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File: 04f285e24f19c4b⋯.jpg (5.02 MB, 3200x2085, 640:417, Bitcoin .jpg)

 No.63532[Reply]

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1492-Bitcoin-The-IRS-and-You-How-much-are-you-going-to-owe

As if the federal government doesn't get enough money from the population of this country, recently the IRS has filed judicial papers to the Bitcoin headquarters. The purpose of these documents is the release of information about people using this virtual currency to avoid federal tax laws. The government isn't fooling anyone. All they want is their piece of the pie and want to further know what people own and what people have. This is just another typical invasion of privacy perpetuated by a government that thinks they need to know everything about everyone at all times. The idea that someone may be making transactions that they cannot tax is driving them crazy.

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 No.63786

>>63752

>meme texting a post you agree with


 No.63788

>>63752

>abolishing work but somehow society will just keep functioning

yea good luck with that.


 No.63789

>>63786

muh argumend

>>63788

authoritarianism


 No.63794

>>63724

>implying cultural Marxists don't do it the most


 No.63813

File: e14b7ba3257f8f1⋯.png (285.39 KB, 922x878, 461:439, e14b7ba3257f8f1484407b6af8….png)

>>63705

"Surplus value" is the price you pay for using equipment and resources provided for by your boss. Nothing's stopping you retards from starting a co-op and keeping all the money you make for yourselves.




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 No.63597[Reply]

David Seaman is one among the few courageous journalists that have channeled their efforts towards investigating Pizzagate. In the meantime, the establishment has tried to water down his efforts by wiping out hundreds of videos from his YouTube channel.

Seaman made countless video’s showing his findings on the Pizzagate conspiracy that revolves around child sex-trafficking ring in Washington D.C. The independent journalists have an enormous following that in his YouTube channel that amounts to 154,156 subscribers. However, the channel is currently displaying no videos. His Vid.me account is also listing no videos, prompting the question on who’s exactly behind the malicious acts.

Although it’s not yet known as to why Seaman’s YouTube channel had all of its videos wiped out, one of the suspects is Joe Bernstein who is a senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News. Bernstein recently wrote a hit piece on Seaman branding him the Pizzagate King of the Internet. He also mocked the topics that Seaman has been covering despite the fact that he’s uninformed about Seaman’s research.

Bernstein wrote a statement that ridiculed Seaman efforts in researching the Rothschild’s, Satanism, and

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1494-Who-Deleted-PIZZAGATE-Researcher-David-Seaman-s-Video-From-YouTube

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 No.63631

"seaman"???

HAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.63636

As a satanic pedophile, I am ok with this


 No.63637

whoever did it must be moderator at VOAT too, seems consistent…

EXPOSED TRUTH is mirroring some of the videos though, would have been nice to archive all that shit too…


 No.63647

We have an opportunity to set it right.


 No.63811

The same people took my magic girlfriend.




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 No.63773[Reply]

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1502-Sweden-s-No-Go-Zones-Prove-that-Trump-is-Right

Last week, Donald Trump was criticized after he blasted Sweden due to its current immigration problem caused by the country’s problematic open-border policy. However, by taking a close look at Sweden, one would easily agree that Trump’s statements were on solid reasoning.

For years now, way before Trump decided to run for president, Sweden has no-go zones scattered across different parts of the country. These were established by the government to protect tourists and residents from being affected by the country’s rising crime rate.

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 No.63800

>>63777

>>63781

>delicious liberal tears flowing like wine

I've been in heaven since Trump won.


 No.63802

>>63800

Funk off christcuck :^)


 No.63805

>>63773

>Sweden’s No-Go Zones Prove that Trump is Right

Argumentative, not news. Is there supposed to be some kind of development here? Post accordingly.


 No.63810

>>63784

Diana? Is that her real name?does not sound very asian. What are the names of the other chicks at (((Goldwater))) ?


 No.63812

>>63810

Diana Printz and Jaselle Jash are the only names I know.

There's 4 or 5 of them, not sure who they others are.

Jim's ladyboy harem is great fun.




