Someone finally said it. No description needed... I have a couple of problems though. 1) Freedom of speech? If you had true freedom of speech then you could say "" on TV without consequences. Where's  Someone finally said it No description needed I have a couple of problems though 1) Freedom speech? If you had true freedom speech then could say "" on TV without consequences Where's
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#109 - Mutador
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(09/09/2013) [-]
I have a couple of problems though.

1) Freedom of speech? If you had true freedom of speech then you could say "******" on TV without consequences. Where's the freedom of speech in racism? You should be able to say whatever you want, EVEN if what you want to say is that you hate a specific race of people.

2) Britain already owned the Falkland islands, it was ( if I remember correctly ) Argentina who invaded Falkland islands, the populace of Falkland islands wanted to stay under britain, so the queen came to aid.. but that's just a small thing...

3) being a bloody continent comes with age, Europe is a lot older than america, so we've had more time to settle our differences, france and britain, once long sworn enemies are now friends for example. Having a large portion of northern america doesn't give you any natural enemies locally, but you still manage to find war everywhere else. How long in your history of being a nation have you been in peace, a time where you were in no wars? Don't get me wrong, a lot of the wars you've been in have been necessary, but you cant call europe bloodier than yourself.

4) WW2 was a world war, that's in the title, you were a part of it from the beginning, whether your government wanted to admit that or not. The moment Hitler started on world domination he dragged the US in, because US is a part of the world, and you can't dominate the world without invading the US. With the large Jewish and black population the USA would have been targeted even to just complete the Aryan cleansing.

5) In the cold war, you didn't really defend only europe from Russia, because USA is also part of "west" (in case you didn't know). The cold war was mainly between Russia and the USA. Letting Russia claim the whole of europe is no better than letting Hitler do it, and would be a sign of weakness, paving a way to russian invasion. That's just not the amirican way.

I fear the torrent of downtumbs on my way, but I believe in freedom of speech....
#123 to #109 - elaxx
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Few clarifications, during the WW2 common people of USA didn't even want to join the war until they were attacked by Japanese and Hitler declared war with them. During the cold war it wasn't all just about american way... it really is like you said, if USSR got whole Europe, they would be much more powerful and guess who would they aim their missiles at next? It was more of a self-defense rather than just stopping communism. Although communism was very forceful with its ideology as well.
#1368 to #123 - spelliusthemad
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(09/11/2013) [-]
well fyi those misseles were allrdy pointed at america and american missiles on ussr during the whole time of the cold war both partys (americans and USSR) pointed everything they had at eachother with only one push of the button away from WWIII or better said one push from the button away from the ultimate genocide and destruction of the world
#1371 to #1368 - elaxx
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(09/11/2013) [-]
I was figuratively speaking...
#1372 to #1371 - spelliusthemad
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(09/11/2013) [-]
yea i know, just wanted to point it out
#1375 to #1372 - elaxx
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(09/11/2013) [-]
Interesting though that at one point the button was almost pressed.
#1376 to #1375 - spelliusthemad
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(09/11/2013) [-]
yea not just one instant i think. But yea. good that it didnt happen
#943 to #123 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Both the USA and the USSR were protecting themselves while trying to remove the influence of the other from various countries.
#954 to #943 - elaxx
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Yep. Kind of a paradox. But still, it was more about the mentioned self-defense.
#140 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
1. Well, it IS possible to get out of hand when it comes to what you say. A newscaster saying ****** on LIVE tv is just tasteless. Plenty of times bad things were said on TV by people, and it was more of the networks and viewers getting pissed. The government never arrested somebody for saying "cunt" on TV or the internet. (Don't bring up the Snowden situations. Should that happen in any other country, I'm sure the government would react similar.)

2. Don't know enough about this to comment.

3. Every country has their fair share of sin (not you Canada), and frankly, I'm not a fan of the engagements the US goes in I can say, however, that I don't like how Europeans act like the US is the only one in the middle east. Europeans are also down there fighting.

4. I hate when either side still dwells on WW2.

5. Compare each side of Europe during the times. Vastly different living qualities. US actually cared somewhat about the people. Also, why would ANYONE give Europe to the USSR?
#155 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
1.the government isn't censoring speech on TV, networks and companies are. they usually dont allow swearing or hate speech because it ***** up ratings and gives the network a bad reputation.
2. i just gonna give you this one because i honestly don't give a ****
3. france and britain are only friends because of WW1, the only thing settling your differences is the EU (remember yugoslavia?), we don't have any local enemies because just wanted to expand to the pacific (after that we mostly stopped), we'd be a hell of a lot more peaceful if europe would've let us stay isolationist and didn't beg us to bail them out of WW1 and WW2 (just keep that in mind, you created this monster you hate so much)
4. WW2 wasn't a world war until after the japanese attacked the US, the only involvement of the US before that was supplying the allies.
5. i'm not sure what your point is here.
#441 to #155 - mcdonaldscupinc
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Europe did not beg USA to save them during WW1 and WW2, the victory over Nazi germany is mostly thanks to USSR. They did way more for the interest of Europe than USA ever did.
#521 to #441 - Mutador
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(09/09/2013) [-]
It can be concluded that Hitlers fall was well aided by USSR, USSR lost a load of men, but they had more men than Hitler had bullets. USSR was important in defeating Hitler in WW2 even by just having Germany concentrate a lot of resources in the Eastern front. We might have been able to win the war without the USSR, but it would have been a lot tougher to achieve.
#1023 to #521 - fathis
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Also the Cold weather
#1022 to #441 - fathis
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Technically the Nazis killed themselves by hoping that the invasion would be over in a few months before the winter... They all invaded Russia wearing summer attire I **** you not.
#518 to #441 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
First thing, the USA turned the tide of both wars in the favor of the Allies, you are right they are not the full reason the Allies won both wars but they are huge influence, without the USA joining both wars it would of been one of two things.

