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#117 - They're insane. Thats not something I'm saying to insult them.… 16 hours ago on "Just Fuck My Country Up... +1
#113 - ...************! Why'de you have to point it out?! I didn't ne… 17 hours ago on "Just Fuck My Country Up... 0
#132 - Thats a bit more conspiratorial than I'm willing to go. S…  [+] (1 new reply) 20 hours ago on Europe these days +1
#283 - antoniospaghettio (13 hours ago) [-]
I don't think EU or USA needs to go this far to - just playing we-have-reason-to-believe-card would be enough to bomb anyone they want in the Middle East.

If we assume, that the people who are in charge are not complete idiots and they know what they are doing, there must be a reason why mass media pushes the current agenda (after all, media outlets are controlled by the state).

My explanation, EU has become USA puppet, and USA wants chaos in Europe, so the capital from EU will flow to USA, to solve their high budget deficit.
USA controls the EU, which in turn controls the media, and makes stupid refugees policies.

Or maybe it's just years of 'tolerance' brainwash backfiring, and incompetent politicians, who are spoiled by decades of save environment. Seriously, here in Belgium, we haven't had a government for 1 year at some point. Nobody noticed a thing! The country could be run by monkeys, for all we know.
#81 - And the ironic thing is, that the government and media thinks …  [+] (3 new replies) 23 hours ago on Europe these days +7
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#99 - phawsy (22 hours ago) [-]
What if that is what they truly want, but realise that just flat out going "we are going to bomb them to shit" wouldn't look good if at least half the population still doesnt want it
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#132 - krobeles (20 hours ago) [-]
Thats a bit more conspiratorial than I'm willing to go.
Sure, if this year has taught me anything of importance, then it is that reality and conspiracy theory often align, sad as that statement is, but what you're suggesting is still a step or two too conspiratorial.
#283 - antoniospaghettio (13 hours ago) [-]
I don't think EU or USA needs to go this far to - just playing we-have-reason-to-believe-card would be enough to bomb anyone they want in the Middle East.

If we assume, that the people who are in charge are not complete idiots and they know what they are doing, there must be a reason why mass media pushes the current agenda (after all, media outlets are controlled by the state).

My explanation, EU has become USA puppet, and USA wants chaos in Europe, so the capital from EU will flow to USA, to solve their high budget deficit.
USA controls the EU, which in turn controls the media, and makes stupid refugees policies.

Or maybe it's just years of 'tolerance' brainwash backfiring, and incompetent politicians, who are spoiled by decades of save environment. Seriously, here in Belgium, we haven't had a government for 1 year at some point. Nobody noticed a thing! The country could be run by monkeys, for all we know.
#100 - Cant say this really surprises me. I am not of the illusion th…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/26/2016 on Didotle Usumupokim Rooncagrea 0
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#101 - Ruspanic (07/26/2016) [-]
I see them both as amoral and self-interested people who are willing to lie, do unethical things, and cover up their wrongdoings. As you know, for this list I came up with of Trump's scandals and ethical problems, there is a corresponding and similarly long list for Hillary Clinton. But there are two key differences, in my eyes.

First is that Hillary understands the "game" and would act in a way that would get her reelected and enable her to further her political career. She's not an ideologue and would most likely play it safe by continuing the Obama status quo without super radical changes.
By contrast, Trump's self-interest seems to be to get as much media attention as possible, and to defend his ego. He wants to attract controversy, and that's very dangerous. He also gets easily provoked by petty insults and criticism, so if a foreign leader offends him in some way.... who knows what he'll do with executive power. But even if he does actually attempt to make good on his political promises, most of his proposals are poorly conceived and would constitute radical changes, mostly for the worse.

