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    The Tea Party are NOT are right wing organisation. Being conservative doesn't make you right wing. Please stop this nonsense. Their main aims are to reduce the national debt, and lower taxes, and members included prominent political members.

    The left must stop lying, or atleast stop falling for the MSM and verify information themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    ^^ assumes about half of hardline white racists bother to vote, in line with the general population.
    Assumes? This is where your point falls apart. Assumptions are not facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    The Tea Party are NOT are right wing organisation. Being conservative doesn't make you right wing. Please stop this nonsense. Their main aims are to reduce the national debt, and lower taxes, and members included prominent political members.

    The left must stop lying, or atleast stop falling for the MSM and verify information themselves.
    Oh yeah, but apparently it’s quite alright to label anyone who disagrees with you as a liberal loon...

    Hypocrite much?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    The Tea Party are NOT are right wing organisation. Being conservative doesn't make you right wing. Please stop this nonsense. Their main aims are to reduce the national debt, and lower taxes, and members included prominent political members.

    The left must stop lying, or atleast stop falling for the MSM and verify information themselves.


    Thatís one for the ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajdeep View Post
    Absolutely hilarious generalization and sums up everything that is wrong with left liberals today. Always living in a parallel universe which dosen't exists. So any protest done by whites is to oppress and blacks for liberty? Wow

    First do racial generalization like this and then wonder why people like Donald Trump's creeps up every now & then.
    @Rajdeep - Have you got the guts to apologise for this blatant misquotation or are you just gonna do a runner ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post


    That’s one for the ages.
    Up there "with FDR was murdered by Jewish doctors".

    Forget that his systolic BP was 240...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post


    Thatís one for the ages.
    Explain why.

    According to your warped logic, anyone voting for Tories is right wing.

    Like I said, your definition of right-wing is utterly diluted and broad, and you highlight aswell as exhbit the problem with the left, and why the left are the reason for division among society.

    The basis of your entire ideology is based on a generalisation which is why you too have flip-flopped when your logic is challenged and proven to be flawed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    lol yep.

    I know the number of coloured people but cant state this until those provide the number of 'far right'. Because you give them the number, they will add a 100 and say more far right.
    It's simple, you don't agree with the LL, you're a racist. You don't agree with their political view, you're a racist. Don't vote the same way they do, you're a racist. Vote Republican, you're a racist.

    Here's the reality - no one in the West will respect blacks until blacks respect their own.

    The victim card has run its course, considering just how succesful POC are in the West.

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    What a bunch of baloney. I feel sorry for some of you kids and the way you think about politics. So much full of hate and arrogance. Unbelievable. Only someone who did t get much love as a child would have such hateful disposition.

    I feel sorry for some of you here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    Explain why.

    According to your warped logic, anyone voting for Tories is right wing.

    Like I said, your definition of right-wing is utterly diluted and broad, and you highlight aswell as exhbit the problem with the left, and why the left are the reason for division among society.

    The basis of your entire ideology is based on a generalisation which is why you too have flip-flopped when your logic is challenged and proven to be flawed.

    Of course

    On the left-right political axis we have socialism and capitalism. Right wing means trusting the markets to sort everything out, privatisation small state, strong defence. Left wing means socialism, nationalisation, big state.

    Thatcher was right wing, Major less right wing but still right of centre, Johnson very right wing. Biden is right wing, about where Major was, Trump a lot further right.

    One the top-down axis we have authoritarianism vs liberalism. Extreme authoritarian states include Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany, Kymer Rouge. Soviet Russia was also far less as well as authoritarian. Nazi Germany was not very right wing, more economicall centrist really. Liberal states include Norway, Sweden and Finland - and Ireland too, of late.

    UK at the last general election: https://www.politicalcompass.org/uk2019

    US last election: [URL="https://www.politicalcompass.org/uselection2020"]https://www.politicalcompass.org/uselection2020[/UR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Of course

    On the left-right political axis we have socialism and capitalism. Right wing means trusting the markets to sort everything out, privatisation small state, strong defence. Left wing means socialism, nationalisation, big state.

    Thatcher was right wing, Major less right wing but still right of centre, Johnson very right wing. Biden is right wing, about where Major was, Trump a lot further right.

    One the top-down axis we have authoritarianism vs liberalism. Extreme authoritarian states include Soviet Russia, Nazi Germany, Kymer Rouge. Soviet Russia was also far less as well as authoritarian. Nazi Germany was not very right wing, more economicall centrist really. Liberal states include Norway, Sweden and Finland - and Ireland too, of late.

