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What goes around comes around. r/polandball inb4 . This country is harsh and unforgiving, But I have managed to build a city... Well done, old boy'. say, do' yo

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This country is harsh and unforgiving,
But I have managed to build a city...
Well done, old boy'.
say, do' you hear something? ‘.
URGG FIREFIGHT
AMERICA BURN'.
AMERICA LIKE FIRE .
l x “diam
AMERICA LIKE sum:
There, there, ehar/ t have an
idea that might cheer you up.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - mudkipfucker
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User avatar #33 to #1 - shabattman
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ARE YOU ******* SORRY, EH?
User avatar #2 to #1 - puremadmentalged
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Yeah, Canada really showed America what it's all aboot
User avatar #22 - sparkofinsanity
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This is the second post of polandball about the war of 1812 I've seen today. Is it the 201st anniversary of this or something? Or is it hate on America day?
#129 to #22 - cortzanza
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#24 to #22 - anon id: 369b4501
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Everyday is hate on America day.. and I'd know, being an American.
Everyday is hate on America day.. and I'd know, being an American.
#113 to #24 - ifsaz **User deleted account**
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Not hate on America, people just hate the assholes from all over the world. It's just U.S.A. is so involved in world politics, most of the people has something to say on the subject. And mine is this. I've watch this recently and I'm furious. But you know, not the entire population is like this.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ui0NL3bb21o&feature=&t=1h3m40s

Do you feel my frustration? If you do, I don't hate you. We're on the same path.
User avatar #122 to #113 - snowshark
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Well butter me ****** what the hell was that?

I mean, I knew it was possible to be a colossal douchebag but words do not describe the level of douche-quake educing ************ dick-cheese that amounts to any man who would do that kind of ****.

Douchebags aren't specific to the US but god damn the US makes no attempt to hide theirs. Hell, they promote them to high-office sometimes.

******************** I'm glad there are people like John Green proving that America isn't the barren wasteland that many believe it to be but even then this is beyond smeg-head levels of "I want to shoot this guy in the dick to be extra sure he can't reproduce."
#156 to #122 - ifsaz **User deleted account**
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I don't know what was that but... When I think of it I feel really really angry. I figuratively burn from inside.
User avatar #152 to #113 - meganinja
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well the U.S.A. is the single largest economy and military on Earth. the US has the rescources to be involved in everything. There's kinda an obligation by being top dog, along with the government being used to being involved in everything from the Cold War. All our Congressmen and Polititians were raised during the Cold War and have that mentaility that if you're not in everybody's business that bad ****** going to happen.
#148 to #24 - anon id: e5298d39
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as a brit we don't hate america we just wish you'd tone it down a bit with the whole we're number 1 thing you don't acknowledge the bad parts of your history so we do it for you
#107 to #24 - anon id: 3f68f88d
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Even as a non-American, I find the endless unfounded America bashing to be extremely trying at times.
#46 to #24 - anon id: 78ee65e9
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why do people have justin bieber fan as their name?
because yours is..
#47 to #46 - orgasmpirate
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User avatar #42 to #24 - kievaughnb
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Every day*

For future reference. Might help you write a paper in the future or something.
User avatar #114 to #22 - jukuku
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So if someone brings up something in American history and it wasn't particularly favorable, it is hating on America? You're being far too sensitive about this, it's a joke.
#120 to #114 - tinypoodle
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No, but all of the unessicary things making america look completely stupid on every single thing related to history does seem to get a bit hatefull.
User avatar #121 to #120 - jukuku
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Maybe, but then again, how smart could the people who decided to burn down a town have been?
#123 to #121 - tinypoodle
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I agree, but you but even the most justified thing begins to get tiresome after you have seen it enough. Like an over used phrase.
User avatar #164 to #114 - sparkofinsanity
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I was simply asking. If it was only one of these posts, I wouldn't have even left a comment. It's the fact that I came across 2 comics about the exact same thing. Plus the comments weren't too kind either. I just made an assumption.
#30 to #22 - sequel [OP]
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Nah, I posted both of them because well.. I just think they relate to each other.

But if it is Hate-On-America Day then.. here. I'm American.

