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tanks sitting in the california desert because what are you going to do with them are you got i mean you know how it is you accidentally keyboarding x. for a tank for jack aids because you thought the brochure instead spanx i thought it. was thought i was going to desert with a load of abrams tanks. so soon pentagon toys will yet again be in the hands of local police departments things like an wraps grenade launchers helicon rifles and bayonets yes they are gnats because i'd be on is you never know when the british are coming you never know they're not going to know what do you nobody warned us about ricky gervais's and he's here and he's all over the t.v. screen he's very girly liberal yet really annoying kinder with you know we we were ready seriously rand paul took note of the bayonets the last time the ten thirty
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three program was up for debate they listed twelve thousand bayonets had been given out. what purpose or bayonets being given out for. senator that's already a little under the program i can't answer what a local police force would need to be and i can give you an answer now. well established well sad but actually that's not true rand paul the cops can use their bayonets open they're putting. bread salmon cream cheese on their onion bagel and. like an aggressive get intimidating manner you know there's plenty of things on is they don't sound like a weapon invented by a five year old like i want to go with the knife on the end of. a lonely pop on the end of that. but attorney general jeff sessions applauded the chains starting at
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the us is facing an increase in violent crime in fact violent crime has gone up so much it's actually gone down. to violent crime rate bell fifty percent between one thousand nine hundred three and twenty fifteen but sessions had more reasons for why this is a great idea we will not put superficial concerns about public safety yes superficial concerns such as the us becoming a militarized police state smashing everyone's civil liberties into the mud with their boot that is. that that is a superficial concern right up there where the lying bad acne radio or or when your man scamper goes too far you know making you look like a smelly can act is no good when i got all our equipment no longer needed to be sitting idle when you could be using it here evil random baka.
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who are going to need lots just sitting i know and the cops could be using them to terrorize on our government or a care. those are the only grenade launchers he went on to say this equipment has been shown to reduce crime reduce complaints against and assaults on police and make officers more effective but the article points out these claims are unsubstantiated by data. is a bad data when lying is a sustainable abundant resource. like like we did learn early eighty gaga. but that race is keebler elf has a point. he does overturning the ban on the ten thirty three program does send a message a message that the trumpet ministration is more interested in our police appearing to be fighting a battle for white supremacy using weapons of war then they are in being
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a part of the actual community just like obama's original ban on the ten thirty three program was also meant to send a message that our police forces were changing their ways even though obama's moved with actually more of a publicist a stunt of the seven items on the prohibited equipment list six have not been distributed to local law enforcement agencies by the pentagon for years the only one that we were still issuing at the time of obama's ban were the ban and. so we were basically ban on bad acts. this is like give obama a ban baskets and then trump overturn the ban on mars kids. people were like a maniac but he says one must get everywhere were lousy with muskets so basically even after obama has turned thirty three restrictions if you know a bunch of georgia one and
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a goddamn am rap on mine resistant ambush protected vehicle all they had to do really was write a strongly worded explanation you know of government. because . these mosquitoes have got nerve like. they have tails their tails. you never know where you're going to end up in a real street belt with these tanks all right. is overkill but tell that to my friend jim died by the mosquito it was it was friendly fire from another cop would still tell. this has gotten out of hand so much that five indiana universities have armed their police officers with military leftovers including body armor assault rifles and tanks while campus police at ohio state university now own an m. rap are there any good jobs out there yes absolutely there are there are a lot until they're pressured into leaving of course one of them.
