Angry whack job Leftists attack the WRONG food cart in Portland in epic revenge mistake

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President Donald Trump and his legions of supporters are constantly compared to authoritarians and Nazis, but the reality is it’s Left-wing Americans who behave like intolerant, bigoted, Brown Shirts who resort to violence as a way to censor, shut down, punish, or ban anyone with whom they disagree.

The most recent example comes from far-Left Portland, Ore., where the liberalism has reached a level of anger and stupidity that it has completely closed minds and stamped out reasonableness and judgment.

As reported by Willamette Week, Islam El Masry, owner of the Small Pharoah’s halal food cart, was arrested on misdemeanor assault charges in recent days, after throwing a bottle of Gatorade at a black female customer then allegedly spraying her with Sriracha. 

The alleged victim, Carlotta Washington, took a video of the incident which was subsequently provided to the local news outlet by an eyewitness. The video shows El Masry arguing with Washington, who told police he called her the n-word after she tried to pay for her meal with quarters. 

In the video, El Masry can be seen and heard telling Washington to “get the f**k away” from his cart before hurling the beverage bottle at her, which caused her to drop her phone.

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After that, Washington said that El Masry sprayed her with the hot sauce, but that’s not on the video. “It was in my eyes and all on my skin. It was burning terribly,” she said. Eyewitness Rachel Good, who gave the video to Willamette Weekly, said she saw Washington right after the incident and she had Sriracha on her shirt, face, and shoulders.

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Witnesses to the incident can be heard shouting at El Masry, “That’s wrong!” — as she implores someone to call the police.

After he was booked by police and released, El Masry admitted to using a racial slur against Washington and that he threw Sriracha on her in a pair of rambling videos. 

He blamed fasting during Ramadan for his behavior — and the media, which he claims blew everything out of proportion. And he says he wants to return to his native Egypt soon because he’s not making any money in America.

That said, Washington tearfully recalled the indecent in an interview with The Oregonian, but added that she has forgiven El Masry and hopes that he doesn’t lose his business over the ordeal. And she added this: “I don’t want anybody doing anything to this man at all.”

So, police called; arrest made; restitution will be forthcoming; alleged victim forgives. In normal times throughout our history that would have been the end of it.

Not these days, however. Not when perpetually angry authoritarian Leftists get involved. (Related: Oregon now seizing bank accounts of Christians who refuse to abandon their religious beliefs.)

In a separate report, Willamette Weekly noted that the owner of a different food cart — the Elmasry Egyptian Food Cart — has said that he and his wife have been harassed by angry protests and other stupidity since the incident involving Washington.

The news site noted:

Gharib Muhammad, the operator of Elmasry Egyptian Food Cart, says he’s bared the brunt of angry protests since last week’s report that the proprietor of the Small Pharoah’s cart called a black woman the n-word and attacked her with a Gatorade bottle and chili sauce after she tried to pay for a meal with mostly quarters.

White guilt runs deep in “Whitelandia,” as Portland has been called. So any perceived racial slight must be angrily denounced and physically cleansed. And what the heck, all Egyptians look the same in Whitelandia, right?

For his part, Muhammad noted that he loves his customers and likes to “go extra” for them. Even when they’re angry liberals mistaking him for a different North African male food cart vendor. 

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What Could Go Wrong? U.S. Army Planning to Deploy Autonomous Killer Robots on Battlefield by 2028


Washington, D.C. – United States Army Secretary Mark Esper recently revealed that the military has a strategic vision of utilizing autonomous and semi-autonomous unmanned vehicles on the battlefield by 2028.

“I think robotics has the potential of fundamentally changing the character of warfare. And I think whoever gets there first will have a unique advantage on the modern battlefield,” Esper said during a Brookings Institute event.

“My ambition is by 2028, to begin fielding autonomous and certainly semi-autonomous vehicles that can fight on the battlefield,” he added. “Fight, sustain us, provide those things we need and we’ll continue to evolve from there.”