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 No.63809[Reply]

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1504-Theresa-May-To-Prevent-Half-of-Romania-and-Bulgaria-From-Living-In-The-U-K-Before-Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May promised a ' hard Brexit' and she appears firm and determined to deliver on such pledge, protecting first and foremost the interest of the U.K. The tough leader is reportedly expected to announce soon that European Union (EU) citizens arriving in U.K. after a cut-off date to be pegged at March 15 would no longer be entitled to live permanently in the U.K. Such move is seen as a good measure to prevent practically "half of Romania and Bulgaria" from coming to the U.K. before Brexit.

In order to effectively carry out such preemptive move against the potential influx of citizens from other EU countries, Theresa May is said to be contemplating on ending rights given to EU nationals under the freedom of movement rules when she triggers Article 50 next week to formally start the Brexit process. Should such a plan push through, it is unclear whether May's measure would constitute a breach of EU treaties that guarantee freedom of movement.



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 No.63616[Reply]

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/editorials/the-greek-debt-disaster-isn-t-just-a-financial-issue-it-is-a-humanitarian-one-a7600636.html

>Pensioners have seen their income cut by half, in some cases more. Medical services are under huge pressure, with some drugs no longer available. Unemployment is officially 23 per cent, with youth unemployment double that

Greece’s agony drags on, as we’re reminded by remarks from Germany’s deputy finance minister Jens Spahn. Greece must not be granted a “bail in” that would involve creditors taking a loss on their loans, he said.

The International Monetary Fund wants Greece to be given relief on its debt, in effect having their capital value written down. But Germany opposes this, and it is not only Greece’s largest creditor. It also makes the biggest contribution to the European Stability Mechanism, the eurozone’s bailout fund, which has to make a further payment to Greece this summer to enable the country to keep meeting its obligations. A team of European negotiators, plus the IMF, are expected to go back to Athens this week to try to hammer out an agreement. But there is a chasm not only between the Greek government and its creditors, but between the different creditors.

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 No.63801

>muh ancient greeks

>muh byzantine


 No.63803

>>63662

This, exactly. Credit has long since accepted statistically-inevitable insolvency as a basic principle of unsecured lending. If you're going to ask people to borrow money to live beyond their means, there will be casualties. Live well, go bankrupt, say Thank You and borrow more. The old ways - thrift, honour, pride-in-self-sufficiency - have nothing to do with a credit-based society. The Greeks have done absolutely nothing wrong.


 No.63806

>>63639

Yes lazy. The greek people decided not to pay their taxes for two whole years because they didn't like who was in office. They seriously did this. It's because the Greek people think and act like this that their country is in ruins.


 No.63807

>>63667

Because the Middle East was the first place we settled after the human race left Africa. Once we filled up the Middle East, tribes also went West into Europe by following the Eastern shore of the Mediterranean and East into Asia by way of India.


 No.63808

>>63630

>>63664

It's the culture you fucking idiots. If you grow up with lazy people and a complete shit culture you'll have very high chances of behaving the same. It's like like because I'm not a greek I can easily work and not be lazy, where you grow up does affect you.




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 No.63804[Reply]

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1503-Pope-Francis-Cuts-Penalties-For-Pedophile-Priests-Is-He-One-Of-Them

In a move that shocked many, Pope Francis has decided to reduce the number of penalties for pedophile priests. The Pope thinks that it's only right that pedophile priests be subjected to prayers instead of facing jail time punishment for child abuse within the Catholic church. This move has begged the question as to whether the Pope is part of the agenda to normalize pedophilia?

Citing his vision of a merciful church, the liberal pope claims that pedophile priests should have their punishments reduced to lighter sentences, including a lifetime of prayer.

Sex victims have been disgusted by Pope Francis attempt to normalize pedophilia within the Catholic church based on the fact that he's undoing the work done by his predecessor Pope Benedict.



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 No.63614[Reply]

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/benefits-george-freeman-really-disabled-people-anxiety-pills-depression-mental-health-a7600931.html

Disability benefits should only go to “really disabled people”, a senior advisor to Theresa May has said, and not those "taking pills at home, who suffer from anxiety".

