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Posted in: Japan, Russia foreign ministers meet over postwar peace treaty See in context

Why does Japan want a peace treaty with Russia so badly?

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Posted in: U.S. auto dealers worry Trump will impose tariffs on imported cars See in context

Biased article.

Dealers of domestic brands would benefit.

The media is scrounging for anything to hit Trump with.

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Posted in: Tear gas, hate speech marks 14th yellow vest protest See in context

The people have obviously rejected the French President.

The leader of the Yellow Vests is the new interim president of France, and countries should recognize him as such and start bypassing French customs and send aid directly to the Yellow Vests.

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Posted in: Democratic presidential candidates introducing themselves to voters See in context

Motley Crew.

Lovin it.

Maga till January 2025, it's a done deal.

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Posted in: Islamic State's last pocket under fire on all sides in Syria See in context

Most of the fighters left in Baghouz are foreigners,

That's funny, when the Syrian civil war started the Western MSM said the opposition to the government was all domestic, while people like me said it was all foreign jihadists sent in to fight against the army.

Who was right?

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Posted in: U.S. military planes land near Venezuela border with aid See in context

Saturday's 180-ton shipment includes high-energy food products or hygiene kids of soap, toothpaste and other goods for more than 25,000 people.

25,000 people, what a joke. Less than 0.1% of the population.

Meanwhile China and Russia are sending 10 times that every single day through official government channels and the Western MSM conveniently forgets to mention that.

If the US wants to help Venezuela, lift the sanctions and unfreeze the 20 billion that the Venezuelan government has in Western banks so it can buy food and medicine.

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Posted in: Pence rebukes EU; rejects Merkel's call to work with Russia See in context

The US is becoming increasingly isolated.

The EU, Russia, China, India etc. are the real international community.

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Posted in: Venezuela's Maduro blasts U.S. for 'stealing' billions and offering 'crumbs' See in context

"It's a booby trap, they're putting on a show with rotten and contaminated food," 

He's right. The US "aid" is a truck full of rotten sandwiches, barely enough for one school's lunch.

 the 35-year-old National Assembly speaker is a puppet to the U.S. which is trying to secure access to Venezuela's gold and vast oil reserves -- the largest in the world.

The largest oil and gold reserves in the world.

That sentence says it all, doesn't it.

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Posted in: After Auschwitz visit, Pence accuses Iran of Nazi-like anti-Semitism See in context

Iran's ancient Jewish community has slumped to an estimated 10,000 to 20,000 from 85,000 at the time of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, but is believed to be the biggest in the Middle East outside Israel.

There is indeed a large Jewish community in Iran and they are free practice their religion.

In fact their religious freedom is protected by Iranian law.

I have no idea how the US can possible compare Iran to Nazi Germany.

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Posted in: Venezuela's Maduro ramps up legal fight against Guaido's challenge See in context

Military aircraft from the United States had flown to strategically located Caribbean islands last week, Cuba said.

The vultures are circling and salivating.

Venezuela has immense oil and mineral wealth, and some people want to steal it.

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Posted in: Tokyo to ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

Get ready for a hyper "me first, I'm special" crybaby generation that lacks any and all discipline.

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Posted in: Venezuela opposition takes steps to seize oil revenue as Maduro issues threat See in context

The US is already trying to steal Venezuela's oil.

Usually that happens after the bombs fall, but Venezuela is just too juicy to resist.

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Posted in: U.S. senators to try again to pass Russia sanctions bill See in context

The main target is the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia to Germany.

The Germans won't let it be stopped.

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Posted in: Suicide attack on Iran Revolutionary Guards bus kills 27 See in context

Is the US going to condemn this act of terror?

I won't hold my breath, the Pentagon has two definitions of terrorist.

The first is a convenient excuse to steal oil and the second is "asset".

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Posted in: Showdown looms as Venezuela's Guaido sets aid entry date See in context

Photo op, those trucks could only feed 1 school for 1 day.

Meanwhile, Venezuela has 20 billion in USD frozen in international banks that it could use to buy food and medicine but the US won’t allow Venezuela to access it’s own money.

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Posted in: 40 countries, but not U.S., China, agree cars must have automatic braking See in context

Need a kill switch for off roading and farmers riding on their fields in waist high grass

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating girl after she helps woman who vomited on bus See in context

Police said Taguchi has admitted to the charge and quoted him as saying he got angry after seeing the girl act kindly toward the woman.


Where did he get the baton?

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Posted in: Venezuelan opposition envoy says Brazil will send aid to border See in context

Sending aid to the border without the approval of customs authorities is just a photo-op, they know it will get stopped and AP cameramen will be ready and waiting.

If they truly want to help the people, just send the aid through official government channels.

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Posted in: For Putin, economic and political reality dampen any appetite for arms race See in context

Its budget surplus this year is projected to be 1.932 trillion rubles ($29.3 billion) or 1.8 percent of gross domestic product. Russia's foreign exchange reserves stand at $478 billion,

A budget surplus and a half trillion in reserves... WOW

So when are those sanctions going to bite?

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Posted in: World seeing 'catastrophic collapse' of insects: study See in context

Please let this include mosquitoes.

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Posted in: Senator Klobuchar joins Democratic presidential field See in context

Klobuchar's announcement came amid several news reports of high staff turnover in her Senate office with workers complaining of having to do personal chores,

A Dem with a power hara problem.

They're all the same.

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Posted in: Doctors demand humanitarian aid be allowed into Venezuela See in context

The aid should go through legitimate government channels.

Every country requires medicines to be checked by customs officials.

If the US contacts Venezuelan customs and follows proper procedures the aid can go through.

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Posted in: Warren says Trump may not be 'free' in 2020 See in context

What a nut job, easy pickings for Trump.

Nominate Clinton part deux so we can get 4 more years of MAGA.

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Posted in: Gov't under fire for watered-down sexual harassment countermeasures See in context

Victims tend to avoid taking their cases to court

If the alleged is about to lose his/her career and all opportunities for future employment isn't he/she entitled to defend themselves in a bona fide court of law.

Since when are HR staff judge, jury and executioner?

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Posted in: U.S.-backed Syrian force launches 'final battle' against IS See in context

Then turkey will kill them, then people will rise up against turkey and IS will come back and....


When Assad controlled this area, he kept a lid on all this nonsense.

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Posted in: U.S. and Russia push rival United Nations actions on Venezuela See in context

The USA is the top oil exporting country in the world, since last Sept.

That doesn't mean that they don't want more.

And don't forget that Venezuela is sitting atop some of the world's richest gold and mineral deposits.

The vultures are salivating.

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Posted in: Scandals drive calls for top Virginia leadership to resign See in context

The Democratic party clearly has a huge problem with racists and rapists in their ranks.

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Posted in: U.S. and Russia push rival United Nations actions on Venezuela See in context

Nearly 50 countries globally have recognized Guaido

195 Countries in the world, less that 50 back the US oil puppet.

Over 75% of countries support the current, UN recognized president.

Only the oil hunger vultures back the US puppet.

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Posted in: French yellow vest anti-govt protests turn violent in Paris See in context

I think the leader of the Yellow Vests should declare that Macron is an illegitimate president and "self-declare" himself to be the new president.

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Posted in: Gut feeling: Study links depression to digestive bacteria See in context

I got a gut feeling that these pills are a scam.

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