In a preview of the U.S. Army’s strategic vision, released on June 6, Esper said the integration of these forces would become a critical strategic component, quoting from the document:

“The Army of 2028 will be able to deploy, fight, and win decisively against any adversary, anytime, and anywhere … through the employment of modern manned and unmanned ground combat systems aircraft, sustainment systems and weapons.”

When Esper was reportedly asked about concerns regarding autonomous robots being a threat to humanity, he replied in jest, “Well, we’re not doing a T-3000 yet,” referencing the Terminator movie series about self-aware AI threatening the existence of humanity.

Of course, while he jokes about the threat of autonomous killer robots, polymath inventor Elon Musk clearly takes the potential of such a threat much more seriously, as evidenced by his comments at the South by Southwest (SXSW) conference and festival on March 11, in which he said that “AI is far more dangerous than nukes.”

“I’m very close to the cutting edge in AI and it scares the hell out of me,” Musk told the SXSW crowd. “Narrow AI is not a species-level risk. It will result in dislocation… lost jobs… better weaponry and that sort of thing. It is not a fundamental, species-level risk, but digital super-intelligence is.”

I think the danger of AI is much bigger than the danger of nuclear warheads by a lot. Nobody would suggest we allow the world to just build nuclear warheads if they want, that would be insane. And mark my words: AI is far more dangerous than nukes,” Musk added.

As The Free Thought Project reported last month, the Pentagon reportedly plans to spend more than $1 billion over the next few years developing advanced robots for military applications that are expected to complement soldiers on the battlefield, and potentially even replace some of them.

While the development of this tech by the Army sounds like a movement toward better weaponry, and not a digital super-intelligence, as discussed by Musk—the creation of fully autonomous unmanned weapons systems clearly has implications given the potential future development of some type of “digital super-intelligence.”

Esper attempted to allay fears by noting that the Army’s unmanned vehicle program would be akin to the Air Force’s use of Predator drones and clarified that the idea would be to protect soldiers by removing them from direct combat. In turn, he said, this would enhance tactical ability and mobility, thus paving the way for cheaper tanks due to not having a crew inside in need of protection.

However, due to the complexity of the modern battlefield, a human element would remain part of the process.

“In my vision, at least, there will be a soldier in the loop. There needs to be. The battlefield is too complex as is,” Esper said.

The nuance in Esper’s statement seemingly leaves lots of ambiguity when he says, “In my vision, at least…” which by default likely implies other competing visions that almost certainly include the use of autonomous systems that don’t have a “solider in the loop.

During his SXSW commentary, Musk noted that rapid advancements in artificial intelligence are far outpacing regulation of the burgeoning technology, thus creating a dangerous paradigm. He explained that while he is usually against governmental regulation and oversight, the potentially catastrophic implications for humanity create a need for regulation.

“I’m not normally an advocate of regulation and oversight,” Musk said. “There needs to be a public body that has insight and oversight to confirm that everyone is developing AI safely.”

While some experts in the field have attempted to dismiss the threat posed to humanity by the development of AI, Musk said these “experts” are victims of their own delusions of intellectual superiority over machines, calling their thought process “fundamentally flawed.”

“The biggest issue I have with AI experts… is that they think they’re smarter than they are. This tends to plague smart people,” Musk said. “They’re defining themselves by their intelligence… and they don’t like the idea that a machine could be smarter than them, so they discount the idea. And that’s fundamentally flawed.”

The billionaire inventor pointed to Google’s AlphaGo, an AI-powered software that can play the ancient Chinese board game Go as evidence of exponential learning capacity of machines. Although it was reputedly the world’s most demanding strategy game, in early 2017, the AlphaGo AI clinched a decisive victory over the top Go player in the world.

While current semi-autonomous systems keep humans marginally in the loop, the advent of fully autonomous systems that operate without any human input creates serious ethical implications in terms of the morality of using killer robots to slaughter human combatants on the battlefield.

Although Esper’s stated preference for keeping soldiers in the loop is noble, the larger U.S. war machine will undoubtedly find some type of efficiency in eliminating the human component altogether to make killing on the battlefield even more “efficient.”

We are clearly on an extremely slippery slope when it comes to killer robots and AI. Intellectual giants like Elon Musk and Steven Hawking have continually attempted to sound the civilizational alarm regarding the extreme dangers inherent to AI.

