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  Liam Neesam Did Something & Didn't.
Posted by: BIAD - 02-05-2019, 03:05 PM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (2)

Some say the mainstream media is dying... I say how can that be?!!!!!!
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Quote:Liam Neeson in racism storm after admitting he wanted to kill a black man.

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'Actor Liam Neeson is facing a major racism storm after admitting he once set out to kill an innocent black man.
He said he walked the streets with a weapon for a week years ago, hoping to take out his anger after someone
close to him was raped by a black man.

The Hollywood star said he was ashamed of his actions, but his remarks have sparked widespread outrage.
Neeson hasn't commented further since the interview was published by The Independent on Monday.

He was speaking to promote his new film Cold Pursuit, a thriller about a man who seeks retribution after his son
is murdered. Asked how his character turns to anger, the actor replied that "something primal" kicks in when a
someone close to you is the victim of violence.

He said: "God forbid you've ever had a member of your family hurt under criminal conditions.
I'll tell you a story. This is true."

Neeson said the alleged rape took place a long time ago and he found out about it when he came back from a
trip abroad. The actor went on to use racially offensive language about the attacker.
He said: "She handled the situation of the rape in the most extraordinary way.

"But my immediate reaction was... I asked, did she know who it was? No. What colour were they?
She said it was a black person.

"I went up and down areas with a cosh, hoping I'd be approached by somebody -I'm ashamed to say that -and I did
it for maybe a week, hoping some [uses air quotes with fingers] 'black bastard' would come out of a pub and have
a go at me about something, you know? So that I could kill him."

Neeson has been subject to huge criticism for the comments.

The journalist who did the interview, Clémence Michallon, told BBC News: "Anyone hearing the thoughts that he's
reporting here would be shocked and appalled in many ways, and he himself says he is ashamed to think of the
way he used to think and says it's awful, so of course that shock set in really quickly."...'

Quick, we need a pearl-clutching journalist to make this social media outrage worse.

Quote:'...In an accompanying article in The Independent, columnist Kuba Shand-Baptiste wrote: "What immediately struck
me when reading about his revelation was how deeply the white supremacist trope of the 'black brute' versus the
'helpless woman' appears to have permeated society."...'

F*ck it... we need another or we'll have to go outside into the real world and investigate real news.

Quote:'...Los Angeles Times columnist Carla Hall wrote that his conduct was "despicable", adding that she now wants him
to talk about whether he has dealt with "whatever racism he still harbours".

She wrote: "Was he a racist or just a tightly wound man capable of vindictive violence? Or was he both?
Of course, he was a racist. He was roaming the streets trying to find a random black man to kill.
"And he gave every indication of being capable of violence. That's a pretty explosive combination.
And his revelation about himself is deeply disturbing. The question is, how much has he changed since then?"...'

Why is Neeson not getting a pass? Weren't Irish people slaves too?! He played Rob Roy in a movie of the same name,
but Gordi and Co. didn't spurge out and scream he was insulting their country.
Oh yeah... I forgot. They're adults.

Meanwhile back the coal-face of bedroom propaganda...

Quote:'On Twitter, Frederick Joseph, who works for better representation in the media, wrote that Neeson's story
"just shows how meaningless and inconsequential black lives are to some".

 
@FredTJoseph
Liam Neeson being ready to take any Black life over what one person
allegedly did just shows how meaningless and inconsequential black
lives are to some. 
Even him telling the story demonstrates a level of privilege and
understating that there may not be repercussions.

@MajorPhilebrity
What’s most disturbing about what Liam Neeson said is everything.
But what’s particularly terrifying is the idea that the death of any other
Black guy would satisfy the revenge quota to the clear indication is
that he knows his whiteness would protect if he followed through on it

@ItsTheSafePlace
Being upset someone attacked your family is understandable, but
Targeting innocent black men for a week with a weapon, when you
didn't even know WHO did it is racist. Do you know how many
innocent black people have lost their lives in the past for stuff like
this? THIS IS NOT OK.

@msshanitarenee
Racism n white privilege is so pervasive, #LiamNeeson felt comfortable
enough 2 tell the world the walked around a community in search of a
random Black person 2 provoke and kill because he was angry.
He prob anticipated this would come w/ no consequences.
And he might be right.

