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Women want men to go back to the way they were before feminism

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Shortage of eligible men has left women taking desperate steps to preserve their fertility, experts say
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Putin gave Norks engines for ICBM missiles

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Quick rundown
>Norks struggling and failing to produce engines for ICBMs by themselves
>Suddenly Norks test advanced ICBM capable of hitting US successfully
>It is discovered they used missiles of Russian design that were produced by factory in Ukraine on the Russian border
>Putin has invaded Ukraine, including the area with the factory in it
>classic to Russian tactics, engines were built in Ukraine to give Putin plausible deniability but there is little doubt he facilitated the purchase

Putin can't launch nukes on the US without getting nuked himself so he's giving the technology to the one group of people who are crazy enough to actually use them on the US. This is an act of war the way Russia has been waging war in recent years: covertly. Remember the "little green men" who invaded Ukraine and how Putin denied his involvement until the very last minute? This is how they operate, in secrecy and denial with propaganda brainwashing domestic and foreign minds alike.
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South Korea warns North over 'repeated provocation' as US-Seoul war games begin

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Seoul and Washington have begun annual war games, prompting the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, to warn North Korea against using them as an excuse to intensify the “vicious cycle” of tensions.

Tens of thousands of South Korean and US troops are taking part in the Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint military drills, a largely computer-simulated exercise that runs for two weeks in the South.

The exercises are viewed by nuclear-armed Pyongyang as a provocative rehearsal for invasion, and it always meets them with threats of strong military counteraction. North Korea said recently it was considering firing a salvo of missiles towards the US Pacific territory of Guam.

Moon described the exercises as “purely defensive in nature” and told Pyongyang it “must not use it as an excuse to launch provocations that will worsen the situation”.

“North Korea must understand its repeated provocations are what is forcing South Korea and the US to conduct the joint defensive drills, which in turn keeps the vicious cycle going,” the president told a cabinet meeting.
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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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A controversial “free speech” rally is scheduled from noon to 2 p.m. at the Boston Common’s Parkman Bandstand. Boston Free Speech, the group organizing the rally, posted a list of rally speakers Friday.
The list includes Joe Biggs, who worked until recently for Infowars, the website founded by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones; and Kyle Chapman, known on the internet as “Based Stickman” and founder of the Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights, which is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a “new Alt-Right group of street fighters.” U.S. Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai is also scheduled to speak.
Organizers say they’re committed to holding a peaceful rally.
“If we are made aware, at any time, that hate groups are attending our rally we will ask them to exercise their free speech elsewhere,” the group said on Facebook Friday after a Boston Herald report that KKK members were planning to attend.
Thousands of people have RSVP’d online to two counter-protests: A “Fight Supremacy!” counter-protest and rally, which is set to start at 10 a.m. with a march from Roxbury to the Common, and a “Stand for Solidarity” counter-protest, starting at 11 a.m. in front of the State House. The two counter-protests are expected to join on the Common.
“Boston and Massachusetts are the home of some of the most important moments in the fight for freedom and equality in this nation’s history. Tomorrow is one more chapter in that honored tradition,” Baker said at a press conference Friday. “And we’re going to do everything we can to ensure that tomorrow is about liberty and justice and about freedom and peace, and yes, the right for people to peacefully gather and assemble.”
A large police presence is expected on the Common.
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Little girls model lingerie in 'Victoria's Secret'-style show

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Fashion shows are constantly being criticized for their use of either underweight or overweight models, or models who in some way don’t represent the general population.

Now new photos have emerged of a show that many feel has just totally crossed the line: Girls who appear to be as young as 5 have walked the runway in a Victoria’s Secret–style fashion show in China.

The shocking images show that the children were wearing nothing but lingerie, costume wings, and headpieces — all in front of a very snap-happy crowd.
The show was held at a shopping mall in Chengdu City, in southwest China’s Sichuan province.
It comes after Kim Kardashian sparked controversy with her new children’s line after showing off a bikini and lace slip dress on Snapchat just last month.
“I’m not dressing my 4-yr-old daughter in a leopard n lace slip dress Kim Kardashian Kids Line,” one outraged parent wrote.
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Wikileaks refuses to publish leaked info from the Kremlin

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The leak organization turned down damaging information from the Kremlin to focus of Hillary Clinton and election-related attacks.

