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#114 - If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't… 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +7
#108 - You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If y…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +5
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
#101 - No, you're stupid for purposely being wrong.  [+] (5 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +7
User avatar #105 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
How the fuck am i purposly wrong? It is not wrong to have an opinion you daft cunt. I simply believe people should not be given citizenship just because they are born in a country
User avatar #108 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If you were to say "2+2=5, in my opinion" you would be wrong and if, when presented evidence that 2+2=4, persisted in your wrong opinion you would be stupid for purposely being wrong.

You are dumb, stupid and arrogant.
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
#99 - Then you're wrong and stupid.  [+] (7 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +6
#100 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So i am wrong and stupid for having a different opinion?

Clab clab clab DD
User avatar #101 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
No, you're stupid for purposely being wrong.
User avatar #105 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
How the fuck am i purposly wrong? It is not wrong to have an opinion you daft cunt. I simply believe people should not be given citizenship just because they are born in a country
User avatar #108 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If you were to say "2+2=5, in my opinion" you would be wrong and if, when presented evidence that 2+2=4, persisted in your wrong opinion you would be stupid for purposely being wrong.

You are dumb, stupid and arrogant.
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
#95 - You can be of the opinion that they shouldn't be considered Am…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +6
User avatar #97 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
However, they are still not considered american in my opinion/ from my point of view, which is what i said in the first place.
User avatar #99 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Then you're wrong and stupid.
#100 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So i am wrong and stupid for having a different opinion?

Clab clab clab DD
User avatar #101 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
No, you're stupid for purposely being wrong.
User avatar #105 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
How the fuck am i purposly wrong? It is not wrong to have an opinion you daft cunt. I simply believe people should not be given citizenship just because they are born in a country
User avatar #108 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If you were to say "2+2=5, in my opinion" you would be wrong and if, when presented evidence that 2+2=4, persisted in your wrong opinion you would be stupid for purposely being wrong.

You are dumb, stupid and arrogant.
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
#87 - There is only one way. If your nationality is American, you're…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +7
User avatar #312 - factual (05/22/2015) [-]
it's a fact
User avatar #104 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
Well, there is ethnicity and culture aswell, if I moved to america and had a kid, that kid wouldn't culturally or ethnicly be american.

Well, maybe it would be american, but america is a meltingpot of people, and kinda abnormal in that regard.
I was born and raised in Denmark, I have lived here all my life - culturally I'm not that different either, I'm almost as danish as can be, but I'm still not "as danish" as others, there are minor differences, one is just that I have dark eyes and hair, but there are probably a couple of cultural differences as well.

I know several muslims too, people who were born and raised in Denmark - and some are "more danish" than others, without ever being really danish.
I think the idea of when you consider someone a nationality or something is very different if you're american vs anywhere else.
#2 - Reddit is a brilliant website.  [+] (14 new replies) 05/22/2015 on I don't know who to believe! 0
User avatar #3 - kevintothemax (05/22/2015) [-]
Your text color is brilliant
Kiss me you fool.
#4 - karvarausku (05/22/2015) [-]
**karvarausku used "*roll picture*"**
**karvarausku rolled image** dats gay..
#5 - dorfdorfdorf (05/22/2015) [-]
User avatar #6 - dorfdorfdorf (05/22/2015) [-]
fuck you, dutchfag
User avatar #7 - dutchfag (05/22/2015) [-]
what?
User avatar #8 - dorfdorfdorf (05/22/2015) [-]
damn straight.
User avatar #9 - dutchfag (05/22/2015) [-]
what?
User avatar #10 - dorfdorfdorf (05/22/2015) [-]
thumbing down this string of comments just a lil while ago? ring any bells?
User avatar #11 - dutchfag (05/22/2015) [-]
Why do you even care? Did i hurt your internet ego?
User avatar #12 - dorfdorfdorf (05/22/2015) [-]
it mildly annoys me that people abuse the system, but no. you didnt hurt me. i just like to call people out on their bullshit.
User avatar #13 - dutchfag (05/22/2015) [-]
"abuse the system"

