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|#56 - Agreed. No one here gives a **** about those laws. You can get… [+] (45 new replies)||11/14/2013 on Russian heritage||0|
#57 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
maybe the reason why these countries have a low avg IQ, where countries with better alcohol laws have higher avg IQ
#97 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
actually yes, it is in a higher place than any of these russian countries (or balkan or whateva)
#102 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
again, don't believe everything to the media. US isn't anymore of a warmonger than the rest of the world once were or still is. (for example, US is pretty peaceful compared to what UK once was)
#145 - ancientaliens (11/15/2013) [-]
#156 - ancientaliens (11/15/2013) [-]
#158 - anon (11/15/2013) [-]
government has nothing to do with what the media wants to show or not, and judging by this it makes your credibility pretty low
also there is no economic collapse around.... that is too comes from the media and from people like flips their shit because omg we went over 100% debt to income, while UK manages just "fine" with 406%
#163 - ancientaliens (11/15/2013) [-]
Actually, ever single mainstream media company (i.e Fox News or CNN) are owned by corporations, and there are co-owners and former owners of corporations inside the congress, senate, and other government titles. So in a sense, they do have a say in what the media says. And yes, you're an a-hole jackass not because you had a differing opinion, but for instantly calling me a tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist instead of asking me for the credibility of my argument. So instead of resorting to insults, just ask instead
#165 - anon (11/15/2013) [-]
i'm not that guy (or i am too an asshole now?) however i do share the same opinion of his... you are just paranoid.
while media belongs to corporations (big fckin whoo.. what did you indie thing?) media itself cannot be controlled by the government (this is by law, correct me if i'm wrong)
you know why media shows kanye instead of the other thing? money, which comes from ads and subs, which comes from viewers... those viewers (at least most of them...sadly) are more interested in kanye and stupid things than anything else.
a bit of a sidetrack (somewhat) example: syfy airs more wrestling and reality shows than actual sci-fi, why? same reason it interests the viewers the most
#170 - ancientaliens (11/15/2013) [-]
You know, I may be paranoid, and I honestly respect you for suddenly calling me a tinfoil hat wearing cat. I agree and share your views on the media thing, it is about money and corporate greed and all the viewers who care more about kanye are brain-mush. While I'm not positive (although very sure) its law that the government cannot control media, I don't really have hope in laws and restrictions, seeing that the NSA was a pure violation of our 4th Amendment
#174 - anon (11/15/2013) [-]
well, if you think about it. that thing is more than 200 years old, and it doesn't actually said you can't wire tap anyone (well, obviously since there wasn't anything to wiretap).
and don't think this actually means constant listening and recording... this is far from that. you can't actually believe they have the capacity to constantly monitor more than 300 million people 24/7... even if they wanted it's impossible. they just look for keywords (of suspected ppl) to catch and/or monitor terrorists. how i see that it is a pretty powerful tool against terrorism.
#177 - ancientaliens (11/15/2013) [-]
It was good talking with you anon, I'm glad someone could have a respectful conversation with me about this. Although the time has come to go drink my sorrows away. May we meet again someday anon, perhaps even 40 years in the future and not know it. G'day. pic semi-related
#175 - ancientaliens (11/15/2013) [-]
Yeah, it is over 200 years old, I'll say that, but its still our constitution. And yeah, I agree that they can't 24/7 monitor that many people, although the thing that very much bugs me is they can track anything an individual is doing if they needed too (regardless if they're a terrorist or not) and the main point of why I hate this, is according to Bill H.R 4310 (or the NDAA ((National Defense Authorization Act)) 2013) the government can't legally detain you, label you a "terrorist" and drag you off to god knows where if you own more than two semi-automatic weapons, own more than a weeks supply of food and/or are a veteran of war. The veteran part makes me PO'd because instead of helping veterans with their mental problems from war, they label them a threat to society
#176 - anon (11/15/2013) [-]
can't reply to that anymore
well i'm not actually sure how they want it to work, but maybe they need some sort of evidence before they can label anyone a "terrorist". (maybe not, dunno, doesn't seem reasonable tho in a country with "innocent until proven otherwise" mentality)
and as for veterans... well... war pretty much fucks you up mentally and there were "many" cases for "veterans" going nuts with guns. so i don't actually blame them for that (but i can see why we should).
