Yeah and The moon landings are fakes The earth is flat Guns fly around by themselves without any human intervention and kill people Vaccines kill millions more people who receive them than they save As predicted by Al Gore coastal states and regions all over the world are 20 feet underwater Democrats were never the party of slavery, segregation, and the KKK
Nice to have all climate change is man made to add to the list
Well nobody here's likely going to be able to read it, but a rule of thumb when assessing whether news is true or not is whether or not you can find corroborating stories from other outlets, especially ones from opposing countries, ideologies etc...
>>6133 I had thought I read somewhere earlier this year that the Norks had put off weapons testing in favor of satellite and missile test launches. I wonder what caused their policy reversal beyond it just being Dear Leader's whim.
>The Hawaii Board of Land and Natural Resources had issued a building permit for the Thirty Meter Telescope, but had not held a hearing on the issue that would have allowed Hawaiians to contest it, the court ruled. As a result, the Board will have to have a contested case hearing in order to re-issue the permit, and expect Hawaiians to show up in force — they are not happy about a proposal to build a huge telescope on the top of Mauna Kea, which is the highest... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Nuclear sharing is a concept in NATO's policy of nuclear deterrence, which involves member countries without nuclear weapons of their own in the planning for the use of nuclear weapons by NATO, and in particular provides for the armed forces of these countries to be involved in delivering these weapons in the event of their use. As part of nuclear sharing, the participating countries carry out consultations and take common decisions on nuclear weapons policy, maintain technical equipment required for the use... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/12/04/russia-s-isis-money-men-exposed.html >The Turkish president asserted Haswani had dual Syrian and Russian citizenship and was buying oil from ISIS and selling it to the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as well as to international traders. Erdogan said Turkey had evidence to back up the claim of Haswani’s dealing between the government and ISIS, which officially are sworn enemies.
>>6323 It's been a bad week for Russia. OPEC decided to keep up production, NATO expanded, the strike by truckers is expanding, and now there's this combined with the US introduce measures to go after IS financiers through the UNSC.
While ISIS members often refer to them as wholesome warriors acting in Allah's name, Anonymous is now trying to expose them as the joke they are, urging users to release Photoshopped images, memes, and jokes with ISIS warriors as the main characters.
PS: If you wish to participate in this event here's what you can do: >post photoshopped pics of ISIS like the one that accompanies this post on social media such as Instagram, Twitter, or... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>6520 Well it may be possible to tell race and how fat/thin its owner is/was just looking at it, maybe how short/tall, and cross-reference if someone maybe matching those estimates has been missing lately.
Genetics could pinpoint ethnicity/gender as well as serve as a reference to match up to if other parts are found.
>>6159 It depends on the country getting the aid. There are countries where it makes perfect sense to pay off the locals. For instance, I'm glad the US bribes countries like Mongolia and Djibouti and Uzbekistan, they're strategic. However I'm not glad the US is giving billions to countries like Israel and Egypt, much less the part about still funding most of the UN.
The FBI has made confirmation that Tashfeen Malik had pledged allegiance to the state of ISIS by electronic evidence collected at the home of the possible terrorists, they also discovered a small bomb making facility at there home.
>>6146 Better than average chance this situation won't lead to any sane change in policy, but will instead cause officials to increase surveillance and security checks on everybody, even Mormons and Jews.
It'll just add to the already ever-escalating atmosphere of suspicion and distrust in our society, more inter-group conflict. A very pleasing outcome for ISIS.
"Samantha Hess and Becky Rodrigues are paid to hug people. Cuddlers for hire, they will hold clients close, in a platonic manner, for $60 to $80 an hour. If being held by a stranger doesn’t sound appealing, there are also platonic friends for rent. They will be happy to meet for dinner, go shopping, or just take a walk, for a fee. There are supposedly 526,873 such people available to choose from on the website RentAFriend. The average rate is $23 per hour. ...
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>>6088 On a side and totally unrelated note, entirely for research purposes of course, is there a market for gay snugglers? I mean this is entirely out of curiousity and I would never consider selling myself, but is there?
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