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#82 - The "test the cut of your sails" bit was my senior q… 19 hours ago on treasure planet +1
#164 - So what does exiting the EU actually mean for Britain? What do…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/26/2016 on brit 0
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#179 - welcomemat (06/26/2016) [-]
No more open borders as per EU rules. In effect, immigrants cannot enter their country as freely and take their jobs anymore which is one of the main complaints I've heard, I just live in Florida and there are other reasons like trade agreements where Britain felt like they were getting screwed
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#165 - LtMcG (06/26/2016) [-]
This pretty much tears down any policies the EU enforced over the years Britain was apart of it which includes trade deals, visas (important for free flow of immigration), economic policies such as interest rates for banks, crop yields, and intellectual property.

This does not have much of an impact on the intelligence or military partnerships as most of the EU and Britain is part of NATO.
#126 - "There was absolutely nothing". There may have b… 06/20/2016 on Creationism 0
#213 - There's definitely a correlation between religious countries a… 06/15/2016 on Muslims Might Kill Milo +2
#169 - Though your argument is valid, your premises are not true. …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/15/2016 on Muslims Might Kill Milo -2
#204 - ppat (06/15/2016) [-]
Ah a white Knight I figured I'd attract a few of you when I saw all the thumbs
Let's look at the facts
Shariah law is based off of the Quran
Shariah law is very much based on the interpretation of the people who rule the country
But it's amusing to see that countries that oppose legalizing homosexuality and countries that are controlled by Islam overlap quite a bit
Islamic countries publicly execute homosexuals through many different varieties including stoning, hanging, flogging/lashes, shooting, throwing off of roofs and my personal favorite beheading
Lesser punishments Include 100 lashes and imprisonment
I can't tell if your a Muslim who lives in denial, a troll or an idiot
Although I'd say an idiot if I had to guess
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#213 - censius (06/15/2016) [-]
There's definitely a correlation between religious countries and barbaric punishments. Floggings, hangings, and beheadings were common in France, Britain, and most other Christian cultures.
The difference is when we started to become first world countries (attained irrigation, a certain GNP wealth, democracy) you start to see less zealots and barbarism. Europe and the Americas eventually attained first worldliness between 100 - 300 years ago (depending on how you define "first world"), but people in those countries are still unlearning their barbaric pasttimes.
The Middle East is hardly even in second worldliness. So they behave badly and then (mistakenly) attribute it to God to make their actions sound righteous.
But when you see Muslims in First World countries you'll find they behave in accordance to the Quran without practicing violence just fine. Wealth changes everything. And they have none.
#197 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Yep. Not to mention some Islamic countries are ran by oligarchies.

I'm worried abot banning Muslims in the US. That'll fuck the U.S. up on so many levels. That'll be a sad chapter in our textbooks.
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#523 - klick (06/07/2016) [-]
Indeed. It's why convince stores have the protocol to only have 100 dollars (Sometimes less) in the till so when they are robbed it's not a huge loss
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