Tagged: Lenin

Tw15 Big Brother is a control freak

Juillet-septembre 2018

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Moi, Buzyn, ministre des matchs de foot

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Interview (presque) imaginaire de la ministre Buzyn : « Si le Plan Pauvreté passe après le foot, sachez que c’est parce que, pour les pauvres, rien ne passe avant le foot. »

Après avoir dit des c…ies monstrueuses sur le calendrier du Plan Pauvreté qui « dépend des matchs » de foot, la ministre Buzyn a chialé (littéralement) devant le Premier ministre, et Macron a eu pitié d’elle : elle reste au Gouvernement. Mais ça ne la rend pas moins c…

Dire en public une bêtise pareille, sans se douter, même si cela correspond un tant soit peu à la réalité, de la bêtise qu’on dit, c’est d’une bêtise spectaculaire.

#Buzyn De la société civile à la société civile en passant par la grosse erreur de casting. Si le milieu professionnel spécialisé et les cocktails mondains entre gens qui pensent pareil préparaient à la vie politique, ça se saurait.

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Help scientists run for office. (Richard Dawkins)

Yes, like Dr Buzyn, health minister of Frognce, who ends up in tears in the office of the Prime minister after telling the media: “The schedule of the Poverty Plan will depend on the results of the Frognch football team.” Brilliant!

If a specialized career field plus social gatherings where everybody thinks the same were good training for politics, we’d have known for long.

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L’inscription du salafisme sur la liste des dérives sectaires a été recommandée par le rapport de la commission d’enquête du Sénat. (via J.-C. Brisard)

République franc-maçonne rime de plus en plus avec islamophobe. Bientôt on pourra bel et bien parler de République franc-mazobe.

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Ils sortent le drapeau algérien … des supporters français les frappent. (Islam&Info)

Un lâche attentat a été commis ! Alors que les bons citoyens de ce pays se réjouissaient de la victoire de leur noble équipe de balle-au-pied, des individus abjects ont osé brandir un drapeau étranger au milieu de la liesse nationale! Les bons citoyens ont fait justice.

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Aisne : Un homme crie « Allah Akbar » et meurt après avoir été tasé. … Criant « Allah Akbar», l’homme est « allé au contact » des militaires, tapant des poings sur le capot de leur voiture et lançant des projectiles métalliques. (RT)

L’homme qui est mort aux mains de la police
1/ était « armé d’objets métalliques »
2/ a lancé des « projectiles métalliques ».
La police ne peut pas être plus précise ? C’est qu’il n’était pas dangereux.

La description, bien que très vague, est certes inquiétante, à cause de « métallique », mais si vous n’êtes pas fichus de dire de quels objets il s’agit, c’est que vous avez honte de la mort d’un homme qui ne présentait pas de danger. Du genre : tué pour avoir lancé une canette vide !

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Il paraît que le cumul des mandats est une exception française. Or la détestation de la classe politique n’est pas du tout une exception française. Donc ne vous faites pas trop d’illusions avec vos réformes à la c…

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Read Trotsky’s Revolution Betrayed about Soviet Russia, apply it to a people that eats dogs & live mice and you’ll get an idea of today’s China.

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Tunisie : 54 % des scientifiques sont des femmes. (L’Important)

Elles injectent des tas de poisons dans des cochons d’Inde, des souris, des lapins, des hamsters, des chats, etc., les sales putes.

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Why do you turn against those who work less than you when they’re the example you can oppose your boss with and you ought to turn against those who work more than you with whose example your boss opposes you?

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À propos du saphisme. Dit-on amour saphique ou amour ça fiste ?

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Signe de croix de Matuidi vraiment pas nécessaire… C’est quand même mieux de pouvoir communier tous ensemble sans afficher ses croyances. Allez les bleus « vive la République, Vive la France ». (Caroline Fourest, après la victoire de l’équipe de France contre la Croatie en finale.)

Et qui est ce vieux en costume gris crasseux portant kippa qui est venu serrer la main de Didier Deschamps à la fin ? On aurait dit un usurier. Didier Deschamps, qui selon toutes les apparences n’a pas les moyens de se faire soigner les dents, aurait-il des problèmes d’argent ?

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An American company with at least one Saudi shareholder is certain to implement an underground Islamophobic anti-Shiite policy. I have my suspicions about you, Twitter.

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A gas chamber is a flatulist’s contrivance.

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« La société s’appauvrit de la perte d’un travailleur ; elle s’enrichit de celle d’un oisif. La mort d’un riche est un bienfait. » Auguste Blanqui

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Il n’y a plus qu’une issue pour Benalla : le coup d’État. Benalla Président ! (Me contacter pour les détails opérationnels) #BenallaGate

L’affaire Benalla montée par les poulets opposés au projet de réforme de la sécurité de l’Élysée ? C’est la théorie de cet article, qui titre, vengeur : Des poulets « qui le paieront cher ». Colonel Sanders, à l’aide !

Post-scriptum. J’ai trouvé l’article dans le tweet d’un député également questeur de l’Assemblée nationale, qui appelle ces poulets des Torquemada et dit : « Plus dure sera la chute. » Les poulets sont prévenus : vont-ils finir à la broche ?

