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#97920 - enlightednatzie
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Its 5 in the morning and i made this. A Hitler template.
#97922 to #97920 - enlightednatzie
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Hitler posing with his crew
#97937 to #97910 - jewishcommunazi
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(11/06/2015) [-]
If free speech means allowing powerful entities to spread deliberate lies to mislead the public and take advantage of it then I don't want free speech. At least holocaust deniers actually believe what they say.
#97921 to #97910 - mixednuts ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Misleading the public and potential investors should be protected speech. Otherwise you're on a slippery slope to Totalitarianism.
#97923 to #97921 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
government deciding facts and making it illegal to question them is indeed a slippery slope
#97924 to #97923 - mixednuts ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
You're entitled to your own opinions, not your own facts.

If someone could provide reasonable doubt for global warming, they would likely win a noble prize. Scientific theory doesn't work like economic or political theory.
#97925 to #97924 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
so let the scientific community deal with it

not government
#97926 to #97925 - mixednuts ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
The scientific community is dealing with it, but the business community is trying to fuck it up.

The scientific community is in overwhelming agreement that global warming is fact, especially the climatology community. This is about as credible as if a pharmaceutical company were to claim that cocaine is a beneficial medicine. And tried to keep any information to the contrary from potential investors. Though as a Libertarian, you likely wouldn't care. There wouldn't be nearly as much outrage if they were investigated for these claims.
#97927 to #97926 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
>The scientific community is in overwhelming agreement that global warming is fact

so there's no problem then
#97928 to #97927 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
The problem arises when the public is mislead by corporate interests who have the money to continue developing misinformation campaigns. Even for all the information sources out there that dumb it down and summarize everything in an easily accessible way, there's still people that are swayed by both partisan and corporate interests regarding the matter.
#97929 to #97928 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
so while free speech exists, exceptions should be made when people start to listen....
#97930 to #97929 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
There's a big difference between voicing an opinion that you genuinely believe in and voicing misinformation for selfish gain, especially when it puts people in harm's way. And I'm not just talking about "oh no, my poor feelings err- I mean, my mental health is damaged" either, I'm talking about actual physical consequences including the amplification of damage caused by natural disasters. This is on par to pharmaceutical corporations deliberately masking negative side effects to medication.

It's not just a matter of exceptions being made "when people start to listen", it's a matter of exceptions when people are getting actively put in harm's way. It's the very essence of why exceptions were made for cases like the "yelling fire in a theater" clause, only this is put at a greater scale.
#97935 to #97930 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
>Actually using the "fire in a theater" bullshit argument

This is why free speech opponents and their "muh hypothetical consequences" are usually mocked.

How is people not believing in climate science even a disaster? Who the fuck gives a shit if some random redneck falls for climate misinformation? They're not the ones doing the climate science, they're not the philantropists trying to stop climate science. Whether they believe in it or not has literally no impact on how climate will be stopped whatsoever. This reminds me of feminist rape culture fear mongering where everyone falsely accused of rape should be jailed anyway because otherwise it might discourage victims to go to the police or some shit.
#97938 to #97935 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
"This reminds me of feminist rape culture fear mongering where everyone falsely accused of rape should be jailed anyway"
Literally how? I don't even see how this is a free speech issue. The problem isn't whether they "believe" climate change exists, the problem is they're outright putting out misleading to completely wrong campaigns of information to convince people of something that's been unanimously agreed upon to be wrong by the scientific community. It's on the same wavelength of trying to say a medication is completely safe, when all doctoral peer review groups have seen it and state that no, it's actually quite harmful.

