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🦅 /USApol/ 🗽 United States Politics 🏈 Anonymous 01/19/2021 (Tue) 00:28:13 No. 1297157
>>1323644 lmao this cope
women should not openly breastfeed, they should limit this to women only or private spaces they should also not speak in public or generally be about without a male guardian. I'm sorry if this hurts your "feelings"
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>women should not openly breastfeed, they should limit this to women only or private spaces >they should also not speak in public or generally be about without a male guardian. I'm sorry if this hurts your "feelings"
>>1323647 bro, women have no "feelings"
>>1323657 I am not addressing women, they do not know how to read anyway
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>>1323644 It's the whole "mommy" thing that we're cringing at, especially considering your first thought upon seeing a mother breastfeeding her baby is sexualization, but OK, you're totally pwning the libs.
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>>1323674 oh lawd he just can't stop simpin'
>>1323665 right
>>1323667 breastfeeding in public should be banned precisely because it is the single thing less sexy ever.
>>1323680 It should be legal because it's not sexy, but it is very cute.
>>1323683 >it is very cute pepe_disgust.jpg
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>>1323647 Bunkerbros, how are we going to solve the Puritan Question?
>>1323691 Funniest thing you've posted lol
If you stop replying to him he'll eventually get bored, quit taking the bait for lord's sake
>>1323692 Massive public orgies.
>>1323647 It sounds like your feelings are hurt by women asserting themselves as full human beings
>>1323692 by decoupling sex from sin and shame
>>1323698 >women >human beings pick one
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>>1323680 Wrong all public drinking fountains will be replaced with real breasts filled with breast milk.
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>>1323711 Laced with LSD
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>1323731 <Why is any sense of community dead?
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>>1323394 Reactionaries are so far gone they're literally jokes from a Shrek movie. Like I keep saying, capitalist society has rotten to the point that a revolution isn't just an issue of class war, but civilization fighting off ghouls who have wormed themselves into all positions of power.
Talking to liberals I realized that a lot of "radlibs" literally can't understand socialism while professing to be such. They fall into red vs. blue and assume elizabeth warren is their friend. They have no concept of "class consciousness" or that most/all of the rich may be more or less working together. >>1323012 >trump fiasco You are actually delusional and that's funny. >>1323027 Those people are literally trump supporters you fucking moron. Trump supporters are the "if you tax me then give me some fucking services instead of sending it to mexico" types.
>>1323031 The common man had Trump, you're just too up your ass to see you can socialize MAGA because you want it to be 1918 instead of accepting it's 2021. That's okay. Socialism is coming, faglet.
>>1323786 The common man had the phantasm of Trump. Remember that Obama himself was also elected on vague promises to halt military adventurism, roll back NAFTA, attack employers of illegal aliens, do single-payer healthcare, etc. Americans on the left, right, and center have been voting against the neolibs/neocons continuously, but we haven't yet gotten an FDR-type in who's willing to keep those promises.
>>1323786 >Muh reel working class supports Trump >>1323789 >Muh immigrants taking our jobs >Implying FDR actually wanted to help people and wasn't a porky giving bare minimum concessions to prevent a revolution >Implying the US working class has even close to enough power to vote in socialism today >Muh left/right "populist" alliance Did you guys just drop in from r/stupidpol or have this recommended to you in the comments section of a Krystal and Saagar or Jimmy Dore video?
>>1323791 (me) *This place recommended to you
>>1323791 >implying support for trump didn't come from the same hope for change that drove voters to choose reject the continuity candidate every time before >unironically shilling for neoliberalism >abusing the existence of even more radical leftists pushing fdr leftward to ignore fdr's genuine commitment to his platform, especially with most of his own rank&file supporters being violently insurrectionist labor unionists And especially >Implying the US working class has even close to enough power to vote in socialism today You dumb motherfucker, did you read my pic? That is literally its exact complaint, politicians ignoring their own promises and betraying their voters. I've been here since well before the Sanders campaign you LARPing utopian triplenᎥɡɡer.
>>1323796 >>implying support for trump didn't come from the same hope for change that drove voters to choose reject the continuity candidate every time before Sorry, I was replying to the other guy, not you. >>unironically shilling for neoliberalism I wasn't, I actually oppose mass unrestricted immigration under capitalism. I think I saw the anon who you were replying to praise Trump, and then in my mind, I conflated you two and thought that your critique of mass immigration was some rightoid talking point, Sorry, that was an error on my part. >>abusing the existence of even more radical leftists pushing fdr leftward to ignore fdr's genuine commitment to his platform, especially with most of his own rank&file supporters being violently insurrectionist labor unionists Eh, I doubt that. I think it was more him caving into pressure than actually being a class traitor. he did say his greatest accomplishment was "saving capitalism" after all. Regardless, it happened decades ago and doesn't affect our material conditions today, so I don't really care. >>Did you read my pic? No, sorry, I didn't :( I'm tired as hell and really should be asleep instead of making impulsive posts on an Algerian Aardvark admiring forum. >politicians ignoring their own promises and betraying their voters. I think it's less that the politicians we have currently don't have good intentions, and more that even politicians with good intentions will get subsumed by capital, or if they resist then they can just have their next election be rigged against them or even be killed like Olof Palme was. >politicians ignoring their own promises and betraying their voters. Yeah sorry, we've been having a lot of newfrens lower the discussion quality here, so sometimes I overcompensate and think people are new when they aren't >triplenᎥɡɡer Haha what does this even mean :)
>>1323816 LOL sorry I think we're all a little on edge right now with the recent hotpocket drama >Haha what does this even mean :) One more than sanic
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>>1323647 >Women should not openly breastfeed, they should limit this to women only or private spaces >they should also not speak in public or generally be about without a male guardian. I'm sorry if this hurts your "feelings"
>>1323821 Yeah, I'm a little on edge too, btw thanks for clearing up the definition!
>>1323825 Dude,how did you get a picture of my grandma?
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>>1323825 I am sincerely terrified at the (IMHO very unlikely, but theoretically plausible) prospect of the Reagan-era neocon/muzzy alliance being revived from its post-9/11 slumber, and the Westoid aut-right then literally going for sharia instead of TradCath/neopagan LARPing. Especially if combined with another Reagan-era perversion, the "ominous alliance" founded on sex-negativity and moral panic, between Evangelical fundies on the right, and 3rd-wave feminazis on the "left".
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>>1323846 Why would you worry about that? It'll be just as cringy and non effective as their TradCath bullshit. All the American right knows is they want reactionary social conservative policies but have no way to square the circle. They have no way to sell it to the larger population and no real traditions to justify it. Its why they keep trying to rebrand themselves.
How many Americans know about the pentagon papers? I feel like it should've been talked about during the Snowden affairs
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>>1323927 I know fuck all about them, what's the juiciest revelations?
>>1323930 >millions have to leave the country [citation needed]
>>1323930 Didn't Hitler release a Rothschild back into the wild so much for being against the zog lmao
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>>1324131 Most rich and well-connected Jews didn't suffer from holocaust. Not only were they let go, they also received an "aryan pass" on other occasions. Not that it's surprising.
>>1324193 Even the fucking Holocaust disproportionately hit the poor and the left. No wonder Israel veered rightwards right after the start.
>>1324193 Got a source? That's hilarious.
>>1324225 >🌹 twitter First to the gulag.
Redpill me on Alaska. Any areas with a true left-wing wing presence or is it all magapede country?
>>1324225 She just needs one Republican, there's a decent chance at least one of the seven that voted for impeachment will do so.
>>1324249 >Redpill me on Alaska Very expensive, almost everything has to be shipped in.
>>1324249 Fairbanks is Trumptard central. Anchorage less so but still lots.
>>1323827 I know ALL THINGS, that which is, has been, and shall become. >>1323841 se ethe
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>>1324284 >podcast Worse than >>1324286 said, Chapo aren't just a grift, they are tenbux weird twatteratti. >small family restaurant Sure, if they're just family (i.e.: basically a coop), or at least aren't viciously exploiting sub-minimum-wage hires in borderline-illegal conditions.
>>1324284 You have my blessing if you were to break into and loot their studio in case riots restart. But you won't because reactionaries are chickenshit by nature and never take any real risks.
>>1324291 >*while people get banned for pointing out lesbian abuse stats* You people never take any real risks
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>>1324292 DAYUM NIGGA you get banned from anonymous messageboards? you one hardcore muthafucka
>>1324297 a small brize to bay for freedum :DDD >>1323394
>>1324284 >baww commies sometimes defend shitlibs Ahem *points to the friend/enemy distinction* :^)
>>1324207 no, because it's utter bullshit. there's still stolen stuff in Swiss vaults from the Holocaust, including rare works of art and jewelry that only the rich and "well-connected" would be able to acquire in the first place. just another anti-semite ML proving once again why "red fascist" is an apt descriptor for stalinists.
>>1324334 To add, the slander against Israel in that post is also ludicrous, due to the fact working class Jews flocked to Israel far in advance of their wealthier kin with something to lose and leave behind. This historical event remains salient today, resulting in the significant rightist political allegiance of today's European Jewry (most infamously in the UK.) compared to the leftist tendencies of diaspora Jewry outside Europe, as Europe's Jewish proletariat fled both to Israel and to elsewhere such as the USA.
>>1324339 >slander against Israel you need to go back
>>1324340 There's a lot to decry Israel for, but "its population's extraction is that of wealthy parasites" isn't one of them. The history of why and how Israel went wrong can not be reduced to anything so pithy.
>>1324344 >oops my imperialism went wrong no you have to go back
>>1324355 There were originally a variety of interests at play, including Zionist socialists who sought unity with the locals freeing them from the oppression of their Ottoman overlords, and incipient ethnic minority monarchs such as the Hashemites who sought to rule over the area in abstentia themselves. That Israel ended up the way it is, was neither inevitable nor simple.
>>1324292 lmao is this someone from here trolling, it's too perfect
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Does anyone have the full collection of these?
>>1324377 I honestly can't make heads nor tails of this one. Is it ironic? Is it actually saying that poisoning children is a good idea? Is it a contrarian LOLbert?
>>1324384 The poisoning of America's population through toxic household chemicals is largely responsible for the staunch conservatism of the population, so keeping the next generation of children retarded is a surefire way to maintain your voter base
So I went with my friend to his state college. Thought this will be fun time to party it up. Turned Into the stereotypical corner kid. I feel so blackpilled even talking... All feels empty. Well not much more to blog post enjoy the rest of your day anons.
>>1324450 >stereotypical corner kid the what now
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>>1297157 What does this video say about the modern USA
>>1324458 Oh that's the OG Wojak. But yeah I feel you. I would feel lonely and self-conscious about my lack of socializing, try to go to some party or similar event and regret every second. Rinse and repeat.
>>1324468 At some Point you become so unnormal you can't conceive being normal.
>>1324384 poisoning children is good if it's lethal so they won't suffer, but no, they have to torture them, make them chronically ill and destroyed.
>>1324466 that's not a kid, it's a nonce dwarf not even kidding
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>>1324643 This is TV-ads-for-900-numbers-baiting-kids-into-running-up-their-parents'-phone-bill-tier sleazy
>>1324466 lmao what the fuck, this looks like a skit
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<USA #1
Why is any and all discourse surrounding Jews so fucking unbelievably annoying? Unlike any other ethnicity, x person claims Zionism is bad and thirty blue check-marks all with ties to think tanks chime in and suddenly there's a think piece in the NYT about the "underlying anti-semitism of anti-Zionism". You've got rich white Jews claiming victimhood and demanding black comedians get fired for making a joke at Israels expense On one side you have right wing retards giving crybaby Jews ammunition to claim victimhood, and on the other you have Zionists claiming everything is antisemitism and together the two have fostered an environment where you just have to shut the fuck up and don't even mention Jews or Israel in any critical capacity
>>1324707 and they are under-counting it, life expectancy dropped by a whole year ffs
>>1323791 >Did you guys just drop in from r/stupidpol or have this recommended to you in the comments section of a Krystal and Saagar or Jimmy Dore video? I subscribe to all of these outlets.
>>1324798 such an obvious plant
Hot take: The Confederacy has the usurped the Union in a protracted campaign after the Union abolished slavery and in turn the property of the Confederacy. The Confederacy and its "old money" has sought to reclaim slavery and in turn their property. The Prison-Inustrial-Complex has been part of the protracted campaign of the Confederacy as well as the modern oppression of African-Americans in an attempt to cling and even reintroduce slavery and restore their property holdings.
>>1324824 >Hot take Not so much. America became more reactionary after the war, as a matter of fact. Secession would have been good and hygienic.
>>1324856 >Not so much. America became more reactionary after the war, as a matter of fact. Which war? WW1? WW2? >Secession would have been good and hygienic. The Union ought to have recognised it as a British and British proxy (le Leafland) ploy (the British supported the Confederacy) as well as the former slave traders, owners and their inheritors attempting to subvert the USA. As a sidenote, FDR was preparing for a confrontation with Britain and Canada (Plan Red) which perhaps FDR were aware of Confederate resurgence if it wasnt solely incidental.
What Is Bill Gates Up To? w/Max Blumenthal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvjwYgu1Mgg
>>1324858 take your meds
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>>1324751 It's starting to look like 90's Russia. We got 2 or 3 years tops
>>1324301 Except that you constantly deny that's even a thing
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>>1324942 we don't, Lenin came up with this shit to begin with: WHO, WHOM? stop stealing our memes you lazy fuck
>>1324870 None needed.
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we be out here debating political economy for 250 years and these uighurs only be looking at chidrens cartoons
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just write your own stimulus checks people! its literally that EZ
>>1325040 I should thank you for your continuous supply of evidence that reactionarism is pathological. It's blatantly obvious you're taken by personal frustration and projecting neuroses on children's cartoons, which are perfect targets for projection because of their inherent lack of rigorous logic. You really should seek therapy. but then again, I have a sneaking suspicion that the abysmal state of mental healthcare isn't just a serious problem with modern society, but one deliberately cultivated by the porkies dangling a carrot in front of your nose. >>1325052 hahahaha jesus christ, look how damn much PURE IDEOLOGY they pack in a single bullet point. "Just spend less breh", "nevermind steady jobs and liveable wages, it's all about the hustle" and "here's a browser add-on which might or might not make money for us, hopefully it wil help you consoom more efficiently". It's just missing "you have no one to blame for your poverty but yourself".
>All the left does is call everything fascism
>>1325061 or at least what is left from the "left"
>>1325059 That guy has a wife and kids and you never will lmfao
>>1325067 You literally aren't even a human...
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>>1325069 >Don't give yourselves to these unnatural men, machine men, with machine minds and machine hearts. You are not machines, you are not cattle, you are men!
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Yeah I support strip clubs morality fags and suck it.
https://youtu.be/zBg8_44uDZ0?t=507 I know millionaires vs. billionaires but look at big Porky be absolutely blatant.
Biden's probably going to Breyer's replacement when he retires later this year. Any other SCOTUS picks Biden might get? Only other one I can think of is Clarence Thomas who could die of a heart attack any second, he's pretty old and fat.
>>1325067 eat shit sexhaver >>1325110 Nah, ghouls never croak suddenly. The bastards grasp on to (un)life for as long as possible so that they can make ours miserable for longer. It's part of the whole necromantic ritual that turns them into ghouls.
>>1325040 all your posts are either people crying about cartoons or people with cartoon avatars shitting out pseudointellectual claptrap
>>1325118 >who is antonin scalia
>>1325128 I always get a kick out of the aut-right having at least as big a problem from being die einzig zoomer as the libs they bitch about
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Trump >Where are you going to go you dirty bitch? You'll be back you worthless skank A few moments later <Trump sama... > Former Vice President Mike Pence told a group of conservative lawmakers on Tuesday that he maintains a close personal friendship with former President Donald Trump, while noting that he plans to launch a political organization that will defend their administration's record over the past four years.
