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File: a8a98c0eb4204f4⋯.jpg (5.13 KB, 284x157, 284:157, index.jpg)

 No.527666[Reply]

ISP now stands for "invading subscriber privacy," Democratic senator says

The US Senate today voted to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would have required ISPs to get consumers' explicit consent before selling or sharing Web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other companies.

The rules were approved in October 2016 by the Federal Communications Commission's then-Democratic leadership, but are opposed by the FCC's new Republican majority and Republicans in Congress. The Senate today used its power under the Congressional Review Act to ensure that the FCC rulemaking "shall have no force or effect" and to prevent the FCC from issuing similar regulations in the future.

The House, also controlled by Republicans, would need to vote on the measure before the privacy rules are officially eliminated. President Trump could also preserve the privacy rules by issuing a veto. If the House and Trump agree with the Senate's action, ISPs won't have to seek customer approval before sharing their browsing histories and other private information with advertisers.

The Senate measure was introduced two weeks ago by Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and 23 Republican co-sponsors. Flake said at the time that he is trying to "protect consumers from overreaching Internet regulation."

"FLAKE" was payed alot of money by comcast

The Senate action "would allow Comcast, Verizon, Charter, AT&T, and other broadband providers to take control away from consumers and relentlessly collect and sell their sensitive information without the consent of that family," Markey said. That sensitive information includes health and financial information, and information about children, he said. ISPs want to "draw a map" of where families shop and go to school, and sell it to data brokers "or anyone else who wants to make a profit off you," Markey said.

"Your home broadband provider can know when you wake up each day—either by knowing the time each morning that you log on to the Internet to check the weather/news of the morningPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528713

Paging John Oliver. I see an opportunity to buy some interesting data on Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and 23 Republican co-sponsors.


 No.528714

The vote has little immediate impact: The measure would have to pass the House and be signed by President Donald Trump before it could become law. No timetable for House action has been set. In the meantime, the FCC rules that the measure would overturn aren't scheduled to go into effect until December.

contact yor senator

The NRA ae very proactive in stopping new anti-gun laws.

This bill has more potential to hurt freedom than anti-gun laws.

The average person doesn't understand that.

Don't let it happen


 No.528715

File: b86e2e618264f93⋯.jpg (8.78 KB, 165x201, 55:67, hng.jpg)

>>528633

Have you ever used a credit card to pay for food at the drive-thru?

I trust ISP's a little more, but I don't trust their security anymore than I trust the companies (and that company's people and security) that our internet service providers are selling our data to.

>>528605

It's criminal. Cue old people putting their family's personal information all over the fucking internet.

>>528577

We choose our representatives, don't we? I mean, it's 99% versus 1%. How are we still losing? And don't tell me it's the money as if it spends itself like guns fire themselves.


 No.528716

>>528714

This isn't an issue of left,right,or center

Unfortunately it's been all forms of governments job to know the people's business. Technology just made it easier.

Republicans,Demorcrats,etc…Your'e still gonna have your guns,but your gonna be codified,summarized,classified,condensed,classified…..etc.

This law is just another crack of that door opening


 No.528721

So I saw someone explain that this is really only moving the regulations from the jurisdiction of the FCC back to the FTC. That they were selling your shit anyway, but while it was under FCC you had no option to "opt out", but under FTC we will. There might be a fee or something but you'll at least have recourse to stop the ISP from selling your traffic data. Anyone know any more about this aspect?




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 No.528045[Reply]

In the apology, Jones says that the lawyers of James Alefantis, the man behind Comet Ping Pong, sent him a letter asking him to apologize for his comments. Jones does just that and outright says the narrative around pizzagate was "incorrect" and that apologizing was "the right thing to do."

"To my knowledge today, neither Mr. Alefantis, nor his restaurant Comet Ping Pong, were involved in any human trafficking as was part of the theories about Pizzagate that were being written about in the media outlets and which we commented upon," Jones says.

One day after Jones apologized for his role in the conspiracy that ended with three bullet holes in the roof of a pizzeria, true believers made their way to DC for a rally.

Alex Jones—the barrel-chested don of the modern day conspiracy theory movement—did something completely out of the ordinary this week.

Jones didn't take his shirt off and scream that Hillary Clinton worships the devil and smells like sulpher (that was so 2016), no, in something far more out of character, Jones got serious and apologized for his role in pizzagate.

Weird, right?

