrants need to be expelled but that won't happen until the AfD (or some other nationalist party) in Germany gets a majority and forms a coalition. People often tell others "oh don't vote, your just wasting your time (blah blah)" when in reality that is exactly how people are mostly likely able to throw leaders like Merkel out of office and replace them. More leaders have been thrown out peacefully by the ballot box than actually assassinated in the last 100 years [exclude state-run regime change operations that may have involved "kill lists" of-course].



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Palemoon blacklists NoScript Anonymous 05/12/2018 (Sat) 03:01:36 [Preview] No. 12708 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
As the subject says. It's been entered into their custom "bitch at the user with a popup until they disable it" database. To be fair to the developer, he has solid reasons for his stance. I'll try to summarize as there is a lot of misinformation and emotion out there fogging the issue.

1) The Palemoon project does not have enough developer juice to debug other software and addons.
2) Various users: "[website] does not work with Palemoon. Fix your shit, Moonman!"
3) Moonman: "Known issue. Stop being morons and disable NoScript. Thank you, and have a nice day."
4) Various users: "We did. Same problem. Fix your shit."
5) Moonman: "Oh. That's an actual issue with Palemoon then. I'm on it!"
6) Much hacking and cracking and time and talent are expended to no effect. Surprise! NoScript does not follow the standard of letting go of the browser when disabled. It lingers on. It has to be completely uninstalled with an added cache clearing operation on top of that.
7) Moonman: "It's NoScript. Get rid of it. Have a nice day."
8) Various users: "No. FIX YOUR SHIT!"
9) Moonman: "Crush. Kill. DESTROY!"

If you roll with my simplification you can see his point.

I have two observations. First, quite a few sites have a technical support checklist that runs like this: "What browser are you using? Palemoon? Oh good! We have two fixes you may choose from. One, use another browser. Two, go away and do not come back."

My irony sense is tingling.

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Anonymous 05/12/2018 (Sat) 18:08:28 [Preview] No.12716 del
More and more websites are using "loading" screens for some reason, and most of the elements are display:none until fully loaded and the js changes it. All this without any "javascript is required for this page to function properly" message. I think the currently popular UI kits (like bootstrap styles) are the one to blame here.

NoScript also has a very unintuitive pop-up interface:
>Allow http://endchan5doxvprs5.onion
>Forbid http://endchan5doxvprs5.onion
For the first time, it is not clear whether these are actions or statuses. Especially when you consider the icons next to them.

I can imagine how hard to troubleshoot this. But the way it is explained at http://blocklist.palemoon.org/info/?id=pm112 doesn't help anyone.


Anonymous 05/12/2018 (Sat) 19:42:16 [Preview] No.12717 del
>>12713
fuck you, blacklisting addons is retarded bullshit, just like HSTS and IDN lists.


Anonymous 05/13/2018 (Sun) 06:17:23 [Preview] No.12720 del
<another browser thread


Anonymous 05/15/2018 (Tue) 06:34:35 [Preview] No.12722 del
seamonkey just updated on my work computer (without asking I am flabbergasted) all of my add-ons still work though, which is surprising.
Only difference insofar as I can tell is it no longer just downloads stuff I tell it to download it asks where I want to download it each time which is a rather useless procedure.
It's still probably the best option for me at work on a windows computer.


Anonymous 06/20/2018 (Wed) 13:47:53 [Preview] No.12802 del
I'll hold on to and be using my 6 year old Mozilla browser then, because I will be using noscript while browsing the web: no ifs, ands, or buts.



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Global Markets Tumble As Trade War Fears Spike, DOW Crashes, China Markets Crash Too Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 14:15:16 Id: 85afba [Preview] No. 10430 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Stocks fell sharply on Tuesday after President Donald Trump's latest threat to China increased fears of an impending trade war between the world's largest economies.

The Dow Jones industrial average fell 374 points, with Boeing and Caterpillar as the worst-performing stocks in the index. The 30-stock index also erased all of its gains for the year.

The S&P 500 dropped 1 percent, with materials, industrials and tech all falling more than 1 percent. The Nasdaq composite dropped 1.2 percent.

"At some point you've got to wonder how many times stocks are going to react to the same general bit of news. It may all just be a game of one-up-manship as a negotiating tactic to get to some sort of deal," said Willie Delwiche, investment strategist at Baird. However, "with investor optimism as high as it is, there might not be much margin for error, and there is a real risk that this starts to erode consumer and business confidence."

Shares of some of the biggest chipmakers fell given their large exposure to China. Qualcomm and Nvidia both dropped at least 1.5 percent. On average, semiconductor and semiconductor equipment companies get 52 percent of their revenue from China, according to a recent report from Morgan Stanley.

Ford Motor, which also does a large amount of business in China, saw its stock pull back about 2.4 percent. Meanwhile, Caterpillar and Boeing — considered to be two bellwethers for trade tensions on Wall Street —both dropped at least 2 percent.

Trump asked the United States Trade Representative to identify $200 billion worth of Chinese goods for additional tariffs, at a rate of 10 percent. If China "refuses to change its practices" and insists on continuing with the new tariffs it recently declared, then the additional levies would be imposed on Beijing, Trump said Monday night.

Soon after, the Chinese Commerce Ministry issued a response, stating that the latest threat of more tariffs violates previous negotiations and consensus reached between both the U.S. and China. "The United States has initiated a trade war that violates market laws and is not in accordance with current global development trends," the ministry said.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180619140944/https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/19/us-stock-futures-trade-tensions-in-focus-for-investors.html

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Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 14:15:57 Id: 85afba [Preview] No.10431 del
>>10430
In light of the escalating tit-for-tat trade war, which so far shows no signs of stopping, and to the contrary appears to be accelerating, S&P futures have fallen sharply throughout the session, while Dow futures are -340 points, with the cash index set for its 6th consecutive down day.

The MSCI index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 1.9 percent to its lowest since early December. The losses intensified through the day as the rout deepened in China where the 3,000 support level in the Shanghai Composite finally gave way as Beijing's "National Team" plunge protectors failed to step in after Monday's holiday, resulting in the lowest close in nearly two years as the Shanghai Composite Index plunged 3.8%, its lowest since June 27, 2016, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng .HSI shed as much 3 percent before ending 2.8% down.

“Trump appears to be employing a similar tactic he used with North Korea, by blustering first in order to gain an advantage in negotiations,” said Kota Hirayama, senior emerging markets economist at SMBC Nikko Securities in Tokyo.

“The problem is, such a tactic is unlikely to work with China.”

Predictably, hardest hit were tech stocks which stand to suffer the most in any direct trade war, with Orient Securities, 360 Security Technology plunging by the 10% daily limit, while the tech heavy Shenzhen Composite index crashed -5.9%, while the ChiNext Index of small-cap and tech shares slumped 4.8%, to its lowest level in more than three years, and is now 61% below peak reached in June 2015. Not even the PBOC adding liquidity with 200BN MLF operation and net 50BN reverse repo injection helped boost sentiment.

China’s economy has already been clouded by a sharp slowdown in fixed asset investment growth due to the government’s deleveraging drive, a problematic property sector, a mounting debt burden and rising credit defaults. Economists at Nomura wrote, “The rising risk of a disruptive trade conflict makes a bad situation tentatively worse.”

Elsewhere, Japan's Nikkei lost 1.8%, South Korea's KOSPI dropped 1.3% while Australian stocks bucked the trend and added 0.1%, helped by a depreciating currency and an overnight bounce in commodity prices.

In Europe it was more of the same, with the Stoxx Europe 600 tumbling for a third day. The stock move in Europe was tempered by a weaker euro, however, which unlike its reaction to last week's trade jitters, promptly tumbled, wiping out all of Monday's gains. European mining stocks lead the Stoxx 600 Index down to touch lowest level since late-April; the export-heavy DAX underperformed, sliding 1.4% as automakers continue declines.

