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Reader Board owner 04/30/2018 (Mon) 23:01:51 Id: 3aeba1 [Preview] No. 8261 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 11:33:57 Id: 24b1f3 [Preview] No.11084 del
>>11080
>The Rothschild thread is 404ing again. Feel free to keep posting it until it takes.

Will do.

>>11081
What are you talking about? I don't have an agenda, I just post whats going on in the world, whether it pleases others or not. If that looks "pro-Russian" or "pro-Trump" to you, then you clearly have been too brainwashed to handle what is really going on in the world. That's OK though, you have your opinions and can express them (just don't spam the boards though, thats when you'll get banned).


Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 12:33:44 Id: 24b1f3 [Preview] No.11087 del
>>11083
Hopefully the BO will get rid of the thread thats 404'd. I just posted it (for the third time now) successfully.

Meanwhile expect a couple of days without much news being posted (as I seem to be the main poster here), I'll be busy this weekend.


Reader Board owner 07/19/2018 (Thu) 17:13:32 Id: e64f1b [Preview] No.11092 del
>>11083
The 404 bug. Happens sometimes when anons post a thread, or randomly when a mod edits a post. You can pull up >>11085 as it finally posted without 404ing.
>>11084
He already spammed and would have been banned, but the D&C troll knows we can't ban Tor. From what he's said before, the tranny posting faggot thinks we can disable Tor. That's not the case, or I would have already.
>>11087
That's fine. I won't start threads myself, as I said before, I avoid doing that to keep from controlling the narrative. There's no "agenda" here despite what the retard who doesn't believe his own disparaging tactics says.


Reader 07/21/2018 (Sat) 06:42:54 Id: 04cd8d [Preview] No.11119 del
>>11092
>can't ban tor
thanks for the heads up retard
But I can ban you, dumb shit


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8ch /monster/ GET Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 15:30:48 Id: 829410 [Preview] No. 11111 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Often labelled "bare branches" and "leftover women", Chinese bachelors and bachelorettes face immense societal pressure to get married and have children, partly because parents play an central role in their children's spouse selection.

But in some parts of China, some parents are even going as far as to perform "ghost marriages" — that is, a marriage for two deceased people to live in the netherworld together, according to the 3,000-year-old belief.

ABC journalist Bang Xiao, who is from China's central Henan province, has had first-hand experience with such an arrangement.
In 2009, one year after his friend Li Chaolong died of leukaemia in a local hospital in China's central Henan province, his mother finally found him a bride — Li Xiuying, from the same village, who was hours away from dying of kidney failure, according to Mr Xiao.

The bride passed away shortly after, he says, and the two families hugged and wept in the funeral, grieving but celebrating.
The day after, a funeral-turned-wedding was held and the couple — who both passed away at young age and had never met each other while alive — were buried together at Li's family grave.

"The marriage was incredibly significant for the family, as in the first year after Li died, the elders of his family forbade his mother to bury him in the family grave because he died as a bachelor."

It would be seen as bringing bad luck to his grandmother, who was still alive at the time, if Li had been allowed into the family grave.

"It was really infuriating, and heartbreaking," he added.

But as the tradition goes, passing away without continuing the family line, made Li unworthy to rest alongside his ancestors.

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>>11111
>2 months ago
This isn't current events.


Reader 07/21/2018 (Sat) 06:49:44 Id: 33d5c4 [Preview] No.11120 del
good GET monster
board mods will almost certainly delete it tho, unless theyve removed the collective stick from their ass


Reader Board owner 07/21/2018 (Sat) 07:24:39 Id: 7c65df [Preview] No.11121 del
>>11120
Do you see the thread deleted? No? Then shut up.



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helo budys Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 22:46:55 Id: 493ef5 [Preview] No. 11096 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://www.forbes.com/sites/tristanlavalette/2018/07/19/the-time-is-right-for-india-to-dominate-cricket/#233a8b7b22ce

The Time Is Right For India To Dominate Cricket

For all of mighty India’s ironclad grip over cricket, there is one inescapable reality. Truth be told, India have never truly dominated on the field.