This is a man who has backed down from almost nothing in his time as the fearless leader of Infowars—from inspiring hate mail sent to Sandy Hook parents to calling the Quebec mosque massacre a false flag, Jones typically stands his ground—not this time, though. This time, in a pre-recorded video package aired on Friday, Jones went full out in saying he was wrong.

While the Joneses of the conspiracy world have backed off, the diehards are still going full bore. The day after Jones issued his apology, a contingent (read: dozens) of the true believers made their way to Washington to try and prompt President Trump to look into it.

"The elite have failed to cover up their sad world," wrote the new pizzagate king David Seaman in a tweet Saturday. "Today we make our voices heard. Pedogate [the new rebranded term for pizzagate] is real and we dPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528697

File: 09dd84000f99044⋯.jpg (46.87 KB, 580x325, 116:65, 379e2b4f6f68307a881c4340b4….jpg)

She protected you.


 No.528698

You've taken two of four. I have to kill you before you get more than half. My benevolence will end.


 No.528700

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This will be like as if you forced me hokd the gun a and pulled the trigger yourself.

I will still cry because you are no longer with me.


 No.528702

>>528049

If he was ligit he would be as dead as Bill Cooper.


 No.528720

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File: 9b71db4e4710456⋯.jpg (97.05 KB, 982x640, 491:320, gateway-to-hell.jpg)

 No.528264[Reply]

REAL Portals To HELL! Researchers Are Diving In — Linking the Visible World With the ‘Dark World’

https://archive.fo/ecXMi

http://lisahaven.news/2017/03/real-portals-to-hell-researchers-are-diving-in-linking-the-visible-world-with-dark-world/

Warning! You are about to embark on a journey into something a bit creepy. Researchers, doctors, and others are in the process of studying the paranormal phenomenon of portals that could link the visible world with the “dark sector.” While there is no mention of exactly what these “dark sectors” contains, one could only recall the biblical account found in the book of Revelation that prophecies about a future event of the opening of the very pits of hell:

“Then the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star from heaven which had fallen to the earth; and the key of the bottomless pit was given to him. He opened the bottomless pit, and smoke went up out of the pit, like the smoke of a great furnace; and the sun and the air were darkened by the smoke of the pit. Then out of the smoke came locusts upon the earth, and power was given them, as the scorpions of the earth have power. They were told not to hurt the grass of the earth, nor any green thing, nor any tree, but only the men who do not have the seal of God on their foreheads. And they were not permitted to kill anyone, but to torment for five months; and their torment was like the torment of a scorpion when it stings a man. And in those days men will seek death and will not find it; they will long to die, and death flees from them.The appearance of the locusts was like horses prepared for battle; and on their heads appeared to be crowns like gold, and their faces were like the faces of men.They had hair like the hair of women, and their teeth were like the teeth of lions. They had breastplates like breastplates of iron; and the sound of their wings was like the sound of chariots, of many horses rushing to battle.They have tails like scorpions, and stings; and in their tails is their power tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528701

File: a3f3e3f4e5ba505⋯.png (46.94 KB, 500x612, 125:153, 3c235c90765041a13f4d371317….png)

>>528279

Praise kek.


 No.528709

File: cc191c84f3b2558⋯.gif (14.81 KB, 320x200, 8:5, 142555-dune-amiga-screensh….gif)

>>528659

> helicopter

Everyone knows they used ornithopter.


 No.528712

>>528314

Satan was brought up once in the Old testament, and no he wasnt the serpant. Lucifer as you know fought a war with god on how to deal with humanity. 1. Should we give them free will to do as they please with the hope that they will return to the servitude of god (Gods plan.) or 2. Eliminate the notion of free will and directly intervene in the affairs of humanity forcing them to obey. The reason why this war had started was due to the Adam and Eve incident in which the revelation had occured that Humanity was prone to temptation and desire to consume, and would defy the orders of God if given the chance. You can understand probably why there was the butting of heads between God and Lucifer.

God won, because hes God. He then proceeded to wipe out his creation in a arguably vain attempt to refresh the page of Humanity shortly after… Ill let you do with that as you will.

Lucifer wasn't evil, God is just a stubborn dude that was unwilling to admit that what he had created was flawed. I mean seriously, Lucifer was Top man above all else, you don't get to that position being God's right hand by acting like a malevolent son of a bitch.