User avatar #159 to #30 - tittentei
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What's up nerds?
#126 to #30 - newdevyx
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no comment from Finland, just mean look.... well, that describes angry Finns well.
#4 - rulebysecrecy
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Bet they dont teach that in US elementary.
#5 to #4 - anon id: 986bc1fe
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I think they mentioned it once in 8th grade...
but I had a nutjob teacher (the good kind) so it probably isn't standard
#43 to #4 - mayoroftownsville
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They did where I went. Remember, though, curricula vary widely not just by state, but by individual school district in America. Broad powers are given even on the level of individual teachers to decide what will and will not be taught. It's very stupid.
User avatar #48 to #4 - nervaaurelius
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We were taught about this except more of that we were fighting the British Empire not Canada. Sorry guys it doesnt count for yall though.
User avatar #111 to #4 - someponynew
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The school system has failed me :c
User avatar #115 to #4 - jukuku
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There are no winners in war. Yes, America failed to annex Canada but both sides took many losses. There was no gain for Canada in the war, there was just a pile of bodies and families left with nobody to call a father.
User avatar #62 to #4 - xdeathspawnx
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actually they teach us about the war as a whole, instead of just one arbitrary battle that most Canadians seem to be focused on, even though there were almost no Canadians at the Burning of Washington.
User avatar #31 to #4 - Greevon
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I think it's funny that a lot of people think that Americans aren't taught about our losses in school. On the contrary, the losses are the biggest parts of the curriculum. You don't spend time dwelling on a battle where your forces demolished the enemy and continued on, you focus on key battles or devastating losses.
Hell, the civil war is one of the biggest things in U.S. history and EVERY battle in that war was a loss for Americans.
#38 to #4 - swagloon
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Pretty much no; considering that's where the national anthem came from of course they ******* teach that.

I bet they tell you that the 'Canadians' burned down the Capital in your school even through it was the British Navy, fresh from European war, that laid siege upon the US 'White House'.
#144 to #38 - stripey
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oh snap you just hit him where it hurts
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#147 to #145 - stripey
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User avatar #11 to #4 - iyr
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Except that they do. When I was taking US history in school, we had plenty to study about the war of 1812 and the whitehouse being reduced to rubble.
User avatar #67 to #11 - mlpokeyuan
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I never learned that York was burned. I thought the British colonies just created New York.
#105 to #67 - destructodan **User deleted account**
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Its annoying that we did that, there's a York in the UK, there was one in Canada and there's new york and york in the USA
#143 to #11 - hillbillypowpow
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No, because Grand Master General Andrew Jackson won us the war when he beat the British at New Orleans. after the war was already over.
User avatar #130 to #11 - retentions
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i was never once taught about the white house being burnt or of any type of war between america and Canada in highschool
User avatar #12 to #11 - rulebysecrecy
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hm good stuff.
#7 - nativninja
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#8 - vladstronsy
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#44 - arcticassassin
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And then they all became good friends.
#70 to #44 - anon id: 0d6e9f9e
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in diplomacy there are no friends
#94 to #44 - bummerdrummer
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white* kids
#138 to #94 - anon id: 2481611f
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Right. Cool kids.
User avatar #112 to #94 - bassline
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>Implying these countries aren't over run with black people and mudslimes.
#118 to #112 - toensix
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the majority is still white except maybe in the US but over there hispanics are the fastest growing demographic.
the majority is still white except maybe in the US but over there hispanics are the fastest growing demographic.
#61 to #44 - sheldonthorpe
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secretly we still don't like you america
secretly we still don't like you america
User avatar #65 to #61 - ihatem
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Who cares, America publicly doesn't even like America.
User avatar #75 to #61 - wacemindu
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secretly??
#51 to #44 - blanketandpillow
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I love all the posts that make the US seem like the ignorant yet lovable and good at heart teenager, Canada seem like the passive kid that has good ideas but no one can hear them because they talk so quietly, and Britain as the adult who acts so sick and tired of America's attitude, but deep down we all know they all love each other.

