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#111318 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Karadžić got his verdict today in Haag, thoughts?
#111348 to #111318 - schnizel
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Good night serv pride.
#111329 to #111318 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Genocide is never justifiable, so I agree with the ICC's ruling.
#111332 to #111329 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Me too. He should never be released.
#111320 to #111318 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
who?
#111322 to #111320 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
... Radovan Karadžić?
#111335 to #111322 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
pebar is especially American lol
#111339 to #111335 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
#111340 to #111339 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]


This is what cognosceteipsum is talking about

www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-35893804
#111342 to #111340 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
yes, I googled the name as soon as he posted. My "who" post was my indifference to the suffering that goes on in the wasteland of Southeast Europe

a while back when schnizel was on the board, he commented a lot of how to make his country great, and I kept saying they way to have a great country is to not blow up your own infrastructure
#111343 to #111342 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Oh, sorry.

I'm not indifferent to the suffering but yes they seem to have a lot of conflicts
#111337 to #111335 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Noted.
#111323 to #111322 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
is this Finngol?
#111327 to #111323 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
what?
Btw you blocked me
#111310 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
There seems to have been a lot of information in other member states about the Brussels attackers which the Belgian police didn't have. Should there be European criminal law for major crimes and an equivalent version of the FBI and courts to try the accused?
#111324 to #111310 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
No. There should definitely be, as there already is, cooperation between European police forces, but never at EU level.

If EU-citizens feel like their civil rights are being violated, they can have it tried at the EU-court or ECHR.
#111333 to #111324 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
A lot of the stuff which is circulating suggests the cooperation really isn't working well enough though
#111319 to #111310 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
no
you're encouraging a larger federalized government. The EU should not fall into the same trap the US fell into
#111334 to #111319 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Only in criminal law for things like terrorism, arms and people trafficking. Really major crimes. I'm not suggesting anything beyond that.
#111304 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
shekelnator's new post brings up an interesting question, what should be done with Saudi Arabia?

I think its safe to say that Saudi Arabia is literally the ISIS that made it, and its obviously known that they fund and support terrorism. Should the US just lay back and accept that because they get a lot of oil from them and that is vital to America's economy, or should something be done? Is it not incredibly immoral to not call out Saudi Arabia's mischief and support of terrorism?
#111338 to #111304 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The biggest hurdle in dealing with Saudi Arabia and other oil monarchies is our own oil industry's investment in them. We need to be able to sustain ourselves without oil first, which is why we have companies like Exxon that spread anti-environmentalist propaganda and FUD about renewable energy. If they don't like it, tough shit.

What the US, UK and EU need to accept is that secular political movements that lead to long term stability will also probably lead to nationalization of industry, which is why we sparked the Iranian Revolution and made them theocratic to begin with.

Plus, they're all absolute monarchs. The only use for these people is as target practice.
#111351 to #111338 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Well so far environmental energy is too inefficient to see mainstream use in the US. We'll have to wait for nuclear to dominate completely, specifically nuclear fusion not nuclear fission.

The day nuclear fusion is mainstream is the day we don't need oil.
#111361 to #111351 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Nuclear would be a great alternative in general, but people still think it means scary explosions.
#111362 to #111361 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Yet we have so many nuclear reactors, nuclear fusion is very safe and environmental friendly and creates an incredibly amount of energy. Just put like 50 together in the desert of Arizona and wire it to most of the US (example) if people are scared of living next to one.
#111381 to #111362 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I know, but modern Western politics thrive on a culture of fear: for people to be less apprehensive to nuclear energy and other similar ideas, they have to be less easily controlled.
#111383 to #111381 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I know for immigration you think conservatives create a culture of fear against other groups, but I'm pretty sure its the opposite. Leftists have created a culture of fear (political correctness you could say) against speaking up about topics like these, why should we accept these people? Will this actually benefit us? How is multiculturalism good for a homogeneous European country with Western values?
#111321 to #111304 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Embargos. Nobody buy their oil and we'll see how well they will fare without us.
#111325 to #111321 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
That's not really how real life works, you don't just see who breaks first. America needs the oil more than Saudi needs the money.
#111326 to #111325 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
We should get more oil from say, Russia.
#111328 to #111326 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
That's... a very simple way of looking at the problem. I don't think that's how it works.
#111330 to #111328 - cognosceteipsum
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Who knows. They really only have one way to sustain themselves. Sometimes people overlook simple solutions because they think it just can't be that easy. This may or may not be one of those situations. I do not know.
#111312 to #111304 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I dont think US would lay down supporting KSA. because KSA is the reason why US has huge influence in here and giving US ability to do whatever they want. it is a mix of Israel and IS.