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one of them. county sheriff richard burton except of the ten ten thirty three programs we have no intention of ever using weaponized vehicles we don't want tanks we don't want machine guns this is not a battlefield well look you turn your police into killing machines and they will act like killing machines it hasn't been like this for over a hundred years ago. you know a little more there than a guy with a billy club would be on the head if you urinate in the streets right then the cops were given guns and they would threaten to kill you if you continued you're in aiding in the streets then they were given bigger guns and steroids and the promise that if they shot you for your knitting in the street they would not be prosecuted now they have body armor better steroids grenade launchers pampers brian a very tiny penis. thank goodness
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this thing over here is not something to be trifled with. one speaks to you do not make any sudden movements or is this. also do not use large words that just angers them. and finally try your best not to be black. our police have gotten out of control they're supposed to be part of our communities there's supposed to be our law enforcement but instead as with our government the police have been taken over by the corporatocracy they protect and serve the interests of the rich and the powerful and if we don't stand up to it like twenty twenty five military drones will be taking the place of police helicopters and patrolling from the skies. i thought this was a free country of free country would while surrounded in our own cause by don in our e-mails watched and like happy people in jail but other than that three. cheers
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a very. quick side thought how how do you think they train those police horses to be racist. how do you want to do says about it is the way i do. welcome i really can't tell if the news from behind a couple of days ago u.s. ambassador to the united nations nikki haley insisted that president could freely
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declare iran in buying elation of the iran nuclear deal whenever he wanted yes trunk and to clear those mothers in by relation of the agreement just as the world's nuclear inspectors the i.a.e.a. to clear the latest inspections found no evidence iran is breaching the agreement but but. does it go with our plans or say in their breach of the agreement. what am i going to do with this iran violated their nuclear agreement cake. or did . the whole thing myself. well we'll just have to entertain ourselves by provoking war with who's on deck who's doing that stuff north korea and north korea. who refuses to negotiate about their nuclear weapons according to the intercept kim jong said multiple times that north korea would neither put its
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nukes and ballistic rockets on the table of negotiations in any case nor flinch unless the u.s. hostile policy and nuclear threat are definitely terminated so they would only put their nukes up or negotiation if the us ended its hostile policy that's. actually quite reasonable. and. that really means they are willing to negotiate in fact that's the definition of negotiation meanwhile the us mainstream media runs worst north korea says it won't give up nuclear weapons and that entire us mainland is within firing. mainstream media you guys are still. you you're you're you're you're sicker than i am after drinking k.f.c.'s new chicken gravy milkshake. shiner is introducing
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a recognition payment system the machine literally reads your face and george's you for the food and and honestly this is how it starts this is how that. minority report for you so recognition privacy invasion gets roland right they want they they don't just say hey we're going to ruin everybody's face everywhere you go because if they did that we would all get angry. instead i go do you want this delicious fried chicken or is it the buttery buttery bit scared that you want to put in your face ah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah what you got you know you want it you know you want to just give us your face just give us your free will. they don't want to know. that is one on one once you get to the front of that k.f.c. line cannot turn back. then they could be like in order to charge you for this we need to insert two fingers. somewhere on your body all right do you get
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the pig you get a bird and we built a ground i was do this. and this one in the ear and. one in the mouth like. a show recognition is also being used to save lives not just used to end lives be ok at sea and new sounds meet have did tax pancreatic cancer by looking into your eyes well that is some some good news that could save some lives but that's also like the worst selfie app in the world so bugs like great sun love your smile you have pancreatic cancer. selfie bravo. you ruined my part of fish. i want to i don't know what why don't we just put all this together into one thing right you go to see you put your big ugly face in front of the computerized cashier it says thank you well you for your order
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here's a six piece chicken bucket oh so you have jaundice type two diabetes ricketson your girlfriend. you know. i don't know i think the facial recognition star is bullish of privacy i think nikki haley fully i mean our major media. you know how i know all this because i have very good people recognition but i do i do we're going to quit brag but we have lived stand up comedy shows all around the country to go to algiers to go to redacted tour john com we're trying to want to reach out to the poor poor poor now not that the philadelphians to still colibri come right back.
