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Earlier on Sunday, 8 million Hungarians went to the polls to elect a 199-seat parliament in the 2018 general elections, which many expected would see the incumbent Prime Minister Viktor Orbán- and his right-wing Fidesz party - win his third consecutive term. And, as covered here on numerous prior occasions, Orban's campaign had been centered around anti-immigration policies, an especially sensitive topic not only in Hungary and Central Europe, but across the old continent.
His main competitors are Gergely Karacsony, a candidate for the Socialist and Dialogue parties; and Gabor Vona of the far-right nationalist Jobbik party, or rather were because according to the Hungarian election office website, Prime Minister Orban’s ruling Fidesz party has won a sweeping, landslide victory according to preliminary results with 69% of the votes counted.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
I would love to see you do a thread on this and would participate wholeheartedly. You're very wise and I don't think you've been unreasonable at all in your criticisms nor your posts. I've been toying with the idea of a "Potential Q Validation Events," thread myself for the past couple of days, but if you're going to do what you've described in your post, I'll wait for that instead.
You, IIB, and fiver have been respectful and genuine in voicing your points of view and lines of questioning; something I very much appreciate.
originally posted by: Skyfloating
To get the location, someone who knows arabic needs to translate THIS:
Published on May 10, 2016
Bab al-Salam Camp, with glimpses of Kilis in the background. Drone footage courtesy of IHH.
Bab as Salam Map — Satellite Images of Bab as Salam
original name: Bāb as Salām
geographical location: Hasaka (Al Haksa), Syria, Asia
geographical coordinates: 36° 58' 0" North, 40° 41' 0" East
Syrian refugees living in Turkey wait to register at the Bab al-Salam crossing, near the city of Azaz, in northern Syria, on June 18. Nearly half a million internally displaced Syrians and 31,000 refugees from neighboring countries have returned home.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
originally posted by: WhatTheory
Is "USAID" the spider web connecting some of this?
USAID is about the only thing visible in the second picture.
1.) Trump briefly suggests troops out of Syria
2.) New Chemical weapons attack
3.) No Name blames attack on Trump suggesting leaving Syria
On Tuesday, Russian officials claimed that militants are preparing to use chemical agents in Syria, and intend to put the blame on the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to Tass, a state-run news agency in Russia.
Russian Army Gen. Valery Gerasimov said that the United States is planning to then use the chemical attack as a way to "furnish the so-called ‘evidence’ of the alleged mass civilian deaths through the fault of the Syrian government and the Russian leadership supporting it."
"As a countermeasure, Washington plans to deliver a missile and bomb strike against Damascus’ government districts," Gerasimov said, according to Tass.