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See this sort of thing? For decades we laughed and groaned at it, but they kept at it because that's what reactionaries do, they're in a permanent quest to shit the world up. And little by little, they normalized their antisocial behavior, to the point a fucking plague becomes a matter of "big gubmint telling me what to do" rather than behaving in a responsible manner so you and your loved ones, not to mention society at large, don't die needlessly. Unlike normiedom at llarge, we have been aware of the implications of the developed West failing so stupendously to contain the virus, and that the reason for it is hyperindividualism being rammed down our throats for decades. Well, pic related and those other things at which we laughed and groaned shouldn't be laughed and groaned at anymore. Reactionarism must be abnormalized, and the fate of mankind may actually hang on the balance. Their appalling behavior must be met with righteous aggression, with emphasis on the righteous part. It must be made clear to onlookers that this sort of thing simply is not acceptable anymore, and that any notion they had that tolerating this bullshit is part of democracy is itself a subversion of democracy. As a rule, democracy should tolerate the existence of those who antagonize it, but not their antagonistic actions. It's this latter part which the bastards themselves have turned on its head in order to make us think that stopping them from dismantling civilization would make us the real barbarians. And it starts with things as small as these ridiculous demonstrations, such as in pic related. >>1325397 Apparently Fox News has tried to moderate its narrative too. Back during the Impeachment Hearings 2: Boogaloo Boogaloo, they cut from the live broadcast to one of their talk shows where the hosts kept sucking Trump's Toad-like dick.
>>1325456 While the comical-if-we-didn't-have-to-live-through-it retardation of the pandemic being politicized is terrible >we have been aware of the implications of the developed West failing so stupendously to contain the virus A lot of libs/leftoidz fail to realize this isn't about Orange Man vs. the rest of the world, or Dengoid chingchongs vs. the rest of the world: https://91-divoc.com/pages/covid-visualization/ The US is doing very badly, but compared to many wealthy and highly organized European succdem countries? Many of them are doing about as bad or EVEN WORSE worse on every metric. Likewise, democracy/autocracy/capitalism/communism/developed/developing aside, East Asia is uniformly and undeniably doing massively better. This point can't be overemphasized or distorted: The West is failing the pandemic's test, BADLY.
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Can someone make this meme but with porky?
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>>1325518 >Jew caricature is just saying /pol/ catchphrases
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>>1325473 it's almost like neoliberalism gutted society's capacity to handle society-wide problems
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Reminder that the original soyjak was a D*xie
>>1325473 >A lot of libs/leftoidz fail to realize this isn't about Orange Man vs. the rest of the world, or Dengoid chingchongs vs. the rest of the world: Yeah by us I meant /leftypol/. It's bizarre how a Mamluk canoe-carving symposium can be more aware of the state of the world than apparently any group short of porkies themselves. Is this how Bolsheviks felt? A bunch of nerds knew how the world works and nearly took it over. If he grew up today, Lenin would waste his time posting somewhere about how kissing outside of marriage is bourgeois decadence. >>1325584 lel, nice find >>1325573 le hibernian conspiracy maymay
>>1325573 Assassinate those 500 and 500 others will take their place, continuing their work, and virtually nothing will change.
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where is my stimulus check?
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idk fuck off mutt
>>1325704 no burgers with your stimulus check. only gayts synth meat
How exactly is Biden different from Trump? He's continuing almost all of his policies. >migrant kids in prison and mass deportation >brutal sanctions on Iran and Venezuela >selling weapons to Mid-east dictatorships >Cold War + trade war against China >illegal military strikes in Syria I guess the only difference is Biden doesn't want to cut welfare. But we all know when Republicans inevitably win the House in 2022 they'll force Biden to compromise on that just like they did with Obama in 2010.
>>1325865 breh, if there's one thing at which you could say Trump was better less worse than Bidden, it's welfare It was arguably the most constant theme of Biden's long career. Race-baiting, prison-industrial complex, these and many more nuggets of bullshit came and went, but slashing welfare persisted.
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https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1258912 >President Joe Biden on Thursday ordered airstrikes on buildings in Syria that the Pentagon said were used by Iranian-backed militias, in retaliation for rocket attacks on U.S. targets in neighboring Iraq. >The strikes killed at least 22 people, London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Friday, citing unconfirmed local reports. We did it Reddit! America is back on the map baby! Remember when The Iranians did the missile strikes on American occupying forces in Iraq and pussy ass Trump didn't even retaliate by striking a neighboring country? Well those days are over, patriotism is back!
> that terminally online Nazi keeps dumping dumb Twitter screenshots never change, /USApol/ btw, Nazi dude, please try therapy if you can get it – being that obsessed with online shit isn't helpful to your Nazi cause
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>>1325960 >people spending exorbitant costs on treatment means porky is investing in healthcare
>>1325878 it's different because he doesn't tweet about it. so much more dignified! murder with a human face
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https://www.cbs42.com/news/local/i-hope-i-make-it-7-year-old-alabama-girl-selling-lemonade-to-fund-her-own-brain-surgeries/ >‘I hope I make it’: 7-year-old Alabama girl selling lemonade to fund her own brain surgeries
>>1326045 Truly inspiring. Whenever I think that my life is shit, I'll remember that a little girl on the other side of the planet is selling lemonade to afford brain surgeries.
>>1326045 Fuck me...
>>1325865 >abloo abloo muh international policy Sadly, most burgers DGAF. Better to stick with domestic policy when trying to tug at heartstrings, unless you're playing the isolationist angle. >>1325960 Two obvious problems with this old right-wing burgerlard chestnut: <1) The subject of the cartoon obviously isn't the entire economy, but government spending, where Medicare+Medicaid makes up under 1/4 of outlays. Even in regard to the US economy as a whole, though, as >>1325978 likely alludes to, our extremely high spending on healthcare is primarily the result of the USA's inefficient private-sector non-universal non-system, as compared with literally every other OECD member's (and many 3rd-world countries'!) universal and far more public-sector systems that thanks to economies of scale save vast sums of money (even looking strictly at taxes spent on health!) to produce superior outcomes. <2) Military spending encompasses far more than the DoD's slice of discretionary, including slices of other discretionary programs from Intelligence to Energy, and many mandatory items such as VA health/retirement and military debt interest. Taking such items into account, military spending is roughly double the DoD line item. The massive size of military expenditure is especially insulting to the American people considering that roughly half of current military expenditure dates from Dubya-era adventurism after we "won" the Cold War, and have nobody of any consequence except our allies and trade partners to spar with, so we should be reaping a massive "peace dividend" according to any mainstream conception of international relations.
Jimmy's Tucker Rant Spurs Hit Piece From Democrat Rag https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcPkNx_d3OQ The Collapse of the American Empire? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPk9HSLagVg
The Nazis had captured like six Rothschilds at various points. The only one who died in captivity was Elisabeth de Rothschild, and she married into the family.
>>1325865 >FAITH IN MANKIND RESTORED: this underemployed chemistry genius flooded the streets of America with drugs to afford healthcare for his family
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>>1326102 >daily beast(iality) Oh man, I remember the first time I was linked to that site, I initially thought of The eXile's predecessor The Beast, as such assuming The Daily Beast to be some sort of successor/spinoff to The eXile. Reading it, I was just all "WTF happened to these people's brains? How did they go so far from ruthless gonzo edgelord to trembling SJW establishment mouthpiece? Ultra troll's remorse or something?"
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itt lefty tears
>>1326172 how dare leftists not want endless wars?!?! reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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>>1326172 >implying Cοрe moar /pol/
>>1326172 >lefty
The Pathology of the Rich - Chris Hedges on Reality Asserts Itself (1/2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6unS2JF8TA The Pathology of the Rich -- Chris Hedges on Reality Asserts Itself 2/2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPVzfuW72_M
How Slavery Caused the American Civil War https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vb9u4CKxOLE
>>1326364 Bleh, (you) already replied to my post, unconditionally denouncing identitarianism and censorship, with "it's okay when we do it".
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I am now pro-choice. AMA.
just in case someone hasn't seen this yet
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sooner or later this will no longer be just a meme
>>1326576 Are you sure it isn't already, for that matter?
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>>1326597 Yes, that image is fake.
>>1326630 LMAO, based ATF burning reactionary cults alive.
>>1326633 >based ATF murdering children
>>1326635 The cult set fire to the compound themselves and locked the kids in a room. I'm sorry about the kids but those freaks getting taken out prolly saved far more people from being trafficked or killed in domestic terror attacks from them.
>>1326638 >The cult set fire to the compound themselves <We have investigated ourselves and found ourselves innocent. They also used flammable tear gas in Fresno 1973, LA 1974, Arkansas 1981 and 1983, PA 1987 and Escondido in 1987. Every instance resulted in the building burning down.
>>1326644 Bruh, they got caught on tape saying "burn it down" when they cornered the dorner and burned him alive with incendiary smoke grenades because they were too pussy to face him. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNk-bV40XMc https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/chris-dorner-police-deliberately-started-170851 >>1326633 This post is a prime example of why we need to team up with the right to kill liberals. >>1326638
>>1326696 Niiiggger
>>1326696 >team up with pedos that hate cops one day out of the year and cheer them on the rest of the time. Yeah sure good luck with that. Can't believe there's people saying David and his cult diddn do nuffing and it was the ATFs fault they cult locked the women and children in a room they couldn't escape from. I also think ruby ridge was fine, rightoids need to be hunted. Especially because they're always hiding behind children.
>>1326702 Gonna gave to agree with this guy. The security forces of a bougie State are obviously terrible, but they at least serve a social role. Purely reactionary throwbacks such as cults, let alone pedophile cults, have no reason to exist. ATF's crime here isn't really mismanagung the situation so much as waiting for way too long before bringing the hammer down because they still were "mounting a case" against something which should have been wiped out with extreme prejudice before it could have inflicted so much harm.
>>1326706 Weird. Does this work? https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/chris-dorner-police-deliberately-started-1708519 Don't matter, just click the youtube link or look it up yourself. https://www.rt.com/usa/burn-it-down-dorner-119/ >>1326698 Another reason to kill all libs first.
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>>1326711 >Purely reactionary throwbacks such as cults, let alone pedophile cults, have no reason to exist. The government is a pedophile cult you kool aid drinking lib.
>>1326716 not the worst bait I have seen but that's hardly a compliment, 2/10 inb4 "wow you actually think the government is full of immaculate saints"
>>1326716 not the worst bait I have seen but that's hardly a compliment, 2/10 inb4 "wow you actually think the government is full of immaculate saints"
>>1326716 Aw yes the pentagon, famously leftist institution that's totally not packed to the gills with far right wing Mormons, dominonist and zionest doomsdayers.
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question: how long has the moratorium on evictions been in place in the US now? how much of a shitshow do you all recon it will be when it finally ends? while the GOP would probably let them end over night, triggering massive unrest, it seems likelier that the dems will do something to soften the blow
>>1326734 >>1326733 Calm fown their sparky. >>1326754 Where were they called leftists?
>>1326786 This issue is far too big for the sides to use it for their own advantage, it's a matter of Porky's own survival, so both sides take the exact same measures. Or measure, singular, because as far as I can see, the moratorium is created by an executive action, as opposed to an actual bill, precisely so its dubious legal weight would stagger the evictions at several levels. Some jurisdiction will obey the moratorium, some will take them to court, some of these courts will benefit the tenants, some of them will benefit the landlords, some landlords will just plain forcefully evict tenants etc etc, easy scenario delaying the inevitable by a varying amount of time so they don't hit all in the span of a few months. Republicans made it, Democrats did absolutely nothing but keep it unchanged. I just googled it and a federal judge appointed by The Donut himself ruled it unconstitutional days ago, so it might reach the SCOTUS soon. https://archive.is/JwVDD
>>1326817 While I'm at it, a couple of other interesting news. The Kashoggi report just had 3 names magically vanish from it, all of them Saudis: >However, three of the names first identified by ODNI have not previously been mentioned in Khashoggi's death reports. The first of the three deleted names is Abdullah Mohammed Alhoeriny, who was not previously associated with Khashoggi's death. Alhoeriny is a brother of the minister who heads the powerful State Security Directorate that obtained confidential information regarding the state's security and survey intelligence and counterterrorism agencies. >In Saudi reports, Abdullah appears as an assistant to the chief of the counterterrorism state security service. The two other men that earlier took place on an unclassified intelligence report and then disappeared are Yasir Khalid Alsalem and Ibrahim Al-Salim. It was not immediately clear who they were. Cuomo is getting #MeToo'ed as we speak, which makes that shameless "Cuomosexual" guerrilla marketing campaign from last year ironic. He wouldn't be in trouble if only he had hit on confirmed Cuomosexuals.
>>1326817 >I just googled it and a federal judge appointed by The Donut himself ruled it unconstitutional days ago, so it might reach the SCOTUS soon. looks like acceleration is back on the table boys
>>1326824 >>1326825 S E X U A L P A T H O L O G Y E X
>>1326829 >implying anyone on here gives a shit about idpol nonsense
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This is an op right?
>>1326821 Hah. I just saw thus retarded headline from Reuters yesterday on giggle news: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-saudi-khashoggi-politics-analysis/analysis-u-s-seeks-to-put-saudi-crown-prince-in-his-place-for-now-idUSKCN2AR0JH Analysis: U.S. seeks to put Saudi crown prince in his place - for now
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>America has freedom of spee-
>>1326848 Probability of 200%. Cue Baudrillard talking about reality being fully replaced by simulacra.
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el presidente isn't looking too hot
>>1326918 LOL I remember linking that last year when I was explaining to some yuropeenz here what McMansions & rice burners are
>>1327043 WTF happened to the Teflon Don? He looks like he lost 50 lbs over night and now has a turkey neck. Did he have a stroke or something?
>>1327155 he had the 'rona remember
>>1327165 He caught that back in December didn't he?
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found the shitpol salt mine imagine being this upset over trump losing
>>1327155 Twitter withdrawal syndrome.
>>1327180 Most of it is pretty generic conservaboomerisms, except the affirmative action one. That was literally invented to specifically keep Jews OUT OF Harvard, and is still at best neutral on the subject. How could /pol/yps get such simple points so backward?
>>1327217 I thought affirmative action didn't affect Jews because they're classified as white? Or at least it doesn't affect them as much as it affects asians
>>1327223 >>1327224 Azns are honorary juice nowadays I guess
Bulgey, your chatbot script keeps replying to weeks-old posts, fix your shit.
>>1327228 wtf are you talking about. asians get screwed over by affirmative action
>>1327241 That's the joke
>>1327250 From cartoons aimed at early teens to books aimed at 6-year-olds? Soon enough you will be updating us on which brands of baby formula are redpilled.
>imagine a society wide fissure over the opinions of some randos <see this is who you are
>>1327179 the loss of taste stays for moths in some people, possibly indefinitely. along with other ailments you might survive the acute phase but it will shave some years off
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HOLY SHIT TheBulgeNoticer was right, kids' entertainment has caused the death of Western civilization, it's ogre, 11/10 it's okay
>>1327476 it's funny how the "gender == sex!!!!" crowd are really upset about this. by their own logic a plastic potato doesn't even have a fucking gender
>>1327485 >Dumb transhumanist doesn't understand what a fable is
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>>1327476 If they consolidate the Mr. and Ms. sets into one big set with all gendered pieces, then it makes sense. I also find it horrible how the original toy was supposed to use a real potato and now we've produced MILLIONS of fucking non-degradable plastic ones that are 5 times the price
Americans be like "Yeah the feds used tanks on civilians but those civilians were part of a spooky cult so I don't mind!"
