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Posted in: Chinese rocket segment disintegrates over Indian Ocean See in context

Look at that picture, that's a really clean burn.

Their technology is getting advanced.

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Posted in: U.S. states scale back vaccine orders as interest in shots wanes See in context

School systems and Universities need to be clear that vaccination will be mandatory to attend any school functions beginning July 1 for any child over 12

Narrative on Monday: No child left behind

Narrative on Tuesday: Let's ban 40% of US kids (many of them underprivileged BIPOC) from school and have them grow up without an education.

Got it.

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Posted in: Israel police clash with Palestinians in Jerusalem See in context

Their parents allowed Jordan to attack Israel flying over the land, so Israel took it.

How many generations of enslavement and imprisonment do you deem as just punish?

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Posted in: U.S. states scale back vaccine orders as interest in shots wanes See in context

The largest group of anti-vaxxers are Republican white males.

Facts

Republican men: 49%.

Those are percentages, not absolute numbers.

The highest percentage of unvaccinated are the Amish, at 100%.

That doesn't mean that most unvaccinated are Amish.

Millions and millions of Blacks have refused the vaccine.

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Posted in: Israel police clash with Palestinians in Jerusalem See in context

after being pelted with water bottles.

Water bottles versus machine gun armed troops is not a "clash"

The Palestinians are effectively living in a prison.

What is their crime other than being born on that land?

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Posted in: U.S. states scale back vaccine orders as interest in shots wanes See in context

Black people have the highest rates of vaccine refusal because they have a long memory.

It's recorded history that Blacks were given shots and told "these are to protect you" but in fact the vaccine administrators were lying. The vaccine recipients were used as guinea pigs.

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Posted in: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4 See in context

You realize just about everything you ingest is a chemical right? Care for some dihydrogen monoxide?

Ingest is through the mouth, where it gets processed and ejected out the other end as nature intended.

Inject is via a needle past the skin, something nature never intended to happen.

I will follow nature's path.

And btw, I avoid chemical food like soymeat whenever possible and stick to natural food like fruit, meat and vegetables.

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Posted in: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of American adults by July 4 See in context

This week, Iowa turned down nearly three quarters of the vaccine doses available to the state for next week from the federal government because demand for the shots remains weak. Louisiana, meanwhile, hasn’t drawn down its full vaccine allocation from the federal government for the last few weeks.

Hats off to the fine people of Iowa and Louisiana that are careful and prudent when it comes to injecting chemicals into their bodies.

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Posted in: Hands off my hijab! Young Muslim women protest proposed French ban See in context

Its the girls who want the face covering.

Kipling,

I know, and I support them in their right to wear one.

Sorry but I think you misinterpreted my post, please read it again.

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Posted in: Golden Globes group floats changes to address diversity, ethics complaints See in context

Nobody should be denied an opportunity or position based solely on their skin color.

It's wrong to tell someone, yes your qualified and skilled for this position but we can't hire you because you are black, white, brown or Asian.

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Posted in: Lockdown rebel wins Madrid regional election See in context

Hundreds of flag-waving supporters gathered outside the People's Party (PP) headquarters, chanting "Freedom! Freedom!"

People are standing up to tyranny.

Awesome, I support these citizens and their fight for freedom 100%.

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Posted in: Hands off my hijab! Young Muslim women protest proposed French ban See in context

Nobody should be forced to wear a face covering.

Nobody should be forced not to wear a face covering.

It's extremely extremely simple.

Don't force these girls to do things they don't want to do.

Their body, their choice.

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Posted in: Can therapy ease the trauma of U.S. racist attacks and systemic racism? See in context

uh, okay. Not sure if you’re serious

The fact that you're not sure whether or not I was serious worries me even more.

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Posted in: U.S., Britain tell China and Russia: The West is not over yet See in context

The West is not over yet

The use of the word "yet" implies they know that eventually the West will lose.

With "liberal" values the West no longer has stable families and everybody is just me me me me.

Cultures with stable family structures will outlast the liberal West.

