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"Suicide"

He won't be trying to start WWIII anymore. Say hi to GHWB and McStain!

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BREAKING: The top admiral overseeing US Naval forces in the Middle East, Vice Adm. Scott Stearney, has been found dead in his residence in Bahrain

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On 11/29/2018 at 8:46 PM, Jon Letendre said:

There is no “gap between Objectivist epistemology and QAnon“ like Billyboy asserts, without evidence, from his safe space blog.

There is no difference in principle between hearing out a friend who has info you have never encountered before, or CNN who says they know something, or a person on the internet named Billyboy, or Q or Jon. The info may be easy to confirm or it may be more speculative. It may be pure speculation or it may have something real behind it. Perhaps one can successfully integrate it with everything one already knows, or one cannot, finding it conflicts with most of what one already knows. Information can be shared as can new ways of viewing something. Some will be useful to you, others not.

Billyboy has been snarking up a storm over Q for a year now, but has never explained why he is so sure the Objectivist epistemology obviously and necessarily recommends letting in nothing that Q says.

I’ve seen a year of snark and worthless sassy bullshit.

I’d like to see an argument now.

Crickets.

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Pretty sure he has you on ignore and only drops in from time to time....

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On 11/28/2018 at 11:52 AM, Jon Letendre said:

I’m posting supporting material day in and day out...

Jon,

I have a feeling you are going to like this:

And before anyone starts saying Lionel is a crank nobody pays any attention to, here's a photo of him from around August or so.

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:)

Michael

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40 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Jon,

I have a feeling you are going to like this:

And before anyone starts saying Lionel is a crank nobody pays any attention to, here's a photo of him from around August or so.

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:)

Michael

Lionel is great.

His vid after meeting POTUS was good.

He said a woman he didn’t know was there and she said to Lionel “where we go one ... ” and stopped. He said he finished, “ ... we go all,” and they stared at each other a while, stunned, realizing something really was happening.

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On 11/25/2018 at 8:17 AM, william.scherk said:

Of accusations, Gitmo, and Liz Crokin ...

Looks like wild accusations-for-clicks has led to a cul-de-sac for Crokin:

Twitter keeps muzzling Crokin whenever she tells too much truth about rampant pedophilia and child trafficking slavery.

But Twitter doesn’t mind davey, who writes, “i’m attracted to boys 4+” All day long for years. That’s fine.

Countless pedophiles regale each other with stories of their sick escapades on Jack’s platform, largest shareholder was a child rape slavery / child trafficking Saudi prince Al waleeed. He was also once the largest Citibank shareholder. MBS is said to have had him hung upside and beaten severely, before taking most of his assets from him. But Jack is still in charge at Twitter.

I can’t figure out why Twitter would ban Crokin. And I wouldn’t want to succumb to any conspiracy theories, but...

 

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/12/04/twitter-allows-self-proclaimed-pedophiles-to-spread-their-message-on-its-platform/

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"Sir, what is the problem with false accusations, after all?"

Satanic Panic redux. 

 

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She has exposed dozens of proven pedos and satanic sick fucks. Many dozens.

Billyboy only wants to talk about her other accusations, the ones not yet definitively proven.

What’s wrong with thousands of pedos telling their awesome pedo stories on Twitter?

Billyboy’s answer: Nothing is wrong with it.

Sick, sick, sick.

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Brexit will not be easy, simple or satifactory to anyone ...

On 11/28/2018 at 9:42 AM, william.scherk said:
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Merkel (Germany) Macron (France) and May (UK) are enemy operators.

[...] I mean, are these three people unable to proceed in their leadership of their respective countries without volition?  Are they 'controlled' by other than political reality (in Germany, Merkel announced she will not seek another term as Chancellor, in France, Macron is deeply unpopular with the electorate, and is in the middle of facing widespread demonstrations against his governments fuel-tax increases (and climate-change related carbon-tax proposals).  In the UK, May is facing a Commons vote on the agreed mechanism for next year's Brexit.

Be that as it may, the UK is in the midst of a political crisis over the deal May signed on behalf of the UK with the EU. 

Brexit vote: What could happen next?

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Nick Timothy is wrong – he is the one who killed Brexit, not Theresa May

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That leaves one route to a Brexit where the United Kingdom has the ability to diverge significantly: a non-negotiated exit where the UK leaves without a deal. That is not acceptable to either of the majorities that matter as far as the British government’s Brexit strategy goes: it cannot command a majority of Conservative MPs or a majority in Parliament as a whole. It could still happen because Parliament has already voted to trigger Article 50, but it would almost certainly shatter the Conservative Party.

So what’s left that can pass the House of Commons and prevent new borders in the Irish Sea? A soft or Norway-style Brexit – a form of Brexit that Nick Timothy, formerly one of Theresa May’s co-chiefs of staff, declares false Brexit, in an article for the Telegraph in which he says that this week was the week that “the week that Brexit was finally killed”.

'They will live to regret it': Furious Andrea Leadsom warns Tory rebels after the PM's historic defeat and says May is the right leader 'for the moment'

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  • Theresa May suffered historic triple defeat in the House of Commons last night
  • Commons leader confirmed the final legal advice on the deal would be released 
  • Andrea Leadsom said publishing the document set a dangerous precedent
  • She also said the Prime Minister is the right leader 'for the moment' 
  • May will be back at the Despatch Box at noon for PMQs after bruising defeats
  • Ministers hope another defeat by Tory Remain rebels could deter Brexiteers 
  • But another Leave MP Tory Mark Harper went public against the deal today
  • Chris Skidmore was appointed to replace Sam Gyimah who quit over the deal  

What Brexit deal would be better than Theresa May’s? The truth is, none

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Heaven knows, there are myriad problems with the deal negotiated by the prime minister. A compromise intended to reconcile a badly divided parliament ended up alienating most MPs. Yet what would these opponents of the deal suggest as an alternative? Pose this question, and the crass dishonesty of much of the Brexit debate becomes all too apparent.

