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#26 - He literally integrated it into the Libyan legal system back i… 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO +7
#23 - He described HIV/AIDS as a "peacful" virus that you …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO +7
#24 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
dude was raised in a part of the world where the jews have done some nasty shit... not even tinfoiling! so their antisemetism is reasonable, doesnt make him unstable in my mind, and different parts of the world have different interests and cultures so maybe communism is good for asians, democracy is good for the west and dictatorships(which in practice really isn't that different form monarchies...) is good for the middle east?

well, he was kinda right, but a little too late in the timeline of HIV/AIDS.. I mean, if no one ever sexually contracted it, they wouldn't be able to transfer it either

about the Sharia thing, i've never heard or read anything implying Ghadaffi had intentions of turing Libya into an Islamist hellhole
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#26 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He literally integrated it into the Libyan legal system back in '77, hell he was constantly promoting it so as to "preserve the purity of Islam". He had a few unorthodox views on sharia and Islam though, which put him at odds with some people (clashed with the Muslim Brotherhood). But his big goal of making a huge Pan-Arab state was also based on him wanting to make a huge Islamic State. He wanted to more or less "perfect" Islam
#20 - Got some sources on the thing for the snipers cause I'm not se…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO +2
#21 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
sorry, i read it during the war.. you know it it is, those articles come and go unfortunately...

Well, im from Norway, and we proudly brag we dropped the most bombs from planes than any other participant..

well, sure he did, but name me a national leader that didn't.
btw, did you know it was also a law in Libya providing young married couples a house ownership? paid for by the government? the thought was that if they gave their citizens a head start, an investment, if you will.. that would pay for itself within a few years, given that now, the couple already had a place to live and could therefore focus their income elsewhere for national economic growth?
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#23 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He described HIV/AIDS as a "peacful" virus that you didn't have to worry about so long as you're straight. That H1N1 was a disease engineered by foreign operatives to kill the Americans. Also any Arab states that had relations to Israel were considered traitors.

Again yeah, he did do some good stuff. But he also applied further sharia law almost immediately after condemning the 9/11 attack. Dude was unstable.
#24 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
dude was raised in a part of the world where the jews have done some nasty shit... not even tinfoiling! so their antisemetism is reasonable, doesnt make him unstable in my mind, and different parts of the world have different interests and cultures so maybe communism is good for asians, democracy is good for the west and dictatorships(which in practice really isn't that different form monarchies...) is good for the middle east?

well, he was kinda right, but a little too late in the timeline of HIV/AIDS.. I mean, if no one ever sexually contracted it, they wouldn't be able to transfer it either

about the Sharia thing, i've never heard or read anything implying Ghadaffi had intentions of turing Libya into an Islamist hellhole
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#26 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He literally integrated it into the Libyan legal system back in '77, hell he was constantly promoting it so as to "preserve the purity of Islam". He had a few unorthodox views on sharia and Islam though, which put him at odds with some people (clashed with the Muslim Brotherhood). But his big goal of making a huge Pan-Arab state was also based on him wanting to make a huge Islamic State. He wanted to more or less "perfect" Islam
#7 - "I can speak Spanish in five different languages" fu… 07/25/2016 on The Suits 0
#18 - So him ordering his troops to fire into protesters killing hun…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO +13
#19 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
it's been stated numerous times that those snipers, and the ones in Syria, where agents sent there by enemy countries to incite unrest and revolt.. besides.. who are we even to point fingers? assuming you're American, you know what "peaceful protesters" are capable of.. see Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles...?

if the protestors were just 1.5 notch over BLM protesters, well, i think i just might have given that order too..

anyways! that's one incident (which isn't justifying bombing a whole country AND their water supply by a long shot! that's right we bombed the water rations! "Great Man Made River Project" of a desert nation, to "free" them)
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#20 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
Got some sources on the thing for the snipers cause I'm not seeing anything? Also i'm not defending shit on what the US did in Libya. That was a clusterfuck of monumental proportions. All I'm saying is that Ghaddafi is not a mentally stable man. He did some great things involving education and infrastructure early on in his rule. But he has said/done some wacky shit as well.
#21 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
sorry, i read it during the war.. you know it it is, those articles come and go unfortunately...

