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#155 - UN's multinational and being that they rely on multiple co…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#160 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
We buying all their stuff is that allows them to be so big and have so much power because every single country in the world buys millions from them.
#153 - i understand we're not the police, and it's quite obvious. …  [+] (11 new replies) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#154 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
UN Can't do shit because America won't let them do shit.
Also, news flash, America and the rest of the first world (mea culpa, I'll admit) are the ones supporting China to do all that stuff.
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#223 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
I think you have it the other way around. The U.N. is nothing but an impotent bureaucracy, made even more impotent by the corruption of it's member nations.

Peace is but a shroud for corruption….
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#225 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Someone's been reading too much Tom Clancy.
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#232 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
No sir, I've never read any of those books. I don't even listen to conspiracy radio, either.

The U.N. is corrupt. It's resolutions are (to knowledge) non-binding. Their "peacekeeping" normally consists of sitting on their asses and taking kickbacks while somebody gets their hands cut off because they didn't want to dig up diamonds.

They've also got a pretty nice human rights record (inaction). I want you to look these up…

BLANGLADESH, 1971.
RWANDA, 1994.
SREBRENICA, 1995.
DARFUR, 2003-PRESENT DAY.
"PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC" OF CHINA, (?)-PRESENT DAY.

Oh, what have we here, a PERMANENT member of the U.N. Security Council is seemingly part of the problem.

The truth hurts.
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#234 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Yeah... let's all forget that the US Spearheads and menaces every single UN motion that goes against its interests.
Also "Peace is but a shroud for corruption" is just about as facist as "A civilization that lets its bravest be warriors is governed by cowards".
Talking about questionable human rights and members of the UNSC... give me a G, give me an U, give me an A, give me an N.... amo Bay.
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#242 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
And other member nations don't do the same? That's a moot point.

Leave The Bay out of this, it's old news (only 162 inmates today). The Chinese are still torturing people or working them to death for supposedly "subverting the socialist system"...

Communist torture techniques make NATO stuff look like a massage, I shit you not.

And the painful truth is Fascism?

Communism is like Aspirin, It's marketed under a plethora of different names and ascribed a plethora of different properties, so everyone can capitalize on it

Wakey, wakey! The racketeering operation that is government will get you NOWHERE.
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#243 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
TL;DR.
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#244 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
Your loss.
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#246 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
'Tis no one's loss.
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#155 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
UN's multinational
and being that they rely on multiple countries decision, they could probably override it.

i'd like to know what exactly we're doing with china here, becuase i haven't seen that once.
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#160 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
We buying all their stuff is that allows them to be so big and have so much power because every single country in the world buys millions from them.
#151 - get rid of the government and supply some actual living condit…  [+] (13 new replies) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#152 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
They don't have the fucking technology to cross the god damn pacific with their missiles.
Also, no, the US is not the fucking police. Unless asked by a rebel cell from inside the country or actively at war with the country, they have no god damn right to enter and shoot the head of state.
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#153 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
i understand we're not the police, and it's quite obvious.
but it comes to a point where someone at somepoint needs to say something, china's supporting something that's quite wrong and are going to keep supporting it, and the world doesn't seem to really care, and the UN isn't doing their job.

and even if they don't have the technology to cross the pacific ocean, it doesn't matter, china's with them and i doubt they'll hesitate to give it to them if they asked for it. we've been stuck in this rivalry with russia and china since the 50s.
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#154 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
UN Can't do shit because America won't let them do shit.
Also, news flash, America and the rest of the first world (mea culpa, I'll admit) are the ones supporting China to do all that stuff.
User avatar
#223 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
I think you have it the other way around. The U.N. is nothing but an impotent bureaucracy, made even more impotent by the corruption of it's member nations.

Peace is but a shroud for corruption….
User avatar
#225 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Someone's been reading too much Tom Clancy.
User avatar
#232 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
No sir, I've never read any of those books. I don't even listen to conspiracy radio, either.

The U.N. is corrupt. It's resolutions are (to knowledge) non-binding. Their "peacekeeping" normally consists of sitting on their asses and taking kickbacks while somebody gets their hands cut off because they didn't want to dig up diamonds.

They've also got a pretty nice human rights record (inaction). I want you to look these up…

BLANGLADESH, 1971.
RWANDA, 1994.
SREBRENICA, 1995.
DARFUR, 2003-PRESENT DAY.
"PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC" OF CHINA, (?)-PRESENT DAY.