Je veux dire solennellement aux poulets et gendarmes que la solution n’est pas dans une commission d’enquête parlementaire (toujours le même cinéma : je sors j’entre je ris je chiale) mais entre leurs mains s’ils sont assez progressistes. Ça s’est déjà vu : Pérou (Gobierno Revolucionario de la Fuerza Armada), Panama (General Omar Torrijos, Líder Máximo de la Revolución Panameña)…

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In newspaper Le Monde in date of July 22 one sees, from the testimony of the men of the PSIG (peloton de surveillance et d’intervention de la gendarmerie), how Arnaud Beltrame behaved like a madman, although they dare not say it quite so openly. Arnaud Beltrame went with the PSIG inside the store by surprise (they had discussed it and he wasn’t asked to go), then he disrupted the officer’s talking with Lakdim, then he said to the PSIG “Shut up, I negociate, beat it!” The men were like “WTF!!!”

And while the “pensée-unique” scenario unfolded immediately (origin: media or politicians?), that Arnaud Beltrame was a hero to be emulated by his colleagues, people who openly said otherwise were ignored, when their stance didn’t call derogatory comments upon their heads.

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Si le parlement veut rendre le pays ingouvernable, il faudra lancer un appel aux éléments progressistes de notre armée pour liquider ces institutions bourgeoises et former un gouvernement populaire.

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Loi ELAN comme donner un nouvel élan. Loi PACTE comme recréer le pacte de confiance. Plus c’est con, plus ils sont contents d’eux. À quand une loi « libéralisme et sécurité » pour une société d’ordre dynamique et ouverte, dite loi SODO ?

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Après les sans-dents de Hollande, « Qu’ils viennent me chercher » sous-entendu les sans-couilles de Macron.

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According to Ralph Richard Banks in Is Marriage for White People? (2011), Black-American women don’t find Black men with their levels of education and must either marry lower educated Black men or abstain from marrying or, as the book advocates, marry white educated men but U.S. society has a bias agains this.

It boils down to this: When twice as many Black women as Black men turn lawyers, half of these female lawyers will have to marry Black plumbers or white lawyers, but as there are barriers to both they remain single.

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Twitter is limiting the visibility of prominent Republicans in search results. (VICE)

Well, as these same prominent Republicans are used to say: “Private business, you know.”

How do you like your own medicine now, mofos? Don’t bother answering, as Twitter won’t send a notification anyway.

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The entire framing of capitalism vs. socialism needs to change. Most people realize that our current system needs to evolve to account for the destruction of middle-class jobs and ongoing automation + devaluation of labor. The challenge is evolving to the New Capitalism. (Andrew Yang)

The production machine could have shrinked the workday to a couple of hours 100 years ago already, and you’ll find these estimates commented in decades-old Socialist literature; only, they stressed, the capitalist class wouldn’t have it, as it won’t have it today and will never have it as long as it is the capitalist class. Automation, big deal, really! Depletion of industry and service jobs will offer the capitalist class a magnificent opportunity to crowd their palaces with throngs of valets and handmaids and prostitutes and juggler dwarves…

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Vote par empreinte digitale au Mali (!)

Oui, l’électeur trempe son doigt dans une encre, puis appose son empreinte sur le bulletin de vote. (Ashley Leïla MAIGA)

Vous pouvez économiser sur les isoloirs, vu que vous laissez votre signature sur le bulletin de vote ! Qu’il y ait un isoloir ou pas, si vous votez avec une empreinte digitale, c’est comme de voter en signant son nom !

Isoloirs au Mali

À l’attention de U.S. Embassy Mali : Le tweet ci-joint montre que les Maliens votent en laissant leur empreinte digitale sur le bulletin de vote. C’est comme s’ils devaient signer leur nom. Quid du principe du vote secret pour éviter les pressions ?

À l’attention de MOE UE Mali 2018 : Le tweet joint montre que les Maliens votent en appliquant un doigt encré sur le bulletin, c’est-à-dire en laissant une empreinte digitale, ce qui revient à signer le bulletin ! Quid du principe du vote secret pour éviter les pressions ?

To UN & UN MISNUSMA: Ballots for the election work with voters stamping one finger on it, that is, leaving their fingerprints, which is the same as signing the ballot! What about the secret-ballot principle to prevent pressures?

Your absence of reply, U.S. Embassy, is proof to me that you don’t care about democracy in Mali, as you fail to deal with the issue of secret ballot. Your aims are others, I think you didn’t “give” financial help for the election but rather you bought the ballots with voters’ fingerprints, as a population-control tool.

This is not an election but a population-control experiment. Asking voters to vote by leaving their fingerprint on the ballot is a darn joke and you all [UN, MOE EU…] must be clowns not to see it.