As an article in the Guardian on Monday pointed out, killer robots are only a threat if we are stupid enough to create them. Now, the only question is: Will anyone heed all these warnings?

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DASH digital cash takes the control the banking elite has over money and gives it back to the people. It is the ultimate weapon in the battle against the money changers and information controllers.

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‘If we are strategic partners the US should not legally wrong us here’: Erdogan tells US over plans to block F-35 sales

Israeli F-35 Lightning II fighter jets


President Erdogan warned NATO ally the US that it should behave more like a strategic partner rather than place legal hurdles for Turkish arms deals. The remark was in response to US plans to block F-35 sales to Ankara.

“We say that the US is our strategic partner. As our strategic partner, the US should not say we should knock on another door,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday. Speaking to Turkish Star TV, Erdogan was referring to a bill recently introduced in the US Senate with the aim of halting the shipment of F-35 stealth fighter jets to Ankara. “If we are strategic partners, if we are model partners, the US should not legally wrong us here,” he said.

Turkey has ordered 100 American jets, and the first two units are to be deployed by 2019. The military spending bill, which is yet to be put up for a vote, is being pushed by senators from both the Republican and Democratic parties. It says that Ankara will not receive the promised aircraft and their maintenance depot if it “degrades NATO interoperability” and “exposes NATO assets to hostile actors.” The senators also do not want Turkey to get the planes if it tries to buy weapons from nations under US sanctions. Lawmakers also cited the detention of US citizens by Ankara and potential threats to Greece, another NATO ally, as reasons to stop selling fighter jets to Turkey.

The bill was introduced in the wake of Turkey’s plans to buy S-400 surface-to-air missile batteries from Russia. The deal was signed between Ankara and Moscow last December. The batteries were supposed to be shipped in 2020, but the date was moved forward to the summer of 2019, a senior Turkish government official confirmed in April.

The US State Department warned Turkey that it “should be mindful of the risks in making strategic concessions to Moscow,” and that the deal with Russia may “potentially” lead the US to impose sanctions on its ally.

The Turkish government denounced the bill as a breach of the “spirit of the alliance” between the two countries, warning that if the US warplanes are not delivered as promised, Ankara will explore other options elsewhere.

The row over the arms deal is the latest strain in US-Turkish relations, which have been deteriorating for several years. Ankara has heavily criticized the US for failing to hand over exiled Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen, who the government blames for masterminding a coup attempt in 2016. The two nations have also clashed over Turkish military operations against Kurdish forces in Syria.

The US has put similar pressure on other countries seeking to acquire state-of-the-art Russian missile systems. Among them is India, which, like Turkey, concluded talks to buy the S-400, with a contract expected to be signed this year. On Tuesday, Chairman of the House Armed Service Committee William Thornberry told Indian media that the upcoming deal will “limit the degree in which the United States will feel comfortable” shipping arms into the country. India plans on sticking to the deal with Russia, the Hindustan Times reported on Friday, citing sources in the defense ministry. The Indian press says this move puts at risk a prior deal with the US on shipping American-made Predator drones.

Another potential buyer of S-400 missile systems, Qatar, reportedly received a harsh warning from its neighbor Saudi Arabia, who enjoys close ties with the US. According to French Le Monde, the Saudi king wrote a letter to the French president saying that the purchase of Russian-made missile systems by Qatar will jeopardize Saudi “national security,”and even threatened “military action” against Qatar if the deal takes place.

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These Clever, Satirical Images Describe Everything Wrong With The World

By Mike Sygula,

Gunduz Aghayev is a brilliant cartoonist from Azerbaijan who is not afraid to raise awareness about some of the biggest issues in the world. His artwork depicts modern problems like social media addiction or mindless consumption of trashy television. His interests are very broad and he can spot the underlying problems in many different areas of society. Things like religious indoctrination from a very early age. He also puts a strong emphasis on political art and conflicts around the world.