WE WANT THEIR END. but we tried doing that and US covered up the revolt and 109 people got beheaded. and in Bahrain people until now going to jail and being beaten. and in Kuwait and Qatar they took their nationality away and made them stateless. and UAE god knows. and in Oman you will be sent to UK Secret Agency. and in Jordan they will put you in jail and beat your ass up. and in Lebanon you will be abducted, watch your children being raped to death and then disappear.

Welcome to USA allies policy.
#111314 to #111312 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
i mean look. Cuck US president laying down his head for this thing.
#111315 to #111314 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
yes Cameron bow to him for your fucking prize you scum of Europe. hope your people beat you to death.
#111279 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Saudi Arabia Uncovered ITV Guys. watch this and save it. Youtube might remove it in the name of Freedom of Speech or Harassment. I might be dead or Mossad will arrest me for sharing this.
#111274 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
#111296 to #111274 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I can not begin to describe how much I loved that game. Most enjoyable gaming experience I will ever have is MW2.
#111350 to #111296 - asotil ONLINE
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(03/24/2016) [-]
WaW was better

Half because I came from a household where my dad never stopped talking about ww2, and half because it was flat out better than MW2
#111356 to #111350 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
WaW was the first COD I played with friends, I owned the previous ones before but never got to play with anyone. The game was amazing when it came out, it honestly disturbed me at the time. And the zombies was great too, especially split screen with friends after school. So don't get me wrong, the game has a special place in my heart too. Campaign - amazing, Zombies - amazing, Multiplayer - eh. The multiplayer of WaW just doesn't compare to MW2. MW2 was amazing because it was so arcady, so chaotic. WaW didn't have that on nearly the same level, MW2 was just perfect when it came to environment and feel, the two cannot be compared on multiplayer. I can't see how anyone can honestly argue against that, WaW MP has claimed a reputation of not being the best lets just say.

I'll give you my personal opinion on the past ones
WaW: Campaign amazing, Zombies amazing, Multiplayer eh
MW2: Campaign amazing, Spec Ops great, Multiplayer amazing
Black ops: Campaign good, zombies amazing, multiplayer eh (not my thing)
MW3: Campaign amazing, spec ops eh, multiplayer - eh (unoriginal)
Black ops 2 : campaign BAD, zombies eh, multiplayer great (didn't have the MW2 feel though).
Haven't played a single one since because they're garbage, and I never got to play COD4 MP when it came out so I can't fairly judge.

So if I had to rank 1) MW2 2) WaW 3) BO3
#111303 to #111296 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
#111307 to #111303 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I was in grade 7 when my parents finally bought me xbox live and MW2 came out, and after school my friends and I would spend hours and hours playing it. Every single day, hours and hours of MW2 Search and Destroy, or Quickscoping on Rust, or knife only matches, or trying to go for nukes with One Man Army Noobtube on demolition. Shit was so fun, and I was fucking amazing at that game. I was the best quickscopper out of anyone on my friends list, the best knifer, and I got so many nukes through noobtoobing. There was times when I'd get 3 nukes in a row in 3 matches in Demolition. God that game was fucking amazing, it was COD on steroids. Everything people hated about that game, I loved.

Quickscopping made it fun to snipe.
Commando and Tac Knife made it fun to do knife-only
Noob tube made it much easier to get nukes and piss people off.
Everything was said to be "unbalanced" yet it ended up balancing everything so perfectly. And God were the killstreaks fun, it actually made the game interesting unlike CODs after it. Everything about that game was perfect.

I have like min 50 hours on it since it came out. Probably more since I had many accounts.
#111308 to #111307 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
>noobtuber
#111309 to #111308 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Noobtubing was fucking great.
#111299 to #111296 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
That and C&C: Generals are also some of my favorite games.

