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Posted on August 12th, 2017 at 22:56 by John Sinteur in category: News


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  1. Video of car ramming here at 7min30sec warning HOLY FUCK

  2. And another video.

    No doubt about it – some racist fuck did that on purpose.

  3. Oh, and you want to hear something REALLY fucked up? Read this

  4. Oh, and just to be crystal clear here…. Sebastian Gorka, go fuck yourself

  5. “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides,” Trump said during a short statement from his private golf club in New Jersey.

    Really you piece of shit? MANY sides? Okay – counting… alt-right, nazi, white-supremacist, am I missing any?

    Trump makes one more step towards open acceptance of the deaths of left wing protesters. It isn’t even subtle now.

  6. You’re blind if you didn’t notice both sides came armed with everything just short of guns. Thugs are thugs, no matter what you call them.

  7. I guess The Spanish car attack puts everything into a different perspective. Where’s the outrage?

  8. You mean those fucking terrorists should be the first against the wall? No argument from me there.

Robert Jeffress: God’s OK with U.S. bombing North Korea

Posted on August 12th, 2017 at 9:23 by John Sinteur in category: News

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Texas pastor Robert Jeffress, one of President Trump’s evangelical advisers, said that God has given the president “full control” to take out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

In a statement to CBN News Tuesday, the First Baptist Dallas pastor wrote that a biblical passage in the book of Romans endowed “rulers full power to use whatever means necessary — including war — to stop evil.”

“In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong-Un,” Jeffress told CBN News. “I’m heartened to see that our president — contrary to what we’ve seen with past administrations who have taken, at best, a sheepish stance toward dictators and oppressors — will not tolerate any threat against the American people.”

I think we should relocate his church to a Seoul suburb and see how fast his mind changes.


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  1. What’s that Commandment again? The one about not killing, that one. Perhaps we’ve all missed the 2nd line, the bit that says, “…unless you really don’t like them.”
    On a more practical note, there’s no realistic way of killing just Kim, dozens or even hundreds would die alongside him and remember, most of Seoul, certainly the northern half, is in range of a LOT of heavily entrenched large-calibre artillery guns. But hey, they’re not Americans so, to the hard-right, they don’t count…
    What a shining example of Christianity at its finest…

  2. Don’t forget there’s quite a bit of US troops around. Google OPLAN 5027 for some depressing reality. Think half a million South Koreans and 50k US dead. And there’s about 12,000 self-propelled and towed weapon systems to take out at the very same moment if we want to keep Seoul intact. Not bloody likely.

  3. World leaders don’t like to take out their counterparts. It sets a bad precedent.