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File: a1fd9a3f3559281⋯.jpg (53.02 KB, 668x667, 668:667, Trump Releases Budget Plan….jpg)

 No.543133[Reply]

The Trump administration on Tuesday unveiled a budget seeking $1.5 trillion in nondefense discretionary cuts and $1.4 trillion in Medicaid cuts over the course of a decade, while adding nearly half a trillion dollars to defense spending.

The plan, titled “A New Foundation for American Greatness,” would dramatically reshape federal spending, cutting anti-poverty and safety net programs, but leaving Medicare and the retirement portion of Social Security untouched.

Congress is expected to reject many of the proposals as it takes up the budget in the coming weeks and months. It is being released, unusually, with President Trump out of town on his first foreign trip in office.

Relying on a mix of growth projections that most economists say are extremely optimistic and an assumption that a tax reform plan will manage to slash tax rates while remaining revenue-neutral, the budget lays out a path to balance the budget within a decade and lower the debt burden to 60 percent of gross domestic product.

From a budgetary baseline based on the 2011 “sequestration” deal between the GOP House and former President Obama, the Trump budget piles on defense dollars while further cutting nondefense.

By 2027, defense spending would increase $42 billion over sequestration levels, while nondefense would be cut by $260 billion. In that year, nondefense outlays would amount to just 1.4 percent of GDP. The proportion of defense to nondefense discretionary spending would be higher than in the previous 40 years.

Sequestration, when it was ushered in, was meant to use draconian cuts to both defense and nondefense discretionary spending as a cudgel to force Congress to compromise on budget cuts.

In 2018, Trump’s budget would shift $54 billion from nondefense discretionary spending to defense by enacting major cuts to government agencies.

The budget would cut 31.4 percent from the Environmental Protection Agency, 29.1 percent from the State Department, 20.5 percent from the DepartmePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.543154

>>543145

>implying non-niggers are going to get fucked


 No.543156

>>543135

If you don't work in the defense industry you're fucked.


 No.543162

>>543145

No, but we tend to have lots and lots of guns and spare ammo, with the cops on our side. So go for it. Try something and see what happens. It's a 50/50 chance you'll get away with violence without conflicting injury, death or (worse) jail time.

>>543152

This, if passed, will be phased through within the next decade, as not to upset too many leeches at once. A lot of people will still be getting welfare for the first few years, but inevitably more and more cuts will happen as the years pass by.

There would be no one big cut-off moment. They know what the hell they are doing and how to be incremental about it.

>>543156

Yes, as much as I hate to admit it, you are likely spot on. Most of our productive manufacturing jobs will not be coming back anytime soon. The biggest industry will remain war for a while (till the US petrodollar goes bust that is - and it will in due time - and they all know it will).

Meanwhile, prepare yourselves as I always like to warn other anons here. If you can: pay off any debts, stock up on all basic essentials (to survive day to day), arm up and stay vigilant. If you have extra amounts of wealth, slowly increase your stockpile of silver/gold coins at time goes on. Assets / precious metals will be worth A LOT after our economy HTF.


 No.543179

>More whites and jews on SNAP than blacks in my state.

This is gonna be good.


 No.543181

Did that say that there would be cuts to welfare but increase to defense budget?

We're in massive deficit still, can't we just cut certain things and try to work our way out so we can get better interest rates on shit and start disestablishing the loan based economy?…




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 No.542991[Reply]

A bystander captured video Saturday of a sea lion dragging a young girl into the water off a wharf in Richmond, British Columbia.

In the viral video, posted to YouTube,the sea lion swims up to Steveston Fisherman’s Wharf in Richmond, a Vancouver suburb, then approaches a young girl leaning over a low railing over the water. The girl sits on the railing, and the sea lion lunges up, snatches her dress in its mouth and pulls her backward into the water.

Amid screams and cries of “Oh my God,” a man jumps into the water and pulls the girl to safety without further interference from the sea lion. Fujiwara says in his description of the video that no one was injured in the incident.

http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/environment/article151825347.html

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 No.543167

>>543159

The disgusting man was just trying to cop a feel, attract attention towards himself as the victim, and play the hero to impress females.

Pathetic.