Second is that Hillary has a great deal of actual experience in government and in-depth policy knowledge, especially on foreign policy. To be sure, she's much more hawkish than most Democrats and even many Republicans in a lot of respects - wanting US troops on the ground in Syria, much more aggressive assertion of American interests in the South China Sea, that sort of thing - and she's also made awful mistakes, as in Libya. But at least she knows what's going on in the world and the consequences of foreign policy decisions (more or less), and she understands how the US government works.

Trump has no experience and almost no knowledge of anything relevant to the job. He doesn't even seem interested in learning. Best case scenario, he delegates all that stuff to his Cabinet (for instance, he promised the people he vetted for Vice President that they'd be the most powerful VP in US history). Worst case scenario, he stumbles through decisions with the finesse of an epileptic gorilla and creates disaster after disaster that Congress will struggle to clean up.
#105 - I call ******** on nr 1. I used to be hella introverted w… 07/25/2016 on as if im trying to share my... 0
#21 - I think everyone are being fairly generous when they refer to …  [+] (13 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Didotle Usumupokim Rooncagrea +31
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#46 - Ruspanic (07/25/2016) [-]
Trump is all of those things, actually.
In no particular order, Trump
- refused to pay employees and contractors who weren't wealthy enough to sue him
- harassed tenants in order to get them to leave buildings he wanted to tear down, even cutting off water and heat and threatening to house homeless people in the buildings
- had dealings with the Mafia when he was building Trump Tower and other major construction projects
- discriminated against black people in housing contracts and other instances
- (allegedly) sexually harassed many women, and is even accused of raping a child in 1994
- lied about his finances, especially his charitable donations: his charity donations since 2001 are estimated at $3.8 million (less than 0.001% of his net worth), and journalists were only able to find evidence of $10,000 in donations, making him the world's least charitable billionaire. Probably why he's not releasing his tax returns
- lied, cheated and manipulated many people with whom he's had business dealings
- lied countless times during his political campaign
- attempted to silence criticism of himself by suing or threatening lawsuits, and has proposed "opening up" the libel laws so that he can make it harder for people to criticize him
- is considered by his biographer (the guy who wrote Art of the Deal) to be a complete sociopath with no moral qualms about lying, who is motivated by egoism and greed

He's never been convicted of anything, but then neither has Hillary.

Imagine what such a man would do in public office.
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#100 - krobeles (07/26/2016) [-]
Cant say this really surprises me. I am not of the illusion that Trump doesn't have his fair share of skeletons, but in my mind, that only makes me about as bad as Hillary.
I still see him as more of a bumbler honestly. I doubt he would have the sheer evil ingenuity required to oppress and rape an entire country, even if he wanted to. Hillary, I sincerely think both has the smarts to do it and an utter lack of moral fiber that would allow for it.
I'm Danish, so this whole debate only concerns me on a very distant level, but Trump just seems the lesser of two pretty evil bitches, honestly.
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#101 - Ruspanic (07/26/2016) [-]
I see them both as amoral and self-interested people who are willing to lie, do unethical things, and cover up their wrongdoings. As you know, for this list I came up with of Trump's scandals and ethical problems, there is a corresponding and similarly long list for Hillary Clinton. But there are two key differences, in my eyes.

First is that Hillary understands the "game" and would act in a way that would get her reelected and enable her to further her political career. She's not an ideologue and would most likely play it safe by continuing the Obama status quo without super radical changes.
By contrast, Trump's self-interest seems to be to get as much media attention as possible, and to defend his ego. He wants to attract controversy, and that's very dangerous. He also gets easily provoked by petty insults and criticism, so if a foreign leader offends him in some way.... who knows what he'll do with executive power. But even if he does actually attempt to make good on his political promises, most of his proposals are poorly conceived and would constitute radical changes, mostly for the worse.

Second is that Hillary has a great deal of actual experience in government and in-depth policy knowledge, especially on foreign policy. To be sure, she's much more hawkish than most Democrats and even many Republicans in a lot of respects - wanting US troops on the ground in Syria, much more aggressive assertion of American interests in the South China Sea, that sort of thing - and she's also made awful mistakes, as in Libya. But at least she knows what's going on in the world and the consequences of foreign policy decisions (more or less), and she understands how the US government works.

