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79a90 No.353[Last 50 Posts]

I'm having a bad fucking time right now. Probably not the best place for this, but here is thread for those currently having A BAD FUCKING TIME RIGHT NOW.

a6a93 No.354

are you democrat?????

39c04 No.355

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go bitch and moan on tumblr or something, nobody needs that mess here. we're having a wonderful time, thanks.

7f758 No.356

It's basically the end of the world as we know it, but it happened, and that's where our world's at. I genuinely have no clue how to process something for *maybe* the third time in my life, and I'm scared as shit. If you ever want to talk, feel free to message me at jacenv13@gmail.com.

a978c No.357

I think a lot of us are

30ff5 No.358

>>356
>>357
I could barely sleep last night.
And hearing about something similar possibly happening in France, I'm scared for the state of the world.

d37fd No.359

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>>353
*Pavlovian reaction*

fd4ae No.360

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>people are unironically sad that trump beat hillary
oh please
literally anyone is better than hillary, who is a lying crook, who did terrible things like steal the nomination right out from underneath bernie sanders' feet
did I support bernie?
no, I have been a trump supporter the entire time, but he's better than hillary, and should've won.
I'm glad trump won, and I can't wait to see what good stuff is in store for the country
There's already plans to mend relations with russia, which in my book, is absolutely great

1fe71 No.361

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59595 No.362

>>361
No this is a place for random.

71681 No.364

I'm not a Trump supporter, but I'm definitely glad Hillary got her ass kicked.

a978c No.366

>>360
It's going to take a minute for everyone to adjust, a lot of people thought Hillary was going to win, not that I want that to happen but this line up was awful. Nothing to do but move forward and adapt.

It's nice to see /b/ get some activity though

79a90 No.368

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Damn you guys were fucking quick to start throwing insults around.

d0fd0 No.369

While I admit to being a sexual deviant, I don't like the idea of a sexual deviant for president.

39c04 No.372

>>369
Good thing Huma's beard didn't win then, huh? Also that's some wonderfully inane hypocrisy you fail to grasp…

fd4ae No.374

>>369
fill me in on who exactly is a sexual deviant

a978c No.376

>>369
It won't be the first time and probably not the last

fc7e1 No.377

>>369
>implying a sexual deviant is worse than a rapist defender
might want to get your shit straight anon

d0e7b No.379

>>377

Jesus fuck am I tired of this shit being everywhere I go.

Also, do the words COURT-APPOINTED ATTORNEY mean anything to you?

fc7e1 No.380

>>379
do the words LAUGHED AT A LITTLE GIRL THAT GOT RAPED BY THE GUY SHE WAS DEFENDING mean anything to you?
don't like it because it's true
suck a dick

d37fd No.381

I'm going to risk playing the Devil's Advocate here and say OP never clarified they were having a bad time due to the election. Hell, I had a bad Wednesday and it had nothing to do with the election; regardless of who won, I had more immediate problems to deal with, and still do.

79a90 No.382

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>>381
I just wanted a place to vent lol. I didn't expect this thread to become a debate. I even tried to post site relevant imagery. But people have to instantly jump to insulting each other and arguing. I left what I was having a bad day about vague cause what exactly it wasn't really was something I wanted to discuss. And now the thread has just derailed into pointless shit flinging. That's disheartening. Not like it matters at this point.

I'll just wish you guys a better time than I'm having right now and try to avoid this thread.>>381

71681 No.383

>>382
Welcome to politics.

28516 No.385

>>380
She didn't laugh at her.
She laughed over the fact that the rapist passed a lie detector test, and that she wouldn't trust the results.

You didn't even bother to check if what you said was true, and parroted what people wanted you to parrot.

35d13 No.386

>>385
Oh, so she only laughed at everyone who believed either of them. What a wonderful person.

28516 No.388

>>386
That isn't what I said.
Context is key, and either you're not aware of the context, or intentionally leaving it out.

0ee18 No.389

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>>382
I hope things get better. Here is something that amused me today. <3

32c43 No.390

Can we get a mod to close this thread and delete it? Its only a separating point for the community,

931b6 No.391

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Sage
Mode delete this or we roll for dubs

dc589 No.447

>>391
rollan

0116f No.448

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how do you think trump voters are doing knowing that he's MORE corrupt than hillary ever was? seriously, never trust a loudmouth who made deals with the new york mob. and took loans from a bank with Russian Mob connections. And screwed over everyone that ever worked for him. And went to court for not paying people. And had a school that was designed to be a pyramid scheme.

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a978c No.455

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32c43 No.457

Requesting a lock/deletion on this thread. It has nothing to do with what pregchan was made for, and it's a huge division point for the community.

79a90 No.458

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>>457
None of this has left the thread and most commentary is anonymous anyways. Besides, this is random shit and despite disagreement this is relatively tame compared to what the conversation could be like.

I honestly don't feel comfortable being silent on the subject. I'm honestly really afraid of where this nation is headed. Not figuratively afraid but actually afraid of the route we're heading down. The many cues and flags of a facist government are going up with rapidly increasing pace. We've got a president to be who is instigating hate speech while dissenters are drowned out by mob mentality and insults.

But this is a place to escape reality and enjoy fantasy so I wouldn't object if the mods did decide to lock this thread.

666a7 No.459

>>458
can we stop with this whole, "trump is a fascist" thing?
being nationalist ≠ fascist.
trump has no plans to do any harm to this country, and he has already been doing great things for it and he hasn't even been inaugurated.
meanwhile, if clinton had been elected, we would be most surely preparing for WWIII, considering her policy to set up a no-fly zone over syria, which would, by proxy, begin a war with russia.
why do people not understand that hillary is far more corrupt and we dodged a bullet by not having her elected?

21e35 No.460

>>459
i mean sure he ran a fascist campaign and most of his supporters are racists and the first thing his party has done since winning power is try to defund what little health care support americans have ever had, and he has done nothing but fluff his own ego and screw over everyone around him for his entire career built out of being given money by his dad, but yeah, no, he's totally not a fascist or terrible, and will totally fix the ecomony by yelling at the brown people, sure.

b69ac No.462

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>>460
>most of his supporters are racists
what?
you do know that the racists are at best a vocal minority, and a decent amount of his voters were working class people who were sick of getting fucked over by the establishment and jobs being shipped off to other countries.
the racists who voted for him are honestly extremely misled, and should've voted for hillary, the true racist.
not one policy or thing trump has said is actually racist, no matter what the media tries to say.
barring immigration from the middle east until they can correctly get the security in place to stop radical islamists from coming through isn't racist in any way.
reinforcing the border and stopping drug cartels, other assorted criminals, and funny enough, islamists yet again, also isn't racist.
putting tariffs on imported goods from places like china to remove the economic loopholes for companies to basically betray their countries and put their men out of jobs for basically slave labor to make a quick buck isn't racist either.
why did racists support him?
beats me, considering he's got plans to do the exact opposite of what they want, like trying to help poor minorities out of the rut they're in, which is definitely something they wouldn't want, considering they're just as retarded as the left with their stupid identity politics.
and I'm pretty sure trump's campaign was better considering he was supported by his voters, and not by big, very oppressive countries like saudi arabia, and evil warmongers like george soros, like hillary was.

b1e91 No.463

>>460
Do you even know what fascism is Hidon? He isn't even a demagogue, as his arguments on the trail have been fairly reasonable. I cannot say his personal attacks have improved the american political system, but such is a natural result of LCD universal democracy. Donald Trump was one of the first mainstream american candidates to be unapologetically nationalist, and after years of calling anyone who was so a racist, people had enough.

It really saddens me that people honestly believe that you must be a rascist to support donald trump. The word is used so flippantly these days I fear when an actual racist makes it into the spotlight, such accusations shall be ignored. Its absurd to think that people who merely hold different views on the role of government must be inherently prejudiced.

I'd gladly get down to specifics, but political memes and personal attacks are not my realm of knowledge. What i do know is that most of these attacks mentioned in the thread are unsubstantiated, not false, but without ability to be proven, and thereby useless to actual discussion.

b69ac No.464

>>463
I agree with stuff like racist being so overused
the more stuff like rape and racist gets abused, the less value it has
it is extremely sad because one day, real racists and rapists won't matter because the left has just driven them into the ground

64e8c No.465

I'm only chipping in because I feel like it's getting a bit to one-sided.

I don't think Trump is a fascist (and I come from a country with fascist background - I know), I also don't think he is racist (at least not in an active way, he's just more the clueless white privilege type).

I think he is not fit to be POTUS for a few reasons, but the main one is his behaviour: He cannot take criticism and is not reflective and admits to faults (thats a good personality trait for anyone - shows backbone and integrity).
He just doesn't have that or doesn't show it.

I don't like him dismantling the ACA, and his stance on climate change is more than worrying; fighting overbloated bureaucracy and corruption is definitely a good move though.

I can't and won't talk much about Hillary, I'm sure she wouldn't be the best candidate either, but if really all of her emails are out there and she's still not prosecuted for any crime, than than she's better than 50% of all citizens. :P (don't take this too serious guise). Anyway she's not the president, so she kinda doesn't matter anymore.

