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#105 - That's not most of them though. There's never been a call for …  [+] (15 replies) 09/06/2016 on Islamic Bookstore +1
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#106 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
It's not about fearing individuals but about fearing the encroachment of their ideologies. Look at what has happened to Germany and Sweden when their numbers swell. Religion is a brainwashing device that can make rational people believe in nonsense like the Koran and that can be used to motivate people to act certain ways, especially politically.

Many really believe that their god wants them to form caliphates around the world but they cannot do this unless they have the numbers to vote.
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#108 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Yeah I live right next to Germany and I come there a few times a year. When people say 'look at Germany or Sweden', that's what I actually do in the most literal sense. And that coutnry is completely fine. People act like it's the end of the world over there but I see nothing when I'm there except for hysterical newspaper headlines. It's an issue over there and something that affects the political landscape very heavily. But nothing really significant is going down there. It's just fearmogering and mass-hysteria.

Religion, like any ideology, can be used for good and bad. There are tons of terrible things done in the name of religion throughout all of history. But like most other things, it's not necesarilly bad. I know depressive people who cope with their depression because of their religion. Many great contributions to science and art were done be religious people despite or even because of their religion (yes even in name of Islam). Isaac Newton was one of the greatest scientists ever, but he also studied magic and alchemy. Charles Darwin has mode great contributions to science but has as a religious man that was very reluctant to post his work because of the religious implications. If you ever have the chance to visit the Sixtine Chaple I ask of you to look at the roof and tell me that that is not an amazing expression of humanity through religion.

You're right, there are muslims who want there to be a new caliphate (although what that entails can be extremly diverse). But just like many jews didn't move to Israel, tons of muslims want nothing to do with this notion of the caliphate. The reason why I explicitly mention individuals is because that's how I judge people. I think that it's one of the greatest values of the West. If a muslim is violent, hateful, sexist or doesn't adhere to my country's law in any other way, then prosecute him and punish him. But only him. His actions do not poison the rest.
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#109 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
"It's not about fearing individuals but about fearing the encroachment of their ideologies."

I already stated this.

Just look at how backwards the Koran is and just look at how the Islamic world compares to the West. The more Muslims you have, the more problems that you have.
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#114 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Although I get your point about the Quran, it a holy book. They're all like that. The Bible and Thora just as much.

As for the Islamic World, that a gross over-generlization. Do not forget that the war in Syria started because of the Arab spring. A movement that was explicitely calling for the stepping down of dicatators and reforms that would make it more like the West.
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#115 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
The origin of the Syrian war has no bearing on Islam being a fucking cancer. Everywhere Islam goes liberty dies.
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#116 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
You seem to have a very strong opinion on this and I doubt I'll make you see the other side. So I'll stop having this discussion. Although I disagree with you, you're entitled to your opinion.
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#117 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
What exactly are you disagreeing with me about. I've already said that this is not about individual Muslims but Islam as an ideology. It's quite obvious that as religiosity of any kind goes down in a society it's standards of living improve. Islam missed the enlightenment-boat 400 years ago and now is perpetually stuck in the dark ages. Those ideologies are incompatible with the Western way and should not ever be pandered to.
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#118 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
I disagree with the notion the reilgion is inherently bad and that it's directly tied to standards of living.

I disagree that Islam as a whole is a threat to Western society.

I disagree that Islam 'missed enlightenment' or that even if it did, it would or could never follow it up anyway.

Lastly I disagree that Islam is inherently incompatible with Western society. But I do agree that muslims who come to the West need to adapt to the laws and learn the language of their new country.
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#120 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
>I disagree with the notion the reilgion is inherently bad and that it's directly tied to standards of living.

Religion sells lies and brainwashes peple into believing nonsense and acting in bad ways based on these lies.

>I disagree that Islam as a whole is a threat to Western society.

The more Islamic people you have, the more they can lobby through the political system to have laws changed to suit themselves.

>I disagree that Islam 'missed enlightenment' or that even if it did, it would or could never follow it up anyway.

Of course it did! The Enlightenment was when we were able to govern ourselves separately from religion. Most of the Muslim countries still use the Koran as the basis for their laws and social customs. We don't chop hands off for theft for example.