It’s only fair to start by saying that there are opponents of the deal with more or less credible (let’s leave desirable to one side) alternatives in mind. At one extreme are the no-dealers, happy to take the plunge and then, once the initial confusion has died down, trade with the EU “on World Trade Organization terms”. At the other are the remainers, those determined to secure another referendum as a means to remaining within the EU.

It is perfectly legitimate to question whether actively seeking the chaos that a rejection of the prime minister’s deal would entail is the kind of thing MPs should be engaged in. And there is also room to wonder about the wisdom of former supporters of a soft Brexit along so-called “Norway” lines now dismissing even the prime minister’s plan as equivalent to “slavery”.

But the issue here is alternatives to the deal – and at least these two groups have their own in mind. As for the rest, all that is apparent is cakeism. Lots of it. In all conceivable flavours.

Let’s start with the hard Brexit brigade. For them, Theresa May has conceded too much to the EU. First, with the provisions for a customs territory, which would impede our ability to sign trade deals (whisper it quietly, Donald Trump had a point). Second, with the concomitant “level playing field” conditions the EU has imposed, tying the UK to regulatory alignment in several areas.

Unfortunately, their preferred outcome – a Canada-style agreement – runs into the problem of Ireland. And so the solution, in the words of Boris Johnson at the DUP conference the other day, is to “junk the backstop and agree that neither side will introduce a hard border in Northern Ireland”

Well, what is the difference between the "Norway-style" and the "Canada-style" agreement?  

Neither Norway or Canada is a member of the European Union. However, The Kingdom of Norway has accepted the terms of the EEA and EFTA.  This means that Norway has accepted the Four Freedoms (freedom of movement for person, capital, services and goods) and accepts the EU regulatory schemes. One reason that Norway accepted all the four is that it already had a compact with Sweden, Finland, and Denmark for the free movement of citizens. If they did not accept the four freedoms, there would have been a border between Norway and Sweden, for example.  That was unthinkable after a century of Nordic integration.  In effect and in law, Norway's external border to the world is enforced as if it were the EU border, even though Norway is not in the EU.  Norway accepts EU rulings without having any formal say in EU deliberations. 

The Canada-style arrangement is a lesser-freedoms agreement. Canada negotiated a  free trade agreement with the EU -- the most ambitious agreement the EU has made with a non-European state -- which allows access to the Single Market (and reciprocity)  without conforming to EU directives.  In effect, Canada has almost 100% duty and tariff-free entry of its goods to the EU. The EU enjoys a reciprocal arrangements.  Canadian companies can bid on Canadian public contracts (such as schools, railways, infrastructure( and vice-versa). 

The Brexit 'deal' signed my Theresa May is neither one nor the other. The hardest think for a Brexiteer is the free movement of peoples within the Schengen Area (the 'no-barrier national borders between the signatory states. The Single Market in peoples is a deal-breaker for some ...

In the USA, trade policy is determined by the President.  In the case of the negotiated deal made by May, the USA is not sanguine, at least according to the President himself.

Why does Donald Trump oppose Theresa May's Brexit deal?

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The UK is the fifth largest export market for American goods. British exports to the US are worth about £100bn a year to the UK economy, according to the Office for National Statistics, more than twice that of any other country.

There is nothing in the withdrawal agreement or the political declaration that is likely to heavily impact on that baseline of trade, although US direct investment into the City of London will decline as the EU “passports” allowing UK-based bankers and traders to offer services across member states are taken away.

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The Brexit deal endorsed by the EU’s heads of state and government at the special summit on Sunday, which will be voted on in the House of Commons on 12 December, does indeed set up significant obstacles to such trade liberalisation.

The withdrawal agreement foresees a 21-month transition period during which the UK will stay in the single market and customs union, without any representation in the EU’s decision-making institutions.

In the highly likely scenario that a EU-UK trade deal is not close to ratification by July 2020, the EU and UK would jointly decide at this “rendezvous” point whether to extend the transition period for up to two years.

[...]

Despite all this, transatlantic trade liberalisation could still be on the cards. Trump has been seeking a trade deal with the EU, and has been threatening tariffs on the European car industry in order to attain such a prize. The UK would likely be covered by such an EU-US deal should it maintain a single customs territory with the bloc. Brussels has a policy of pushing its new trade deal partners to allow countries such as Turkey, with whom the bloc is in a customs union, to enjoy similar beneficial terms as its member states.

The only problem: no one predicts that trade talks with Trump, for those inside or out of the EU, will be easy. It is an analysis only confirmed by the US president’s latest damaging intervention in the Brexit debate.

For your own updating news file, "Brexit" in the UK media.

Edited by william.scherk
Link to UK media "Brexit" search results from Google News

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I’ll be shocked if he isn’t assassinated.

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Cernovich has had a DC showing of the feature documentary he produced. Below are a couple of tease trailers ... I don't know where an interested viewer see the whole thing.

On 11/28/2018 at 9:20 AM, william.scherk said:

I wonder if Mike Cernovich is keeping tabs on this ...

 

 

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Found earlier 'teaser' to add

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