Faudrait quand même être fortiche pour passer au scan tous les bulletins de vote et les comparer aux empreintes lors NINA+++. Le Mali est bien loin des moyens de la NSA. + les bulletins ne bougent pas. + vote électronique encore plus suspect à mon avis. (efomba)

Précisément, les États-Unis ont fait un « don » au Mali pour l’élection, ce qui veut peut-être dire que c’est la NSA qui récupère les bulletins et revend ensuite les analyses au gouvernement malien… #bigdata

+++NINA : Numéro d’identification nationale. La carte d’identité au Mali comporte l’empreinte digitale de la personne. Par conséquent, l’empreinte de chaque électeur est enregistrée dans un fichier national et les recoupements à partir de bulletins de vote marqués d’une empreinte digitale sont donc a priori possibles techniquement.

(La question du vote électronique est pertinente. Si, dans les pays où ce vote existe, les autorités peuvent identifier l’électeur à partir de son adresse IP ou de tout autre marqueur électronique, la problématique est alors exactement la même.)

+ poser empreinte pour voter n’est pas obligatoire, en ce qui me concerne j’ai signé le bulletin, ce qui est autorisé. (efomba)

Une signature au stylo permet également d’être identifié !

Signer d’une croix permet d’être reconnu ? (efomba)

Une croix, non. Si c’est permis et n’invalide pas le bulletin, je conseille fortement aux Maliens de faire ce choix, plutôt que l’empreinte digitale. Vraiment.

Je suis tout de même un peu étonné par cette possibilité car si quelqu’un dessine sur le bulletin, je ne sais pas, une fleur ou la tête à toto, dans la case d’un candidat, le bulletin est-il valide ?

Les cas d’invalidation d’un bulletin, autre que nul, sont rares et encadrés par la loi électorale (insultant, choix imprécis par ex à cheval entre 2 candidats…). Une croix, ou danss votre exemple une fleur, ne sont pas vraiment insultants, je pense. (efomba)

Avec un taux d’alphabétisation parmi les plus bas au monde (38,7 % selon le rapport 2015 de l’Unesco), on s’attendrait à ce que les règles pour voter au Mali soient simples, mais il semblerait qu’elles soient au contraire relativement complexes…

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Extreme Cases of Elephantiasis

Left: Anonymous woman. Right: Israeli female soldiers.

(Their ridiculous boots make these Israeli female thugs, already rather elephantine without them, look as if suffering from elephantiasis.)

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“Whoever directly or otherwise puts forward the slogan of Jewish national culture is the enemy of the proletariat, the defender of the old and caste element in Jewry, the tool of the rabbis and of the bourgeoisie.” Lenin 1913

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In mondo film Faces of Death (1978) film director John A. Schwartz (a Jew) presents as documentary the shootage of people eating a live monkey’s brain in a place where belly dance is performed, thus maliciously equating Middle Eastern culture with barbarity. It wasn’t documentary at all, as was revealed later (much later), and such “culinary” traditions have never been reported in the Middle East (there are rumors that it existed in China). Later Spielberg pictured Indians eating (dead) monkey brains. Hollywood is xenophobic and malicious.

It’s not open to debate, that eating a live non-human monkey’s brain was a culinary delicacy in China. The screaming of the monkey was part of the entertainment of it. (William Snow Hume)

I thought so, yet my last internet check of it reads: “It is unclear whether monkey brains have ever been served in a restaurant or whether the practice itself is an urban legend” (Wkpd: Monkey brains) and this for dead brain! They add: “Initial confusion over a translated term for the edible mushroom hericium may have played a part in the belief, as this mushroom is called hóu tóu gū (simplified: 头菇; traditional: 猴頭菇; lit. “monkey head mushroom”) in Chinese.” Mushrooms can scream, apparently…

Anyway, as this article shows (graphic content), the habit of eating live animals is something real in China: fish, snakes, living duck embryos, mice (“three squeaks” delicacy)… As to live monkeys, “The dish was banned in China.

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Uyghurs in Cannibal China

Uyghurs must escape this hell of a country named China before it’s too late! Links:

“Dogs being boiled alive and conscious in China”

“Fully conscious pet dog has all four legs severed before being skinned”

Cat Meat Restaurants (China) from Google Images.

“Eight animals eaten alive in China”: fish, snakes, live duck embryos, mice (“three squeaks” delicacy), live monkey’s brain, you name it. (Not mentioned: live squid, I saw it on TV).

“Abuses against animals in traditional Chinese medicine markets in Southern China”

They are going to eat the Uyghurs alive! Stop it!

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Palestine-East Turkestan/Uyghurstan: Zios & Chinks 2 sides of the same coin, postcolonial colonialism relying on diasporas that bribe national legislatures into positions favorable to their colonialism.

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Cannibalisme chinois en Afrique

Le président chinois poursuit sa visite en Afrique. Après Dakar, Kigali. Au centre de ces déplacements : le renforcement des liens économiques. (Le journal Afrique, TV5 Monde)

Les Chinois veulent manger des Africains, c’est pour ça qu’ils viennent, mais ne leur vendez pas, s’il vous plaît !

Les Chinois veulent manger des Africains car ils sont convaincus que leur chair noire est succulente et possède des vertus régénératives et toniques. Prenez garde au cannibalisme chinois ! Ils veulent ouvrir des restaurants secrets !