 No.528718

File: bc8439c38b5365b⋯.jpg (40.61 KB, 244x313, 244:313, dark matter.jpg)

>>528264

Say,anon.

I found some dark matter out my backyard.

Whom do I call?


 No.528719

File: d37849582d2648b⋯.png (417.97 KB, 625x324, 625:324, darkmatter_busters.png)

>>528718

It's ok

I called these guys.

The one on the far left sniffed it and popped it in his mouth




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 No.528457[Reply]

If you choose to vaccinate (or believe you have no choice), it's time to detoxify. This is not an article intended to debate the efficacy of vaccinations, but merely to address the toxicity from vaccinations and advise on elimination of the toxins.

Regardless of what your position on vaccinations is, any rational person cannot deny that the ingredients in vaccines are toxic. In fact, almost every single ingredient in any immunization is toxic to the human body. Besides the vitamins and minerals, nobody in their right mind would drink a concoction with any one or combination of most of the vaccine ingredients (and those vitamins and minerals they add are toxic, too). Most vaccinations are directly injected into our bodies, allowing the ingredients to directly enter the bloodstream, which rationally, seems like an even more dangerous approach.

Vaccine ingredients (adjuvants and preservatives) and substances used in the manufacturing process, including vaccine-production media that are present only in trace quantities, include: sucrose, fructose, dextrose, potassium phosphate, FD&C Yellow #6, aluminum lake dye, fetal bovine serum, sodium bicarbonate, monosodium glutamate, aluminum hydroxide, benzethonium chloride, lactose, aluminum potassium sulfate, peptone, bovine extract, formaldehyde, thimerosal, ammonium sulfate, formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, bovine extract), calf serum, aluminum phosphate, aluminum hydroxphosphate sulfate, and ethanol. Vaccinations also contain many inorganic minerals, vitamins, amino acids, salts, and sugars.

Much of the vaccine material will not leave the body without assistance, especially with a typical modern lifestyle and diet.

Eat Well

The goal in order to detoxify from vaccinations is to flush the body of toxins, including heavy metals. There are a few good supplements available for chelation, but it can also be done with the right foods. Along with a healthy diet, the best ingredients for a natural heavy metal chelation regimen are chlorella, cilantro, citrus peels, spirulina, and garlic.

Most vegetables have some chelatioPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528704

>>528668

>formaldehyde

Formaldehyde is naturally produced in our bodies and is found in all of our food (http://www.cfs.gov.hk/english/whatsnew/whatsnew_fa/files/formaldehyde.pdf), because it's production is a fundamental part of our metabolic processes. It only causes problems when we are exposed to so much our bodies can't deal with it in the normal way fast enough. Enzymes break it down into formic acid, and it has a half life of a few minutes I think.

I remember looking at how much was in vaccines a long time ago, and I don't remember any numbers, but my takeaway was this particular element of vaccines wasn't anything I was concerned about.

I do wish they would just fucking ban mercury already.


 No.528705

>>528668

Also, thanks for the nice breakdown.


 No.528710

>>528668

sodium bicarbonate is baking soda

salt is sodium chloride.


 No.528711

File: ef1b946347f2f1b⋯.jpg (81.39 KB, 575x440, 115:88, 1327120617515.jpg)

>>528683

Wrong you stupid faggot.


 No.528717

File: ed5290aea807198⋯.jpg (128.34 KB, 788x525, 788:525, logan-film1.jpg)

Help me /killcen/

I'm being poisoned by adamantium.

What do I do?




File: 81b618368970d0c⋯.jpg (244.44 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

 No.528183[Reply]

RELATED: >>>/realnews/658

The European Union “risks dying” without a “new vision“, Pope Francis has claimed, while launching a bitter assault on the value of democracy, declaring it “a form of egotism“.

In an address to European leaders on Friday, the Pope said the European Union faced a “vacuum of values” and was losing its “sense of direction” and called for a “stronger, consolidated Europe” against the rising tide of democratic populist movements.

The extreme comments delivered by the pontiff have drawn the ire of pro-democracy Catholics, who claim the pontiff is working towards calling for the reintroduction of communism to Europe.

The pontiff contrasted socialist solidarity, which draws us “closer to our neighbors,” with democratic populism, which is “the fruit of an egotism that hems people in and prevents them from overcoming and ‘looking beyond’ their own narrow vision.”

