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The Netherlands. A country that measures higher than US by every criteria of living standards. But I also tend to stay in the UK from time to time for work.?

Aug 25, 2017 2:01 AM
Puffin Nubbins
Ben Organa
Janson Jinnistan
Sorcerer Supreme NamelessHUMBLE UP, GOOD AMERICA.

This may surprise you, but most of us are not exactly proud of our current situation. ?We appreciate the constructive scolding though.

Most because 36% of you are non white.?
A disturbing number of whites are now nazi sympathisers. America needs an enema.

Oh yeah? How many actual Nazis are there in America?

As for Nazi sympathizers? According to whom?

It's easy to accuse people of being Nazis. It's easy to send cameras to pay attention to a few nuts we've been neglecting for decades and decades.

Adam Corolla called out this shit pretty effectively.

If you still support a president after he failed to condemn Nazis, you are a sympathiser.?
Aug 25, 2017 1:33 AM
Then they are guilty by apathy. Entirely consistent with my condemnation. One bloc are bigots. The other are complicit by refusing to get off their lazy arse. It ought to be your national duty to vote out a climate change denying loon, if for no other criteria.?
Aug 25, 2017 1:30 AM
Sorcerer Supreme Nameless
Ben Organa?I would put these monsters down there with the Germans circa WW2. Abject lunatics. Sucking off nihilism. Courting disease.

Well, there hasn't been a genocide yet so if say your line of reasoning is a bit deranged there, chum. I mean, I'm not snarling, just barking a lot

Tell the native Americans that.?
Aug 25, 2017 1:26 AM
BadLieutenant
Ben OrganaA new poll conducted has revealed that republican support is now at 72 percent after Charlottesville. Total madness.

Well, it's a good thing that self-identified Republicans are a smaller portion of the U.S. general population than the nonwhites you cited before.

But independents tend to vote for republicans more reliably than dems. So whatever.?
Aug 25, 2017 1:21 AM
A new poll conducted has revealed that republican support is now at 72 percent after Charlottesville. Total madness.
Aug 25, 2017 12:41 AM
Janson Jinnistan
Sorcerer Supreme NamelessHUMBLE UP, GOOD AMERICA.

This may surprise you, but most of us are not exactly proud of our current situation. ?We appreciate the constructive scolding though.

Most because 36% of you are non white.?
A disturbing number of whites are now nazi sympathisers. America needs an enema.
Aug 25, 2017 12:37 AM
White Americans are indeed scorched maggots. But the line of reasoning used to advocate for that by Nameless is deranged. Though that is something to be expected of a thing like him.?

I'm sure if you compile a top ten of the worst Canadians or British they are gonna be white.

A better metric is how many of the men and women, young and old, voted for an existential danger in human form just to be funny.

White people used to be terrible. White people are now good. Except Americans. The most selfish and deluded bloc I have ever witnessed. I would put these monsters down there with the Germans circa WW2. Abject lunatics. Sucking off nihilism. Courting disease.
Aug 24, 2017 11:46 PM
This is a minor moral papercut compared to the scandalous invasion of Christopher Nolan failing to include people of colour in his unimpressive film Dunkirk.
Aug 23, 2017 1:18 AM
Lawd.?

Americans are dumb as FUCK.
Aug 11, 2017 5:54 AM
To be fair, no star wars film stands up to the rich opulence of Batman v Superman's visuals.
Aug 5, 2017 5:25 AM
Janson JinnistanThis WaPo piece is a bit of a textbook example for how not to talk about race when discussing a racist subject. ?The subject at hand would be the politics surrounding the motive of Sessions' DoJ to take on affirmative action programs. ?The article, in any other words, pleasantly explains that this is being done solely because white racist anxieties are especially profitable at the moment. ?However, the article goes to some length to not say this either, finding a number of euphemistic tricks to make it seem somehow more acceptable.

The president is responding to "the concerns of white voters", and sees "the affirmative action initiative as a strategic play by the White House to rally middle-class and upper-middle-class white voters" who "believe slots for their kids are being taken, whether it's by illegal immigrants or by other groups". ?"A Washington Post-ABC News poll last year showed 44 percent of registered voters who supported Trump saw 'whites losing out because of preferences for blacks and Hispanics' as a bigger problem than minorities 'losing out.'" ?The problem is defined as "race-conscious policies", a term that's vague enough to include both affirmative action and Jim Crow discrimination. ?Concerning Sessions' recent squabbles with Trump, we see where White House officials "instead pointed to the attorney general's activities on combating gangs, illegal immigration and now affirmative action as part of an ongoing effort to recover his personal and political capital with the president."

It seems that it would have saved a lot of space to simply say that Trump and his administration are deliberately stirring racial animosity for political gain, which is about the only logical conclusion that this story comes to. ?As well as being a "liar" for lying, it seems that it remains taboo to call this 44% of Trump voters "racists" because they just happen to prioritize and positively respond to racist policies and rhetoric. ?Even the final words of this article try to trim the fence: "Bannon and Miller echo the president's instincts about what his base - which Trump calls 'my people' - wants from the administration: a mix of grievance-infused politics, populism and hostility toward anything viewed as 'politically correct.'" ?In far fewer words, they wanted a racist president.

And I'll point out a final thing, which is the not-too-subtle hypocrisy of using Asian students as a wedge against affirmative action. ?The new immigration plan to cap green cards by 50% "would disproportionately affect Asian American immigrants", so maybe we should reserve a little doubt for how committed they are to this community.

Yikes. PROVES how fucking racist your shitbag of a country is.
Aug 4, 2017 12:49 AM
This is very interesting.

http://www.salon.com/2017/07/29/from-the-enlightenment-to-the-dark-ages-how-new-atheism-slid-into-the-alt-right/

Europe has no need for atheist movements. We are a secular people. But I have been watching the growing atheist movement in America with great interest. But only in America can a movement of reason can turn into unreason.?
Jul 30, 2017 4:24 AM
Why am I being interrogated by a nugget? Begone. I don't carry dog food.?
Jul 28, 2017 2:27 AM
Death ProofCool - is it 2 days ago? Because that's when everyone else saw it. Way to keep up.

One has to make concessions for the mentally impoverished, such as your tiny self.?
Jul 28, 2017 1:26 AM
It's so beautiful that it hurts.
Jul 28, 2017 1:14 AM
"I can feel the resistance when it comes to the American audience," said Besson. "I can feel it, I'm not blind. "Oh, that's not a Marvel" Oh, she's not totally an actress yet? [Star Cara Delevingne was a successful fashion model.] What is Rihanna doing there and who's this weirdo French guy?? I can feel all that.?
Jul 26, 2017 12:55 AM
No wonder movies are going down the drain.

Dunkirk 50.5 million

Girl's Trip 30.3 million

Valerian 17 Million

Valerian proved too ingenious for the Trump loving American mind. America continues to hate true visionaries and reward hacks like Nolan.
Jul 23, 2017 5:45 PM