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#120011 to #119954 - canyou
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(06/22/2016) [-]
The comments section of that tweet were frustrating. People were saying he was right while still insulting his intelligence.
#120002 to #119954 - theism
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(06/22/2016) [-]
That sentence is hard to read, "many very bad things" can't be the best he could come up with.
#120003 to #120002 - shekelnator
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(06/22/2016) [-]
twitter have limited amount of letters you can put in one tweet

t. twitter user
#120004 to #120003 - theism
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(06/22/2016) [-]
You could use one modifier, or say something like "there will be consequences", no more characters if you take out "will happen" and flows so much better. Isn't Donny suppose to have the best words?
#120005 to #120004 - shekelnator
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(06/22/2016) [-]
idk man. but you must know twitter has very limited letters to put in a tweet. i think he could not make such thing.

this is why twitter sucks a little bit.
#120006 to #120005 - theism
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(06/22/2016) [-]
"There will be consequences" is shorter than "many very bad things will happen". This is a bit nitpicky but frankly I find Trump's speaking/writing style atrocious.
#120007 to #120006 - shekelnator
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(06/22/2016) [-]
he is a man who know his words. so i guess he know this is the best for now. i know trump would go deeper against Shillary and the nigger in the white house. but it may target him for something not good stuff like assassination by hired pro assassins.
#119950 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
#119980 to #119950 - anon
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(06/22/2016) [-]
I can't wait till EU bureaucrats are replaced with British bureaucrats

truly revolutionary.
#119956 to #119950 - pebar
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(06/21/2016) [-]
national individuality is an oxymoron


I'm all for brexit but that doesn't make sense
#119979 to #119956 - thumbfortrump
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(06/22/2016) [-]
They can possibly be part of the single market if they leave, but they won't have any influence on the rule making, contrary to now where they're one of the big three.
#119981 to #119979 - pebar
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(06/22/2016) [-]
since they don't use the euro, I would argue they're a separate economy

Britain can unilaterally lower it's own tariffs
even in europe imposes tariffs against britain, it would still be bad for britain to set up its own tariffs

them having free trade is entirely their choice
#119983 to #119981 - thumbfortrump
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(06/22/2016) [-]
British economy is hugely integrated in the single market. Currency isn't the only parameter.
EU would impose tariffs, I don't think anyone doubts it. Plus it's not only the free movement of goods, but also labor, valuta and establishment of businesses. Again, maybe they'll be allowed a free trade agreement, but they won't have any influence on the legislation, opposed to now where they're represented in the Council. If anything, Britain signing a free trade agreement would distance the people even further from the EU. If leavers argue that leaving is because of democratic principles, then they'd be going against their own principles by joining the single market through a free trade agreement. Basically if they leave, they won't be able to sign any EU-related treaties without be total hypocrites.
#119958 to #119956 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
I'm surprised you're for Brexit.

Leaving is more of a protectionist move.
At the very best it leaves Britain having to accept EU rules anyway to be part of the single market without having any say in drafting them. At worst, the exit is messy and ends in tariffs (though I think it's unlikely).
#119988 to #119958 - marinepenguin
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Why would you be surprised that Pebar is for brexit?

Someone who values individual liberty and is skeptical of government is going to fall more on the side of brexit.
#119996 to #119988 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Because he's pro free trade.
#120001 to #119996 - marinepenguin
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(06/22/2016) [-]
There can be free trade without participating in the EU.
#120041 to #120001 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
There can. In the real world though, there are treaties. Also, this isn't just about free trade, it's about the single market - to be part of that you have to abide by the rules.

Even Brexit supporters want to be part of the common market and that means accepting EU rules - so, why would you not want to be part of shaping them?
#120045 to #120041 - marinepenguin
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(06/22/2016) [-]
The big problem though, is that the EU does more than legislate trade. It has become another layer of government that influences the nations that comprise it in senses beyond regarding trade within the union.

The officials that preside over the EU are not elected and have far more power than they ever should have had.

A trade union is a good idea, which is what the EU was meant to be.

