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Those gentle, always polite Canadians.
Maybe beige hockey commentator makess difference.
DON CHERRY, Canadian Hockey CBC Television, was asked on a local live radio talk
show, what he thought about the allegations of suspected terrorists. His reply prompted
his ejection from the studio, but to thunderous applause from the audience.
If hooking up one rag head terrorist prisoner' s a car battery's getthe truth out ofthe
lying little camel one Canadian life or American, then I have onlything things to
Red is positive, black is negative, and make sure his nuts are wet."
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#1 - niggazoid
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(03/06/2013) [-]
Red is positive, black is negative, and make sure his nuts are wet... please.
#19 - manbearpiglet
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User avatar #6 - techketzer
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That was funny. I laughed.

Torture isn't, though.
#14 to #6 - ahitwo
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Torture of terrorist camel shaggers is funny to me.
User avatar #34 - syndromes
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I do not applaud this man. Torturing a SUSPECTED terrorist just to get some information out of them is wrong as ****. Why? Because the torturers will always get some sort of answer regardless of what they do to him because honestly, you could tell your whole life's story when they have your ballsack attached to a battery and if they still don't believe you by then you'll probably make some **** up just so they'll stop torturing you.

This guy is also overly racist for no reason. "rag head terrorist", "camel shagger".
Don't get me wrong. I hate terrorists as much as the next guy, but the way he's making it sound like is like every middle-eastern inhabitant is a 'potential' terrorist.

The guy's a tool.
In my opinion.
#41 to #34 - Kingsteveooo
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#38 to #34 - tranminh
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Don Cherry is a hockey commentator who promoted Rob Ford, he's the most conservative canadian out there
#11 - anon id: 7302c2c3
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If torture doesn't work, why have we been doing it for so long?

Torture Masters- 1
Butthurt Hippies- 0
#32 to #11 - anon id: 83d3018e
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you do realize you can make a man admit he killed Jesus if you did what this guy approves of, right? It's not about truth or safety, it's about fear.
User avatar #13 to #11 - SuitUp
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Because it lets you get the result you want, regardless or whether it's true or not. Pretty simple really.
#29 to #13 - anon id: 84b02534
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he/she is being satirical
#27 - bensami
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The Interviewer is a tool. Either that or he was fishing.

Don Cherry is a legend, a great coach and a great analyst. But he has ZERO filter, which is why I find him ******* hilarious

*oh and his suits are badass as ****
User avatar #57 to #27 - thedungeonmaster
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He's also donated like 75% of his wealth to charity so it's not even like he's one of those stuck up rich people he's actually a good guy
#64 - maskedguardianmkii
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The problem with this is that he was asked about the torture of suspected terrorists, not actual terrorists. We don't know if that "lying little camel shagger" is actually a terrorist.
#10 - chism
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User avatar #58 - Vandeekree
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Maybe my opinion differs from the rest of funnyjunk, but i see nothing admirable about putting Canadian and American lives as more valuable that anyone else's.
User avatar #137 to #58 - kagji
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Whiny little bitch... I'm not conservative, mind you, but a kind of middle ground. identifying with a party is just asking for trouble, and naïve little pansy asses like you are the reason that nothing ever gets done.
#92 to #58 - rety
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Its not just about Canadians and Americans.

A terrorist is a person that wishes ill being on anyone that does not agree with him, and will do anything to make his points known and accepted.

A person like that is a shame on the human race, and a stain on the tapestry of morality.

To say they are equal with other humans should be taken as offensive by the entirety of the human population.

Any person that wishes ill will on the innocents of another nation or culture because they don't share your opinions is a total piece of ****.

