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American News / Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Last post by Private on Today at 12:36 »

Migrant caravan member cites Biden’s pledge to suspend deportations for 100 days as reason for traveling to US

Biden promised pathway to legal permanent residency for those here illegally

By Bradford Betz | Fox News

Thousands of migrants headed to U.S. border in early challenge to Biden

Fox News host Pete Hegseth discusses the growing caravan of migrants heading to the U.S. southern border as Joe Biden prepares to take office.

A migrant traveling with a caravan that left Honduras on Friday told a reporter he was headed to the U.S. because soon-to-be President Joe Biden is "giving us 100 days to get to the U.S."

The migrant, seen in an interview shared by The Hill, did not provide his name but said he was from Roatán, a tourist island off the northern coast of Honduras.

He appeared to be citing Biden’s pledge to place a 100-day moratorium on deportations – one of several items on his agenda that will reverse some of President Donald Trump’s signature policies.

Incoming Biden administration to migrant caravan: Don't come, you won't get in immediately
American News / Re: The U.S. Government is the Enemy
« Last post by Private on Today at 07:37 »
The intent is for an army of All Black Soldiers with White Soyboys as their servants ...

Joe Biden’s Pentagon Pick Lloyd Austin Vows to Rid Military Ranks of ‘Racists and Extremists’ Whitey

Lloyd Austin, President-elect Joe Biden’s nominee for defense secretary, said Tuesday during his confirmation hearing that he would work to rid the military of “racists and extremists.”

Report from 2006: Latino and Black Gang Members Claim Turf and Get Trained in Iraq

Excerpt: Army recruiters eager to meet their goals have been overlooking applicants' gang tattoos and getting waivers for criminal backgrounds.

"We're lowering our standards," Barfield said.

"A friend of mine is a recruiter," he said. "They are being told less than five tattoos is not an issue. More than five, you do a waiver saying it's not gang-related. You'll see soldiers with a six-pointed star with GD [Gangster Disciples] on the right forearm."

Fort Lewis offers free tattoo removal, but few if any soldiers with gang tattoos have taken advantage of the service, Barfield said.

In interviews with the almost 320 soldiers who admitted they were gang members, only two said they wanted out of gangs, Barfield said.

None has been arrested for a gang-related felony on the base, Barfield said. But some are suspected of criminal activity off base, he said.

"They're not here for the red, white and blue. They're here for the black and gold," he said, referring to the gang colors of the Latin Kings.

Barfield said most of the gang members he has identified are black and Latino. He has linked white soldiers to racist groups such as the Aryan Nations.
American News / Re: USA Votes 2020
« Last post by Private on Today at 06:26 »
Resurfaced footage shows Democrat celebs trying to overturn 2016 electoral college vote

Pelosi & Clinton declare that Putin was behind D.C. White Insurgency

... Therefore, all Republican voters are Terrorists taking orders from a foreign power  =))
American News / Re: The U.S. Government is the Enemy
« Last post by Private on Today at 03:23 »
She said Wolf nominated her because of her medical credentials, which include serving as the vice chair for clinical affairs in the department of pediatrics and chief of the division of adolescent medicine and eating disorders at the Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital-Milton S. Hershey Medical Center; founding the Penn State Hershey Eating Disorders Program, which offers multidisciplinary treatment for children, adolescents and adults with eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa; and serving as the liaison for the LGBTQ community for the office of diversity at the Penn State College of Medicine.

But, Wolf “didn’t shy away from nominating me [for being the first transgender person holding the position],” Levine also said.

Her transition to Rachel was slow, she said, and after 14 years at the Hershey Medical Center, Levine fully transitioned five years ago. Her colleagues, she said, were “wonderful, welcoming.”

Her identity, she said, served as the catalyst for change at Penn State, where the medical center expanded its nondiscriminating policy to include gender identity.

As an advocate for young people in particular, she wants to send out a plea to those who have doubts about revealing their gender expression and who may feel alone.

“Our society, including our culture in Pennsylvania, has made progress — [creating an] accepting but actually [also] welcoming environment,” Levine said. “This is my plea to young people to not despair — to not take their lives; things are getting better.”

As a Jewish youth growing up in a Jewish household in Wakefield, Mass., having a bar mitzvah, attending Hebrew school and attending a conservative shul, Levine said the rabbi did not talk about LGBTQ issues. It was the late 1960s, early 1970s, she said, and things are only now getting better.

“Overall, our society is open to different gender norms, not just in Jewish culture,” she said, adding that Reform Judaism is a space where acceptance is happening, even if not in more Orthodox spaces, where constituents may be “less open to variation of gender.”

