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"The signatories believe Donald J Trump should be banned from UK entry for his continued, unrepentant hate speech and unacceptable behaviour. His unacceptable behaviour is well documented, and we feel it foments racial, religious and nationalistic intolerance which should not be welcome in the UK.
The UK has banned entry to many individuals for hate speech. This same principle should apply to Donald J Trump. We cannot see how the United Kingdom can condone his entry to the country when many people have been barred for less."

Furthermore, some British politicians like Scottish National Party defense head Brendan O’Hara are attempting to have Trump’s access to nuclear weapons preemptively curtailed should he win the Republican nomination for 2016.


http://www.rawstory.com/2015/12/britons-launch-campaign-to-ban-donald-trump-from-the-uk-over-hate-speech-violations/
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>>6803
Anyone actually think he'll be banned?
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>>6825
Not if he becomes president.
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There's nothing wrong with this. Why the fuck would Trump want to go to the shitty UK?

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>A leaked internal Islamic State manual shows how the terrorist group has set about building a state in Iraq and Syria complete with government departments, a treasury and an economic programme for self-sufficiency, the Guardian can reveal.

>The 24-page document, obtained by the Guardian, sets out a blueprint for establishing foreign relations, a fully fledged propaganda operation, and centralised control over oil, gas and the other vital parts of the economy.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/07/leaked-isis-document-reveals-plan-building-state-syria

Full...
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dat image though.
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The entire thing will probably collapse in less than 5 years, so I really don't get why they even bother.
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>the guardian
No thanks.

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http://venezuelanalysis.com/news/11753

Venezuela’s National Electoral Council (CNE) has released the preliminary but “irreversible” results of the country’s National Assembly elections.

In the early hours of this Monday morning, Tibisay Lucena, the President of the CNE, congratulated the Venezuelan people on its impressive “demonstration of civility” before announcing that the Venezuelan opposition coalition, the Roundtable of Democratic Unity (MUD), had swept to victory in the Venezuelan legislative elections.

According to Lucena, the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) has so far gained just 46 seats in parliament while their political opponents, the MUD, have gained 99 out of a total of 167 - according to the most recent count. Twenty-two seats are yet to be announced, including three representatives for the country’s indigenous population.
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Among all the shitty news in the world, it's nice to see that Latin America is cleaning itself up.
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Several opinions on this:

Maduro lost the elections, the opposition didn't win it. The Opposition still have no viable plan for Venezuela apart from hand over the country to the Koch Brothers and centralize all power and money into the inner suburbs of Caracas.

The PSUV have basically sat on their thumb up their ass since Saudi Arabia crashed oil prices. There should have been massive government stimulus programs to diversify the economy away from just oil but there was none of that.

Also I think this is interesting as it shows how western imperialism...
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Oil rents, populist blowhards, provoking the US in the western hemisphere, and Nigerian-tier economic management, any one of these is enough to kill a state. My advice to MUD would be to immediately lead off with all necessary cuts and layoffs, and to go further before shorter. You have the mandate and it's expected. Down the line recapitalize the best of the worst programs and personal, but under no circumstances draw out the purges over months.

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VIDEO "Leytonstone Terror Attack (FULL): The Religion of Peace Strikes Again"
In response to #YouAintNoMuslimBruv

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ptnq4qJahS8
Spread around. This one hits home.

"On December 5, an act of terror occurred at Leytonstone tube station in East London, UK. As people were coming home from Christmas shopping on Saturday evening, a man wielding a machete slit the throat of an innocent bystander and injured two others. Some witnesses feared the terrorist intended to behead the man. As the 29 year old alleged Muslim man...
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i have aids.
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>>6829
>and yet almost all incidents of terror are committed by Muslims.
Almost all incidents of terror are also targeted at Muslims. This is irrelevant but nevertheless interesting.
>Studies and statistics show that a rather large minority of Muslims sympathize with these acts, especially among male Muslim youth.
>Muslims make up 4% of the population in England and Wales but are a staggering 14% of the Prison population. Violent crime has...
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>>6834

>This is irrelevant but nevertheless interesting.

Muslims killing other Muslims in the name of Islam are still Muslims.

>There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics

These are facts, not lies. They aren't twisted, they can't be misdirected.

>But you are reducing the problem to the religion, and your statistics omit vital details like how these Muslims live

No details...
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>"For a Russian soldier to display a rocket launcher or something similar while passing on a Russian warship is a provocation," Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told reporters, according to the Hurriyet news site. "If we perceive a threatening situation, we will give the necessary response."

http://news.yahoo.com/turkey-angered-rocket-brandishing-russian-naval-ship-passing-152051520.html

>Iran has evidence of illegal oil trade between Turkey and Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) –...
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>>6632
< dat file
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BREAKING!!! Putin my dick in that ass.

>>6632
In all seriousness are we all surprised that Turkey and IS are doing secret oil trades... thats how IS is getting the majority of their funding anyway...
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>>6632
For the love of fuck, sauce!

