Ukrainian Goverment issued warnings that wearing red flags, medals or any other signs of VictoryAnonymous2016-05-08 20:02:17 Post No. 43411
Ukrainian President met veterans of private neonazi organization UPA from West Ukraine and Veterans of neonazi regiment Asov. The police was ordered to control trafic and neonazi organization and right wing-ultras staying under goverment control declared to make patrols as an anti-terrorism operation, where they informed that they will to stop and frisk everyone for symbols of WW2 victory, red flags, medals and other signs of "communism". to get to the celebration areas people will have to go trough massive police and military posts, machine gun armed patrols and security... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Oh stop buying into the "neo nazi" putin bot propaganda. The president met with all veterans, thanked all remaining men. Odessa has jews, catholics, christians, current soldiers, veterans placing flowers and saying prayers over the "unnamed WWII soldier" monument. Kiev will be having parades in remembrance over the lives lost and sacrificed to protect the homeland.
And the outlawing of communist markings and insignia should be alright with anyone except the brainwashed Russians themselves.
Ya fuckin shill mate. And your source smells of St.Petersburg bot factories.
Out of all the countries that occupied Ukraine, Poland (not to mention stabbing it in the back) or other regions, USSR was by far the worst. Moscow is having parades and flaunting their dicks like they won the war, but in reality by the time the Germans reached east Ukraine, the Russians were starving and if it wasn't for the Allied support from the West, Germany would have won. Most EU countries are celebrating a victory over... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>43166 Portably to push an agenda, but who in the fuck in Canada would work those jobs? Lord knows I would for the right pay and cheap housing, and it would be a great way to inform the public of natural things and provide jobs. But Canada should burn anyway.
A trembling veteran stood before a judge, ready to turn himself in to serve a night in jail for lying to the court. What that judge did for him that night will remain with that vet the rest of his life.
Judge Lou Olivera presides over the Veterans Treatment Court in Cumberland County, N.C. The Veterans Treatment Court program assigns judges, typically vets themselves, to oversee treatment of veterans caught up in the criminal justice system. The program combines strict treatment with personal accountability, something most veterans understand and respond to.
The goal is to end the merry-go-round of substance abuse, mental health problems and criminal activity.
One veteran whom Olivera’s seen a lot of since the Cumberland County program began is Joe Serna. Serna, a medically retired Special Forces Green Beret, has had a rough time of it since his 2008 return from his fourth tour in Afghanistan. Serna suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after nearly drowning in a submerged truck. The only survivor of that incident, Serna is now understandably afraid of small, tight spaces.
A series of problems sent Serna off-track in his post-military life. After an arrest for drunk driving, one of the conditions of his probation was to avoid alcohol. Serna reported for urinalysis to Judge Olivera’s Veterans Treatment Court every two weeks. Recently, he lied about a urinalysis result, but then came clean to the court.
“I gave Joe a night in jail because he had to be held accountable,” Olivera told CBS News. Olivera came to realize, however, that he couldn’t send Serna there alone.
Serna showed up trembling, fearful due to his PTSD, but ready to do his sentence. Olivera personally drove him to the jail. He decided along the way to do something he’d never done before. He would stay with Serna inside that cell all night.
“I knew what Joe was going through and I knew Joe’s history,” Olivera told CBS News. “And he had to be held accountable — but I just felt I had to go with him. I felt I had to go with him.” Serna, surprised and grateful, spent much of that night talking to the judge.
“We talked about our families,” Serna told CBS News. “The walls didn’t exist anymore. He brought me back to North Carolina from being in a truck in Afghanistan.” Even the sleeping arrangements demonstrated Olivera’s kind understanding.
“He gave me the bunk,” Serna told the Fayetteville Observer. “The judge took two of the mats and slept on the floor.”
Let’s face it — Judge Olivera is a rock star. He went above and beyond to help a fellow veteran. In that situation, he understood two absolutes. It was unquestionably necessary that Serna be held accountable for his lie to the court. It was also unquestionably necessary that someone help Serna get through that terrible, difficult night inside a cage.
Olivera took personal responsibility for Serna’s well-being. He kept Serna talking. He gave him the comfy bed. In all ways, he treated Serna with kindness and respect, to get him to the finish line and back into successful treatment. Our hats are off to you, Judge Olivera, for your intelligence, your compassion and your service to our country.
