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2013-05-07 01:10:51 PM
In addition, Saudi Arabia and Iran - as competitors for regional hegemony - supported Afghan militias hostile towards each other.[44] According to Human Rights Watch, Iran assisted the Shia Hazara Hezb-i Wahdat forces of Abdul Ali Mazari, as Iran attempted to maximize Wahdat's military power and influence.[42][44][45] Saudi Arabia supported the Wahhabite Abdul Rasul Sayyaf and his Ittihad-i Islami faction.[42][44] Conflict between the two militias soon escalated. A publication by the George Washington University describes: [O]utside forces saw instability in Afghanistan as an opportunity to press their own security and political agendas.[46]

ah
the proxy wars will NEVER END
bwhahahahah haah hahahahahah
/sigh
 
2013-05-07 01:12:33 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: perhaps even give me a replicator

That would be the immediate downfall of capitalism.  Hopefully we stumble upon that invention sooner rather than later.


How a Marxist thinks things get invented.
 
2013-05-07 01:13:14 PM

FarkedOver

This is how you get to work if you are a Palestinian working in Israel.

Wow...

I wonder why...

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... Ohhh that's right self preservation is wise.


// I've seen worse than what your pathetic photo shows at TSA airline lines here in the "land of the free"tm
 
2013-05-07 01:13:40 PM

studs up: FarkedOver: Bhasayate: perhaps even give me a replicator

That would be the immediate downfall of capitalism.  Hopefully we stumble upon that invention sooner rather than later.

How a Marxist thinks things get invented.


Completely rewrite the laws of physics and VIOLA!
 
2013-05-07 01:14:42 PM

Bravo Two: So, here's a question. In a lot of these threads, one of the legitimate comments people keep saying over and over is "how people view the US".

Is the opinion of others far more important than doing the right thing? If it made us look good to stay out of the fight entirely, should we do that? Why should we ignore the genocide of people in any nation and not help because of what people think?

It does seem a bit odd to me that the opinion of foreign powers means more than standing up for the lives of people who get steamrolled by anyone.  No matter WHAT the US does, we're going to get someone pissed off, and be hated. Invade on the side of the rebels in Syria? ZOMG WARMONGER US! DON'T invade or do anything to help the rebels? ZOMG THE US IS LETTING THE PEOPLE GET SLAUGHTERED!

Thank god we haven't gone anywhere near the African nations, so largely no one blames us for any of it, but I'm sure that somehow, some way we're responsible for the ethnic cleansing and civil wars there.


I thought it was pretty simple actually.  We (the US) view ourselves as liberators, whereas the citizens of the countries we are "liberating" , who have a different historical and cultural context of the world, don't necessarily see us in the same light, and might even go so far as to consider us invaders, not liberators.  This fosters a level of distrust, especially with common, uneducated masses in these other countries.  Its just a psychological bias we apply where we think that this random Afghani kid, whose family makes the equivalent of 50 USD a year, is supposed to see things in the same way as his/her American counterparts.  We could have the greatest of intentions, but these cultural disconnects can bog things down entirely or even do more harm than good.  It's not so much that we should just ignore the terrible things that some dictators have been known to do, its that we need to think things through much more thorougly and avoid knee-jerk reactions.  Look over the couse of history, typically when a foreign army sets down on your homeland, should you embrace them or approach them with fear?
 
2013-05-07 01:14:43 PM

studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.


No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".
 
2013-05-07 01:15:12 PM

namatad: Bhasayate: That's the rub: if you're going to call the Nukes unjust, on account of the massive number of civilian/noncombatant causalities, then you've got to call the fire bombings unjust on those grounds, too -- if you care about things like rational consistency anyway.

at LEAST tokyo, nagasaki and hiroshima had a certain amount of war manufacturer. dresden was just plain payback.
it is funny when we try to talk about "justice" when discussing war and mass killings.

Syria is a great example. 120,000 killed overall (April 2013 SOHR estimate).
But the world has done nothing to stop this.
1) civil war - we have to respect their sovereignty. ROFL
2) two years and counting - so if the deaths happen slowly over a long enough period of time, THAT is ok?
3) EVIL REBELS vs Freedom Fighters - how do you actually tell the difference?
4) when should we do something? Rwanda? Somalia? the list goes on and on and on.

"The Taliban movement traces its origin to the Pakistani-trained mujahideen in northern Pakistan, during the Soviet war in Afghanistan"
One day they were a bunch of freedom fighters, the next day, evil motherfarkers.

We like to think that we are past the days of playing the game of thrones. LOL. not even close.


Arguably, and very plausibly, there are just and unjust wars, jus in bello (just conduct in war) and jus ad bellum (just reasons for going to war).

Glad you brought up Syria. This is completely absurd, and all on Obama (can't blame Bush for this): the so-called "red line" was the use of Chemical Weapons, that that'd be a gamechanger, enough to provoke some sort of actual response (beyond making a speech or sternly worded letters), as if all that other killing by conventional means hadn't already passed some sort of line somewhere that justified intervention.

Of course, if the intervention isn't politically expedient, then don't hold your breath.
 
2013-05-07 01:16:15 PM

FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".


