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Donald Trump rooted for the real estate crash | The Briefing

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Here's What Put Donald Trump Over The Top

Why Obama is one of the most consequential presidents in American history

Chinese detergent firm says media 'over-reacting' to racist ad | World news | The Guardian



"A Chinese laundry detergent company has blamed foreign media for stirring up controversy over an advertisement in which a black man “washed” by its product was transformed into a fairer-skinned Asian man.



Shanghai Leishang Cosmetics said it strongly condemned racial discrimination but blamed foreign media for amplifying controversy over the advertisement, which first appeared on Chinese social media in March but was pulled after it drew protests this week following media reports.



“We express regret that the ad should have caused a controversy,” the statement issued late on Saturday read. “But we will not shun responsibility for controversial content.”



“We express our apology for the harm caused to the African people because of the spread of the ad and the over-amplification by the media,” the company said.



“We sincerely hope the public and the media will not over-read it.”



The ad for Qiaobi laundry detergent drops shows a black man entering a room and attempting to flirt with an Asian woman.



He is carrying a pail of paint, wears dirty clothes and has a soiled face. She feeds him a detergent drop and stuffs his body into a top-loading washer. When the cycle completes, a fair-skinned Asian man in a clean white T-shirt emerges to the delight of the woman.



When speaking to the Chinese nationalist newspaper The Global Times, a Mr Wang of Leishang said the critics were “too sensitive”, and the issue of racial discrimination never came up during the production of the video."





Chinese detergent firm says media 'over-reacting' to racist ad | World news | The Guardian

Rise of Donald Trump Tracks Growing Debate Over Global Fascism - The New York Times

"Charles Grant, the director of the Center for European Reform, in London, distinguished between far-right nationalist parties like Marine Le Pen’s National Front in France and actual fascism.

“Historically, it means the demonization of minorities within a society to the extent that they feel insecure,” he said. “It means encouraging the use of violence against critics. It means a bellicose foreign policy that may lead to war, to excite a nationalist feeling. It takes xenophobia to extremes. And it is contemptuous of a rules-based liberal order.”

Rise of Donald Trump Tracks Growing Debate Over Global Fascism - The New York Times

Friday, May 27, 2016

Trump faced with latest contradiction on Bill Clinton criticism | MSNBC



Trump faced with latest contradiction on Bill Clinton criticism | MSNBC

LIVE: Obama speaks at Hiroshima memorial

Obama hugs Hiroshima survivor

Raw: Obama Visits Hiroshima Peace Memorial

71 years after the first atomic strike, Obama calls for the end of nuclear weapons at Hiroshima - The Washington Post



71 years after the first atomic strike, Obama calls for the end of nuclear weapons at Hiroshima - The Washington Post

Seventeen Words That Spelled Trouble for Hillary Clinton - The New Yorker . This, I think is is actually very reasonable. I alway did this at work. I used my account to send and store my emails for exactly the same reason. "“We should talk about putting you on state email or releasing your email address to the department so you are not going to spam.” (Apparently, some messages from Clinton’s private account were being intercepted by the department’s spam filter.) Clinton replied to Abedin, “Let’s get separate address or device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.

A long-awaited report from the State Department’s inspector general concluded that, as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton violated the department’s rules with her private e-mail system.



Seventeen Words That Spelled Trouble for Hillary Clinton - The New Yorker

Chinese detergent brand Qiaobi (俏比) ad OMG, this is the most bizarre, offensive and racist commercial I have seen in years. The racist content is pathetically ignorant and backwards and has that annoying Chinese cultural view that it is OK to present men and women as having the mind's of children. What does it say about the intended audience? This is very sad. Wow. I am reminded of the Donny Hathaway song "The World is a Ghetto

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Obama visits Ho Chi Minh and Jade Pagoda while in Vietnam

Barack Obama PRAISES Malcolm X (1995)

Malcolm X Comments Seem Prophetic In 2015

Clinton e-mail report illustrates antiquated IT system | MSNBC



Clinton e-mail report illustrates antiquated IT system | MSNBC

Warren slams Trump as ‘small, insecure man’ for housing position The Morning Joe panel weighs in on Elizabeth Warren’s blistering critique of Donald Trump’s controversial housing comments and assesses whether her attacks will hold ground. - Morning Joe - Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski & Willie Geist on msnbc



Morning Joe - Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski & Willie Geist on msnbc

All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC


All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC

IG report finds Clinton violated State Dept. policy Chris Hayes talks to Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's State Department e-mail. - All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC



All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC