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  1. Like the dude said the title was suffice. You're either interested or you're not. I'm not supposed to summarize a video for a person that is too unintelligent and lazy to click on a video but has the energy to ask ABOUT the video for days. The time it took for you to click on the threat is the same time it take to click on the video. There's no excuse for your laziness.
  2. Can click on a thread, but too lazy to click on a video. Can argue for days on in about a video but not take one second to simply watch the video.
  3. The days you spent asking about the video when it would've took seconds to check it out and know.
  4. A person having a meltdown in McDonalds, as the video title states.
  5. A LOT of Hispanics were on that airplane. The only Negro was the one trying to break up the fight.
  6. 'Five bullets with a silencer' - How was an IRGC officer assassinated? IRGC Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodayari was shot and killed near his home by unknown assailants. By ROMAN MEITAV Published: MAY 22, 2022 21:59 Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodayari, a senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) officer, was gunned down in Tehran on Sunday in a carefully coordinated operation, Israeli media reported. The approach Khodayari was driving his car near his home on Mahadi al-Islam Street in Tehran at around 16:00 local time. There, two unknown assailants riding a motorcycle approached his vehicle, rapidly closing the gap between them and Khodayari, according to Walla News. The attack From point-blank range, equipped with a silenced weapon, the two fired five shots at Khodayari, killing him instantly. The assassins were nowhere to be seen and a manhunt is currently underway. The aftermath The IRNA published pictures showing a man strapped in with his seat belt with the front window on the passenger side shot out. The man was slumped over in the driver's seat with blood around the collar of his blue shirt and on his right upper arm. The getaway Reports of Khodayari's assassination began to circulate in Iran and around the world, while security forces in Iran were frantically searching for the assassination squad. Meanwhile, the ISNA news agency reported that the IRGC had exposed and arrested a network of Israeli intelligence agents. "In accordance with the Zionist regime's intelligence service instructions, the network tried to steal and destroy public and personal equipment, hijack and obtain false confessions through a network of thugs," the IRGC said. The target Khodayari was considered a senior officer in the IRGC. According to Iranian sources, Khodayari was responsible for attempts to abduct and assassinate Israelis in Cyprus, Turkey and Colombia, N12 reported. The IRGC also reported that Khodayari was involved in the security of the Shiite holy places in Damascus and that he had a close relationship with Qasem Soleimani, an IRGC commander who was killed in a US airstrike in 2020. https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/iran-news/article-707406
  7. US Senate passes whopping $40 billion in aid for Ukraine Thursday, 19 May 2022 8:48 PM [ Last Update: Thursday, 19 May 2022 8:48 PM ] File photo of the United States Senate building in Washington, DC The US Senate has approved more than $40 billion in new “aid” for Ukraine, which has been the site of a Russian military operation since February. The legislative body gave its blessing to the monumental package on Thursday, with 86 votes in favor and 11 against, the Bloomberg news agency reported. “The message this sends is that the United States is committed, that we are going to stand with any country that is a democracy when there is an autocracy that attempts to overrun it,” Idaho Republican Jim Risch alleged. This comes after objections by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul had delayed passage of the bill for an entire week. “If Congress really believed giving Ukraine $40 bn was in our national interest, they could easily pay for it by taxing every income taxpayer $500,” Paul tweeted on Thursday. The bill cleared the House of Representatives last week on a 368 to 57 vote. The package, which is significantly larger than the $33 billion that Joe Biden had requested for Ukraine last month, now only awaits the president’s signature. Separately, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he had authorized $100 million in additional US arms, equipment, and supplies for Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the “special military operation” on February 24 in order to “demilitarize” the Donetsk and Lugansk regions in eastern Ukraine. In 2014, the two regions declared themselves new republics, refusing to recognize Ukraine’s Western-backed government. Ordering the operation, Putin said the mission was aimed at “defending people who for eight years were suffering persecution and genocide by the Kiev regime.” Another goal sought by the operation was to “de-Nazify” Ukraine, the Russian head of state also said back then, apparently referring to the far-right Azov militant outfit and the influence it wields across Ukraine’s political and military spheres. Also on Thursday, the Group of Seven so-called “advanced economies” that gather Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK, and the United States, agreed to provide Ukraine with $18.4 billion. The group said the money was to be used towards Ukraine’s “paying its