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Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 14:22:42 Id: 85afba [Preview] No.10432 del
Forcing China into a stalemate? They'll likely begin liquidating their US Treasury bonds along with Russia. Next comes Europe... and then US dollar hyperinflation. This will force the US government to default on ALL debts, mass spending cuts and to re-industrialize the nation and force citizens into productive jobs: manufacturing, mining, farming, ranching, processing, milling, refining, engineering, construction, etc. Bootstrapping America back to the good 'ol days. And we'll be making in America and selling in America.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 02:38:01 Id: 612062 [Preview] No.10450 del
>>10432
And this class, is an example of "Magical Thinking"


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 09:56:13 Id: 694560 [Preview] No.10454 del
>>10450
If you are so enlightened, why not tell your own conclusion to how this all ends?



Good! Trump Administration To Cancle All US Aid To Countries That Open Their Borders, Destabilize Nations Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 19:11:57 Id: d7b438 [Preview] No. 10438 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Countries that allow immigrants to infiltrate America will no longer be eligible for US aid, President Trump claimed Tuesday.

Speaking at the National Federation of Independent Businesses 75th Anniversary Celebration, the president touched on a few of his upcoming plans to put pressure on nations sending illegal immigrants.

“Think of all that aid we give to some of these countries. Hundreds of millions of dollars we give to these countries, and they send them up,” the President said.

I want to take a moment to address the current illegal immigration crisis on the Southern Border…it has been going on for many, many decades… pic.twitter.com/1F7EK9Ef88

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 19, 2018

“Well, I’m going to go very shortly for authorization that when countries abuse us by sending their people up – not their best – we’re not going to give any more aid to those countries. Why the hell should we? Why should we?” the president said to great applause.

Trump doubled down on his administration’s immigration enforcement on Twitter Tuesday, saying, “We must always arrest people coming into our Country illegally.”

“Of the 12,000 children, 10,000 are being sent by their parents on a very dangerous trip, and only 2000 are with their parents, many of whom have tried to enter our Country illegally on numerous occasions,” the President pointed out.

The issue has taken center stage in light of nonstop fake news mainstream media coverage of illegal immigrant children separated from their families.

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Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 02:39:07 Id: 29dba4 [Preview] No.10451 del
The US really has turned into a nation of imbeciles rather quickly, eh?


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 03:48:32 Id: eb8c73 [Preview] No.10452 del
This isn't about canceling US aid to countries with open borders. The statement made was for those that send their citizens towards the direction of the US. You seem a little confused, OP.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 09:46:03 Id: 3ed5d7 [Preview] No.10453 del
>>10451
Why is that? Because we are getting fed up with illegal foreigners invading our country as they do to Europe?

If anything has been dumbing down the public it has been the TV set, brain-altering SSRIs pushed by Big Pharma because "muh depression!", violent gangster entertainment and the mass quantities of heroin hitting our streets.

>>10452
I guess I must have read his statement wrong. You are correct, any country that we provide aid to who ends up sending us a bunch of foreign thugs in return will have their aid cut off - and rightfully so. I don't agree with Trump on everything, but this I do agree with him on.



Good! Italy Rejects Two More NGO Migrant Ships Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 15:06:18 Id: af9728 [Preview] No. 10400 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Italy demanded on Saturday that the Netherlands recall two NGO-operated migrant transport ships flying the Dutch flag, after Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini warned that they would not be allowed to dock in Italian ports.

The ships are currently sitting off the coast of Libya.

“They should know that Italy no longer wants to be an accomplice in the business of illegal immigration and therefore they will have to aim for other, non-Italian, ports,” Salvini said in a Friday post on Facebook.

The blocked NGO ships come on the heels of Italy's refusal to take in a boat full of 629 shipwrecked migrants picked up off the coast of Libya - a move ushered in by the Italian government's new populist coalition headed by Salvini.

"We are finished being doormats," tweeted Salvini on Sunday.

After Salvini's comments, one of the Dutch-flagged NGOs, Mission Lifeline, tweeted in German "When fascists promote us..." to which Salvini fired back over Twitter "insults and threats will not stop us."

“The issue of migrants is epic and Europe has remained detached for years about it, having inappropriate procedures in place before this issue became so severe,” Italy Foreign Affairs Minister Enzo Moavero Milanesi said, according to interview in Corriere della Sera.

On Saturday, France agreed to accept some of the 629 migrants from 26 countries rescued by the MV Aquarius following an international spat between French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian authorities which led to Spain agreeing to take them in.

After Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini refused to accept the NGO vessel packed with shipwrecked immigrants, Macron said that Italy was "playing politics" with the migrants, and that the Italian government had displayed "cynicism and irresponsibility."

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Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 21:13:21 [Preview] No.10442 del
Europe should escape the EU immediately

If only Italy rejects migrants coming in, it'll come to other countries first, and when they become "citizens" will later come to Italy because of the Schengen Area.

It is futile if only a few countries reject migrants, European countries should reject them en mass.

But it is a start. Also be wary of Jewish/Communist/Zionist controlled opposition that say they're anti-EU but all they will do is ridicule themselves, and attempt futile things.


Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 21:43:45 Id: afa5b5 [Preview] No.10443 del
>>10439
OK, the point is we need to elect those who will not destabilize their nations (as Hungary, Poland, Italy, the Czech Republic and Austria have already done). You cannot just complain about the problems, and then argue against some common sense solutions (such as voting more nationalist politicians in). If everyone were defeatist they'd run around blaming the Jews all day and do absolutely nothing to curb their agendas. It takes an angry voter base to keep throwing wrenches into their destructive system.

>>10442
I AGREE. European nations need to get the hell out of the EU. Can't do that unless you force political change and that starts with electing the right people!


Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 22:50:16 Id: 8390ae [Preview] No.10444 del
>>10443
>If everyone were defeatist they'd run around blaming the Jews all day
Emmanuel, is that you? Stop trying to turn the story around that blaming jews when it's actually jews is defeatism. That won't work. Electing the right people means not electing jews, nor allowing jewish advisors.


Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 23:56:02 Id: cce563 [Preview] No.10446 del
>>10444
Then curb the Jew's agenda and vote for parties that are against their agendas (such as open borders, promotion of homosexuality, civil disarmament, etc). Its really that simple, like I said: Hungary, Poland, Italy, the Czech Republic and Austria have all done just that. Jews can be stopped, they are not immune to failure.


Reader 06/20/2018 (Wed) 00:13:40 Id: 8390ae [Preview] No.10447 del
>>10446
I can't vote for those parties, anon. Here it's only ZOGdemocrat or ZOGrepublican.



BOOM! Russia And India Ditch Dollar In Military Deals Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 18:22:37 Id: e92b8a [Preview] No. 10437 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
DE-DOLLARIZATION CONTINUES

With the US increasingly willing to use the dollar, and SWIFT, as a strategic weapon against the country's sovereign enemies (as Iran learned every 5 or so years), Russia and India are preparing to bypass US sanctions on Moscow by using the rupee and the ruble in bilateral trade involving military deals, the Economic Times reported.

Some $2 billion in weapons deals between India and Russia have been hit as a result of the recent US sanctions, as payments get stuck. The countries are seeking to bypass such monetary bottlenecks this by switching to settlements in domestic currencies and ditching the greenback.

Senior officials told ET that after several rounds of consultations, it has become clear that a rupee-rouble transfer, pegged to the exchange rate of an international currency, is the solution. A top official said that a foreign currency, such as the Singapore dollar, could be used as the benchmark.

Until now, India signed defense contracts with Russia for which payments are made in US dollars. However, as US sanctions making this virtually impossible, contractual payments have been frozen since April.

The involuntary loss of India as a Russian customer has had significant effects on the Russian economy: the Asian country is one of the largest buyers of military equipment from Russia, having signed military contracts worth $65BN since the 1960s.