Si le cannibalisme s’est maintenu plus longtemps en Afrique, c’est tout simplement parce que la viande est meilleure. Les Chinois l’ont compris !

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Et si on se servait du capitalisme pour combattre l’exclusion ? (Aurélie Lavaud et Irène Soulages, HEC 2015)

Ce n’est pas toi qui te sert du capitalisme mais le capitalisme qui se sert de toi (et crée l’exclusion). Lao-Tchoum

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Grosse érection aujourd’hui, à l’occasion de la Journée de la femme.

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J’ai regardé hier The Commuter/The Passenger avec Liam Neeson et j’ai calculé qu’à la place du personnage je serais mort cinquante et une fois.

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« Les grèves ont coûté beaucoup d’argent. » « Elles viennent un peu impacter la croissance », dit B. Griveaux (porte-parole du gouvernement). (BFMTV)

B. Griveaux vient d’apprendre ce qu’est la grève. Quelle belle école, le gouvernement ! Continuez de faire les cons et nous ne priverons pas de faire la grève.

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Le travail des femmes a réduit la mobilité du travail car un travailleur au chômage ne peut désormais quitter son lieu de résidence pour se rendre là où on lui fait une offre, que si sa conjointe (ou vice-versa) accepte de partir chercher un nouveau travail là-bas.

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When you look for hashtag #Fredericton on Twitter to know more about the circumstances of Fredericton shooting, you learn nothing but that people afterwards made a human chain in sign of #FrederictonStrong. Well-meaning idiots make TV necessary for one’s information.

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Freedom Here and There (#saudicanada)

The Saudis are absolutely right to stress that Ernst Zundel was a political prisoner in Canada (and Germany). And it is out of fear of possible state repression that Westerners are reluctant to say that depriving a “Holocaust denier and Nazi sympathizer” of his freedom is an act of political repression.

To the #saudicanada discussion. Situation in Canada is that one may be deprived of his/her freedom for:
-protesting abortion;
-claiming land for indigenous populations;
-denying the existence of gas chambers for the extermination of jews in WW2.
(according to pro-Saudi account Beauty of Queen)

Friends are calling me out of concern, so stop: Violation of my academic freedom is real and is an ongoing civil matter, but it cannot result in jail whatsoever and I have never been jailed. (Denis Rancourt)

I invite Saudi and other media to get acquainted with the way the University of Western Ontario dealt with Dr Wilson Bryan Key after he published his books on subliminal advertising. A shame.

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Lonah Salpeter, Israeli athlete of Kenyan origin, after winning gold medal on 10,000m, is the first athlete in history to lose a race for failing to count the laps and stopping one lap before the end, at the 5,000m race. #Berlin #EuropeanChampionship2018

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“Snickers Bites” for French market adds the translation of bites (=bouchées) and not a single gazabo in 33 billion dollars annual sales Mars company realized that bites bouchées means “stopped-up dicks” in French… #marketing #whataretheypaidfor?

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Quand le géant de la restauration Mc Donald’s (27,5 milliards de dollars de chiffre d’affaires annuel) fait de la pub à la TV canadienne, ça donne « chocolat fondan »…

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Quand le géant Inditex (18 milliards d’euros de chiffre d’affaires annuel, devant H&M), propriétaire des magasins Bershka, fait des soldes en France, ça donne « Premiére Dèmarque »… M***! Payez-vous des gens qui savent écrire, quoi !

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Alors celle-là je ne vais pas la rater : le supergéant Google aux 110+ milliards de dollars de chiffre d’affaires annuel vous fait sa pub : « Inscrivez-vous maintenant et bénéficier de etc. » Payez-vous des gens qui savent écrire !

Publicité de Google sur le site de Le Monde : faites un effort, quand même. #orthographe (Rupert Barrow)

Ils n’ont pas assez d’argent !

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Faute d’orthographe sur les voitures de police au Mexique ! (Polícía! estatal) (Photo août 2018, source : le journal mexicain Reforma)

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Starbucks => Sturb X
for wankers only

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Anarchists drop IEDs here and there in Italy with little damage, but for a #GenoaBridgeCollapse you don’t need anarchists, you only need capitalists.

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Monsanto, which got massive product placement in film Treurgrond (2015) by Darrell Roodt has just been fined 289M dollars by a U.S. court for a terminally ill man’s cancer. A farmer. How many Boers and their workers suffer from Monsanto’s glyphosate? Just asking. As an aside, if you wish. [The film deals with farm murders in today’s South Africa, a phenomenon often described as the racially motivated targetting of White farmers by Black gangs.]

Monsanto is bad publicity for the Boers.

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“Delights of Islam… I fell in love with veiled eyes.” Timothy Leary, High Priest, 1968.

Turn on, Tune in, Drop out.

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Explain to me how come, after the previous generation’s #LSD craze, millions and millions of Westerners turning on with lysergic acid, the Western world is still as cramped as ever, even more so.

