Andrew Topolski comments

Posted in: Hatred of journalists turning to violence, watchdog warns See in context

More fske news. The only places where violence against journalists has been occuring is north Africa and central Asia and it's been going on since 2002 when Daniel pearl was beheaded by terrorists in Pakistan. Amazing how this article basically pretends that never happened. As hot hatred, that's more of a left wing problem, they hate with a small faction willing to be violent, actual right wingers (not the pretend right-wing which the left fantasizes about), real right wingers are are not typically afflicted by emotional outburst like hate nor violence. However, I general the media is hated and the, reason is because the fskers who call themselves journalists are not journalists, they are propagandists, both left and right, and the scams the journalists lie about have caused misery, riots and possibly death. So how unreasonable is it to not like journalists when they can't report reality and tend to instigate riots and destruction with their fake news. Of course, yellow journalists are the cause of their own problem, the fact remainsvthey have readers who are volitile and will become unhinged if they, are not reading what they want to hear and can't deal with reality

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Posted in: Real or artificial? Tech titans declare AI ethics concerns See in context

This is just an efeect of the pervasive liberal ideology of the people in silicon valley. Normal people don't need ethics boards to tell then what is right or wrong and normal people lean to consider questionable acts as wrong until more information comes. Which means coding AI should result in normal ethics if voded by people who have the capacity to be ethical. People who need ethics boards, are the opposite, they consider everything right, including bad actions, until some board votes it wrong. We don't need people like this developing AI.

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Posted in: Thanks to crony capitalism, ride-sharing services may be waiting in the wings See in context

Interesting how the article blames capitalism when in fact it's government. It's government which created a defacto monopoly on transport services, with expensive licenses and laws banning competition. The reason is government can soak more money out if a monopoly it controls. At any time politicians could simply end it, they choose not too. It has nothing to do with capitalism

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Posted in: 2020 Democrats' new litmus test: Abolish Electoral College See in context

Democrats are ensuring not only 4 more years of Trump but an additional 8 years for Republican replacement. Liberals don't realize they only comrise if 30% of the population, most of their Democrat voters are not this extreme and will be turned off by the hardcore Marxist level turn the democrats are making. The electoral college nonsense is an election killer. Most people fsll into two camps, those who can't understand it, this group will think it's unnecessary to worry about when it's worked fine and there are more important and relevant things to fix, the other group knows abolishing the electoral college amounts to one party rule, rule by 2 cities and devolving to old world parliamentary politics. The democrats have hitched their hopes to an impossible win, it's not going to be changed and best of all, presidents, are not involved in constitutional amendments, so it's even more of a pointless position for a President

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Posted in: NZ gov't to announce gun reforms within 10 days See in context

Very odd logic. Psycho criminal kills with gun, so government response is to restrict guns to regula people who font commit crimes. No actual action taken against criminals who have guns.

This is followed by the equally odd result of no one there to stop the criminal because only criminals would have guns. I'll point out the part of the story left wing media is hiding, it was a law abiding citizen who had a weapon which caused the psycho killer to stop killing people and run away. So thr next time this happens, since gun laws don't affect criminals, the next time there, will be more death because no citizens will have a gun to respond with.

The logic of gun laws is flawed, the end result will be only criminals with guns and those criminals comforted by the fact they can kill indiscriminately because they know none of the victims will be armed.

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Posted in: Trump's 'MAGAnomics' gets a thumbs-down from Democrats See in context

Meanwhile, the rest of us who are not democrats will continue to enjoy the best economy and all of the jobs, money and other benefits which go with it, while we ignore the great recession causing democrats.

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Posted in: 'He said, he said' - Who can you trust in Cohen-Trump saga? See in context

Trust Cohen , a guy who has been convicted of tax evasion, bank fraud and is not in jail because of some deal made with antagonists of Trump and oh yeah, a convicted liar or trust Trump, no convictions and has kept at least campaign promises to boost the economy and other stuff successfully. Not really a tough choice here

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Posted in: Omar furor reflects intensifying national debate over Israel See in context

This is supposed to be a free country where people at least live and let live, not intolerance and vitriol based on beliefs or biology. Instead we have a Democrat party which has decided a communist and an Islamist, neither of which have any sort of experience at anything relevant, are now the defacto leadership of the Democrat party and both are making racist, bigoted and divisive comments which the rest of the Democrat party is choosing to legitimize and the democrats media is choosing to protect. The Democrat party of America is falling victim to it's own political correctness it's own ideology

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Posted in: As newspapers close throughout U.S., role of government watchdog disappears See in context

Media, newspapers or any journalism based publications are failing because they collectively stopped being a government watchdog, starting back in the 80s. The, article is incorrect to conclude media is being ignored therefore the government watchdog is gone. Media is supposed to help protect people from government. Instead, all media protects their preferred faction of government from the people. Journalism is long dead and what's left are propaganda services called news and people have no real use for or interest in propaganda.

