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Thursday, March 23, 2017

A Male To Female Transgender Should Not Compete With Women

Women Cry Foul After ‘Trans’ Weightlifter Crushes Competition in Australia

(LifeSiteNews) A male-to-female “trans” weightlifter sparked controversy with his win in the women’s over-90 kg division at an Australian International competition last weekend.
Women Cry Foul After ‘Trans’ Weightlifter Crushes Competition in Australia
Gavin ‘Laurel’ Hubbard/IMAGE: LifeSiteNews
Gavin Hubbard, who uses the name Laurel, dominated the field, beating the runner-up, a biological woman, by nearly 20 kg. Some competitors complained that he had an unfair advantage.
The inclusion of Hubbard in the female competition prompted a call for a separate category for male-to-female “tran athletes.” Deborah Acason of the Australian Weightlifting Federation told local news media, “It’s difficult when you don’t believe you’re in that situation and being in an even playing field.”
“We’ve got two categories here, it’s been great that women can do the sport of weightlifting. But I think we need to look at a decision where we can give people in this situation … a category where everyone can compete on an even playing field,” Acason said.
The 39-year-old Hubbard competed at the national level as a male in New Zealand before changing his gender to female in his mid-30s. He then became the first “transgender” athlete to land a spot on the national team and win an event. Hubbard lifted a combined weight of 268 kg, or 19 kg more than Iuniarra Sipaia of Samoa. He also set four “unofficial” national records that were held by biological females and moved closer to qualifying for the 2017 Commonwealth Games.
“We all deserve to be on an even playing field,” a weightlifter told New Zealand’s 1News Now. “It’s difficult when you believe that you’re not. If it’s not even, why are we doing the sport?”
Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand justified its selection of Hubbard, the son of a former Auckland mayor, on the grounds that it conformed to International Olympic Committee standards. The rules call for a male competing as a female to have testosterone levels significantly below those of males for at least a year before competing against females. Previously, genital surgery was also required….

Like Clinton, It Is Not Good To A Friend/Enemy Of Putin

Russian MP and Putin critic ASSASSINATED in the street

A TOP Russain politician has been gunned down in broad daylight in the middle of a busy street.

Turkey's Foreign Minister: Holy wars will begin in Europe

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Denis Voronenkov was killed as he walked along the road in Kiev, Ukraine, police have said.
Shocking pictures show the dead man bleeding out as members of the public look on.
He and his security guard were reportedly murdered by an unidentified gunman at the entrance of an upmarket hotel in the Ukrainian capital.
Denis Voronenkov shot in KievTWITTER
SHOT: Denis Voronenkov was shot on a busy street in Kiev
Russian MP killed in UkraineTWITTER
KILLED: The former Russian lawmaker was killed and his bodyguard injured
Denis Voronenkov killed in KievALAMY
MURDERED: Putin critic and ex-lawmaker Denis Voronenkov was killed in Ukraine
Voronenkov, 45, was an ex-member of the communist faction in the lower house of the Russian parliament.
He fled to Ukraine last Autumn after fearing for his life as an outspoken critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
He famously once compared Putin's government to "Nazi Germany".
The former MP left Russia with his wife, singer Maria Maksakova, who was also involved in politics.
Voronenkov was reportedly on his way to meet Ilya Ponomarev, also an exiled ex-Russian MP.
Ponomarev wrote on Facebook: “I have no words. The security guard was able to injure the attacker.
"The potential theory is obvious. Voronenko was not a crook, but an investigator who was fatally dangerous to Russian authorities.”
Russian MP killed in KievTWITTER
KILLED: The politician's plain clothes security guard was also reportedly shot dead
Kiev's police chief, Andriy Grishchenko, said he could "confirm" the assassination.
He added that the injured killer has been caught but gave no further details of his identity, saying: "The killer is under protection, he is given priority medical assistance."
However, just hours later, police sources confirmed the suspected assassin had died in hospital.
Voronenkov renounced his Russian citizenship after he fled in October 2016, saying he was forced to leave after being persecuted by Russian security agencies.
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EXILED: Ex-Russian MP Denis Voronenkov with his wife, singer Maria Maksakova
The killing will raise fears of tensions between Russia and Ukraine deepening.
The countries have been at loggerheads since the annexation of Crimea in 2014 by Russian forces.
Ukraine's president, Petro Poroshenko, called the head of the security services for a meeting just after the killing.
And Ukraine’s prosecutor general, Yuri Lutsenko, wrote on social media that the murder was “the usual kind of Kremlin retribution”.
But the Kremlin has released a statement denying any involvement, saying accusations of the like are "absurd".
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WIFE: Denis Voronenkov's singer wife Maria Maksakova was pictured distressed today
Police sources in Kiev also claimed the Russian secret services may be behind the shooting, adding was a key witness in a treason case against deposed Ukrainian president and Putin ally Viktor Yanukovych.
Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Ministry, said: "It is an ordered political murder, made for the purpose of intimidating all those Russian deputies and officials who try to escape from Russia to the West or to Ukraine."
The aim was to gag people like him who try to "tell the truth about how the punitive Russian apparatus works".
He added: "He was killed in retaliation for the fact that he and his wife gave truthful testimony about how the annexation of the Crimea and the attack on the Donbass was prepared."
Ms Maksakova fainted after arriving at the scene of the shooting.
She is believed to be pregnant.
Russian MP killed in KievREUTERS
SHOT: He was gunned down in broad daylight on a busy Kiev street
“Voronenko was not a crook, but an investigator who was fatally dangerous to Russian authorities”
Ilya Ponomarev, Exiled Putin critic
President Putin is accused of being behind the deaths of numerous vocal critics.
Former Russian secret service officer Alexander Litvinenko is one of the most high-profile assassinations linked to the Russian leader.
In 2006, the London-resident was poisoned using the radioactive substance, polonium-210 – supposedly slipped into a drink by Russian spies.