1. Allies lost the war
2. Allies won the war but many more lives would of been dead.

Also before the USA joined the wars we sent supplies to Allied nations, so the USA was helping the Allies before they even began fighting.
#534 to #518 - spelliusthemad
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(09/09/2013) [-]
lol, helped as in here are weapons and food supplies, now pls give us money in return. Thats not giving, thats making profit over a war. (in my opinion one of the only reasons you guys ever became rich was stealing from the native americans(the real ones) and selling weapons .... )
#1363 to #534 - darshian
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(09/11/2013) [-]
USA was also selling to Nazi Germany as well mainly oil until Japan signalled their intent after joining the Axis forces
#1367 to #1363 - spelliusthemad
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(09/11/2013) [-]
true, but that just proves me more right :p America got rich caus of the war selling weapons and all. Thats why their economy s*cks now. they are fighting allot all over the world but selling less guns caus theyve learned its not so good to sell to yer ennemys xD
#582 to #534 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
In my opinion the only reason Europe became rich was because of stealing from the native Chinese and Africans. There was a lot of exploitation going on back then so neither people from Europe nor the United States can claim they are better than the other in that regard.
#1027 to #582 - fathis
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Never go full retard
#1366 to #582 - spelliusthemad
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#618 to #582 - spelliusthemad
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(09/09/2013) [-]
I never said europe was better and I never wanted to show off as if america is worse then europe. Either you read my comment wrong or your interpretation of it is wrong. I was just saying that its wrong what that dude said (as anonymous wich is lame caus you are allrdy anonymous on the internet, why the fck would you go even more anonymous??) in comment 518 and i wanted to say what was on my mind. europe is worse then america if you look at europe over its complete history, but americans are actually worse tbh because they have done allot of sh*t and they only exist now for what? 100 years orso? while europe yes, europe as in the continent did allot of things not to be proud off. And it took all those years and all those wars and slaughter/genocides to finally unite us. So in my opinion, europe is better ftm if you look at the overall, but we are worse in some fields yea.
#524 to #155 - zzzapped
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(09/09/2013) [-]
In ww2 the fortune on the eastern front had already turned 44. What the US did was that they saved western Germany and other of the German occupied areas from falling under USSR control.
#279 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Also the lions share of your foreign aid has been going to Israel now most of it in the form of military goods. So the majority of U.S foreign aid has been give to support a pro western state set up after ww2 in a war of conquest. Pretty messed up. Every state is up to **** stuff and most states have a blind spot for Israel.

Just thought it was pressing to point out thats what the foreign saintly aid goes on.

U.K fag btw, however i would not want the U.S to stop being so important on the international stage just think who else would start there own world police, China, Russia or some country thats not as nice.
#341 to #109 - flikkyfilms
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(09/09/2013) [-]
The Founding Fathers knew people like you were going to talk **** about how Freedom of Speech isn't 100% "free".
They put a extension to the amendment to not allow any vulgarity where it would be deemed offensive when they wrote it.
#470 to #109 - volleys
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Well freedom of speech, in essence cannot be blocked by the government. Saying ****** on TV is against the FCC rules. FCC has a different set of rules than the US constitution.
#523 to #109 - nickmandemon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
"Derrp freedom of speech means i can swear whenever I want!" You're stupid if you think that's what freedom of speech is about. You sound like a middle school student complaining to their teacher. Freedom of speech is just freedom of political, religious, and racial opinion, among other things. Don't be a child please. And as for your other arguments: "oh it happened a long time ago" is a stupid excuse and so is "oh well america isn't close to the countries it has wars with" What? Are you serious? In this day and age, EVERYTHING is close because you can go around the entire world in like a day. And besides. Nothing in this post wasn't true, you're just trying to make it sound different. And the whole point of the britain invading the Falkland islands was to prove that it is imperialistic. Saying "oh it already owned them" doesn't change that.
#1230 to #109 - ivoryhammer
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(09/09/2013) [-]
You can say "******" on TV, South Park has done it, as with many other shows.
#1323 to #109 - anon
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(09/10/2013) [-]
All of your points have flaws save the falklands one.
#1337 to #109 - psychfreak
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(09/10/2013) [-]
Freedom of speech only goes so far. It doesn't mean that you can say whatever you want. I can't go into a crowded movie theater and yell "FIRE!!" and watch as the chaos unfolds, as there is a chance that someone may get hurt, and then you will surely get into trouble. With most of our rights, you can't take things as you want to interpret them.

Also, a person shouldn't be able to say "******" on television just because he can. That's just being a ******* twat.
#932 to #109 - Sdgnuipaegr
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(09/09/2013) [-]
According to FJ, "domination" is considered a taboo word.

what
#440 to #109 - spelliusthemad
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(09/09/2013) [-]
You are right, couldn't have said it better you adressed all the points I wanted to say. It gives me joy to see that there are smart people on the internet (well i dont know if you are smart, i can only tell that you think and thats a great thing
#497 to #440 - Mutador
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Oh iz genus! But seriously, I'm flattered!
#513 to #497 - spelliusthemad
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(09/09/2013) [-]
haha, id like to thumb you up but im not lvl 2 yet
#532 to #513 - Mutador
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(09/09/2013) [-]
That's ok, it's the thought that counts
#845 to #109 - lech
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Just going to say one thing.
People can be racist. People can say "******" on television.
However, the media will mock you for it. People will get upset.
This is beyond the government's control, people express the right to disagree with what you said. And for companies like NBC, they rather not lose viewership because someone used "******"
#1301 to #109 - germanstodamaxja
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(09/09/2013) [-]
I understand what you're saying, but honestly all I want, as an American, is for Europeans to cut us some slack. We really have been trying to do our best, we have made our mistakes, but honestly we have managed to accomplish a lot of good in the world and we just want to cooperate with you guys across the pond.
#615 to #109 - batguy
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#1220 to #109 - splosh
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(09/09/2013) [-]
WTF. :0   
   
For the record, we don't swear or use hate speech on national television for the sake that we don't want our children to hear it...   
   