"Who the fuck gives a shit if some random redneck falls for climate misinformation?"
Except it's not just some 'random redneck'; lots of people are falling for it, and the whole existence of the campaign is to make sure that most people are on the fence about the whole thing, when there's numerous studies that show there's reason to be so.
And you want to know who really gives a shit? Really? The fucking people getting blasted by amplified natural disasters. Floods that break through shoreline barriers because the ice caps melted just enough to do so. Heatwave-induced wildfire. Ring any bells?
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18268873
earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/RisingCost/rising_cost5.php
www.popsci.com/which-weather-disasters-2014-were-influenced-by-climate-change
www.theguardian.com/environment/2009/sep/06/global-warming-natural-disasters-conference

If the only way you can recognize an issue is by shoehorning SJWs and "muh free speech" issue, stop posting. People's lives are getting wrecked when they shouldn't be, myself included when I had my own home ruined by Sandy, and I still can't believe there's people who have the gall to not only continue to deny it, but also defend the misinformation campaigns by shoehorning unrelated issues.
#97943 to #97938 - marinepenguin
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(11/06/2015) [-]
I don't disagree that the climate is changing. I just disagree that humans are the cause of it.
#97953 to #97943 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
In what way? That people have contributed too minor a factor to reconcile the change of climate, or that people haven't contributed in any way to the change of climate?

Climate change is best thought of as a function multiple variables, or rather the derivative to an even bigger function that refers to the climate itself. The earliest phase of the debate regarding climate changes' sources was in regard to if humans could contribute to the change in climate. When that was established to be a possibility, the next question was how, which was primarily through the greenhouse gas theory. The next ongoing question is the magnitude in relation to other factors, which is being solved through comparisons of historical climate change and the rate it occurs, in relation to the changing of the climate now.

My problem isn't people not taking account of climate chamge or the notion that humans contribute to climate change I'm a significant manner, but that people hold these ideas due to the partisan disinformation campaigns, and refuse to even discuss the issue.
#97954 to #97953 - marinepenguin
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Climate change is occurring, obviously. I don't agree with the idea that mankind has created enough greenhouse gases to significantly alter our climate. Have they had an affect? A minuscule one maybe. But the natural process that guide our planets climate are far more affecting then what we can do. Just looking over the past two thousand years, the Roman period was far warmer then it is today, followed by the mini ice ages of the middle ages separated by the Medieval Warm Period and back to a warmer period in the later 1800s. Now we get to where we can record these global temperatures and try to correlate them, and in the 70s and 80s we thought the global temperatures were cooling, even though our human output of CO2 was increasing. As we've gotten into the new millennium it's become global warming as the new phrase, but as we're getting ihalfway through this new decade the predictions of global warming have begun to fall through. Temperatures are beginning to stabilize and go down again, and the ice caps have begun to build ice once again.

Not to mention that there have been many many times in Earths history where it has been far warmer, with no ice caps at all, and much much higher levels of CO2.

Climate change is occurring alright, but it's not a world ending scenario, and it's not being incredibly enhanced by human beings.
#97960 to #97954 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Scientists have been actively developing computer generated models based on historical changes in climate and known factors that weren't caused by humans. The problem is those models are inaccurate when they're projected into modern times, unless they start to factor in human cause in relation to the greenhouse gas fundamental.

Most skeptic graphs run on the idea that eventually the climate would and should rebound naturally. This is a graphic based on a projection model by Easterbrook based on two instances of global cooling, which took place in the 19th and 20th centuries respectively (these weather instances are also estimated to have support for the human-changed climate, but I'll explain that later) and another line that shows observed weather based off of NASA's findings of the global temperature. The presentation took place in 2008, wattsupwiththat.com/2008/12/29/don-easterbrooks-agu-paper-on-potential-global-cooling/ and the graph had projections for approximately a century after the fact. Because Easterbrook refused to take in consideration the greenhouses as a factor in anyway is why his points are off for the intersecting domains that the observed temperature and predicted temperatures are off.

Another example is the Hansen/Lindzen estimations. Hansen underlined multiple scenarios of the climate change which revolved around the projected increase of greenhouse gases, while Lindzen opposed this estimate model with enough statements that could be modeled out as well. Hansen's B scenario has proven to very close to the observed temperatures as we've experienced them thus far, while Lindzen's resulting model has shown to be consistently underestimated through and through (and he still this day tries to justify the incorrect predictions).

If the cooling was indeed supposed to be in effect by now and we still have not been able to experience it, then proposes a very serious problem, especially if the natural climate change is supposed to rebound once more to a "natural heating". It's been hypothesized that in the past, the drops in cooling might've lead to a near ice age had it not been for the industrial era, and we might be experiencing a similar effect to any cooling that's supposed to be experienced now.
#97961 to #97960 - marinepenguin
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(11/06/2015) [-]
When graphed over the past hundred years, sure, it looks alarming. But these are processes that are extremely long, and can't be observed over a very short period of time. A hundred years of observation in terms of climate is very very small.