Her mom’s shul in Harrisburg, Temple Ohev Sholom, is headed by Rabbi Peter Kessler, who identifies as gay and who is greatly respected in the community and by Levine and her family.

“Change takes time,” she said, “and it’s happening in my lifetime.”

For now, Levine is tackling what she said is the biggest public health issue in Pennsylvania: opiates, specifically heroin and prescription drug overdoses.

The drug trade mentioned was ran by the jewish Sassoon family and is headed by the Sackler family in America. Notice the jew playing both sides against the middle. Denouncing the opioid on one hand and supplying them with the other. Even this kike's sexual identity is a mind *. It is just a degenerate beast at best. I wish something would kill it. >:D
American News / Re: American Mud Crime
« Last post by Private on Yesterday at 22:34 »

North Carolina men arrested after police pull over car for speeding, find dead body in trunkThe men were charged with murder

By Stephen Sorace | Fox News

Four men were arrested in North Carolina early Monday after police stopped their car for speeding and discovered a dead body inside the trunk, authorities said.

Officer C. Roberts with the Roanoke Rapids Police Department pulled over the vehicle at 1 a.m., the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

Shortly after the traffic stop, the sheriff’s office said Roberts discovered the body of a man inside the trunk. The man, identified as 23-year-old Trevon Quantavius Fields of Roanoke Rapids, suffered apparent gunshot wounds. Investigators later learned he was likely murdered just outside the city limits.

Ralik Robinson, 22, Trevathann Myquan Shearin, 20, Shantron Avondre Person, 20, and Deluntae Jaequon Squire, 23, were all charged with murder, authorities said. (Halifax County Sheriff’s Office)

Police detectives called deputies from the sheriff’s office to assist in the investigation, which led to the arrests of the four occupants of the vehicle.

Ralik Robinson, 22; Trevathann Myquan Shearin, 20; Shantron Avondre Person, 20 – all of Roanoke Rapids – and Deluntae Jaequon Squire, 23, of Halifax, were all charged with murder, according to the sheriff's office.

The four men were booked into Halifax County Detention Center with a pending court date set for Jan. 20.
American News / Re: The U.S. Government is the Enemy
« Last post by Private on Yesterday at 22:31 »
Joe "race traitor" Biden's pandering has no bounds when a mentally ill thing like this is wanted for a cabinet position.

Biden Picks Rachel Levine As Assistant Health Secretary In Historic LGBTQ Moment

Levine is poised to become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

Will Weissert

WASHINGTON (AP) — President-elect Joe Biden has tapped Pennsylvania Health Secretary (((Rachel Levine))) to be his assistant secretary of health, leaving her poised to become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

A pediatrician and former Pennsylvania physician general, Levine was appointed to her current post by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf in 2017, making her one of the few transgender people serving in elected or appointed positions nationwide. She won past confirmation by the Republican-majority Pennsylvania Senate and has emerged as the public face of the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Dr. Rachel Levine will bring the steady leadership and essential expertise we need to get people through this pandemic — no matter their zip code, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability — and meet the public health needs of our country in this critical moment and beyond,” Biden said in a statement. “She is a historic and deeply qualified choice to help lead our administration’s health efforts.”

A graduate of Harvard and of Tulane Medical School, Levine is president of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. She’s written in the past on the opioid crisis, medical marijuana, adolescent medicine, eating disorders and LGBTQ medicine.

Dr. Rachel Levine is poised to become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. (Daniel Shanken / Reuters)

Biden and his transition team have already begun negotiating with members of Congress, promoting speedy passage of the president-elect’s $1.9 trillion plan to bring the coronavirus, which has killed nearly 400,000 people in the United States, under control. It seeks to enlist federal emergency personnel to run mass vaccination centers and provide 100 million immunization shots in his administration’s first 100 days while using government spending to stimulate the pandemic-hammered economy,

Biden also says that, in one of his first acts as president, he’ll ask Americans to wear masks for 100 days to slow the virus’ spread.

Levine joins Biden’s Health and Human Services secretary nominee Xavier Becerra, a Latino politician who rose from humble beginnings to serve in Congress and as California’s attorney general.

Businessman Jeff Zients is Biden’s coronavirus response coordinator, while Biden picked infectious-disease specialist Rochelle Walensky to run the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Vivek Murthy as surgeon general and Yale epidemiologist Marcella Nunez-Smith to head a working group to ensure fair and equitable distribution of vaccines and treatments.

The government’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, will also work closely with the Biden administration.
General Jabber / Re: Now Playing: Music and Videos
« Last post by Private on Yesterday at 18:12 »
Carry On Up the Khyber followed by Carry On Up the Jungle

Rank Stupidity!
American News / Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Last post by Private on Yesterday at 17:57 »
Look at how our enemies make a mockery of our border security.