In general the US parties are both very center right, they are not that different. The irrational fear and stigma with anything just smelling of "socialism" (which is NOT communism) just amuses me to no end.

Culturally I really like the US, the people are super friendly too, but damn, some of your laws and legislation just terrify me.
I wish you all hope, reason and progress this year, there's potential. Go foward and not back.

298fa No.466

>>460
Comments like This is exactly why trump won, and why the pendulum is swinging right.
Your average normie is starting to think the left is crazy. Which at this point im convinced that it is.

39c04 No.467

Jesus Christ, this is still going/here/not locked? Yeah, really want to see political commentary HERE of all fucking places…

1d2da No.468

>>466

no, comments like that one aren't why Trump won, and many "normies" are pretty afraid of the next couple of years

I can't believe people are still defending one of the worst people to ever win the elections

like, "nuh-uh he's not racist" or "nuh-uh, he's not a sexual deviant" (you forgot to deny him being a woman-hater, too), or "yeah, but REAL rapists and racists…" (wow, really?)

I mean, how many examples of disgusting behavior do you need to finally see that he's a stupid, aggressive bigot who's proud of being ignorant (I mean, who's gonna educate such a powerful, egoistic big baby?), and who's totally clueless when it comes to actually being the POTUS?

*his own* acts, tweets and speeches are perfect examples of just how much the US is screwed right now

oh, and also the people he's chosen, who are probably as bad or even worse than he is, ranging from hateful bigots to people who actively fuck over schools or who, like him, deny a tiny little thing called climate change (aren't you glad that they will be in charge of education or environment-related issues now?)

but yeah, sure, Hillary was the worst (even though fact-checking shows that most of this evil is due to her having the audacity of being a woman, plus urban legends, plus the fact that no politician, especially an experienced one, is going to have clean hands) and he's totally not corrupt at all, guise (even though there are countless examples of him being corrupt, like most of his aforementioned people being rewarded that way after they threw tons of money at him as his supporters during the elections)

maybe let's return to our regular porn, because the longer this thread goes on, the creepier some of the Dorito supporters' comments get

a978c No.469

>>466
Everybody is going crazy, considering how bad the economy has gotten, I don't blame them

fbf12 No.470

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>>467
This is potentially a world changing event. And not just minor world changing. This could influence history on a grand scale. This IS influencing history as we speak. This may be one of the biggest deals in our life time. It's going to bleed over into potentially everything for as long as it's going on. It's not something you can just bury your head in the sand over, sadly, as I wish I could.

b1e91 No.471

>>468
Incredulousness is not an argument; how is it that he is a racist or a sexual deviant or a woman hater, and how is everyone who voted for him any of those things?

Please provide examples, rather than keeping vague and lazy in order to slander a guy who, while hardly a good politician or person, really has not done much of anything that is unreasonable.

It is absurd to think that Clinton lost for being a woman. She lost because she kept the same rhetoric that was used for the last eight years and divided the nation.

Your pathetic pleads to try and throw shit and then run is emblematic of the reasons why he won.

39c04 No.472

>>470
I'm not advocating burying your head in the sand ostrich-style. I'm saying, maybe it doesn't HAVE to bleed over. Politics are the most inane and potentially inflammatory topic you could choose to bring up. Whatever, let's all fucking shitpost until the cows come home; I'm just personally tired of going everywhere and being unable to escape this 'BUT YOU MUST BE OUTRAGED TOO RIGHT?' mindset. No, I'm not. I don't give two fucks, just shut the fuck up about it already. Besides, this is literally the last place I want to see 'holier than thou' comments from the community at large. Seriously, what the hell do you want us to do about it?

e13a1 No.473

>>471
Let's be honest. You're sealioning right now. If you don't already have enough evidence to believe Trump is a racist and sexist then you're either incredibly willfully ignorant or already know and don't care. It's pointless to try and argue with either somebody who is so insanely unaware of the situation, or somebody who is a liar.

e13a1 No.474

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>>472
What do I expect you to do? Join the discussion or ignore it. There's a block thread button. You can use it for mpreg and furry stuff. Use it for this too.

e6f28 No.475

>>473
Yeah, keep insulting everybody who asks for evidence, I'm sure one day it'll work.

64953 No.476

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>>473
>typical hillary supporter who can't come up with an ounce of proof for their claims against trump, and resort to non-arguments like insulting someone
it would be nice if for once a hillary supporter could actually be good at debating and not just make claims that are either unsubstantiated or proven false
but then again, most people with enough of a brain to debate probably voted for someone else

93bd0 No.477

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>mfw not part of the US and watching this thread grow into something magical.

c5a96 No.478

>>477
I'm with you on on this and I'm in the US. LOL I didn't vote this year because i felt the lending my support to either candidate would only reflect poorly on my own intelligence. Plus there is the Psychotic side to me the just want's to see watch world burn. I knew the voting would just be a waste of good gas that i could pour on the fire later.

39c04 No.479

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>>474
So you don't want people burying their heads in the sand, as you said, but you're advocating blocking the thread; love how you also realize this thread is part of the arguably worst and more overwrought aspects of this site/community, i.e. furries and mpreg. Also, isn't this all part of the 'discussion' as you call it? Which invariably comes down to 'no, you're wrong, I'm right' ad hoc arguments anyway. My entire point is that this is literally the last place I want to see a political discourse taking place, oh well!

298fa No.480

>>468
The worse case scenario is that hes an asshole that doesnt know when to shut hes mouth.Which if you dont want to vote for one, thats your right and certainly understandable.

Its pretty hard for be to believe a muh soggy knees type guy would be advocating things like tax breaks for children care and six weeks materinity leave.
hes pratically more pro women than hillarys
platform on alot of issues.

Also you might want to read more about your us presidents.
He hasnt been elected yet and hes no where near the levels of awful fdr(i know im going to get shit for this but he pretty much trampled on rights and unlawfullly imprisoned japanese citizens) or andrew jackson.

2ce1d No.481

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I for one welcome Trump's victory. For once, I feel like we have elected somebody that will fight for our own country's interests first. My vote might have not counted for squat in my super-liberal state, but I feel optimistic about the future for once.

298fa No.482

>>481
Its always nice to see some positivity :D

b1e91 No.484

>>473
See previous post, incredulousness is not an argument. If its so obvious, please point out how Donald Trump is a racist or a sexist or a sexual deviant. You are only further proving my point by being so elusive and baselessly calling me a liar when I have neither lied or misled you.

I have ideas of what remarks you may be referring to, and I am waiting for you to point it out so I may dismantle it and show to you why this train of thought has zero reasoning.

79a90 No.485

>>479
You asked what I wanted you yo do. I want you to join the discussion. Failing that, I want you to block the thread so you can ignore it and stop trying to shut down discussion. Don't get mad at me because I gave you a choice.

a978c No.486

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So did anyone else get into communism last year or is it just me?

only related pic I could find

9e9ce No.487

>>486
Kazuvistan is a wonderful country.

84f6e No.488

>>486
Depends what you mean by that. Being swayed by propaganda, or reading the works of marx, engels, etc? Having just finished Das Kapital and the manifesto, Communism is an interesting proposal, but collectivism as a whole has proven to only work on culturally homogenous socieities.

Then again, what does communism actually mean to you, because no true communist was all I got when I tried to actually engage on its glaring issues.

a978c No.489

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>>488
To me it means abandoning the market system as a means of allocating resources and labor. Working to meet the needs of the whole instead of telling everyone to acquire them yourself

Best I can tell no matter how you apply capitalism you always wind up with a bloated commercial sector and the needs of the majority never really met.

There really is no need for competition, there are enough resources for everyone to live comfortably and ethic of greed is good just leads to conflict.

If you want to run your issues by me I'll weigh in on them

44aa1 No.490

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>>486
>>488
>>489
why do people continue to try and perpetuate the same thing that has single handedly killed more people in such a short period than anything else in the history of mankind

a978c No.491

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>>490
>>490
Economic philosophies can't kill people by itself, dictators can kill people, war can kill people, shady businesses doing whatever they want can kill people, a lack of food, clean water and healthcare can kill people.

There are many factors that determine how a society can go right or wrong

84f6e No.492

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>>489
Ah, so in the market critic angle. Then there is a single question which has never been properly addressed. How do you find value of a good without using capitalist principles and, if a method is found, how does it do it better. The idea that "it will be provided as needed" is nice, but that is fundamentally how a market works, where I would then beg the question "Why the middleman?"

As to the 'ideologies dont kill people' they absolutely do. Command economies tragically failed in the soviet union and in socialist china, playing to traditional socialist principles. This was not because of a mad dictator, as that is more a condemnation of totalitarianism, but the famines, breadlines, and lack of luxury goods are evident of the failures of a supposed post-capitalist system.

As far as capitalism's shortcomings, I disagree when you say the majority dont have what they need, as evidently the majority have the necessities, and many have luxuries that the middle and upper classes of the last century never had access to.

