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Fake, Future, and News: On Open Letter to President Trump from the MSM Dear President Trump We humbly ask you to please stop talking about fake news. Please understand our concerns, we've made billions of dollars throughout the years by lying to the American people. They didn't know and we kept lying, it was a win win situation. Now sir, things have changed. People are starting to look into the history of our fake news agenda and are learning that we have been intentionally doing this for a long long time. As you are aware, with more people being awakened to our lies, our credibility is now being questioned and this is affecting our profit margin You may not find our reasons for lying to be acceptable, but with all due respect, the American people need to be told what to think. If we are to continue to advance toward a future of diversity and inclusion, it is important that we the MSM remain the ONLY voice of truth that Americans should hear. As you can imagine, without the responsibility of personal thought and accountability, peoples lives become easier. Isn't that really what the American dream is all about? We hope you understand our concerns and take them to heart. We strongly request that you refrain from further exposing our fake news agenda so that we can get back to the business of lying to the American people. As the old saying goes..."What the American people don't know keeps em in the dark." Hopefully with your help, we can accomplish this objective Thank you for your attention in this regards Sincerely The MSM
Fake, Future, and News: On Open Letter to President Trump from the MSM
 Dear President Trump
 We humbly ask you to please stop talking about fake news. Please understand our
 concerns, we've made billions of dollars throughout the years by lying to the American
 people. They didn't know and we kept lying, it was a win win situation. Now sir, things
 have changed. People are starting to look into the history of our fake news agenda
 and are learning that we have been intentionally doing this for a long long time. As
 you are aware, with more people being awakened to our lies, our credibility is now
 being questioned and this is affecting our profit margin
 You may not find our reasons for lying to be acceptable, but with all due respect,
 the American people need to be told what to think. If we are to continue to advance
 toward a future of diversity and inclusion, it is important that we the MSM remain the
 ONLY voice of truth that Americans should hear. As you can imagine, without the
 responsibility of personal thought and accountability, peoples lives become easier.
 Isn't that really what the American dream is all about?
 We hope you understand our concerns and take them to heart. We strongly request
 that you refrain from further exposing our fake news agenda so that we can get back
 to the business of lying to the American people. As the old saying goes..."What the
 American people don't know keeps em in the dark." Hopefully with your help, we can
 accomplish this objective
 Thank you for your attention in this regards
 Sincerely
 The MSM
Fake, Future, and News: On Open Letter to President Trump from the MSM Dear President Trump We humbly ask you to please stop talking about fake news. Please understand our concerns, we've made billions of dollars throughout the years by lying to the American people. They didn't know and we kept lying, it was a win win situation. Now sir, things have changed. People are starting to look into the history of our fake news agenda and are learning that we have been intentionally doing this for a long long time. As you are aware, with more people being awakened to our lies, our credibility is now being questioned and this is affecting our profit margin You may not find our reasons for lying to be acceptable, but with all due respect, the American people need to be told what to think. If we are to continue to advance toward a future of diversity and inclusion, it is important that we the MSM remain the ONLY voice of truth that Americans should hear. As you can imagine, without the responsibility of personal thought and accountability, peoples lives become easier. Isn't that really what the American dream is all about? We hope you understand our concerns and take them to heart. We strongly request that you refrain from further exposing our fake news agenda so that we can get back to the business of lying to the American people. As the old saying goes..."What the American people don't know keeps em in the dark." Hopefully with your help, we can accomplish this objective Thank you for your attention in this regards Sincerely The MSM
Fake, Future, and News: On Open Letter to President Trump from the MSM
 Dear President Trump
 We humbly ask you to please stop talking about fake news. Please understand our
 concerns, we've made billions of dollars throughout the years by lying to the American
 people. They didn't know and we kept lying, it was a win win situation. Now sir, things
 have changed. People are starting to look into the history of our fake news agenda
 and are learning that we have been intentionally doing this for a long long time. As
 you are aware, with more people being awakened to our lies, our credibility is now
 being questioned and this is affecting our profit margin
 You may not find our reasons for lying to be acceptable, but with all due respect,
 the American people need to be told what to think. If we are to continue to advance
 toward a future of diversity and inclusion, it is important that we the MSM remain the
 ONLY voice of truth that Americans should hear. As you can imagine, without the
 responsibility of personal thought and accountability, peoples lives become easier.
 Isn't that really what the American dream is all about?
