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mrurtbay
VP of Diversity and Inclusion - It's corporate policy that I interview at least three diversity candidates before I respond to your tweets
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mrurtbay Mar 13
The goal is preventing future people coming illegally that don't produce enough in the economy for the benefits their family needs. That's so we don't overwhelm services so everyone gets enough. Here's a 72 pg report that breaks down that welfare figure.
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mrurtbay Mar 13
Replying to @washingtonpost
Bezos is such a genius. Books AND Juicers.
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Willem Petzer Mar 13
Today: 78% of 12 year olds in South Africa are functionally illiterate. Tomorrow: They become our leaders. That is why we see such embarrassments so often in Parliament...
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mrurtbay Mar 13
Replying to @Newsweek
Brown U estimates the total cost for the Iraq War is $1.1T. That would feed all 320M Americans everyday for over a year.
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mrurtbay Mar 12
Well she's the GOP's best asset. She manages to insult millions of women by saying they can't make up their own minds/vote their conscience. Ironic her campaign depended on exploiting sexism/pandering to women. Thankfully, many women didn't fall for it so she's not happy about it
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mrurtbay Mar 12
Replying to @RepCohen
Care to get hysterical about Ukrainians and Tatars that were mentioned in his statement that's been taken out of context? How can you represent people effectively when you react this way?
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❤️ Jared T Swift ❤️ Mar 12
🚨White house Petition for immigration priority for South Africa Farmers 🚨 Please sign. It only takes a minute
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mrurtbay Mar 12
The funny thing is HRC insulted millions of women by implying they can't make up their own minds or are unable to check the box they want when in the private polling booth. Obvious misogyny and a failed campaign based on gender politics and ending what she is guilty of pushing.
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mrurtbay Mar 12
Replying to @polNewsRevenge
"It's a crime, but does it matter? Does it matter much, does it matter much to you? Does it ever really matter? Yes, it really, really matters."
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Curse Mar 12
Where is the lie?
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mrurtbay Mar 12
Replying to @PrisonPlanet
Were these men chauvinists, sexists, and misogynists?
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mrurtbay Mar 12
Correct. He has the option. Expecting an apology from him to return is generous. Not clear that other students will be mature, but that doesn't matter. Inviting students to share how they feel about a single student is out of line, inappropriate, and risks escalation/intimidation
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mrurtbay Mar 12
If he was disrespectful and violated university code of conduct, throw him out. What's wrong here is inviting the class to share their feelings about him. This isn't a group therapy session. It's a college course to transfer course information from the professor to the students.
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mrurtbay Mar 12
Inviting retaliation: "Lake will begin class with an apology to the class for his behavior and then listen in silence as the professor and/or any student who wishes to speak shares how he or she felt during Lake's disrespectful and disruptive outbursts"
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Willem Petzer Mar 12
In South Africa, you can be very rich; you can live communities with 20 foot walls with electric fence on top, but they can always catch you at the gate... Luckily this oom had fast enough reflexes!
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Kyle Kashuv Mar 12
Thank you for the nonexistent invite. I look forward to not going..
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Lauren Southern Mar 12
I'm not kidding about this, but during my questioning by the UK police... I was asked about my Christianity and whether I'm a radical. I was also asked how I feel about running Muslims over with cars.
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Suidlanders Mar 11
So... Black people are starting to take private land around Gauteng.
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