In 1998-2002 he studied in Azerbaijan State Painters’ Academy. His first exhibition was held in 2004. The second exhibition of his works was held in Baku Muesum Center. His exhibitions were held outside of the country, as well. He took part in exhibitions held in Russia (2008), Turkey (2011) as well as “Friendship” exhibition held by the French embassy in 2002 and international artistry exhibition held in Turkmenistan in 2013. Also, he participated in the “Art for democracy” project. As a protest against injustice in his country he turned to cartoon genre and faced strong pressure; he was sacked of all projects. After constant pressure, in 2014 he left Azerbaijan.



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How the press is getting it wrong about the Democratic primaries

If you’re a political junkie — the kind who, say, subscribes to Politico’s breathless Playbook email blast — you may have been slightly confused when you read the side-by-side summaries of the latest midterm primary results highlighted in Wednesday morning’s digest:

WAPO’S MICHAEL SCHERER and DAVE WEIGEL: “Democratic voters reject tradition, choosing outsiders in their quest to regain power

 [POLITICO’s] STEVE SHEPARD: “Top takeaways from Tuesday’s historic primary night“: “It was a pretty good night for the Democratic establishment”

At first glance these two headlines would seem to contradict each other. By definition, “outsiders” are not members of “the establishment,” so when one group performs well, you would assume the other performed poorly.

And that’s certainly how the coverage of this year’s Democratic primary season has largely been framed. In the first election cycle to take place in the down-is-up-and-up-is-down world where Donald Trump is president of the United States, every congressional and state legislative race is being analyzed for insight into the direction of the Democratic Party after Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Every result is another data point; every morning after, another opportunity to cram that data point into some all-encompassing narrative. The establishment is winning! The outsiders are taking over! Democrats are veering left! Moderates are making a comeback! And so on.

The press isn’t really to blame for these simplistic, zero-sum story lines, even though it’s perpetuating them. Our relentless media machine runs on so-called takes: the quicker and clearer the better.

But the reality about what’s happening in these Democratic primaries is more complicated, as reality often is. Turns out it’s neatly reflected in Tuesday’s results — and the dueling headlines that allegedly captured them.

That’s because the most interesting thing about the latest Democratic developments is that outsider and establishment forces are both notching victories. In fact, it isn’t always clear who’s who. And this says a lot about the future of the party.

Take Tuesday’s marquee primary: the battle of the “Two Staceys,” Abrams and Evans, for Georgia’s Democratic gubernatorial nomination.

National reporters had largely framed the race as competition between a black candidate (Abrams) and a white candidate (Evans) with differing views of how to win statewide in November.

Abrams, the thinking went, would boost turnout among minority voters who comprise a growing share of the Georgia electorate but who tend not to show up in midterms. Evans would pursue the more traditional path for Southern Democrats, appealing to white workers and suburbanites souring on the controversial Republican president. Thus, when Abrams trounced Evans Tuesday night, the press tended to portray her as an outsider who had overcome the establishment.

It’s true that Abrams’s achievement could portend a historic result this fall: If she defeats Republican Casey Cagle, she will become the first female African-American governor in U.S. history. Winning as a black woman is harder than winning as a white woman (or man). But look a little closer and the whole outsider vs. establishment narrative begins to blur, as does the near synonymous “liberal vs. moderate” dichotomy.

For instance, Evans and Abrams were virtually indistinguishable on the issues, and while Evans boasted endorsements from former Democratic Gov. Barnes and former Democratic Sen. Max Cleland, Abrams had establishment supporters as well: three of Georgia’s four Democratic members of Congress, a bevy of state legislators, U.S. Sens. Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand and Chris Coons — and Hillary Clinton. (No current U.S. senators and only one congressman chose to back Evans.) Abrams was also the former minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives — and the frontrunner for pretty much the entire race. To claim her as an outsider would be an exaggeration, to say the least.

Tuesday’s other most-watched primary was a similar story. Located in the Houston suburbs, the Seventh Congressional District made waves earlier this year when the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee intervened on behalf of primary candidate Lizzie Fletcher, releasing an opposition-research memo attacking her main opponent, the progressive activist and writer Laura Moser. The backlash among grassroots liberals was enough to propel Moser into Tuesday’s runoff — but it wasn’t enough to power the self-branded insurgent to victory. According to the final tally, Fletcher wound up with twice as many votes as her rival.

