Saturday, February 17, 2018

Which brave 'celeb' on Twitter will call for Drone Control? (Don't hold your breath)

Do you know how many civilians were killed by US air strikes in Iraq and Syria in 2017?

5,000 is a conservative number.


Oh, look, the fake ass Milaon's out:

  1. More of this please.

Alyssa isn't part of the child trafficking -- not  anymore.  Those youth parties of her teen days -- that she pretends today to be unknowing of -- she was just having soda you understand and trying to protect herself -- although the parties were thrown by men who were into boys so there wasn't a great need to protect herself -- but whatever.

She went on to pretend to be a defender of children -- with UNICEF.

Why the hell would this fake ass ever allowed partner with UNICEF?

Gun control she wants.

Drone control?

Not so much from our aging whore.

She's perfectly fine with children suffering.

Give her another soda pop and tell her it's a party.

That'll help her enjoy the suffering even more.

When all the fake asses want to call for an end to drones, I'll believe they're not all hypocrites.

But children in Iraq die every day.  Fifteen years next month, fifteen years for this illegal war that the US government started.

But don't bother Alyssa or Meryl or any other fake asses because they won't say one damn word.

They're fake asses.

They shed crocodile tears -- that is, they shed crocodile tears when they think the cameras might catch them.

Fake asses.

And they keep the wars going.

The following community sites -- plus Jody Watley, LATINO USA, Cindy Sheehan and THE GUARDIAN -- updated:

  • J.F.K.
    14 hours ago 

  • MEDIA ADVISORY: Isakson Announces Veterans Service Organizations Hearings


    Senator Johnny Isakson (above) is the Chair of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee.  His office issued the following yesterday:

    Friday, February 16, 2018
    Contact: Amanda Maddox, 202-224-7777
    Camlin Moore, 202-224-9126

    Isakson Announces Veterans Service Organizations Hearings
    WASHINGTON – The Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, chaired by U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., along with the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, will hold a series of hearings with Veterans Service Organizations (VSOs) to consider their respective legislative priorities for this year.
    The first hearing will take place on Tuesday, February 27, 2018, with the Disabled American Veterans. See below for a full list of the upcoming VSO hearings.
    The hearing will be streamed online at Media who plan to attend should RSVP to
    Full list of upcoming VSO hearings:

    Tuesday, February 27, 2018
    Legislative Presentation of the Disabled American Veterans
    2:00 PM
    Room SD-G50, Dirksen Senate Office Building

    Wednesday, February 28, 2018
    Legislative Presentation of the American Legion
    10:00 AM
    Room SD-G50, Dirksen Senate Office Building

    Tuesday, March 6, 2018
    Legislative Presentations of Multiple VSOs (American Ex-Prisoners of War, American Veterans, Association of the United States Navy, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, National Guard Association of the United States, Non Commissioned Officer Association, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Vietnam Veterans of America, Wounded Warrior Project)
    2:00 PM
    Room SD-G50, Dirksen Senate Office Building
    Wednesday, March 7, 2018
    Legislative Presentation of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
    10:00 AM
    Room SD-G50, Dirksen Senate Office Building

    Wednesday, March 14, 2018
    Legislative Presentations of Multiple VSOs (Air Force Sergeants Association, Blinded Veterans Association, Fleet Reserve Association, Gold Stars Wives of America, Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, Military Officers Association of America, Military of the Purple Heart, National Association of the State Directors of Veterans Affairs, The Retired Enlisted Association)
    10:00 AM
    Room SD-G50, Dirksen Senate Office Building


    The Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs is chaired by U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., in the 114th Congress. Isakson is a veteran himself – having served in the Georgia Air National Guard from 1966-1972 – and has been a member of the Senate VA Committee since he joined the Senate in 2005. Isakson’s home state of Georgia is home to more than a dozen military installations representing each branch of the military as well as more than 750,000 veterans.