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>>1327521 >spoiler Yeah, just like with anything else "political" involving trοοnѕ, everyone seems to miss the forest for the trees. Gaining class consciousness truly reveals the horrors of capitalism having wormed their way into the most innocuous aspects of our lives
>>1327533 Of all things customer only restrooms are the one I see the smallest issue with, seeing what some people do with restrooms
>>1327535 yeah unironically i'd like a separate restroom for restaurant workers
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>>1327535 Strongly disagree. When I first went to Europe, something that shocked me was the unwillingness of any businesses to let people use their bathroom or even telephone without payment (note: this was midway through the Euro conversion, so getting people to accept my money was more of an issue than I had imagined in and of itself), with terrible consequences for public sanitation. Also toll toities are truly one of the most sinister inventions ever conceived
>>1327594 >Also toll toities are truly one of the most sinister inventions ever conceived Worst ones are those that automatically clean. I got locked into one of those when it suddenly started to cycle while I was (leisurely) taking a shit, left my clothes soaked and my night ruined.
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https://truthout.org/articles/legalizing-all-drugs-is-just-the-beginning-of-a-compassionate-drug-policy/ President Joe Biden has shifted some of his positions on drug policy in recent years: He’s now against mandatory minimums for certain offenses. He’s open to commutations for people serving long drug sentences. And the Biden-Harris platform proclaimed, “No one should be incarcerated for drug use alone.” However, peer a bit closer, and you’ll see that Biden’s drug policy approach still assumes there is something inherently wrong with illicit drugs and the people who use them. For example, the administration’s “solutions” regarding drug policy involve mandating treatment for people convicted of drug possession. This mandated treatment policy is coercive and illogical, given that most people who use drugs are not addicted to them, and even those with serious addictions are generally not helped by involuntary “treatment.” Biden is hardly unique in this regard. Even as marijuana legalization gains momentum around the country, the U.S. has a deep and abiding problem when it comes to both policy and public consciousness around drugs. In order to approach drug policy rationally and compassionately, we must drop our assumptions and expand our imaginations. That’s what acclaimed neuroscientist Carl Hart does in his new book, Drug Use for Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear. Hart, a leading drug researcher and a professor of psychology and psychiatry at Columbia University, suggests a full-scale reframing: Don’t assume that drugs are bad. He recognizes that pretty much any drug can have benefits, including typically vilified drugs like heroin, cocaine and methamphetamines. In his book, Hart courageously presents this new framing through the lens of his own experience. He regularly uses illicit drugs, and shares how heroin, methamphetamines, cocaine, MDMA and others have served useful purposes in his life — including just relaxing and having fun. Hart notes that addiction affects “only 10 percent to 30 percent of those who use even the most stigmatized drugs, such as heroin or methamphetamine.” Yet most U.S. drug policies are constructed with addiction and harm as justifications. In practice, those policies play out as other forms of criminalization do, targeting Black, Brown, poor, trans and disabled people, and other marginalized groups. Meanwhile the real and tragic problem of drug overdose persists — and Hart shows how criminalization makes it impossible to confront that problem, too. Hart urges us to not only decriminalize drugs but also to legalize them. There are many reasons for legalization — including that decriminalization still comes with fines, civil penalties and stigma. (It should be noted that legalizing drugs equitably would need to come with reparations for communities impacted by the drug war and significant opportunities for people who currently sell illicit drugs.)
>7 dems and independents just so happen to come out of of woodwork to vote against the $15 minimum wage Is all of this just Kabuki theater? These so-called coincidences happen every time.
>>1327698 If only they had deliberated for 12 hours, it would have passed, but alas! We lost the $15 wage by just a few minutes.
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Squad WON'T Force $15 Minimum Wage In Stimulus Bill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfyMmEdEQ40
>>1327730 >zero towns looked liked that in the 40s or 50s hmm i wonder why
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>>1327730 >Germaine Greer 2024 Based
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>See #BoycottAmazon trending on Twitter >Check it >IWWfags interfighting with Liberals >NOOOOOO YOU JUST CAN'T BOYCOTT THIS COMPANY! >SHUT UP FASCIST JEFF BEZOS IS A NAZI! >Mfw
K-Hive Attack Poor People's Campaign Over $15 Minimum Wage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvBIJca7gTw
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>>1327730 is this you?
>>1328090 go back to ogre, nonce
>>1328142 i was just putting sage in both name and subject dumbass i hate that guy too
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Evangelicals are so far gone they're fantasizing about exploiting people in Heaven.
>>1328208 The whole point of christianity is that we have to work because Adam and Eve ate an apple lmao
>Entire Staff of Nevada Democratic Party Quits After Democratic Socialist Slate Won Every Seat https://theintercept.com/2021/03/08/nevada-democratic-party-dsa/ Good riddance
>>1328214 >Entire Staff of Nevada Democratic Party Quits After Democratic Socialist Slate Won Every Seat bye felicia
>>1328208 All those chinese work mishap videos the glownigs like to circulate will be commonplace in evangelical heaven. Except you won't have the release of death to save you. Just pain, lots of it. But you get a solid handshake at the end of the day. Yeah sounds like hell.
>>1328214 I hope they all commit suicide over it too.
>>1328211 That's only the cath position because they're lazy fucks. Others think it's a blessing because they are delusional, like tr00ns.
>>1328253 >That's only the cath position because they're lazy fucks. caths are the ones who believe in penance though, they think you can pay off your debts to God through work or through giving money to the RCC, even though Jesus expressly states otherwise.
>>1328208 something something capitalism is an outgrowth of protestantism
https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Click Happenings via Klash link. Trial is live via unicorn riot. Gonna try and stream the entire trial. Jury selection right now.
>>1328208 >People are going to work in heaven Reminiscent of the Egyptian afterlife, supposing that his heart weighs lighter than a feather and doesnt confess against him, the Pharaoh would be enjoying his relatively simpler life working as a farmer. Which may have significant implications about the way slaves were treated in Ancient Egypt if farmers and slaves were perceived as Pharaohs in a previous life and the Pharaohs heaven was working on the farmer. Specifically on the evangelical, he would have likely received donations from petit-bourgies/bourgies to mention that (while being somewhat removed from the notion of heaven per Christianity). Very likely that was the state of the Orthodox Church in Russia prior to the revolution mainly disseminating "narratives" (Tsarist propaganda) to not revolt as the next life would be better. Now, he is advocating neoliberalism, globalism and anarcho-capitalism as "heaven" which tend to be anything but altruistic. >>1328211 Doubt. Jesus came to serve not to be served. >>1328251 >All those chinese work mishap videos the glownigs like to circulate Just make the workplace safe and less laissez-faire Dengoid. >>1328268 The Protestant Work Ethic (le capitalism a outgrowth of Protestantism) infers a parareligion/secularisation in Protestant countries. Protestant countries had formulated their own culture and Protestantism in Western Europe (but for Catholic countries like Spain and Portugal) and North America was the uniting principle and common denominator to refer to those nations and people collectively. They have recorded and formulated their own set of customs and attitudes which were incorporated into Capitalism. Whether Protestantism begot or catalysed Capitalism (at least in the way it was in said Protestant countries) Max Weber argued as such. Even attributing the Protestant as a business person by default. https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/weber/protestant-ethic/ Feel free to read a good summary on the internet of your choosing.
>>1328289 >Psycho babble Why so people always take their LARP to far? Why can't they just make believe in a contained way like Star Wars nerds and Trekkies?
>>1328289 >Doubt. Jesus came to serve not to be served. lol why did you think Jesus needed to came in the first place? this idiot posing as christcuck, I swear
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>>1328289 >Doubt. Jesus came to serve not to be served. the four gospels is Jesus telling people that if they don't follow his commandments they will suffer for all eternity in Hell. also the new testament draws parallels towards mary and the ark of the covenant, for in both dwelt God, and of course in the Jewish temple the ark was considered God literally being on earth, and whoever touched the ark would die immediately, and we know what was in the ark, it was the commandments, so Christ, or The Word is the literal scripture, or law of God. Christ is "The Word become flesh". The whole point of being alive is to serve God and his commandments.
Over the past year I've gotten more familiar with the right-wing, actively reading and following NRx "thinkers" and rw-twitter personalities, and I've gotta say, the right is infinitely faggier than the left. And that's saying something.
https://www.dailynews.com/2021/03/08/panda-express-workers-forced-to-strip-in-cult-like-team-building-seminar-lawsuit-alleges/ >Panda Express workers forced to strip in ‘cult-like’ team-building seminar, lawsuit alleges
https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Click HappeningsviaKlash Motions and more jury selection. 3 out 12 main jurors have been selected. (2 men and 1 woman) We also need 2 alternative jurors. 19 total potential jurors have been reviewed so far. This trial will take an extremely long time. They think 4 weeks. I think months.
>>1328376 You got me really curious now.
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>>1328421 Looks like brunch is back on the menu, boys!
>>1328423 This is incredibly blatant deflection.
>>1328423 MBlob is low-hanging froot
Still stuck at 5 out of 12 jurors. Juror #38 is up now. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Click HappeningsviaKlash
>>1328417 I can make out "monarchist", "cadet" and "menchevik", and maybe ЗСЕР = zcer = tzar? what does the rest of it say? this has meme potential >>1328423 p r o b l e m a t i c
>>1328510 social revolutionary, the most soy of all soy
>>1328510 >>1328513 It reads "eser", Russian pronunciation of SR. Traditionally, when it comes to acronyms, foreign words and other non-native terms, Russian favors a faithful phonetic rendering rather than a lexical one.
>>1328302 >I am smart because I dont believe in sky fairies but got easily deceived by politicians and thats okay they have a huge net worth and their donours are in Forbes magazine. Did someone say brunch? >>1328304 >>1328313 Matthew 20:28 just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many
>>1328381 Panda Express is a cult and ought to be mass prosecuted and investigated.
>>1328567 You aren't answering, clown. Why did the Son need to came?
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>>1328603 I confess I don't grasp what you meant to say with that tweet. Are you sad that Batmam isn't real?
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>>1328607 Pleb-tier opinion. Street-level Batman is boring, Batman is awesome because he defeats intergalactic demigods without superpowers and doesn't afraid of anything.
>>1328599 I did. Matthew 20:28 >clown no u
>>1328614 Why do Jesus needed to serve, you fucking idiot?
>>1328615 Because he had sick moves.
An update on the unemployment numbers. As should be common knowledge around here by now, the government has been falsifying the official unemployment rates since at least June's report of May's numbers. However, the number of unemployment claims seem to still be faithful, and the number of claimants made it clear that the real unemployment rate was far higher than the official figure, but it lacks details to let us come up with a real figure. In any case, I just found a page in the Department of Labor's site which neatly lists the number of benefits claims nationwide per week, and separates the initial claims from the continued ones. https://oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/claims.asp This allows us to see that, so far, 78 million initial unemployment claims have been made since mid March 2020, a time frame during which the usual amount of claims would be about 10.5m. That means that, so far, the crisis -- not corona, but this fucking gigantic capitalist crisis -- has caused the loss of 67.5m jobs. So close to 66.6m... And the amount of initial claims per week still has a long way to go before dropping to pre-crisis numbers. It decreased fairly steadily until December, when it somehow began climbing a bit again. It has since pretty much plateau'ed at about 830k new claims per week. The usual amount ought to be 220k per week. This means the crisis hasn't even finished hitting yet, let alone give way to recovery. Of course, these sums have several caveats. It's not stated if state, federal and COVID aid benefits can be claimed simultaneously, nor if someone making an initial claim after another one has ran out actually counts as two claims, and which are the requirements to file a claim -- the increasingly precarious jobs, I would wager, probably make it more difficult to claim benefits if you get sacked -- and sho on and sho on. The amount of chronically unemployed people too is a mystery, I have no idea if such a number would remain stable or climb along with the overall unemployment rate. With those in mind, the most crude estimation would be to assume that 66.6m people became unemployed (>implying Americans can survive on a single job nowadays) because of the crisis, which would mean an astounding 41% and change of the 165m-strong workforce lost their jobs because of the crisis (and some 6.4% more from the usual attrition rate) in these 48 weeks but this can't be taken as an unemployment rate because it doesn't account for the amount of jobs created. We can't use the number of lapsing benefits claimants because we don't know how many of these found a job and how many just run out of benefits. The Department of Labor does state how many jobs are created, but it's worthless now because that's exactly the data which they are falsifying in order to get that nice and low official unemployment rate. If someone knows of another viable source for amount of jobs created in Murka, please let me know. In any case, the takeaway is that things haven't even stopped getting worse yet.
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>>1328632 Talking out of my ass here, but couldn't it also represent a higher "churn" due to 'rona? Not so much a large amount of people permanently unemployed, but a lot of on-off-on-off employment, which would go hand in hand with a progression towards generalized gig economy.
>>1328687 It's possible, that's part of the caveats I mentioned.
>>1328208 I'm sorry you're still mad over having to go to sermons as a kid
>>1328672 Is this real?
>>1328746 they really are. they really, in all seriousness, hate their dads and that's why they all turn into traps eventually
>>1328208 So what is an Evangelical hell then? A hippie commune where everybody is nice and Jimi Hendrix plays 24/7?
>>1328746 stay mad prot
>>1322603 god, i hate these institutional, ivory tower, democrat-voting shitlibs pontificating on tw*tter like they give a shit about poverty or imperialism. they're the sort of people to get sent to the gulags first, and rightfully so
Rachel Maddow's Jaw-Dropping Propaganda For Dems Stimulus Bill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SboDoWF_XU
>>1329059 based jimmy
Man, remember when history still existed? Things were getting interesting. The catastrophic failure of the developed West to contain the virus, the biggest capitalist crisis after WW1 itself, American institutions more delegitimized than ever, the biggest wave of riots in decades with remarkably little violence and a surprising level of solidarity... what a coincidence that all of it went away when Trump left the White House. How crazy is that, right?
>>1329257 Gonna have to leave you on read, gotta finish brunch first.
>>1329270 It's always 10 AM in the American empire.
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Any truth to this, gringos, or is it just gun control propaganda? I'm going to guess it's both.
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OH NONONONONO
Day 8 of the George Floyd / Derek Chauvin Trial resumes at 8:45am. CST Hearing for the 7 jurors not selected this week and then 10 jurors to be reviewed. (Hopefully) These usually run into early/mid-afternoon with a few breaks. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Click Happenings via Klash link. >9/12 Jurors selected. They need 3 more jurors and 2 more alternatives. >73 Jurors have been reviewed. Only 9 selected. (3 women, 6 men) >Supreme Court has allowed conviction for BOTH 2nd and 3rd degree murder. >The defense has used 11/15 strikes against jurors. The state has used 6/9 strikes against jurors. The rest were dismissed by the Judge. >Floyd Family was given a settlement of 27 million dollars which will be paid by the taxpayers of Minneapolis.
>>1329354 >>Floyd Family was given a settlement of 27 million dollars which will be paid by the taxpayers of Minneapolis. BRUH
>>1329257 This post is the problem with sarcasm on the internet. Not sure if you're claiming all of those problems were a conspiracy or if you're just whining about a select subset of Twitter liberals.
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>>1329297 Do they really?
>>1329409 Well the site in which we are posting rules out the Q-tier belief that all those crises were false. Although I really wish the "everything is fine" message was being parroted just by Twitterati. It's the narrative being played by all mainstream media in the West and most of the world.