On paper this looks like a clean victory for the so-called establishment — Moser was fond of brash “resistance” rhetoric, while Fletcher favors reaching out to disaffected Republicans and independents — and that’s certainly how the coverage is casting it. But again, reality isn’t quite so clear-cut. Like Moser, and like many of the rest of this year’s resistance candidates, Fletcher is a first-time female politician who was inspired to run in response to Trump’s election. After meddling in February, the DCCC backed off, and it never added Fletcher to its Red to Blue endorsement program; it never attacked Moser again either. On balance, the establishment probably made Fletcher’s life harder, not easier, by nationalizing the race and driving activists toward Moser. In a different context, Fletcher might have been the outsider herself.

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Elsewhere in Texas on Tuesday, the distinctions between outsider and establishment were just as hazy. Congressional primary winners included an openly lesbian Filipina Air Force intelligence officer (Gina Ortiz Jones) and a black civil rights attorney who once played in the NFL (Colin Allred). Both seem on the face of it like outsiders, but both were backed by the DCCC. In Kentucky, the former fighter pilot and rookie political candidate Amy McGrath defied conventional wisdom by upsetting Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, who was recruited by national Democrats, while state Rep. Clarke Tucker — another DCCC Red to Blue congressional pick — clobbered several candidates to his left in Arkansas’s only contested Democratic primary.

So what conclusions should political junkies draw from Tuesday’s results, if not the reductive ones preferred by the press? Perhaps something a little less polarized and a little more accepting of outcomes that don’t fit into one box or the other. Yes, there are more outsiders running, and winning, this year; the rise of rookie resistance candidates is one of the biggest stories of the cycle. And yes, Democrats as a whole are moving to the left; that much was clear as soon as Hillary Clinton started co-opting Bernie Sanders’s positions in 2016.

The thing is that the establishment recognizes these realities, and it is responding in kind. That’s why it didn’t go to the mat against Moser, or for Gray; that’s why the white gubernatorial candidate in Georgia got less support from national Dems than her black rival, and why the DCCC immediately released a memo showing that McGrath would be a strong general-election contender.

Politics is always going to be local, to some extent. And good candidates who understand their constituents are always going to outperform their less talented, less tuned-in rivals. What those constituents want might be shifting. What those good candidates look and sound like might be evolving too. But the establishment is adjusting in response. For Democrats, the story of Tuesday’s primaries — and this year’s primaries as whole — isn’t that outsiders and insiders are pulling the party apart. The story is that, slowly but surely, they’re starting to move in the same direction.


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SWAT Team Raids WRONG House, Nearly Kills Dad, Injures 6yo Boy With Flash Grenade

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Chattanooga, TN – Young children were traumatized and injured by flash-bang grenades, an innocent father was terrorized and arrested by police, and their home was damaged, after a SWAT team carried out an early morning no-knock raid on the wrong house.

The ordeal began at 5:50 a.m. on Tuesday when the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office teamed up with federal agents to conduct a raid on a house where they claimed a suspect in a murder case was staying. However, they actually terrorized an innocent family in a careless raid that should never have happened.

Spencer Renck shared the story in a Facebook status, noting that he had just gotten out of bed and was preparing to get ready for work when he heard loud noises and immediately thought his home was being burglarized.

I heard loud banging noises upstairs so I grab my gun and try to run upstairs to protect my family from whatever was happening. I thought someone had broken in,” Renck said. “But no it was the Bradley County and Hamilton County SWAT team RAIDING my house.”

The homeowner said the officers launched flash-bang grenades throughout his house, including into a bedroom where his 6-year-old son was sleeping. He said the grenade “blinded and deafened” his son, who was one of four young children in the home with Renck and his wife.