George Freeman, a Conservative MP and head of the Number 10 Downing Street policy unit, was defending plans to cut £3.7bn from personal independence payments (PIP).

"These tweaks are actually about rolling back some bizarre decisions by [benefits] tribunals that now mean benefits are being given to people who are taking pills at home, who suffer from anxiety," he told BBC Radio 5 Live.

"We want to make sure we get the money to the really disabled people who need it."

He added that he and Ms May "totally" understood the problems caused by anxiety.

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 No.63780

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>>63760

>he actually took big pharma medication for anxiety instead of just smoking some pot

Have fun being an mkultra zogbot who shoots up a theatre when his switch is activated.


 No.63785

>>63763

You tell us your weak ass life story and then suddenly youre too good for us. You might have bi-polar. I would just give up at this point, clearly you are getting worse.


 No.63790

>>63780

Pot is a solution to the symptoms not to the sickness. And there is a huge fucking difference between them. If your back hurts you can either use pain meds, pot or whatever, or you can go to physio and get your posture and core fixed. Choose… but then again you seem the kind of person who would choose pot because it is easier.

You aren't supposed to eat anti depressants forever. You are supposed to use the with other treatments. They are only supposed to stabilize your mood to normal level, that means the bad lows will be gone but so will the great ups. When you reach normal level you need to start foxing yourself mentally, with whatever tool works for you.

There are rare conditions in which the depression is purely chemical, to which only solution is antidepressants.

A healthy balanced person shouldn't need medications, drugs or alcohol.


 No.63792

>>63614

MARRY ME


 No.63798

The point of "disability" is because you cannot work. People with severe anxiety cannot work. QED.




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 No.63719[Reply]

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1501-Chicago-Honors-Terrorist-Leader-Lopez-Rivera-of-FALN

In a bizarre move, Chicago has named one of its streets after the leader of a Puerto Rican terrorist organization. Earlier this week, the city named a street spanning three blocks after Oscar Lopez Rivera, one of the leaders of Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional or FALN.

The proposal to change the name of the street was submitted by Alderman Roberto Maldonado, who was appointed by former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley of the Democratic Party in 2009. Through votes submitted by the other aldermen of the city, Lopez Rivera was honored by Chicago by having a street named after him.

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 No.63779

>>63719

I miss her but I'm otherwise glad I'm not dating a girl from Chicago. What a fucking city.


 No.63793

No street should be renamed after a Latin/Central American; let alone a terrorist.


 No.63795

>>63793

And the CERTAINLY shouldn't be named after a commie.


 No.63796

>>63793

And they CERTAINLY shouldn't be named after a commie.


 No.63797

>>63795

>>63796

That too. Chicago embarrasses itself once more.




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 No.63527[Reply]

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/santa-cruz-ice_us_58b21722e4b060480e089046?

Furious California police officials have threatened to end cooperation with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security after they accused federal agents of using a gang investigation as cover to ferret out undocumented immigrants.

“I want to underscore that we would never have participated or cooperated in this operation if we had known that it included immigration enforcement,” said Kevin Vogel, police chief of Santa Cruz, which is one of a number of California sanctuary cities for immigrants.

“As a result of this betrayal of trust, we will be taking a long and hard look about whether we will cooperate with this federal agency in the future. We can’t cooperate with a law enforcement agency we cannot trust,” he said at a news conference earlier this week.

The now-controversial joint raids were launched Feb. 13 against local gang MS-13, which includes members from El Salvador. Police had been investigating the gang for years. Vogel hailed the arrests in raids in Santa Cruz, Daly City and Watsonville of ten individuals suspected of extortion, drug trafficking and murder.

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 No.63665

>>63657

B-b-but they had to leave the country there was no choice!!!!!!!!


 No.63718

>>63657

You know who else uses collective punishment? The country that punishes families for the crimes of young men? The Israeli Jews, thats who. They punish the families of terrorists by knocking down houses and shit, so you are just like a Jew. You are a Jew, Jew.


