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#102553 - polarpulse
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(01/05/2016) [-]
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Repost this windmill of friendship if you think

Europe should embrace racial diversity
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#102542 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Right wingers fucked Europe.

Who knew.
#102550 to #102542 - feelythefeel
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Is this user ideologies (Which would make you unable to use statistics correctly) or state ideologies (Which make you flat out stupid)?
#102555 to #102550 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
>Trying to call someone stupid
>Literally has a fundamental misunderstanding of how national policies work >>#102460, >>#102435,
#102566 to #102555 - feelythefeel
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(01/06/2016) [-]
What does me not understanding a foreign country's electoral process inside out have to do with this?
#102573 to #102566 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
You literally asked "How did German Hitler get elected in Austria if America doesn't allow foreign-born citizens?".
That's not a legal-sense problem, that's a common sense problem.
#102575 to #102573 - feelythefeel
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>literally
Saying something stupid is only made worse when using that word. I was asking what the American response to a Canadian being elected would be, followed by the question of how it relates to Hitler's rise to power. Hitler was initially only a means to better convey the question.
#102590 to #102575 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>used in the proper context
>can't realize this because bandwagon hates the word whether it's used correctly or not

Are you incapable of independent thought? No wonder you have a hard-on for fascism.
#102598 to #102590 - feelythefeel
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>complete lack of reading comprehension
Is there a way to block anon?
#102565 to #102555 - feelythefeel
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#102543 to #102542 - anon
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#102538 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
I can't wait to see what Obamas executive action on gun control will be today. *heavy sarcasm*
#102539 to #102538 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Probably require people haven't been found guilty of a major crime or been diagnosed with mental health issues.

What a monster.
#102540 to #102539 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
People with mental issues or most criminal offenses already aren't allowed to buy weapons in any state of the US that I'm aware of. Pretty much everyone agrees that lunatics and criminals shouldn't have guns.

These executive actions are an abuse of power and not far off from a dictatorial level of power. Obama's reaction any time he doesn't get what he wants is to make it law through executive orders. And that's what is worrisome.
#102541 to #102540 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Watching it now.

Here's a chart showing number of executive orders by President and a quick reality check for you.
#102551 to #102541 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
>the middle of the graph is the FUCKING WORLD WARS
>even after that is the Cold War
What excuse does Obongo have?
#102623 to #102551 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Haha! Please tell me you're trolling.
#102558 to #102551 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>THE WHOLE MIDDLE IS THE WORLD WARS
>Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover (the latter two of which are notorious conservative wet dreams for being "lassiez faire").

Fall asleep during history, didya?
#102572 to #102558 - feelythefeel
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#102545 to #102541 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
And just so you are aware, Obama stated over a dozen times on television that he did not have the constitutional power to create an executive order that would give illegal immigrants amnesty within the US. Then later, he signed an order that allowed 5 million illegal immigrant to have legal status and pursue work orders here in the US. He even said in a following speech that if congress has an issue with him doing things they don't find as constitutional, they should pass a bill.

If you truly believe he isn't abusing his power and circumnavigating his way around congress to get his way, you're the one who needs the reality check.
#102544 to #102541 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Except that the number of executive orders are irrelevant. I'm fully aware that FDR had well over 3000 executive orders while Obama is in the 200s. Most executive orders are simply federal housekeeping, items used to direct federal agencies with new regulations and such.

Very few times has an executive order been used to pass law, affirmative action being one by JFK. My issue with Obama, is that he uses executive orders as a legislative tool, when he doesn't see cooperation through congress to pass legislation, like on gun control, he decides he needs to create an executive order to push his ideals.

I would argue that Obama has signed the most powerful executive orders since FDR.
#102546 to #102544 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
So, you're OK with executive orders provided you agree with their content? What a surprise!