Trump Was Spied On!

Trump Is 100% Vindicated On Wiretapping, and 7 Other Things You Should Know

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1. Yes, Trump Is 100% Vindicated On Wiretapping
Yeppers, I said 100% vindicated, and those who disagree are either being
stubbornly hyper-literal about the word "wiretap," or the placing of a
"physical wiretap," or Obama himself placing the wiretap, or standing by
 the point Ben Shapiro makes that Trump is still wrong because
 the surveillance was "incidental."
I'll touch on the "incidental" issue at length in the points below, but to
 immediately address Ben's argument, even if the collection was
incidental, once the unmasking and dissemination of that "incidental"
information occurs, that is the Obama administration illegally targeting
Trump using surveillance, and that is the exact same thing as outright
spying. And being illegally spied on was, of course, Trump's overall claim.
As far as the THIS WASN'T A WIRETAP nonsense, it reminds me of
 someone accusing a 70-year-old (Trump's age) of lying when he claims
 someone stole his record collection after the bad guy is found only
 with the old man's iPod.  You said records! Where's the vinyl! Where's
 the vinyl! Where's the vinyl!

Not for a second did I imagine Trump meant an actual physical phone tap --
you know, like you'd see Mike Connors do on "Mannix." Welcome to the
21st Century, pedants!
Anyway, if we're going to obsess over definitions, this is an excerpt from
 a 2010 MIT book called "Privacy On The Line," which clearly shows
 that the word "wiretap" fits the exact definition we are talking about:
Wiretapping is the traditional term for interception of telephone conversations. This should not be taken too literally. The word is no longer restricted to communications traveling by wire, and contemporary wiretaps are more commonly placed on radio links [ed. cell phones] or inside telephone offices. The meaning has also broadened in that the thing being tapped need no longer be a telephone call in the classic sense; it may be some other form of electronic communication, such as a fax or data.
Compared with the more precise but more general phrase "communications interception," the word "wiretapping" has two connotations. Much the strong of these is that a wiretap is aimed at a particular target, in sharp contrast to the "vacuum cleaner" interception widely practiced by national intelligence agencies. The weaker connotation is that it is being done by the police.  [ed. Big hat tip to Stuart Dean]
And that is precisely what the Obama administration did. I'll make this point
clearer below, but for now put yourself in Trump's shoes…
1) The leaking is everywhere, including Mike Flynn's telephone calls and
 the President's own calls with foreign leaders.
2) The media knows about all the palace intrigue.
3) Media report after media report actually reveal that the Obama
administration obtained surveillance warrants on you and/or your team.
The New York Times reports that the Obama White House is looking at
your "wiretap intel."
So, yes, unless you want to argue with MIT or become so painfully literal
 we all have to talk like a Vulcan, Trump was 100% correct about Obama
 "tapping his wires." Incidentally or not, his wires were tapped, and then
the surveillance was intentionally made not-so incidental through the
 illegal act of unmasking, disseminating, and worst of all, the horrific act
 of leaking classified information to the media for purely partisan purposes.
And according to no less than CNN, it was Trump's transition team that
was "picked up," and where was his transition team?
Trump Tower.
2. "Incidental," My Aunt Fanny
Sorry, no.
Not for a moment do I believe the Obama administration "inadvertently" or
 "incidentally captured" Team Trump communications.
What? -- and then they "inadvertently" (and illegally) "unmasked" the Trump
staffer not named on the surveillance warrant; and then "inadvertently"
 disseminated information (that had nothing to do with Russia) throughout
 the intelligence community; and then "inadvertently" leaked to the media
 information coming from Trump's transition team, information that included
 communications about Trump's own family, and almost certainly
included game-planning the first 100 days?
I don't believe that anymore than I believe the IRS "inadvertently swept up"
 conservative groups for crippling, Kafka-esque persecution while Hail
Satan high school clubs sailed through the same tax-exempt process.
Let's not be stupid.
3. Obama's Creepy History of Manipulating the FISA System
In order to spy on James Rosen of Fox News, Obama's Attorney General
 Eric Holder named him as a criminal co-conspirator and, quite incredibly,
a flight risk. This gave the Obama administration "legal" access not only to
 Rosen's emails but Rosen's parents' phone records.
According to numerous media reports, going back to last summer,
the Obama administration applied for a warrant to "monitor" members of
 Trump's team. They were turned down. In October, however, while the
election was still on (another claim of Trump's was that the spying occurred