Trump has no experience and almost no knowledge of anything relevant to the job. He doesn't even seem interested in learning. Best case scenario, he delegates all that stuff to his Cabinet (for instance, he promised the people he vetted for Vice President that they'd be the most powerful VP in US history). Worst case scenario, he stumbles through decisions with the finesse of an epileptic gorilla and creates disaster after disaster that Congress will struggle to clean up.
#70 - anon (07/25/2016) [-]
you mind if i copy this? you actually do your research unlike a lot of liberals, and FJ being a circlejerk sometimes, this shit is handy even though hypocrites will dismiss this.
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#72 - Ruspanic (07/25/2016) [-]
I should add that I don't consider myself a liberal, though that's somewhat subjective.
#73 - anon (07/25/2016) [-]
i happen to be a libertarian myself. but dumbasses that think Trump is spotless need to be educated
#102 - anon (07/26/2016) [-]
As someone I know once said. " I will pinch my nose and vote for trump. " He isn't the best choice but I feel like he is at least a safer choice.
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#71 - Ruspanic (07/25/2016) [-]
Definitely, go ahead. I've got sources in my later comment as well.
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#62 - kurbeh (07/25/2016) [-]
Okay sorry but I am gonna need sources on those things.
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#68 - Ruspanic (07/25/2016) [-]
That's fair. I had this discussion recently so I'll just copy-paste a lot of these from my comment at that time.

Here's a source that covers a good chunk of these things
www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/06/donald-trump-scandals/474726/

Mafia ties
www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/05/donald-trump-2016-mob-organized-crime-213910

refusing to pay employees and contractors
www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/06/10/dozens-lawsuits-accuse-trump-not-paying-his-bills-reports-claim.html

tax returns
www.factcheck.org/2016/05/trumps-tax-returns/

charitable donations
www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-promised-millions-to-charity-we-found-less-than-10000-over-7-years/2016/06/28/cbab5d1a-37dd-11e6-8f7c-d4c723a2becb_story.html

sexual harassment and general sliminess toward women
www.nytimes.com/2016/05/15/us/politics/donald-trump-women.html

child rape accusation and lawsuit
www.rt.com/usa/347804-trump-accused-rape-epstein/

Ghostwriter of Art of the Deal renounces everything good he's ever said
www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/07/25/donald-trumps-ghostwriter-tells-all
Trump threatens to sue said ghostwriter
www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/donald-trump-threatens-the-ghostwriter-of-the-art-of-the-deal

racism and discrimination
fortune.com/2016/06/07/donald-trump-racism-quotes/

Trump wants to "open up libel laws"
www.npr.org/2016/03/24/471762310/donald-trump-wants-to-open-up-libel-laws-so-he-can-sue-news-outlets

Trump lies a lot
www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/
(yeah I know it's politifact, but it's the most comprehensive compilation I could find and you can look through each lie yourself to judge the validity of their assessment)

(I forgot to mention) Trump University, which was one of his fraudulent businesses
www.nationalreview.com/corner/432010/trump-university-scam

Bonus: Trump donated to Democratic political candidates
www.nationalreview.com/article/432444/donald-trump-donated-democrats-crooks

Out of curiosity, if these things turned out to be true, would they change your mind?
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#95 - fredburger (07/25/2016) [-]
when i first started reading this list i thot this was a list of things hillary is guilty of lol, none of them would surprise me, but i dont find it surprising of trump either tbh.
#22 - anon (07/25/2016) [-]
b-b-but donald DRUMPF is racist and mean to people, that makes him just as bad as a criminal, right?
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#27 - lvlonemeepo (07/25/2016) [-]
huhuhuhuhuhuh, yea! Then it goes all back to normal because they'd rather forget and vote for a woman than someone who hurt a few peoples feelies.
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