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#81494 to #75915 - anon (03/25/2015) [-]
do you have proof
#75918 to #75915 - pebar ONLINE (01/16/2015) [-]
“Norwegian women must take responsibility for the fact that Muslim men find their manner of dress provocative. And since these men believe women are responsible for rape, the women must adapt to the multicultural society around them.”    
– Dr. Unni Wikan, Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Oslo   
good lord
“Norwegian women must take responsibility for the fact that Muslim men find their manner of dress provocative. And since these men believe women are responsible for rape, the women must adapt to the multicultural society around them.”
– Dr. Unni Wikan, Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Oslo

good lord
User avatar #75951 to #75918 - feelythefeel (01/16/2015) [-]
Why does anyone even let this happen?
#75931 to #75918 - anon (01/16/2015) [-]
Multiculturalism: How to use foreigners to oppress your own people.
User avatar #75930 to #75918 - schnizel ONLINE (01/16/2015) [-]
This kill the white.....
User avatar #75913 - youregaylol (01/16/2015) [-]
For the life of me I can't find any similarities between any of these fugitives.

User avatar #75914 to #75913 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/16/2015) [-]
Ha I get the joke, they're all fucking mexicans aren't they?

Look at this shit
>Latin kings the most disgusting of them all
>La Primera
> LaTercera Crips
>Southwest Cholos
>Puro Vato Loco
User avatar #75896 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
So Japan is truly becoming militarized once again. They're building carriers that displace around 27,000 tons and are around 258 meters long. Not as big as the US's by any means, but still impressive compared to most of the world. I'm glad they're rearming, they're a vital ally to the US and I feel like we'll need as many of those as possible in the coming years. Britain, Japan, South Korea, Australia, France (iffy on that one) and Germany are probably the only countries I'd trust in the long run.
User avatar #76045 to #75896 - PopcornViking ONLINE (01/18/2015) [-]
should some WW3 bullshit ever break out

India will be the most important country for either side to persuade to join them
User avatar #75902 to #75896 - youregaylol (01/15/2015) [-]
Realistically the US doesn't really need it's allies in regards to them building up larger militaries, we just need their land and resources.
User avatar #75903 to #75902 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
Well no. The US mainland won't be in any danger anytime soon purely because of our nuclear arsenal and naval capabilities.

But having allies is always a strategic plus.
User avatar #75904 to #75903 - youregaylol (01/15/2015) [-]
Well yes.

1.5 million active duty personnel with 850k reserves, 5 million reaching military age annually and 120 million fit for service.

More than 8,000 tanks comprised of 25k AFV's, 2k SPG's, 2k Artillery, and 1500 MLRS.

17K aircrafts comprised of more than 2k fighter jets, 2k fixed attacked aircrafts, 5k transport aircrafts, 6k helicopters,1k attack helicopters, and 1k training aircrafts.

500 strong navy comprised (not including auxiliaries) of 10 aircraft carriers (one aircraft carrier can wipe out a small country), 15 frigates, 62 destroyers, 72 submarines, 13 CDC's, and 13 Mine Warfare.

Not to mention the vast support system at home. We could wipe out all life in the world in less than a year, occupy the entire first world in 10, and successfully colonize africa completely in 5.
User avatar #75906 to #75904 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
Except that we risk making other nuclear capable nations use their nuclear capabilities, in which case our sheer numbers would mean nothing. Every other nation on the planet against us would give them a MASSIVE numerical advantage. India and China alone are 12 times our size.

We don't have the economical ability, the want, or the need to even attempt something like that. I think you are a little overconfident in our military and our economy. I'd say in maybe 100 years, if we turn that land over to our side and then develop it to aid in the war effort.
User avatar #75907 to #75906 - youregaylol (01/15/2015) [-]
If we're considering the nuclear option then why are you pining for japan to get more ships, would that somehow stop the bomb more than our ships would? Of course the nuclear option matters, but we still have enough nukes to destroy the entire world, so whats your point? The only way japans ships would matter is if we were using them in a non nuclear war, which is what we're talking about, stay on topic.

And I'm afraid you don't understand how modern war works. The number of human beings a nation has hasn't mattered for a few centuries. If it did then China and India would be the super powers, as you pointed out. What really matters is technology, strategy, and resource. Britain as a small island nation dominated the entire world.

We certainly have the economic ability to attempt a large scale war, why does the want or the need matter, we're not talking about that. You're massively underestimating the most powerful military force in history. We can certainly take on any nation on this earth easily. Of course this would never happen because of the nuclear option, but once again that's not what we're talking about because japan having a few more ships isn't going to change that.
User avatar #75908 to #75907 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
Okay then fine. Take away the nuclear option.