Anyway, he seems to have simply made this:

"People with mental issues or most criminal offenses already aren't allowed to buy weapons in any state of the US that I'm aware of"

actually mandatory now. So, what's your problem with that given you said "Pretty much everyone agrees that lunatics and criminals shouldn't have guns"?
#102547 to #102546 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Except you think I'm some partisan hack who only agrees with one side of a political spectrum.

Whether or not I agree with his orders, he does not have the power to sign these things into law. IT DOESNT MATTER IF I AGREE WITH IT.
#102548 to #102547 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
If that's the case then they can be struck down by the Supreme Court. We both know they aren't illegal though, you just don't like Obama.

If you think they're illegal then you're also saying the emancipation proclamation and desegregation were also illegal and a huge number of actions by both parties Presidents in history..... but muh guns, of course.



#102549 to #102548 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Youre correct in me not liking Obama, but I don't let that get in the way of my political opinions. And I already said that not all executive orders are the same.

www.mequonnow.com/blogs/communityblogs/244794131.html?lc=Smart
#102625 to #102549 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
GW Bush took you to war, authorised torture and indefinite detention using Executive power and you have a problem with Obama.
#102626 to #102625 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Why does everyone assume I liked Bush as president?

The wars were necessary, and I understand why we entered those. But almost everything else was not much better than Obama.
#102711 to #102626 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Because you're going crazy over Obama doing the same as Bush did. Did you crazy over Bush doing it when he was President?
#102713 to #102711 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/07/2016) [-]
No, because I was in 8th grade when he was president and politics was a school subject I didn't care about.

There's no point in me criticizing him now, when he's been out of office for nearly 8 years. I don't agree with his decisions on obtaining enemy information, but those orders have been repealed at this point by Obama I want to say.

Again, I have criticized Bush in the past for a lot of things. So saying I'm criticizing Obama just because Hes a demicrst/liberal/progressive is just false. I criticize many conservatives and republicans when I don't agree with their politics.
#102716 to #102713 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Fair enough, I apologise if I have unfairly characterised and misinterpreted what you're saying.

Honestly, I just get frustrated with the partisanship sometimes.
#102722 to #102716 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/07/2016) [-]
And I can understand why you'd be frustrated, now don't get me wrong, I do disagree with a LOT of liberal policy. But I'm not going to attack them when they do things right just because they're liberals. In the end your opinions should be based upon fact and logic, not prejudice and political bias.
#102730 to #102722 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
I honestly agree completely. I am anti-authoritarianism and quite left wing but have quite conservative personal values! It means there's stuff that Trump says I agree with and stuff that Obama says that I agree with.

No party agrees with me!

I do hate the views of people on the left and right who would remove freedom from others on the basis of race or social group. That's basically the history of my country.

Imperialists, communists and fascists should be everyone's enemy because they're the ones who would take our freedom to fight some demonised and overblown 'enemy'. An over response to terrorists etc. is a much bigger threat to our freedom and democracies than the terrorists could ever hope to be.

At least, that's my opinion....!
#102732 to #102730 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/07/2016) [-]
That would mean you probably are closer to a libertarian then either party.

I haven't opposed the left so heavily until they've made it fairly clear they want the US to become a socialist nation. I'm against big government, I believe in low and flat taxes, I'm against a single government sponsered healthcare system, education system, welfare system, and I think more power should go to the individual states instead of a federal government, and I think people should have the ability to choose. That means legal guns, drugs, free and open marriage, etc. I don't think the government should be involved in the citizens daily lives. Much of this directly opposes the democrats, especially Obama and Clinton, which is why I tend to criticize them more.
#102855 to #102732 - redandgreen
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(01/09/2016) [-]
Maybe. I just retook the pol test.

