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Posted in: Trump launches re-election campaign, presenting himself as outsider and victim See in context

You hate us, but you need us.

I can assure you this isn't the case.

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Posted in: Trump stands by comments about wrongly convicted 'Central Park Five' See in context

They confessed. Plus it’s 30 years ago.

Their confession was forced. They were proven innocent thanks to DNA evidence. It's astonishing that you think innocent black people should be executed just to placate the brainless manchild in the Oval Office.

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Posted in: Taking aim at Johnson, British PM hopefuls make their Brexit case See in context

Boris is going to be PM. What a garbage situation the UK is in.

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Posted in: Japan's anime industry in crisis even as its popularity soars See in context

lostrune2, are you suggesting that workers agree to negotiate together for better conditions, get liveable wages and better working hours than they could possibly get by trying to negotiate as individuals?

Because you're right. That should happen. I go further, and say that the workers should own the company. I demand full socialism today (or tomorrow lunch time at the latest).

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Posted in: Israel moves to name Golan settlement after Trump See in context

Which comments are anti semite?

Hi zichi. I've got enough experience on these forums, so let me take you through the right-wing's interpretations of antisemitism:

A right winger accusing George Soros of being an interloper who uses ill-gotten gains and is greedy and wants everyone's money (by spending his own(???)): not antisemitic.

A left winger saying that Palestinians shouldn't be murdered: antisemitic.

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Posted in: Japan's anime industry in crisis even as its popularity soars See in context

Read my post again! They are receiving a low salary because they are producing a low budget commodity

Anime films and television shows make millions of dollars. Their product, whatever the budget, isn't of low value. But studios make the money, and the real creators get a pittance.

Life is this way because of capitalism. Capitalism is bad and evil. End capitalism now.

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Posted in: Japan's anime industry in crisis even as its popularity soars See in context

Low salaries for producing comics and animated movies for adult children. What’s the problem with that?

Low salaries are bad. It means that people are forced to live just to survive, as children go hungry.

If you think living on low wages isn't a problem, I can arrange to have you donate your excess money to my account and we can see how you like it.

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Posted in: Trump says Sarah Sanders to leave White House at end of June See in context

Yeah, we get that, we had to live through that for 8 years, but then it was just accepted and now everyone is screaming DEFCON 9!

I know you don't know much about the US military - or indeed US customs and expressions generally - but the way the DEFCON system works is the higher the number, the lower the danger. DEFCON 5 is the highest number, denoting the lowest danger. So what you're actually saying is that everyone is extremely chill ("chill" here means "relaxed").

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Posted in: Trump says he would take info on 2020 presidential opponent from foreign countries See in context

Remember when Al Gore's campaign anonymously received video copies of Bush's debate prep, and rather than watch it and get an invaluable bit of info, they called the FBI, handed over the material without looking at it, and alerted the Bush campaign that they had a leaker? Good times.

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Posted in: Ex-Trump aide Hicks agrees to closed-door appearance before U.S. House panel See in context

You just made my point for me, $30 million is no chump change in liberals think it’s nothing...

The investigation recouped $45m. It made $15m. Trump is lining his own pockets.

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Posted in: Trump publicly opposes using CIA informants against North Korea's Kim See in context

No you can't just support Julian Assange/Wikileaks on the part you like,

I can do whatever I want.

You seem to have this problem with confusing whether or not one can do something with whether or not one should.

For example, when people say “Trump threatening to fire the Attorney General if they don’t interfere with the Special Counsel is obstruction of justice”, you respond “he can fire who he likes”. This is true, he can threaten to fire the Attorney General – but he shouldn’t.

This is like if your family confronted you for being an alcoholic, and said “your drinking is negatively affecting your work, your health, your relationships and your mind”, and you responded “it is legal for me to drink a bottle of whiskey every day”. That is also true, but it totally misses the point - you should not drink a bottle of whiskey every day, even if you legally can.

So it is here. You can openly be a hypocrite, supporting Wikileaks when it benefits you and slamming it as illegitimate when it doesn’t, but no-one will take you seriously. But then I think it’s too late on that front.

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Posted in: Boris Johnson builds momentum in UK Conservative race See in context

It will be good for Johnson and PM Abe to negotiate a bilateral trade deal. Cheaper cars for the UK, and cheaper whiskey and produce for Japan.

The UK leaving the EU means that it is leaving an EPA which has already accomplished much of this. Trade deals take years of negotiation, the UK doesn't have capable negotiators (as the Brexit debacle has adequately proved) and its economy - and therefore its people - will suffer in the meantime.

I agree that Boris is the UK's Trump, though. Like Trump, he is a dim-witted, racist clown. It's no wonder right wingers love him.

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Posted in: YouTube updates hate speech guidelines to prohibit videos See in context

This is just an attempt to slander people who some would rather silence than debate

I would rather racists be silenced, yes.

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Posted in: YouTube updates hate speech guidelines to prohibit videos See in context

Vox used to be good, but they too, fell into that mainstream propaganda partisan globalist jihad.

I need more vegetables in my diet, so thank you for this word salad.

Which is there right as a private company to maximize profits. It is giving the people a product, it’s open platform.

Their stated policies on abuse should have banned Crowder, and others like Sargon, The Golden One, and actual Nazi Styxenhammer666 (a favourite of our own Serrano) long ago. Instead they let their abuse spread. Ben Shapiro's rants have been linked to murders. YouTube is putting people's lives at risk for a buck. And you think that's good. You value money over human life. That is reprehensible.

That will never, never happen.

Well, not with that attitude.