With current trade deals between the two countries estimated at around $12 billion, it is imperative for Russia to way to find a loophole to US sanctions. Furthermore, just like Turkey, India is ready to purchase Russia's state of the art S400 air-defense system in a $5-billion deal. And just like in the case of Turkey - which overnight saw the US Senate block the sale of over over 100 F-35 juts to Erdogan precisely because of Ankara's overtures to Moscow - the sale is being heavily opposed by the United States.

The two nations have been struggling to find banks that would risk US sanctions for transferring the money between the two nations. Sources said that on the Indian side, the banks being talked to include Vijaya Bank and Indian Bank, while on the Russian side, its largest banking entity in India, Sberbank, has been involved in discussions.

Other options that were looked at included payments to non-sanctioned entities in Russia after its flagship arms trading company Rosoboronexport came under sanctions by the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

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Reader 06/13/2018 (Wed) 14:19:55 Id: 200d57 [Preview] No.10281 del
>>10278 (changed my IP, again)
Looks like I got one new thread to post, good sign.

These two threads should be deleted, they came across the 404 bug:
https://endchan.net/news/res/10276.html
https://endchan.net/news/res/10277.html

I made an inquiry on /operate/ to see what the trouble may be. Hopefully this issue will be fixed.


Reader Board owner 06/13/2018 (Wed) 17:29:06 Id: e64f1b [Preview] No.10286 del
>>10278
I get that 500 Internal Service Error constantly myself. Used to it after "communication between the server and lynxchan crashed" displayed most of the time. Just have to keep reloading the page.
>>10281
Got them.


Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 16:01:45 Id: f00a41 [Preview] No.10357 del
another 404 bug again: >>>/news/10354


Reader Board owner 06/19/2018 (Tue) 11:08:12 Id: e64f1b [Preview] No.10422 del
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In case anyone's confused about "who has /news/?". Don't cry about it, that's my own post I deleted. 2hands died apparently. Didn't know him.


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Good! Judge Rules Twitter Can Be Sued For Falsely Advertising They Allow Free Speech Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 13:43:39 Id: 716148 [Preview] No. 10428 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
List of alternative platforms: >>>/endtimes/34 | https://archive.fo/XV6lt

A California judge has ruled that social media giant Twitter can be sued for falsely advertising free speech. As Bloomberg reports, the judge said that Twitter’s policy of banning users “at any time, for any reason or for no reason” may constitute an “unconscionable contract” for a company which advertises free speech.

The judge rejected Twitter’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit from Jared Taylor, who was banned by the platform in December last year, according to Breitbart. Taylor, a self-described “white activist” may proceed with his lawsuit against Twitter because the social media company falsely advertises free speech, yet bans users for “any or no reason.” The judge also ruled that Twitter could be sued on the basis of misleading its users, due to the platform’s promise not to ban accounts on the basis of viewpoint or political affiliation, which is frequently violated.

“This ruling has massive implications for the platform going forward,” said Noah Peters, Jared Taylor’s lawyer. “this is the first time that a social media company’s argument that it can censor user speech has been rejected by a court.”

Taylor describes himself as a “race realist” and has defended white separatism, claiming that races are “not equal”, but his attorney says this trial is not about his client’s particular views, and that’s a correct assessment. The trial is about Twitter’s disallowance of free speech although they use that term to advertise the social media platform.

“Our lawsuit is not about whether Taylor is right or wrong,” Peters said in February. “It’s about whether Twitter and other technology companies have the right to ban individuals from using their services based on their perceived viewpoints and affiliations.”

By now, it should be well understood that the terms “hate facts” and “hate speech” are nothing more than buzzwords used by the left as an excuse to suppress the speech of those with which they disagree. This is becoming more and more apparent as we devolve quickly toward a fully totalitarian system too.

Breitbart reported that the most high-profile individual to be banned on this basis was Islam critic Tommy Robinson, who received a permanent ban from Twitter after he posted statistics showing that Muslims are vastly overrepresented in child grooming gangs in the UK. Robinson is now taking Twitter to court to prove that “facts are now treated as hate.” –SHTFPlan

Twitter employees have also been caught on camera boasting about their actions to keep conservatives and Trump supporters off the platform. They also, along with YouTube, have scrubbed videos that do not align with the government and mainstream media’s “official narrative” with regards to incidents such as the Parkland, Florida school shooting.

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Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 13:48:36 Id: 716148 [Preview] No.10429 del
I know this may be hard for them to do, considering they like censoring facts, but Twitter might as well just be brutally honest and state "Twitter is not a platform for free speech, we can and will regulate political or social content." This way the users know what kind of platform Twitter really is and therefore cannot sue. In the meantime, it exposes what that company really is: politically bias and pro-censorship.



The Problems Of Family Seperation Around The Border Is The EXACT Reason We Need A Border Wall! Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 13:07:45 Id: f6e072 [Preview] No. 10427 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Don't like families being broken up? Then keep them where they belong, in their own countries!

“Many of them sound like they’re crying so hard, they can barely breathe,” ProPublica says of an audio recording of Central American children that the non-profit investigative outlet released Monday.

The nearly seven minute audio recording was provided to ProPublica by Jennifer Harbury, a Harvard-educated lawyer who has devoted much of her career to securing entry into the United States for Central Americans. Her husband, a leader of a Guatemalan communist militia who went by “Comandante Everardo,” was killed by CIA-backed forces in the early 1990s.

ProPublica claims, based on Harbury and her source’s description, that the recording was captured last week at an undisclosed U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) facility, shortly after ten Central American alien children were taken into custody separately from the adults with whom they were apprehended crossing the American border.

Less than two hours after the tape’s release, a member of the White House Press Corps was blaring the recording as Secretary of Homeland Security (DHS) Kristjen Nielsen spoke during the press conference at which she defended the administration from accusations of “child abuse.” New York magazine correspondent Olivia Nuzzi, notable for sneaking into Corey Lewandowski’s home without his permission, later claimed to be the culprit.

Author Ginger Thompson writes that the audio “makes for excruciating listening,” includes “desperate sobbing,” and “adds real-life sounds of suffering to a contentious policy debate that has so far been short on input from those with the most at stake: immigrant children.” These children “scream ‘Mami’ and ‘Papá’ over and over again, as if those are the only words they know,” readers are told in the opening paragraph.

The ProPublica recording spread quickly on social media, often being presented along with a staged photograph of a child at an anti-Trump demonstration in a “cage” that had been miscaptioned as also being from a CBP facility. By evening, CNN was playing significant portions of the recording.

Proponents saw the recording as proof of the inhumanity of administration border policy. As Thompson would have it, even before the tape’s release, those purported policies “united religious conservatives and immigrant rights activists, who have said that ‘zero tolerance’ amounts to ‘zero humanity.'”

No indication is given as to why most of the specific adults in the recording are being separated from the children, but – in accordance with federal immigration laws and a 1990s court settlement preventing the incarceration of alien children in criminal facilities – adults, including parents, are being separated from children when they are charged with criminal immigration offenses. Other possible causes of separation include the adults not being able to establish any familial connection to the children.

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Gun Control Sweden: Mass Shooting Attack On World Cup Fans After Sweden Win Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 12:33:30 Id: bf0731 [Preview] No. 10426 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Police in Sweden are attempting to downplay initial reports of terrorism after a man opened fire on a crowd during World Cup celebrations as the Swedish national team beat South Korea earlier in the day. As the story broke, multiple international headlines suggested a terror attack in progress related to World Cup play, with at least five people wounded in the southern city of Malmo. One man has reportedly died of his injuries in what's being described as a "mass shooting".

A hail of bullets were unleashed by an unknown shooter in a car mid-evening in the downtown Drottninggatan area just as revelers took the streets to celebrate the Swedish national team's 1-0 win against South Korea.

All 5 victims are being described in European press as "World Cup fans" who were among a crowd exiting area venues that had been screening the soccer match. The shooter (or shooters) may have been targeting a group gathered inside of a coffee shop.

"There are no signs that this is terror-related," said police spokesman Fredrik Bratt, as quoted in EuroNews. "It is probably a shooting between criminal individuals."

