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#34 - Picture 10/22/2015 on Russian Facebook +26
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#306 - Polish website the story came from doesn't look dodgey …  [+] (1 reply) 09/10/2015 on Niggers +1
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#319 - leec (09/10/2015) [-]
There's nothing political about it, I just think the refugees that are acting like the ones in this story are total niggers
#6 - "Thousands of innocent children have drowned, but I dont …  [+] (20 replies) 09/10/2015 on shoo! +33
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#22 - tankeruber (09/10/2015) [-]

This shit happens all the time, nobody cares about THE CHILLUNS until the media gives attention to one.

What about Boko Haram and the 2015 Baga massacre, killing an estimated TWO THOUSAND people, not including the other thousands the Boko Haram have killed. Should we feel bad for them? No, the media hasn't told us to.
This one child that sparks up the liberal tear-jerking propaganda? Waah waah waah.
You fucking liberals make me absolutely sick.
#134 - imjared (09/11/2015) [-]
We don't feel bad because the media tells us to. We feel bad because it was brought to our attention. There are a lot of things happening To people in the world [spoiler] I assume [/spoiler] that people would feel terrible about, but don't know about. It isn't about being told to feel bad. It's caring generally, but not knowing mostly.
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#140 - tankeruber (09/11/2015) [-]
We don't feel bad because the media said something like this is happening, we just feel bad because the media said something like this is happening. Ignorance is not an excuse.
#142 - imjared (09/11/2015) [-]
"We don't feel bad because the media tells us to. We feel bad because it was brought to our attention."

How is someone supposed to feel bad about something they don't know is happening?
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#143 - tankeruber (09/11/2015) [-]
If they don't know what the fuck is happening, and then try pushing this kid as a justification of why thousands upon thousands of economic immigrants should be able to fuck up our countries, I honestly feel scared because people that uninformed are making important decisions. If you are some random noname, sure, be stupid and only care about the things media shows you. If you actually start to make decisions in your life, specially if they impact many people such as a decision of someone in parlament, in the presidency, so on, and are still using the "I didn't know Africa had a mass slaughter with 2000 people a few days ago, BUT LOOK AT THIS DROWNED DED CHILLUN SO SAD, PLZ LET IMMIGRANTS INTO OUR COUNTRY"

They aren't supposed to feel bad if they don't know what is happening, but not knowing what is happening shows ignorance and stupidity, and when ignorant and stupid people start running countries, well, look at the EU, specifically Britian and Sweden.
#144 - imjared (09/11/2015) [-]
for those who are starting to support the immigration due to the story, yes that is retarded. What people are arguing (for the most part) in this thread, is that he said he doesn't care about the dead kid. Yes the mass immigration is a terrible blight on the countries that have to deal with it, but whatever qualms you have with the parents, it's not the kids fault. He died, and that sucks for him. He didn't deserve it. We just don't think it's fair that he doesn't care about what happened to the kid just because his father is a useless idiot. You'll see this if you look carefully at the comments people have been making.
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#145 - tankeruber (09/11/2015) [-]
Well, yeah, obviously the child died for no reason and that is bad, I just don't see a reason to get my panties so in a bunch about one kid drowning when that happens so much via other means, like the recent Malaria outbreak in Africa. If I feel bad for this kid, why shouldn't I feel bad for every other kid who dies unneccessarily? Thing is, I don't want to constantly feel bad, so I chose to ignore them, versus showing fake empathy and being a hypocrite.
#146 - imjared (09/11/2015) [-]
the difference is that he didn't mention the kids dying from malaria. None of us are pretending that people dying all over the world heavily affect us. It's the fact that he words it in a way that puts the child at fault, just as much as his father, for his own death. It's not his fault. That's the summary of why people are upset over the comment. It's not his fault.
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#147 - tankeruber (09/11/2015) [-]
Meh, I thumbed him up because of the cultural terrorism part, his shitty wording of the first sentence is an even smaller reason to create a shitstorm than the kid.
#42 - anon (09/10/2015) [-]
Dont you dare compare children to niggers.
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#9 - babydingo (09/10/2015) [-]
you know why you shouldn't feel bad for these people, most of them are cowards. the vast majority of them are men running away from these places, not trying to make them better. the don't want to protect their homes they want someone else to do it and Europe is footing the bill. now do get me wrong I know that there are people who genuinely need asylum from war and they should receive it but it is impossible to tell them apart from those just trying to leech off the system or any foreign fighters. don't call me a nut job because you know as well as I that any terrorist group that wants soilders in europe has or will be inserting them into the next wave of migrants
#136 - imjared (09/11/2015) [-]
But can you really not care about the kids who know nothing and have no choice but to do what their parents say. Just because the parents are wrong doesn't mean it's the kids fault
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#148 - babydingo (09/11/2015) [-]
honestly, yes.
#149 - imjared (09/11/2015) [-]
why's that?
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#151 - babydingo (09/12/2015) [-]
Im not going to tell you my life story but I'm a lower class white guy from america so nobody's looking after me. I have my own family to take care of and I have to bust my ass every week to meep a roof over thier heads and food on the table. I don't hwve the time or energy to worry about the rest the world. Now let me ask you something: why should I care about THESE childern? Why not the thousands of unaccompanied minors streaming up f4om south america? What about the child sex trade in america? Do any europians knowor care about that? Everyone wants to treat the symptoms noone wants to cure the disease
#16 - headhunternl (09/10/2015) [-]
Are you seriously calling people who don't fight back to IS in an attempt to protect their family cowards? That's edgy yo. I'm honestly very curious what you would do in that situation. Which is somehting we'll never find out..
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#32 - babydingo (09/10/2015) [-]
I'm a first world hippocit, I wont deny it.
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#20 - Gandalfthewhite (09/10/2015) [-]
probably whine about it on the internet till he gets caught and taken away
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#7 - talpss (09/10/2015) [-]
It's really hard to sympathize when their parents are the ones ruining Europe.
#135 - imjared (09/11/2015) [-]
They aren't their parents. Parents of children make choices for them. Not their fault.
#101 - FJ does lean left on a lot of issues to be honest, like gay ma…  [+] (1 reply) 09/10/2015 on Anon's country is being... 0
#102 - youregaylol (09/10/2015) [-]
People have different opinions and are more likely to be vocal about them on content that addresses the issues that matter to them, what a shock, fj truly is the third reich, sound the alarm, inform the chosen people of their impending doom.