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#22 - ketchupshinobi ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
And all because China said it wanted to fly over some rocks
#24 to #22 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
An oversimplification. If I were Japan or South Korea, I'd want to make myself an undesirable target for China too. China is itching to expand and they aren't bothering to hide it.
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#317 to #218 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
If China wants to expand they would also want to pick a country with weaker military might that they could take quickly. otherwise the US might feel the need to get involved. and if anyone can battle China it would be those noisy bastards.
User avatar #120 to #22 - wooyoungkim (12/19/2013) [-]
That's Dokdo (For Koreans), Takeshima(for Japanese) or LIancourt rocks (for everybody else) and that is between Koreans and Japanese you uncultured **** .

I'm just joking I love you
#16 - lastgentleman (12/19/2013) [-]
You may be tired of those comics Muhrica,but the rest of the  world is tired of Muhrica it's self.
You may be tired of those comics Muhrica,but the rest of the world is tired of Muhrica it's self.
#17 to #16 - thasmackdown **User deleted account** (12/19/2013) [-]
I don't think Brits realize how much Europe hates their pompous asses as well
#25 to #17 - wheres (12/19/2013) [-]

Half the population is chavscum.
User avatar #43 to #25 - thebestpieever (12/19/2013) [-]
Half? That's generous.
#232 to #43 - wheres (12/19/2013) [-]
Sad to agree with you.
#87 to #17 - logicstrike (12/19/2013) [-]
you don't think we know, where do you think half of it is coming from
#58 to #17 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
And who said he's British?
#263 to #58 - thasmackdown **User deleted account** (12/19/2013) [-]
nobody did. IDGAF Brits still blow and from what this guy said, he might as well be.
User avatar #121 to #17 - furiousmarshmellow (12/19/2013) [-]
Even the British hate the British.
User avatar #223 to #121 - thebestpieever (12/19/2013) [-]
Damn them Brits! They ruined Britain!
User avatar #41 to #17 - voltkills (12/19/2013) [-]
hate greece or spain instead, their the ones ******* Europe up. Britain is just sitting here trying to not get flooded by Romanians and polish people.
User avatar #49 to #41 - parcedon (12/19/2013) [-]
and yet allowing sand ******* to rape your wimmens and your customs.
User avatar #52 to #49 - voltkills (12/19/2013) [-]
thats sweden, we dont have that many ************ here, and they stay in the cities, ******* eastern europeans are everywhere.
User avatar #53 to #52 - parcedon (12/19/2013) [-]

5 seconds on google, first result on the list.

"Latest NHS hospital figures record 144 assaults in 2011/12 involving corrosive substances, which can also include petrol, bleach and kerosene.

Six years earlier, 56 such episodes were noted."

thats a nearly 300% increase
User avatar #54 to #53 - voltkills (12/19/2013) [-]
heh, well, its not like we let them do that, our border force are morons for the most part. and our protection of human rights laws mean that if someone claims asylum we pretty much just let them in most of the time.
User avatar #331 to #41 - traelos (12/20/2013) [-]
I don't give a **** about Europe.

The reason I hate Britain is because they act just as arrogant as the U.S. and then whenever the meet an American start screaming about how arrogant Americans are.

We think we're the best country in the world because we have the highest GDP, biggest army and therefore most influence of any single country.

The Brits think the U.K. is the best country in the world because...I don't even ******* know why, but they'll be sure to tell you how much better it is than the "arrogant" U.S.

Oh yes, I am very buttmad.
User avatar #341 to #331 - voltkills (12/20/2013) [-]
ok, first of all, id like to say sorry for the more idiotic brits, truth is they are probably jealous of the US. youve saved our country like 4 times now and that kinda gets to alot of us, me, i love USA, probably move there one day (or Canada). another reason people here hate you, is plainly because you re arrogant, this thread (my comment at least) was meant to be an internal thing in the EU, and then you come along and make it about america, i dont really mind, but still, if someone already disliked the US, this combined with lots of other, similar stuf would push them over the edge.
#343 to #341 - traelos (12/20/2013) [-]
Not that America isn't the greatest country in the world and my being born here doesn't automatically make me better than you in every way, but this is a thread about 'murica. So I think it's fair to say I'm not the one who tried to make it all about me.
User avatar #344 to #343 - voltkills (12/20/2013) [-]
******* hell man, get the **** over yourself, amercia is a great country, the people however, make it utter ***** .
#345 to #344 - traelos (12/20/2013) [-]
You're just jealous of us American's superior work ethic, physical shape, and intellect, which allow us to outproduce you, outlift you bro and detect sarcasm.