 No.543172

File: 5c42986fdae1e2e⋯.gif (1.87 MB, 400x209, 400:209, seal pasta.gif)

>>543119

10/10 OC


 No.543173

File: 0edbe2396aeef80⋯.jpg (611.59 KB, 1366x2304, 683:1152, candid view.jpg)

>>543119

candid view


 No.543175

>>543119

Top notch


 No.543180

File: c8990152e41df8d⋯.jpg (30.55 KB, 236x523, 236:523, wenceelsatak.jpg)




File: 7fe8d32e9716d39⋯.jpg (96.41 KB, 1200x630, 40:21, Sheriff Speaks Up About Ra….JPG)

 No.543170[Reply]

An outspoken North Texas lawman took to Facebook after Monday's deadly bombing in England to warn residents a similar attack could happen here.

"This is what happens when you disarm your citizens," Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree wrote. "When you open your borders without the proper vetting. When you allow political correctness to dictate how you respond to an enemy that wants to kill you."

At least 22 people were killed and more than 50 were injured in the explosion outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. The Islamic State claimed the attacker — whom police identified as 22-year-old Salman Abedi, who was born in Manchester — as one of its own.

Murphree's post continues: "You better wake up America. While you are distracted by the media and the crying of the left, Islamic Jihadist are among us and want to kill you. What will it take? This happening at a concert in Dallas or a school in Denton County?

"If we don't do something quick this country will die of political correctness and the fear that someone's feelings may be hurt. It may very well be to late for Europe."

Murphree took office in January after campaigning to bring a culture change to the Sheriff's Department. Colleagues have noted better relationships with fellow law-enforcement agencies and more accountability within the department.

Murphree has previously posted about Islamic terrorists, writing in a mock "terror alert" in November that the Islamic State and al-Qaeda are not welcome in Texas — a place with "a proud tradition of courage and strength."

"You will be met with a gun behind every tree every rock every blade of grass," he wrote. "You will be met with a violence you have never seen."

After telling extremists to stay out of Texas, Murphree concluded: "PS. Where your going there are no virgins waiting for you. Just saying."

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 No.543171

File: e9ee8afd42b40a8⋯.gif (2.19 MB, 222x222, 1:1, 8f91e2e8a8003b993ed2b09587….gif)

I hope Texas never changes God bless those Redneck bastards! True Americans right there


 No.543178

Pussy in Chief isn't gonna do anything about science t lol




File: 95925eaa5956f4a⋯.gif (654.58 KB, 500x286, 250:143, Ariana Grande Concert Bomb….gif)

 No.543089[Reply]

RELATED: >>>/realnews/364 (https://archive.fo/klJrs)

CBS News confirmed Tuesday that the man who blew himself up the previous night at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, was 23-year-old Salman Abedi, who was known to British authorities prior to the attack.

In a generic statement posted online, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claimed responsibility for Abedi's suicide bomb attack, which left 22 people dead, including children, at one of the entrances to the Manchester Arena.

Police and British Prime Minister Theresa May have done very little to address the real problem of these attacks: open borders and amnesty policy.

ISIS issued its claim of responsibility in a brief, generic statement that did not identify the bomber and appeared to get some of the facts of the attack wrong. It claimed a "caliphate soldier managed to place a number of devices among a gathering of crusaders in Manchester, and detonated them."

Officials say there was only one explosion. So someone had lied already. No doubt this terror attack will be another cover-up swept aside.

At least 22 people - including children - were killed and 119 people were injured just as Ariana Grande finished her set on Monday evening.

Petrified parents clung on to their children as they sprinted out from the venue as the 'callous terrorist attack' took place.

One eyewitness, Abby Mullen, 17, was inside the arena where a suspected lone wolf attack took place and described finding blood in her hair.

Meanwhile, a homeless man tearfully described the moment he cradled a dying woman in his arms after the suicide bomber blew himself up.

Ms Mullen, from Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, said: 'As we were leaving a bomb or explosion went off centimetrePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.543161

Fake news, he was white.

Listen and believe.


 No.543163

>>543161

you wish, turdskin.


 No.543166


 No.543169

>>543096

This attack happened in Manchester. The mayor you're thinking of is in London


 No.543177

I find it hilarious that pirates get fined/arrested quite commonly, yet they seem to be unable to ever stop one of these attacks before it's too late, and it's even worse if they really did have the possible suspects under surveillance.

Really shows what the world's priorities are.




File: 7eb37eb76cc08f4⋯.jpg (444.37 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, Collecting Student Loan De….jpg)

 No.542685[Reply]

RELATED: >>539828

Your government at work with your tax dollars.

