Politics or Gtfo



  • Little something to bring the community somewhat closer

    Example:

    Huggles

    likes: Chivalry, America, Capitalism, wine, and wulfy

    Dislikes: War of the roses, Communism, Socialism, and sharpest



  • Ok you like Wolfy, we get it.

    Haha short sighted American. This kapitalistic economic system is doomed to fail. WHO ELSE IS GOING TO PAY CREDIT ON YER CREDITS ON YER CREDITS HUUUUUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE MONIEEEEEEZZZZZZZZ FUCK DA REST EHEEEE



  • You pretty much told everyone not to take you seriously Huggles. Not that we ever did.



  • @lemonater47:

    You pretty much told everyone not to take you seriously Huggles. Not that we ever did.

    Coming from the Aussie player who hates feints.
    HUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE FEINTSSSSS TB PLS NURFFFF

    What I’m trying to say is no one will ever take you seriously with balance suggestions ever, and to pin that label on someone when you yourself possess it, makes it even more ridiculous.



  • I guess you should add Australia to your dislikes, and geography since New Zealand isn’t in Australia.

    I like fine wine and fine women. Video Games and Money. Marijuana and medieval times. Humor, horror, history and mystery. I appreciate a good joke, but only if it’s offensive. It’s all in good fun, you only live once, so prepare your bum and play some chiv, cunts.

    what I can’t stand is dicks, long tall and slim, fat or greasy, named Dave, Tom or Jim. Whatever the cause, you’ll always run into assholes, it’s just human nature, fuck you Sophax.

    just kidding

    s
    see, I had a rhyme going but I threw it away to include a humourous personal attack against someone, hence the funny factor.

    as you can see above I explained my obvious joke as if it was necessary, adding more humour to an already side-bursting jest. How utterly droll.



  • Why do you even use black people as funny pictures do you like being racist? What bout White peopel ? oh no they can’t be funny or what? prick HUEEE



  • There you go again ya dumb bastard. If I have any avatar except one of my own race, I’m racist. Lawless flogic. If you don’t like it, ignore me, but please stop your crying. Smoke em’ peace pipe.



  • I like Oy’s jokes

    I dislike the fact that you like capitalism. Capitalism is bad and you should feel bad.



  • capitalism is the reason you are posting in this forum hue

    i like money, self-ownership, red wine, destroying scrubs



  • As a side-note I’m gonna be a forum noob for a sec and ask; how do you make a picture appear in the post, as an attachment just creates a link? I’m a lazy ass and refuse to go into advanced edit and look for myself.



  • ![](image url here)

    is how you post an image



  • Ah, the simplicity of it hurts my brain.

    I need to lie down and nurse my dignity and turn my shame into an angry desire for vengeance.



  • @Sophax:

    Ok you like Wolfy, we get it.

    Haha short sighted American. This kapitalistic economic system is doomed to fail. WHO ELSE IS GOING TO PAY CREDIT ON YER CREDITS ON YER CREDITS HUUUUUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE MONIEEEEEEZZZZZZZZ FUCK DA REST EHEEEE

    With credits? I understand this answer is going to make me seem foolish, but the wonderful system of capitalism is much easier than people care to believe it is. The system is entirely stable, and with a little credit manipulation from the fed it’s a very sustainable economy that can be perpetuated for centuries. I’m not going to go in depth, because forum people aren’t worth arguing capitalism with, any one who doesn’t like capitalism is a dumb uneducated college student who is to idealistic to succeed in life, or a Marxist that no one likes.

    People as a whole have a firm concept of private property, this wine is **mine **not to be shared. People are also naturally greedy, so why not make a system that supports it, and have some regulations put into place to prevent it from being excessive?

    A competitive economy with some income inequality encourages Americans to work, and work hard. Creating what we love to call American innovation which has kept us in the lead for technological development ever since WWII.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHe0bXAIuk0 For all you socialists out there who need to be taught like a third grader ^ His long term debt cycle is off though, normally the economy cannot completely balance out during times of depression or extreme recession, and Government spending in the economy is necessary. This in no way undermines capitalism, as the belief that private enterprises will run the economy still holds true, the Government’s job is to oversee this, and regulate when necessary. It’s a balance between Governmental control and free market capitalism which makes the system work so great.

