News 7/1/19

Donald Trump meets Kim Jong Un in DMZ, steps onto North Korean soil
In a made-for-television event of more symbolism than substance, President Donald Trump met Sunday with Kim Jong Un in the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea and became the first U.S. president to step onto North Korean territory.

Trump administration could drop demand for North Korea's total denuclearization and settle for a 'freeze' instead, New York Times reports
The Trump administration is considering a deal with North Korea that merely asks it to freeze its nuclear program rather than dismantle it, The New York Times reported Sunday.

Let them drink water? Indian celeb backtracks after criticism over pool photo during water crisis
Indian director and politician’s daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth has apologized to angry fans after posting a picture of herself and her son in a swimming pool, while 10 million people in the city of Chennai go without water.

Sudan death toll rises to 11 after violent clashes as protesters vow 'not to back down'
The death toll from clashes between Sudanese protesters and the security forces has risen to 11, activists have said, after the largest mass demonstrations since a sit-in in the capital was brutally cleared last month.

Tory leadership: Boris Johnson backtracks over Scottish funding
Mr Johnson has long criticised the formula.At one point he claimed it amounted to a multi-billion pound "present" from English taxpayers to Scotland.One Hunt supporter, John Lamont MP, welcomed what he said appeared to be a "U-turn" by Mr Johnson.

Key Witness in 'Operation Car Wash' Case Was Forced to Testify Against Lula: Leaks
In his first two testimonies, the witness had not implicated Lula. However, in the third, he was forced to change the discourse in return of reduced prison time.

Brexit Party says it will scrap interest on tuition fees
The Brexit Party has pledged to scrap all interest paid on student tuition fees as it steps up its preparations for a snap general election.

Lawmaker Suggests Replacing ‘Gulag Archipelago’ With Bible Study in Russian Schools
A senior Russian lawmaker has backed an Orthodox Church proposal to teach the Bible in schools, suggesting it be included in curriculums instead of Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s seminal “Gulag Archipelago.”

Six killed, 105 wounded in Taliban attack in Kabul
Taliban Islamist fighters killed six people and wounded 105 others by blowing up a truck bomb at morning rush hour near an Afghan Defence Ministry compound in Kabul on Monday.

Pakistani man kills five female relatives and four children 'because he thought wife was having an affair'
A man shot his wife, four of her female relatives and four children in an alleged honour killing in central Pakistan, police said.

Devastating Floods Continue in Southern Siberia
At least five people have been killed and two are missing following severe floods in Russia's Irkutsk region in southern Siberia on Saturday, June 29.

'Precipitous' fall in Antarctic sea ice since 2014 revealed
The vast expanse of sea ice around Antarctica has suffered a “precipitous” fall since 2014, satellite data shows, and fell at a faster rate than seen in the Arctic.

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Wow! What an ardent anti-imperialist! ML states truly are the last bulwark against capitalism! Kim's not a Dengist lapdog he's just playing 4d chess!

Get fucked, globalist retard

well the bible IS more realistic

the fuck.

oh no, shes hot

wtf, mods? That wasn't even lewd?


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Russian education is hardcore on anti soviet propaganda nowadays.
They switch to ultra patriotism when teaching WW2 but other than that gommunism = bad

It's kinda ironic since almost all of their remembered national imagery is laced in soviet imagery, it's almost like national identity is completely meaningless.

No u.

2020 Democrat Andrew Yang sends well-wishes to Andy Ngo: 'Journalists should be safe to report on a protest'
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is sending well-wishes to Andy Ngo, a journalist at conservative website Quilette, who says anti-fascist protesters attacked him at a demonstration in Portland, Ore., on Saturday."I hope @MrAndyNgo is okay. Journalists should be safe to report on a protest without being targeted," Yang tweeted Monday.

Inside the Secret Border Patrol Facebook Group Where Agents Joke About Migrant Deaths and Post Sexist Memes
Members of a secret Facebook group for current and former Border Patrol agents joked about the deaths of migrants, discussed throwing burritos at Latino members of Congress visiting a detention facility in Texas on Monday and posted a vulgar illustration depicting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez engaged in oral sex with a detained migrant, according to screenshots of their postings.

Portland police provide no evidence for claim milkshakes thrown at far-right groups contained quick-drying cement
Police have provided no evidence that antifascist protesters threw milkshakes mixed with quick-drying cement during violent clashes in Portland over the weekend.

