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User avatar #75151 - victorytoaster (01/06/2015) [-]
now that it's a year away, who do you guys think will run for president? I'm hoping Rand Paul has it in him to win but I don't know. Jeb Bush as of yesterday is making a strong showing to get out there and try, maybe another Bush? Maybe Hillary? what party do you think will win, and what party do you think should win?
User avatar #75172 to #75151 - Shiny (01/06/2015) [-]
Rick Santorum.
Just for lels.
User avatar #75165 to #75151 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/06/2015) [-]
I think it will be a Hillary vs Rand Paul and Paul will win. My dreams.
User avatar #75168 to #75165 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
I'm pretty convinced that Hillary will win. Unfortunately.
User avatar #75171 to #75170 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
She's going to have the blacks and democrats vote for her like they did Obama. And she's going to have the women voting for her because she's always been thought to be destined as the first female President. I wouldn't be surprised if another large turnout of younger people voted for her too. I'll be fairly surprised if she doesn't win, which is awful because I hate her as a candidate.
User avatar #75188 to #75171 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/07/2015) [-]
What do you classify yourself as? Libertarian, Cons?
User avatar #75194 to #75188 - marinepenguin (01/07/2015) [-]
I honestly don't know. I think I'm more conservative.
#75150 - fefe (01/06/2015) [-]
The Republican party is too moderate
User avatar #75143 - tredbear (01/06/2015) [-]
It's Mitt's Grits Y'all! (NewsHit)
#75117 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
I couldn't give a shit that this transgender Leelah Acorn committed suicide.

First of I don't believe in gender being more important then sex so I don't find that kinda shit natural or logical. Not meaning that I want it killed but I simply couldn't care for it's struggle.

Second of all I always believe that suicide is cowardice especially since it could have gotten its dose of estrogen up the ass in a year (she was 17). Its parents never even physically assaulted or threatened it so clearly it wasn't being abused.

Third of all, it chose a really stupid way to kill itself. Really, getting hit by a truck? You could have gotten the truck driver killed, pretty uncaring. You could have just slit your throat or jumped off a tall building. That would have looked pretty cool.

Also, I literally cringed when I saw its picture. It's funny seeing people on tumblr praising it like a queen or a perfect person.
User avatar #75185 to #75117 - ribocoon (01/07/2015) [-]
"Someone else can't feel something I don't understand"
But yes it looks like a faggot when it posts pictures like that on tripr
User avatar #75144 to #75117 - feelythefeel (01/06/2015) [-]
He's not even trying in that picture. He doesn't even look like an ugly woman, he just looks like some faggot wearing a dress.
#75139 to #75117 - klowserpok (01/05/2015) [-]
Any tranny mutant that kills itself is doing the right thing.
User avatar #75128 to #75117 - jewishcommunazi (01/05/2015) [-]
"Second of all I always believe that suicide is cowardice..."
I never understood how people can think of it like that. Sure, something must be wrong with someone's head most of the time when he/she commits suicide, but calling it cowardice doesn't make any sense.
User avatar #75130 to #75128 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
It's okay to be a coward, just admit it though/be accepting.
User avatar #75132 to #75130 - jewishcommunazi (01/05/2015) [-]
But how is someone being a coward for committing suicide? If anything, it takes courage to commit suicide. Not that suicide should be something to be looked up to.
User avatar #75133 to #75132 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
They are too cowardice to face the struggled of life...
User avatar #75186 to #75133 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/07/2015) [-]
Hey cognosceteipsum, got a fucking problem? It seems like I hit a nerve with you there. Have you had some bad times huh buddy? Did that hit you square in the heart.
User avatar #75243 to #75186 - cognosceteipsum (01/07/2015) [-]
I disagree that suicide is cowardice, that is literally all. Why do you call me out, your superiority complex won't allow that I disagree with you?
User avatar #75269 to #75243 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/07/2015) [-]
No, I just have a feeling I hit a nerve with you. Probably because you have considered killing yourself multiple times since your some kind of fucked up person with a history FJ barely knows about.
User avatar #75275 to #75269 - cognosceteipsum (01/07/2015) [-]
Not really. Statistically most people have suicidal thoughts during some period of time in their life.

Even if, why would you heckle me for it? Kicking someone who's down? Really?