 We hope you understand our concerns and take them to heart. We strongly request
 that you refrain from further exposing our fake news agenda so that we can get back
 to the business of lying to the American people. As the old saying goes..."What the
 American people don't know keeps em in the dark." Hopefully with your help, we can
 accomplish this objective
 Thank you for your attention in this regards
 Sincerely
 The MSM
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Family, Fast Food, and Food: Hace 2 meses Asking forgiveness in advance for the length, but hoping you will read it out. Thank you. I have stage 4 bone cancer. To make it a bit more icky, the tumor (5 cm) was found inside my right jawbone. The tissue was not showing any damage so it grew without being noticed. Only when it did finally start causing damage to the gum line did the biopsy's begin. On May 25th I was diagnosed with a 5 year prognosis. I've had more surgeries than I can count, scars all over my neck. The worst was having to have the entire right half of my jawbone removed and all the lower teeth except for the last 4 located at the far end of my left side. My bottom lip was sewn to the new gum tissue to encase it and keep it from infection. Yes, had chemo and radiation. My first surgery turned into 5 and my 10 hospital stay turned into 48. When I was finally allowed to come home, I rested for over a month. Cabin fever took it's toll and in November 2016, I decided I wanted to just go out and do something normal. So my hubby, 2 daughters and I decided to do our Thanksgiving shopping. As we approached the supermarket, I had my family stop at a fast food place to eat and told them to drop me off at the store. I had my cell phone and could start chipping away at the endless list of supplies for this special meal. As I was wandering around, I hadn't really thought of my appearance since I was so used to the way I was treated by family, hospital staff and friends. Reality was about to slap me. Iturned a corner and this man, mid 40°s I would guess, almost hit my cart, I quickly said "Opps.... sorry! and smiled. His eyes had a look of pure disgust and horror and his response; "Lady, I dont know what's wrong with you, but people who look like you should not be allowed in public!" I was so shocked, I couldn't even respond. A group of customers who were near enough to hear him, started yelling at him. I don't even remember what they said to him because I could only stare at him with tears. Not of anger or hurt, but of pity.. for him. I kept thinking that if anyone he loved, or even if he himself, were ever diagnosed with this awful disease, he would not be able to handle it. The quick ending, security took him out and he was banned from the store. Before they tossed him out, I was asked if I wanted to press charges (by then the police were there, it was quite the scene). I said no, and then told him what had raced through my mind. He left, but not without yelling and being self righteous about his right to an opinion, free speech. I was glad the police informed him that his idea of free speech was not protected since it was considered "hate speech" and verbal assault. Now, thanks to this amazing musical, I have working on a montage of pictures of myself taken per-diagnosis, post surgery (all of them) the scars that cover my entire body as a result and my current "look". This song.. I sometimes think it was made just for me. Yet I know it is made for all of us. No matter the size of the scar, even if you feel guilty for your scar not being "worthy" of tears, this song heals and truly brings out the fight. "For we are glorious!" Mostrar menos 1.799 ור RESPONDER Ver 81 respuestasv
Family, Fast Food, and Food: Hace 2 meses
 Asking forgiveness in advance for the length, but hoping you will read it out. Thank you. I have stage 4 bone cancer. To make it a bit more icky, the tumor (5 cm) was found inside my right
 jawbone. The tissue was not showing any damage so it grew without being noticed. Only when it did finally start causing damage to the gum line did the biopsy's begin. On May 25th I was
 diagnosed with a 5 year prognosis. I've had more surgeries than I can count, scars all over my neck. The worst was having to have the entire right half of my jawbone removed and all the
 lower teeth except for the last 4 located at the far end of my left side. My bottom lip was sewn to the new gum tissue to encase it and keep it from infection. Yes, had chemo and radiation.
 My first surgery turned into 5 and my 10 hospital stay turned into 48. When I was finally allowed to come home, I rested for over a month. Cabin fever took it's toll and in November 2016, I
 decided I wanted to just go out and do something normal. So my hubby, 2 daughters and I decided to do our Thanksgiving shopping. As we approached the supermarket, I had my family stop
 at a fast food place to eat and told them to drop me off at the store. I had my cell phone and could start chipping away at the endless list of supplies for this special meal. As I was wandering
 around, I hadn't really thought of my appearance since I was so used to the way I was treated by family, hospital staff and friends. Reality was about to slap me. Iturned a corner and this
 man, mid 40°s I would guess, almost hit my cart, I quickly said "Opps.... sorry! and smiled. His eyes had a look of pure disgust and horror and his response; "Lady, I dont know what's wrong
 with you, but people who look like you should not be allowed in public!" I was so shocked, I couldn't even respond. A group of customers who were near enough to hear him, started yelling at
 him. I don't even remember what they said to him because I could only stare at him with tears. Not of anger or hurt, but of pity.. for him. I kept thinking that if anyone he loved, or even if he
 himself, were ever diagnosed with this awful disease, he would not be able to handle it. The quick ending, security took him out and he was banned from the store. Before they tossed him
 out, I was asked if I wanted to press charges (by then the police were there, it was quite the scene). I said no, and then told him what had raced through my mind. He left, but not without
 yelling and being self righteous about his right to an opinion, free speech. I was glad the police informed him that his idea of free speech was not protected since it was considered "hate
 speech" and verbal assault. Now, thanks to this amazing musical, I have working on a montage of pictures of myself taken per-diagnosis, post surgery (all of them) the scars that cover my
 entire body as a result and my current "look". This song.. I sometimes think it was made just for me. Yet I know it is made for all of us. No matter the size of the scar, even if you feel guilty for
 your scar not being "worthy" of tears, this song heals and truly brings out the fight. "For we are glorious!"