We don’t do nearly enough for our troubled vets. This judge knew that. He went the extra mile to be sure the vet he had to incarcerate made it back out with his head screwed on straight. If more people took responsibility for their fellow humans in the way Judge Olivera did, the world would be a happier, healthier place for us all.
Delray Beach, Florida residents or anyone who can please help! My good friend Jordan Parsons was killed in a hit and run. Please help me in anyway you can to help me and his family identify the person responsible for leaving my friend to die. Any information is important and will help no matter how little. http://cbs12.com/news/local/range-rover-sought-in-mma-fighters-death-caught-on-camera
>>42976 They made a display of support for a hate movement.
I'm not one for exploding when someone does something I don't like, I'm not a liberal, but for that particular career this is dangerous purely because can any non-black squadmate really rely on them in the heat of battle?
>Norbert Hofer of the Freedom party came a clear first with 36% of the vote in the first round of elections for the largely, but not entirely, ceremonial post of head of state.
>The result means that for the first time since 1945, Austria will not have a president backed by either Chancellor Werner Faymann’s Social Democrats or their centre-right coalition partners, the People’s party.
The cities that actually have immigrants voted green, while the far right got voted by people that live on cities without any immigrants. People with education voted green, while uneducated workers that can barely read voted right.
Trump's brown shorts militia is threatening artists who dare to criticize him. Let's fill his dumpster fire with the shit he deserves. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-hitler-pegasus-street-art_us_572c6ac7e4b016f378955696
>>42978 Some interesting comments after the article: "Trump supporters can't have it both ways: they want to embrace Trump's platform of hatred and xenophobia, but then don't want him to be compared to one of the biggest, hate-filled xenophobes the world has ever seen."
"For eight years Presdent Obama has been refered to as Hitler by the republicans. Now someone calls Trump, a person that ACTUALLY dispays the same traits as Hitler, get called that and people loose their minds"
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The passwords and email addresses, which include some from Gmail, Yahoo and Russia’s mail.ru service, aren’t necessarily the keys to millions of email accounts. Rather, they had been taken from various smaller, less secure websites where people use their email addresses along with a password to log in.
People who use a different password for both their email account and, say, Target.com, won’t be affected. But those who tend to use the same password for multiple... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>42785 This. These breakins happen daily if not multiple times daily. Mobile authentication, especially through separate applications is an easy way to collect additional information on the enduser, as well as advertise to them more effectively. Some authentification services (google's authenticator is pretty okay, though not great, it's infinitely better than the tons and tons of dedicated authenticator apps that have access to everything on your phone like the steam authenticator, for example).
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Among the expansive field of Republican presidential candidates on display at Thursday's debate, Donald Trump may be the closest connection to the Jewish people.
Trump's New York, works in saturated professions with the Jews and has long been a vocal supporter of Israel. His daughter and two grandchildren are Jewish, executive vice president of your organization is Jewish - and Trump certainly has chutzpah.
>>42660 This. Besides which, we already knew he'd be recouping the "loans" to his campaign using RNC cash if he clinched the nomination beforehand, so this is no surprise to anyone who's been paying attention.
>CO2 effects increase global CWP (crop water productivity) by 10%–27% by the 2080s depending on crop types, with particularly large increases in arid regions (by up to 48% for rainfed wheat). http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nclimate2995.html
>Factorial simulations with multiple global ecosystem models suggest that CO2 fertilization effects explain 70% of the observed greening trend http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nclimate3004.html
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>>41535 Nature doesn't have to "admit" anything. There was no hard evidence before. Now, there is. There's never been some conspiracy hiding this phenomenon either. It's an idea taught in most environmental engineering classes and has been suspected (not quite proven) for decades.
However, the environmental and therefore economic and social impacts of rising CO2 levels can't be ignored, just because it makes plants grow better.
>MIAMI (AP) — On a recent Saturday morning in South Florida, 50-year-old Edgar Ospina stood in a long line of immigrants to take the first step to become an American.
>Ospina has spent almost half his life in the U.S. after emigrating from his native Colombia, becoming eligible for citizenship in 1990. But with Donald Trump becoming a more likely presidential nominee by the day, Ospina decided to wait... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>That rhetoric, immigrant advocates and lawmakers say, is driving many foreign-born residents to seek citizenship.
>"There is fear of a Trump presidency," said Maria Ponce of iAmerica Action, a Washington-based immigrant rights group that is teaming up with other organizations to help those seeking citizenship — part of a national campaign called "Stand Up To Hate." They've sponsored naturalization workshops from Washington state to Nebraska and Massachusetts.
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