    Frankly, I’m not sure if some people are actually socialist/communist here, I have a hard time differentiating trolls from idiots. This is the simplest form I can give anything in.



  • @Huggles:

    It’s a balance between Governmental control and free market capitalism which makes the system work so great.

    What happens when you can buy the votes (for cheap) and control the decisions made on an international level. deregulate ur shit, regulate ur competitors shit for a lauf. What happens when you own the NSA and can do the most leet insider trading? Do you think the imf and world bank play fair

    We dont have “some” income inequality, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPKKQnijnsM, we have owners. Do you really think our owners would leave anything up to chance, we live in a plutocracy. Luckily we arent africa, or dinner for the 1st world nations as we pimp them into debt slavery and jack their resources.



  • @kanGuru:

    What happens when you can buy the votes (for cheap) and control the decisions made on an international level. deregulate ur shit, regulate ur competitors shit for a lauf. What happens when you own the NSA and can do the most leet insider trading? Do you think the imf and world bank play fair

    We dont have “some” income inequality, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPKKQnijnsM, we have owners. Do you really think our owners would leave anything up to chance, we live in a plutocracy. Luckily we arent africa, or dinner for the 1st world nations as we pimp them into debt slavery and jack their resources.

    I’m fairly sure that people in power have learned what happens when deregulation occurs, and I’m fairly certain the majority of the members in the house/senate don’t wan’t to create any more bubbles as they want wealth and power in the long term. Regulating o outside competitors in necessary for economic growth in the US I don’t understand where you’re coming from.

    Protectionist policies have worked during Roosevelt, they’ll work now. The thing is, what you’re saying actually isn’t happening as trade is getting more free, not less. Which is a good/bad thing, first of all the majority of countries are so invested into the United States, that we’ve become to large too fail. The only semi Decent competitor is China, and they are 50 years behind and we also make up 1/3 of their economy. We still need to follow some amounts of protectionism so we can preserve our auto industry as one of the top 3 competitive industries in the world. Alexander Hamilton intended for America to be a powerful force not to be reckoned with and I dare say it has and will continue to be.

    You have no idea what you’re talking about here, you see politicians align themselves with initiatives they agree with for the most part, and there will always be a constant struggle between corporations, political parties, and local demographics. That’s what makes the system work so well, total democracy is worthless trash. Also, as long as the fed remains a private institution run by publicly elected officials, the system can never be lopsided by definition. There will always be a 2 party system and no one party will ever come close to absolute power.

    NSA? What’s your point? Do you feel like much has changed? ……thought so

    As for income inequality, I think minimum wage needs to be adjusted to inflation and raised a bit more. so maybe 24 on the hour max. It was never intended to be livable.

    Imperialism still occurs, yes and it’s a damn shame…now go enjoy chivalry which was only created due to corporate greed and the slaughtering of millions, enjoy.



  • @kanGuru:

    What happens when you can buy the votes (for cheap) and control the decisions made on an international level. deregulate ur shit, regulate ur competitors shit for a lauf. What happens when you own the NSA and can do the most leet insider trading? Do you think the imf and world bank play fair

    We dont have “some” income inequality, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPKKQnijnsM, we have owners. Do you really think our owners would leave anything up to chance, we live in a plutocracy. Luckily we arent africa, or dinner for the 1st world nations as we pimp them into debt slavery and jack their resources.

    O, and the system was wayyyyy more rigged during the 1800’s and 1920s when the government decided to step backk and let the private sector work its jazz……so there ya go. Your argument is invalid in every circumstance, and although you made some good points none of them helped solidify your argument. The reason for that, is that government regulation is the only way to come close to prevent most of these injustices and that in a totally free market economy they would be exacerbated. With complete Governmental control, the system would have no checks and balances and be equally as lopsided, only in favor of the Government rather than the people.

    Every system has flaws, the current system has the least.

    I mean, take your pick dude. Aristocracy, Fascism, Communism, Socialism, anachro capitalism, fuedalism, corporatism, and a mixed free market economy. I for one, tend to like that last option the best.