What happens when we attempt to take over the planet, assuming there are no nukes.

The US has the greatest overall technology, trained and equipped troops, ability to feed, transport, and supply troops across the planet. Combine that with our air power, modern armors record in plains, and navies ability to eliminate other naval threats, and you don't have another nation that measures up. We're also one of the best at taking our resources and implementing them, and we have a LOT of resources. If we played it right we could very easily dominate the sea, and the air all across the globe due to our aircraft carriers and our air force. Most 3rd world countries would fall immediately with little more then a push. But then we have to have an extended campaign against China, Russia, India, Israel, Canada, Mexico, AND all of Europe at the same time. That is a lot of fronts. And at that point I don't care how many tactical teams you have, those numbers would simply overwhelm us. We'd deliver vastly more damage to them then they would us. But in the end we couldn't take on the entirety of the world AT ONCE. We'd be unable to supply all our troops efficiently, and we'd collapse under the strain.

Let's assume that we somehow pull through and manage to destroy the rest of the world militarily. Now what?

People wouldn't just lie down, there'd be uprisings, rebellions, guerilla warfare, etc. The amount of manpower and money needed to hold that all together and keep the world United under our power would be way beyond our capabilities. The strain would be too much.

This is if we did it all at once.

Now if we formed a Union with NATO under one banner, it'd be easy peasy.
User avatar #75909 to #75908 - youregaylol (01/15/2015) [-]
In a global war we could immediately shut off world trade. In the end all you need is sea and air, but even with sea and air we still have the advantage on land with our huge support system. Any country that doesn't completely support itself would be forced to surrender or slowly deteriorate into chaos. All we would have to do is invade the resource centers of the and hold them and thats it, game over.

Analyzing the most extreme option aside, how does japan having more ships help us in a realistic conventional war? You're focusing on the example I used for emphasis. We're not trying to occupy the entire world militarily, we don't need too because the entire first world is already in our pocket and all we need is the first world. A more realistic war would be one with North Korea or Iran, and assuming the paranoid people are correct Russia and China.

We could easily handle all of those threats, so how does japan having a military effect those scenarios? Realistically they contribute nothing to the current balance of power which is completely in our favor. We don't need their ships, we just need their trade and their bases.
User avatar #75910 to #75909 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
It helps us in the fact that we can use their ships instead of ours. Gets the job we need done, without using our ships and men. Saves us money.

Having allies that can take care of themselves takes the burdenoff us to completely defend our interests there. Japan making more ships is just helping with the process of a self sustaining and more capable Japan. Which is good for our interest there.
User avatar #75958 to #75910 - cabbagemayhem (01/17/2015) [-]
You seem to assume they would never use their ships against us.
User avatar #75901 to #75896 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
OH and Canada is cool too. Sorry Lulz.
#75911 to #75901 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/15/2015) [-]
You better be motherfucker. sorry
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User avatar #75900 to #75896 - schnizel ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
That's nice dear.
#75879 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
From Ron Paul's official FB page.

He knows.
User avatar #75897 to #75879 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/15/2015) [-]
You live in the netherlands right? Why do you care so much? I suppose I shouldn't be talking because I live in canadia but still curious
User avatar #75898 to #75897 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
US politics is much more interesting, plus whatever happens to the US has impact on European countries.
User avatar #75899 to #75898 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/15/2015) [-]
same reasons4me
User avatar #75880 to #75879 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
That is amazing. I'd vote for him because of his foreign policy, and his amazing understanding of the constitution. His social stances are a bit backwards though.
User avatar #75884 to #75880 - pebar ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
What social stances do you have a problem with?
User avatar #75894 to #75884 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/15/2015) [-]
Abortion is the only one for me. I dont care about gay marriage.
User avatar #75887 to #75884 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
His stance on womens rights is pretty backwards for today. He's been quoted saying that women who are victims of "honest rape" should go to the emergency room and get a shot of estrogen. He doesn't want to allow women to have abortions.

Stuff like that.
User avatar #75886 to #75884 - schnizel ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
The backwards ones.
User avatar #75873 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
Pull the Trigger on every Nigger.
#75893 to #75873 - anon (01/15/2015) [-]
Pull the trigger on every nigger,
and every white guy who wants to be wigger.
I'm race-traitor eviscerator.
White on the outside I don't give
Black inside, don't let 'em live
Shame the white race, get put in your place, without a trace.
On a tree or underground
Moonman will get you without a sound.
User avatar #75891 to #75873 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
Pull the Nigger on every Nigger.
User avatar #75892 to #75891 - schnizel ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
Pul the Nigger on Nigger Nigger.
User avatar #75952 to #75892 - feelythefeel (01/16/2015) [-]
Nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger nigger.