bills,” Reuters reported. Ukraine's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said the funds “would speed up Kiev's victory over Russia” and were just “as important as "the weapons you provide," the agency added. The Western side has, on the other hand, been showering Russia with sanctions since the launch of the operation. Moscow has unequivocally warned that the unfaltering Western support for the Ukrainian side would indefinitely prolong the war. It has also vowed to end the operation once its “security demands” were met. The list of demands include provision of security for Russia’s interests in Ukraine and prevention of the ex-Soviet republic’s admission into the Western military alliance of NATO. Press TV’s website can also be accessed at the following alternate addresses: https://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2022/05/19/682398/United-States-Ukraine-Russia-aid
  8. 'We're not going to go away': Black Louisville mayor candidates frustrated but undeterred Billy Kobin Louisville Courier Journal LOUISVILLE, Ky. — After racial justice protests in 2020, continuing calls for change following Breonna Taylor’s death and several candidates of color running in this year's mayoral primary, one thing is certain. Louisville’s next mayor will be like all its previous mayors — a white man. That and the fact both Republican nominee Bill Dieruf and Democratic pick Craig Greenberg vastly outraised other candidates in their primaries were on the mind of Shameka Parrish-Wright. The co-chair of the Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression and manager of the Louisville Bail Project finished second behind Greenberg in the Democratic primary. Businessman vs. businessman:How Dieruf and Greenberg stack up in Louisville mayor race Parrish-Wright, who was seeking to become the first woman and first Black resident to serve as Louisville's mayor, received 22% of the vote compared with Greenberg's 41% in the eight-candidate Democratic field. Dieruf racked up 78% of votes in the four-candidate GOP field. She wondered if having several Black candidates in the Democratic field ultimately "put a dent" in her vote totals. Parrish-Wright told The Courier Journal her supporters included not only those who have protested against racial inequities and police brutality but also doctors, lawyers and teachers. But she raised only roughly $70,900 during her campaign, while Greenberg raised about $1.4 million, much of it from wealthy donors. "We have to keep big money out if it," she said. "Greenberg had those relationships and I didn’t, right? He hasn’t been mayor before either. … He just has money." The Rev. Tim Findley Jr., another Black candidate who came in fourth place among Democrats with nearly 16% of the vote, said he plans to run for mayor again in the next election. Despite Greenberg having TV ads, "mass mailers," and backing from political action committees as well as endorsements from several Metro Council members, Findley, pastor of Kingdom Fellowship Christian Life Center, said he and Parrish-Wright still had a "very respectable showing" amid a low countywide voter turnout of nearly 21%. "That should be concerning to individuals that put all this money into these campaigns," Findley said. "… because we're not going to go away." Findley felt he performed well in the predominantly Black neighborhoods of the West End and Newburg and said Greenberg also enjoyed support in the West End. But the pastor said the Democratic Party locally and nationally needs to "figure out how we can get more Black and brown engagement within the party." "There were too many rooms I was going into as a mayoral candidate where it was almost as if the look is, 'Why are you even here? There's no way we're voting you in,'" Findley added. https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/politics/elections/kentucky/2022/05/20/black-louisville-mayor-candidates-vow-were-not-going-go-away/9846631002/
  9. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.12news.com/amp/article/news/crime/family-remembers-woman-strangled-to-death-on-phoenix-city-bus/75-c77df0cc-e17a-4e73-b2ae-e0de06ad32ec
  10. The video posted had nothing to do with BLM, Black females or Blacks at all. Rioting on an airplane seems HIGH RISK and it was a news report completely unrelated to Blacks and their females.
  11. It deserves a place up here for the obvious reasons my brain dead friend. The propaganda was that airlines need security to block terrorists from hijacking planes but all that we see is female led riots on airplanes. Furthermore, these chicks are not Black so I don't even know WHY they were even mentioned. Plus, this was the week of the Kentucky Derby in Louisville where the aircraft was headed.
  12. They looked Hispanic not Black and these fighting on the plane also look like Mexican. I don't know where the belief that they were Black even comes from.
  13. Chinese calculations on Taiwan affected by Ukraine conflict - CIA director By REUTERS Published: MAY 7, 2022 20:03 US Central Intelligence Agency Director William Burns said on Saturday that Beijing is closely monitoring Russia's conflict in Ukraine and that it is affecting China's calculations over Taiwan. Burns, who was speaking at a Financial Times event in Washington, said Chinese government leadership has been struck by Ukraine's fierce resistance to Russia's invasion and by the economic costs Russia is bearing. "These are things that they're weighing very carefully," Burns said.
