>China is being blamed for a major cyber attack on the computers at the Bureau of Meteorology, which has compromised sensitive systems across the Federal Government. Multiple official sources have confirmed the recent attack and the ABC has been told it will cost millions of dollars to plug the security breach, as other agencies have also been affected.
>The bureau owns one of Australia's largest supercomputers... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>4330 "transgender woman". Anyway it takes a blind and deaf man to not realize you are talking to a trap, if he got that far he should have just left or fucked the inverted penis instead of murdering a degenerate and ruining his life.
>Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan say they will give away 99% of their shares in the company to good causes as they announce the birth of their daughter Max. >He said they are donating their fortune to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative because they want to make the world a better place for Max to grow up in. >Mr Zuckerberg said the donation currently amounts to $45bn (£30bn).
Is... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Nigerians are always ready to mete out jungle justice to the men of the underworld who want to live like kings in the jungle. According to reports, these armed robbers were caught over the weekend at Olowotedo Mowe along Lagos Ibadan express way Ogun state, Nigeria. They were mercilessly beaten by the angry mob before being handed over to the police after being stripped naked and beaten to pulp.
The French haven't much changed their attitude RE: immigration since the Paris attacks. This is in contrast to other European countries, such as Poland or the UK, where you saw noticeable changes in policy or public opinion.
In September, immigration of political refugees stood at net +6 favourability in France, now it is at -3. 40% of Frenchmen still say they should be allowed, versus just 20% in the UK.
It is still unclear whether the fingerprints found on the Stade de France assailant match those of a refugee logged in Greece in October.
>>4666 Environmental migrants, economic migrants, political refugees and so on are all the same. Most are the two former looking for welfare from European and western civilizations. Some disguise the terms as >looking for a better life
>>4827 >>>/pol/ The overwhelming majority of people moving to Europe are non-western males from the age of 17-35(fighting age men). They go to countries like Greece first, get registered, then throw out their papers and try to get to Germany or Sweden where they get massive benifits. In Hungary they refuse food and water because it has the red cross on it.
They don't have a "right" to be here because they are not origin to those countries, much less the EU.
>The campaign, "Virtual racism, real consequences," is using the location tag from Facebook posts to find where the offenders live. The group is then buying billboard space in their neighborhoods, but blurring out the names and photos of the commenters.
What is the fucking point of this if you're not gonna show the name and picture?
Also, why is there a "non profit" group defending blacks in fucking Brazil? >The comment roughly translates to "I got home stinking of black people."... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>3970 >tfw will have no trouble fitting in the space shuttles that take our sides to mars and beyond >tfw landwhales will literally be denied based on the laws of physics >not that they would survive on the limited dietary options and strenuous activities required of colonizing martians
>>4009 Speaking of space, unless men can defy their biology it'll only be women going to Mars. Men need almost double the calories that women need, and still complained like a landwhale forced to eat a salad
>All of the bodies were badly decomposed and "partially skeletonized" -- two were found without heads -- and one boat contained six skulls, the coast guard said. The first boat was found in October, then a series of boats in late November."
>The group of officers requested they be granted anonymity, and shared hundreds of files from the Internal Affairs Division. They reveal a pattern of criminal behavior from within the highest levels of the Dothan Police Department and the district attorney’s office in the 20th Judicial District of Alabama. Multiple current and former officers have agreed to testify if... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>4584 But remember, BLM is just whining about a non-existent problem. Black people just commit more crimes, that's the only factor at play here.
>still can't post images to an imageboard Fine. Here's a link: https://veuwer.com/i/3fd5.png
Shows some statistics on race in the justice system. Things like blacks receiving longer sentences for the same crimes, or being more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession despite similar levels of use. /pol/ can talk all... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director November 30, 2015
Cannabis use is associated with improved outcomes in opioid-dependent subjects undergoing outpatient treatment, according to data published online ahead of print in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
Researchers at Columbia University assessed the use of cannabinoids versus placebo in opioid-dependent subjects undergoing in-patient detoxification and outpatient treatment with naltrexone, an opiate receptor antagonist. Investigators reported that the administration of oral THC (dronabinol) during... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>4157 he findings replicate those of two prior studies, one from 2001 and another from 2009, reporting greater treatment adherence among subjects who consumed cannabis intermittently during outpatient therapy.
Population data from states where medicinal cannabis is permitted report lower rates of opioid-abuse and mortality as compared to those states where the plant is prohibited. Clinical data and case reports also indicate that the adjunctive use of cannabis may wean patients from opiates while successfully managing their... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>4039 >Russian Airstrikes in Syria Seem to Be Hurting Civilians More Than ISIS And can anybody be surprised about that?
Airstrikes always hurt civilians. They may hit strategic targets, but they will always produce collateral damage. With the IS, there are barely any strategic targets. The whole place is a shit-hole. You can't do war against that unless you decide to kill every single person in that area. War is done against real and organized nations. When you show a real leader... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The US is demanding that Turkey close a 60-mile stretch of its border with Syria which is the sole remaining crossing point for Isis militants, including some of those involved in the massacre in Paris and other terrorist plots.
>The complete closure of the 550-mile-long border would be a serious blow to Isis, which has brought tens of thousands of Islamist volunteers... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>3570 No, they don't get into the country until they're better. The OP and his link are confusing, but the article clarifies that refugees are actually not allowed entry into the country until they've beaten the disease.
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