84f6e No.493

In addition, at the fundamental level, competition seen throughout history, nature, and life as an indisputable source of progress. It is rediculous to assume that any supposed benefit of doing away with it would outweigh the value of it. Biology is one great dice game, winners and losers are inevitable, and letting losers be winners, while noble in intent, weaken the whole.

a978c No.494

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>>492
Value without a market system is what a good can do for someone and how rare it is. You could ask "why the middleman" but one could say having to put a price tag on everything and having to market it to a desired customer is more of a burden than determining who needs what.

It's not the ideology but how it's applied. Communism doesn't need totalitarianism in fact most advocates of it would call for a democracy much like the one we have. There are many factors for why the US is doing better than Russia and China and ideology is not the only factor

We could debate over whether or not the majority has what they need but either way we both know that as a global civilization we could stand to do a lot better. It is possible for everyone to not be homeless, have food, water electricity and healthcare but the market system has no incentive to end any form of scarcity so it'll probably never happen as is.

a978c No.495

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>>493
Society will always have winners and losers in a relative sense. Creating a system that meets everyone's needs will allow society to reach a level that it has never achieved before.

fcbc9 No.496

You have to pay money to see Karl marx tomb.
Since the commies that own it could find a viable means to maintain it.
Check mate communists :^)
In all seriousness it's a failed ideology.
There's a reason why it always turns into despots or dictatorships.
It will never work as long as humans have and act on the emotions that cause materialism

a978c No.497

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>>496
Assuming human nature is fixed once the incentive to be greedy is removed the behavior will drop

38616 No.498

>>494

Not to interrupt your fascinating discussion, but I'd like to correct you on one thing- and believe me, this is an extremely common misconception. The US, despite popular belief, is NOT a democracy. It is, by definition, a republic.

We are not the people who make the decisions- that would be a democracy. Instead, we elect people to make decisions for us. That's a republic.

(seriously though, it even says it right in the pledge of allegiance- 'and to the /republic/, for which it stands')

44aa1 No.499

>>491
and socialism has gone wrong
every
single
time
as long as it's run by a living creature capable of free will, it's going to fail
ffs they even did it with mice and it fucking failed

65d89 No.500

Why is this crap on a fetish board? Take this to Reddit or any of the chans ffs.

44aa1 No.501

>>500
because this is the random board
you are more than free to filter this thread, just because you don't like politics doesn't mean nobody should be allowed to discuss it

61ac1 No.502

>>500
I originally thought that way as well but, if people can have a constructive discussion I'm all good.

No point fighting among those who understand your fetish when you can be enjoying the same thing, especially if you're in the minority.

12355 No.503

>>494
But how do you quantify good and rarity? Just because something is rare, does not mean you need more of them. For example, MRI machines do a lot of good, and are pretty rare, but if the state were to demand/the commune desire we build more, the materiel would be wasted to create an excess of a good that requires specific training. The only way you can correctly use resorces is by quantifying demand and providing a supply for it, to which I say why not have private companies do so. The idea of 'finding how much is needed' is simply put state capitalism, which has been proven to be inefficient because capitalism without market incentives is not going to put every bit of labor/currency/resources to the best use.

There is a fundamental difference between communism and democracy, let us be very clear here. Communism has no room for dissent, and refusesA purely theoretical ideology is a useless lure for people who believe in higher purposes. If such an ideology, in practice, results in only economic mismanagement, the rise of a totalitarian state

12355 No.504

>>494
But how do you quantify good and rarity? Just because something is rare, does not mean you need more of them. For example, MRI machines do a lot of good, and are pretty rare, but if the state were to demand/the commune desire we build more, the materiel would be wasted to create an excess of a good that requires specific training. The only way you can correctly use resorces is by quantifying demand and providing a supply for it, to which I say why not have private companies do so. The idea of 'finding how much is needed' is simply put state capitalism, which has been proven to be inefficient because capitalism without market incentives is not going to put every bit of labor/currency/resources to the best use.

There is a fundamental difference between communism/socialism and democracy/ the republic, let us be very clear here. Communism has no room for dissent, and refuses to create such room, as it must quash all opposing ideologies to be effective. A republic especially allows for any ideology to take hold and for there to be a marketplace of ideas. Communism is a totalitarian ideology at its core, even Marx's end society is a distopian wreck where nobody can dare to go against the commune.

A purely theoretical ideology is a useless lure for people who believe in higher purposes. If such an ideology, in practice, results in only economic mismanagement, the rise of a totalitarian state, and the purge of any dissentor, its not one that has any right to succeed in the market of ideas.

As far as the 'global civilization' (one that capitalism created mind you, but that is beside the point). The nation states, and the cultural/ethnic breakdown thereof are the ones responsible for the states each country is in. The talk of a global world is a different one however, and as far as scarcity, that is the truth of the world. There are those who do not succeed. I pity them, but I do not believe that any state should enforce charity upon its populace. Guarantees come at costs, and any one that claims it doesn't is being deceptive. If one is guaranteed the necessities, they will never have the drive to compete and succeed, resulting only in stalling and government-funded dead ends that one can see in the modern lower class.

1dcb7 No.505

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>living in a social-democratic country
>socialism not the same as communism
>have market that 'thank god' is not neoliberal yet
>enjoy paid sick days
>enjoy 25 holiday-days (paid) a year
>enjoy 14 monthly-wages a year
>enjoy mostly free or cheap healthcare
>reading this thread

>pic related

feels good man.

a978c No.506

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>>504
The problem with leaving anything in the hands of private industries is that a business will always put itself before the consumer especially if we treat businesses like entities that need to kept alive. The need for profit will always come before you and everyone else

>>There is a fundamental difference between communism/socialism and democracy/ the republic, let us be very clear here. Communism has no room for dissent, and refuses to create such room, as it must quash all opposing ideologies to be effective. A republic especially allows for any ideology to take hold and for there to be a marketplace of ideas. Communism is a totalitarian ideology at its core, even Marx's end society is a distopian wreck where nobody can dare to go against the commune.


Only what the market demands, every thing else is deemed a waste of time. The only freedom it provides is the illusion of such.

>>A purely theoretical ideology is a useless lure for people who believe in higher purposes. If such an ideology, in practice, results in only economic mismanagement, the rise of a totalitarian state, and the purge of any dissentor, its not one that has any right to succeed in the market of ideas.


Capitalism was purely theoretical at some point too and arguably has led to a totalitarian state too. For example have you seen what happens to countries who refuse to accept the US dollar.

>>There are those who do not succeed. I pity them, but I do not believe that any state should enforce charity upon its populace. Guarantees come at costs, and any one that claims it doesn't is being deceptive. If one is guaranteed the necessities, they will never have the drive to compete and succeed, resulting only in stalling and government-funded dead ends that one can see in the modern lower class.


The problem is at some point around fifty years it became easier to provide for people than making them find a job, which there are less and less of and there will be even less in the years to come. Now you could say this is their problem and you would be right if everyone lived in their own bubble, but personal problems tend to bleed over. Even if it’s just millions of people trying to hustle their way out of poverty the legal way it would lead to more wasted resources and more wasted energy when the only thing it would cost to feed and house them is the food and the home.

To make a long story short it would cost less to give a homeless person a home than make him work at Walmart

This has been a lot of fun for me by the way, keep the questions coming

ed184 No.507

>>506
>Capitalism was purely theoretical at some point too and arguably has led to a totalitarian state too. For example have you seen what happens to countries who refuse to accept the US dollar.
It was theoretical over 200 years ago.
It stopped being that after people figured out it worked.
Communism has yet to achieve that.
Also the united states isn't totalitarian
flexing your power and influence =/= totalitarian

As for society taking care of peoples basic needs ie shelter food.
Its a noble and great idea in concept but its not sustainable long term.
Ultimately what it would cause is economic migrants in from 3rd world countries who ultimately just want the handouts and don't actually want to be productive members in society or integrate.

You can see this happening right now in places like sweden and germany.
In a few decades(maybe even less) they are going to have to find a solution to this problem once their migrant problem starts getting even worse. How would you address problems like that.

7685e No.508

>>507
As someone with first-hand experience with migrants and refugees: You are wrong.

People always want to make a living for themselves, they don't want handouts, no matter where they are from. Problem is laws prohibiting them from doing so or short sighted and close minded people/politicians/corporations not seeing that potential.

>inb4 example of lazy people not doing shit

you have that everywhere, one might be a migrant, one might be a citzien, there's always some assholes - all around the world. But they are such a small margin.

Countries like Germany and Sweden not only have the resources to sustain immigration, they actually need it because of their aging and declining own population.

Plus freaking people have always migrated everywhere. I mean the US is a migrant country.

12355 No.509

>The problem with leaving anything in the hands of private industries is that a business will always put itself before the consumer especially if we treat businesses like entities that need to kept alive. The need for profit will always come before you and everyone else

Incorrect. A company that prioritizes their margins over consumers will soon find that they have no margin. The consumer has the power in a capitalist system, and can choose what products to buy. Government intervention to keep businesses afloat is an abomination created from state capitalists. The need for profit assumes that you have people to profit from, which means you must provide a service or good for purchase. Marx's critiques never seem to account for the power the consumer (worker) holds within the system (beyond their ability to destroy it).