It's not THAT fucked up, you're just exaggerating. I have two chronic disorders, that's about it.
User avatar #75135 to #75133 - jewishcommunazi (01/05/2015) [-]
You could say we're too coward to face the inevitability of death. I don't think they're coward, I just think most of the time their heads are fucked up if they actually choose to end their lives for something that in the eyes of most people definitely wouldn't be worth it.
User avatar #75137 to #75135 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
Opinions, opinions...
#75125 to #75117 - fefe (01/05/2015) [-]
User avatar #75124 to #75117 - kanadetenshi (01/05/2015) [-]
1. Gender and Sex are literally the same thing. They meant literally the same thing until John Money came up with the idea to distinguish the terms gender and sex, the same John Money who got a boy to commit suicide because he raised him as a girl trying and failing to prove that gender is a social construct.

2. It's the result of Gender Identity Disorder. She had a disorder that needed to be accepted and fixed but the parents decided to ignore it. It's akin to telling a person with clinical depression to be happy. It may not have been any physical abuse but due to the dysphoria she had caused by being in the wrong body she suffered immensely.

3. Agreed. Suicide is bad enough, traumatizing a truck driver is even worse.
User avatar #75175 to #75124 - Shiny (01/06/2015) [-]
I agree that Money made a lot of idiotic decisions under the guise of academic pursuit, but gender and sex still aren't the same thing. One could argue that sociological perspectives are meaningless, but nevertheless they are well accepted as distinct.

Social constructs can be biologically rooted, after all. We consciously decided to sexually segregate bathrooms in most public settings, for example, as opposed to doing so out of biological impulse. But the reasons we do this are related to biology, i.e. men need stalls because dicks and women need tampon vendors because periods.
User avatar #75129 to #75124 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
1. I know. Also "meant".
2. I won't believe in this unless you were to give me some kinda anatomical evidence.
User avatar #75134 to #75129 - kanadetenshi (01/05/2015) [-]
It's not anatomical but psychological. Gender Identity Disorder is in the DSM-V. The physiological cause would probably be the SRY gene not working properly thus causing us not to receive enough testosterone to go to the transition to male neurologically like most humans do when they get the Y chromosome. Thus having a female brain with a genetically male body. Dunno about FtM.
User avatar #75136 to #75134 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
See the problem with the social sciences, psychology especially is that it gives everything and everyone an excuse. You got school problems, disorder. You raped and slaughtered a bunch of kids, mental illness. I'm sick and tired of this going on.

There are 2 types of people on earth. Ones that like to give excuses for everything and look over optimistically on people and ones that don't accept excuses and bring punishment and action accordingly. Kinda left vs. right separation.

I find it hard to believe this is all a science. I can't argue against your proof but as you state this is all probable and guesstimated. Either way we are all born with different brains and genes and I don't feel like I've been presented enough anatomical evidence for this to be such an abnormality as to label it as something that needs treatment. Damn right you don't have a state of order in your "gender", so what.

I feel bad for it, but I don't believe it has any disorder.
User avatar #75138 to #75136 - kanadetenshi (01/05/2015) [-]
There's a difference between excusing and finding the cause of something. When we know the reasoning behind why someone commits suicide or wants to shoot up a school, it's easier to take measures to stop it.
User avatar #75142 to #75138 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
ur an ok tranny dough
User avatar #75120 to #75117 - Shiny (01/05/2015) [-]
Is it still cool and contrary to mock suicide victims?
User avatar #75121 to #75120 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
Yeah. "Edgy" doesn't qualify as an argument for me.
User avatar #75123 to #75121 - Shiny (01/05/2015) [-]
There's no point in arguing personal beliefs anyway.
User avatar #75127 to #75123 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
Yeah, don't use "edgy" as an argument though.
User avatar #75154 to #75127 - youregaylol (01/06/2015) [-]
that would take away 60% the "debate" on this site
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User avatar #75115 to #75107 - Shiny (01/05/2015) [-]
I'd be up for a negative income tax system in America, but the same people that run this site would still consider it ebul welfare.
User avatar #75118 to #75115 - pebar (01/05/2015) [-]
As a replacement for the mess we have now, I would be in favor of a negative income tax.
#75140 to #75118 - fefe (01/05/2015) [-]
User avatar #75113 to #75105 - alimais (01/05/2015) [-]
Even though this article is a satire stuff like this happens sometimes.