Pink seesaws across US-Mexico border named Design of the Year 2020 | Design

A collection of bright pink seesaws that allowed people to interact over the US-Mexico border has won the prestigious Design of the Year award, with its creators saying they hoped the work encourages people to build bridges between communities.

The Teeter Totter Wall, which bridged across El Paso in Texas and Ciudad Juárez in Mexico during a 40-minute session, was described as not only feeling “symbolically important” but also highlighting “the possibility of things” by the judging panel.

The creators of the seesaws, Ronald Rael, a professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and Virginia San Fratello, an associate professor of design at San José State University, first came up with the idea a decade ago after the Secure Fence Act 2006, which started large-scale building on the border.

They said they hoped the design would help people reassess the effectiveness of borders and encourage dialogue rather than division. San Fratello said: “I think it’s become increasingly clear with the recent events in our country that we don’t need to build walls we need to build bridges.”

A mother and her baby play on a seesaw installed between the steel fence that divides Mexico from the United States in Ciudad de Juarez, Mexico in 2019. Photograph: Christian Chavez/AP

“Walls don’t stop people from entering our Capitol,” Rael added. “Walls don’t stop viruses from moving. We have to think about how we can be connected and be together without hurting each other.”

Videos of people interacting and playing across the border on the day-glo creations went viral in July 2019, with Rael saying they provided “a literal fulcrum” between the countries. The bright pink colouring was inspired by the femicide memorials in Ciudad Juarez, which pay homage to women murdered in the city.

The designers also took inspiration from political cartoonists and wanted to talk about the border issue in “a very frank way but using humour”.

The border wall has become a legacy issue for Donald Trump, however the designers point out that both George W Bush and Barack Obama built large stretches of barriers and deported thousands of people.

Rael said: “[Trump] ran on a platform of saying that he was going to build a wall as if some Saviour had finally arrived to build a wall but in fact two thirds of the wall had already been constructed.”

In one of his last trips as President, Donald Trump visited part of the border wall in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley with his administration boasting about having kept the president’s promise to build a “big, beautiful wall”.

According to the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) more than 450 miles of wall had been erected during Trump’s tenure, however much of the construction replaced barriers that were already in place. The CBP stated that there were only 80 miles of barrier in areas which had previously had none.

The winning design saw off competition from more than 70 nominees, which included a 3D rendering of the virus causing Covid-19, Lee Ha Jun’s set design from Parasite, the Oscar-winning South Korean film, and the union flag stab-proof vest worn by Stormzy at Glastonbury 2019.

Awards were also given to six category winners with prizes recognising innovation in product, architecture, digital, fashion, graphics and transport.

The product award went to the vegan Impossible Burger 2.0, which was described as being crucially “beefier” than its 2016 predecessor, while the 3D rendering of the Covid-19 virus by Alissa Eckert and Dan Higgins took the graphics prize.

The vegan leather, gender neutral Telfar bag, which was described as being “the accessory of the decade” by Dazed, won the fashion prize with judges saying it was redefining “what luxury means”. Social Design Collaborative’s portable school design won the architecture prize, with the easily assembled, sustainably made Indian structure impressing the judges.

The Chilean feminist group Colectivo LASTESIS won the digital category with its protest against the use of sexual violence in the recent uprisings in the South American country. The artist Camille Walala said the work had been replicated by replicated by feminists in India, Kenya and Mexico.

The People’s Choice award was given to the brick arches made by protesters in Hong Kong, which were used to slow down police vehicles during the protests in 2019.
American News / Re: Racism is Now a Public Health Issue
« Last post by Private on Yesterday at 17:53 »

West Springfield to declare racism public health crisis

by: Sydney Snow
Posted: Jan 18, 2021

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The town of West Springfield is joining the fight against racism.

Mayor Will Reichelt plans to deem racism a public health crisis. The executive order will be introduced at Tuesday’s town council meeting and will need support from the council, the school committee, and the board of health.

If passed, all town departments will be urged to focus on racial equality.

There will also be a town-wide working group that will hold regular meetings, discussions, and outreach.

Mayor Reichelt told 22News, “It’s certainty a first step. It’s us a community making a commitment to tackle this issue and find a resolution for it. I mean there’s a lot of stuff out there you can read about we know there’s no easy resolution it’s not something that’s going to get fixed like that but this is a first step to establish a working group and taking the next step of addressing it as a community.”

The West Springfield schools have had a committee on racial equity for a year now. It was started in response to the nationwide protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

Mayor Rechielt added he hopes to see that work done in the schools be pushed into the entire community.
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