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#293 - Who the **** are you to make that decision? Furt… 08/15/2014 on Some Random Interesting... 0
#57 - why are these aliens never depicted wearing clothes or suits? …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/04/2014 on plot twist +2
User avatar #75 - lavitts (08/04/2014) [-]
fuck man, I can't wait.
User avatar #64 - gmarrox (08/04/2014) [-]
I mean I do all that already
#436 - I certainly know that your average Russian is just a normal pe…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/02/2014 on cheeky cunt 0
User avatar #437 - PlagueDoctor (08/03/2014) [-]
Oooh, yes! The Russian and pro-Russia media is the polar opposite of its western counterpart.
I can't listen to either for more than a few minutes without feeling utter disgust and the urge to punch someone or strangle a kitten.
To sum this up I will tell you this Disclaimer: I too hate conspiracy theorists and I loath their bullshit but this is slightly different : despite what "they" want us, the common people, to believe, everything is already decided. I honestly think this whole conflict is a big farce that is being played out by both sides. Because as you, may or may not, know, Putin is not the one holding the strings in Russia. Proof exists.
Anyway, I just hope that we will not be the victims of their schemes and plans.
Peace.
#224 - Maybe you're right, and I hope you are because I don't particu…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/30/2014 on cheeky cunt +2
User avatar #434 - PlagueDoctor (08/01/2014) [-]
One more thing: I've recently been to Russia, and yes, the public opinion regarding the US and the Americans is quite bad. But what do you expect when everything is getting blamed on Russia, every movie, game, book... depicts the Russians as primitive, evil psychopats (eventhough this sounds silly as an argument, it's very relevant) and people like Dick Cheney, Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton are constantly voicing their paranoid minds.
The fact that most of the world is following the US also doesn't do them a lot of good.
Anyway, this is another discussion that can be going on for ages, what bothers me is that it seems like the media is trying to prepare people for a military intervention (at least here in Europe).
#436 - solinvictus (08/02/2014) [-]
I certainly know that your average Russian is just a normal person trying to live their lives, just like you and I. But the Russian government with Putin basically being the dictator of is devious and untrustworthy, as all dictators are. But despite that, as far as I'm concerned, as long as Russia doesn't attack any of our NATO allies, we have no business getting involved militarily in a conflict. I felt the same way with the war in Georgia back in 2005 as well as with the Ukraine. That doesn't mean we can't condemn the way the Russian government behaves, and indeed we should.
As for the media, I totally agree with you, I don't trust any damn one of them, they have agendas other than the truth. Same goes for the media in Russia, and I guess in your country as well. Propaganda is aimed at morons who can't think for themselves.
User avatar #437 - PlagueDoctor (08/03/2014) [-]
Oooh, yes! The Russian and pro-Russia media is the polar opposite of its western counterpart.
I can't listen to either for more than a few minutes without feeling utter disgust and the urge to punch someone or strangle a kitten.
To sum this up I will tell you this Disclaimer: I too hate conspiracy theorists and I loath their bullshit but this is slightly different : despite what "they" want us, the common people, to believe, everything is already decided. I honestly think this whole conflict is a big farce that is being played out by both sides. Because as you, may or may not, know, Putin is not the one holding the strings in Russia. Proof exists.
Anyway, I just hope that we will not be the victims of their schemes and plans.
Peace.
User avatar #433 - PlagueDoctor (08/01/2014) [-]
You know who started this trend right?
US backed Kosovo
#203 - Yes, but that is assuming the courts make the right decision a…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/30/2014 on cheeky cunt 0
User avatar #238 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
wasnt their latest decision the hobby lobby case?


where they chose right?
#194 - The damage being done is pretty significant. They don't seem …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/30/2014 on cheeky cunt 0
User avatar #197 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
And thats what the courts are for, all it takes is one person to sue and make things go up the ranks.