And, to be fair, you can't just say "that's a small thing". It wasn't.   
It wasn't a small thing.   
   
One more thing.. American*. Not amirican.   
   
Chill with that ****.
WTF. :0

For the record, we don't swear or use hate speech on national television for the sake that we don't want our children to hear it...

And, to be fair, you can't just say "that's a small thing". It wasn't.
It wasn't a small thing.

One more thing.. American*. Not amirican.

Chill with that ****.
#506 to #109 - jamsamx **User deleted account**
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(09/09/2013) [-]
As an Englishman I have one problem with what you said, France and England being friends. I intend to master longbow archery and sail to France with a bushel of bodkin arrows, and then try to re-enact the Battle of Poitiers in a quiet French town before I march on Paris and deliver my terms to the French President demanding their immediate surrender or I siege Paris.
#565 to #506 - snowshark
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(09/09/2013) [-]
I'd suggest you tackle the problem in a more british manner.

By degrading them with cutting wit. We've been at this war of attrition for decades and sooner or later, they'll cave. Finally we will be able to have Gascony back!
#572 to #565 - jamsamx **User deleted account**
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Joan of Arc can't save them now!
#574 to #572 - snowshark
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(09/09/2013) [-]
To be honest she was having trouble back then too.

Being locked out by your own troops to be captured, raped and burned at the stake ain't a nice way to go. But it certainly is the French way.
#1208 to #109 - alltimetens
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(09/09/2013) [-]
You may be right on the 2-5, but I don't agree with how you view the definition of "Freedom of Speech". You probably don't know much of our history. In fact, a lot of the amendments were created as a response to when we were a colony of the British. Freedom of speech was created because prior to that, it was impossible to say something negative about a governor or a high-ranking official without being jailed.

Freedom of speech is an amendment that, in my opinion, shouldn't be misused to **** with people. We have freedom of speech so we can speak freely about the government without being prosecuted. It wasn't created so I can insult someone or be a racist ******.

Imagine if I walked up to you and your girlfriend/mother/sister and called your girlfriend/mother/sister a whore or a slut. Just because I have freedom of speech does not mean I can't be punched in the face.
#1346 to #1208 - spankyy
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(09/10/2013) [-]
no but you could press charges if they hit you.
#1356 to #1346 - alltimetens
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(09/10/2013) [-]
I could. But I'm not an asshole who ruins someone's life just because they knicked my cheekbone.
#1357 to #1356 - spankyy
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(09/10/2013) [-]
Maybe you're not but there are plenty who would call your girlfriend/mother/sister a whore/slut, and then press charges if you hit them.
#1358 to #1357 - alltimetens
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(09/10/2013) [-]
I've seen fights. On the streets, nobody gets credit for suing. If you lose, the least you could do is swallow your pride and take your loss like a man.
#1359 to #1358 - spankyy
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(09/10/2013) [-]
I'm talking someone just getting punched in the face. Personally, I've always liked the idea of settling things with a friendly fist fight. If you absolutely must come to blows, the first one to yield or go down for more than a couple seconds loses the fight. Then they just go about their lives and accept they lost the fight. The other guy goes about his day knowing he won. It's not a perfect way to do it, and a lot of times people take it too far, but it could be somewhat civil, if people would approach it in such a way.
#363 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
I love that you get thumbs for being against America. It's almost like it's the "cool" thing to do.
1. You can say whatever you want whenever you want wherever you want in America. The only consequences for this come from people taking matters into their own hands such as calling a black person "******" and being beaten/killed as a result and so we purposefully censor ourselves.
2. You're wrong.
3. Europe is bloodier than America despite age. Using age as reasoning for why you've been in more conflicts is only getting at half the problem.
4. While it's true that a world war implies the entire world, we stepped in to help you. We would have been dragged in eventually, yes, but we didn't wait for that to happen. We came in to aid you. Not because we wanted to fight. Not because we hated Germany. We came to help you and the rest of Europe.
5. The cold war: Hitler was killing millions. Russia was not.
#482 to #363 - penguinthegreat
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Europe isnt bloodier than America because we dont have the biggest ******* army on the planet