Loan billions to brain dead teenagers so they can pretend to get smart in college. When they fail miserably due to the fact after twelve years of public school government indoctrination they can’t read, write or add, the government pays slimy collection agencies to get these unemployed dolts to pay up.

Not only has $600 billion of your tax dollars been pissed down the drain on loans to dumbasses, you now get to spend billions trying to collect the billions that will never be collected.

Clusterfuck is too kind of a word to use for this program Obama initiated to pump money into the economy and fake the true unemployment rate.

I bet you can’t wait until the government has full control of your healthcare.

While Congress originally approved the IDR plans in the 1990s and 2000s, Obama used executive actions, starting in 2010, to extend the most-generous terms to millions of borrowers which is precisely when loan volumes under the program started to skyrocket.

Congrats, taxpayers…you'll soon have the privilege of repaying $137 billion worth of debt spent by entitled millennials on binge-drinking trips Cancun and drugs…life, after all, is just a little bit better when we spread the wealth around…

As Bloomberg's Shahien Nasiripour reports, the federal government has, in recent years, paid debt collectors close to $1 billion annually to help distressed borrowers climb out of default and scrounge up regular monthly payments. New government figures suggest much of that money may have been wasted.

Nearly half of defaulted student-loan borrowers who worked with debt collectors to return to good standing on their loans defaulted again within three years, according to an analysis by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. For their wPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.543083

news bump


 No.543099

>>542749

I was fortunate enough to be born a long time ago, in the mid 50s. Even when I attended high school, many folks did not see the need to attend college, instead many of us just got a job during or right after high school. It was not such a big deal not getting a degree, because you could easily get a decent job without one.

Not to mention, there were trade schools which were pretty damn cheap. You could attend a trade school and learn a trade or craft, thus allowing you to get a professional job without much hassle or going into debt.

Unfortunately those days are long gone. Everyone today is convinced that you must have a college degree to get a job now, which only fuels this student loan racket and exacerbates the problems for the working class.

Another problem is all the outsourcing of jobs which began in the 1980s, which has gutted our domestic industry and ability to compete in a globalized economy. Everything from then on got worse and worse and worse for Americans.


 No.543103

Amazing that we (as taxpayers) have to pay for the stupidity of others who are being conned by a legalized racket. No wonder America has been in steady decline, we are more of a socialist country than capitalist at this point.

In any truly civilized country these institutions would have been shut down long ago with racketeering charges, assets seized under RICO laws, and banks would face the consequences of debt liquidation due to their collusion in this racketeering scam (likely forced to file bankruptcy).


 No.543174

>>542707

>Make the degrees this country needs to thrive and compete in the world market extremely inaccessible to those who don't have enough money/ don't have family willing to sacrifice for them.

>Make the degrees that define Human Shitstain easy, affordable and always pushed on to the young, easily shaped minds of the country.

>Let Neoptism and Cronyism sort out the rest.

If things were reversed, ie; the programs that actually matter were cheaper and easier to access- - we wouldn't be in this quagmire right now where China and the street shitters from India are starting to dominate the industries.

>Babyboomers bragging about how they got their business and engineering degrees while babysitting and delivering pizzas part time.

>Not a single fuck given towards inflation or other problems that make their mindset unreasonable in this current age.

>It's not their problem– when their policies lead to this era.


 No.543176

>>543099

The middle class isn't doing much better. Hell, I'd say what was once the middle class is now the working class, just with more debt.




File: 5878cf889d65908⋯.jpg (161.01 KB, 900x900, 1:1, AntiFA Commie Goes to Turk….jpg)

 No.542648[Reply]

Sponsored by >>>/crazynews/

Lacy MacAuley is a well known radical left-wing Antifa organizer in Washington D.C. She was featured in Project Veritas’ undercover videos which exposed the #DisruptJ20 plot to violently disrupt President Trump’s inauguration.

Just like every other lunatic leftist, Lacy fell in love with Islam and became obsessed with helping Syrian ‘refugees’, wholeheartedly believing that Islam is the religion of peace. MacAuley details her experience dating a Turkish Muslim man, describing the hell and fear she lived in because he controlled every move she made, beat and raped her.

Islam is still the ‘religion of peace’, eh Lacy?

