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#82035 - gibroner
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(04/02/2015) [-]
if anyone has any articles or pages about the the suppression of communist movements in the Balkans during the 1920's and 1930's they can link me to I'd be very appreciative
#82057 to #82035 - dehumanizer ONLINE
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(04/03/2015) [-]
communism a shit, AMA

t. bulgarian
#82051 to #82035 - valeriya
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(04/03/2015) [-]
Hungary and Yugoslavia are your best bets.
#82050 to #82035 - antibodies
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(04/02/2015) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Bulgaria

check the "interwar years" sections
#82044 to #82035 - akkere
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(04/02/2015) [-]
I hope you're not simply typing in "Balkan Suppression of Communism" when you do a search.
Instead, try checking the history of the communism and it's spread to Eastern Europe (which will inevitably lead to the Balkan nations like Bulgaria) and taking note of the numerous uprisings that occurred (I know for a fact Bulgaria had a few that got slapped out; start there and branch out). Double track it with a search on the history of individual regions within the balks (not just the areas as a whole) and take notes of how the leaderships in your time period had treated political opposition in general; make inferences from there, even if the article has nothing mentioned on communist opponents at all.
#82045 to #82044 - gibroner
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(04/02/2015) [-]
yeah I've been trying but what I do get is so cursory as most of the information about communism in the region focuses on the successful revolutions that came later in the 1940's
#82036 to #82035 - youregaylol
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(04/02/2015) [-]
do your own homework kevin
#82037 to #82036 - gibroner
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(04/02/2015) [-]
believe me I've fucking tried but I've been getting almost nothing relating to the topic I can find tons about the success of communist revolutions in the area post WWII
#82041 to #82037 - anon
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(04/02/2015) [-]
youregaylol is being a dick

do you want some real advice?
#82042 to #82041 - gibroner
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(04/02/2015) [-]
yes please
#82043 to #82042 - youregaylol
Reply +1
(04/02/2015) [-]
become better    
   
 :^)
become better

:^)
#82038 to #82037 - youregaylol
Reply +1
(04/02/2015) [-]
i'd advise you to get good
#82033 - syrianassassin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
#82032 - feelythefeel
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(04/02/2015) [-]
www.thelocal.se/20120921/43380

In other news, Sweden is become such a faggot cuckold fairyland that it's now making Footloose real.



Specifically the part about making dancing illegal.
#82034 to #82032 - marinepenguin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Jesus
#82027 - pebar
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Schnizel, we're talking about monetary policy and the Euro in my intermediate macroeconomics class.

My prof practically confirmed that Bosnia's problems can be blamed on the Euro and the Bosnian mark being pegged to it.
#82211 to #82027 - anon
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(04/06/2015) [-]
How?
#82030 to #82027 - kanadetenshi
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(04/02/2015) [-]
The Euro is such a massive failure that it's saddening. Worst part is we never had a choice in voting whether we wanted it or not, they just went with it.
#82040 to #82039 - kanadetenshi
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(04/02/2015) [-]
You should see some of the politicians in my country. They want to return to the Gulden (the currency before the Euro) as if replacing one failed fiat currency with another will somehow fix it.

Alternatives like Bitcoin and gold are definitely a guaranteed future.
#82055 to #82040 - akkere
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(04/03/2015) [-]
Why? Bitcoin has absolutely no backing behind it, and no legislative body either to pretend to support it. That's why it's value is so dodgy and has dropped to unbelievable points.
Gold and other treasured substances can retain true value, but it doesn't make a heavy degree of thinking to realize there's no purpose behind Bitcoin's value at all. It's even constantly printed through virtual means.
#82060 to #82055 - kanadetenshi
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(04/03/2015) [-]
I disagree, legaslative bodies are centralized systems hence fall under the Economic Calculation Problem. The power of Bitcoin is that it avoids this problem.

The claim that Bitcoin cannot have value like treasured substance because it is too technology-dependent is also fallacious. Credit cards are technology-dependent, yet are now more widely used for financial transactions than paper currency. Half of the financial transactions in the African country of Kenya are by means of the cell-phone-based M-Pesa.
#82067 to #82060 - akkere
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(04/03/2015) [-]
Bitcoin doesn't have value not because it's technology based, but because there's absolutely no cause for its value in accordance to its minting.
You can load up a dozen bit mining programs on a dozen computers, and just keep mining away at bitcoin wealth. Hell, that's what most computer viruses are these days; hidden bit miners that are put on unsuspecting individuals computers where their processing speed is hijacked to mint the coin and forward to the miner's virtual wallet. A proper judiciary would see this, deem the produced currency counterfeit, and confiscate it to be destroyed, but bitcoin doesn't have any sort of regulatory body to combat counterfeit because it's inception is entirely based on it.

And let's not forget the lack of transparency. The entire system was developed by a single individual, who could very well turn around and exploit his system to mine at a quicker rate or even just place coins in his wallet. Again, nothing to look at the currency and assess counterfeit from noncounterfeit.

At least credit cards are merely mutual agreements of exchanging debt with products and other currencies or collaterals, bitcoin isn't backed by any good, any capital, or any sense of economic value other than sheer speculation, and that's why the value drops and rises sharply in the exact opposite way a reliable currency would.
#82068 to #82067 - kanadetenshi
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(04/03/2015) [-]
Bitcoin’s value as money needs to be understood like gold, which comes not from legal force, but from its specific attributes. Bitcoin’s attributes make it an amazing form of money and it was engineered for just that purpose. The fact that it provides a service is enough value.

The primary issue you seem to have lies in the possibility of hacking and exploitating counterfeit bitcoins. Something which has been explained many times: www.quora.com/Wont-it-be-easy-for-hackers-to-create-counterfeit-Bitcoins

For one it can't be printed since there is a cap set on total Bitcoins, limiting how much the currency can devalue through inflation.
#82076 to #82068 - akkere
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(04/03/2015) [-]
Bitcoin has no special attributes. None. It's not a tangible mineral like Gold, Oil, or a valued mineral, it's not even a virtual guarantee of an exchange for a mineral like actual currency was initially supposed to be. It's value is inflated based on two things; people's obsession over a currency that is free from government control, and an artificial scarcity that is based on mathematical computing and achieving "points". It's essentially like having your computer farm for video game currency that is then used in real life.

Where the latter becomes a problem is the fact that "hackers" aren't acquiring bitcoins illegitimately through breaching the system of which bitcoins are acquired, but rather from taking bitminers and repurposing them as viruses to be used on other people's computer systems, thereby exploiting them. And there's no form of judiciary that can act against this, such as trace the wallet the bitmining viruses stem from and confiscate the acquired funds. Because so much of bitmining is done by people who manage to either use spread bitmining viruses or slip bit miners into corporate computers, a good portion of bitcoins out in the system aren't technically the "owner's" to trade with because it wasn't minted through their own computing systems.

My primary issue isn't in hackers exploiting the system through external means, my primary issue is the creator himself, "Satoshi Nakamoto", exploiting the system through internal means to acquire his own BitCoin riches, as well as raise the cap all on his own while having his own support mounted to give him the thumbs up for it.

Everything about Bitcoin is artificial - there's nothing even remotely tangible behind it. No collateral backing a debt, no substance of value backing the numbers, nothing. Simply, "computing" is what produces a bitcoin, and speculation is what gives it its value. Which is probably why the price spikes and drops so sporadically.
#82021 - pebar
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(04/02/2015) [-]
So much 'murica right now
#82082 to #82021 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/03/2015) [-]
That's pretty fucking dope, nothin wrong with it.
#82029 to #82021 - cabbagemayhem
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(04/02/2015) [-]
mmm tastes like lead
#82009 - syrianassassin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
#82011 to #82009 - antibodies
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(04/02/2015) [-]
If you support any type of mass killings, you're no better than them.

expect the mass killings of spiders, I fucking hate those eight legged fucks
#82012 to #82011 - syrianassassin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
spiders, cockroaches and any insect even butterflies

PURGE THEM ALL
#82013 to #82012 - antibodies
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(04/02/2015) [-]
as for the people in the comp, the chances of them reproducing is slim to none. So don't worry about it and if they do have kids, they'd probably wouldn't want to be like their parents.
#82014 to #82013 - syrianassassin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
bu but they are like cancer

they are like open doors as invitation to cancer

#82015 to #82014 - antibodies
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Yes, they're horrible people. But there will always be horrible people as long as the human race exists. Like cancer, it'll just grow back sooner or later sadly.
#82016 to #82015 - syrianassassin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
but it will be better if er removed it from now.

if we removed the cancer in early time it would take long time to grow again. or it will be eradicated if we removed all the cells.

instead letting the cancer grow so it will take long time to be removed, or maybe we would not be able to remove it
#82017 to #82016 - antibodies
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(04/02/2015) [-]
you cannot remove that which has spread to the rest of the body
#82018 to #82017 - syrianassassin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
there are cancer that grows on its own area and cancer that moves

good news is they are in their own area.

now purge em all. for the safe of our children before they get spoiled.
#82019 to #82018 - antibodies
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(04/02/2015) [-]
The problem is that the body is next to a radioactive barrel of waste, until we can remove the barrel the same problems will keep coming back. In this case he barrel represents stupidity. Until we teach people how to to stop acting stupid, people will keep acting stupid.
#82020 to #82019 - syrianassassin
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(04/02/2015) [-]
sacrifices is need

as a matter of fact every good work need sacrifice
#82008 - peepeepoopooanon
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(04/02/2015) [-]
TFW you try to compromise with two opposing views to make both sides poopy
and they just pee on your idea when you are just trying to help.
#82024 to #82008 - pebar
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(04/02/2015) [-]
there's an interesting thing about majority rule between multiple people
it can lead to situations where everybody is worse off due to excessive compromises that steer the voting completely away from the ideal point
#82006 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Does anyone else have a lack of empathy for people in the East? eastern world, not western world
Have I been programmed to feel this way or am I generally apathetic? i.e I don't really care how many africans or middle easterns die

inb4 le edge meymey
#82054 to #82006 - akkere
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(04/03/2015) [-]
I think the feeling of callousness is common in most people, it's just not realized or talked about. Sure, for most people when they first heard about the troubles in the third world in youth it was a depressing thing, but between the reconciliation of having problems in your own country that need fixing, and the seeming impossibility of solving anything to the East without drastic military action, there's not much need or desire to constantly feel depressed over something that keeps happening on a daily basis.
It's an absolutely screwed up situation, and I personally do feel for the people that are trapped in a hell of both physical and cultural proportions, but with so much media exposure on the negatives of the world, it's too overwhelming to feel sad over one part of the area when the whole world has it's problems, especially in your own area of living.
Still, every time I hear about children dying on a large scale or tortured, I get a little rattled, regardless of whether it's from the East or otherwise.
#82063 to #82054 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/03/2015) [-]
>caring about children in Africa
>2015
:^ )
#82028 to #82006 - radiserne
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(04/02/2015) [-]
>lack
How about a complete absence.
#82031 to #82028 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Yeah I definitely agree the world would be better if we nuked Africa and Middle East. Like legitimately
#82047 to #82031 - radiserne
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Inb4 "muh medivial mathematics" or "muh evil imperialistic West". Too bad they haven't developed an inch since then. They're the prime evidence that some cultures are better than others.
#82064 to #82047 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/03/2015) [-]
Yep, people who think all cultures are equal and all humans are equal are idiots. The concept of equality is ridiculous, the only equality you can have is equal opportunity.
#82023 to #82006 - pebar
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(04/02/2015) [-]
I saw in the news there was another university shooting
at first I was concerned it would start another wave of anti-gun nonsense
but then I saw it was in Kenya and I wasn't worried because foreign things like that generally don't affect discussions here at home
#82007 to #82006 - anon
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Probably programmed

Unless you are genuinely just a fucked up person.
#82002 - anon
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(04/02/2015) [-]
#82026 to #82002 - akkere
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(04/02/2015) [-]
I'd be anti-social too if I was trapped in gray-scale.
#82022 to #82002 - pebar
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(04/02/2015) [-]
antisocial =/= social anxiety =/= not knowing proper socializing etiquette

talking about politics or anything controversial is not good casual conversation; you're just going to piss people off and make everyone hate you
#82005 to #82002 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/02/2015) [-]
One can easily balance both his political beliefs and social life. God knows what kind of person i would be if I said everything I thought to people. I'd probably be dead or in jail.
#81967 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
GOD DAMMIT, It was about to be signed and now both states are starting to pussy out. I was hoping this would spread, I can't believe progressives excuse rights as discrimination. What is happening to this world.

news.yahoo.com/arkansas-governor-urges-changes-religious-objection-bill-154925529.html
#81991 to #81967 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Either everyone can discriminate against anyone they want to or no one can.
#81993 to #81991 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Exactly, that's what I'm for. Freedom to deny service to anyone.
#81995 to #81993 - PopcornViking
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(04/01/2015) [-]
you cant have that because then shit will happen like bus companies denying black people
#82000 to #81995 - pebar
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(04/02/2015) [-]
business 101
don't piss on your customers

you'll lose a lot of money if you do that
#82001 to #82000 - Shiny
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Bus companies used to lose money by not treating black customers as bottom class.
#82003 to #82001 - pebar
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(04/02/2015) [-]
You would have to have a culture of extreme blatant racism, which doesn't really exist today.
#82084 to #82003 - Shiny
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(04/03/2015) [-]
Just because the precedent for the law doesn't exist now doesn't mean it never did.
#81997 to #81995 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Jesus christ I never thought you were this fucking retarded... holy hell son. Major respect points lost from that sentence alone.
#81998 to #81997 - PopcornViking
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(04/01/2015) [-]
nobody even takes you seriously anymore
#82004 to #81998 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Read akkere and pebar's comments you fucking retard. You honestly think mutlinational corporations like apple would deny anyone in the environment we have today? I can't believe you could be that stupid. That's an amazinf retort you got there, great job pissing me off.
#81996 to #81995 - akkere
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Assuming most of the buses are supported through public means, they wouldn't be able to deny anyone service because of ethnicity/race, assuming the bill doesn't attempt to go against the Civil Rights act of course.
#81976 to #81967 - kanadetenshi
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(04/01/2015) [-]
They stood no chance. When the politically correct lobbies combines with celebrities and companies trying to look progressive for pity PR laws like these become very difficult.

The only way this could be passed without large backlash was if the bill uses neutral language instead of specifically mentioning religion and LGBT.
#81977 to #81976 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
How about a law that allows you to deny service to people? Nothing mentioned about religion, LGBT, ect. How do you think that would stand compared?
#81978 to #81977 - kanadetenshi
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(04/01/2015) [-]
I think the bill would go generally unnoticed.
#81979 to #81978 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Well if so then why didn't lawmakers make a bill like that? If you actually assume that then the obvious choice would be to pass it silently like that and then use it at will.

Also what effect does boycotting states really do? Does it effect state income that much?
#81980 to #81979 - kanadetenshi
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(04/01/2015) [-]
The governor is a Republican so he was probably only thinking of "muh religious freedom" when he made the bill rather than property rights.

I don't know if it'll make companies move away but i'd imagine it's just bad PR for the governor.
#81983 to #81980 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Fuck his PR, can't this moron see that most of the left already hates him for being Republican. It doesn't matter what he'll do, it will always come back to "What did you expect from a conservative XDDD". I wish politicians actually cared these days...
#81955 - kanadetenshi
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(04/01/2015) [-]
So i decided to read on some works on critics of capitalism. I started with Proudhon and it was so interesting i started browsing others like Chomsky, Cohen, Zizek and even went through some works of Marx.

I can't defend Capitalism anymore, I really would love to believe that the free market would self-regulate itself but it's clear that it'll just lead towards a plutocracy where the worker is forced into wage slavery.
#81994 to #81955 - jewishcommunazi ONLINE
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(04/01/2015) [-]
#82207 to #81994 - anon
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(04/06/2015) [-]
#81986 to #81955 - akkere
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(04/01/2015) [-]
10/10 out-meme'd again
#81971 to #81955 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
lel@ how lulz actually thought you were serious
#81989 to #81971 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Are you really gonna resort to baiting this hard or are you mentally retarded?
#81965 to #81955 - theluppijackal
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(04/01/2015) [-]
>zizek
Honestly zizek deals more with cultural theory than ecnomics
#81964 to #81955 - PopcornViking
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(04/01/2015) [-]
there is no good system

capitalism is just the best of the worst
#81969 to #81964 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Correction dumbass

There is no perfect system

Out of the ones that exist, Capitalism is surely the best.
#81970 to #81969 - PopcornViking
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(04/01/2015) [-]
truuuu
#81961 to #81955 - cabbagemayhem
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(04/01/2015) [-]
After everything you've learned? If you just want to be a communist, then just do it and get it over with. It makes no difference.
#81968 to #81961 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
I hope you didn't actually take him seriously...
#81962 to #81961 - kanadetenshi
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(04/01/2015) [-]
April Fools. ;^))))))))
#81958 to #81955 - pebar
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(04/01/2015) [-]
#81959 to #81958 - kanadetenshi
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(04/01/2015) [-]
:3
#81957 to #81955 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
nice b8
#81947 - anon
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Guys, my professor is a liberal Muslim homosexual ACLU lawyer and abortion doctor. How do I counter his lectures on Karl Marx?
#81954 to #81947 - cabbagemayhem
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Easy, just oppress him with your straight, white, Christian privilege.
#81952 to #81947 - syrianassassin
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(04/01/2015) [-]
> liberal Muslim homosexual ACLU lawyer and abortion doctor   
> MFW reading it
> liberal Muslim homosexual ACLU lawyer and abortion doctor
> MFW reading it
#81948 to #81947 - anon
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Couldent get into any school, could you?
#81941 - syrianassassin
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#81935 - anon
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(03/31/2015) [-]
Anonymous Message To Israel 7 April 2015 #Op_israel We told Hakim to buy a Guy fawks mask

And he did, absolute mad man!

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#81931 - pebar
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(03/31/2015) [-]
Only people who aren't racist care if they're called racist.
Real racists schnizel wear their racism like a badge of honor.
#82210 to #81931 - anon
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#81960 to #81931 - akkere
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Some people might hide racist views knowing that being exposed could mean the damage of publicity; i.e. clients who are adamant in opposing such views may withdraw from any kind of service you provide.
Racists that hold racist views with a badge of honor either have very little to lose, or function in a market where they can comfortably rely on the business of those who share their views.
#81953 to #81931 - titsmccracken
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Eh, I don't worry that I'm racist. So being called a racist just makes me laugh.
#81945 to #81931 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
The American "social right" is just as racist and narcissistic, which they feel guilty about.
#82208 to #81945 - anon
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(04/06/2015) [-]
top lel
#81972 to #81945 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
The American "social leftwing" is just narcissistic and damaging to society, which they are completely oblivious too.
#81973 to #81972 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
What left wing? The vast majority of people are neocons in the US.
#81981 to #81973 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
lol me and you disagree on that. Some Americans may want to intervene in other countries (I don't believe it's a majority unless you refer to an actual problem like ISIS well then the whole West is a scary "neocon"!!111) but that doesn't make them socially right. Not in my book for sure, that's just foreign policy.
#81982 to #81981 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
By "social right" I mean neoconservative, i.e. Democrat voters, that tolerate gay marriage and stuff.
#81984 to #81982 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
See me and you disagree on where that boundary sits Mr.NeoSocialist :^)
#81985 to #81984 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
I'm old left, not new left. And America is almost uniform in political leanings, leftism is nearly nonexistent.
#81987 to #81985 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
lol@at statement