I remember a article from Nederlands or a US lesbian couple getting a black one instead a white one
#75098 - ribocoon (01/05/2015) [-]
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#75180 to #75098 - ribocoon (01/07/2015) [-]
Wow you guys are weird
You actually believe in mustard rice
I don't believe all races are equal by any standardized measure
That would be naive and too idealistic and a statistical improbability
But any advantage one race might have over another is lost in the individual person
Not to mention most of these "advantages" are entirely subjective
User avatar #75153 to #75098 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
I always thought it was funny how blue eyes and blonde hair was considered the master race. Comparing that to evolution is fairly silly when you consider how those are recessive traits, and when those traits are combined with someone of brown eyes and brown hair they're going to have kids with brown eyes and hair in most circumstances.
User avatar #75156 to #75153 - youregaylol (01/06/2015) [-]
The true master race has light bronze (not brown) skin, hazel/brown eyes, and pitch black hair, and an abundance of body hair. I'm talking of course about Mediterraneans.
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User avatar #75157 to #75155 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
Hey that's me. (Except the body hair part. I'm 19 and can only grow some okay facial and chest hair. Nothing manly looking. )

I wouldn't really say that there is a true master race. But you can't deny that some races have lagged behind others.
User avatar #75158 to #75157 - youregaylol (01/06/2015) [-]
Rome, Greece, Mesopotamia, Carthage, Egypt, Phoenicia, and even Persia. Whatever we touch turns to gold.

However you shouldn't consider yourself part of that just based that decription I gave you. You could easily be a wetback, an indian, an arab, a jew, or slav, or a turk just based on that description.

Usually when I describe Mediterraneans to other people they associate them with those races despite the vast differences of accomplishments between them. Mediterraneans have more cultural victories than any other race on earth.
User avatar #75160 to #75158 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
Well I'd say that's a matter of your own opinion really.

I'm 1/4th Sicilian, 1/8th Native American Cherokee, 1/16th Czech, 1/16th French. That's my fathers side. My mother is mostly German, with blue eyes and blonde hair as their defining traits. I don't know the specifics of that side though beyond German.

And I'd say that every single race and nation on the planet has had their own achievements in science and culture. Some of the first civilizations appeared in the Fertile Crescent, but they turned that fertile landscape into a desert through poor irrigation. Rome was a shining beacon of Civilization for a thousand years, but fell due to a horde of Barbarians and centuries of Corruption. Egypt has survived for thousands of years through drought, invasion, and warfare, but they haven't been much to bat an eye at for thousands of years, their golden age ended long ago. Same can be said for the Persians. Greece is a debt riddled mess these days, and although they did great things long ago, they were nothing more then a pack of warring city states before Alexander came from Macedonia and forced them to work together.

The same can be said for civilizations in Africa, Asia, America, the Pacific, and India.

While power in the ancient times was focused around the Mediterranean, I'm afraid that time has been gone for a long time. For 500 years now the world has been centered around Western Europe and her colonies, and now that's aided by the relatively recent rise of the US after WW2. It's a European and Western world these days, and not a Mediterranean one. Sometime in the future that power will fade and it'll be replaced by another rising power.
User avatar #75161 to #75160 - youregaylol (01/06/2015) [-]
Only a fool would compare african "civilizations" to what happened in the Mediterranean.

And you realize you're comparing apples to oranges with the western comparison. One is a unified economic and cultural bloc, and one is a race. To be western is to be born in the west which includes the Mediterranean , to be Mediterranean is to be Mediterranean. We're talking about race, not nationality.

Racially, there has been no other singular race that has contributed more to this world than the Mediterraneans, whose legacy continued through the Saxons they civilized and the governments based on their culture. Like all european nations the bloodline has been thinned with other races, such is the result of multiculturalism, race mixing, and immigration over hundreds of years. True Mediterraneans, the ones who founded Rome, have long since been displaced and their culture has been destroyed. Such is life, but they still have the most accomplishments out of any other race in history.

To deny that is ignorant.
User avatar #75162 to #75161 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
I never compared civilizations in Africa with those of the Mediterranean. I only claimed that they had their own golden ages like all others did. There were actually a few Saharan civilizations that were very advanced for their times, but succumbed to drought and warfare eventually. Since then nothing commendable has come from them.

And yes, all civilizations have been built upon the ruins of the ones before. The dark ages occurred because the Northern Europeans didn't have the capacity to understand and maintain the infrastructure and knowledge of the Romans, combine that with plague and you don't have an easy combination. Eventually they began to advance on their own, without Roman knowledge, though it took nearly 500 years.