Though as the Daily Mail reports "feuds between criminal gangs fighting over territory have taken place in major Swedish cities in recent years" Swedish media initially described a crime that appears broad and random in nature, designed to cause mass casualties.

However some local sources indicate some among the victims may include known criminals engaged in gang or organized crime activities.

Eyewitnesses told the the Swedish language Aftonbladet newspaper that around 15 to 20 shots were fired in Malmo's downtown area. Malmo is Sweden's third largest city with a population of about 350,000 — but is known for a high murder rate among European cities, and has a reputation as being the most dangerous city in Scandinavian countries.

Sweden's Sydsvenskan newspaper reports that all among the injured were standing on the sidewalk outside a coffee shop when a car drove up and unleashed automatic fire at close range on the group. Multiple reports also say some among the wounded were rushed away in private cars, which could further suggest an incident involving organized crime. One witness, Jonatan Burhoff, told Aftonbladet he saw wounded people being carried to private cars that drove off “as fast as possible”.

The shootings took place close to a police station which allowed for emergency response units to arrive on the scene almost immediately. No suspects were immediately apprehended according to early reports.

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All Mass Shooters Should Be Tested For Drugs Like 'Scopolamine', The US Govt Is Doing Evil Things Again Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 13:55:32 Id: d6ff26 [Preview] No. 10394 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Batman movie shooter, James Holmes, was given CIA brainwashing drug ‘scopolamine’ in order to force him to commit the mass shooting.

According to experts, victims who unknowingly inhale the drug nicknamed “Devil’s Breath” have no memory of the crimes they commit 24 hours earlier.

Thescienceexplorer.com reports: https://archive.fo/EOwJt

Scopolamine, dubbed the “Devil’s Breath,” is often referred to as the most dangerous drug in the world. Mainly prevalent in South America, the drug is used to commit the perfect crime — while under the influence of scopolamine, someone could convince you to willingly withdraw and give away your life savings from your bank account, but you would wake up and remember nothing.

What’s particularly unsettling is that anyone could be unknowingly sent under scopolamine’s strong spell within seconds. The drug comes in a powder form, and according to a documentary by VICE, people have been known to ask for directions and pull out a map sprinkled with the drug, or hand over a drug-soaked business card. Then, with just a quick blow of the powder into the victim’s face, he or she will expectedly lose all power of free will.

Scopolamine, also known as burundanga, is derived from nightshade plants. The drug is odorless and tasteless, and in high amounts, can be lethal.

Val Curran, a professor of pharmacology at UCL’s Clinical Pharmacology Unit, told The Guardian that high doses of scopolamine would “completely zonk you out” and “be completely incapacitating,” but she’s not totally convinced that the drug could remove free will. She says high doses would likely eliminate any memory of the night, but then again, so would high doses of alcohol or other benzodiazepines like Xanax or Valium.

The top legal dosage for scopolamine is set at .33 milligrams, and a dose of just 10 milligrams would be enough to send someone into a coma and possible death. Under what circumstances is this questionable drug legal? Interestingly, scopolamine is used in Alzheimer’s research, and is also used in very low doses to treat motion sickness via a transdermal patch.
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Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 01:32:55 [Preview] No.10417 del
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>tfw RPD reads this thread
The pic of James Holmes with a girlfriend photoshopped badly seems to be shoah'd. Does anybody have it?


Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 08:28:44 Id: 9a0a9b [Preview] No.10418 del
Odili, if this is really you, He is Redpill: >>10221
He owns 7 other boards, and he censored the fuck out of TOR posters who were staying within the rules & not spamming.
Proof is My IP Address: You should know who I am.


Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 10:26:37 Id: 61dd05 [Preview] No.10420 del
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>>10418
>I know, I'll come to /news/ and start shit-talking the BO
>insinuating he's payed by intelligence agencies when that's fucking retarded
>surely nothing can go wrong


Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 10:49:52 Id: f30bc4 [Preview] No.10421 del
>>10403
that cat's parents should be killed for race mixing


Reader 06/19/2018 (Tue) 11:55:10 Id: 3c5723 [Preview] No.10423 del
>>10418
That's not Redpill, Adolf currently owns this board, as well as 7 other boards.

>>10420
That anon is likely not used to the rules yet and thinks he's being banned over other reasons. This is why I have suggested before putting up a link to the rules either in the description of the /news/ board or somewhere in the stickie.



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Anonymous 06/13/2018 (Wed) 14:02:11 [Preview] No. 9285 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Why am I having severe problems posting on certain boards like /news/ now? See pics. My threads no longer go through.
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Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 01:31:16 [Preview] No.9332 del
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Just keep the CAPTCHA on and it will likely go away. I apologize for being wrong. I should have completely ignored it and next time I will.


Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 12:31:01 [Preview] No.9334 del
>>9322
im the getbot not the trannybot ;_;


Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 12:34:11 [Preview] No.9335 del
>>9334
basegt gettbotten


Anonymous 06/19/2018 (Tue) 08:41:41 [Preview] No.9337 del
Left you a message Odili:
>>>/news/10418
raw IP as proof.

Copy:
Odili, if this is really you, He is Redpill: >>>/news/10221
He owns 7 other boards, and he censored the fuck out of TOR posters who were staying within the rules & not spamming.
Proof is My IP Address: You should know who I am.


Anonymous 06/19/2018 (Tue) 08:49:12 [Preview] No.9338 del
This Spammer reminds me of Nintendo, some spic that likes the Nintendo64 and Jeff banned him last year on nntpchan, but he ruthlessly kept coming back.
Main difference here: Nintendo loves Child Porn, this spammer is posting Tranny shit, but same signature:
"Wrong Answer $Insert_Random"

Worried that the captcha here looks eerily like Google's, but fine with it.





Anonymous 05/11/2018 (Fri) 17:54:48 [Preview] No.12707 del
>>12652
Cybrary is actually pretty good when it comes to networking. Many of the courses just teach you what networking is and then adds a bit of focus on security at the end.


Anonymous 05/22/2018 (Tue) 15:19:41 [Preview] No.12741 del
>>12707
>Cybrary is actually pretty good

There are not enough women in cyber - That's not OK! We need to know why, and we need to fix it. Cybrary is tackling this issue head on to find a solution to this deteriorating problem. As such, I would like to request no more than 10-minutes of your time to respond to this very important survey. I personally assure everyone that all responses are confidential and anonymous!

Thank you for helping Cybrary raise awareness, and feel free to invite other women to participate in our study, share #cybergendergap.


It's horse shit. You should only be learning trough books, anyway.


Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 00:33:24 [Preview] No.12786 del
There is a lot of resources everywhere about hacking, but a lot of them are either old, or simply bad quality.

What would you advice to read? There is "Hacking: the art of exploitation", but I don't know, it seems too vague. I really would like something more network oriented.

Is it work to go through the phrack zines?


Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 22:24:23 [Preview] No.12788 del
>>12786
Samefag here. What do you think about ccna security exam? I downloaded the whole resources associated. Is it a good path?
thanks.


Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 23:20:10 [Preview] No.12801 del
I'm new and have no idea how to bump a thread (yes, I do. Close ur piehole Rob), so I'll just touch myself whilst checking the resources posted. Gracias, you delicious heathens.



New GOP Immigration Bills Pave Way For DACA Amnesty, While Funding Trump's Border Wall Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 18:39:27 Id: 44c5b3 [Preview] No. 10406 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
President Donald Trump will meet with House GOP legislators on Tuesday to talk about the two pending amnesty bills in the House, White House officials say.

Trump will likely use the meeting to show legislators that he is willing to take the political gamble of supporting the two bills, both of which combine sweeping changes in immigration laws plus cuts to immigration numbers with an unpopular amnesty (for DACA).

The first bill offers work-permits for 700,000 illegals. The so-called “moderate” bill offers amnesty to a population at least 1.8 million illegals plus green cards for a few hundred thousand foreign guest-workers.