    UK at the last general election: https://www.politicalcompass.org/uk2019

    US last election: [URL="https://www.politicalcompass.org/uselection2020"]https://www.politicalcompass.org/uselection2020[/UR
    Your first paragraph is wrong.

    Socialism and capitalism are the complete opposite.

    Socialism means relying on the state, and capitalism means the exact opposite, meritocracy .This is the very reason Biden the capitalist beat Sanders the Socialist despite representing the left.

    The fact you have associated right-wing with Nazism above is the very point I have been stating, according to the left, being rightwing means being racist.

    You're entire arguments against Trump is based on him being a racist, not right wing.

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    PS: Robert you've grouped the Tea Party with far right groups. You are essentially saying the TP are level with KKK, you are wrong through and through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    Your first paragraph is wrong.

    Socialism and capitalism are the complete opposite.

    Socialism means relying on the state, and capitalism means the exact opposite, meritocracy .This is the very reason Biden the capitalist beat Sanders the Socialist despite representing the left.

    The fact you have associated right-wing with Nazism above is the very point I have been stating, according to the left, being rightwing means being racist.

    You're entire arguments against Trump is based on him being a racist, not right wing.
    Correction : I meant representing Democrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    Your first paragraph is wrong.

    Socialism and capitalism are the complete opposite.
    .
    Yes, that’s why they are on opposite ends of the left-right axis. Socialism is left, capitalist is right.

    Nazi Germany was a tick to the right on the left-right scale while extremely authoritarian. Not as far right as Johnson, because they didn’t believe in free trade / international markets - they were autarkists. They were extremely racist without being very right wing. Though if you tell a socialist that, he will scream blue murder.

    Racists are not necessarily economic right wingers - Tommy Robinson would not be a free marketeer for instance - but they tend to vote for right wing parties because said parties (and individuals like Trump) are good at dog whistling to their prejudices and giving them a sense of belonging.

    It will be a lot easier to understand if you look at the links.

    Help me out here @Markhor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Yes, thatís why they are on opposite ends of the left-right axis. Socialism is left, capitalist is right.

    Nazi Germany was a tick to the right on the left-right scale while extremely authoritarian. Not as far right as Johnson, because they didnít believe in free trade / international markets - they were autarkists. They were extremely racist without being very right wing. Though if you tell a socialist that, he will scream blue murder.

    Racists are not necessarily economic right wingers - Tommy Robinson would not be a free marketeer for instance - but they tend to vote for right wing parties because said parties (and individuals like Trump) are good at dog whistling to their prejudices and giving them a sense of belonging.

    It will be a lot easier to understand if you look at the links.

    Help me out here @Markhor.
    It would be easier if you were honest and not desperate to prove a point.

    KKWC was right. The left would add anything to bolster the figures. He asked users to guess how many far right members voted for Trump, you added the Tea Party.

    Also if capitalism is right, that makes Biden a right-winger too, which means, you're right wing in supporting Biden.
    Last edited by Technics 1210; 24th January 2021 at 00:09.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    PS: Robert you've grouped the Tea Party with far right groups. You are essentially saying the TP are level with KKK, you are wrong through and through.
    The KKK is a Protestant, racist, antiMuslim and antiSemitic movement on the populist right and so would naturally gravitate to Trumpism.

    The Tea Party is a fiscal conservative movement within the Republican Party and on the right of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    The KKK is a Protestant, racist, antiMuslim and antiSemitic movement on the populist right and so would naturally gravitate to Trumpism.

    The Tea Party is a fiscal conservative movement within the Republican Party and on the right of it.
    No, he asked for far right groups. Tea Party is not far right. A party asking to lower debt, and taxes, is not far right by any stretch of the imagination.

    I don't need to know what the KKk stand for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    It would be easier if you were honest and not desperate to prove a point.

    KKWC was right. The left would add anything to bolster the figures. He asked users to guess how many far right members voted for Trump, you added the Tea Party.

    Also if capitalism is right, that makes Biden a right-winger too.
    I’m just trying to help you understand.

    Of course Biden is on the right, as I said further up this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    No, he asked for far right groups. Tea Party is not far right. A party asking to lower debt, and taxes, is not far right by any stretch of the imagination.

    I don't need to know what the KKk stand for.
    I would avoid the term “far right” as it is not accurate. Fascists are not particularly right wing, as I stated further up. But racists tend to vote for right wing parties, for the identitarian reason I gave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    I’m just trying to help you understand.

    Of course Biden is on the right, as I said further up this thread.
    Okay. So it's clear voters/supporters of Biden represent the right-wing.

    So the only difference between Trump and Biden is that Trump is more towards the right.

    I don't see you as left anymore seeing as you support Biden.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    Okay. So it's clear voters/supporters of Biden represent the right-wing.