>Lastly I disagree that Islam is inherently incompatible with Western society. But I do agree that muslims who come to the West need to adapt to the laws and learn the language of their new country.

By now you should see that that by having people voting to change laws can make a Western nation more Islamic. They tend to out-breed Westerners as well, so the notion that they can out-vote the native population is real.



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#133 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Religion can be used for many purposes. It does not necesarilly brainwash people. For example: The official stand point of the Vatican on scientific progress is that it;s good and they do not oppose new discoveries.

That's true, it's called democracy. But I have no reason to believe muslims would ever be so prevalent in Europe or America

It did, but there's no reason for that Islamic countries could still follow this. Enlightement did not have a single timeframe. They didn't 'miss the boat'. Following the Quran isn't done by all muslim countries. Turkey or Indonesia for example do not follow sharia law yet have huge muslim majority.

Third world immigrants do usually have more children then natives. But this levels out after 2-3 generations. The muslim population in my country hasn't grown for 8 years now.
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#135 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
The Vatican, as I said, opposes condoms which have been scientifically proven to drastically reduce the spread of STIs and prevents unwanted children. That is science and they oppose it.

Religion in general does indeed brainwash people because it demands that you reject critical thinking when examining claims about supposed supernatural events.

Islams is spreading into Europe faster now than ever before; have you not been paying attention to the news?

Turkey and Indonesia still have many Islamic aspects to their culture. Do you know what Erdogan is doing right now as we speak?

Time for some research!

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#138 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
The Vatican does not claim condoms don't sstop the spread of STI's. I've heard only of zealous protestant christians in the US who claim this. The Vatican is opposed to birth control, which is not an unscientific stance. They claim the spread of sexual diseases can be prevented by not sleeping around. Which is not untrue. So this argument of yours has no ground.

Religion, like any ideology, can be used to stop people from critical thinking but that's not ncessarilly the case. The scientific method was thought of by religious men. Religion has only been declining for a century in the West, yet science is much much older then that. Most discoveries then were done by religious people. So this of yours argument isn't valid either

Yes, I have. But the news has an interest in making it seem worse then it is. Well all is wel and good people don't watch the news. Fear is how they make their money. So instead I look at the numbers, and what do I see? Population of muslims in my country hasn't been rising since 2008. Europe takes in only a few percents of muslim refugees but even if they were to take in all of them, then the muslim population of Europe would rise from 4 to 5 percent. It's not really spreading because it seems that way. Don't watch the news, read demogrpahic articles.

In their culture they do, there's nothing wrong with that as long as you have a secular non-religious law. Now of course a secular law doesn't have to be good, just look at North-Korea. But it goes to show that reluigion often isn't the culprit, it's authoritarian regimes.

Both countries have been secular for decades and Turkey for almost a century now. What Erdogan is doing is terrible. But many people oppose him. I've yet to met a Turk who didn't think he is a terrible man. Both countries have been islamic for centuries, yet both do not have sharia law. So your argument that islamic people=sharia law is false as well.

Now please provid an argument that I can't so eaily break.
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#143 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
Here's your proof for the Vatican's unscientific stance.

www.theguardian.com/world/2009/mar/17/pope-africa-condoms-aids

The scientific method shows that the Bible and it's stories are not true, so to keep people in their church they don't want you to think that deeply. It doesn't matter who thought of the methods in the first place, what matters is that when you employ it now with the evidence and understanding of the 21st century, the claims of these religions are obliterated.

Here's proof also of Islam fucking up Europe.

muslimstatistics.wordpress.com/

North Korea is a personality cult just like a religion. They are not democratic either, obviously.

My argument was not that all Muslims want Sharia, but many do. It depends on whether they are Shiite or Sunni.
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#202 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Nothing in that article is unscientific, it's just not a good stance in my opninion. Abstinence is a theoratical solution to HIV spreading. I think it's impractical but it's not unscientific.

The bible itself doesn't claim it should be taken literally, nor does the Vatican. They claim the bible is unfallible in morals but not in science and history.

www.catholic.com/magazine/articles/is-everything-in-the-bible-true

If looked at a few articles of that site, most of them have either no references or refereces conviently not in English. They talk about anonymous phone calls with the Swedish police which aren't possible to verify. This site does not seem objective and seems to try in masking their sources.