>>1329416 THEY CANT KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH IT
>>1329297 he walks like a computer game character
>>1329297 The odds of this being legit are entirely higher than they should be.
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this latest shooting assuming there hasn't been yet another one as I typed this has been particularly bruh-inducing <“He was pretty much fed up and kind of at the end of his rope. Yesterday was a really bad day for him and this is what he did,” Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Jay Baker said Wednesday. He was describing the 21-year-old man accused of killing eight people, mostly Asian and almost all women, in a rampage across three Atlanta-area spas. "A really bad day for him". "Fed up and kind of at the end of his rope". Right. The lengths American authorities will go not to label white people terrorists. <Atlanta police said the suspect told them his actions were not racially motivated — even though the shooter targeted businesses known for employing Asians, and six victims were Asian women. <Long told investigators that he has a “sexual addiction,” authorities say, and that the spas were “a temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate.” Police added that it was too early to be certain that the slayings were not racially motivated. See the bizarre mix of neuroses there? Sexual hang-ups and racism mixed together in a way which makes some vague sense if you're aware of the internet sewers which cultivate it. A legit incel-motivated act of terrorism. A no-prize to the first person who finds a pic of him doing the soyboy smile.
>>1329449 What was the ethnic background of the other two victims, chief?
>>1329451 I'm not sure one of them has been identified yet, but the other is Amerimutt: >Delaina Ashley Yaun Gonzalez He attacked 3 parlors, all mostly staffed by Asians.
>>1329454 So he was an anti-Asian racist that killed two non-Asians?
>>1329449 >corner pic why do they always have pube face?
Hello everyone. Updates: So we are almost done with Jury Selection. The main 12 have been chosen. Now we are picking 2 alternates beginning tomorrow. Also, very important motions in the morning at 8:15am CST. The Judge and Defense are trying to resist the state but the state is actually doing their job and pushing them hard. Tomorrow's motions could decide how the trials go. Please join us tomorrow morning if you want to watch. Go here: https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Click on HappeningsviaKlash. Hope to see some of you guys again.
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>>1329521 begone, bhot
>>1329517 Have sex
>>1329449 >rinse/repeat And in yet another exciting episode of economically motivated refusal to understand how statistics work...
Di I hallucinate or did liberals defend the feds when that waco series came out because they thought it would be used against the clintons?
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did anyone else watch the US-China meeting yesterday? It was hilarious. the US has apparently settled on trying to do dual containment against both China and Russia at the same time while gearing up for a war >Blinken launches into a series of accusations about Chinese "human rights abuses" and how "might doesn't make right" and how the US was going to push back against insidious Chinese influences >Chinese ambassador Yang Jiechi responded for 18 minutes, criticizing US: "We don't believe in invading through use of force, topple other regimes, massacre people of other countries... Important for US to change own image... Many people in US have little confidence in US democracy..." >Opening statement over, US media pool excused. But @SecBlinken told pool to stay: "given your extended remarks, let me add a few of my own."@SecBlinken: "It's never a good bet to bet against America."
>>1329575 kind of expected this but they seem to be ramping up for war somewhere. pointless provocations and chest puffing with everyone, and been noticing internet chatter trying to rewrite syria and libya in US favor seems to be picking up. they're like a junkie that hasn't had a fix for too long. they need to strike out somewhere at someone.
George Floyd / Derek Chauvin Trial Jury Selection. Day 10 (today) begins at 8:15am central. >Wednesday's hearing caused two jurors to be dismissed for cause due to hearing about the settlement payout. >12/12 Jurors selected. They need 2 alternate jurors. >95 Jurors have been reviewed. 12 selected. (7 women, 5 men) 0/2 Alternates. >Supreme Court has allowed conviction for BOTH 2nd and 3rd degree murder. >The defense has used 12/18 strikes against jurors. The state has used 7/10 strikes against jurors. The rest were dismissed by the Judge. >Floyd Family was given a settlement of 27 million dollars which will be paid by the taxpayers of Minneapolis. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Go to /r/HappeningsviaKlash
reminder Capitalism turned black culture into what it is today. But don't tell the right wingers, it'll upset them https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xTQxSkTXww
>>1329570 I remember seeing a agent Kochinski twitter thread where they were largely defending the feds because "muh evil white Christians"
Hello everyone. The judge made a huge ruling on a set of motions this morning. The first motion is where the defense can't attack George's emotions when confronted by the police in the original confrontation or the 2019 police confrontation. The judge also said only his physical and medical response from the police encounters can be brought up. If the defense brings up emotional or mental state. The state gets to bring in doctor that specializes in psychological and mental states of people. (Triple reviewed) The judge also said we aren't delaying or moving the trial location. We are moving forward as scheduled. He is also said we have a total of 328 initial jurors so far for this trial. Long story short. Defense got btfo this morning. Derek is in trouble. Maybe he shouldn't have kneeled for 8 minutes and 46 seconds on George's neck.
>>1329580 if he's found guilty, what's the range of punishments?
>>1329567 Did you quote the right post there?
>>1329584 2nd degree murder is the biggest count but 3rd degree is available as well due the supreme court ruling.
>>1329416 Is there any less tinfoil explanation for this other that they are trying hide his debilitating health condition? like what the actual fuck, this was on Bloomberg and his hands phase through the microphones. Like why even do this if they aren't trying to hide something?
>>1329601 >this was on Bloomberg Seriously? Did they legit greenscreen a public appearance of the POTUS like Qoomers were crying about?
>>1329601 I've seen a picture and a video from other angles of the same scene. The microphone is actually just very big and his arm comes between it and the camera. Because it's fluffy, it looks like it's blurred and out of focus, and close to the camera, but it's actually far.
>>1329605 Enlighten us with a sauce because I'm actually slightly scared right now.
>>1329606 Saw it on 4chan, and I didn't save it.
>>1329597 yeah but what happens if he's convicted? is he put away for life or is it X years probation or?
George Floyd Trial Resumes on Monday 9am central. Day 11 of Jury Selection. >Wednesday's hearing caused two jurors to be dismissed for cause due to hearing about the settlement payout. >Judge blocked motions from the defense on delays or relocation. Also ruled in favor of the state on a previous arrest in May 2019. >12/12 Jurors selected. 1/3 Alternate Jurors Selected (Judge added 1 alternate). Two juror selections remains for the alternates. >113 Jurors have been reviewed. 12 selected. (7 women, 5 men) 1/3 Alternates. (1 woman) >Supreme Court has allowed conviction for BOTH 2nd and 3rd degree murder. Also a conviction for 2nd degree Manslaughter is on the table. >The defense has used 13/18 strikes against jurors. The state has used 8/10 strikes against jurors. The rest were dismissed by the Judge. >Floyd Family was given a settlement of 27 million dollars which will be paid by the taxpayers of Minneapolis.
>>1329591 Yes. I'm pointing out that attempting to make a big deal out of spree killers is retarded, and largely the result of the media's hysterical sensationalism, raking in easy eyeballs while distracting from and/or distorting public mindshare on real issues that actually have serious consequences.
>>1329650 Then I think you're missing the point of statistics. Most of those main causes of death have aleady been minimized, and further decreasing them entails prohibitive costs, financial or otherwise. Spree shootings, on the other hand, are out of fucking control. Yes, they kill far fewer people than car accidents or heart disease, but these are permanent issues which are depressed slowly by material progress and some awareness, whereas every single death by spree shooting is preventable in as much as a sane society doesn't have these things in the first case.
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>>1329653 >Most of those main causes of death have aleady been minimized Like hell they have! Most of those are the result of epidemic obesity, and one in particular (cancer/respiratory) is in large part SOLELY caused by one totally preventable (and highly commercialized) vice, smoking! Then there's automobiles, a result of our public transportation system being utterly gutted by the auto industry. And of course the massive failure of our painfully outdated healthcare system on all of these causes of death. Every single one of those could be immediately and massively slashed using simple globally proven policy changes, all of which would save MASSIVE amounts of money in the short and long term. >further decreasing them entails prohibitive costs >Spree shootings, on the other hand, are out of fucking control. You've got this totally backward. They're a statistical blip on the radar, and since they're the result of lone weirdos essentially nothing could even theoretically be done to stop them, aside from vague gestures in the direction of mental health and (*gasp*!) cutting down on sensationalist mass media that drives copycat crimes. >every single death by spree shooting is preventable in as much as a sane society doesn't have these things in the first case You're aware the rate of spree killings is roughly the same in Europe or wherever, and that the rate has trended basically flat forever, right? You've fallen for the hysteria.
>>1329658 There are all of 2 developed countries with higher rate of spree shootings than America: Norway (gee I wonder why) and Switzerland (whatever, fuck Switzerland). The next one after America, France, has less than 2/3. And it's vital to point out that this result came from the author clearly lumping attacks of all types together just so he could go "America does NOT have the most attacks we're not as bad as Congo and Iraq neener-neener" which makes this all the more ridiculous. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3671740 Besides, surely you can see a qualitative difference between attacks from politically motivated groups, organized crime etc. and gone-postal attacks? They're largely security issues, except for the latter which is its own breed of morbid social phenomenon, highly related to mental health and alienation, and America disproportionately produces those. The Lankford guy that Lott keeps raging about says: <But that would distort the notion of this crime and defy common sense. In 2004, 300 rebels from the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda attacked a camp for internally displaced people and killed at least 54 civilians and two enemy soldiers (GTD 2018). In 2007, one student at Virginia Tech university shot and killed 32 people. There are major differences in the psychology, behavior, weapons acquisition, underlying causes, and prevention strategies that apply to these distinct types of violence (see, for example: Duquet 2018; Eichstaedt 2009; Hoffman 1998; Lankford 2015; Moghaddam 2005; Silver, Simons, and Craun 2018; Stein 2017). Studying attacks by the Lord’s Resistance Army will not help us understand and prevent the next Virginia Tech shooting, or vice versa. https://ideas.repec.org/a/ejw/journl/v16y2019i1p69-83.html >Like hell they have! Most of those are the result of epidemic obesity, and one in particular (cancer/respiratory) is in large part SOLELY caused by one totally preventable (and highly commercialized) vice, smoking! Then there's automobiles, a result of our public transportation system being utterly gutted by the auto industry. And of course the massive failure of our painfully outdated healthcare system on all of these causes of death. Every single one of those could be immediately and massively slashed using simple globally proven policy changes, all of which would save MASSIVE amounts of money in the short and long term. Okay then, I ammend my statement. They would entail massive costs to Porky, and thus will not happen. The benefits which would be reaped by non-rich individuals and society at large, which would indeed be massive, are irrelevant. See also UHC.
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>>1329670 >surely you can see a qualitative difference between attacks from politically motivated groups, organized crime etc. and gone-postal attacks? You're not thinking systemically. country with tighter fun control is obviously going to have a smaller number of more deadly incidents, due to the helplessness that imposes. Whereas one with looser fun control is going to have larger numbers of less deadly attacks, due to armed bystanders discouraging or impeding them: https://www.concealedcarry.com/news/armed-citizens-are-successful-95-of-the-time-at-active-shooter-events-fbi/ >They would entail massive costs to Porky, and thus will not happen. And one of the reasons they haven't happened is because of public discourse being clogged with statistically irrelevant noise on emotionally charged hotbutton nonissues like this, forcing people like me to waste time and effort pointing out how retarded it is to care about it.
Teachers Union President Caught Screwing Teachers & Public Education https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Piq2iCaKGtY
>>1329683 >tighter fun control is this a sexual euphemism
>>1328746 >>1328760 Christcuck cope
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>>1329728 >you >huwhite
>>1329730 Do Markov bots have a Buddha naturerace?
>>1329741 yes let's pretend this is not more /pol/ co-optation >and very Socialist The average Japanese is nowhere near as retarded as the average American. This is far from the first time liberal busibodies have jap artists, and they can tell things like that pic are trying to drag them deeper culture war crap. And you call yoursel an oldfag...
>>1329741 Your grandchildren will have an OnlyFans
>>1329745 Did Hillary's imminent arrest finally happen?
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>>1329744 >they're not hopelessly pozzed goons like you Indeed, which is part of why their Communist Party is the largest in any OECD country. >>1329746 Shhh! Remember, that already happened day 1 of le based orange man administration. Bidan is actually a celebrity impersonator acting on the orders of the JAG court out of the True Eternal Prez 4 Lyfe's desire to avoid national disunity, while the real Biden is sentenced to 99 years of paying back all the adrenochrome he stole.
>>1329744 >>1329745 Your future will be one of ashes, enjoy ruling over corpses and acidified oceans
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>>1297157 yes we surley need a general for half the board
>>1329751 Just because most of us are 🍔merkins🍟 doesn't mean we only talk about stuff specific to us.
It's fine Bidenbros. President of the united states only fell and stumbled repeatedly at the stairs because there was brisk wind at the airport. He is 100% fine!
>>1329762 it was just the stutter. stop being bigot.
I've heard some discussions around of the next democratic candidates to be AOC/Bernie or Kamala. Can a genuine burger weigh in?
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>>1329762 >literally failing upward A true inspiration for the coming Kopmala admin
>>1329773 >next democratic candidates Biden's comotose body ain't gonna survive his entire 4 years, if'n ya git mah drift.
Pretty fucked how even if you're a "home/land" owner in America, you're still technically just renting it from the state and if you stop paying taxes on it it'll be taken away
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>>1329891 based
>>1329891 MISTAKES INTO MIRACLES (/w Chinese characteristics)
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Whats gonna happen when he walks?
>>1330036 Unless someone's organizing to start a riot in secret, nothing much. Last year, the announcement of the announcement or something like that of the conviction (or was it charges?) of Breonna Taylor's murderer immediately preceeded a massive security build-up, which made really obvious what was going to happen, yet protestors seem to have awaited for the actual announcement, when the court was a fucking fortress. By contrast, the initial Floyd riot was completely unexpected, and that really was a spark that set things off. I'd say that the establishment have things locked too tight nowadays for anything but a sudden outburst to get something going. Any incrementalist movement would get fucking flooded with plants and narcs and get spied on nonstop. So the proverbial powder kegs will keep piling up I guess, awaiting for that final spark to make the yugest'explosion possible.
Derek Chauvin / George Floyd Trial Resumes on Monday 9am central. Day 11 of Jury Selection. Live on time https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp go to the Happenings link. >Wednesday's hearing caused two jurors to be dismissed for cause due to hearing about the settlement payout. >Judge blocked motions from the defense on delays or relocation. Also ruled in favor of the state on a previous arrest in May 2019. >12/12 Jurors selected. 1/3 Alternate Jurors Selected. Two juror selections remains for the alternates. >113 Jurors have been reviewed. 12 selected. (7 women, 5 men) 1/3 Alternates. (1 woman) >Supreme Court has allowed conviction for BOTH 2nd and 3rd degree murder. Also a conviction for 2nd degree Manslaughter is on the table. >The defense has used 13/18 strikes against jurors. The state has used 8/10 strikes against jurors. The rest were dismissed by the Judge. >Floyd Family was given a settlement of 27 million dollars which will be paid by the taxpayers of Minneapolis.
>>1330043 >12/12 Jurors selected. 1/3 Alternate Jurors Selected. Two juror selections remains for the alternates. >113 Jurors have been reviewed. 12 selected. (7 women, 5 men) 1/3 Alternates. (1 woman) >The defense has used 13/18 strikes against jurors. The state has used 8/10 strikes against jurors. >The rest were dismissed by the Judge. the judge dismissed 92 jurors ? is that a normal number ?
