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#202 - Boy it sure does sound like you Americans have a ****** Police…  [+] (5 replies) 05/18/2014 on Good Point +22
#215 - cocainecowboy (05/18/2014) [-]
Good cops and bad cops everywhere, can't deny that. Honestly I'm ashamed to live in an America which seems like more than 50% of the police population are corrupt. That's saying a lot coming from me, I 100% support my country and I'm even planning on going to school for Criminal Justice to become a police officer. But it is pretty sad to be honest.
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#324 - zebanktoon (05/18/2014) [-]
Don't become them my boy. Don't become them.
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#207 - joemoearigato (05/18/2014) [-]
Glorious Europe master race
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#272 - greenbastard (05/18/2014) [-]
You'd think a master race would have a stable economy
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#294 - alcantara (05/18/2014) [-]
Depends on your definition of "stable"; and whether you look at national economies or the regional economy - if you look at regional, just about everywhere has an unstable economy that simply has the illusion of stability until one of hundreds of companies fail; then we have a global financial crisis.

Economic stability is a lie. The "master race" of economics is those who are able to react and resolve economic issues quickly and efficiently.

If we take government debts into consideration, not to mention the fact that they are carrying the economies of several other European nations, then I would argue that Germany is the economic "master race" - America depends on debt, and China depends on (presumably) unsustainable levels of investment and development. I add "presumably" as Chinese levels of investment/growth are unprecedented and therefore we cannot claim to predict with any sort of accuracy what will occur; however, huge investment has never ended particularly well - we'd be banking on China bucking an established trend by investing so heavily that it becomes sustainable, which is unlikely.