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Jews Arrested For World’s Biggest DDOS Attack System

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Israel has once again maintained its reputation as the world’s leading online fraud and subversion center with the arrest of two Jews in that country for running the planet’s biggest Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attack system, which crashes websites by overwhelming them with fake “pings.”

The vDos service apparently “attracted tens of thousands of paying customers and facilitated more than two million distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks over the four year period it was in business,” the Krebs blog revealed.
The two Jews, named as Yarden “applej4ck” Bidani and Itay “p1st” Huri were arrested last week Thursday and then released Friday on the equivalent of about USD $10,000 bond each. Israeli authorities also seized their passports, placed them under house arrest for 10 days, and forbade them from using the Internet or telecommunications equipment of any kind for 30 days.
vDOS is a “booter” service that has earned in excess of $600,000 over the past two years helping customers coordinate more than 150,000 so-called distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks designed to knock Web sites offline.
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Heartbreaking picture of 22-year-old with marijuana overdose

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Mother shares heartbreaking picture of her 22-year-old daughter in the hospital just moments before she was removed from life support after overdosing on marijuana

The mother of a young girl who died after overdosing on drugs shared a heartbreaking photograph of her on Monday as she lay helpless on life support
Cheryl Towery, 49, shared the picture of her and her 22-year-old daughter, Elaina, on the day that she removed her from life support at a Detroit hospital
Elaina fell into a coma on Thursday after she is believed to have ingested marijuana
'She's my only daughter, my best friend,' Towery said. 'She was supposed to start her new job today, now she's on life support
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California Crops Rot as Immigration Crackdown Creates Farmworker Shortage

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Vegetable prices may be going up soon, as a shortage of migrant workers is resulting in lost crops in California.

Farmers say they're having trouble hiring enough people to work during harvest season, causing some crops to rot before they can be picked. Already, the situation has triggered losses of more than $13 million in two California counties alone, according to NBC News.
The ongoing battle about U.S. immigration policies is blamed for the shortage. The vast majority of California's farm workers are foreign born, with many coming from Mexico. However, the PEW Research Center reports more Mexicans are leaving the U.S. than coming here.

To make the jobs more attractive, farmers are offering salaries above minimum wage, along with paid time off and 401(k) plans, but even that's not proving enough.
It's unclear exactly how widespread the labor shortage is for farmers throughout the country, which would have a bigger impact on prices consumers pay. Ultimately, drought and flooding have a more significant impact on farms. Low oil prices could also offset any impact of the worker shortage.But for farmers, who have seen net farm income fall 50% since 2013, any lost income could be potentially devastating.
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Niggers no longer welcome in Missouri

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>NAACP delegates have approved a travel advisory warning marginalized groups that “they may not be safe” if they go to Missouri because their civil rights are likely to be violated.

>The delegates voted Wednesday to nationally adopt the advisory, which was put in place statewide in June, according to the Springfield News-Leader. The advisory ― directed at people of color, women, people who identify as LGBTQ and those with disabilities ― cites recent legislation signed by Gov. Eric Greitens (R) that makes it even more difficult to sue for housing or employment discrimination.

>NAACP Springfield chapter President Cheryl Clay and other chapter members emphasized that this is not a boycott, but a warning and a response to the legislation.

>“Our ongoing issues of racial profiling, discrimination, harassment and excess violence towards people of color have been further exacerbated by the passage and signing of [Senate Bill] 43,” Clay said in a statement to the News-Leader.

>“Not all the communities have the desire or the will to do the right thing for people in their community,” Clay added. “Thus, this is why Missouri has earned the travel advisory for the whole state.”
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This guy wrote a 10-page antidiversity credo for Google

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Trump-Hating Feminist Has Meltdown When She Finds Out She Loves Ivanka Trump Pants

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On Saturday, feminist Lauren Holter wrote about a recent "confusing" experience she had in a Marshalls dressing room. Holter, who loathes President Donald Trump, his policies, and his family, became unglued when she tried on a pair of Ivanka Trump slacks and really liked them. They fit really well ... but The Patriarchy.

What's a girl to do?

"I was pretty shocked when I pulled on the Ivanka Trump pants to find they actually fit well," started the feminist. "Like, really well."

"My first thought was, Wait, this can't be right," she continued.

Holter then tried to find flaws in the stylish and form-fitting pants, only to come up empty-handed. So, naturally, the feminist had to remind herself how terrible Ivanka is.