Yes, denying that Rome and many Mediterranean civilizations had a massive influence on human culture and technology is ignorant, and I have never denied that fact.

But it is just as ignorant to say that they are directly responsible for our modern world. They "raised the bar" of human technology and society, but when they were ultimately destroyed that bar had to have been raised by someone else. The industrial age, trains, widespread electricity, Flight, Space technologies, Nuclear Power. All major creations and discoveries that were made without Mediterranean ideas. Rome and Persia and those other nations may have helped spawn the European civilizations today, and that may make them indirectly responsible for many of our technologies today, but it does not mean that they were the master race who made this all possible. They were simply a stepping stone of human achievement in it's entirety. Just as our modern age is a stepping stone into another more advanced age.
User avatar #75163 to #75162 - youregaylol (01/06/2015) [-]
The Mediterraneans weren't stepping stones in some progression of civilization, they were civilization. It wasn't just europe, every form of government on this earth sits on the building blocks of what happened in the Mediterranean. The past hundred or so years may still be in our memory, but I can't think of any greater invention than civilization itself.

You live in a fantasy if you believe that they weren't responsible for our world today.
User avatar #75167 to #75163 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
You're a fool if you think we know exactly where civilization first began. We know much less about our origins then textbooks would have you believe. There are ruins in South America that are 13,000 years old. Ruins in Turkey and India that are close to 15,000. These are both 10,000 years older then the Pyramids, and at least 5,000 years older then the first record of the Assyrians, the first recorded civilization.

Even if the first civilizations hadn't of sprung up in the Middle East, it would have come from China, from India, from the Pacific, civilization was inevitable for our species. Those civilizations are responsible for the world we live in, but if they hadn't we would still have civilization, just in a different way.
User avatar #75169 to #75167 - youregaylol (01/06/2015) [-]
Then I guess I'm a fool because we do know exactly where civilization first began. Textbooks don't tell us everything but they tell us everything we need to know. It's no secret that all of our major cultural advancements in history happened in one small corner of the earth by a distinctive group of people.

The we're all equal so it would've happened eventually nonsense is easily disproven by just observing history. The Mediterraneans did it first and they did it better because they were better, it's not rocket science.
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User avatar #75145 to #75098 - feelythefeel (01/06/2015) [-]
Because evolution=fascism.
User avatar #75114 to #75098 - Shiny (01/05/2015) [-]
Nobody ever thinks it's going to be them lined up against the wall.
User avatar #75103 to #75098 - kanadetenshi (01/05/2015) [-]
You make evolution sound like it's some kind of amorphous blob that goes around and devours all the weak lol. Evolution is nothing more than a concept, a label to describe the change in gene frequency over generations, there is no solution, just nature having actions and reactions.
User avatar #75097 - Sperit (01/05/2015) [-]
**RAPE** ON CAMPUS -Rolling Stone
this makes me scarred to go to college
#75111 to #75097 - alimais (01/05/2015) [-]
lel, comment section
User avatar #75112 to #75111 - Sperit (01/05/2015) [-]
Comments are the best part
User avatar #75102 to #75097 - kanadetenshi (01/05/2015) [-]
This is like that story of the boy who cried wolf. Except in that case people were eventually intelligent enough not to fall for it.
User avatar #75108 to #75102 - Sperit (01/05/2015) [-]
User avatar #75099 to #75097 - ribocoon (01/05/2015) [-]
I've never had a problem with it
Then again i don't go to the parties
User avatar #75100 to #75099 - Sperit (01/05/2015) [-]
Eh. it is a long way for me though
mum spended my money
User avatar #75092 - radiserne (01/04/2015) [-]
Just saw a debate on danish television where a guy, who appearently is becoming increasingly popular, said that political correctness is never bad and is something our society should strive for, while arguing how certain coffee and liquorice was racist and white danes should feel bad because we had colonies at some time. Is Denmark becoming Sweden 2.0?
User avatar #75094 to #75092 - christmouth (01/05/2015) [-]
Who was the guy?
User avatar #75101 to #75094 - radiserne (01/05/2015) [-]
David Trads, political commentator and blogger (for some reason that's considered a profession these days). Also he's an avid supporter of Radikale Venstre, a political party which in essence wants to make Denmark into Sweden, controlled by the EU. They love anything that isn't Danish and muslims are their waifu. And they too are becoming increasingly popular.
User avatar #75106 to #75101 - christmouth (01/05/2015) [-]
Well according to wiki he's an experienced journalist, so that he has success as a blogger isn't a surprise.

