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#3 - we should melt down all the steel from the twin towers and use… 04/11/2013 on USS Arlington -1
#3 - I like the plot 04/11/2013 on Why we invaded +2
#126 - no. but those aren't the kind of dictatorships I am defending. 04/11/2013 on Proud to be +1
#121 - yes but not everyone holds the same rationale you, I and most …  [+] (5 new replies) 04/11/2013 on Proud to be +1
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#125 - oxYKellark (04/11/2013) [-]
See i was going to say that, BUT it dawned on me how do you explain the entire Arab Spring. Sure people might be used to it but i dont think that the citizens of Yemen, Egypt, Syria, Libya, Oman, Iraq, Algeria, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco and Sudan exactly like their dictatorships.
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#139 - annogram (04/11/2013) [-]
I'm just curios seeing as i've been to a lot of those countries, where are you getting the bases that they don't like their government? or "dictatorship" as you call it.
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#156 - oxYKellark (04/12/2013) [-]
Well i didnt mean like a hitler kinda think but i listed all those countries because they participated in the "Arab Spring" i guess the way i wrote that it made me sound like an ass.
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#161 - annogram (04/13/2013) [-]
well let me tell you a few things about the arab spring.

Egypt's revolt was legitimate but then like most of the other countries America got involved and started Arming the rebels, All of them even the kind of people you wouldn't wanna see with a knife, they encouraged the muslim party to take power and now that it's in power a lot of my christian friends aren't allowed to go back to Cairo, not that there's a problem with muslims specifically but the muslim party in egypt is known for being very extremist. In Lybia it was a bit more complicated, because the people didn't actually want to revolt, only a very small minority did, and then the news called everyone who didn't want to revolt "a ghadafi loyalist" and thats what most of the people were, ghadafi wasn't perfect but the people really did love him and the rebels were and are ruthless, and honestly it's in a much MUCH worse state now then when i visited in 2007.

okay now about the whole prophet muhammad bash video. that was released when almost all the countries that are revolting had already revolted, I don't trust the media at all but i was genuinely shocked that they twisted the ALREADY ongoing riots into "omg we hate america so much, they deserve to die for a video we're so extremist lololol" ideals which everyone now believes, that's not what happened at all and most of the signs that you see held up are general we hate america signs because...well i dunno they armed "rebels"(lol no they're pretty much terrorists) in their country and the ones that do quote the movie are only single photo's or small photo's in groups >10 people.

In summary the arab springs is certainly not what you were told it is and it's certainly not a good thing.
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#126 - mikeliterous (04/11/2013) [-]
no. but those aren't the kind of dictatorships I am defending.
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#90 - no. but I think we often don't realize that our system isn't a…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/11/2013 on Proud to be +1
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#120 - oxYKellark (04/11/2013) [-]
I'd say thats debateable, i mean it would be in my opinion a made move if we for whatever reason invaded canada and tried to impose out government system on them. Its obviously a bad move because canada already has a working and pretty sufficent system but if we try to impose and i use the word impose extremely lightly democracy or a democratic government on a people who have had a dictatorship an abusive and controlling one at that for the past 3 decades i cant say it was a bad move.
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#121 - mikeliterous (04/11/2013) [-]
yes but not everyone holds the same rationale you, I and most other Americans do, some people would prefer a dictatorship over democracy
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#125 - oxYKellark (04/11/2013) [-]
See i was going to say that, BUT it dawned on me how do you explain the entire Arab Spring. Sure people might be used to it but i dont think that the citizens of Yemen, Egypt, Syria, Libya, Oman, Iraq, Algeria, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco and Sudan exactly like their dictatorships.
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#139 - annogram (04/11/2013) [-]
I'm just curios seeing as i've been to a lot of those countries, where are you getting the bases that they don't like their government? or "dictatorship" as you call it.
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#156 - oxYKellark (04/12/2013) [-]
Well i didnt mean like a hitler kinda think but i listed all those countries because they participated in the "Arab Spring" i guess the way i wrote that it made me sound like an ass.
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#161 - annogram (04/13/2013) [-]
well let me tell you a few things about the arab spring.