People criticized MW2 for this particular scene, but I disagree. Conflict is ugly, and this game sure showed it.
#111300 to #111299 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
oh man you are poking the right nostalgia buttons for me. C&C Generals and the original MoH were the first games I ever played on the computer at the age of 6, when I still lived in Israel. Only two games I had on my computer and I loved them.

MW2 is unarguably the best COD for me.
#111302 to #111300 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Same. Being able to nuke a sandnigger base and decimating a group of tanks with a red-white-and-blue airstrike is some of the most satisfaction I've had.

God, war is great.
#111277 to #111274 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
#111282 to #111277 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
#111298 to #111282 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
How does this even relate with the comic, there was nothing to refute... it just shows how idiotic regressives react.
#111284 to #111282 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
#111259 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Progressives try almost as hard to keep radical Islam out of the conversation almost as hard as conservatives try to keep guns out of it.
#111261 to #111259 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
For most voters, guns aren't a major issue.
Terrorism is
#111263 to #111261 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
You're more likely to be shot by a toddler than killed by a terrorist, in America.
#111286 to #111263 - youregaylol
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(03/24/2016) [-]
You're more likely to be killed by a car accident than a gun, in America.

Damn cuntservatives ignoring the real problem.
#111341 to #111286 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
So the order of danger is

cars > toddlers with guns > terrorists

theism bringing the logic as always
#111275 to #111263 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Lets keep it that way
#111306 to #111275 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Fix both bruh.
#111313 to #111306 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I mean as in. lets keep islamic terrorism in the west as small as possible
#111331 to #111313 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Yeah. It would also be nice to keep the number of people shit by toddlers as small as possible.
#111264 to #111263 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I know, but as a issue that may sway people's votes, terrorism is more significant
#111266 to #111264 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
People are also pretty big on guns. It shifts quite a bit as terrorism is in the news at the moment terrorism is in people's minds but when guns are in the news that's in people's minds.
#111270 to #111268 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The poll puts terrorism at 6% and doesn't even count guns as an issue.
#111271 to #111270 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
scroll down
guns are at 1%
#111273 to #111271 - theism
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(03/24/2016) [-]
My fault, I thought ctrl-f would find the text but it was an image. What I'm saying is that terrorism is in the news, and these polls are from late 2015-2016

www.gallup.com/poll/186248/quarter-voters-say-candidate-share-view-guns.aspx?g_source=gun%20violence%20important&g_medium=search&g_campaign=tiles
Guns are obviously important to a good chunk of people.

And the important issue is when there's a conversation on these things, people try to distract the conversation away from the thing they don't want to talk about.
#111253 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Saudi Arabia is just ISIS light
#111276 to #111253 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
yup yup yuppy yup.
#111267 to #111253 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I think everyone agrees on that.
#111255 to #111253 - valeriya
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Devil you know, vs devil you don't know.
#111247 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
There's something ominous about EU-leaders calling for member states to give EU more powers in order to maintain security. Even right wing leaders in for example Denmark, which has a special legal status, seem to caving.

Instead of calling out the extremists living in EU, stopping the flow of migrants and criticizing muslim communities, they seem determined to instead surveil the population even more.

It's as if the EU are using these kind of situations to centralize power even more.
#111311 to #111247 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Hah! I just posted a question about this lol
#111256 to #111247 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The problem with terrorism is that it works. Nobody wants to be stern with Muslim communities, but nobody wants their cooperation, either. ISIS wants people to be afraid of anyone that is a Muslim, even when most of the latter are themselves scared shitless.

Politicians don't act on it directly because it is not in their interest to do so. What's a few dozen people full of shrapnel compared to unquestioned authority over the rest of them?
#111252 to #111247 - jettom
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I'm so glad my nation aint part of that cesspool
#111249 to #111247 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I dont think even the leaders of EU will do anything or anything good for their country.
#111290 to #111249 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
If they had right wing leadership who turned it back into it's O.G. form, they'd be golden.
#111293 to #111290 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
with such thing called NATO they are beyond doing that. in fact i will not lie, Europeans have huge hope if they stood together and removed their corrupted leaders and gov. looking at Germany and Turkey it looks like these corrupted leaders and gov will send them to death and wont bring up the news about it and will be covered and called small gang who want chaos.

