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Awesomecarrot

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Age: 21
Date Signed Up:10/01/2010
Last Login:7/27/2016
Location:England
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#27 - Poor things 06/01/2016 on The humans shall pay for this. +1
#26 - Picture 06/01/2016 on The humans shall pay for this. 0
#45 - Chris Harris (the one to the right of Chris Evans), would have…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/31/2016 on BBC +1
#47 - kez (05/31/2016) [-]
The reason james may worked was because he was with two crazy idiots.

He brought the show back to solid ground from the stupidity and wackyness, yet he had the sense of humour to be able to go along with them.

Its about the relationships, the ying and the yang. Guns are pretty shit without bullets.
#136 - No problem mate, I see what you're saying, it's almost as thou… 05/30/2016 on Britan - A cucked empire +1
#101 - Alright, if it collapses again and there's no-one there to h… 05/30/2016 on Britan - A cucked empire -1
#100 - It's far from a perfect system, certainly, but it certainly wi…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/30/2016 on Britan - A cucked empire 0
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#113 - cursedjester (05/30/2016) [-]
Fair enough.
I think the EU started off with good graces but will continue digging itself into a hole unless some new kind of reform gets it back on track. I think its the reason why smaller countries have gotten themselves into this position in the first place.

For example; the lending power from countries like Germany and France have enabled smaller nations, such as Greece, to borrow more than they could ever hope to afford previously. It's what caused the economic collapse when the well run dry; It simply gave them too much support and now its desperately working to try and right it, but at the same time others are joining in to try and get at 'Germany's credit card' too. I was on the island of Cyprus for example when it switched to the euro and now its economy has plummeted.
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#114 - cursedjester (05/30/2016) [-]
Do excuse my writing. I keep hitting enter before checking it first.
I hate not having an edit function in these.
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#136 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
No problem mate, I see what you're saying, it's almost as though the EU has little
purpose now that WWII is long gone. But the core ideals of shared interests and
general security for countries involved can't be a bad thing. The system just needs
overhauling into the new era a little more.
#98 - Would you rather all of Greece's 11 million people fled the country?  [+] (2 new replies) 05/30/2016 on Britan - A cucked empire +1
#99 - phawsy (05/30/2016) [-]
**phawsy used "*roll picture*"**
**phawsy rolled image** but you said "lets say greece's economy collapses because we didnt help them" it already happened
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#101 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
Alright, if it collapses again and there's no-one there to help them.
#92 - These are scaremongering figures, propagated by tabloid newspa…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/30/2016 on Britan - A cucked empire -1
#94 - phawsy (05/30/2016) [-]
**phawsy used "*roll picture*"**
**phawsy rolled image** Ok? but greece's economy did collapse, they are loads in debt and cant do anything
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#98 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
Would you rather all of Greece's 11 million people fled the country?
#99 - phawsy (05/30/2016) [-]
**phawsy used "*roll picture*"**
**phawsy rolled image** but you said "lets say greece's economy collapses because we didnt help them" it already happened
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#101 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
Alright, if it collapses again and there's no-one there to help them.
#84 - There seems to be some kind of delusion that if we remain in t…  [+] (19 new replies) 05/30/2016 on Britan - A cucked empire +3
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#122 - ironstorm (05/30/2016) [-]
Do you like being controlled by people in Brussels you didn't vote for?
Those are the people we should be afraid of. Career politicians who are only interested in their own paycheck.
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#139 - zonetransferrer (05/31/2016) [-]
pls shut up and go away where you came from you noob, BREXIT is bad idea, but i see how you can not understand it because you eat antiimigrant propaganda like its nothing. stupid shit.
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#140 - ironstorm (05/31/2016) [-]
It's not propaganda if it's true. Immigration-friendly countries are having serious problems with violent refugees and immigrants...all while the politicians try to sweep it under the rug.

A good chunk of foreigners DO actually follow the law and work jobs, those are not the ones I complain about.
#93 - cheesywilly (05/30/2016) [-]
If a frog is placed in a boiling hot pan of water, he will jump out straight away. If you place him in a pan of water and boil it slowly, he will stay there until he dies.
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#88 - cursedjester (05/30/2016) [-]
There are good points indeed.
The EU helps demolish barriers between nations, encourages global co-operation and keeps a central authority on things. To name a few.