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Posted in: Can Zuckerberg really make a privacy-friendly Facebook? See in context

And what fools trustd this guy? If Zuckerberg was going to provide security of private information, he, would have built it into Facebook to start with.

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Posted in: Cohen's lawyer says Trump advisers were 'dangling' pardons See in context

Cohen is a convicted liar, among other crimes walking around free clearly spewing whatever words Mueller is telling him to say under duress of going to actual jail. Still back to convicted liar, pretty much anything this guy says is a lie, he should be ignored not treated like a celebrity

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Posted in: Want trillions of dollars injected into the economy? Pay women the same as men See in context

Can anyone name a specific large company in the USA suppedly paying women less? It defies capitalist logic, all men would be fired in favor of the imagined less expensive work force. I personally as, a consultant for over 20 years, have converted dozens of payroll systems for large companies, some while working for PwC and never I'm data analysis did a pattern of a gender or any biological feature based pay gap exist. This gender pay thing isn't real. Perhaps really small businesses do it or more likely Governments have gender biased pay but it isn't medium and large sized companies. If it is true, then where is the report naming the perpetrators?

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Posted in: U.S. House panel casts wide net in Trump obstruction probe See in context

We are now 3 years into nonstop so called investigations of imagined trump crimes and nothing. Before those are done a pointless house committee will start investigating, well we don't know because none of these fraud investigations ever name an actual crime. What will be amusing is when Trump releases documents which will include the actual crimes committed by the political elites currently investigating him.

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Posted in: Trump warns conservatives against 'socialist nightmare' in fiery 2-hour speech See in context

200 million dead and 2 billion in abject poverty from socialism, sounds like a nightmare to me

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Posted in: Grown children surprised to find their fathers absorbed in internet rightwing sites See in context

I do enjoy the fakery of implying right wing means intolerant. That's a left wing insanity. As is the left wing pinning anything not them as right wing.

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Posted in: How House Democrats can fix the North American trade deal See in context

and to debunk the entire article. the way the US constitution is written, The president makes treaties and the Senate approves or denies them. The House of representatives has absolutely no say, no effect and no authority in this. So there is no action the house democrats could take for this or any treaty other than to complain and make irrelevant noise about it.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

Can't journalists at least try to be real? At least point out so called hush money is not actually a crime, at least point thst out before just repeating whatever nonsense democrats say. Also how about pointing out how unlikely the claim of impeachment is. The democrats are in the house even if they did it, The Republicans control the senate, they are not going to bring this up. And further impeachment doesn't somehow lead to jail. I get it, report what the democrats said but it's not real journalism if the journalist doesntbat least point out where the democrats are basically completely wrong

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Posted in: Legal clouds over Trump grow with new disclosures See in context

The only clouds looming would be those over mueller, the left wing and anyone else hoping and praying their fake russian collusion was real. There is literally nothing. a couple guys rounded up for old crimes not trump's. a few lying to the FBI about nonsense which has nothing to do with anything, trump paying blackmailers or dalliances, really doesnt matter because its not illegal to use your own money fort that (unlike the US congress which uses taxpayer money for this) and the big one, mueller discovered trumps corporation builds large buildings in various cities and employees went to russia for a normal building developer discussion with people in russia to consider the possibility, none of which involved trump nor any russian government official.

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Posted in: Can Macron survive France's 'yellow vest' revolution? See in context

Macron survive? Why would anyone want that. I think if you cause your entire country to meltdown in to a nationwide riot where even the police unions start joining in, its over, the failed politician should resign. The people of France are clearly in revolt over the high taxation, fake global warming financial scams and socialism in general. Politicians the world over are too focused on their scams, their abject greed and their power. If they would instead put too much focus on freedom and free economics, then life would be better for all. Instead most politicians are like Macron, just a parasite only this one went too far and the people of France appear to be tired of the political class taking from them to enrich the government.

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Posted in: Trump calls for end to Mueller probe despite Russian campaign bid findings See in context

The author of the article might want to consider actual facts instead if cresting fake news. The claim trump was, approached is false. Some guy tried to contact Cohen suggesting trump and Putin meet, Cohen ignored the requestor completely. That's written in Mueller's actual report. All of the so called convictions are lying to the FBI on unrelated nonsense or old finance crimes not involving trump. Manafort supposedly made contact from jail to some unsmed person who supposedly talked to an unnamed administration official, we know this is a scam otherwise there would be names, Mueller is a prosecutor. And for 30 million we discovered trumps corporation builds big building and puts trumps name on it and again unrelated to trump various individuals in trumps company and in Russia discussed the idea if developing real-estate and those people had NP direct contact with trump or anyone in the Russian government. Sorry left wingers, I know you are offended an interloper dared to push his, way into your elite class but this Russian collusion is totally fake

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Posted in: Spider-Man is back on screen, but this time he's black and Latino See in context

Its kind of sad how the liberal left wing of the world is so intolerant and racist they think an actors background or race matters. Hollywood is so racist they have to constantly try to prive they are not by focusing in on or calling attention to the background of the actor.