Both bills implement most of Trump’s Four Pillars reform because they are written by the same team of staffers in the House judiciary committee, chaired by Rep. Bob Goodlatte. The bills provide $25 billion for a border wall, closure of several border-wall loopholes, cuts to chain-migration, and end the diversity visa lottery.

Both bills cut immigration by at least two million foreigners over the next decade, even as they also redistribute the freed-up green cards from the excluded migrants to the resident population of illegals and guest-workers.

However, Trump repeatedly denounced an amnesty during his pro-American campaign in 2016 — and the populist reaction to his support for the bills may wreck his 2018 midterm plans and sink him in 2020.

Both bills are opposed by NumbersUSA and the Federation for American Immigration Reform.

House leaders have scheduled fast-track votes for Thursday, after releasing the second bill on June 15.

That high number means a bill has to be backed by roughly 10 Democratic Senators plus nearly all of the GOP’s cheap-labor caucus, which includes at least 20 Senators out of the 51 GOP members in the Senate.

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Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 18:33:46 [Preview] No. 12800 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
FUCK Ajit Pai

LOW EFFORT THREAD, POST AT YOUR OWN CAUTION
Rule 4: No spam or posts without meaningful content.
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Marxist Nicaragua Leader Loses Control Over Nation As Disgruntled Citizenry Intend To Kill Him Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 18:22:29 Id: 76cb7f [Preview] No. 10405 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The streets of this largely indigenous city are strewn with rubble and mostly deserted. Bullet holes dot the colonnade of the city’s main plaza. The police station is the last remaining government stronghold.

“We are going to make hamburger meat out of them,” said a masked man armed with a homemade bazooka, referring to dozens of police who remain loyal to the embattled President Daniel Ortega.

Since a revolt broke out two months ago, the former Marxist guerrilla leader has lost control over most of the country, including this city 17 miles south of the country’s capital Managua. More than 160 people have been killed in a government crackdown that has further stoked protests. Over the weekend, six members of a family died in a fire provoked by armed masked men.

Young rebels have erected more than 120 barricades on the country’s main roads, leaving long lines of stopped trucks carrying everything from gasoline to textiles. Managua is almost totally isolated by the blockades. At each of 12 checkpoints between Managua and Masaya, vehicles are stopped by machete-wielding men with ski masks.

A dozen men at one checkpoint recently searched a silver Nissan Frontier driven by a chubby protestant minister bringing bags of rice, sugar and beans to Masaya.

“Let’s check the pickup! The government is trying to get arms into Masaya!” one of the masked men shouted.

The insurrection began as a protest against tax increases to fund the country’s pension system. But a brutal response by Mr. Ortega’s security forces angered many Nicaraguans, who demand he immediately step down.

Many also resent a creeping autocracy. Although Mr. Ortega won his third consecutive term in a landslide in 2016, he has dismantled most of Nicaragua’s democratic institutions and now controls the Supreme Court, the National Assembly and the electoral commission. He has quashed political opposition.

Mr. Ortega’s government says violent protesters belong to right-wing criminal groups and called for peace among all Nicaraguans in a recent speech.

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bot problem Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 01:31:26 [Preview] No. 9207 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
There are several bots spamming the shit out of random boards (like /test/) again with dick pictures, among other pics. Should the board owner or main site administration enforce global CAPTCHA for a while? I would not mind as long as it keeps the bots away.
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Anonymous 06/17/2018 (Sun) 13:48:38 [Preview] No.9320 del
>>9319
>why would someone create a problem which justifies the solution they are demanding


Anonymous 06/17/2018 (Sun) 15:11:32 [Preview] No.9323 del
>>9316
He uses exclamations because he's an excitable spaz.


Anonymous 06/17/2018 (Sun) 16:05:14 [Preview] No.9325 del
>>9323
posting on endchan is literally all he has in life left.........


Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 01:22:29 [Preview] No.9331 del
>>9320
The spammer is a dick and you are blaming someone who is against the bot attacks. But go ahead, keep blaming the victim. Friendly fire is pretty easy as we are all anonymous on here.

>>9323
Nope! Because thats how I express my anger and grief in real life! I shout at people with a rasp voice these days. Don't like it? Too bad!!!

>>9325
I'm old and I get bored at times. I still have a lot to live for, and am very happy with my current life. I wish I could say the same for everyone else here but unfortunately for some that may not be true.


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>>9331
>Don't like it? Too bad!!!
I'm on your side though. I was saying you're clearly not "the spammer because of exclamations". That's fucking retarded. You're just an excitable spaz. Be glad you're old and excitable. You could be a vegetable.



Good! Based Rodrigo Duterte Considers Arming The Philippines' Citizenry Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 16:08:55 Id: 2c7d38 [Preview] No. 10401 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The Philippines has vowed to give free guns to members of the public — so long as they promise to use them to fight drugs and crime.

President Rodrigo Duterte said he’s considering arming 42,000 community leaders, known as barangay captains, after consulting with the police and intelligence agency.

Martin Dino, the interior department undersecretary responsible for barangays, said handguns would be provided for free, or private purchases subsidized, but only for those not involved in illegal drugs.

Dino said: “The condition is that the barangay captain should fight drugs and crime. If he is conniving with criminals, he could be the one shot.”

Duterte has repeatedly said thousands of community officials were involved in the trade, without elaborating.

But last week he vowed barangays will be provided with the same legal protection as soldiers or police and they “will never go to jail” if they shot suspected criminals in the performance of their duty.

The president’s signature war on crime and drugs has killed thousands of people and caused international alarm.

Activists and Duterte’s political opponents say the campaign is overwhelmingly targeting users and small-time peddlers in poor communities and accuse police of systematically executing suspects, often based on weak intelligence.

The authorities reject that and say all those killed were drug dealers who put up violent resistance and left police with no choice but to shoot them.

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Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 16:18:51 Id: 2c7d38 [Preview] No.10402 del
Awesome! This has proven effective in the US as the more armed our communities are the less crime takes place because the criminals do fear deadly retaliation from potential[ly armed] victims. Heard about the recent innocent about a burgler robbing a store? Fucker tried to take off by hijacking - not one, but two cars - both times stopped by drivers having guns pointed straight at him. The police caught the burgler soon after. Of-course they keep this kind of news from being covered by the major press, you have to dig locally for good news like that.



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Anonymous 06/09/2018 (Sat) 22:16:27 [Preview] No.12781 del
reminder, if you don't like gitlab.com, there's always gitgud.io.
They've never lost any user data and run on faster hardware.


Anonymous 06/10/2018 (Sun) 04:34:49 [Preview] No.12782 del
>>12780
GitLab as a web-based Git-repository manager with wiki and issue-tracking features is not GitLab the website that's on Microshit servers. GitGud.io runs on GitLab software, gitlab.gnome.org is not GitLab.com, etc., so basically, you're still a fucking moron.


Anonymous 06/10/2018 (Sun) 12:36:28 [Preview] No.12785 del
>>12782
Damn, why so hostile?
I obviously referred to GitLab as a service (and GitHub as a service, not the GitHub desktop client used in offline mode) and that 250000 project whom just fled over according to https://twitter.com/gitlabstatus/status/1003887898142367744


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A reminder that Apache Allura (which is used by SourceForge) still exists: https://allura.apache.org/
And it also includes a forum. What I always hated about GitHub and GitLab that some projects have hundreds of open "issues" because people use the Issue system as a forum for every type of discussions.

+bonus 1: usable without Javascript
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Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 14:57:44 [Preview] No.12799 del
http : //JAPANFC2CAM.7th . it

This is a SFW board, NSFW content (which includes links) must be marked as NSFW content but otherwise this is considered spam. I'll let you go off with this ONE warning.
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Merkel Handed Two-Week Ultimatum: Control Borders To Ease Crisis or Govt Coalition Is Dead Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 14:50:31 Id: 560ced [Preview] No. 10397 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/10307 ; >>>/news/10372

Adding insult to injury, one day after Germany's historic loss to Mexico (which resulted in a man-made earthquake in USA's southern neighbor), Europe's most important country is facing the "Destiny Day" to a political crisis like no other in its recent history.