>Only what the market demands, every thing else is deemed a waste of time. The only freedom it provides is the illusion of such.


Illusion of such? Elaborate, because as it stands, a free market does not preclude discussions of ideology. This is self evident in this conversation and the ability to have the communist ideology exist legally in capitalist societies.

>Capitalism was purely theoretical at some point too and arguably has led to a totalitarian state too. For example have you seen what happens to countries who refuse to accept the US dollar.


It was, but the key difference was that capitalism was a result of better quantification of resources. Capitalism in its most basic forms came about with currency, and the underlying principles of supply and demand existed even in barter economies. The other key difference is that capitalism and the governments that practice it are separate entities, whereas in communism the government (or commune in an An-com ideal) is the economy. A free market says nothing about the governments that allow it, while a central planning system automatically assumes government has the power to intervene in every section of industry.

The US petrodollar is a result of state capitalism, which I have already condemned wildly, but the same would have happened in any economic system with such an oil demand.

>The problem is at some point around fifty years it became easier to provide for people than making them find a job, which there are less and less of and there will be even less in the years to come. Now you could say this is their problem and you would be right if everyone lived in their own bubble, but personal problems tend to bleed over. Even if it’s just millions of people trying to hustle their way out of poverty the legal way it would lead to more wasted resources and more wasted energy when the only thing it would cost to feed and house them is the food and the home.


To the contrary, it has not. Government welfare is not a capitalist idea, and growing inflation and debt as a result has hidden the true cost of such programs. These are problems that occur with fiat currencies. Provision of basic needs will not last forever, until we reach some magical post scarcity (the debate on the possibility of that is another thing). Personal bubbles are the freedoms we are allowed, and what our governments should guard. The interconnectivity of the modern world does not obligate those who succeed to provide for those who fail. If the millions currently in the modern dead ends were mobilized (they cant be due to minimum wage laws in low labor participation countries), then there would only be waste if the government just threw money at them. If it provided impetus for private sector jobs, the waste would be minimized (for example, a private rail/road company making new infrastructure in the American's case). If you were to provide the incentives for them to work, and remove minimum wages, then they can be effectively brought back into the work force

>To make a long story short it would cost less to give a homeless person a home than make him work at Walmart


What costs are there in making him work, precisely? There are massive costs in providing people necessities, and at least there are services rendered if such a person is put to work.

a978c No.510

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>>507
If we streamline our infrastructure to the point where we can attract all the immigrants we can take care of them too.

There won’t be an immigration problem because at that point immigration won’t be a problem

d83f8 No.511

It always amuses me the kind of hate communism and socialism get on imageboards where even identity is given up to the gestalt and everyone bitches about paywalls.

a978c No.512

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>>509

>>Personal bubbles are the freedoms we are allowed, and what our governments should guard. The interconnectivity of the modern world does not obligate those who succeed to provide for those who fail.


Personal bubbles are a mental construct. There is no such thing existing in a bubble. The existence of any homeless is going negatively effect the area you are in, so will starving children and sick people being everywhere will definitely have an a negative effect on where you are. You can tell those people to take care of their problems themselves but ultimately it won’t fix anything.

>>What costs are there in making him work, precisely? There are massive costs in providing people necessities, and at least there are services rendered if such a person is put to work.


You have to create a work place, something for him to do, and he has to commute. All these take up resources, even if he finds all these things himself. On top of getting himself a home, healthcare, food and whatever he needs. At this point having a job is just an unnecessary middleman for acquiring what he needs. Especially if we are currently at full employment and there really is no need for him to do anything because there is no job for him.

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>>508
Even with citizens sure its a problem but not as bad. My entire city is basically filled with post USSR refugees like Bosnians. Most of them are honest hard working people who genuinely want to make a life here.

Your right thats most refugees.

However whats happening in europe, or in the southern united states is very different from your typical refugee.
Theres a reason why they are all trying to go to places like germany, sweden, UK rather than eastern Europe or some other european country. This is also why groups like AFD are suddenly becoming polltically relevant despite being actually somewhat fascist(well some of the supporters anyways). People realize its a problem. Even for a socialist welfare state.


Also needing immigration =/= poorly controlled immigration.

Germany has the infrastructure to support the current refugee population but what happens when that population doubles or triples.

MFw i cant remember the last time ive seen a political discussion stay this civil on the internet.
Good job guys

e12ff No.514

>>513
>what happens when that population doubles or triples?

GERMANY WILL SURE FIND OUT LOL. Only it'll be because the 'children' refugees (the ones that came with gray facial hair and age lines wider than the rings of some trees) start having babies with the locals.

The vast majority of refugees flooding into Germany are not families, women or children. They're men. They aren't in Germany for any other reason than to get around needing immigration papers and the process. They aren't in Germany to become German citizens, they're there to trojan horse an easier way in to sponsor other people from their assorted countries.

Did you know the Deobandi muslims in Britain/the UK comprise over 80% of all muslims there? The deobandi sect was created as a way to resist assimilation in Pakistan and India, back when Britain colonized it. The deobandi muslims have been erecting mosque after mosque in redundant distances, have been conducting 'sharia patrols' in neighborhoods they bully into being mono-culture shelters for themselves and have been running around calling everybody a racist who disagrees with this behavior.

They are, in fact, colonizing the fertile soil of European socialist welfare states and being shown exactly why it is North America does not tolerate that very much. Because all they do is try to cordone themselves off as minorities under the idea being a minority makes you a precious baby that needs protection and nurturing to grow vs. the big bad entrenched historical ethnicity already living there until your numbers are too big to ever fully assimilate.

They had not accounted for the idea that the people who aren't forced to assimilate or diversify might try to seize control of the whole thing from the bottom, seeing no resistance and having every reason to try and take it for their people, their religion, their ideology, their homeland.

Or maybe they did. You know, communists absolutely hate nation states, and they absolutely hate entrenched cultural powers that are not communism. The reason they love to preach diversity in western countries is because they imagine if they play different ethnic groups off one another, then they'll balance out and be forced to intermix until there's only mutts left with no ethno-national heritage that keeps people different and apart. That's not how it works, but that's what they want to imagine will help bring in their "inevitable evolution of mankind."

What we're seeing right now is Europe being torn apart on the inside by people who are letting the wolves in "for the greater good." It's not wide eyed innocence. It's unconscionable, benefit-of-the-doubt having evil.

40b6c No.515

>Personal bubbles are a mental construct. There is no such thing existing in a bubble. The existence of any homeless is going negatively effect the area you are in, so will starving children and sick people being everywhere will definitely have an a negative effect on where you are. You can tell those people to take care of their problems themselves but ultimately it won’t fix anything.

A person should have every right to choose if they wish to address the problems in society around them. People may well be personally motivated to improve the situations of people around them (people are naturally supportive of their fellow man for the most part). Government intervention is coercion, which is an injustice, regardless of how noble an intent. Before the advent of the modern welfare state, charities both organized and personal were able to provide for the needy.

>You have to create a work place, something for him to do, and he has to commute. All these take up resources, even if he finds all these things himself. On top of getting himself a home, healthcare, food and whatever he needs. At this point having a job is just an unnecessary middleman for acquiring what he needs. Especially if we are currently at full employment and there really is no need for him to do anything because there is no job for him.


If a government was just creating such in order to provide work, it would be a waste. However, if there were not government limitations, people could be put to work in things that would be of value (again, low wage menial labor is always in massive demand, but not at the current minimum wage.) The only serious costs are the necessities, which is an expense in both systems, except now people are providing value to society. The value provided by laborers outweighs the cost of the equipment used and transportation needed. It is inane to think that it would cost a company would operate such a thing if it were not worth the value provided.

e12ff No.516

To the people who are in favor of a default welfare state:

How do you deal with the people whose only compulsion or interest is to fuck, do drugs and make children? Because believe it or not, they exist. They may be racists, they may be ethno-supremacists whom see it as the perfect opportunity to saturate the gene pool with their own offspring in order to make the civilization and society guarantee the success of their progeny.

How do you deal with that without destroying these peoples civil rights? Because this is exactly what we are dealing with. From the Mormons to the ethnosupremacist afrocentrists, to probably a few white supremacists, this is the source of a considerable amount of children winding up in orphanages or on the dole of the state. People born solely to grow up and fight a numbers game by existing, where before the existence of such a system, they'd have simply met unfortunate ends of the street or died.

A state generally does not care where its new workers and people come from; it's neutral. However, understandably, people naturally do not like being used to subsidize other families growing, growing, growing while their own cannot, despite them doing everything right and these self-appointed racist "breeders" just scraping the bottom of the barrel enough to bed loose and fertile women. Why can't we all do that? The only thing stopping us is dignity, a sense of right and wrong and some desire to not race out and flood the genetic market with as many copies of us as possible.

