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jtem:and now you called me crazy. straight out of the script. thanks for playing.
I’m sure white folks were happy that he was dead though. and Kennedy placated to the segregationists too much.
You’re certainty was never in doubt, only your sanity…
So Malcom X is murdered by black Muslims, and you’re angry because you imagine that some people were happy for it.
And JFK did more for civil rights than any President before him, and you still haven’t forgiven him…
You’re fucked up.
You are crazy. You’re bat shit crazy, a complete nutter. Congratulations.
P.S. Malcolm X was still murdered by black Muslims, Lincoln still ended slavery and it was still JFK who took “civil rights” from being a few regulations that applied only to the federal government and brought them to every American.
…you crazy freak.
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REPUBLICANS EXPLOIT DEATH & DESTRUCTION FOR THEIR OWN GAIN!
This is no joke: The killing of U.S. citizens with drones began in 2002, and far from complaining about it the Republicans attacked everyone who didn’t like it, calling them “Weak on terrorism.”
Things are actually worse than they sound. See, before the Republicans meddled with things the CIA wasn’t even allowed to operate domestically, and now they can kill you! Thank the Republicans for that one.
Republicans: Healthcare is bad, but spying on you and even murdering you is good.
….you’d have to be retarded.
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The Saudi crown Prince in dead. There is no successor, at least for now. If revolutionaries are going to strike they will strike now.
This is no joke. A kingdom is never more vulnerable than during a period of succession, and this is doubley so if there is no clear heir. Traditionally this was true because the new king had yet to consolidate power. Nobody (or at least very few) owed their wealth or rank to him. At the same time, everyone who did amass wealth and/or powers under the old monarch would be worried about losing it all to new appointments, new favorites. So they were usually willing (if not eager) to cut deals with any challengers to the thrown.
Historically, even the Romans used to wait until a king died before absorbing a territory. They took advantage of the natural flux — the power vacuum — and moved in.
Regardless, there’s no successor to the Saudi thrown right now, and until a new one is named the revolutionaries are looking at their best opportunity to overthrow the government that they’ve seen since the 1970s.
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