I'll see if I can find anything interesting on libertarians to read, thank you.
#102537 - thumbfortrump
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(01/05/2016) [-]
You need to login to view this link

So much satisfaction. The white supremacist showing his true colors.
#102534 to #102533 - alimais
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(01/05/2016) [-]
According to rumors comments and other people police didn't even try to intervene in the mass gathering in front of the Köln I hate the english name Cologne for this city mainstation

People were arrested who had their asylum documents with them and there was even a interview with a migrant in his German paid housing who explained how to rob Germans and showed his letters from the police.
#102606 to #102534 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
How to rob? Who told him that?
#102607 to #102606 - alimais
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(01/06/2016) [-]
It's a interview from a German TV channel and has no subtitles
#102519 - pebar
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(01/05/2016) [-]
www.nytimes.com/2016/01/05/nyregion/cuomo-misses-point-people-on-streets-say.html

it turns out people don't like being forcefully relocated against their will
#102514 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
www.cnn.com/2016/01/03/middleeast/saudi-arabia-executes-dozens-terror/

Well it looks like Saudi Arabia and Iran are butting heads again, and Iraq is actually supporting Iran here.
#102525 to #102514 - thumbfortrump
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(01/05/2016) [-]
I hope they go to war.
#102579 to #102525 - lotengo
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Im 95% sure you already have this, but im giving it to you anyway
#102608 to #102579 - anon
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#102584 to #102579 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
I didn't, thanks man.
#102520 to #102514 - pebar
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(01/05/2016) [-]
No idea why the US maintains relations with Saudi Arabia.
It's an awful country.

muh oil
#102517 to #102514 - shekelnator
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Kingdom of Terrorists Arabia aint going nowhere now. this year will be a hell one for them.
#102563 to #102517 - whoozy ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
I bet you'll pay attention to this religion war

Let's hope they destroy each other
Terrible bandit states both of them
#102516 to #102514 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
As much as I dislike Iran, fuck Saudi Arabia in this particular instance. They're only tolerated because they're a huge oil supplier and they cooperate with US politics.

I say let them duke it out. Though it would drive up oil prices drastically.
#102513 - Zaxplab
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Great Again - Donald Trump for President TV Ad


It's happening
#102552 to #102513 - feelythefeel
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Deus Vult, glorious leader!
#102518 to #102513 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Please be fake.
#102508 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Potato Pride 감자자랑 NKpop in translation [English subtitles]
#102512 to #102508 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
PSY - GANGNAM STYLE(강남스타일) M/V South Korea: "Just cuck my culture up fam"
#102511 to #102508 - feelythefeel
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Actually pretty gud, tbh
#102503 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
HI IM HILLARY I BELIEVE THAT WEVE BEEN VISITED BY ANCIENT ALIENS AND THAT THE PRESIDENT IS WITHHOLDING INFORMATION ABOUT A GALACTIC EMPIRE OR SOME SHIT

I ALSO BELIEVE THAT TRUMP IS IN LEAGUE WITH ISIS, EVEN THOUGH ISIS ACTIVELY TRIES TO MAKE EVERYTHING I SAY RETROACTIVELY COME TRUE!

VOTE CLINTON, AND PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE SICK, DISGUSTING CRIMES WE'VE BEEN BLATANTLY COMMITTING FO YEARS! BYEEEE
#102515 to #102503 - shekelnator
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(01/05/2016) [-]
ayy lmao - macarena AYY LMAO
#102506 to #102503 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Something like 46 people in her inner circle or who have been enemies of hers have been in suspicious suicides, car accidents, or been murdered in the past 30 years.
#102509 to #102506 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
>2016
>Still pushing the Vince Foster meme

Hi, Rush.
#102522 to #102510 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
A FUCKING White House chef.

If you look at the "associates" (and use associate to describe people such as personal chefs, valets, campaign volunteers, and other various minor staffers and domestic workers) of anyone who's been in politics or business for over thirty god damn years many of them have probably died, and some dramatically. People die, and nearly 40,000 a year from suicide and some 20,000 in car accidents in the United States. So yes, I think that they're coincidences. In fact I'd be surprised if this number was only 46 associates dead under "suspicious" circumstances for someone who has been in politics for over 30 years. It takes a lot of personnel to staff a campaign and the White House, and these types of positions can shift.