Derek Chauvin / George Floyd Trial Jury Selection Day 12 begins tomorrow at 9am. >Wednesday's hearing caused two jurors to be dismissed for cause due to hearing about the settlement payout. >Judge blocked motions from the defense on delays or relocation. Also ruled in favor of the state on a previous arrest in May 2019. >12/12 Jurors selected. 2/3 Alternate Jurors Selected. One juror selection remains for the alternates. 12 jurors WILL be reviewed tomorrow for however long as it takes. >123 Jurors have been reviewed. 12 selected. (7 women, 5 men) 2/3 Alternates. (2 women) >Supreme Court has allowed conviction for BOTH 2nd and 3rd degree murder. Also a conviction for 2nd degree Manslaughter is on the table. >The defense has used 14/18 strikes against jurors. The state has used 8/10 strikes against jurors. The rest were dismissed by the Judge. >Floyd Family was given a settlement of 27 million dollars which will be paid by the taxpayers of Minneapolis.
>>1330063 >the judge dismissed 92 jurors ? is that a normal number ? No, not at all. But this is not a normal case. Aside from the judge being biased, the situation is very widely publicized so a lot of people are too familiar and biased.
Breaking: Active shooter reported in Boulder Colorado supermarket Live https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp go to the Happenings link.
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>>1330112 >american cops
>>1330112 What's the kill count right now?
>be American >try to capture an escaped cow >get shot https://www.nbcnews.com/news/ncna1261692
>>1330127 10 confirmed so far
>>1330147 Noice! That rub and tug parlor shooting took 8 but the mainstream media didn't care but is freaking out about this shooting. Probably before it's been chosen to be the story they use to start grabbing guns.
>>1330112 >Boulder Colorado lmao blue states
>>1330036 considering its proven that fentanyl killed him i think he's safe
>>1330155 I thought the prosecution's strategy was going to be that those compliance techniques shouldn't be in any police manuals in the first place due to their known recklessness, regardless of whether it was the cause of death in this particular case. Not some retarded autism trying for 1st-degree murder or something.
Derek Chauvin / George Floyd Trial Jury Selection Day 12 Today will run from 9 am central until as long as it takes to go through all 12 jury candidates. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Click Happenings via Klash link. >Wednesday's hearing caused two jurors to be dismissed for cause due to hearing about the settlement payout. >Judge blocked motions from the defense on delays or relocation. Also ruled in favor of the state on a previous arrest in May 2019. >12/12 Jurors selected. 2/3 Alternate Jurors Selected. One juror selection remains for the alternates. 12 jurors WILL be reviewed tomorrow for however long as it takes. >123 Jurors have been reviewed. 12 selected. (7 women, 5 men) 2/3 Alternates. (2 women) >Supreme Court has allowed conviction for BOTH 2nd and 3rd degree murder. >Also a conviction for 2nd degree Manslaughter is on the table. >The defense has used 14/18 strikes against jurors. The state has used 8/10 strikes against jurors. The rest were dismissed by the Judge. >Floyd Family was given a settlement of 27 million dollars which will be paid by the taxpayers of Minneapolis.
I hope none of you like guns >>1330157 Dunno they tried that with zimzam
>>1330208 >123 Jurors have been reviewed. 12 selected. (7 women, 5 men) 2/3 Alternates. (2 women) Ahem, DESPITE MAKING UP 50% OF THE POPULATION...
The Idaho legislature will close down for weeks due to the pandemic, while the scum convened were debating banning public organs in the state from mndating masks. >>1330155 Come on man, you honestly think autopsy reports are free from this countrywide protection racket of uighur-murdering cops?
>>1330291 oops forgot to upload
https://www.star-telegram.com/news/nation-world/national/article250129029.html > A gunman ambushed a National Guard convoy carrying COVID-19 vaccine to the small town of Matador, Texas, and held the soldiers at gunpoint. Reactionarism has to be abnormalized and rightwingers should be attacked on the streets as the threats to civilization that they are.
>>1330292 >phoneposting Begone, THOT.
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>"Suspect's identity was previously known to the FBI" How many times is this going to happen?
>>1330312 >abloo abloo teh panopticon state needs mo' powers fo' dem programs <fail again and again to use information from powers they already have Bets on whether this will be used to justify Omnibus Counterterrorism Act v3.0 USAPATRIOT Act v2.0 anyways?
>>1330312 >implying the FBI didn't egg him on to committing it
>>1330318 That's what I was getting at anon, GLADIO n all that
>>1330319 Can you imagine all the shit concealed in the US government's archives? Almost 2.5 centuries worth of sabotage and destruction of popular movements and colonial peoples. It will make the Soviet archives look like the blurb on a book's jacket fold.
>>1329773 I dont know if they will be in the next alextion.
>>1330320 It can make you lose sleep man, I fukkking hate it here
>>1330389 It's been publicly acknowledged, at least in the past. It's more than a meme.
>>1330389 retard alert
>>1330389 Eat the salad.
Bros, I'm not sure how much I can take living in burgerland anymore.
>>1330392 No, it's a meme. Yes, Gladio existed but "Gladio tactics" are complete made up bullshit. The glowies don't need Gladio to do that and there's nothing linking Gladio to it.
>>1330126 Good luck getting a bullet through his vest, fat, and rock hard heart.
Edgy Tankie take: The Second Amendment was built with mass shootings in mind, except it was just mass shootings of Indians and blacks rather than normies.
>>1330491 That's the unronic truth tho.
A couple of Democrats introduced a UBI bill, with a bonus one-time $2k payment up-front: https://archive.is/qsWaj It has a curious twist: <The Automatic BOOST to Communities (ABC) Act proposes financing the payments with an unconventional plan that would direct the Treasury Department to use its legal authority to mint as many $1 trillion platinum coins as necessary to fund the legislation, which would continue until a year after the public health emergency ends or the unemployment rate stabilizes at a low level.
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>>1330564 Anarcholib hot take: The Second Amendment was built to frustrate the formation of the MIC
>>1330308 >>phoneposting Begone, THOT. >>1330308 what's wrong with phone posting? it's comfy, you get to recline instea of slouching
wake me up
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>>1330902 BRUH moment it's also a dumb name, how can you even smash a piece of cloth
Sydney Powell is using Tucker Carlson's legal defense and claiming only morons and lunatics would take her seriously. I expect this will be done more often now as fashies keep losing restraint. Using democracy to attack democracy and all that. I'm calling it tucking before it starts. My term, donut steel. https://lawandcrime.com/2020-election/sidney-powell-tells-judge-no-reasonable-person-would-believe-her-dominion-conspiracy-theories-were-statements-of-fact/ <A Montana man accused of being at the front of the mob that chased Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman has asked to be released from custody – saying he was “duped” by former President Donald Trump and that he is unable to provide for his daughter and disabled wife. https://www.wusa9.com/article/news/national/capitol-riots/montana-man-charged-with-chasing-officer-eugene-goodman-says-he-was-duped-by-trumps-deception-jerod-hughes-capitol-riot-stop-the-steal/65-45511946-22e2-4210-81d0-a9b94707f505
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>>1330901 Apotheosis achieved, one with the national monad.
>>1330827 I bet you play console games too, don't you? You disgust me.
>>1331201 Courtesy of a News Anon find: Arby’s Says It Helped Kill the $15 Minimum Wage https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/03/fast-food-chains-block-15-minimum-wage-relief-dunkin-arbys-sonic Arby's has been owned by the Ayn Rand private equity firm and has recently acquired Dunkin' Donuts.
why is this board so dead
>>1331505 Because of the site split, and less interest because the election is over I guess.
>>1331520 Also all the IRL LARPs fizzled Mebbe the cop trial going south will ignite something tho
Day 14 resume at 9am. Trial of Derek Chauvin and the killing of George Floyd. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link. >3 witnesses yesterday. (2 women and 1 man) >First Witness was a dispatch. (Black woman) Cops didn't communicate for almost 15 minutes while EMS was on the way. Had to call the Sergeant on the officers because of this and the video on her end from the street cam. >First Witness' testimony also brings into question the intentions of the EMS. They didn't meet with the Fire Dept for medical support where they were suppose to. >Second Witness was a gas station worker. (White Woman) She just recorded the arrest in 7 videos. She was based and called out the cops for bothering people. >Third Witness is coming back tomorrow. Judge and Defense team are really hounding him but his testimony can actually lock up the case. >Third Witness is a MMA/Wrestler/Security/Entrepreneur. (Black Man) He actually trains with Law Enforcement and Feds at his MMA gym. >Third Witness identified how George Floyd died AND can properly identify Derek Chauvin's killing intent. Manslaughter is possible with his testimony. >During the Third Witness Testimony, the feed was cut out. Also unicorn riot has been suspended on twitch for 30 days. The feds are scared.
>>1331634 update/correction Day 14 begins at 9:15~9:30. Trial of Derek Chauvin and the killing of George Floyd. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link. >Motions this morning: They claim a "Power Surge" knocked out the feed, (I work in IT. I don't buy it at all. Even in corporations you have server room standards to prevent this. This is a government ran server room.) >Big Motion By The State: The 4 Minors will not visually shown over air. We will not know their names. Defense agreed. >The media representative was trying to ask the current adults but were minors during the death to be shown. Judge denied it. All 4 minors will be testifying audio only. A disabled person is barely going to be shown as well. >Third Witness is coming back today. Judge and Defense team are really hounding him but his testimony can actually lock up the case. >Third Witness is a MMA/Wrestler/Security/Entrepreneur. (Black Man) He actually trains with Law Enforcement and Feds at his MMA gym. >Third Witness identified how George Floyd died AND can properly identify Derek Chauvin's killing intent. Manslaughter is possible with his testimony. >The judge has shown his hand. The state is willing to try to protect Derek Chauvin. The feds are extremely involved in my opinion.
who fucking cares
>>1331638 Possible Mistrial Witness #3 is possible grounds for a mistrial. He was an eyewitness on location and coincidentally has expertise relevant to Floyd's death (an MMA fighter who understands chokeholds). He was allowed by the judge to use his expertise to explain chokeholds to the jury which makes it clear that Chauvin was performing at least potentially lethal actions on Floyd and also that he warned the police in the moment of the lethality of this behavior. This could cause a mistrial because this witness was entered into evidence as an eyewitness (a bystander who saw events) but not an expert witness (someone with specialist knowledge who can inform the jury about relevant scientific etc details about the case). Him being allowed to explain his expert knowledge constitutes new evidence that was not available to the defense. This is potentially a mistrial because the defense was not able to prepare for this testimony (the whole point of having common evidence to both sides). However, this may not result in a mistrial as the judge is attempting to shut down any further expertise being used and advises the jury to ignore this information. It is still possible that this results in a mistrial at some point in the future, even though they are currently proceeding normally.
Is there any word on the unionization drive in Bessemer?
>>1331520 why did the site split off, and what other site did it split to? also why the domain change from .xyz? I haven't been here in 8 months and decided to peek over and see what goes on here these days.
>>1331654 >why did the site split off lot of petty personal drama between mods and the board owner, for whatever reason the .xyz domain became highly unstable and was constantly giving you 503 errors, it's best to use both sites imo
>>1331656 It's glow shit. It isn't a coincidence that we were weakened as soon our "memetic powers" affected /pol/ and the internet on a larger scale.
>>1331654 All the mods went to leftypol dot org while the owner kept this site and got new mods. The sites have different users and features, but I can't link the other one here because it's filtered to cia.gov.
>>1331656 that's unfortunate, petty personal drama is completely unnecessary and only hurts all of us. anywhere I could find the link to the other site just to view it? >>1331662 how is it glow shit?
>>1331664 It's not. It's normal internal conflicts in lefty communities. Calling it glow is a cope. There were mistakes and malicious actions on both sides.
>>1331664 >anywhere I could find the link to the other site just to view it? see >>1331663
>>1331663 >>1331656 why did the mods and site owner have such issues, in short? also thank you for the link.
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>Chauvin goes free >NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WE HAVE TO REVVVVVVVOLLLLLLLLT! This is why were being mocked.
>>1331668 The mod/tech team wanted space_ to do certain things so they could make the site work better and he didn't cooperate. They made public posts telling the users about it and space got angry. Then a bunch went back and forth, various things happened, and at one point somebody deleted the whole site (although there were backups so it was no different than the site being down for a bit). As soon as they moved to the new site they started implementing features that they couldn't do here.
>>1331670 Also to be clear he was nominally supportive but wasn't actually doing any of the things and him being in charge of the domain became an obstacle to doing anything to improve the site, according to the mods.
>>1331670 >>1331671 sounds dumb on space's part from that limited description. I'm sure he's technically capable enough to have done what was asked of him, probably just didn't get off his lazy ass to do it. But that's from a limited scope of course.
>>1331669 I think people have largely moved on to the union drive in Bessemer, since unlike convicting Chauvin, there are actual possibilities in organizing Amazon
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>>1331673 No, the media is gonna milk out this court shit as long as it makes money. >And yet the MSM doesnt talk about the dozens of people being killed every day
Derek Chauvin (George Floyd's murderer) Trial Day 15 begins at 9:15~9:30am. 3rd Day of the Trial https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link. >3rd Witness finished his testimony. He got into it with Defense Consul over looking at paper work without asking the judge. Judge excused this witness before either side was technically finished. >4th through 7th witnesses were minors. 4th and 6th are 18 today but were minors last year during the event. >4th Witness was the person who ended up going viral with her full recording. >5th Witness was her family member who was 9 year old. >6th Witness was another person that recorded using Witness 7's phone >7th Witness was with Witness 6 that day and gave Witness 6 her phone. >8th Witness was a firefighter that was trying to provide aid for George Floyd as he was dying. >During 4th thru 7th Witnesses Defense Consul didn't really question too many things. >However during the 8th witness. The defense consul started his game and started becoming irrelevant and purposefully but legally disrupt Witness 8's psyche. >The prosecution is actually doing a poor job of checking the defense consul from their questioning and they need to be more strong about it. >The judge isn't giving any favors to the prosecution either. Even when they had a successful objection he didn't want any arguments or sidebar at times. The judge is sus completely now. >At the end of the day. The judge while on the record grilled Witness 8 heavily and she feels left out to dry. >Also someone took a picture of one of the witnesses with Keith Eliison and the judge found out and let her go nicely after she deleted the picture. (She was a PR Representative for Witness 4.) >We think the defense is going for a mistrial because they don't think there is any way to get a real not guilty verdict. >The judge keeps ruling in favor of the defense from the outside looking in. It's frustrating really. >Today was more wild than yesterday and it was only day 2 of the trial.
if chauvin goes free, white boy summer is on
>>1331683 2.25 trillion and bipartisan joe will probably water it down to a few hundred billion to get republicans to vote for it while still passing via reconciliation
Is Ketanji Brown a neoliberal? Or does she lean more towards progressivism? There's not a whole lot I'm finding about her.
>>1331665 Either way at least this community has been weakened and glowies and/or shiteating sociopaths got their way.
ON CONTACT: America: The Farewell Tour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_l4ucOeIkY ON CONTACT: America: The Farewell Tour - Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vkYCUu44ck
>>1331715 DAY 3 begins shortly https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link.