Along with traditional powerhouses England and Australia, India rounds out the so-called ‘big-three’ nations in the sport but, undoubtedly, are far more affluent than their fellow cricket titans. Simply put, India have a stranglehold over cricket.

Boasting the world’s second biggest population, India’s most popular sport is clearly cricket – unlike in England and Australia where the respective football codes dominate those landscapes. Through the overwhelming success of the gold mine being the Indian Premier League, made notable last year with a staggering broadcast deal worth $2.55 billion over five years when Rupert Murdoch’s Star India bought the rights, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is akin to a cash register.

To underline the governing body’s wealth, the BCCI is expected to earn $405 million in the new ICC cycle until 2023 – overwhelming next best the England and Wales Cricket Board with $139 million.

However, India’s wealth off-field hasn’t quite translated to on-field success. Sure, they are the most consistent team across formats – ranked No.1 in Tests and No.2 in ODIs and T20s – but it feels like India should be dominating the sport akin to the U.S. in basketball or New Zealand in rugby union.


Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 22:49:10 Id: 493ef5 [Preview] No.11097 del
*Dominate Criket


wtf is happening Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 00:53:45 Id: 08b1ee [Preview] No.11101 del
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Effort put into the thread. Source is current. /sp/orts didn't shitpost for once.


Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 01:27:44 Id: 493ef5 [Preview] No.11102 del
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>>11101
yu lik crike?


Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 02:28:06 Id: ea4980 [Preview] No.11103 del
they must have grown tired of dominating the fine sport of shitting in streets i guess


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>>11103
i like criket
u like criket budy?



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Michael Cohen Secretly Recorded Sex Hush Money Talks With Trump Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 19:23:28 [Preview] No. 11116 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Two months before the election, Michael Cohen secretly recorded conversations with Donald Trump about a $150,000 payment to Karen McDougal to attempt to prevent embarrassing news about an extramarital affair between Trump and McDougal from coming out prior to the election. The affair, which lasted about 9 months, took place following Melania Trump's giving birth to Barron, Trump's youngest son.

The tapes were seized during a warranted Manhattan-based FBI raid, which was not part of the Mueller investigation into Russian election tampering and possible collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign, but was seeking financial information on the payment as part of an investigation into Michael Cohen's business dealings and campaign activities. Trump has previously denied having affairs with Karen McDougal or Stephanie Cliffords.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/20/us/politics/michael-cohen-trump-tape.html


Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 21:00:26 Id: 751a76 [Preview] No.11117 del
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>Mr. Cohen used to say he would take a bullet for Mr. Trump
>Mr. Cohen has publicly and privately discussed the idea of cooperating with the F.B.I.
Soon. Seriously, surround yourself by Cohen's type, expect to be stabbed in the back.



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Trump And Putin Meet In Finland, Discuss Challenges Around The Globe Reader 07/16/2018 (Mon) 15:42:00 Id: 1936a8 [Preview] No. 11023 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Donald Trump has described historic talks with Vladimir Putin today as 'a very good start' and 'deeply productive' as the pair looked to rebuild ties between the US and Russia.

The US President said he hoped for an 'extraordinary relationship' with Moscow before leaning across to shake hands with the Russian leader as the pair sat side-by-side ahead of their summit at the Finnish Presidential Palace in Helsinki.

In his opening remarks, Trump praised Russia's hosting of the World Cup, but admitted the two countries have not been getting along for the past two years.

A sombre-looking Putin, who struck a casual pose during Trump's remarks and slouched in his chair with his legs wide and eyes low, added: 'The time has come to talk in a substantive way.'

Trump, who was seen shooting a wink at his counterpart, looked determinedly at the Russian President as the pair shook hands while Putin seemed to be clinging to his chair for support.

After Trump concluded his remarks, American reporters shouted several questions about whether he would bring up election meddling during his discussions with Putin. Trump did not respond while Putin appeared to smirk.