Sorry thumb police
User avatar #14 - dorfdorfdorf (05/22/2015) [-]
have a good day you cunt
#15 - anonymous (05/22/2015) [-]
Have fun with the salt
User avatar #16 - dorfdorfdorf (05/22/2015) [-]
will do
#76 - A majority of the foreigners coming to Britain assimilate very…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +8
#118 - gisuar (05/22/2015) [-]
*cough*northernireland*cough*

they got their shit together though
User avatar #78 - friendlyanonymous (05/22/2015) [-]
If the people that have ancestry firmly placed in Britain, they are already assimilated. They just have different values.
Besides, you import third world people, you import their third world problems.
#62 - So you're telling me some person saying "I'm offended&quo…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2015 on Amazing quote 0
#63 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
again with eagerly misunderstanding what ive clearly stated...

its not saying "I'm offended" when offended by something stupid (only God knows where you managed to get "stupid" from), it is when saying "I'm offended" when someone is deliberately saying something to offend you. in other words, anti-social behaviour and other people's indifference towards that behaviour.

an no, its not "snowball effect" its more of a scientifically proven cognitive framework where attitudes directly influence behaviour.
#58 - Really? You think everyone was okay with sexism and racism unt…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/22/2015 on Amazing quote +1
#60 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
>Really? You think everyone was okay with sexism and racism until one person said "I'm offended" and that's what got the ball rolling? You can't be serious.
my point was that attitudes of indifference are what fuel oppression and discrimination. im not narrowing it down to one cause.

>Being offended and being oppressed are very far from each other in terms of severity.
being offended whilst others are indifferent to what is being said/done to offend you is interlinked with the more severe oppression. beliefs and attitudes influence behaviour, they do not exist as two separate components that have nothing to do with each other.
User avatar #62 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
So you're telling me some person saying "I'm offended" when offended by something stupid is really trying to stop a snowballing effect that will lead to oppression?
#63 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
again with eagerly misunderstanding what ive clearly stated...

its not saying "I'm offended" when offended by something stupid (only God knows where you managed to get "stupid" from), it is when saying "I'm offended" when someone is deliberately saying something to offend you. in other words, anti-social behaviour and other people's indifference towards that behaviour.

an no, its not "snowball effect" its more of a scientifically proven cognitive framework where attitudes directly influence behaviour.
#53 - If you need to openly exclaim that what was said was offensive…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/22/2015 on Amazing quote +1
#56 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
correction: If you need to openly exclaim that what was said was offensive so that others around you can acknowledge that was offensive, it gives others the opportunity to empathise before they too realise it was offensive.

at one point in history, racism or sexism would have been brushed off as "oh, its nothing really", until someone who was offended by it pointed out why it was offensive and why something needed to be done about it.
User avatar #58 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Really? You think everyone was okay with sexism and racism until one person said "I'm offended" and that's what got the ball rolling? You can't be serious.

Victims of discrimination are oppressed. Sure they might be offended, but their being offended is negligible when looking at the big picture of their oppression. Black slaves weren't saying "You know, all this whipping and all is bad and all, but when he called me nigger, that offended me and that's where I draw the line!". Being offended and being oppressed are very far from each other in terms of severity.
#60 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
>Really? You think everyone was okay with sexism and racism until one person said "I'm offended" and that's what got the ball rolling? You can't be serious.
my point was that attitudes of indifference are what fuel oppression and discrimination. im not narrowing it down to one cause.