Derek Chauvin (George Floyd's killer) Trial Day 16 begins at 9am tomorrow. 4th Day of the Trial. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link. >8th Witness returned and only questioned for a few minutes and she was done. (Firefighter) >9th Witness was the former employee of Cub Foods who ended up taking the fake $20 dollar bill from George Floyd. The fake 20 dollar bill actually came from George Floyd's acquaintance. Not himself. That's why he didn't know what he really did. >9th Witness realized what this situation caused however we don't blame him. Store policy makes the employees pay for counterfeit bills they take out of their paychecks. He would be looking out for himself. >9th Witness said he would paid that 20 dollars instead of going through this. >10th Witness was an black bearded old man who recorded the cops first contact with George Floyd when Officer Laine pulled him gun out on George Floyd. >11th Witness was the old black man that saw the entire situation completely. It was an emotional testimony. We had to stop for 10 minutes because after they played the video. He was in tears and apparently so were jury members. >The testimony of the 11th Witness was so emotional that even the Unicorn Riot streamer had cried during the break. >The 11th Witness actually days before communicated with Derek Chauvin saying that he gets to go home safely to his family. Make sure the people you are dealing with get to do the same. >After George died. The 11th Witness confronted Derek Chauvin before he left the scene and called him a maggot and reminded him that he gets to home to his family and that George doesn't not. >There was a long break and then the 12th Witness testified. >12th Witness is basically the head of IT for the police department and he's a lieutenant in the Minneapolis Police. >12th Witness is testifying about how the body cams and street cameras work. However we had to watch all 4 of the officers' body cams. >Officer Laine's (Officer near George's feet and pulled the gun on George) camera showed the most details while George died. >Officer King's (Officer on George's body) camera showed nothing but he actually allowed George to sit down and relax for a bit before attempting to put him into the car but did nothing else. >Officer Thao's (Officer controlling the crowd from interfering) camera showed Derek Chauvin already choking George Floyd as they dragged him through the back of the squad unit. >Officer Chauvin's (Murderer) cam was turned off for 30 seconds while in the car before getting to the crime scene and then once he engaged >George in the back of the vehicle his cam fell off. >Nelson (Defense Lawyer) apparently doesn't know how to open up video files from a flash drive and uses Mcafee. >More Motions Friday Morning at 9am for more video evidence for the case.
>>1331717 >2.25 trillion That is seriously low-balling the total cost of all the decaying shit. There are estimates that US is electric infrastructure alone is trillions in a hole and needs about that much extra spending by 2030 just to keep the exciting infrastructure operational and that doesn't include any massive reforms that some renewable project would take. And apparently in that proposal there is only 300 billion allocated on energy, broadband and water infrastructure total and the whole plan is for spending that happens over the next eight years. And there are shit like 400bn for elderly care included in that infrastructure bill. US at it's current trajectory is going towards future filled with dirt roads, failing damns and candle light. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/31/biden-infrastructure-plan-includes-corporate-tax-hike-transportation-spending.html https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/US-Electric-Grid-Could-Cost-5-Trillion-To-Replace.html
I love the culture war. The greatest psyop ever pulled.
>>1331805 And now watch as they spend more on military-industrial and corruption.
>>1331799 Derek Chauvin trial to resume shortly https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link. Today is day 4 of trial proceedings, 16 overall (counting jury selection).
Derek Chauvin (George Floyd's murderer) Trial Day 17 begins at 9am tomorrow with Motions. 5th day of the trial. Motions Friday Morning at 9am for more video evidence for the case. >13th Witness was George Floyd's girlfriend. Apparently they both had opiate addiction due to a reliance on prescription drugs for pain management. >13th Witness was very open about their joined addiction. They went through many stages and different experiences. The Defense tried to tear down George Floyd's character but failed. >Through the 13th Witness's testimony we learned that George Floyd had two stable forms of employment until covid-19. He had chronic back and shoulder pain. He stayed in shape and played football. He had tested positive for covid-19 before the incident. >For the most part we learned from his girlfriend that all the pain and complaints and excuses that he told the police before dying were actually true. >14th Witness was the EMT that drove the ambulance. He didn't say much but they showed the video and images from Officer Laine's (Cop near Floyd's feet) camera while he was in the Ambulance. Also confirmed procedures with EMTs. >14th Witness kind of foreshadowed that George was considered dead the whole time they had him. >15th Witness was the EMT that was attempting to resuscitate George Floyd until they got to the hospital. He confirmed that George Floyd never had a pulse the whole time they were interacting with him. >15th Witness did everything he was suppose to do and also never saw Officer Chauvin (Killer) or any of the other officer do any medical aid to George Floyd until Officer Laine joined them in the ambulance. >15th Witness needed any officer because he was attempting to save George Floyd's life. Laine just so happened to be the one who rode in the ambulance. >16th Witness was the Fire Captain of the fire unit that didn't end up in the correct location with the EMTs until much later. >When the fire department arrived on scene the 16th Witness and his fire crew were lead incorrectly by the Cops into the Cup Foods when they were trying to assist with George Floyd's injuries. >They were only informed that they were in the wrong location by dispatch across both Fire and Police's radios. >Once the Fire Department met up with the EMTs they attempted to resuscitate George Floyd. He was still considered dead the whole time. >16th Witness not only reported what happened but also filed a separate report based on the earlier Witness (Off-duty firefighter) about the cops potentially killing George Floyd. >17th Witness was the former Sergeant of the former 3rd Precinct (It was burned down) during this incident. He is no longer a cop today. >He confirmed that before the incident involving George Floyd that any use of force by a cop while anyone is under custody but doesn't involve an injury doesn't get reported to their supervisors. >He also confirmed that not only he can judge the correct amount of force needed per incident but also confirmed that Derek Chauvin used too much force. >He also confirmed that he didn't really take the call from dispatch too seriously until he was driving to the scene eventually and Derek Chauvin called him as he was pulling up to the scene. >He also confirmed that once an incident goes critical or someone in custody ends up in the hospital it gets reviewed by the Internal Affairs. >He also confirmed that the order of seniority of the cops were this: Chauvin (Killer) was the most Senior, then Thao (Crowd Control) , then King (Near the body of George Floyd) and Laine (Feet of George Floyd) were the rookie cops. >He had a recording where he asked Derek Chauvin to get witnesses but Derek complained that the witnesses might be hostile after killing George Floyd. >The state prosecution was way better today. They were more active and objected way more. >They won a lot of their objections but the judge forced a lot of sidebars and even an argument that required the jury to leave the court room and argue with the 17th Witness on the stand. >The judge is still throwing the Defense a few bones even though some of the questions to the witness aren't technically lawful. >Nelson can't count and got walled a lot by every witness except the 13th witness. EMTs in particular caused him issues because he was trying to say they don't have the expertise to determine a deceased person which is wrong.
>>1331898 Day 5 of the Chauvin trial is about to go live. They are doing motions this morning to allow more video evidence. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link.
Day 18 resumes on Monday at 9am CST for Motions. 9:15~9:30 Trial resume time for the 6th day of trial. >18th Witness was a Sergeant of the 5th Precinct. He was in charge of maintaining the incident scene for the 3rd Precinct Sergeant. (3rd Sergeant was at the hospital where George Floyd was at the time) >18th Witness just confirmed he did his protocols with securing the scene and passing control to the homicide unit. >19th Witness was a Lieutenant and leads the Homicide unit for MPD. He is also the most senior officer on the entire force. >19th Witness confirmed that once he took control of the scene of the incident that he passed control of the scene to the BCA (Higher ranking unit for investigation involving officers in Minneapolis.) >19th Witness was allowed to review the videos of the body cams and made it clear that there was no reason for the level of force used with George Floyd Adamantly. >19th Witness battled with the defense lawyer and made it completely clear that the crowd unless they are DIRECTLY attacking an officer there was no threat involving their presence. >19th Witness also said since 1985 he was taught by the police academy that putting anyone handcuffed in the prone position is extremely dangerous and explained that doing so will affect the way the person in the position breathes. >19th Witness also said that the officers involved with George Floyd were also responsible for the well being of their suspect under custody AS SOON AS the handcuffs go on regardless of how the cuffs are on. >19th Witness said the force used on George Floyd was COMPLETELY UNCALLED for and there was no reason for improvisation for securing George Floyd in this situation. >Nelson got hammered on and the 19th Witness signaled that the Minneapolis Police Department are completely throwing Chauvin under the bus and they are going to try and save the other 3 officers. >Rumors are that the Police Chief of Minneapolis Police Department will be testifying next week. >The 18th Witness knew of Chauvin and Thao but his expression of how he would say their name was very unkind and it's probably why the defense didn't cross examine him as well.
>>1331953 DAY 18 is live https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link.
AOC Defending Biden's Barbaric Border Policy Called Out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fZIFFi_esc OUTRAGEOUS! Defense Contractors Will Sue Pentagon If Wars End https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQQOayAu4xI Popular Twitter Account Exposed As Shill Paid To Smear Progressives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xx6l85tGW-E
Day 19 resumes 8:30am~9am for legal issues and motions tomorrow. 7th day of the trial. >Motions this morning weren't figured out today. Will be pushed to Wednesday Morning most likely. >The jury was given a Schwartz Hearing to make sure they haven't broke their duties. No jurors dismissed. >The 20th Witness is the doctor in the ER that attempted to save George's life. George was never responsive the whole time they were working on him. The doctor declared him dead 30 minutes AFTER he arrived at the hospital. >The 20th Witness was never given any information about why George was in cardic arrest and they called him 30 years old. (He was 46 when he died.) The cops >never gave information to the EMS and the EMS had no good information to give to the hospital. >The 21st Witness is the Police Chief of the MPD. He pretty confirmed that the entire MPD was forsaking Chauvin and proceeded to run the bus over Chauvin so blatantly that we have a new theory on what the defense is trying. >We believe the defense is attempting to pin the blame on the actual training Chauvin did. If they do this, they forsake the entire MPD and training of cops while getting >Nelson acquitted. It looks like Chauvin is willing to burn the blue line to get free. >Nelson (Defense consul) hammered the chief on the training questions but the Chief declared that all the factors involving with Chauvin ultimately kneeing on Floyd for over 9 minutes was against what he was trained. >The 21st Witness had the longest testimony of anyone so far in the trial. >The 22nd Witness is an Inspector and she is not only active as the 4th highest command within the MPD she active in the National Guard. She was previously in the Army, SWAT team and served in Iraqi. (She's a straight up killer.) >22nd Witness was previously a Commander and then demoted and then promoted again. She actually joined the SWAT team before actually becoming a police officer. (Military background) She has a specialty in gun crimes. (Shootings and such) >While she was a commander, she in charge of all training, police academy of MPD, the Training Center and anything else with training for police in Minneapolis. >She mostly confirmed all the training Derek Chauvin (Killer) would have had at the time he killed George Floyd >She at the end threw Derek Chauvin under the bus completely as well but the defense wisely didn't really cross examine her that hard. Only asked 2 irrelevant questions. >Nelson continued to prove he is inept with technology.>>1331953
DAY 18 IS LIVE soon, 8:30-9am central for motions https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link. Also there is an active mass shooting in Frederick, Maryland this morning.
>>1332571 Motions are over, the regular trial matters will be starting when the current break is over (they are running late)
>>1332514 Day 20 resumes 9:15am for the jury, probably earlier (probably 8:30) for motions tomorrow. 8th day of the trial. >Motions focused on witness Morries Hall, the passenger in Floyd's car and source of the counterfeit $20 bill. His lawyer (public defender) argued that because he may be charged with 3rd degree murder for Floyd's death. >Because of how the law works regarding drugs, Morries Hall could face 3rd degree murder charges over his proximity or involvement in Floyd's drug use if Floyd's death is ruled as caused by drugs. >In other words, if the drug defense works and Chauvin walks, another black man who happened to be around could end up convicted for the murder instead. >1st witness today (23) was an MPD Crisis Intervention Coordinator Sgt. Ker Yang. He testified that Chauvin was trained to recognize and appropriately handle situational or psychological crises. >His testimony included retreading the MPD critical decision making model others have explained as the basis for police actions to ensure they behave by the book. >2nd witness (24) was MPD Lt. Johnny Mercil a certified "use of force" instructor. He went into depth on protocol regarding escalation and de-escalation. TL;DR Chauvin was off book and unjustified in how he handled use of force. >MPD policy regarding use of force is to continually re-evaluate the scenario and look for opportunity to de-escalate if possible. They have a whole protocol for knowing when to escalate and de-escalate that Chauvin ignored. >While he said that neck restraints are within MPD policy, what Chauvin did was outside what the policy includes. Defense used bad camera angles to argue Chauvin was on Floyd's back not his neck. >3rd witness (25) Nicole Mackenzie was MPD medical support coordinator who trained officers including Chauvin himself in medical first aid including CPR. MPD officers are supposed to render medical aid. >According to the training Chauvin should have ceased restraint, checked vitals, and administered CPR to George Floyd, even before he became unresponsive. Floyd's cessation of response to pain indicated the non-responsiveness that requires aid. >MPD officers including Chauvin are equipped with Naloxone to intervene in an opiate overdose. If Floyd's death was caused by fentanyl OD, Chauvin would still be responsible for not administering Naloxone. >4th and final witness (26) Jodi Stiger was an LAPD Sgt. and nationally recognized use of force expert who has reviewed approximately 2500 use of force cases. >He testified that Floyd resisted arrest as the police attempted to place him in the vehicle, but after he was on the ground he stopped and the officers should have de-escalated, but instead continued and escalated, against policy. >Nelson (main defense lawyer) is still pushing the drug angle HARD and asked the witnesses about a bunch of hypothetical scenarios involving drug cocktails, including medical effects or causing resistance against the cops. >The defense finally started objecting to the drug questioning (since none of it had anything to do with Floyd) and the judge sustained, shutting it down (eventually). >Today we had many sidebars, the defense often interrupting testimony about Chauvin going against procedure and the state interrupting Nelson's drug storytelling. >Nelson's gambit is likely to fail given instructor testimony today. Nelson wants bring more instructors to say that Chauvin's methods were part of his training, but the police trainers have all denied this and maintained a "clean" look for MPD. >The state is almost finished with their witnesses (all of them have been state witnesses so far), meaning the defense will begin calling witnesses next. We will soon see how Nelson's plan plays out. >So far all the MPD cops have been continuing to throw Chauvin under the bus almost unilaterally. Very little of the testimony could be a problem for the state's case so far.
>>1332645 Day 20 of the trial live soon https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link.
>>1331812 I was thinking about that earlier. Is the bullshit idpol culture war actually a weaker psyop than feudal powers using the church and God and their excuse for their power?
>>1323568 based anime lover
Day 21 resumes tomorrow at 8:30am for motions. Jury starts at 9:15am~9:30am. 9th day of the trial. >The 26th Witness returned to continue his testimony. He made his point from his long time experience of reviewing use of force cases that as soon as they had George >Floyd in the prone position on the ground. Use of force was very questionable. >Nelson (defense consul) attempted to make a point that the crowd is a dangerous threat but the witness turned away that admission. >The 27th Witness is a BCA (Bureau of Criminal Apprehension) Special Agent for the state of Minnesota. He oversaw the entire investigation of this incident once it became a critical incident. He has experience with being with the NYPD, DEA, and others. >He continued throwing Chauvin and actually the other officers under the bus but he was very firm that he saw all the information including some not seen in the case. >Nelson tried to do some slick shit today. He had a video clip that was heavily chopped off and was trying to implying that George Floyd admitted to taking a lot of drugs while being in the prone position. >Nelson tried to trick the 26th and 27th witnesses. The 26th witness wisely said that he couldn't focus on what George was saying. The 27th witness was tricked actually into saying he agrees that George Floyd said, "I ate too many drugs." >The prosecution brought up the full clip and it turns out that George Floyd was saying "I ain't got any drugs" but the way Nelson clipped the audio. We couldn't determine it. >28th Witness was the main Forensic Scientist who specializes in DNA testing. She was basically in charge of checking all the forensic materials in both the squad car and the SUV George Floyd was driving. >While they found drugs and a weed pipe in the car. We also found few packages of suboxone which is used to help get off of opioids addiction. Changing the character story of George Floyd. He was trying to get off addiction. >She also confirmed that George Floyd did have drugs in his system and had pills in his mouth at one point while being forced into the car. >She explained the rest of the process of doing forensics and no cross examination >29th Witness was the local forensic chemist for Minneapolis. She did find fentanyl and meth in the pills but she didn't examine the pills enough to know the completely makeup of drugs in the pills. Nelson cross examined but failed to prove his point. >30th Witness was the outside source forensic chemist for this case. She examined the pills completely. She was to conclude that while the fentanyl levels of the pills are normal for street drugs. The meth levels were extreme below street drugs levels. >30th Witness was not cross examined by Nelson. >Nelson today looked very sloppy and unorganized. Looks like he needs another person within the courtroom to assist with his work. >Nelson is still bad with technology and also got ASSISTED by the prosecution today because he had wrong law section for a point he was trying to make. >That Bus is doing doughnuts on Chauvin right now. Law Enforcement of Minnesota is bringing a conga line of buses where Chauvin is being thrown underneath. >While the prosecution had a great day. We must remember that the blue line is still being protected.