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but now china has taken the bold step here in the twenty first century after they built our economy on the backs of all american jobs all the american jobs but the china and the trade the middle class out of church members like a hundred years ago fifty years ago thirty years ago before the world trade organization they were accepted into the average you know chinese person was surviving on dirt like they were nation eighty but they're all forgotten middle class but point mining can still you know. about your second passing i finally just learnt you worry yourself taking your last term. we all knew it but i tell you i'm sorry. so i write these last words and helps to put to rest these things that i never like chance. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath. but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was
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a game still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with this one to. speak to you now because there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. and done not once up close enough limbs off let down one might have been a tough the definitions and i'm bad and the. one seeking i need south. and. take communion not equal to the just in dhimmitude oxycodone and then you're going to bring the how is that by. now you know the movie it might not be oh boy how
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did you know we're not beach we out on the south. to do list get silly me one thing i love is that you know the deep but let me say this one tokyo found it is going to happen you're going to get. the last laugh out. of this look both because did it because you didn't seem quite a cultural critic for the premise. that as long as you run support still the intel international community should say to run this is not acceptable you should stay. fine on the six to zero perspective it's the spotlights hamas. the place but. this is something that i believe is what it should see too good there with schools with the united
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states with all the states and to say ok it's not just you know small easily problem. their presence or a single. face of a superpower. they start training very young. they months of intensive school. wraps. and they save lives. on about. you may have heard of this terrorist group responsible for more terror
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plots in the united states than al qaida and isis combined they go by f.b.i. . only one per cent of so-called terrorist nabbed by the f.b.i. were real a larger number of arrestees poor and powerless were caught in the f.b.i. threat factory stings he discusses our senior un intelligence analyst now may go. really we're. going on the caveats we i invented some terror plots recently but that's because americans aren't relaxed. no one's mentioned terrorism in the past two weeks and it's probably a good thing you know lee to be in american today you should be. in constant fear you should be shot your pants right now. so the f.b.i. has to revive the fear now like a shakespeare revival festival at
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a small theater. though you have these old scripts a few desperate actors who play parts that are perfectly capable of. children's barely convincing but it makes the papers as a smash it. was. entrapping people go there luring them into these crimes that they would normally commit they were inspiring people. in newly released tapes we learned the walking would be mass shooter samuel mohammad holmes said he didn't like violence you see he just needed an f.b.i. informant to release his terrorist. and sell him a rifle all of that they sold him a rifle they don't get angry they gave him a great price. is not there arming people this is your right it's not theater they have a way bigger budget oh the f.b.i. recruited more than fifteen thousand informants they paid one hundred thousand
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dollars for every terrorist they discover like talent scouts you know maybe one of them will find the next osama is sleepy town in ohio with i wish them luck a hundred thousand dollars are going to get into that record well it's difficult work informants can always convince people sometimes they scare them like when i warmed to people at a mosque turned in an f.b.i. informant to the f.b.i. are. you going to treat me. oh so burthen i only targeting muslims for these. you have the wind twenty three year old jerry brown who attempted to car bomb an oklahoma city bank seen when it comes to creating terror threats the. yet the ideas see color it's all types of vulnerable people ok it's mainly muslims but the f.b.i.
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really helped to barnow before meeting the f.b.i. varnell had no money no vehicles since it was schizophrenia. the f.b.i. gave him all that stuff yeah it's like make a wish for people with anti government sentiment. and. good hard to get right now using the mentally ill were using using their working women than for example an f.b.i. informant who really developed a relationship with harlem swore as a twenty three year old cuban man was busted for a key west bomb plot listen to this actual recording of the informant talking and you really sense the connection they have you're a true you know i look up to you you know i think you know if you she said so it's like the two steamy for t.v. scenes from this is. i personally was moved he misses him you also have to watch
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suarez's. go to work. to come. up you were. ok these not bad. you know with a little encouragement from the f.b.i. he has a lot of potential work. no you are good. the f.b.i. is literally directing the jihadi videos yeah well there's that in f.b.i. prisons jihadi video industry now you know actually few of them start out with that on camera charisma so basically the war on terror is an illusion this needs to stop this is the least if we don't fear for our lives we can't militarized the police