Also Kenneth Starr, a Whitewater prosecutor who spent 5 years and 40 million dollars trying to find any evidence to bring impeachment charges against Bill Clinton did not believe the deaths of Mary Mahoney and Vince Foster to be anything other than suicide and homicide.

The Clintons have done some seedy shit, in fact Vince Foster was in a way a victim of theirs. He was a man who was obviously depressed, but this had gone unnoticed or unspoken of by friends, family, and coworkers. He was then thrust, unprepared, into the horrible atmosphere of Washington D.C., scapegoated for some early PR debacles in the Clinton administration. Then mocked relentlessly for this. And now, this lifelong Democrat is being Lionized by the Far-Right.

That said, you have to be really gullible to believe this.
#102490 - canyou
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I didn't know Bernie Sanders actually said that climate change was causing ISIS to grow.
#102556 to #102490 - akkere
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If I remember correctly, he elaborated saying that this was due to the fact that rising water levels would've lead to less land, which would lead to more people being displaced from their homes, and therefore more people being subject to the sort of a propaganda that ISIS thrives on.
www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2015/nov/16/bernie-s/fact-checking-bernie-sanders-comments-climate-chan/
Kind of an interesting breakdown of the statement and factchecking against its actual correctness.
#102568 to #102556 - canyou
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Well what confused me was that it was practically his opening statement. Like that had to be planned.

Also, it's interesting that nobody says global warming anymore. It's "climate change" which feels very vague...
#102571 to #102568 - akkere
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I think the idea was to drop a big bomb with two commonly known terms; climate change, and ISIS. The problem is he insists on establishing there's a direct link between the two, when in actuality it's an indirect relationship; climate change leads to a slew of other things that are directly linked to the rise of militants, but higher temperatures alone aren't going to cause people to take up arms, at least not enough for it to be given a title as big as a "major direct connection". One thing about the aforelinked article is that it even takes note that one of Sanders' references of the Pentagon terming climate change as a "threat multiplier" is that it's more likely they consider it to be an indirect factor multiplying some terms or factors of the "sum of terrorism", and not a term itself that adds up on its own.
#102492 to #102490 - thumbfortrump
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According to leftists, the source of islamic extremism and violence is anything but the Quran and the islamists themselves. Because in their world there is no such thing as a personal responsibility.
You'll never hear him say islam is causing ISIS to grow, even though without islam, ISIS would not exist.
#102495 to #102492 - Shiny
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Blaming a book for people being violent is no different than blaming guns for shootings.
#102496 to #102495 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Blaming policies for ruining the economy is no different than blaming guns for shootings.
#102497 to #102496 - Shiny
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Explain?
#102498 to #102497 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
You're saying you can't blame inanimate things for people's behavior, but I disagree. Ideas can be blamed. Of course you need people to enforce them, but without the idea they would have nothing to enforce. The Quran is an "idea" many follow, and I do blame it for corrupting so many people.
#102499 to #102498 - Shiny
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Religion's main role in peoples' lives is cultural, so to speak. The Quran doesn't make people bomb embassies any more than the Bible makes people bomb abortion clinics.

You said it yourself, people are personally responsible.
#102501 to #102499 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I disagree. The foundation of their heinous acts is in my opinion their holy script. It is what sanctions their actions. I do agree religion is a huge part of their culture though.

And I also believe it is possible to both hold the person and the idea responsible.
Without the idea, the person would not undertake his action.
Without the person, the idea could not be realized.
The union of the two creates the dynamics, and must therefore be criticized in unification.
#102504 to #102501 - Shiny
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Extremist interpretations of religion aren't necessarily "wrong", but neither are peaceful ones. Most Muslims consider the violent verses to apply to specific events in ancient history.

And even actual terrorist groups generally just make shit up that doesn't fit at all, like ISIS' worldwide caliphate crap when even Islamism dictates that outside of a caliphate, hating on other religions is a big no-no.
#102524 to #102504 - thumbfortrump
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Question then. If the peaceful muslims consider the violent, and lets agree pretty immoral, verses as historical and therefore not something they should follow.