 No.63774

>>63718

>false dilemma fallacy

smh fam slam bam man i guess ur right


 No.63775

File: c8b26ef0ed276b5⋯.jpeg (25.12 KB, 288x335, 288:335, image.jpeg)

>>63774

JEW

✡✡✡✡✡


 No.63783

immigration is pretty bourgeois tbh famalams




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 No.63640[Reply]

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1497-Should-A-Convicted-Child-Offender-Have-Social-Media-Access-Supreme-Court-To-Decide

Should child sex offenders have the right to access social media sites like Facebook? The ball will be on the Supreme Court’s hands as it is scheduled to hear oral arguments on Monday in a First Amendment case about child offenders’ constitutional right versus the danger they pose to society, especially vulnerable children, by using social media.

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 No.63767

>>63766

checked

If the criminal's sentence means that they will see the light of day before they die, then I believe rehabilitation is a must.


 No.63769

>>63767

I can agree with that.


 No.63770

>>Everyone should be rehabilitated no matter what the criminal has done

>Implying I said that specifically

But I'm curious, which crimes are beyond rehabilitation?

>inb4 those filthy pedos


 No.63778

If you are 11 or above you should be entitled to any dick you choose. Vagina is just a body part, it isnt the gateway to your soul like feminists would like you to believe.


 No.63782

>>63738

Honestly I was quick to say that

There are other ways of getting that shit and it would just be harder to find them if we took away there internet

the death penalty for all is a must though




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 No.63525[Reply]

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/tom-perez-dnc-chair_us_58b0952ae4b060480e07d132?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez was elected chair of the Democratic National Committee on Saturday after a contentious race that highlighted divisions within the party.

Perez bested Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), the only other candidate remaining in the race after an inconclusive first round of voting. The final tally was 235 for Perez and 200 for Ellison.

Perez will now begin the work of rebuilding a Democratic Party battered by historic electoral losses as it is undertakes the task of confronting President Donald Trump and his agenda.

He also will have to win the trust of those who supported Ellison, his chief opponent. Many progressive activists who backed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 presidential primary viewed Ellison’s candidacy as a way to secure a foothold in the party after Sanders’ defeat.

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 No.63570

Ive got a great idea - lets put an old washington insider into this position! That'll learn em.


 No.63571

Actually this may be good for America in theshort and long run. They're cutting off the sjw extrismists right away and now they have no party to bring down. The sjw scum is blaming Obama for not being "progressive" enough. THE first basketball American president isn't enough for them. They exist to make the personal political but the political don't want them anymore.


 No.63572

>>63570

this.

>Let's continue practicing the definition of insanity!


 No.63739

Keith Ellison would have been better. Watching the DNC go full retard would have been pleasant.


 No.63768

>>63739

On the other hand, Trump might as well have secured another term. The Sanders/Ellison bloc is going to tardrage for not being allowed in power again and it'll be like the Tea Party except they'll weaken the Democrats rather than reinvigorate them.




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 No.63756[Reply]

The Customs and Border Protection wing of the United States Department of Homeland Security reported around 3,000 coming from the seven countries previously affected by a policy of "extreme vetting" in the days since a federal judge struck them down. According to a recent report, those numbers more than double the 1,200 reported in this same time period last year.

>The U.S. did see a surge of people entering from the seven terrorism-connected countries in the days after a federal judge halted President Trump’s extreme vetting policy, according to government statistics that back up Mr. Trump’s claims of a “big increase in traffic.”

>Mr. Trump is expected to announce an updated executive order this week to try to reimpose his vetting plan while surmounting the objections raised by several federal courts that stopped his policy, ruling that it likely was illegal and unconstitutional.

>Mr. Trump said his vetting policy was the evolution of his ban on Muslims, which he called for during the campaign. The current policy piggybacked on a bill approved by Congress and signed by Mr. Obama to impose stiffer screening on visitors from seven countries where the U.S. wasn’t confident of being able to check identities or backgrounds of would-be visitors.

Washington Times link:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/feb/26/refugee-surge-occurred-after-donald-trump-extreme-/

 No.63757

File: 0ca969c50c89714⋯.jpg (140.09 KB, 620x349, 620:349, protest.jpg)

As the article clarifies for those that have missed it, the list of countries along with the call for more thorough background checking initially came from the previous administration.




