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Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by TLC, Aug 9, 2022.
They find anything? Or not planted it yet.
Always loved the irony of the people who blindly believe conspiracy theories (yeah i know you don't @johnnyT you're just trolling) using the sheep analogy.
If being a sheep means to follow without proof, evidence or questioning then the lot who use it currently are the absolute text box example of those people.
Either that or they're just really f*cking dumb.
'I would rather be dumb than controlled.' - Someone, somewhere on social media right now.
Why would you even doubt that Trump took classified material away with him?
If you asked me to write a list back when he was leaving/clinging onto office then that would be on the list.
I mean the orange poundshop hitler has even publicly acknowledged he's had his passports (yes plural) seized, which they'd only do for someone who they think is a flight risk.
Hopefully one of the three they seized was his russian one
They returned them to him before he made the claim. I bet he wouldn’t even have noticed had they never returned them.
Galloway shown what the American justice system and media were many many years ago.Yet the sheep still fall in line.
Baaaaa... I mean Meow!!!
The three passports thing did confuse me, I thought having just one was standard?
Normally, yes. But maybe his "Ego" is so big, that it is enough for three?
You can hold multiple passports so long as there are valid reasons. People with dual nationality for example will often have 2 passports. In terms of Trump having 3, well money talks and I imagine some countries would be happy to give you a passport if they get something out of it.
yes, ok, Dual nationality could be a reason to hold 2 passports. In case of Trump, the "Make America great again" guy it would've been ironically to hold another nationality too, though (imo).
But hey, Hitler was born as an Austrian and became German
He may have special permission to have multiple passports granted, as his work would involve travelling a lot, so in order yo make acquiring visas easier for trips with multiple stops, he probably hold several US passports.
It's fairly common with anyone who does a lot of travelling to have more than one passport, having to send them away to embassies for visas is a ballache if you need to travel in the interim. Also some countries refuse to admit people who have stamps from certain other countries. I think my dad had 3 UK passports when I was growing up
Edit: To be clear, just having one is definitely the standard, it's just that having more than one isn't rare or shady or anything.
I have two in two different names, probably because i'm a spy (and definitely not because i'm half spanish).
To be honest i'm actually surprised we even have passports in this day and age, the whole idea of a physical thing to "prove" your identity so you can travel to another country feels massively out of date to me
Yeah he probably has 2 for travel and I believe the third one is expired.
Guillermo del Toro ?
Why are my posts being deleted ffs