If they consider them as such, why don't they remove them from the Quran.
#102526 to #102524 - Shiny
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Wouldn't that be, y'know...political correctness? It's still part of the book since it details the lives of early prophets.
#102527 to #102526 - thumbfortrump
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Because many claim that is islam is peaceful and islam is perfect. It can't be peaceful if it contains immoral verses sanctioning murder on non-believers, and it can't be perfect if they nit-pick the verses they like, and then act like the bad parts don't exist.
#102529 to #102527 - Shiny
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(01/05/2016) [-]
"Someone somewhere said something" is a weak argument and you should know that. It might be immoral, but the government's job is not to dictate morality, it's to dictate ethics.
#102530 to #102529 - thumbfortrump
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(01/05/2016) [-]
That is not a weak argument at all. It's a statement voiced by the majority of muslims. If that is your answer I'm going to end the discussion here.
#102531 to #102530 - Shiny
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Muslims think Islam is the best religion? I had no idea...
#102532 to #102531 - thumbfortrump
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(01/05/2016) [-]
You're deliberately avoiding my arguments. A bit sad that you're actively trying to derail a discussion. I'll keep that in mind for next time.
#102471 - enlightednatzie
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#102505 to #102471 - Shiny
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Libertarianism (outside of American anti-politics) refers to all small government ideologies that assume the existence of a nation state. Left and right libertarianism exist.

What you're referring to is ancaps, whom are literally feudalists.
#102502 to #102471 - anon
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Reminder that you're either a Social Democrat or a sociopath.
#102500 to #102471 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
>in which rape is legal
I'm not even libertarian and I know how much of a misrepresentation that is.
#102472 to #102471 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
>All SD pictures are from Denmark

I thought you hated Denmark.
#102473 to #102472 - enlightednatzie
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Atleast you can buy cheap alcoholic fluids there and they have naked women as public art
#102470 - enlightednatzie
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Yeaah, that handgun will protect you against a squad of (legally) armed cameljockeys just fine m'lady. Or should i say, armed m'lady.
#102491 to #102470 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I won't be satisfied with my amount of weapons until I can successfully subdue a Mexican cartel single handed.
#102484 to #102470 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I'm sure you'll have the same opinion when Achmed is forcing you down a burka.
#102521 to #102484 - enlightednatzie
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Yeaaah... exept that will never happen.
#102463 - enlightednatzie
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Why are black people, or niggers as i call them so violent?
#102494 to #102463 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
The white kid fought like an autist and seems to hit first. He did not deserve to win.
Also, the black kid could have annihilated him while he was laying on the ground, but chose to walk away.

In short, your rhetorical question does not correlate with the actual circumstances.
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#102467 to #102463 - anon
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Monkey brains
Evolutionary dead end... we should have killed them of by now...

Just look at their feral behavior
#102469 to #102467 - enlightednatzie
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(01/04/2016) [-]
And why do they always film their assaults? If me and my mates where to beat the living shit out of anyone we would never bring the camera because of obvius reasons.
#102528 to #102469 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
It looked like the white boy attacked the black one and the black boy was not filming.
#102435 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Theoretically, if someone pulled a Hitler and tried to be a Canadian elected as president, would that work out the same?
#102507 to #102435 - akkere
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(01/05/2016) [-]
It's legally impossible for someone of non-native born citizenship to be elected president. The only exception is if they were born in another country but at least one of the parents are natural born citizens.
#102452 to #102435 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Well Ted Cruz is Canadian and he's doing alright.
#102436 to #102435 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Canada isn't as relevant as Germany was at the time.
#102468 to #102436 - anon
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(01/04/2016) [-]
CANADA ISN'T RELEVANT AT ALL MY MAN
#102440 to #102436 - feelythefeel
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Canada is far more relevant than Austria was, tho.
#102441 to #102440 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
So you want to make America your Germany? If you managed to do that won't ever happen it would work out the same, only you would win.
#102443 to #102441 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I'm asking if it's even possible to be elected, and what would happen if I won.
#102446 to #102443 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
also the guy's a bonghead.
#102445 to #102443 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Not very good odds considering your current PM, but I predict more right wingers the coming years, due to the fact that leftist policies ultimately always fail. So theoretically yeah. You'd need to have unique charisma to pull it off though.
#102447 to #102445 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Fuck you're dense.
>move to US
>win election
>wat happen?
#102448 to #102447 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
You never said that, nigger. And the same goes for America, only we value freedom a hundred times more than Canards, so your odds are even worse.
#102449 to #102448 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I'M ASKING IF IT'S EVEN POSSIBLE AND WHAT THE LEGAL RESPONSE WOULD BE YOU MORON REEEEEEEEE
#102451 to #102449 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
"Theoretically, if someone pulled a Hitler and tried to be a Canadian elected as president, would that work out the same". You created a scenario where it was possible and I answered to that.

