“sog” on the base crack nigger mentality that’s the ruin of righteous Christian America today

“sog” on the base crack nigger mentality that’s the ruin of righteous Christian America today

 “sog” on the base crack nigger mentality that’s the ruin of righteous Christian America today

Dumb-ass niggers suit the Jews’ agenda, by stirring up racial hatred among niggers for the decent White Christian Americans who tried in vain to bring them out of their hopelessly depraved, jungle, monkey fornicating, generally useless, pagan mud hut African society mentality

Check out this recent spell-checked rant by “sog” on incogman.net …

The only thing oppressin’ the black man in the world is the black man himself… blacks kill all kind of other blacks … They get all trained and geared up for massacre and slaughter in the ghettos that are a mess because blacks make them that way … It says a lot when other niggers are trying to escape from their own cretinous breed, by fleeing from the Africanized, violent American cities …

 “sog” on the base crack nigger mentality that’s the ruin of righteous Christian America today

These niggers are all possibly crack babies … the crack CIA jew matrix was an epidemic in 80’s and 90’s; and now we have dangerous grown up crack babies … They wondered about how these chirrenz would develop … Born a nigger is a triple strike already against the white man and now we have monsters with no conscience and filled with Marxist nigger communist propaganda against Whites … Of course all these niggers enjoy the fruits of White labor and free shit … for life … 200 black only colleges free sail fonz ‘n sheeeeeeeeeeiyt…

 “sog” on the base crack nigger mentality that’s the ruin of righteous Christian America today

Many of the housing projects built to try to bring the nigger into civilization had to be demolished because the niggers wrecked the shit in a few years and these new jack cities became war zones like Somalia or Haiti or Africa at large … The realistic laws that put a buffer between whites and blacks was because of their behavior, NOT OURS, and not because they are black but because they are savages and they actively prove it every day in America … You can’t put blacks together anywhere, without them killing each other; and they have been doing this shit for thousands of years… etc …Niggers are crazy and homicidal … It only takes one “dis” toward them or an imaginary slight and the lead starts flying; but now they consider Whites fair game for the sake of fun …

When a nigger strikes it is an abortion gone wrong … The nigger should’ve never been born … His whore of a mother is a community jizz receptacle and is why 70% of niggers don’t know who day daddy be ‘n shid… etc … Niggers strike with impunity in the ghettos and kill other niggers and get away with it; so they expect get outta jail free cards and free jew lawyers to get them plea deals, when they are caught nigger handed … They just don’t feel that they have to answer for their bestiality against whites … looks alot like South Africa and Europe, only we still have guns … Maybe it’s time to put them to the use they were intended for … Just sayin’ … More and more whites are being cut down by murderous niggers … American colleges are under apesault by the inner city apes as well … Crime on campus is increasing … When a nigger attacks a jew then it’s different …
sick of this computer, have to stop …

 “sog” on the base crack nigger mentality that’s the ruin of righteous Christian America today

“Crack baby” nigger Marcus Jones callously killed 80 year-old Brevard County woman Faye Jones, by blunt force trauma to the head; and then laughed in court in the present of the judge who sentenced him for leaving her to die in a pool of blood

 “sog” on the base crack nigger mentality that’s the ruin of righteous Christian America today

One less crack baby to grow up to rape and shoot decent Whites in America today

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President Obama seen curtailing support for Israel after midterm elections

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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama was said to be preparing to end diplomatic support for Israel by 2015, according to a leading U.S. journalist.

The journalist, who enjoys close ties to the White House, said the United States would reduce cooperation and relations with Israel after midterm elections for Congress in November 2014.

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Goldberg wrote that ‘relations between Israel and the United States were moving toward a “full-blown crisis.’ / Atlantic

Writing for Atlantic magazine, the journalist, Jeffrey Goldberg, said Obama was expected to end U.S. support for Israel at the United Nations.

The Atlantic report was published amid daily criticism of Israel by the State Department. The State Department, which warned of an international backlash, has condemned Israeli reports that Netanyahu could approve the construction of 1,000 housing units in Jerusalem.

“Israel’s leaders have said they would support a pathway to a two-state solution, but moving forward with this type of action would be incompatible with the pursuit of peace, and that is certainly a message that we are conveying directly,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on Oct. 27.

