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#2 General Talk » I really hate reddit. » 2015-04-29 23:39:24

wsdempsey
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It's a mix of the worst traits of college-going Millenials and groupthinkers I've ever seen. What an abomination. I wish I had never seen it. I can't unsee it, and now I am worried that those slimeballs will be running this country someday.

#4 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-05 03:41:00

V.R. wrote:

Coming in to other countries and calling the people living there "gringos". Fucking wetback scum.

Around Whites, Take Flight!

#5 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 15:36:06

SaintVicious wrote:

The ideals as a whole, they are a silly group of uninformed middle aged retards. Fox news rampant.

Indeed, and they have made libertarian thoughts unpalatable to the masses.

#6 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 06:23:00

SaintVicious wrote:

the tea party is scum and full of retards

The tea party are a single person now?

#7 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 06:13:06

Wes wrote:

http://money.cnn.com/2013/04/11/news/ec … -payments/

More people are on disability than ever before. Maybe that's contributed to this. Immigrants are also rather likely to work, as generally come here to seek employment. I'd also imagine the working age native-born population skews older than the immigrant population. There could be a whole host of reasons immigrants have gained jobs while native-borns haven't.

We shouldn't ask  IF they should come here, instead we should ask WHY they come here, and what we can do to help remedy the struggle back home so they do not have to abandon their homeland. And yeah, we have a declining birthrate in America, but it is only natural and it could help us transition through this period of automation. It could prevent great sorrow and despair.

#8 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 05:43:15

Wes wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:

It isn't. It's just a common saying for what takes place. People tend to want to live with their own. It's usually the government trying to meddle with that, and it tends to create animosity. Like with the forced busing of Pontiac MI. Once a relatively peaceful city turned shithole after kids were bused to various far away schools in the name of "diversity", all those who could afford to left, and the city was split apart. And on the topic of immigration, to have open borders and a generous welfare state is just suicidal. Perhaps a libertarian way could work, but people have been turned off to that thanks to the loonies of the tea party faction.

Open borders would not force people to associate with others. You don't have to associate with those awful funny talkin' folks if you don't want to. However, some people want to hire them. Some people want to rent to them, to sell them homes, to go to church with them, or to marry them. I also don't think individuals of one cultural group have any kind of inherent right to exclude individuals, just because they're of another group, from crossing an imaginary line.

Currently, immigrants provide an awful lot of benefits to American society. They start more new businesses, you can Google that one. Poor immigrants also use less public assistance than poor native-born Americans (Source). I agree that it would be better if we provided no benefits to new immigrants, but they're less of a drain on our welfare system than we are. If anything, we should be more like the immigrants.

As an aside, the Tea Party isn't generally in favor of open up our borders.

You're right. It wouldn't. That's what state meddling does, forcing people to live with those they do not want to live with.

http://www.cis.org/all-employment-growt … immigrants

I know, but the Tea Party are what people associate with when they hear Libertarian thoughts. That, or some fedora-wearing dweeb.

#9 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 05:29:53

Lunatic wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
Wes wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
Wes wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
Wes wrote:

knowledge is power:

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZQl6XBo64M[/video]

America is more like a salad bowl than a melting pot.

And America definitely isn't that picture you linked, either.

For the most part it's more like the top picture. Birds of a feather flock together, ya know. Some people seem not to like it.

"Birds of a feather flock together" isn't an argument for anything.

It isn't. It's just a common saying for what takes place. People tend to want to live with their own. It's usually the government trying to meddle with that, and it tends to create animosity. Like with the forced busing of Pontiac MI. Once a relatively peaceful city turned shithole after kids were bused to various far away schools in the name of "diversity", all those who could afford to left, and the city was split apart. And on the topic of immigration, to have open borders and a generous welfare state is just suicidal. Perhaps a libertarian way could work, but people have been turned off to that thanks to the loonies of the tea party faction.

This should never happen. Ideally, the government shouldn't close borders and people shouldn't be xenophobic when it doesn't make sense or isn't worth it, which I don't think happens very often. That's what I mean by not giving a fuck.

It shouldn't happen, but that's just what the government does. It creates problems. I am quite open to the Libertarian way or even the Socialism In One Country way. But what we have now is an unsustainable abomination. It cannot last. It will not last. And it is what helps to create xenophobia and general animosity.

#10 Re: Political discussion » Israel VS Palestine » 2014-07-02 04:32:44

The way the Jews are behaving in Palestine reminds me of the former slaves sent to Liberia, who went and enslaved them just like their own slavemasters did.

#11 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 04:30:39

Wes wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
Wes wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
Wes wrote:

knowledge is power:

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZQl6XBo64M[/video]

America is more like a salad bowl than a melting pot.

And America definitely isn't that picture you linked, either.

For the most part it's more like the top picture. Birds of a feather flock together, ya know. Some people seem not to like it.

"Birds of a feather flock together" isn't an argument for anything.

It isn't. It's just a common saying for what takes place. People tend to want to live with their own. It's usually the government trying to meddle with that, and it tends to create animosity. Like with the forced busing of Pontiac MI. Once a relatively peaceful city turned shithole after kids were bused to various far away schools in the name of "diversity", all those who could afford to left, and the city was split apart. And on the topic of immigration, to have open borders and a generous welfare state is just suicidal. Perhaps a libertarian way could work, but people have been turned off to that thanks to the loonies of the tea party faction.

#12 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 04:18:18

Wes wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
Wes wrote:

knowledge is power:

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZQl6XBo64M[/video]

America is more like a salad bowl than a melting pot.

And America definitely isn't that picture you linked, either.

