Posting on ghost and internal boards should now work HOWEVER, links will not while an issue with recaptcha (antispam) is worked out

Okay...NOW /vp/'s images should be restored, an interrupt to the copy left a lot out that should now be there.

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sensored Media, Dead children. Population control.

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A New NSA Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack

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>New Report Says There Was “No Russian Hack” of DNC Computers – It Was a “Leak”
Former NSA experts say it wasn’t a hack at all, but a leak—an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system.

There was no hack of the Democratic National Committee’s system on July 5 last year—not by the Russians, not by anyone else. Hard science now demonstrates it was a leak—a download executed locally with a memory key or a similarly portable data-storage device. In short, it was an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system. This casts serious doubt on the initial “hack,” as alleged, that led to the very consequential publication of a large store of documents on WikiLeaks last summer.

Forensic investigations of documents made public two weeks prior to the July 5 leak by the person or entity known as Guccifer 2.0 show that they were fraudulent: Before Guccifer posted them they were adulterated by cutting and pasting them into a blank template that had Russian as its default language. Guccifer took responsibility on June 15 for an intrusion the DNC reported on June 14 and professed to be a WikiLeaks source—claims essential to the official narrative implicating Russia in what was soon cast as an extensive hacking operation. To put the point simply, forensic science now devastates this narrative.
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WH hires staffer for $89K/yr to deliver Trump positive news+flattering images

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Donald Trump has reportedly been given a dossier of positive news coverage about himself twice a day since entering the White House.

>Consisting of about 20-25 pages, the packet is filled with screenshots of positive cable news headlines, admiring tweets, transcripts of positive TV interviews, praise-filled news stories, and sometimes just pictures of the president on TV looking powerful, Vice News reported, citing White House sources.

>The folder is said to be compiled from the clippings that are sent to the White House from the Republican National Committee’s “war room,” which monitors local and national news, cable television, social media, digital media, and print media.

>Vice reported that the idea came from Reince Priebus, who was chief of staff until his recent ousting, and Sean Spicer, who resigned as White House press secretary last month.

>Both were reportedly eager to deliver the package, which became known by some in the White House as “the propaganda document”, the news website quoted an official as saying.

>“Priebus and Spicer weren’t in a good position, and they wanted to show they could provide positive coverage,” the official said. “It was self-preservation.”

>Mr Spicer disputed the nature of the dossier. “While I won’t comment on materials we share with the president, this is not accurate on several levels,” he told Vice, without elaborating.

>Now that Mr Spicer and Mr Priebus have departed, the officials say the folder has been produced less frequently.

>While Mr Trump has often railed at "fake news", usually targeting the New York Times or CNN, he has regularly tweeted reports that praise him.

>In a bid to promote positive news, Team Trump is now producing what it is billing as the "Real News."
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Tillerson refuses to condemn Duterte's war on drugs

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Duterte Meets Tillerson: ‘I Am Your Humble Friend’

(CNN)US Secretary of State Nominee Rex Tillerson says that the country will preserve its "longstanding friendship" with the Philippines, despite the violent anti-drug campaign of leader Rodrigo Duterte.

Despite the surge in violence, Duterte is popular in the Philippines, with approval ratings over 70% reported at the end of last month.
On Wednesday, he again vowed to diplomats that he would continue to end drugs, corruption, and criminality as part of a "sacred" promise, according to CNN Philippines.
Duterte has said he will not stop the crackdown until every last drug-related drug criminal is dead.
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russian journalists caught CIA agents on a meeting with russian oposition.

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when you heard the bitching and whining of fat americans non stop 24/7 in medias about evil russians allegedly hacking the US election and Russian Ambassador daring to meet people in USA russian journalists caught american CIA and US state dep representatives talking with russian libefaget opposition dinning together and plotting new shit against russian nation and russian people.

here the fucking literally video.

fun starts in 3:30
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European diplomats reportedly consider Trump a 'laughing stock' who is 'obsessed with Obama'

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>Foreign diplomats hold a less-than-flattering view of President Donald Trump, according to a BuzzFeed report published on Wednesday.

>Top-ranking European officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told BuzzFeed that their chief concerns were Trump's unpredictable Twitter use and his erratic behavior.

>Among other things, they also described the president as "something of a laughing stock" at international gatherings. As one official described it to BuzzFeed, diplomats consider his vocabulary to be limited to so few words and phrases that they play a type of "word bingo" whenever he speaks.

>"Everything is 'great'; 'very, very great', 'amazing'," one diplomat told BuzzFeed.

>Trump's distinctive speaking style has been widely imitated, most notably by actor Alec Baldwin, who often parodies the president on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

>While mimicking Trump, Baldwin often incorporates words the president favors into his routines, like "tremendous," "amazing," and "incredible."

>The diplomats' views of Trump reflect the opinions of European citizens, 79% of whom said in a Pew Research Center poll released in June that they have "no confidence" in the new US president.

>European diplomats also told BuzzFeed that they think Trump's foreign policy doctrine is driven primarily "an obsession" with undoing former President Barack Obama's initiatives.

>"It's his only real position," one official said. "He will ask: 'Did Obama approve this?' And if the answer is affirmative, he will say: 'We don't.'"

>The official added: "He won't even want to listen to the arguments or have a debate. He is obsessed with Obama."
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Maybe Putin is right

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In an interview with the Guardian’s Anywhere But Washington series, Moore also said that Ronald Reagan’s famous declaration about the Soviet Union being “the focus of evil in the modern world” might today be applied to the US.

“You could say that about America, couldn’t you?” he said. “We promote a lot of bad things.” Asked for an example, he replied: “Same-sex marriage.”

When it was pointed out to Moore that his arguments on gay rights and morality were the same as those of the Russian leader, he replied: “Well, maybe Putin is right.” He added: “Maybe he’s more akin to me than I know.”
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American shamed in Brazilia

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El Gringo was parking in WW2 veteran parking lot.
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Spray paint stunt prompts Twitter to increase censorship

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BERLIN (AP) -- An artist tired of seeing hateful tweets ignored by Twitter has managed to get the social network to remove or hide some of them - by spray-painting the offending posts in front of the company's German headquarters.

Shahak Shapira said he reported some 300 tweets containing possible illegal content to Twitter over a period of about six months but the social networking site ignored him. This occurred at a time when Twitter was arguing against tough new legislation in Germany, insisting it was already taking sufficient measures against hate speech.

Shapira said he painted almost 30 of the offending tweets on the street in front of Twitter's Hamburg offices Friday because "flagging things clearly wasn't enough."

"I had to spray it on the ground," he told The Associated Press in a telephone interview Wednesday.

The Israeli-born artist said he never got any kind of direct response from Twitter, either before or after the stunt.

But a video of it received over 100,000 views in 48 hours and clearly got the company's attention. By Wednesday, Twitter had deleted three tweets, suspended four accounts and withheld another seven accounts in Germany.
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Trump Thanks Putin For Kicking Out 755 Diplomats: "We'll Save A Lot Of Money"

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In a statement that has been buried by the rest of Trump's barrage of soundbites today, including the ongoing back on forth verbal war on North Korea, as well as Mueller, Manafort and McConnell, during his second meeting with reporters at his golf complex in Bedminster, President Trump said something which could push his war with the intel community and the "deep state" into uncharted territory.

In his first public comment on the recent decision by the Kremlin to seize two US compounds and kick out 755 US diplomats in retaliation for a similar move by Obama in December, Trump said "I want to thank" Russian President Vladimir Putin for ousting hundreds of US embassy employees "because we're trying to cut down our payroll."