Neeson referred back to his comments later in the interview, adding: "It was horrible, horrible, when I think back,
that I did that. And I've never admitted that, and I'm saying it to a journalist. God forbid.
"It's awful. But I did learn a lesson from it."

@EricDSnider
Liam Neeson had a terrible impulse that he didn't act on, that he knows was
terrible, and that he learned from. If we're going to cancel people for being
TEMPTED to do wrong, or for struggling with something before coming to
the right conclusion ... well, we're going to be busy.

 
@verbalforeplay
Keep in mind #LiamNeeson didn’t address his inner racist thoughts,
he only addressed that revenge is wrong. For all y’all who are rushing
to defend his mentality.

Some said Neeson should not be castigated for admitting such thoughts but realising they were wrong and saying
he had learned from them.However, others pointed out that he didn't specifically acknowledge any underlying racial
motivations.

The 66-year-old, who is best known for Schindler's List and the thriller series Taken, also described growing up around
violence in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, during the Troubles.
"I knew a couple of guys that died on hunger strike, and I had acquaintances who were very caught up in the Troubles,
and I understand that need for revenge, but it just leads to more revenge, to more killing and more killing, and Northern
Ireland's proof of that.

"All this stuff that's happening in the world, the violence, is proof of that, you know. But that primal need, I understand."...'
BBC:

But nothing really happened except his female friend was raped, but that's just a small part of the story.
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  Life Goes On... and Sometimes, You Wonder Why
Posted by: Ninurta - 02-05-2019, 09:48 AM - Forum: Music and Media Room - Replies (5)






Sometimes, when the night is quiet and you are all alone with your thoughts (and a beer, or a few) you get to wondering. Among those wandering thoughts, one pops up now and again, wondering why you lived, and they died, maybe way too young. You'll wonder, as thought progresses, if it might not, maybe be, because you are a coward, and they weren't. You'll wonder, but you'll never know, and you'll never be able to prove it to your own satisfaction one way or the other. Could have just been the luck of the draw. Maybe not.

Sometimes you'll wonder if maybe they didn't get the better end of the deal. You will live to get old and fall apart, they won't - they'll be forever young, and in their prime, just as they were when the Reaper came calling. If you manage to live long enough, you'll realize that when your day comes, you're probably gonna die like a little bitch if the shit hits the fan, because you aren't what you once were, can't do what you once could, and never can, never can be, again.

Ah hell, all ya can do is dance then! They'll play the music for you...







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  Burn All Books Because You're Not A Slave.
Posted by: BIAD - 02-03-2019, 02:41 PM - Forum: America and its Territories - Replies (9)

The schoolyard power-grab continues.


Quote:Author Forced to Cancel Fantasy Novel About Enslaved Princess: A Black Person Needs to Write This.

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“The narrative and history of slavery in the United states is not something I can, would, or intended to write.”

'A young adult novelist on Wednesday agreed to cancel publication of her debut fantasy novel about an enslaved
princess, which critics have deemed racist.

In a tweet pinned to her profile, Amélie Wen Zhao apologised for her work, explaining that as an immigrant from
China, she was not qualified to write about “the narrative and history of slavery in the United States.”
“I am so sorry for the pain this has caused,” she said.

Until recently, Amélie Wen Zhao had looked poised to become a breakout star in the so-called YA literary world.
Last January, she excitedly posted to her website that she had sold the novel, “Blood Heir,” to a major children’s
publishing house in a three-book deal after a bidding-war for the rights.
It was scheduled to be released on June 4, 2019.

“I AM GOING TO BE A PUBLISHED AUTHOR!!!!!!” she wrote.

Delacorte Press, which paid Zhao more than $500,000 in the deal, touted the book as “the hottest fantasy debut
of the summer,” saying it was part of an “epic new series about a princess hiding a dark secret and the conman
she must trust to clear her name for her father’s murder.”

“Blood Heir “takes place in a fictional Cyrilian empire where a group of powerful people called Affinites are feared
and enslaved. Zhoa framed the novel as a call for social justice informed by her own immigrant story.
Born in Paris and raised in a multicultural community in Beijing, she emigrated from China when she was 18 years
old, according to her website.