For almost 13 years as chancellor, Handeslblatt writes this morning, Angela Merkel managed to outmaneuver all rivals, schemers and plotters.

"But her time could finally be up."

Two of her Christian-Democratic predecessors, Konrad Adenauer and Ludwig Erhard, fell from power not after losing the electorate, but after losing the support of their own parliamentary bloc. That may now be Merkel’s fate, too.

Today, the top brass of her party, the CDU, and its Bavarian frenemies, the CSU, are meeting separately in Berlin and Munich, to agree on a common course about the coming days and weeks, however chances of a deal appear increasingly remote: according to Handelsblatt, Horst Seehofer, the CSU’s boss, federal interior minister and perennial Merkel gadfly, told one newspaper that he "can’t work with that woman anymore."

The issue is, as it has been since the crisis of 2015, refugees.

If Seehofer, acting as interior minister, really starts turning back asylum seekers at the border, this will count as open insubordination to Merkel. She would have to fire him. That would probably lead to a break between the CDU and CSU, which would cost their governing coalition with the Social Democrats its parliamentary majority.

Merkel would step down or be forced out.

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Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 14:51:32 Id: 560ced [Preview] No.10398 del
>>10397
As we discussed previously, Seehofer has been one of the fiercest critics of Merkel's liberal stance that allowed a million asylum seekers into Germany since 2015. Heading into Monday, the interior minister wanted to turn away at the border new arrivals who have previously been registered in another EU country, often their first port of call, Italy or Greece, a proposal which however is a non-starter with both Italy and Greece.

But Merkel is firmly opposed, warning that it would leave countries at the EU's geographic southern periphery alone to deal with the migrant influx. Instead, she wants to find a common European solution at the June 28-29 EU summit.

It is hardly a secret that popular misgivings over the massive migrant influx have given populist and anti-immigration forces a boost across several European nations, including Italy and Austria where far-right parties are now sharing power. In Germany, voters handed Merkel her poorest score in September's elections while giving seats for the first time to the far-right anti-Islam AfD. The latest poll released this morning did not help: a Forsa poll commissioned by RTL and ntv, showed that in the wake of the refugee debate, German CDU/CSU lost 4% points, as voter support for CDU/CSU slipped to 30%, the lowest since the federal elections.

Which brings us to Monday, when Seehofer's CSU met on Monday to decide which course to take. As the Local de reported, he had the nuclear option of seeking approval to shut Germany's borders immediately in defiance of Merkel, or the less aggressive choice of giving her an ultimatum of two weeks to sort out a deal with other EU nations.

Signalling that he is leaning towards the latter option, Seehofer wrote in a column in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that "it is essential that the EU summit takes a decision at the end of June. "The situation is serious but still solvable," he wrote. Of course, whichever option he chooses, the ball will land in Merkel's court.

Then, moments ago, DPA reported that Seehofer indeed gave Merkel a two week ultimatum until the end of June to agree Europe-wide migration rules. After the deadline, if Merkel is unable to get EU countries to approve a solution within the deadline, comprehensive refusals of migrants at borders will begin, which will ultimately begin a chain reaction which will likely end will the collapse of Merkel's government, and the end of her political career.

To be sure, having been given a two-week ultimatum, Merkel now faces the Herculean challenge of persuading EU governments to sign up to a common plan on the migrants.

Good luck with that: central and eastern EU nations such as Hungary and Poland have either refused outright or resisted taking in refugees under an EU quota system that has essentially floundered. A populist-far right government in place in Italy, as well as the conservative-far right in power in neighbouring Austria, have also taken an uncompromising stance on immigration.

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Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 14:53:21 Id: 560ced [Preview] No.10399 del
I'll keep tabs on this issue, this is big. If she is outed it would be a major victory for the German people. A major blow to the crazy and dangerous elites including the suicidal nihilists at the EU.



Commiefornia! Tourists Vote San Fransisco World’s Filthiest Hellhole Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 13:27:05 Id: a6d97a [Preview] No. 10391 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Tourists visiting San Fransisco have voted the city as being one of the filthiest slums on planet Earth, according to a recent survey.

Tourists have been left shocked and dismayed at the poor sanitary conditions, rampant crime, and open injection drug use on the streets.

Dailymail.co.uk reports: https://archive.fo/EKdiF

‘Is this normal or am I in a “bad part of town?,”‘ an Australian traveler recently posted to Reddit following a visit to the city, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

‘Just walked past numerous homeless off their faces, screaming and running all over the sidewalk near Twitter HQ and then a murder scene. Wife is scared to leave hotel now,’ the horrified Aussie added.

Another Reddit message posted by a Canadian visitor expressed the same sentiment just days later, describing the city as ‘terrifying.’

‘I’d been there for probably less than a day, just wandering around the center, and already seen more than enough poverty and suffering to cause me wanting to leave desperately,’ a tourist from London wrote last year.

‘I saw many people talking to themselves, or to things that weren’t there. Even in a Macy’s, and there weren’t any police officers to help them or do anything about it,’ the British social media user added.

Those Reddit posts garnered a surprising reaction on the site’s messaging broad, with more than 650 responses from people offering suggestions on how to stay safe and what neighborhoods to avoid.


Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 13:27:30 Id: a6d97a [Preview] No.10392 del
>>10391
ALL THINGS COMMIEFORNIA, THE WORST STATE IN THE USSA:
https://archive.fo/ZgrWu (Schools Sued For Refusing To Teach Children How To Read)
https://archive.fo/DwCFk (Commiefornia Covers Up Their Polution Levels)
https://archive.fo/sTtxE (No Right To Bear Arms 1)
https://archive.fo/zy6nT (No Right To Bear Arms 2)
https://archive.fo/2emqU (Illegal Alien Felons Protected In Commiefornia, But Not Citizens 1)
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Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 13:39:39 Id: a6d97a [Preview] No.10393 del
Someone please tell me this, this cannot be just a coincidence anymore. Why does every state that is run by a democrat majority turn into such filthy hellholes? I live in a conservative state, its NOTHING like this. The infrastructure may be a bit old, and a lot of businesses have come and gone, but it is nothing like this at all. We don't have mass homelessness, crime and poverty. We don't have people shooting up in the streets. We actually have some freedoms that NO LONGER exist in leftist states like CA or IL or NJ. Are they deliberately destroying every state they take over or are they just absolutely brain dead stupid and have no clue how to run anything right?



Such Bad! Kyrgyzstani Migrant Taxi Driver Mows Down World Cup Fans In Moscow Reader 06/17/2018 (Sun) 00:44:40 Id: 63d0f7 [Preview] No. 10373 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This is the horrific moment a taxi driver rammed his vehicle through a busy crowd of World Cup football fans, just yards from Moscow's Red Square.

Eight people were injured in the collision but it appears many more were hit. Two Mexicans, two Russians and one Ukrainian were hospitalised.

The two Mexicans injured in the crash were only lightly injured and are in a stable condition, according to the Mexican embassy in Russia. One woman is in a serious condition.

At least one person hit was seen wearing a Mexico kit, with the North American nation due to kick-off their World Cup campaign against Germany in Moscow's Luzhniki stadium tomorrow.

Moscow police said the motorist had a Kyrgyzstan driving licence and that he lost control of the vehicle, although the new footage of him mounting the pavement has raised questions as to whether the act was deliberate.

A man wearing a green and red Mexico top can be seen trying to bang on the window while another person wearing a black top can be seen trying to smash his way into the vehicle to grab the driver.

The driver manages to escape the clutches of both men and escapes on foot, but is quickly followed by an angry mob who try to wrestle him to the ground.

Early reports suggested the driver may have been drunk although they have been dismissed by the Moscow traffic authority. Interfax sources claim that the driver fell asleep at the wheel and accidently pressed against the accelerator pedal.

One witness at the scene said about the taxi driver: 'He was pulled out of the vehicle, he ran off but bystanders apprehended him. He was shouting: "It wasn't me".'