From Lacy Macauley’s archived blog post: https://archive.fo/BsPWd

I am a radical activist based in Washington DC. I fell in love with an energetic, charismatic activist I met in November when I was present to write about resistance to the G20 Summit, a global event in Antalya, Turkey. After I came home to the US, we talked every day. He was lovely and charming, I thought at the time. He offered a ready smile, engaging kindness, and intelligent conversation. He said all the right things to convince me that he cared about women’s rights and activism. In February, I decided to return to Turkey with the promise of love driving me forward. I couldn’t have known things would turn sour.

The first two weeks were quite the love story. I observed that he was drinking heavily, and called him an “alky,” but it was just a joke at first. We went to the beach and historic sites, and he introduced me to his friends. All seemed to be going well, and I felt that the romance was solidly moving forward.

Then came our first fight. I had wanted to interview a local woman for an article on Syrian refugees. He did not approve. He knew the woman and did not like her, so he strictly forbade me from speaking with her. After I questioned his rationale, he yelled and stormed out of the roPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.542837

>>542727

It is not "edgy" to refer to women as the subhuman trash they are. It is the truth.


 No.542856

>>542719

>Those are three things that actively prevent someone from being able to learn a lesson from the negative repercussions of their actions. She'll just blame it on the cishet white patriarchy.

Don't worry. She lived. She'll get to experience this lesson over and over again.


 No.543088

they'll never learn, not even when killed….


 No.543160

Too bad he didn't kill her! Must've been true love lol.

sic semper mudslimelover!


 No.543168

File: f538da814d15b6d⋯.jpg (833.74 KB, 2005x2869, 2005:2869, Bezbozhnik_u_stanka_22-192….jpg)

>>542648

How can she be a communist if she beleives in religion of any sort? Don't commie's hate all religion. She sounds more like a liberal.




File: 2023fb5cdf17afc⋯.jpg (120.7 KB, 1200x516, 100:43, NRA Sues California Over U….jpg)

 No.543129[Reply]

The National Rifle Association is suing the state of California over a law restricting magazine capacity to 10 bullets or less the organization argues is an unconstitutional limitation.

The NRA Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) and the California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA) are spearheading the lawsuit, the second launched by the NRA this year against the state. The lawsuit, filed Thursday in federal court in San Diego, is part of the NRA’s efforts to counter an array of new gun laws in California, collectively referred to by Second Amendment enthusiasts as “gunmageddon,” enacted in the wake of the 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attack, reports Los Angeles Times.

The law bans the sale and possession of magazines with an ammunition capacity greater than 10. The NRA argues in the lawsuit, Duncan v. Becerra, the magazine restrictions are unconstitutional, violating the due process clause.

“Legislators in California routinely enact laws that only affect the law-abiding and do nothing to enhance public safety,” Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA-ILA, said in a statement. “This lawsuit, and others that will follow, is an effort to ensure the rights of law-abiding gun owners are respected in California.”

Gun owners have long owned high capacity magazines in California and argue that the state retroactively banning and seizing the property tramples on their due process rights.

The NRA filed their first lawsuit aimed at the restrictive set of gun laws in California April 24, challenging a measure banning the sale and possession of semiautomatic rifles equipped with bullet buttons, which allow the user to change magazines relatively quickly. They argue this is a violation of the taking clause in the constitution, which protects against seizure of private property without just compensation from the government.

https://archive.fo/B3XJv

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 No.543146

Fucking finally


 No.543164

It is about damn time. This will likely make it to the Supreme Court too (and thank God Trump's nominee got in).




File: 2ae28372e6b4c9a⋯.jpg (30.27 KB, 500x371, 500:371, 6963692378_717eebbeb1.jpg)

 No.539828[Reply]

America’s twenty-something college graduates are moving back in with their parents in staggering numbers because they cannot otherwise afford the high payments on their student loans.

Almost half of America’s recent college graduates admit that they moved in with their parents for some period of time after getting their diplomas. Also, 26 percent of America’s current college students say their next big step in life after graduation will likely be to return home to their teenage bedrooms — or perhaps a room in the basement.

The data comes from a new survey by the brokerage firm TD Ameritrade, according to USA Today.

Graduates with student loan debt often feel forced to put off buying homes, getting married and saving for retirement because of their monthly loan payments.

Members of America’s millennial generation say they don’t think they’ll be rid of their student loans until they reach the age of 35, according to the TD Ameritrade survey.

