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|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 3:10pm On Jun 16, 2018|
what were the charges? I bet you did not know that it is not related to the 2016 campaign. or trump fyi it will be a KO for dems come november
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 3:30pm On Jun 16, 2018|
stanech:Like I said before, you don't know a damn shiiit about the happenings here. Stick to your local politics. Under the racist pig regime, you can't even obtain a visa to US. So what are you foaming about. The racist pig and his White Nationalist followers don't even want you kind in America. Your Lord will eventually be disgraced out of office sooner or later courtesy of the American people. Watergate took two years before Nixon was forced out and we are patiently waiting for Director Mueller to do the needful. Meanwhile focus on how Nigeria will move forward. Charity begins at home.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 3:37pm On Jun 16, 2018|
Ha. Lucas my friend..
What were the charges against him I ask again. Manafort is in jail for a crime that has nothing to do with Rusian colluion True or false?
Not one person has been charged for any crime related to Trump and the 2016 campaign.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 3:40pm On Jun 16, 2018|
stanech:Obviously You don't know squat about the junk you are spouting. What about Gen Flynn, Rick Gates and couple others that are escaping my memories. You sit in your cave swallowing junk from Faux News. The Mueller investigation is on going. That's the American way but i do not expect you to understand that from the cave.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 3:49pm On Jun 16, 2018|
Yea still jot answering my question. Any way i do not have time for this. Bye bye
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Kophschmerzen: 3:57pm On Jun 16, 2018|
Hey slowpoke there are already 16 indictments, with Cohen about to sing like a bird. Just shut up and let us doubt your stupidity.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 3:57pm On Jun 16, 2018|
stanech:Watching Iceland giving Argentina trouble. I can't answer a question from a racist a*s licker. Bye.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 4:00pm On Jun 16, 2018|
Kophschmerzen:That guy is one of numerous foools here licking the a*s of a pig. No wonder Nigeria is in trouble with our guys on Nairaland. Imagine a guy who couldn't even obtain a visa to US because the pig is telling his guys at the Embassy in Nigeria that the country is a shiiithole but the brainstems will come on Nairaland hailing little Hitler forcibly taking children away from their mothers.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 10:11pm On Jun 17, 2018|
The racist pig policy of separating children from their mothers is getting the attention that it deserves. The Orange pig is getting it from left and right including the Southern Evangelicals that supports him. Even Melania had to denounce the policy. Protests are ongoing in Texas as we speak. More pressure to come. Deport them if you want to but don't separate mothers from children. It's ungodly and it's uncalled for . This is not America. Hope the little Hitler listens because he's a vile racist.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by PDPGuy: 10:20pm On Jun 17, 2018|
I’m a stickler for people following the law, but at times, common sense should be applied to what we do.
Yes, the adult parents crossed the border illegally, but yay doesn’t entail that you take their kids away from them. These kids are of the age where they need their parents the most. Besides, crossing the border illegally isn’t really a felony that justifies setting up separate tents for little kids, and keeping their parents in a detention facility.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 10:27pm On Jun 17, 2018|
PDPGuy:It's really sad. I am not for violating any laws but separating children from their mothers on a miscellaneous offence is terrible. He loves to lie and he's trying to put in on Democrats and Senator Lindsey Graham a conservative Republican told Trampy that he can stop it with one phone call. A father separating children from their mothers. What a little Hitler we are dealing with.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by LordReed(m): 3:48pm On Jun 18, 2018|
Its a Republican talking point that Democrats want illegal immigration or open borders even though they can never bring out a single example of any Democrat advocating such a thing. Wanting legal immigration and grants to asylum seekers doesn't equate to wanting open borders but I am sure I am preaching to the choir.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 3:55pm On Jun 18, 2018|
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 4:06pm On Jun 18, 2018|
stanech:Skunk from a ritualistic village. You should have been separated from your mother at birth. Worthless pig a*s licker.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 5:30pm On Jun 18, 2018|
LordReed:You are spot on. That's their talking point to their uneducated followers. The main reason for doing what they are doing is what late Jerry Falwell the so called Rev and Southern Segregationist and his ilks like Spencer, Miller and Pat Buchanan called ' Browning ' of America. They are so scared to death and there's nothing they can do about it. Why take children from their parents?. It's inhumane, barbaric and immoral reminiscent of Hitler's Germany. If you don't want them in America, process them and send them back to their countries not forcibly removing their children. Racist and bigoted bunch of Bozos.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Timbuktuo: 5:32pm On Jun 18, 2018|
Deportation Separated Thousands Of U.S.-Born Children From Parents In 2013
By Elise Foley
06/25/2014 09:22 PM ET
Updated Jun 26, 2014
WASHINGTON — Immigration and Customs Enforcement last year carried out more than 72,000 deportations of parents who said they had U.S.-born children, according to reports to Congress obtained Wednesday by The Huffington Post.
The reports were sent by ICE in April to the Senate Appropriations Committee and the Senate Judiciary Committee, as required by law. ICE confirmed the authenticity of the two reports, which lay out 72,410 removals of immigrants who said they had one or more U.S.-born children in 2013.
The reports show that even parents of U.S. citizens are among the hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants being expelled from the United States each year. They hold particular significance as President Barack Obama faces pressure to change his deportation policies to keep families together. Obama’s deportation policies are under increased scrutiny by those in both political parties as the House stalls on immigration reform and the government scrambles to deal with an influx of unaccompanied minors crossing the U.S. border illegally. While opponents of immigration reform have argued that Obama’s lax enforcement is attracting new unauthorized immigrants, reform advocates are turning to the White House to slow deportations.
