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Posted by Alex Griswold

Former CNN CEO and TIME managing editor Walter Isaacson said Wednesday on MSNBC that the public would be better served if there were less on-camera White House press briefings.

"How important is it—or unimportant—the White House doesn't have on-camera briefings and doesn't have daily briefings, and we certainly don't have them at the State Department anymore?" host Andrea Mitchell asked.

"You know, I'm going to say something that's heretical. I think the on-camera briefings could be cut back," said Isaacson, who is currently president of the Aspen Institute.

"I think it's really good to have off-camera, people discussing things, some for the print press even if it's not on camera," he continued. "I think on camera, everybody performs."

"The jousting with the press secretary done on camera doesn't really get us that far to understanding things better," Isaacson said.

Fellow interviewee Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in chief of the Atlantic, suggested once-a-week press conferences with President Donald Trump, which Isaacson also endorsed.

"Then I think background briefings for an hour or two," Isaacson added, "where people actually tell the truth from the White House [and] the press, instead of trying to joust on camera."

Today, Isaacson's former network has led the charge in pushing the White House to increase the number of on-camera briefings. CNN's Jim Acosta battled with White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday, interrupting to demand that cameras be turned on.

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Posted by Paul Crookston

Rep. Tim Ryan (D., Ohio) said Wednesday on MSNBC that Democrats should sell single-payer health care as an economic boon that would provide government jobs, reduce costs, and make Americans healthier.

Ryan said he supported Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D., Mass.) push for a single-payer system, not just as a health care system but also as a "jobs program." Ryan, a member of the House Budget Committee, told host Hallie Jackson that it would be a successful political position for Democrats to take.

"I do believe that a Medicare-for-all program is the way we should be going," he said. "I support it wholeheartedly."

He said that expanding the eligibility age for Medicare would be a "good first step."

"I think [Medicare-for-all] is the way to go, but here we are today. I think a good first step for us is to say, let's bring Medicare down to 50," Ryan said.

"If you brought Medicare down to 50 years old and you told those people they could buy in and it was means tested and they could have access to a credible program like Medicare, I think it would solve a lot of these headaches that we have right now," he added.

Jackson pointed out that other Democrats believe single-payer health care is a "tough sell," but Ryan did not back down.

"I believe that if we make the argument, it's a good jobs program if you expand health care to everybody," Ryan said. "You can't outsource an occupational therapist. You can't outsource a physical therapist. You can't outsource a nurse who does cancer screenings or does preventive work."

"Those are jobs that could be right here in the United States of America, and we'll be healthier and prevent a lot of diseases and bend the cost curve on health care," he said.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) proposed a single-payer system costing $1.38 trillion during his presidential campaign, but research suggests that it would cost more than twice that much.

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Posted by Paul Crookston

Washington, D.C. has made "X" a gender option on driver's licenses and identification cards, making it the first jurisdiction in the United States to offer gender-neutral identifications.

A group of people became the first in America to receive gender-neutral driver's licenses on Tuesday in the nation's capital, CNN reports. They prefer "X" as their gender marker instead of male or female because they identify as gender fluid, gender non-conforming, agender, or another category.

Nik Sakurai was the first to receive one of these licenses and made a Facebook event to celebrate. Sakurai identifies as agender and prefers the pronoun "they."

"I don't feel that sense of gender as something that is part of my core innate experience," Sakurai said. "I'm glad to finally have an ID that actually matches who I am."

CNN cited LGBTQ advocates who say that gender-neutral identification lessens the chances of harassment when someone's gender does not seem to match that person's physical appearance. Oregon will come out with its own gender-neutral licenses on Saturday.

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced last week that this change was intended to improve the health and wellbeing of all Washingtonians. She said that the new identification option "aligns District gender identity policies with D.C. values."

"Washington, D.C. has long been a leader in LGBTQ rights and gender issues, and this change is the most recent example of our city's commitment to inclusivity," Bowser said.