With a big welfare state set up to support and protect and shelter and feed every new body that is born, you give people like this all the inspiration and encouragement they need to indiscriminately just breed and drop their spawn off at the state's doorstep to raise them, using tax payer money to do it. This is not the way it should be. If you want to breed and give your children a good life, not starving to death, you should have a job and the resources to accomplish it. Whether you can afford it by your hard work, and not by the efforts of a government that can just devour *everybody elses* resources, is the acid test of a parent.

A government shouldn't subsidize the costs and difficulties of raising children for the same reason it shouldn't arrange who you live and breed with. A government should merely make jobs more accessible for people to finance. Until and unless we address exactly how we're going to dissuade this 'genetic flooding' behavior by unscrupulous, racist, selfish people who'll lob as many chunks of their genetic copies down the drain as possible for themselves, we should not think about subsidizing their shelter, their food, their educations or their access to jobs. Because they aren't playing the game right and they're taking capital away from everybody else.

Being able to only afford what you're worth from the worth of your job is one of the only ways to curb and bottleneck rampant reproduction. It helps birth rates level out. Europe is only beginning to understand exactly what it is to deal with this sort of thing now that the refugees and immigrants are trying to carve out a little piece of home in their own countries while refusing to assimilate and trying to change it with a nation of warm bodies.

89c39 No.517

>>516
this is why we need to incentivize vasectomies in the poor community, the less poor people shitting out babies left and right to continue the vicious cycle, the better

e12ff No.518

>>517
Yes but vasectomies are voluntary. If someone is DELIBERATELY doing this as a way to leech off the government and turn their children/"their people" into a standing force, meant solely to perpetuate their population and with it, their identity and ideas?

75fba No.519

Came to this thread for the overwatch pics, was deeply disapointed when I found out where they had been put. They had better homes elsewhere, where I could look at them without having all the politics just kinda sitting there and stinking.

59595 No.520

>>519
I don't know why people are posting pics here either, but all you gotta do is save and move along.

a978c No.521

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>>515
>>A person should have every right to choose if they wish to address the problems in society around them. People may well be personally motivated to improve the situations of people around them (people are naturally supportive of their fellow man for the most part). Government intervention is coercion, which is an injustice, regardless of how noble an intent. Before the advent of the modern welfare state, charities both organized and personal were able to provide for the needy.

Social responsibility is one of the government’s biggest duties. It is not a matter of being noble, it is a country doing what is best for the country. Leaving it in the hands of individuals will only lead to many groups doing some good in small amounts but ultimately be useless on the whole. There has to be something bigger than churches or nonprofits handling the problem.

>>The value provided by laborers outweighs the cost of the equipment used and transportation needed. It is inane to think that it would cost a company would operate such a thing if it were not worth the value provided.


Many jobs provide no actual value to society but only help the company itself. There are many jobs out there that we both would agree are useless for society.

a978c No.522

>>519
All but one of the overwatch pics were made by http://plus1b.deviantart.com/ so far he drew all of them except for Ana and Pharah.

a978c No.523

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>>516

>>Being able to only afford what you're worth from the worth of your job is one of the only ways to curb and bottleneck rampant reproduction.


Actually the birth rate has been going down on it’s own. Fertility has gone down with time and when it became apparent that more than one out of three of your children will reach adulthood the need to make children to make children goes away.

The majority is aware of the fact that child raising is difficult even when you’re financially provided for and most women would prefer to terminate or prevent an unwanted pregnancy with birth control than just go through with it and leave their spawn for the state to deal with. On top of that over producing will still be socially discouraged like it is now, making more children than you can take care of is still frowned upon.

Regardless, it’s possible with the resources and technology we have to provide for a population more than five times the size of the world’s, although we’ll more than likely cap ourselves before we hit those numbers.

This is a funny place to talk about over population isn't it?

3d2ce No.524

>>521
Social responsibility is not the responsibility of government (if the term social did not already say that). Social responsibility is the job of each of us who wish to see improvement in our overall society. A government coercing out such efforts will only serve to lower the resolve of the people to try and take social responsibility, with more waste all around (because again, a state led effort that is unmotivated by market incentives will fail to provide the most efficient system).

Please provide to me a job that is not worth itself existing (in the private sector)

775d8 No.525

>>523
Actually, it sounds fairly apropos to me. But having read those huge chunks of political discussion all at once, I just find that my head is kinda spinning. It seems like some of the points were being raised based on firsthand or secondhand experience, and so it became (to a small extent) a debate between subjective experiences that only reflect certain parts of the whole.
Not that I'm denying the validity of any points raised here. I just wish there was a better way to quantify them, so that people could come closer to figuring out what political ideologies are better for humanity overall.
I know that wishful thinking like that doesn't really have a place in political discussion, but it's kinda the end goal, right?

e12ff No.526

>>523
It's indeed true that those whom have embraced *western values*, like secularism, like science, like sexual equality, reason and liberalism eventually tone it down a bit.

Cultures that have not, do not. And those are the ones behind a great deal of the breeding going on. Those are the ones producing fundamentalist, xenophobic crazy people that quite literally want to use having children among themselves as a way to flood competing groups of people with their own people. And so long as we continue to say that imposing these cultural vlaues, such as secularism, sexual equality and more on their communities is somehow "white imperialism," we will continue to experience partitioned communities that do nothing but breed.

If they had an unending tap to public money, they'd have even more numbers. They'd be further subsidized by everybody elses labor for their own families to become oversized.

The birth rate has gone down across western countries, but it is ballooning in those places that still keep their women culturally subdued as a piece of their cultural heritage and identity. And make no mistake, some of those population balloons are groing *deliberately* to sweep competitor cultures away or assimilate them.

05125 No.527

in general great discussion here and it became more civilized over time, usually it's the opposite.

>>526
this seems drastic, but overall you are probably right.
So what do to about it?
A lot of cultures and civilisations have problems and are still struggling with secularity (hell, it's always put into question even in today's age in western countrys, even though IT SHOULD BE THE STANDARD).

You cannot force the development to secularism on a culture, or if you do it will probably lead to war - which in turn would produce more fundamentalism and extremism.

Other option: Leave them alone and figure out their own shit. The problem with this is that technology and globalization connected this world already, and it's hard to turn it off. If a country tries to curb it with trade sanctions, firewalls or other means, the people or even corporations cry out about restricting freedom.

3d2ce No.528

>>527
In my honest opinion we should take a more serious version of the first, and return to true imperialism from europe. Our exportation of european values increased the quality of life in the nations colonized drastically. When we decided to try and live and let live with cultures that do not believe the same, we gave up on the rest of the world. It is through the enforcement of european laws that the culture will shift. Those people must be kept from countries that have adopted basic principles of secularism and common law, lest they try to politically advance their backwards ideologies.

The race question is one I prefer to avoid, as IQ mapping and HDI mapping correllate pretty well, which, while convincing to many, I believe is more of a result of culture. Until we can wash away cultures that result in backwards people, we cannot hope to advance together.

This is why I am in favor of nationalism, as then only nations and cultures that can succeed will, and we will not waste our resources trying to advance those who would prefer darkness. If we are going to civilize them in a globalist sense, it must regrettably happen through western occupation/colonialism.

a978c No.529

>>524
>Social responsibility is the job of each of us who wish to see improvement in our overall society.

And some of those people work within a government. If you work for the government and your goal is no to serve the people than what are you there for? What is the government there for?

There is a job out there that you don't think highly of, it's ok if you can't recall it right now. Maybe it's programming adware or selling sketchy drugs for the pharmaceutical industry

79a90 No.530

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>>526
This seems like a really easy thing to deter with a cap on benefits. If you gave everybody a limited amount of benefits, enough to garuntee survival, health care, a home and food, then you'll be set. People will continue to work because they want more than the basic necessities. Taking care of a bunch of kids isn't going to be a good time when you don't have the resources to do anything but raise them. Raising them will be such a full time job that they won't even be able to actually work. Thus having too many kids would trap them at the bare minimum required to take care of all their kids and the issue solves itself. Just make sure social services are improved to handle it too.

Just do the bare minimum to stop people from dying in the streets. Please for the love of our fellow people. We can prevent all this starvation and homelessness but we make all these excuses for how it's not practical when we all know what the real issue is that it's not profitable. I'm sick and tired of people pretending the US is the greatest country in the world when we let our people die in droves because we can't pay for medication, homes, and food despite having a surplus of all of those. We are failing our fellow Americans and instead of devoting so much time trying to explain why we are letting our people die maybe we should start doing something about it.

a978c No.531

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>>526
The other countries on the whole are moving towards our attitude. Even with those cultures, making more kids than you can handle is still frowned upon.

These groups are also small, even when motivated you can only make so many babies at a time, enlightenment will hit them eventually or at least the women who don't want be baby machines for some cause she doesn't want to be apart of.

While I can respect the fear of overpopulation, I find that the problems of mass wealth inequality and a large chunk of the world population without clean water or electricity to be a bigger more imminent matter

62c92 No.532

Delete this already.

ed184 No.533

>>523
The birth rate going down is only reflected in white people and Asians from my understanding.
If you look at minority communities even in the united states that isn't happening.