As a number of European countries prepare for important national elections pitting populist leaders against establishment, left-leaning parties, the Pope took an unusually overt stand in favor of a socialist vision of the future of the region – and the world.

“There is a need to start thinking once again as Europeans,” Francis said, “so as to avert the opposite dangers of a dreary uniformity or the triumph of particularisms.”

“Politics needs this kind of leadership, which avoids appealing to emotions to gain consent, but instead, in a spirit of solidarity and subsidiarity, devises policies that can make the Union as a whole develop harmoniously,” he added.

This union will only be lasting and successful if the common will of Europe “proves more powerful than the will of individual nations,” Francis said, quoting the Prime Minister of Luxembourg.

The pontiff’s comments come days after he controversially became the first Pope in history to hold Islamic prayers and Quruan Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528645

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I'll just leave this here…


 No.528677

>>528485

BPM too low to be hardstyle. Kids these days…


 No.528706

>>528645

This guys a kike and 100percent for globalization.


 No.528707

I know this is more of a hate first, think later kind of deal but pls higher lvl analysis. Pope Francis is obviously globalist but he isn´t saying anything anti-democratic or outright communist. It´s just anti-nationalist.


 No.528708

>>528707

If he's pro-globalist (and everything points to that), then he's also against democracy, because democracy doesn't scale very well. It worked fine when the power in USA was more decentralized, as directed by the Constitution. Federal taxation undermined the power of the states, and thus the power of the people. It allowed the creation of a huge bureaucracy that serves the elites more than the people.

A global government would be even worse and less democratic.




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 No.525932[Reply]

RELATED: >>>/rationalnews/43

When Greek native Stamatis Moraitis was living in the United States, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and told he had just nine months to live. At the time, he was in his mid-sixties.

Here's a glimpse at his timeline, but don't worry about breaking out a box of tissues: six months into his journey, he started feeling significantly better. Twenty five years later, when he went to visit his U.S. doctors during a trip from his native Greek Island, Ikaria, he learned that his doctors had died. Today, he's living life to the fullest as a vibrant 98-year old.

Fresh, healthy foods key to combating cancer

His secret? In addition to surrounding himself with loving relationships with friends and family and getting plenty of exercise, he plants foods in his own garden and tends to his olive grove daily. He is cancer-free, simply because of the lifestyle he lives in Greece, and his choice to shun chemotherapy, drugs or any kind of therapy.

Mind-body medicine physician and founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute training program, Dr. Lissa Rankin fully believes that people can learn from Moraitis. She suggests taking a cue from people like him who have lived long, healthy lives, especially in the face of a life-threatening illness.

One of her top suggestions is to "Eat plants, avoid animal products, consume lots of olive oil, avoid processed foods . . . " and to stay surrounded by like-minded people.

Best foods to help fight lung cancer

While most fresh fruits and vegetables have nutrients that are good for the body, certain ones in particular stand out when it comes to fighting off lung cancer.

According to the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, people who ate apples regularly had a 60 percent lower risk of lung cancer compared to those who did not consume the flavonoid-rich fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528425

bumping real news


 No.528564

>>528420

Just because you don't want to know any of this information, doesn't mean other people don't have the right to know about it. And just because you don't agree with a news source, doesn't mean everyone else feels the same way. This is not a collectivist board like /pol/ or /leftypol/, here anyone can post any news they want. Don't like it? That's just tough luck, sorry for you.


 No.528657

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Mushrooms are good for you.


 No.528692

>>528253

The part of our burger that is beef is made of 100% beef.


 No.528703

>>528564

FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS FAKE NEWS




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 No.527849[Reply]

When you read this, you'll be wishing this was fake news!

Micro Cameras No Larger Than Grains of Sand Will Soon Blanket Society… Privacy is HISTORY

Researchers at the Univerisy of Stuttgart have developed a new type of ‘smart dust’ miniature camera smaller than the size of a grain of sand.

Experts say the German camera, created using new 3D printing techniques, will allow scientists to see humans in the most intricate detail than ever before.

Newstarget.com reports: http://archive.is/XZH97

Experts say the ingenious technique provides sub-micrometer accuracy that enables users to 3D print optical systems containing four lenses. The resulting multi-lens system provides an opportunity to help correct aberration, a condition where lenses fail to bring all wavelengths of color to a single focal point, which in turn may facilitate higher quality imaging from smaller devices, researchers added.