The students and recent graduates who participated in the survey range in age from 20 to 26.

A majority said they would feel embarrassed if they were still living at home at age 28. However, about 40 percent said they have no problem sponging off mom and dad until they are well into their thirties.

https://archive.fo/QQ8f0

http://dailycaller.com/2017/05/11/hi-mom-droves-of-college-graduates-are-moving-home-so-they-can-afford-student-loan-burdens/

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 No.543024

>>543013

I'm the head of the department. I sign off that every Jazz plane that leaves my hangar is fit to fly. I notice the only rebuttal is how "I'm not a what I say I am". We can have that debate if you want, but I've just owned you on the whole 'I can't pay my student loan' topic. You can't argue empirically proven evidence though, so you've got nothing.


 No.543139

>>542767

Even Pedo U (Penn State) is exorbitant for Pennsylvanians, thanks to them bending over backwards to provide greater discounts to out of state students than other states provide us, i.e.preferential treatment for foreigners.

Where have I heard that before?


 No.543144

>>543019

Communists and socialists don't understand many of the productive jobs they claim to be "shit jobs" actually happen to provide decent middle class incomes.

Many modern Americans think if you work in a manufacturing plant in the US with no worker's union that you must be working some "slave labor" job. In reality that is total BS, and the only reason they think that way is because they have been conditioned to to think that way about productive domestic jobs. It's called social engineering… propaganda… brainwashing by radical leftists who see no problem with the US outsourcing it's productive industries or see no problem with sponging off productive taxpayers.

No wonder so many employers avoid hiring beta cucks with educational degrees… they act like a bunch of spoiled entitled brats who think they are owed everything just because they dress trendy, act politically correct and take out huge loans. What a way to distant yourself from the real world, you fucking cucks.


 No.543151

>>543024

Please stop with the 'I OWNED YOU' attitude. It makes you sound like a kid… Do your parents know you're on here?


 No.543157

College education does lead to better income

IF

you get a STEM degree. 2/3 of college students (the women) don't. Suckers.




File: 1d2e8a4ad88393d⋯.jpg (24.68 KB, 678x381, 226:127, Police Tase, Strangle, Bea….jpg)

 No.541816[Reply]

A Dallas School District has shipped a 7-year-old special needs student to a mental facility for disrupting class.

7-year-old student Yosio Lopez was first violently restrained by the Dallas Independent School District Police who reportedly handcuffed and tasered him for banging his head against a wall.

CNN reports: https://archive.fo/R3ZPu

Yosio Lopez was handcuffed, Tased and bruised by Dallas Independent School District (DISD) Police after the boy started banging his head against a wall in class, the Lopez family lawyer, David Ramirez, told CNN.

Yosio is a special needs student who suffers from attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and another mood disorder. He has experienced similar outbursts in the past but has always had a trained school aide nearby to help calm him down.

But last Tuesday, the aide wasn’t there and Yosio didn’t have his “safe place,” Ramirez said.

The boy told his mother, April Odis, that he was put on a desk with his arms cuffed behind his back while the school principal put her elbow on his neck and choked him to restrain him, the family lawyer said.

In a statement about the incident, the school district said in part:

“The Dallas Independent School District is committed to educating the whole child each day, and in doing so, we believe in providing a productive learning environment that is safe for all staff and students. While there has been media interest into an alleged incident at one of our Dallas ISD campuses, due to federal confidentiality laws protecting the privacy of all students and their families, we are unable to publicly confirm or deny the matter reported.”

After the incident at school, Dallas ISD Police transported Yosio to a mental health facility without his mother’s permission and committed him for nearly a week. His mother was unable to visit him for the first two days, RamirPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.542609

>>541840

cry more, spiclover


 No.542611

kek, it's about time we started nipping the beanershits in the bud before they become a further drag upon society.

>Good!


 No.542641

>>542607

Tazing can lead to brain damage too, what do you think it does to your nervous system?

Also, THIS: >>542573

Violence against children throwing temper tantrums is totally unnecessary and the cops have behaved just as belligerent and crazy as the child did.


 No.543155

>>542641

If cops were called, the teacher obviously viewed it too hard to do anything. If cops are willing the risk the lawsuit and consequences of using force.. So many cues pointing to it being appropriate.

If some retard is going make himself even more retarded or try to kill himself. Intervention did well stopping it. If he wants he can continue and fuck himself up on a private home later instead of on school grounds.