Oh, what have we here, a PERMANENT member of the U.N. Security Council is seemingly part of the problem.

The truth hurts.
User avatar
#234 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Yeah... let's all forget that the US Spearheads and menaces every single UN motion that goes against its interests.
Also "Peace is but a shroud for corruption" is just about as facist as "A civilization that lets its bravest be warriors is governed by cowards".
Talking about questionable human rights and members of the UNSC... give me a G, give me an U, give me an A, give me an N.... amo Bay.
User avatar
#242 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
And other member nations don't do the same? That's a moot point.

Leave The Bay out of this, it's old news (only 162 inmates today). The Chinese are still torturing people or working them to death for supposedly "subverting the socialist system"...

Communist torture techniques make NATO stuff look like a massage, I shit you not.

And the painful truth is Fascism?

Communism is like Aspirin, It's marketed under a plethora of different names and ascribed a plethora of different properties, so everyone can capitalize on it

Wakey, wakey! The racketeering operation that is government will get you NOWHERE.
User avatar
#243 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
TL;DR.
User avatar
#244 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
Your loss.
User avatar
#246 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
'Tis no one's loss.
User avatar
#155 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
UN's multinational
and being that they rely on multiple countries decision, they could probably override it.

i'd like to know what exactly we're doing with china here, becuase i haven't seen that once.
User avatar
#160 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
We buying all their stuff is that allows them to be so big and have so much power because every single country in the world buys millions from them.
#147 - i doubt china would care about the human rights aspect anyway.…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#149 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Yea you're right, Human rights is the last thing China cares about.
#143 - if china weren't there, it would be a decent time, but only to…  [+] (15 new replies) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#150 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Fair enough, but threats from an enemy that can't deliver are the same as no threats at all. So what would be the point?
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#151 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
get rid of the government and supply some actual living conditions to the population

a threat though is still a threat, especially when it comes to nuclear power, that's stuff that you should take seriously, delivery or not.
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#152 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
They don't have the fucking technology to cross the god damn pacific with their missiles.
Also, no, the US is not the fucking police. Unless asked by a rebel cell from inside the country or actively at war with the country, they have no god damn right to enter and shoot the head of state.
User avatar
#153 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
i understand we're not the police, and it's quite obvious.
but it comes to a point where someone at somepoint needs to say something, china's supporting something that's quite wrong and are going to keep supporting it, and the world doesn't seem to really care, and the UN isn't doing their job.

and even if they don't have the technology to cross the pacific ocean, it doesn't matter, china's with them and i doubt they'll hesitate to give it to them if they asked for it. we've been stuck in this rivalry with russia and china since the 50s.
User avatar
#154 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
UN Can't do shit because America won't let them do shit.
Also, news flash, America and the rest of the first world (mea culpa, I'll admit) are the ones supporting China to do all that stuff.
User avatar
#223 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
I think you have it the other way around. The U.N. is nothing but an impotent bureaucracy, made even more impotent by the corruption of it's member nations.

Peace is but a shroud for corruption….
User avatar
#225 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Someone's been reading too much Tom Clancy.
User avatar
#232 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
No sir, I've never read any of those books. I don't even listen to conspiracy radio, either.

The U.N. is corrupt. It's resolutions are (to knowledge) non-binding. Their "peacekeeping" normally consists of sitting on their asses and taking kickbacks while somebody gets their hands cut off because they didn't want to dig up diamonds.

They've also got a pretty nice human rights record (inaction). I want you to look these up…

BLANGLADESH, 1971.
RWANDA, 1994.
SREBRENICA, 1995.
DARFUR, 2003-PRESENT DAY.
"PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC" OF CHINA, (?)-PRESENT DAY.

Oh, what have we here, a PERMANENT member of the U.N. Security Council is seemingly part of the problem.

The truth hurts.
User avatar
#234 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Yeah... let's all forget that the US Spearheads and menaces every single UN motion that goes against its interests.
Also "Peace is but a shroud for corruption" is just about as facist as "A civilization that lets its bravest be warriors is governed by cowards".
Talking about questionable human rights and members of the UNSC... give me a G, give me an U, give me an A, give me an N.... amo Bay.
User avatar
#242 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
And other member nations don't do the same? That's a moot point.

Leave The Bay out of this, it's old news (only 162 inmates today). The Chinese are still torturing people or working them to death for supposedly "subverting the socialist system"...