And I'd like to correct you, old left wasn't nearly as progressive as society today. You think socialists were okay with traps before? Nah your a "progressive" my friend, your new left.
#81990 to #81987 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
I don't care about identity politics in general.
#81992 to #81990 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
Though I talk about it, me not too much too.
#81988 to #81987 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
*dat
#81940 to #81931 - mixednuts
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(03/31/2015) [-]
Racism is generally seen as a bad thing.

If someone were actually trying to change people's minds, they probably wouldn't want to appear racist. Since that would be enough to get many people to stop listening.
#81933 to #81931 - lulzforalpsplane
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(03/31/2015) [-]
but my classmates and friends...
#81930 - radiserne
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(03/31/2015) [-]
Danish politicians are considering making it obligatory for all cars to have an Ignition Interlock Device installed, so you can't start your car before blowing into the breathalyser. What do you think of this?
#81942 to #81930 - jewishcommunazi ONLINE
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(03/31/2015) [-]
Seems like a bad idea.
#81937 to #81930 - pebar
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(03/31/2015) [-]
so if you're running a bit late and you run out to the car after rinsing your mouth out with mouth wash, you can't get to work because of stupid government policies.
#81936 to #81930 - akkere
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(03/31/2015) [-]
The problem is there's a lot of room for false positives in breathalyzers. Asthmatic inhalers are a big example, for instance. Not to mention if the breathalyzer becomes faulty for whatever reason, you wouldn't be able to start your car to get it repaired exactly. If they somehow made a perfect breathalyzer that could somehow adjust to certain compounds (an adjustment that can only be made through a doctor's prescription and certified mechanic work) it might be considerable at best. But it's hardly practical when under any kind of scrutiny.
#81927 - anon
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(03/31/2015) [-]
Five little Schnizels jumping on the bed
One fell off and bumped his head
Momma called the doctor and the doctor said,
"Nigger."
#81913 - anon
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(03/31/2015) [-]
Black Indiana Democrat Accuses GOP Member's TODDLER of Racism

Liberals will, in fact, defend this.
#82010 to #81913 - antibodies
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(04/02/2015) [-]
If this isn't the most blatant use of the race card, I don't know what is.
#81932 to #81913 - redandgreen
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(03/31/2015) [-]
I won't. There are any number of reasons a small child might be scared of a stranger. It's actually HER prejudice at work here.
#81974 to #81932 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
So did you just admit you are the new generation "liberal", basically a leftwing person who hides behind a word used to represent economic liberalists from a long time ago?
#82090 to #81974 - redandgreen
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(04/03/2015) [-]
What?
#82094 to #82090 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/04/2015) [-]
>Liberals will, in fact, defend this.
>Liberals
>I won't.
>redandgreen
#81923 to #81913 - radiserne
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(03/31/2015) [-]
If this is the kind of people who make up congress I rue for the future of America.
#81975 to #81923 - lulzforalpsplane
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(04/01/2015) [-]
I'm sure it's just as bad in Europe but the niggers almost always pull the race card in America.
#82025 to #81975 - radiserne
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(04/02/2015) [-]
Here we call them mudslimes.
#81912 - pebar
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(03/31/2015) [-]
>finding peer-reviewed sources that agree with your very unpopular views
#81946 to #81912 - Shiny
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(04/01/2015) [-]
To be fair, "peer reviewed studies" isn't a very meaningful term, at least not anymore. You can find a bunch of them to suit any viewpoint.