 No.543158




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 No.543143[Reply]

Environmentalists are ignoring the elephant in the room … the world’s largest polluter.

Newsweek reported in 2014: https://archive.fo/5Wxvd

The US Department of Defence is one of the world’s worst polluters. Its footprint dwarfs that of any corporation: 4,127 installations spread across 19 million acres of American soil. Maureen Sullivan, who heads the Pentagon’s environmental programmes, says her office contends with 39,000 contaminated sites.

Camp Lejeune is one of the Department’s 141 Superfund sites, which qualify for special clean up grants from the federal government. That’s about 10% of all of America’s Superfund sites, easily more than any other polluter. If the definition is broadened beyond Pentagon installations, about 900 of the 1200 or so Superfund sites in America are abandoned military facilities or sites that otherwise support military needs.

“Almost every military site in this country is seriously contaminated,” said John D Dingell, a soon-to-retire Michigan congressman, who served in the Second World War.

The U.S. military is the third-largest polluter of U.S. waterways.

The Washington Post noted Monday: https://archive.fo/Ylbl0

The U.S. military is the single largest consumer of fuel in the world.

We use a highly-polluting form of nuclear power so the U.S. military can make bombs. U.S. military considerations also drive nuclear policy in Japan (that didn’t turn out very well) and other countries.

The government has been covering up nuclear accidents for more than 50 years.

Above-ground nuclear tests – which caused numerous cancers to the “downwinders” – were covered up by the American government for decades. See this, this, this, this, this and this.

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File: 64457e8d21d2789⋯.jpg (82.71 KB, 810x574, 405:287, 001.jpg)

 No.542758[Reply]

Police identify suspect, victims in New Tampa shootings

Tampa police have identified a man they say shot two roommates to death, then held hostages briefly in New Tampa on Friday night.

Devon Arthurs, 18, 15350 Amberly Drive, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder as well as armed kidnapping after he said he killed two men in the Hamptons Condominium, where he lived.

On Sunday, police identified the victims as Jeremy Himmelman, 22, and Andrew Oneschuk, 18. Both were living at 15350 Amberly Drive, Tampa, the same address as the defendant.

About 5:30 p.m., police were called to Green Planet Smoke Shop, 15325 Amberly Drive, where a possibly armed man was reported. Once there, they found Arthurs was armed. He had told two customers and an employee that they could not leave.

Police talked to Arthurs, and he agreed to let the hostages go and to surrender his weapon. He was taken into custody.

While officer interviewed him. Arthurs told them he had killed two people, and told them where the bodies were. Police went to the scene, where they found two bodies suffering gunshot wounds.

The names of the victims have not been released.

Arthurs and the victims apparently were roommates and lived in the condo where the bodies were found, police said. The motive is still under investigation.

Police found possible explosives in the condo. The bomb squad and Tampa Fire Rescue Hazmat Team worked through the night to make sure the condo was safe to enter.

http://www.wtsp.com/news/crime/man-suspected-of-killing-2-in-new-tampa-identified/441502047

From banned nazi cuck /pol

DERANGED MUSLIM CONVERT FROM IRON MARCH KILLS TWO FELLOW MEMBERS OF ATOMWAFFEN

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 No.543132

>florida


 No.543138

FAKE NEWS

White people can't be muslim.


 No.543140

>>542771

By the way he looks he could pull off an sjw look like dylan roof n quebec mosque shooter


 No.543141

>>542772

But he killed two of his friends because they wouldn't convert to islam, and if the article is to be believed they were literally hitler too.

Remember anons, the best way to bait is to actually have some resemblance of an argument. Otherwise it's justpretending.jpg


 No.543142

>>543138

Exactly whites just go crazy n kill regardless




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 No.543113[Reply]

Greek Bankocracy Confiscates everything they can get their hands on from Greek Debt Slaves

Last week, the Greek parliament once again approved more austerity to unlock withheld Greek bailout funds in Brussels: a symbolic move, which has little impact without any actual follow through, like for example, actually imposing austerity. And while Greeks have been very good in the former (i.e. promises), they have been severely lacking in the latter (i.e. delivery).

That may be changing. According to Kathimerini, Greek Finance Ministry inspectors are about to start seeking out the owners of all local undeclared properties, while the law will be amended to allow for financial products and the content of safe deposit boxes to be confiscated electronically. The plan for the identification of taxpayers who have “forgotten” to declare their properties to the tax authorities is expected to be ready by year-end, according to the timetable of the Independent Authority for Public Revenue.