Communist torture techniques make NATO stuff look like a massage, I shit you not.

And the painful truth is Fascism?

Communism is like Aspirin, It's marketed under a plethora of different names and ascribed a plethora of different properties, so everyone can capitalize on it

Wakey, wakey! The racketeering operation that is government will get you NOWHERE.
User avatar
#243 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
TL;DR.
User avatar
#244 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
Your loss.
User avatar
#246 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
'Tis no one's loss.
User avatar
#155 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
UN's multinational
and being that they rely on multiple countries decision, they could probably override it.

i'd like to know what exactly we're doing with china here, becuase i haven't seen that once.
User avatar
#160 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
We buying all their stuff is that allows them to be so big and have so much power because every single country in the world buys millions from them.
#142 - as far as i know i dont think it'd be very good for china …  [+] (4 new replies) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#146 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
They are not doing it openly, but everyone knows they do. Its one of those god damn politics no one understand. Probably because of the communism in both countries.
#145 - therianek has deleted their comment.
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#147 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
i doubt china would care about the human rights aspect anyway.
they dont exactly have a clean record themselves.
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#149 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Yea you're right, Human rights is the last thing China cares about.
#134 - eu has nothing in common just saying we could do what we u…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#138 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Not in this case. N.K. Has really strong support from China. Any hostile action would have terrible consequences. Unless China changes her relations with N.K. Nothing will change. IMHO.
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#142 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
as far as i know
i dont think it'd be very good for china if they actually supported a government like north korea's. yes the money aspect but it'll also be a pretty bold human rights thing.
User avatar
#146 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
They are not doing it openly, but everyone knows they do. Its one of those god damn politics no one understand. Probably because of the communism in both countries.
#145 - therianek has deleted their comment.
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#147 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
i doubt china would care about the human rights aspect anyway.
they dont exactly have a clean record themselves.
User avatar
#149 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Yea you're right, Human rights is the last thing China cares about.
#131 - we could nag the EU for ten years straight  [+] (8 new replies) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts 0
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#132 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
What does EU have common with North Korea? I dont get this.
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#134 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
eu has nothing in common
just saying we could do what we usually do and have the EU help us.
we probably havent fought a war without them.
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#138 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Not in this case. N.K. Has really strong support from China. Any hostile action would have terrible consequences. Unless China changes her relations with N.K. Nothing will change. IMHO.
User avatar
#142 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
as far as i know
i dont think it'd be very good for china if they actually supported a government like north korea's. yes the money aspect but it'll also be a pretty bold human rights thing.
User avatar
#146 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
They are not doing it openly, but everyone knows they do. Its one of those god damn politics no one understand. Probably because of the communism in both countries.
#145 - therianek has deleted their comment.
User avatar
#147 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
i doubt china would care about the human rights aspect anyway.
they dont exactly have a clean record themselves.
User avatar
#149 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Yea you're right, Human rights is the last thing China cares about.
#127 - honestly this would be a good time for the US to intervene. …  [+] (32 new replies) 12/12/2013 on Admin fun facts -2
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#214 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
Unless you have a good plan for regime change in China, you can't reunify the Korean Peninsula. An added bonus of the current Chinese government "vanishing" would be the erasure of The Debt.

Honestly, none of this will happen unless the Americans clean out their own crooked-ass government first...

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#137 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
China, also, no, it is never a good time for the US to intervene unless it is asked to do so by a rebel cell inside of that country or something similar. 'Tis not of their god damn business.
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#245 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
There's a lot of ways in which that practice can go wrong.
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#247 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
There's a lot of ways anything can go wrong.
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#248 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
That's not much of an answer….
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#249 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
That was not much of an argument. "This has downsides" is not exactly the best observation, mate.
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#143 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
if china weren't there, it would be a decent time, but only to give some aid, military involvement is a no.
no one else seems to be concerned and the US has received multiple nuclear threats so i think it's about time.
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#150 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Fair enough, but threats from an enemy that can't deliver are the same as no threats at all. So what would be the point?
User avatar
#151 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
get rid of the government and supply some actual living conditions to the population

a threat though is still a threat, especially when it comes to nuclear power, that's stuff that you should take seriously, delivery or not.
User avatar
#152 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
They don't have the fucking technology to cross the god damn pacific with their missiles.
Also, no, the US is not the fucking police. Unless asked by a rebel cell from inside the country or actively at war with the country, they have no god damn right to enter and shoot the head of state.
User avatar
#153 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
i understand we're not the police, and it's quite obvious.
but it comes to a point where someone at somepoint needs to say something, china's supporting something that's quite wrong and are going to keep supporting it, and the world doesn't seem to really care, and the UN isn't doing their job.