"As I stared at the pants trying to find some aspect that didn't fit (Do the pockets flare out? No, those are smooth. Do they ride up too high? Nope, just right.), I reminded myself that Ivanka has positioned herself as a moderating force in the White House, but hasn't actually delivered any results on paid family leave, LGBTQ rights, or climate change," she wrote.

Holter was torn. Should she capitulate to The Patriarchy and buy the pants that make her legs look fantastic; or should she stand up to injustice everywhere by rejecting the pants?

"I could try to convince myself that Ivanka stepping down from her company means her identity is now separate from the brand. Or simply that her brand isn't about politics," she debated.
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non government organisation and fishermen harass the

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Generation identity's C-star ship have been persecuted and harassed by the "rescue vessel" M / S Aquarius off Libya's coast for trying to deny more north africans a road in into eu.
On Sunday, C-star sailed against Tunisia to refuel and supply fuel.
In the port of Zarzis they encountered resistance from local fishermen.
"If they come here, we will block the lane to the refueling station," said Chamseddine Bourassine, chairman of the fishermen's association in the port of Zarzis to AFP.
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2 Dead in Charlottesville Helicopter Crash Linked to White Nationalist Rally

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>Officials say the deaths of two people in a helicopter crash near Charlottesville, Virginia, have been linked to a violent white nationalist rally earlier in the day.

>It was not immediately clear how the crash was connected to the rally. Corinne Geller, a Virignia State Police spokeswoman, says the pilot and a passenger were killed in the crash Saturday afternoon.

>The crash happened just a few hours after a car plowed into a crowd of people peacefully protesting against the white nationalist rally. One person was killed and at least two dozen were hurt.
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The real Illuminati

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I am going to tell you the truth about the Illuminati. I will also include a playlist with videos that prove/demonstrate how this works ok? Do you know who runs the Illuminati? Nobody. I am Nobody. The Illuminati also only has one member. Me.The rest is all fake or lieing. I will show you something:
Illuminati symbol, traingle and an EYE or the eye of GOD. EYE=5+25+5=35 3+5=8 OR GOD=7+15+4=26 2+6=8.. Both ways it says 38 or put to letters CH.
My name: Logan=5 letters van=3 letters Engelen=5+14+7+5+12+5+14=62 6+2=8. 538! I hid that there on purpose like that. My other name, Archangel. Hidden in it, RCH= 18 3 8. 1+8=9. 938! To letters: ICH, comes from ICHTHUS. I=Jesus CH=Christ. There is way more explanation in the videos and the +/- 900 videos on my channel. You can not fight me, the real Illuminati, with money. I can destroy all those fake idiots just by sneezing. So, here are the videos and your truth right?? You are welcome!
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min 25 years to break even for WI taxpayer subsidy to Foxconn for factory

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MILWAUKEE -- Wisconsin taxpayers won't break even on the proposed Foxconn deal for at least 25 years. Non-partisan budget analysts at the Capitol said Tuesday, August 8th that's only if Foxconn keeps its commitment to build a $10 billion plant and hire 13,000 people. If people from Illinois make up more than 10 percent of Foxconn's workforce, or if the company falls short of 13,000 employees, taxpayers won't be made whole until beyond 2045. The analysis got to lawmakers Tuesday, two days before a planned committee vote. Democrats said the new details made them more likely to vote no.

>"I think we really need to put the brakes on this, really slow down and vet this bill to make sure we get the right deal for Wisconsinites," Rep. David Crowley, D-Milwaukee said.

>Governor Scott Walker responded by comparing the Foxconn deal to the Green Bay Packers signing DE Reggie White -- calling both "transformational." Walker said the deal is about more than the effect on tax revenue.

>Foxconn was the focus of a town hall meeting in Milwaukee Tuesday night -- where some asked whether it's worth it.

>The meeting was hosted by Rep. Jonathan Brostoff, D-Milwaukee, who doesn't like the deal to bring Foxconn to Wisconsin.

>"I just don't know how it can be done right," a speaker said.

>"I want ironclad guarantees. I want a piece of that man's flesh if they back out of here," a speaker said.

>After the announcement Foxconn could create up to 13,000 jobs in SE Wisconsin, some were skeptical Tuesday about the potential deal that lured the electronics manufacturer.

>"It turns out the more details that come out, the worse this deal looks," Brostoff said.

>Brostoff said a tax incentives package that could reach up to $3 billion isn't worth it.
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