If you look at the average temperature in terms of the past million years or so, we have yet to go outside the normal trend of our warming periods in between ice ages. Usually these ice ages last for 90,000 years on average while a 10,000 year warming period breaks in between these ice ages. It's also not unusual to see spikes in temperature right before an ice age begins to occur, which this current warming period has begun to reach its end. I wouldn't be surprised if we saw another major ice age within the next thousand years or so.

I think the major downfall of these theories is that it uses a lot of evidence from a very short period of time in comparison to long term climate norms.
#97969 to #97961 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Even if you expand it to as far as hundreds of millions of years, you'll notice unsettling results. Even moreso when you consider that many of the highpoints which lead to extinctions over time were due to rapid carbon emissions.
(graph from PNAS) www.pnas.org/content/107/2/576.short
The previous eras of life held on average higher temperatures than even now, and were able to continue to do so because the greenhouse gases were balanced against the carbon in the oceans. The problem starts to arise when the rate of carbon emissions suddenly becomes rapid, which usually resulted from anything including massive volcanos (none of which are active today) or large organic sediments (same non or minimal existence today).
The key factor to these cataclysmic results is the rapid emission of carbon, which results in a large spike in temperature, as opposed to a slow change in climate which is typically associated with Earth's orbital positioning in relation to the sun (as well as the conjunction with the Sun's intensity).
There's evidence to the long-term that actually supports the theories moreso than the short-term projections; the only reason the short-term projections exist to give a more grounded example of natural climate change without the influence of rapid carbon emissions vs. climate change with a constant due to the further emissions.
#97940 to #97938 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
So yeah considering you literally dodged everything i said and every point i've made i think it's save to say that you have no argument so a conversation isn't even worth having anymore. Good bye.
#97939 to #97938 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
I love how you completely dodged my question about how people not believing in climate change is even remotely going to affect anything considering they're not the ones doing anything to fix it whether they believe it or not. Seems like someone is afraid to answer this basic question. If the scientists and philantropists are in agreement then the amount of people believing in climate change changes nothing.

If we're going to jail or ban people for misleading shit then you might as well ban nearly every single person who has ever talked about politics. Hell if we're talking about misleading then we should arrest Al Gore for his misleading predictions and most of the climate "scientists" because they're no better then skeptics in pushing false or misleading shit, or how about nearly every church in the US for saying false things about evolution. See how this backfires? People say wrong and misleading things all the time, instead of being a thought policing little snot kids try acting like an adult and solve it via providing actual discussion.

You're only showing the difference between actual climate science and politically based climate hysteria based on pseudoscience, orwellian thought police and alex jones tier conspiracy bullshit.
#97941 to #97939 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
You're a free market economist that doesn't understand how the magnitude of the general public's opinion affects how financial bodies are punished or rewarded based on the information they receive? Are you serious?
#97909 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Interesting development in the GOP primary debates.

Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee are both kicked out of the upcoming Fox Business prime-time debate. The qualification to enter the prime-time debate is meeting a threshold in the polls. In this case it had to be 2.5% in average from 4 polls.

Mike Huckabee and Chris Christie will be going to the Undercard Debate this time as both have scored 2.25% on average on these polls.

It could be worse though. George Pataki and Lindsey Graham don't even qualify for the Undercard debate. The qualification for that one was having 1% on at least one of the four polls which both failed.