Well, im from Norway, and we proudly brag we dropped the most bombs from planes than any other participant..

well, sure he did, but name me a national leader that didn't.
btw, did you know it was also a law in Libya providing young married couples a house ownership? paid for by the government? the thought was that if they gave their citizens a head start, an investment, if you will.. that would pay for itself within a few years, given that now, the couple already had a place to live and could therefore focus their income elsewhere for national economic growth?
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#23 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He described HIV/AIDS as a "peacful" virus that you didn't have to worry about so long as you're straight. That H1N1 was a disease engineered by foreign operatives to kill the Americans. Also any Arab states that had relations to Israel were considered traitors.

Again yeah, he did do some good stuff. But he also applied further sharia law almost immediately after condemning the 9/11 attack. Dude was unstable.
#24 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
dude was raised in a part of the world where the jews have done some nasty shit... not even tinfoiling! so their antisemetism is reasonable, doesnt make him unstable in my mind, and different parts of the world have different interests and cultures so maybe communism is good for asians, democracy is good for the west and dictatorships(which in practice really isn't that different form monarchies...) is good for the middle east?

well, he was kinda right, but a little too late in the timeline of HIV/AIDS.. I mean, if no one ever sexually contracted it, they wouldn't be able to transfer it either

about the Sharia thing, i've never heard or read anything implying Ghadaffi had intentions of turing Libya into an Islamist hellhole
User avatar
#26 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He literally integrated it into the Libyan legal system back in '77, hell he was constantly promoting it so as to "preserve the purity of Islam". He had a few unorthodox views on sharia and Islam though, which put him at odds with some people (clashed with the Muslim Brotherhood). But his big goal of making a huge Pan-Arab state was also based on him wanting to make a huge Islamic State. He wanted to more or less "perfect" Islam
#16 - I'm not saying that the support wasn't paramount to the rebel … 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO +6
#14 - Dude reports of how ****** Ghaddafi has been were there long b…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO +10
#17 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
the only crime Ghadaffi committed was that he tried to fuse all the African economics together and render the US dollar virtually useless, so the fat cats paniced, spread their lies and propaganda and Average Joe became G.I Joe, went to war for NOTHING and "Won".... Just look at how good their doing now! also google Libya pre/post war
yeah... Ghadaffi's starting to look kinda good now doesn't he?
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#18 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
So him ordering his troops to fire into protesters killing hundreds wasn't a bad thing by your measure?
#19 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
it's been stated numerous times that those snipers, and the ones in Syria, where agents sent there by enemy countries to incite unrest and revolt.. besides.. who are we even to point fingers? assuming you're American, you know what "peaceful protesters" are capable of.. see Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles...?

if the protestors were just 1.5 notch over BLM protesters, well, i think i just might have given that order too..

anyways! that's one incident (which isn't justifying bombing a whole country AND their water supply by a long shot! that's right we bombed the water rations! "Great Man Made River Project" of a desert nation, to "free" them)
User avatar
#20 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
Got some sources on the thing for the snipers cause I'm not seeing anything? Also i'm not defending shit on what the US did in Libya. That was a clusterfuck of monumental proportions. All I'm saying is that Ghaddafi is not a mentally stable man. He did some great things involving education and infrastructure early on in his rule. But he has said/done some wacky shit as well.
#21 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
sorry, i read it during the war.. you know it it is, those articles come and go unfortunately...

Well, im from Norway, and we proudly brag we dropped the most bombs from planes than any other participant..

well, sure he did, but name me a national leader that didn't.
btw, did you know it was also a law in Libya providing young married couples a house ownership? paid for by the government? the thought was that if they gave their citizens a head start, an investment, if you will.. that would pay for itself within a few years, given that now, the couple already had a place to live and could therefore focus their income elsewhere for national economic growth?
User avatar
#23 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He described HIV/AIDS as a "peacful" virus that you didn't have to worry about so long as you're straight. That H1N1 was a disease engineered by foreign operatives to kill the Americans. Also any Arab states that had relations to Israel were considered traitors.