What follows then will be a wholesale confiscation by the government of any asset whose source, origins and funding can not be explained.

The Greek tax authorities will receive support from the Land Register to that end, as by end-September IAPR inspectors are set to obtain access to the company’s database to draw details on properties. Any taxpayers identified as having skipped the declaration of their assets to the tax authorities will be asked to comply and declare them, along with paying the tax and fines dictated by law. Should taxpayers fail to do so, the asset will be "sequestered."

Kathimerini also notes that the IAPR is also waiting for Parliament to pass regulations permitting the mass confiscation of safe deposit box contents and financial assets such as securities.

To date the process has been conducted in handwriting and is therefore particularly slow in locating the assets of taxpayers who have either concealed incomes or have major debts to the state. It is about to get much more streamlined: once the necessary regulations are in place for the operation of an automatic system to collect debts, the tax authorities will be able to issue Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.543127

>>543124

aong other things


 No.543128

>>543127

*among


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>>543118

Dave Hodges is cool and all but he predicts so much shit that doesn't materialise. He's been fucking up his dates since 2008 and talking absolute bullshit to some degree. Not sure if he fully vets his sources or if he exagerrates but he has most certainly been absolutely wrong on multiple subjects, mostly international. Perhaps he has good intentions, but I think the guy is using kikery to live off, similair to the Hagmann report.


 No.543131

>>543118

However, your point remains valid. Just be weary of the guy. That's all. All lies are always seeded by a hint of truth. He may be right on some things, but not on all things. Also check out Jim Willie if you're interested in money laundering… again. Take it all with a pinch of salt. Max Keiser isn't too bad either.


 No.543134

>>543130

I agree, Dave has been known to exaggerate a lot, but I don't think he is deliberately doing that, he just gets overemotional like many other "conspiracy theorists" do. Like us, he doesn't really know how or when things will end, but he knows we are close so he hoots about end times and prepping a lot.

>>543131

Jim Willie seems to have some great intel sources and perspective on global events, a bit radical but I like that about him. I don't recall Jim talking about FINCEN regulations though, so that is why I linked to Dave Hodges article instead (to give Americans a heads up how to protect their wealth from the banks, doing so within the law here domestically). Jim Willie doesn't live in the US anyway, so he doesn't have to worry about US capitol controls from FINCEN. Dave Hodges however lives in Arizona, so he does have to worry about it.




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A new geoengineering bill has been introduced by a Rhode Island state legislator, designed to ban the practise of spraying poisonous chemtrails into the atmosphere.

Rep. Justin Price introduced “The Geoengineering Act of 2017” [H6011] in an attempt to regulate the intentional manipulation of the weather and environment.

Activistpost.com reports: https://archive.fo/yWooU

The legislative intent of the bill is,

(a) “Geoengineering” is defined herein as the intentional manipulation of the environment, involving nuclear, biological, chemical, electromagnetic and/or other physical-agent activities that effect changes to earth’s atmosphere and/or surface.

(b) The Rhode Island general assembly finds that geoengineering encompasses many technologies and methods involving hazardous activities that can harm human health and safety, the environment, and the economy of the state of Rhode Island,

(c) It is therefore the intention of the Rhode Island general assembly to regulate all geoengineering activities as further set forth by the terms and provisions of this chapter.

[CJF emphasis]

Proposed Section 23-23.8-3. of the Geoengineering Act of 2017 defines the scope of geoengineering to include a ‘laundry list’ of technologies, which may not be familiar to the public; or that those “technological advances” are considered as “intentional manipulation of the environment”! OMG, is that a wakeup call for everyone?

Those technologies considered as intentional manipulation of the environment include:

• Solar Radiation Management (SRM) or what some call “chemtrails”

• Geoengineering ground-based and/or atmosphere-based deployments, including ‘tools’ and vehicles to deploy them, including drones

• Cloud cover protection and cloPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>>542842

I won't argue with you on that one old timer. But when you say "Government", are we referring to all government?


 No.543075

>>542842

I was a kid in the 80s, and yeah, contrails did seem to dissipate in a few seconds. As a kid you find them fascinating.

On the other hand, most of the ones I see now also dissipate in a few seconds. The ones that don't only seem to last a few minutes, not all day.


