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  1. Varysblackfyre321

    US Politics: What goes up, must come down!

    Or he thinks he could win this. I would not blame him given his court-stacking.
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    US Politics: What goes up, must come down!

    Probably. Or at the very least, losing to one of the other contenders.
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    What shouldn't be done...about climate change

    So the far-right’s propping up this girl https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/02/24/anti-greta-linked-climate-change-skeptics-set-rival-thunberg/ It's sad given she will most likely live to see the much severe negative effects of climate-change. Or perhaps it’ll be fine to her. She may be linked with the AFD. So when conditions get so bad, the group and her could openly call for mass killings of immigrants and genocides. Also, this is a little good news:https://www.climatechangenews.com/2020/02/27/uks-heathrow-airport-expansion-ruled-unlawful-climate-change/
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    International Thread 4

    Also: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.commondreams.org/news/2020/02/27/so-much-bolivian-election-fraud-new-study-casts-doubt-claims-sparked-coup-bolivia%3famp Honestly, in the future if the OAS questions the validity of an election that may be good reason to think the first result was the right one.
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    International Thread 4

    8chan’s founder may face prison for his criticism of it's current owner us handling the site. https://www.cnnphilippines.com/news/2020/2/27/8Chan-founder-Fredrick-Brennan-arrest-order.html?fbclid=IwAR13Fv9lSSUr9oF91GpnyWQCFLKAXZ1zBa5_8uK5Dfa_3nmzdnaIWry5PMk
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    US Politics: What goes up, must come down!

    Watch out literally everyone whose ever said anything bad about him in any capacity. He's coming for Ya. I wonder if he’ll reignite the Law-suite against Bill Maher pursuant to whether or not Trump is the bastard of a orangutan. Not sure if even Bloomberg has enough though to fend off all the lawsuits Trump would throw out.
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    UK Politics: Unboldy Go There Where No Country Has Gone Before

    But I guess it’d make Labor look more liberal by comparison so, it's a bad thing to attack the Tories on their awful response towards it idk. @Heartofice what exactly is your grievance towards Labour candidates attacking Tories in regards to their policy on Climate change?
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    US Politics: What goes up, must come down!

    You act as though precedent actually matters anymore in a court-system continuously stacked with Trump loyalists. It doesn't. Clarence Thomas himself made the case for ignoring precedent he himself has made when it was the right thing to do-i.e when it's perfectly convenient for him and his biases.
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    Narcos: Mexico Season 2, With Tigers.

    Oh I'm not saying the guy was good-he was a monster responsible for the deaths of countless people, and a thug who terrorized millions. But, his breakdown of what would happen by simply removing him-was spot on. The drug factions he led would reorganize and commence bloody war for dominance. That his disposal would not save lives. Quite the opposite. This was something that Breslin himself would recognize. It belies a certain ego that he thinks a rag tag group of gun-toting gringos willing to get their hands dirty could much of a positive affect in terms of combating drug-trafficking. Now I'm not saying allowing guys Felix to run their country is the best thing; but obviously trying to combat this problem by way of simply getting rid of some specific bad guys is foolhardy.
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    Narcos: Mexico Season 2, With Tigers.

    Huh, Felix’s tirade in the end was on point to a degree. Deposing him truly solved nothing, and his idea that the Americans who went rogue to pursue him with the idea of him being a great evil being motivated by mere ego seemed right. In the end most of these agents had no stake in the game besides the loose justification of he killed one of their guys.
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    UK Politics: Unboldy Go There Where No Country Has Gone Before

    Can you the name the issues where in most parties there’s near universal agreement on having a socially liberal/progressive stance? And what evidence you have of Labour spewing far too much ‘progressive/liberal’ rhetoric in regards to these in comparison to other parties? Climate change is literally one of the most pressing issues for people in the U.K. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/oct/30/climate-crisis-affects-how-majority-will-vote-in-uk-election-poll This is not a strictly ‘liberal’ stance to take and it is something voters say will influence their votes. The Tories policies’s and manifesto show them to be rather weak on this particular issue. Why exactly shouldn’t she talk on the inadequacies of her opposition in terms of combating climate change?
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    German politics. Flinten Uschi defying the laws of gravity

    Don't celebrate now you'll jinx it
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    UK Politics: Unboldy Go There Where No Country Has Gone Before

    Yeah that does seem to be the idea that's being reinforced here. That any talk of having any progressive/liberal thing on any issue will inflame the bigotry/intolerance of this group of people so much so many of them would not vote for Labour. That being seen liberal in anyway must be avoided Using this logic even in power why should Labour suddenly start talk of anything liberal if they're terrified of even appearing liberal will lose them their power. Look @BigFatCoward I understand you have to work with the electorate you got, not the one you want. It's why I moaned in frustration whenever a US Democratic candidate talked about reparations-well other than I find the concept impractical in the context of US slavery. It's a turn for most Americans in general. But you have to draw the line somewhere man. Parties who actually desire to make some liberal changes should at least appear to be liberal or not terrified of doing so in any capacity on any issue. Like honestly man, should they go absolutely silent on the rights of the none heterosexuals in general too? Not have any talk of homophobia being a problem in the country that needs to be addressed? Same question to Hoi. What issues besides trans rights steer away from any talk about out of the fear seeming socially liberal?
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    Is Ygritte a rapist?

    He performed under the threat of torture and death. Him getting placed in a situation doesn't detract from that. Also, men could be raped by women.
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    Is Ygritte a rapist?

    I'm not actually sure how there would be that much visits to mole town. Most of the men are not Romeos who’d be able to woo a woman/girl. Most would not have coin to pay a whore. It doesn't seem homosexuality is that taboo in the watch. Bowen Marsh’s complaint about Jon’s steward seemed more centered around the boy’s former life of a prostitute rather than the possibility of him being a none-heterosexual. Also, I am surprised we don't hear about more sexual abuse going on between the brothers. Look at any organization with the framework of extremely limiting rights, dehumanization, a glorification of violence and subjugation of men you’ll probably find rape to be a big problem. Rape first and foremost is about control. Controlling another human being in the most intimate physically is a way to establish a sense of control. Rape in the US military and prison system is a massive problem largely because of the environment they put people under. The Watch little more than a walking prison full of rapists, men who enjoy violence. It’s a wonder that Jon or really any of his friends never seem see/hear any such abuse happening.