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 No.63227[Reply]

President Donald Trump has passionately used every opportunity to relay to the American public that he is fiercely determined to accomplish his campaign promises, the strength of his campaign pledges after all resonated with the voters and proved to be one of the reasons why he won. One of these is his tough vow to build a wall along America's borders to protect national sovereignty and ensure that Americans will be safe from bad people coming in. He even reiterated just earlier that his administration is within its target schedule of building the wall between the U.S. and its southern neighbor, Mexico. President Trump certainly has not let up in his resolute resolve to build that wall.

One of the possibilities floated to raise the necessary funds in building the said wall is through Trump's plans for levies on Mexican imports and using American aid to pay for the barrier. Mexico, on the other hand, has not received the plans well and opted to talk tough, too. The country has threatened to retaliate against the U.S. should Trump goes ahead with his plan to impose border tax to pay for the disputed wall. The Trump administration is all set to entertain and study proposals for the wall's design next month.

There have also been wide speculations that Trump may divert U.S. aid to pay for the wall, coming off from the January 25 executive order of Trump instructing government agencies to report on the financial assistance given to Mexico in the past five years in relation to the construction of the wall.

Mexico is now also stepping up its tough talk as its foreign minister Luis

http://thegoldwater.com/news/1481-Tough-Talking-Mexico-says-We-Don-t-Need-US-AID-We-Will-Start-a-Trade-War

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 No.63695

File: 2d6eba83f55a384⋯.jpg (141.4 KB, 620x400, 31:20, 1440691756653.jpg)

ya know, instead of bombing other 3rd word counties, let get rid of these pricks.


 No.63699

Mexico is going to continue to be a trading partner with the USA. They stand to benefit greatly, as Trump will promise Mexico that the flow of illegal arms into their country will STOP.

Thats one thing Obama never did either, stop the flow into Mexico of banned articles.


 No.63701

>>63699

well yea, it is not very convenient to arm the cartels through shell corporations and no bid contracts that can be traced. Gotta use the DoJ and a "sting" operation involving millions of dollars of military grade assault weapons. How else would your CIA trained assassins get the gear they needed to take over the cartels to help their handlers profit for moving drugs?


 No.63748

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>>63681

Why bother trying to reflect reality when there are virtues to signal in >current_year? Can't be bothered with that shit; I have a Tumblr to keep woke-af, fam.


 No.63751

>>63227

Do it faggots.




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 No.63612[Reply]

Democrat Senator Bernie sanders remains one of the most vocal critics of President Donald Trump who speaks up on just about any issue and controversy the current occupant of the White House is involved in. Perhaps, such is perfectly logical considering that the old senator now finds himself in the opposition after their candidate and his erstwhile rival Hillary Clinton's crushing loss in the presidential election. But what is perplexing now is that when asked with a question about his donors and party, the articulate and otherwise straight-talking Sanders suddenly bluffed his way and refused to give a direct answer.

Sanders was asked whether he is hesitant or unwilling to give his email list of donors to the Democratic National Committee to assist their party in the next election because he does not think the potential candidates met his ' progressives' standards enough, but somehow the old senator found a way to dodge the question. Sanders merely reverted back to his tired spiel saying he will back candidates who support working Americans against "big money and trusts". He said that he's going to support those candidates who have the guts to stand up for working families.

Then the self-declared democratic socialist went on to divert attention to again pick on his favorite punching bag- President Trump. He criticized Trump's Cabinet members who he described as " not representing the working class". He hit Trump anew for professing to be the party of working people but putting together more billionaires and millionaires in his administration than any president in American history. He also said that the Trump appointees are going to decimate the needs of the elderly, the children, and the poor. Sanders did not substantiate the criticism, however, and merely concluded that he needs to support those candidates who stand up to the one percent and fight for the 99 percent.

