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originally posted by: BringMeThanos
a reply to: dashen
IMO. Q is a cult. That would make you part of a cult, it shows all the hallmarks of one anyway.
Yep, I've posted more proof one way or the other in the last month than anyone else on here.
IMTAT and Tom can post mindless jibberish back and forth to each other moaning about other members and no-one bats an eye. Yet I question things and its." your ruining things"
originally posted by: doobydoll
originally posted by: TomLawless
a reply to: IAMTAT
Why would anyone start a fake account anyway? It's so strange.
They have many accounts and post under them all, and each 'stars' the others' posts. They like to give the impression there's a few members that agree with them, instead of none.
originally posted by: LurkNoMore
Pakistani court sentences ex-PM Sharif to 10 years in prison for corruption
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — An anti-graft tribunal has convicted Pakistan's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and sentenced him to 10 years in prison over corruption. The guilty verdict against Sharif, 68, threatens to end the career of one Pakistan's most high-profile politicians of the last century and deals a major blow to his party ahead of a general election in July.
Sharif's daughter, Maryam Nawasz, was sentenced to seven years in a case stemming from documents leaked from a Panama law firm while her husband, Mohammad Safdar, got a year's sentence for giving false information to investigators.
Friday's rulings can be appealed. Sharif is in London where his wife is being treated for cancer and is in a coma after suffering a heart attack last month. He was sentenced in absentia.
Dropping like dominos!
A former business partner of Imran’s father says the father handed over USBs of data to a Pakistani official and that Imran claimed he power to ‘change the US president’
The FBI never interviewed the business partner.
The DCNF traveled in Pakistan where numerous locals alleged that Imran traveled that country with an entourage of Pakistani government agents, and routinely boasted about mysterious political influence.