The attempt at the border is already being stifflied on many fronts.
#203 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
Yes, but that is assuming the courts make the right decision and not a political one. The Supreme court has failed us many times, the latest being the ruling that a fine for not having health insurance is a "tax." I just don't trust anyone in the government to make a decision that is right for us, they only think of themselves and their parties.
User avatar #238 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
wasnt their latest decision the hobby lobby case?


where they chose right?
#189 - I couldn't point you to a specific article, it is based on obs…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/30/2014 on cheeky cunt 0
User avatar #202 - PlagueDoctor (07/30/2014) [-]
Okay, let's not forget a few nuances:

-North Ossetia asked to be added to the Russian Federation after the Georgians launched an offensive (proof exists). To understand this better, the national relationship between Ossetians and ethnic Georgians is comparable to that of the Israelis and the Palestinians.

-Same goes for the Crimea. Especially considering Russia's largest marine base that is located in Sebastopol, the majority of the Crimean population being Russian and actively wanting to be annexed.

-The Baltic states are not going to be captured because 1; no good reason (no marine bases, Russian population is not a majority etc) 2; they are very anti-Russian and do not want to be added.

So, no, I'm affraid there is no evidence and that is the problem! I live in a small Western-European country and people seem to think Putin personally shot down a plane, killed a bunch of Ukrainians and annexed two regions, which is obviously not true.
Please, try to use different sources for information, because this public opnion is getting dangerous for everyone.
Peace.
#224 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
Maybe you're right, and I hope you are because I don't particularly want to live through World War III. But we can't just sit idly by while Russia annexes territory that already belongs to sovereign nations. If people in the Crimea or in Ossetia want to live in Russia they should move to Russia, same goes for any other country. If Mexico were to demand that southern California should belong to them just because a bunch of Mexicans lived there, I'd damn sure want us to tell them to try and take it or fuck off. We learned thanks to WWII that appeasement does more harm than good. And you know, you are right, foreign policy should not be dictated by public opinion. But as long as Russia keeps annexing territory from sovereign states and as long as they have nuclear weapons and hate America and the West like we all know they do, they are a threat and should be treated as such.
User avatar #434 - PlagueDoctor (08/01/2014) [-]
One more thing: I've recently been to Russia, and yes, the public opinion regarding the US and the Americans is quite bad. But what do you expect when everything is getting blamed on Russia, every movie, game, book... depicts the Russians as primitive, evil psychopats (eventhough this sounds silly as an argument, it's very relevant) and people like Dick Cheney, Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton are constantly voicing their paranoid minds.
The fact that most of the world is following the US also doesn't do them a lot of good.
Anyway, this is another discussion that can be going on for ages, what bothers me is that it seems like the media is trying to prepare people for a military intervention (at least here in Europe).
#436 - solinvictus (08/02/2014) [-]
I certainly know that your average Russian is just a normal person trying to live their lives, just like you and I. But the Russian government with Putin basically being the dictator of is devious and untrustworthy, as all dictators are. But despite that, as far as I'm concerned, as long as Russia doesn't attack any of our NATO allies, we have no business getting involved militarily in a conflict. I felt the same way with the war in Georgia back in 2005 as well as with the Ukraine. That doesn't mean we can't condemn the way the Russian government behaves, and indeed we should.
As for the media, I totally agree with you, I don't trust any damn one of them, they have agendas other than the truth. Same goes for the media in Russia, and I guess in your country as well. Propaganda is aimed at morons who can't think for themselves.
User avatar #437 - PlagueDoctor (08/03/2014) [-]
Oooh, yes! The Russian and pro-Russia media is the polar opposite of its western counterpart.
I can't listen to either for more than a few minutes without feeling utter disgust and the urge to punch someone or strangle a kitten.
To sum this up I will tell you this Disclaimer: I too hate conspiracy theorists and I loath their bullshit but this is slightly different : despite what "they" want us, the common people, to believe, everything is already decided. I honestly think this whole conflict is a big farce that is being played out by both sides. Because as you, may or may not, know, Putin is not the one holding the strings in Russia. Proof exists.
Anyway, I just hope that we will not be the victims of their schemes and plans.
Peace.
User avatar #433 - PlagueDoctor (08/01/2014) [-]
You know who started this trend right?
US backed Kosovo
#174 - Yes you are right about the way our government was designed, b…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/30/2014 on cheeky cunt 0
User avatar #186 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
also % wise 3% of 15 is .45
7.8% of 8.2 is .64

thats the gdp rates without numerous zeros. So it is not double growth rate. It's like 50% better
User avatar #176 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
The trampling of the constitution has been going on for years, all one can hope is that the damage done by the current big brother administration isn't too big.