From my understanding most western countries population would be like japan if we didn't have immigrants.

e12ff No.534

>>533
In America it's primarily because we just don't have the money at the grass roots to have babies anymore. Medical liability alone is huge.

Meanwhile minority communities keep ratttling on about socializing healthcare and child care and free college. Mostly because when you're 14% of the population and most of you have lousy jobs that don't pay much but offer federal pensions, you won't really be paying into it much but reaping the rewards.

And while I'm not one of those people that goes "this is all feminism's fault!" I will say it's close, but that would be a gross, gross misunderstanding. Feminism is an enormous tent with many views. All of them want to pass themselves off as feminism without shutting an idea out, all of them get validation as REAL feminism under the tent, so when learning and interacting under that tent you're taught not to question any views as 'fake feminism.'

Outside the tent when it's applied, the hair brained hateful versions run around with all the privileges of 'female equality' feminism and browbeat, chastise and harass people under the cover of hunting for sexism or misogyny. And when called on it, other feminists go, "well those aren't real feminists. So I don't know why you're talking about them to me. They don't exist/aren't important."

Women of different ethnic groups are being taught histrionic hate of themselves in the name of social justice. White women are being taught that white people are monsters, and to 'make good' they need to compensate by not having children, if only as "some small way" to make it up for "all the horrors their people wrought." So having babies is such a small priority to so many, it's just not likely to happen. They're so wrapped up in this horrible guilt and culture of what they believe is 'social justice' that it's all but forcing men to go interracial, just because of the lack of sexual partners within their own ethnic group. And it's a self-affirming loop. They just won't snap out of it unless they as individuals get tired of it. It's a racist and self-destructive sentiment to have, but these days many would rather be gender-trenders to escape being a white woman than just be a white woman.

I don't believe imperialism is needed. I think we just need to make it impossible to raise children unless you work your ass off to do so and the only way they'll advance is to go to school, otherwise they'll not have the money to raise them and trying to make more will make them a pariah in their own communities. All that can be accomplished with making technical skill jobs have standards to reach in performance that dumber or less responsible people won't be able to attain by design. In a few decades it'll sort itself out. Just a few generations.

Japan also isn't fading the way China with its "1 child, 1 family policy" is. Japan's population is leveling off. As soon as more of the older generation dies off, they'll start having more children.

We don't need immigrants. Immigrants need new lands to live in. We developed new and better ways of accomplishing more labor with less hands for this.

As for taking care of our fellow man: I'm okay with taking care of my fellow *responsible* man. I don't want to subsidize irresponsible selfish assholes whose only compulsion is to abuse the relationship between government and citizens in order to clear their plate and then demand more dinner. A man needs to be paid according to his work to eat, and not more.

3d2ce No.535

>>529
The people are there for the steady checks and job security. I am a minarchist, and believe the government's power should be in civil and criminal law, national defense, and diplomacy. Those are the only things that governments have demonstrated a better ability to manage than a private system. I believe that, for the most part, government /shouldn't/ be there for the average man, average men should be there for the average man.

When it comes to jobs, there is almost never a wasteful position. An adware product is designed to help companies draw in new customers, which is essential to all businesses. People who do such in the sense of malware are criminals looking for a cheap buck; not an honest job.

a978c No.536

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>>535
>>The people are there for the steady checks and job security. I am a minarchist, and believe the government's power should be in civil and criminal law, national defense, and diplomacy.

Eliminating poverty would be the most effective way to prevent crime, eliminate the incentive, give the children of the world the things they need so they won’t have to take it by force. Improve national defense by giving the people a system they can be proud of, a country that works for the people, making people want to work for their country.

>>When it comes to jobs, there is almost never a wasteful position. An adware product is designed to help companies draw in new customers, which is essential to all businesses. People who do such in the sense of malware are criminals looking for a cheap buck; not an honest job.


I’m happy enough that we at least agree that not all jobs are good.

a978c No.537

>>533
>>534
It takes time for new values and ideas to set in. Typically the ones who haven't accepted the new ideas are in the lower classes, which are usually made up of a higher minority population.

ed184 No.538

>>537
Sometimes ideas dont set in at all.
Alot of these minority communities dont want to integrate properly or just dont care.
The Bosnians where im at basically integrated well despite being muslim refugees from the Serbian genocide in less than a decade.
You can say well x group needs more time for y idea to set in, but i dont really think thats the issue.

a978c No.539

>>538
Sometimes you have to wait for a generation or two to die off but the notion that we don't need more people is what the majority thinks in a hundred years that view will be almost unanimous

5bc6a No.540

>>528
"Wash away cultures"
"only cultures that succees"

Seriously, you talk like a straight up nazi now.

And what exactly do you mean "European Values"?

Before you launch into your spiel, just pause:
Every human on the planet is the same race: Human. Sure, there's lemons, but thats in every species.

The species evolved the best when cultures came together and learned from each other.

We got democracy from the greek.

An arabic numbersystem (remember how our numbers go from right-to-left instead of the rest of our language? because they are middle eastern)

We have books from Gutenberg - a true revolution for spreading knowledge.

And we have frickin italian pizza
and delicious american coca-cola.

When we forget all that nationalist thinking bullshit, and cherry pick cultures, humanity as a whole improves.
Every frickin time in history.

Everytime something else comes into play, there is war and death.

Technology develops from a culture and the other way around. So the goal should be to give the cultural exchange an open platform, with no fear of political or even genocidal consequences.
Even if you just isolate yourself, you will not progress, more likely decline.

4c2e0 No.541

>>540
When I say european values I mean the lessons learned from the history of western civilization. No other parts of the world accepted the ideals of democracy and the power of the governed. No other culture had the protestant reformation which brought about the idea of secularism in government. You look everywhere outside of western europe and see traditions of totalitarian monarchies and dictatorships that went unchallenged. No other culture has been tempered and reformed to accept individualism as much as the west. The origin of an idea matters very little without the context therein. It is entirely reasonable to argue cultural superiority, and while a bigoted opinion, it is one that any measure of human rights, national success, and overall happiness, supports. If your logic were true, we would have adopted traditions from native americans, indians, africans, and orientals. The near east has not had anything to offer western culture for almost a millenium, and even in 'modern' arab states there are egregious violations of human rights. As it stands now, western ideas are so much more developed and tested that most other ideologies and cultures are holding us back. I am not advocating a forced removal, merely a recognition that european cultures have superiority when it comes to ideology, something most european nations are too cowardly to claim.

Conflict occurs only when cultures clash, which nationalism prevents far better than the forced intermingling of global agendas. Isolation would mean nothing, as there is very little culture to offer outside of europe, especially when it comes to philisophical and political theory (the heart of any cultural background). I believe that european nations should maintain their illustrious culture and not choke on their own humanist ideals. It poetic that they became so accepting and individualist that they will capitulate to the less developed.

89c39 No.542

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today was a good day

79a90 No.543

>>541
A lot of the rhetoric in this thread comes off as "my culture is the best" ethnocentricity.

d83f8 No.544

>>543
That's an incredibly charitable way of phrasing it.

40b6c No.545

>>543
>>544
And yet it is entirely rational to be ethnocentric, as there is not a single historical example of secularism or even democracy outside of Europe that wasn't influenced by Europeans. Please provide me an example of a philosophical or political tradition outside of europe that can claim to be even close to the achievements of the western world.

96b0f No.546

anime

a978c No.547

>>543
World history in a nutshell

9923a No.548

>>545
Lol read a book. Take responsibility for your own ignorance and stop crying when every single person doesn't spoon feed you the entire history of the world every time you have an internet disagreement.

When somebody asks for proof it's always somebody who never provides any proof themselves. Like everybody has a damn reference sheet for every thing they've ever learned. And then they try to redirect it as "see you have no proof" while ignoring that they don't have proof either.

566b2 No.549

>>545

If you believe your ethnicity is so uniquely superior, then why don't you have any accomplishments?

56e68 No.550

>>549
Because he's not his entire race.

d83f8 No.551

>>550
This. Broad sweeping generalizations on contributions to human civilization are only acceptable when used to deny that people outside of western europe did things Then the appropriate response is to yell WE WUZ KANGs until your opponent loses by forfeit.

c8eca No.552

>>548
Ive been providing the point that the west has had traditions of secularism and democracy for hundreds of years ever since this has become a topic. If you require specifics (more precise than the general ideas I proposed earlier) then I will point to the american constitution that provides for seperation of church and state and government requiring the consent of the governed, neither of these simple ideas have been propogated independently of western rule. I am very knowledgeable when it comes to history and have not been asking for a lesson, just a single example where a non-western culture developed either of those ideas.

The fact that you immediately jump to saying that I have not provided example (when I think I have sufficiently, but may as well be precise enough to pin it down.) rather than taking your percieved high ground and actually arguing the contrary is telling.