In the summer of 2016, as WikiLeaks was publishing documents from Democratic operatives allegedly obtained by Kremlin-directed hackers, Julian Assange turned down a large cache of documents related to the Russian government, according to chat messages and a source who provided the records.

WikiLeaks declined to publish a wide-ranging trove of documents — at least 68 gigabytes of data — that came from inside the Russian Interior Ministry, according to partial chat logs reviewed by Foreign Policy.

The logs, which were provided to FP, only included WikiLeaks’s side of the conversation.

“As far as we recall these are already public,” WikiLeaks wrote at the time.

“WikiLeaks rejects all submissions that it cannot verify. WikiLeaks rejects submissions that have already been published elsewhere or which are likely to be considered insignificant. WikiLeaks has never rejected a submission due to its country of origin,” the organization wrote in a Twitter direct message when contacted by FP about the Russian cache.

(The account is widely believed to be operated solely by Assange, the group’s founder, but in a Twitter message to FP, the organization said it is maintained by “staff.”)

In 2014, the BBC and other news outlets reported on the cache, which revealed details about Russian military and intelligence involvement in Ukraine. However, the information from that hack was less than half the data that later became available in 2016, when Assange turned it down.
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Cuddle Services For Lefties Spike Under Trump Presidency

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Apparently, privileged lefties are so shaken by the election of President Trump that they are seeking out professional “cuddling services.” For $80/hour they sit in their jammies and “safely” touch and cuddle like-minded strangers.
Rolling Stone reports:

On a Saturday night in Venice, California, light spills from an open door on an otherwise dark street. The space appears to be an art gallery or studio: blank walls, cubbies for shoes and personal items and cushioned mats and pillows lining half of the room’s hardwood floor.

Twelve individuals filter into the room – dressed in pajamas, yoga attire, sweatpants – some more confidently than others. There are a handful who remove their shoes immediately and find a place on the floor, blanket in tow, presumably preparing for some grand slumber party or group nap. Each visitor is greeted by a woman wielding an iPad. “Would you like a hug?” she asks.

. . . . This room is called The Love Dome and hosts events including yoga, dance and private parties. Every Wednesday and Saturday night, The Love Dome is host to Cuddle Sanctuary, an organization that leads group cuddle events, professional cuddling and training for professionals. This is one of their group cuddle sanctuaries.

Apparently these “cuddle groups” have been taking place for years, but they’ve seen a spike since President Trump’s election.

Rolling Stone continues:

But what makes the organized effort of being held, a service that comes with a cost (Cuddlist sessions go for $80 an hour), something that aids in relieving the fear and discomfort that has come with Trump’s presidency?
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Bannon, basically: Trump’s campaign was a fraud

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>Stephen K. Bannon says he will be “covering” for President Trump on the outside, but the former White House chief strategist made a breathtakingly candid admission in the hours after his exit on Friday.

>“The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over,” Bannon told the Weekly Standard. “We still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this Trump presidency. But that presidency is over. It’ll be something else. And there’ll be all kinds of fights, and there’ll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over.”

>What, exactly, did Bannon mean? Well, he got specific:

>“I just think his ability to get anything done — particularly the bigger things, like the wall, the bigger, broader things that we fought for, it’s just going to be that much harder,” Bannon said of Trump.

>And what will be the effect of the remaining White House advisers on Trump?

>“I think they’re going to try to moderate him,” Bannon said. “I think he’ll sign a clean debt ceiling; I think you’ll see all this stuff. His natural tendency — and I think you saw it this week on Charlottesville — his actual default position is the position of his base, the position that got him elected. I think you’re going to see a lot of constraints on that. I think it’ll be much more conventional.”

>The line about Trump's “natural tendency” is exactly what Bannon meant about covering for the president. When Trump fails to deliver something he promised, as a candidate, Bannon will assure the faithful that their president's heart was in the right place but that the swamp got in his way.
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2017 us mint

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somebody please tell me why the lineup this year is three greats and a great mistake.

Ford, Regan and Nixon are too notable to be minted alongside some indian girl.

WTF happened?!?
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