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#315 - yeah, I get your point, but those are not sovereign states in …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2013 on 'Merica 0
User avatar #324 - tylersaurusrex (01/11/2013) [-]
I think the best way to explain it is (in comparison, not actuality) England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are the equivalent of US states, each has their own counties and to extent their own laws and different ways of doing things but are all part of the same country.
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#90 - Like I said, you can thumb me down like a child throwing a tan… 01/11/2013 on 'Merica +2
#86 - United Kingdom From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia J…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2013 on 'Merica 0
User avatar #90 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
Like I said, you can thumb me down like a child throwing a tantrum, but what I have posted is the truth. A statement that is legally binding.
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#85 - en. [url deleted] /wiki/ List of sovereign_states 01/11/2013 on 'Merica +2
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#82 - You can thumb me down as much as you want, but it doesn't chan…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/11/2013 on 'Merica +9
#306 - anonymous (01/11/2013) [-]
Wiki is hardly a consistent source, if you look at the pages for England, Wales and Scotland they will say:

"Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and the island of Great Britain" (notice country, dipshit)
"Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Occupying the northern third of the island of Great Britain" (oh look, what a surprise)
"England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. It shares land borders with Scotland to the north and Wales to the west" (is it a miracle? no you're just being fucking retarded)

I haven't thumbed down any of your comments. A little hint from me is to check the continuity of your sources before you assume that if wikipedia says something it must be the truth.
User avatar #316 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
Here's part of an excerpt of some of the legal documentation concerning a constituative theory of stateshood: The constitutive theory of statehood defines a state as a person of international law if, and only if, it is recognized as sovereign by other states. This theory of recognition was developed in the 19th century. Under it, a state was sovereign if another sovereign state recognized it as such. Because of this, new states could not immediately become part of the international community or be bound by international law, and recognized nations did not have to respect international law in their dealings with them.[18] In 1815 at the Congress of Vienna the Final Act only recognised 39 sovereign states in the European diplomatic system, and as a result it was firmly established that in future new states would have to be recognized by other states, and that meant in practice recognition by one or more of the great powers.[
User avatar #315 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
yeah, I get your point, but those are not sovereign states in international law. The UN only views those "countries" as constituent countries. They are more like the US in that Scotland would be an equivalent to Texas in the US. I know this might be confusing, but trust a guy who studies international law. Legally those "countries" as constituent nations under the sovereign state of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Though you might have some validity to your argument, it's only based in namesake and not in legally binding criteria. The UN is an organ of international law that abides by a constituative doctrine.
User avatar #324 - tylersaurusrex (01/11/2013) [-]
I think the best way to explain it is (in comparison, not actuality) England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are the equivalent of US states, each has their own counties and to extent their own laws and different ways of doing things but are all part of the same country.
#138 - anonymous (01/11/2013) [-]
Not for much longer if Scotland has anything to say about it :D
User avatar #85 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
en. [url deleted] /wiki/ Listofsovereign_states
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#77 - No, those are "nations" not countries. They are not …  [+] (8 new replies) 01/11/2013 on 'Merica +11
User avatar #82 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
You can thumb me down as much as you want, but it doesn't change the facts. So keep being a little pissant crybaby whenever someone corrects you, see how far you get in life.

Look at this list: [url deleted]
tell me if you see England, Wales, Scotland in this list you pillock? No, because they are members of the sovereign state: The United Kingdom
#306 - anonymous (01/11/2013) [-]
Wiki is hardly a consistent source, if you look at the pages for England, Wales and Scotland they will say:

"Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and the island of Great Britain" (notice country, dipshit)
"Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Occupying the northern third of the island of Great Britain" (oh look, what a surprise)
"England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. It shares land borders with Scotland to the north and Wales to the west" (is it a miracle? no you're just being fucking retarded)