The researchers developed the 3D lenses by blasting a light-sensitive material onto a glass substrate with a femtosecond laser, which has pulse durations shorter than 100 femtoseconds. The material then absorbed two photons that exposed it and crosslinked polymers within the material. The unexposed material was washed using a solvent, leaving the hardened, crosslinked polymer that will then serve as the optical element.

The resulting lens’ diameter measures about 120 millionths of a meter, which makes it easily as small as a grain of table salt. The lenses can go from wide to narrow and may provide low to high image resolutions. Each of the lenses has a specific line of sight – clear at the center, blurry at the sides – capped by a curvature at the end. This mechanism mimics how the fovea, the small depression in the middle of the retina, collects light, and how the brain connects images from both eyes to come up with a single, distinct picture.

The innovPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.527924

/pol/ could have prevented this.


 No.527934

bumparoo


 No.527971

>>527900

top meme


 No.528439

>>527885

>that Kirby in the middle

I approve of this.


 No.528664

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File: 9a56d7387f2777f⋯.png (353.48 KB, 650x650, 1:1, 54532534254321.png)

 No.528083[Reply]

I have been noticing a trend on all the boards of 8chan, which you should be typing in the address as https://8ch.net httpS←-

that there are tons of data gathering threads disguised as "I'm bored so whats all your info".

here are a few examples of data gathering threads. you don't think they are building a profile on you? this is disgusting.

now shills are making up excuses in the hopes of using the "divide and conquer tactics" by blaming other boards to create infighting and destroy 8chan even further

the shills are panicking after the exposing of their tactics. extremely hilarious thread happens and shills get totally humiliated as their plan backfires instantly. archives linked below for your reading enjoyement.

>"The datamining scare"

>"They're flagging all discussion threads as "datamining" threads with little exception."

you mean like all the obvious data mining threads listed below?

>"The short-term goal of this is to cease all discussion on /b/ by convincing us that there is no discussion."

because letting data mining shill retards flood the whole catalog with "lul whats yur info" in poorly disguised threads is just excellent discussion!

>Do not let them destroy this website.

"lul he will not divide us, he will not devide us!"

pepe! pepe!!!

>If you have any issue with knowledge about you being on the internet, then don't post it. It's as simple as that.

when threads are made with sinister design for the purpose of extorting and extracting information from anons, it's as simple as getting bored that there are no quality threads because the shill threads pushed them off the page, and posting a reply in the wrong place, getting your info sent to Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528578

>>528146

>people who have been here awhile,

know how to redtext.


 No.528579

>>528160

>thinks he is on /b/.


 No.528580

>>528088

BLAH BLAH BLAH I'M /KILLCEN/ AND I DON'T SHUT THE FUCK UP


 No.528653

>>528180

>pick one

pick both bro, autism master race


 No.528654

It's really telling how many of these shills pop up and instantly say "you are from X place because I don't like what you post!"

shill tears create too many rivers, flood the earth tbh




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 No.528250[Reply]

In a rarely seen speech, Putin states that there is a moral crisis occurring in the west and it is one that is purposely created by governments.

In short, the moral foundations of objective right and wrong often linked to Christendom have eroded.

In their place the imperial oligarchs have erected a system that reverses what is good and replaces it with propaganda that leads to cultural decay and erasure of identity, according to Putin.

He suggests that traditional faith in God has been replaced by Satanism. It sounds crazy enough, but then again, there does seem to be at least some degree of affinity for occult religious practices among certain politically connected individuals. Whether it is “Satanism” or something altogether different, is a question we will leave others to decide.

He says parties which “promote the propaganda of pedophilia” have been seriously considered as legitimate due to the excesses of political correctness.

The speech has received renewed interest in light of the current investigation into US politicians involved in sex trafficking and pedophile rings (what many are calling #pedogate).

And Putin is not just talking, he’s taking action too.

Fairly recently he implemented a ban on any US foster parents adopting Russian children.

The ban seems extreme, but one must admit it is true that the foster care industry in the US is rife with trafficking and child prostitution, using “adoption” as a front in many cases.

Putin then adds that while this moral crisis is happening at a national level, there are international attempts to eliminate sovereign nations and replace them with a system of globalized hegemony.

We know that we’re supposed to listen to the corporate media and believe that Putin is inherently diabolical. And like most powerful leaders, Putin has been involved in his share of transgressions.

