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4chan pranks in 2026:

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Ben Shapiro: “On the right side of this picture, we have Barack Obama – a man who considered himself a paragon of dignity and rectitude, who thought of himself as a transformative figure and an intellectual giant. He sits next to the man who maintained for years that his birth certificate was a fraud, the man who has the opportunity to undo virtually his entire agenda within the first month of his assumption of office. (Hell, yeah! The House and the Senate are Republican so now they can ruin Obama's legacy big time. — W. R.) And Obama, rightly, looks like a man with a pole shoved so far up his rectum that the glint of steel is visible behind his eyes”.

(2016 Nov 10 01:52)Surtr Kvlt Wrote:  be careful who u make fun of in presidential campaigns
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Related video: Donald Trump humiliated by Barack Obama — US election 2016

I hope to God I'll see the Donald shouting at Obama “You are fired!” in January. ^__^ It wouldn't be presidential of him, but satisfying as hell.

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Quote:No ideologue?
Donald Trump chooses Jeff Sessions for attorney-general

Nov 18th 2016, 11:37 BY LEXINGTON | WASHINGTON, DC

DONALD TRUMP's nomination of Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama <...> as attorney-general—making the hardest of nativist hardliners the country’s top law officer and head of the Department of Justice—is a timely reminder that words spoken on the campaign trail have meaning, that politics is not showbusiness, and that America’s government takes decisions that make or break lives, shape economies and set norms across the globe. In the immediate aftermath of Mr Trump’s election, some boosters suggested that the president-elect is not really an ideologue, might bring moderates into his administration and is perhaps barely interested in the business of governing at all—for all the world as if P.T. Barnum were headed for the White House. The nomination of Mr Sessions suggests that is wishful thinking.

The 69-year-old senator from Alabama, one of Mr Trump’s earliest supporters and his closest adviser from the world of professional politics, will have sweeping powers over immigration enforcement. If confirmed by the Senate, he will immediately hold in his hands the fate of such groups as the 728,000 migrants granted the right to stay and work in America by President Barack Obama under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals scheme (DACA), after being brought into the country as children. Mr Sessions, the Senate’s most consistent and ferocious critic of both illegal and legal immigration, has several times sought to pass laws abolishing the DACA scheme. He unsuccessfully tried to bar the Obama administration from extending its benefits—which include social security numbers and work permits—to more migrants. His legislation would have prohibited current DACA recipients from renewing their papers, which last two years at a time—effectively leaving them unable to work or travel without fear of deportation.

There are some 11m migrants in America without the right legal papers—a number so large that many of Mr Sessions’s colleagues in the Senate, from both parties, believe that not all can possibly be deported, so that law-enforcement should focus on those guilty of serious crimes and the government should offer a path to legal status for those who have built productive lives. Mr Sessions disagrees. <...>

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'Donald Trump’s Media Summit Was a ‘f—ing Firing Squad’'

Donald Trump scolded media big shots during an off-the-record Trump Tower sitdown on Monday, sources told The Post.

“It was like a f–ing firing squad,” one source said of the encounter.

“Trump started with [CNN chief] Jeff Zucker and said ‘I hate your network, everyone at CNN is a liar and you should be ashamed,’ ” the source said.

“The meeting was a total disaster. The TV execs and anchors went in there thinking they would be discussing the access they would get to the Trump administration, but instead they got a Trump-style dressing down,” the source added.

A second source confirmed the fireworks.

“The meeting took place in a big board room and there were about 30 or 40 people, including the big news anchors from all the networks,” the other source said.

“Trump kept saying, ‘We’re in a room of liars, the deceitful dishonest media who got it all wrong.’ He addressed everyone in the room calling the media dishonest, deceitful liars. He called out Jeff Zucker by name and said everyone at CNN was a liar, and CNN was [a] network of liars,” the source said.

“Trump didn’t say [NBC reporter] Katy Tur by name, but talked about an NBC female correspondent who got it wrong, then he referred to a horrible network correspondent who cried when Hillary lost who hosted a debate – which was Martha Raddatz who was also in the room.”