What the EU has become is not a good idea in my opinion.
#120072 to #120045 - thumbfortrump
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(06/23/2016) [-]
The EU is still mostly a trading union, most legislation can be traced directly to the four main freedoms; free movement of trade, people, money and businesses.
The problem is that legislators found it necessary to provide social guarantees in order to avoid indirect limitations in the free movement. But positive liberty should always be kept at a minimum.
#120055 to #120045 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
I mean no disrespect by this but I don't think most Europeans understand the EU, which is its biggest problem (I'm definitely not an expert but I have at least studied it in college).

I think non-Europeans understand the EU even less because it isn't remotely comparable to their usual frame of reference, which is usually the US federal government.
#120061 to #120055 - marinepenguin
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(06/22/2016) [-]
I'll admit that the inner workings of the EU and free trade in general is one of my weaknesses in terms of general politics. Though I've never compared it to the US Federal Government in terms of structure.
#120062 to #120061 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
I actually accept part of the 'democratic deficit' argument. I think, for example, that the President should be directly elected.

I don't understand the Brexit argument in this regard though because it doesn't make sense - if they wish to leave the EU but remain in the common market (which they're arguing for) then they'll have to accept the common market rules. These are the EU's rules.
At the moment, the British have representation on the European Council and return MEPs - they're one of the three most powerful nations in setting the rules and can renegotiate them. If they leave but wish to remain then the democratic deficit is worse for Britain because all of the rules will be decided by the EU and agreed through treaty - there'll be no direct democracy from Britain involved at all.
#120071 to #120062 - thumbfortrump
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(06/23/2016) [-]
There is not a single president, there are several.
#120063 to #120062 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
*If they leave but wish to remain in the common market
#120053 to #120045 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
The EU operates under the principle of subsidiarity - the EU only acts in areas outside of its exclusive competence where member state action cannot sufficiently achieve the intended aim. This was, of course, all negotiated by the elected governments of the Member States. The principle limits the areas in which there can be European legislation.

The officials of the Union, other than MEPs who are elected, are appointees which are in essence haggled over by the Governments of the Member States in the European Council (in addition, there was a vote by MEPs on the President last time).

So, the President is not directly elected but the British Prime Minister isn't either.
#119976 to #119958 - figatron
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(06/22/2016) [-]
You can have free trade and national sovereignty at the same time
#119997 to #119976 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Nobody is arguing you can't. Leaving will mean accepting EU rules to access the single market though.
#119962 to #119958 - kanadetenshi
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(06/21/2016) [-]
I'm kinda surprised that the communist propagandist that tries to blame the Venezuelan socialist disaster on CIA conspiracies tries to defend free trade.

The EU stifles free trade massively, my country is not allowed to make their own trade deals with emerging markets like Non-EU European countries are doing because they're bound and controlled by EU rules. The idea that the UK can't draft trade deals is completely nonsensical as well, trade deals aren't bound by a single union.
#119969 to #119962 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
You're the one buying the propaganda in relation to Venezuela.

The EU guarantees free trade and a single market within its bounds and allows members more power in negotiating trade deals than they would have separately. It does not stifle free trade.
#119970 to #119969 - kanadetenshi
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Proving my point, a radical socialist conspiracy theorist yet boasts about free trade.

Then why are countries not able to make their own agreements? Why are they not working with emerging markets as much as Switzerland and Norway do? Because you're a liar.
#119971 to #119970 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Proves what point exactly? You didn't seem to be making one.

The countries negotiate as a single market.
This means they have better leverage in any negotiation.
It's not that hard to understand.
#119973 to #119971 - kanadetenshi
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(06/21/2016) [-]
And there's the problem, the countries can't engage with emerging markets since they're bound and controlled by single market regulation and bureaucracy without taking the diverse culture and economies of each countries into consideration rather than a country having the ability to make their own trade deals on their own accordance, which free trade countries like Switzerland and Norway have shown are vastly superior.

Any other lies you got?

Also what "single market" needs a commission, parliament, anthem, flag, and a bunch of unelected dudes determining the laws in my country?
#119977 to #119973 - anon
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(06/22/2016) [-]
lol you just K.O'd her.
#119974 to #119973 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Example?

The US don't have similar trade deals to the Swiss or Norwegians with, for example, China either. Probably because of foreign policy and market size issues. In terms of diverse culture and economies, this is also true in Italy, Spain and Britain who have very different regional economies within their own borders - a good deal for Northern Italy may be a bad deal for the South. The EU can get the best over all deal for all.

With regard to the Commission etc. go and actually read about Subsidiarity and the EU then come back and we can continue the conversation.
#119968 to #119962 - kanadetenshi
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(06/21/2016) [-]
*we're bound and controlled
#119960 to #119958 - pebar
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(06/21/2016) [-]
#119965 to #119960 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
In the real world there are treaties though. The choice is whether to be part of them or not.
#119959 to #119958 - pebar
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(06/21/2016) [-]
I don't like big federal governments
the EU is like their version of a federal government
#119961 to #119959 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Fair enough, I don't think that's an especially strong argument for leaving though, you could stay in and renegotiate.
#119963 to #119961 - pebar
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(06/21/2016) [-]
federal governments do not negotiate
at all
ever
#119966 to #119963 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
It isn't a matter of negotiating with the EU Commission - it isn't a true Federal Government in the sense the US Government is. The Member States can change the EU if they wish to do so.
#119951 to #119950 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
leave-campaign is communist and backed by russia.
#119952 to #119951 - kanadetenshi
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(06/21/2016) [-]
>Care about the lower class
>Suddenly communist
#119964 to #119952 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Well it is backed by a fuck load of Russian commies.
#119967 to #119964 - kanadetenshi
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Russia hasn't been communist for a long time. The claim is also not really grounded in any evidence: europe.newsweek.com/does-putin-really-want-brexit-eu-471035?rm=eu
#119975 to #119967 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
#119947 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
The EU debate is so depressing.
#119998 to #119947 - Elk
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Can you give me a simple pro and con list for it? I want to look it up, but I'm in so much pain right now and can't focus on things not written in very simple English.
#120000 to #119998 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Here is a link to the pro and con list on the BBC site:

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36027205

The Reality Check is worth looking at too for some of the claims:

www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-politics-eu-referendum-35603388
#119953 to #119947 - kanadetenshi
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(06/21/2016) [-]
I'd also be depressed if i where on the remain side.
#119957 to #119953 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Funny. It's depressing because we're coming to the end now and neither side have really made any fact-based arguments for or against.
#119989 to #119957 - anon
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(06/22/2016) [-]
That's total bollocks.
#119995 to #119989 - redandgreen
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Give examples of some please.
#119948 to #119947 - redandgreen
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(06/21/2016) [-]
It's on BBC now.
#119939 - cognosceteipsum
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(06/21/2016) [-]
This is hilarious. I told you this would happen.
#119941 to #119939 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
???
#119942 to #119941 - cognosceteipsum
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Sweden
#119985 to #119942 - anon
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Wtf
#119927 - canyou
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Does Sweden offer tax benefits for people who race mix yet?
#119938 to #119927 - cognosceteipsum
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(06/21/2016) [-]
No, but we will be among those to implement the toughest immigration laws in the EU.
#119928 to #119927 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Actually it does lol.
#119929 to #119928 - canyou
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Oh god I was just kidding. Really?
#119940 to #119929 - cognosceteipsum
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(06/21/2016) [-]
"Really?" xD
#119943 to #119940 - canyou
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(06/21/2016) [-]
#119944 to #119943 - cognosceteipsum
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(06/21/2016) [-]
You seriously didn't think that though did you?
#119945 to #119944 - canyou
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Why would anon ever lie to me?
#119946 to #119945 - cognosceteipsum
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(06/21/2016) [-]
lol
#119936 to #119929 - enlightednatzie
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Yes, i got 100 euro to fuck a black chick. Ofcourse it was awkward we where watched by a man from the government. But he just sat in the corner touching himself.
#119932 to #119929 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Man you're gullible.
#119930 to #119929 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
No you retard. Maybe if you look hard enough you'll find it done in a non-related way.
#119931 to #119930 - canyou
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(06/21/2016) [-]
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#119916 - lotengo
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Hillary DESTROY Syria for Israel WikiLeaks
May god have mercy on all of us.