I'm not Danish, but I speak it, and I read Danish newspapers and Danish social and political threads, and most people I see aren't too fond of political correctness. I also think that it doesn't mix very well with Danish humor.

Danes should feel bad, or at least be aware, of how they mistreated the inhabitants of Greenland in the past.
User avatar #75109 to #75106 - radiserne (01/05/2015) [-]
We mistreated them in the past. But I think we've redeemed ourselves pretty much by giving them self governance and a shitload of money each year, with nothing in return. And even so, it turn out that Aleqa Hammond, the chairman of the Inatsisartut, uses government money she's not allowed to use. Greenland's current issues are self-inflicted, we've done all and more to help them. For historic purposes we should be aware of the mistreat of greenlanders, but no living dane should feel any guilt whatsoever.
User avatar #75110 to #75109 - christmouth (01/05/2015) [-]
Yeah, of course the average Dane shouldn't feel guilt about what past generations have done, but they should be aware of it.

You get something in return, Frederik and Mary get a nice holiday location out of it....

The corruption there is self-inflicted, but the alcohol problems are mostly because they were forced to make settlements, and discard their nomadic lifestyle.
User avatar #75119 to #75110 - radiserne (01/05/2015) [-]
Yes, that I agree with.
User avatar #75122 to #75119 - christmouth (01/05/2015) [-]
I'm guessing that you're Danish?
#75091 - fefe (01/04/2015) [-]
Well, similar to what Hitler said in his political testament
User avatar #75104 to #75091 - kanadetenshi (01/05/2015) [-]
Basically a totalitarian collectivist trying to tell others what's better for them, yeah that sure never backfired.
User avatar #75096 to #75091 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/05/2015) [-]
I 100% agree with that idea, however you shouldn't really be invading other countries and massacring "degenerates" like the guy below me said.
#75093 to #75091 - cabbagemayhem (01/05/2015) [-]
Sure, until he started killing them and invading other countries. Other people don't really like that.
User avatar #75080 - byposted (01/04/2015) [-]
David Duke interviewed on CNN
David Duke vs Smerconish Debate Holocaust & Scalise. David Duke CNN Im Not A White Supremacist
The "holocaust" diversion Smerconish pulled, at the end, was much like Leibowitz's attempt, last October, to get Bill O' Reilly to profess to the existence of "White privilege."

David Duke did not capitulate, though, and handled it, along with the greater interview, pretty well.

He had been making a good point regarding the misconception that EURO was distinctly fringe in Louisiana, before being cut-off as "off-topic" by the same anchor who would aim to entrap with historical irrelevancy.
#75074 to #75073 - fefe (01/04/2015) [-]
Naw man, its them lizard people, don't you know, Obomos one of them :^)
#75087 to #75074 - fefe (01/04/2015) [-]
David Icke knows the truth, and the truth shall set you free!

Icke 2016!
#75055 - songemot (01/03/2015) [-]
Anyone else ever read this thing?
#75070 to #75055 - economicfreedom (01/04/2015) [-]
>not understanding that the interest rate is an important part of the economy
User avatar #75079 to #75070 - schnizel ONLINE (01/04/2015) [-]
That's jewing.
#75090 to #75079 - fefe (01/04/2015) [-]
YOU'RE a jew...
#75141 to #75090 - fefe (01/05/2015) [-]
Nah, he's a KEBAB
User avatar #75072 to #75070 - klowserpok (01/04/2015) [-]
It is good for the economy, so long as the rates do not go to high.
Its been a while, but I think this book was talking mainly about the absurd amount of interest on the money that Germany had to pay to all the other countries after they lost WW1 (They were forced to pay all the war debts of everyone participating in the War.)

Aside from that, yeah, interest is fine, it acts as an insurance (or incentive) that assures loans will be paid back quickly, but if it is too high (I believe both this manifesto and Adam Smiths "Wealth of Nations" will support this), then it creates a situation where loans simply can't be paid back by a laborer (or nation) with a low income job or poor economy (similar to the situation Germany was placed in after the war).
#75077 to #75072 - fefe (01/04/2015) [-]
Do not insult Adam Smith with your ignorance...
User avatar #75095 to #75077 - klowserpok (01/05/2015) [-]
Oops, alright, I was wrong.
In the early part of the book Smith compares the economies of the UK and Holland, and said that Hollands was stronger while having an average interest rate of 5-7 percent.