The stunned reporters tried to get a word in edgewise to discuss access to a Trump Administration.

“[CBS Good Morning co-host Gayle] King did not stand up, but asked some question, ‘How do you propose we the media work with you?’ Chuck Todd asked some pretty pointed questions. David Muir asked ‘How are you going to cope living in DC while your family is in NYC? It was a horrible meeting.”

Trump spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway told reporters the gathering went well.

“Excellent meetings with the top executives of the major networks,” she said during a gaggle in the lobby of Trump Tower. “Pretty unprecedented meeting we put together in two days.”

The meeting was off the record, meaning the participants agreed not to talk about the substance of the conversations.

The hour-long session included top execs from network and cable news channels. Among the attendees were NBC’s Deborah Turness, Lester Holt and Chuck Todd, ABC’s James Goldston, George Stephanopoulos, David Muir and Martha Raddatz,

Also, CBS’ Norah O’Donnell John Dickerson, Charlie Rose, Christopher Isham and King, Fox News’ Bill Shine, Jack Abernethy, Jay Wallace, Suzanne Scott, MSNBC’s Phil Griffin and CNN’s Jeff Zucker and Erin Burnett.

Arthur Sulzberger, publisher of The New York Times, plans to meet with Trump Tuesday.

There was no immediate comment from the Trump Team.

http://nypost.com/2016/11/21/donald-trum...ing-squad/
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Thought this was an interesting admission, from the heart of the serpent's nest and one of its most prominent footsoldiers (at 4:30):



https://youtu.be/mUkv_jPgTeg?t=4m30s

"This is the fight that we wage against ourselves in particular. Because America is not natural. Natural is tribal. We're fighting against thousands of years of human behaviour and history to create something that noone's ever... That's what's exceptional about America, and that's what... This ain't easy."

He just admits that the entire programme for which he and his comrades fight is against human nature. In other words, his enemy is humanity. They can only win, if they manage to change the human being into something it is not. Is this even possible?! Here we have all the evil and futility of their cause, laid out plain.

"And now if a whole nation fell into that? In such a case, I answer, infallibly they will return out of it. For life is no cunningly-devised deception or self deception, it is a great truth that thou art alive, that thou hast desires, necessities: neither can these subsist and satisfy themselves on delusions, but on fact. To fact, depend on it, we shall come back: to such fact, blessed or cursed, as we have wisdom for."
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2016 Nov 22 19:12
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(2016 Nov 22 19:12)Osweo Wrote:  "This is the fight that we wage against ourselves in particular. Because America is not natural. Natural is tribal. We're fighting against thousands of years of human behaviour and history to create something that noone's ever... That's what's exceptional about America, and that's what... This ain't easy."

He just admits that the entire programme for which he and his comrades fight is against human nature. In other words, his enemy is humanity. They can only win, if they manage to change the human being into something it is not. Is this even possible?! Here we have all the evil and futility of their cause, laid out plain.

Lucifer, The First Liberal

By ARTHUR M. HIPPLER

In his encyclical on The Nature of True Liberty (Libertas Praestantissimum), Leo XIII makes the remarkable claim that liberalism is diabolic in its origins. "But many there are who follow in the footsteps of Lucifer, and adopt as their own his rebellious cry, I will not serve; and consequently substitute for true liberty what is sheer and most foolish license. Such, for instance, are the men belonging to that widely spread and powerful organization, who, usurping the name of liberty, style themselves liberals" (Libertas Praestantissimum, n.14). Although the Holy Fatherπs comparison may seem hyperbolic, nonetheless the principles of liberalism mirror the Devilπs original revolt.


While many political opinions and projects are lumped together under the name of liberalism, we should remind ourselves of its most fundamental basis. As Leo XIII explains, liberalism begins with the rejection of both natural and divine law; the "followers of liberalism deny the existence of any divine authority to which obedience is due, and proclaim that every man is the law to himself; from which arises that ethical system which they style independent morality" (LP, n.15). Morality comes neither from God nor human nature.