But whatever, enjoy your life of inferiority peasant.
User avatar #346 to #345 - voltkills (12/20/2013) [-]
2/10 troll m8.
User avatar #347 to #346 - traelos (12/20/2013) [-]
It wasn't a troll.

It was just regular every day sarcasm.
User avatar #349 to #348 - traelos (12/20/2013) [-]

Okay then.
User avatar #31 to #17 - whatupnachoface (12/19/2013) [-]
That is not really accurate...
#29 to #17 - lastgentleman (12/19/2013) [-]
>Implying I'm British.
>Implying I'm British.
#265 to #29 - thasmackdown **User deleted account** (12/19/2013) [-]
>Implying I implied that.

But you certainly act British, pompous ass.
User avatar #222 to #17 - thebestpieever (12/19/2013) [-]
Considering a lot of us make the argument that Britain is not really Europe (I don't but still) there is a sense that Britain is superior to mainland Europe.
User avatar #213 to #17 - dimppa (12/19/2013) [-]
well aside from being US's lap dog and trying to separate itself from EU as much as possible they are OK.
User avatar #173 to #17 - halbeardy (12/19/2013) [-]
I'm a brit, and even i hate my own pompous ass
#309 to #17 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
He/she is not British you prejudmental spastic
#329 to #309 - thasmackdown **User deleted account** (12/20/2013) [-]
Shocker, I don't care, calling me prejudice is quite ironic at that sunny boy.
#155 to #16 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
" It's self"... It is self?
User avatar #151 to #16 - nigeltheoutlaw (12/19/2013) [-]
Yeah, if you were so tired of us then you wouldn't be heavily dependent on us for military protection and grain exports. Get over yourself.
User avatar #267 to #151 - toensix (12/19/2013) [-]
Military protection from who?

My country is self-sustaining in cattle and vegies we sell what we don't need and buy grain from Russia not the US.
#233 to #151 - lastgentleman (12/19/2013) [-]
What?I'm Russian.So uhh...keep hating on the Brtits I guess.
What?I'm Russian.So uhh...keep hating on the Brtits I guess.
#262 to #233 - thasmackdown **User deleted account** (12/19/2013) [-]
Russia just as **** . Cold, depressing, and the language sounds angry for no reason.