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conduct surveillance invades our nation if we lose the threat of terror. you know me. over. the edge of that neutrality seems to be too loudly more removing george just like a massive hurricane the difference is it gets no mainstream media coverage but some are fighting back for more on this we go to a truth bomb that only mcgill. it's with a heavy heart that i must announce the death of small business saturday the saturday after thanksgiving where we shop local instead of the friday after thanksgiving where we kill local. anyways i know it's dead because thanks to the fight against free and fair internet we might not have any small businesses on any
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saturday more than five hundred small businesses have signed on to a letter urging congress and the head of the absolute. not to gut the rules that preserve net neutrality because without that neutrality small business of web traffic will be decimated if you forgot what the progress is over net neutrality let me get you up to speed pies a guy who used to be a lawyer for rice and you know the company apparently that even the key. you hear me now and i worked for sprint i was the slash regulations that make it easier for internet service providers to grant fast or slow connections to whom ever they choose this is bad news for small companies who rely on internet to drive traffic to their businesses the longer your page loads the fewer visitors you'll get in the farther down the search engines results so good luck finding that great local pizza place pizza bad ass or that nearby tupac inspired dental practice all smiles on me
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or your neighborhood animal genital implant business loopholes. ok yes i did make these up to make a point. well not all of them. are to skill or implants for dogs cats horses bulls we have three different models the original is polypropylene the new the cold may actually it's a solid rubber like material that replicates the cave in testicle to exact further this what sort of player that. you may be thinking this guy is so next he's untouchable in more ways than one but of pet smart comes out with second chance sacks for dogs this noodles guy is screwed because pet smart is a corporation that has the type of scratch the paper faster speed small businesses don't point lost the monks some members of the u.s.
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senate committee on small business and entrepreneurship including senators rand paul jim bridge and stener jim inhofe inhofe jim. the same man who force than in turn to make a snowball to prove climate change is a hoax these people shouldn't be on committees they should be in a retirement home trying to convince a nurse the bible is the farmer's all in ak but all three senators co-sponsored the restoring internet freedom act an orwellian name proposal told women it m.c.c. rules that prohibit eyes from blocking waddling or prioritizing internet websites and applications in exchange for payment unfortunately blocking and throttling is already happening a four way request for over thirteen thousand net neutrality complaints against comcast proves this and in a vague attempt at transparency the f.c.c. released these complaints one day before the deadline to publicly comment on
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repealing net neutrality so while the f.c.c. tries to stifle evidence that telecom giants don't have our best interests small businesses can still make their voices heard and i know some of you are watching right now don't deny it you can sign on to that same letter to the f.c.c. and keep the web open for business dot com do it for yourselves do it for the livelihood of fellow entrepreneurs like him if i was put on earth for anything it was for this reporting from washington natalie mcgill redacted tonight. do your headlines from the future next monday you'll learn rookie f.b.i. agent never really protecting the nation from f.b.i. would be showing johnston. and next wednesday. nikki haley furiously trying
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to find part of the iran nuclear deal that's as us can bomb iran for signing iran nuclear deal that's our job to get what you didn't know but i think you're going to go back to the poor girl for nine nine nine we're going to you tube dot com there's a doctor tonight you can now watch exactly tonight that he'd be killed three to one until next week. traveled across the united states exploring america's deadly love affair with a gun if a bad guy tried to get to one of my family member as he would have better life. and hurting whatever my my baby says my book was published in the year two thousand more than hoffa million americans have been killed by the u.s. how to saute me as i did this is a middle school we go through drills and we put ourselves in
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a real scenario so it was interesting to see. the subject to track down who i'd met and golf those years you've got i don't know that but we're not.
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credit is one of the basic instruments to drive an economy but it can also lead to tragedy i didn't learn to hold just i came bigger and met the debt style game and it was. many lives have been broken my picks are the banks got you into trouble and all the big bankers got big. money the banks just didn't think of three. hundred creditors people see you know the future bad face for how you know you become ill your job your relationship breaks down you become
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a casualty is lifelong. oh you are surely trying to cover an old mark who just been for. a few more. as a humanitarian aid convoy and serious terror is still for the first time since islamic states three a blockade was broken government forces are now fighting terror retake the cities from ending just fix the problem the terrorists. brushes newly appointed ambassador to the us meets the american president in washington we look at what challenges the diplomats might have to face. and german foreign minister. in an exclusive interview with r.t. suggests sanctions against russia could be lifted if apply.


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