Jewish protesters block entrance to Trump administration's 'concentration camps' for migrants
More than 30 Jewish protesters were arrested outside a US detention centre holding undocumented migrants, which they likened to a “concentration camp”.

The deadly poison sarin was detected in a mail bag at Facebook's offices in California
The deadly poison sarin has been detected in a mail facility at Facebook's Silicon Valley headquarters, prompting FBI involvement and reported evacuations.

S&P 500 settles below intraday high sparked by U.S.-China trade truce
U.S. stocks pared early gains Monday, including a new intraday high for the S&P 500, but still ended up on the day after Washington and Beijing agreed to refrain from escalating their trade dispute.

What Just Happened Also Occurred Before The Last 7 U.S. Recessions. Reason To Worry?
Signs are pointing to a coming U.S. recession, according to an economic indicator that has preceded every recession over the past five decades.

How Evil Wins: the Hypocritical Double Standards of Political Outrage
“She was asked what she had learned from the Holocaust, and she said that 10 percent of any population is cruel, no matter what, and that 10 percent is merciful, no matter what, and that the remaining 80 percent could be moved in either direction.”—Kurt Vonnegut. Please spare me the media hysterics and the outrage and the hypocritical double standards of those whose moral conscience appears to be largely dictated by their political loyalties.Anyone who believes that the injustices, cruelties and vicious callousness of the U.S. government are unique to the Trump Administration has not been paying attention.No matter what the team colors might be at any given moment, the playbook remains the same. The leopard has not changed its spots. Scrape off the surface layers and you will find that the American police state that is continuing to wreak havoc on the rights of the people under the Trump Administration is the same police state that wreaked havoc on the rights of the people under every previous administration.

Deepfake technology shows the emperor (or the girl of your dreams) has no clothes
In the latest example of artificial intelligence at work, algorithms can now ‘undress’ a woman, or put false utterances into a politician’s mouth. What’s at stake is nothing less than our perception of reality.Young readers of comic books circa 1970s will certainly remember the back-page ad section, where everything from Charles Atlas’ muscle-building program to live sea monkeys was shamelessly hawked to unsuspecting adolescents. The most popular item by far (I’m guessing) was the so-called ‘X-ray specs’ – a pair of horn-rimmed glasses designed on “scientific optical principles” that allowed the credulous wearer to see straight through clothes. How many kids blew their weekly allowance on that ploy is anyone’s guess, but today those same, now-matured consumers have a chance to be fooled once again.

We Need a Labour Brexit
Signed in 1992, the Maastricht Treaty represented the victory of neoliberalism in the European Union, as expressed by the single market and the single currency. Since then, democracy has steadily retreated across the European Union, accompanied by a collapse of popular sovereignty — the power of workers and the poor materially to affect their conditions of life and work.The declining power of workers and the poor is especially apparent in the economic domain — perhaps the most important component of government policy. Within the European single market and the single currency, economic policy has in fact become increasingly detached from parliamentary elections. Once a government is in power, policies are broadly dictated by the demands of the “economy,” which largely means the European Union’s neoliberal establishment.In fact, even in Britain — not a signatory to the Fiscal Compact of 2012 that reaffirmed the European Union’s neoliberal attachment to austerity — the framework of self-imposed austerity since the crisis of 2007–9 has explicitly sought to comply with the stipulations of the Maastricht Treaty (the public debt and fiscal deficit not exceeding 60 percent and 3 percent of GDP, respectively).

It'd be the most bitter kind of irony if an orthodox variant of liberation theology brought socialism back to Russia

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I'm sorry I ever doubted the man

He probably gave up on NK like he did with Venezuela because it's complicated and he's bored. All guns are pointing to Iran now.

Like I said. The guy has no idea what he's doing in a lot of cases and its fucking up the carefully constructed set of presidential powers designed to circumvent democratic disillusionment to keep the government holding the classed status quo. It's nothing but a facade and a surface scratch runs deep.

thanks news user

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Didn't Crimea have Orthodox Jihadists?

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how will i ever recover

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okay retard

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oh no, diplomatic meetings where Trump will say "get rid of ur nukes" and Kim will say "…no" - truly a disgusting betrayal of marxism.

If only you knew how bad things really are

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Many higher-ups in the American chain of command are being sent to the DPRK to study the ideology of Juche, when they get back, the March on Washington will be set in motion.

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Is that the fucking coat of arms of tsarist russia?

If only you knew how bad things really are

okay, just tell me.
How bad is it.