    So the only difference between Trump and Biden is that Trump is more towards the right.

    I don't see you as left anymore seeing as you support Biden.
    I wouldn’t vote for him if he was a UK politician. I see him as more reasonable than Trump.

    I haven’t been a left winger since university. On the UK left-right axis I am pretty much in the middle. A radical centrist, if you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    I wouldn’t vote for him if he was a UK politician. I see him as more reasonable than Trump.

    I haven’t been a left winger since university. On the UK left-right axis I am pretty much in the middle. A radical centrist, if you like.
    Then why do you have an issue with me describing certain factions of the left in certain terms if you're not a left winger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    Then why do you have an issue with me describing certain factions of the left in certain terms if you're not a left winger?
    Remind me - can you be specific on said factions and terms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Remind me - can you be specific on said factions and terms?
    The extreme left ideology is a nuisance to society.
    Last edited by The Viper; 24th January 2021 at 02:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    About 6% of the American population are part of the aggregated Tea Party / militia / Proud Boys / KKK axis. Itís safe to say that they are almost exclusively white and all vote Trump. Works out at about nine million of his 75 million supporters.

    Whereas 18% of male blacks and 5% of female blacks voted Trump. As the black population is about 15% of total, that means four million black males and about one million black females voted Trump.

    Therefore the number of overt white racists voting Trump outweighs the number of blacks voting Trump by about two to one.
    Poor reasoning.

    Not all far right vote, this figures includes all of Americans. You have no proof all of them voting let alone voted for Trump. Many far right dont vote, they are against the voting system or feel the likes of Trump isnt extreme enough, e.g he supports Jewish people etc.

    The Far Right Represents Only 6% of U.S.
    https://fortune.com/2018/10/22/far-r...on-study-says/

    Add millions of Latinos and other ethnicities Asian, Indian, Arab, etc. Around half a million Cubans alone in Florida voted for Trump.

    Ill stick with more people of colour voted for Trump over the far right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Poor reasoning.

    Not all far right vote, this figures includes all of Americans. You have no proof all of them voting let alone voted for Trump. Many far right dont vote, they are against the voting system or feel the likes of Trump isnt extreme enough, e.g he supports Jewish people etc.



    https://fortune.com/2018/10/22/far-r...on-study-says/

    Add millions of Latinos and other ethnicities Asian, Indian, Arab, etc. Around half a million Cubans alone in Florida voted for Trump.

    Ill stick with more people of colour voted for Trump over the far right.
    Yes but by yourself own logic, it means nothing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    The extreme left ideology is a nuisance to society.
    In the UK? Yeah, they don’t contribute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    In the UK? Yeah, they don’t contribute.
    Why does it matter if the UK?

    Anyway, there is no centre anymore in Western politics, because thanks to the generalisation by the LL (in both UK/USA), you're either right, or left, depending on who/what one voted for.
    Last edited by The Viper; 24th January 2021 at 05:56.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    In the UK? Yeah, they don’t contribute.
    Extremes of any sort don’t contribute much positive regardless of where.

    In fact they don’t get much traction in the US .. Bernie is considered extreme left and he has struggled to establish substantial support. Trump .. far right.. won, but the people soon realized what he was all about and voted for the other guy.

    I believe sensible nations tend to stay away from the poles which is why they don’t amount to much.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie View Post
    Extremes of any sort don’t contribute much positive regardless of where.

    In fact they don’t get much traction in the US .. Bernie is considered extreme left and he has struggled to establish substantial support. Trump .. far right.. won, but the people soon realized what he was all about and voted for the other guy.

    I believe sensible nations tend to stay away from the poles which is why they don’t amount to much.
    Bernie is only seen as a leftie in the States, because the Overton window has shifted so far to the right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie View Post
    What a bunch of baloney. I feel sorry for some of you kids and the way you think about politics. So much full of hate and arrogance. Unbelievable. Only someone who did t get much love as a child would have such hateful disposition.

    I feel sorry for some of you here.
    I did try to warn you.

    Itís hilarious that you guys are trying to provide rational arguments and presenting evidence.

    Do you actually think these guys read any material, let alone understand it?

    They are simply regurgitating sound bites from the sources I mentioned. Well @Technics 1210 is.

    @KingKhanWC is merely parroting what he hears in his very insular, closed social loop, which never hears an opposing view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miandadrules View Post
    I did try to warn you.

    It’s hilarious that you guys are trying to provide rational arguments and presenting evidence.

    Do you actually think these guys read any material, let alone understand it?

    They are simply regurgitating sound bites from the sources I mentioned. Well @Technics 1210 is.