North Korea is cult-like yes, but it's not a religion. Look up the definition of a religion.

#230 - popeflatus (09/07/2016) [-]
It's completely unscientific because they are claiming that condoms are worse than AIDS! They think that there is an invisible man that sends them commands without any proof whatsoever! The "theoretical" solution has been shown to be completely ineffective. The hypothesis has been shown to be false. Their claim is unscientific.

Claims without proof are inherently unscientific.

If they claim that the Bible is infallible then that claim has to be met with sufficient evidence to demonstrate it. Obviously this has not happened and so again we have another unscientific stance. The Vatican believes that the commands of Jesus are to be taken literally, as well as having to believe that he is God.

More claims with zero proof, as per usual. This is what we call an unscientific claim.

I clicked on the first ten articles that appeared on the Muslim statistic website an all were in English. Some were translated from Swedish but still readable.

richarddawkins.net/2015/01/extremism-and-islamism-just-a-few-bad-apples/
www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/articles/10-reasons-not-peace.aspx
www.thereligionofpeace.com/
www.islam-watch.org/alisina/why_I_left_Islam.htm

That will keep you going for a while.

#100 - I live in a European country iwth a significant muslim populat…  [+] (17 replies) 09/06/2016 on Islamic Bookstore 0
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#102 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
Actually it's probably because we know what Muslims believe and how in large numbers they form insular communities and want to bring things like Sharia law into Western nations.
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#105 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
That's not most of them though. There's never been a call for sharia law in my country (apart from some small protests with less then a hundred people) even though 5% of the population is muslim and muslims have been living here for 40 years.

I live with them, I talk to them, my barber is a muslim as is my local butcher, and I keep concluding that they are no different from any other person I meet. Most of the younger ones aren't even practicing muslims anymore. They don't wear hijabs, a lot of them drink.

Some of them do form insulatr communites, that's true. But this differs greatly by their country of origin. These communities aren't formed based on religion but on country of origin. A lot of turks don't live with Marrocans who don't live with Iranians. But this isn't exclusive to muslim groups. (Christian) Indonesians do the same, as do the Chinese and even Americans and Canadians.

I'm still not seeing why I should be afraid of any of them.
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#106 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
It's not about fearing individuals but about fearing the encroachment of their ideologies. Look at what has happened to Germany and Sweden when their numbers swell. Religion is a brainwashing device that can make rational people believe in nonsense like the Koran and that can be used to motivate people to act certain ways, especially politically.

Many really believe that their god wants them to form caliphates around the world but they cannot do this unless they have the numbers to vote.
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#108 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Yeah I live right next to Germany and I come there a few times a year. When people say 'look at Germany or Sweden', that's what I actually do in the most literal sense. And that coutnry is completely fine. People act like it's the end of the world over there but I see nothing when I'm there except for hysterical newspaper headlines. It's an issue over there and something that affects the political landscape very heavily. But nothing really significant is going down there. It's just fearmogering and mass-hysteria.

Religion, like any ideology, can be used for good and bad. There are tons of terrible things done in the name of religion throughout all of history. But like most other things, it's not necesarilly bad. I know depressive people who cope with their depression because of their religion. Many great contributions to science and art were done be religious people despite or even because of their religion (yes even in name of Islam). Isaac Newton was one of the greatest scientists ever, but he also studied magic and alchemy. Charles Darwin has mode great contributions to science but has as a religious man that was very reluctant to post his work because of the religious implications. If you ever have the chance to visit the Sixtine Chaple I ask of you to look at the roof and tell me that that is not an amazing expression of humanity through religion.

You're right, there are muslims who want there to be a new caliphate (although what that entails can be extremly diverse). But just like many jews didn't move to Israel, tons of muslims want nothing to do with this notion of the caliphate. The reason why I explicitly mention individuals is because that's how I judge people. I think that it's one of the greatest values of the West. If a muslim is violent, hateful, sexist or doesn't adhere to my country's law in any other way, then prosecute him and punish him. But only him. His actions do not poison the rest.
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#109 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
"It's not about fearing individuals but about fearing the encroachment of their ideologies."

I already stated this.