“The relationship between these two administrations — dual guarantors of the putatively ‘unbreakable’ bond between the U.S. and Israel — is now the worst it’s ever been, and it stands to get significantly worse after the November midterm elections,” Goldberg wrote.

In the Oct. 28 report,  Goldberg said relations between Israel and the United States were moving toward a “full-blown crisis.” Goldberg cited feuds between the two countries over a Palestinian state and a nuclear deal with Iran.

Goldberg, a former Israeli journalist, has been used to report personal attacks by Obama and senior aides on the Israeli leadership. Earlier, Goldberg wrote that Obama has ended expectations of a better relationship with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the main target of abuse by the White House.

The next confrontation between Israel and the United States was expected to be over a Western nuclear agreement with Iran. The White House has indicated that such an accord could be reached after the congressional elections.

“By next year, the Obama administration may actually withdraw diplomatic cover for Israel at the United Nations, but even before that, both sides are expecting a showdown over Iran, should an agreement be reached about the future of its nuclear program,” Goldberg wrote in an analysis titled “The Crisis in U.S.-Israel Relations Is Officially Here.”

On Oct. 29, the Wall Street Journal, quoting U.S. officials, said Washington was working with Iran on a range of regional issues. The newspaper said the cooperation also led to a softening of the U.S. stance toward Iran’s proxies, including Hamas and Hizbullah.

“The shift could drastically alter the balance of power in the region, and risks alienating key U.S. allies such as Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates who are central to the coalition fighting Islamic State,” the Wall Street Journal said.

Over the last three months, the administration has intensified criticism of the Netanyahu government while insisting that defense relations were strong. In August 2014, the White House suspended weapons deliveries to Israel amid its war with Hamas.

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Lockheed Martin launches production F-35A jet fighters at reduced costs

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WASHINGTON — Lockheed Martin has begun producing the fifth generation Joint Strike Fighter for several nations, including Britain, Israel, Italy, Japan and Norway.

The Defense Department has reached agreement with L-M to launch low-rate initial production of the F-35A. Under the deal, L-M would begin assembly of 43 Lightning-2 aircraft.

F 35A 300x195 Lockheed Martin launches production F 35A jet fighters at reduced costs“Today’s agreement is representative of the program’s ongoing maturation,” F-35 Program executive officer, Lt. Gen. Chris Bogdan said on Oct. 27. “Once production of LRIP 8 aircraft is completed, more than 200 F-35s will be in operation by eight nations.”

On Oct. 28, the Israeli media said the Jewish state reached an agreement to procure another 20 F-35s. Media reports said the $2.75 billion deal called for delivery to begin in 2019.

Officials said the agreement would produce the first two F-35As for the Israel Air Force, which ordered 19 such platforms. They said JSF deliveries of the low-rate initial production lot 8 would begin in 2016.

At this point, the cost of the fifth-generation aircraft has not been released. L-M said the average unit price of the F-35 air frame would be 3.6 percent lower than in the previous contract.

“Working together with our suppliers, we are making steady progress in reducing F-35 costs,” L-M F-35 program general manager Lorraine Martin said.

Executives said the contract for the latest production lot would be completed over the next few weeks. They said the contract also stipulated manufacturing-support equipment as well as ancillary mission equipment.

In 2014, L-M, under Pentagon pressure, launched a program to reduce the price of JSF to that of the F-16 multi-role fighter, which costs up to $100 million. Executives said L-M was working with such key subcontractors as BAE Systems and Northrop Grumman to reduce JSF production costs, at one point said to have reached $150 million per unit.

“Cost savings from this initiative will begin in LRIP 9,” L-M said.

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Qatar emerging as top client for U.S. advanced military platforms despite radical ties

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WASHINGTON — Qatar became the leading U.S. defense client in 2014.

Significantly, among the Gulf Arab states, Qatar has the closest ties with Iran, Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Qatar ordered 10 PAC-3 ballistic missile defense batteries

Officials said Qatar ordered a third of U.S. arms sales during fiscal 2014, which ended on Oct. 1. They said Doha submitted $11 billion in orders, which contributed to a total of $34.2 billion in U.S. arms exports from October 2013 to Sept. 30 2014.

“In a relationship context, every single sale is important to us,” Defense Security Cooperation Agency director Joseph Rixey said.