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Koevoet South-African counter-insurgency unit in South-West Africa during the Border War (Grensoorlog) – When dumb Israelis show you Arabs in their army so, they say, Israel isn’t an apartheid state… #rubbish

Koevoet

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The Federal Islamic Republic of the Comoros (1978-1989) supported the Union of South Africa allowing her to foil the international arms embargo through Comoros and to use the archipelago as a logistic base for military operations in Mozambique and Angola. #BobDenard

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Somalia: 2 Al-Shabaab fighters killed by U.S. military in an airstrike in the north of Kismayo. (ESISC)

2 Al-Shabaab fighters killed by U.S. hillbilitary.

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Ich sage: Es reicht! Wie viele Opfer soll diese Asylpolitik noch kosten? #Offenburg (Alice Weidel, AfD)

Mannn musss nichtt mit Messssern Scheisss treibben! #Offenburg

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And now, ladies and gentlement, top European country for homicide is… RUSSIA! the fondling of European Islamophobes and other rightwingers! 15,561 intentional homicides in 2016, 43 per day, 10.82/100.000 inhabitants! #Putin (Wkpd List of countries by intentional homicide rate)

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Big Brother is a control freak.

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Imran et Bushra

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Imran Khan’s wife number three. It’s like we’ve gone back to the Middle Ages! (Seema Goswami)

French colonialist occupation propaganda in Algeria had the same discourse exactly [about the veil].

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“Islamic veil is oppression of women.” Position of French authorities #NiqabBan 👎 #BigBrother

Bushra Bibi: “Prior to her marriage with Imran Khan, she had been his spiritual mentor (murshid).” (Wkpd) He married his oppressed mentor!

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Shaivist sadhus of India celebrate Imran Khan’s election in Pakistan and the niqab of First Lady Bushra Bibi with amazing feats of penis yoga!

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Is it true, as petty-bourgeois scholars claim, that common sense believes in freewill? No, the proletariat doesn’t believe in free will. Psychologists as a whole are not even able to aptly describe the content of common sense, in front of which they so vehemently posit their own science. Proletarians have never believed in free will.

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To the nations with working weeks longer than 35 hours, in the name of the world proletariat: You will know the taste of nuclear storm.

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Selon Charles Maurras, on peut dire que Dreyfus n’a pas été « condamné parce que juif » mais innocenté parce que juif. [Voir mon billet Dreyfus innocent ?]

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Strindberg’s Hollow Earth (Concave Earth) quote [again, see Tw6]

Att jorden kunde vara konkav, visar sig vid luftsegling, då horisonten följer ballongen, han må stiga aldrig så högt; likaså med hafshorizonten, som alltid är i jämnhöjd med ögat, äfven om man stiger uppåt en höjd å stranden.” (En Blå Bok, 1907) Translation: “That the earth may be concave is shown by balloon flight, as the horizon always follows the balloon no matter how high it goes, and likewise with sea horizon, which remains at eyes’ level even if one steps up a mound on the beach.”

If the man was an idiot, then stop calling him a genius.

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Denmark was the first country in the world to legalize pornography in 1969 and now they say niqab is a danger to their culture. Sure, when porn is your culture! #StoptheNiqabBanInDenmark

Niqab is a danger to Denmark’s culture all right because Denmark’s culture is pornography, the vilification of women.

What a brilliant homage to free CUNTries! [This last tweet was in reply to some guy who later, not being able to endure the strength of my reasoning, blocked me after he had wanted to contradict me. I must rephrase his objections from memory as I can’t read his tweets now that he has blocked me. He was saying that porn is legal in all free countries, hence my applauding his homage to free countries.

Then he said that ‘‘most of us’’ do not have a problem with sex and that ‘‘maybe’’ I should consider leaving Europe as I can’t stand women’s emancipation.]

Porn is not sex but sex for money. Don’t you see the difference? You may argue that sex for money is still sex, all right but the question isn’t how people view sex but how they view sex for money. Given your tweet I assume you aren’t familiar with the views of feminism, which is funny for someone claiming to be concerned with women’s condition.

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They say Israel has the right to live and defend herself. It is entirely wrong. According to the very compacts of international law, a colonialist state is a barbarity and has no right to live at all.

They say Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East. How is it relevant? Britain, France and other colonialist states were democracies and yet they had to stop being colonial powers. Israeli democracy’s colonialism be damned.

Israel somehow continues to exist anyway. (DrBankrupcy)

Even if, coming from Israel, there was such things as purely defensive actions, they would still be criminal offences according to the sacred law of the united nations.

That sounds like a law worth ignoring if someone is Israeli. (DrBankrupcy)

It is a fact that Israel ignores the law of the united nations, which is precisely the reason why this nation is a reprobate. Your small-talk witticisms notwithstanding.

The United Nations cannot enforce its laws, and therefore these laws don’t count for much. Disagree? Ask Crimeans,  Syrians, Rohingya etc. (DrBankrupcy)

In the present state of international affairs, still mired in darkness and barbarity, it is up to anybody to draw the consequences of the dictamina of international law, the common law of the united nations, and in the present case it means, among other things, #BDS.

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« Paris : agression antisémite sur le pont Alexandre III »

Nos invités répondent à la question : Pourquoi l’empereur Alexandre III était-il antisémite ?