I think it's safe to say Obama taught Trump to be racist. I wonde where CNN and the rest of the saintly left were the whole time. Go Trump.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 5:36pm On Jun 18, 2018|
Timbuktuo:Here comes Oshodi garage tout rewriting history of a country he's got no clue of how things work. Mr copy and paste. No original thoughts of his own just like the other Orange a*s lickers.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Timbuktuo: 6:02pm On Jun 18, 2018|
U.S. Deports 46K Parents With Citizen Kids in Just Six Months
Data obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request reveals nearly a quarter of people deported in first half of 2011 were parents with U.S. citizen children. That's a dramatic increase from the 10-year period before the Obama administration.
Seth Freed Wessler NOV 3, 2011 9:30AM EDT
United States carried out more than 46,000 deportations of the parents of U.S.-citizen children, according to previously unreleased federal data obtained by Colorlines.com’s publisher, the Applied Research Center. The figures reflect a striking increase in the rate of removals of parents and raise serious concerns about the impact of these deportations on children, many of whom are left behind.
The data on parental deportations does not reveal how many children each of these parents had, or whether their children remained in the U.S. or left with their mothers and fathers. However, the Applied Research Center has also found a disturbing number of children languishing in foster care and separated from their parents for long periods. After a year-long national investigation, we estimate there are at least 5,100 children in foster care who face barriers to family reunification because their mother or father is detained or deported. That number could reach as high as 15,000 in the next five years, at the current rate of growth.
The rising number of parental deportations has corresponded with an overall increase in immigration enforcement under the Obama administration; in fiscal year 2011, a record 397,000 people were deported. Yet parental deportation has also increased as a proportion of all removals. Between 1998 and 2007, the last period for which similar data is available, approximately 8 percent of almost 2.2 million removals were parents of U.S.-citizen children. The new data, released to the Applied Research Center in September, reveals that more than 22 percent of all people deported in the first half of this year were parents of citizen kids.
The Obama administration has accepted the deportation of parents as an acceptable consequence of its immigration enforcement policy. In an interview aired on PBS’ “Frontline” last month, Cecilia Munoz, the administration’s top advisor on immigration, said that unless Congress passes a comprehensive immigration reform bill to provide a path to lawful status for undocumented immigrants, the deportation of parents will continue.
“At the end of the day, when you have immigration law that’s broken and you have a community of 10 million, 11 million people living and working in the United States illegally, some of these things are going to happen,” said Munoz.
Nobody ever called Obama a racist because of these policies in his tenure. And they wonder why Trump won. The hypocrisy on the American left would be amusing if it weren't so pathetic.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by LordReed(m): 6:16pm On Jun 18, 2018|
Exactly, dehumanising people because you don't want them is racist and that's something they never get.
LoL, case in point:
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Timbuktuo: 6:32pm On Jun 18, 2018|
Poor education and mental incapability is a huge problem.
According to Wikipedia:
Racism: Racism is the belief in the superiority of one race over another, which often results in discrimination and prejudice towards people based on their race or ethnicity.
Dehumanise: In political science and jurisprudence, the act of dehumanization is the inferential alienation of human rights or denaturalization of natural rights, a definition contingent upon presiding international law rather than social norms limited by human geography. In this context, specialty within species need not apply to constitute global citizenship or its inalienable rights; these both are inherit by human genome.
When American citizens commit crimes, the courts do not send them to jail with their children, children of convicted criminals or civil offenders heading to jail are sent to willing relatives or put in foster care. These children are, in effect, separateddrom their parents. Why is their no outcry for this flavour of child-parent separation? What is the difderene? Somebody please educate me.
Secondly, Mexico immigration is reportedly tougher and less lenient than American immigration when dealing with border crossers. Does this mean Mexico is also racist towards other Latin Americans?
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 6:41pm On Jun 18, 2018|
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|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Timbuktuo: 6:44pm On Jun 18, 2018|
This must be Photoshop. .
Or maybe Obama was also scared of the browning of America. Obama must be a racist too. Never thought of that.
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|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 7:01pm On Jun 18, 2018|
They just want to blame Trump for everything.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 7:03pm On Jun 18, 2018|
If President Obama (who got nowhere with North Korea and would have had to go to war with many millions of people being killed) had gotten along with North Korea and made the initial steps toward a deal that I have, the Fake News would have named him a national hero!
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 7:03pm On Jun 18, 2018|
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 7:04pm On Jun 18, 2018|
And now he changes the topic
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 7:05pm On Jun 18, 2018|
stanech:Fact according to a guy who don't have a clue.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by stanech: 7:05pm On Jun 18, 2018|
I thought it was about seperating the families. FyI cage pics is also from the Obama era. So you have no point.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by LordReed(m): 7:06pm On Jun 18, 2018|
What exactly is your problem that you like to start with thinly veiled insults? Are you really so deficient you need this to compensate?
From the above definitions, in what way does dehumanising someone not indicate the other person has taken a position of superiority?
Tell me when illegals are deported do they leave the children and deport only the parents? Does the US absorb the children into their society?
An entire caravan of people from South America just recently crossed the entire length of Mexico, were was the purported toughness?
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Kophschmerzen: 7:07pm On Jun 18, 2018|
Show us pictures like the ones from the past few days, or remain the brainless tool that you are destined to be.
|Re: American Politics Thread - 2020 Election Cycle! by Lucasbalo(m): 7:08pm On Jun 18, 2018|
stanech:Like I said before, your brain is charred. All you pig a*s licking guys do is paste and copy junk from right wing hate blogs.
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