  14. Trump sought strikes on Mexico, said 'no one would know it was us', book reveals Friday, 06 May 2022 7:42 AM [ Last Update: Friday, 06 May 2022 7:51 AM ] Former Defense Secretary Mark Esper listens as President Donald Trump speaks during press briefing with the Coronavirus Task Force, at the White House, March 18, 2020, in Washington. (Photo by AP) Former US defense secretary Mark Esper in his new book reveals that then-president Donald Trump asked him in 2020 about launching missiles into Mexico to "destroy the drug labs" and kill cartels. In a report on Thursday, the New York Times cited Esper’s forthcoming book ‘A Sacred Oath’ to reveal many startling discussions between him and the former US president. "We could just shoot some Patriot missiles and take out the labs, quietly," Trump suggested, according to the book, which is expected to create a buzz in intelligentsia circles in coming months. Trump asserted that Mexico didn't "have control" over its own country and that "no one would know it was us," Esper, who apparently objected to it, recounts in the book, according to the Times. It is one of the several exchanges detailed in Esper's book, which will be published on Tuesday. The book describes an administration that was obsessed with Trump’s reelection campaign throughout 2020, according to the Times. The defense secretary, who was jettisoned for butting heads with the former president over using the military to quell Black Lives Matter protests, reportedly writes that he was also concerned Trump would use the military around Election Day, potentially to seize ballot boxes. While Esper writes that Trump's behavior never became erratic enough to justify an invocation of the 25th Amendment, the book mentions the chaotic White House focused on Trump's reelection bid. GOP enjoys ‘big opportunity’ in 2024 election, supporting Trump ‘mistake’ Former US Attorney General William Barr says that the GOP, which has "big opportunity", needs to discount former President Donald Trump as the party’s presidential nominee to win in 2024. Esper broke with Trump many times as defense secretary, including over plans to withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan, but the cracks widened in the summer of 2020 when Esper said he did not support using active-duty troops to quell protests across the US triggered by the police killing of George Floyd. Trump ultimately fired Esper in early November 2020, days after losing the presidential election. "I felt like I was writing for history and for the American people," Esper told the Times on Thursday, calling the former president "an unprincipled person who, given his self-interest, should not be in the position of public service." Earlier this week, a report in Axios stated that Esper's book details Trump raising the idea of shooting protesters who took to the streets around the White House that summer. These details have also previously been documented by journalist Michael Bender in his book titled "Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost." “Without being too explicit,” Esper writes in a new memoir, “my message was clear: the US military was not going to get involved in the election, no matter who directed it. I would intercede.” Esper also details an Oval Office outburst in the book when Trump included his vice-president Mike Pence in a complaint that senior advisers were “losers”. Press TV’s website can also be accessed at the following alternate addresses: www.presstv.ir https://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2022/05/06/681598/Mark-Esper-Trump-patriot-missile-drug-labs-Mexico
  15. ‘They’re ashamed of us’: Multiple homeless camps cleared in Louisville By Olivia Russell Published: Apr. 26, 2022 at 2:57 PM MST LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - People living on the streets of downtown Louisville are looking for new places to stay after city crews swept out several homeless camps just before Thunder Over Louisville. Many notable camps, which were formerly crowded with tents, blankets, and sleeping bags, are now empty. Some people in the area told WAVE they think the timing is suspicious, as the camps were cleared right before Derby season. “Oh, absolutely it has to do with Derby,” one woman said. The woman declined to be identified because she did not want her children to know she was living in a tent on Jefferson Street. She said she lived there until April 14, when it was cleared. The woman is in a wheelchair and cannot walk. She said her six-person tent and bed were taken and replaced with a smaller tent that could not fit her wheelchair. “How would you feel if someone took your home and took everything you earned?” she asked. She said people are now sleeping in unsafe areas like bus stops. “For a town or a city that’s been praised to help the homeless, why they cleared us all out like they’re ashamed of us mind-boggles me,” she said. In a statement, an official with the Louisville Metro Office of Resilience and Community Services said the camps were not cleared because of the upcoming Kentucky Derby festivities. In fact, they said cleaning the camps happens year-round. “Louisville Metro Office of Resilience and Community Services (RCS) performs assessments on homeless encampments year-round,” the statement says. “In the event a 21-Day posting to clear an encampment is warranted due to health and safety reasons, outreach teams are a consistent presence throughout the weeks leading up to a clearing and the day of to help connect residents to shelter and services. Outreach teams continue to provide a consistent presence in areas that have been cleared to offer services and to discourage re-establishment. RCS is not actively disclosing the locations and times of encampment postings out of respect for the privacy and dignity of individuals living at encampments and to ensure a seamless transition process.” Copyright 2022 WAVE. All rights reserved. https://www.wave3.com/2022/04/26/theyre-ashamed-us-multiple-homeless-camps-cleared-louisville/
  16. Russian FM: So what if Zelenskyy is Jewish? Hitler also had Jewish blood Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov: The fact that Zelenskyy is Jewish does not deny the Nazi elements in Ukraine. I believe Hitler also had Jewish blood. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Sunday made a controversial statement about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. "The fact that Zelenskyy is Jewish does not deny the Nazi elements in Ukraine. I believe that Hitler also had Jewish blood," Lavrov said, in comments quoted by Kan 11 News. The Russian Foreign Minister continued to attack the Ukrainian President, saying, "Zelenskyy can promote peace by stopping giving illegal orders to his Nazi soldiers.
