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Everything posted by Niku

  1. Police can quarter in American private properties with military gear for whatever reason they see fit. Police do it often and people do not know their rights so they do not or cannot contest. Not to mention it is difficult to argue with a guy in military gear in your own home for whatever reason.
  2. Occupy wallstreet protesters were mostly peaceful and were expressing their right to peacefully assemble and police denied them that right. Banning a political party is against free speech. So you hate freedom of speech and you don't believe in freedom of assembly. What are your views on Islam and freedom of religion?
  3. If you don't believe in freedom of speech for people you despise you don't believe in it at all.
  4. The Communist Party USA is banned in the US. Freedom of speech and freedom of assembly was and has been continuously infringed by state police in the United States especially during the height of the Occupy Wall Street movement. You don't have the freedom to be a lefty and the McCarthy era is proof of it. The third amendment is also being infringed in that it prohibits the quartering of soldiers in private homes during peace time, but at the same time, the police has become so militarized that their gear is practically the same as soldiers. This is just a few observations of strict infringements or stretches to the Constitution. You are not free.
  5. Because America's global governance, through the arms of the IMF and the World Bank has economically terrorized Latin America and destroyed their economies. NAFTA has gutted Mexico. People don't like America because they are 'free thinkers'. They don't like America because they terrorize other countries, go to wars for no reason, interfere in other democracies, embargo and sanction economies.
  6. In Australia, our mass migration policies have changed the culture from a predominantly working class English background to a slightly more conservative one consisting of migrants from Asia and the middle east. These more conservative cultures have adapted quite well to Australia's English working class culture and will eventually turn Australia into a hybrid Asian/European society. The only places where they don't integrate are the more conservative and nationalist individuals from China and India who put the interests of their home countries over the ones they live in. Also welfare doesn't cause people to be unemployed. Most, if not all unemployment is involuntary, which is a result of governments taxing more than they spent, directly resulting in unemployment. Welfare is a transitional safety net to assist in the unemployed from moving jobs. The only problem is that these jobs don't exist.
  7. MCC can not afford skill matching and party restrictions. Game is dead af
  8. Does anyone know if the ranks and stats are being reset when the next patch comes?
  9. Arm the unions. Register every poor person with arms for concealed/open carry. Withhold labour under a general strike and demand an end to liberalism. Solved.
  10. Inequality. Alienation. The fact that every US school looks and feels like a prison. No hope for the future. Nihilism. Internet providing an outlet for political extremism. No outlet for mental healthcare. There are discussions that do not lead to gun control. They are just discussions that get shouted down as communism. Democrats and Republicans deliberately lead the discussion to gun control.
  11. Expansionism is not democratic. Expansionism is not peaceful. Modernity, technology, western are irrelevant concepts. https://www.timesofisrael.com/plurality-of-jewish-israelis-want-to-expel-arabs-study-shows/ Half of them want arabs to be second class citizens. War is peace isn't it?
  12. Is being a shit human part of the joke or are you actually a reptile? @TheOnion
  13. What did the protesters do that warranted murder? Why is taking a person's life proportionate punishment for resisting annexation? Is execution of French resistance freedom fighters in Vichy France regardless of their views on homosexuality considered adequate to you?
  14. Executions take away the dignity of a human being regardless of whether they were peaceful or violent. Regardless of who they were. Israel state forces did not act proportionately in accordance with international law. I am saddened that you see execution as proportionate punishment for rightful resistance to apartheid and annexation. I'm very curious. What drives you to support war cimres?
  15. So is this the 'if that guy said this, then all of X must be Nazis' argument? You're drawing attention away from the issues/crimes of the state of Israel. Purposely, dehumanizing all of the Palestinians, concerned citizens and human rights watchdogs as evil based on the alleged words of a dead Palestinian long ago. In fact the quote you posted was not even on the wikipedia page you linked. The quote was told by the PM of Israel in a speech, which holocaust historians conclude overwhelmingly as baseless. So not only are you debasing an entire nation on the arbitrary and historically inconclusive anti-semitism of one person (the wikipedia page clearly said that 'Historians dispute whether his fierce opposition to Zionism was grounded in nationalism or antisemitism or a combination of both'), but you are also making a false accusation that Palestinian nationalists were solely responsible for the radicalization of Nazi policy from expulsion toward the final solution. Your posts are historically and factually inaccurate. Your partisanship for Israel is on full display right now and you obviously do not care whether you are right or wrong, only that you attempt to smear your political enemies as much as possible. It's the modus operandi of war-propagandists.
  16. Depends on the source. Anyone can contribute to wiki. You can have high quality sources, or you can have tabloid trash, blogs and conspiracy theories.
  17. I can't tell if this is satire or not.
  18. When common civic concern for other humans is considered Communism by Americans lmao.
  19. If wages are provided by the government in the form of a job guarantee and that wage is negotiated at a socially inclusive rate irrespective of what the private sector negotiates, it would not render people befitting from a socially inclusive wage 'greedy'. We are all self interested creatures with basic needs and if a government sets the market price for labour, we would all benefit from it's inherent security, and cover costs of poverty. The constitution of the World Health Organisation says: The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without the distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition. The declaration of human rights, article 25 of the UN says: Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control. (2) Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection. Assuming you live in the US, the constitution's first three worlds 'We the people,' affirms the government's existence to serve its citizens.
  20. Contraction of state fiscal policy. Higher taxation and/or more public expenditure cutting. This creates unemployment which gives capitalists lower labour costs. The more robots take these jobs, the more competitive these positions in the work force becomes, meaning lower prices but ALSO lowered wages. Benefits owners of existing capital/assets, destroys labour.
  21. Not really applicable as the currency is a public monopoly, where the funds for welfare ultimately come from the state. The funds for taxation were produced and issued by the state. So no it's not other people's money, it is not the tax payer's money.
  22. Adam Smith's basic argument is that rich people would simply feel sorry for renters and labourers and would naturally give something back. The more society becomes a hive mind through technology, the easier it will be to feel for others suffering in far away lands. I hopr at least.
  23. The costs of unemployment is paradoxically higher than employing them.Welfare Sickness Crime And even general stupidity drains the life force of an economy. I'm sorry I can't get a figure going because these things are the hidden costs of unemployment. It is merely an inductive claim based on evidence from the years of full employment from the 40s to the 70s.
  24. Do you believe the political class would change? Societal regression is observably cyclical. Marxism is very deterministic and a form of 'left wing' accelerationism. It argues against the very concept of free will, and references capitalism as a breathing organism that murders and pillages humanity but at the same time accelerates the advancement of technology. My point being is that there is no real solution. Greed is human nature, and only alturism and empathy can smoothen the edges of capital's paradoxically creative but destructive forces. Only the human condition can clutch onto human dignity and if like you say, humans are incapable of maintaining such trait, then humans as a species risks extinction.

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