you didnt step in *******, you were attacked by Japan

Russia was killing milions through its horrible communist system
#509 to #363 - spelliusthemad
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(09/09/2013) [-]
euh, dude. 4. we came in to aid you, werent dragged in? -.- are you kidding me? America just waited to get rich from our war caus they were selling weapons and all. look at the war timeline. Americans only came into the war in 1944, the war started in 1938 and ended in 1945. So lets do the math here. from 38 to 44 is .... hmmm 6 no? and yea from 44 to 45 is 1 so that means that the americans took 6 YEARS to come and join the fight. Don't say stupid ********** things like that ffs. The americans only joined the fight caus they started to fear the germans could win, that would mean a great threat to america so they decided to step in to protect themselves. Don't think you can say stuff like that without thinking dude. srsly. do some research, its not that hard to do. Its what the internet was created for in the first place.
#1360 to #509 - alltimetens
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(09/11/2013) [-]
Hitler wanted world domination. And if you haven't noticed, America is part of the world. Furthermore, the only reason Hitler was powerful enough to be a huge threat was because Britain and France did not act quickly enough.
#1365 to #1360 - spelliusthemad
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(09/11/2013) [-]
yes, france and britain didnt join in fast enough, but they atleast DID join. America waited 6 YEARS as i said in my previous comment. btw, do you even know why france and britain didnt want to go to war? probably not so let me explain: you know something called WWI? well britain and france didnt want there to be a WWII so they tried everything to make sure that wouldnt happen again but they failed caus the germans were just too angry about every punishment and humiliation they got from WWI (wich they didnt even start). So yea, they did NOT act late, they just didnt want a war so they werent going on the offensive etc. they were acting rlly fast, but only political and stuff like that. Again as I said before, use the internet to search things once in a while, it could help you
#1379 to #1365 - alltimetens
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Yes, the UK and France just let millions die.
#1364 to #1360 - spelliusthemad
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(09/11/2013) [-]
something tells me you didnt read or understood what i wrote. "and if you haven't noticed, America is part of the world" -.- now how is this anny different from what i wrote? pls explain me how your mind works.
#504 to #363 - Mutador
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(09/09/2013) [-]
I'm not against America, not one bit. Not even a byte ( Computer humor). I just don't like hearing "America is the greatest country in the world". There's no such thing as "the greatest country" because all countries are f'd up, some more than others, but there will always be something negative about a country. I live in Finland, and it's a pretty good country, but sometimes I just can't understand how this place is still in one piece.
#511 to #504 - spelliusthemad
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(09/09/2013) [-]
well, finland is one of the few countrys that are doing great as far as I know. although ive never been there
#528 to #511 - Mutador
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Things are pretty bad in the town where I live, mainly because the main Nokia factory closed down, the town used to get a load of money from Nokia via taxes, and it got used to living large, now ist full of un-empleyed people. Closing the Nokia factory also got other factories to move out; and it all happed just about the town was about to finish their building their brand new huge town hall.
#530 to #528 - spelliusthemad
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(09/09/2013) [-]
thats awfull to hear man. sorry for you and your town.
#450 to #363 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
2. You're wrong. ignorant retard
#1167 to #109 - uvqdkh
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(09/09/2013) [-]
For the most part I agree with you. However I do want to address #1. In America, you CAN say ****** (or any other offensive word) anywhere you want without legal consequences. But just because there are no legal consequences doesn't mean people won't get pissed. That's the true reason people don't do it. We never guaranteed people the right to say whatever they wanted and their be no social consequences; just the right to say what you want without legal ones.
#314 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
i was just about to say all of this and guessed i would be thumbed down severely...

But here we are, someone beat me to it and is at the top of the comments list. Sometimes people are not as bad as i originally guess.

Congrats Mutador!!
#1113 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
didnt france bomb the **** out of libya like a year or two ago?
#261 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
In addition, USA actually did not provide that much help as they think. Maybe supplies yea, but the amount of people that came to help was not really large.

America is also in financial problems like most of Europe. You should also take into account that it actually is not the whole Europe, only certain countries. We're doing fine here in Finland despite the Euro crisis.

I understand that everyone thinks that their own country simply rules, so Americans are not really qualified to judge themselves. An objective viewpoint requires that there are no emotions or whatsoever involved. The OP makes it seem like we should be thankful to USA, but I don't see anything to be thankful about. I really don't like how America acts like every war is their business, and they should stop it (while they make the situation worse). And no, most European countries don't take part in the war.

tl;dr: America is a country. Europe is not. EU is not a country either. Every country stands on it's own.
#1148 to #261 - alltimetens
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Without supplies there is no point in having men out there. Might as well send cavemen with sticks and stones to go out there. Plus, it took a ******* of effort on our part, seeing how the battlefront was thousands of miles away. If America was just a couple of hundred miles away, then yeah, we would have definitely sent more men and more supplies. We did what we could.
#1097 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
This ****! This this huge pile of "butthurt" and "debate" is the only reason I come to the Internet. Your probably thinking well that's stupid but stop and consider this. Before you read this post and then some pretty good comments were you aware of the topics brought up? After that did you take the time to research them? I'm not ******* talking about peer reviewed ****! Just a brief article outlining the main points. If I had a discussion like this with friends I wold have no friends but still be surrounded by ******* ignorant fags!
#151 to #109 - anon
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(09/09/2013) [-]
(Too lazy to sign in) i don't feel like explaining why your fourth reason is wrong, but it's completely wrong....just letting you know
#991 to #109 - westonbeast ONLINE
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Technically, you CAN say ****** on T.V. without any LAW consequences. It's just not socially acceptable to say it so you would be shunned and ridiculed.
#125 to #109 - elaxx
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Oh, and otherwise I agree with the said above.
#976 to #109 - harryscene
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(09/09/2013) [-]
They SAID ****** on TV already. =_=
#113 to #109 - herpaderpasaur
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(09/09/2013) [-]
just in reply to the first one it's not that the government won't allow people to say ****** on tv, you won't go to jail for it, we don't let it happen because people would be offended and then will stop watching and then the programmer will lose ad money, we can legally say whatever we want but they networks put in regulations to protect themselves    
<you don't see him getting hauled off to prison and shot
just in reply to the first one it's not that the government won't allow people to say ****** on tv, you won't go to jail for it, we don't let it happen because people would be offended and then will stop watching and then the programmer will lose ad money, we can legally say whatever we want but they networks put in regulations to protect themselves
<you don't see him getting hauled off to prison and shot
#910 to #109 - adu ONLINE
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(09/09/2013) [-]
You make mostly good points, except for the first one.
You see, nothing is stopping you from saying "******" on television, except for the privately owned broadcasting companies that is. There's not much money to be made in racism, so obviously most television and radio companies shy away from it whenever possible. It has nothing to do with restrictions of the government or society itself. In fact, there are laws in place that protect the right to call people ******* and spics and chinks or whatever offensive words people can think of.
#967 to #109 - roflsaucer
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Not that I entirely agree with the post, but I do think you missed some things.

For the first one, what you can and cannot say on TV is regulated by the FCC, which is a part of the bureaucracy, something that the main branches of government (Executive, legislative, judicial) have very little control over.