Just look at how backwards the Koran is and just look at how the Islamic world compares to the West. The more Muslims you have, the more problems that you have.
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#114 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Although I get your point about the Quran, it a holy book. They're all like that. The Bible and Thora just as much.

As for the Islamic World, that a gross over-generlization. Do not forget that the war in Syria started because of the Arab spring. A movement that was explicitely calling for the stepping down of dicatators and reforms that would make it more like the West.
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#115 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
The origin of the Syrian war has no bearing on Islam being a fucking cancer. Everywhere Islam goes liberty dies.
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#116 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
You seem to have a very strong opinion on this and I doubt I'll make you see the other side. So I'll stop having this discussion. Although I disagree with you, you're entitled to your opinion.
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#117 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
What exactly are you disagreeing with me about. I've already said that this is not about individual Muslims but Islam as an ideology. It's quite obvious that as religiosity of any kind goes down in a society it's standards of living improve. Islam missed the enlightenment-boat 400 years ago and now is perpetually stuck in the dark ages. Those ideologies are incompatible with the Western way and should not ever be pandered to.
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#118 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
I disagree with the notion the reilgion is inherently bad and that it's directly tied to standards of living.

I disagree that Islam as a whole is a threat to Western society.

I disagree that Islam 'missed enlightenment' or that even if it did, it would or could never follow it up anyway.

Lastly I disagree that Islam is inherently incompatible with Western society. But I do agree that muslims who come to the West need to adapt to the laws and learn the language of their new country.
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#120 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
>I disagree with the notion the reilgion is inherently bad and that it's directly tied to standards of living.

Religion sells lies and brainwashes peple into believing nonsense and acting in bad ways based on these lies.

>I disagree that Islam as a whole is a threat to Western society.

The more Islamic people you have, the more they can lobby through the political system to have laws changed to suit themselves.

>I disagree that Islam 'missed enlightenment' or that even if it did, it would or could never follow it up anyway.

Of course it did! The Enlightenment was when we were able to govern ourselves separately from religion. Most of the Muslim countries still use the Koran as the basis for their laws and social customs. We don't chop hands off for theft for example.

>Lastly I disagree that Islam is inherently incompatible with Western society. But I do agree that muslims who come to the West need to adapt to the laws and learn the language of their new country.

By now you should see that that by having people voting to change laws can make a Western nation more Islamic. They tend to out-breed Westerners as well, so the notion that they can out-vote the native population is real.



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#133 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Religion can be used for many purposes. It does not necesarilly brainwash people. For example: The official stand point of the Vatican on scientific progress is that it;s good and they do not oppose new discoveries.

That's true, it's called democracy. But I have no reason to believe muslims would ever be so prevalent in Europe or America

It did, but there's no reason for that Islamic countries could still follow this. Enlightement did not have a single timeframe. They didn't 'miss the boat'. Following the Quran isn't done by all muslim countries. Turkey or Indonesia for example do not follow sharia law yet have huge muslim majority.

Third world immigrants do usually have more children then natives. But this levels out after 2-3 generations. The muslim population in my country hasn't grown for 8 years now.
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#135 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
The Vatican, as I said, opposes condoms which have been scientifically proven to drastically reduce the spread of STIs and prevents unwanted children. That is science and they oppose it.

Religion in general does indeed brainwash people because it demands that you reject critical thinking when examining claims about supposed supernatural events.

Islams is spreading into Europe faster now than ever before; have you not been paying attention to the news?

Turkey and Indonesia still have many Islamic aspects to their culture. Do you know what Erdogan is doing right now as we speak?

Time for some research!

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#138 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
The Vatican does not claim condoms don't sstop the spread of STI's. I've heard only of zealous protestant christians in the US who claim this. The Vatican is opposed to birth control, which is not an unscientific stance. They claim the spread of sexual diseases can be prevented by not sleeping around. Which is not untrue. So this argument of yours has no ground.

Religion, like any ideology, can be used to stop people from critical thinking but that's not ncessarilly the case. The scientific method was thought of by religious men. Religion has only been declining for a century in the West, yet science is much much older then that. Most discoveries then were done by religious people. So this of yours argument isn't valid either

Yes, I have. But the news has an interest in making it seem worse then it is. Well all is wel and good people don't watch the news. Fear is how they make their money. So instead I look at the numbers, and what do I see? Population of muslims in my country hasn't been rising since 2008. Europe takes in only a few percents of muslim refugees but even if they were to take in all of them, then the muslim population of Europe would rise from 4 to 5 percent. It's not really spreading because it seems that way. Don't watch the news, read demogrpahic articles.