and even if they don't have the technology to cross the pacific ocean, it doesn't matter, china's with them and i doubt they'll hesitate to give it to them if they asked for it. we've been stuck in this rivalry with russia and china since the 50s.
User avatar
#154 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
UN Can't do shit because America won't let them do shit.
Also, news flash, America and the rest of the first world (mea culpa, I'll admit) are the ones supporting China to do all that stuff.
User avatar
#223 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
I think you have it the other way around. The U.N. is nothing but an impotent bureaucracy, made even more impotent by the corruption of it's member nations.

Peace is but a shroud for corruption….
User avatar
#225 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Someone's been reading too much Tom Clancy.
User avatar
#232 - scowler (12/12/2013) [-]
No sir, I've never read any of those books. I don't even listen to conspiracy radio, either.

The U.N. is corrupt. It's resolutions are (to knowledge) non-binding. Their "peacekeeping" normally consists of sitting on their asses and taking kickbacks while somebody gets their hands cut off because they didn't want to dig up diamonds.

They've also got a pretty nice human rights record (inaction). I want you to look these up…

BLANGLADESH, 1971.
RWANDA, 1994.
SREBRENICA, 1995.
DARFUR, 2003-PRESENT DAY.
"PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC" OF CHINA, (?)-PRESENT DAY.

Oh, what have we here, a PERMANENT member of the U.N. Security Council is seemingly part of the problem.

The truth hurts.
User avatar
#234 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
Yeah... let's all forget that the US Spearheads and menaces every single UN motion that goes against its interests.
Also "Peace is but a shroud for corruption" is just about as facist as "A civilization that lets its bravest be warriors is governed by cowards".
Talking about questionable human rights and members of the UNSC... give me a G, give me an U, give me an A, give me an N.... amo Bay.
User avatar
#242 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
And other member nations don't do the same? That's a moot point.

Leave The Bay out of this, it's old news (only 162 inmates today). The Chinese are still torturing people or working them to death for supposedly "subverting the socialist system"...

Communist torture techniques make NATO stuff look like a massage, I shit you not.

And the painful truth is Fascism?

Communism is like Aspirin, It's marketed under a plethora of different names and ascribed a plethora of different properties, so everyone can capitalize on it

Wakey, wakey! The racketeering operation that is government will get you NOWHERE.
User avatar
#243 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
TL;DR.
User avatar
#244 - scowler (12/13/2013) [-]
Your loss.
User avatar
#246 - thebestpieever (12/13/2013) [-]
'Tis no one's loss.
User avatar
#155 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
UN's multinational
and being that they rely on multiple countries decision, they could probably override it.

i'd like to know what exactly we're doing with china here, becuase i haven't seen that once.
User avatar
#160 - thebestpieever (12/12/2013) [-]
We buying all their stuff is that allows them to be so big and have so much power because every single country in the world buys millions from them.
User avatar
#130 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
They cant, North Korea has support of China, any action would probably cause world war III. Thats why nothing happened yet.
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#131 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
we could nag the EU for ten years straight
User avatar
#132 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
What does EU have common with North Korea? I dont get this.
User avatar
#134 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
eu has nothing in common
just saying we could do what we usually do and have the EU help us.
we probably havent fought a war without them.
User avatar
#138 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Not in this case. N.K. Has really strong support from China. Any hostile action would have terrible consequences. Unless China changes her relations with N.K. Nothing will change. IMHO.
User avatar
#142 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
as far as i know
i dont think it'd be very good for china if they actually supported a government like north korea's. yes the money aspect but it'll also be a pretty bold human rights thing.
User avatar
#146 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
They are not doing it openly, but everyone knows they do. Its one of those god damn politics no one understand. Probably because of the communism in both countries.
#145 - therianek has deleted their comment.
User avatar
#147 - digeredoo (12/12/2013) [-]
i doubt china would care about the human rights aspect anyway.
they dont exactly have a clean record themselves.
User avatar
#149 - therianek (12/12/2013) [-]
Yea you're right, Human rights is the last thing China cares about.
#4 - the "if you have nothing to hide you should be okay"… 12/10/2013 on An interesting thought +12