>Being offended and being oppressed are very far from each other in terms of severity.
being offended whilst others are indifferent to what is being said/done to offend you is interlinked with the more severe oppression. beliefs and attitudes influence behaviour, they do not exist as two separate components that have nothing to do with each other.
User avatar #62 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
So you're telling me some person saying "I'm offended" when offended by something stupid is really trying to stop a snowballing effect that will lead to oppression?
#63 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
again with eagerly misunderstanding what ive clearly stated...

its not saying "I'm offended" when offended by something stupid (only God knows where you managed to get "stupid" from), it is when saying "I'm offended" when someone is deliberately saying something to offend you. in other words, anti-social behaviour and other people's indifference towards that behaviour.

an no, its not "snowball effect" its more of a scientifically proven cognitive framework where attitudes directly influence behaviour.
#83 - I hope you get better soon. 05/22/2015 on Fix it +1
#53 - Sorry, I don't have the time to read that, can you point me to… 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda -1
#52 - Comment deleted 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda 0
#49 - You did claim that's how it works in America. Look at the comm…  [+] (15 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +24
User avatar #90 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
"If a person is born in america, are they considered an american?"
Not in my opinion (are they/Should they be considered american)

I am talking about the culture, or whatever is left of it. I disagree with the view that anyone can be american, because i disagree with the view that anyone can be european
User avatar #95 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You can be of the opinion that they shouldn't be considered American, but you can't be of the opinion that they aren't American, because they are by fact.
User avatar #97 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
However, they are still not considered american in my opinion/ from my point of view, which is what i said in the first place.
User avatar #99 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Then you're wrong and stupid.
#100 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So i am wrong and stupid for having a different opinion?

Clab clab clab DD
User avatar #101 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
No, you're stupid for purposely being wrong.
User avatar #105 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
How the fuck am i purposly wrong? It is not wrong to have an opinion you daft cunt. I simply believe people should not be given citizenship just because they are born in a country
User avatar #108 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If you were to say "2+2=5, in my opinion" you would be wrong and if, when presented evidence that 2+2=4, persisted in your wrong opinion you would be stupid for purposely being wrong.

You are dumb, stupid and arrogant.
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
User avatar #82 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
... I don't think you two are talking about being american in the same way
User avatar #87 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
There is only one way. If your nationality is American, you're American and no one can argue differently, if not then you're not and no one can argue differently.

You can have an opinion on what makes someone an American and you can have an opinion on what 2+2 is, but the bottom line is both are defined by factual statements.
User avatar #312 - factual (05/22/2015) [-]
it's a fact
User avatar #104 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
Well, there is ethnicity and culture aswell, if I moved to america and had a kid, that kid wouldn't culturally or ethnicly be american.

Well, maybe it would be american, but america is a meltingpot of people, and kinda abnormal in that regard.
I was born and raised in Denmark, I have lived here all my life - culturally I'm not that different either, I'm almost as danish as can be, but I'm still not "as danish" as others, there are minor differences, one is just that I have dark eyes and hair, but there are probably a couple of cultural differences as well.

I know several muslims too, people who were born and raised in Denmark - and some are "more danish" than others, without ever being really danish.
I think the idea of when you consider someone a nationality or something is very different if you're american vs anywhere else.
#47 - Yes, you are wrong. Entirely wrong. How is the fact t…  [+] (17 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +27
User avatar #48 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
Never claimed thats how it works in america

only that i disagree with their politics

Furthermore, america is not the centre of the fucking world. Why would i know its laws?
User avatar #49 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You did claim that's how it works in America. Look at the comment you replied to, it specifically talks about America.

America is not the centre of the world, but it's the centre of this conversation because that is the country brought up that you replied to. If you don't know Americas laws, don't state an opinion talking about American laws.
User avatar #90 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
"If a person is born in america, are they considered an american?"
Not in my opinion (are they/Should they be considered american)

I am talking about the culture, or whatever is left of it. I disagree with the view that anyone can be american, because i disagree with the view that anyone can be european
User avatar #95 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You can be of the opinion that they shouldn't be considered American, but you can't be of the opinion that they aren't American, because they are by fact.
User avatar #97 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
However, they are still not considered american in my opinion/ from my point of view, which is what i said in the first place.
User avatar #99 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Then you're wrong and stupid.
#100 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So i am wrong and stupid for having a different opinion?

Clab clab clab DD
User avatar #101 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
No, you're stupid for purposely being wrong.
User avatar #105 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
How the fuck am i purposly wrong? It is not wrong to have an opinion you daft cunt. I simply believe people should not be given citizenship just because they are born in a country
User avatar #108 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If you were to say "2+2=5, in my opinion" you would be wrong and if, when presented evidence that 2+2=4, persisted in your wrong opinion you would be stupid for purposely being wrong.