Unfortunately the bad points are glowing as of late.
Countries have almost no control over their borders, are forced to pay for other economies and any rules the EU imposes are absolute. If a new agreement came in and the majority voted yes, the countries who don't want any part of it would still have to take it on. The EU has also made an effort to push its preferred political parties. The cherry on top is the costs of being in the EU alone - The smaller countries don't get much of a say in how things run.

It was good for economy and co-operation at first, but now its like a charity forcing its members to pay for refugees and failing business practices - Countries are using it like a life raft and its sinking.
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#100 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
It's far from a perfect system, certainly, but it certainly will sink if we don't stay to support it.
I don't think many countries in Europe are ready, politically and economically, to stand up
on their own two feet without the support the EU lends. I'm thinking about other countries more than my own when I vote remain. And the better other allied countries are, the better ours is.
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#113 - cursedjester (05/30/2016) [-]
Fair enough.
I think the EU started off with good graces but will continue digging itself into a hole unless some new kind of reform gets it back on track. I think its the reason why smaller countries have gotten themselves into this position in the first place.

For example; the lending power from countries like Germany and France have enabled smaller nations, such as Greece, to borrow more than they could ever hope to afford previously. It's what caused the economic collapse when the well run dry; It simply gave them too much support and now its desperately working to try and right it, but at the same time others are joining in to try and get at 'Germany's credit card' too. I was on the island of Cyprus for example when it switched to the euro and now its economy has plummeted.
User avatar
#114 - cursedjester (05/30/2016) [-]
Do excuse my writing. I keep hitting enter before checking it first.
I hate not having an edit function in these.
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#136 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
No problem mate, I see what you're saying, it's almost as though the EU has little
purpose now that WWII is long gone. But the core ideals of shared interests and
general security for countries involved can't be a bad thing. The system just needs
overhauling into the new era a little more.
#90 - anon (05/30/2016) [-]
if we don't help other countries economies by leaving then won't we have to deal with illegals from those countries too?
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#87 - phawsy (05/30/2016) [-]
EU is forcing a qouta to take in refugees, if any other country in the eu is attacked or in debt we have to help out even if we don't want to, england is being flooded with foreigners who aren't denied at all cause they are in the eu, 12 million turkish people said if turkey joins the eu then they will move to england.
We have to follow all the eu rules, theres even a rule someones trying to pass where no far right people can ever get into power, the eu is starting to become a dictatorship
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#92 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
These are scaremongering figures, propagated by tabloid newspapers. You've got to be very careful what you read.

You're right about the UK having to bail out other countries in need, but think about it:
let's say Greece's economy collapses because we didn't help them out. What results
is all of Greece's population becoming economic refugees. And I'm sure you'll agree
that the last thing the EU needs is more refugees.

And the 12 million turks you're referring to probably come from this article: www.express.co.uk/news/uk/672563/Turkey-EU-Britain-exclusive-poll-crime-figures-Turks and upon reading it, it makes no sense at all. "We interviewed 2,600 people across Turkey to ask if they'd move the UK after Turkey joins the EU. 15.8% said they WOULD consider this. This means that 12 million turks are moving to the UK." Is basically what they're saying. I've read the full report and I still don't know where the 12 million figure is coming from.
#94 - phawsy (05/30/2016) [-]
**phawsy used "*roll picture*"**
**phawsy rolled image** Ok? but greece's economy did collapse, they are loads in debt and cant do anything
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#98 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
Would you rather all of Greece's 11 million people fled the country?
#99 - phawsy (05/30/2016) [-]
**phawsy used "*roll picture*"**
**phawsy rolled image** but you said "lets say greece's economy collapses because we didnt help them" it already happened
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#101 - Awesomecarrot (05/30/2016) [-]
Alright, if it collapses again and there's no-one there to help them.
#86 - anon (05/30/2016) [-]
I don't see things going to hell if the vote is to leave either.
Too many scare tactics.
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#85 - flemmi (05/30/2016) [-]
THE Exit People have a point the Stay People want to rule with fear. So if you think "one side says: Bad shit could happen" than they don't accutal have apoint
#89 - anon (05/30/2016) [-]
both sides are running fear campaigns, but the sad truth is that it doesn't matter if we leave or stay we still have to deal with europes shit
#33 - I laughed at this picture more than anything else I've seen on… 05/29/2016 on Brutalize 0