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On 22/01/2021 at 7:23 AM, screamingeagle said:

yes he does because his masters knew he will be gone and the new puppet will reverse the decisions


trump only mission was to polarise us public so the unrests can unfold 


it is called a theater and it is fot the gullible people 

Looks that way to me, too.

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On 1/27/2021 at 7:08 PM, bamboozooka said:

As of January 25, 2021, Biden has “issued 33 executive orders, actions, proclamations, memoranda, and agency directives,” according to CNN. Twenty-one of these, according to the White House website, are executive orders.

The mind-blowing number of executive orders is far from the norm.

For context: former President Bill Clinton signed two in 1993, George W. Bush signed two in 2001, Barack Obama signed five in 2009 and Donald Trump signed four in 2017.


hmmm 33


Biden probably thought those people wanted his autograph.




"Could you sign this please Mr President?"




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Healing bombs? CNN’s love affair with airstrikes continues, as network gushes over Biden attack on Syria

27 Feb, 2021 14:12
Joe Biden’s Syrian airstrikes were hailed by CNN as a masterstroke of diplomacy, delivered with “a scalpel instead of a sledgehammer.” Strangely enough, it sang the same song when Donald Trump launched his own strikes.

Delivered on Thursday by two F-15 fighter jets, Biden’s airstrikes knocked out several facilities the Pentagon says were used by Iranian-backed militias in Syria. The Pentagon described the strikes as “defensive” in nature, and as a response to rocket attacks on US and coalition troops in Iraq. A militia spokesman said one fighter was killed and several wounded.

CNN was ecstatic. In an article published on Friday evening, analyst Nick Patton Walsh described the attack as “minimally lethal” and “a small signal that the Biden administration is not gun-shy.” Unlike President Donald Trump’s “sledgehammer” diplomacy, the “scalpel”-like strike was a reasonable move in Biden’s efforts to bring Iran back into the 2015 nuclear deal, which Trump pulled out of in 2018.

“In the protracted effort to see who will blink first between Tehran and the Biden administration, Thursday’s strikes on Iranian-backed militia in Syria are but a tiny insect floating into both their gazes,” read a particularly florid paragraph, in an article that went on to praise Biden’s cabinet of Iran “experts” and criticize the “damage the last four years of Trump has done to faith in careful American diplomacy.”

That CNN supports Joe Biden, at least compared to Trump, is no surprise. But the liberal network seemingly has a soft spot for airstrikes as a diplomatic tool. When Trump launched his own strikes on the same militia in Syria in 2019, he received some rare praise from CNN.

Trump’s strikes were “a sensible use of force,” analyst Peter Bergen wrote at the time, in an unusual departure from the network’s usual anti-Trump hyperbole.


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On 1/22/2021 at 3:22 PM, Macnamara said:

So two things that stopped during trumps tenure were:



-american children being gunned to death in schools, followed by calls in the corporate media to end gun ownership


I expect both of those things to kick off again. The israelis need some sort of conflict against iran to get rid of the al aqsa mosque in order to build the third temple. I can't see anyway they would achieve that peacefully except to pull it during an earthquake which they could then blame it on


was the attack on the israeli ship a false flag attack to justify sparking a wider conflict?

Benjamin Netanyahu vows payback against 'our greatest enemy' Iran and blames them for attack on Israeli ship - as his forces carry out missile attack on Tehran’s forces in Syria overnight

  • Netanyahu said blast on an Israeli vessel was 'indeed an Iranian act, that is clear' 
  • He said Israel was 'striking back' at Iran, hours after missile alert in Damascus 
  • Biden administration also carried out airstrikes on Iran allies in Syria last week 

By Tim Stickings For Mailonline and Afp

Published: 08:13, 1 March 2021 | Updated: 22:28, 1 March 2021

Benjamin Netanyahu said today that Israel was 'striking back' at its 'greatest enemy' Iran as he blamed the Islamic republic for a recent attack on an Israeli-owned ship. The Israeli PM said the blast on the MV Helios Ray which left two holes in the vessel's side in the Gulf of Oman last week was 'indeed an Iranian act, that is clear'. 'As for a reaction - you know my policy,' he continued. 'Iran is Israel's greatest enemy, I'm determined to block it, we're striking at it throughout the region.' Netanyahu's remarks came hours after Syrian air defences intercepted what they said were Israeli missiles over Damascus, in an area where Iranian Revolutionary Guards and their Hezbollah allies are believed to be present. It also comes days after Joe Biden ordered airstrikes on Syria to target an Iranian-backed militia, with the US president warning Tehran that it cannot act with impunity. But Iran denied the allegation that it was behind the ship explosion, accusing Netanyahu of suffering from 'an obsession with Iran'. 


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