    @KingKhanWC is merely parroting what he hears in his very insular, closed social loop, which never hears an opposing view.
    I am starting to see that now and you are right. Honestly speaking in all my years here, I have rarely seen anybody and I mean ANYBODY concede a point on these boards.

    I might be generalizing but us Pakistanis by nature are very rigid in our views. I do my best to keep my mind open but I sometimes also have trouble accepting any good done by the Nawaz Sharifs, Zerdaris, Modi’s, Putins and trumps of the world. Haha
    I guess that’s the way it goes.
    But my pet peeve around these discussions lately is how some people want to, be default, paint you with a wide brush and label you a radical lefty.. just because you hated trump and his policies.


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    ĎDark Moneyí Helped Pave Joe Bidenís Path to the White House
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...he-white-house

    After trying to ban the practise for years, and pouring scorn over Trump in 2020 for accepting dark money donations, it has been revealed the Democrats, and Biden embraced the practise.

    Hypocrits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhanWC View Post
    Poor reasoning.

    Not all far right vote, this figures includes all of Americans. You have no proof all of them voting let alone voted for Trump. Many far right dont vote, they are against the voting system or feel the likes of Trump isnt extreme enough, e.g he supports Jewish people etc.



    https://fortune.com/2018/10/22/far-r...on-study-says/

    Add millions of Latinos and other ethnicities Asian, Indian, Arab, etc. Around half a million Cubans alone in Florida voted for Trump.

    Ill stick with more people of colour voted for Trump over the far right.
    Get real, man.

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    Basically be a third term of the Obama Administration. And a lot of embarrassing gaffes.

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    No real expectations. Perhaps a softer tone than the orange idiot and maybe tougher on Arabs slightly. The imperial American machine won't stop for anyone though. Despite what his fans say Trump pushed along the imperial agenda significantly and sleepy will keep the motor running, maybe at a slower pace.

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    Biden raises vaccination goal to 1.5m a day after criticism

    After criticism that his original goal was not bold enough, US President Joe Biden has said he expects the US will soon be able to vaccinate 1.5 million people a day.

    He had announced last week that 1m vaccines would be administered daily in the first 100 days of his presidency.

    But some media noted the US had already nearly reached that target under the Trump administration.

    Mr Biden also renewed Trump-era Covid bans on Monday, adding South Africa.

    Read more: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-55805428


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    He has

    - created incentives for private ownership of electric cars, especially for lower income Americans

    - instructed DoJ to begin closing for-profit prisons, thereby eliminating the 19th Amendment loophole that still allows slavery

    - stated that a USA/UK trade deal is conditional on UK rejoining the EU, embarrassing Johnson.

    This is what I call a POTUS! He has guts, and decency and a guiding principle, and he moves. He know he has just got the four years and is making the last stand of his long political life.

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    Biden raises election meddling with Putin in first phone call

    US President Joe Biden has warned Russian leader Vladimir Putin about election meddling in their first call as counterparts, the White House says.

    The conversation also included a discussion about the ongoing opposition protests in Russia.

    A Kremlin statement did not refer to any points of friction, saying the call was "business-like and frank".

    Both leaders reportedly signalled willingness to renew the countries' last remaining nuclear deal.

    Former US President Donald Trump sometimes undercut his own administration's tough posture on Russia and was accused by some of being too deferential to Mr Putin.

    But former President Barack Obama - under whom Mr Biden served as vice-president - was also criticised for failing to check the Kremlin as it annexed Crimea, supported rebel forces in eastern Ukraine and muscled in on Syria.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-55819769


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    He has

    - created incentives for private ownership of electric cars, especially for lower income Americans

    - instructed DoJ to begin closing for-profit prisons, thereby eliminating the 19th Amendment loophole that still allows slavery

    - stated that a USA/UK trade deal is conditional on UK rejoining the EU, embarrassing Johnson.

    This is what I call a POTUS! He has guts, and decency and a guiding principle, and he moves. He know he has just got the four years and is making the last stand of his long political life.
    Trump was offering a free trade deal with the UK with no conditions but you want conditional trade?

    You talk about abolishing slavery but are happy for the UK to be slaves of USA, and EU for that matter and in the process undermine democracy in the UK. UK will not rejoin the EU, we're out, and an ageing Biden cannot change this with threats of trade.

    Biden knows he cannot pass anything with the HoR. He's got a few months with EOs and then bluster, which after that he's a lame duck president.

    Also closing prisons for profit has nothing to do with the 19th ammendment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technics 1210 View Post
    Trump was offering a free trade deal with the UK with no conditions but you want conditional trade?