“As a foreigner in Trump’s America, I’ve been called names and faced unpleasant remarks -and as a non-citizen,
I’ve felt like I have no voice -which is why I’ve channeled my anger, my frustration, and my need for action into the
most powerful weapon I have: my words,” she wrote on her website.

After Delacorte sent out early review copies of the novel, the initial reviews were positive. The book has nearly a four
and half star rating on Goodreads. But starting in January, some readers began denouncing the story as racist for its
depiction on slavery, and a social media campaign was launched.

“How is nobody mentioning the anti-blackness and blatant bigotry in this book?” one reader wrote on Goodreads.
“This book is about slavery, a false oppression narrative that equates having legitimately dangerous magical powers
that kill people with being an oppressed minority, like a person of color. This whole story is absolutely repulsive.”

In her apology tweet, Zhao felt compelled to turn her immigrant story into an excuse for what she suggested was naive
insensitivity on her part. Zhao said she intended to write the novel from her “immediate cultural perspective” and to
address the “epidemic of indentured and human trafficking prevalent in many industries across Asia, including in my
own home country.”

“The narrative and history of slavery in the United States is not something I can, would or intended to write, but I recognize
that I am not writing in merely my own cultural context,” she added.

Reactions to Zhao’s decision to pull “Blood Heir” were mixed. Some insisted that the novel was problematic.
Jamaican author T.A. Riley called it “distasteful” and said even she would not touch the subject of chattel slavery.

But the larger response, at least outside the YA community, was that Zhao had been reduced to public self-flagellation.
Conservative journalist Cathy Young, in an article Thursday for the New York Daily News, compared Zhao’s fate of writers
and intellectuals during Communist China’s Cultural Revolution, who were “terrorized into public ‘self-criticism.'”

“The online mobs, unlike actual mobs in Mao’s China, can’t beat and maim people or trash their possessions,” she said.
“But when they have the social power to coerce self-censorship and groveling apologies, our freedom is diminished.”

Nonfiction writer Michael Deibert tweeted Thursday:
“The internet lynch mob should not get to determine what books get published.”

Zhao was also accused of engaging in racial stereotyping and cultural appropriation in the novel. He linked to an essay by
journalist Kat Rosenfeld published earlier in the day at Vulture, which suggested the woke takedown of “Blood Heir” may
have had something to do with the YA’s community infamous culture of backbiting.

Jesse Singal also wrote an article in Tablet magazine Thursday condemning the YA “Twitter mob” for derailing Zhao’s career
even though “no one could explain exactly what it was about Zhao’s treatment of [slavery] that was offensive.” He dismissed
the response as a self-righteous “pile on” based on “out of context” excerpts or just assumptions about a book “most in the
community haven’t read yet.”

Even Slate culture intern Aja Hoggat saw fit Thursday to debunk the claims against Zhao’s book.

Meanwhile, Delacorte said that while it supported Zhao’s decision not to publish “Blood Heir,” it would also back her if she
changed her mind, and would anyway honor her contract.
“We respect Amelie’s decision, and look forward to continuing our publishing relationship with her,” Random House Children’s
Books, Delacorte’s parent company, said in a statement.Zhao was unavailable for interviews, according to her publisher.

The YA and children’s books communities have in recent years earned a reputation not just for petty politics, but also for
hypersensitivity and political correctness. In its article about Zhao’s ordeal, The Times listed a number of recent controversies
over supposedly racist novels.

“Children’s book publishers have grown increasingly cautious when acquiring books that deal with charged subjects such as
race, gender, sexuality and disability. Many publishers and authors now hire ‘sensitivity readers’ who vet books and identify
harmful stereotypes,” according to the newspaper.

Of course, the issue liberal hypersensitivity in culture goes beyond youth literature.

In Hollywood, activists have pushed studios toward identity-based hiring in the name of “representation” and “inclusion.”
Filmmakers and actors who have tried to portray subjects or characters from supposedly marginalized groups to which they
do not belong have become targets of online campaigns, which have in some prominent cases succeeded.

