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#133 - nottatguy
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(04/21/2013) [-]
If you attack Denmark I'll **** you up bitch
#209 to #133 - mrblueftw
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(04/21/2013) [-]
2edgy4me
I cant take down everyone at my school, non the less the US and its allies.
#139 to #133 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Will you force-feed us alcohol?
#143 to #139 - nottatguy
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(04/21/2013) [-]
You ***** can't even drink 2 beers without hitting the ground lol
#154 to #143 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Coming from the 12 year old most likely
#380 to #154 - nottatguy
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(04/22/2013) [-]
18 actually.
#147 to #143 - bokkos
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Stop. You're making to good people of Denmark look like assholes.
#150 to #147 - nottatguy
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(04/21/2013) [-]
CAUSE BABY TOOOOONIGHT I AM PISSING FUNNYJUNK OOOOFFF AGAAAAAAAIN
#156 to #150 - suddenlypotatoes
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(04/21/2013) [-]
You want people thinking that your country is full of assholes?
#210 to #156 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#381 to #210 - nottatguy
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(04/22/2013) [-]
I actually achieved pissing a few people off, wow.
#382 to #381 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#52 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
******* Monaco, are you serious?
#55 to #52 - skarre
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(04/21/2013) [-]
It's supposed to represent Poland, but in all Polandball comics Poland is supposed to be upside down.
Why? Ask Krautchan..
#15 - warbob
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Implying USA doesn't have a lot of red on the flag.
#20 to #15 - captnpl
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(04/21/2013) [-]
less than half is red
#99 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
The confederate states were invaded, not sure how you blame solely them for the civil war.
#144 to #99 - gibroner
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(04/21/2013) [-]
they were invaded because they declared themselves independent illegally
#166 to #144 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
They held a vote to seceede, completely legal at the time.
#167 to #166 - gibroner
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(04/21/2013) [-]
my mistake they were actually invaded for attacking Fort Sumter unprovoked
#171 to #167 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Those troops were told to leave and refused, that counts as an trespassing in an enemy territory and is considered hostile behavior.
#172 to #171 - gibroner
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(04/21/2013) [-]
well I suppose it's all a matter of perspective
#174 to #172 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Those troops were there illegally, legally the south was in the right, morally however they were ****** up.
#107 to #99 - multimedia
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(04/21/2013) [-]
They separated from the US under the full knowledge that Lincoln wouldn't put up with that ****.
#108 to #107 - anon
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Their secession was completely legal, Lincoln got pissy and illegally sent troops to SC, which were then fired upon in defense.
#113 to #108 - multimedia
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The Confederate secession was in no way justifiable. They did it so they could keep their slaves. Yes, there were other reasons, but the central cause was their fear that Lincoln would further prohibitions on slavery and eventually abolish it. They were already furious about the previous Act which made all states acquired from Mexico automatically free states (I believe it was overturned, but they were still pissed)

All in all, you can say "State's Rights" and other crap all you want: The South seceded because they wanted the right to keep their slaves.
#117 to #113 - anon
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The reason for secession is irrelevant, in the US before 1869 the constitution had no laws governing the subject, according to the 10th amendment that means the states were given authority on the subject, a democratic vote was held and the secession went forward, at the time lincoln had no legal justification for interfering.
#122 to #117 - multimedia
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Why does the legality of the invasion matter? Besides, from what I've learned, Lincoln already had loyal forces in the south during the secession, since, ya know, US forces are under the US's control, and they were fired upon first.
#127 to #122 - anon
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Because we have laws in the US? You can't just circumvent them because you lost a power struggle. And they were asked to leave, Confederate forces fired upon enemy combatants refusing to leave a sovereign nation.
#136 to #127 - multimedia
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(04/21/2013) [-]
You do realize that the South did the exact same thing Lincoln did right? "Get pissy" (your words) because they lost a power struggle?
#140 to #136 - anon
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How so? The south held a democratic vote on the subject to see what the people wanted lincoln just threw a fit.
#142 to #140 - multimedia
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Lincoln won the Presidency fair and square. Rather than accept that, the South decided "Nah, **** this, we're leaving the country." Then proceeded to make their own country, with blackjack and slaves.
#148 to #142 - anon
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Lincoln was elected democratically and the south left democratically, why is one okay but not the other?
#151 to #148 - multimedia
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Because one vote included the whole nation, and the other included just the place that wanted to leave.
#155 to #151 - anon
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At the time of secession states were sovereign, states had every right to leave the union if the people in those states wanted to.
#163 to #155 - multimedia
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jhvhjv gfcvksgvsfhgsd fkjsvdhcgdbhvfsdjbvjhsfugae uyfwyef