Dis be real rap, now.
#75872 - anon (01/15/2015) [-]

God has answered our prayers.
User avatar #75883 to #75872 - akkere ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
This might complicate things a bit more for the Republican party than improve it, mostly because of the divide that was already shaping up between Bush and Rand, but now it's in a three way divide (according to a poll in Iowa at least, where Romney admittedly made it higher up).
Poll: www.courier-journal.com/story/politics-blog/2015/01/15/iowa-poll-shows-mitt-romney-and-jeb-bush-leading-with-rand-paul-in-the-middle-of-the-pack/21802831/
User avatar #75881 to #75872 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
I don't know whether I like or hate Mitt. Under his leadership we'd probably see the wealthy pull away from the middle class even more then normal, but our foreign policy would improve so fricken much.
User avatar #75885 to #75881 - pebar ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
Sen. Ted Cruz: "The Obama economic agenda has exacerbated income inequality"
User avatar #75888 to #75885 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
Honestly I'm at the point to where I think that the wealthy are going to continue to pull away and we can't stop it. They can throw a lot of money into campaigns for what they want, lobby for certain things to get passed, and just get things put their way much more effectively then most common people can. I don't think that Democrats or Republicans are willing to fix that.
User avatar #75889 to #75888 - pebar ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
Thus it would only make sense that since government is so prone to corruption, government should be limited so that the effect of the corruption would be minimal.
User avatar #75890 to #75889 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
There will always be corruption, no matter the size of government.

I agree that our current government is too bloated and overreaching with it's power. It should really only be an organization that manages and unites the states, organizes and leads the military, and creates and executes laws. I'm all for more states rights.
#75878 to #75872 - pebar ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
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User avatar #75882 to #75871 - marinepenguin (01/15/2015) [-]
Is this supposed to imply that the Apollo 11 astronauts died on the moon?
#75905 to #75882 - anon (01/15/2015) [-]
This is an address Richard Nixon would have read had they not come back.
#75870 - anon (01/15/2015) [-]
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User avatar #75875 to #75870 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
And then the place gets bombed due to the flag being a clear outstanding easy target.
#75865 - anon (01/15/2015) [-]

The Chinese government's instructions on how to be a good little minority.
User avatar #75867 to #75865 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/15/2015) [-]
Sounds hypocritical but I don't care. There's enough Islam in the world.
#75869 to #75867 - anon (01/15/2015) [-]
>too much Islam
Because it exists.
#75863 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/14/2015) [-]
#75862 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/14/2015) [-]
No one stands a chance against the Capitalist Army which has tens of thousands of listeners, THROUGHOUT THE WORLD and copious amounts of capital and Johnny Walker Second Harvest.
User avatar #75876 to #75862 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/15/2015) [-]
I feel kinda bad about Ghost. All he wanted was a radio show and he ended up leaving just because he got so many prank calls.
User avatar #75895 to #75876 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/15/2015) [-]
Pooptickler?! What kinda of a name is pooptickler!?!?
#75856 - anon (01/14/2015) [-]
Petty thieves end up in jail.
Grand thieves end up in charge of nations.
User avatar #75857 to #75856 - marinepenguin (01/14/2015) [-]
Deep but edgy
#75858 to #75857 - anon (01/14/2015) [-]
It ain't edgy if it's true.   
 Plus, "edgy" is a word used too loosely.
It ain't edgy if it's true.
Plus, "edgy" is a word used too loosely.
User avatar #75866 to #75858 - mixednuts (01/15/2015) [-]
It's come to mean "pretentious" at this point.

So I think it's pretty fitting in this instance.
User avatar #75859 to #75858 - marinepenguin (01/14/2015) [-]
It's used to the point that it's lost its sting.
User avatar #75855 - feelythefeel (01/14/2015) [-]
>Goofy is the same "Species" as the Beagle Boys and Pete
>the Beagle Boys and Pete are the go-to criminal assholes
TFW dog things are their world's equivalent of blacks, Goofy is a respectable black man surrounded by nuggets and his son constantly gets himself involved with said nuggets.
#75854 to #75852 - anon (01/14/2015) [-]
When the world goes totalitarian and they no longer have to make themselves look good for political advantage.
User avatar #75846 - feelythefeel (01/14/2015) [-]
The kicker
I'm sicker than your average nigger killer
Dressed for success
killing spicks
I'm the best
I drop bombs
On Israel and Palestine
And now you know why the Jew gold is all mine
User avatar #75849 to #75846 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/14/2015) [-]
Nigger babies I don't give a fuck
Stick it up the but
#75853 to #75849 - anon (01/14/2015) [-]
I don't give a fuck about your mama
Jizzing on her face ain't no drama
#75845 - tredbear (01/14/2015) [-]
I disagree slightly
User avatar #75864 to #75845 - feelythefeel (01/14/2015) [-]
Strawberry goats are best flavour.