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When people go through traumatic events because of someone they may choose the most severe form of punishment as revenge, well then “the most severe form of punishment” should be lifetime imprisonment not taking away someone’s life which I consider to be sacred. (Sultan Al-Qassemi)

Definition of the sacred is that its violation calls the severest form of punishment. As one punishment is severer than lifetime imprisonment, no other punishment than capital punishment is conceivable for homicide if human life is held sacred.

[Which is to tell Mr Al-Qassemi, although I preferred to let him infer it by himself, that I deny he is holding human life sacred, as I deny those so-called lenient penal systems of ours, like the French, hold anything sacred. As a matter of fact, nothing is sacred to them.]

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« Je demande des efforts aux Français », déclare Édouard Philippe (Premier ministre) (BFMTV)

Les travailleurs français doivent faire des efforts pour parvenir aux salaires de misère et longues journées de travail, à l’exploitation infâme des travailleurs chinois, sinon les capitalistes français ne peuvent pas faire de profits. Des questions ?

Prolegomena to the Ultimate System of Philosophy (or Tweetantho 10)

The first part presents tweets from Nov-Dec 2017, the second part is older tweets that were omitted in my previous anthologies and that on second thought I want to publish on my blog.

Nov-Dec 2017

Do you think hashtagging mass shooters’ names like #KevinJansonNeal or #StephenPaddock or #ScottOstrem or #DevinPatrickKelley will provoke attention-seeking shootings? Explain why you think so.

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1/ I think straight workers suffer more than gay bosses in this world.

2/ X: I’m a worker and I’m gay. Me: Yeah? What are you doing for your fellow workers?

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#AddParenthesesRuinAFilm The Sound of (Elevator) Music (Peter Grant, ‘Author of the popular Stinky Stories’)

Thinking about that movie would actually spoil my enjoying the music in the elevator.

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My working-class friends and Salvador Dali have one commonality: Contrary to art critics, they are aware today’s painters don’t know their job. (Cf Les Cocus du vieil art moderne)

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#IlovetheWayYou

fancy being funny

are trying, while talking, to open that chocolate box I’ve brought and the box ends up in shreds.

always say the most awkward things at parties, dear, but don’t you try my patience too much.

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Uncle Zim

1 /Mugabe has his good side. He once called Tony Blair and Britons “gay gangsters,” which is very accurate.

2/ Mugabe’s paramilitary were called the Green Bombers and that’s cool. First thing next spring I buy me a green bomber jacket.

3/Defiant Mugabe vows to stay on (BBC)

#ImWithZim

4/

Uncle Zim
You’re the life of this country
Without you it’s all dust again over the desert extent
Black grandees there will be yes:
Black lustered Chesterfields where multinationals’ bosses will be sitting.

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A scientist is a specialist. Another name for a specialist is a manic. Manics belong to the loony bin.

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I wonder if I am truly insane how I would know that. (Wednesday’s Child)

Besides, the institution’s policy is to not contradict your delusions.

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#MyFiveYearPlan Buy a Principality somewhere and then maybe Australia. (Wednesday’s Child)

Australia is not for sale as it is the inviolable property of the Dutch.

That would be news.

History can be news. [See Tweet Anthology 6 here: The Truth About New Holland (A Dialogue)]

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#QuestionsForAMan How do you feel about earning less than any woman in my Glorious Revolution? (Wednesday’s Child)

As a Christian convinced there’s a Chosen People of which I’m no part, I am fit for any kind of abject subservience whatsoever.

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Silicon Sycophants and Twitter: It was found in labs that compliments, although knowingly made by bots/computers/screens, light on a little light in the reward system of our brains… & now we’re swamped by bot flattery.

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More people die from alcohol than from guns in USA. Why do you ask for gun control and not for Prohibition?

Gun control is opposed to Socialism. For all Socialist thinkers that I know, a standing army is a parasitic scourge and Socialism is by definition the armed people.

The first decree of the Commune was the eradication of the standing army and its replacement by the armed people.” (Karl Marx, The Civil War in France, quoted by Lenin in The State and Revolution)

The disarming of the workers was the first commandment for the bourgeois, who were at the helm of the state” (Friedrich Engels, preface to Marx’s The Civil War in France, quoted by Lenin in The State and Revolution) => Bourgeois Gun Control [See also Ernesto Cardenal’s experience in revolutionary Cuba, in Tweetantho 9 here]

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#AlcoholIn4Words

The Reason Islam Wins (because Islam prohibits alcohol)

Islam will rule over you, wino kafirs. You’ll pay the kafir tax and jumbo heavy boozer taxes.

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The reason why it takes some time for driverless cars to pervade our environment right now is not technology but legal matters: In case of accident, who’s legally responsible?

And how does an AI taxi decide who to injure in an unavoidable collision?

Yes, maybe a machine can make such decisions, and the only criterion I can think of is minimizing the body count. As to a human driver, he probably can’t think much before crashing on the right or crashing on the left…

On the other hand, if AI is that efficient, the car may choose to hit a group of 5 rather than a group of 2 if it can predict the impact will only injure the 5 but kill the 2…

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Yes. Now my Followers outstrip my Following. This is the natural order of things. (Wednesday’s Child)

Let’s say one number shows how popular you are and the other number shows how curious you are. Which one shows you’re an interesting person?