After more than two hours of one-on-one discussions with only translators present, Trump called the meeting 'a good start, a very good start for everybody'. He admitted that the relationship between the two countries 'has never been worse' - before adding 'but that changed as of about four hours ago'.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, meanwhile, called the talks 'very successful'. He said the Cold War was over and that the US and Russia needed to solve problems together adding that Moscow was ready for intelligence cooperation with America on terrorism and cyber threats.

In his opening remarks, Trump said: 'Most importantly we have a lot of good things to talk about ... we have discussions on everything from trade to military, to missiles, to nuclear, to China, we'll be talking a little bit about China – our mutual friend President Xi.

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Reader 07/18/2018 (Wed) 17:41:17 Id: 073d7b [Preview] No.11061 del
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>>11060
Putin's keeping Syria from attacking Israel. That's his motive because he's a jew. If you want to talk about who rants on "Nazis and gas chambers", there's this.


Reader 07/18/2018 (Wed) 18:00:52 Id: 2b6a46 [Preview] No.11062 del
>>11061
>Putin's keeping Syria from attacking Israel.
I don't think Assad ever intended on attacking Israel, besides Assad could not stand a chance in a war against Israel if his own country was being destabilized with Mossad/CIA funded "rebels" so even if that was Assad's plan Putin has prevented the weakening of Assad's government.

>If you want to talk about who rants on "Nazis and gas chambers", there's this.
True. But keep in mind this rhetoric is rampant across the entire planet, its considered the norm whether or not its false. Even those who have good intentions are known to repeat this lie, because that is what they were taught since the early days in school. It would be nice to see more common sense rebuking old fables but before that to happen, other dire matters and issues are a propriety to straighten out first.


Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 17:08:01 Id: 073d7b [Preview] No.11091 del
>>11062
https://www.thestate.com/news/nation-world/world/article214943740.html
>6:50 p.m.
>President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin say they are exploring ways to protect Israel from conflict raging near its border in Syria.
>The two leaders did not commit to any specific actions, but both said that ensuring Israel’s security was a priority.
I also heard on the radio this morning (I use as an alarm clock to wake up for work) Trump's own words saying the same thing, "we spoke about protecting Israel". To be honest, I believe Trump and Putin deserve the same treatment JFK received at the "end of his presidency".


Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 22:43:07 Id: 70408f [Preview] No.11094 del
lol can't even have a thread without someone mentioning nazis or jews
Thanks for stepping off Tor for a moment


Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 23:27:59 Id: 073d7b [Preview] No.11100 del
>>11094
There are plenty of threads on /news/ where no-one's mentioned National Socialism or jews. Get your eyes checked.



MURDER: Rothschild’s Ex-Wife Found Dead, Hanging from Doorknob at Home (Repost) Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 11:37:16 Id: dd067d [Preview] No. 11085 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The ex-wife of elite banker Nataniel Rothschild has been found dead at her home in Chelsea, London.

49-year-old Annabelle Neilson's body was discovered hanging from a doorknob in the bathroom of her $4.1 million mansion on Thursday, but news of her sudden and tragic death has only just been made public.

Police have yet to confirm the cause of her death, and haven't ruled out drug or alcohol use, but say they are "not treating it as suspicious."

Neilson was previously married to Nathaniel Rothschild - son of Lord Jacob Rothschild and heir to his family's fortune - for three years after a six-year relationship.

After divorcing Rothschild she was reportedly forced to sign a confidentiality agreement and rescind the dynastic name.

Since splitting with the banking heir, she was in an extremely close relationship with fashion designer Alexander McQueen who also died in eerily similar circumstances to Neilson.

McQueen's death was announced on the afternoon of 11 February 2010.

In the morning, his housekeeper found him hanging from a doorknob at his home in Green Street, London W1.

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Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 07:38:50 Id: 57da71 [Preview] No.11107 del
I wonder if hanging people from doorknobs is some kind of secret message the Rothschild ruin society with usurious banking cabal is trying to send. Other than "we kill who we want" because they're powerful KIKES.