>>1332811 is there any chance of acquittal? I want comfy riots back.
>>1332830 The discourse regarding the riots of the last summer, I recall, consisted of various condemnations of it being radlibs or anarkiddies. The thing I will always say to people who condemned it as such is simply this: at least they were doing something other than voting or watching TV or scrolling on social media. Breaking windows doesn't result in systemic change, does not result in a change in the structure, but people seeing this do become radicalized. Few normies were able to ignore what was going on.
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>>1332858 >The discourse Generally, or just among /leftypol/acks? The general consensus was that 99% of the people involved were incapable of unifying into any kind of shared agenda beyond formless outpourings of general dissatisfaction and the occasional regurgitated meaningless platitude, due to a total lack of pre-agreed ideology before the protests started. And as the protests progressed, they continued to fail at achieving coherence on anything actionable before fizzling. >radlibs or anarkiddies These were 1% of the protesters, though as usual they gained 99% of media attention, and especially all of the NGO money and corporate dicksucking. >people seeing this do become radicalized Yeah, that's the only sliver of hope I got from this. That baby activists who got their first experience from this will pour a similar amount of energy into some issue that actually makes sense and can be fixed.
>>1332811 Day 21 will begin shortly https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link.
>>1329297 Is there a source for the original video?
>>1332811 Day 22 resumes tomorrow at 9:15am. Could be motions at 8:30am. 10th day of the trial. >Witness 31 is one of the world's leading scientists and doctors of breathing. His works and textbook are the core foundations of the last 46 years of method and understanding of breathing. >Witness 31 basically gave us a lecture with lots of visual aids to keep the jury engaged and broke down the completely situation where we learned more about George Floyd's actions as he died from lack of oxygen. >Witness 31 is essentially the god of breathing. He is world renowned and there is currently no one more knowledgeable about breathing. He completely proved why Officer Chauvin is guilty and even opens the door for Officer King getting convicted. >Witness 31 explained that George Floyd turning his neck, lifting his shoulder and his hand and fingers were his body making last desperations of attempting to breathe. >Witness 31 proved there were no signs of drugs being the cause of his death. He broke it down completely. >Witness 31 also completely explained with mathematics and physics that George died from lack of oxygen as well. >Witness 31 despite being one of the world's best experts in breathing didn't asked to be paid for his testimony and research on this case. >Witness 31 is an Irish man that practices, researches and teaches in Chicago. He was also involved with covid-19 treatments in Chicago. Pretty based Irish man. Protect him. >Witness 32 is an outsider source forensic toxicology scientist. >Witness 32 did find drugs in George Floyd's system however the levels of the drugs were below average per people who are either dead while with drugs in their system (not all are overdose cases.) or arrest for DUI of opiates. >Witness 32 explained his process of how they do their reports and testings. >Witness 33 is a police surgeon, Viagra prescriber (Dead ass), and a living forensics doctor. He has tons of past experience in forsensics, emergency rooms, and other trauma centers. >Witness 33 is from Louisville, KY. We might see him when the federal case involving Breeona Taylor's boyfriend begins. He is also part editor of 4 textbooks for forensics, strangulation and pathology for living patients. >Witness 33 has enough experience dealing with users of drugs that he can make a determination of someone who is a regular or chronic user of drugs and alcohol. >Witness 33 declared that despite all the drugs in Floyd's system he mention almost exactly the points that the 31st Witness mentioned including the hand and finger movements that George Floyd died due to a lack of oxygen. >Witness 33 actually believed that George Floyd had NO oxygen within his body at the time of his death. >Nelson had his worst day of the trial so far. He lost a lot of arguments with the witnesses and the prosecution. He was wearing down during the day. >Nelson continued from his disorganization from the day before and attempted to blame not receiving an exhibit that was updated TWO day before and sent via email. The judge cut him so many breaks today. Without the judge he didn't really win any objections >During the 31st Witness testimony Chauvin called for a break before the judge called for it and had to beg for most of his objections via sidebar. >During the 32nd Witness cross examination he realized he didn't get the updated exhibit for this witness. He clearly overwhelm by this case and needs more assistants working with him in this case. >During the 31st and 32nd Witness testimonies. He has having issues with his voice dying and he was coughing significantly as well. Nelson's health is deteriorating before us each day. >During the 33rd Witness he was trying to imply that the drugs and george's heart condition was a favor when in fact there was no sign of a stroke or heart attack during the incident from any forensics person. >Nelson continues to show why he's trash with technology. He was trying to blame the pdf file formats for why he didn't have the right exhibits before realizing he fucked up. >Jerry Blackwell is the best prosecutor right now from the state side. However we can't give him a based or chad nod because in he past he allowed 3M to get out of cases involving dumping shit into the ecosystem and also causing things like asbestos, etc. >Chauvin might be considering suicide if Nelson has another disastrous day like today.
>>1333026 Day 22 is about to begin https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click the happenings link.
Day 23 begins Monday at 9:30 for the jury. Motions in the morning. Could be at 9am~9:15am for the 11th day of the trial. >Witness 34 is a forensics pathologist and the former Medical Examiner of the Minneapolis. She is now a consultant. >Witness 34 explained how forensic methods work and what they can determine and not determine. >Witness 34 came to the same conclusions as the regular medical examiner. She believes while George Floyd had drugs in his system and a concerning level of heart disease, he wouldn't have died unless that incident would have happened that day. >Witness 34 also mentioned the facts that yesterday's witness 31 (God of Breathing. Irish doctor) brought up with Geroge's body attempting to breath >Nelson (defense consul) cross examined Witness 34 and they got to the topic of how the prone position isn't dangerous by itself. He got extremely out of context and he brought up sitting on a church bench with a baseball underneath someone's butt. >Nelson tried to sneak in a fact about how Canada's police force have never had any deaths involving the prone position in 2020. Witness 34 sarcastically told off Nelson so badly he had to object her answer as an unresponsive answer. Judge sustained. >Witness 34's quote: "Isn't that A-Mazing when you consider that virtually every forensic pathologist in the US has probably had an officer involved death like this? How did they? IT honestly baffles me.Which is why I kept mentioning Canada because I don't know what they do differently." In a very sarcastic response. >After that quote Nelson stopped mentioning Canada statistics and Witness 34 pretty much just checked out of the tesitmony. >Prosecution had a great rebuttal all of Nelson's points and Nelson really couldn't establish many of his points he made during his cross examination. >Witness 35 was the actual medical examiner of Minneapolis for this case and examined George Floyd's body. >Witness 35 explained everything including George Floyd's heart condition which was in poor condition but clearly wasn't the reason he died. >Witness 35 essentially explained that despite the heart condition, drugs and his condition. If Law Enforcement wasn't involved on that day. George Floyd would be alive. >Witness 35 was an extremely strong and focused witness with the cross examination. Nelson during the first half of the cross examination was really shut down completely because he was redirected by the Examiner that different questions weren't his field. >Nelson couldn't gain traction until he brought up George's heart condition. Nelson did finally gather himself and had a good finish of the cross examination. >However the prosecution had a great rebuttal once again and shut down Nelson's attempts to make George Floyd's heart the main point when it in fact the main point is that Derek Chauvin and other officers were the cause of death. >The examiner declared that none of his findings and his assessment would change. George Floyd's death was a homicide from the medical point of view and nothing could change that. >The judge had a ton of breaks today and decided to let the jury go home early. We were ahead of schedule last week. We are now behind schedule today. The state continues to call witnesses on Monday.
Big happening. Another police killing in Minnesota. Current known facts: Riot cops are confronting a grieving community after police just shot and killed 20-year-old Duante Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota - close to Minneapolis. Apparently Durante was taking his mom's car to the car wash. Somehow the cops thought it was a car jacking and killed him in the car. Before he died he contacted his mother letting her know what was going on. The fire could rise again today and this week. Especially during the Chauvin trial. https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp Click the HappeningsviaKlash link. Unicorn riot is streaming live. Could be a big night gang tonight.
Police is looking to deploy tear gas and mace soon.
Confirmation from Unicorn Riot interview. NIGHT GANG IS HAPPENING TONIGHT
They are marching to the Police Precinct in Brooklyn Center, MN RIGHT NOW.
>>1333509 Ah shit...
Unlawful Assembly called.
>>1333509 Courtesy of a news anon find: White supremacists plan nationwide rallies on April 11 White supremacists are planning rallies in cities nationwide this weekend under the banner of “White Lives Matter.” The rallies by the groups, organized on Facebook and the encrypted messenger app Telegram, are scheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m. New York City, Fort Worth, Texas, and Chicago are just a few of the cities that will see rallies. https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/547487-white-supremacists-plan-nationwide-rallies-on-april-11 https://archive.is/Cf2W5 Coincidence?
AOC Critic Intimidated By Police Over A Tweet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTBVwTXM2eA
Summary of the night: 1. Pushed cops back to police station 2. Kept occupied while /nightgang/ looted up a shopping center 3. All of entire metro cops from all the neighboring counties and cities showed up in Brooklyn Center to stop the looting. 4. More looting happened in Minneapolis 5. Cops shot live ammo at people looting. Not sure if anyone else got hit or died. 6. National guard was called but only a few Humvees showed up. They busy with the justice center because of Derek Chauvin trial. Extra: At George Floyd Square. They have painted Duante Wright's name next to George Floyd's mural. They are planning to paint Duante's mural soon there as well.
>>1297157 Can someone tell me, right now, why the FUCK I just come back to leftypol after a couple months and see this place infested with a bunch of fucking rightoids? Did this site not recover from the fucking pol raids from last year? What the fuck is going on here? I'm serious
>>1333534 who the fuck cares. Are you guys really still "monitoring" the Floyd riots? Go learn something >>1333537
>>1333534 >>1333213 With the new happenings in Minnesota, the Derek Chauvin trial has been moved to a new cytube room Go to https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Headlines link And it is live now on day 23, with the jury coming in 30 minutes
>>1333568 Jury is coming in
Press Conference on Daunte Wright's death It's about to begin. Go to https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Happenings link
>>1333588 Going Live Now
been out of the loop, is night gang back? Are we in for a new summer of Kino?
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>>1333520 I feel like the refractory period after the Capitol shitshow is finally wearing off. Here's to more Happenings this summer.
>>1333568 Court live with George Floyd's brother Go to https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Headlines link
>>1333213 Day 24 begins Tuesday at 9:15 for the jury. May or may not do motions. 12th day of the trial. >Motion in the morning was about Morries Hall, the passenger in Floyd's car. He is on trial for 3rd degree murder of Floyd due to MN drug laws. Judge accepted that >5th amendment applies and testimony here would be incriminating. He won't testify. >Witness 36 was a cardiologist from Northwestern University. He runs multiple programs for cardiology. >36: mportantly, high blood pressure is not a heart condition and Floyd had no evidence of any heart problems. In fact evidence indicated he had a very strong heart. >36: Floyd did not die of a heart attack or anything like it. His heart stopped from a lack of oxygen in his body. >36: The evidence from Floyd admitting himself to the hospital after taking 8 percocets in 2 hours showed no side effects and therefore a very high tolerance to opiates in general. >36: He also showed no signs during the murder of being affected by fentanyl, in fact he showed the opposite per the cardiologist. >36: The methamphetamine played "no substantive role at all" due to such a low level in his system and compared with the context of his death. >36: Floyd's death was "absolutely preventable" and there were "several junctures" where intervention could have saved him, including the prone position, as his condition clearly worsened, and when he lost consciousness. >36: Because medical prospects worsen by 10-15% every minute, Floyd should have been released from the hold and received CPR as soon as he was found to have no pulse. >36: "Had he not been restrained in the way he was, I think he would have survived that day." Nelson: "So if he got in the squad car, he'd be alive." >Witness 37 was George Floyd's brother Philonise Floyd. He gave a very brief testimony for sympathy of the jury. It focused on George's character and included stories about his role in the community and mourning the loss of his mother. >Witness 38 was a law professor and former cop. He was an expert witness in the legality of use of force by police (previous witnesses testifying to training but not legality). >38: After Floyd was on the ground he was well in control and there was no call for continued or heightened use of force since he was no threat at all. >38: Given that another officer, the bystanders, and Floyd himself strongly indicated Floyd's medical distress, Chauvin was definitely aware of this no matter where his attention was and should have acted appropriately. >38: The cop saying "This is why you don't do drugs, kids" and other behavior showed the police were ignoring protocol to de-escalate with bystanders. >38: Once again, the kneeling on Floyd's neck was clearly excessive force and not protocol (although it is actually part of training so that's a lie) >Nelson had no viable strategy today. He keeps looking for angles and getting blocked by witnesses. He has nothing and can't work a PDF, meanwhile the state had an interface that walked through the timeline of Floyd's death with embedded video clips. >State witnesses should be done now, with defense witnesses beginning tomorrow. Closing statements are planned for monday to give the jury the weekend off. After closing statements they will be sequestered for deliberation.
BREAKING: Kim Potter, the police officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright, is president of the Brooklyn Center Police Union.
It only gets worse. Apparently, the reason why Duante Wright even had a warrant was because they mailed his notice of hearing to the Wrong address. Thus they had a warrant for him he didn't know about. Proofs: https://twitter.com/4TheCulture____/status/1381779288609931268?s=19 So. It's time to do a full recap. How did we get here in the first place? Wait for my next post please and thank you.
BIG UPDATE ON THE SITUATION Let's start from the beginning. Daunte Wright has a misdemeanor on his record. The government sends his Notice of Hearing to the wrong address. He never gets it. The government not knowing that they made a mistake… Issues a warrant on 2/5/21. Time passes… 4/11/21 - Daunte is borrowing his mother's car. There's an air freshener hanging from the rear view mirror. In Minnesota, it's a way to pull over someone because it's technically illegal because cops need petty crimes to pull people over. Cops first pull him over for that. Next the cops notice that the car has expired plate stickers. This is actually a common issue in the entire US since the pandemic started. A majority of people usually visit the DMV to get their stickers or get them mailed. Minnesota is one of the states during the pandemic that has a massive delay in receiving their plate stickers. So, it is another way for police to pull you over for no reason despite having your car registered properly. Then, as they look up his driver's license, the cops see the warrant that I mentioned first. This is where things go south. Suddenly this traffic stop went from petty pull over to warrant for arrest. None of this is Daunte's fault. As they attempt to cuff Daunte. Things are fine and then the cops for some reason stop cuffing him. Then he probably panicked and decided to take his chances because he had no clue why they were detaining him in the first place. Enter Officer Kim Potter. 26 year veteran and most senior police officer on the force. Also the police union president for the suburb. As her other police officer struggles with Daunte. She doesn't do her first job of having a handle on Daunte as the other Officer was checking something. Next Daunte frees himself enough and gets back into the car. She thinks she pulled out her taser. Calling the other Officer to move so she can use it. She shoots Daunte. That wasn't a taser. That was her firearm. Daunte is bleeding out attempts to drive off only to hit another car. He's now dead. There was a passenger in the car. It was his girlfriend. And here we are. Another black man dead.