I want to know how you would answer the same riddle.

I guess curious people are intelligent, whereas people may be popular for many reasons, good or bad. Of course, my assumption on these two numbers is incorrect. The main reason some follow a lot of people is that they want a lot of followers. Not the main reason: in fact, the only reason.

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On the so-called Common Era. Are you telling me it’s more respectful of others to call the era starting with the birth of a Galilean “common” (to everyone)? That looks like awful cultural imperialism to me! The so-called Common Era is no more common than the Muslim Era or the Buddhist Era or any other Era. Stop the nonsense.

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Children in single-parent families by race (U.S. 2015): Black 66%, American Indian 52%, Latino 42%, White 25%, Asian 16%. 1 white kid out of 4 is a pretty high figure too, if you think of it.

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US President Donald Trump receives Bahrain’s crown prince at the White House; promises a $9bn deal with Arab country. (Press TV)

Is U.S. a free enterprise country? Business deals are made by politicos and diplomats. Not competition, but connections is the key word. [Competition persists somewise, for the small fry.]

[As was already perceived by Lenin: ‘’Finance capital has created the epoch of monopolies, and monopolies introduce everywhere monopolist methods: the utilization of ‘connections’ for profitable transactions takes the place of competition on the open market.’’ (Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism, 1917) One hundred years later we are still stuck in the highest stage of capitalism… It’s depressing.]

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You vote for politicos #AddSpanishImproveAnything

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Don’t expect too many respectable married women to join the ROSEARMY [actress Rose McGowan’s movement for improving awareness of concealed sexual harassment and sexual crimes]. As their children’s thriving depends not a little on their father’s unblemished reputation, they’ll stand to their man like ferocious she-wolves, no matter what he did.

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American casualties in Vietnam War (dead): 58,209. US population in 1961: 183.7M, hence 91.85M males, of which above 19 years old: 56.25M. Makes 1 adult American male out of 1.000 – dead in Vietnam War (a war lost by US).

American casualties in WWII (dead; military and civilian): 419,400. US population in 1941: 133.4M, hence 66.7M males of which (applying same ratio as 1961) 40.92M above 19 yrs old. Makes 1 per cent, 10 per 1.000 American adult males dead in WWII.

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Older Tweets

I’m tired of being a hard-working man. (Nov 2016)

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John Bolton… Weird name… for a neocon. (Dec 2016)

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Reality Check: @AJUpFront reveals how Obama’s immigration policies have led to millions of deportations. (Al Jazeera English)

Deporter-in-Chief” ‘s both supporters and detractors think he’s been immigration-friendly. Completely misjudged by both friends and foes. How is it just possible??? [Yet it was possible.]

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Except for the clenched fist, Trump’s hand gestures are subtly effete. Most people don’t perceive the dissonnance consciously. His subliminal hermaphroditism has made Donald Trump win.

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Everyone commented on whom Trump nominated as ambassador to Israel, but only a few commented on Rex Tillerson as head of the Department of State. Tillerson is the oil lobby. Historically, the oil lobby has been the major, perhaps the sole counterbalance to AIPAC on U.S. foreign policy, because the oil lobby doesn’t want U.S. to alienate Arab countries altogether. When the Zionists want to say U.S. foreign policy is biased, they say it is dictated by the oil lobby, meaning that it is not pro-Israel enough, that too much attention is given to Arab demands. But the media kept silent on the meaning of Tillerson’s nomination, so people won’t support him and he can fall any time in the general indifference.

[With Saudi Arabia’s new stand on the Middle East affairs, this comment of mine may already have lost a good deal of relevance.]

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These Arab leaders [faced with Zionism] are all talk and no action.

While the Israeli left have been so effectual, haven’t they?

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Let it be known from the outset that Mexican immigrants are “just another brick in the Wall.”

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Church attendance and mass-media consumption makes you a double sucker.

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Even on a heap of gold you can live like a dog.

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The aim of most anti-Trump protestors is to get their first date.

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Nietzsche said a passion for history is a crippling one.

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Trump is not restricting the press, only calling them b*stards, which they are.

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Business mouthpieces –read: the media– are all for cheap-labor immigration and, of course, government assuming the costs.

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I stopped listening [President Trump’s joint address to Congress] at the “unbreakable alliance with the state of Israel.” No state ought to be given blank check. Wrong message to the world! Make Israel a state of the US, if that’s the idea, or treat it like any other state, please.

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Remember the “rooster dance” from Chinese PLA [People’s Liberation Army] soldiers? Here comes the dress rehearsal. (People’s Daily, China)

Why are they doing this? It’s insane. You’ve got some real whackos at PLA command, I tell you. Scary. Take off the guns from these nuts.

[Of course, the aim of this clownish ‘rooster dance’ is to sugarcoat for the feeble-minded the repressive nature of the army.]

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Israeli TV Host Denounces Treatment Of Palestinians: ‘Apartheid Has Been Here For Ages’ (Nation of Islam Research Group)

He can say that without being called an antisemite, while you can’t. Your not being a Jew puts you at risk, on some topics, to be called an antisemite –if that’s of any consequence– whereas being a Jew makes the label rather irrelevant.

