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February 27, 2019, 04:00 PM
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Shame on Twitter!
https://twitter.com/March22Movement/status/1100600703733645313

It's not me anymore!
We will never stop!
I was also suspended.
Twitter is very trigger happy on suspending accounts.
Do you have any options on getting it back?

February 27, 2019, 09:40 PM
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I wouldn't be surprised if MBS and others were sending Twitter generous "donations". Supposedly it's a forum for people to air their views freely. If that were true then why are some opinions OK when others aren't?

February 27, 2019, 10:35 PM
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I was also suspended.
Twitter is very trigger happy on suspending accounts.
Do you have any options on getting it back?
Sorry to hear that.
It's a common problem for dissidents where I come from for their accounts to be suspended.
As to getting my account back, I hope so, but the probability of that happening is very slim.
I didn't receive an email as to the violation(s) that led to suspending my account.
Nor did I receive a confirmation email for the appeal I made.
It seems the Abu Dhabi Twitter office is might be doing a nice job protecting corrupt bone-saw killing dictators in the Middle East, not to mention the thousands of employees that manage troll accounts that report accounts deemed dangerous to the fortunes of tyrants.

I wouldn't be surprised if MBS and others were sending Twitter generous "donations". Supposedly it's a forum for people to air their views freely. If that were true then why are some opinions OK when others aren't?
If you remember a few years ago, the filthy rich businessman prince Al-Waleed now turned an MBS puppet after imprisonment & probable torture to forfeit his fortunes, bought around $100 million in Twitter shares.
Could that stake in the company be the price for twitter's Jack to sell his soul to criminal dictatorships?
I wouldn't discount that from being true. US presidents do that all the time w/o any consequences.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said “Surah (chapter of) Hud and its sisters turned my hair gray"

Hud (11)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiqxo4UDVfU

March 14, 2019, 03:02 PM
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Tonight, I'm going to hold another conference to talk about a special goat.
If humbert invited the mayor of Fair Haven at the restaurant, then he must know this goat.


In a divided America where politics seems increasingly to get people's goat, a small town in Vermont has taken the concept to heart -- this week electing one as mayor.
Indeed, Lincoln is a 3 year old Nubian goat and has become the mayor of the small town of Fair Haven, Vermont (Fair Haven had no official mayor).
In Tuesday's poll, Lincoln was victorious over 15 other candidates including Crystal the gerbil and many dogs and cats. Lincoln's 13 votes were enough for him to squeak past Sammie the dog.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOYeo22PHFE

March 16, 2019, 12:01 PM
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Yesterday and today, some protests took place all around the world called Climate strikes.

Over 24 hours of climate action, organizers of the climate strike believe more than 1 million students skipped school on Friday or protest government inaction on climate change.
From Australia and New Zealand, to Asia, Europe, Africa, North America and South America, students from all over the world took to the streets to demand change.
Organizers said there were more than 2,000 protests in 125 countries.
The student movement was inspired by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg, now nominated for a Nobel Prize, who kicked off a global movement after she sat outside Swedish parliament every Friday beginning last August.
Many students expressed anger, fear and disappointment that adults have not acted.
Many also expressed hope for a green economy within 11 years, the timeframe experts at the United Nations believe is necessary to forestall catastrophic climate change.
Even as students demanded change, some ignored their pleas, including diplomatic delegations from the US, who watered down agreements to eliminate single-use plastics.
Apparently, the students of Saudi Arabia, Pakistan or Palestine didn't take to the streets. They are probably too busy studying.
As Gaston Pourquier said, "au boulot, au boulot".



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March 25, 2019, 06:30 PM
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Some of the users of the forum are very knowledgeable and I assume that some of you are even able to read French.
That's why I'm giving you today's edition of the Newspaper Le monde.
You will see that the Deafeat of the Islamic State hit the headlines.
You will also read an article showing that French Government is going to Cut 4,500 Civil Servants. The president's goal is to remove 50,000 positions by 2022 and in my opinion it is going to get rid of all of them pretty soon. In Palestine, Maher must be thinking that this is good news. After all, In largely peasant societies, return to the land may seem a natural path for social reintegration. But aa1234779 knows that taking care of the camels and milking the goats requires a lot of courage. It's a challenge not to be taken lightly.
You will also notice an article about the protests in Algeria against their bedridden president. Algeria is like Japan: people are aging rapidly and officials have been unable to find one mere healthy youth to take over from Bouteflika.

https://ufile.io/avf4l

March 28, 2019, 10:12 AM
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If you are interested in the NY times published today, it is available here:
https://ufile.io/uuamp


March 28, 2019, 10:16 AM
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I've stumbled upon a bizarre story in the news: Was the passenger a terrorist?

A man with strange behavior was arrested Monday in a TGV linking Paris to Brest. After donning a hood, he was first restrained by three passengers.



"It does not seem to be terrorism," said the prosecutor of Saint-Brieuc, Bertrand Leclerc, evoking rather a "somewhat delusional behavior". The 35-year-old man, unemployed and from Chambéry, boarded the train in Paris "with a lot of luggage", according to the magistrate. His behavior and his "weird accoutrement" intrigued the passengers of the train. "He used to say things like 'I'm going to break their mouths' without talking to anyone, and he went to the bathroom with his suitcases, according to witnesses," the prosecutor explained.

Then the man put on a hood and a woman exclaimed "he is armed", causing a panic in the train, according to the same source.

He was initially controlled by three passengers including a gendarme out of service and was arrested by Border Police officials who were on a mission to secure the train, according to a source close to the investigation. No weapons were found on him or in the wagon. "It is not clear that he was armed or threatened anyone in particular," the prosecutor said.

Placed in custody, the man should be subjected to psychiatric expertise. A train passenger described a "weird, agitated man" who "tried to block the doors," according to an AFP correspondent.

The TGV was placed on a service road in order to allow the deminers to intervene safely. Closed around 17 hours, the station of Saint-Brieuc was reopened soon after and the circulation of the trains had resumed at the beginning of evening. Some travelers were waiting in the station to pick up the luggage left in the stationary train.
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April 08, 2019, 04:59 PM
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Tonight, I’m going to speak about a case you probably heard of.

He was a friend of a young Osama bin Laden and a Muslim Brotherhood sympathiser.
When he was sent to Afghanistan, he was seen holding an assault rifle and dressed in Afghani clothing. He did not fight in the country, but sympathised with the Mujahideen in the 1980s war against the Soviet occupation, which was funded by the Saudis and America’s CIA.
The description almost fits aa1234779, but it’s not him, because he would have certainly won the Afghan war if he had been there. Actually, I’m talking about Kashoggi. A recent video shows that he was ambushed by suspected Jihadis coming from Saudi Arabia worrying about the legitimacy of their king.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaeYMysnuvY

April 10, 2019, 01:28 PM
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Tonight, I found an excellent article in French titled "Letter to my daughter: Tomorrow, hunger if we do nothing"
It's about the end of oil. You can try to read it if you are interested.
https://blogs.mediapart.fr/vincent-rigoulet/blog/100419/lettre-ma-fille-demain-la-faim-si-l-ne-fait-rien