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#494 - snowshark (12/19/2012) [-]
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They grabbed the bull by the balls and decided to squeeze -real- hard... a decision that if they do not immediately regret (and I will be genuinely shocked at their level of awareness if they manage to) they are going to sooner or later.
Anonymous are going to drill holes so deep into the arses of these skull-fuckingly disgusting wastes of atoms that they'll be in China before they're finished.
(And you have no idea how often this .gif is relevant... frankly it worries me.)
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|#128 - no man, the aztec empire was made of several nations, first it…||08/19/2012 on Immigrants||-4|
|#125 - well man, i can't tell you're wrong, but you're far from the t… [+] (2 new replies)||08/19/2012 on Immigrants||-4|
#126 - leopoldstotch (08/19/2012) [-]
They were imperialistic. They forcibly spread their empire to increase their power and wealth. And yes, they did take people as sacrifices from conquered territories, but that was just one thing. They viewed people as resources to sacrifices, just as other cultures collected resources such as gold and spices.
#128 - ramonmon (08/19/2012) [-]
no man, the aztec empire was made of several nations, first it was a triunvirate, the town it conquered paid in kind and militian support, but apart form that they were free to do wathever they wanted. they needed people to sacrifice yes, but not anyone would do becasue the sacrifice was made to please the gods (that's why they had wars and sacrificed warriors) they didn't "colect" people like gold or spices, nor they had slaves(just to mention). i'ts dificult to call their culture imerialistic or other term becuase those terms were coined for the structures of european culture, yeah we could make a comparation but it was a diferent system raised out of it's own circumstances.