    You talk about abolishing slavery but are happy for the UK to be slaves of USA, and EU for that matter and in the process undermine democracy in the UK. UK will not rejoin the EU, we're out, and an ageing Biden cannot change this with threats of trade.

    Biden knows he cannot pass anything with the HoR. He's got a few months with EOs and then bluster, which after that he's a lame duck president.

    Also closing prisons for profit has nothing to do with the 19th ammendment.
    The UK has to accept it's real place in the global pecking order of nations, it has to be subervient to either the US or EU, the sun has already set on the British empire. The UK is obviously a big part of Anglo-American world order but it's primarily America's world order while the UK is more of a sidekick, think of Batman and Robin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giannis View Post
    The UK has to accept it's real place in the global pecking order of nations, it has to be subervient to either the US or EU, the sun has already set on the British empire. The UK is obviously a big part of Anglo-American world order but it's primarily America's world order while the UK is more of a sidekick, think of Batman and Robin.
    Thank you for the lovely insight. No one talks of the British Empire anymore other than Indians.

    I was merely outlining the irony and inconsitency in the Remainer argument. They swing between left and right wing views that's beyond hillarious now.

    The point is of free trade. Remainers and their project fear claimed UK couldn't sign free trade deals with non-EU nations, and when there was one on offer from USA, Remainers opposed it cos it would've been an embarrassment for Project fear and Remainers.

    Oh, Biden supports the EU because of his Irish heritage and the IRA. A proper POTUS with a soft spot for terrorists. Expains why he's right-wing for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebat View Post
    Biden raises election meddling with Putin in first phone call

    US President Joe Biden has warned Russian leader Vladimir Putin about election meddling in their first call as counterparts, the White House says.

    The conversation also included a discussion about the ongoing opposition protests in Russia.

    A Kremlin statement did not refer to any points of friction, saying the call was "business-like and frank".

    Both leaders reportedly signalled willingness to renew the countries' last remaining nuclear deal.

    Former US President Donald Trump sometimes undercut his own administration's tough posture on Russia and was accused by some of being too deferential to Mr Putin.

    But former President Barack Obama - under whom Mr Biden served as vice-president - was also criticised for failing to check the Kremlin as it annexed Crimea, supported rebel forces in eastern Ukraine and muscled in on Syria.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-55819769
    Big Pappa trying to bully Russia but his real test is China, they very much influence our economy...

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    Iíve been impressed with him so far.

    No-nonsense leadership, professional use of social media, and strong executive orders.

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    Try to reverse this trend

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    Joe really has been around for a long time.


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    Biden warns China will 'eat our lunch' on infrastructure spending

    US President Joe Biden has warned that China will “eat our lunch” if America doesn’t “step up” its infrastructure spending.

    Mr Biden was speaking on Thursday with a group of senators about the need to upgrade infrastructure in the US.

    His warning comes the day after his first phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

    On the call, Mr Xi took a hard line on human rights saying a confrontation would be a disaster for both countries.

    Mr Biden made the comments after meeting with members of the Environment and Public Works committee.

    “If we don’t get moving, they are going to eat our lunch,” President Biden told senators.

    “They’re investing billions of dollars dealing with a whole range of issues that relate to transportation, the environment and a whole range of other things. We just have to step up.”

    During the campaign, Mr Biden proposed spending $2tn (£1.45tn) over four years to create jobs and invest in clean energy infrastructure.

    A widely cited American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) “report card” from 2017 gave the country’s infrastructure a grade of “D+”.

    The ASCE estimated that the total “infrastructure gap” needed $2tn by 2025 to fix, but would cost the economy twice as much if it went unaddressed.

    The World Economic Forum’s 2019 Global Competitiveness Report ranked the US 13th in a broad measure of infrastructure quality, down from fifth place in 2002.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/business-56036245


    Arsenal all the way!! (and Pakistan, of course!)

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    TJ Ducklo: White House suspends aide for 'threatening reporter'

    A White House spokesman has been suspended for a week without pay after allegedly threatening to "destroy" a female reporter who was asking questions about his private life.

    TJ Ducklo reportedly threatened Politico reporter Tara Palmeri, who was investigating his relationship with another journalist.

    White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday that Mr Ducklo had apologised to Ms Palmeri.

    He has not commented independently.

    Some observers have criticised President Joe Biden for failing to take stronger action. He has previously said he would fire "on the spot" any staff speaking disrespectfully to colleagues.

    The suspension of Mr Ducklo, the White House deputy press secretary, came after Vanity Fair magazine reported on his alleged threats to Ms Palmeri.

    The Politico reporter had been investigating Mr Ducklo's relationship with Alexi McCammond, a journalist with Axios who had covered Mr Biden's election campaign.