Even woke comedians have been called out for old politically incorrect jokes, with some prominent stand-ups complaining
that they can no longer be funny. And even depicting certain white people can now be controversial, as evidenced by the
recent uproar over a pair of new films about Ted Bundy.

While supporters of such advocacy hail the forward march of culture, critics warn that freedoms of expression and thought
are being sacrificed on the altar of social justice...'
SOURCE:

Even in fiction... how dare you.
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  Good news for Gordi and the Irish now that winter has come
Posted by: Wallfire - 02-01-2019, 10:51 PM - Forum: Daily Chit Chat - Replies (5)

Quote:By The Siberian Times reporter

31 January 2019
Scientists find how the animals produce ethanol in winter as an anti-freeze giving them the survival spirit.
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In cold winter months, the concentration of ethanol in the blood of reindeers increases 1.3 times
Scientists find how the animals produce ethanol in winter as an anti-freeze giving them the survival spirit.
The animals are known for surviving, even thriving, in the most extreme cold temperatures. 
Now Siberian scientists have discovered how they produce ethanol in winter in order not to freeze or to require hibernation.
In cold winter months, the concentration of ethanol in the blood of reindeers increases 1.3 times. 
The same occurs in wild Yakut horses, a breed that remain outdoors in temperatures below -60C.
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Yakut reindeer and horses. Pictures: The Siberian Times




The process is not common to all deer species and is unique to reindeer, said Boris Kershengolts, chief researcher of the Institute for Biological Problems of Cryolithozone in Novosibirsk. 
‘Endogenous ethanol, acetaldehyde and enzymes that metabolise them are one of the systems that ensure adaptation to cold of various sorts of living organisms that inhabit extreme climate environment,’ he said. 
‘An increase in the level of acetaldehyde, which is an inhibitor of processes that involve oxygen, slows down metabolism, decreases heat transfer, and drops the body temperature by 7 to 8 degrees [centigrade] in reindeer and Yakut horses.
'At the same time, the level of endogenous ethanol in blood increases and acts as a highly effective source of energy in processes both involving and not involving oxygen.
'As a result, it allows adjustment of bio-energy processes to cold climate conditions.' 
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Scientists find how the animals produce ethanol in winter as an anti-freeze giving them the survival spirit. Pictures: The Siberian Times




The research was highlighted in a recent article in Comparative and Ontogenic Biochemistry journal. 
‘During evolution, under extreme climatic conditions northern animals develop mechanisms of thermal homeostasis that enable them to perform their vital functions in an optimal regime,’ stated the article. 
‘The ability of the reindeer to well tolerate winter cold is due to perfect heat-insulating properties of their hair coat which provides a relatively narrow daily range of temperature changes in body temperature.
‘In winter, mobility of animals decreases, and there is a statistically significant decline in metabolic rates and oxygen consumption.’ 
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source   I have often wondered why I love winter so much, now I know  minusculebiggrin PS I think old wood runner might "suffer" from this as well, I know I do  minusculebiggrin minusculebiggrin minusculebiggrin

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  NFL Lawyer Gets 'Clintonised'
Posted by: BIAD - 02-01-2019, 07:55 PM - Forum: The Sports Zone - Replies (1)

With thanks to Mystic Wanderer.


Quote:NFL Lawyer, Who Claimed Super Bowl Is ‘Rigged’, Found Dead.

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'An NFL entertainment lawyer, who has worked for the corporation for more than
15 years, has been found dead in New York City hours after telling reporters that
Super Bowl LII is “rigged.”

Dan Goodes was found dead in his hometown of New York City in what early reports
described as an “gangland-style execution”, hours after blowing the whistle on the
“rigged Super Bowl” backstage at a promotional event in Minneapolis.

Early reports claim the 49-year-old was found shot dead in a 2017 BMW 2 Series,
along with one other man, believed to be a close friend.

Goodes, an entertainment lawyer who worked at the National Football League’s Park
Avenue headquarters, had been representing the NFL in Minneapolis, working alongside
Eagles and Patriots franchise staff on promoting Sunday’s Super Bowl featuring the
two teams.

However Goodes went “off-script” in Minneapolis and was “physically removed”
from the premises by security staff, but not before publicly condemning the NFL
as “totally corrupt” and claiming the Super Bowl is “fixed.”

