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Posted in: Prince Andrew faces more disgrace as business backers leave See in context

Epstein, Pizzagate, that BBC perv and now this.

The Swamp is really rotten.

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Posted in: U.S. official denies knowing Ukraine aid linked to Biden probe See in context

Awesome, keep the confusion and contradicting spinning for months. We need to keep this gong show going until October 2020.

Come on Dems, put all your eggs into this Ukraine basket... please

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Posted in: Police surround last holdouts at Hong Kong campus protest See in context

Well done HK police, restoring safety for the citizens of Hong Kong.

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Posted in: He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun See in context

Also if I do not automatically know which gender or lifestyle you identify with,

Because of that, they're arguing that all gendered language (he, she, etc.) be removed from the dictionary to make sure nobody's feelings are hurt.

Also, all historical stories, fairytales and books need to be edited to remove all references to gender, because if a transgender kids hear's the word "he" or "she" in a storybook read by the teacher, (his/her/its) feelings might be hurt.

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Posted in: U.S. angers Palestinians with reversal on Israeli settlements See in context

There's no doubt that Trump has been a staunch, unwavering ally of Israel since he was elected.

He's granted every wish the Zionists have asked for.

Trump is not going to walk away empty-handed, Quid Pro Quo is a given here.

But Trump can rest assured that the Dems wouldn't touch "conspiracy with Israel" with a 10-foot pole.

Smart move by Trump, tonnes of New York money and favors are coming his way.

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Posted in: He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun See in context

Now we have to revamp the whole language just to suit a small special interest group.

Are we supposed to rewrite every book and story ever written because they contain the evil "he" and "she" words that might offend some?

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Posted in: U.S. angers Palestinians with reversal on Israeli settlements See in context

Huge policy change!

This won't go unanswered.

Trump 2020 is a done deal.

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Posted in: Folau claims Australia's bushfires 'God's judgement' for gay marriage See in context

Immense courage on his part for expressing his beliefs knowing there’d be retribution from the powers that be.

Some people talk about freedom of speechand human rights, this guy stood up for his

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Posted in: Hong Kong police storm university held by protesters See in context

HK police have entered the campus, without using any live rounds and are arresting rioters.

"Protestors" are scurrying away like cockroaches from the light.

Well done HK police.

Yeehaw!

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Posted in: Hong Kong police storm university held by protesters See in context

protesters responded with catapult-launched gasoline bombs

Yeah, I'm all for student activism, it's kinda a part of growing up.

But the catapult-launched gasoline bomb thing takes it just a little bit too far.

Enjoy your stint in prison.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police seal off university; threaten to use live bullets as standoff with protesters escalates See in context

the Police have a job, they have not done their job, in 5 months of unrest.

I beg to differ, were it not for the HK police separating the thugs from the citizens of Hong Kong, we'd probably have 10 to 20 cases of Hong Kongers being burned alive with gasoline by the protestors by now.

The Hong Kong police have shown incredible professional restraint throughout all this hooliganism and have been able to keep the majority of HK citizens safe, the protestors have only been able to attack a handful of Hong Kong citizens..

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Posted in: Hong Kong police seal off university; threaten to use live bullets as standoff with protesters escalates See in context

It's a fight for the freedom of themselves

Where's the freedom for the guy who was doused with gasoline and burned alive while the protestors cheered merely because he had a different opinion?

Where's the freedom for the man who was just cleaning up the mess on the street left by the protestors and was killed by a hurling brick launched by hooligan protestors?

Czechoslovakia, Crimea and East Germany are all modern day examples where people peacefully gained freedom from a tyrannical regime without resorting to violence.

It's done with flowers, not petrol bombs and flying bricks.

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Posted in: Boy in Japan uses his high voice to impersonate a schoolgirl in prostitution scam See in context

the boys decided to cut their losses and just beat up some random 55-year-old man who happened to be in the park at that time.

What a bunch of punk losers.

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Posted in: Britain's Prince Andrew 'categorically' denies sex claims See in context

What a swamp.

Reminds me of Eyes Wide Shut.

I've lost count of the amount of paedophile scandals among the elite, especially in the UK.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police seal off university; threaten to use live bullets as standoff with protesters escalates See in context

The protestors are trying to kill police with lethal bow and arrows.

A media liaison officer was shot with an arrow.

On no country on this earth would a police force not threaten to respond with lethal force when hooligans are launching bricks, petrol bombs and arrows at them.