Lets not even mention the fact that every Russian is scared of driving down the road without a video camera because you bastards are all Jews for insurance $$.
User avatar #326 to #233 - damping (12/20/2013) [-]
Enjoy living in a country with a dictator, along with extremely low GDP per capita for an industrialized nation. Russia is the biggest **** up of all developed nations.
User avatar #277 to #16 - xdeathspawnx (12/19/2013) [-]
why would Americans be tired of this comic, it portrays america in a positive light.
#72 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Whats the point in defense spending anymore. Theres nothing to be gained from a 21st century war that you couldn't buy in equivalent spending? The Russians and the United States have absolutely no reason to go to war anymore. The U.S. is on the road to being a net energy exporter the Russians already export a **** load of oil. The only thing worth fighting against is nuclear proliferation in unstable countries and everyone is against those countries (I'm looking at you Iran and North Korea) from building nukes. Its high time to start spending the money on something much more worth while.
#94 to #72 - kingderps (12/19/2013) [-]
We have no reason to go to war? How about cuz it's cool PEW PEW PEW! BOOOOM!!!
#96 to #94 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Ok you have me there sometimes I look at this picture and start to touch myself
User avatar #136 to #72 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
I think it was Benjamin Franklin that calculated the cost of the revolution and stated we could have bought our freedom. But the problem with your statement is that it's a logical ideal. It can't be done since the world doesn't work that way.
#140 to #136 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Freedom is priceless I was talking about more material things like rare earth metals, oil, and land.
User avatar #141 to #140 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
By no means is freedom priceless. At the time the revolution cost 100 million, now that's like 2.4 billion. No matter what war is over it cost money
#142 to #141 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
I don't think you understand it was priceless because we couldn't buy it. The U.S. tried twice to buy its way out of the Empire George wouldn't bite.
User avatar #144 to #142 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
I understand, but the amount we offered was not equivalent to how much we paid.
#147 to #144 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
And by the way American strategy put fourth by Ben Franklin was mean't to make the war expensive.
User avatar #150 to #147 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
And? this only proves my point that George had a price.
#156 to #150 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
No he didn't because he tried to take the United States again in the War of 1812 which was only ended because of the impending invasion by Napoleon and the Monarchy's powers were limited shortly after that.
User avatar #157 to #156 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
Ever heard of buyers remorse
#160 to #157 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Have I ever told you the definition of insanity?
User avatar #229 to #160 - thebestpieever (12/19/2013) [-]
Wow you guys got so turned around by your pseudo philosophical ******** that in the end the only thing you could do were crappy movie one-liners.
#273 to #229 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
What else could I do he wasn't making sense.
User avatar #224 to #160 - dimppa (12/19/2013) [-]
What a crappy way to end the discussion.
#145 to #144 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
We weren't haggling over price George wasn't going to sell the United States for any price thats the point.
User avatar #148 to #145 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
There was a price that George didn't know he had himself which was the cost of the war. Everyone has a price even if they don't realize it at the time. But this is far from my original point which is that the world doesn't work in an ideal way. We could have bought our freedom had George known the cost of a war but he didn't so we revolted and this all comes down the point of why we still have defense spending.
#152 to #148 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Then you misunderstood my point completely my point was going to war for things you can actually pay for like oil.
User avatar #154 to #152 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
You actually took my example and twisted it into something it wasn't. I get your point, mine is that what you claim is a logical ideal. It cannot be done on a large scale.
#159 to #154 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Ok keeping with young America example we could have and would have most likely gone to war with France over the Louisiana Purchase instead we bought it.
User avatar #162 to #159 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
Because France just lost a massive amount of funds in the Haiti revolts. And no we did not want to go to war with France who has always been considered an ally, we were prepared to buy just New Orleans but came out with the Louisiana purchase for just 5 times what we offered for just New Orleans instead.
#163 to #162 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Manifest Destiny one way or another we were going to get that land. Either by war, annex or purchase it was divine providence that we were going to rule the North American continent And France stopped being a solid ally after being nice to the U.S. landed Louis XVI head in a bucket.
User avatar #164 to #163 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
"solid ally" really now you're being nit picky. Also Manifest Destiny does nothing to the fact that France wanted out for cash.
#166 to #164 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Wait you mean that the United States bought something it wanted from another country for cash that it could have also obtained through conquest and it saved both countries money?!?! I thought that the real world didn't work that way.
User avatar #169 to #166 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
"It cannot be done on a large scale." The original deal was for just New Orleans and the end result was to fuel more weapons for France. Between allies where both had nothing to lose and everything to gain, yeah it can. But here's the catch your original statement deals with the modern era.
#171 to #169 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
You brought up the American Revolution as an example against my statement I was simply arguing that point. And I said the 21st century where your standard infantrymen costs anywhere between 5 to 15 million dollars and 1.1 billion dollar bombers dropping 110,000 dollar bombs and 2.4 billion dollar warships launch 1.45 million dollar missiles and fly fighters that cost 159 million dollars each.
#177 to #171 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
I forgot to mention in my last statement that the buy out was one guys decision in the heat of the moment, Monroe never contacted the president on the deal change, if one man/woman can make a choice it can follow an ideal but as soon as others are involved ideals remain what they are, possibilities. The past serves us a good ground to argue since the facts are there, that's why I brought it up. Cost of war may seem different but really they aren't (although we don't have a lot of data to compare). But here is what I can offer (picture), in respect to GDP we really haven't changed much.
#178 to #177 - playerdous (12/19/2013) [-]
Goddamn text color
#89 to #72 - amuzen ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
Not to mention if a big war were to break out it would almost certainly lead to Mutually assured destruction and if history has taught us one thing from world war 1 its that building up a larger arsenal of weapons isn't really a good war deterrent.
#90 to #89 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Anti-missile systems are about the only thing worth spending money on. Not multibillion dollar multipurpose aircraft that only one branch of the U.S. military wanted/needed. What I was getting at is that because of the cost of development of new war materials are increasing in price whats the purpose of going to war for anything except something you can't put a price on. Why bother dying for something you can buy for less and take the money you "saved" investing on something more worth while. I want my flying cars damn it!
User avatar #88 to #72 - LtMcG ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
It's to refer to more unstable times not particularly just the 21st century. Furthermore it is just trying to show that without the United States in the picture, no one could stand up to Russia's military. The United States today does not even have nearly as close to a defense budget as it did 10 years ago, so in the end, everyone is more so relying on deference than fielded armies
#92 to #88 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Agree that this was true during the cold war but now whats the point except feeding our own natural paranoia? Wars cost more in the 21st century then what you could possibly win by gaining territory. Why kill people break **** and spend more money to get what you want when you can buy it for less?
#80 to #72 - hurzg ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
Warm toilet papers that are made of wet napkins.
#84 to #80 - Uranium (12/19/2013) [-]
Heated toilet seat technology
#137 - boydaranga (12/19/2013) [-]
I don't get the joke
I don't get the joke
User avatar #170 to #137 - murpmurp ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
its telling those euro countries to increase the defense price. they didnt, they think they are fine with the money they put in
he also asked south korea and japan to increase.
and it refelects on how russia ***** their weak defenses because you know, its russia
#130 - soopabrentford (12/19/2013) [-]
does anyone else miss the times when Russia was friends with the West and always fought on our side in wars? Various wars against Napoleon and the Turks and World War One etc... yes I know the crimean war but that's more or less an exception to the rule
Always seems a shame to me to have such a powerful country, with which the West has more in common than you'd think at first glance, as an enemy especially when they used to be such a good ally...
pic related.
User avatar #241 - WhitePimp (12/19/2013) [-]
i can say I believe in isonationalism except for trading
User avatar #286 to #241 - allamericandude (12/19/2013) [-]
You're probably thinking of non-interventionism.
#26 - carlsagouin (12/19/2013) [-]
Actually Russia is only defending itself against the US placing weapons all over Europe frontiers.
User avatar #50 to #26 - reginleif ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
Russia is pushing it's weight around too, they're just in a weaker position right now so the US is getting away with more.
#197 to #26 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
actually the european union, especially germany, is highly dependent on russia and russia is highly dependent on the european union and germany. Don't let yourself be confused by the world wars, germany and russia are pretty close bonded.
User avatar #221 to #197 - dimppa (12/19/2013) [-]
and TBH even with the economy these days, Europe is really strong, way stronger than russia.
#237 - thismustbeseen (12/19/2013) [-]
Last I checked America wasn't in the business of defending Europe from anyone..