The director of the city's human rights office, Monica Palacio, said that part of the goal was to change how residents think about gender.

"This important step taken by the Department of Motor Vehicles not only validates a person's chosen identity but also creates broader acceptance, reducing potential incidents of discrimination against individuals for being who they are," Palacio said.

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Posted by Kathryn Covert

NATO allies are planning to boost their defense spending by 4.3 percent this year, a $12 billion increase over 2016 levels that will escalate military spending by non-U.S. members countries to $277 billion, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday.

The announcement came in the wake of President Donald Trump's vocal criticism that NATO allies were not paying their "fair share," the Washington Post reported.

"I welcome the strong focus of President Trump on defense spending and burden sharing, because it is important that we deliver," Stoltenberg told reporters at the NATO headquarters in Brussels.

Many of the 2017 spending decisions were made prior to the 2016 presidential election. NATO allies, according to the Post, have hoped "to cast their spending decisions as a response to their own need to defend themselves."

The decision to increase spending was largely driven by increased concerns over Russian aggression—a sharp change from just a few years ago. After the breakup of the Soviet Union, a sense of security led NATO spending to decrease until Russia invaded the Crimean Peninsula in 2014.

Stoltenberg said the increase is "a clear demonstration that our alliance stands united in the face of any possible aggression."

"We have really shifted gears," he said.

Secretary of Defense James Mattis affirmed the U.S. commitment to its NATO allies, speaking alongside German Defense Minister Ursula Von der Leyen in Germany on Wednesday.

"The U.S. commitment to our NATO Article Five security guarantee is ironclad, as demonstrated over decades of our steadfastness and given voice more recently by President Trump before the American people," Mattis said.

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Posted by Alex Griswold

University of Maryland students called the police Tuesday over an alleged "noose" left near the campus' fraternity row.

"Earlier today, we were notified of a knotted piece of plastic wrap laying on the ground in the 7500 block of Baltimore Ave.," the school's police department said in a statement. "An officer met with two individuals who were walking south when they noticed the item. Police were notified out of concern for possible hate-bias."

The department noted that "preliminary investigation reveals that this type of material is used to contain and protect loose items during transport," but said that officers would continue the investigation "out of an abundance of caution."

Some students complained that officers on the scene were dismissive. They tweeted out images of the "noose," which appears to be an ordinary piece of plastic wrap.

The investigation comes after an April incident when a noose was found in a UMD fraternity house kitchen. The following week, several nooses and bananas were found hanging on the nearby campus of American University, with the initials of a predominantly African-American sorority written on the bananas.

In a 2015 incident similar to UMD's latest one, students at the University of Delaware panicked over a series of "nooses" left on campus after a speech by conservative commentator Katie Pavlich. The "nooses" turned out to be lantern hangers left on a tree after an unrelated event.

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Posted by Ali Meyer

Recent health insurer exits from the Obamacare exchanges have caused two more counties to be left with no options next year, according to new data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

The agency has been looking at health insurer announcements and compiling data to see which counties will have no Obamacare insurer operating in 2018. Roughly two weeks ago, the agency projected that 47 counties would have no insurer operating next year.

Since that time, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield announced that they would be dropping Obamacare coverage in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana due to volatility and a deteriorating individual market.

Now the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has released new projections, and estimates that based on announcements through June 27 there will be 49 counties left with no insurers operating. They also project that there will be 1,300 counties that would only have one insurer operating, which is 100 more than they previously projected.

"We continue to see a decline in issuer participation in the Health Insurance Exchanges leaving consumers with fewer and fewer insurance options," said CMS Administrator Seema Verma. "I am deeply concerned about the crisis situation facing the individual market in many states across the nation."

Even if an individual lives in an area where there is no insurer offering health coverage, individuals will still be forced to purchase coverage because of Obamacare's individual mandate.

