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5 Badass People Who Stood Up to Infamous Dictators

#5. The 73-Year-Old Man Who Played Chicken With the Entire Soviet Union

In 1968, Leonid Brezhnev, general secretary of the Soviet Union (the highest position in the land — basically the king of Russia) was in his office minding his own business when Ludvik Svoboda, the president of Czechoslovakia (a symbolic position lacking real power, like “employee of the month” or “Joe Biden”), burst in and demanded that Brezhnev release the 26 Czechoslovakian political prisoners he was holding. Brezhnev said no, because Svoboda was 73 years old and had no authority — what could he possibly do?

The Badass Moment: Svoboda pulled out a pistol, held it to his own head, and said, “If I kill myself, my blood will be on your hands, and no one in the world will believe you did not murder me.”

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《 It must be a fragile system if it can be brought down by just a saga (few berries). 》
—  About the governments that have banned Mockingjay fearing riots and rebellions.



I’ve been a bit absent due to what’s happening in my country.
young students are fighting for freedom, democracy, security and more…

Some students were protesting peacefully but due to corrupt and dictatorial government some of them have been injured, three of them were killed.

I do hope that these days of war end soon, better sooner than later. I appreciate CNN for being the only channel that has been informing venezuelans, and I also wanted to say thank you to some artists for keeping us in your prayers

#PrayForVenezuela 💛💙❤

*thank you for read this*

420 is literally the one thing those guys were friendly about.

5 Shockingly Progressive Policies from Insane Dictatorships

#5. Weed Is Totally Legal in North Korea

In a country where “human rights” is considered a strange foreign concept that goes against the spirit of the prosperity of Best Korea, getting hit by a flamethrower isn’t the only way to get blazed. While most of the rest of the world is still wringing its hands over whether to make marijuana legal, the DPRK is ahead of the game, in that they never made it illegal to begin with: The North Korean government doesn’t consider marijuana a drug and has never regulated its use. You might think this is because the country does not give an actual crap about the well-being of its people, so it doesn’t regulate drugs whatsoever, but you’d be wrong: The government is extremely harsh on users of hard drugs like meth, for example.

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What Constitution? Obama threatens to bypass Hobby Lobby SCOTUS ruling via executive action


Un-be-lievable. As we reported recently, the left is none too happy that the Supreme Court recognized the fact that the Constitution doesn’t give the government the right to force private entities to pay for the abortions of others. You can include Obama among the people who aren’t exactly thrilled. And while he’s not threatening to literally burn down any Hobby Lobbies (like many on the left are), he is threatening something very illegal: Bypassing the SCOTUS ruling by a dictatorial executive order.

From the Hill:

President Obama is weighing executive actions after the Supreme Court ruled against ObamaCare’s contraception mandate.

The White House swiftly called on Congress to enact a legislative fix but realistically knows lawmakers aren’t about to act.

Obama has come under criticism from Republicans for his use of executive actions. Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has announced the House will vote this month on approving a lawsuit against Obama over actions Boehner says are an abuse of power.
But the GOP criticism and threat seem unlikely to act as a brake on Obama, who separately on Monday said he would move forward with administrative actions on immigration reform in the face of what he described as GOP obstructionism.

“As we assess the impact of this decision, we’ll consider whether or not there is a range of other options that may be available that don’t require legislative action,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters.

Democrats signaled in the hours after the high court’s decision that they think the issue could boost their turnout in the fall by highlighting GOP opposition to abortion rights. That makes it even more likely that Obama will not fear taking executive steps.

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Notice, the Constitution isn’t mentioned. It’s not even considered. They look at polling, not the law. It’s truly unbelievable.