Any 2 of those 3 countries together have more military spending than Russia.

Who is there to defend against anyway? Russia's no enemy.
User avatar #242 to #237 - markusantonius (12/19/2013) [-]
then why do we have 100,000 troops stationed in europe ?
#251 to #242 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
To defend the US espionage centers there because an angry mob would overrun it and buttrape your precious NSA employees it u wouldn't.
#243 to #242 - thismustbeseen (12/19/2013) [-]
Because you love wasting money
#338 to #243 - anonymous (12/20/2013) [-]
50% percent of discretionary spending man... how corrupt a country do you have to be to throw away half your money on defense?
#339 to #338 - thismustbeseen (12/20/2013) [-]
I guess it was lost on some
User avatar #244 to #242 - vrthbvyfa (12/19/2013) [-]
Because it is convenient to have bases in some parts of europe, which are close to 'trouble areas'.
User avatar #246 to #244 - markusantonius (12/19/2013) [-]
Then we would only need bases in southern Europe. If you are referring to the troubled parts of Europe , why can't the Europeans deal with it ?
User avatar #248 to #246 - vrthbvyfa (12/19/2013) [-]
Because most of european countries are more like puppet states, America would rather fight on european soil than on their own.
User avatar #259 to #248 - markusantonius (12/19/2013) [-]
So it would be alright if we left and left the defense of Europe to the hands of the Europeans? Good luck coordinating that.
User avatar #283 to #259 - danmanjonesnz (12/19/2013) [-]
lol you think the US is the best country at waging war? You've not won anything you've started besides Iraq in 1991. Bunch of bumbling fools the DoD.
User avatar #335 to #283 - markusantonius (12/20/2013) [-]
At waging war we have no equal. The enemy we are fighting is different from the ones we've faced before. There are no front lines , no leader to capture , or main bunker to destroy. What we have been doing since 91 is to maintain stability ( which is pretty ****** difficult to do considering how the french and Brits left the middle east as a powder kegen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sykes%E2%80%93Picot_Agreement ). All that oil people say we are killing for , most of it goes to Europe . I'd like to see Europe stabilize countries that they are reliant upon for oil. We do it because if not us then who ? The Russians ? The Chinese ?
User avatar #337 to #335 - danmanjonesnz (12/20/2013) [-]
oh man there's so much wrong with what you've just said.
You srsly consider what you did in Iraq stabalising? More like ensuring Iraq continues to sell their oil in US dollars along with other nefarious geopolitical aims, none of which help the American people.
Your country is a corporate mecca and the only reason you spend so much of your taxes on military hardware is because it fills the pockets of powerful CEOs.
Your social welfare system sucks and you're all brainwashed into believing that's how it should be and that your soldiers defend your freedumb & yada yada yada. Your country is pathetic.
User avatar #285 to #259 - vrthbvyfa (12/19/2013) [-]
America would lose their pseudo empire and right to police the world if they did that. So I don't think they will do that.
User avatar #324 to #285 - olinerocks (12/19/2013) [-]
You think we LIKE policing the world? All the other powers do is bitch and moan at the US until something is done about it. Look at Bosnia, Euro powers werent doing jack squat and the US had to intervene to stop a ******* GENOCIDE.
User avatar #328 to #324 - vrthbvyfa (12/20/2013) [-]
well that's your fault for breaking up the british empire, britain made a living from doing what you pay so much to do through taxing colonies and trading.
#359 to #328 - anonymous (10/12/2014) [-]
yeah, we should have killed Ghandi when we had the chance.
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#199 - fareastbrainseer (12/19/2013) [-]
I want this to be of use some day.
#299 - mcswaggerjagger (12/19/2013) [-]
>impliny america every does anoything for other countries
>implying korea is even a viable country
>implaying that amerifags do anything other than shoot guns and eat burgers
>implying britfags arent eating tea lol