Sens. Bob Corker (R., Tenn.) and Lamar Alexander (R., Tenn.) have introduced legislation that would protect people from being penalized for not having insurance when there are no insurers operating on the exchanges in their area.

The Health Care Options Act of 2017 would waive the penalty in these cases and allow individuals to purchase coverage outside of the exchanges.

"This legislation would help those in Knoxville and across the country by allowing any American who receives a subsidy and has no insurance available on their exchange next year to use that subsidy to buy any state-approved insurance off of the exchange," said Sen. Corker. "Second, the bill would waive the Affordable Care Act requirement that these Americans, who have zero insurance options with their subsides, have to pay a penalty for not purchasing insurance."

"Third, this legislation will help bring peace of mind between now and the beginning of next year to millions of Americans, some of the most vulnerable people in the country, who face having zero options of health insurance to purchase with their subsidy," he said.

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Posted by Jack Heretik

Fox News has officially hired Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R., Utah), who is set to leave Congress on Friday, as its newest contributor, according to a statement from the network.

The Utah congressman had already announced that he would leave Congress before the end of his term, raising questions about his future plans, but now he will be going to Fox News.

Speculation had swirled after Chaffetz's announcement of early retirement that he might join a television network.

Chaffetz will be a contributor giving political analysis, a statement from Fox News said. On Saturday, the day after he leaves Congress, Chaffetz will officially become part of the cable news giant.

Chaffetz, 50, has said that his desire to leave Congress stemmed from wanting to spend more time with his family, who he rarely gets to see while in Washington, D.C. He also expressed frustration with the current political climate on Capitol Hill, saying last month that "at some point, you've got to get off this crazy train."

Chaffetz came into office in 2008 and spent over two years as chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

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Posted by Jack Heretik

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley defended herself Wednesday morning from attacks from Rep. Gerry Connolly (D., Va.) targeting her actions at the U.N.

Haley was testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Committee about U.S. activity at the international body.

Connolly first went after Haley for the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts to funding to UNICEF, a U.N. organization that works with children. Haley has defended, arguing they send a message to the U.N., which has faced allegations of corruption and money wasting.

Haley said that President Donald Trump's federal budget proposal aimed to make a point about building up the military and was a "starting point."

"I don't think you want to go there," Connolly said.

"I'm sorry?" Haley said.

"I don't think you want to go there," Connolly repeated.

"You're a loyal member of the administration," Connolly said. "Good for you."

Connolly then mentioned the international reaction to the United States leaving the Paris climate accord. When Haley tried to respond, Connolly interrupted her and continued.

"The U.S. has to make the decisions that are in the best interest of the U.S.," Haley said. "It is not in the best interest for our businesses or our industries. We are not going to throw the climate out the window."

"Well, I'm glad to hear that," Connolly said.

When Haley said that the United States was being "independent" by not being part of the climate agreement, Connolly said the U.S. was one of three countries not part of the accord, along with Nicaragua and Syria.

"That must be a proud moment," Connolly said.

Connolly then brought up Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Haley said that she had not discussed it with her Russian counterparts and that she has received zero instructions from the White House or State Department. Connolly expressed surprise that she was given no instructions for what to say at the U.N.

"What I appreciate is this administration does not tell me what to say or what not to say," Haley said. "They allow me to say what I think and they support me through that."

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Posted by Katelyn Caralle

Executive editor of the Sentinel and contributor to Playboy Brian Karem appeared on two cable news shows Wednesday morning after going viral for his interaction with White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders during Tuesday's press briefing.

Karem visited MSNBC's "Morning Joe" and CNN's "New Day" to discuss how he believed Sanders' criticism of CNN is part of a larger pattern of vilifying the media, according to Mediaite.

Karem initially went after Sanders while she was answering another reporter's question, calling her response "inflammatory" by trying to convince the American people that the president is right and the media is fake.

"New Day" co-host Chris Cuomo asked Karem what motivated the exchange with Sanders.