I think you won....
#129 to #127 - multimedia
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The base they were on was still controlled by the US federal government. It was US soil so long as US troops were stationed there. They could have blockaded food, they could have done literally anything else, but they shoot at them.
#132 to #129 - anon
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Having a US base doesn't make it us soil unless the country lets you purchase it willingly, it's still the same today, we could be asked to leave any country today with a military base and we would have to.
#101 to #99 - bangala
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#111 to #99 - feelythefeel
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>an angry black man   
>arguing for the confederates   
I can see why you're so angry.
>an angry black man
>arguing for the confederates
I can see why you're so angry.
#115 to #111 - multimedia
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Because he's stupid?
#114 to #111 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Not arguing for confederates, but to place the blame solely on them is silly.
#116 to #114 - multimedia
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Making an action knowing it will force your enemy to make a move against you under his moral/legal beliefs (and power as ******* PRESIDENT) is tantamount to shooting at them, but you don't have to waste gunpowder.
#118 to #116 - anon
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"Force" Nothing was forced, lincoln CHOSE to invade. The Confederate states were no longer under US jurisdiction Lincoln had no power in the south.
#119 to #118 - multimedia
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(04/21/2013) [-]
I hate people like you. I knew somebody who said that nobody can force you to do anything. If you're left in a position where you can do one of two things, your choice has been forced.
#123 to #119 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Lincoln could've done multiple things but chose the one that kept him the most power.
#124 to #123 - multimedia
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No, he did the one thing that kept the Union together without compromising his morality.
#128 to #124 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
He still chose to start a illegal war based on his personal beliefs.
#131 to #128 - multimedia
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And? That war ******* ended slavery. The Union would have fallen to pieces without the Confederacy, and they knew that. They were damning people to starvation and economic turmoil so they could keep their slaves, and even after it was made illegal, they made the most retarded ******* laws so they could keep their slaves without them being slaves under some retarded technicalities.
#138 to #131 - anon
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Linoln opposed blacks civil rights as much as anyone in the south. And The south left legally, after secession the confederacy was under no obligation to look after the union citizens economically or financially.
#141 to #138 - multimedia
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Lincoln may have opposed black civil rights, but understand this: No law strictly prohibits the US from recovering seceded land. Under Executive Privilege, Lincoln had every right to invade to protect the state of the Union.
#145 to #141 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
As my original point stands, I'm not saying the south had no part in the war, my point was blaming them for the entirety of the civil war is retarded, since it was initiated by someone else.
#149 to #145 - multimedia
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I don't disagree with that, but I still don't think siding with the confederacy is just...just wrong. I'm honestly almost certainly letting my morality get in the way of the facts here, but still, it's the US circa 1861. Errybody was pretty goddamn stupid and intolerant. With history, you have to look at things relatively, and the North was on the right side of the slowly developing "civil rights" movement.
#158 to #149 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
I'm not saying that the south was right for wanting slavery i'm just saying this subject isn't as black and white as people make it (pun intended)
#159 to #158 - multimedia
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(04/21/2013) [-]
hue
#126 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
"Kitten is many fun" ? Implying that we Danes are bad at English? That's horrible. If anyone sucks at American native language, it's the Americans.
#134 to #126 - ChronoBoost
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Pretty sure its Poland that said that.
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#217 to #213 - threedogification
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(04/22/2013) [-]
The Confederate.
#218 to #217 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#221 to #218 - threedogification
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It would be the CSA, just use the abbreviation.
#222 to #221 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#226 to #222 - asschwitz
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Probably the north, more industrialization, better tech.
#229 to #226 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#234 to #229 - asschwitz
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I haven't really read up much on the the civil war lately, but I'm fairly sure the North would of had more foreign backing as well. Not to mention, would not be nearly as susceptible to a revolution as the south, when you oppress people it doesn't lead to a stable country/government.
#237 to #234 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#240 to #237 - asschwitz
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If their economy continued to depend on it long enough, they wouldn't allow them to immigrate, so it just kinda depends on how the South would've continued on. Not to mention strong ideals like that don't die down easily, so there would've been strong support in the South to keep slavery, purely out of personal beliefs if anything.
#243 to #240 - anon
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Most likely the south would've ditches slaves as soon as mechanized farm equipment became available.
#247 to #243 - asschwitz
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One could argue that they would not let the ex-slaves ascend to any stature in the South, that they would've been made to do other things (Maybe maintaining the machines?) and kept as a working class, where they would've been underpaid and mistreated. As I said, strong ideals don't die down easily, especially ones that deal with race.
#250 to #247 - anon
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You'd be surprised how many southerners were sympathetic to blacks, remember after the war both the north and south treated blacks like ****.
#248 to #240 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#253 to #248 - asschwitz
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Refer to comment #247