>>549
>>550
Trying to redirect the argument to ad-hominem when you have no real arguments is pathetic, please actually try to stick to a debate of facts and ideas. But because I relish in being a smart ass, I have been rather successful by this point in my life, and while I may not be a global mover or shaker (nor will I likely ever be), I can still point out and reassert the rich cultural tradition I was born into using the arena of discussion and logic (that ancient western culture created).

I have not argued for ethnic superiority, I have already established that I am unconvinced that ethnicity has that much power over people. I have argued (I'd say successfully but I do hope someone can bring a reasoning that can be discussed) that culture is far more important and that western culture has managed to achieve things that no other culture was able to until the west showed it to them. I mean even if we can cherry pick some nation somewhere in the orient that distanced itself from faith and allowed the people to elect officials, I can still reasonably say that weetern traditions have done the most for the world, and that they have advanced mankind the most (through spreading these ideas and overall increasing the freedoms and reasoning ability of people everywhere.

d83f8 No.553

>>552
>America
>Actually having a separation of church and state
>When the go to way to discredit a candidate is to say he's the wrong sort of religion.

8de7a No.554

>>553
Do you even know what religious freedom and separation of church and state are? Public opinions and personal views are not the same as state religions, theocracies, god-kings, church tithes, or anything of that sort. Its absurd to say that religious in group preferances are somehow the same as state enforcement of faith.

d83f8 No.555

>>554
Democracy runs on argument ad populum. If the populace decides one religion is good and the others bad, you effectively have a shadow theocracy, no matter what laws are on paper.

a978c No.556

>>553
Actually one the few things that impressed me about this election cycle is how none of the candidates brought up Bernie's religion, at least in public

d83f8 No.558

>>556
It got drowned out in "Those muslims tho".

ed184 No.559

>>543
most of the successful countries are European, or places that have had European values imposed on them like some asian countries.


It has more to do with culture and religious influence than ethnicity though.

8de7a No.561

>>555
Except in a democracy with freedom of religion, you are free to practice it regardless of faith. Its absurd to call it a 'shadow theocracy' just because most leaders had the same faith. It is socially expediant to have the same faith as the majority, sure, but it does not prevent you from running, nor does it effectively preclude you from winning (see someone else mentioning Bernie, as much as I disagree with him, his faith never meant anything).

If you are seriously arguing that we should be able to have a muslim run in the US and if we can't we are not religiously free? Would you expect the US in 1944 to elect a Nazi in order to prove that we are ideologically diverse? My problems with islam are manifold, but I can simply argue that it is impossible to elect someone who's ideology we have been at war with for the last decade.

79a90 No.562

>>559
That's a little unfair considering how European expansion is responsible for causing issues throughout the world. "Most successful" tend to also mean the ones that were ruined the least be European influence.

d83f8 No.563

>>562
Imperialism is fine provided you're born into the empire.

1437d No.564

>>562
this.

also how do you define success?

I think in humanity's history the main goal has shifted (with its development and . First it was mostly survival. Then maybe it was exploration and conquest.
Later it was wealth.
Nowadays it should mostly be sustainability and natural impact.

By that regard, we should all be like Costa Rica.

78191 No.565

>>562
>>563
>>564
The idea that Europe ruined everything in colonies is another weak (though at least viable) proposal. As I already explained, no other culture on earth ever developed the same things that europeans did. You need only look at non-european cultures before their 'exploitation' to see the extent of their cultural advancement.

While I will concede that lack of european interest in the politics of the regions prior to colonization wreaked havoc on the cultures there, I do not believe that there was much there in the first place worth preserving beyond thier histories, which were preserved. The simple tribal and religious systems were frail, unsophisticated, and backwards in many regions colonized (namely in the americas and africa, the orient was a stranger affair, and one with little actual colonization and imposition of european culture.

Sustainability is a fantasy, as scarcity is a reality. Efficiency is the true way forward as waste is what makes most things 'unsustainable.' The only way further is to push the boundaries of our species and societies, to go among the stars in an eternal competition that will produce untold wonders. Perhaps some day scarcity will become something we can look back on, but I do not see such a situation happening in my lifetime. The story of biology and history is the story of competition, adaptation, and expansion, these things are crucial to human success, as it has been crucial to everything that has come before us.

1437d No.566

>>565

sustainability and efficiency are not mutually exclusive!? the oppisite is the case. Yes, humanity should strive, push boundaries, push efficiency. All of the above is possible in lowering the impact and exploit of our resources.

40b6c No.567

>>566
No, efficiency is not sustainability. Efficiency is merely using everything to the maximum benefit. Sustainability is limiting your use and thereby limiting benefit.

79a90 No.568

>>565
Scarcity is a reality, but we've progressed beyond scarcity having an effect on humanity. These days manufactured scarcity, that which is the creation of scarcity where there is none, is much more prevalent. We have the technology to power the entire world. We have more houses than we have homeless. We have so much food that we're often throwing it away.

We don't because it's not profitable, not because it's not possible. You've bought into the scam that people have to suffer so that you don't.

40b6c No.569

>>568
Certainly agree that individuals have the resources to feed, clothe, and shelter everyone in the nation. I do not believe that people are thereby obligated to surrender our resources to do so. Just because someone lacks something does not entitle them to it. Unfortunate certainly, but your options to rectify are all grossly immoral. The scarcity is from the lack of abundance to the point where everyone is able to afford such things. Most of these artificial scarcities are result of government interventions, but just because there is enough of something to go around, does not mean that people have the right to take it.

79a90 No.570

>>569
It's pretty fucked up that you consider sharing more immoral than letting people die when it can be prevented.

d83f8 No.571

>>569
>Just because someone lacks something does not entitle them to it.
So are you paying for the pics you enjoy seeing posted here?

40b6c No.572

>>571
I am not, but I am also not forcing people to post them here against their will, nor am I forcing people to create content against their will.

>>570
I consider it fundamentally immoral to use the guns of the state to force people to give away their things against their will. While regrettable that people die, it does not necessitate generosity. I will still say that if there were not government-imposed limits on housing quality and food production, there would be less of such artificial scarcity. Please provide a solution to this issue that does not allow for even greater evil.

79a90 No.573

>>572
Guns of the state? You realize people pay taxes, right? That's what taxes are for. To make sure that everybody in a society has what they need. We pay taxes so we can take care of our people. Everybody pays taxes, and there are plenty of rich people who have so much money that they wouldn't even notice it if they had to pay higher taxes. Just tax them a bit more and everybody gets to live.

But you're somehow convinced that letting people die is somehow the lesser evil, so chances are trying to reason with you isn't going to get us anywhere. You're either so rich that you could afford to save lives but don't want to because you're selfish, or not rich enough to be affected by my suggestion and are just for some reason intent on defending the money of people who you owe nothing to even if that means advocating for letting your fellow human beings die. Just be honest that you care more about protecting money and stop pretending that there's any real logic behind your way of thinking.

1ae6a No.574

>>573
>Everybody pays taxes, and there are plenty of rich people who have so much money that they wouldn't even notice it if they had to pay higher taxes. Just tax them a bit more and everybody gets to live.
All that's going to do is make the rich get out of the country and make business in whatever country doesn't take 50% of their salary.

79a90 No.575

>>574
Let them go. It's better than letting them stay and draining all the money out of the country and hoarding it for themselves.

1ae6a No.576

>>575
Yeah, who needs jobs anyway.

ed753 No.577

>>573
I care more about protecting freedoms, as the solution you see to imply sets the premise for a totalitarian state that is allowed to appropriate anything it wants at will. I am not wealthy, but I do believe that people are entitled to what they own, and are entitled to not being coerced by government into giving up what they have.

Its always 'just tax the rich a bit more' marxist bullshit. You would think that maybe the problems would have been solved every other time that rhetoric resulted in a tax hike. Some european countries look at 70+% taxes on the rich, and yet they still have poor, hungry, and homeless people, but I am sure that bumping it to 75% will magically solve all of the problems poor people have. The reality is that governments are wasteful entities that cannot solve societies problems, as they rely on force to cram people's morals down another person's throat. Do remember that if you refuse to pay taxes you are rounded up at gunpoint and sent to prison, so do not act as if taxes are somehow this morally good way to achieve things.

Honestly what is it with you bleeding hearts that always skip over the principles of the matter to say 'you heartless monster.' Seriously its always ad hominem every time I ask for a solution that is more morally sound than allowing people to donate as they please.

82c1f No.578

>>577
I'm gonna call you Andrew Ryan from now on. Go and live in Rapture.

1ae6a No.579

>>578
>Seriously its always ad hominem every time I ask for a solution that is more morally sound than allowing people to donate as they please.

d83f8 No.580

>>577
It is kind of interesting how this kind of objectivist dogma never prevents you from taking charity, just giving it.

2ce1d No.581

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>>577
Hearing about taxing the rich more reminds me of this.

d83f8 No.582

>>581
Funny.
Almost as funny as how everyone lhere gives their tacit approval to piracy and theft and complains about paywalls and then turns around and talks about how everyone else (most often those smelly brown people) are the true leeches.