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Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 13:07:46 Id: 931476 [Preview] No.10390 del
Don't tell me Russia is now importing these kinds of people. I thought Russians loved Putin because he was very strict on issues like national sovereignty / border security.



Such Good! Angela Merkel May Be Replaced Soon As Her Coalition Remains On The Brinks of Collapse Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 23:28:08 Id: d68153 [Preview] No. 10372 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/10307

It's looking increasingly likely that German Chancellor Angela Merkel may have attended her last G-7 conference.

A day after the euro whipsawed on conflicting reports touting the collapse of Merkel's governing coalition, a lawmaker from Merkel's own party said the Chancellor could be out by the end of next week during an appearance on BBC World at One (via Express). On Friday, German media reported that Merkel's junior coalition partner, the CSU, had announced the end of its alliance with Merkel's CDU - though that report was quickly denied.

While the German public's anger over Merkel's "open door" policy has been simmering for years, the instability within the ruling coalition - which features a decades-old political alliance between the CDU and CSU - intensified when Merkel decided over the weekend to veto a plan by Interior Minister Horst Seehofer aimed at controlling and reducing illegal migration. The minister’s refusal to back down has already shattered an uneasy truce between conservative backers and opponents of her liberal asylum policy.

German MP Kai Whittaker, a CDU member, said Merkel's clashes with Seehofer - who is demanding that German border police be given the right to turn back migrants without identity papers or who are already registered elsewhere in the European Union - are threatening to bring about "a new political situation. And probably a new chancellor."

As Whittaker astutely points out, the political crisis stems from the fact that the issue of immigration has become "a power question". The AfD, which outperformed expectations during Germany's fall elections, owes its rise largely to its anti-asylum stance. And as the chaos builds, Whittaker explained that German lawmakers are largely in the dark about what is happening with the leadership.

"We are in a serious situation because the question of the migration crisis evolved into a power question...the question is who is leading the Government? Is it Angela Merkel or is it Horst Seehofer? Everybody seems to be standing firm and that's the problem."

[...]

There is a master plan to solve the migration crisis, which consists of 63 ideas of Horst Seehofer.

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Reader 06/17/2018 (Sun) 13:26:02 Id: 92492f [Preview] No.10380 del
Posting five images at a time: Bannable offensive at 8nu/pol/


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Reader 06/17/2018 (Sun) 14:58:56 Id: 33337c [Preview] No.10383 del
>>10382
Horrific. Another lesson why citizens must be armed and able to defend themselves (whether that be defense from average criminals, bureaucratic thugs or foreign invaders) and I could care less if others don't think we need them.


Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 00:46:58 Id: ea7411 [Preview] No.10389 del
>>10379
Under amnesty policies set up by the Obama regime they've been letting in African and Middle East immigrants too, mostly under the retarded suicidal "visa lottery program" as they call it. The problem is so many in the Republican party are so cucked they will never do anything to stop this. I'll give Trump some credit for TRYING to convince his party to end it, but they won't budge. Its really sad.



Communist Britian Relases Violent Migrant Who Attacked Police, But Jails Those Who Speak About It Reader 06/17/2018 (Sun) 15:58:40 Id: 916cde [Preview] No. 10384 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A Muslim activist who beat a police officer with a stick while protesting a Tommy Robinson rally has walked free from court.

Omar Mohamad had chosen to travel all the way from Reading to protest a free speech event led by Robinson at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park, held “to express views that were adverse to the Muslim community in the United Kingdom” — according to District Judge Richard Blake.

Sergeant Rooney had told the court how the attack had left his face so badly damaged that his children would not walk to school with him, and claimed he had been left with post-traumatic stress.

Nevertheless, despite the violent nature of Mohamad’s attack and his decision to claim he was acting in self-defence and plead not guilty, the judge appeared to buy the picture painted by the defence of a sickly man with multiple illnesses, who had “shown genuine remorse”.

“You’re a man of sixty-two and of good character,” the judge said — a sightly curious assessment, given Mohamad just been convicted for assaulting causing actual bodily harm against an on-duty police officer.

He then handed down a six-month sentence, but suspended it so Mohammed was able to walk free without actually having to serve any time in prison, unless he reoffends.

Robinson, meanwhile, is currently serving two terms totalling 13 months — which, unusually, are to be served consecutively rather than concurrently — for non-violent contempt of court convictions, imposed for reporting on grooming gang trials in Canterbury and Leeds.

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Reader 06/17/2018 (Sun) 16:00:05 Id: 916cde [Preview] No.10385 del
deliberate destabilization


Reader 06/17/2018 (Sun) 17:00:55 Id: f5e11d [Preview] No.10386 del
Why does by Britain love Islam so? What could Islam possibly do to it now, to rape its' children and attack its' women wasn't enough, that could possibly open its' battered eyes?


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Reader 06/18/2018 (Mon) 00:42:08 Id: de516d [Preview] No.10388 del
>>10386
British citizens are pissed for the most part, they've been protesting this en mass recently. It is their LEADERS and (((SPECIAL INTERESTS))) pushing this destabilization for the most part. Sure Marxist professors and so-called 'activists' are likely on their doll too. But don't blame all of Britain, the country is victim of subjugation and criminal subversion. Remember they voted to get out of the EU for likely these very reasons.

>>10387
Don't forget George Soros, also one of (((them))).



Russia Liquidated Half Their US Treasury Bond Holdings In One Month Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 15:59:08 Id: 08095e [Preview] No. 10356 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
As Trade Wars began, the rest of the world dumped more Treasuries in April than in any month since January 2016.

Hedge funds were buyers (as implied by the rise in holdings from the Cayman Islands)...they added $15,2 billion in April - the most ever.

But the biggest selling culprit was not "good friend" China who saw a small $5.799bn reduction in its Treasury holdings in April.

And while "Great ally" Japan did dump Treasuries for the 8th month in the last 9 to it lowest holdings since Oct 2011.

It was Vladimir Putin that decided to puke the most US Treasuries out of Russia ever, liquidating half, or $47.4 billion, of its US Treasuries in one month, to its lowest holdings since March 2008!

Put another way - Russia just liquidated half its US Treasury holdings in one month!

And what happened in April? Yields blew out! Russia was dumping half of everything it had ($48bn) and yields on the 10Y rose around 35bps.

One can't help but wonder - as the Yuan-denominated oil futures were launched, trade wars were threatened, and as more sanctions were unleashed on Russia - if this wasn't a dress-rehearsal, carefully coordinated with Beijing to field test what would happen if/when China starts to really liquidate.

https://archive.fo/JZD24

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Reader 06/17/2018 (Sun) 11:47:42 Id: 159649 [Preview] No.10377 del
>if this wasn't a dress-rehearsal, carefully coordinated with Beijing to field test what would happen if/when China starts to really liquidate

I think it was Bloomberg that already beta-tested the American people's reaction early this year saying that China was considering refusing Treasury bonds for trade. It spooked the markets a bit, and it made headlines on sites like Drudge Report and Zero Hedge, but a day later Bloomberg redacted and said 'sorry about that, ignore that article, we were incorrect.' China's press denied it too. I believe that was the first beta test to find out how it will affect markets and how people would react.



EU Wants To Completely End Internet Freedom, Regulate and Filter All Content Because They Feel Threatened Reader 06/09/2018 (Sat) 13:24:14 Id: f914ad [Preview] No. 10160 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The pending update to the EU Copyright Directive is coming up for a committee vote on June 20 or 21 and a parliamentary vote either in early July or late September. While the directive fixes some longstanding problems with EU rules, it creates much, much larger ones: problems so big that they threaten to wreck the Internet itself.

Under Article 13 of the proposal, sites that allow users to post text, sounds, code, still or moving images, or other copyrighted works for public consumption will have to filter all their users' submissions against a database of copyrighted works. Sites will have to pay to license the technology to match submissions to the database, and to identify near matches as well as exact ones. Sites will be required to have a process to allow rightsholders to update this list with more copyrighted works.