For the third and fourth one, while a longer history will obviously result in you having more wars, the fact that the two largest and bloodiest wars ( WWI & WWII ) started in Europe is an undeniable fact. America gets stuck with a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" situation with wars. For instance, the Syria conflict going on right now. No one wants to go in, including the citizens of most countries. However, Assad just launched chemical weapons against his own citizens. So something probably SHOULD be done, right? Well, if we go in America will get the whole "World police blah blah stop messing with other countries blah blah.", but if we don't "America, the hell, you just sat by and let civilians die."

While America certainly isn't the best country or the most perfect, it's definitely incredibly important ESPECIALLY on a global scale.

Disregarding America as **** is as stupid as thinking it's the best country there is.
#633 to #109 - koolmoedee
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South Park - Wheel of Fortune - Naggers

For the freedom of speech comment, pretty sure I've seen it once or twice
#526 to #109 - roykynx
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1)... you can... it's considered an offensive term and is bleeped out, yet, it's easy to find out what the word is through context.

2) you just said Europe.. is older ... than North America. You mean, england, is a more ancient civilization and therefore has more history.

3) you're just playing with words
#622 to #109 - PanicAttack
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Freedom of speech does not mean freedom from consequences and it shouldn't be. So being an asshole and pretending it's just expression of one's freedom of speech won't stop one from getting punched in the face for talking like that.
#748 to #109 - greensoul
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I stopped reading at "Europe is a lot older than America" implying that this planet created and gave life to an entire continent as soon as it was "discovered" by europeans...
#813 to #748 - Mutador
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*sigh* I'm talking about written history, I'm sure Native Americans have had some gory bloodshed in their past, but this is about USA, not Canada, Mexico, or the natives of the past..

I should have used "USA" instead of America, but I figured since the original post was about USA against Europe it was understood what I meant.
#549 to #109 - anon
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You did not address why America has some weird responsibility to fix other countries problems.
#135 to #109 - spankyy
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Not a defense, but #3. We've had something like 17 years peace total in our 237 year history of being an independent nation.
#316 - hargleblarg
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I'm sorry, I tried to accept this but...If you can't even get your facts right...just wow.

Britain invaded the Falklands in the 1980s did it? Despite the fact we already OWNED those islands, and it was Aregentina that invaded the islands instead? We went in the defend our people, our territory, yet WE'RE the invaders? There weren't even native people on those goddamn islands before we, England, claimed them. Argentina tried to take them, thinking we wouldn't travel across the world to protect them. Look what happened to them.

Also, you providing the majority of aid to rebuild countries after WW2 IS true. What you failed to mention is the fact you charged us for that aid. It's not aid, it's a loan, don't sugar-coat **** like that.

America experienced Pearl Harbour, which is a tragedy and a shame for all those who lost their lives. However, all of Europe experienced a waking hell, enduring bombs, invasions, bullets, grenades, homes being burned to ash, families being torn apart, not just soldiers, civilians. Europe suffered so heavily in a war that was literally on their doorsteps. America fought overseas, your homes, your people, were safe.

I'm not diminishing America or its efforts, without them the Allies would have either lost, or suffered so much more during WW2. You don't HAVE to get involved in any war you don't want to, we never force you to do anything. The Cold War between the USA and USSR was just a "my dick is bigger than yours" contest, fighting about ideals more than anything else.

America isn't called in to help with a crisis, America takes that up on its own, we don't force you

I actually have a great deal of respect for Americans, because while there are idiots, as there are in ANY country, you're honest about it. You like being American, it makes you proud. Yet, according to this post, we Europeans can't be proud of OUR countries or history or else we're just assholes.

TL;DR OP is a ******* idiot and makes all Americans look bad.
#320 to #316 - tdogmeds
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A loan is still aid.
#322 to #320 - hargleblarg
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No, aid is giving with no intention on repayment. Aid is help. You don't help a homeless man by saying "here's £50, I expect you to pay that back to me in three months".
#1159 to #316 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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You know, you're proving the point OP is trying to make. If you make an American joke, everyone laughs. But this post causes so much uproar, it's unbelievable. Also, countries in Europe have indeed said that they identify America as the "international police" and it's "their responsibility" (such as France).

TLDR; you're being very hypocritical and one sided, take the dick out of your 'arse' and learn to accept a joke without being a widespread cunt.
#1187 to #1159 - hargleblarg
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1) It's not a joke if it's an all out bitching rant, jokes I can abide by, but full-blown insults?
2) The facts OP used aren't even true, and the Falklands "fact" is just insulting.
3) How am I being hypocritical? Am I my country's government? Am I the full embodiment of my country and its people? **** no, so stop generalising.
4) Did you even read what I said? At no point did I insult Americans, I simply corrected what OP used as "facts"
#1326 to #1187 - nirvanafannick
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I really wish more people went by what you said in this comment. Unfortunately, the storm rages on
I really wish more people went by what you said in this comment. Unfortunately, the storm rages on
#1211 to #1187 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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You're an arrogant piece of work. Go back to your life of lies and stop feeding ignorance. Just because OP may have gotten some of his facts wrong doesn't mean the over all message is wrong. I could go defend my country (US) and rage out at other American jokes, but I don't because I appreciate freedom of speech. But, that doesn't mean I can't single out single minded people like you because that is also my right of freedom of speech.
#1272 to #1211 - hargleblarg
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Oh please, this post isn't meant as a joke. Where's the punchline, where's the humour? It's just a giant insult to Europeans, backed up by faulty facts. Make a joke about England by all means, I don't care. Insult England, and you can **** off.

I said I have great respect for Americans (which you would have seen had you bothered to read my comment), however for you, I have none. You're an idiot looking for a fight, so go fight somewhere else.
#1292 to #1272 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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It's a reference to a ******* TV show meant to ******* make jokes, are you dumb or just ignorant?
#1316 to #1292 - hargleblarg
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Where's the joke? What am I meant to be laughing at here? I don't see anything remotely funny about this post, so please enlighten me.

