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#22 - Because WWI feels pointless and unnecesarry. It's one of the g…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/03/2016 on Feels +9
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#25 - ethiopia (07/03/2016) [-]
There aren't really "good guys" and "bad guys" in a war. The allies did horrible shit aswell(mostly the Russians)
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#26 - toensix (07/03/2016) [-]
Oh I'm not trying to say that the allies actually were paragons of virtue. Good and evil don't exist in my opinion.

But it's not about what actually happenend, it's about why WWI feels more pointless and depressing then WWII. And that has everything to do with the narrative that often told around both wars.
#27 - ethiopia (07/03/2016) [-]
Yea that's pretty true. WWI is just massive empire in pointless factions using new disastrous technology against each other. It was pretty fucked
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#24 - spidahridah (07/03/2016) [-]
>Drinking the kool aid this readily
#23 - Picture 07/03/2016 on Giants +2
#50 - Both Northern-Ireland and Scotland voted 'stay'. Engeland and …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/03/2016 on BBC 0
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#51 - thumbfortrump (07/03/2016) [-]
So if half the countries in the UK votes leave, you think Britain voted stay?
#48 - *British. Scotland and Northern-Ireland may have voted 'stay',…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/03/2016 on BBC -1
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#49 - thumbfortrump (07/03/2016) [-]
Only England voted leave overall, so no. Shill elsewhere.
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#50 - toensix (07/03/2016) [-]
Both Northern-Ireland and Scotland voted 'stay'. Engeland and Wales voted 'leave'.
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#51 - thumbfortrump (07/03/2016) [-]
So if half the countries in the UK votes leave, you think Britain voted stay?
#47 - Well that's basically what he did. He didn't just flip the tab… 07/03/2016 on BBC +1
#10 - Oh nog god forbid a prime minister resignes because he believe…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/02/2016 on BBC +28
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#31 - talldumbdork (07/02/2016) [-]
That's fair. Although I would argue it is your duty to represent the majority the best that you can, perhaps bringing in an advisor who better represents the majority, until you are officially out of office. Unless it is morally reprehensible of course. The Brexit/EU issues are debatable, not morally reprehensible either way, so he should at least man up until he is officially out. Anything he does to block the majority or cause political unrest should be avoided and is unethical until he is out of office officially. That's my opinion.
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#47 - toensix (07/03/2016) [-]
Well that's basically what he did. He didn't just flip the table and walk out. Even before the referendum, he said he would resign if the UK people choose te leave. So it wasn't like this came out of nowhere. He felt like he wouldn't be able to properly represent the nation if 'leave' was voted and that's a perfectly (maybe even admireable) reason to stop being prime minister.

But he didn't just go home when 'leave' was voted, he's still doing his job right now precisely because of the reasons you mentioned. He has to wait until he can officially quit.

The only guy who needs to 'man up' is Boris Johnsons. He was one of the loudest voices pro-leave. But when 'leave' was vted in he first went completely silent and wasn't seen and didn't say anything ont witter for seven days. Then when he finally did speak, he took a lot of the things that he said earlier back. And even though he was the favourite to succeed Cameron, he refuses to do so.
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#40 - talldumbdork (07/02/2016) [-]
Messier you don't think so? I only mean while the person is still in office and hasn't officially left. If you disagree, please explain because I'm honestly curious.
#20 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Well said.

If your job is to repreesent the majority opinion, and you do not share that opinion, you have three choices: Go against what you believe in, go against what the people believe in, or resign and allow somebody who is better suited to represent the people take over.

The latter is the most mature choice of the three.
#57 - Wether they exist or not, you won't find them here. Funnyjunk … 07/02/2016 on Berniefag realizes +1
#96 - How much do you know about Swedish law?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/02/2016 on /pol/ on Sweden's "don't... 0
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#102 - sinery (07/02/2016) [-]
Flashback a lot.
#95 - Don't quote me on it but if I remember correctly you should st… 07/02/2016 on /pol/ on Sweden's "don't... +1
#90 - Not on children, but you're right that rape according to it do…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/02/2016 on /pol/ on Sweden's "don't... +1
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#91 - imagnetsux (07/02/2016) [-]
does that mean if they got their way about sharia law, we'd be able to shoot them for it?
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#95 - toensix (07/02/2016) [-]
Don't quote me on it but if I remember correctly you should stone them for it.