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Re: MERGED: The Politics Thread
« Reply #6900 on: Today at 08:18:25 AM »
Finally!

Finally the detention of immigrant children in the US, removing even babies from their parents and putting them into concentration camps made it into the German number 1 TV news format! It is already over 11,000 children.

I hope these boarder control staff will be identified and put in front of court themselves and finally put in jail.

In the Nazi-Reich where police, military, or other members in official positions explained they only obey the rules, they only obey the orders were later taken into responsibility for their criminal acts. They got punished by courts for this. It means that they should have refused to obey the orders of the nazis.

THINK ABOUT IT!


Edit:
Unfortunately in German - they could have chosen to not obey: https://www.welt.de/kultur/kino/article124056600/Niemand-musste-bei-Erschiessungen-mitmachen.html

https://www.welt.de/geschichte/zweiter-weltkrieg/article144067359/Hatten-SS-Mitglieder-damals-wirklich-keine-Wahl.html
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Re: MERGED: The Politics Thread
« Reply #6901 on: Today at 11:25:53 AM »
Today's bit of good news: Kansas' Kris Kobach is such an evil and incompetent lawyer that a judge has ordered him to get more legal training.



...a federal court has struck down a Kansas Law, which was written and defended by former Trump voter fraud commission leader and Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach, that required the state’s residents to present proof of citizenship when they registered to vote.

According to HuffPost, Kobach used the law, which was passed in 2011 and started being enforced in 2013, to block over 31,000 people from registering to vote, including over 16,000 people who tried to register to vote but failed to provide a proof of citizenship within 90 days. In a 100-plus page ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Julie Robinson said that the law, which was passed in 2011 and began being enforced in 2013, violated the National Voter Registration Act and the right to vote as guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment.

It’s not every day that we get to see the top voter fraud conspiracist completely falling on his ass when asked to provide even the scantest amount of evidence that there is widespread voter fraud which necessitates voter suppression. Per HuffPost:

"Kobach offered 129 instances from 1999 to 2013 of noncitizens who registered or attempted to register to vote, but offered a series of experts to back up his argument that there could actually be thousands on the rolls. The court was not convinced. “Defendant insists that these numbers are just ‘the tip of the iceberg.’ This trial was his opportunity to produce credible evidence of that iceberg, but he failed to do so,” Robinson wrote in her opinion. “Instead, the Court draws the more obvious conclusion that there is no iceberg,” Robinson wrote. “Only an icicle, largely created by confusion and administrative error.”

“This decision is a stinging rebuke of[/b] Kris Kobach, and the centerpiece of his voter suppression efforts: a show-me-your papers law that has disenfranchised tens of thousands of Kansans,” ACLU Voting Rights Project director Dale Ho said in a statement. “That law was based on a xenophobic lie that noncitizens are engaged in rampant election fraud."...

In fact, [his] performance was so bad that today’s order from Robinson also requires him to get additional legal training on top of what’s already required of him by the law.

“Defendant chose to represent his own office in this matter, and as such, had a duty to familiarize himself with the governing rules of procedure, and to ensure as the lead attorney on this case that his discovery obligations were satisfied despite his many duties as a busy public servant,” Robinson wrote. “The Court therefore imposes a [Continuing Legal Education] requirement of 6 hours for the 2018-2019 reporting year in addition to any other CLE education required by his law license. These 6 additional hours must pertain to federal or Kansas civil rules of procedure or evidence.”



"When your city is French in origin, and your Mayor and Governor are Democrats, and those most affected by this natural disaster are Black, don't expect much help from Bush." -- Left of Y'all (and the link works now too! )

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Re: MERGED: The Politics Thread
« Reply #6902 on: Today at 04:26:05 PM »

Instead of producing that utterly bizarre movie trailer, the White House should have printed T-shirts that read "I Went To Singapore to Meet With a Murderous Dictator, And All I Got In Return Was This Lousy T-Shirt".

This is not normal.

Looks like we got a little more than just a lousy t-shirt.

North Korea begins returning remains of missing US troops from Korean War

If you are a liar, then you are a liar and people will believe you and repost this bullshit about other countries without thinking further thought Trumpelstilsken. He is right! I saw this happen on this forum just 2 weeks ago, when FAKE NEWS BULLSHIT about Germany was posted
So Trumpelstilsken postet FAKE NEWS BULLSHIT about Germany that got corrected by people that still are able to collect facts:
https://twitter.com/JeremyCliffe/status/1008702574864797697

And 6. Nobody has strongly and violently changed our culture ... this is FAKE NEWS BULLSHIT, too.

And Trumpelstilsken continues to spread FAKE NEWS and lies about Germany. He continues to insist he is correct on what he says.

We all know he is a liar and should be taken into responsibility for this - my opinion.

Around 2 years ago here in this board I explained how the wanted to cheat German cities for their money with different projects. Lying was back then his way to prepare the business. Honestly. Do you trust a used-car dealer that he is not cheating on you? How does it come that people trust a real estate tychoon! Are they idiots or born dumb?