Is it because it shows a scene from Family Guy? Does this mean I could theoretically make a post using panels from The Simpsons where all I (essentially) say is "Death to America"? Does the use of the cartoon make it humourous? Please teach me, oh great lord of comedy. Teach me how to be an ignorant, intolerant whiny bitch liek yourself so that I may, too, laugh at this post.
#722 to #316 - tradith **User deleted account**
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Even thou we've never been called in to help out with relief efforts, the reason we still decide to come in and help is because if we don't people then try to say how we don't give a **** about anyone but ourselves and aren't willing to help the needy. So either way we get ******.
#1133 to #316 - mrblueftw ONLINE
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it was making fun of family guy. did you expect a rendition of wikipedia?
#1192 to #1133 - hargleblarg
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I expect some level of intelligence and knowledge. To say England invaded the Falklands? That's the equivilent of saying America bombed Pearl Harbour.
#338 to #316 - acerose
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The loans after WW2 and the fact that the US is the world's largest supplier of foreign aid are completely separate things.

The US DOES give more money to other countries than any other country on Earth, and including Germany who is practically supporting the entire EU with theirs.

We're basically idiots for it because we're running a huge deficit and we're deep in debt, but we continue to shell out money to other countries despite it accelerating our tailspin with no hope of mitigating it.
#462 to #338 - mcdonaldscupinc
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You cant say that USA gives most money, you have to connect it to GDP and then USA is faaaar down on the list, 21st place even.
#1079 to #462 - anon
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^

This, same with the statistics about refugees. Amount of natives split on refugees is the way to go.
#344 to #338 - hargleblarg
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Seems every country is doing that. England shells out money for foreign aid despite our own debts.
#349 to #344 - acerose
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Everyone owes everyone money, but we can't just dismiss the debts because ???
#353 to #349 - hargleblarg
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Because that would be common sense.
"The world is going into economic spiral! Hey there struggling countries, remember those debts you owe me? Don't pay them, keep the money so you can recover."
#930 to #316 - tehinternetzguy
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My grandfather and grandmother, and actually, the whole family (it was real freaking large they both had a farm and each 8 brothers and sisters btw they're about 80 now) suffered and constantly ran away from the italian and german forces for years... it was horrible with no food, bombs dropping from the sky rushing cities, killing hundreds of people and barely any shelter..... tho everything got a bit better when americans dropped some chocolates from the helicopter and everything was fine
#977 to #316 - kanikami
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I want to correct what you said about Europe probably losing if it wasn't for the US.
By the time The Allies invaded Normandy, the situation on the eastern front had already turned in the Soviets' favor.
Even if the US hadn't helped the allies win in Europe, it would eventually have been won by the Soviets anyway.
#1325 to #977 - nirvanafannick
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My point whenever people make an argument like this is that Japan was still a major force, and would have caused the USSR massive difficulties once Japan conquered the east asian nations. Americans like to say they saved the day in Europe, when really they weren't completely needed. Japan would have become a massive force after conquering the east asian nations, so the USSR would have been surrounded had the US not intervened in Japan's conquest. I do agree with you, the Soviets and the rest of the allies could have handled it in Europe without the US
#1082 to #977 - hargleblarg
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True, but we would have suffered a hell of a lot more had the Americans not jumped in to assist.
#1284 to #316 - toncheky
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Smart people on FJ!
#1285 to #1284 - hargleblarg
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Hate to break it to you but...
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#1287 to #1285 - toncheky
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#1066 to #316 - witislimited ONLINE
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&quot;&quot;my dick is bigger then yours&quot; contest&quot;
""my dick is bigger then yours" contest"
#25 - spaceking
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Rage storm incoming
Rage storm incoming
#43 to #25 - tiaatortilla
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#32 - luncheonlad
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From the UK   
Not even mad.
From the UK
Not even mad.
#1055 to #32 - dross
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Anyone who puts 'Britain invading the Falklands in the 1980's' just gets a smile and a next from me.

********* bait all over.
#22 - dragoonsorcerer
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Anyone else read this in Quagmire's voice? Giggity
#23 to #22 - littlenish [OP]
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No. Nobody read this in Quagmire's voice.
#31 to #23 - adunsaveme
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I did. I read it in Quagmire's voice.
Prick.
#994 to #22 - samsquanch
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i read it in americas voice
#373 to #22 - jugularj ONLINE
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I did and didn't even realize I was doing it till I read your comment...
I did and didn't even realize I was doing it till I read your comment...
#263 - BrayBoy
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Pretty Ironic how Its referring to Europeans as ignorant while its referring to us all as one nation.
#899 to #263 - nitsuan
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Not that I agree with everything said, but Europe as a whole is who he is talking to, so instead of naming every individual nation he did the smart thing.
#1007 to #899 - BrayBoy
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Thats not the smart thing to do, by talking to Europe as a whole its implying that Europe works as a whole therefore is responsible for the actions of any European county which is not how it works
#1295 to #1007 - nitsuan
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umm no, what he is saying is that European's are known for bagging on American's all the time, which they are. It would be stupid if he flat out went around naming every single country instead of saying Europe; it's a waste of time. Maybe he should have cited specific examples, but for the most part it works seeing as most Europeans do talk down to Americans a lot. Also, I just read the whole thing again. He NEVER called Europe a country. He mentioned continent, EU, and then said "Ya, OUR country" which was meaning the US.
#1297 to #1295 - BrayBoy
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I never said he called Europe a country, and I'm really not arsed to get into this. I was right about him referring to us as one and that being wrong. I'm not calling him an ass or anything I hate this kind of **** judging people by country is ridiculous.(from either side of the arguments) Hope I did'nt offend you or anything, if I did I'm sorry.
#1306 to #1297 - nitsuan
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I'm not offended, no worries there. I think I may see what you are coming at now, though. In any case we can both agree that the whole situation is ridiculous.
#987 to #263 - anon
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it referred to Europe as several nations many times...
#1296 to #987 - anon
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"continent" and "EU" do not count as "nation" or "country"
#1008 to #987 - BrayBoy
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Fair ***** to you
#129 - whothefkisanon
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I have to agree to some extent with this post, but before anyone thinks that it is so bad, instead of learning proper history, let me explain a bit. (It's probably better to take it point by point)