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And behind the camera, one of the witnesses – a Muslim east Londoner – shouts loudly at the knifeman: ‘You ain’t no Muslim bruv! You ain’t no Muslim!’
Last night a man with a machete attacked people in Leytonstone station while shouting ‘this is for Syria’.
The stabbing left three people injured – one of them in a serious condition – and is now being treated as a terrorist incident.
It wasn’t long before horrific photos and video footage streamed onto social media from the east London tube station.
But amid all the fear, one of the videos basically...
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That's cute. But how will it address the cultural and economic changes Britain will go through? Right now, Muslims are a growing minority.
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related:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35020427
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No True Scotsman

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http://www.stardailystandard.com/breaking/warning-bananas-could-also-be-about-to-turn-into-extinct/38452/
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>>6629
Oh no, better get lori and let her know!
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I really really don't like this
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>>6629
noooooooooooooooo my banans

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1qYF-iSe4g

http://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2015/12/04/san-bernardino-inside-shooters-apartment-harry-houck.cnn

>This isn't a cover up.
>Trying to cover up the obvious.

It's quite obvious Obama is hiding the fact that ISIS was involved, but why?
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>>6619
wait so explain how this is a cover-up? Who's doing the covering-up, how are they doing it, and why?
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>>6619
ISIS is just an idea, like Anonymous. Anyone can buy a bunch of guns and ammo and say they are ISIS and have the media take them seriously.
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>>6686
You sure about that fam? So who was the ones in Paris, just curious.

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>The [Russian] spokesman advised the American side to have a look through the videos, which were also presented by the Russian Defense Ministry, showing “how the tanker trucks not only drive through checkpoints at the Turkish border, but pass through them without even stopping.”

>Russia’s claims were denied by both Ankara and Washington, with Colonel Steve Warren, a spokesman for the US-led coalition, calling Turkey “a great partner.”

https://www.rt.com/news/324872-russia-us-isis-oil-turkey/
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>Turks good boys dey dindu nuffin

How the US said this with a straight face is beyond me.
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>>6559
Lying is a normal thing to do in politics.
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So why protect Turkey? What have they done for us?

The video, which shows a group of white people handing out Coke drinks to Mexican locals, was criticized by activists for stereotyping indigenous people as "culturally and racially subordinate."

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/05/coca-cola-mexico-ad-indigenous-people?CMP=fb_us
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/racist-coca-cola-christmas-advert-6947750?ICID=FB_mirror_main
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Yeah, but they normally are?
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>theguardian
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I think the issue that people had was with the casting rather than the ad; they asked for white actors and Mexican actors specifically. It would be different if it was some people giving out coke to some people, but to be fair this is rich American kids taking pity on some stereotypical Mexican peasants.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/youtube-sam-pepper-killing-best-friend_565dad77e4b079b2818ba83e

And yet tons of videos get taken down thanks to BS copyright claims.

Thoughts? I'm pretty conflicted on this. On one hand, this is pretty fucked up. Even if no one was physically hurt, this shit could scar a person for life. On the other hand, free speech is free speech.
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honey it's fake
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It seems like a ginned up clickbait outrage story tbh.
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shitty idea doing that to someone but I get why they won't take it down

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-35023249

https://archive.is/02XVg

>Iraq has threatened to go to the UN if Turkey does not withdraw soldiers it sent to areas near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul within 48 hours.
>Baghdad said the deployment was done without consultation and was a violation of national sovereignty.
>Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu defended the move as routine troop rotation at a pre-established camp.
>Mosul...
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>>6734
>Why aren't they co-operating? Wouldn't it actually benefit Iraq if Turkey was helping them with the recapture of Mosul?
The Shiites seem to want Iraq and Syria to devolve into Stans and fear what a coherent and united Sunni-stan would mean for Assad and Iran. To that end they're inclined to want ISIS to stay strong, active internationally, and contained regionally. Iraq's PM is an idiot, it wouldn't have been his idea, but with oil rents as they are his man hole...
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>>6734
duplicate
>>6679
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>>6737
That would kinda match up with how they just keep delaying the recapture of Mosul, though at the same time it sounds insane that people really want to let ISIS to stay strong no matter the reason.

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>Turkey said on Sunday it would halt further transfers of troops to an area near the Islamic State-controlled Iraqi city of Mosul after Baghdad threatened to appeal to the United Nations to force Turkey to withdraw its soldiers.

>Turkey deployed hundreds of forces to a camp in the Bashiqa region of northern Iraq on Thursday, calling it a routine rotation to train Iraqis to retake Mosul from Islamic State, which captured Iraq's...
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>>6679
>implying the government of Iraq has any idea what's really going on in their country
>implying the government of Iraq isn't a puppet-state of Iran at this point
>implying the government of Iraq could do anything about it on their own if the UN doesn't care

http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/google-patents-device-can-draw-blood-without-needle-worn-wrist/
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>>6674
inb4 this is incorporated into those wearable watchphones.
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>>6674
Might be awesome for diabetics instead of having to carry the needle, the spring loaded thing and the meter, you got an all in one device there. Maybe they can also do it for coumadin patients too instead of having a blood test every month they get a meter that tells them their PTT?
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>>6719
You would still have to empty/clean it out since it physically takes your blood. So unless that problem is solved it will probably be limited to some specialist medical wearable equipment.

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http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/18009#.VmSEKYROtF8
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What a bunch of propaganda.
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I dunno, sounds about right in some places...
"The real truth about the Arab world has become obvious over the last few years. The modern Arab state is a dismal failure that did not succeed in convincing its own citizens that it is a better choice than clinging to traditional tribal loyalties and ethnic groups (Arabs, Kurds, etc.), religious groups (Muslim, Christian, Alawite, Druze, etc.) and warring groups within the same religion (Shiite, Sunni, etc.)."

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