Though I still disagree with high rates on principle.
User avatar #75078 to #75077 - klowserpok (01/04/2015) [-]
I'm not really sure where in my comment I was ignorant, but ok..
Tomorrow I'll find my copy of the book and cite the page (and chapter, I guess) where I'm certain he said that one country with a low interest rate had a stronger economy than one with a high interest rate.
User avatar #75071 to #75070 - songemot (01/04/2015) [-]
I agree, and Feder agrees to an extent. Of course, he may or may not be too harsh on certain categories of interest. I suppose we'll never know, since the Nazi experiment was cut somewhat short and is not likely to be allowed to be repeated any time soon.
User avatar #75059 to #75055 - klowserpok (01/03/2015) [-]
Its pretty good for learning about usury, although reading anything with a swastika on it in public is liable to make the antifa come and try to attack you for being a racist.
Heres a link to a PDF if you want it.

Or just search for it, I think 7chan has a download of it.
User avatar #75066 to #75059 - songemot (01/03/2015) [-]
Oh, don't worry. I read that one in private. But it really goes to show how good insight can come from just about any source. Very rarely will someone get the entire picture completely wrong, but very often will people be so far off in a few particular areas that all of their good ideas are thrown out too.

Everyone I've ever met is far too horrified by anything related to genuine Nazism to laugh at it.
User avatar #75067 to #75066 - songemot (01/03/2015) [-]
And I appear to have gotten the comment numbers switched.
User avatar #75063 to #75059 - Shiny (01/03/2015) [-]
"although reading anything with a swastika on it in public is liable to make the antifa come and try to attack you for being a racist."

Or, more likely, you'll get laughed at.
User avatar #75064 to #75063 - klowserpok (01/03/2015) [-]
That too
#75051 - distribution (01/03/2015) [-]
hey new /pol/ first time on here, but I'm here in times of distress. Our religion course has a question that compromises the entire mark of the assignment, the question being:

Read “Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack”. Write a 250-350 word reflection on your reaction or response to this article

This is the article in question:

So my query is: How do I properly tell my teacher that all of this is complete and utter bullshit on all fronts?

Or if that fails, how would I answer this properly? Thanks
User avatar #75081 to #75051 - byposted (01/04/2015) [-]
I remember being presented with this material in high-school English class.

I had looked forward to writing a truthful response to it, though the teacher did not afford me the opportunity. The reading was not intended to beget classroom controversy, you see, but to get "feet wet" on "racism," which was a topic in the next unit.

If I were to write on Mcintosh now, I would begin by deconstructing her feminist presupposition ("male privilege"). It is indeed fascinating that men cannot see what a band of loud, hairy women can. She writes that male "oppressiveness" is "unconscious." This tacitly concedes that men act as they do by nature. Her view of gender relations must be a "social-construction" of sorts, which has no bearing on the real world.

Her views on race, or "skin," as she understands it, certainly suggest so, in how devoid they are of pertinence. All of her identifiers of White "skin privilege" are nonsense and/or simply silly.

>I can if I wish arrange to be in the company of people of my race most of the time

An "African-American" can move back to Africa and enjoy the level of civilization his people maintained. A European-American is taught that the country his ancestors built is one which must be embracing of all. He has no refuge from this doctrine, given that Europe has itself become a continent of foreign migrants.

There are many such points, where the inverses are accurate. Number seven goes that Whites are taught that they made civilization. I remember school textbooks regularly butting Blacks, other minorities and women into the development of the United States and Europe. My textbook on "European civilization" even had a mulatto on the cover, whose life was a testament, so it went, to how "cosmopolitan" the continent had become.

>muh band-aid

Look at that! Pebar's free market fixed it. No store is left, these days, without darker colored bandages, in a great victory against the association between "white" and "normal."
User avatar #75089 to #75081 - distribution (01/04/2015) [-]
I wrote it up yesterday, read your comment and realized I basically had all of what you said. Goddamn the part about the band-aid annoyed me to no end. If an educational establishment forces us to write about an article made by someone who equates the lack of band-aids that match your skin colour with systematic racism, then I'm honestly losing all hope for everything.
User avatar #75146 to #75089 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/06/2015) [-]
Please tell us what you get and her reaction. You can just post it up on the front of /politics/ again.
#75082 to #75081 - byposted (01/04/2015) [-]
>250-350 word reflection

Just copy/paste my reply, then.
User avatar #75076 to #75051 - feelythefeel (01/04/2015) [-]
>mcintosh in the URL
Already know this is going to be shit.
#75075 to #75051 - rety (01/04/2015) [-]
my suggestion is to spew the bullshit they want to hear

can you swallow your anger and deal with ignorant people for a better grade?
If not, I really have no idea how you tell your teacher you disagree

People like that have gut feelings that can never waver, not really anything you can do. even if you bring up facts and stats, those will be discounted through some absurd loop of logic and systematic racism
User avatar #75088 to #75075 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/04/2015) [-]
No, no you are a fucking idiot.