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 No.528643

>>528640

>trusting someone who had worked in the KGB


 No.528644

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 No.528646

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

May I please leave this here?


 No.528648

>>528640

>I know, call him a shill!

Putin isn't following anybody's interests but his own, and the RIDF spam in this thread is utterly disgusting. Oligarchs are the same scumbags all over the world.

>KGB

>Corrupt Government

>Bald, Power-Swollen Son of a Jew

Oh I'm laffin'.


 No.528651

>>528648

It's not rfid. That's like calling s tug boat a destroyer.




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 No.527907[Reply]

March 24, 2017 — The national council of the sorority Alpha Chi Omega has announced that it will begin to accept any and all transgender women effective immediately.

A video announcement was released via the national organization’s Facebook page.

The video, starring Angela Costley Harris, national council president, addressed the decision to accept transgender women into the sorority. Harris emphasizes in the video how the change was brought upon by chapters across the nation and was not a move made solely by the national council. The comments on the video were mostly positive.

Laura Jacob Knobel, a recent college graduate, commented on the Facebook video, “So proud to be an Alpha Chi Omega today! Thank you to our National Council members and all who contributed to this decision.”

Older members also voiced their support on Facebook.

“I’m soon to be a 50-year member and I’ve never been more proud to be an Alpha Chi!” Sue Lance commented.

Others commented, expressing concern over the decision, mainly regarding sorority housing.

“I wholeheartedly disagree with this decision. Will you be allowing these men to live in the Alpha Chi houses and at the same time not allowing other men to visit at late hours?” Kerry Ann Gilmour said. Her comment received a slew of replies, many of which expressed similar concerns.

Becca Miller, vice president of recruitment for the Zeta Psi chapter at Loyola University, said that this decision has been in the works since 2008.

Chapters across the nation have repeatedly requested information from the national council regarding the status of LGBT individuals as members. These requests led to lengthy deliberation by the national council, which ultimately led to the release of the Facebook video

in February.

A summary of the decision, provided by Miller, notes that Alpha Chi Omega inPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528114

File: 5f487711a8e6a00⋯.webm (7.76 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, Sucking my girlfriends pe….webm)

>>528019

Don't you know that lots of women have penises? Just like lots of men have vaginas, breasts, and wombs. The idea that there is any biological component to sex is like *so* 2015.


 No.528132

>>528114

>"Why I don't like Yahtzee"

>turns into erotica

>"We only talked on the internet"

Just keep digging.


 No.528576

File: ef7842fefaa024a⋯.jpg (88.85 KB, 960x698, 480:349, T-800.jpg)

>>527907

>>527995

>>528030

fuck the humies

JUDGEMENT DAY NOW


 No.528584

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>528576

Come at me bro, me and my Knight 2000 are nearly unstoppable.


 No.528591

File: 212c4d8e3409442⋯.jpeg (41.02 KB, 450x355, 90:71, image.jpeg)

If I identify as an Apache Attack Helicopter, why will they still not let me land at Air-Force installations?




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 No.528434[Reply]

Total US debt is closing in on $20 trillion but it appears as if President Trump may be considering a fire sale of government assets to pay it off. Not only would this lower or completely wipe out the entire US national debt but it would also simultaneously shrink the size of government by transferring a significant amount of federal land and assets to the private sector.

This was the subject of our recent interview with William Shughart, Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute and a former economist at the Federal Trade Commission, who was contacted by Trump's team to assess the feasibility of this idea, including estimates of all federal assets.

Here's a short clip of what he had to say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdPGa8HHeyo

We should take advantage of the fact that the US government is the wealthiest that’s ever existed on the face of the Earth to help pay down the national debt, Shughart stated.

If a program could be launched where some of the federal government’s estimated trillions of assets could be sold off to the private sector, we could raise funds virtually overnight to wipe out the national debt as it currently exists.

“The basic idea is to begin a structured sale — a fire sale — of federal assets to raise the funds to pay off the national debt,” Shughart said.

Since the federal government owns 28% of the land mass of the United States, this would be the first place to start.

However, Shughart noted, “the real treasure trove is not on federal lands … but underneath them, in the form of oil, gas, and other mineral deposits both offshore and on.”

Depending on how those energy reserves are valued, estimates run from $28 trillion up to $128 trillion, he said.

“Selling off rights to explore and access these oil, gas, and other mineral deposits, by itself could wipe out the national debt.”Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528558

>>528555

Please sell me your trips, mister!