Strawberry goat's milk nigga.
User avatar #75861 to #75845 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/14/2015) [-]
As a goat that can magically change color by climbing mountains this relates to me.
User avatar #75840 - feelythefeel (01/14/2015) [-]
Integral parental unit all over my strong understanding of authority, senpai!~
#75836 - byposted (01/13/2015) [-]

As far as contemporary American politics and government go, the general rule when it comes to making Nazi comparisons is don’t make Nazi comparisons.

U.S. Rep. Randy Weber, R-Texas ignored this rule Monday night, tweeting:

“Even Adolph [sic] Hitler thought it more important than Obama to get to Paris. (For all the wrong reasons.) Obama couldn’t do it for right reasons.”


Weber sent out an apology statement to media, tweeted by CNN’s Jake Tapper, which said, “I need to first apologize for my tweet. It was not my intention to trivialize the Holocaust nor to compare the President to Adolf Hitler. The mention of Hitler was meant to represent the face of evil that still exists in the world today. I now realize that the use of Hitler invokes pain and emotional trauma for those affected by the atrocities of the Holocaust and victims of anti-Semitism and hate.”
User avatar #75847 to #75836 - subtard (01/14/2015) [-]
The only thing that irritates me about this is it's just another politician using a tragedy to try to make a member of the opposite party look bad.
User avatar #75838 to #75836 - akkere ONLINE (01/14/2015) [-]
Stuff like this really doesn't warrant anything more than a simple roll of the eyes for being a political version of Godwin's Law, but I'm honestly surprised he even had to write an apology to begin with for a simple tweet, especially when I'm pretty sure sites like CNN's comment section (before it they pepsi'd it) had Godwin's law all at least once or twice every few articles.
User avatar #75837 to #75836 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/14/2015) [-]
I hate this kinda PC shit. Especially how it's always about the holo-i-couldnt-give-a-fuck-since-its-been-70-years-and-its-long-gone-time-to-sto p-using-it-as-an-excuse-caust.

I gotta say though he should have known what he was getting into. You either stick to what you say or you don't say it.
User avatar #75827 - feelythefeel (01/13/2015) [-]
If the government was forcibly replaced, could the new government claim to disown the previous government's debts?
User avatar #75831 to #75827 - pebar ONLINE (01/13/2015) [-]
The government can do whatever it wants
However it's credit score may be shot and people may not lend to it; or if it does, the interest will be high.
User avatar #75839 to #75831 - feelythefeel (01/14/2015) [-]
Does any of that matter if the country is able to consistently run a surplus from then on?
User avatar #75829 to #75827 - byposted (01/13/2015) [-]
Of course it could. Take the Bolsheviks, as an example.
User avatar #75830 to #75829 - feelythefeel (01/13/2015) [-]
Then you know what we have to do, don't you?
User avatar #75841 to #75830 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/14/2015) [-]
4th reich?
User avatar #75842 to #75841 - feelythefeel (01/14/2015) [-]
What? I was talking about writing a strongly worded letter, you lunatic!
#75843 to #75842 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/14/2015) [-]
Nazi German Hardcore Hell March Deutsches Volk!


Von schweren Sorgen bedrückt, zu monatelangem Schweigen verurteilt, ist nun die Stunde gekommen, in der ich endlich offen sprechen kann.

Als das Deutsche Reich am 3. September 1939 die englische Kriegserklärung erhielt, wiederholte sich aufs neue der britische Versuch, jeden Beginn einer Konsolidierung und damit eines Aufstiegs Europas durch den Kampf gegen die jeweils stärkste Macht des Kontinents zu vereiteln.

So hat England einst in vielen Kriegen Spanien zugrunde gerichtet.

So führte es seine Kriege gegen Holland.

So bekämpfte es mit Hilfe von ganz Europa später Frankreich.

Und so begann es um die Jahrhundertwende die Einkreisung des damaligen Deutschen Reiches und im Jahr 1914 den Weltkrieg.