1ae6a No.583

>>582
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/724800/Syrian-refugee-Ghazia-A-four-wives-23-children-320000-benefits-germany-Montabaur-Twasif
When you find a way to pirate three hundred thousand pounds worth of material point me to it because I want in on it.

d83f8 No.584

>>583
Google ponzi schemes.

1ad25 No.585

>>578
>>579
Still waiting on an alternative.
>>580
Tell me how this idea prevents people from donating to charity? Substantiate your claim, also taxing into welfare is not chatity.
>>582
I believe that piracy and theft are wrong be it some guy stealing porn off the internet or the state demanding the product of my effort because some cokehead with 5 kids made poor life choices. I will donate my time, money, and abilities to those I believe need it.

d83f8 No.586

>>585
Doesn't stop you from supporting it with your presence here.

a978c No.587

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Instead of arguing whether or not taxing the rich is moral or not I'm going to ask the opposite.

Why is allowing an individual or a company to hoard a massive amount of money, like more than what 2/3s of the entire country has put together while being held to no greater accountability than your average citizen moral?

1ae6a No.588

>>587
Because it's theirs.

d83f8 No.589

>>587
Because """"democracy"""" is a great smokescreen for the plutocratic oligarchy.
Didn't you ever see Aladdin? Whoever has the gold makes the rules. Even the perception of basic morality is skewed to favor the wealthy, as evidenced by this thread.

79a90 No.590

>>576
The rich don't make jobs. Time and time again we've seen that trickle down economics don't work. What they do is set up systems to gain as much money as possible while making sure that they pay as little as possible to those who work for them.

cd920 No.591

>>590
Indeed.
And that doesn't even cover the possibility of more and more CEOs exhibiting sociopathic or narcissistic behaviors.

They don't want to be held accountable for their misdeeds if it makes them more money. That's why we need regulations. To hold them accountable and protect us from their irresponsible actions.
For they sure as hell won't do it themselves.

e12ff No.592

>>587
because morality is relative, and by the sounds you're going to spew some socialist/marxist rhetoric about now.

a978c No.593

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>>588
Since the beginning of time? Before they had it was somebody else's. But for the sake of argument let's say they have divine right to maintain possession. Why should they not be held responsible for how they use it?

a978c No.594

>>592
Fair enough, in that case I'll ask the same question again but change "moral" with "good for society"

c5a96 No.595


ed184 No.598

>>593
Trickle down economics actually works.
Its effects are just debatable and typically doesn't benefit anyone but the middle and upper middle class and the wealthy. If you make it cheaper to invest, companies will be more likely to invest.

Its still very debatable if its a good economic theory though to base economic policy for a government.

ed184 No.600

>>587
Because as a society we are allowed to do what we want with our money. There is nothing inherently wrong with this.
Including hoarding it.

Also what do you mean by accountablity.
Business are still held accountable.
I never heard anyone getting away from the wrath of the EPA when they fug up.

2c616 No.601

>>586
Pardon? If you mean to say that people are posting things that shouldnt be (I havent seen an indication of this, but okay). I am not 'supporting' it by seeing something posted. People posting things they shouldnt is a problem, but how am I supporting it by frequenting this site?

>>587
Because any good moral system is universal. Saying that wealth suddenly generates new moral rules only for the wealthy is faulty logic

>>589
Edgy, now provide actual proof.

>>593
Nobody here is saying that people shouldnt be held accountable if they illegally use their money. It is not somehow enforcing responsibility if the state takes large chuncks of it then inefficiently doles it out. Who owned the money before has zero bearing if it was legally and honestly exchanged to the current owner.

>>594
Massive difference, 'good of society' is a term used to justify anything, almost never to the actual good of society. The 'good of society' has been misused. I will argue that private charity did more for people than government ever did, so your 'good for society' bullshit can rest. Just look at the poverty rate after the great society, wealth redistibution did not do society good.

79a90 No.602

>>601
>private charity did more for people than government ever did
>private charity built our roads, pay our fire fighters, and fund our schools, and protects our nation

Welp, I've entirely given up on trying to reason with you. You're ignoring objective facts and there's really no point in making dialogue with you. You're literally living in some kind of delusion.

d83f8 No.603

>>601
>but how am I supporting it by frequenting this site?
The redistrubution of goods is theft and theft is wrong but you have no problem consuming the stolen goods and reaping a benefit. That makes you a hypocrite.

You want to be an ultracapitalist go pay for your porn directly iinstead of using a third party vector.

1ae6a No.604

>>602
Pretty sure we were talking about using tax money for welfare, but maybe if you keep practicing those jumps between topics you can find a job as a stunt double for Super Mario.

d83f8 No.605

>>604
Not an argument.
Imageboards are by their very nature communist. You've got no problem being a part of communism when you benefit from it.

2c616 No.606

>>602
Given the past 50+ posts were about welfare I was hoping that you wouldnt be obtuse enough to say that, but here I am finally being proven wrong for once here. I'll gladly take you up on the massive failures of public education however if we want to add yet another piece to this clusterfuck.

>>603
So this is the part where you magically prove that I have viewed pirated content on this site right? I'm pretty sure since I only ever go on the quest threads and the writing threads I handily avoid any such bullshit. So please prove that 1. I have viewed pirated content. and 2. That I knew any of the content was pirated (malice requires intent) or 3. That by me not viewing pirated content but merely being on this site is tantamount to supporting piracy.

>>605
(Yous) are a currency my man. In all seriousness anarchy maybe, there is no board hivemind that magically determines what porn has the most use value and creates it out of thin air, so communism is right out.

d9f85 No.607

>>606
if you view so strictly about everyone has to earn their own and can do with their own as they please, I'd like to hear your take on Banks.
Banking systems.
And in follow the bank bailouts?

2ce1d No.608

Anyone else psyched to see a president do so much, so quickly? After voting in three elections, I was starting to think campaign promises were meant to be broken.

a978c No.609

>>608
What are you excited about specifically?

a978c No.610


2c616 No.611

>>607
Banks as an institution should be carefully watched by those who invest in them. The people who put their money in need to recognize the risks involved and be more hesitant. Banks that are contractually obligated to pay must do so, failure to do so means that their assets should be liquidated to pay off those contracts. Government intervention has made banking an industry where the banks can never lose, to the detriment of the average person. Banking regulation that favored certain loans was disasterous, and the bank should have never been incentivized to take on such shitty deals. Their covering up of these risks was likewise misleading, and should have led to multiple class action lawsuits.

I apologize if i read too far into this, but the 2008 crash is generally the reason why banking became such a massive issue recently, and is a very good case study to see how pretty much everyone involved did shitty things.

1ae6a No.612

That reminds me, there's a documentary about what led to the 2008 crisis, you should check it out sometime.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inside_Job_(2010_film)

2c616 No.613

>>612
That is a great movie for understanding the bank's role and was great for giving context. Just wish there was more focus on what the HCDA and CRA did to push the bankers toward risky business practices. The bankers sure as hell arent innocent, but they were being given all the wrong incentives for all the noble causes.

a978c No.614

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2c616 No.615

>>614
3rd world hellholes that couldn't be solved by either side. Prove that socialism would magically solve hunger and medical needs, because those famines under communists countries really speak well to communism's ability to actually provide.

I would also like to know where that info from CHOP is, because its no where in their international section.

c5a96 No.616

File: 1485550216967.jpg (54.03 KB, 460x560, 266188.jpg)

I wish we could rez this guy

2ce1d No.617

>>616
As cool as he was, I have a feeling that ANY past president could look awful today, in the age of constant media attention and the quick proliferation of information through social media.

38616 No.618

>>615

In addition to your points, it's also worth noting that the graphic operates under the assumption that capitalism deaths and communism deaths can be compared 1:1.

They can't. Why? Because of a difference in scale. Of course communism is going to kill less people over 100 years, because there's leagues less people affected by it. If the numbers were reversed, things would probably look much less favorable for communism.

Really, the only reason 'capitalism kills more' is because of the differences in scale.

I'd also like to point out that not all of the things mentioned by the graphic are actually relevant to capitalism anyway. Some people will- and for a simple, and somewhat valid reason- refuse help to begin with. Because they want to be self-sufficient, instead of relying on other countries- or because they're already working on the issue themselves.

Really, this is a much more complicated issue than a set of numbers.

1fe71 No.619

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60966 No.620

Trump's president, get triggered, grab your friends, grab your shit, AND GET THIS THREAD OF OUR PORN SITE!

60966 No.621

>>619
This guy gets it

cd920 No.622

>>619
>>620
>>621
This is the Random board, where anything can be discussed.

If you don't want to see this stuff, go to the other porn-dedicated boards, you snowflake.

a978c No.623

>>620
It's become more of a capitalism vs. alternatives to capitalism debate. There's a lot to read but it's gotten pretty good

7c198 No.729

>>469
all I see is a thriving economy now, liberals will hate anything.

0300c No.730

>>729
u can thank Obama, except he made the rich richer, not a socialist, just a Clintonite+ Reaganite, I hate being Democrat(ic) now.

9834e No.735

>>360

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Good luck with that

9f9c5 No.736

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6582c No.756

>>458

Sidenote, what is this picture from?



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