You don't just give up, you don't just let them step over you like that.

Do you remember the school system, you REALLY think they'll risk their jobs or get into hot water for this? No, if he writes it well and offers up good enough support which is very easy for a 250-350 long responce they'll have to give him a good mark. Also not all teachers are as liberal as what they teach, like my happened not to give a fuck.
User avatar #75065 to #75051 - akkere (01/03/2015) [-]
First off, what's your professor like? If he/she is the type of professor to issue this stuff, I suspect they may also be the type to deliver a much harsher grade on the essay for writing in defiance to the point to it, rather than support to it.
By the same token, they may have this to challenge the class and get a feel for how the general political attitude of the student body.
#75061 to #75051 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]
I can't fucking believe they teach this shit in school. This is disgusting.
User avatar #75060 to #75051 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]


I'm sure you know how to fucking write arguments, make sure you provide large amounts of criticism and your emotion. For example, you could say stuff like "I am angered by"... ect.

And don't even worry about getting a bad mark, 250-350 words is a fucking joke. If you write it fine she'll have no choice but to give you a good mark or you could take it up to the principle for marking bias.
#75083 to #75060 - byposted (01/04/2015) [-]
"I am angered... by egalitarians, who suggest that women and negroes are the rightful inheritors of European civilization, crafted by White men. They actually represent the tombstone, which, if anything, inherits the decaying corpse of what my WHITE ancestors built. Fuck niggers and womyn. Bloodshed is needed to correct what they've done foul."

srsly don't embed yourself into an argumentative essay unless you're telling some sort of a tale.
User avatar #75084 to #75083 - byposted (01/04/2015) [-]
Especially do not do so when replying to a feminist, whining about "oppression."
User avatar #75057 to #75051 - pebar (01/03/2015) [-]
Black Americans Failed by Good Intentions: An Interview with Jason Riley It lumps people into generalized groups instead of looking at individuals.
This is the same fallacy made by the people it's trying to critique.
User avatar #75068 to #75057 - drastronomy (01/03/2015) [-]
write about this, distribution
User avatar #75027 - feelythefeel (01/03/2015) [-]
I might be going into political sciences and economics. Would that make me more able to sell out to the North Koreans down the road? Is it worth it?
#75046 to #75027 - levvy (01/03/2015) [-]
its worth it
its worth it
User avatar #75042 to #75027 - akkere (01/03/2015) [-]
Of all the countries you'd sell out to, you sell out to North Korea?
That's like, worse than selling out to like, I don't know, TMZ or something.
You're worse than people who sell out to TMZ.
I don't even know what that's all about.
User avatar #75043 to #75042 - feelythefeel (01/03/2015) [-]
Well what's your idea, mister hot shot? What country are you going to sell out to?
User avatar #75044 to #75043 - akkere (01/03/2015) [-]
JIDF is the way to go. It's like shitposting, but you get paid to shitpost. I don't think there's a dream job better than that.
Pretty sure selling out to the Taliban is better than selling out to NK tho.
User avatar #75045 to #75044 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]
Selling out to Israel is like being any politician in the West :^ )
User avatar #75037 to #75027 - ribocoon (01/03/2015) [-]
>imply NK actually has anything besides worth trading for except 3d anime sex slaves
#75053 to #75037 - fefe (01/03/2015) [-]
If I recall correctly, they have quite a few uranium mines.
User avatar #75038 to #75037 - feelythefeel (01/03/2015) [-]
Most dictatorships have a lot of stuff, they just don't share it with anybody.
#75039 to #75038 - ribocoon (01/03/2015) [-]
fucking admin hogging all the color text
User avatar #75029 to #75027 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]
Only if you promise not to be a lib. Or else I'll fly to Vancouver and murder you in 4 years.
User avatar #75030 to #75029 - feelythefeel (01/03/2015) [-]
What are you even talking about?
User avatar #75031 to #75030 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]
What are you even talking about?
User avatar #75032 to #75031 - feelythefeel (01/03/2015) [-]
Some guy a while back sold himself out to the North Koreans and is holding conferences about how terribad America is, and I figured from what I've heard it isn't such a raw deal.
User avatar #75033 to #75032 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]
Don't be a lib
User avatar #75034 to #75033 - feelythefeel (01/03/2015) [-]
Oh, I get it. "Lib" is synonymous with "Morally depraved" to you. Well, I'd be only one of those things, and I agree that it's a pretty shitty thing to do.
#75035 to #75034 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]
Don't be a lib pls
#75020 - fefe (01/03/2015) [-]
Do real Libertarians take Ayn Rand seriously?
User avatar #75022 to #75020 - pebar (01/03/2015) [-]
It should be pointed out that there are two primary sides of libertarianism: deontilogical and consequentialist, (and of course a mix)

