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Wessexman

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Marxist-Leninists may theoretically believe in anarchy as an end goal, but they aren't a part of the ideology or movement of anaerchism. Stalinists despise anarchists, and vice versa. Again, though, it is hard to know if you are just ignorant of your own ideology or are a complete troll.
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>Marxist-Leninists may theoretically believe in anarchy as an end goal, but they aren't a part of the ideology or movement of anaerchism. Stalinists despise anarchists, and vice versa. Again, though, it is hard to know if you are just ignorant of your own ideology or are a complete troll.

You're also ignorant of communism as well, we're willing to work with them, but they're not.
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Never read Homage to Catalonia, have we? The only way anyone works with Stalinists is to do everything they say. That is the nature of the beast. 
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Here's an interesting article on the revelations about the wiretapping of Manafort, what we know and what we don't:

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/who-in-the-white-house-trump-decided-to-wiretap-manafort/

Manafort was residing at the Trump Tower when a second FISA warrant was sought against him. It will extraordinary if Trump's highly controversial comments earlier in the year turn out to be vindicated.
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> Manafort was residing at the Trump Tower when a second FISA warrant was sought against him. It will extraordinary if Trump's highly controversial comments earlier in the year turn out to be vindicated.

The DOJ themselves admit Obama didn't wiretap Trump Tower, so it would be either trump or some third party. Again why do you support this thing in office?

>Never read Homage to Catalonia, have we? The only way anyone works with Stalinists is to do everything they say. That is the nature of the beast. 

Except that George Orwell was a western plant and forgetting that the Stalinists was putting much of the war effort.
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I don't quite see how Eric Blair can have been a Western plant when he was Western. Try for a little more precision, please, Vasily. A little grist for your mill, though; Blair (George Orwell) had ancestors who were both slave-owners and in the slave trade. And he was born in the Indian Empire, so a colonist. That's two big strikes against him from day one. See if you can come up with something creative from that, your last few offerings have been pretty boring.
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It appears that President Trump's visit to the United Kingdom has been downgraded from a full State visit to a "working visit".  He will not go as a guest of the Queen and will not be received with the pomp of a royal greeting and state dinner.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/865262/donald-trump-uk-state-visit-nigel-farage-britain-government-queen-white-house-video

http://people.com/royals/president-trump-wont-meet-the-queen-and-his-state-visit-has-been-downgraded-report/

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/donald-trump-state-visit-uk-no-queen-visit-working-downgrade-tour-us-president-latest-a7994356.html

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/trump-won-state-visit-united-kingdom-article-1.3555637

https://www.rt.com/uk/406370-donald-trump-state-visit/

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as long as they are consistent from this time on and that the people of the UK must understand that no future US President will nor shall be given the honor of a state visit, regardless of how palpable their politics or personality is or how simpatico their relationship with the occupant of No Ten is, I do not mind this outcome at all.
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There's always been a distinction between working and state visits, and many heads of state have enjoyed both. I don't see why this proposal, which is all it is at the moment, should set any kind of precedent. While Trump is a contemptible individual and manifestly unequal to his position, we have had worse given the full pomp and ceremony, indeed far worse. His not having a state visit, yet, doesn't mean that he won't ever, or that outright Communist thugs and dictators won't, as they have done before. And certainly not that future and more worthy leaders of our closest ally should also be confined to non-ceremonial visits only.
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The US is pulling out of UNESCO, which is clearly anti-Western in its bias:
https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/2017/10/12/u-s-will-pull-unesco-end-2018-due-anti-israel-bias/
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Trump had a busy day yesterday, simultaneously laying the groundwork for wrecking the US healthcare system and the Iran nuclear deal, both actions appearing to have been taken with his usual complete absence of thought or understanding. He doesn't appear to have been much involved in this, though, which is neither an entirely unreasonable nor an unprecedented move; President Reagan previously pulled out of UNESCO, President Bush 43 rejoining in his first term, and under President Obama the US began to default on its financial obligations to the agency, which state of affairs has continued for five years now.
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Trump dearly loves pomp and ceremony, Cardinal Burke has nothing on him,  and he undoubtedly has been looking forward to a state dinner with the Queen at Buckingham Palace. He will surely see this action as a grave provocation, and will  be more affronted by it  than by any political or economic dissensions that might arise between the U.K. and U.S.A.  It will be worse even than anything that North Korea has done.  Trump never forgives, and he never forgets, so Britain had best beware now, remain alert,  and watch their rear,  for he will surely be seeking some sort of revenge.
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Trump and his associates are not the only ones, it seems, with questions to answer over Russia ties:

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/452972/uranium-one-deal-obama-administration-doj-hillary-clinton-racketeering
Wessexman

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More interesting development involving Clinton. This time it turns out the Russia dossier was opposition research by the Clinton campaign:

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/453104/russian-dossier-hillary-clintons-lies-reveal-media-bias
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