#119926 to #119916 - marinepenguin
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(06/20/2016) [-]
>me watching this channel
#119922 to #119916 - shekelnator
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(06/20/2016) [-]
All we Syrians wanted is to be Free from everyone And we choose our own politics and not some bitch sitting in her Mansion.
#119949 to #119922 - whoozy ONLINE
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(06/21/2016) [-]
If we left you alone ISIS would rule by now
If you want to be free, learn to defend those values
#119955 to #119949 - shekelnator
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(06/21/2016) [-]
>If we left you alone ISIS would rule by now
(((whoozy)))

>not knowing IS is funded by ISrael and USrael
#119978 to #119955 - whoozy ONLINE
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(06/22/2016) [-]
Hahahahaha
#119918 to #119916 - youregaylol
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Why is Kevan Lannister there
#119919 to #119918 - lotengo
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(06/20/2016) [-]
just focus on the vid, I dont watch got
#119917 to #119916 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Sounds like someone else I know.
#119905 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Trump just fired Lewandowski
#120027 to #119905 - Shiny
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(06/22/2016) [-]
MORE HATS
#119910 to #119905 - shekelnator
Reply 0
(06/20/2016) [-]
what is his plans exactly? firing his campaign managers sounds kinda stupid. or he did discover something really not good. or maybe he is hiding something?
#119921 to #119910 - canyou
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(06/20/2016) [-]
I heard after the whole battery accusation Trump was secretly distancing himself from the guy and giving him less responsibility while publicly defending him. I forgot the source of that though.
#119908 to #119905 - drastronomy ONLINE
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(06/20/2016) [-]
is that why his campaign has been going slower as of late?
#119912 to #119908 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
It's because he has very little campaign infrastructure.

He's largely been relying on staging rallies and garnering free media attention with outlandish statements. He otherwise had done little to build up a volunteer base, set up PAC's, or even a donation base.
#119909 to #119908 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Populist movements always slow down when reality sets in.
#119904 - redandgreen
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(06/20/2016) [-]
I'm not sure if this is Trump consolidating for his run or if things are falling apart.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-36579467
#119903 - thumbfortrump
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(06/20/2016) [-]
www.facebook.com/UniversityofLiverpool/videos/1293361974024537/?hc_location=ufi

I watched your Brexit video. Do me and possibly yourself the service of watching this video.

Reminder that though he states he is for "remain", most of what he states is taught not only at UL, but at most law schools that teach EU law.
#119984 to #119903 - thumbfortrump
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(06/22/2016) [-]
You should watch this if you haven't already redandgreen
#119972 to #119903 - anon
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(06/21/2016) [-]
this just makes the EU sound like it's holding Europe hostage.
#119913 to #119895 - shekelnator
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(06/20/2016) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_Johnson#Ancestry
(((Johnson))) has Circassian, English, French, German, Swiss and Turkish ancestry on his father's side. From his mother he is of English and Russian Jewish descent.

#119935 to #119913 - thumbfortrump
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(06/21/2016) [-]
No wonder he looks so freaking weird.
#119894 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
>mfw I used to think that race was a social construct
>mfw I found out that Native Americans cannot go bald
#119923 to #119894 - canyou
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(06/20/2016) [-]
...wait really???
#120031 to #119923 - Shiny
Reply 0
(06/22/2016) [-]
Humans have many short-term evolutionary adaptations that vary between populations, like the ability to digest dairy products. There are also many benign dispositions between people of a common ancestor.

It doesn't have any bearing on "race" as a biological category though. Ironically, this is because human genetic variation is _too_ complex to categorize as such, not that we are too similar.
#119901 to #119894 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
blacks are like 5,000 times more likely to have sickle cell
#119906 to #119901 - seniorawesomesauce
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(06/20/2016) [-]
In fact in West Africa blacks are inclined to get sickle cell anemia because it wards off Malaria.
#119898 to #119894 - marinepenguin
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Most are also lactose intolerant.
#119890 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
You need to login to view this link
		   
   
"Why do you hate Islam?"
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"Why do you hate Islam?"