Even under the best of circumstances, this presents huge problems. Algorithms that do content-matching are frankly terrible at it. The Made-in-the-USA version of this is YouTube's Content ID system, which improperly flags legitimate works all the time, but still gets flack from entertainment companies for not doing more.

There are lots of legitimate reasons for Internet users to upload copyrighted works. You might upload a clip from a nightclub (or a protest, or a technical presentation) that includes some copyrighted music in the background. Or you might just be wearing a t-shirt with your favorite album cover in your Tinder profile. You might upload the cover of a book you're selling on an online auction site, or you might want to post a photo of your sitting room in the rental listing for your flat, including the posters on the wall and the picture on the TV.

Article 13 punishes any site that fails to block copyright infringement, but it won’t punish people who abuse the system. There are no penalties for falsely claiming copyright over someone else's work, which means that someone could upload all of Wikipedia to a filter system (for instance, one of the many sites that incorporate Wikpedia's content into their own databases) and then claim ownership over it on Twitter, Facebook and Wordpress, and everyone else would be prevented from quoting Wikipedia on any of those services until they sorted out the false claims. It will be a lot easier to make these false claims that it will be to figure out which of the hundreds of millions of copyrighted claims are real and which ones are pranks or hoaxes or censorship attempts…

…The controversial measures in the new directive have been tried before. For example, link taxes were tried in Spain and Germany and they failed, and publishers don't want them. Indeed, the only country to embrace this idea as workable is China, where mandatory copyright enforcement bots have become part of the national toolkit for controlling public discourse…. etc.

THIS IS WHY THE EU NEEDS TO FALL LIKE THE USSR!

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Reader 06/11/2018 (Mon) 22:45:26 Id: dcca6f [Preview] No.10235 del
>>10232
I don't think the BO posts news here, as I post most of it.

>>10231
>>10232
Both you guys need to chill out and quite the name calling and suspicions between one another. Its a very thorny topic we are talking about here indeed. Everyone is going to have some kind of alternative view on these kind of touchy topics.


Reader 06/11/2018 (Mon) 22:54:32 Id: bc477f [Preview] No.10237 del
>>10235
Viewpoints on this topic are fine if the obvious divide and conquer troll can stick to the subject and stop intentionally starting shit.


Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 15:53:11 [Preview] No.10353 del
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Just 3 days left

saveyourinternet.eu

Bump. Article 11 & 13 in the new EU Copyright Directive will most definitely ruin the internet (as we know it).

Services handling uploaded data have to PREVENT the availability of uploaded data if it is copyrighted (there's no fair use here) by implementing unimplementable copyright filters.

If a service is found violating this law (everyone will); it will be shutdown though they will most certainly nitpick services they dislike for other reasons.

Probably to not have a revolt of the masses only critical information will be withheld, think of news articles, documents, quotes, books, documentaries, criticism of the Party.

Because I'm quite sure they will leave the porn, sports, memes, movies, etc (all the shitty entertainment; stuff the masses care about) alone.

Thanks EU. You're doing a great job at ruining Europe.

>Green light for upload filters

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Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 15:55:50 Id: 7eed74 [Preview] No.10355 del
>>10353
If this doesn't spur another populist revolt, I don't know what the hell would.


Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 23:08:08 Id: 9565d1 [Preview] No.10371 del
I don't think these UNELECTED BUREAUCRATS even fathom or understand the vast amount of copyright material out there all over the world. There is no way in hell you can mandate (let alone police) millions of websites, having them somehow micromanage all their content and users. And this will only be a policy they can police in Europe, not anywhere else. Do you know how many websites will simply abandon European hosting and domains!? They'll just switch to offshore hosting! And the decentralized P2P clients will be having a wonderful influx of users too!

I can only see this backfiring, and if they try policing something this STUPID the EU will ruin their reputation for life.



China Warns US Corporations: You Are About To Become Victims Of A Trade War Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 16:22:53 Id: 11de40 [Preview] No. 10358 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Now that China has released details on its planned retaliation to President Trump's Section 301 tariffs - a list that contains, predictably, agricultural goods like soybeans, orange juice and beef as well as energy products like crude oil (though surprisingly not yet aircraft, though sanctions could be imposed in the next round) - we get to watch as US corporations who will be negatively impacted by the tariffs ratchet up their lobbying of the Trump administration (that is, if they haven't already given up) practically beginning the president not to let tensions escalate much further.

Of course, the Chinese aren't stupid. They know that one way to pressure Trump into backing off would be aggressively lobby US businesses with threats - both veiled and obvious - that their businesses could come to harm, or perhaps ruin, if the conflict escalates. Already, the Wall Street Journal has published a story about China's efforts to browbeat American businesses, recounting a meeting between a group of executives and Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan that reportedly took place in late March.

When a group of American executives and other global corporate chieftains met with Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan in late March, they received a stern message about the simmering U.S.-China trade conflict: If tensions escalate, buckle up.

"The message was pretty clear," said a person who attended. "A lot of companies would become victims in a U.S.-China trade war."

And some companies say they're already experiencing problems with the customs process as US goods pile up at Chinese ports.

Already, some U.S. companies are facing increased regulatory scrutiny in China, according to Jacob Parker, vice president of China operations at the U.S.-China Business Council. For instance, he said, it takes longer for their products to clear Chinese customs; in other instances, Chinese regulators are putting advertisement slogans by U.S. firms under review. Some automobiles and farm products such as pork from the U.S. have piled up at ports.

"Maintaining a low profile in the China market and ensuring that you’re completely compliant are more important now than in the past," Mr. Parker said.

Others, including Foxconn, a Taiwanese technology company that is best known for assembling Apple's iPhones, have begun reviewing their supply chains.

While multinationals assess the potential impact from the escalation of trade tensions, makers of consumer electronics have been canvassing suppliers and, in the case of at least two personal-computer makers, inquiring about shifting some of production in China to the U.S.

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Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 16:27:08 Id: 11de40 [Preview] No.10359 del
This is both good and bad for the US.

The bad: Expect a shortage of goods in the stores. Expect higher prices for some goods.

The good: America will be FORCED to re-industrialize and start manufacturing and mining and refining and milling and producing again. We'll get better quality products. We'll have more jobs for people in the future, more jobs for the common folk.

I'm game for this. Prepare now, some hard times will come but this will lead us to a much better future.


Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 16:34:36 Id: 11de40 [Preview] No.10360 del
I took a look at a list of those big corporations, btw. The most hurt will be the kikes who sold out America to exploit cheap labor in China, with of-course the usual run-of-the-mill businesses that might be effected as part of the collateral damage.

Overall, businesses who have remained loyal to the US workers and US consumers will remain mostly unaffected. In fact, expect more ma & pa type of businesses to thrive in the aftermath of a trade war. Like I sad, we will have to re-industrialize.

If the mainstream media sobs about this, think of that as a good thing, not bad.


Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 21:59:39 [Preview] No.10366 del
>>10360
>The most hurt will be the kikes
They won't shoot themselves in the foot. China is completely controlled by them. As is almost every other country.


Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 22:43:35 Id: 99869f [Preview] No.10369 del
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>>10366
Half true. I've posted this plenty of times on /news/. Not sure if anybody's even looking at it. The false part is where jews don't shoot themselves in the foot. They're intentionally increasing the presence of Muslims because of their demented loxism. That's cutting off their crooked hooked noses to spite their face. The future they bring about may be the end of white Europeans, but also increasing danger to themselves.


Reader 06/16/2018 (Sat) 22:44:39 Id: 6ab8ef [Preview] No.10370 del
>>10366
Some of them may have shot themselves in the foot. Kikes are not exempt from unintended consequences or failures you know. Likely there will be many winners and losers in this trade war. If you want to start hunting the kikes who win, I'd look at the possibility of seeing new industrialists in America's near future. With the trade wars we will be producing a lot more stuff over here and relying less on foreign goods.