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The grift is limitless & endless.


Ali ako neko ima para za budalisanje, to su simpatizeri Republikanaca. I say flay them alive

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On 21. 3. 2024. at 22:53, Čutura said:

Kad je teško - Kinezi!


Trampara iskusno tvrdio pazar 4 godine i došlo je vreme da se trud unovči.


Podseća me na davno vreme kad sam prelazio našu granicu nekim konvojem. Saputnik nešto švercuje i pokušava da podmiti carinika sa 50e.

Carinik počne da peni - "ti  tomeni mito? Sram te bilo, sad ću da te apsim!"

Ja, naivan kakav sam bio, mislim da je švercer najebao. A on ladan ko špricer, doda još 50e u pasoš,  Carinik se iznenada smiri, ode da "proveri nešto", 2 minuta kasnije nam vrati pasoše i poželi srećan put svima. 

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“Both U.S. presidential candidates, Biden and Trump, are turning their rhetorical backs on Israel,” concluded Ariel Kahana, a right-wing settler who is the senior diplomatic correspondent for Israel Hayom. The newspaper is owned by the billionaire Republican donor Miriam Adelson; Ms. Adelson herself arranged the interview with Mr. Trump, according to a person with direct knowledge of the planning.

What had Mr. Trump said that so alarmed Mr. Kahana?

He told the interviewers that Israel was losing public support for its Gaza assault, that the images of devastation were bad for Israel’s global image and that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should end his war soon — statements that sounded far more like something President Biden might say than the kind of cheerleading Mr. Netanyahu has come to expect from Washington Republicans.


“You have to finish up your war,” Mr. Trump said. “You have to get it done. We have to get to peace. We can’t have this going on.”

That statement apparently troubled Mr. Kahana even more than Mr. Biden’s warnings to Israel. Mr. Biden has called for a six-week cease-fire in exchange for Hamas releasing Israeli hostages. In the interview excerpts released by Israel Hayom, Mr. Trump did not qualify his call for Israel to finish the war by insisting on the release of hostages.

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“Trump effectively bypassed Biden from the left, when he expressed willingness to stop this war and get back to being the great country you once were,” Mr. Kahana wrote. “There’s no way to beautify, minimize or cover up that problematic message.”


Israeli troops in Gaza during an escorted tour by the Israeli military in February. Israel invaded Gaza after an attack by Hamas on Oct. 7. Credit...Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times

Trump aides insisted this was a misinterpretation. A campaign spokeswoman, Karoline Leavitt, said that Mr. Trump “fully supports Israel’s right to defend itself and eliminate the terrorist threat,” but that Israel’s interests would be “best served by completing this mission as quickly, decisively and humanely as possible so that the region can return to peace and stability.”


But there is no getting around the division between Mr. Trump and congressional Republicans, who seem to be competing to see who can more ostentatiously demonstrate support for Mr. Netanyahu’s government. They are flying to Israel to meet with Mr. Netanyahu, planning to invite him to address Congress and generally urging Israel to do whatever it takes, for as long as it takes, to annihilate Hamas.

In contrast, Mr. Trump’s hedging commentary to Israel Hayom is only the latest in a long line of public statements he has made to undercut Mr. Netanyahu, whom he has still not forgiven for congratulating Mr. Biden as the winner of the 2020 election.

In 2021, Mr. Trump told the Axios journalist Barak Ravid that he had concluded that Mr. Netanyahu “never wanted peace” with the Palestinians.


Mr. Trump’s first reaction to the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack was to criticize Mr. Netanyahu and Israeli intelligence services. Advisers privately pleaded with him to clean up his comments and he quickly turned to standard lines of support for Israel’s right to defend itself.

The ambiguity of Mr. Trump’s rhetoric about the Israel-Hamas war has let different audiences hear what they want in his public statements. He has said nothing of substance about what he would do differently from Mr. Biden on Israel policy if he were president, and his team again refused to get into specifics when questioned by The New York Times.

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Those who support Trump and also are deeply supportive of Israel’s efforts to win the war with Hamas have to reconcile themselves with the fact that at a crucial moment when the administration seems to be speaking out of both sides of its mouth, and creating a sense of instability in the relationship between the United States and Israel, Trump exacerbated that instability as the putative nominee of the other party,” said John Podhoretz, the editor of Commentary magazine and a former speechwriter for Ronald Reagan.

“The only difference between Trump and Biden — and I say this as somebody who is not a supporter of Biden — is that Biden has put his money where his mouth is. He’s been sending arms,” Mr. Podhoretz added. “So that would seem to suggest that operationally, the problem with Biden is rhetoric and not policy. And all Trump is is rhetoric, and he’s not laying out any policy that should make anybody feel good.”

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Danas počinje prvo krivično sudjenje u Njujorku, za muvanje sa plaćanjem porno zvezde iz fonda kampanje za izbore…


Diaper Don mora da sedi u sudnici svakog radnog dana osim srede od 09:00 do 16:30. Sudjenje je na nivou države, pa neće moći sam sebe da pomiluje i ako bude opet izabran u novembru…


Ja spremio kokice… 


P.S. Predvideli su da traje 6-8 nedelja


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A sta ako ne nadju dovoljan broj porotnika :D 


First day of historic criminal trial: Donald Trump was in court Monday as jury selection began in his criminal hush money trial. More than 50 potential jurors were dismissed after saying they could not be fair and impartial. Potential jurors will continue to be vetted tomorrow through questions that could signal political views. A panel of 12 New Yorkers and six alternates will ultimately be selected.


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11 minutes ago, Lezilebovich said:

A sta ako ne nadju dovoljan broj porotnika :D 


Ih, kao da ovde nedostaje ljudi željnih i žednih svog minuta slave :D

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nevezano za ovaj slučaj, šta se dogadja u hipotetičkom scenariju u kojem uopšte ne mogu da nađu adekvatne ljude za porotu ?

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6 hours ago, Tsai said:

nevezano za ovaj slučaj, šta se dogadja u hipotetičkom scenariju u kojem uopšte ne mogu da nađu adekvatne ljude za porotu ?

Sud je za ovu nedelju pozvao oko 4000 porotnika, ne samo za ovaj slučaj, nego za sve u ovom sudu. Ako od tog broja ne mogu da nadju 12 ili koliko već im treba, onda jebi ga. 

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7 hours ago, Tsai said:

nevezano za ovaj slučaj, šta se dogadja u hipotetičkom scenariju u kojem uopšte ne mogu da nađu adekvatne ljude za porotu ?


Pa ne znam, ne mogu da ne nadju? Mora da ce neko nekako odgovarati.

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