    Whatever, you’re too passionate to ever really understand how it all works, keep living in your fantasy world and act as if you’re being oppressed. Sometimes people feel so assaulted, then they go to their comfy bed at night underneath a roof with a heater for the cold winter months and a cooler for the summer. Then they ponder how tyrannical the Government is while they listen to the news with their flat screen then they take a short chivalry break for lolz.



  • Also, I for one rather military drones than seeing boots on the ground. I also rather have invasion of privacy than die in a terorist bombing. The only reason they were able to catch the boston bombers was because of this legislation, without it they would’ve fled the scene for sure. Sometimes lives are more important than freedoms, and of course you have to balance between regulation and freedom, but when it comes down to American life, I choose regulation.



  • @Huggles:

    O, and the system was wayyyyy more rigged during the 1800’s and 1920s when the government decided to step backk and let the private sector work its jazz……so there ya go. Your argument is invalid in every circumstance, and although you made some good points none of them helped solidify your argument. The reason for that, is that government regulation is the only way to come close to prevent most of these injustices and that in a totally free market economy they would be exacerbated. With complete Governmental control, the system would have no checks and balances and be equally as lopsided, only in favor of the Government rather than the people.

    Every system has flaws, the current system has the least.

    I mean, take your pick dude. Aristocracy, Fascism, Communism, Socialism, anachro capitalism, fuedalism, corporatism, and a mixed free market economy. I for one, tend to like that last option the best.

    Whatever, you’re too passionate to ever really understand how it all works, keep living in your fantasy world and act as if you’re being oppressed. Sometimes people feel so assaulted, then they go to their comfy bed at night underneath a roof with a heater for the cold winter months and a cooler for the summer. Then they ponder how tyrannical the Government is while they listen to the news with their flat screen then they take a short chivalry break for lolz.

    lol

    /ignoranceisbliss



  • @zombojoe:

    lol

    /ignoranceisbliss

    Not sure who you’re referring to, if me I dare ask for you to express your opinion.



  • @Huggles:

    I’m fairly sure that people in power have learned what happens when deregulation occurs, and I’m fairly certain the majority of the members in the house/senate don’t wan’t to create any more bubbles as they want wealth and power in the long term. Regulating o outside competitors in necessary for economic growth in the US I don’t understand where you’re coming from.

    Protectionist policies have worked during Roosevelt, they’ll work now. The thing is, what you’re saying actually isn’t happening as trade is getting more free, not less. Which is a good/bad thing, first of all the majority of countries are so invested into the United States, that we’ve become to large too fail. The only semi Decent competitor is China, and they are 50 years behind and we also make up 1/3 of their economy. We still need to follow some amounts of protectionism so we can preserve our auto industry as one of the top 3 competitive industries in the world. Alexander Hamilton intended for America to be a powerful force not to be reckoned with and I dare say it has and will continue to be.

    You have no idea what you’re talking about here, you see politicians align themselves with initiatives they agree with for the most part, and there will always be a constant struggle between corporations, political parties, and local demographics. That’s what makes the system work so well, total democracy is worthless trash. Also, as long as the fed remains a private institution run by publicly elected officials, the system can never be lopsided by definition. There will always be a 2 party system and no one party will ever come close to absolute power.

    NSA? What’s your point? Do you feel like much has changed? ……thought so

    As for income inequality, I think minimum wage needs to be adjusted to inflation and raised a bit more. so maybe 24 on the hour max. It was never intended to be livable.

    Imperialism still occurs, yes and it’s a damn shame…now go enjoy chivalry which was only created due to corporate greed and the slaughtering of millions, enjoy.

    We are too big to fail because our dollar is the world currency. right now china is gearing up to economically creampie us. Your dad is a lobbist, do you really think superpacs are a good thing. Do you really think senators and congressmen arent easily bought, especially now that you can send millions anomalously. Do you really think the housing crises didn’t benefit those who orchestrated and rode out that bubble? And i wasnt talking about the house or senate regulating and deregulating industries at convenience, im talking about the madoff and enron type scrum
    http://www.albionmonitor.com/0902a/copyright/wallstderegulation.html
    ^ one ex. from simple google
    or recently these cunts: http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/04/washingtons-revolving-door-cellular-lobby-and-fcc-have-traded-leaders/


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