Reader 07/20/2018 (Fri) 10:15:30 Id: c7a982 [Preview] No.11108 del
>>11107
Exodus/Shəmot/שְׁמוֹת 12


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>>11108
So Exodus 12 is about the Passover sacrifice. And the Rothschild family is sacrificing people. Try 2 Kings 17:16-20


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sounds good to me



Commiefornia Supreme Court Blocks Proposal To Split Up Commiefornia From November Ballot Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 12:20:57 Id: e89b80 [Preview] No. 11086 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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The California Supreme Court has shot down a measure that would have allowed Californians to vote on whether the state should be divided into three smaller states, dealing a serious setback to Venture Capitalist (and Elizabeth Holmes superfan) Tim Draper, who has insisted that the state is "ungovernable" in its current form and spearheaded a campaign to split it up.

The Court on Wednesday sided with an environmental group that had challenged the ballot measure, arguing that the reforms demanded by the ballot measure were "too sweeping" to be put directly to the people.

“Proposition 9 was a costly, flawed scheme that will waste billions of California taxpayer dollars, create chaos in public services including safeguarding our environment and literally eliminate the State of California – all to satisfy the whims of one billionaire. We are thankful for the opportunity to save Californians from having to vote on a billionaire’s folly,” Howard Penn, executive director of the Planning and Conservation League said in a statement, according to The Sacramento Bee.

State election officials said last month that Proposition 9 - also known as the Cal3 measure - had received enough signatures from supporters to qualify it for the ballot.

If successful, the proposal would have split California into Northern California, Southern California and California.

Draper's petition received more than the 365,880 signatures from registered voters that it needed to qualify for the ballot (that amounts to 5% of registered voters who cast votes for governor in the 2014 election).

The Planning and Conservation League, an environmental group, challenged the measure in court, arguing it posed a "revision" of the state constitution, as opposed to an amendment, and that such a revision would be too sweeping to allow it to end up on the ballot. However, the court left open the possibility that the ballot measure could be put to voters in the future by saying the "potential harm in permitting the measure to remain on the ballot outweighs" the harm of its delay.

Draper criticized the court and said the outcome is the work of a "corrupted" political system: "This is not the way democracies are supposed to work." Opponents of the measure, meanwhile, argue that it would be a costly waste of time and resources.

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Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 22:44:17 Id: e3927d [Preview] No.11095 del
where is bear's arms?



Putin Asked Trump For Permission To Interrogate Obama's Ambassador Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 12:36:54 Id: a01fec [Preview] No. 11088 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/11023

With The White House flip-flopping back and forth on what was actually said - and meant to be said - in Helsinki, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders dropped the latest tape-bomb to blow the establishment's mind during to today's press conference.

Sanders reported that President Trump is open to a proposal from Vladimir Putin to let Russian authorities question the former U.S. ambassador to Moscow, Michael McFaul.

While Trump reportedly made no commitments to Putin, the Russian president offered to allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller to observe interrogations of the 12 Russian intelligence agents indicted by a U.S. grand jury last week for hacking Democratic Party email accounts.

Trump called it an “interesting idea” and an “incredible offer” at the news conference.

Sanders left the press corps dangling by concluding that:

"The president will work with his team and we’ll let you know if there’s an announcement on that front."


Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 12:37:28 Id: a01fec [Preview] No.11089 del
>>11088
NEW: Sanders says there was "some conversation" between Trump, Putin about possibility of Russia questioning U.S. figures, including former Amb. McFaul, "but there wasn't a commitment made...the president will work with his team and we'll let you know if there's an announcement." pic.twitter.com/UnubKsNmrr

— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) July 18, 2018

As The Hill reports, Russia state-owned outlet RT reported that Russia wanted to question McFaul and the author of the so-called Steele dossier, Christopher Steele, among others in its investigation into American financier Bill Browder.

Browder is a prominent critic of Putin who lobbied on behalf of the Magnitsky Act, which imposed sanctions against Russia.

McFaul has denounced the possibility of his being questioned by Russian officials, and has called on Trump to condemn the proposal.

“Putin has been harassing me for a long time,” McFaul said on Twitter on Wednesday.

“That he now wants to arrest me, however, takes it to a new level. I expect my government to defend me and my colleagues in public and private.”