    Axelrod gives the game away (Margaret Kimberley)

    Some Tweets from journalist Margaret Kimberley:

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    I’m paraphrasing but this is what Obama said to . “I’m sorry for your loss but f**k you.” In 8 years Obama DOJ only prosecuted 2 cops. The one who killed was not one of them. He is still on the force and got overtime pay for appearing in court.
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    speaking personally, I voted for bernie in the primaries only after seeing this cunning russian facebook ad
  • 直播回看:2018中央电视台春节联欢晚会(完整版) | 2018 CCTV Spring Festival Gala Africans on Chinese tv .. African performers would be nice. But no. Black face, fake butts, monkeys. 3 hours 17 minutes until about 3 hours 31 minutes.
  • War propaganda from .. Hayes even pushed back a little. Gave him a chance to rephrase. Nadler should be ashamed.
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    Tweet has now been deleted by
  • Ha ha!
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    The Soviet Union defeated fascist Germany and saved Europe from fascism. And here you see the revival of fascism with the assistance of the United States and Europe.
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    New on MoA: Mueller Indictment - The "Russian Influence" Is A Commercial Marketing Scheme Pic: A "Russian Influence" Agent
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    Want to see Assault Rifles banned? A friend sent me this.
  • Rep. Nadler used to be a civil libertarian. Now he and other democrats are leading the charge against freedom of speech and expression.
  • Congress Jerrold Nadler is known as a liberal and civil libertarian. Now he is a champion of intelligence agencies and says that Russians on facebook is akin to Pearl Harbor attack. Even Chris Hayes had to push back.
  • Britain ended slavery in 1833 and paid £20 million in compensation to the slave holders. That was 40% of the budget at that time. It was so much money that British tax payers were on the hook for it until 2015. .
  • Worst person in the world? .
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    This to me is key item of the indictment, #95. Not ruling out political motives too, but points to this being a commercial scam.
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    Replying to 
    Watch the current hunt for Russian anything to turn into a call for locking down free action on the internet to a massive degree. The Internet is the last man standing in terms of uncontrolled communication and information dissemination and so must-be-destroyed.
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    Retweeted Margaret Kimberley (): Tricontinental Launch Video Follow today!...
  • U.K. spy agency hacked Belgium, an ally, and got away with the crime.
  • 13 indicted Russians. I have the proof. LOL!
  • Tricontinental Launch Video Follow today! via
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    Today we celebrate the with one fifth of the world’s population spread across cities and countries in Asia and the diaspora. Happy Lunar New year 新年快乐 새해복많이받으세요 Chuc mung nam moi
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    Replying to 
    it must be Jill Stein and certainly not the DNC telling its people not to campaign there. So honest, that David
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    Replying to 
    Russians did not get me to vote for Jill Stein. No way was I voting for a corrupt Wall St. warmonger (or the actual Republican).
  • Axelrod gives the game away. Democrats are using to attack Jill Stein and all of the left. I'm still on the train. Join us!
  • Axelrod gives the game away. The bipartisan effort will continue to attack Jill Stein in particular and the left in general. Time for a
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    This is what the Dem establishment would have done to Bernie if he had truly threatened Hillary, and what they’re doing to prevent him from getting nominated in 2020. It’s also what Bernie gets for parroting the Russiagate narrative.
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    Replying to 
    I voted for . Hillary Clinton would have never had my vote under any circumstances and I knew that since there was speculation that she would. I also voted for Jill Stein in 2012 after having been disappointed by my vote for Obama in 2008.
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    Replying to 
    No one voting for Jill Stein would have voted for Hilary Clinton. We hated Clinton and it wasn't because of Russia. It's been more than a year and still you're dodging the truth that Clinton lost because of Clinton.
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    Replying to 
    from the Indictment, ". . . Certain Defendants traveled to the United States under false pretenses for the purpose of collecting intelligence to inform Defendants’ operations." You know the same thing as to why we have CIA operatives all over the globe. 🧐
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    Replying to 
    It was for TWR -- Tweeting While Russian.
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    Mueller didn’t indict any “hackers.” He indicted employees of a St Petersburg-based troll farm without demonstrating any RU government involvement. is misleading its readers, perhaps willfully, and engaging in media malpractice.
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    Pavlov's House fight (Stalingrad) in a Chinese film.
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    Grasping at straws, Mueller indicts employees of a Russian troll farm for buying online ads that included cute puppy and Superman Jesus images. According to Facebook, 56% of the ads appeared after the 2016 election and 25% were seen by no one. Another farce propels Cold War 2.0
  • People vote green because your party sucks. And you are losers. Wiped out at every level of Government. And you like War and you won’t raise the minimum wage. And so on and so on...
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    Listening to CNN where a breathless young talking head is informing us that the St. Pete Troll farm even had a 'department of provocation'. Sinister! Wonder if they had a department of silly walks?