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Reese27 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very true, they wanted the Communist Polish Party to gain control of Poland so did nothing to help the uprising. Politics on all sides has always screwed the people over. This would have been Stalin's orders. Lets face it, America only came into the war to ensure the German scientists where taken back to America to build the bomb first before the Russians. So much more to the war than just defeating the Nazi's.

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Reese27 9 points ago +9 / -0

No official results are in yet in France and will not be in until another 7 hours at least. Lame stream media getting ahead of itself. This is projection from MSM after asking people coming out of the polling stations who they voted for. They did the same on the night of Brexit. As soon as the voting booths closed to the public the MSM was saying remain had won and the rest of the night was a bombshell. Lets wait for the official results and not what the Mockingbird media thinks.

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Reese27 6 points ago +6 / -0

So at this point this is projection from the lame stream media. GB News is broadcasting that the winner is still unknown since they are still counting and the official results will be announced in about 7 hours from now. MSM getting ahead of itself as usual. They are projecting based on what people have told them coming out of the polling station. We shall see!

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Reese27 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is the pos who tapped a dead girls phone for a story. (Millie Dowler). No one should be surprised that he is still proving himself to be a pos.

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Reese27 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ríos' career was marked by a number of controversies.

In 1998, he fired his coach Larry Stefanki shortly after he became world No. 1, claiming that he wanted to go in a different direction.[11] After achieving the number one in singles, an Argentine reporter asked him what it felt like to be at the same status as Guillermo Vilas; he answered "I've been compared to Vilas for a while now. I do not know him. All I know is that he was No. 2 and I'm No. 1."[12] He was fined US$10,000 for speeding during the 1998 Stuttgart Indoor tournament.[13] In a confusing incident, he ran over his physical trainer, Manuel Astorga, in his jeep, leaving him seriously injured in the foot. Astorga was later fired as trainer.[13] After a magazine published some photos of him dancing seductively with a woman at a Paris disco, his girlfriend (later to be his first wife), Giuliana Sotela, broke up with him. During a Davis Cup press conference, Ríos read a letter, asking Sotela for forgiveness. He ended the press conference in tears.[14] He was accused by his second wife, María Eugenia Larraín, of throwing her out of his car while driving to visit his daughter in Costa Rica. Larraín arrived at Santiago's airport in dramatic fashion, in a wheelchair and showing multiple bruises on her legs. He claimed those bruises were caused by falling while skiing.[13] He was disqualified from the 2000 Mercedes-Benz Cup tennis tournament in Los Angeles, California during a first-round match with Gouichi Motomura of Japan and fined US$5,000 for saying "f**k you" to the chair umpire.[14] He was arrested in Rome in 2001 after he punched a taxi driver on the nose and then had a fight with the policemen arresting him.[14] In 2003, while training for a Davis Cup tie with Ecuador, he allegedly urinated on some men in a La Serena bar's bathroom and was later expelled from his hotel after being accused of swimming nude. As a consequence, the Chilean team missed a flight to Ecuador the following day. He later apologized for the incidents.[15][13] In 2003, he and a friend were expelled from a Santiago bar after insulting other clients and being involved in a brawl with some waiters. Both were arrested and later released.[13] In 2018, Rios was fined $2,500 by the ITF after refusing to be interviewed in his then duty as an assistant to the Chilean Davis Cup team, and instead insulting journalists during a Davis Cup tie vs. Ecuador. He responded to the questions with: "As my personal friend Diego Maradona says, I never speak to reporters as you can all suck it". In 2021, he accused Pamela Jiles, a Chilean deputy, of having tried to rape him as a 14-year-old during an Instagram livestream, claiming that she had attempted to "take a shower" with him after an interview.[16]

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Reese27 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yet at the same time we have Imran Khans government ousted and him posting that this is the work of a Washington regime change and are about to install their own puppet government. I would think any alliance for Russia is off the table. Plus a Russian alliance with Pakistan would end any sort of alliance with India. I don't think so.

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Reese27 2 points ago +2 / -0

Paedophilia itself is very wrong. They are not sick, its not an illness, they are nasty pos humans who take up too much oxygen and creating child porn software for them is vile.

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Reese27 13 points ago +13 / -0

Here is my experience with people around me fully vaxxed. Mother got myocarditis and blood clots, is now on a huge amount of meds. Aunt died suddenly of a stroke. FIL has tinnitus and brain fog, now being tested for dementia. Sons friend (25 yrs) has myocarditis another friend (also a young man) dies of a heart attack 2 female friends had miscarriages, one female friend reacted with a bad case of hives straight after the vax and has numerous health problems since. Its hellish and it will, I fear only get worse as time ticks on.

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Reese27 4 points ago +4 / -0

My father in law got tinnitus after the jab. He is now suffering from some sort of brain fog and has undergone a dementia test.

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Reese27 10 points ago +10 / -0

John Travolta looking panicked thinking fuck, don't look at me when you say that!

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Reese27 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well said. I am so beyond sick of hearing these clowns and jugglers lecturing us.

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Reese27 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah I was thinking more in Europe. It will spread. Food shortages and restrictions. Malta is just the first one. I lived there for a few years before it was part of the EU, they literally have to import everything.

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Reese27 5 points ago +5 / -0

This was a while ago. Vaccine restrictions/passports and mask mandates are now all lifted in France.

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Reese27 4 points ago +4 / -0

I have to say, she didn't look too healthy and also looked old for only 36. I guess she didn't get the memo. As for him talking, too many 'rocks' in one sentence. Looks like her advice to the public circled back.

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Reese27 2 points ago +2 / -0

and there are a load of posts on it already. Just search Chyna.

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Reese27 1 point ago +1 / -0

We must also be vigilant if the DS is really going to be taken down of who moves into the power vacuum. History shows us (certainly within Europe) when the public at large are in desperate times it opens up opportunities to fascists, dictators and commies. They thrive on the discontent of the masses. Hitler had no support amongst the people of Germany in the 20s as he and his goons where trying to establish a new party as the population was doing quite well. Only when the markets crashed in Wall Street and the banks called in all their loans from Germany (people suddenly were driven into poverty and high inflation) his rhetoric resonated with the people and they were suddenly in a coalition government.

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