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The UN has to go!

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Hey SteeleRedux,
I believe you're mistaken.
You did say "...AC may be a kook" in your comment to hasbeen here.

http://forum.onlineopinion.com.au/thread.asp?discussion=8549&page=0#271553

Then you did so again here.
http://forum.onlineopinion.com.au/thread.asp?discussion=8549&page=0#271572

- But it's alright, I'm ok with it.
There probably is an element of truth to it, so why fight it right?

This is the video to watch for Pizzagate;
(courtesy of Jake Morphonios of Blackstone Intelligence Network channel)
- I told you there was legitimate aspects to the subject that hold merit.
http://youtu.be/DgBRBUzs8nE

What's even more interesting about this is how it connects with this week's news...

Let's first go to the Wikipedia page for Pizzagate.
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pizzagate_conspiracy_theory

What's it say about Mike Flynn?
(In the Responses section - seriously read it, - it's too much to quote)
Now what does this weeks news say about Mike Flynn and his 19 interviews with Robert Meuller?
Posted by Armchair Critic, Friday, 7 December 2018 6:15:42 PM
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//Hey SteeleRedux,
I believe you're mistaken.
You did say "...AC may be a kook"//

Yep, he's definitely mistaken. There's no 'may be' when it comes to your kookiness.
Posted by Toni Lavis, Friday, 7 December 2018 6:18:26 PM
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Balthuzar Gracian said if you are sane while the world is mad you will be named mad.

AC- I think you may be the sanest one here. I wish I could keep up.
Posted by Canem Malum, Friday, 7 December 2018 6:55:12 PM
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//AC- I think you may be the sanest one here. I wish I could keep up.//

Right, here's a simple guide to 'keeping up'.

1. Don't Panic! Always sage advice, which is why it is printed on the cover of the Hitchhiker's Guide the Galaxy. But seriously, the world isn't such an awful or scary place. The wise man fears fear itself; the unwise man flys into a panic over every perceived ill omen, frets about the future instead of concerning himself with the present, and cowers in terror of grumpkins and snarks instead of enjoying life.
2. Constant Vigilance! Don't believe everything you read, or everything you're told. It's important to keep an open mind, but the problem with doing so is that people will try to tip rubbish into it. Keep your filters up. Be on your guard. Even clever people can believe in nonsense: Linus Pauling was a genius who made enormous contributions to the field of chemistry, and in later years started espousing a lot of pseudo-scientific crap about the healing powers of vitamin C. Constant vigilance!
3. I Don't Want to Believe... Unless I've Seen the Evidence. Claims require proof. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. The world is full of extraordinary liars, shonks, shysters and snake-oil salesmen. Don't believe them unless they can back up their claims with reliable evidence.
4. Lex parsimoniae. Occam's razor: plurality must never be posited without necessity.
5. Not all forms of evidence are created equal. Evidence is not the plural of anecdote; anecdotes is the plural of anecdote. Pictures can be photo-shopped. Videos can be doctored. Undoctored footage can be edited together in a multitude of ways. Eyewitness testimony is notoriously unreliable. Polygraph results are about as useful as tea-leaf reading. People just outright tell lies on the internet... shocking, I know.
6. Some conspiracy theories are true. Aliens are real (I should know, I'm half-Reptilian) and the moon landings were faked. And Princess Di was almost assassinated, but fate intervened:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5muY64Oyp10

The rest, I'm afraid, are a load of dingo's kidneys. Still... they're fun though, aren't they?
Posted by Toni Lavis, Friday, 7 December 2018 8:20:22 PM
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What Lt General Flynn told John B Wells in Aug 2016

http://youtu.be/kdVuTAyc_jo
Posted by Armchair Critic, Friday, 7 December 2018 9:03:39 PM
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SteeleRedux Just to make your day Italy has woken up as well.

Italy Adopts Hardline Immigration Law

Under the new law, the Italian government will only grant asylum to legitimate refugees of war or victims of political persecution. Asylum seekers may now lose their protection if they are convicted of crimes including: threat or violence to a public official; physical assault; female genital mutilation; and a variety of theft charges.

"I wonder if those who contest the security decree have even read it. I do not really understand what the problem is: it deports criminals and increases the fight against the mafia, racketeering and drugs." Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini.

Italy will not sign the United Nations Global Compact for Migration, nor will Italian officials attend a conference in Marrakech, Morocco, on December 10 and 11 to adopt the agreement. The Global Compact not only aims to establish migration as a human right, but also to outlaw criticism of migration through hate crimes legislation.

The Italian Parliament has approved a tough new immigration and security law that will make it easier to deport migrants who commit crimes and strip those convicted of terrorism of their Italian citizenship.

Italy's lower house of parliament, the Camera dei Deputati, voted 396 to 99 on November 28 to approve the new law, which was sponsored by Interior Minister Matteo Salvini. The law had previously been approved by the Italian Senate on November 7. The measure was promulgated by President Sergio Mattarella on December 3.

Eases Revocation of Protection. Article 7 extends the list of crimes for which refugee status or subsidiary protection can be withdrawn. Asylum seekers may now lose their protection if they are convicted of crimes including: threats or violence to a public official; physical assault; female genital mutilation; and a variety of theft charges.

** I like this Australia should do it as some go back for holidays **

Furthermore, refugees who return to their country of origin, even temporarily, will lose international and subsidiary protection.

REST OF ARTICLE more good points in it.
http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/13392/italy-immigration-law
Posted by Philip S, Friday, 7 December 2018 11:00:30 PM
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