"I don't like bullies," Karem said. "I've been tired of being bullied, I've been tired of being blamed. I've been called an enemy of the people. I've been told that we're all fake media."

Karem said that he did respect the White House and knew it was Sanders' prerogative to come out and speak on issues.

"I respect what the White House does. It's not wrong for the spokesmen of the White House and the president to come out and put their spin on things," Karem said.

"But at the end of the day, I've been brow beaten for six months and told I'm the enemy. To be quite honest, it's not accurate and it's driving a wedge between us and the public," the Playboy contributor said.

Karem said creating this gap between the media and the public is detrimental to the Constitution and foundation of America.

"Those people in that room are merely trying to, as I said to Sarah, trying to do their job. And to be brow-beaten every day and bullied isn't right and it's got to stop," Karem said.

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Posted by Nic Rowan

Experts recommended the United States take heed of the recent surge of terror attacks in Europe to learn how to more effectively combat ISIS at a hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Tuesday.

George Washington University fellow Seamus Hughes told the committee that although it is losing ground on the battlefield, ISIS has successfully continued to attack Europe and the United States because it uses social media to command local sympathies.

"Until recently, IS operated a relative safe haven from which it could plot and plan attacks. Despite its recent territorial losses, it continues to maintain a cadre of sympathizers who feel an obligation to help the beleaguered Caliphate," he said. "This is one of the main factors that explain the wave of attacks, both thwarted and successful, that have hit Europe and the United States in recent months."

Since 2104, ISIS has conducted 51 attacks in Europe and North America, according to Hughes. The majority of these attacks were committed by citizens of the country in which the attack occurred and only five percent by refugees or asylum seekers. Although ISIS has taken credit for forty percent of the attacks, the majority have been "inspired" by rather than directly ordered by the caliphate. Of the countries attacked, France has experienced the most with seventeen, followed by the United States with sixteen.

Hughes said that the United States has more leeway to prosecute terrorism than many European countries, which accounts for the lack of a structured ISIS network in America.

"Unlike Europe, the United States does not seem to possess extensive homegrown militant organizations that can provide in-person ideological and logistical support to individuals attracted to IS," he said. "In contrast, many European countries have militant Salafist organizations that provide individuals undergoing the radicalization process with ideological underpinnings and, in many cases, also with concrete help that facilitates their travel to Syria or Iraq."

Since it often lacks an in-person network to inflict terror, ISIS has resorted to the internet and social media to recruit new members. According to Hughes, nineteen out of 38 ISIS-linked plots in Europe between 2014 and 2016 have involved some form of online instruction.

Senior Research Fellow for Counterterrorism at the National Defense University Kim Cragin called this method of recruiting "virtual planning" and said it is quickly becoming the standard process for radicalization.

"These virtual planners identify local recruits, put operational teams together, sometimes introduce new recruits to others with technical expertise or provide technical guidance, and help pick the target, all remotely via Telegram or WhatsApp," she said.

Both Europe and the United States can deter future ISIS attacks by preventing radicalization in young people, implementing methods of sharing information between law enforcement services, and preventing reintegration of former terrorists into extremist communities, said Georgia Holmer, director of countering violent extremism at the United States Institute of Peace.

"The United States should remain steadfast in its engagement and commitment to helping build the capacity of countries to develop sustainable and effective Countering Violent Extremism and Counter Terrorism strategies, along with allied partners. American leadership is crucial," she said.

Subcommittee chairman Ted Poe (R., Texas) emphasized the necessity of the United States using the situation in Europe to strengthen itself against terror threats.

"We can't write this off as a European problem. These terrorists want to kill Americans and want to destroy our way of life," he said.

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Posted by Cameron Cawthorne

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) has faced increased scrutiny from Democratic lawmakers in the wake of four special congressional election losses for her party this year, and that criticism has appeared to affect voters' attitudes of her leadership.