And you know what, valuing innocents of Canada and the USA more than a terrorist isn't admirable, its common ******* sense. If you don't, your stupidity is admirable.
User avatar #94 to #92 - Vandeekree
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Then me disagree. I don't think that the wrong someone has done or would do lessens their humanity in the least. Just because someone murders or steals does not mean you should not see them as a human being. People love to create monsters out of others, but do you think there is a single person like that that wasn't pushed into doing it by something? If you look at it from their side you will see a person who doesn't deserve to lose their rights, they need help.
User avatar #138 to #94 - kagji
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i agree. let me see if I cant find some lead zanex for the ******.
#100 to #94 - rety
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Those that wish to or have done ill will have no place in a peaceable society.
And don't get me wrong, I still think they are humans. They just don't deserve to interact with the rest of us. I could care less if they didn't interact with innocents. However, they pursue war and death of the innocents based on twisted religious logic.

the only help they need is a 360 volts of help to rat out their towel head buddies that attack civilians since the country those civilians belong to isn't Islamic and is "sinful".

Can you really think that if an innocent or a terrorist had to die, that their lives are equal? Which one would you choose to Die?
User avatar #104 to #100 - Vandeekree
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Their lives are equal like it or not. If i had to choose i could not choose even though that hypothetical situation is quite rigged. You see, perhaps their logic is twisted, but that only shows that they need help. Now i agree that the easy way would be to simply kill/imprison anyone who doesn't see eye to eye with your moral code, but would not the right thing be to try and help those people see why they shouldn't be killing? Why save one life when you could save both the terrorist and the innocent? Not to mention you don't know who the bad guys are, so would you risk hurting one innocent man to bring in one terrorist?
#109 to #104 - rety
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Don't misunderstand me,
I we could all hold hands and sing kumbaya, i'd be all for it.
If we could reason with terrorist, I'd be happy.
If we could convince them to not do it, I'd be happy.
One cannot reason with terrorists, their entirety of their being is unreasonable and they have been brainwashed by their elders into doing these things.

User avatar #112 to #109 - Vandeekree
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So then my next logical question would be how do you know that? How many terrorists have you tried to reason with?
See, you can't just use the cop out that they are brain washed because that could mean you are the one brain washed and they are the ones who are right. They don't know they're wrong? Then maybe you don't know you're wrong.
But in order for everyone to "hold hands and sing kumbaya" someone has to extend the first hand.
#116 to #112 - rety
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You don't need to be a chef to know something tastes like ****.

People that try to get their points across through the death of innocents and the promise of an afterlife cannot be turned from that path.

As for me, what if i'm wrong?
Then, I will die as wrong as i am now. Nothing will turn from my code of morality.
Nothing will turn them from theirs.

As for the hold hands and sing kumbaya, You can extend your hands, but i won't extend mine.

The are only two things i will ever offer a terrorist.

The first is a life rotting in a cell until they die if they rat out their friends.

The second is a pig-blood covered bullet.

You be you, sympathize and understand their plight. Hold out your hand, they may not kill you instantly and just ransom you, then kill you. They may torture you.

I'll be me, serving cupro-nickel jacketed diplomacy to any terrorist that encounters me.
User avatar #117 to #116 - Vandeekree
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Well if you are going to harden yourself up and refuse to change then yes, there is little hope of you changing, but you see not everyone refuses to change. They will not harm you if you rove you mean no harm to them. There is hope for every person, no one is too far gone. And i think your words are driven by fear, not understanding. If you would simply look at their side you will realize we cause their actions as much as they cause ours. There is a reason they want to kill us, it's because they do not know us or understand us just as we don't know them or understand them.
But let me assure you that if you go around killing anyone who you believe to be a terrorist, you are only going to make more terrorists, angry that their father was killed by an American.
#51 - solarisofcelestia
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**** yeah!
#54 to #51 - anonymousattorney
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Canadian, eh? Well, thanks for helping out with that *********** back in '79. We owe you guys for that one.
#55 to #54 - solarisofcelestia
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You mean Vietnam?
User avatar #56 to #55 - anonymousattorney
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That, and Iran.
#59 to #56 - solarisofcelestia
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That war was trouble for everyone.
User avatar #60 to #59 - anonymousattorney
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Still, though. Figure saying thanks now and again for when we help each other out can't hurt. And, as for the Iran thing I'm referring to...Argo. That is all.