    He allegedly rang her and said: "I will destroy you". He also made other derogatory and misogynistic comments, Vanity Fair reports.

    President Biden's spokeswoman tweeted on Friday that TJ Ducklo was "the first to acknowledge this is not the standard of behavior set out by the President".

    She said that as well as being suspended without pay for a week, Mr Ducklo would no longer work with Politico reporters when he returned to the White House.

    President Biden told his staff on his first day in office that he would not tolerate bullying behaviour.

    "I'm not joking when I say this: If you ever work with me and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect, talk down to someone, I will fire you on the spot. No ifs, ands or buts," he said.

    Some commentators, such as CNN anchor Jake Tapper, are now asking whether the same punishment should not apply to the way his staff treat journalists doing their job.
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    US to allow in thousands of asylum seekers waiting in Mexico

    The Biden administration says it will start gradually allowing into the US tens of thousands of asylum seekers currently forced to wait in Mexico.

    It says it will begin next week processing about 25,000 people with active cases.

    Asylum seekers will first be required to register and pass a Covid-19 test, before being allowed in via one of three border crossings.

    The move reverses the much-criticised policies of ex-President Donald Trump.

    The Migrant Protection Protocols programme was enacted in 2019, deterring would-be asylum seekers from coming to the US.

    It required migrants entering through the southern border to wait in Mexico while their cases were being heard by US immigration courts.

    But on his first day in office since winning last year's election, President Joe Biden suspended the policy.

    "As President Biden has made clear, the US government is committed to rebuilding a safe, orderly, and humane immigration system," Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said.

    "This latest action is another step in our commitment to reform immigration policies that do not align with our nation's values."

    The Biden administration plans to start with two border crossings each processing up to 300 people a day and a third crossing taking fewer numbers, according to the Associated Press.

    The authorities say asylum seekers will be released with notices to appear in court in cities close to or in their final destinations, typically with family.

    At the same time, Mr Mayorkas stressed that "individuals who are not eligible under this initial phase should wait for further instructions and not travel to the border", amid concerns that many people would try to cross the border illegally.

    Friday's announcement was welcomed in a sprawling migrant camp in the Mexican city of Matamoros, just across the border from Texas.

    "Honestly, I have no words for how I'm feeling right now!" Salvadoran asylum seeker Sandra Andrade, who has been waiting in Mexico for over a year, told Reuters news agency.

    The border cities where migrants wait for months are suffering from growing crime rates.

    Last year, charity Human Rights First said "returned families, children and adults are being sent to highly dangerous situations where many suffered kidnappings, attacks, sexual assaults, threats and other incredible cruelty".
    Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-56050102.



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    Biden calls for gun law reform on anniversary of Parkland shooting

    US President Joe Biden has called for Congress to pass gun law reforms, including a ban on assault weapons.

    Mr Biden released the statement on Sunday, the third anniversary of the Parkland school shooting in Florida.

    "All across our nation, parents, spouses, children, siblings, and friends have known the pain of losing a loved one to gun violence," he said.

    In 2018, 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were killed by an ex-student armed with an AR-15 rifle.

    Many of the school's teenage survivors went on to become prominent advocates for gun legislation reform.

    The right to bear arms is protected by the Second Amendment to the US constitution and is staunchly defended by many conservatives, including ex-president Donald Trump.

    In his statement, President Biden also called for the introduction of background checks for all gun sales, a ban on high-capacity magazines, and for an end to legal immunity for gun manufacturers.

    "We owe it to all those we've lost and to all those left behind to grieve to make a change," Mr Biden said. "The time to act is now."

    In a separate statement, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Congress would resurrect background check legislation that had stalled when Republican former President Donald Trump was in office.

    "Now, working with the Democratic Senate and Biden-Harris Administration, we will enact these and other life-saving bills and deliver the progress that the Parkland community and the American people deserve and demand," she said.
    Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-56064770.



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    America is back, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken tells BBC

    "America is back" and is fully engaged in helping resolve issues including the pandemic, climate change and Iran's nuclear ambitions, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told the BBC.

    In his first international interview, Mr Blinken stressed the importance of worldwide vaccination against Covid-19.

    He also criticised China for its lack of transparency in uncovering how coronavirus emerged.

    It marks a break with the "America First" policy of Donald Trump.

    Mr Blinken was speaking as the leaders of the G7 richest industrialised nations met in virtual session.
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    Texas weather: President Biden declares major disaster

    President Joe Biden has declared a major disaster in Texas, clearing the way for more federal funds to be spent on relief efforts in the US state.

    Power is returning across Texas and temperatures are set to rise, but at least 14 million people still have difficulty accessing clean water.