If you don't fulfill the naturalborn citizen clause, you can't ever be president.
#102454 to #102451 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
So what would happen if you don't and are still elected?

Like Obama, but less black.
#102458 to #102454 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Impeachment of the president.
#102460 to #102458 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Then how did Hitler do it?
#102462 to #102460 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Well I don't know the German constitution at the given time so I wouldn't know. Most Scandinavian countries for instance don't have an article saying you have to be 'naturally born', only you must have citizenship. I don't know a lot about how Hitler came into power, but as it was a democracy before, I'm sure he violated some constitutional rule somewhere down the line.
#102453 to #102451 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Cruz was born in Calgary and no one has really combatted him from running.
#102455 to #102453 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
He fulfills the clause as his mother is American.
#102456 to #102455 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Ah, never mind then.
#102429 - alimais
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I find the "THE SYRIAN REVOLUTION FROM KAFRANABEL" pictures interesting because Kafranabel is officially Al-Qaeda held territory.
#102431 to #102429 - lotengo
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(01/04/2016) [-]
got a map? I keep losing track of that clusterfuck over there.
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#102464 to #102431 - alimais
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(01/04/2016) [-]
It's in the white space to the south east

syria.liveuamap.com/
#102485 to #102464 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Is this an updated map? Look like government troops gained more ground.
#102486 to #102485 - alimais
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(01/04/2016) [-]
It is up-to-date

They gain ground everyday duo the other groups having no real offensive abilities anymore.

Even ISIS in Syria doesn't do much duo their main front being in Iraq

#102465 to #102464 - lotengo
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Right, i forgot al Nursa and al Quaida are allies / subsidiary
#102466 to #102465 - alimais
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Not ally, they swore allegiance

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Nusra_Front
#102430 to #102429 - anon
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(01/04/2016) [-]
They know that brain dead american fucktards won't make the connection
#102428 - enlightednatzie
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(01/04/2016) [-]
/At+any+size/funny-pictures/5788034/26#26

When amerilards claim they have cultural difference in their different states.

No, if burger king is more popular in california than in florida because they prefer mcdonalds, that doesnt make america a rich continent like europe. Are all americans this hella fucking stupid or is this just a meme? I really hope its a meme because its worrysome that the country with the most millitary power in the world is also the stupidest pieces of shits.

In Europe we have totally different language, and it isnt just different dialects of german which the amerilards think. We have everything from sámi to italian and totally different language families, instead of just calling sparkly water ''soda'' and ''pop'' in different parts of the continent like you americans.