Yes, America funded Western Europe to rebuild and get a decent economy working again, but most of the money were loans, which means that they got most of their money back. Yes, they protected us form communism (and did a pretty damn good job). I think everybody in Europe should be grateful for that.
However, this is the past and cannont be an argument for everything else America does in Europe. I spoke to the American embassador in Luxembourg in a meeting in my school, and for every ******* point he was asked about why there are so many agreements between Europe concerning privacy (this was before Snowden, so majorely SWIFT, anti-terrorism/privacy etc.), he came back to this one point remembering us what he (although he didn't do anything) did for Europe after WW2, avoiding the initial questions completely. WTF?

Nobel Peace Prize: The EU probably got it because it is to prevent war and make all european countries economically depended on each other (which helps the first cause). On a side note, Obama also got a Nobel Peace prize, yet still hasn't brought back the troups, has drone strikes, the NSA, and now even Syria.

Culture: American culture is based off Europe's, besides, America started developing a culture after their civil war, and until the last century still made a difference between skincolors, which none of the eu. countries then anymore. Furthermore, look at Detroit and similar, can't find that in most of the advanced EU countries.

Hooligans, racism, crime: LOL, can't see much better conditions in the USA.

Even in Germany, you can speak out as a Nazi, can't see how Europe is has less rights than the US, in contrary.

Music, culture: Sure, like most of the music in the 50's and 60's that bore our music nowadays didn't come from the UK...

cont...
#379 to #129 - useroftheLOLZ
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A large majority of the loans were free bees, and what loans that were actually collected, were at largely reduced rates.

EU doesn't prevent war at all, if anything, they are the either the root or cause of wars, or support the nation starting the war. Two glaring obvious ones are WW1 and 2, getting more obscure is Korea and Vietnam. Technically, all the troops are out of the middle east, however, there are still military personnel manning the bases there. There hasn't been any recent drone strikes either. EU has it's own NSA, and it's considerably worse, as they have the power to arrest you without a warrant, and Syria is total ********

The only reason why race was so big in America, and not in EU, is because the vast, almost 99.9 percent of the population, up until recently, has been Caucasian. You also seem to forget to mention that EU had a number of slaves, and also was a major player in the slaving industry.

But for the most part, it's concentrated to a few states, it's practically wide spread in EU

BULL ******* ****, I have been to Germany, I have seen personally, what happens to any foolish ******, who so happens to openly declare that they are a Nazi. And in EU, your rights are not guaranteed. And lets see, you can't insult sand ******* in the UK, or anywhere, cant say you're a Nazi, can't post guns or knives on facebook without being arrested, can't be conservative or libertarian without being crucified, can't mention guns without being accused of shooting up a school, need I go on?

Any you know nothing about musical theory, or how the vast majority of music, today, is based off of music from the 50's, 60's, and 70's, maybe even a little of the 80's
#386 to #379 - whothefkisanon
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I don't know if you're trolling or have no idea of anything. I basically live in Germany (right next to it actually), and you can say whatever you want. What you can't do is make false claims and say something bad about other people (which is a common law in almost any countries... I don't see how that is related to only Germany). Same goes for weapons. If you have a permit, you can post whatever the **** you want.

Last but not least, the EU is a political union (European Union), which was founded in the 90's. Please inform yourself before claiming something...
#404 to #386 - useroftheLOLZ
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I have been deployed to Germany, there was a racist mother ****** in my deployed unit, who went to Germany because he wanted to see the homeland of papa Hans, the WW2 Nazi bastard, long story short because this was what I briefed upon, the ****** goes through out the town our base was stationed next to, starts talking to the locals about how great Hitler was, and how Nazism is ******* awesome, and **** the Jews. People report him, the police come, arrest his ass, and got sent to jail, waiting to be charged, the only reason why he isn't in Germany right now, rotting in a jail cell, is because the Air force took him, charged him for committing international crimes, sent him home, dishonorably discharged him, and right now, he is spending the next 15 years, in jail.

Other than that, I wasn't referring to Germany and weapons, in the UK, France, and a few other nations, but mostly in the UK, if you so dare as to post on facebook, a knife or some **** like that, your ass will be in the slammer, so quick, you won't know what the **** happened.

As for the European Union, yes it is a political union, that acts like the USA when it comes to federal laws, each country has their own laws, however EU has their own international laws that affect every country a part of it. So they can decide that all weapons must be removed, or some **** like that, and there is nothing stopping them, where as in America, there is the bill of rights, and so on, preventing such actions from taking place
#459 to #404 - bobebob
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Posted my knife collection on Facebook about a month ago, still waiting for the police to lock me up....
I live in the UK....
#535 to #459 - whothefkisanon
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Same for me in Luxembourg, except that I also posted some illegal ones (Butterfly & sharpened machete)
#446 to #404 - whothefkisanon
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Sad to hear about that guy, but honestly, you don't go to jail only for talking some NS ********. There's the NPD (basically the new NS party) which is pretty obvious about it, and the newly founded party AfD is not far off from it.