HK police have a duty to restore order and safety for common citizens.

Arrest these nutcases thugs who are burning people alive with gasoline.

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Posted in: Johnson says all Conservative election candidates pledge to back his Brexit deal See in context

Conservatives are leading in the polls.

The Majority of Brits want Brexit.

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Posted in: Iran's Khamenei backs fuel price hike; blames 'sabotage' for unrest See in context

Here we go. The Syria and Venezuela formal is being used on Iran.

Cue Western governments saying "Iranian people deserve freedom and therefore we need to bomb the country and takes its oil."

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Posted in: Trump says N Korea went too far in calling Biden 'rabid dog' See in context

Very Presidential and dignified of Mr. Trump.

As usual, he extends a hand across the aisle for the sake of the country but the Dems will continue their selfish partisanship.

Well done President Trump.

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Posted in: Democrats invite Trump to testify in impeachment inquiry See in context

Man, what a creepy photo of Pelosi and Schumer.

Says it all.

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Posted in: Pence aide said Trump's Ukraine phone call was 'unusual and inappropriate' See in context

ooooh. One person’s opinion is that it was “unusual and inappropriate”

And the Dems are basing their hopes for impeachment on that.

Get Real.

Trump is going to slide out of this just like he sailed through that whole Russia conspiracy thing.

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Posted in: Hong Kong protesters unleash stash of petrol bombs; Chinese soldiers clear roads See in context

Protecting freedom from authoritarians often requires unpleasantness.

I guess you're after the freedom to burn people alive with gasoline and to hurl bricks at old people.

The rest of us will pay taxes so the police can throw these murders into prison and then we'll calmly clean up after your reckless hooliganism.

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Posted in: U.N. warns Bolivia crisis could 'spin out of control' as death toll mounts See in context

Did they set Morales up for a fall to institute a right wing puppet Putin could more easily control.

PT,

Having a wee bit of difficulty wrapping my head around this conspiracy theory of yours.

So you're saying Putin secretly controls both the left wing and the right wing in Bolivia?

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Posted in: U.N. warns Bolivia crisis could 'spin out of control' as death toll mounts See in context

Anez, meanwhile, has moved quickly away from Morales´ leftist rule.

The US and their puppet organization the OAS failed miserably in Venezuela, so they upped their game and tried some new tactics on Bolivia.

Seems to have worked.

On the bright side, the lefties are out and some hardcore right-wing party is in.

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Posted in: Paris police use tear gas, water cannon on 'yellow vest' protests anniversary See in context

Demonstrators torched cars and pelted police with stones and bottles

Featherweights compared to what the HK protestors are doing.

They got to start launching bricks and petrol-bombs from makeshift catapults at buildings if they truly want freedom.

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Posted in: Hong Kong protesters unleash stash of petrol bombs; Chinese soldiers clear roads See in context

Hundreds of residents moved in to help clear barricaded roads near several universities.

So the local people, who actually live there are helping the unarmed soldiers and the police in cleaning the huge mess left by the petrol-bomb throwing punk hooligans.

I support the locals, the police trying to protect them and any peaceful protestors (if they are any).

The petrol-bomb and brick throwing goons should be arrested and charged with reckless public endangerment.

They killed an innocent man with they hurled a brick at him.

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Posted in: Prince Andrew again denies having sex with Epstein victim See in context

What a swamp.

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Posted in: Ousted ambassador felt threatened; Trump assails her anew See in context

Can anybody explain what qualifications Hunter Biden had to sit on that Ukrainian company board?

He doesn’t even speak Ukrainian so he wouldn’t have understood anything that went on in Board Meetings and he couldn’t have reviewed any documents.

Blatant, open, obvious in your fave nepotism and corruption. And the Dems openly condone it.

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Posted in: London police launch assault probe after Hong Kong minister injured See in context

Cue Liberals, who otherwise freak out if a man looks at a woman without her consent, justifying a group of men physically attacking a 61 year-old lady.

A man should never ever use his physical strength against a woman.

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Posted in: A call to ethical action in the sports industry See in context

What exactly is the “unethical”

aspect of sports that the writer is referring to.

He just seems to dish out a whole bunch of touchy feely buzzwords but I don’t get the overall point.

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Posted in: Chinese swimming star defends failure to take doping test See in context

He should have to right to refuse being injected with a needle and having his blood taken against his will.

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