For people not in a liberal or left wing mind, people are just people and an actor is judged on his ability to act, not on whatever shade of color his skin is. If Marvel came out next year with a spiderman who was japanese, it would not matter to the general population.

Judge others by content of character, biological differences are not a factor. It is kind of sad hollywood nor left wingers do not understand this.

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Posted in: Trump aides caught in web of deception over Russia contacts See in context

And in the real world, it should be fairly easy to see what happens when government bureaucrats start abusing their power to coerce. None of it involves Trump, most of these people are clearly being told to fake something or suffer jail. Only 2 have any Real crime and it's financial happening years before Trump and not involving Trump. Anything that does almost involve Trump was legal activity, yet the bureaucrsts are getting away with treating it like a crime. Funny how a guy who's never been in politics somehow has all of these imaginary political scams going on, yet the actual lifetime politicians are never investigated even though they are clearly rich of off political scams

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Posted in: U.S. troops limited to using only batons on Mexico border See in context

This story is a good example on why media can't be trusted and is called fake. The media is reporting two stories which are impossible to have simultaneously. This story saying limited to batons for force snd a story claiming troops have been authorized to use legal force at the border. It's not possible for both to be true as one negates the other. So which is it media? Legal force or limited to baton? If you in media can't even avoid lying and fakery for, simple things like this, why should you be trusted with something more important.

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Posted in: Hundreds of migrants push on to U.S.-Mexico border bridge See in context

Interesting, out if thousands still hundreds of miles away, only this tiny group of a couple hundred men made it to thr border? Yeah right. Looks like we have the first of some Democrat party plants probably rounded up over the last couple days to pretend to be migrants or democrats enticed a hundred or do into a couple buses paid to gather on this bridge and agitate. What a joke.

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Posted in: Trump seeks end to Florida recount as Republicans' leads shrink See in context

The moment the democrats magically "found" an entire truckload of 40k ballots, 8k in some school and the Found ballots in random cars the vote counting should have ended and indictments handed out. Republicans ate not losing ground to a recoubt, the democrats are stuffing balit boxes and they are not even trying to hide their fraud

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Posted in: Pressure on girls for perfect body 'worse than ever', says Orbach See in context

Where is this pressure coming from? It isn't us guys doing it. Most men are happy a woman says yes far more than her appearance. Of course each country is different but America this is ridiculous as everything in America is biased for women. Women outnunber men, more women are employed, more women drive, more women graduate college than men. Schools, are designed to teach girls not boys. Socialist justice effectively puts men in jail for any accusation of insensitivity to women. So a male somehow disparaging a womans appearance to the point if causing the effect in this article, would end up sued or fired or worse. Girls and women need to lighten up.

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Posted in: With U.S. absent, world's exporters turn attention to China See in context

Perhaps the author doesn't understand how free economies work. Free trade or generally all trade with America are through the companies and individuals in America Not the, US government. Dozens if American companies like caterpillar and honeywell were present at the expo and that is who would be traded with. The US government itself really has no reason to be there because the American government doesn't participate directly in economic activity. So the article is a bit false, America was represented, the America that matters when it comes to trade and the government has no relevant reason to be there

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Posted in: Democrats take House control; Republicans expand Senate majority See in context

Not quite left wingers. Democrats had no wave and it wasn’t dissatisfaction with trump. The senate would have also been taken not expanded. The democrats barely took the house because right wing voters are dissatisfied with Paul Ryan and the buffoonery of the republicans in the house for the last 2 years

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Posted in: Is the U.S. still a real democracy? See in context

The USA is not and never was a pure democracy. It was rejected because a pure democracy is tyranny by mob and the ones in charge are those who can manipulate the feelings of herds of people. Nothing about that is a good idea. The article falsely claims the party rule systems of europevare superior and closer to democracy. Good for them but it explains why those countries are less free. Why Merkel in Germany can win with 37% of a vote and why the, EU in Brussels isn't elected at all. All of the comments about fake African or other America voting disenfranchisement are completely false, not even worth a comment. About the only examples of reduced voting freedom in America would be how California has imposed Marxist style one party rule voting. Getting ballots where key positions legally only have the Democrats for choices, all others not even allowed on the ballot. Republics are designed purposely to block the effect of mob rule in democracy.

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Posted in: Who is to blame for America's toxic environment? See in context

Blame is easy. The democrats or specifically the left wingers, progressive, liberals follow socialism which requires division, violence, intolerance, fakery and propaganda. It's a simple matter of a small group of liberals in the Democrat party want socialist tyranny, to remove freedom, collect all powervand resources for themselves and everyone else be subjugated to them. Everyone else is on the side of freedom and like any free person, will object to their freedom being taken away. So it's not hard to blame the democrats because taking away freedom is always wrong and the methods the democrats use to take that freedom is equally as wrong as the goal of socialism

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