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Confirmed: CIA secret prison in Poland — RT
Is history repeating itself?
Further proof that Americans are Imperialists by another name. In lieu of slavery they have the highest levels of inequality in the world, and this inequality is prevented from turning into popular discontent by a prison population of almost 3 million people (predominantly non-whites) who conduct forced, unpaid labour to produce almost costless materiel for a large military. Some of them are serving life sentences for stealing biscuits and bread!
Clearly nobody pointed out to the Americans that their own liberation was secured by a violent uprising!
But they do a great prime rib and who else could make us look thin and clever?
Yes......of course they are!
I'm renting them my airing cupboard. Aside from having to reach around a hooded gentleman without any fingernails when I need a fresh towel they're no trouble at all.
Under the 3 strike law it can happen. (Although they shouldnt have broken the law twice in the past)
Three Strikes Law Judge Frees Homeless Man Serving Life for Stealing Food - ktla.com
B O R I N G! Who didn't know? Hands up. It's just RT doing its usual news with an anti-USA flavour. Instead of showing us happy peasants singing Eurovision songs, Moscow nightlife and Russian "culture" let's see guys drinking anti-freeze out the windscreen-washer bottle, multiple murderers who eat their victims or Oligarchs plundering the vast assets of Russia.
No - she went of her own accord!!1!
Hold on there, pardner. This is one of those sites run by loony FEMA / gov'mint-hating, UN flag burning shit kickers. Check out their comments column (to save GCHQ the bother). There's a post from 'the all seeing eye' and another from a Pole; "You are a joke. English kitchen is a joke, so please avoid to comment on other countries. Poland as all the other European countries have a rich kitchen and centuries of amazing dishes. Wake up!"
You'll be telling us that the saintly Duke of Edinburgh murdered the people's princess next.
History repeating itself, my arrse.
Isn't it run by state-controlled Russian TV station, Russia Today?
I do watch it occasionally for a different view to the loony left Beeb. Occasionally they turn up quite interesting things. Obviously almost invariably anti-American.
I have read the full 800 or so page report into the "conspiracies" surrounding Diana's death, believe it or not. Oddly enough there is no evidence whatsoever supporting them, which is a pity.
It is run by Russian state television. But who controls them, eh? Look at their columnists / bloggers:
"Jake is a religious scholar, having studied at the Fuller Theological Seminary. Jake specialists in Religious Conflict and Religious Guerilla Warfare".
"Gerald Celente has earned his reputation as "The most trusted name in trends" ... Gerald Celente, a Close Combat practitioner and black belt trainer, well understands the importance of proacting rather than reacting..."
"Christopher Petrella is a doctoral candidate in the African American Studies Department at the University of California, Berkeley. He ... teaches at San Quentin State Prison".
All Septics. And most of the content is about Ron Paul. Hmmmm.
The not too subtle langueage of propaganda...
Not at all - I am actually pro-American. There are usually leading powers in global politics and it is usually better if those leading powers are democracies with term limitations to prevent personal dictatorships from forming. The US is about as benevolent as a superpower is likely to get. Its constitution is quite robust (much more so than the one we don't have here in the UK).
That said I am not blind to what it is - Imperialism by another name. The Bretton Woods institutions and the World Bank are but vessels for coercing the compliance of nations to a pro-US stance (i.e. Free Trade). Just as I am not blind to what the British Empire was (which I am also not purely hostile to either - I have studied it very extensively).
I would like for America to stop needless interference in the internal politics of other democracies. In the long run this is likely to go completely tits up.
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