It is widely known that Sanders' preferred candidate, Rep. Keith Ellison ( D., Minn.), lost to Obama's former Labor Secretary Tom Perez for the DNC Chairmanship. Sanders, along with members of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, argued that Perez better represents the Washington, D.C. establishment and will not lead the party towards a

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 No.63626

>>63612

>Sanders was asked whether he is hesitant or unwilling to give his email list of donors to the Democratic National Committee to assist their party in the next election

Please gibs email we want your idiots to fund us this time. NO REFUNDS


 No.63649

>he will back candidates who support working Americans against "big money and trusts".

so you want to protect the people from the money and power…. like the donor's on your list? Does anyone else see what a filthy hypocrite he is? I, I just don't understand how people still support him.


 No.63744

http://reason.com/blog/2015/12/18/dnc-bans-bernie-sanders-from-voter-datab

"

The Democratic National Committee has barred Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign from accessing its voter database after a software glitch allowed it to review Hillary Clinton’s private campaign information, a DNC official told NBC News.

The breach happened after a software error at the technology company NGP VAN, which provides campaigns with voter data. As a result of the glitch, “all users on the system across the Democratic campaigns were inadvertently able to access some data belonging to other campaigns for a brief window,” DNC spokesman Luis Miranda said in a statement."

HC and the DNC screaming HACK to get their way is nothing new. Good for Bernie fuck the DNC


 No.63749

Why would Sanders give a list of the easiest idiots to con? Clearly he knows how valuable such a list is and is going to keep it for when he needs to buy another house.




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 No.62768[Reply]

Police in full riot gear began arresting Dakota Access pipeline opponents who remained in a protest camp in North Dakota on Thursday in defiance of orders to leave.

Most protesters left peacefully Wednesday, when authorities closed the camp on Army Corps of Engineers land in advance of spring flooding, but some refused to go.

Eighteen National Guardsmen and dozens of law officers entered the camp from two directions shortly before midday Thursday, along with several law enforcement and military vehicles. A helicopter and airplane flew overhead.

Officers checked structures and began arresting people, putting them in vans to take to jail. The number of arrests wasn’t immediately known.

The operation began shortly after authorities said Corps officials had met with camp leaders. They didn’t divulge the outcome of those talks.

The camp — known as Oceti Sakowin — near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation has since August been the main site for demonstrators trying to thwart construction of the final section of the $3.8 billion pipeline. The Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux, whose reservation is downstream, say Dakota Access threatens their drinking water and cultural sites. Dallas-based pipeline developer Energy Transfer Partners disputes that.

When complete, the pipeline will carry oil through the Dakotas and Iowa to a shipping point in Illinois.

more here:

http://www.theprovince.com/news/world/backed+military+vehicles+police+riot+gear+arrest+protestors+dakota/12972938/story.html

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 No.63690

>>62768

a sad day for all of us, a sad day for freedom


 No.63697

>>62915

Those lines have a tendency to leak.


 No.63704

>>63687

how about using less oil instead?

do you not know most of oil based products can already be manufactured using other chemicals?


 No.63717

A few bits of actual info for people who think beyond "muh trolling insults" and "muh oppressed injuns":

- the indians in questions already allowed another pipeline across their actual reservation lands

- the indian chief in fact owns a string of freakin' gas staions

- the indians negotiated for the dakota pipeline as well, but their demands were eternal rent + % profits, so the dakota pipeline co. said "nevermind we will route it around your lands"

- the indians realized "oh shit we fucked up and lost $$$" and plan b was to claim that lands not recognized as their reservation were, somehow, spiritually perhaps, "theirs", and claimed there were burials there

- 4 years of studies and archaeology later, no evidence of a burial found

- indians begin "muh oppressed injuns" emotional appeal, and begin actively terrorizing / vandalizing town residents who did sign agreements to let the pipeline pass thru their farmland

- media went full emotional lefty ignoring the facts and celebrities got on board

- "protestors" repeatedly break the law

- actual reasoning adults get elected as our new administration, law and order proceeds

- lefties lose their shit


 No.63730

>>62915

It ends in iowa… how does thas help the Sioux? They aren't even contracted to build it.

>>62916

Are you trying to retardedly say we should replace disel and gas engines with nuclear reactors? Or is it a clever reference to the uranium mining that gave cancer to the Navaho in New Mexico ?




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