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#508625 - All i have to say is that I can't understand why people here …  [+] (3 replies) 10/25/2016 on Moved to /gayretards/ 0
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#508641 - reginleif (10/25/2016) [-]
Well this doesn't seem to be copy pasta....

Nobody cares if he's racists/sexist, because they are fighting against larger issues (xenophobia/immigration) if the Left wasn't so massively retarded and actually helped the US worker, then maybe Trump wouldn't be in the position he is right now.

I get your concerns about him, and I'm not voting for him (because foreign policy) but you have to realize how petty you sound that because of SJW issues, we can't take a stand against globalism.

If the Left wanted the election, they could have given up the free trade platform, but they prefer to gamble it seems.
#512820 - IrishRovre (10/26/2016) [-]
I can assure you I'm not a copypasta and thanks first and foremost for responding without being condescending, arrogant or aggressive.

"Nobody cares if he's racists/sexist" but they do and those who do are the ones who aren't white men. If the next leader of the strongest country in the world is a man who has had business practices that discriminated time after time against african americans, still believes that the central park 5 deserve the death penalty and hates muslims to such a degree that he'll even mock the parents of a dead arab american war veteran who died for his country then if you were any other race other than white do you not think there'd be fears over how he'd treat them policy wise? Also what xenophobia issue? All that seems to come from Trump himself. And I know immigration is an issue but Trump is focusing on all the wrong aspects of it. The US is not the only country with widespread immigration issues, I'm english speaking european, do you have any idea how much we take in both off our asylum seeker policies and free movment of europeans bringing in large numbers of people from countries with lower standards of living?

"if the Left wasn't so massively retarded and actually helped the US worker, then maybe Trump wouldn't be in the position he is right now" I'm not in any way a defender of the left so I'll give you that but its not as if the Right had only Trump to choose from. Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, hell even Jeb were all there?

SJW Issues? Which ones are those? The "grab her by the pussy" line was a big deal dude. It promotes a very unhealthy attitude towards women. It's not "SJW", I'm not talking about safe spaces, I'm talking about bodily autonomy.

Also how did you feel about Trump outright refusing to honour the election results if he loses?

I'm not sure, how trade affects the US, I'm aware they get a lot of concessions from the WTO but I don't know their economy so I;m not gonna pretend I do.

Thanks again, I must say for being cordial.
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#508632 - puckisthis (10/25/2016) [-]
Lol like we care dude. We like trump probably for own reasons.
#12 - The UK controls its own laws. What the hell are you talking ab…  [+] (2 replies) 07/05/2016 on xD -1
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#13 - enkmaster (07/05/2016) [-]
Maybe the part where unelected foreign bureaucrats maintain the right to create legislation that every nation in the EU must accept, regardless of the will of the people?

Or the part where the only thing close to allowing people to vote for their say within the EU is a full two jumps away from general election?

Or where over 10 000 of those bureaucrats' identities are not released to the general public?

What I meant is that the UK has the potential to not simply survive, but to thrive outside the EU. I think it's worth taking that chance to ensure that the voices of your people are heard.
#14 - IrishRovre (07/05/2016) [-]
>Maybe the part where unelected foreign bureaucrats maintain the right to create legislation that every nation in the EU must accept, regardless of the will of the people?

Your current next prime minister will be unelected. You have an unelected matriarch.

>Or the part where the only thing close to allowing people to vote for their say within the EU is a full two jumps away from general election?

Ireland had the lisbon treaty changed TWICE because they weren't happy with its original framework. The EU listens over the big issues.

>Or where over 10 000 of those bureaucrats' identities are not released to the general public?

This isn't the WTO. All work done within the EU is totally transparent. Why do you need to know all the names anyways?

>What I meant is that the UK has the potential to not simply survive, but to thrive outside the EU. I think it's worth taking that chance to ensure that the voices of your people are heard.

Well congratulations, you got fucked over by Farage instead of experts who said otherwise.
#10 - How? Do you have any idea how much favours the EU does for the…  [+] (4 replies) 07/05/2016 on xD 0
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#11 - enkmaster (07/05/2016) [-]
Personally? I believe that control of one's own laws and country are a bit more important than economic stability, especially when it's already been shown that you can probably live pretty well without them.
#12 - IrishRovre (07/05/2016) [-]
The UK controls its own laws. What the hell are you talking about?

Also what countries demonstrate efficiency outside the EU and have a similar economic climte to that of the EU?
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#13 - enkmaster (07/05/2016) [-]
Maybe the part where unelected foreign bureaucrats maintain the right to create legislation that every nation in the EU must accept, regardless of the will of the people?

Or the part where the only thing close to allowing people to vote for their say within the EU is a full two jumps away from general election?

Or where over 10 000 of those bureaucrats' identities are not released to the general public?

What I meant is that the UK has the potential to not simply survive, but to thrive outside the EU. I think it's worth taking that chance to ensure that the voices of your people are heard.
#14 - IrishRovre (07/05/2016) [-]
>Maybe the part where unelected foreign bureaucrats maintain the right to create legislation that every nation in the EU must accept, regardless of the will of the people?

Your current next prime minister will be unelected. You have an unelected matriarch.

>Or the part where the only thing close to allowing people to vote for their say within the EU is a full two jumps away from general election?

Ireland had the lisbon treaty changed TWICE because they weren't happy with its original framework. The EU listens over the big issues.

>Or where over 10 000 of those bureaucrats' identities are not released to the general public?

This isn't the WTO. All work done within the EU is totally transparent. Why do you need to know all the names anyways?

>What I meant is that the UK has the potential to not simply survive, but to thrive outside the EU. I think it's worth taking that chance to ensure that the voices of your people are heard.

Well congratulations, you got fucked over by Farage instead of experts who said otherwise.
#83 - Law student here. The guy was breaking into a comple…  [+] (2 replies) 09/10/2015 on Kickass Facts 4 +10
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#111 - taniv (09/10/2015) [-]
Well said. Booby traps are illegal too aren't they?
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#97 - ainoninom (09/10/2015) [-]
This guy shouldn't be thumbed down. If you disagree with him it doesn't change the fact that it's the law. Harmful booby-traps are pretty illegal and always difficult to justify in court.
#146 - That's an interesting case. Nero originally was very brave whe…  [+] (1 reply) 12/31/2014 on Insane Rulers 0
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#160 - nustix (12/31/2014) [-]
I understand he did it for a reason, powerful leaders often use scapegoats and religious minorities are an easy target. I was just wondering if the story itself was true. Not whether it was an act of insanity.
#99 - It's not about sources being wrong, its about them being misre…  [+] (2 replies) 12/30/2014 on Insane Rulers +4
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#131 - nustix (12/30/2014) [-]
Was the thing about using christians as light source true?
#147 - IrishRovre (12/31/2014) [-]
I've explained that above.
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