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"great enduring american tradition of diversity"

WTF?

I was always told growing up that America is a 'melting pot', and that Canada is like a 'patchwork quilt'.

No? Mandela Effect? Tongue
US currently involved in 76 military actions overseas. Sy Hersh interview:




not military

"kinetik humanitarian action"

gotta get the newspeak right son!
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The best arguments for 'Never Feminism'?

A pic of Rachel Maddow in high school, and her... Err.. Husband? Wife? Today.
Quote:Morocco suspends participation in Saudi-led war in Yemen

Rabat recalled its ambassador to Riyadh after Al Arabiya aired a documentary on the disputed Western Sahara region.


Morocco has suspended its participation in the Saudi Arabia-led military coalition's fight against Yemen's Houthi rebels, government officials have said.

Speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak publicly about the diplomatic tensions, two officials told the Associated Press news agency on Thursday that Rabat had also recalled its ambassador to the kingdom.

The officials did not elaborate, simply saying Morocco was not taking part in any military interventions or ministerial meetings with the coalition.

Saudi Arabia entered Yemen's war in 2015 in an attempt to roll back advances made by the Houthis, a group of Shia rebels who overran much of the country in 2014.

With logistical support from the United States, the coalition has carried out more than 18,000 raids on Houthi-held areas in an attempt to reverse their gains.

Weddings, funerals, schools and hospitals, as well as water and electricity plants, have been targeted, killing and wounding thousands.

The war has been at a stalemate for years, with the coalition and Yemeni forces being unable to dislodge the Houthis from the capital Sanaa and most urban centres.

In an interview with Al Jazeera last month (Arabic link), Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita attributed Rabat's decision to "developments on the ground" in Yemen, "especially in regards to the humanitarian situation".

Rabat had already scaled down its participation in coalition activities in May of 2015 after a Moroccan F-16 fighter jet was reportedly shot down by the Houthis.

'Busy agenda'

When asked why King Mohammed VI did not host Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on a recent tour of other Arab countries, Bourita said: "Official visits are prepared in advance, according to protocol."

The tour came amid international concern about the Yemen war and condemnation of the killing of Saudi national and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

One official told the AP that Morocco declined to host MBS citing the Moroccan king's "busy agenda".

After Bourita's interview, Saudi television channel Al Arabiya aired a documentary on disputed Western Sahara, supporting claims that Morocco invaded it after Spanish colonisers left in 1975.

Morocco recalled its ambassador to Saudi Arabia for consultations after the report aired, according to another government official.

Morocco considers Western Sahara its southern territories.

Yemen's four-year war and ensuing economic collapse have unleashed the world's most urgent humanitarian crisis with 14 million of its 29 million population staring at starvation.

Food prices have increased by an average of 68 percent, and the price of commodities such as petrol, diesel and cooking gas have increased by at least 25 percent in the past year.

According to recent estimates, as many as 85,000 children may have died from hunger since the coalition's intervention.

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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/02/m...34770.html
^^note the areas containing all oil fields and three pipeline routes are held in US friendly government and Al Qaeda control.


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housing costs go up, birth rates drop

https://www.sfchronicle.com/expensive-sa...988220.php
Wow, looking at that Yemen map, the Saudis and 'Yemeni government in exile' sure do control a lot of the country. Esp. the oil fields, as pointed out.

But... What do you know, where most of the PEOPLE of Yemen live, the Houthis control! Pretty clear which is the rightful gov't.

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Most of the population is really young, and the country's population has quadrupled in the last 40+ years.
Western Culture Has Died A Politically Correct Death
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Western Culture Has Died A Politically Correct Death

Paul Craig Roberts

https://www.rt.com/news/455007-political...t-culture/

It is amazing the power that politically correct kooks have acquired over language, art, and literature. It is a sign that the West is culturally dead.

When high museums rename paintings because some emotional weakling declares the name to be offensive, it becomes obvious that the custodians of Western culture have lost their belief in Western culture.

When universities cover up murials because of a claim they are offensive to people whose presence on the campus is miniscule if present at all, you know that learning is no longer the purpose of the university.

When a people are afraid to use the words and terms of their forefathers, you know they have been intimidated to abandon even their own language and ways of speaking.

Western culture today consists of pornography, sexual deviants, whinning whimps devestated by mere words, self-hatred, and craven cowards afraid to stand up for themselves against the onslaught of hate directed toward them by political correctness freaks.

The political correctness people are the most alienated and emotionally weak element in the society. Yet they dominate in the media, entertainment, universities, and art world. How is it possible that the Washingtonians are prepared to take us to war with real people—Russians, Chinese and North Koreans—two countries that have already whipped us once—and Persians, an ancient race that even the Romans had a hard time with? Do the fools in Washington really think that our homosexualized, feminized, transgenderized military can take on Russians, Chinese, and Persians? Hollywood can make all the movies it wants with female superheroes, but superheroes are the last thing whinning American feminists are.

The real questions for the politically correct crowd are: (1) why isn’t war politically incorrect, and (2) why isn’t it politically incorrect for the politically correct arbiters of language to call the rest of us names? The real racists in America are those who call white people racist.
Oh snap, EY, did PCR just call you racist?
Big Grin

What is crazy to me is that leftists went from railing against the ultrawealthy, to cozying up to them, and fighting against the middle class white, straight, Christian, male.
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