Telling reporters that he is a “football fan first and foremost, and a lawyer second”,
Goodes said “Football in America in 2018 doesn’t need another rigged Super Bowl.
We need a great match. Not another rigged result that doesn’t pass the sniff test.

“I like money as much as the next guy. But I like football more. I can’t stand by and
allow rampant greed and cynicism to destroy the game I love. 
he little boy in me won’t allow it.

“Football in America won’t recover from this.”

Early reports stating Goodes had been shot dead in an “gangland-style execution”
in New York City have also been scrubbed from the internet, but not before alert
readers captured screenshots of the story...'
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  WHAT CAUSES ARTHRITIS???
Posted by: 727Sky - 02-01-2019, 09:14 AM - Forum: Humor, Jokes & Pranks - Replies (2)

Quote:
 WHAT CAUSES ARTHRITIS???

A drunk man who smelled like beer sat down on a subway next to a priest.
The man's tie was stained, his face was plastered with red lipstick, and
a half-empty bottle of gin was sticking out of his torn coat pocket.

He opened his newspaper and began reading.

After a few minutes the man turned to the priest and asked, 'Say Father,
what causes arthritis?'

The priest replies, 'My Son, it's caused by loose living, being with
cheap, wicked women, too much alcohol, contempt for your fellow man,
sleeping around with prostitutes and lack of a bath.'

The drunk muttered in response, 'Well, I'll be damned, '

Then returned to his paper.

The priest, thinking about what he had said, nudged the man and apologized.
'I'm very sorry. I didn't mean to come on so strong. How long have you had
arthritis?'

The drunk answered, 'I don't have it, Father. I was just reading here
that the Pope does.'



MORAL: Make sure you understand the question before offering the answer.

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  Sun dogs
Posted by: Wallfire - 01-31-2019, 03:08 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (5)

I have seen this in real life but never been able to get a photo of it, have other people see this. I think they are called Sun dogs.
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  Interesting talk about documents and UFO history
Posted by: 727Sky - 01-31-2019, 10:20 AM - Forum: UFOs, Aliens and Universal Questions - Replies (2)



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  Have Israeli scientists found a cure for cancer?
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 01-30-2019, 10:58 PM - Forum: Physical Health - No Replies

Wouldn't that be wonderful news?  tinybiggrin

I've seen reports from inside lab workers who said the cure was found decades ago, but Big Pharma wouldn't let it out; treating cancer is a main source of their income. Also, if a cure was found many scientists would be out of a job for "looking for a cure".

I wonder if this will make it to the main stream medicine worldwide, or will some hot shot step in and murder the scientists making this claim? It's what they seem to do in cases like this.

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Quote:A small team of Israeli scientists think they might have found the first complete cure for cancer.

“We believe we will offer in a year’s time a complete cure for cancer,” said Dan Aridor, of a new treatment being developed by his company, Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies Ltd. (AEBi), which was founded in 2000 in the ITEK incubator in the Weizmann Science Park. AEBi developed the SoAP platform, which provides functional leads to very difficult targets.
“Our cancer cure will be effective from day one, will last a duration of a few weeks and will have no or minimal side-effects at a much lower cost than most other treatments on the market,” Aridor said. “Our solution will be both generic and personal.”

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It sounds fantastical, especially considering that an estimated 18.1 million new cancer cases are diagnosed worldwide each year, according to reports by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. Further, every sixth death in the world is due to cancer, making it the second leading cause of death (second only to cardiovascular disease).

Aridor, chairman of the board of AEBi and CEO Dr. Ilan Morad, say their treatment, which they call MuTaTo (multi-target toxin) is essentially on the scale of a cancer antibiotic – a disruption technology of the highest order.

The potentially game-changing anti-cancer drug is based on SoAP technology, which belongs to the phage display group of technologies. It involves the introduction of DNA coding for a protein, such as an antibody, into a bacteriophage – a virus that infects bacteria. That protein is then displayed on the surface of the phage. Researchers can use these protein-displaying phages to screen for interactions with other proteins, DNA sequences and small molecules.