So we're finally at the point where the small fries will drop one by one. The current line-up is as follows (no particular order)

Prime-time: Trump, Carson, Rubio, Bush, Cruz, Paul, Fiorina, Kasich
Undercard: Christie, Huckabee, Santorum, Jindal
#97911 to #97909 - youregaylol
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(11/06/2015) [-]
surprised Kasich is still there
#97915 to #97911 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Kasich has a niche market among moderate conservatives i think.
#97916 to #97915 - youregaylol
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(11/06/2015) [-]
He'll be the next to fall, I'm calling it.
#97917 to #97916 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Hmm Kasich is still comfortably in the 3% range which is a safe zone for now. I think Paul is in the biggest danger zone because Cruz is taking over his base of libertarian leaning voters. I'm curious if Christie or Huckabee can recover from this.
#97899 - anon
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(11/06/2015) [-]
#97907 to #97899 - Zaxplab
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#97918 to #97907 - anon
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Yeah because it's a fake... I set up the photo shoot, but I used an actual dead boy... Yeah pol is crazy... Maybe they just invent things out of whole cloth
I've never been to pol
My interest is justice
Your a memer.... A fucking slug, a roach... I'm sure in your mind you are clever.... But you are not
#97919 to #97918 - Zaxplab
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(11/06/2015) [-]
heh, someone's upset.

Do you have any context or proof for your shitposts or are you just going to continue crying?
#97894 - anon
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(11/06/2015) [-]
#97893 - anon
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(11/06/2015) [-]
#97870 - minibeep
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(11/05/2015) [-]
im slowly teaching my smaller siblings that the outlanders are bad people and can not be trusted.
#97896 to #97870 - Shiny
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Way to make them social pariahs.
#97898 to #97896 - anon
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Invite one into your house then
#97900 to #97898 - Shiny
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(11/06/2015) [-]
I don't invite anyone into my house, even if they're "my" people.
#97966 to #97900 - anon
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Then fuck off you mediocre bitch
#97887 to #97870 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Well, they are.
#97879 to #97870 - youregaylol
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(11/05/2015) [-]
good man
#97871 to #97870 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
You're doing gods work son.
#97889 to #97871 - minibeep
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(11/05/2015) [-]
the 11 year old came home from primary school today and used the proper term for them.
"the outlanders" (directly translated)
she told us today when we all ate dinner together
that she has to sit besides one of the outlanders and hes disturbing the pupils around him. she reported him to the teachers today. so much win!
my parents dont approve but they dont follow the news like i do.
im also talking about the same problems with my own classmates in high school.
this is only the beginning
#97905 to #97889 - enlightednatzie
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Lmao! Do you have an ultimate solution too? It would be epic for the win if the outlanders sudenly ''dissapeared'' from school amirite?
#97931 to #97905 - minibeep
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(11/06/2015) [-]
i dont have a solution like that. i think people would need to work together for that.
#97866 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Prager University, you may recognize the name; they make a bunch of YouTube videos

They just contacted me through my university email. I don't know how they found me.
This is weird.
#97890 to #97866 - akkere
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Have you watched a number of their videos, and/or liked a few of them at a time?
Chances are, Youtube took note of this and put you down for a list which got sold off to political interest companies that range everywhere from polling surveyors to information pipelines like Prager.
Something similar happened to me when I signed up for a number of different news sites to be able to comment on as well as have articles trafficked over to a separate tab in my email. A week later I ended up getting emails from conservative and political interest groups, including but not limited to, The Republican and Democratic parties.
Shit's creepy dawg.
#97901 to #97890 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
I don't use my university email for youtube and google stuff though
#97902 to #97901 - akkere
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Is it a private or state university? The former might pass around the emails, especially if political clubs have a strong relationship/rapport there.
Also is the email hosted from a private company? My university is state, but my email is hosted/built from Google's Gmail network, though I haven't received anything from there (could be because I use my standard gmail more frequently).
#97891 to #97890 - akkere
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(11/05/2015) [-]
I ended up getting emails from conservative and liberal political interest groups*
#97897 to #97891 - anon
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#97906 to #97897 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Who's More Pro-Science, Republicans or Democrats? - Neil deGrasse Tyson >compromise is just leftism light
>tea party has nothing to do with religion
>I love how "facts" is in quotations
>liberals don't care about "new information"
>leftist progress is not progress; global civilizations were built by capitalism
>how the fuck is education demonized?
>hurr hurr muh abortion.... leftists control people's bodies way more than cons when they tell them what kind of food they're allowed to eat, the places people are allowed to work, etc
>tea party is general more pro-immigration than other cons
>because loving your country is tribal...
>watch how liberals react to dissent when they see a black republican
>the US government deserves to be hated

nice bait anon; it was tasty
#97881 to #97866 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/05/2015) [-]
>>#97869, >>#97876, this was the email
#97884 to #97881 - anon
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#97885 to #97884 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Leftism is the moral justification for slavery then
#97895 to #97885 - Shiny
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#97912 to #97895 - giveherthebanana
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(11/06/2015) [-]
>shiny defending marx