And the economy is fixing now that stimulus is no longer being used, beautiful isn't it.
#194 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
The damage being done is pretty significant. They don't seem to even need to change the constitution, just ignore it and use all their little organizations to regulate our lives. It is very alarming.
As for the economy, it is still being stifled by regulations and considering the enormous cost that will come with the new health care law, I'd say we're still not out of the water yet. I'm not an economist by any means, but I can still see the danger we're in.
User avatar #197 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
And thats what the courts are for, all it takes is one person to sue and make things go up the ranks.


The attempt at the border is already being stifflied on many fronts.
#203 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
Yes, but that is assuming the courts make the right decision and not a political one. The Supreme court has failed us many times, the latest being the ruling that a fine for not having health insurance is a "tax." I just don't trust anyone in the government to make a decision that is right for us, they only think of themselves and their parties.
User avatar #238 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
wasnt their latest decision the hobby lobby case?


where they chose right?
User avatar #177 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
really, really
#163 - Russia is a rising power, or at least they are trying to be. …  [+] (8 new replies) 07/30/2014 on cheeky cunt +2
User avatar #167 - PlagueDoctor (07/30/2014) [-]
Re-establish the Soviet Union (using the word "Empire" doesn't feel right here because of the whole civil war thing)? Where are you getting this?
And to whom is this "no secret"?

not trying to be a dick, just wondering where this info is coming from
#189 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
I couldn't point you to a specific article, it is based on observations over a few years. The situation in the Ukraine is pretty similar to the war Russia had with Georgia about 5 years ago. At first Russia supported the break away states from Georgia (can't remember their names) and later annexed that territory, same as Ukraine. Of course we'll know of Putin's intentions for sure if he begins trying to re capture the smaller satellite states such as Estonia and Lithuania, but I'd say the evidence is getting pretty clear. I don't think Putin is dumb enough to just go and take all that land all at once, he is being slow and deliberate.
User avatar #202 - PlagueDoctor (07/30/2014) [-]
Okay, let's not forget a few nuances:

-North Ossetia asked to be added to the Russian Federation after the Georgians launched an offensive (proof exists). To understand this better, the national relationship between Ossetians and ethnic Georgians is comparable to that of the Israelis and the Palestinians.

-Same goes for the Crimea. Especially considering Russia's largest marine base that is located in Sebastopol, the majority of the Crimean population being Russian and actively wanting to be annexed.

-The Baltic states are not going to be captured because 1; no good reason (no marine bases, Russian population is not a majority etc) 2; they are very anti-Russian and do not want to be added.