Deontilogical libertarians take rights very, VERY seriously and tend to be more extreme. These people are more likely to be ancaps. These people may take Ayn Rand seriously.

Consequentialist libertarians believe individual freedom and the free market is the best way to advance society. These people are more open minded to government involvement but are still skeptical.

So yes, some "real" libertarians do take her seriously, but others "real;" libertarians do not.
#75052 to #75022 - fefe (01/03/2015) [-]

I actually didn't mean "real" in any derogatory way. I was just thinking of the Ayn Rand worshiping Libertarian as a strawman
User avatar #75047 to #75011 - levvy (01/03/2015) [-]
lol wtf
#75015 to #75011 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/02/2015) [-]
These propaganda pics are so stupid they're funny
#75056 to #75015 - fefe (01/03/2015) [-]
>uncle sam having a longer nose than the IDF
#75021 to #75015 - fefe (01/03/2015) [-]
Latuff is a respectable cartoonist in the muslim brazilian community.

User avatar #75024 to #75021 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/03/2015) [-]
Wait, seriously?
#75069 to #75024 - fefe (01/03/2015) [-]

God forbid if you remind him.
#75016 to #75015 - minibeep (01/02/2015) [-]
the belief of propaganda being propaganda is false
there is only intellect
#75008 - alimais (01/02/2015) [-]
This triggers/baits pebar
User avatar #75054 to #75008 - schnizel ONLINE (01/03/2015) [-]
#75018 to #75008 - fefe (01/03/2015) [-]
I never understood liberals
They can be so socially progressive in some ways, but then turn around and do some stupid ass shit like defend a guy who breaks into a house and is suing the owners because he broke his leg or some shit
Like how can you be this chill but so fucking retarded
They're a difference between a bleeding heart and a prolapsed anus because you keep bending over
User avatar #75086 to #75018 - byposted (01/04/2015) [-]
>defend a guy who breaks into a house

Don't you see? The burglar is actually the victim. Throughout his life, he was dealt a short-stick by society, and that's wrong. He never received a proper education, and always acted up in school, not due to any innate limitations, but because his environment was substandard. The state needs to do more to correct this. We can help by donating to the Din Doo defense fund.
#75028 to #75018 - cabbagemayhem (01/03/2015) [-]
What do liberals have to do with this?
#75014 to #75008 - cabbagemayhem (01/02/2015) [-]
Why do people confuse Libertarianism with Anarchism? Libertarianism supports legitimate functions of government. It is only against illegitimate, wasteful, and counterproductive functions of government.
User avatar #75048 to #75014 - levvy (01/03/2015) [-]
libertarianism is considered anarchism, only in the usa libertarianism takes a different meaning. american libertarianism is just classical liberalism, but liberalism has a whole different meaning in the west as well
#75049 to #75048 - cabbagemayhem (01/03/2015) [-]
Libertarianism is only considered Anarchism by people who don't know what Libertarianism is, no matter what country or political parties they have.
User avatar #75050 to #75049 - levvy (01/03/2015) [-]
libertarianism throughout all of european history was considered anarchism, some people consider leninism, leftist libertarianism. libertarianism in europe is different then libertarianism in the usa
User avatar #75010 to #75008 - kanadetenshi (01/02/2015) [-]
Yeah a libertarian society would never be properly armed to defend themself, therefor we should let the government make sure that they never properly arms themself.
User avatar #75017 to #75010 - jewishcommunazi (01/03/2015) [-]
I don't think that was implicit in the post.
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