 No.543082

ok bump


 No.543104

You don't have to believe in chemtrails all you have to do is leave your boycave and open your eyes. Chemtrails are everywhere and as other Anons have stated they last all day long, cover the sky in blankets that block the sun and you can often see black dust moving with the wind in the early stages.

People who "don't believe" in chemtrails are total sheep, disgusting drones who are without the capacity to trust their own eyes and think logically.


 No.543115

>>543075

Take a look outside someday, and keep watch throughout the day. These trails will stay in the skies almost all day long, and slowly expand.

The next day they are so spread out it becomes hard to notice whether or not they were a chemtrail, but if you pay close enough attention you'll notice:

Chemtrails (Timelapsed / Sped-up)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aL8y_7Q3Vvc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4C2jYCrcwA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mLzgTaR7rg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL1f467tsf4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZOrEekD8Ew




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Sheriff Clarke has vowed to arrest Hillary Clinton on the spot if Trump makes him the next FBI Director.

President Trump’s favorite sheriff tweeted the promise late on Tuesday, after James Comey was fired as FBI Director, sparking frenzied speculation regarding who will be tapped to fill the role.

.@SheriffClarke: If Trump made me his FBI Director I would be arresting Hillary Clinton today. pic.twitter.com/XoYxz7xNCI

— Tennessee (@TEN_GOP) May 6, 2017

That’s one hell of a way to throw your hat into the ring.

Sheriff Clarke joins Congressman Trey Gowdy as a popular favorite to replace the disgraced James Comey, as Twitter lit up on Tuesday with endorsements from the public for both candidates.

Should Trump choose either candidate, Hillary Clinton will be guaranteed restless nights as the long-awaited prosecution into her crimes gets taken seriously by an FBI Director concerned with law, order and justice – rather than crony corruption.

As Alexander Hamilton said, “A contempt of the laws is the high road to anarchy,” and neither Clarke nor Gowdy are fans of anarchy.

The fact is, Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and the Clinton Foundation scandal are back in the news, as they are likely to be for years to come. At his confirmation hearing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would recuse himself from all investigations involving the Clintons.

And though President Donald Trump said that his preference was for no further investigation of Hillary Clinton or the Clinton Foundation, this does not mean that a prosecution is not in the works.

Washington Times reports: A decision (which does not seem to have been made yet) not to continue any investigation raises at least three concerns:

1). Deciding whether to prosecute someone isn’t normally the president’s decision to make. It’sPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.540405

>le based black man in a stetson

is this the kind of shit cuckservatives masturbate to?


 No.543108

bumping awesome news


 No.543109

If they pick a white guy instead of Clarke that would be racist.


 No.543110

>>543109

Clarke woudn't be such a bad choice but Trey Gowdy would be a better pic.


 No.543112

>>543110

I wouldnt mind Gowdy as long as he performs all his official duties in 'blackface'.




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RELATED: >>>/rationalnews/47 (https://archive.fo/jHOJW)

Big Pharma spokesman Paul Offit, known for telling the public that vaccines are totally safe, has been caught on camera admitting that vaccines causes autism.

Paul Offit, prominent vaccine spokesman, is so indebted to Big Pharma that even mainstream media have reported qualms about taking his word for anything medicine-related.

Offit makes a comfortable living as a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases, and has an even more lucrative sideline as a self-described “expert” on vaccines, spruiking Big Pharma’s wares through the mainstream media

Expert? A more accurate term would be salesman.

He is known for refuting each and every claim against vaccines, and refusing to hear a bad word said about Big Pharma’s most profitable product line. One of his famous lines involved stating that it’s perfectly safe for children to receive 1,000 vaccinations at once.

But now we have secretly filmed footage of Paul Offit slipping and and revealing his true understanding of the link between autism and vaccines. Watch and see for yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2cHZa8t98w

In other words, Big Pharma and their pro-vaccination shills have been lying to the public. They have bought out the mainstream media, who now act as attack dogs, rabidly demanding everybody toe the line – or else they will be savaged.

Do not underestimate the power of the mainstream media’s ability to publicly shame people. There is no greater creator of ignorant groupthink. People are terrified to go against the grain of what appears to be mainstream opinion.

By stating that the MMR vaccine does not cause autism, they have been misleading you. As Paul Offit aPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.543107

bumping real news




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