You are dumb, stupid and arrogant.
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
User avatar #82 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
... I don't think you two are talking about being american in the same way
User avatar #87 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
There is only one way. If your nationality is American, you're American and no one can argue differently, if not then you're not and no one can argue differently.

You can have an opinion on what makes someone an American and you can have an opinion on what 2+2 is, but the bottom line is both are defined by factual statements.
User avatar #312 - factual (05/22/2015) [-]
it's a fact
User avatar #104 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
Well, there is ethnicity and culture aswell, if I moved to america and had a kid, that kid wouldn't culturally or ethnicly be american.

Well, maybe it would be american, but america is a meltingpot of people, and kinda abnormal in that regard.
I was born and raised in Denmark, I have lived here all my life - culturally I'm not that different either, I'm almost as danish as can be, but I'm still not "as danish" as others, there are minor differences, one is just that I have dark eyes and hair, but there are probably a couple of cultural differences as well.

I know several muslims too, people who were born and raised in Denmark - and some are "more danish" than others, without ever being really danish.
I think the idea of when you consider someone a nationality or something is very different if you're american vs anywhere else.
#45 - Then, simply put, you're wrong.  [+] (19 new replies) 05/22/2015 on asdasdasda +26
User avatar #46 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So, i disagree with the state of a country i have never lived in, and so i am wrong?

Okay
User avatar #47 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Yes, you are wrong. Entirely wrong.

How is the fact that you've never been to America come into this in any way? We're talking about the laws of America.
User avatar #48 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
Never claimed thats how it works in america

only that i disagree with their politics

Furthermore, america is not the centre of the fucking world. Why would i know its laws?
User avatar #49 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You did claim that's how it works in America. Look at the comment you replied to, it specifically talks about America.

America is not the centre of the world, but it's the centre of this conversation because that is the country brought up that you replied to. If you don't know Americas laws, don't state an opinion talking about American laws.
User avatar #90 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
"If a person is born in america, are they considered an american?"
Not in my opinion (are they/Should they be considered american)

I am talking about the culture, or whatever is left of it. I disagree with the view that anyone can be american, because i disagree with the view that anyone can be european
User avatar #95 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You can be of the opinion that they shouldn't be considered American, but you can't be of the opinion that they aren't American, because they are by fact.
User avatar #97 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
However, they are still not considered american in my opinion/ from my point of view, which is what i said in the first place.
User avatar #99 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Then you're wrong and stupid.
#100 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So i am wrong and stupid for having a different opinion?

Clab clab clab DD
User avatar #101 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
No, you're stupid for purposely being wrong.
User avatar #105 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
How the fuck am i purposly wrong? It is not wrong to have an opinion you daft cunt. I simply believe people should not be given citizenship just because they are born in a country
User avatar #108 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If you were to say "2+2=5, in my opinion" you would be wrong and if, when presented evidence that 2+2=4, persisted in your wrong opinion you would be stupid for purposely being wrong.

You are dumb, stupid and arrogant.
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
User avatar #82 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
... I don't think you two are talking about being american in the same way
User avatar #87 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
There is only one way. If your nationality is American, you're American and no one can argue differently, if not then you're not and no one can argue differently.

You can have an opinion on what makes someone an American and you can have an opinion on what 2+2 is, but the bottom line is both are defined by factual statements.
User avatar #312 - factual (05/22/2015) [-]
it's a fact
User avatar #104 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
Well, there is ethnicity and culture aswell, if I moved to america and had a kid, that kid wouldn't culturally or ethnicly be american.

Well, maybe it would be american, but america is a meltingpot of people, and kinda abnormal in that regard.
I was born and raised in Denmark, I have lived here all my life - culturally I'm not that different either, I'm almost as danish as can be, but I'm still not "as danish" as others, there are minor differences, one is just that I have dark eyes and hair, but there are probably a couple of cultural differences as well.

