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  1. M1ch@el Member

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    I think French should be more afraid of Blackrock...

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    BlackRock CEO Demands Ukraine is Used to Accelerate Introduction of Government-Controlled Digital Currency

    The CEO of BlackRock thinks the war in Ukraine and the events surrounding it could be used to accelerate the adoption of digital money controlled by central banks.

    Along with Vanguard and State Street, Blackrock is considered one of the “Big Three” index fund managers that dominate corporate America, and ultimately the world.

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    World's perverse "elite" arrive in Davos in private jets and luxury cars to lecture you about climate change.


    U.S. Military is a World Leader in Pollution and Wasteful Use of Fossil Fuels

    by Sandra Folzer, Weavers Way Environment Committee.

    Who is the world’s greatest polluter? I asked my partner, who responded, “Cattle?” “Airlines?” “Agriculture?” They’re all good answers, but the correct one is the U.S. military.

    We do not hear about the Armed Forces’ record as a polluter because they make getting data difficult. As part of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, the United States insisted on an exemption for reporting military emissions. But according to the global business news website Quartz, if our military were a country, its fuel usage alone would make it the 47th largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world.

    As the world’s biggest polluter, our armed forces create 750,000 tons of toxic waste every year in the form of depleted uranium, oil, jet fuels, pesticides, defoliants, lead and other chemicals, according to MintPress News. MPN reports that almost 900 of the 1,200 Superfund sites in this country are abandoned military sites.

    Our military uses almost 21 billion liters of fuel every year, more than the carbon emissions of Denmark, according to According to Newsweek, in 2017 the military emitted more than 25,000 kilotons of carbon dioxide by burning fuels.
    In 2014, Former United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon was quoted as saying, “The environment has long been a silent casualty of war and armed conflict. From the contamination of land and the destruction of forest to the plunder of natural resources and the collapse of management systems, the environmental consequences of war are often widespread and devastating.”

    Damage from the military is alarming. Last year, the city of Tucson, AZ sued 3M, claiming the Air Force contractor had been dumping industrial solvent trichloroethylene (TCE) into the water table for 29 years. Its actions caused over 1,350 residents to suffer from cancer and other illnesses.
    In May 2017, U.S. Naval Air Station Oceana in Norfolk, Va. spilled 84,000 gallons of jet fuel into the waterway. Nine military personnel were disciplined as a result.
    From 1953 to 1987, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina contaminated the groundwater with harmful chemicals at concentrations far above those permitted by safety standards. As a result, an undetermined number of servicemen contracted cancer and other ailments.

    In Colfax, LA, the military burns explosives and munitions waste several times a day with no environmental emissions control and has been doing so for decades. The military had previously burned explosives in Minden, LA, but the residents complained, so the burning was moved to Colfax.

    The military tries to decrease its carbon footprint by increasing renewable electric generators on the bases. Long before climate change became a popular topic, they were considering the effects of climate change. The U.S. Navy Task Force Climate Change initiative was working to prepare for global shifts in sea levels and warming ocean temperatures, but was quietly shut down last year.

    We need to reduce the Pentagon’s budget in order to reduce their pollution and flagrant use of fossil fuels. When politicians talk of increasing the military budget to “keep America safe,” they are actually making our country less safe. And the military’s pollution and waste of resources affects climate change.
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    Just wanted to dox harold hyman

    The cover of this CIA guy is to be a prostitute on french tv, please usa keep your jerks ! Don't try to manipulate a sovereign population !