In their culture they do, there's nothing wrong with that as long as you have a secular non-religious law. Now of course a secular law doesn't have to be good, just look at North-Korea. But it goes to show that reluigion often isn't the culprit, it's authoritarian regimes.

Both countries have been secular for decades and Turkey for almost a century now. What Erdogan is doing is terrible. But many people oppose him. I've yet to met a Turk who didn't think he is a terrible man. Both countries have been islamic for centuries, yet both do not have sharia law. So your argument that islamic people=sharia law is false as well.

Now please provid an argument that I can't so eaily break.
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#143 - popeflatus (09/06/2016) [-]
Here's your proof for the Vatican's unscientific stance.

www.theguardian.com/world/2009/mar/17/pope-africa-condoms-aids

The scientific method shows that the Bible and it's stories are not true, so to keep people in their church they don't want you to think that deeply. It doesn't matter who thought of the methods in the first place, what matters is that when you employ it now with the evidence and understanding of the 21st century, the claims of these religions are obliterated.

Here's proof also of Islam fucking up Europe.

muslimstatistics.wordpress.com/

North Korea is a personality cult just like a religion. They are not democratic either, obviously.

My argument was not that all Muslims want Sharia, but many do. It depends on whether they are Shiite or Sunni.
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#202 - toensix (09/06/2016) [-]
Nothing in that article is unscientific, it's just not a good stance in my opninion. Abstinence is a theoratical solution to HIV spreading. I think it's impractical but it's not unscientific.

The bible itself doesn't claim it should be taken literally, nor does the Vatican. They claim the bible is unfallible in morals but not in science and history.

www.catholic.com/magazine/articles/is-everything-in-the-bible-true

If looked at a few articles of that site, most of them have either no references or refereces conviently not in English. They talk about anonymous phone calls with the Swedish police which aren't possible to verify. This site does not seem objective and seems to try in masking their sources.

North Korea is cult-like yes, but it's not a religion. Look up the definition of a religion.

#230 - popeflatus (09/07/2016) [-]
It's completely unscientific because they are claiming that condoms are worse than AIDS! They think that there is an invisible man that sends them commands without any proof whatsoever! The "theoretical" solution has been shown to be completely ineffective. The hypothesis has been shown to be false. Their claim is unscientific.

Claims without proof are inherently unscientific.

If they claim that the Bible is infallible then that claim has to be met with sufficient evidence to demonstrate it. Obviously this has not happened and so again we have another unscientific stance. The Vatican believes that the commands of Jesus are to be taken literally, as well as having to believe that he is God.

More claims with zero proof, as per usual. This is what we call an unscientific claim.

I clicked on the first ten articles that appeared on the Muslim statistic website an all were in English. Some were translated from Swedish but still readable.

richarddawkins.net/2015/01/extremism-and-islamism-just-a-few-bad-apples/
www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/articles/10-reasons-not-peace.aspx
www.thereligionofpeace.com/
www.islam-watch.org/alisina/why_I_left_Islam.htm

That will keep you going for a while.

#61 - In One Piece? Not a giant (seperate species), not a devil-frui…  [+] (4 replies) 09/05/2016 on One Piece has shit figured out 0
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#78 - Pootering (09/05/2016) [-]
Dwarf Squirrel people lmaooooo. I think Princess Mansherry and the rest are called the Tatanka tribe or some shit like that? Dumbass dressrossans thought they were fairies lmao gay
#68 - heyyoutoo (09/05/2016) [-]
The problem is that there are such things as longleg tribe, longarm tribe, etc. So what is regular?
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#108 - toensix (09/05/2016) [-]
Just your regular person that you see in towns or in the marines or any other village.