In July 2014, Qatar ordered 10 PAC-3 ballistic missile defense batteries, 24 AH-64 Apache attack helicopters and 500 Javelin anti-tank guided missiles.

Under the U.S. Foreign Military Sales program, the Gulf Cooperation Council emirate was joined by the United Arab Emirates, which submitted a $2.5 billion order for 4,500 mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles and a $2 billion contract for the modernization of Saudi Arabia’s airborne warning and control aircraft fleet.

“In the broader foreign policy realm, FMS often serves as the basis for long-term relationships between partner countries and the United States,” Rixey said.

DSCA said arms exports for fiscal 2014 marked an increase from the previous year, when sales reached $30 billion. Arms exports peaked in 2012 at $69.1 billion, based on a $29 billion order by Saudi Arabia for the F-15 fighter-jet.

Officials said the Middle East would continue to mark a major U.S. defense market over the next year. They cited expected orders by Iraq amid its drive to stop Islamic State of Iraq and Levant.

“FMS agreements result in more-capable partners who are able to take on missions that might otherwise fall to U.S. forces,” Rixey said on Oct. 27.

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Xi’s steamrolling agenda for first time encounters turbulence at major party meeting

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By Willy Lam, East-Asia-Intel.com

The much-awaited Fourth Plenary Session of the Central Committee closed in Beijing on Oct. 23 with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership vowing to “improve the socialist system of laws with Chinese characteristics.�

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President Xi Jinping at the Fourth Plenary Session of the Central Committee in Beijing earlier this week.

However, what caught the attention of political observers in Beijing is that General Secretary and President Xi Jinping has met with several setbacks in bolstering his hold on power.

Firstly, investigations into the corruption case of former Politburo Standing Committee (PBSC) Zhou Yongkang have encountered obstacles mainly from party elders who are opposed to Xi breaking the long-standing taboo that PBSC members are exempt from criminal prosecution. …

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Turkey exercises gear up for possible action in Syria

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ANKARA — Turkey has been exercising to conduct military operations in Syria.

On Oct. 21, the Turkish Air Force conducted an exercise meant to monitor northern Syria, particularly the Tomb of Suleiman Sah some 40 kilometers from the Turkish border.

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Turkish fighter jets took part in the exercises attended by Gen. Akun Ozturk. / HurriyetDailyNews.com

The exercise, which also sought to bolster border security, was attended by air force commander Gen. Akun Ozturk.

“Gen. Ozturk flew over with pilots deployed at the Diyarbakir 181st Squadron command and inspected a military exercise meant to protect the Suleiman Sah military post and for the task of the air force in supporting military posts,” the air force said on Oct. 27.

The exercise was said to have been conducted by the air force and army along Turkey’s 900-kilometer border with Syria. The air force statement said Ozturk also inspected border posts along the Turkish border with Iraq.

Turkey’s intelligence community has also been authorized to monitor the borders, particularly Kurdish fighters to and from Syria.

The Turkish Air Force has already launched operations in Iraq against the Kurdistan Workers Party. The General Staff said four U.S.-origin F-4E surveillance aircraft flew over northern Iraq.

For decades, Turkey’s military, which deploys 40 soldiers at the site, has controlled Suleiman Sah. President Recep Erdogan, in a claim rejected by the opposition, said the tomb has come under threat by Islamic State of Iraq and Levant.

“The Turkish Armed Forces will not hesitate to rush to your aid without delay,” Erdogan said.

In October 2014, parliament authorized the Turkish military to deploy in foreign countries. The military was also allowed to operate in neighboring Iraq and Syria.

“The army was ready to stand by the tomb if required,” the air force said.

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Factbox: Midterm elections’ impact on U.S. energy, environment agenda

By Valerie Volcovici

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The 2014 U.S. mid-term elections could shake up Congress in the midst of two major transformations in energy and environmental policy.

A boom in the production of shale oil and gas has turned the United States into an energy superpower, putting the country on course to overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s biggest oil producer.

Meanwhile, the Obama administration has moved ahead with its Climate Action Plan, a strategy to use regulations to address global warming without action from Congress.