I see your point regarding weapons, that's mostly because of teenagers and **** like that (actually had it in the school next to ours on our campus) when some strange ******* start posting gun pictures and threats to schools or fellow students. However, I have never seen any problem regarding a post of somebody with his legally owned weapon in safe use (and all the necessary precautions). Although not in use, our family also possesses some guns, which never had been a problem. However, because guns and weaopns in Europe are generally seen as useless and overkill for protection, society might disregard of such facebook posts, which indeed leads to more reports based on such posts.

Concerning the EU; the European parliament and court of justice can vote laws that apply all over European countries in the EU, however national governments can oppose these laws and, apart on a political level, nothing can be done to change that (we've had that many times already). And I was stating the EU previously because you didn't seem to understand that the EU came from a few agreements between the major players in Europe to avoid another war after WW2.
#984 to #379 - vigilum
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EU is preventing wars in Europa.
And The European Union was formed after WW2. In fact it wasn't formed until ******* 1993 (as the EU, anyway. It has roots in ECSC which was formed in 1951)
Who the hell taught you history?
#484 to #129 - meganinja ONLINE
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For you first point, under the Marshall plan, funds to rebuild the Allies were given away for free, such as to UK and France. US gave loans to Germany, because well, Germany started the war so they shouldn't get away with it for free, but deserved to have their economy rebuilt.
#139 to #129 - whothefkisanon
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America isn't imperialistic like the UK (heck if the UK weren't, the US wouldn't be what it is today. I don't know if that's good or bad though...), but they basically control the entire oil market by having its currency fixed to US dollars; any countries wanting to change that have been invaded...

Heck yes, we also want to make you know how we feel about the US, especially when your voting outcomes have a big impact on the rest of the world, and with things like lobbying and the NSA recently, I think the amount of American involvement in foreign governments is far greater and of bigger impact than some eurofags trying to tell the Americans how they think a good country should be run.

We don't expect the US to handle every crisis. If there is a problem, mostly American troops are being sent because America has the strongest army in NATO and UN, however especially EU countries pay a lot of money to support them, mostly without a choice for their citizens to decide if that's really necessary.

Kinda the same applies for the refugees (I'd also like to have a precise definition, latinos are not really refugees as such...). Foregin aid in what? Military oppression (would also like to have a definition there).

Religion in Europe... Yes we are becoming less religious and Islam is becoming stronger here. I personnally don't have a problem with that. Religious extremism is popular everywhere. America isn't any better. And critizing Europe for loosing religious faith and then blaming Europe for the wars is really hypocritical... (America is comparable to ancient Rome considering war time vs. peace time). Most of the wars also were because of religious reasons...

The EU is less collapsing than the US, and the initial cause for the crisis in the EU was after all the debt EU located banks got from American banks through having bought their debts before, which they then didn't pay back. Get some knowledge.

Lobbying in the US, corruption in the EU. Same thing to me.
#496 - kyuubey
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INB4 people are actually going to take a poorly edited family guy scene with tons of misinformation posted on a site meant for jokes and satire as a serious political commentary.
INB4 people are actually going to take a poorly edited family guy scene with tons of misinformation posted on a site meant for jokes and satire as a serious political commentary.
#682 to #496 - mrchubs
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People get offended.
#934 to #496 - anon
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This is way too long to be considered just a joke.
#1077 to #496 - kolsinder
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This obviously wasn't intended to be amusing in any regard. Of course people are going to rip something as ****** as this to shreds.
#1 - austoboyko
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Are you serious? as a canadian, OP you can go **** yourself.
#27 to #1 - robertelee
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**robertelee rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Do your worse **
if france didnt bitch up so hard core all of you would still be speaking french so shove it up your ass
#267 to #27 - trollmobile ONLINE
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they still speak french...
#303 to #267 - robertelee
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**robertelee rolled a random image posted in comment #54 at Jail **
i know a big populous of canada speak french
but i was implying that you all would speak french
#310 to #303 - trollmobile ONLINE
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what's so bad about speaking french?
#36 to #1 - blucheese ONLINE
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#48 to #1 - psykobear
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How long has Canada been in Europe?
#104 to #48 - Crusader
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Canada is part of the British Commonwealth if I remember correctly.
The Queen is still our head of state.
#388 to #104 - psykobear
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This content, however, was aimed at Europe, not Canada, and this guy is taking offense to something not directed at him or his country.
#118 to #104 - Ruspanic
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That doesn't make it a European country.
#718 to #1 - ningyoaijin
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People really don't like Canadians. LOL
#777 to #1 - sissywoo
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Someone got kicked out of Tim Hortons earlier today....
#85 to #1 - LtMcG ONLINE
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The discussion is between Europe and the United States. Why
The discussion is between Europe and the United States. Why
#28 to #1 - scotlandhome
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Canadians tend to be more pretentious as most Americans. For those of you who intend to thumb me down, this is in my own experiences with Canadians.
Canadians tend to be more pretentious as most Americans. For those of you who intend to thumb me down, this is in my own experiences with Canadians.
#143 to #28 - imafjer
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The most racist and bigoted person i have ever met was canadian.
#150 to #1 - venomthc
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(09/09/2013) [-]
>Canada
>Europe
Choose one *****
#887 to #1 - theygotgrapedrink
Reply +5
(09/09/2013) [-]
shut up meg
#44 to #1 - lech
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(09/09/2013) [-]
You're not Canadian. There's not a single apology or "eh" in that whole comment.
#3 to #1 - littlenish [OP]
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(09/08/2013) [-]
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#808 to #3 - thelulsmaster
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(09/09/2013) [-]
Trayvon? Is that you?
#793 to #3 - metalmind
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#495 - chaosnazo
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(09/09/2013) [-]
The problem with this post is that it uses the “shotgun” (or, less flatteringly, the “Gish Gallop”) approach: if you can’t make a single strong claim without being utterly demolished, make a couple dozen weak ones and hope nobody’s willing to tackle them all at once.