Anonymous - 2018-03-09 12:37:37 (UTC +1) - 599714>>599682
True, but then why Snowden? Doesn't make sense. If they gave him the tool, Snowden isn't of value to the NSA other than a trophy. The tech lives outside of him and Q claims that they own CIA at this point (making assumptions). This is unfolding as if Snowden has something that no one else has access to. Snowden has fame for taking files and exposing, not of someone that developed technology that no one else has. Something not adding up.
Q !UW.yye1fxo - 2018-03-09 12:20:45 (UTC +1) - 599627>>599614
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 12:17:57 (UTC +1) - 599614>>599607
are we going to have more freedom of speech on "private" public speech services or not?
please answer this question
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 12:01:54 (UTC +1) - 599581Anonymous 9Mar 2018-8:01:54PM
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 02:07:28 (UTC +1) - 594255ROFLMAO Chris Matthews' panel says 'It was the Olympics, not POTUS that made this possible!" lmao ahahaha hehehe Idiots losers!!!!
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 02:03:02 (UTC +1) - 594151>>594016
A tougher nut to crack, Q-Team.
I hope your negotiations with Mahmoud are going well.
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 01:53:28 (UTC +1) - 593959>>593825
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 01:49:30 (UTC +1) - 593859>>593825
Why the stop in Hawaii after? That still makes me wonder!
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 01:13:27 (UTC +1) - 593230ok here we go Anons WOW HUGE !!!!!!!! NK will meet with 45 !!! MAGA !!
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 01:00:17 (UTC +1) - 592934>>592913
BEST GAME EVER BOSS!!!
> TV Time!!!
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 00:56:02 (UTC +1) - 592845Q, please tell us it's still NO DEALS!
And that this people will face JUSTICE!! Please just say YES. They will. I pray so hard every night!
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 00:48:34 (UTC +1) - 592731>>592689
Was necessary. China produces 10x as much steel as US. What if war breaks out?
Matter of national security, geopolitics …to prevent war, peace trough strength.
Anonymous - 2018-03-09 00:47:58 (UTC +1) - 592712>>592689
Q HAND GESTURE WAT
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Anonymous - 2018-03-07 22:01:31 (UTC +1) - 580403I confess. I was an #IBOR resister. It didn't make sense to me since free speech is already guaranteed in our constitution.
But, thinking logically, the one thing that would scare the data-mining cabal the most is an articulated right to privacy when using the internet.
No more data mining for ads. No more algorithms screwing up how we communicate with others on Facebook. No more capturing my favorite soda to sell to a competitor who might want to make me buy something else.
Also, and really important to me, is the right to be forgotten. It's already been adjudicated in Britain. Here's a bit of the detail:
https:// www.theguardian. com/technology/2013/apr/04/britain-opt-out-right-to-be-forgotten-law
We should have a right to disappear.
So if this continues to be a thing, think of it way beyond being censored for free speech. Think of it in terms of privacy, too. No more selling personal information. No more dedicated IPs to track your every move. No more email apps that pre-select your possible replies, because no more email being mined.
Mail could be configured with the same privacy rights as US mail, for example.
Last I'll post on this one. But if it goes forward, please consider expanding the scope.
Also keep in mind that there's more than the WH petition site to make your ideas known. Most of us have senators and congressmen to represent us in Washington, D.C. Maybe talk to a real person?
Anonymous - 2018-03-07 22:02:03 (UTC +1) - 580412>>580366
Snowden's girlfriend performs in a circus.
Also, John Le Carre's George Smiley worked out of "The Circus."
SEC Test 2
SEC Test 1
Q !UW.yye1fxo - 2018-03-06 19:06:24 (UTC +1) - 568863http://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/629
現地の '中継' 港は、クリントン財団と仲良しなの?
Anonymous - 2018-03-06 17:24:22 (UTC +1) - 567733>>567521
Anonymous - 2018-03-06 17:14:45 (UTC +1) - 567610Drop the video! Play it in times square.
Anonymous - 2018-03-06 17:07:23 (UTC +1) - 567534More Steel connections with HRC & CF?
One of the attendees at these conferences speaks to the stickiness of some donor relationships.
Victor Pinchuk, a steel magnate whose father-in-law, Leonid Kuchma, was president of Ukraine from 1994 to 2005, has directed between $10 million and $25 million to the foundation. He has lent his private plane to the Clintons and traveled to Los Angeles in 2011 to attend Mr. Clinton’s star-studded 65th birthday celebration.
Between September 2011 and November 2012, Douglas E. Schoen, a former political consultant for Mr. Clinton, arranged about a dozen meetings with State Department officials on behalf of or with Mr. Pinchuk to discuss the continuing political crisis in Ukraine, according to reports Mr. Schoen filed as a registered lobbyist.
“I had breakfast with Pinchuk. He will see you at the Brookings lunch,” Melanne Verveer, a Ukrainian-American then working for the State Department, wrote in a June 2012 email to Mrs. Clinton.
Anonymous - 2018-03-06 17:00:44 (UTC +1) - 567454>>567408
Anonymous - 2018-03-06 16:54:42 (UTC +1) - 567393>>567386
Anonymous - 2018-03-06 07:06:57 (UTC +1) - 563781Why is steel so important? Let's look where steel -was- produced in our country. These cities are blue strongholds, still, and many are located around areas of poor minorities, since mills closed and wealth left the area. If Trump brings these people back in to work he can effectively eliminate blue-collar/poor black democrat areas.
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Anonymous - 2018-03-06 06:48:09 (UTC +1) - 563501>>563401
also 111 days before monday was this
did we decide it was north korea?