 No.528559

>>528558

Are you saying that nothing has worth unless someone ascribes worth to it?


 No.528560

File: 6a196ab62bb0265⋯.png (175.32 KB, 448x468, 112:117, image.png)

Yes.


 No.528565

>>528471

>cuckservative

I'm not a conservative and that's not an argument.

>the state can make money

Your theory is already disproven. Not only is all "profit" the state "makes" parasitic parking meters!? That's your rebuttal? But it still can't get out of debt!

>the people who tax us have to pretend to care, the people selling us stuff don't!

Can't make this shit up. Next you'll tell me the government is the best entity to prevent corruption, inefficiency, and debt!


 No.528585

>>528558

Yours for only 555,95$




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 No.527664[Reply]

REMEMBER OPSEC: >>>/opsec/4

In addition to the vulnerability of Apple’s expensive gadgetry, iPhones and iMac, to CIA hacking, Bill Gates’ Windows 10 is surveilling its users by default, i.e. no need for the CIA to hack it anymore. What this means is: your PC’s camera, microphone, and keystrokes are being recorded and stored in their cloud-based databases, for future reference.

Simply put, Microsoft Windows 10 and all its previous versions are the Deep State’s window to their users’ private lives.

We should not expect otherwise in the first place.

When you boot up Windows 10 for the very first time, you have the option to customize several settings related to the collection of data from Microsoft’s servers.

You can stop your machine from sending contact and calendar details, typing and speech data, location data and even error and diagnostic reports. Unfortunately, no matter how many boxes you uncheck, Microsoft is still going to collect information from your computer, whether you know it or not.

In a Voat thread last week, a user by the name of CheesusCrust published his findings after running a network traffic analysis relating to the telemetry and surveillance features of Windows 10. The results were troubling, to say the least.

While setting up a fresh copy of Windows 10 Enterprise Edition on VirtualBox, the user went through and disabled all three pages of tracking options, one by one. He then left the computer running for eight hours overnight, and returned to find that Windows 10 had attempted to contact 51 Microsoft IP addresses 5,508 times.

After 30 hours, over 112 IP addresses had been contacted. That's right, Windows 10 is a botnet.

The user attempted the same experiment once again with a fresh install of Windows 10 as well as a third party tool called DisableWinTracking. He discovered that the name of the tool is slightly misleading, as WiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.528422

anti-slide


 No.528567

>>527725

I've never seen a window like that pop up and I'm using windows 10

>actually signing in with your windows account




 No.528535[Reply]

Thousands of Russian citizens took to the streets on Sunday to protest against corruption before (((Kremlin))) police rounded up hundreds of people for arrest, including Russian politician Alexei Navalny who was recently attacked with a chemical substance on his face, turning it green.

The Kremlin said on Friday that plans for the central Moscow protest, which the city's authorities had rejected, were an illegal provocation.

As evening drew in, hundreds of riot police lined up on Manezh Square at the end of Tverskaya Street and drove protesters away from the Kremlin's walls. Some opposition supporters on Manezh Square shouted "(((Putin))) is a thief" as tourists wandered nearby.

Local media reported that large protests also took place in other cities, including St Petersburg and Novosibirsk. (((State media))) broadly ignored Sunday's protests.

https://archive.fo/8zzHS

 No.528552

(((OP)))




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 No.528212[Reply]

The European Union of today can be compared to the Soviet Union in its late years, said Pyotr Tolstoy, Russia’s State Duma (lower house of parliament) Deputy Speaker, who is currently on a visit to Serbia’s capital of Belgrade.

The Russian lawmaker, who is taking part in the events honoring the victims of NATO bombings against Yugoslavia, added that the policies pursued by the EU had no future.

"Today, the European Union is reminiscent of the Soviet Union nearing its collapse, when not a single decision could be made without consulting with the supreme authorities, while the bureaucratic machine did not take into account any national interests. We all know what it led to," Tolstoy said.

"Of course, we do not wish our European neighbors to suffer such fate but we should not expect them to offer the fulfillment of dreams to other peoples," the State Duma deputy speaker noted. According to him, "until now, they have not offered the world anything but the consumer society and the protection for the LGBT community."

At the same time, in Tolstoy’s words, Russia became "the enemy of the West" because it offers an alternative to the western civilization as well as a different value system. "We do that with all respect for international law. But it annoys them. They are particularly sensitive to what is happening in Syria and Ukraine," the Russian lawmaker added.

