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Someone remind me, why was the Watergate affair such a big deal? Oh, a runnin...
- 2018-07-22T13:59:34+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-22T13:59:34+0000
Someone remind me, why was the Watergate affair such a big deal? Oh, a running president wiretapped the opposition during the campaign? And why are those who did the same thing to Trump not in serious trouble, fired or jailed?

Little doubt FBI & DOJ misled courts in Carter Page probe Trump on FISA files

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- 2018-07-22T14:09:24+0000
Someone will say, oh, but Trump was suspected of having contacts with the Russians. No he wasn't - in fact, the entire story started when Hillary's campaign figured out it would be a good idea to spread this as rumors and even paid for the creation of the "Steele dossier". So basically the same group of people invented the Russia connection and then had it "investigated". It's actually much, much worse than Watergate. It's outright treason, an attack on the constitution and the way government and judiciary are supposed to work. Essentially, it's an attempt to prevent the people of America in electing their own president, and then trying to prevent this president from doing his job, by fabricating reason after reason why he isn't really the president so they are allowed to oppose him.
America's state of government at the moment is something one can normally see during the early stages of a civil war, where one part of the country claims the government is illegitimate and breaks off. I've seen this in Croatia between 1990 and mid-1991. Yugoslavia formally existed and Belgrade was formally in charge, but that existed only on paper. In reality, Belgrade couldn't implement anything.
- 2018-07-22T14:25:09+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-22T14:27:31+0000
Another thing that's popular in America today is to suggest that everybody who doesn't want ww3 with Russia is working for Putin. Beside this being obviously nonsensical (if Putin tries to have people not want a nuclear war, what's actually wrong with Putin?), what's the actual claim? That everybody who has an opinion that differs from that of the CIA and its hired scum works for Putin? The actual problem is that the CIA controls most of the politicians and the media in the "western world", and, unfortunately, everywhere else, except for China and, in part, Russia. The Russians have some media presence in form of RT and Sputnik, and those became popular exactly because they are the only semblance of free press that we actually have - everything else is CIA controlled and spouts utter nonsense that fails to bear even the slightest bit of intellectual scrutiny.
The problem is, I've seen this kind of paranoia before, in SFR Yugoslavia, where they had labels for people who asked uncomfortable questions, and being labelled "counter-revolutionary", "reactionary", "opposing brotherhood and unity of our nations and nationalities" or something similar



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- 2018-07-22T17:33:12+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-22T17:33:12+0000
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I assembled the rant into the blog post, it makes more sense there.
- 2018-07-22T14:45:23+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-22T14:45:23+0000
I assembled the rant into the blog post, it makes more sense there.

America and the symptoms of breakdown | Danijel Turina blog

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The usual way a witcher earns money is to go to the notice board in a village...
- 2018-07-21T19:38:52+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-21T19:38:52+0000
The usual way a witcher earns money is to go to the notice board in a village and see if there are open contract for local monsters, agree on a price, slay the beast and pick up the reward. However, I have a very fun and eco-friendly way of making much more money: I call it bandit farming, or bandit harvesting. Essentially, there are always groups of bandits near the settlements, in forests and caves, and I go around, kill them, pick up their weapons and other gear, and sell it to whatever blacksmith that offers the best prices. It's a shame I can't earn money this way in real life: find total assholes, kill them, sell their stuff and listen to the expressions of gratitude from the nearby folk. :)
The usual way a witcher earns money is to go to the notice board in a village and see if there are open contract for local monsters, agree on a price, slay the beast and pick up the reward. However, I have a very fun and eco-friendly way of making much more money: I call it bandit farming, or bandit harvesting. Essentially, there are always groups of bandits near the settlements, in forests and caves, and I go around, kill them, pick up their

The usual way a witcher earns money is to go to the notice board in a village and see if there are open contract for local monsters, agree on a price, slay the beast and pick up the reward. However, I have a very fun and eco-friendly way of making much more money: I call it bandit farming, or bandit harvesting. Essentially, there are always groups of bandits near the settlements, in forests and caves, and I go around, kill them, pick up their

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- 2018-07-21T10:47:11+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-21T10:47:11+0000
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I took a few screenshots. :)
- 2018-07-21T19:18:02+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-21T19:18:02+0000
I took a few screenshots. :)

Velen sunsets

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The leak sounds intentional.
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- 2018-07-21T10:41:50+0000
Intentional as in ... Look what we have for you Murican motherfuckers!? If so, wouldnt you think that Putins announcement in March wasnt enough?!
- 2018-07-21T12:09:45+0000
+Ermin Hasičević It just feels that way, like that previous "leak" where they showed the underwater drone. It's the kind of "mistake" that just doesn't normally happen, and it all looks too neatly arranged. Honestly, I think they are fucking with the Americans in complex ways, counting on effects that are probably not linear or one-dimensional.




I don't know what they are doing with these "negotiations"? CIA...
- 2018-07-20T11:20:10+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-20T11:20:10+0000
I don't know what they are doing with these "negotiations"? CIA is making sure that the relations get to the point where war is the only "honorable" solution, and the Russians must know that. Who is this for?

Flip-flopping Trump vows to be Putins worst enemy if US-Russia relationship doesnt pan out

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Honestly, if this is not sufficient evidence that America is in a state of co...
- 2018-07-17T16:14:35+0000 - Updated: 2018-07-17T16:14:35+0000
Honestly, if this is not sufficient evidence that America is in a state of cold civil war, than I don't know what to say. A significant percentage of its citizens reject their own democratic process, denouncing it as foreign-controlled, they denounce their own president for various imaginary reasons, they denounce their own constitution and laws, and they basically hate everything about their own country, all the while urging this very country into a major conflict with a nuclear superpower.

Denial & guilt: US liberals collectively lose their minds over #Treasonsummit

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- 2018-07-20T19:04:00+0000
Itd be kind of nice that the cold civil war turns eventually into the hot one for them. The idea of Muricans bashing shit out of each other seems a way lot of attractive than what we have right now when they annoy and bash the shit out of the rest of the world.



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