Those weird tribes aren't seen as regular people, that's why they're named as such.
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#80 - Pootering (09/05/2016) [-]
When you fucking see a crowd of people in one piece just in the town. Or like Navy grunts. They're all significantly smaller. Sometimes I would see Doflamingo and think he was 8 ft tall for fuck's sake.
#58 - Not to mention there's a size difference in regular people whe…  [+] (6 replies) 09/05/2016 on One Piece has shit figured out 0
#59 - kapkap (09/05/2016) [-]
what defines a "regular" person?
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#61 - toensix (09/05/2016) [-]
In One Piece? Not a giant (seperate species), not a devil-fruit eater, not one of those dwarf-squirel people from Dressrosa (also a different species), no fishmen, no Skypieans/Shandorians/Birkans, not one of these new animal people.

I think that's most ones. With regular I mean anyone who's from the Human species (there are other ones that look like humans, like giants) and has not eaten a devil fruit which has the possibility of extremly altering someone's body.
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#78 - Pootering (09/05/2016) [-]
Dwarf Squirrel people lmaooooo. I think Princess Mansherry and the rest are called the Tatanka tribe or some shit like that? Dumbass dressrossans thought they were fairies lmao gay
#68 - heyyoutoo (09/05/2016) [-]
The problem is that there are such things as longleg tribe, longarm tribe, etc. So what is regular?
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#108 - toensix (09/05/2016) [-]
Just your regular person that you see in towns or in the marines or any other village.

Those weird tribes aren't seen as regular people, that's why they're named as such.
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#80 - Pootering (09/05/2016) [-]
When you fucking see a crowd of people in one piece just in the town. Or like Navy grunts. They're all significantly smaller. Sometimes I would see Doflamingo and think he was 8 ft tall for fuck's sake.
#53 - You must not be very familiar with One Piece. Nothing is farth…  [+] (8 replies) 09/05/2016 on One Piece has shit figured out +5
#57 - kapkap (09/05/2016) [-]
the average female waist is about the size of an arm in OP
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#58 - toensix (09/05/2016) [-]
Not to mention there's a size difference in regular people where the smallest regular person would fit about 15 times in the largest regular person.
#59 - kapkap (09/05/2016) [-]
what defines a "regular" person?
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#61 - toensix (09/05/2016) [-]
In One Piece? Not a giant (seperate species), not a devil-fruit eater, not one of those dwarf-squirel people from Dressrosa (also a different species), no fishmen, no Skypieans/Shandorians/Birkans, not one of these new animal people.

I think that's most ones. With regular I mean anyone who's from the Human species (there are other ones that look like humans, like giants) and has not eaten a devil fruit which has the possibility of extremly altering someone's body.
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#78 - Pootering (09/05/2016) [-]
Dwarf Squirrel people lmaooooo. I think Princess Mansherry and the rest are called the Tatanka tribe or some shit like that? Dumbass dressrossans thought they were fairies lmao gay
#68 - heyyoutoo (09/05/2016) [-]
The problem is that there are such things as longleg tribe, longarm tribe, etc. So what is regular?
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#108 - toensix (09/05/2016) [-]
Just your regular person that you see in towns or in the marines or any other village.

Those weird tribes aren't seen as regular people, that's why they're named as such.
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#80 - Pootering (09/05/2016) [-]
When you fucking see a crowd of people in one piece just in the town. Or like Navy grunts. They're all significantly smaller. Sometimes I would see Doflamingo and think he was 8 ft tall for fuck's sake.
#152 - But racism against white people is illegal. By law at least...  [+] (3 replies) 09/05/2016 on Nigger Racing +1
#154 - newdevyx (09/05/2016) [-]
I'm sure you can point the law out to me. In the US, UK or Germoney, because i know sure as hell that there is no such law in my country.
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#156 - toensix (09/05/2016) [-]
I can point it out in Dutch. It's the first article of the constitution.

My translation:
Anyone who is residing on Dutch soil, will be treated equally. Discrimination on grounds of religion, ideology, political affiliation, race, gender or any other grounds, is prohibited.
#159 - newdevyx (09/05/2016) [-]
#151 - Apparently it's real.  [+] (1 reply) 09/05/2016 on Nigger Racing +3
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#171 - reaperriley (09/05/2016) [-]
Huh, well ill be damned. Its even better that its a black guy's thing too. I can understand rolling with nigger and the confederate flag.... but the Nazi flag seems to be a weird choice. This is some dave chappelle level shit.

Im really curious to what they are protesting or whatever.