#102450 to #102428 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Your knowledge of America is as good as Sweden is muslim.
#102474 to #102450 - cognosceteipsum ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Well, your knowledge of Sweden is as good as of an American so it kinda evens out.
#102475 to #102474 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
What have I said about Sweden that's untrue?
#102477 to #102475 - cognosceteipsum ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Too much to answer. Make it: what have I said about Sweden that is true and I can say: that it's a country.
#102478 to #102477 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Same as "I don't know".
#102479 to #102478 - cognosceteipsum ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Exactly, you don't know shit about Sweden, it's good that you're admitting it
#102480 to #102479 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
That's not what I meant at all, and you know it. "Too much to answer" is equivalent to "I don't know". Sure are some cheap points you're trying to score.
#102482 to #102480 - cognosceteipsum ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
What?
#102483 to #102482 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
You wrote: Too much to answer.
I wrote: Same as "I don't know", meaning that saying "Too much to answer" is equivalent to "I don't know".

How dense are you.
#102487 to #102483 - cognosceteipsum ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Wtf means dense?
#102489 to #102488 - cognosceteipsum ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
What is this text and why is it purple with underlining
#102457 to #102450 - enlightednatzie
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(01/04/2016) [-]
So... Not many muslim att all?
#102459 to #102457 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I messed up fam
#102444 to #102428 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(01/04/2016) [-]
My father's family is a bunch of hard ranchers from Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. My mothers family is from Urban Suburbia of Ohio. These two groups of people barely do any two things alike.
#102439 to #102428 - feelythefeel
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I'm impressed. Not everyone can rant about things they don't understand with Arab cock in their mouths.

Oh wait, I forgot. You're European.
#102426 - anon
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#102433 to #102426 - pebar
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#102432 to #102426 - pebar
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#102406 - pebar
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Which state is worse: New York or California

strawpoll.me/6445258
#102437 to #102406 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
California. Bunch of mecs and hippies.
#102425 to #102406 - lotengo
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(01/04/2016) [-]
take a guess
#102415 to #102406 - byposted
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(01/04/2016) [-]
a-are you being friendly with me? I mentioned both states in a reply to you.

j-jew york, I guewss
#102417 to #102415 - pebar
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I like, and when I say like, I mean in a non-homo fashion, you better when, referring to a time since passed, you used to split (as in, to separate) your sentences, and often whole posts, very unnecessarily.
#102418 to #102417 - byposted
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I liked -- and when I say like, I mean in a non-homosexual fashion -- you better when, referring to a time since passed (cliche af tbh) , you used to split (as in, to separate into clauses) your sentences, and often whole posts, very necessarily (you have branded me as bipolar (twice?), and intermittently high-energy, so I separate my posts to make it easier to follow my racing thoughts, which I wouldn't share, in their adolescent naivety, if I didn't think that they had value to them).

ftfy
#102419 to #102418 - pebar
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(01/04/2016) [-]
I think it was just once
#102422 to #102419 - byposted
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Muhammad (pbuhhp) would probably be diagnosed as "bipolar" by a pysch kike today.

If I leverage the "disorder," I can be quite extraordinary - a champion of H'Whites, like the unlettered Prophet was of Arabs, before the written Word, transmitted through him, was received by the whole world.

I should be writing for one of those altright rags. I knew about therightstuff before the normalfags came - bulbazar and the rest. But I only browsed when I was low-energy. I didn't even watch any of the Daily Shoahs unironically and for more than a minute, although I witnissed the release of the first one.
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#102420 to #102419 - pebar
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(01/04/2016) [-]
>>#102418, and it was a legitimate question when I asked.
#102423 to #102420 - byposted
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(01/04/2016) [-]
My great memory tells me you did it once before.

You also disrespected the prophet (pbuhhp).
#102438 to #102423 - thumbfortrump
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(01/04/2016) [-]
Fuck Muhammed the pedophile.
#102412 to #102406 - anon
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(01/04/2016) [-]
New York may have it's corruption, but when it comes to governance, California is a clusterfuck. With prisons that are incredibly overcrowded and public schools that have been described as "broken".
#102416 to #102412 - byposted
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(01/04/2016) [-]
>With prisons that are incredibly overcrowded and public schools that have been described as "broken".

this is everywhere urban-centered.
#102413 to #102412 - mixednuts
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(01/04/2016) [-]
That was me. I forgot to log in.