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The problem is that the art world has been a bastion of the left forever. Why should taxpayers fund it? (Kevin McDonald)

How do you account for this? Is it because people on the right have no taste?

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Remember Zionist Jonah Goldberg: “Why wasn’t Assange garroted in his hotel room years ago?” (Chicago Tribune)

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Judge Gorsuch will be sworn in at the Rose Garden of the White House on Monday at 11:00 A.M. (POTUS) (April 2017)

Ah, Rose Garden, Saadi, Gulistan…

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Since the American airstrike on Syria I sense the climate in U.S. has considerably warmed for the President… This is appeasement.

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Not invade a country [Syria] because Ivanka [Trump’s daughter] cried at some pictures.

I can show her pictures of a few Yemeni children if she likes pictures.

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Remember, there’s no shortage of important work that can be done only by humans. (MITSloan Mgmt Review)

Who told you humans wanted to do these jobs?

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Black people live in the “ghetto.” But Jewish intellectual Allan Bloom objected to their using the word, because the Jewish ghetto was… cultured. (April 2017)

[I can’t tell whether Allan Bloom said such callous things only in private or not, as my source is the book of memories Ravelstein (2000) written by his friend the Nobel Prize Saul Bellow, who quotes him saying (I must quote in French as I read it in that language) : ‘’Les Juifs du ghetto avaient une sensibilité hautement développée, un courage civilisé – des milliers d’années de formation. Ils avaient des communautés et des lois. « Ghetto » est un terme de pisse-copie ignorant. Ce n’est pas d’un ghetto qu’ils viennent, c’est d’un ramdam bruyant, aveugle et nihiliste.’’]

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The most beautiful city in the world (Paris)

Blow it: make it a livable, comfy place, not a museum. Signed: A Parisian.

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Given that President Evo Morales has banned the Rothschild bank, if Macron is elected will the President of France be able to travel to Bolivia? Think about it.

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Remember the Battle of Puebla and Mexico’s anti-slavery roots. On this day in 1862, Mexico struck a blow against white empire. #CincodeMayo

An outrage to every Moulin Rouge and Crazy Horse artiste and champagne supplier.

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Schopenhauer had a phrase for Western Civilization, he called it “foetor judaicus,” the Jewish stench.

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Euphemisms for “animals” in research departments: Neurophysiology: preparations Ecology: systems Psychology: Ss Medicine: models Any more? (Richard Dawkins)

How many have you vivisected yourself? [No answer.]

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Here’s (More) Evidence Testosterone Makes Men Dumber (NYMag)

As reaching high social status boosts one’s testosterone, then becoming a big man makes one dumber.

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If a Pontifex doesn’t have a grim face, then he must be doing naughty things behind closed doors…

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Last night a DirtyJ saved my life…

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Love is real, by John Lennon, sounds very much like Love Israel when you think of it. I’ve stopped humming it.

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The very idea that the British tried to convert worthy Hindus to Anglicanism gives me the shudder. Luckily that was a total failure. Cf Schopenhauer.

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I have an ancestor called Sheikh Qadhib, which could mean sword or penis. (Sultan Al-Qassemi)

My beurette girlfriend calls me Kabir Qadhib.

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The president of the EU commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, reminds Donald Trump of the legal technicalities of the Paris Climate Agreement. (June 2017)

“I’m a Transatlanticist, whatever that means. That means nothing but it means everything.” Couldn’t be clearer. Be warned.

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Je suis Charlie Qatar. #QatarCrisis

As UAE is expelling Qatari citizens, UAE citizens will be expelled from Qatar, some of them losing a livelihood. What is Emirati authorities’ plan for them? No plan, I guess. The authoritarian decision isn’t supported by Gulf populations, which haven’t been consulted and won’t be allowed to speak out.

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Thank God, no terror attack in France today during national election. How could media cover both election’s results and the attack?

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When I see gypsies begging with children I am appalled; it’s like my country’s government never heard of robachicos abducting children to exploit them. In backwater France, the government lets gypsy women beg with babies in the street. Who are these babies? They could be abductees, for all we know. So many child abductions and yet the French government lets gipsy women beg with children at the foot of the Eiffel Tower!

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How can I be sure my wife’s employer won’t ask her to lift her niqab in the backroom?

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Schopenhauer thought whites were “whitened blacks” while Darwin thought blacks were “blackened whites.”

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Dentists have a lousy job (that pays well); they turn to politics whenever they can. Spending the whole day on filthy mouths… I’d rather be a bum.

I can be brutally frank because I use English and I think my dentist won’t read it and won’t pull out all my teeth in retaliation.

Films The Dentist (1996) & The Dentist 2 (1998) by Brian Yuzna are good, funny approaches of this… sensitive topic.

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Congress should enjoy no exemptions in any area differing from an American citizen. (James Woods)

People voting for Congress means people have no power on Congress. See what I mean?

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I like Twitter coz they never know it’s u clicking so u can boost ur own private stats clicking like mad on ur own tweets!