Again yeah, he did do some good stuff. But he also applied further sharia law almost immediately after condemning the 9/11 attack. Dude was unstable.
#24 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
dude was raised in a part of the world where the jews have done some nasty shit... not even tinfoiling! so their antisemetism is reasonable, doesnt make him unstable in my mind, and different parts of the world have different interests and cultures so maybe communism is good for asians, democracy is good for the west and dictatorships(which in practice really isn't that different form monarchies...) is good for the middle east?

well, he was kinda right, but a little too late in the timeline of HIV/AIDS.. I mean, if no one ever sexually contracted it, they wouldn't be able to transfer it either

about the Sharia thing, i've never heard or read anything implying Ghadaffi had intentions of turing Libya into an Islamist hellhole
User avatar
#26 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He literally integrated it into the Libyan legal system back in '77, hell he was constantly promoting it so as to "preserve the purity of Islam". He had a few unorthodox views on sharia and Islam though, which put him at odds with some people (clashed with the Muslim Brotherhood). But his big goal of making a huge Pan-Arab state was also based on him wanting to make a huge Islamic State. He wanted to more or less "perfect" Islam
#12 - Yeah they had support but no actual troops. Also I am not argu…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO +6
#15 - lozarus (07/25/2016) [-]
And that support was the deciding factor of the conflict.
It completely eliminated air support for loyalist forces by shooting down anything that took off the ground, and then it bombed pretty much anything else. Its not little thing, its the reason the rebels won.
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#16 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
I'm not saying that the support wasn't paramount to the rebel victory (I mean they wouldn't have had a chance otherwise) but it was rebel troops that captured and killed Ghaddafi, I remember the UN being upset because they straight up executed the guy before he could be brought to trial.
#10 - His best friend was Ghaddafi? The psychopathic Libyan leader t…  [+] (20 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Obama BTFO -21
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#58 - zombifier (07/25/2016) [-]
he was at least holding his country together
his death gave rise to ISIL
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#43 - antilol (07/25/2016) [-]
You seems to have a big misunderstanding of what he actually was.
#34 - anon (07/25/2016) [-]
Ghaddafi was an asshole, but he was an asshole that kept his country united. His death created a power vacuum that ultimately made things far, far worse than if we had just left him alone.
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#57 - trollmobile (07/25/2016) [-]
the power vacum was as such, because of the amount of power he had amassed for himself.
he was a totalitarian dictator that damn near micro-managed the lives of his people, under the treath of death should they step out of line.
i'd say a bit of civil unrest is worth getting rid of that guy.
#38 - anon (07/25/2016) [-]
WHAT? Ghaddafi brought war to his country with the Lybian revolution
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#30 - thesecretbear (07/25/2016) [-]
I wouldn't straight up call him psychopathic. A little narcasistic maybe, but not to a degree of mental instability.
He was just a controversial leader because he was another one of the corrupt republican dictators of the middle east. Even among modern Libyans there is no consensus as to whether he was a good leader or a tyrant.
#13 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
you've never heard anything about Ghadaffi from other sources than a media whos trying to win your support as a citizen, making sure you wont protest the war? google, youtube, hell even Bing it "Great Man Made River Project" and tell me afterwards that Ghadaffi was a bad guy
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#14 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
Dude reports of how shitty Ghaddafi has been were there long before we were involved in any war with Libya. Yeah while he did do some good things early on in his rule, he did some pretty shitty stuff as well.
#17 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
the only crime Ghadaffi committed was that he tried to fuse all the African economics together and render the US dollar virtually useless, so the fat cats paniced, spread their lies and propaganda and Average Joe became G.I Joe, went to war for NOTHING and "Won".... Just look at how good their doing now! also google Libya pre/post war
yeah... Ghadaffi's starting to look kinda good now doesn't he?
User avatar
#18 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
So him ordering his troops to fire into protesters killing hundreds wasn't a bad thing by your measure?
#19 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
it's been stated numerous times that those snipers, and the ones in Syria, where agents sent there by enemy countries to incite unrest and revolt.. besides.. who are we even to point fingers? assuming you're American, you know what "peaceful protesters" are capable of.. see Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles...?