I haven't thumbed down any of your comments. A little hint from me is to check the continuity of your sources before you assume that if wikipedia says something it must be the truth.
User avatar #316 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
Here's part of an excerpt of some of the legal documentation concerning a constituative theory of stateshood: The constitutive theory of statehood defines a state as a person of international law if, and only if, it is recognized as sovereign by other states. This theory of recognition was developed in the 19th century. Under it, a state was sovereign if another sovereign state recognized it as such. Because of this, new states could not immediately become part of the international community or be bound by international law, and recognized nations did not have to respect international law in their dealings with them.[18] In 1815 at the Congress of Vienna the Final Act only recognised 39 sovereign states in the European diplomatic system, and as a result it was firmly established that in future new states would have to be recognized by other states, and that meant in practice recognition by one or more of the great powers.[
User avatar #315 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
yeah, I get your point, but those are not sovereign states in international law. The UN only views those "countries" as constituent countries. They are more like the US in that Scotland would be an equivalent to Texas in the US. I know this might be confusing, but trust a guy who studies international law. Legally those "countries" as constituent nations under the sovereign state of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Though you might have some validity to your argument, it's only based in namesake and not in legally binding criteria. The UN is an organ of international law that abides by a constituative doctrine.
User avatar #324 - tylersaurusrex (01/11/2013) [-]
I think the best way to explain it is (in comparison, not actuality) England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are the equivalent of US states, each has their own counties and to extent their own laws and different ways of doing things but are all part of the same country.
#138 - anonymous (01/11/2013) [-]
Not for much longer if Scotland has anything to say about it :D
User avatar #85 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
en. [url deleted] /wiki/ Listofsovereign_states
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#75 - How I know a 'merican made this? The hubris and the fact that …  [+] (11 new replies) 01/11/2013 on 'Merica +12
#114 - Bloodgartham (01/11/2013) [-]
FALSE: Irish Republicans also view Ireland as one, and not split in the fake border of Northern Ireland.
#121 - Devvo (01/11/2013) [-]
TRUE: we haven't surrendererd to the dirty fenian scum yet. NO SURRENDER and God save the Queen.
#136 - anonymous (01/11/2013) [-]
Fuck the Queen. The monarchy's an outdated and pointless system with no political relevance in this day and age. It just serves as a platform to waste money on keeping a famously inbred bunch of figureheads well fed.

You seem to have this obsession with being part of this ideal Britain that just doesn't fucking exist. If you're so infatuated with this then move to bloody England and leave Ireland to the people who want it. Independence is coming, for Ireland and for Scotland, and there's little people like yourself can do to stop it.
#330 - Devvo (01/12/2013) [-]
If you don't like it fuck off down south? Northern Ireland will always be British. Who the fuck would want to be part of Ireland? Stupid taig
#230 - kerplunking (01/11/2013) [-]
From an economic perspective, only an absolute idiot would want NI to be part of Ireland rather than the UK.

And while the monarchy may be a disgusting institution in what they represent, they are definitely not a waste of money. The monarchy costs each Briton about 50p per year, but brings in millions of pounds.
#206 - Bloodgartham (01/11/2013) [-]
Our day will come :)
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#130 - Bloodgartham (01/11/2013) [-]
Wrong: You have allready lost. All the time the Irish wanted their country back, you have cried out "Democracy!" because you people had the higher vote, to keep "Northern Ireland" and keep your flag up.

Now that the Republicans have the higher vote in the democratic system, you suddenly go all shitballs on everything, because the same democracy you have been using for years and years, isn't going your way.
#332 - Devvo (01/12/2013) [-]
It is. Just not in Belfast, we have to have a coalition. No choice on that. Terrorists in suits MUST make up half the executive. Your day has come, you've got a much bigger country down there, I suggest you use it.
#336 - Bloodgartham (01/13/2013) [-]
You have the whole of bloody Britain. Why don't you go over there, to the Lords and Ladies you so desperately want to be in company with.
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#24 - **thatissogross rolled a random image posted in comment #268…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2013 on Ouch, Maybe some ice would... +5
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#105 - d'att Svensk titel  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2013 on Får man ta mat nu? +8
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#48 - **thatissogross rolled a random image posted in comment #253… 01/11/2013 on Nazi conspiracy 0
#108 - MFW 01/11/2013 on fire fighters +1
#217 - alright, 4 for 1... 01/11/2013 on Daniel Radcliffe +4
#216 - **thatissogross rolled a random image posted in comment #50 …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2013 on Daniel Radcliffe +16
#217 - thatissogross (01/11/2013) [-]
alright, 4 for 1...
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#91 - Comment deleted 01/11/2013 on hahaha..haaha..ha 0
#141 - Mascot's FW 01/11/2013 on Happy Birthday BITCH! +7
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