Also, While people may not have owned slaves, many people had racist ideals against African-Americans and had a very low opinion of them. Not everyone though, there were people who lived in the South that risked their lives to help them escape.
#258 to #253 - anon
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Most people everywhere had racist ideals against blacks at the time.
#262 to #258 - asschwitz
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The difference is the political standpoints of the North and South, which is in part why we had the Civil War. In my opinion it was a case of who the people in power were and what they believed. Not entirely of course, but at least partially.
#264 to #253 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#273 to #264 - asschwitz
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Probably, but the north was a safer place for blacks to be, at least safer than the south. Not to mention from the north they could go up to Canada. Btw, thumbed all your comments for being polite and mature, a refreshing change from most of funnyjunk.
#225 to #222 - threedogification
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Just what race are you, exactly? Purely research.
#228 to #225 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#230 to #228 - threedogification
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Ok, because if you were African-American, you would still be a slave. Anyhow, I agree with asschwitz.
#297 - Crusader
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(04/22/2013) [-]
The American Flag has a lot of red on it
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#317 to #311 - Crusader
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Oh sorry, can you not see that writing?
#319 to #317 - noiseinattic **User deleted account**
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#309 to #297 - lordaurion
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(04/22/2013) [-]
It's only like 1/3 red.
#83 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
So...

They're like Humon comics...


But with less effort?
#85 to #83 - herecomesjohnny
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(04/21/2013) [-]
that's implying humoncomics was the first with the idea though
#60 - DCat
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Those damn crafty Canadians.
#362 - CapnInterwebz
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(04/22/2013) [-]
WWIII started the day Canada tried to pass ham off as Canadian bacon
WWIII started the day Canada tried to pass ham off as Canadian bacon
#265 - henryfordthegod
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What about America
#275 to #265 - capslockrage
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Less than half red.
#86 - anon
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Voltorb??
#175 - Grantallica
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Polish flag looks like Voltorb... Voltorb used self-destruct... Coincidence?
#235 to #175 - llimakyo
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(04/22/2013) [-]
that's the indonesian flag... nice one
#53 - svkl
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(04/21/2013) [-]
USA telling Germany about the nazi bad-guys? interdazthing
#387 - anon
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(09/28/2014) [-]
is that indonesia?we'll never start one..
#384 - krynax
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(02/01/2014) [-]
But Polandball, why yuo of upside down?
#383 - alekksandar
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(05/01/2013) [-]
kitten is many fun!
kitten is many fun!
#354 - twofreegerbils
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Please be Poland
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