An undercover video shows a Bernie Sanders field organizer saying Soviet gulags were actually a positive phenomenon, suggesting that some similar program could re-educate Trump supporters and billionaires.

It's the same fucking people all throughout history. They aren't ever any different.

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Los Angeles is becoming increasingly dangerous and intolerable for the average citizen. Homeless attacks are on the rise. Recently a homeless man dumped a bucked of his hot diarrhea on the head of a woman getting in her car. The woman now has to have regular checks for infectious disease. NBC4 reported: A night near…

You LITERALLY voted for this. Enjoy.

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Some children who attended the birthday party Oct. 26 in Naperville broke into tears during a news conference

Ah yes, the infamous white power central "MAGA County" of Chicago, IL. Always brings a tear to my eye what they get away with doing to the poor, underrepresented blacks there.

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ZeroHedge - On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero

Cool, why are they still trying to charge $6.50 for a pound of bacon near me? Keep charging that and I guess you can build more freezers to store all your pork

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The far-Right Sweden Democrats party is now within a hair's breadth of becoming Sweden's biggest political party as it uses the five towns where it won its first political power last election to mount a series of un-PC political stunts.  In an interview last week, the party's well-presented, charismatic leader Jimmie Åkesson put his party's sharp upswing down to the 'Solvesborg-effect' - named after his pretty hometown in southern Sweden, where his fiancée Louise Erixon now serves as mayor.  "There is a Solvesborg-effect," he told the Aftonbladet newspaper. "A lot of people see what we do when we have the chance to govern, and they appreciate what they see." In Sölvesborg, the party has moved to stop flying the rainbow flag once a year to celebrate Stockholm's gay pride festival, has said it will stop purchasing "provocative, challenging" public art, and has banned children from wearing Islamic headdress.  Sweden Democrats party leader Jimmie Akesson Credit:  Anders Wiklund/TT News Agency While largely symbolic, these policies have won huge national media attention, with gay rights groups now planning to hold the first Pride march in the southern city next May.  Gitte Ørskou, the head of Moderna Museet, Stockholm's main modern art gallery, likened the new art policy to 1930s Germany, "where that which was not approved of by the political establishment was called 'degenerate art'".  Sofia Lenninger, the head of Sölvesborg's culture department, was sacked shortly after telling the Telegraph of her opposition with the new policy.  "I think it makes everything a bit boring, actually," she said. "What's the point, if you have to be aware of being provocative when dealing with art?". But in interviews, Ms Erixon has welcomed the controversy. "There's a big division between what the general public thinks is beautiful and interesting, and what a tiny cultural elite thinks is exciting," she said of the art ban when given Swedish Radio's major weekly interview slot.  "What happens in Sölvesborg is not random," Anders Sannerstedt, Senior Lecturer at Lund University, saíd of the party's local policies. "I think it is fair to assume that there is a national strategy behind it."  People demonstrate against Sweden Democrats and its party leader Jimmie Akesson during September's election Credit: JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP It is clearly working. Polls by Ipsos and Demoskop last month estimated the ruling Social Democrats' lead at one percentage point and 0.2 percentage points respectively, putting the Sweden Democrats on a trajectory to overtake them as early as this month.  "It could easily happen," said Peter Santesson, head of opinion polling at Demoskop. "There’s nothing that has happened to reverse the progress. Toss a coin, I’d say."  If it happens, it would be a testament to the success with which Mr Åkesson has over the past 14 years transformed an openly racist, fringe party into a 'people's movement' palatable enough to win the support of close to one in four voters.  He is now seeking to position himself as the true leader of the opposition.  "The other big opposition parties have followed us on the big issues -- migration, crime, energy politics -- and from that point of view it is me who is the leader of the opposition," he told Aftonbladet.  He told the Expressen newspaper he was "as ready as I'll ever be" to become prime minister.  After coming third with 17.5 percent in September's election, the Sweden Democrats party now has the support of 22.9 percent of voters, according to last month's Demoskop poll.   Ebba Busch-Thor, leader of the Christian Democrats, joined Åkesson for a working lunch of meatballs and lingonberries in the Swedish parliament in July, a move that was hailed as marking the end of the cordon sanitaire around the party.  "This isolation is really broken," said Ewa Stenberg, political commentator for the Dagens Nyheter newspaper. "And that means something for the voters too: if you can talk to this party, then maybe you can vote for them as well."

Reminder that in Sweden "far right" is "I don't actively demand north africans rape my 11 year old daughter and flip my car because they didn't get new Playstation 4's"

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The court ruling is the latest to derail administration initiatives to limit the admission of certain legal immigrants into the United States.

Oh good, I forgot the part in the Constitution where all living beings on Planet Earth are entitled to free medical care of the United States of America.

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Something's on fire - Climate Change Something's covered in snow - Climate Change Something's not covered in snow but you think it should be - Climate Change It's slightly wetter this year - Climate Change It's much drier this year - Climate Change It's windy - Climate Change

I can't help but hope people are waking up to how hysterical they've gotten with calling every single thing "Climate Change". Aren't even subtle about it.

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A federal judge has joined the state of Colorado in its full-out assault on the Christian faith, approving a state law that bans business owners from posting online their beliefs and forbidding them from talking about them in the context of their business decisions.

Can we Balkanize already, you have to cut your loses and move on at a certain point. America and our Founders' wisdom is an idea and it's being beaten to death by the current rotting corpse of the USA.

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Using popular power tools, cutters are defeating the steel bollards, opening gaps large enough for people and drugs to pass through, agents and officials say.

It truly was not very long ago at all on human history scale that a leader in this situation would have simply issued a proclamation to his citizens/subjects telling them to shoot/behead invaders on sight and not only would you not be punished, you would be rewarded.

Problem solved. Not only do you stop expecting a magical sky government to somehow do it all but you also get your people invested in their nation because they actually have to defend it. The myth of international human rights to the extent that a nation is obligated to provide million dollar healthcare the second a malnourished third worlder hobbles across the desert is the most long term damaging belief out there right now.

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