during the election), a surveillance warrant was granted.
Another trick the Obama Administration could have played was to ask for
 surveillance warrants of those who they believed Team Trump might be
 speaking with. Using this end-run, they could then still monitor Trump
 and enjoy "plausible deniability" when the truth was revealed.
Regardless of how it was collected, once Team Trump communications
were "unmasked" and disseminated, that is when the illegal spying began.
The leaks to the public through the media (which was almost certainly done
by Obama appointees and partisans) are just icing on the felonious cake.
4. This Was Political Spying; This Was a Successful Watergate Bugging
The whole point behind the Watergate break-in was to bug the headquarters
 of the Democrat National Committee simply for the sake of political advantage
 -- to find out what the other side was up to.
That is exactly what happened here, and there is little doubt in my mind that
 was the Obama administration's intent all along, especially after Trump won,
which would explain why the bulk of the spying appears to have occurred
 during the transition.  
5. The National Media Knew All of This and Covered It Up
The media knew!
Say it loud, say it proud!
The media knew!
Of course the media knew what the Obama administration had done.
First off, when they thought the news would hurt Trump, the national media
 publicly reported on the fact that the Obama administration
 had spied on Team Trump. It was only after that knowledge became
 a liability for Precious Barry that the media pretended otherwise. In other
words, they LIED.
Why do you think I was such a dog with a bone with that story? Because
 the media knew the Obama administration had spied on Trump and then
 tried to pretend otherwise.  
Secondly, who do you think most benefited from all of this surveillance intel?
Of course it was the media. They are the ones who got the intel, reported it
out (unnamed sources), including transcripts of phone calls that could have
 only come from -- wait for it, wait for it -- wiretaps!
While the national media was receiving information that could have only
 come from surveillance; while the media was drinking white wine with their
Deep State Source and chortling over the illegally obtained communications
about Trump's family; while the media was using this Intel to plot its own
 strategy to undermine Trump's agenda -- THEY WERE SMEARING
6. Devin Nunes Handled This Exactly Right
We don’t live in Candyland. We live in a hard, cold world where leaks, illegal
surveillance, and the entire infrastructure of the national media are coordinating
to destroy and remove a duly elected American president.
You want to play by some idealized version of The Rules while CNN's
Jake Tapper is stopping the world from turning using BREAKING FAKE
 NEWS based on what he knows are lies?
I'm sorry, but losing like a gentleman when your country is at stake is
 no virtue.
By breaking the news about the Obama Administration's 
surveillance on members of Trump's transition team, and
 doing so in the most dramatic and disruptive way imaginable, Nunes
 beat these evil bastards at their own evil game.
We all know what would have happened had Nunes gone through proper
 channels -- the truth would have been smothered like an unloved stepchild
 until it was dead.
7. CNN Is a Deep State Propaganda Arm
It is no coincidence that just hours after Nunes dropped his bombshell
 that we all saw left-wing CNN try to change the subject by turning 
Nothingburger into a Somethingburger.
CNN's breathless, BREAKING NON-NEWS report last night about
 possibly, perhaps, maybe this kinda mighta happened, was not only an
 embarrassment to CNN, but whoever their likely F.B.I. sources are.
Here is CNN's idea of news, with my emphasis:
The FBI has information that indicates associates of

President Donald Trump communicated with suspected 

Russian operatives to possibly coordinate the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign, US officials told CNN.
The Nunes bombshell might have just outed F.B.I. director James Comey as
a liar, maybe even a perjurer. In response, working hand-in-hand with the
 most unethical news outlet in America, the Deep State fired off a sad,
 little *squeak* squirrel.
Whether it is through a phony scandal  or outright assassination, CNN
 wants Trump gone, and in order to achieve that, The Least Trusted
Name In News is willing to conspire with Deep State disinformation
 propaganda or create an outright climate of hate.
8. The F.B.I. Investigation Into RussiaGate Is Now Tainted
If Nunes is correct, we'll know more on Friday, then it appears as though
 the F.B.I. director lied about the Trump surveillance. At best, he was highly
 and intentionally deceptive.
We are also being told that the F.B.I. is now refusing to cooperate in
 this matter.
When you combine this with the Nothingburger CNN leak that likely came
 from the F.B.I. last night, there is no question the entire F.B.I. is politicized,
which means its entire investigation into RussiGate is already compromised.