Egypt's revolt was legitimate but then like most of the other countries America got involved and started Arming the rebels, All of them even the kind of people you wouldn't wanna see with a knife, they encouraged the muslim party to take power and now that it's in power a lot of my christian friends aren't allowed to go back to Cairo, not that there's a problem with muslims specifically but the muslim party in egypt is known for being very extremist. In Lybia it was a bit more complicated, because the people didn't actually want to revolt, only a very small minority did, and then the news called everyone who didn't want to revolt "a ghadafi loyalist" and thats what most of the people were, ghadafi wasn't perfect but the people really did love him and the rebels were and are ruthless, and honestly it's in a much MUCH worse state now then when i visited in 2007.

okay now about the whole prophet muhammad bash video. that was released when almost all the countries that are revolting had already revolted, I don't trust the media at all but i was genuinely shocked that they twisted the ALREADY ongoing riots into "omg we hate america so much, they deserve to die for a video we're so extremist lololol" ideals which everyone now believes, that's not what happened at all and most of the signs that you see held up are general we hate america signs because...well i dunno they armed "rebels"(lol no they're pretty much terrorists) in their country and the ones that do quote the movie are only single photo's or small photo's in groups >10 people.

In summary the arab springs is certainly not what you were told it is and it's certainly not a good thing.
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#126 - mikeliterous (04/11/2013) [-]
no. but those aren't the kind of dictatorships I am defending.
#85 - people don't like us because once we are there we try to impos…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/11/2013 on Proud to be +1
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#89 - oxYKellark (04/11/2013) [-]
Do you think thats a bad thing?
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#90 - mikeliterous (04/11/2013) [-]
no. but I think we often don't realize that our system isn't always the best one
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#120 - oxYKellark (04/11/2013) [-]
I'd say thats debateable, i mean it would be in my opinion a made move if we for whatever reason invaded canada and tried to impose out government system on them. Its obviously a bad move because canada already has a working and pretty sufficent system but if we try to impose and i use the word impose extremely lightly democracy or a democratic government on a people who have had a dictatorship an abusive and controlling one at that for the past 3 decades i cant say it was a bad move.
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#121 - mikeliterous (04/11/2013) [-]
yes but not everyone holds the same rationale you, I and most other Americans do, some people would prefer a dictatorship over democracy
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#125 - oxYKellark (04/11/2013) [-]
See i was going to say that, BUT it dawned on me how do you explain the entire Arab Spring. Sure people might be used to it but i dont think that the citizens of Yemen, Egypt, Syria, Libya, Oman, Iraq, Algeria, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco and Sudan exactly like their dictatorships.
User avatar
#139 - annogram (04/11/2013) [-]
I'm just curios seeing as i've been to a lot of those countries, where are you getting the bases that they don't like their government? or "dictatorship" as you call it.
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#156 - oxYKellark (04/12/2013) [-]
Well i didnt mean like a hitler kinda think but i listed all those countries because they participated in the "Arab Spring" i guess the way i wrote that it made me sound like an ass.
User avatar
#161 - annogram (04/13/2013) [-]
well let me tell you a few things about the arab spring.

Egypt's revolt was legitimate but then like most of the other countries America got involved and started Arming the rebels, All of them even the kind of people you wouldn't wanna see with a knife, they encouraged the muslim party to take power and now that it's in power a lot of my christian friends aren't allowed to go back to Cairo, not that there's a problem with muslims specifically but the muslim party in egypt is known for being very extremist. In Lybia it was a bit more complicated, because the people didn't actually want to revolt, only a very small minority did, and then the news called everyone who didn't want to revolt "a ghadafi loyalist" and thats what most of the people were, ghadafi wasn't perfect but the people really did love him and the rebels were and are ruthless, and honestly it's in a much MUCH worse state now then when i visited in 2007.

okay now about the whole prophet muhammad bash video. that was released when almost all the countries that are revolting had already revolted, I don't trust the media at all but i was genuinely shocked that they twisted the ALREADY ongoing riots into "omg we hate america so much, they deserve to die for a video we're so extremist lololol" ideals which everyone now believes, that's not what happened at all and most of the signs that you see held up are general we hate america signs because...well i dunno they armed "rebels"(lol no they're pretty much terrorists) in their country and the ones that do quote the movie are only single photo's or small photo's in groups >10 people.

In summary the arab springs is certainly not what you were told it is and it's certainly not a good thing.
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#126 - mikeliterous (04/11/2013) [-]
no. but those aren't the kind of dictatorships I am defending.
#62 - I was making the joke that she was a teenager 04/11/2013 on Women drivers no survivors 0
#7 - guys plz its how my mom died  [+] (5 new replies) 04/10/2013 on Women drivers no survivors -1
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#33 - ironhidethegreat (04/11/2013) [-]
She shouldn't have been texting.
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#62 - mikeliterous (04/11/2013) [-]
I was making the joke that she was a teenager
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#32 - edmin (04/11/2013) [-]
No Mcdonald's for you.
#12 - arandomanon (04/11/2013) [-]
Here, have this
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#7 - I liked how the currency was called "simoleans" 04/10/2013 on Sonic +13