That's a new low.
#97908 to #97895 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Milton Friedman was the son of immigrants who came to america with nothing
#98018 to #97908 - Shiny
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(11/07/2015) [-]
So we only know about him because the government gave him money and work? Figures.
#97892 to #97885 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Slavers throughout history have been operating under a free market approach ;)
#97883 to #97881 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
I watched a couple of the videos and some of it is laughable.
#97882 to #97881 - schnizel
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(11/05/2015) [-]
spoopy
#97876 to #97866 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Unis contact me all the time. Was it an odd email?
#97878 to #97876 - pebar ONLINE
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(11/05/2015) [-]
it's prager university
it's not a real university

www.youtube.com/user/PragerUniversity?&ab_channel=PragerU
#97880 to #97878 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Oh, OK. I've never heard of them before.
#97869 to #97866 - schnizel
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Illuminati
#97852 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
REFUGEES WELCOME

In my ass amirite?
#97855 to #97852 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
You have an unhealthy obsession.
#97860 to #97855 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
By the way, i am housing this 14 year old syrian girl but she keeps shitting on my floor and scraiming allah akbar and death to the infidels and i wonder if you want her instead? I cant just throw her out since that would be inhumane. Im sure all the screamin is her language for greeting my generoussness and hospitality but i draw the line when she took a dump in my fridge. If you dont take care of her i am seriously thinking over the fact that you might be racist.
#97877 to #97860 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
You're an idiot.
#97903 to #97877 - enlightednatzie
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Gee, thanks bro!
#97904 to #97903 - enlightednatzie
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(11/06/2015) [-]
I was being sarcastic by the way.
#98148 to #97904 - redandgreen
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(11/08/2015) [-]
I guessed that.
#97838 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Okay, its officially over. This flag has appeared in sweden and i suspect a flagchange to prepeare ourselves for the three million refugees who are comming. The muslimisiation of europe continues and are taking hundred of lives with it.
#97828 - Sunset
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(11/05/2015) [-]
HILLARY

BTFO
T
F
O
#97872 to #97828 - feelythefeel
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(11/05/2015) [-]
>we all agree Trump is a Racist
Why is wanting anything for white people these days automatically racist? If Trump was a Japanese politician wanting to keep Koreans out, it would be par for the course.
#97873 to #97872 - Sunset
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(11/05/2015) [-]
i didn't make the picture fam
#97874 to #97873 - feelythefeel
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(11/05/2015) [-]
I know fam, just saying.
#97875 to #97874 - Sunset
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(11/05/2015) [-]
ok tbh fam
#97853 to #97828 - marinepenguin
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(11/05/2015) [-]
>caring about any of the Democratic candidates
#97829 to #97828 - schnizel
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(11/05/2015) [-]
>Bernie would never sink to her level
#97830 to #97829 - Sunset
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(11/05/2015) [-]
feelings for bernie "just cuck my shit up" sanders aside, hillary seems downright evil lately
#97831 to #97830 - schnizel
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(11/05/2015) [-]
They're both bad.
#97832 to #97831 - Sunset
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(11/05/2015) [-]
obv
#97824 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
The statistics for sexual assault in Sweden really worry me. I'm concerned about the number of refugees from cultures which don't necessarily share liberal democratic views and may not respect women.
I honestly think we should try and educate these people before they are given leave to remain (I know it sounds horrible). If they don't seem likely to respect our values we should find somewhere else for them to live.
#97933 to #97824 - minibeep
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(11/06/2015) [-]
i think they all should be deported. no shitskin should get citizenship
#97913 to #97824 - giveherthebanana
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(11/06/2015) [-]
Yeah, we should spend EVEN MORE money on them to make them safe in our country because they are committing horrible things, instead of just kicking them out.    
   