"However, Russia is returning to the global stage and they will have to live with it," Tolstoy stressed. Moreover, the West will have to review its attitude towards Russia, he said. "Even the statements made by (US President Donald) Trump that every country has the right to act based on its interests rather than be led by others, mark a major change in the globalist way of thinking common among the Clintons, Obama and the like," Tolstoy concluded.

https://archive.fo/uDYxy

http://tass.com/politics/937478

 No.528218

>>528212

> "Even the statements made by (US President Donald) Trump that every country has the right to act based on its interests rather than be led by others, mark a major change in the globalist way of thinking common among the Clintons, Obama and the like," Tolstoy concluded.

He is correct.


 No.528270

More kindling for the fire. the Globalists are once again trying to skew the view that being natsoc is bad, when in fact it's the only thing saving people from their deadly agenda.


 No.528429

anti-slide .


 No.528503

File: 8de8b2c7f48010d⋯.jpg (8.26 KB, 209x233, 209:233, disgust in space.jpg)

>>528270

Countries that move out of the EU only suffer from a short dip economy wise, only to make it out way better as soon as the outrage dies down.

Brexit helped Britain and it hasn't even been completed yet, and America never went into it and did just fine all these years.

That's because the EU was made by countries with lesser economies as a way to parasitize off of better countries. Being under the EU means you're subject to ALL it's laws, so it's a one law all countries deal, for better or worse, and usually it's worse.

It's the biggest globalist institution in that it does NOT consider the difference between each country and their cultures before making laws, and laws made in the EU are much bigger deals. Harder to repeal as well since every country has to follow them.

So that little tax based around cucumbers has to be followed by everyone. And these tiny laws pile up to the point that making a law in the EU is no longer about closing loopholes and ending injustices, it's about "what law can we make to give us an advantage over everyone else", it's a system that thrives on corruption and bribery because that's how such laws have to be passed.




File: fb50d69fa4d901b⋯.gif (1.73 MB, 340x256, 85:64, Freaked-Out-Muslim.gif)

 No.527264[Reply]

Muslims are on edge after finding out what American citizens have hidden in their local coffee shop. To a typical American, there would be no alarm, but for the Muslims? They’re freaking out.

When a Dearbornistan Muslim woman walked into a local Starbucks, she thought it would be just another day chatting with a barista and not having any bacon on her breakfast sandwich. That’s when things took a turn for the strange.

A man who worked there tried to convince her to remove her burka. Then he showed her something he was holding behind the counter. At first, she was nervous to see it. But then he pulled it out and it was shocking – she couldn’t even handle it.

He showed her a Christian Bible and she began to get nervous. The man tried to show her similarities in the Christian religion and Islam and wanted her to remove the headscarf and convert away from Islam.

She left the Starbucks with a bitter taste in her mouth after finding out the man was a missionary.

Right in her own Dearbornistan, a dreaded Christian man trying to convert people to the opposing side of the Crusades. It’s like trying to convince Larry Bird to play for the Chicago Bulls – it won’t ever happen.

The Muslim residents in Dearbornistan, the town with the biggest wave of Muslims in America, has now been a bit edgy ever since they learned about the secret missionaries hidden throughout their town.

Funny how that works, because the American citizens have felt a certain way since they’ve invaded Dearborn and now it no longer resembles an American city. It’s becoming to look a lot like the Middle East. Sure, there’s American construction, homes, and shops – but where are the Americans?

What has Dearborn become?

Will the missionaries restore Dearborn?

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 No.527745

File: 5efcda76f26fd4b⋯.jpg (46.05 KB, 624x504, 26:21, trumpvssaudis.jpg)

>>527476

> Tell them that America is a satanic country

It wouldn't be a lie.


 No.528441

>>527615

"How's he gonna pay for all dis?"


 No.528479

File: 3c35a8cd7db16e9⋯.png (401.1 KB, 830x517, 830:517, Miracle_Max.png)

>>527415

Take? No, clearly he said "cake", which in that context means the way in which cows relieve themselves.


 No.528489

>>527745

Saudis will pull another 9/11 - this time they'll aim for the white house in a bid to execute Trump.


 No.528490

>>527298

I'm not a leftist. I hate Jesus because he was a Jew and Christianity is just another form of Judaism.




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