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Ass, Beijing, and College: r/dankmemes Of course When the teacher asks you to grade yourself 16.6k Share The 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, commonly known in mainland China as the June Fourth Incident (Chinese:六四事件, liùsi shìjiàn), were student-led demonstrations in Beijing (the capital of the People's Republic of China) in 1989 More broadly, it refers to the popul movement inspired by the Beijing protests during that period, sometimes called the '89 Democracy Movement (Chinese:八九民运bājiǔ mínyùn). The protests were forcibly suppressed after Chinese Premier Li Peng declared martial law. In what became known in the West as the Tiananmen Square Massacre, troops with automatic rifles and tanks fired at the demonstrators trying to block the military's advance towards Tiananmen Square. The number of civilian deaths has been estimated variously from 180 to 10,454 IO Set against a backdrop of rapid economic devel opment and social changes in post-Mao Zedong China, the protests reflected anxieties about the country's future in the popular consciousness and among the political elite. The reforms of the 1980s had led to a nascent market economy which benefitted some people, but seriously disaffected faced a challenge of legitimacy. Common grievances at the time included inflation, limited preparedness of graduates for the new economy and restrictions on political participation. The stu dents called for democracy, greater accountability freedom of the press and freedom of speech, though they were loosely organized and their oa ied.[6][7] At the height of the protests about 1 million people assembled in the Square As the protests developed, the authorities veered back and forth between conciliatory and hardline tactics, exposing deep divisions within the party leadership.[9] By May, a student-led hunger strike galvanized support for the demonstrators around the country and the protests spread to some 400 cities.[10] Ultimately, China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping and other Communist Party elders believed the protests to be a political threat and resolved to use force.[1 1][12] The State Council declared martial law on 20 May 20 and mobilized as many as 300,000 troops to Beijing [10] The troops suppressed the protests by firing at demo multiple protesters and leading to mas tors with automatic weapo kill ng res the days following The international community, human rights organizations and political analysts condemned the Chinese government for the violent response to the protests. Western countries imposed severe economic sanctions and arms embargoes on Chinese entities and offici the Chinese government verbally attacked the protestors and denounced Western nations who had imposed s response tions on China by accusing erference in China's rnal affairs which elicited heavier condemnation by the West. It made widespread arrests of protest upporters, suppressed other protest around China, expelled foreign jou sts ontrolled coverage of the events in the dome press, strengthened the police and internal security forces and demoted or purged officials t deemed sympathetic to the protests. More broadly, the suppression temporarily halted the policies of liberalization in the 1980s. Considered a watershed event, the prot political expression in China well into the 21st ce tury. Its memory is widely associated with ques- tioning the legitimacy of Communist Party rule and remains one of the most sensitive and most widely Iso set the limits on sored polit topics in ma nd China
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 The 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, commonly
 known in mainland China as the June Fourth
 Incident (Chinese:六四事件, liùsi shìjiàn), were
 student-led demonstrations in Beijing (the
 capital of the People's Republic of China) in 1989
 More broadly, it refers to the popul
 movement inspired by the Beijing protests during
 that period, sometimes called the '89 Democracy
 Movement (Chinese:八九民运bājiǔ mínyùn). The
 protests were forcibly suppressed after Chinese
 Premier Li Peng declared martial law. In what
 became known in the West as the Tiananmen
 Square Massacre, troops with automatic rifles and
 tanks fired at the demonstrators trying to block
 the military's advance towards Tiananmen Square.