Yeah, once again make the tax payers pay for foreign crimes. You know how fucking ridiculous you sound?
Yeah, we should spend EVEN MORE money on them to make them safe in our country because they are committing horrible things, instead of just kicking them out.

Yeah, once again make the tax payers pay for foreign crimes. You know how fucking ridiculous you sound?
#97914 to #97913 - giveherthebanana
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(11/06/2015) [-]
*For a foreigner's crimes
#97888 to #97824 - confusedasian
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(11/05/2015) [-]
In what world is sexual assualt considered good? You want to teach something that should already be common sense?
#97845 to #97824 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
And by the way, women are the majority who voted on the politicians who allowed this to happen so this will be a good lession to them.
#97856 to #97845 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
You're disgusting.
#97861 to #97856 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Its called responsibility for your actions. Geezus, thats how you raise kids.
#98147 to #97861 - redandgreen
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(11/08/2015) [-]
Being sexually assaulted isn't a 'good lesson', nobody deserves that.
#97840 to #97824 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Ewww, arent you that one liberal who keeps disagreeing with my posts? Anyway, the right thing to do is teach our daughters that every man with brown skin has aids and that they should keep a safe distance of 20 meters from these oompa loompa motherfuckers. Im not racist but i fucking hate somalis so godamn much, everyone of them deserves to get shit tbh. Fucking monkeys ass motherfuckers who smell like shit. And on top of that they worship shitslam.
#97837 to #97824 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Fun fact: almost every muslim refugee is an expense for the recieving state, both short and long term.
Almost every non-muslim refugee is a gain for the receiving state.
What you are really concerned about is not refugees; it's islam. Which you should be.
#97827 to #97824 - schnizel
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Protip, you can't. They only respond to dominant men, and if you try to teach them something different from their fathers ways they will tell you to fuck off.
#97841 to #97827 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
From my experience, most arab men are gay. They are seriously using ''i will fuck you'' as an insult. IF you are gonna teach those arabs to behave you have to teach them like their fathers did, to fuck them apparantly.
#97842 to #97841 - schnizel
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(11/05/2015) [-]
#nohomo
#97844 to #97842 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Ew, im pretty sure they have aids or something
#97825 to #97824 - drastronomy
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(11/05/2015) [-]
The integration costs are already skyhigh
The only hope is to close the borders and halt immigration
#97857 to #97825 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
I'm not sure how practical that really is. I suppose Ireland and Britain could do it.
#97864 to #97857 - drastronomy
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Nearly every european country should do it.

Not all immigration should be halted in truth, but the remaining immigrants should only live here temporarily, not permanently.
#97843 to #97825 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Perkele - Hang em high Im just here waiting for the day of the rope.
#97822 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) Snowball in the Senate (C-SPAN) A reminder of the perils of Democracy.
#97818 - marinepenguin
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Ben Carson on being a black president

Ben Carson continually impresses me. He doesn't let anyone twist his words, he never takes bait from people interviewing him that may force him to say something that can be twisted, he stays super cool and collected during these interviews, and I don't think he has terrible ideas either.

My quips about him would be his hardcore religiousness and his views on vaccines. But those are things I can overlook.
#97858 to #97818 - redandgreen
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Even if I agreed with him, his fanaticism would put me off. I'm not sure how much of that would disappear if he won the primary though - he may just be trying to win the nomination and would be different in the main race and in power.
#97859 to #97858 - marinepenguin
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(11/05/2015) [-]
People keep saying he's radical, but I haven't noticed any of that in his attitude or his policies. Hes extremely religious, but otherwise seems pretty levelheaded. I'm an atheist and I'm able to see past that, which has surprised myself.

Maybe I'm just a radical conservative these days.
#97819 to #97818 - anon
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#97820 to #97819 - marinepenguin
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Yeah, like I said, I don't like his views on how the earth may be 6000 years old. Goes with his religiousness.
#97816 - giveherthebanana
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Seriously guys check this show out.

It gets better and fucking better, and its actually really well tied to real life events.