Nur durch seine innere Uneinigkeit ist Deutschland im Jahre 1918 unterlegen. Die Folgen waren furchtbar. Nachdern man erst heuchlerisch erklärte, allein gegen den Kaiser und sein Regime gekämpft zu haben, begann man nach der Waffenniederlegung des deutschen Heeres mit der planmäßigen Vernichtung des Deutschen Reiches. Während sich die Prophezeihungen eines französischen Staatsmannes, daß in Deutschland 20 Millionen Menschen zuviel seien, d. h. durch Hunger, Krankheiten oder Auswanderung beseitigt werden müßten, scheinbar wörtlich erfüllten, begann die nationalsozialistische Bewegung ihr Einigungswerk des deutschen Volkes und damit den Wiederaufstieg des Reiches einzuleiten.

Diese neue Erhebung unseres Volkes aus Not, Elend und schmählicher Mißachtung stand im Zeichen einer rein inneren Wiedergeburt. Besonders England wurde dadurch nicht berührt oder gar bedroht. Trotzdem setzte die neue haßerfüllte Einkreisungspolitik gegen Deutschland augenblicklich wieder ein. Innen und außen kam es zu jenem uns bekannten Komplott zwischen Juden und Demokraten, Bolschewisten und Reaktionären mit den einzigen Zielen.
User avatar #75807 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]

Interesting, but I think it's unlikely that North Korea would attempt to full on invade South Korea. Thoughts?
User avatar #75834 to #75807 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/13/2015) [-]
Yeah of course they won't. They are trolls, not full blown retards.
User avatar #75835 to #75834 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
Agreed. I don't get why everyone blows them out of proportion, they pose basically no threat beyond accidentally launching the couple shoddy nuclear weapons they've managed to toss together.
User avatar #75809 to #75807 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/13/2015) [-]
Lmao the only reason they're buying it is because literally no other country wanted them. Don't get me wrong the planes are impressive but all the bids for those planes have utterly failed. Just NK having a napoleon complex.
User avatar #75810 to #75809 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
Even with these more "modern" planes, DPRK would probably be unable to use them to their full potential during a war, even more unlikely to be able to maintain them for a long period of time. In a full scale war, South Korea could win even if they were alone.
User avatar #75812 to #75810 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/13/2015) [-]
Plus if he wants his soldiers to properly fight they would actually have to have food meaning he'll have to share his cake.
User avatar #75813 to #75812 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
And, the soldiers will leave their little bubble, interact with South Koreans and see that they all have food, electricity, internet, freedom, and indoor plumbing. I'm sure that wouldn't go very well in the long run even if North Korea managed to win.
#75814 to #75813 - anon (01/13/2015) [-]
I heard that's one of the reasons they don't want a war, their soldiers will see what the south is really like and they might switch sides.
User avatar #75815 to #75814 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
It's likely that many of them are only staying in North Korea under threat of death to their families. There is a documentary you can look up on Netflix that was put together by a North Korean state official when he was given a secret camera by some Japanese. North Korea is a terrible place, even for many of the government officials like the one in the video.
#75816 to #75815 - anon (01/13/2015) [-]
b-b-but the west is lying bout NK.... our government is just evil and wants to kill the good guys!

they can be killed off at any moment. just like Kim's uncle was.
User avatar #75817 to #75816 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
Some believe that it's not even Kim who is in control, but the rich elite who live fairly wealthy and comfortable lives. They give the few who work under them a living wage and food, and command the real loyalty of the inner circle because of what they provide.

It's possible that Kim is also nothing more then a puppet.
#75820 to #75817 - anon (01/13/2015) [-]
If I remember, it's his mother that does most of the controlling or his sister is also in on it.
User avatar #75824 to #75820 - jewishcommunazi (01/13/2015) [-]
I think his uncle used to have some power, but he was purged from the party (and most likely shot) because he and the faction within the party on his side wanted to remain the current militarism and spending a lot of money on it, while Kim Jong Un and his faction wanted to decrease the military spending and focus more on civilians. Right now, the Kim Jong Un side is probably the most powerful.
#75828 to #75824 - anon (01/13/2015) [-]
shit man, I don't know, I'm just anon.

NK is a weird place.
User avatar #75808 to #75807 - jewishcommunazi (01/13/2015) [-]
No, the DPRK is just trying to be as much of a threat to South Korea and the West as they are to the DPRK. No more than remains from cold war tensions, in my opinion.
User avatar #75811 to #75808 - marinepenguin (01/13/2015) [-]
>>#75810, I agree. And DPRK wanting to be treated as a real nation that can pose a real threat.
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