I guess we need Co-Op Coup for all country's against each of our corrupted governments from East to West.. but imagine this huge destruction we will start for bringing up justice and honor :/
#111291 to #111290 - shekelnator
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#111294 to #111291 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
As I also commented below, it is perfectly possible given the current political climate. Unfortunately the EU has become associated with so many bad things that voters just want out.
Many voters also lack an understanding of the EU works, so it's only natural that they don't want anything to do with it.
I think it's possible, albeit the chances are slim.
#111305 to #111294 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
i have been reading about the empire in middle east and Europe. if we looked at Iran and how the republic started and ending the monarchy. They did it with the help of the military and refusing to shoot the people. When the king ordered his units to shoot at the revolutionary's, the military turned back and refused to shoot their own people. look up 1979 Iranian (Islamic) revolution in Iran

Or even at Russia at 1917 when they defeated their empire. the people stood together and entered the emperor palace. and removed him from his throne. and shoot the imperial family. THE POWER OF UNITY AGAINST CORRUPTION can put the greatest emperors to the ground and let them be like any other dead to the grave. Rising up the Great Russian Soviet Republic and now to Russian Federation.

let us look at religious people

Ibrahim, Moses,Jesus and Mohammad. All of them has faced Giant evil empires with greed, unjust, corruption and distrust. They put these evil empires to the ground and made a rise to better empire who serves justice, until one of this empire rise up to ruin it then someone will come again to bring back it is glory.

but we are all weak. from west to east all the are tired. are weak. are afraid. are depressed. the autocracy of these gov made us fear challenging them. made us not to do anything and let them use our pride and the hard work of our ancestors to destroy our heritage, culture and pride.

i am also afraid and everyone else. we need to wake up and fight. but we see no point of fighting while others cant fight while we are put down. we need a REVOLUTION! a revolution to end corruption and distrust.


I might be speaking shit or you might think im shitposting. i am just expressing my opinion on how the world is corrupted by evil and people are being affected by it.

I want to wake up. to be happy and other person in the other side who disagrees with me be happy too.
#111316 to #111305 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
One day, mate. One day. If we do not believe that mankind can one day live in peace, there is nothing to live for.
#111317 to #111316 - shekelnator
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(03/24/2016) [-]
mine and your great ancestors and prophets had hope. we should do and not disappoint the. gave their life for their people and others did for their glory and freedom.
#111248 to #111247 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I told you EU is a bad thing
#111251 to #111248 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The EU is bad because the wrong politicians are running it. Right wing needs to step up.
#111278 to #111251 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Europe is left in General. It would be really hard to pull the entire thing to the right. Sweden is lost meme's aside, looking at everything, Sweden is lost.
Evn tho right wing sentiment is rising in Germany the AfD polls low.
It seems like in Western part of the EU only a few countries like Austria, Denmark and the Netherlands have a chance.
I want to include France in there sneaky left wing rats manage to use every dirty trick in the book to keep FN from power
#111281 to #111278 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
It is just amazing that we have a lot countries who seem to have a consensus on a large range of policies, especially Denmark, UK, Poland and Hungary keeping out the whole government benefits issue, but that's essentially solved now .
But instead of trying to direct the course of EU and pressure Hollande and Merkel, they'd rather leave the EU.
The inner market is one of the best thing to have ever happen to Europe. Problem is that we have these liberal politicians who want to turn the EU into an institution that puts itself above the member states, eventually a single state.

What I'm saying is that if the right wing parties of EU realized what an amazing the EU really is and unites in a single front to take leadership, the EU could become something extremely useful and powerful. But instead of uniting they leave it to the bureaucrats to dictate the course, and just demand to get out of it.
#111285 to #111281 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Im all for a inner market and schengen area. But the liberals have ideas that cultures are all equal and they can blend and fuse.
Evn if the pendulum will swing to the right in the next election, it will go back left eventually.
The cultural differences between members are already big, but the left has the crazy idea to accept Ukraine and Turkey.

