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HanAssholeSolo, creator of the Trump slamming CNN gif, is unbowed

This is CNN: Castro's C@(&-holster

Can I say C@(&-holster? I've been told it's OK to use.



Start with practically everything from CNN’s Havana Bureau for the past twenty years, Mr President. But don’t take it from me. Take it from the mass-murdering terror-sponsors who graciously bestowed CNN their platform to spread communist propaganda:

“Propaganda is vital—propaganda is the heart of our struggle.” (Fidel Castro.)

“Much more valuable than rural recruits for our Cuban guerrilla force were American media recruits to export our propaganda.” (Ernesto “Che” Guevara.)

“Fidel Castro is one hell of a guy!" Ted Turner gushed to a capacity crowd at Harvard Law School during a speech in 1997. "You people would like him! Most people in Cuba like him."

Within weeks CNN was granted its coveted Havana Bureau, the first ever granted by Castro to a foreign network. Though Tuner officially relinquished his vice chairmanship of (CNN parent) Time-Warner in 2003, the network’s role as subsidiary of the Castro regime’s propaganda ministry remains as shameless as ever—a “shining” legacy! 


Retired U.S counter-intelligence officer Chris Simmons also explains the issue: “The vetting procedure starts the minute the (Cuban) regime receives a visa application,” says the man long-regarded as America’s top Cuba spycatcher. “When those smiling Cuban “guides” greet you at the airport they know plenty about you, and from several angles.” (Chris Simmons, the Defense Intelligence Agency’s top Cuban spycatcher, now retired.)

In brief, you’re not getting and keeping a Cuban journalist visa (much less a Havana Bureau) unless you  shamelessly (and genuinely) collude with Cuba’s KGB-founded and mentored ministry of propaganda. This isn’t rocket science, amigos.

DeBlasio would rather hang out with terrorists after one of his cops was assassinated

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday skipped an NYPD swearing-in ceremony made somber by this week’s assassination of a cop — then hours later revealed he was busy preparing to jet off on a surprise trip to join leftist protesters at the G-20 summit in Germany.

Hizzoner’s overseas jaunt was kept under wraps until just 90 minutes before he took off from Newark Airport. A last-minute announcement said he “will attend several events surrounding the G-20 Summit, including Saturday’s Hamburg Zeigt Haltung rally.”

The Left wants to keep people captured in poverty

Protesters Are Using Crazy, Race-Fueled Tactics to Drive New Coffee Shop From LA Neighborhood

One of the owners is Hispanic and grew up in the barrio but Violent Lefty wants him to stay poor. If he succeeds their "America has not opportunity, only evil" narrative will be shown for the lie that it is.

Here. Read this --

To win four gold medals at a single Olympic Games is astonishing enough; however, to do so as a black person in 1936, at a tense Olympic Games hosted by Adolf Hitler, is almost beyond belief. Yet Jesse Owens did exactly that, somehow managing to ignore talk of Aryan superiority to take gold in the 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay, and long jump, all in the space of a few days. He also made a good friend in the form of German athlete Luz Long, the blond-haired, blue-eyed, long jump rival who swapped training tips with Owens and openly congratulated him after his final jump, in full view of Hitler.

Having bonded so well at the Games, Owens and Long kept in touch by mail. Below is Long's last letter, written during WWII from North Africa where he was stationed with the German Army and later killed in action. It reached Owens a year after it was sent. Years later, as per Long's request, Owens met and became firm friends with his son, Karl. He also went on to serve as best man at his wedding.


I am here, Jesse, where it seems there is only the dry sand and the wet blood. I do not fear so much for myself, my friend Jesse, I fear for my woman who is home, and my young son Karl, who has never really known his father.

My heart tells me, if I be honest with you, that this is the last letter I shall ever write. If it is so, I ask you something. It is a something so very important to me. It is you go to Germany when this war done, someday find my Karl, and tell him about his father. Tell him, Jesse, what times were like when we not separated by war. I am saying—tell him how things can be between men on this earth.