 The number of civilian deaths has been estimated
 variously from 180 to 10,454
 IO
 Set against a backdrop of rapid economic devel
 opment and social changes in post-Mao Zedong
 China, the protests reflected anxieties about the
 country's future in the popular consciousness
 and among the political elite. The reforms of the
 1980s had led to a nascent market economy which
 benefitted some people, but seriously disaffected
 faced a challenge of legitimacy. Common
 grievances at the time included inflation, limited
 preparedness of graduates for the new economy
 and restrictions on political participation. The stu
 dents called for democracy, greater accountability
 freedom of the press and freedom of speech,
 though they were loosely organized and their
 oa
 ied.[6][7] At the height of the protests
 about 1 million people assembled in the Square
 As the protests developed, the authorities veered
 back and forth between conciliatory and hardline
 tactics, exposing deep divisions within the party
 leadership.[9] By May, a student-led hunger
 strike galvanized support for the demonstrators
 around the country and the protests spread to
 some 400 cities.[10] Ultimately, China's paramount
 leader Deng Xiaoping and other Communist
 Party elders believed the protests to be a political
 threat and resolved to use force.[1 1][12] The State
 Council declared martial law on 20 May 20 and
 mobilized as many as 300,000 troops to Beijing
 [10] The troops suppressed the protests by firing
 at demo
 multiple protesters and leading to mas
 tors with automatic weapo
 kill
 ng
 res
 the days following
 The international community, human rights
 organizations and political analysts condemned
 the Chinese government for the violent response
 to the protests. Western countries imposed
 severe economic sanctions and arms embargoes
 on Chinese entities and offici
 the Chinese government verbally attacked the
 protestors and denounced Western nations who
 had imposed s
 response
 tions on China by accusing
 erference in China's
 rnal affairs
 which elicited heavier condemnation by the
 West. It made widespread arrests of protest
 upporters, suppressed other protest
 around China, expelled foreign jou
 sts
 ontrolled coverage of the events in the dome
 press, strengthened the police and internal
 security forces and demoted or purged officials
 t deemed sympathetic to the protests. More
 broadly, the suppression temporarily halted the
 policies of liberalization in the 1980s. Considered a
 watershed event, the prot
 political expression in China well into the 21st ce
 tury. Its memory is widely associated with ques-
 tioning the legitimacy of Communist Party rule and
 remains one of the most sensitive and most widely
 Iso set the limits on
 sored polit
 topics in ma
 nd China
She Knows, Sorry, and Yo: s: M.111 95% 10:47 PM r/Voicey Posted b u + SUBSCRIBE ES thinks everything own is ners I'm on Mobile, so I'm sorry in advance for any mistakes. This is also not a 'Parent' story, but I don't think there is an Entitled Sister subreddit. Cast: ES-Entitled Sister, ME-me, duh, MOM-Mom I live with an ES. Every day I find her with stuff that isn't hers. But today was different. She had something that had an ENORMOUS amount of emotional attachment. She had my IPod ME- walks in room to see ES scrolling through pics, getting dangerously close to the Davekat smut I saved Me- "Yo, what are you doing with my IPod?'" ES- "Sorry DaughterOfDualscar, but this is MY IPod. See, it's my silver one!!" She held it up, and it was indeed silver, but there was one problem... I wrote my name on the back. And all of my pictures were on it. So there was solid proof that it was mine. Me- "Give it back." ES- "NEVER >:)" Me- gets mom and tells her about ES MOM- * walks into room* "ES, let me see that IPod" ES- "Noo0000 it's MINE!! DaughterOfDualscar is LYING!!" Mom takes it from her and flips IPod over, seeing my name in my signature sharpie color, bright fuckin teal Mom- "Then why Is her name on the back?" ES- "BU-BUT..." Me- "And isn'tthat my Zombie shirt you are wearing?" points at the obviously oversized shirt she was wearing. It was also my favorite shirt, and she knows better than to take it. ES- "Well it was just lying on your bed, so I thought I could 1 13 ShareAward Add a comment
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 M.111 95%
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 Posted b u
 + SUBSCRIBE
 ES thinks everything own is ners
 I'm on Mobile, so I'm sorry in advance for any
 mistakes. This is also not a 'Parent' story, but I don't
 think there is an Entitled Sister subreddit. Cast:
 ES-Entitled Sister, ME-me, duh, MOM-Mom
 I live with an ES. Every day I find her with stuff
 that isn't hers. But today was different. She had
 something that had an ENORMOUS amount of
 emotional attachment. She had my IPod
 ME- walks in room to see ES scrolling through pics,
 getting dangerously close to the Davekat smut I
 saved Me- "Yo, what are you doing with my IPod?'"
