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sayonarasatan

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Date Signed Up:5/01/2012
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Location:Japan
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#384 - It is a dangerous journey but if it's more dangerous to stay t… 09/07/2015 on Its simple 0
#262 - Are people spineless because they want to protect their childr…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/07/2015 on Its simple +1
#285 - doucheonmandic (09/07/2015) [-]
So instead of actually trying to guarantee their safety at home, they drag their family across dangerous sees, hundreds of miles on foot, at the mercy of human traffickers, without papers, into a country he has almost no idea about, or how he will provide food, money to his family and might as well get deported after a week/month. All this cause he believed, or some one made him believe that it was the better/easier/safer option.

If you can't even protect your home - the only place you may find true safety - how can you expect to find safety anywhere and have someone else fighting to protect your home for you?

And for the "you would do this too" line... Well if it comes to it, i'll try my best not to be these people.
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#384 - sayonarasatan (09/07/2015) [-]
It is a dangerous journey but if it's more dangerous to stay there
And if you don't feel safe it's hardly a place you can call home

and many times, an adult member of the family make the journey, get permission to live in another country, and then their family can fly there because they get the permission too

it's not that I don't understand how you feel or anything, but isn't the option that saves the most lives the best option?
#49 - Well, if I was a refugee of war I would travel as far away fro…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/06/2015 on Its simple -1
#54 - doucheonmandic (09/06/2015) [-]
"I'm an adult in moderately healthy physical condition. I could join the militia and protect my country and family against terror, help solving this whole fucked up situation and rebuild my home when the dust settled, or run away to leech on a wealthier country without giving two shits about the customs, heritage, or the citizens of it. Oh, yeah, the second option sounds way better, cause i have no spine." Guess why people having a problem?
#70 - anon (09/06/2015) [-]
No fucking shit

Die like men you spineless whores
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#262 - sayonarasatan (09/07/2015) [-]
Are people spineless because they want to protect their children and wives and brothers and parents?
It's not a fucking game, if they die they don't come back
If you were faced with such a situation you would run too, if not for your own sake then at least for your family's
#285 - doucheonmandic (09/07/2015) [-]
So instead of actually trying to guarantee their safety at home, they drag their family across dangerous sees, hundreds of miles on foot, at the mercy of human traffickers, without papers, into a country he has almost no idea about, or how he will provide food, money to his family and might as well get deported after a week/month. All this cause he believed, or some one made him believe that it was the better/easier/safer option.

If you can't even protect your home - the only place you may find true safety - how can you expect to find safety anywhere and have someone else fighting to protect your home for you?

And for the "you would do this too" line... Well if it comes to it, i'll try my best not to be these people.
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#384 - sayonarasatan (09/07/2015) [-]
It is a dangerous journey but if it's more dangerous to stay there
And if you don't feel safe it's hardly a place you can call home

and many times, an adult member of the family make the journey, get permission to live in another country, and then their family can fly there because they get the permission too

it's not that I don't understand how you feel or anything, but isn't the option that saves the most lives the best option?
#177 - The top left and bottom right pictures are from "Terkel i… 04/29/2015 on We're a bit odd 0
#43 - Where can I get this comic series?? Is it online or do I b… 03/22/2015 on RIP Sweet Prince 0
#1501 - Photoshopped picture of Hamada Masatoshi (Gaki no Tsukai), Jap… 02/25/2015 on Post a screenshot of your... +1
#1153 - You’re all right, Imma do it xD 02/20/2015 on How did you get screwed... +1
#724 - My mother got a new boyfriend and we moved into his house so s…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/19/2015 on How did you get screwed... +1
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#744 - hardstylehobo (02/19/2015) [-]
kill him in his sleep
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#750 - kaguradragon (02/19/2015) [-]
woah there, satan
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#757 - hardstylehobo (02/19/2015) [-]
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#761 - kaguradragon (02/19/2015) [-]
just kidding, this is obviously the only solution
#770 - hardstylehobo (02/19/2015) [-]
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#1153 - sayonarasatan (02/20/2015) [-]
You’re all right, Imma do it xD
#268 - Congratulations! Now go be happy with your lady, buy yourself … 02/19/2015 on FJ 0
#2506 - Really?! both my parents were soldiers there, so I practically… 02/17/2015 on Euro FJers, post your selfie 0
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