Update: It appears Michael McFaul is really getting nervous, tweeting like a teenager on meth tonight:

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FEMA Admits To Making Deadly Mistakes In Hurricane Maria Aftermath Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 02:50:39 Id: 884a96 [Preview] No. 11077 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Be Prepared! Don't Rely On Corrupt Governments: >>>/endtimes/7 | https://archive.fo/DvnSV

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has admitted they made deadly mistakes in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. FEMA admits that they were not prepared at all to handle the situation in Puerto Rico, and people likely lost their lives relying on the government agency.

FEMA’s after-action report details how the agency’s warehouse on the island of Puerto Rico was nearly empty due to relief efforts from Hurricane Irma when Maria made landfall last September. There were no cots or tarps and little food and water available to those who needed it, according to an article by EcoWatch. FEMA’s own report is described as a follow-up to the 2017 hurricane season.

Following the 2017 hurricane season, FEMA conducted an after-action review of the agency’s preparations for, immediate response to, and initial recovery operations for hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. The 2017 Hurricane Season FEMA After-Action Report captures transformative insights from a historic hurricane season that will help the Agency, the emergency management community, and the nation chart the path into the future. –FEMA’s After Action Report

If you’ve ever needed a reason to have some extra food and water stored just in case, maybe this is it. FEMA has proven time and time again that they simply cannot provide for most people, and those who rely on the government agency may suffer much more than those who prepare on their own for a SHTF scenario.

The FEMA report also finds that the agency was “severely understaffed” and relied on “underqualified” staffers, and that leadership lacked key information on the island’s infrastructure both before and after the storm.

The report advises that communities and families in remote areas must prepare independently of the agency for future weather disasters because FEMA is unreliable and inadequate at dealing with much of anything, let alone a disaster situation. And let’s not forget that the United States government is in a massive amount of debt, so FEMA, like all government programs and agencies, will eventually run out of money.

Many government officials seem to forget about the financial end of emergencies. They can’t seem to wrap their brains around the fact that while they have 200 million dollars a day, most folks do not. This is why financial preparedness is of such massive importance. If you had to live away from home without access to a kitchen, the expenses would rack up pretty quickly. As well, think about how thinly those millions are spread. And FEMA is going to eventually run out of money. –The Organic Prepper

The New York Times editorial board described FEMA’s response as “tragically inadequate” and warned that the agency must do better, while FEMA themselves have admitted they are incapable of doing so. That’s why they have suggested Americas prepare on their own and take their survival into their own hands. “Those closest to the impacted areas are the true first responders during any emergency disaster,” wrote the FEMA administrator in the report.

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Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 02:56:05 Id: 884a96 [Preview] No.11079 del
One preparedness tip would not to live near or along coastlines. Hurricanes can easily destroy everything you worked hard for. As well as major cities which are death traps. Consider more rural areas (in conservative states where there is a lot of land and many small towns nearby (research demographics, crime rates, taxes and local laws before you move). Some places are better and safer than others.



Liberal Millennial Woman Gets Raped By Muslim Migrants, Kills Herself After Court Let Rapists Go Free Reader 07/19/2018 (Thu) 02:38:36 Id: 521a7d [Preview] No. 11076 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
She wanted third world scum? She got it!

Translated:

On her 30th birthday she got knowledge of the fact that her rapist was set free by a judge because there wasn't enough proof of the rape.

She was raped in her own flat by two Syrians. One watched the door, the other raped her. They lived in her neighborhood. When they were arrested they denied evertyhing but got caught up in contradictions.

The police didn't search for traces of DNA.

When she was checked in Hospital the doctors found bruises. When she was raped she wore a tampon which could only be removed with difficulty because it was pushed so far up.

She wrote on Facebook: "Rape victims! Everyone who doesn't want to hear that, should better not read that. The man who raped me got a chance n Sweden. It all happened in my own flat and the medical examinations gave enough evidence Police told me he will walk free because the evidence is not enough. His friend chases and harasses me since then. Police does nothing."

The 30-year-old Swedish Angelica Wiktor from Vittaryd committed suicide in March this year. She was raped in her apartment in the summer of 2016 by a Syrian refugee who lived in her neighborhood.

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