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The Left Hates You. Act Accordingly…What Are YOU Gonna Do ‘Bout It?

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They hate you.

Leftists don’t merely disagree with you. They don’t merely feel you are misguided. They don’t think you are merely wrong. They hate you. They want you enslaved and obedient, if not dead. Once you get that, everything that is happening now will make sense. And you will understand what you need to be ready to do.

You are normal, and therefore a heretic. You refuse to bow to their idols, to subscribe to their twisted catechisms, to praise their false gods. This is unforgivable. You must burn.

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Crazy talk? Just ask them. Go ahead. Go on social media. Find a leftist – it’s easy. Just say something positive about America or Jesus and they’ll come swarming like locusts. Engage them and very quickly they will drop their masks and tell you…

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What We Deal with on Daily Basis Still

Because We Stand with Trump. These are not Protests nor Protesters. They are Domestic Terrorists and the Illegals who participated in this violence should be deported and any American Citizen who participated in the Violence should be Imprisoned! These people need to learn, with whatever laws can be enforced to stop this, that Violence will get them nowhere, nor be tolerated, in any way shape or form,  and that our laws, our Democracy will be re-instated. Ve Con Dios!

 

John Major: case for second Brexit referendum is credible

The UK establishment is utterly determined to keep us captive INSIDE the toxic Islamifying EU!!

‘Tyranny of majority’ should not dictate manner of exit from EU, says former PM in remarks likely to anger pro-Brexit Tories

Sir John Major and Tony Blair

Sir John Major has become the second former prime minister within 24 hours to question the Brexit process, saying there is a “perfectly credible” case for a second referendum on leaving the European Union.

Speaking shortly after Tony Blair argued in an interview that Brexit could be reversed if the public changed its mind, Major said that the 48% of voters who wanted to remain should not be subject to the “tyranny of the majority”.

The former Conservative prime minister said in a speech at a private dinner on Thursday that the opinions of remain voters should be heard in the debate about how Britain left the EU, the Times reported.

In his first intervention over the issue since the 23 June referendum, Major said he accepted the UK would not remain a full member of the EU, but hoped any Brexit deal would mean the UK remained as close as possible to EU members and the single market, which he described as “the richest market mankind has ever seen”.

Whatever happened with Brexit, he said, he could not accept that those people who voted to remain should have no input on the terms of Brexit.

“I hear the argument that the 48% of people who voted to stay should have no say in what happens,” he said. “I find that very difficult to accept. The tyranny of the majority has never applied in a democracy and it should not apply in this particular democracy.”

Major argued that it must be parliament, not the government, that made the final decision on any new deal with the EU, and there was a “perfectly credible case” for a second referendum on such a deal.

Major was addressing a dinner and question-and-answer session commemorating the 100th anniversary of David Lloyd George becoming prime minister.

Earlier on Thursday, the New Statesman published Blair’s comments about the possibility of Brexit being halted.

In an interview to mark his return to commenting on political matters, Blair said he was not predicting Brexit would not happen, only that there was a possibility it would not. “It can be stopped if the British people decide that, having seen what it means, the pain-gain, cost-benefit analysis doesn’t stack up,” he said.

Such a turnaround could arise in one of two ways, both of them hinging on negotiations over access to the EU’s single market, Blair said.

“Either you get maximum access to the single market, in which case you’ll end up accepting a significant number of the rules on immigration, on payment into the budget, on the European court’s jurisdiction. People may then say, ‘Well, hang on, why are we leaving then?’

“Or alternatively, you’ll be out of the single market and the economic pain may be very great because, beyond doubt, if you do that you’ll have years, maybe a decade, of economic restructuring.”

Theresa May’s spokesman dismissed the idea of a second referendum.

“We’ve been clear all along that the people of the United Kingdom have given the government a very clear instruction to take us out of the European Union,” he said. “Even Sir John has accepted that we are going to be leaving the European Union.”

Asked about the idea of the 48% of remain voters having no say, the spokesman said such issues were being raised in Commons debate and in the work of the Brexit select committee: “All these opinions will be fully aired and fully debated.”

He dismissed Major’s notion of the “tyranny of the majority”, saying: “It was a full and fair, democratic vote, and the majority voted to bring Britain out of the European Union. It is now the job of the government to deliver on the will that was expressed on that vote.”

The Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, said: “When a former Conservative prime minister publicly comes out in support of a Lib Dem policy, it shows we are the only sensible party on Brexit.

“The British people voted for departure but they didn’t vote for a destination, and they certainly didn’t vote to make the nation poorer and risk jobs. The haphazard way May’s cabinet are handling Brexit makes the case for a referendum on the deal stronger each day, and we’re glad to have growing cross-party support for this campaign.”

Like Blair, Major was notably more pro-EU than many other MPs in his party. The former Tory prime minister’s time in office was marked by persistent battles with his backbenchers over Europe.

The peak of the disruption came in 1995 when Major stood for re-election as Conservative leader against the leading Eurosceptic John Redwood in an attempt to regain his authority on Europe.

Major’s comments are likely to enrage some of his former foes, such as Redwood, who are still in parliament.

John Major: case for second Brexit referendum is credible

 

 

Company Bars Breitbart News for Hate Speech

AppNexus takes a stand as bigger rivals, Google and Facebook, face scrutiny over their handling of ‘fake news’
November 22, 2016 — 3:42 PM EST

AppNexus Inc., operator of one of the biggest digital advertising services, has barred Breitbart News from using its ad-serving tools because the conservative online publisher violated its hate speech rules.

AppNexus scrutinized Breitbart’s website after U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump tapped Steve Bannon, former executive chairman of Breitbart, to be White House chief strategist last week. The digital ad firm decided the publication had breached a policy against content that incites violence, said AppNexus spokesman Joshua Zeitz.

“We did a human audit of Breitbart and determined there were enough articles and headlines that cross that line, using either coded or overt language,” he said.

Breitbart News Network Chief Executive Officer Larry Solov said in an e-mailed statement that Breitbart “has always and continues to condemn racism and bigotry in any form.”

AppNexus’s decision comes while the two largest digital ad sellers, Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc., grapple with the rise of fake news — misleading or intentionally deceptive articles that appear in social news feeds and online search results. Last week, both companies said they would pull advertising support from sites that spread “misinformation.”

The AppNexus case is different. Zeitz stressed that the publication is not being targeted for its editorial position or for spreading misinformation. “This blacklist was solely about hate speech violation,” he said. Other ad tech firms are sticking with Breitbart.

Breitbart doesn’t buy ads directly using AppNexus. However, the publication shows ads bought through multiple automated online ad networks and exchanges. Now that Breitbart is barred, it won’t get ads from the exchange that AppNexus runs. It’s unclear how much of a financial impact this may have, but it could lower the price of ads on Breitbart.

AppNexus, backed by large companies like Microsoft Corp., News Corp. and WPP Plc, is an important source of ad dollars for many online publications. The company was second to Google in the automated ad serving market for publishers, earning $2.1 billion in revenue in 2014, and paying $1.9 billion of that to publishers, Cowen & Co. has estimated. AppNexus executive Jonathan Hsu said in February the company handles about $2.5 billion in ad spending. Some of that went to Breitbart.com until now, Zeitz said.

“Breitbart News Network continues to experience exceptional growth having attracted over 45 million unique visitors in the last thirty days alone,” Solov also said in his statement. “We have built an engaged community of loyal readers who are also a powerful consumer group.”

The move by AppNexus underscores the predicament technology companies face trying to police editorial content without limiting free speech. Google and Facebook have banned content over hate speech, yet they move carefully when it comes to publications with a political bent. Twitter Inc. recently purged right-wing users, including a prominent Breitbart writer, for violating its terms of service. Facebook was criticized when conservative websites struggled to access its popular “trending news”

Breitbart is another vexing case. It is popular, with 19 million unique monthly visitors in October, up from 12.9 million a year ago, according to ComScore. The online publication has been criticized for incendiary articles, such as one that warns of “Muslim invaders” and another that dubs conservative thinker Bill Kristol a “Renegade Jew.” One headline offered this fix for online harassment: “women should log off.”

Trump said on Tuesday that Breitbart was “just a publication” that covers stories like other news organizations, according to tweets from New York Times reporters during an interview with the president-elect.

Google’s DoubleClick service, the leader in digital display advertising, still powers ads on Breitbart’s website. That’s despite Google rules barring its ads from running next to “harassing or bullying content” and “content that incites or advocates for harm against an individual or group.” A spokeswoman for Google declined to comment.

Other ad tech companies whose networks work with Breitbart defended their partnerships as evidence of the web’s openness. Ad firm OpenX is “proud to support a free and vibrant internet,” said spokeswoman Lekha Rao.

 

“We do not make it our business to police editorial content,” said Jeffrey Hirsch, Chief Marketing Officer for Pubmatic, which offers tracking tools that appear on Breitbart.com.

AppNexus, however, frames its decision as maintaining standards for the marketers whose ads run next to Breitbart’s headlines. “We would ban this as quickly as a site that has pornography and violence,” said Zeitz.

God Gave Us a Reprieve – The Rest is up to Us

WARNING: Much of the images shown are sickening,, many with children….horrifying, saddened to know monstors like this exist and stay free!

 

There is a consensus among Conservative Christians that the triumph of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton represents a God-given reprieve to America as a nation.

Many within the Conservative Christian community believe that it is through the triumph of Donald Trump that God has given our nation one last chance to get back on the proper moral and spiritual track. He has shown us His divine mercy, and though His mercy, He has given our nation one last chance to get back on the proper moral and spiritual track, lest we face His judgment for not only turning away from Him, but for mocking Him and His laws through the leaders we have previously elected and the laws we have chosen to accept.

To be clear, it is within this very specific Conservative Christian community, and not merely Conservatives or those who simply identify themselves as Christians who believe this represents an opportunity that must not be squandered. To nearly anyone else, the “surprising” results of this election make no sense.

Viewed through a Biblical context, however, it makes perfect sense. Yet, there have been some within this subset of Conservative Christians who have rallied against Donald Trump because, according to them, they could not vote for him “in good conscience.” It is in spite of these sanctimonious Conservative Christians that we now have the chance to right the moral and spiritual wrongs that have held this nation hostage for so long.

Under Clinton, we had no chance. Under Trump, we have been given the opportunity should we choose to accept it. Not only must we accept it, we must act now and more fervently than ever before.

As Steve Quayle has often asserted, there are no political solutions to spiritual problems, Nonetheless, God gives us opportunities to correct spiritual problems through His divine mercy. It is up to us whether we choose to engage in the spiritual battle before us, or sit on the sidelines and refuse to be accountable for our actions… or inaction.

The triumph of Donald Trump has given the Conservative Christians in America a more favorable field of battle. Perhaps it will give us enough time to recalibrate our moral and spiritual compass, and bring God back into our lives. It will give us a chance to fight back against the lawlessness that has incrementally overtaken us while we slumbered.

To those who are truly paying attention, the triumph of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton is more than a political victory. It is an overt display of God’s mercy upon his people.

Join Steve Quayle and pastor David Lankford on the Hagmann & Hagmann Report tonight from 8:00-11:00 PM ET as we discuss the job ahead for every Christian in America.

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