“I had my gun drawn and they opened [the] basement door with several SWAT team members pointing their MP5’s and AR’s at me so first thing I think is to run so I don’t get shot since I’m holding a gun,” Renck said. “They flash-banged me downstairs then threw me to the ground and proceeded to hold me down with someone’s foot and aggressively cuff me and I told them I had a gun in my pocket loaded and he rolled me over and yanked it out and said ‘Of course you do because you are wanted for murder, you piece of shit’ then I proceeded to tell them they got the wrong person and they kept telling me to ‘shut the fuck up.’

After officers violently arrested Renck, they finally took the time to check his ID and realized that he was not the murder suspect they were looking for, and they were in the wrong home. According to a report from NewsChannel 9, Johnson City Police admitted in a press release that the search warrant was for 4030 Lynncrest Drive. The Renck family lives next door at 4040 Lynncrest Drive.

Renck said that even when the officers realized he was innocent and they were at the wrong house, they just rushed to the house next door to find the suspect they were actually targeting. When asked for a statement on the botched raid, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office ignored the egregious actions of its officers and focused on the fact that they eventually arrested Monte Lamar Brewer Jr, a suspect in the 2017 murder of a pregnant woman.

“Earlier this morning, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office assisted a federal agency with executing a federal search warrant which led to the arrest of a male who was wanted for murder in Washington County, Tennessee,” spokesman James Bradford said in a statement.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has announced that it is launching an investigation into the SWAT Team’s abhorrent actions, and the Drug Enforcement Agency released a statement responding to the botched raid:

“On May 22, 2018, agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Louisville Division Office and the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office served a federal search warrant at an address associated with an individual wanted for murder, who was also a target in an ongoing heroin investigation. This operation was part of a larger ongoing investigation. Unfortunately, this search warrant was initially served on the wrong residence. DEA leadership immediately responded to the scene and met with the family. Fortunately, there were no injuries and DEA will continue to work with the family to ensure their wellbeing. Situations such as these are tragic and DEA takes them very seriously. We intend to look into this matter further and take steps to ensure situations such as this never occur again.”

Unfortunately, the trend of SWAT teams terrorizing innocent families and damaging property in early morning no-knock raids that are carried out at the wrong addresses is not uncommon. In December 2017, a SWAT team in Chicago raided the wrong house and were reprimanded by the homeowner who demanded an apology, while recording the incident on Facebook Live.

“Next thing you know, when I’m looking there’s guns in my face. Just guns drawn out, ‘Get outta here, who’s in here with you?’ Just a bunch of questions,” Homeowner Shanae Cross said, describing the scene when SWAT team members first broke into her house. “I’m like, ‘What the hell is you doing in my house? Who are you, why are you in my house?‘ Then I realize when I see the vests and all, this is the police.”

Officers began to arrest Cross’s 17-year-old brother, and she said she immediately demanded to see a search warrant for the residence where the officers were initiating the “no-knock” raid. When an officer told her the street address was “8203,” she informed them that they were at the wrong house.

“I’m like ‘This is 8209, you f—king idiot. You’re in the wrong house!’”

Spencer Renck and his family are now left to live with the trauma from the horrific raid, all because police failed to confirm the correct address on the search warrant. In addition to rushing to the hospital for a check-up for his young son, who was impacted by the flash-bang grenade that detonated in his room, Renck wrote on Facebook that his house was left damaged from the raid.

“They destroyed my door, door frame, carpet on my stairs blew my ceiling out and burned my living room floor and hallway,” Renck said. “All because someone got the wrong house. I am okay and could have easily been killed just thankful to be alive and my family okay. I still don’t understand how you get the wrong damn house.

DASH cryptocurrency and The Free Thought Project have formed a partnership that will continue to spread the ideas of peace and freedom while simultaneously teaching people how to operate outside of the establishment systems of control like using cryptocurrency instead of dollars. Winning this battle is as simple as choosing to abstain from the violent corrupt old system and participating in the new and peaceful system that hands the power back to the people. DASH is this system.

DASH digital cash takes the control the banking elite has over money and gives it back to the people. It is the ultimate weapon in the battle against the money changers and information controllers.

If you’d like to start your own DASH wallet and be a part of this change and battle for peace and freedom, you can start right here. DASH is already accepted by vendors all across the world so you can begin using it immediately.

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