In 2018, a team of scientists won the Nobel Prize for their work on phage display in the directed evolution of new proteins – in particular, for the production of antibody therapeutics.

AEBi is doing something similar but with peptides, compounds of two or more amino acids linked in a chain. According to Morad, peptides have several advantages over antibodies, including that they are smaller, cheaper, and easier to produce and regulate.

When the company first started, Morad said, “We were doing what everyone else was doing, trying to discover individual novel peptides for specific cancers.” But shortly thereafter, Morad and his colleague, Dr. Hanan Itzhaki, decided they wanted to do something bigger.

To get started, Morad said they had to identify why other cancer-killing drugs and treatments don’t work or eventually fail. Then, they found a way to counter that effect.

For starters, most anti-cancer drugs attack a specific target on or in the cancer cell, he explained. Inhibiting the target usually affects a physiological pathway that promotes cancer. Mutations in the targets – or downstream in their physiological pathways – could make the targets not relevant to the cancer nature of the cell, and hence the drug attacking it is rendered ineffective.

In contrast, MuTaTo is using a combination of several cancer-targeting peptides for each cancer cell at the same time, combined with a strong peptide toxin that would kill cancer cells specifically. By using at least three targeting peptides on the same structure with a strong toxin, Morad said, “we made sure that the treatment will not be affected by mutations; cancer cells can mutate in such a way that targeted receptors are dropped by the cancer.”

“The probability of having multiple mutations that would modify all targeted receptors simultaneously decreases dramatically with the number of targets used,” Morad continued. “Instead of attacking receptors one at a time, we attack receptors three at a time – not even cancer can mutate three receptors at the same time.”

Furthermore, many cancer cells activate detoxification mechanisms when in stress from drugs. The cells pump out the drugs or modify them to be non-functional. But Morad said detoxification takes time. When the toxin is strong, it has a high probability of killing the cancer cell before detoxification occurs, which is what he is banking on.
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  Names of the Human Child MURDERERS in the NY Senate
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 01-30-2019, 10:15 PM - Forum: Hot Button Issues - Replies (20)

We've discussed this topic in other threads already, but I want to make sure the names of the murderers in the NY Senate have their own place for posterity so we can look back easily and see them.

I won't go into this much here except to say how sad it makes me to realize that so-called humans could stoop to such evil levels.




Quote:Oh the cold-blooded arrogance of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who ordered that the One World Trade Center’s 408-foot spire be lit up in pink to celebrate a new law that legalizes infanticide in the state. The law, titled the Reproductive Health Act, sponsors a woman’s choice to destroy the life of her child and instructs health care providers to sever the life of the baby up until birth.



tinyok


You can read the full article here, Source, so that I can keep enough room to display the names for easy viewing without having to click to a different site.


“We’re saying that here in New York, women’s decisions matter.” Along with Andrea Stewart-Cousins, here are the names of the child murderers from the New York Senate who voted for this holocaust:
  • Senate Deputy Majority Leader Michael Gianaris
  • Senator Gustavo Rivera
  • Senator Jamaal Bailey
  • Senator Brian Benjamin
  • Alessandra Biaggi
  • Neil Breslin
  • John E. Brooks
  • David Carlucci
  • Leroy Comrie
  • Jim Gaughran
  • Andrew Gounardes
  • Pete Harckham
  • Brad Hoylman
  • Robert Jackson
  • Todd Kaminsky
  • Anna M. Kaplan
  • Brian Kavanagh
  • Liz Krueger
  • Tim Kennedy
  • John Liu
  • Monica Martinez
  • Rachel May
  • Shelley Mayer
  • Velmanette Montgomery
  • Jen Metzger
  • Zellnor Myrie
  • Kevin Parker
  • Roxanne J. Persaud
  • Jessica Ramos
  • James Sanders Jr.
  • Julia Salazar
  • Diane Savino
  • James Sander Jr.
  • Jose Serrano
  • Luis Sepúlveda
  • Toby Ann Stavisky
  • James Skoufis
  • Kevin Thomas
MAY SHAME BE POURED OVER EACH OF THESE DESPICABLE EXCUSES FOR A HUMAN BEING!

MAY YOU EACH ROT IN HELL FOR ALL ETERNITY!   smallveryupset

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