/ptg/ PRESIDENT TRUMP GENERAL - BIG PHARMA NOT SO TOUGH SINCE TRUMPING

Aaron Allen
Aaron Allen

wish someone would

Jace Torres
Jace Torres

Happened last year in Finland
Absolutely traitorous

Henry Rodriguez
Henry Rodriguez

Governments literally putting terrorists over their own people in narrative arguments
And winning

Happened in Britain with FOUR people getting deported for wanting to speak about Musims.

Happened/happens in Norway because their immigration ministry might get booted since she said Labour (Communist) party cares more about terrorists than Norwegians

At least Hungary and Poland stand tall, for now.

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Cameron Stewart
Cameron Stewart

MAGA

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Christian Allen
Christian Allen

powerful
putin btfo

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Adam Fisher
Adam Fisher

if i sponsor a poor africanner isn't that the same thing?

Blake Gutierrez
Blake Gutierrez

I think you’re talking about storm or something similar. Got driven off of YouTube by Kraut and Tea and friends

Julian Green
Julian Green

She looks like a SJW mind you.

Anthony Russell
Anthony Russell

It must be nice to have a sane leader for your country... never knew how that feels

Hudson Richardson
Hudson Richardson

Poor Kapoor

Carter Allen
Carter Allen

This is why hate speech is the only test of free speech.

Nicholas Campbell
Nicholas Campbell

So Putin is an expert at controlling U.S elections, but his own country is a struggle. Really makes one think.

Ayden Sullivan
Ayden Sullivan

Norway's right-wing government could resign this week if the justice minister loses a no-confidence vote after she triggered outrage among survivors of a 2011 gun massacre

In a Facebook post on March 9, Sylvi Listhaug,
a member of the populist and anti-immigration Progress Party (FrP),
had accused
the opposition Labour Party
of considering
"the rights of terrorists (to be) more important than the security of the nation".

The post, which contained a photo showing Al-Shabab militants, sparked uproar because Labour members had been targeted in 2011 in the worst attack on Norwegian soil since the end of World War 2.

On July 22 that year, right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik, who once was a member of the FrP, killed 77 people in twin attacks: one targeting then Labour prime minister Jens Stoltenberg's office in Oslo and another against a Labour youth camp on the island of Utoya.

Parliament is likely to go ahead with the no-confidence vote in Listhaug on Tuesday. Any vote could put Norway's minority administration in a bind because its centrists, who have always been critical of Listhaug, would be forced to pick a side.

Much may rest on the Christian Democratic Party -- which is not part of the government but largely supports its motions despite frequent disputes with Listhaug.

Public radio and the daily Verdens Gang on Sunday reported that Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg would step down were Listhaug to lose the confidence vote.

"The prime minister will comment on the issue in parliament," her office told AFP.

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Eli Gomez
Eli Gomez

I hope his death is as painful as possible

Jonathan Nelson
Jonathan Nelson

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