Only 41 percent of Democratic voters want Pelosi to stay in her leadership role, while 27 percent do not think the veteran lawmaker should remain the top House Democrat, according to a new Politico/Morning Consult poll. About one-third of voters, 31 percent, do not have an opinion.

Among all voters, 43 percent support her being replaced as the Democratic Party's leader in the House, compared to 26 percent who want her to stay in her post.

The poll found that Pelosi is not favored by most voters, Politico reported.

The same split is evident in Pelosi's favorability ratings. Overall, 31 percent of voters view Pelosi favorably, compared with 46 percent who view her unfavorably. Her unfavorable rating is second-worst among political leaders tested in the poll; 48 percent of voters view President Donald Trump unfavorably.

The partisan division is revealing: Pelosi has a 2-to-1 favorable-to-unfavorable rating among Democrats, 49 percent to 25 percent. But her ratings among Republicans (21 percent to 63 percent) and independents (20 percent to 52 percent) are far worse.

And there's an enthusiasm gap, too: Republicans' negative feelings toward Pelosi are more intense than Democrats' positive opinions.

"A common argument is that fervent Republican opposition to Pelosi is more potent than her lukewarm Democratic support," said Kyle Dropp, Morning Consult co-founder and chief research officer. "The polling appears to bear this out: Just 16 percent of Democratic voters have a ‘very' favorable opinion of her, while 49 percent of Republicans have a ‘very' unfavorable one."

The Congressional Leadership Fund, a Republican political action committee, released internal polling data that suggests Pelosi is ‘toxic' to districts that Democrats are trying to flip, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

There have also been several Democrats who have spoken out against Pelosi, saying she is not the right person to lead the Democrats to victory in the 2018 elections

UPDATED 11:20 A.M.: This post was updated to say that 41 percent of Democratic voters want Nancy Pelosi to remain House minority leader while 27 percent want her to be removed, according to the Politico/Morning Consult poll. The original headline of this story stated that 26 percent of Democratic voters want her to remain in her leadership role, while the original body of the text said that 46 percent want Pelosi to stay in her leadership role.

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Secretary of Defense James Mattis said Wednesday that the Trump administration's warning to the Syrian government against using chemical weapons appears to have worked for now.

"They took the warning seriously," Mattis told reporters aboard a flight to Brussels. "They didn't do it."

Mattis said that President Donald Trump's warning on Monday to the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad shows how serious the United States takes the threat of a chemical attack in Syria, the Wall Street Journal reported.

On Tuesday, the Pentagon said it had seen activity at Shayrat airfield indicating preparations to use chemical weapons. The U.S. previously launched airstrikes against the airfield in April, after Mr. Assad's forces were accused of launching an attack with sarin gas.

Mr. Mattis was also asked if Syrian forces could restart their preparations for a chemical attack. Mr. Mattis said: "You better ask Assad about that." He declined to say how confident he was that Syrian forces wouldn't launch another chemical attack, but said the U.S. would continue to monitor their activity.

"I am not paid to have confidence in this sort of thing," Mattis said. "I am paid to be one of the sentinels, one of the watchers."

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Posted by Faith Bottum

Terrorist attacks are sure to continue long after ISIS ceases to be a credible threat, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R., Ill.) said at a discussion hosted by the Heritage Foundation on Tuesday.

Called "After the ISIS Flag Falls: The Future of Mosul and Iraq," the discussion concerned America’s long-term vision for the region, once the organized threat of the ISIS insurgents has ceased.

Kinzinger said that the religious appeal of ISIS not be discounted, he pointed out that "the military cannot defeat the mindset" that drew fighters to the radical Islamic cause.

Young refugees from the Middle East, Kinzinger noted, could be the next generation of killers, or they could be the generation that fixes everything if they are given hope. America had a God-given mission to provide such hope to other nations, Kinzinger explained. Although the city of Mosul is likely to fall soon, final victory over ISIS will not come rapidly. The unique resources of the United States, however, should be used to extend the help, both military and nonmilitary, that will bring about that victory.