    Mr Biden has said he will visit Texas as long as his presence is not a burden on relief efforts.

    Nearly 60 deaths have been attributed to cold weather across the US.

    The administration had already declared a state of emergency for Texas, along with Oklahoma and Louisiana.

    In a statement on Texas released by the White House, President Biden said he had "ordered federal assistance to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe winter storms".

    "Assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses, and other programmes to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of the disaster," the statement said.

    Mr Biden has been in touch with the mayors of some of Texas' biggest cities, such as Houston, Austin and Dallas, to ensure they have access to government resources, an administration official said.

    Several other southern states hit by snow and ice storms this week have also reported water service outages.

    Winter weather also cut off water in the city of Jackson, Mississippi - home to around 150,000 people - as well as the largest county in Tennessee that includes the city of Memphis, with more than 651,000 residents.

    City officials in Jackson say water treatment plants are now running again, but 43,000 households still have no or low water pressure, WLBT TV reports.

    Across the US South, a region unaccustomed to such frigid temperatures, people whose pipes have frozen have taken to boiling snow to make water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    I’ve been impressed with him so far.

    No-nonsense leadership, professional use of social media, and strong executive orders.
    Yeah, he’s quietly getting on with it as I thought he would. No grandstanding, no populist gestures, just basic competence. He has a huge task ahead with 500K COVID deaths.

    Very glad to see that he has re-entered the Paris Agreement, repairing Trump’s colossal act of environmental vandalism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Yeah, he’s quietly getting on with it as I thought he would. No grandstanding, no populist gestures, just basic competence. He has a huge task ahead with 500K COVID deaths.

    Very glad to see that he has re-entered the Paris Agreement, repairing Trump’s colossal act of environmental vandalism.
    American politics has become slightly dull again. Even the US-related threads on PP have died off. And former POTUS Trump is a ghost in the media already. These are all good signs that President Biden is cracking on with the huge job in front of him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    American politics has become slightly dull again. Even the US-related threads on PP have died off. And former POTUS Trump is a ghost in the media already. These are all good signs that President Biden is cracking on with the huge job in front of him!
    Amen

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    Biden is getting lambasted in US media. He doesn't appear infront the cameras as often given his frail condition. BBC fact checked Biden and turns out he's an equal liar Trump. Plus Biden is dead boring compared to Trump, so no column inches with Biden.

    Speaking of Trump, he's planning a comeback in 2024. Soon to be announced.

    Feel no pity towards the looney left who want Trumpism to end. It's here to stay.

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    Covid: Biden calls 500,000 death toll 'a grim milestone'

    President Joe Biden addressed the nation as the US marks 500,000 deaths from Covid, the most for any country in the world.

    "As a nation, we can't accept such a cruel fate. We have to resist becoming numb to the sorrow," he said.

    The president and vice-president, and their spouses, then observed a moment of silence outside the White House during a candle-lighting ceremony.

    More than 28.1 million Americans have been infected - another global record.

    "Today I ask all Americans to remember. Remember those we lost and remember those we left behind," he said, calling for Americans to fight Covid together.

    President Biden ordered all flags on federal property to be lowered to half mast for the next five days.

    What did Mr Biden say in his speech?
    At the White House, Mr Biden opened his speech by noting that the number of American deaths from Covid is higher than the death toll from World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War combined.

    "We often hear people described as ordinary Americans. There's no such thing," he said.

    "There's nothing ordinary about them. The people we lost were extraordinary. They span generations. Born in America, emigrated to America."

    "So many of them took their final breath alone in America," he continued.

    He drew on his own experience with grief - his wife and daughter were killed in a car crash in 1972 and one of his son's died from brain cancer in 2015.

    "For me, the way through sorrow and grief is to find purpose," he said in his live speech to the country.

    Mr Biden's approach to the pandemic is different to his predecessor Donald Trump, who cast doubt on the impact of the deadly virus and was viewed as having politicised the wearing of masks and other measures to prevent the spread of the virus.

    On 19 January, one day before Mr Biden took office, he held an event to mark 400,000 Americans dying of the disease.

    Monday's event, marking the latest death toll, comes less than one month later.

    Elsewhere in Washington, the bells at the National Cathedral tolled 500 times, once for every thousand Americans lost during the pandemic.
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    Biden holds first foreign meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau

    US President Joe Biden has spoken with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in his first bilateral meeting with a foreign leader since taking office.

    The two leaders highlighted mutual policy priorities around climate change and China, including the release of two Canadians held captive there.

    "Human beings are not bartering chips," Mr Biden said on Tuesday.