#120028 to #119911 - Shiny
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(06/22/2016) [-]
When the joo memer understands geopolitics better than most of the board
#120030 to #120028 - shekelnator
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(06/22/2016) [-]
oh nvm
#120029 to #120028 - shekelnator
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#119920 to #119911 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
America Cucked Again!
#119864 - whitechino
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(06/20/2016) [-]
When you realize the general vote doesn't matter
#119907 to #119864 - seniorawesomesauce
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(06/20/2016) [-]
When you find out that historically the electoral college has followed the popular vote of each state 99% of the time
#119882 to #119864 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
When you realize...
#119858 - theism
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(06/19/2016) [-]
In art or literature studies, should diversity be considered for the works studied or is it perfectly fine for the curriculum to come out essentially completely homogeneous?
#119899 to #119858 - thumbfortrump
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Diversity in terms of themes, genre, movement, period etc., most definitely.

Diversity in terms of gender, most definitely not, unless the gender is essential to understanding the importance of the work. Inb4 someone accuses me of being sjw, this has nothing to do with endorsing feminism or sjws.
#119925 to #119899 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Would you say that the selection should be meritocratic?
#119933 to #119925 - thumbfortrump
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(06/21/2016) [-]
Meritocratic could be a good term to use, although ability and achievement should be considered independently, depending on the course taught.
#119887 to #119858 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
>>#119886, consider "black culture" is a thing, it's certainly possible
as long as cultures are different, then outputs will be different
#119888 to #119887 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Is it objectively worse? Is at least the art produced worse? What about black people participating in the mainstream culture?
#119889 to #119888 - marinepenguin
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(06/20/2016) [-]
You are like that annoyingly curious 5 year old when you get into discussion mode. Just shooting off question after question after question.

You don't ask bad questions, but it just seems incessant.
#119891 to #119889 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
It's the socratic method. There's a purpose to it.
#119900 to #119891 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
socratic method is only one question at a time.
#119892 to #119891 - marinepenguin
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(06/20/2016) [-]
I understand this. I was just making an observation.

I've always found that sort of debate fairly annoying because of the aforementioned reasons.
#119893 to #119892 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
It helps me avoid being confrontational while still steering the conversation. I can get rude if I'm not careful.
#119866 to #119858 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
I would expect any worthwhile curriculum to include a history of how art standards have evolved over time
and that would be where you would get the most diversity
#119867 to #119866 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Suppose a proposed curriculum was homogeneous, would people claiming it should be more diverse be in the wrong?
#119868 to #119867 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Why is Modern Art so Bad considering how subjective art is, I would say no

But then again, there are people who claim that art can be objectively good, vid related.
If they claim that art standards can be objective, it would depend on the arguments that defend those standards being better than others.
#119869 to #119868 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
If art can be objectively good, why would a merit based selection come out homogeneous?
#119870 to #119869 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
not necessarily homogeneous, but by definition, being selective is anti-diverse
#119871 to #119870 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Certainly, but would a merit based criteria not equally favor all demographics? It stands to reason that this would produce a selection of work that matches the diversity of the desired field right?
#119872 to #119871 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
it would definitely not favor all demographics equally if different fields are compared to each other
only if you limit the scope to a single field would an "undesirable field" come out homogeneous

but this assumes objective standards
#119873 to #119872 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
What I'm asking is, would a merit based criteria create a necessary bias towards certain demographics?
#119874 to #119873 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
of course; there would be a natural bias towards "good art"

that's how standards work
that's how evolution in general works
#119875 to #119874 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
So certain demographics are more likely to produce good art?
#119876 to #119875 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
just so there's no confusion, what do you mean by demographics?

because I would say art that is meant to be a social statement is invariably worse than art that is meant to be eye candy
#119877 to #119876 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Race, class, sex, sexuality etc. Any significant social division.