  17. Louisville GOP mayor candidate says attempted murder suspect Quintez Brown researched him ANDREW WOLFSON | LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL | 5 hours ago LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Quintez Brown, who is charged with the attempted murder of Democrat mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg, also conducted internet research on Republican candidate Bill Dieruf, the Jeffersontown mayor. Dieruf’s campaign disclosed that information in a news release Friday. Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf is seeking the Republican nomination in the Louisville mayor race. SAM UPSHAW JR./COURIER JOURNAL "I have been aware that Quintez Brown had searched my name on his computer since the FBI reviewed his Internet search history following the February incident," the campaign statement said. "Jeffersontown Police Chief Rick Sanders and I met with FBI agents then regarding what they found and were told the information was confidential because of the ongoing investigation."
  18. Photo: Ariel Zandberg, Prime Minister's Communications Bennett's son receives death threat letter and bullet in mail Three days after his wife Gilat received a death threat via mail, PM eldest son Yoni, 17, receives a similar letter; the police and the Shin Bet domestic security agency said they are investigating the incident, placing a gag order Liran Levi,Moran Azulay| Published: 04.28.22, 17:02 The family of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has received a death threat and bullet in the mail for the second time this week, the police said Thursday. This time the letter was addressed to premier's teenage son, whereas the first parcel targeted Bennett's wife. Follow Ynetnews on Facebook and Twitter Police and the Shin Bet have said they are investigating both incidents. They have placed a gag order on the investigations and released few details. The letter sent to the Bennett family on Tuesday included threats directed at prime minister's wife Gilat and his 17-year-old son, Yoni.
  19. Pope Paul the 6th was SATANIST jewish enemy of Catholicism. He wore the breastplate if jewish high priests!! He also handicapped Catholicism by taking the crucial books out.
  20. Letter with bullet and death threat sent to PM Bennett and family; security boosted Threatening message with round of live ammunition sent to premier’s Ra’anana home; PM hints threat motivated by politics By TOI STAFFToday, 6:35 pm PM Naftali Bennett, left, and Police Chief Kobi Shabtai looking at seized guns during a visit in Rahat, southern Israel, on December 6, 2021. (Noam Revkin Fenton/Flash90) A letter addressed to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and his family included death threats and a live bullet, police said Tuesday afternoon Security officials in the Prime Minister’s Office immediately decided to reinforce the unit responsible for protecting Bennett’s family, the Prime Minister’s Office said. According to a police statement, the Lahav 433 serious crime unit and the Shin Bet security agency launched a joint investigation into the threatening letter. The letter was sent to a building adjacent to Bennett’s family home in Ra’anana, which he is using rather than the official Prime Minister’s Residence, and was addressed to both the prime minister and his family, Channel 12 news reported. It was not immediately clear when the letter was sent. Get The Times of Israel's Daily Editionby email and never miss our top stories Newsletter email addressGET IT By signing up, you agree to the terms A court-imposed gag order has prohibited many details of the case from being published. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, his wife Gilat and their four children at the Knesset, on June 13, 2021. (Naftali Bennett/Instagram) The Prime Minister’s Office confirmed that security for Bennett’s family was increased following assessments by officials. Police did not announce a motive for the letter, but Bennett hinted it was political in nature, saying on Twitter that such disputes shouldn’t rise to the level of “violence, bullying or death threats.” ADVERTISEMENT “I’m the prime minister and a political figure, but I’m also a husband and father and it’s my duty to protect my wife and children,” Bennett wrote. “We must lower the temperature on the political discourse.” Bennett’s coalition partners, including Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Defense Minister Benny Gantz, denounced the threatening letter and bullet that was sent to the premier’s family. Lapid said the letter showed “where hatred can lead.” “We’ll continue to fight the discourse of hate in the street, on social media, everywhere. They won’t intimate us. The extremists won’t defeat the sane majority,” he said on Twitter. Gantz said the threats were “the crossing of a red line,” adding that “a bullet in an envelope can turn into three bullets fired from a pistol.” One of three metal walls closing streets leading to the Prime Minister’s Ra’anana home, on January 13, 2022. (Carrie Keller-Lynn/Times of Israel) Police have investigated a number of threats against the prime minister in the past, usually made over social media. ADVERTISEMENT It was not the first time authorities were investigating threats made against Bennett. In August, a 23-year-old resident of Ashkelon was detained over an alleged threatening Facebook comment on a post from Bennett expressing condolences to the family of Barel Hadaria Shmueli, a Border Police officer who died after being shot on the Gaza border during violent protests nine days earlier. Earlier that month, another resident of the south was detainedfor questioning over apparent threats against the prime minister. In May, before he became prime minister, the Knesset Guard boosted security for Bennett and his home after a series of threats amid feverish coalition talks and a heated political atmosphere. Later that month, police investigated threats made against Bennett on social media, including images circulating of him wearing an Arab headdress with the caption “the liar” — similar to those shared of former prime minister Yitzhak Rabin before his assassination.
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