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Posted in: Japanese journalist indicted in Myanmar on 'fake news' charge See in context

But the "Judge" must of ruled it as "fake news"

Are you surprised that different people have different interpretations of what constitutes "fake news"

You didn't anticipate that each government could use the "fake news" "disinformation" standard it's own way.

You're honestly surprised by that?

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Posted in: Can therapy ease the trauma of U.S. racist attacks and systemic racism? See in context

Another long expose pointing to the fact that every American who is not a straight white Christian male is a victim of systematic hate.

Basically, if you're not wearing a Maga hat, you need 24 hour trauma counselling and support because of what Trump did.

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Posted in: Bill and Melinda Gates file for divorce after 27 years of marriage See in context

Bill's about to find out that alimony actually means "all the money."

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Posted in: Florida governor lifts all COVID restrictions See in context

"At this point, the people that haven't been vaccinated is certainly not because a lack of supply or a lack of availability," he added.

Lots of people ignoring Big Pharma's vaccine sales pitch.

I agree, trust nature, not Big Pharma.

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Posted in: U.S., Britain tell China and Russia: The West is not over yet See in context

Blinken said the United States would prefer more stable ties with Russia

Blinken is starting to blink.

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Posted in: Judge orders Kevin Spacey accuser to reveal his identity See in context

That's fair.

The right to face your accuser is fundamental to fair and just due process.

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Posted in: Japanese schoolgirl and karate teen subdue violent shoplifter See in context

He quickly caught up to the shoplifter, put him in a headlock, and delivered a series of knee strikes to subdue him until the police arrived and placed the shoplifter under arrest.

I thought it was illegal in Japan for citizens to use violence even in self defence.

I bet if the "hero" had been a foreigner he'd get charged with assault.

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Posted in: Japanese journalist indicted in Myanmar on 'fake news' charge See in context

People wanted "spreading disinformation" to be a crime.

Careful what you wish for.

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Posted in: BAFTA suspends UK actor Clarke after groping and harassment allegations See in context

Never blame the victims...

... of unproven allegations until they're found guilty in court of law after due process.

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Posted in: Proud Boys Canada dissolves itself; says it was never a 'white supremacy' group See in context

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said in February that the domestic intelligence forces

Free and democratic societies are not supposed to have "domestic intelligence forces" aka Secret Police.

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Posted in: Clothes in Japan help emit 95 mil tons of CO2 a year, mostly overseas See in context

The ice is melting because you're trying to stay warm with that fleece sweater.

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Posted in: BAFTA suspends UK actor Clarke after groping and harassment allegations See in context

The Guardian said it had spoken to 20 women who accused Clarke of sexual harassment, unwanted touching or groping, sexually inappropriate behavior and comments on set

When are people going to get it.

The workplace is not a place for finding a romantic partner.

Flirting at the office will eventually get you in trouble, no matter how Alpha you think you are.

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Posted in: Myanmar residents urge Japan to recognize anti-junta body as gov't See in context

an organization set up

Who set up this organization that claims to represent the people.

Where does their funding come from?

Who do they answer to?

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Posted in: Belgium police, partiers clash over virus restrictions See in context

It was not an "illegal party", it was a demonstration for basic human rights.

Labelling every protestor as a "thug" or "hooligan" is a standard tactic totalitarian regimes use to smear any dissent.

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Posted in: 9 arrested in London protests against greater police powers See in context

"I am really scared by the fact that they want to make protesting an arrestable offense," 30-year-old therapist Jade Rea said.

The tinfoil hat crowd warned about this, and now it's here.

Total police state.

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Posted in: India's daily COVID-19 cases pass 400,000 as second wave worsens See in context

A few months ago, India was touted as a vaccine superpower, with over 100 million vaccinate, more than the entire population of Germany.

Now India is facing a massive outbreak in those same areas.

Prior to India's vaccine program rollout, Covid was relatively quiet in that country.

This needs a thorough investigation.

Are the vaccines interacting with antibodies people already had in their system?

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