So, no, I'm affraid there is no evidence and that is the problem! I live in a small Western-European country and people seem to think Putin personally shot down a plane, killed a bunch of Ukrainians and annexed two regions, which is obviously not true.
Please, try to use different sources for information, because this public opnion is getting dangerous for everyone.
Peace.
#224 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
Maybe you're right, and I hope you are because I don't particularly want to live through World War III. But we can't just sit idly by while Russia annexes territory that already belongs to sovereign nations. If people in the Crimea or in Ossetia want to live in Russia they should move to Russia, same goes for any other country. If Mexico were to demand that southern California should belong to them just because a bunch of Mexicans lived there, I'd damn sure want us to tell them to try and take it or fuck off. We learned thanks to WWII that appeasement does more harm than good. And you know, you are right, foreign policy should not be dictated by public opinion. But as long as Russia keeps annexing territory from sovereign states and as long as they have nuclear weapons and hate America and the West like we all know they do, they are a threat and should be treated as such.
User avatar #434 - PlagueDoctor (08/01/2014) [-]
One more thing: I've recently been to Russia, and yes, the public opinion regarding the US and the Americans is quite bad. But what do you expect when everything is getting blamed on Russia, every movie, game, book... depicts the Russians as primitive, evil psychopats (eventhough this sounds silly as an argument, it's very relevant) and people like Dick Cheney, Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton are constantly voicing their paranoid minds.
The fact that most of the world is following the US also doesn't do them a lot of good.
Anyway, this is another discussion that can be going on for ages, what bothers me is that it seems like the media is trying to prepare people for a military intervention (at least here in Europe).
#436 - solinvictus (08/02/2014) [-]
I certainly know that your average Russian is just a normal person trying to live their lives, just like you and I. But the Russian government with Putin basically being the dictator of is devious and untrustworthy, as all dictators are. But despite that, as far as I'm concerned, as long as Russia doesn't attack any of our NATO allies, we have no business getting involved militarily in a conflict. I felt the same way with the war in Georgia back in 2005 as well as with the Ukraine. That doesn't mean we can't condemn the way the Russian government behaves, and indeed we should.
As for the media, I totally agree with you, I don't trust any damn one of them, they have agendas other than the truth. Same goes for the media in Russia, and I guess in your country as well. Propaganda is aimed at morons who can't think for themselves.
User avatar #437 - PlagueDoctor (08/03/2014) [-]
Oooh, yes! The Russian and pro-Russia media is the polar opposite of its western counterpart.
I can't listen to either for more than a few minutes without feeling utter disgust and the urge to punch someone or strangle a kitten.
To sum this up I will tell you this Disclaimer: I too hate conspiracy theorists and I loath their bullshit but this is slightly different : despite what "they" want us, the common people, to believe, everything is already decided. I honestly think this whole conflict is a big farce that is being played out by both sides. Because as you, may or may not, know, Putin is not the one holding the strings in Russia. Proof exists.
Anyway, I just hope that we will not be the victims of their schemes and plans.
Peace.
User avatar #433 - PlagueDoctor (08/01/2014) [-]
You know who started this trend right?
US backed Kosovo
#153 - A great deal of our industry is being shipped over to China fo…  [+] (13 new replies) 07/30/2014 on cheeky cunt 0
User avatar #158 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
Military wise we have such a lead we are good there.

Our Gdp is still double theres, and ours went up 4% today alone.


We are better off then most people think, and we will continue to be fine for much longer than 10-20 years.


We have a self correcting cyclical economy.

Our government by design is meant to be slow reacting so they dont make stupid rash decisions.
#265 - swagmonstah (07/30/2014) [-]
"Our GDP is still double theres"
And your opinions can no longer be taken seriously.
User avatar #367 - sarcasticrunner (07/31/2014) [-]
2012 China- 8.772 trillion
2012 USA- 15.68 trillion


A little less than half, but eat my dick
#174 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
Yes you are right about the way our government was designed, but look at the way our constitution is being cast aside. Their policy of trying to "fix" the economy by stimulus (which was done during the depression as well) has made recovery all but nonexistent. And China's economy is growing twice as fast as ours. As I said, maybe not in the next few years, but if nothing is changed, they will be able to seriously challenge us 10-20 years down the road. And maybe we will be able to fight them off and retain our influence over the Pacific but it will be at a pretty steep cost in human life.
User avatar #186 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
also % wise 3% of 15 is .45
7.8% of 8.2 is .64

thats the gdp rates without numerous zeros. So it is not double growth rate. It's like 50% better
User avatar #176 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
The trampling of the constitution has been going on for years, all one can hope is that the damage done by the current big brother administration isn't too big.


And the economy is fixing now that stimulus is no longer being used, beautiful isn't it.
#194 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
The damage being done is pretty significant. They don't seem to even need to change the constitution, just ignore it and use all their little organizations to regulate our lives. It is very alarming.
As for the economy, it is still being stifled by regulations and considering the enormous cost that will come with the new health care law, I'd say we're still not out of the water yet. I'm not an economist by any means, but I can still see the danger we're in.
User avatar #197 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
And thats what the courts are for, all it takes is one person to sue and make things go up the ranks.


The attempt at the border is already being stifflied on many fronts.
#203 - solinvictus (07/30/2014) [-]
Yes, but that is assuming the courts make the right decision and not a political one. The Supreme court has failed us many times, the latest being the ruling that a fine for not having health insurance is a "tax." I just don't trust anyone in the government to make a decision that is right for us, they only think of themselves and their parties.
User avatar #238 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
wasnt their latest decision the hobby lobby case?


where they chose right?
User avatar #177 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
really, really
User avatar #162 - sarcasticrunner (07/30/2014) [-]
not today, sorry

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