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Posted in: YouTube updates hate speech guidelines to prohibit videos See in context

Then just make your own video network service and call it RightTube, FoxTube, or AlexJonesTube, etc. It's free opensource and can be supported by advertising (Case in point catheters or granny carts for FoxTube). Works for the porn industry. They ain't complaining. YT is a private company and they can do what they want. Move on and build your own video network if you don't like it.

I don't think he's asking for a special right-wing YouTube - he's saying that YouTube is extremely forgiving to the far right, even when they clearly break YT's rules. And I think he's right. The fact that they had to add in "no Nazis" when they already had - in theory anyway - a rule against hateful content implies that they didn't think Nazism was hateful, which is astonishing.

This started when Vox journalist, YouTuber and all around great guy Carlos Maza made a supercut of Crowder, a hateful bigot, insulting Maza over and over as a "lisping queer" and other such hateful speech.

YouTube had to be tricked into responding on Twitter because contacting them directly wasn’t working for Maza, and then said that they had investigated and decided that singling out one person for homophobic abuse time and again wasn’t abusive behavior, which is both clearly untrue and is something they had a policy against. YT’s policy should have read: “we don’t accept abusive behavior, unless they have lots of subscribers and make us advertiser money, in which case abuse who you like”.

This update was only because they got slammed on Twitter and other websites for putting their profit above the safety of their users. And it’s right for them to be slammed for this. But it’s also the end result of capitalism: the profit motive trumps all.

End abuse. End capitalism.

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Posted in: Rihanna declared world's richest female musician See in context

Rihanna is good and cool.

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Posted in: Trump honors D-Day vets, discusses Vietnam deferment See in context

To the Democrats and establishment that trying to take him down, he’s, we are.

It's women, children, the old and the poor Trump cultists are heartless towards. They cheer the death of the oppressed while they tongue the toes of the undeserving wealthy.

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Posted in: Trump honors D-Day vets, discusses Vietnam deferment See in context

They aren’t the President. They’re “yes, sir” men

I don't understand. Before, you said it was fine that Trump was an ignorant baby-brain because his advisors would tell him what to do. Now you're saying his advisors only do what he tells them. Which is it?

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Posted in: Trump honors D-Day vets, discusses Vietnam deferment See in context

It’s real emotion and that’s not necessary.

Emotions are good, actually, but I understand that Trump cultists are heartless.

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Posted in: Thousands protest against Trump in London See in context

Yes only 2 or 3 in the picture that accompanied the article. Context is important.

The context was that you were arguing that, since that article had one picture with two people in it, there were only two protestors, period. By this logic, I can argue that Trump didn't meet the Queen, since she isn't in any pictures in this article.

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Posted in: Thousands protest against Trump in London See in context

They must have polled a bunch of liberal Londoners. I have a Scottish friend who likes Trump. I'll ask her if she was polled. I'm betting she wasn't.

Oh wow you know one person who likes Trump in Scotland!? Well that will overturn the numerous UK polls which consistently rate him as drastically unpopular.

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Posted in: Trump lavished with royal pomp and pageantry on state visit to UK See in context

No one tried to kill him I suppose, but that's a pretty low bar for success.

Don't forget that Trump cultists here regularly list "over 200 accomplishments!!!!" and some of them are, like, "once had a thought that wasn't racist".

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Posted in: Trump lavished with royal pomp and pageantry on state visit to UK See in context

How do I know there were more than 2 if they are not in the photo? If you have thousands seems there would be a pic of them accompanying this article.

Are you seriously asking how to learn what object permanence is?

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Posted in: Trump lavished with royal pomp and pageantry on state visit to UK See in context

Good to see. To the two or three people protesting - "Have'nt you got jobs to go to"?

I know Trump supporters don't understand how the world of employment works, but: people can take the day off work.

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Posted in: Trump lavished with royal pomp and pageantry on state visit to UK See in context

Wow huge protest! A whole 2 people and 2 signs and a cameraman. Sure showed that Orange dotard who is the boss!

There were a few more than two: https://www.sadanduseless.com/donald-meets-england-funny/?fbclid=IwAR39t_TCDiqD_u6Vobo3osn93vF8ccoblbYwq3hzTgvGzcW8SRyN1fKsnX0#myMJ402Wwykbc1re.01

That's Trump supporters and their inability to count for you though. They see hundreds of protestors and say "two". They see two people at the inauguration and say "billions".

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

Before the millennials went on a socialist PC, revisionist Jihad.

Ah! So let's see if I've got this right. Millennials are generally accepted to have been born in 1980 at the earliest, and therefore would have come into political consciousness in or around 2001 at the very earliest. So America started going downhill when an unelected Republican President of small intellectual capacity and minimal curiosity was running the country, leading to a major attack on American democracy, a pointless war that has killed hundreds of thousands, and the complete mismanagement of the American economy.

So, to make America great again, vote out Republicans. Got it.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

Factories, manufacturing, jobs, smaller government, personal responsibility.

I'm asking when. A time period. Answer the question.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

Since it never existed then, the logical conclusion is that MAGA is not a dog whistle to white nationalist and a time characterized by the "good ol' days"; rather it means restructuring unfair trade deals, putting the welfare of American citizens over the interests of illegal aliens; boosting the economy and public morale and patriotism. It's nice to see you finally get it and agree that MAGA is not racist.

So when was America great, if we're making it great "again"? What was the idyllic age of the USA?

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

If he did, so what? If the royals talk trash about him, he should take it? Absolutely not.

So why did he lie?

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

Maybe he didn’t talk about her and if he did, so what? 

We know he did. The Sun newspaper released the recording. He is a liar. A pathological liar that only cultists continue to put faith in.

The "so what" is most people don't want a baby-brain liar as President. I understand that dullards and half-wits do, though. Representation is important, after all.

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