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#93 - Dude, me too! Ingram is ******* awesome, I really wish I could…  [+] (3 replies) 11/23/2015 on Piper Liked That 0
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#94 - heartlessrobot (11/23/2015) [-]
I know, she's hot as fuck.
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#95 - Endofzeeworld (11/23/2015) [-]
Not only that, but she's got a 10/10 personality.
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#96 - heartlessrobot (11/23/2015) [-]
Yeah
#35 - Lost it at "Socialist Agenda" Jesus, /pol/, try…  [+] (2 replies) 11/23/2015 on Research for yourself:... -5
#43 - anon (11/23/2015) [-]
lost it at "Jesus, /pol/..."
try a little harder
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#44 - Endofzeeworld (11/23/2015) [-]
touche
#16 - "War isn't hell. War is war, and hell is hell. An…  [+] (1 reply) 11/20/2015 on (untitled) +12
#24 - donbionicle (11/20/2015) [-]
For those who're not in the know.
#89 - I think there is a right way to do this. I think refugee camps…  [+] (2 replies) 11/20/2015 on A simple question: 0
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#105 - yunoavailable (11/20/2015) [-]
taht option was thrown out the window after WWII because of japanese camps in the USA, labor camps in russia and concentration camps. there is too much similarity for the public to accept it
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#90 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
But there are laws that prevent that.

According to UN and EU codes that all the countries signed in the 50's those people have the same rights as we do.

Right to choose their religion, right of wellfare and medical care, right to walk around where they want etc. sadly theiy dont see we have the right to choose our religion to
Just keeping them in in well fenced area's is not allowed.
We need to keep em out and ensure they can hide from the war in their own region (their own region includes Saudi Arabia).
I'd be happy to give lebanon some money to support it, but the part that they no longer come here and we keep em out is vital.
#87 - There is a difference (not often, but sometimes) between what …  [+] (9 replies) 11/20/2015 on A simple question: +4
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#88 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
Yes, just like there is a difference between being kind and being stupid.

Giving to charity, kind
Flooding your continent with people from a culture where its illegal to stop believing in a certain religion.
A religion that allows them to mary girls at the age of 12. Ensures people see woman as objects, a religion that tries to force its own ways on other people.
You know, islam.

This is not Europe's war. Europe should not have to fix all their problems.
#99 - pseudom (11/20/2015) [-]
See, but their children will abandon the faith as soon as they start going to public schools, assuming the schools don't reserve a special time for prayer.
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#100 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
and why is that a bad thing?
#101 - pseudom (11/20/2015) [-]
Reserving time for prayer? It encourages people to convert to Islam. Once the schools start teaching something then it begins a part of our culture. Also, public schools are government funded. Separation of church and state shouldn't allow religion to be acknowledged in schools.
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#104 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
I mean children abandon their faith when they want to.

Why is that a bad thing.
Me and my sister both got baptised, a few years later neither of us believed in god. A few years after that my sister picked up a bible and she's a christian again.
#242 - pseudom (11/20/2015) [-]
It's not, my point was they'll assimilate. It's a good thing
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#89 - Endofzeeworld (11/20/2015) [-]
I think there is a right way to do this. I think refugee camps with closed fences that are well supplied could make this situation better. It would require a massive logistical effort, but it seems like it could be better than letting them roam.
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#105 - yunoavailable (11/20/2015) [-]
taht option was thrown out the window after WWII because of japanese camps in the USA, labor camps in russia and concentration camps. there is too much similarity for the public to accept it
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#90 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
But there are laws that prevent that.

According to UN and EU codes that all the countries signed in the 50's those people have the same rights as we do.

Right to choose their religion, right of wellfare and medical care, right to walk around where they want etc. sadly theiy dont see we have the right to choose our religion to
Just keeping them in in well fenced area's is not allowed.
We need to keep em out and ensure they can hide from the war in their own region (their own region includes Saudi Arabia).
I'd be happy to give lebanon some money to support it, but the part that they no longer come here and we keep em out is vital.
#84 - There is no difference between what is right and what is necessary.  [+] (11 replies) 11/20/2015 on A simple question: +4
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#86 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
Yes there is.
Is it right or wrong to cross the street on a red light? Its wrong.
But what if i have a job interview and i can see there is not a singel car thats coming?
It would be rational to cross the street on a red light, but the law still counts and its still wrong.

NEEDING food doesn't allow you to steal it.
People in africa NEED food, doesn't allow you to steal food and fedex it to them.
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#87 - Endofzeeworld (11/20/2015) [-]
There is a difference (not often, but sometimes) between what is morally or ethically right and what is legally right.
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#88 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
Yes, just like there is a difference between being kind and being stupid.

Giving to charity, kind
Flooding your continent with people from a culture where its illegal to stop believing in a certain religion.
A religion that allows them to mary girls at the age of 12. Ensures people see woman as objects, a religion that tries to force its own ways on other people.
You know, islam.

This is not Europe's war. Europe should not have to fix all their problems.
#99 - pseudom (11/20/2015) [-]
See, but their children will abandon the faith as soon as they start going to public schools, assuming the schools don't reserve a special time for prayer.
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#100 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
and why is that a bad thing?
#101 - pseudom (11/20/2015) [-]
Reserving time for prayer? It encourages people to convert to Islam. Once the schools start teaching something then it begins a part of our culture. Also, public schools are government funded. Separation of church and state shouldn't allow religion to be acknowledged in schools.
User avatar
#104 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
I mean children abandon their faith when they want to.

Why is that a bad thing.
Me and my sister both got baptised, a few years later neither of us believed in god. A few years after that my sister picked up a bible and she's a christian again.
#242 - pseudom (11/20/2015) [-]
It's not, my point was they'll assimilate. It's a good thing
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#89 - Endofzeeworld (11/20/2015) [-]
I think there is a right way to do this. I think refugee camps with closed fences that are well supplied could make this situation better. It would require a massive logistical effort, but it seems like it could be better than letting them roam.
User avatar
#105 - yunoavailable (11/20/2015) [-]
taht option was thrown out the window after WWII because of japanese camps in the USA, labor camps in russia and concentration camps. there is too much similarity for the public to accept it
User avatar
#90 - lotengo (11/20/2015) [-]
But there are laws that prevent that.

According to UN and EU codes that all the countries signed in the 50's those people have the same rights as we do.

Right to choose their religion, right of wellfare and medical care, right to walk around where they want etc. sadly theiy dont see we have the right to choose our religion to
Just keeping them in in well fenced area's is not allowed.
We need to keep em out and ensure they can hide from the war in their own region (their own region includes Saudi Arabia).
I'd be happy to give lebanon some money to support it, but the part that they no longer come here and we keep em out is vital.