#81

Cuntessa_Markievicz posted:

ages 21-40


#82

Cuntessa_Markievicz posted:

tears posted:

everyone who works for vice dresses like an undercover cia operative



six things he could not do without: someone who gave birth to him, human contact, stimulation, a source of vitamin c, basic hygeine, somewhere to sleep


wow

#83
wow i got 3 out of 6, owned
#84
The "if i were sent to jail" part is him trying to be flippant while also indulging in a political martyrdom fantasy.
#85
he likes everything from goth to grime, but nothing from a to goth or grime to z
#86
as far as i can tell the only thing between goth and grime is gregorian chanting
#87
everything except genge and grunge
#88
credit where credit's due, i also think the gqom genre is one of the most exciting new developments in electronic music
#89
here we here we here we fucking go!!!!!

#90

Shootings and mail bombs are not what America is about.


#91
The NYT Toronto Sun both have peieces called something like "The Tragedy of Saudi Arabia's War", which is such a slimy fucking move. "Damn chief, you heard about what THOSE SAUDIS are doing? Over there? Really a tragedy. I hope THE SAUDI ARABIAN WAR stops causing a tragedy. I repeat, THE SAUDIS ARE DOING IT."
#92
jacobin needs to stop dropping hints about their paymasters



#93
i decided to, yet again, watch another vice news report on the fascists in ukraine, and the reporter's idiocy and childishness is, yet again, jaw-dropping

these guys are all but telling him that they're committed to ideas of ethnic cleansing and racial purity, lawlessness and so on, and he's just constantly wanking on about how COOL it all is

#94


killed vs died
#95

ghostpinballer posted:

killed vs died



ratio'd

#96
America Needs to Stabilize Libya
https://thehill.com/opinion/international/412329-america-needs-to-stabilize-libya

The vacuum in Libya has attracted Russian attention as well. Libya’s close proximity to Europe and the Middle East, its oil, and its position as a migrant hub make it the type of place in which Russia could cause mischief on the cheap if it gains sufficient influence.

Finally, Libyan instability is straining a fragile region. Tunisia in particular has suffered, but so too have countries farther afield such as Mali and Syria, two of the possibly more than dozen countries into which Libyan weapons have flowed since 2011.

The U.S. cannot solve such a complex and opaque conflict, but it is the only country with enough standing to pressure effectively all players to reach some agreement on how to engage with Libya. Time is short, as the lack of a unified approach is exacerbating the many problems Libyan turmoil presents to its people, the region, and beyond.



transparently cynical dogshit from the heritage foundation fed to morons in a way such that their takeaway will be that something bad happened in libya and america needs to fix it before the dastardly slav can exploit it.

#97
USA: I broke you.. and I can just as easily break you more!!!!!
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#100
jesus christ
#101
qat-wrenching
#102
the mailbox in the house i live is too small so when my neighbor's issue of the economist arrives it sticks out and leaves the mailbox open, ruining everyone's mail when it rains. thanks the economist. thanks western journalism.
#103
#104

Caesura109 posted:

the mailbox in the house i live is too small so when my neighbor's issue of the economist arrives it sticks out and leaves the mailbox open, ruining everyone's mail when it rains. thanks the economist. thanks western journalism.



if it destroys even one copy of the economist,

#105
best western journalism
#106
Some Western experts say the Kremlin's tactics in the Sea of Azov are straight out of the Kremlin playbook.
#107
this thread had humble beginnings, but i always believed. *sniffles*
#108
I cannot believe those pesky Russians waltzed right into Ukraine and stole those ships that as I understand it were only laying wreaths of remembrance for the Holodomor(TM).

Thank g-d that the films warned me about those evil baddies.
#109
I cannot believe those pesky Russians waltzed right into Ukraine and stole those ships that as I understand it were only laying wreaths of remembrance for the Holodomor(TM).

Thank g-d that the films warned me about those evil baddies.
#110

ialdabaoth posted:

Some Western experts say the Kremlin's tactics in the Sea of Azov are straight out of the Kremlin playbook.



dying inside

#111
i loved this from the ft editorial on it today:

Ukraine's decision to sail a military tug and two gunboats through the Kerch Strait between Russian-occupied Crimea and Russian territory may have been a deliberate attempt to capture attention, one week before Russia's Vladimir Pution is expected to meet US president Donald Trump at the G20.



may have been! huh, yuh don't say

#112


Quarter-trillion-dollar bank which stole several hundred people's homes due to a computer error without really worrying about liability says that 1/3 trillion dollar pharmaceutical company which sold asbestos to babies doesnt really need to worry about liability and is actually a great deal
#113
not sure if this is a "die inside" thing or more of a "thank fuck you woke up to it" sort of article

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2018/12/benjamin-netanyahu-predicted-rise-authoritarianism/578374/

As Salvini sat watching a soccer game, beer in hand, perfectly at home in the Israel that the Likud Party has built, I watched from the corner of the bar, trying to work out where I’d gone wrong. It was my optimism. It had led me to imagine my desired politics as the future of actual geopolitics. What I saw was what I wanted: a growing, unbeatable Obama coalition in the U.S., producing progressive majorities that would win every election, while the European Union pursued a consolidating common foreign policy, with Human Rights Watch diplomacy and Merkelism for all.

#114
segment which does a good job of showing off the rise in communist party popularity in russia's east is instead marketed as PUTIN'S ICY GRIP ON POWER THAWING

#115
Good news, Putin and his global pushback against U.S. policy will soon be challenged by *squinting* Russia's Communist Party
#116
just fuck me up, Aunty

#117
i guess it was just too hard to write "Convicted neonazi incites violence towards African-Australian beachgoers"
#118
Women's liberation is at the core of our movement. Women launch half of the genocidal fire from the sky.

#119

The identification of the sound source does not mean that an attack of some sort did not happen, but it casts doubt over the sound being responsible for the diplomats’ health problems. The cause and nature of their illnesses remains unclear.



look, I agree, Fidel's last wish was to prank the Yankee embassy hard


'Sonic attack' on US embassy in Havana could have been crickets, say scientists

#120
real WaPo headline: “I been eatin like a boss”: Federal prisoners served steak by unpaid guards during shutdown