#164 - chocolatewhite (11/15/2013) [-]
I can't handle all this red, seeing as you have to resort to down-thumbing me. You called me close-minded, making the assumption that I was some guppy who just followed the mainstream media. Again, you're a hypocrite and are doing the same things that I've done to upset you. I'll leave you to continue your reading on InfoWars and attempts to pick up government soundwaves that prove aliens are real, seeing as that is what conspiracy theorists like to do.
#166 - ancientaliens (11/15/2013) [-]
#169 - anon (11/15/2013) [-]
don't wanna... also sorry for the mistakes (shitload of them) but it's already 2am where i live and i had a long day too.. not that you care...
#149 - anon (11/15/2013) [-]
i said "US is pretty peaceful compared to what UK once was" which is still true
#100 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
i'm sorry, why do you think this country is a mess? it's just the media which you shouldn't believe.
the country still doing fine, US still has the highest income and largest economy by far. (more than 17 trillion, the second place goes to China with only around 8 trillion)
#108 - mephiblis (11/14/2013) [-]
inb4 50 posts of eagles 'muricaing
#113 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
gonna copy paste:
huge debt? also huge income. "it has debt-to-gdp ratio of 106% (which isn't that bad either, UK has 406%, germany 142% luxemburg over 3000% (you read that right))"
others by order: not true, don't know, not true, if that would be true US wouldn't be that high with it's avg IQ, so what US has the strongest and most advanced military, not true, are you serious?, kinda true but it says more about the other countries than the US since US gives more aid than any other country, religion, because we are not free... right media says so it's true
#124 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
At least when US gave money to countries it was mostly aid, while when russia did it, it was mostly loan (i must know, i'm from one of the countries that your awesome country helped to bury itself in debt)
US annually provides more money to countries that need it than any other country.
even just now US sent it's aircraft to help the Philippines providing news.yahoo.com/aquino-under-pressure-over-typhoon-aid-u-carrier-024020592--sector.html while russia did nothing
#128 - mephiblis (11/14/2013) [-]
1st off, i'm not russian.
2nd, yeah it's totally about helping the people and not about having a military presence there, on a strategic place close to China and Japan, and certainly not worth mentioning that the Philippines are the no.1 hotspot for islamist terrorists.
#129 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
japan and US are allies... and japan joined US to help
and does it matter? that ship provides clean water for more than 2000 homes and brought tons of food (literally) alone with crew and helicopters to help people rescuing other.
and it's not the first or the last, but it's not that big of a media hit
#106 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
it has debt-to-gdp ratio of 106% (which isn't that bad either, UK has 406%, germany 142% luxemburg over 3000% (you read that right)) , because it has almost 18 debt and more than 17 trillion income.
US still has the largest economy and income with more than 17 trillion, which is double of the second place's income, which is china.
just because it is ranked in 7th place by gdp per capita, it doesn't mean the country earns less than those.
so please, it is you who should actually do the "research"
#119 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
so you say, US with it's more than 17 trillion income (look it up if you don't believe me, but the 106% debt-to-gdp ratio is pretty obvious too) earns LESS than a country with less than half trillion income?
you must be an expert
#130 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
also if you say it has 3trillion income, then please enlighten me how it has a debt-to-gpd ratio of 106%?
mr expert guy....
#127 - anon (11/14/2013) [-]
please... look it up again... i did and i was off by a trillion, sorry
US has a GDP of 16.5 trillion dollar (can only find projected, last year was 16.2 trillion) and a debt of 16.7 trillion
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#32 - whatasickname (08/27/2013) [-]
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