Col. Michael Kershaw, a former U.S. military commander in Iraq, pointed out the improved situation for the United States, from 55 deaths in combat a few years ago to only one fatality recently.

Sarhang Hamasaeed of the United States Institute of Peace spoke on the ongoing power that ISIS will have even after the fall of Mosul, particularly with the constant threat of Suni revolt. In 2014 ISIS killed 1,700 people with online broadcasts for people to watch.

James Phillips of the Heritage Foundation agreed that stabilizing a postwar government has been difficult and will not become easier simply because Mosul has fallen. With its endemic corruption and the citizens’ lack of trust in government, Iraq can easily fall to the chaos of underground terrorism. Phillips ended with a few recommendations for reforming Iraq. He suggested restricting the roles of Shiite militias. He insisted that Americans need to recognize that Iran is part of the problem, and that the Iranian government is causing more harm than good. And he noted that the friction with the Kurdish population must be eased.

None of the speakers at the Heritage Foundation proposed full solutions to the problems facing Iraq, and none of them had easy answers to the worries posed by the conference. But all of them noted that now is the moment in which both Iraq and the United States need to work on strategy for the next stage of the struggle. The pressing question for American foreign policy is what comes next, after ISIS is defeated.

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Posted by Jack Heretik

A man was arrested Wednesday morning for driving his vehicle into the Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the Arkansas State Capitol and smashing it to pieces less than 24 hours after the six-foot granite statue was installed.

A spokesman for the Arkansas Secretary of State's Office, Chris Powell, said capitol police arrested a male suspect, who Pulaski County jail records identified as Michael Tate Reed, 32, of Van Buren, Ark., the Associated Press reported.

Reed faces preliminary charges of defacing objects of public interest, criminal trespassing, and first-degree criminal mischief. The Ten Commandments statue fell to the ground and broke into several pieces after it was hit by the car.

The 6,000-pound monument, which was privately funded, was installed without ceremony Tuesday morning on the southwest lawn of the Capitol in Little Rock.

A law in 2015 mandated that the state allow the monument to be displayed near the Capitol. The Ten Commandments Monument Display Act required the secretary of state to permit and arrange for the statue. Last month, a state panel gave final approval to its design and location.

Another Ten Commandments monument was destroyed nearly three years ago at Oklahoma's Capitol, the AP noted. A driver crashed his car into the statue and shattered it. That driver, identified as Michael Tate Reed of Van Buren, Ark., was admitted the next day to a hospital for mental treatment and formal charges were never filed.

It is unclear at this time if he is the same person who targeted the Arkansas monument.

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А ведь все фейсбучики и дримы с жжшечками - не что иное, как  партсобрание, разбор поведения трудовым коллективом, доска почета и общественное порицание или вручение ордена "За трудовые заслуги".
Скажете, нет?
В основном воздают почести героям или осуждается поведение ездящих в булочную на такси. Рассказы и дыбры размещаются тоже с этой целью, чтобы поддержали, одобрили. По сути же ничего не изменилось, мы все так же зависимы от мнения индивидуумов и групп.

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 Дуров погодився зареєструвати Telegram на москві, але відмовився надавати дані про листування користувачів


 Рада ЄС затвердила подовження секторальних антифашистських санкцій до кінця січня 2018 року My two cents // «Савєцкій саюз — страна бальшая, патаму ми еті ваши санкциї как-нібудь пєрєживьом»  ©


 Нішто нє прєдвєщало бєди… Дослідження: імідж США у світі погіршився із приходом Трампа до влади My two cents // Скоро єдиними, кому подобається Трамп і його викрутаси, залишаться лише його начальнічкі з Лубʼянської площаді у Мордорі
 Трампаньєтка Манафорт все-таки отримав $17 мільйонів від злочинної банди «Партія рєгіонав». Про те, що Манафорт отримував гроші за роботу для Партії регіонів колишнього президента України Віктора Януковича, з'ясувалося із документів, які американець подав до мін'юсту США в рамках закону про реєстрацію іноземних агентів.