I think strong bonds in trade, military and what not are good. But the EU itself for me is a to high risk to bad stuff like that happening.

And the current fical policy's are a disaster. The EU allowed Greece to kill itself.
The EU put Greece on life support and Greece killed itself 4 more times.
So you got like a small army of 5 zombie Greeces that are also EU members
#111287 to #111285 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The thing is that it is perfectly possible to roll back regulations and directives. And if the right wing wins in Germany and France, the majority of important member states would have right wing governments. The problem is that in order to please their voters they talk about leaving the EU, which is understandable. But uniting and setting a new course is a much better solution.
And with an increasingly more competitive world, Europe needs to stay on its toes to not be outplayed. And the only way to do that is to realize that the only way to remain being the greatest economy in the world is to preserve the inner market.
#111288 to #111287 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Yea but i doubt German and France will get a right wing government soon, maybe Germany will wake up but France....well you have seen what the 2 lefties pulled with that 2 round election thingy a while back.

And once Turkey is in the EU, you wont get it out
#111289 to #111288 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
As I don't live in the EU and I don't experience it first hand, I understand the frustration Europeans have with it. And as the EU is now, it's is terribly, terribly flawed. But the potential that EU holds is just incredible, and I think it's a shame that so many right wing parties ignore this. I mean, imagine a world with a rightwing EU, America and Russia.
The world would be at our feet. And EU would unfortunately be on top, but if it was guys like you running it, I would support it.
#111292 to #111289 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Agreed an EU-like thing has potential. But we need to take a few steps back and get real first.

We need our own walls, tho building walls Around Europe is a lot harder and way more expensive than the TrumpWall will be.
We need to accept that the EU should be an exclusive club, that can not grow.
No Turkey. And i think Greece should be like a semi-member. I dont actually want them in, but just keep em on a leash so he doesn't wander off to Russia or China.

We need to expand our military, that should be a requirement, and who doesn't listen needs to get punished harder.
I like you guys but the US has to much influence over us when it comes to this.

And if any country wishes to allow migrants, refurgies or whatever you call it, it should be on their ass. If you schaffen das, YOU should schaffen das, don't try to spread them across the continent because you bitten off more than you could chew
#111295 to #111292 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I agree with everything, but I think splitting up our military corporation is a dangerous move in terms of stability. I would only support you guys increasing your military spendings, even to the point of exceeding ours.
#111297 to #111295 - lotengo
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Not splitting up, but us growing anyway.
Im pretty sure if nobody else got involved Israel could take out France and Germany in a 1 vs 2 without evn trying.
#111301 to #111297 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I don't disagree. And that only shows the sad state that Europe currently is in.

Niggas can't even live up to the NATO minimum standards. I'm glad Trump said that the alliance depends on a mutual effort, and if Europe can't live up to a minimum, the alliance becomes obsolete.
#111257 to #111251 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Then you'll have the exact same thing but with some taxes cut.
#111260 to #111257 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Not at all. Are you sure you know how the EU works?
#111262 to #111260 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
By turning a continent into a single economic superpower? It cares about money, not social issues, even if it pays some lip service now and then.
#111265 to #111262 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The EU does what the member states dictate.
The bureaucrats who want a single European state only have power because the member states let them.
#111269 to #111265 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
What makes you think in the current political climate that new candidates would be anything close to small government advocates?
#111272 to #111269 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The respective governments of EU have very different political views on the role and direction of EU. Just compare Germany and Poland.
If the right wing governments decided to utilize EU instead of just wanting out, EU would be a great institution.
#111280 to #111272 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Utilize it for what, exactly? If it were any different, it would only mean a stronger push for surveillance and other false security measures.
#111283 to #111280 - thumbfortrump
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(03/24/2016) [-]
To reinforce the borders and rolling back all the regulations and directives that has absolutely nothing to do with the inner market.
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#111242 - alimais
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#111258 to #111242 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The glorious caliphate would put a bullet through his head the moment he stops being useful.
#111245 to #111242 - redandgreen
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Everyone is someone's.
#111239 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I'm thinking about buying David Friedman's "The Machinery of Freedom"