 ES- "Sorry DaughterOfDualscar, but this is MY
 IPod. See, it's my silver one!!" She held it up, and it
 was indeed silver, but there was one problem... I
 wrote my name on the back. And all of my pictures
 were on it. So there was solid proof that it was
 mine. Me- "Give it back." ES- "NEVER >:)" Me- gets
 mom and tells her about ES MOM- * walks into
 room* "ES, let me see that IPod" ES- "Noo0000
 it's MINE!! DaughterOfDualscar is LYING!!" Mom
 takes it from her and flips IPod over, seeing my
 name in my signature sharpie color, bright fuckin
 teal Mom- "Then why Is her name on the back?"
 ES- "BU-BUT..." Me- "And isn'tthat my Zombie shirt
 you are wearing?" points at the obviously oversized
 shirt she was wearing. It was also my favorite shirt,
 and she knows better than to take it. ES- "Well
 it was just lying on your bed, so I thought I could
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Children, Family, and Juvenile: Vaccines are a medical invention that saved thousands However, we have progressed to the point in medicine where we should be able to track any adverse eventsas a medical professional you know that every drug/medical device on the planet has a subset of patients that are contraindicated for that drug compromised immune system, liver issues, heart issues, etc... The problem with vaccines is that we don't do that. I am all for vaccines but I want people to be offered an alternative schedule if they have or had issues or a family history. Basically I want good science to prevail over money or herd mentality after the second HPV vaccine and was left bed ridden for a year. We know from the vaccine injury courts that vaccines can be dangerou:s even deadly for a subset of the population and we need to educate people regarding these events rather than sweeping them under the rug and fear mongering uffered a vaccine injury Like Reply 1d Measles can be serious Some people think of measles as just a little rash and fever that clears up in a few days, but measles can cause serious health complications, especially in children younger than 5 years of age There is no way to tell in advance the severity of the symptoms your child will experience About 1 in 4 people in the U.S. who get measles will be hospitalized 1 out of every 1,000 people with measles will develop brain sweling which could lead to brain damage 1 or 2 out of 1,000 people with measles will die, even with the best care People get hit by vehicles when crossing the street, but this doesn't mean we should not teach our children to cross safely. I think your comment is dangerous and makes parents fearful of getting their children vaccinated. Comments like these are unfounded. Yes children with HIV or juvenile idiopathic arthritis should take different precautions to protect them from measles but the reality is, if healthy children don't get vaccinated, it puts this population of children with autoimmune disorders more at risk. Additionally, when an outbreak occurs, everyone that wasn't previously vaccinated when they were scheduled, suddenly wants to become vaccinated which leaves a shortage for communities Like Reply 20h Edited
Children, Family, and Juvenile: Vaccines are a medical invention that saved thousands
 However, we have progressed to the point in medicine where we
 should be able to track any adverse eventsas a medical
 professional you know that every drug/medical device on the planet
 has a subset of patients that are contraindicated for that drug
 compromised immune system, liver issues, heart issues, etc... The
 problem with vaccines is that we don't do that. I am all for vaccines
 but I want people to be offered an alternative schedule if they have
 or had issues or a family history. Basically I want good science to
 prevail over money or herd mentality
 after the second HPV vaccine and was left bed ridden for a year. We
 know from the vaccine injury courts that vaccines can be dangerou:s
 even deadly for a subset of the population and we need to educate
 people regarding these events rather than sweeping them under the
 rug and fear mongering
 uffered a vaccine injury
 Like Reply 1d
 Measles can be serious
 Some people think of measles as just a little rash and fever that
 clears up in a few days, but measles can cause serious health
 complications, especially in children younger than 5 years of age
 There is no way to tell in advance the severity of the symptoms your
 child will experience
 About 1 in 4 people in the U.S. who get measles will be hospitalized
 1 out of every 1,000 people with measles will develop brain sweling
 which could lead to brain damage
 1 or 2 out of 1,000 people with measles will die, even with the best
 care
 People get hit by vehicles when crossing the street, but this doesn't
 mean we should not teach our children to cross safely. I think your
 comment is dangerous and makes parents fearful of getting their
 children vaccinated. Comments like these are unfounded. Yes
 children with HIV or juvenile idiopathic arthritis should take different
 precautions to protect them from measles but the reality is, if healthy
 children don't get vaccinated, it puts this population of children with
 autoimmune disorders more at risk. Additionally, when an outbreak
 occurs, everyone that wasn't previously vaccinated when they were
 scheduled, suddenly wants to become vaccinated which leaves a
 shortage for communities
 Like Reply 20h Edited