Like they show old footage of Reagan, Pablo Escabar and commies, while also tying it to the history and following the history very well. The only thing they seem to exaggerate is the violence.
#97814 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
If Jews control the media, how come Bernie Sanders is getting his ass handed to him by Hillary in all of the media polls?
#97811 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
What if your child was a degenerate?
#97812 to #97811 - giveherthebanana
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(11/05/2015) [-]
If you raise them properly............................maybe they wouldn't be degenerate....
#97813 to #97812 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Even a good parent makes mistakes. There are a lot of variables in raising a child.
#97815 to #97813 - giveherthebanana
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(11/05/2015) [-]
Anomalies and random accidents happen, but rarely.

Good parents are strict and properly manipulate their children from a young age.
#97846 to #97815 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
My parents thought me not to upload any of our vidoes on youtube and i thank them every day for it. Otherwise i am pretty sure i would see those videos in cringe comps.
#97803 - drastronomy
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(11/04/2015) [-]
I just witnessed an introverted female wreck and thereby embarass the fuck out of a politician in a debate about feminism on facebook. She said feminism was a joke, and the cuck politican takes it seriously. The politician was admittantly from a communist party, so winning a debate is no difficult task He also has leftypol memes on his wall, and looks like the commie equivalent of a skinhead.

Everyone slightly left of centre must be fucking retarded
#97848 to #97803 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
I fucking hate communists so bad. I have seen several weak antifa '''''''men''''''' who posts stalin memes and ACTUALLY UNIRONICALLY BELIEVE THAT COMMUNISM WILL WORK. If i where a politician i'd insert some lead in their brains to cure them from their communistic thoughts.
#97865 to #97848 - antifa
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(11/05/2015) [-]
go cry me river
#97868 to #97865 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
What are your thoughts about israel by the way? Pic related, your friends here seems to be nazis.
#97867 to #97865 - enlightednatzie
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(11/05/2015) [-]
You sir, need to get shot.
#97823 to #97803 - anon
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#97826 to #97823 - drastronomy
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(11/05/2015) [-]
And cosmopolitanism teaches you to hate your own people and history and love those that will harm and debase your nation.

#97809 to #97803 - youregaylol
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(11/04/2015) [-]
posy a link faggo
#97854 to #97809 - drastronomy
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(11/05/2015) [-]
1.
Its not in english.
2. I am not exposing her privacy
3. It could be directly connected to me
#97862 to #97854 - youregaylol
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(11/05/2015) [-]
1.its okay i can speak all languages
2.show us her tits
3.tell me where you live homo
#97863 to #97862 - drastronomy
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(11/05/2015) [-]
1.
Translate this then: Nah¨
2.
Those are mine for viewing, not yours
3. I am omnipresent. Omnipotent. I AM ETERNAL
#97836 to #97809 - anon
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(11/05/2015) [-]
He made it up.
#97776 - Tyranitar ONLINE
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(11/04/2015) [-]
I finally realized the main problem with America that makes other countries hate us.

We think everybody else in the would owes us, even if we've done nothing for them.
#97794 to #97776 - anon
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(11/04/2015) [-]
America has spent trillions of dollars protecting the free world

they do owe us
#97835 to #97794 - minibeep
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(11/05/2015) [-]
*bombing the world
#97780 to #97776 - alimais
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(11/04/2015) [-]
Nah, it's your foreign policy from conflicts to trying to push a free-trade agreement which has zero benefits for us and stuff like mass surveillance on all Europeans not only casual spying and your beef with Russia as vice-president J. Biden said he had to pressure the EU to sanction Russia which also dealt a blow to European economy

I guess there is more but I don't want to get into any details
#97778 to #97776 - youregaylol
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(11/04/2015) [-]
nah, its niggers and spics with a touch of juden
#97777 to #97776 - schnizel
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(11/04/2015) [-]
Remove USA
#97785 to #97777 - marinepenguin
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(11/04/2015) [-]
Remove Schnizel
#97786 to #97785 - schnizel
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(11/04/2015) [-]
You're a big guy.
#97789 to #97786 - marinepenguin
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(11/04/2015) [-]
I try
#97791 to #97789 - schnizel
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(11/04/2015) [-]
For me?
#97793 to #97791 - marinepenguin
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(11/04/2015) [-]
Of course bb
#97795 to #97793 - schnizel
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(11/04/2015) [-]
<3