Quote from: ersi on 2020-12-20, 11:52:52"The attacks, which also may have been coordinated through email hacks, were still ongoing when they were made public Sunday and stretched from North America and Europe to the Middle East and Asia."I post this for your benefit, ersi, because you might have missed it...
"The attacks, which also may have been coordinated through email hacks, were still ongoing when they were made public Sunday and stretched from North America and Europe to the Middle East and Asia."
You mean they attacked Europe too? We give them sanctions
Sanctions on "hacker groups"?!
"Badin is also on the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's wanted list for his involvement in the hacking of the 2016 presidential election."
Meaning the supposed hack of the DNC, I suppose. The one where the FBI was denied access to the affected servers...
7:20 "Something you learn well in Mississippi is that there isn't exactly much to do."http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6N9cweElozY
I intend to keep up a campaign to remove the Dominionist phrase, "In God We Trust" from it.
The surest way is probably by getting yourself elected to the legislature. Or maybe better the governor.Quote from: Colonel Rebel on 2021-01-10, 17:05:15I intend to keep up a campaign to remove the Dominionist phrase, "In God We Trust" from it.What would you replace it with? More stars to that spot?
"E Pluribus Unum" ("Out of Many, One"), the original motto of the US. It fits what the state said they were looking for; a "unifying" flag.
There are at least two arguments against it.
Biden was sworn in with a late 19th-century edition of the Douay Rheims translation of the Bible with extensive commentary by Fr. George Leo Haydock, the scion of an old recusant family who spent much of his life serving in Catholic missions in rural England.
The States General originated in the 15th century as an assembly of all the provincial states of the Burgundian Netherlands. In 1579, during the Dutch Revolt, the States General split as the northern provinces openly rebelled against Philip II, and the northern States General replaced Philip II as the supreme authority of the Dutch Republic in 1581.
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