    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.9)]WikiLeaks : pourquoi Julian Assange est soupçonné de liens avec la Russie[/COLOR]

    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.8)]Par Yves Eudes[/COLOR]Publié le 13 janvier 2019 à 17h03 - Mis à jour le 11 avril 2019 à 12h19
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    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.8)]MÉGA-PIXELSLe procureur spécial Robert Mueller, chargé d’enquêter sur l’ingérence de la Russie dans les élections américaines de 2016, s’intéresse de près au fondateur de WikiLeaks.[/COLOR]
    A ses débuts, Julian Assange, patron du site WikiLeaks, était considéré comme l’ennemi de tous les pouvoirs, notamment étatiques. Mais à partir de la publication en 2010 de centaines de milliers de documents secrets américains, sa cible prioritaire devient le gouvernement des Etats-Unis. Très vite, dès 2012, ses détracteurs vont insinuer, puis proclamer, que son hostilité envers l’Amérique le pousse inexorablement à se rapprocher de sa grande adversaire traditionnelle, la Russie.
    Au printemps 2012, la situation de Julian Assange devient critique : installé en Angleterre, il se bat pour échapper à un mandat d’arrêt lancé par la justice suédoise, qui veut l’entendre à la suite de deux plaintes pour abus sexuels. En attendant, il est assigné à résidence avec couvre-feu et port d’un bracelet électronique. Il nie les accusations des deux femmes, et affirme que la Suède ne serait qu’une première étape avant une extradition vers les États-Unis, qui veulent le juger pour espionnage. Or, ses recours juridiques devant la justice anglaise vont bientôt s’épuiser, et tout indique que son départ forcé pour la Suède est imminent.
    Pour ne pas tomber dans l’oubli, il doit continuer à occuper la scène médiatique. Pour cela, il accepte une offre inattendue : Russia Today, la chaîne de télévision internationale financée par le pouvoir russe, l’engage comme présentateur pour une émission politique hebdomadaire. En trois mois, Assange interviewe pour Russia Today une vingtaine de personnalités, allant du chef du Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, au néoconservateur américain David Horowitz. Il reçoit aussi dans son émission le président équatorien Rafael Correa, qui, dès juin 2012, lui permettra d’aller se réfugier dans l’ambassade d’Équateur à Londres pour échapper à l’extradition.
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  8. M1ch@el Member

    go sell your shit to the church of scientology fucking vietnamese capitalist bot !
    And don't forget
    Xuống địa ngục
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    A great leader of a country who loves its people, no matter if he's the leader of USA, Russia or another country, does not send the youth or reservists to be massacred and sacrified for the financial interests of the richest families of this planet.

    Vlad, your denazification op is a success, it is time now for negotiations, referendums, democracy and peace ! Joe and Vlad, if you want to go to war, play call of duty, if you want to play mobsters, play GTA VI ASSHOLES ! Let people of the world live in peace and happiness ! And don't play with nuclear YOU irresponsible monkeys !

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    Afanasy Afanasevich Fet


    I wake. Yes, it's a coffin lid.-With effort
    I reach my hands out and I call
    For help. Yes, I recall the tortures
    Of dying.-Yes, this is no dream!-
    And without effort, like a spider web
    I push aside my casket's rotting wood

    And stand. How bright the winter light appears
    In the crypt's doorway! Can I doubt it?-
    I see the snow. The crypt's without a door.
    It's time to head for home. How stunned they'll be!
    I know this park, I cannot lose my way.
    But oh how different it looks now!

    I hurry. Snowdrifts. Frigid boughs
    Of dead trees poke deep into the sky,
    There are no tracks or sounds. It's still.
    The realm of death in an enchanted world.
    And here's my home. But what decay!
    I'm shocked by this heartbreaking sight.

    The village sleeps beneath a snowy blanket,
    There is no path in all the boundless steppe.
    Yes, there it is: upon a far-off hill
    I see the ancient belfry of the church.
    A frozen traveler in the whirling snow,
    It stands out clear against the cloudless span.

    No winter birds or midges dot the snow.
    I understand: the earth has long lain chill
    And dead. For whom do I conserve
    The breath within my chest? To whom did death
    Return me? What's my mind
    Connected to? And what's its final purpose?

    Where shall I go if there is no one to embrace?
    And time has lost itself in space?
    O, Death, return! And hasten to assume
    The fatal burden of this final life.
    And you, stiff corpse of earth take flight
    And bear my corpse on the eternal path!

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