Current polling suggests Republicans will take control of the Senate and hold onto the House. If so, experts expect to see a focus on the following key energy and environmental issues:

EPA CARBON REGULATIONS: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, locked in a tight re-election race, has repeatedly said he would rein in Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency as it finalizes a proposal to regulate pollution from coal-fired power plants. Obama would likely veto any bills that seek to dismantle the EPA’s program. If Republicans take control of the Senate, McConnell has said he may use high-pressure tactics to challenge Obama, such as attaching riders to rein in the EPA via must-pass spending bills that only require a simple majority to pass.

As McConnell mulls using riders to challenge the EPA, Republican Senator James Inhofe, a climate change skeptic, is poised to lead the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and use the gavel to try to weaken, scrutinize and agitate the EPA and its climate change and environmental protection agenda.

KEYSTONE: The new Congress is likely to throw the controversial Keystone pipeline back into the spotlight. Republican lawmakers say they have enough votes to pass a bill to approve Keystone, and can advance it with a new Senate leader in place. The $10 billion project to connect Canadian oil sands with U.S. refineries still awaits approval by President Obama, who has said he would only do so if convinced the project will not exacerbate greenhouse gas emissions.

Some political observers think Republicans will be keen to push a Keystone bill with support from certain Democrats before they take more partisan steps on the EPA.

McConnell has also said he would consider using riders to must-pass legislation to force a Keystone vote, putting Obama in the position of choosing between vetoing important legislation or accepting a congressional measure.

OIL AND GAS EXPORTS: Whether or not Republicans win control of the Senate, the issue of exporting the country’s bounty of oil and natural gas will be a major focus in 2015.

Lawmakers may work first on a bill to streamline the Department of Energy’s process to approve exports of liquefied natural gas, which is likely to have bipartisan support.

If Republicans win the Senate, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski would become the chair of the Senate Energy Committee and is expected to advance the debate over whether to lift the four-decade old ban on exporting crude oil. Most lawmakers in the House have not taken strong positions on the subject but oil producers and refiners are expected to ramp up lobbying in the lower chamber.

If Democrats hold the Senate and Louisiana’s Mary Landrieu retains her seat and committee chairmanship, she is also expected to advance the debate. If she loses, Washington’s Maria Cantwell, as either committee chair or ranking member, would focus more on clean energy technology and biofuels.

(Reporting by Valerie Volcovici, editing by Ros Krasny and David Gregorio)

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With selfies and listicles, U.S. politicians go vote-hunting on social media

By Alina Selyukh

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – From viral videos to selfies, listicles and “throwback Thursday” photos, candidates in the Nov. 4 midterm elections are leaving no social media stone unturned.

Where a 2010 gubernatorial or congressional campaign could proudly claim an active presence on Twitter as something almost fashion-forward, in 2014 a multifaceted digital strategy is seen as a prerequisite, even if little research exists to show how much online politicking translates into votes.

Virtually all candidates are on Twitter and Facebook. Some have Instagram accounts brimming with snapshots from the trail. Most raise money by email and many buy online ads.

At a fraction of the cost of traditional direct mail, phone calls and television advertising, online campaigning is already becoming a crowded field.

So politicians and their backers try to stand out.

Before campaigning for the 2014 elections started in earnest, supporters of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell filmed a then-trendy “Harlem Shake” video. In it, a McConnell-masked man dances alone and then is suddenly surrounded by thrashing costumed volunteers, some dressed as President Abraham Lincoln, Rosie the Riveter and a Republican-symbol elephant.

College Republicans filmed a spoof of TV reality show “Say Yes to the Dress” in which a woman chooses a wedding dress and a Republican governor, despite her mother’s assertions that a less appealing dress, and a Democrat, are better.

Mark Pryor, an Arkansas Democrat fighting to keep his Senate seat, snapped a “selfie” with former President Bill Clinton.

Charlie Baker, Republican candidate for governor of Massachussets, posted a “throwback” photo of himself at a 1979 Aerosmith concert, contributing to the popular social networking meme of posting old photos on Thursdays.

Iowa’s Democratic Representative and Senate candidate Bruce Braley and Colorado’s Democratic Senator Mark Udall joined other lawmakers posing for Instagram photos of themselves to endorse the “NOH8″ (“no hate”) campaign in support of same-sex marriage.

Alaska Democrat Mark Begich and the conservative group Americans For Prosperity produced dueling listicles, online articles structured as illustrated lists, on Buzzfeed: “8 Times Mark Begich Gave the EPA The ‘Green’ Light” and “The Koch Brothers and Alaska.”