I would generally disagree with you unless you mean art that ignores aesthetics and only has a social commentary.
#119878 to #119877 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
oh... that wasn't what I thought you meant
any demographic has the ability to produce art. The criteria by which art is judged should have nothing to do with the artist. It should be as if the artist does not exist.

for your second bit, that is what I meant
#119879 to #119878 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
So then, a truly merit based system of judgement would, statistcally, return a certain level of diversity yes?
#119880 to #119879 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
of artists, yea, but not of art
#119881 to #119880 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
That's what I'm asking about. I can see how that would be confusing though. Generally when people see calls for diversity they say that criteria should be merit based. Is the claim that merit based criteria would return a homogeneous result not inherently bigoted in some way?
#119883 to #119881 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
not necessarily, if for whatever reason one demographic has a bias towards a certain type of art
this is usually where culture comes into play
#119884 to #119883 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Which would affect the expected diversity.
#119885 to #119884 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
potentially
#119886 to #119885 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
It's something that came up at the Oscar controversy. If the award is merit based why is there an apparent racial bias? Are white people better actors? Does the bias of the award reflect the bias of the industry?
#119862 to #119858 - canyou
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Wow those are some big words.
#119863 to #119862 - theism
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(06/20/2016) [-]
If you're retarded maybe.
#119859 to #119858 - sixmillionjuice
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(06/19/2016) [-]
Depends on if you have the "modern" view on art. Where a turd on a canvas in the middle of a room is held to the same standard as a Rembrandt painting.
#119860 to #119859 - theism
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(06/19/2016) [-]
What insightful and valuable input. I look forward to you giving up in a week.
#119855 - anon
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(06/19/2016) [-]
>He unironically denies the holocaust
#119857 to #119855 - sixmillionjuice
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(06/19/2016) [-]
Oh shit would you look at this.
#119856 to #119855 - shekelnator
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(06/19/2016) [-]
>He Ironically believes in the Holocaust

>>>/Oven/
#119914 to #119856 - anon
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(06/20/2016) [-]
dumbass
#119915 to #119914 - shekelnator
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(06/20/2016) [-]
you are anti Semitic
#119837 - sixmillionjuice
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(06/19/2016) [-]
DENIAL Official Trailer 2016 Rachel Weisz Andrew Scott Movie
Oyyyyyy Vey. Even though it's illegal to question the Holocaust in some European countries, and even though you can lose your job for practically anywhere else in the west (((we))) gotta make it look like (((we're))) the underdog when we fight this evil natzi who washes himself with Jew soap, and has a Jew skin lampshade or else it'll be anuddha shoah at the box office!
#119865 to #119837 - pebar
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(06/20/2016) [-]
>you can lose your job for practically anywhere

yea?
it's generally not profitable for companies to employ retards
#119839 to #119837 - anon
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(06/19/2016) [-]
But the Holocaust did happen, only people with mental illness think it was fake.
#119840 to #119839 - anon
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(06/19/2016) [-]
And before the copy paste /pol/ tier propaganda.
#119834 - shekelnator
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(06/19/2016) [-]
lets do this and let us know each other.
www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
#119896 to #119834 - undeadwill
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(06/20/2016) [-]
same
#119861 to #119834 - whitechino
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(06/20/2016) [-]
Close enough
#119848 to #119845 - shekelnator
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(06/19/2016) [-]
mah nigga
#119843 to #119834 - drastronomy ONLINE
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(06/19/2016) [-]
I am usually ENTJ but i guess i feel more prospective today
#119849 to #119843 - shekelnator
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(06/19/2016) [-]
I used to be Debater.
#119838 to #119834 - thereasonableperso ONLINE
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(06/19/2016) [-]
Click to show spoiler
Architect (INTJ-A)

#119850 to #119838 - shekelnator
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(06/19/2016) [-]
INTJ is rare
#119851 to #119850 - thereasonableperso ONLINE
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(06/19/2016) [-]
Does that mean I'm speshul?
#119852 to #119851 - shekelnator
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(06/19/2016) [-]
as you said mah boi.
#119833 - alimais
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(06/19/2016) [-]
Good times to be alive
#119836 to #119833 - sixmillionjuice
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(06/19/2016) [-]
Yes it is.
#119842 to #119836 - canyou
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(06/19/2016) [-]
That's a great username by the way
#119844 to #119842 - sixmillionjuice
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(06/19/2016) [-]
Yep. The Juice is loose.
#119835 to #119833 - anon
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(06/19/2016) [-]
The Americans knew where they were the whole time.
Where do you think they get there money?
Not off oil alone.
#119817 - asotil
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