I know several muslims too, people who were born and raised in Denmark - and some are "more danish" than others, without ever being really danish.
I think the idea of when you consider someone a nationality or something is very different if you're american vs anywhere else.
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User avatar #75 - friendlyanonymous (05/22/2015) [-]
This is going to get me some /pol/points but at least she was white and assimilated. It's all a matter of assimilation.
User avatar #76 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
A majority of the foreigners coming to Britain assimilate very well. Sure there are the crazies who don't, but that's just down to statistics. There are plenty of whites who have their ancestry firmly placed in Britain that don't assimilate and want Britain to be a crazy Christian ruled country.
#118 - gisuar (05/22/2015) [-]
*cough*northernireland*cough*

they got their shit together though
User avatar #78 - friendlyanonymous (05/22/2015) [-]
If the people that have ancestry firmly placed in Britain, they are already assimilated. They just have different values.
Besides, you import third world people, you import their third world problems.
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#41 - ygdosst (05/22/2015) [-]
True, but they're equally retarded.
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#51 - anonymous (05/22/2015) [-]
What the fuck are you talking about? Most do, according to Pew research
www.pewforum.org/2013/04/30/the-worlds-muslims-religion-politics-society-overview/
Compare that to the distribution of Muslims around the world, and you find the majority, do in fact, support Sharia law.
www.pewforum.org/2009/10/07/mapping-the-global-muslim-population/

User avatar #53 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Sorry, I don't have the time to read that, can you point me to the part where it talks about global opinions?

P.S. In my original comment, I was obviously referring to most Muslims in countries that currently aren't under Sharia Law.
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User avatar #42 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
Of course, in that regard you are right. They have citizenship. However, i would still not consider them american until 1-2 generations.

Unless america is that much of a brown mass that introduction of a foreign people would go unnoticed
User avatar #45 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Then, simply put, you're wrong.
User avatar #46 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So, i disagree with the state of a country i have never lived in, and so i am wrong?

Okay
User avatar #47 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Yes, you are wrong. Entirely wrong.

How is the fact that you've never been to America come into this in any way? We're talking about the laws of America.
User avatar #48 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
Never claimed thats how it works in america

only that i disagree with their politics

Furthermore, america is not the centre of the fucking world. Why would i know its laws?
User avatar #49 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You did claim that's how it works in America. Look at the comment you replied to, it specifically talks about America.

America is not the centre of the world, but it's the centre of this conversation because that is the country brought up that you replied to. If you don't know Americas laws, don't state an opinion talking about American laws.
User avatar #90 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
"If a person is born in america, are they considered an american?"
Not in my opinion (are they/Should they be considered american)

I am talking about the culture, or whatever is left of it. I disagree with the view that anyone can be american, because i disagree with the view that anyone can be european
User avatar #95 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You can be of the opinion that they shouldn't be considered American, but you can't be of the opinion that they aren't American, because they are by fact.
User avatar #97 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
However, they are still not considered american in my opinion/ from my point of view, which is what i said in the first place.
User avatar #99 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Then you're wrong and stupid.
#100 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
So i am wrong and stupid for having a different opinion?

Clab clab clab DD
User avatar #101 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
No, you're stupid for purposely being wrong.
User avatar #105 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
How the fuck am i purposly wrong? It is not wrong to have an opinion you daft cunt. I simply believe people should not be given citizenship just because they are born in a country
User avatar #108 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
You don't get an opinion here, this is a fact based term. If you were to say "2+2=5, in my opinion" you would be wrong and if, when presented evidence that 2+2=4, persisted in your wrong opinion you would be stupid for purposely being wrong.

You are dumb, stupid and arrogant.
User avatar #113 - drastronomy (05/22/2015) [-]
I think you are misunderstanding me.

You asked a question, and i do not consider someone to be american/european/asian/african/whateverthefuckyouwantian just for being born in the country. You have to belong to the culture.

