US politics - fried (part 5)

US intelligence was the primary source behind Canada’s accusations.

The US was trying to keep out of the diplomatic line of fire on that one, but have no way of avoiding it here.

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Makes for interesting Quad discussions.

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Good riddance!

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His condition has been described as satisfactory.

Unfortunately, his appearance in Dr Strangelove was the genuine high point of his life.

For the rest, war criminal extreme.

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Trudeau copped a bit of flak from the conservative opposition over hear, accused himof trying to deflect.
Also conservatives lined up take pot shots at the Sikhs targeted, *(theyre terrorists, etc).
I think Justin may feel a tad vindicated now

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place your bets on which aus media outlet will dickride his “legacy” the hardest

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Surely The Australian will write a glowing retrospective?

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Maybe the ceasefire killed him

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Strictly speaking, it’s only a pause, a pause for him to die

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Underrated post

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One shouldn’t celebrate the death of another, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t grinning ear-to-ear right now.

Nah ■■■■ that, and ■■■■ Henry Kissinger. If there’s a hell, may he rot in it’s deepest circles

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I think it’s ok for war criminals

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I heard Kerry Stokes paid for his funeral

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Funny because it’s true. “Kissinger? I never knew the guy. He never praised me or contributed to my campaigns at all. Must be a loser.”

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This could be so interesting on so many levels:

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