if the protestors were just 1.5 notch over BLM protesters, well, i think i just might have given that order too..

anyways! that's one incident (which isn't justifying bombing a whole country AND their water supply by a long shot! that's right we bombed the water rations! "Great Man Made River Project" of a desert nation, to "free" them)
User avatar
#20 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
Got some sources on the thing for the snipers cause I'm not seeing anything? Also i'm not defending shit on what the US did in Libya. That was a clusterfuck of monumental proportions. All I'm saying is that Ghaddafi is not a mentally stable man. He did some great things involving education and infrastructure early on in his rule. But he has said/done some wacky shit as well.
#21 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
sorry, i read it during the war.. you know it it is, those articles come and go unfortunately...

Well, im from Norway, and we proudly brag we dropped the most bombs from planes than any other participant..

well, sure he did, but name me a national leader that didn't.
btw, did you know it was also a law in Libya providing young married couples a house ownership? paid for by the government? the thought was that if they gave their citizens a head start, an investment, if you will.. that would pay for itself within a few years, given that now, the couple already had a place to live and could therefore focus their income elsewhere for national economic growth?
User avatar
#23 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He described HIV/AIDS as a "peacful" virus that you didn't have to worry about so long as you're straight. That H1N1 was a disease engineered by foreign operatives to kill the Americans. Also any Arab states that had relations to Israel were considered traitors.

Again yeah, he did do some good stuff. But he also applied further sharia law almost immediately after condemning the 9/11 attack. Dude was unstable.
#24 - nationalanthem (07/25/2016) [-]
dude was raised in a part of the world where the jews have done some nasty shit... not even tinfoiling! so their antisemetism is reasonable, doesnt make him unstable in my mind, and different parts of the world have different interests and cultures so maybe communism is good for asians, democracy is good for the west and dictatorships(which in practice really isn't that different form monarchies...) is good for the middle east?

well, he was kinda right, but a little too late in the timeline of HIV/AIDS.. I mean, if no one ever sexually contracted it, they wouldn't be able to transfer it either

about the Sharia thing, i've never heard or read anything implying Ghadaffi had intentions of turing Libya into an Islamist hellhole
User avatar
#26 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
He literally integrated it into the Libyan legal system back in '77, hell he was constantly promoting it so as to "preserve the purity of Islam". He had a few unorthodox views on sharia and Islam though, which put him at odds with some people (clashed with the Muslim Brotherhood). But his big goal of making a huge Pan-Arab state was also based on him wanting to make a huge Islamic State. He wanted to more or less "perfect" Islam
#11 - lozarus (07/25/2016) [-]
Lybian rebels heavily supported by US and NATO air support, which meant gadaffis air-force was grounded from day 1 and couldnt do anything.

Also, look at libya now and tell me its better than it was before.
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#12 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
Yeah they had support but no actual troops. Also I am not arguing in the slightest that Libya is in better shape now. I'm just saying Ghaddafi definitely contributed in turning it into a shithole. You don't deal with protests by mowing people down in the street.
#15 - lozarus (07/25/2016) [-]
And that support was the deciding factor of the conflict.
It completely eliminated air support for loyalist forces by shooting down anything that took off the ground, and then it bombed pretty much anything else. Its not little thing, its the reason the rebels won.
User avatar
#16 - makhan (07/25/2016) [-]
I'm not saying that the support wasn't paramount to the rebel victory (I mean they wouldn't have had a chance otherwise) but it was rebel troops that captured and killed Ghaddafi, I remember the UN being upset because they straight up executed the guy before he could be brought to trial.
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