I am not stating these people are not considered americans by the government, i am expressing my disagreement with their policies.
User avatar #115 - Blarghfreat (05/22/2015) [-]
Just fuck off literally no-one cares, just stop. You can't take this anywhere. You aren't entitled to have an opinion about a fact, because well, ITS A FACT.
User avatar #114 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you agree with the term "Someone born in America isn't necessarily American" you are wrong. The definition of what makes someone American literally includes the phrase "by being born in the United States".

Literally no wiggle room. There are no ifs ands or buts.
User avatar #82 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
... I don't think you two are talking about being american in the same way
User avatar #87 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
There is only one way. If your nationality is American, you're American and no one can argue differently, if not then you're not and no one can argue differently.

You can have an opinion on what makes someone an American and you can have an opinion on what 2+2 is, but the bottom line is both are defined by factual statements.
User avatar #312 - factual (05/22/2015) [-]
it's a fact
User avatar #104 - zaywoot (05/22/2015) [-]
Well, there is ethnicity and culture aswell, if I moved to america and had a kid, that kid wouldn't culturally or ethnicly be american.

Well, maybe it would be american, but america is a meltingpot of people, and kinda abnormal in that regard.
I was born and raised in Denmark, I have lived here all my life - culturally I'm not that different either, I'm almost as danish as can be, but I'm still not "as danish" as others, there are minor differences, one is just that I have dark eyes and hair, but there are probably a couple of cultural differences as well.

I know several muslims too, people who were born and raised in Denmark - and some are "more danish" than others, without ever being really danish.
I think the idea of when you consider someone a nationality or something is very different if you're american vs anywhere else.
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#52 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
no, youre completely misunderstanding the reason for saying "im offended"

in most cases, saying "im offended" after someone has deliberately tried to offend you would actually be a sign to others that anti-social behaviour is being demonstrated and you feel something needs to be done about it.

its not a weak plea for sympathy, its a shout out to others that you detect what you perceive as a threat. whether they do something about it is entirely up to their judgements on the matter. depending on the severity of what offensive material/words are being presented, i would completely disagree with the "Most people couldn't care less if you're offended or not" part in most cases.
User avatar #53 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
If you need to openly exclaim that what was said was offensive so that others around you perceive it as offensive, it's not offensive.
#56 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
correction: If you need to openly exclaim that what was said was offensive so that others around you can acknowledge that was offensive, it gives others the opportunity to empathise before they too realise it was offensive.

at one point in history, racism or sexism would have been brushed off as "oh, its nothing really", until someone who was offended by it pointed out why it was offensive and why something needed to be done about it.
User avatar #58 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
Really? You think everyone was okay with sexism and racism until one person said "I'm offended" and that's what got the ball rolling? You can't be serious.

Victims of discrimination are oppressed. Sure they might be offended, but their being offended is negligible when looking at the big picture of their oppression. Black slaves weren't saying "You know, all this whipping and all is bad and all, but when he called me nigger, that offended me and that's where I draw the line!". Being offended and being oppressed are very far from each other in terms of severity.
#60 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
>Really? You think everyone was okay with sexism and racism until one person said "I'm offended" and that's what got the ball rolling? You can't be serious.
my point was that attitudes of indifference are what fuel oppression and discrimination. im not narrowing it down to one cause.

>Being offended and being oppressed are very far from each other in terms of severity.
being offended whilst others are indifferent to what is being said/done to offend you is interlinked with the more severe oppression. beliefs and attitudes influence behaviour, they do not exist as two separate components that have nothing to do with each other.
User avatar #62 - anonymoose (05/22/2015) [-]
So you're telling me some person saying "I'm offended" when offended by something stupid is really trying to stop a snowballing effect that will lead to oppression?
#63 - masterboll (05/22/2015) [-]
again with eagerly misunderstanding what ive clearly stated...

its not saying "I'm offended" when offended by something stupid (only God knows where you managed to get "stupid" from), it is when saying "I'm offended" when someone is deliberately saying something to offend you. in other words, anti-social behaviour and other people's indifference towards that behaviour.

an no, its not "snowball effect" its more of a scientifically proven cognitive framework where attitudes directly influence behaviour.

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