For the liberal, morality is created by the free choice of society. Whether one studies Hobbes or Rousseau, one finds no law higher than the human law. In the words of Pope Leo, "just as every manπs individual reason is his only rule of life, so the collective reason of the community should be the supreme guide in the management of all public affairs" (ibid.). This divorce of the moral law from politics affects our understanding of democracy up to the present day, as Pope John Paul notes in Evangelium Vitae (n. 70).


This rejection of God's rule through the moral law is the sin of Lucifer. As St. Thomas explains, the Devil rejected the law of God for a disordered form of freedom: "The end of the Devil is the aversion of the rational creature from God; hence from the beginning he has endeavored to lead man from obeying the divine precept. But aversion from God has the nature of an end, inasmuch as it is sought for under the appearance of liberty, according to Jer. 2:20: åOf old time thou hast broken my yoke, thou hast burst my bands, and thou saidst, I will not serveπ" (IIIa, Q.8, art.7).

This rebellion was imitated by our first parents, when they decided to eat of the Tree of the Knowledge of God and Evil, and "be like God." While sharing in the divine image and likeness is part of our perfection, St. Thomas teaches that man desired this divine likeness in a disordered way by eating of the forbidden fruit: "The first man sinned chiefly by coveting God's likeness as regards knowledge of good and evil, according to the serpent's instigation, namely that by his own natural power he might decide what was good, and what was evil for him to do" (IIaIIae, Q.163, a.2). Here is the liberal principle in its first expression: Man alone should decide good and evil apart from God.

While many understand liberalism as a freedom for certain political equality and civil rights, more fundamentally liberalism is a freedom from the moral law and the teaching authority of the Church. One cannot speak of "Catholic liberals" without contradiction, or at the very least, equivocation. Liberalism, like socialism and Communism, has been condemned by Pope after Pope in the social encyclicals. If we are tempted to minimize the evils of this error, we would do well to remind ourselves that Pope Leo XIII presents Lucifer to us as the original liberal.



(Dr. Arthur M. Hippler is the director of the Office of Justice and Peace in the Diocese of La Crosse, Wis.)

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'After TX Cop Is Executed, Trump Takes Matters Into His Own Hands and Calls the Family

'Detective Benjamin Marconi was shot dead assassination-style by a 31-year-old black man this past weekend.

He served 20 years on the force.

He was a gay father of two who loved his country and supported Donald Trump for president.

Today, Marconi’s family received a phone call.

It wasn’t from President Barack Obama.

It was from President-elect Donald Trump.

From News 4 SA:

SAN ANTONIO — The family of slain San Antonio Police Department Detective Benjamin Marconi says President-Elect Donald Trump contacted them Monday to offer his condolences.

Annie Patterson Campos, who identifies herself as a “CSI (Crime Scene Investigator) at San Antonio Police Department” on her Facebook page, shared a post from Detective Benjamin Marconi’s “son” Dane Gregory Marconi. Marconi’s message states “Just got off the phone with the future president Trump, he sends his condolences to our family.” The Facebook post was later removed...

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(2016 Nov 22 23:25)Blackthorne Wrote:  It wasn’t from President Barack Obama.

It was from President-elect Donald Trump.

I love how he's already acting as though he's in office even while Obama's still in there! Big Grin Considering the sort of man he appears to be, I really think Trump's going to make an effort to vindicate those who decided to give him the benefit of the doubt. There's energy there, and there's the ego to demand that BIG things get done.

And hell, even if it doesn't get quite as far as establishing the Imperium of Man, it will all have been worth it for the lulz, feels, and sheer emotional rollercoaster ride of it all thus far...

"And now if a whole nation fell into that? In such a case, I answer, infallibly they will return out of it. For life is no cunningly-devised deception or self deception, it is a great truth that thou art alive, that thou hast desires, necessities: neither can these subsist and satisfy themselves on delusions, but on fact. To fact, depend on it, we shall come back: to such fact, blessed or cursed, as we have wisdom for."
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