Iowa Republican Senate hopeful Joni Ernst took YouTube by storm with perhaps the most memorable video of the cycle, an ad where she announces she “grew up castrating hogs on an Iowa farm” and would apply pork-cutting to Washington’s spending to “make ‘em squeal.”

Will Ritter, co-founder of Republican political ad firm Poolhouse Digital, said what stood out to him in this cycle was that web videos ceased being just a side-show for TV ads.

“Instead of fighting for the hour and a half or two hours that (people) have at home to watch TV, why not pay attention to the time spent at work surfing the web or during the lunch break?” said Ritter.

One academic study found that 340,000 extra votes in the 2010 midterm elections were generated by a Facebook feature that reminded people to vote on Election Day and showed users photos of their friends who said they already voted. Facebook will bring back the feature this year in more than 10 languages.

But it remains unclear to what extent politicians’ own social media antics translate into votes on Election Day.

“It’s not an exact science,” said Ritter.

(Reporting by Alina Selyukh; Editing by John Whitesides and Frances Kerry)

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Ridesharing company Uber gains ground in Las Vegas courtroom

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – The ridesharing company Uber gained ground in Las Vegas Wednesday when a District Court judge ruled against a restraining order that would have temporarily prohibited it from operating in Clark County, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.

Taxi drivers around the world have urged lawmakers to regulate or ban such services, which allow users to use apps on their smartphones to hire a private driver, rather than calling a taxi company.

The office of Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto had asked a judge to prohibit the service in Clark County, where Las Vegas is located, as judges in other parts of the state have already done, the newspaper said.

But District Judge Douglas Herndon refused to grant the order, the newspaper reported.

Herndon said the Attorney General’s office did not provide adequate evidence that Uber’s presence in Nevada will cause any lasting damage, and that he supported competition between Uber and Las Vegas taxi companies, the newspaper reported.

In its push to operate legally in Vegas, Uber launched an online petition to encourage Governor Brian Sandoval and Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto to stand against the “Big Taxi Cartel,” and is promoting the #NVneedsUber hashtag on Twitter.

The state’s battle to shut down the service is far from over, however. Herndon will hear arguments for and against a preliminary injunction sought by the Attorney General’s Office on Nov. 14, the newspaper said.

Companies such as Lyft, Sidecar and UberX, which is a part of black-car service Uber, allow passengers to summon paid rides using apps on their smartphones and have gained in popularity in dozens of U.S. cities over the past few years.

But they face opposition from taxi companies that argue the upstarts do not face the same stringent regulations as do traditional cabs, and insurance companies want ridesharing drivers to carry more expensive insurance policies.

Last month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a law requiring the companies to carry insurance.

(Reporting by Alexia Schurmur in Las Vegas; Editing by Sharon Bernstein and Robert Birsel)

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Naver third quarter profit up 88 percent as chat app Line lifts overseas sales

By Joyce Lee

SEOUL (Reuters) – Naver Corp <035420.KS>, South Korea’s top internet portal operator, reported an annual 88 percent rise in operating profit for July-September, mostly in line with expectations as Japan-based chat app subsidiary Line Corp continued to fuel growth.

Line reported net sales of 208.5 billion won ($198.0 million), up 57.1 percent from a year earlier, buoyed by brisk sales of games and “stickers,” or special emoticons.

For July-September, Naver reported an operating profit of 189 billion won, compared with a mean estimate of 201 billion won, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

Naver said in a statement that overseas sales, including that of Line, bolstered revenue growth with some 33 percent of third-quarter sales coming from abroad.

Naver took some investors by surprise late September when it announced that Line will not complete an initial public offering this year. The messaging app operator is considering whether to list in Japan, the United States or in both countries via a dual listing.

A senior Naver executive told Reuters that the firm decided to hold off on a Line IPO on the belief that the Japanese company can command better valuation by further building its revenue and profit. [ID:nL3N0RO2K2]

Earlier this month, Line said its messaging app bearing the same name currently has 560 million users globally. The service’s monthly active users – considered to be a more important metric by analysts – was 170 million, however, falling short of expectations.

(Additional repoting by Kahyun Yang; Writing by Se Young Lee; Editing by Michael Perry, Miral Fahmy and Anand Basu)

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