>>1333775 >None of this is Daunte's fault. Except the misdemeanour. >decided to take his chances because he had no clue why they were detaining him in the first place. These guys really need to have The Talk about what their chances are when they try to flee or resist arrest.
>>1333670 Day 24 of the Derek Chauvin Trial is on Motions now, jury at 9:15 CDT Go to https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Headlines link
>>1333791 Jury is live
Replay of the Press Conference with the families of George Floyd and Daunte Wright Go to https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Happenings link
Day 25 begins Wednesday at 8:45am for more Motions and Matters. Trial will begin around 9:15~9:30am for the 13th Day of the Trial. >Motions before the jury came in: Motions over evidence for the witnesses for today. The state officially rest their case today and the defense started calling witnesses. >First Defense Witness (Witness 39) is a retired cop who arrested George Floyd on May 6th 2019. >39th Witness was very poor and actually helped the state. George Floyd was in the passenger side of a SUV and was forced to leave the vehicle and taken into custody. >39th Witness pulled his gun out on George Floyd and had him play simon says. He was trying to say George Floyd wasn't complying and everything. Yet George followed his commands perfectly and was responsive. >First Defense Witness was done very quickly including the cross examination >Second Defense Witness (Witness 40) was the EMT called on May 6th, 2019. She took his pulse that day. He had a crazy high blood pressure reading. >Witness 40 testified that they took him to the hospital. he had taken 7-8 percs that day. He was fine and never needed treatment. >Third Defense Witness (Witness 41) was Shawanda Hill the female passenger with George Floyd on May 25th, 2020. >41st Witness testified that George was her ex-spouse and George wasn't driving but was sleeping in the passenger side of the car. He was napping and then when he came to. The cops were there and he was startled and disturbed. >Testimony took a bit but then the Witness got a bit agitated with the process. Then the testimony ended it. >Fourth Defense Witness (Witness 42) was the Park Police Officer that was keeping Shawanda Hill and Morries Hall and the vehicle George Floyd was driving. >Nothing of note of his body cam except we see that it was Officer Thao who misled the Fire Department and sent them into the store when the EMTs left the scene already. We also saw the off-duty firefighter arrive. >Fifth Defense Witness(Witness 25) was an officer that testified earlier and the defense asked her to come back. >Witness 25 is the medical support coordinator of the MPD. She was called back to testify about excited delirium and that was it. >We got to lunch very quickly and had to wait for the 6th defense witness today. >Sixth Defense Witness (Witness 43) was literally /pol/ coming in to testify. He was a former cop of 29 years including federal level. He is now a consultant for police training and use of force. >The 43rd Witness was literally a clown from /pol/. His testimony was honestly fucking ridiculous. He said that putting someone in the restrained prone position isn't a use of force. He said Chauvin did nothing wrong and he did everything properly. >The clown witness continued on and said that despite George Floyd being passed out. He was still resisting and he considered the crowd to be a threat. >In the cross examination the prosecution (Steve Schliecher) essentially grilled and dissected Witness Clown 43's statements and forced him to actually acknowledge the facts of the several videos he claimed to have reviewed. >Clown Witness 43 at one point said that breathing is resisting. He also said only obese people are in danger when they are in the prone position. >Schliecher a few times corned the clown witness into saying statements or having to actually agree that Chauvin had his body weight on George's neck and back. It was like he was watching a completely different video. >Schliecher actually forced the clown witness into admitting that at times the crowd that showed up wasn't violent. He never gave any clear answers and never admitted to any facts that would make Chauvin look bad until he had no choice or looked foolish. >After the long cross examination and rebuttals. They ended with about 30 minutes to go. >More Motions about evidence and other things including how Eric Nelson (Defense consul) is unable to view the video file like a normal human being on a laptop. >Eventually the motions got to the fact that the state already wants to impeach witnesses from the defense already. The judge wasn't amused but he is willing to work with both sides on the manner. >Tomorrow's motions are going to be extremely interesting. It was a blitz through but we got a lot of tape. Someone actually could make a video based on the clown witness 43 statements. It was literally /pol/.
>>1333887 Day 25 has begun Motions now Jury at ~9:15 Go to https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Headlines link
>>1333945 Stop using two threads
>>1333887 Day 25 begins Wednesday at 8:45am for more Motions and Matters. Trial will begin around 9:15~9:30am for the 13th Day of the Trial. >Motions before the jury came in: Motions over evidence for the witnesses for today. The state officially rest their case today and the defense started calling witnesses. >First Defense Witness (Witness 39) is a retired cop who arrested George Floyd on May 6th 2019. >39th Witness was very poor and actually helped the state. George Floyd was in the passenger side of a SUV and was forced to leave the vehicle and taken into custody. >39th Witness pulled his gun out on George Floyd and had him play simon says. He was trying to say George Floyd wasn't complying and everything. Yet George followed his commands perfectly and was responsive. >First Defense Witness was done very quickly including the cross examination >Second Defense Witness (Witness 40) was the EMT called on May 6th, 2019. She took his pulse that day. He had a crazy high blood pressure reading. >Witness 40 testified that they took him to the hospital. he had taken 7-8 percs that day. He was fine and never needed treatment. >Third Defense Witness (Witness 41) was Shawanda Hill the female passenger with George Floyd on May 25th, 2020. >41st Witness testified that George was her ex-spouse and George wasn't driving but was sleeping in the passenger side of the car. He was napping and then when he came to. The cops were there and he was startled and disturbed. >Testimony took a bit but then the Witness got a bit agitated with the process. Then the testimony ended it. >Fourth Defense Witness (Witness 42) was the Park Police Officer that was keeping Shawanda Hill and Morries Hall and the vehicle George Floyd was driving. >Nothing of note of his body cam except we see that it was Officer Thao who misled the Fire Department and sent them into the store when the EMTs left the scene already. We also saw the off-duty firefighter arrive. >Fifth Defense Witness(Witness 25) was an officer that testified earlier and the defense asked her to come back. >Witness 25 is the medical support coordinator of the MPD. She was called back to testify about excited delirium and that was it. >We got to lunch very quickly and had to wait for the 6th defense witness today. >Sixth Defense Witness (Witness 43) was literally /pol/ coming in to testify. He was a former cop of 29 years including federal level. He is now a consultant for police training and use of force. >The 43rd Witness was literally a clown from /pol/. His testimony was honestly fucking ridiculous. He said that putting someone in the restrained prone position isn't a use of force. He said Chauvin did nothing wrong. He did everything properly. >The clown continued on and said that despite George Floyd being passed out. He was still resisting and he considered the crowd to be a threat. >In the cross examination the prosecution (Steve Schliecher) essentially grilled and dissected Witness 43's statements and forced him to actually acknowledge the facts of the several videos he claimed to have reviewed. >Witness 43 at one point said that breathing is resisting. He also said only obese people are in danger when they are in the prone position. >Schliecher a few times corned the clown witness into saying statements or having to actually agree that Chauvin had his body weight on George's neck and back. It was like we were watching a completely different video. >Schliecher actually forced the clown witness into admitting that at times the crowd that showed up wasn't violent. He never gave any clear answers and never admitted to any facts that would make Chauvin look bad until he had no choice or looked foolish. >After the long cross examination and rebuttals. They ended with about 30 minutes to go. >More Motions about evidence and other things including how Eric Nelson (Defense consul) is unable to view the video file like a normal human being. >Eventually the motions got to the fact that the state already wants to impeach witnesses from the defense already. The judge wasn't amused but he is willing to work with both sides on the manner. >Tomorrow's motions are going to be extremely interesting. It was a blitz through but we got a lot of tape. >Someone actually could make a video based on the clown witness statements.
Day 26 begins Thursday at 9:15~9:30am. Might be motions in the morning due to Dr. Tobin getting the chance to rebuttal the Rhodesian. >Motions this morning involved Morries Hall. He involved the 5th amendment so he wouldn't incriminate himself. >The only witness today that testified was David Fowler. Former Chief Medical Examiner of Maryland. >He is the 7th Defense Witness and the 44th overall witness. >Background: David Fowler is a born Rhodesian. He was born in current day Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He left in 1991 to the US. >While the Rhodesian was Medical Examiner he has history of making controversial and often incorrect determinations of death. Usually in the manner of making sure that cops don't get charged for their bullshit. Example: in 2018 with Anton Black. The Rhodesian claimed that Anton Black had heart condition, trace amount of drugs, bipolar and died due to it. Not because the cops beating the living shit out of him in front of his parents at his home. Outside Forensic Doctors disproved >The Rhodesian had a very long testimony and he claimed with a lot of bullshit medical reasoning that Derek Chauvin was not responsible for George Floyd's death. His determination was that the death was not a homicide but an undetermined death. >The Rhodesian also said that George Floyd being poisoned by carbon monoxide even though Officer Thao turned off the vehicle and also the vehicle is hybrid as well so there is even less emission coming from the vehicle. >The Rhodesian tried to say that the God of Breathing was wrong about George Floyd's ability to breathe despite the fact he doesn't have any pulmonary credibility at all. >The Rhodesian testified that George Floyd's heart suddenly stopped beating despite having no signs of heart tissue damage that indicate that his heart was damaged from such an event. >He also claimed that he could see something in George Floyd's mouth and made an assumption that it was drugs. However there is no way to prove that it was drugs and there no video of George Floyd in the back of car ever spitting drugs out. >Tried to lie about the amount of weight that was on George Floyd's back and neck. Saying that the amount weight a person puts on someone with both knees is only 23% of their body weight. >The Prosecution (Jerry Blackwell) pulled out multiple medical textbooks to show the jury that this Rhodesian is a fraud and/or is lying about what he was testifying about. >The judge didn't allow many of the prosecution's objections but explained after the jury and witness left that he overruled because he's allowing the state to bring Dr. Tobin (God of Breathing) back to rebuttal the Rhodesian's testimony. >This also makes us think that the state is trying to impeach Witness 44's testimony due to the fact that he has such a suspect background as a medical examiner and he made so many clearly incorrect statements in his testimony on medical knowledge. >A witness got pushed back to tomorrow. But we may still have more motions in the morning. >This was the longest testimony of the trial so far. Extra Note: The Rhodesian is being sued by the family of Anton Black because of his autopsy and determination of that death was completely incorrect.
>>1334026 Day 26 about to begin Go to https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Headlines link
>AOC selling $60 "tax the rich" sweaters LOL reminder the "Tax the rich" mantra is a psyop. The moment we begin taxing their billions it's all over, their billions are no longer criminal, illegal- but totally legitimate. In a perfect world their wealth would be taken from them, taxes would be abolished entirely and all energy industry would be nationalized to fund the state.
>>1333946 Seconded. Also totally random, but why the absolute fuck is the bourgeois media using "jab" out of nowhere when it comes to a shot? What is with this forced meme? I never heard of that word used when it comes to shots/vaccines/innoculations...is it originally a britfag term?
>>1333775 >There's an air freshener hanging from the rear view mirror. In Minnesota, it's a way to pull over someone because it's technically illegal... Lmao burger police will kill you over an air freshener in your car.
>>1334089 >>1333946 It's relevant to the burger thread, but it moves a lot slower here so I see your point. Others with opinions (including mods) reply to this post whether to keep posting the updates here and I'll go by that.
>>1334082 GOD OF BREATHING RETURNS GET IN
>>1334093 >>1334026 Day 27 (FINAL DAY) begins Monday at 9:00am CDT. Closing arguments and instructions to the jury. >Nelson advised Chauvin on 5th amendment and testimony. Chauvin invoked 5th amendment privilege (He didn't testify). Judge asked him again, and he maintained the decision. >The defense rests (done with witnesses), and the state moves in for rebuttal of Dr. Fowler (defense expert witness, the Rhodesian who claimed Floyd died of carbon monoxide poisoning). Dr. Tobin (God of Breathing) was brought on for this. >There was a big argument over evidence about evidence about carbon monoxide poisoning. The county fucked this up by not communicating promptly (Dr. Baker's fault). >Judge disallowed the new evidence about whether Floyd had carbon monoxide in his blood (from last night / this morning). It was ruled that if Tobin even mentioned the new evidence it would be a mistrial. >The issue here was that Dr. Fowler, the bullshit witness claiming CO poisoning, basically demanded tests that hadn't been done for something that wasn't an issue (the car was off so the exhaust didn't give Floyd CO poisoning). >Though there was a test done for CO levels in Floyd, it wasn't promptly provided to the state for this case and became inadmissible as a result. >This was the closest the trial came so far to a mistrial or Nelson being able to do something to keep Chuavin from being convicted. >Jerry Blackwell (state) pulled them out of the hole by getting the judge to allow Dr. Tobin to testify to the lack of carbon monoxide poisoning based on medical evidence already entered. >Tobin successfully explained that Floyd didn't have significant carbon monoxide only using prior evidence: 98% hemoglobin in his blood, meaning AT MOST 2% carboxyhemoglobin (result of CO poisoning) which is normal for a healthy person. >Repeated breaks and sidebars interrupted the rebuttal as Nelson tried his best to cause a mistrial in another way. >Nelson cross-examined Dr. Tobin but got rekt. He tried to get Tobin for not listing relevant medical literature about physiology but Tobin did in fact provide this evidence. Nelson just wasn't paying attention. >Dr. Martin "God of Breathing" Tobin easily and quickly explained that the testimony was useless. >All that's left is argument (closing arguments) from the state and defense and instructions to the jury for deliberation as they decide the verdict. >Unless some other bullshit causes a mistrial or there's a rightoid on the jury who's willing to cause a hung jury, the spectacle is almost over. Given the overwhelming evidence against Chauvin they will probably return a verdict early next week.
>>1334086 >The moment we begin taxing their billions it's all over They're already taxed, taw the rich, means tax the rich more. Is it all over ?
Biden is supposed to speak in about 10 minutes https://cytu.be/r/bunkerchantemp and click on the Headlines link
>>1334091 I'm comfortable with it being posted in both threads
>>1334108 Kind of a moot point now, only 1 day of trial left most likely, so 1 post for that, 1 for the verdict, 1 for sentence.
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>>1334089 Yes, it's a bongism. >>1334086 We don't live in a perfect world, but taxing the rich would bring us a little closer to it, just like the last time we did so, or other countries that still do.
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>>1334111 I expect to hear a whole lot of "he had to make a split second decision police lives matter too" Seems like cops make a lot of split second decisions that end with citizens with their hands up being killed. That is... Unless they're obviously right wing paramilitaries acting as state death squads.
>>1334131 >right wing paramilitaries acting as state death squads. the obvious difference between turning yourself in vs running away
>>1334122 wont happen because the rich will always find ways to not pay taxes. and it will always hurt the working class because now the working class pays more in tax to compensate the upper class not paying tax
>>1334111 his hands were fucking up. idiot could have waited literally one second more to assess the situation. Fuck him. It's super obvious that this kid was given the gun after the 21 year old fired the gun and just booked it and tried to stash it because he was in far over his head. Fuck all cops. we don't need em.
>>1334138 "Your" opinion (recycled from "muh capital flight" porky propaganda and laundered into the "left" by MLARPer crypto-revisionist tendencies) doesn't seem to line up with historical nor global facts

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