It actually makes me quite happy when there's posts like that.
User avatar #124 to #51 - zzforrest
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Your post is so warm and loving I wore it like a blanket in Antarctica during the winter and was comfortable.
User avatar #10 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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Its quite funny actually. The "White" house didn't actually exist at this time. Oh, the HOUSE existed but it was a regular colour. It wasn't until we set it ablaze that you had to white wash it to get rid of the black scorch marks. Just remember America, your most recognisable building, and a symbol of the free world, only exists because the British empire burned it.
#15 to #10 - anon id: a4479b46
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well ya technically america its self is due to england but its not like you can give them credit for everything america has done
User avatar #18 to #15 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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Well not to the British entirely... The french too, with out whom the Americans WOULD have lost the war, look it up. Honestly, im not even joking either, the french blockaded british ships from sending more troops, supplies etc to America.
#134 to #18 - anon id: ff65491e
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And without the british Canada would've lost the war, since the british did literally everything of significance in the war.
#20 to #10 - anon id: dd7bbf52
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geez, the brits are even meaner than the americans
#prideoftheswedennation
User avatar #40 to #10 - srskate
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#pheonixesBitch
#50 to #10 - anon id: 208efac5
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Born in war, raised on flame, aged with innovation... got wasted on power and is staggering around everywhere like a drunk... Murica.
User avatar #55 to #10 - brokenfirefly
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That's like saying Hitler is the worlds greatest hero because he didn't take over the world.... that makes no sense....
User avatar #56 to #10 - someguyonthewebz
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Sorry to inform you but it wasn't until after the Civil War that the White House became Iconic as the "Symbol of the Free World" (until of course Lady Liberty.) When President Lincoln was killed, the White House was refered to as "Lincoln's House". So in reality, In 1812, the White House was very unimportant in contrast to how it is today.
#27 to #10 - endospore
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Yeah, and the Statue of Liberty was a gift from France. That's... kind of the point of America. You know, the great melting pot?
User avatar #54 to #27 - ronyx
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It's not like they gave us the whole statue assembled to begin with, do some research and find out how it was actually put together and how many people donated all they had so it could be built.
User avatar #49 to #27 - nervaaurelius
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Non americans don't get the whole melting pot thing. Every other post from them is complaining out immigrants. dont hurt me
User avatar #63 to #49 - xdeathspawnx
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complaining about illegal immigrants, not people who come here who come here the way they're supposed to.
#81 to #63 - luigiyoshi **User deleted account**
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Which also to be fair, the outside view of America's standpoint on Illegal Immigrants is also focused on the people who think it's their duty to personally defend the US-Mexico border armed and ready. Those people are some crazy ***** that I wouldn't even wanna go near.
User avatar #155 to #81 - xdeathspawnx
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That's definitely not how it is. The Border Patrol is responsible for watching the US mexico border (and all other ways into the US) for illegal migrants. If a US citizen found out that someone was an illegal immigrant they would either

1) do nothing because they don't want to ruin that person's life.
2) report them to the police or Border Patrol, who would then most likely have them deported to their country of origin.

Any US citizen who was trying to guard the border them self would quickly be picked up and questioned by border patrol, and if they did manage to kill someone trying to get over he border they would face serious punishment.
#157 to #155 - luigiyoshi **User deleted account**
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I'm not talkin reality here. Just stereotypes.
#116 - reaperriley
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User avatar #110 to #108 - richardastley
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Apparently the US gets the most work done out of any country.
User avatar #131 to #110 - exceeding
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what kind of work are we talking about?
User avatar #135 to #131 - richardastley
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Sorry, I worded it wrong. Americans, on average, work the most (hours/week kind of thing).
User avatar #137 to #135 - exceeding
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Average annual hours actually worked per worker

stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=ANHRS
United States 11e place
User avatar #158 to #137 - richardastley
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Ah! Why thank you! I just heard it in class some time in my first year at uni. Didn't really look into it. Now I know!
User avatar #9 - kjoni
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I wonder how would it be if history in schools was taught with polandball comics? Imagine history schoolbooks' pages filled just with these comics
#13 to #9 - sequel [OP]
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It would be learning historical/geographical/political knowledge.. at the cost of the English language.