When this is all done, Nelson better send Gillum the a gift basket that puts all other gift baskets to shame
By Lunatic Go To PostWhich means more refugees which means a rise in nationalism.Those people need jobs and better government so obviously the solution is freedom through intervention.
40D chess lads
Won't even be Trump to do it either. Give Central America 5-10 years and it'll be the new Northen Africa.
By DY_nasty Go To Posthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-saudi-khashoggi-adviser-insight/how-the-man-behind-khashoggi-murder-ran-the-killing-via-skype-idUSKCN1MW2HAReal life game of thrones.
It's crazy to me that THIS is what makes everyone pissed at Saudi Arabia
Like.... Okay. Cool. But wow.
Like.... Okay. Cool. But wow.
By FermentedFungi Go To PostIt's laughable how one dead journalists is turning public opinion on SA.
All politicians talks about is Iran. Everyone is pissed at ISIS. Beyond that I doubt much is really understood. IE like what SA is doing in Yemen or what terror groups get funding from SA. Based on our refugee response in Syria, I doubt many here care about Yemen even if they understand. This was visible mob type shit with a gruesome ending caught on camera, and it was a dude that lived and worked in the US. It hits closer to home. Which is why the right is downplaying this by doing their smear campaign. If Jamal is just another brown Muslim terrorist sympathizer, people won't give a shit again. The media ain't having that though because this dude worked for them.
Did you guys know there was a caravan of criminals ready to assault our border? They seem to be a well funded SOROS opp with embedded ISIS members protecting the cause. Who knows what they’re out to do, but this lady below knows the danger
U.S. stocks slumped, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbling more than 500 points, after results from Caterpillar and 3M added to concern that corporate profit growth has peaked. The yen, gold and Treasuries all rallied on demand for haven assets.
The Nasdaq Composite Index fell as much as 2.8 percent, taking the benchmark more than 10 percent below its August record as it flirts with a correction. Trading volume was 75 percent higher than average for the Dow, and about 40 percent above the midday figure for the S&P 500 Index. The Russell 2000 Index turned negative for the year as investors grow concerned that the trade war and rising interest rates have put an end to runaway expansion of corporate profits.
Caterpillar sank as much as 10 percent after flagging concern over rising materials costs, while 3M dropped more than 8 percent after cutting its forecast.https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-22/asian-stocks-set-to-decline-dollar-advances-markets-wrap?srnd=premium
"Rising material costs" === tariffs:
“In the fourth quarter, price realization, operational excellence and cost discipline are expected to more than offset higher material and freight costs, including tariffs,” the company said in a statement Tuesday.https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-22/asian-stocks-set-to-decline-dollar-advances-markets-wrap