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 Блін, ще один, схоже, спікся. Кірілл Сазонов, провідний блогер, розказує нам про «Смерть Минска».
Не ведіться.
«Мінськ» потрібний не для того, щоб встановити мир.
Мир буде встановлено у той момент, коли на моцкві Почнеться™, і моцква усі сили витрачатиме на внутрішню війну і, відповідно, не матиме сил на війну зовнішню.
І, до речі, навіть після досягнення миру, війна на Донбасі запросто почнеться знову, якщо внутрішня війна на моцкві припиниться з будь-якої причини, і моцква (якщо лишиться єдиною) оклигає. Тоді вона почне знову.

А «Мінськ» потрібний лише для санкцій.
Бо у ситуації недосконалого міжнародного законодавства, яке було прийнято на Ялтинській конференції за підсумками WW2, московський терорист є інтегровною частиною світової системи безпеки. Що робить цю систему безпеки недієздатною.
І єдиним діючим механізмом, за допомогою якого Цивілізація може задушити московську гадіну, є — «Мінськ».
І тому навіть коли сили Всесвітньої Антифашистської Коаліції почнуть зачистку території Євразії від московської наволочі — це буде під гаслами «Мінську».
І коли Дмитро Ярош, майбутній комендант Моцкви, оголошуватиме свої перші Декрети, є велика ймовірність того, що першим Декретом буде Декрет про підтримку Мінських угод.
І КНР звільнятиме свої території до Уралу — також під егідою Мінських угод.
Тому — не дайте себе обдурити, навіть якщо дурити намагаються провідні блоґери типу Кіріла Сазонова і Ігоря Бігдана.

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Четвертая часть технологического процесса


Поскольку иньекция медикамента идет прямо в вену,
т.е в в кровь,для неотторжения препарата
надо воссоздать структуру крови в ее компонентах
--химическому составу,
необходимого уровня кислотности и т.д.

Сначала в специальный контейнер с лопастями для
перемешивания) заливается стерильная вода.
Затем туда добавляется:

--Поваренная соль
--Кальциевый хлорид(Или хлорид кальция,..,
не знаю,как это - по русски)
- Полеэтилен гликол
- Альбумин(около 2х литров белых кровяных телец)

Замеряется кислотность состава раствора-она
должна ене превышать 7.0

....Из морозильной камеры доставляется
замороженный концентрат
и медлено оттаивается в
теплой ванне с опрeделенной температурой.
Когда он полностью оттает,его добавляют в контейнер,где он
перемешивается лопастями

Окончание процесса--стерильная фильтрация(6 фильтров),после
чего жидкость перекачивается в цех,
где она постепенно наполняется в специальные бутылочки.

Заключительная часть процесса-так называемая лиофилизация.
Это-долгий процесс--58 часов,где в специальной
камере,под давлением ,из жидкости
"высасывется" вся вода и водяные пары.
Остается -белый порошок.

Этот порошок и есть готовый Рекомбинант.
ОН при иньекции смешивается со стерильной
водой и готов к иньекции.

Эта иньекция восстанавливает временно
нарушенный генетический код гемофиликов ,
но ее надо делать каждую неделкю.

Фактор 8 приготовляется в 3 видах-

-Средняя и
-пониженная потенция.

Высокая-для взрослых
-Средняя-для подростков
и пониженная -для детей(1год-7 лет)

Несворачиваемость крови-опaсная и болезненная вещь,поэтому эти
иньекции продлевают жизнь и уменьшают страдания миллионам людей.

Ведь имея такое лекарство,они могут заниматься спортом,вести
нормальную жизнь,не опасаясь внешнего и внутреннего
kровотечения,которое остановить гемофиликам нельзя..

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