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Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
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Latest May-2 by Lana (Redneckbab1)
I thought that I was being polite to her!:<)
You dingbat snowflake.
Your girlfriend boasted of the terrorism her mate was carrying out in Iraq.
I want to say something to liven up your solitary day!
Carpet bomb the motherfuckers!
Amnesty International says Mohammed Bin Salman has increasingly used the death penalty to silence critics.Read more from ABC News
Two former members of Syria's military intelligence unit go on trial over accusations of torture.Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
Two former members of Syria's military intelligence unit go on trial over accusations of torture.
Outrageous - they were members of the legitimate 100% recognised government.
No International crime involved.
Meanwhile, we carry out tons of real international crimes - and destroy the lives of the whistle-blowers who expose them.
Let Berry go to defend them , if his legal capabilities are the same as historical abilities the two will get off with triple life sentences each man instead of a 300 years each with no chance of parole.
Berry will look good in a wig - he looks fucking stupid at the best of times
Let Berry go to defend them
You were going to tell me whether you favoured prosecuting people who deliberately target civilians with their rockets.
An outgoing UN official calls for a new investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity in Myanmar, while saying she is "utterly disappointed" with former human rights hero Aung San Suu Kyi.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
An outgoing UN official calls for a new investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity in Myanmar, while saying she is "utterly disappointed" with former human rights hero Aung San Suu Kyi.
I have to suppose that it is Israel's baleful influence that stops us acting to stop this atrocity.
We adopted the Refugee Convention in 1951 and the Protocol in 1967 - putting all the burdens on countries neighbouring the ethnic cleansing and doing nothing about the criminals carrying out the land-grabbing.
Its almost as if we sided with the Nazis kicking out the Jews!