    The nations also pledged to align climate goals to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

    Canada is often the destination chosen for a US president's first foreign trip, but Covid-19 scuppered Mr Biden's plans. Instead, the meeting was held remotely.

    Mr Biden, a Democrat, is hoping to hit the reset button with Mr Trudeau, a Liberal, whose relationship with the former Republican US President Trump was often considered rocky.

    Mr Trudeau also pledged to work with the US to "get through Covid but also to make sure we're pulling our weight around the world".

    The leaders did not take questions from journalists, which is unusual in Washington for a bilateral event such as this.
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    Biden's Covid stimulus plan: It costs $2tn but what's in it?

    The US is poised to pass its third major spending package of the pandemic - a $1.9tn (£1.4tn) plan that President Joe Biden has championed as a way to help struggling Americans.

    Leaders of his Democratic Party, which has a slim majority in Congress, are planning to pass the so-called American Rescue Plan by the end of the month.

    Republicans say the plan is unnecessarily large and stuffed with Democratic priorities unrelated to the pandemic.

    But Mr Biden and his team maintain the US must "act big" and that the extra cash is being spent on those most affected by the crisis - the poor, minorities and women.
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    Jamal Khashoggi: Biden raises human rights in call with Saudi king

    US President Joe Biden has talked by phone with King Salman of Saudi Arabia as he seeks to put relations with America's old ally on a new footing.

    He "affirmed the importance" the US "places on universal human rights and the rule of law", the White House says.

    Mr Biden made the call after reading a forthcoming US report into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

    The report, due to be released shortly, is expected to implicate the king's son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

    Mr Biden's predecessor, Donald Trump, pursued closer ties with Saudi Arabia.

    The Trump administration rejected a legal requirement to release the report in declassified form, focusing instead on improved co-operation with the Saudis.

    Mr Biden is expected to take a much tougher stance on certain Saudi positions.

    During the murder in 2018 inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, Khashoggi's body was dismembered. The crown prince denies involvement.

    Saudi authorities blamed his death on a "rogue operation" by a team of agents sent to return him to the kingdom, and a Saudi court tried and sentenced five individuals to 20 years in prison last September, after initially sentencing them to death.

    What did Biden say exactly?

    There was no mention of Khashoggi by name in the White House statement but it said: "The President noted positively the recent release of several Saudi-American activists and Ms. Loujain al-Hathloul from custody, and affirmed the importance the United States places on universal human rights and the rule of law."

    Saudi women's rights activist Loujain Hathloul was released this month after almost three years in detention but remained subject to a travel ban and was forbidden from speaking to the media.

    The two leaders discussed "the longstanding partnership between the United States and Saudi Arabia", and the threat posed to Saudi Arabia by pro-Iranian groups.

    "The President told King Salman he would work to make the bilateral relationship as strong and transparent as possible," the statement said.

    "The two leaders affirmed the historic nature of the relationship and agreed to work together on mutual issues of concern and interest."
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    Equality Act: US House passes legislation protecting LGBT rights

    The US House of Representatives has passed sweeping legislation that prohibits LGBT discrimination, but it faces an unlikely future in the Senate.

    The Equality Act was previously passed by the Democratic-led House in 2019, but was killed by Senate Republicans.

    The debate has laid bare the ideological battle between liberals who support the act and conservatives who say it infringes on religious freedom.

    The act expands on a 2020 Supreme Court ruling protecting some LGBT rights.
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    Texas weather: Biden visits state amid recovery from deadly cold snap

    President Joe Biden has travelled to Texas in his first trip to a disaster zone, visiting workers still reeling from a deadly winter storm.

    "You're doing God's work," Mr Biden told emergency workers in Houston.

    His visit comes as Texas recovers from a massive energy grid failure that left millions without electricity amid an unusually severe cold snap.

    Dozens of deaths have been blamed on the cold, but it could take months to determine the full tally, US media say.

    The energy disaster, which affected some four million residents, came as Texas was seeing the lowest recorded temperatures in more than three decades earlier this month.

    Miles of pipes in the south-western state froze and subsequently burst as homes and businesses that are not often insulated against cold weather lost heat.

    Water treatment plants also failed, forcing millions of residents to boil water to disinfect it. Thousands collected snow - rare in the state - and used the water to flush their toilets. Several communities are still under orders to boil their water.

    Earlier this week, Mr Biden declared a major disaster in Texas, clearing the way for more federal funds to be spent on relief efforts.

    Mr Biden's homeland security adviser said on Thursday that $9m (£6.5m) had already been allocated for assistance.

    The cold weather that set in over the Valentine's Day weekend has mostly now passed, with temperatures reaching around 78F (26C) in Houston during Mr Biden's visit.
    Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-56216298.




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