**** post 0/10 try harder mr political
User avatar #327 to #299 - damping (12/20/2013) [-]
Try harder.
User avatar #281 - PlagueDoctor (12/19/2013) [-]
whats the deal? what is this post about?
another eu/russia conflict?
please enlighten me
User avatar #270 - lolwtfbbqryan (12/19/2013) [-]
after living on an USAF base for years, this is pretty accurate.
#275 to #270 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
You think Russia is a threat to Europe in it's current state? None of the European countries are currently ready for war with another first world nation. Only America is.
User avatar #276 to #275 - lolwtfbbqryan (12/19/2013) [-]
Russia could kick the **** out of Germany, France, and Great Britain.
The only way any of them would stand a chance is with outside help.
#278 to #276 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
Russia has no force projection currently, nor are they economically capable of waging a war currently. Not to mention that their military is underfunded and still recovering from the 90's
User avatar #289 to #278 - icedcarbon ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
And not to mention they are getting a ******* of equipment from european nations and already considered getting tanks from germany if they don't get anything better.
User avatar #321 to #275 - tkfourtwoone ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
Except for Turkey. Just saying.
User avatar #134 - nustix (12/19/2013) [-]
If everyone is not spending anything on defense there is no reason to spend on defense because no one has a big army.

By the way what's the purpose of a hundred foot soldiers if someone throws an atombomb.
User avatar #59 - reginleif ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
>Implying we would let Europe fall to Russia.

I mean I'm sorry I know this feels good (who WOULDN'T want to see the English with even WORSE teeth under the Ruskie dental plan? ) but good feelings and just desserts don't make good international policies.

#318 to #59 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
>implying I wouldn't be glad if Europe fell to Russia
<gbiylpmi it's not better than being out-bred by immigrants to the point we become the united european emirates
User avatar #158 to #59 - nigeltheoutlaw (12/19/2013) [-]
Russia would probably take mainland Europe without much difficulty, which is why the continent was so dependent on the U.S. for military protection during the Cold War. If they were as capable as you say then the U.S. wouldn't have had cause to get involved in the first place.
User avatar #167 to #158 - reginleif ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
I'm not saying they're capable, I'm saying the US would get involved. The content shows us walking away from Europe, which unfortunately isn't the best choice, even if they would have it coming to them for being cheapasses with defense.
User avatar #168 to #167 - nigeltheoutlaw (12/19/2013) [-]
Oh, my mistake, I misunderstood what you said. Yeah, the U.S. would never let those Russkies take Europe, even if they have it coming for being cheap and ungrateful.
User avatar #138 to #59 - eating ONLINE (12/19/2013) [-]
if ruskies and americlaps go to war there wont be any europe (nor world) left to defend. so why bother
User avatar #271 - sidathe (12/19/2013) [-]
This is the best one so far. I actually like America
#114 - include (12/19/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#200 to #114 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
That made my day
#20 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
I'm confused. A polandball comic with the US and we're not being portrayed as fat, lazy, and stupid?

**** . I'm staying inside today, something has gone screwy with the world.
#298 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
I think Europe is like a class of Turks and Kurds..no one really like eachother and everybody hates the Turks and the Kurds
#180 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
I'm not saying urop should go overboard like murika and start spamming aircraft carriers and tanks like it's some sort of late game stage RTS but this comic is pretty much true.
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