Even though I'm not an anarchist, I think it'd still be a good read
#111235 - anon
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#111237 to #111235 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
The Mujahideen were also portrayed favorably in the 007 movie "The Living Daylights" with Timothy Dalton.
Because at the time, they were fighting against the Russians.

not coincidentally, this is when Osama Bin Laden came to power
#111236 to #111235 - unforgivensoul
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(03/24/2016) [-]
rambo 3 right?
#111241 to #111236 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Yes
#111232 - feelythefeel
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Much ado about going, little talk of going backwards.
#111231 - feelythefeel
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(03/24/2016) [-]
What are bailouts but indulgence which urserers are paid to recieve?
#111224 - anon
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Good news, boys!
#111230 to #111224 - seniorawesomesauce
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(03/24/2016) [-]
tbf, it's almost petty compared to July's results. These results say she's leading Trump by 11.4, but also let's compare that to Sanders vs. Clinton. She's beating Sanders by 10.2 points. This can also be explained by the currently divided GOP. If you ask a Cruz supporter who they'd pick, they'd say Clinton because they hate Trump, a competitor. However, if you ask a Bernie supporter who they'd pick, they'll say Clinton because Trump is on the opposing side. Once the nominees are solidified Republicans will back Trump. This is especially true considering Trump's lead in the GOP race, where his poll numbers (also from RCP) have never been higher. Not to mention every time they update these polls Trump's numbers go up more than Cruz's do every single time.
#111238 to #111230 - canyou ONLINE
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(03/24/2016) [-]
No no no, Cruz supporters, at worst, vote Gary Johnson if not Trump. I think the anti-trump movement in the GOP is enough to cost him the general election, but I also believe he can flip the tables by punching Hillary in her glass jaw. Most democrats distrust Hillary as much as republicans dislike Trump.

Tl;Dr, this election will end up being about who DOESN'T show up to vote in each party.
#111228 to #111224 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
America will choose it's own fate
#111222 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
the college newspaper has been having a lot of leftist and feminist opinion pieces lately and they have been getting torn apart in the comments section

they just now changed it so you need to buy a $38 subscription in order to comment
#111240 to #111222 - canyou ONLINE
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(03/24/2016) [-]
That seems really steep. They must know that only a liberal would pay money to have other people hear them whine.
#111233 to #111222 - akkere
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Might want to check if that newspaper is being funded when you go to pay tuition - indirectly or directly - and if so, if you can refuse paying into it.
The way Rutgers' Tuition is set up is so that you can end up paying $20 which is split between the college newspaper and an organization called the NJPIRG. You can choose to refute this payment, but it's a bitch to do so, and most people probably don't even realize what the hell either of these payments go to in the first place (at least most college freshmen definitely wouldn't).
#111225 to #111222 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
I'm guessing "leftist" means "SJW"?

I've tried sharing non-identity socialist views with these kinds of people and they called me a white supremacist.
#111226 to #111225 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
like Bernie Sanders stuff
#111227 to #111226 - Shiny
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Ah. Still childish to try to wall off criticism.
#111220 - studbeefpile
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#111223 to #111220 - pebar
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(03/24/2016) [-]
Milo "selfie every 5 minutes" Yiannopoulos
#111387 to #111223 - studbeefpile
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(03/24/2016) [-]
His selfies have done more for the world than you will probably ever do in your life.
#111205 - thumbfortrump
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Now we wait.
#111204 - pebar
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(03/23/2016) [-]
nationalists will defend this

this is what happens when government tries to maintain racial purity
#111211 to #111204 - figatron
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(03/23/2016) [-]
This is the Onion. I refuse to believe its not. Otherwise it would be too stupid
#111212 to #111211 - pebar
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(03/23/2016) [-]
it's real
#111210 to #111204 - unforgivensoul
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(03/23/2016) [-]
False dichotomy.
#111207 to #111204 - anon
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Are we going back to the days when a person was treated as an entirely black person even when they had only the tiniest percentage of African blood in them and didn't look the slightest bit like a black person?
#111208 to #111207 - pebar
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(03/23/2016) [-]
Harold and Kumar  Airline Security yes
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