For the most part it's more like the top picture. Birds of a feather flock together, ya know. Some people seem not to like it.

#13 Re: Philosophy » What's your highest ambition » 2014-07-02 03:56:12

My highest ambition is a better world.

#14 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 03:55:37

Alistoriv wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
SwiftEscudo wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
absentinsomniac wrote:

There are people just like you and I in other countries, and I don't really think it seems healthy just to be like fuck other countries mine's the best and the people in this country are the best, even if internally there's some solidarity. There's no real base for even feeling superior, really. I mean having pride in your country if it's actually a good country with good people is one thing, but institutional nationalism and promoting it doesn't seem healthy internationally or even internally. Like comparable countries are probably just as good with people just as good. I'd rather build solidrity among people in general.

Good fences make good neighbors. I find many cultures of the world to be beautiful and worthy of preservation, including that of my own. And I feel that the "multicultural" hegemony is a grave danger to that. The notion we must blend it all up into one big mash of interethnic, intercultural war and hatred is a cancerous notion spread by a cancerous people.

https://www.stormfront.org/forum/

Stormfags want to kill all that are not like them. They live in an echo chamber, where all they do is good and all that others do is bad. I cannot be part of such community.

You don't like being around people like you, huh?

I don't like people who would discard all minorities. They only believe themselves to be the greatest people and only they deserve to exist. I don't like it.

#15 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 03:54:35

Lunatic wrote:

imo the best approach would be QUIT GIVING A FUCK

Apathy is for the weak willed.

#16 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-02 03:54:04

Wes wrote:

knowledge is power:

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZQl6XBo64M[/video]

America is more like a salad bowl than a melting pot.

#18 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-01 15:42:04

SwiftEscudo wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
absentinsomniac wrote:

There are people just like you and I in other countries, and I don't really think it seems healthy just to be like fuck other countries mine's the best and the people in this country are the best, even if internally there's some solidarity. There's no real base for even feeling superior, really. I mean having pride in your country if it's actually a good country with good people is one thing, but institutional nationalism and promoting it doesn't seem healthy internationally or even internally. Like comparable countries are probably just as good with people just as good. I'd rather build solidrity among people in general.

Good fences make good neighbors. I find many cultures of the world to be beautiful and worthy of preservation, including that of my own. And I feel that the "multicultural" hegemony is a grave danger to that. The notion we must blend it all up into one big mash of interethnic, intercultural war and hatred is a cancerous notion spread by a cancerous people.

https://www.stormfront.org/forum/

Stormfags want to kill all that are not like them. They live in an echo chamber, where all they do is good and all that others do is bad. I cannot be part of such community.

#19 Re: Political discussion » Israel VS Palestine » 2014-07-01 15:40:30

The existence of Israel brings my blood to a boil. I can't believe I've been deceived for so long. The Jews are still there. I don't like that.

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN3qR2H4jGY[/video]

#20 Re: Philosophy » What's your highest ambition » 2014-07-01 07:14:04

Alistoriv wrote:

Stop bumping old threads faggot

lol

#21 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-01 06:52:08

Alistoriv wrote:
wsdempsey wrote:
absentinsomniac wrote:

There are people just like you and I in other countries, and I don't really think it seems healthy just to be like fuck other countries mine's the best and the people in this country are the best, even if internally there's some solidarity. There's no real base for even feeling superior, really. I mean having pride in your country if it's actually a good country with good people is one thing, but institutional nationalism and promoting it doesn't seem healthy internationally or even internally. Like comparable countries are probably just as good with people just as good. I'd rather build solidrity among people in general.

Good fences make good neighbors. I find many cultures of the world to be beautiful and worthy of preservation, including that of my own. And I feel that the "multicultural" hegemony is a grave danger to that. The notion we must blend it all up into one big mash of interethnic, intercultural war and hatred is a cancerous notion spread by a cancerous people.

Just because you don't support Nationalism it doesn't make you an internationalist. Just like how if you aren't a jew you're automatically a Nazi. The world isn't black and white.

I must admit that chanting USA USA USA is a bit silly, but I find it to be a much lesser evil compared to the International Bullshit.

#22 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-01 06:31:41

absentinsomniac wrote:

There are people just like you and I in other countries, and I don't really think it seems healthy just to be like fuck other countries mine's the best and the people in this country are the best, even if internally there's some solidarity. There's no real base for even feeling superior, really. I mean having pride in your country if it's actually a good country with good people is one thing, but institutional nationalism and promoting it doesn't seem healthy internationally or even internally. Like comparable countries are probably just as good with people just as good. I'd rather build solidrity among people in general.

Good fences make good neighbors. I find many cultures of the world to be beautiful and worthy of preservation, including that of my own. And I feel that the "multicultural" hegemony is a grave danger to that. The notion we must blend it all up into one big mash of interethnic, intercultural war and hatred is a cancerous notion spread by a cancerous people.

#23 Re: Philosophy » What's your highest ambition » 2014-07-01 06:13:23

brainiac3397 wrote:

Does that include transexuals?

Is tranny semen halal?

#24 Re: Political discussion » Nationalism » 2014-07-01 06:12:00

absentinsomniac wrote:

Solidrity is a different matter, it's loyalty to your fellow humans, neighbors, workers, etc. It's caring about other people, knowing that we're all in the shit togeather, etc. Nationalism is just "MURIKA FUK YH" and dick swinging.

What of Nationalistic Solidarity then? We don't say to the rich 'Give to the poor', we say 'fellow people, help each other'. Rich or poor, each one must help thinking, there's someone even poorer than I am, and I want to help them as a fellow countryman.

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