If you do this something for me, this thing that I need the most to know will be done, I do something for you, now. I tell you something I know you want to hear. And it is true.

That hour in Berlin when I first spoke to you, when you had your knee upon the ground, I knew that you were in prayer.

Then I not know how I know. Now I do. I know it is never by chance that we come together. I come to you that hour in 1936 for purpose more than der Berliner Olympiade.

And you, I believe, will read this letter, while it should not be possible to reach you ever, for purpose more even than our friendship.

I believe this shall come about because I think now that God will make it come about. This is what I have to tell you, Jesse.

I think I might believe in God.

And I pray to him that, even while it should not be possible for this to reach you ever, these words I write will still be read by you.

Your brother,

Infants with Tenure: Cars, Highways, Internet, Films Represent Spacial Structures of Privilege

In case anyone was wondering, the car you drive, the highway you take, and even your access to the web is an injustice to someone, according to social justice totalitarians. It’s such a problem that a couple of UCLA professors are teaching all about it in a summer course.

The class, taught by Todd Presner and Dana Cuff, is titled “Los Angeles Tech City: Digital Technologies & Spatial Justice” and the course description reads:

Students will investigate spatial justice and injustice in the multi-ethnic city through the lens of three thematic technologies that have literally built and transformed LA into a global metropolis: cars and highways; networking technologies culminating in the Internet and World Wide Web; and film and broadcast media.

Students will explore new ways to understand, describe, and speculate research findings related to social stratifications, racial and ethnic complexity, and unequal access to information, technology, as well as housing and urban space.

What’s interesting is that the course requires a camera phone or digital camera, a laptop, and specialized software. But don’t worry: “Students without access to a laptop will be provided one through UCLA Library.” (No word on if carless students will be picked up or which non-privileged streets will be travelled.)

But what is “spatial injustice” anyway? According to Edward Soja, a UCLA urban planning professor who died in 2015, it is the “production of unjust geographies and spatial structures of privilege (within urban cities and propelled) by racism, patriarchy, heterosexual bias.”

Keep in mind, this is for a REQUIRED diversity credit. No credit, no degree.

SAS patrol w 10 rnds ammo ambushed by 50 ISIS fighters...ISIS loses bigly

An Special Air Service (SAS)  soldier has drowned an ISIS fighter in a puddle during a tense battle to the death.
The troops were surrounded by approximately 50 ISIS militants yesterday close to Mosul in Northern Iraq as they had just withdrawn from an intelligence gathering mission, according to the Daily Star. 

In the ambush, soldiers fatally shot several militants before their ammunition ran out and they were forced to use their guns as battering rams, knives, wit and brute strength to defeat the enemy.  

One man even drowned an ISIS fighter in a puddle before picking up a stone which he smashed into another man's face. 

Sources told the Daily Star that they were convinced they were going to die in the battle, so they chose to 'go out fighting' in the hope that they would kill as many ISIS fighters as possible before they died.

ISIS body count stands at 32.

The operators, save those who suffered more serious gunshot wounds, have returned to duty.

DU: Claude Taylor: CNN: we totes got transcripts of Trump allies committing treason!

Doxxing CNN Supervising Producer Andrew Kaczynski

{{{This isn’t Kaczynski’s first attempt at destroying a private citizen’s life. As a BuzzFeed reporter, he gained notoriety for publicizing a lame joke Tweeted by a 30-year-old PR director named Justine Sacco. As Sacco was boarding a plane from London to Cape Town, South Africa, she poked fun at many people’s poor understanding of the continent. Kaczynski decided the joke was racist and helped gin up a digital lynch mob while she was in the air for 11 hours sans internet. By the time Sacco landed, she was mobbed by reporters, was fired from her job, and had to go into hiding.}}}

If gender is a social construct what is the point of feminism?


Methinks leftist grievance mongering is fated to collapse in upon itself.
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