Then why the cognitive dissonance?
 
2013-05-07 01:17:01 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: perhaps even give me a replicator

That would be the immediate downfall of capitalism.  Hopefully we stumble upon that invention sooner rather than later.


Actually, that wouldn't be bad. I mean, capitalism deals with the world the way that it is. But, sure, IF we had replicator tech, then we'd no longer need capitalism. And there would be much rejoicing; no starvation, all sorts of goodness.

Again, I'm not expecting replicator tech anytime soon, and I'm not basing my political viewpoints on its mere logical possibility.
 
2013-05-07 01:17:41 PM
Oops.
 
2013-05-07 01:17:41 PM

studs up: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

Then why the cognitive dissonance?


Really? I have no realistic notion that a "replicator" is possible.  Read that whole exchange it was about BBQing with aliens for christ sake.
 
2013-05-07 01:18:24 PM

FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".


How can a Marxist believe in anything remotely like intellectual property?
 
2013-05-07 01:19:22 PM

Bhasayate: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

How can a Marxist believe in anything remotely like intellectual property?


I don't, I actually attribute most of my radicalization to my job haha
 
2013-05-07 01:21:35 PM

FarkedOver: studs up: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

Then why the cognitive dissonance?

Really? I have no realistic notion that a "replicator" is possible.  Read that whole exchange it was about BBQing with aliens for christ sake.


All that stuff about aliens is logically possible. So is any series of Marxist Revolutions leading to Happy Utopia for the world. It's equally silly to think that either sort of even 'really could happen.' To hope for Marxist Revolution and Happy Utopia is just about as silly and foolish as to hope for having a bbq with aliens in my backyard. What we have here is an RAA of Marxism, FYI.
 
2013-05-07 01:21:50 PM

FarkedOver: hardinparamedic: FarkedOver: namatad: you mean like EVERY country in the world?
Let me know when the white people have all left the US/Americas and given it back to the natives. Until then, all countries are theft.

I think borders are criminal. I think calling people "illegal" is farked up.  I'm not that big into nations and countries.

Things like that comment are what make people laugh at you.

I'm perfectly fine with that.  I'm sure people have laughed at many progressive ideas throughout the course of human history.


Yeah, dude-totally!  Now pass it.

media.thedenverchannel.com
 
2013-05-07 01:22:28 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

How can a Marxist believe in anything remotely like intellectual property?

I don't, I actually attribute most of my radicalization to my job haha


But you still work for an evil corporation and all that? Isn't that bad faith? Or something like that?
 
2013-05-07 01:24:50 PM

Bhasayate: FarkedOver: Bhasayate: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

How can a Marxist believe in anything remotely like intellectual property?

I don't, I actually attribute most of my radicalization to my job haha

But you still work for an evil corporation and all that? Isn't that bad faith? Or something like that?


No, you cannot blame the worker for trying to make a living.  I wouldn't begrudge someone working in a weapons factory either.
 
2013-05-07 01:27:14 PM

Bhasayate: Glad you brought up Syria. This is completely absurd, and all on Obama (can't blame Bush for this): the so-called "red line" was the use of Chemical Weapons, that that'd be a gamechanger, enough to provoke some sort of actual response (beyond making a speech or sternly worded letters), as if all that other killing by conventional means hadn't already passed some sort of line somewhere that justified intervention.

Of course, if the intervention isn't politically expedient, then don't hold your breath.


there were a couple lines/stories from west wing. about when you go in. what is the RIGHT thing to do.
C.J, joins Toby and Josh at the bar. Will has them all talking about foreign policy. C.J. asks Toby,"The guy across the street is beating up a pregnant woman. You don't go over there and try and stop it?" 
"The guy across the street is beating up anybody, I like to think I go over and try and stop it. But we aren't talking about the President going to Asia or the President going to Rwanda or the President going to Qumar. We're talking about the President sending other people's kids to do that." 
"That's always what we're talking about and in addition to being somebody's kids they're soldier's and sailors, and if we're about freedom from tyranny then we're about freedom from tyranny and if we're not we should shut up." 
"Yes,"  Josh says joining in. 
"...On Sunday he's taking an oath to ensure domestic tranquility,"  Toby reminds his co-workers. 
"And to establish justice and promote the general welfare,"  C.J. shoots back. "Stand by while atrocities are taking place and you're an accomplice." 
But Toby wants a real answer to the question, "...Why are you sending your kids across the street?" 
After a moment, C.J. has an answer, "'Cause those are somebody's kids, too."

Later the conversation is still going on. Josh tells Toby, "I'm not talking about fighting two wars at once. I'm not talking about fighting wars. Intervening when there's violence against people who are defenseless---" 
"Fine, but if we go here, that means they can go there. And look, there's more injustice over there." 
"We elect these people. And not for nothing, but if we'd been the world's policeman in the '30s, you and I----" 
"We'd have had a lot more relatives."
 
2013-05-07 01:28:25 PM
FEDRIGOTTI

And there's a little girl who is really misbehaving. She runs around, she's

throwing food.

The father decides to punish her right there by cracking the wine bottle

over her head,

throwing her to the ground, and kicking her repeatedly. You sit at the next

table. What do you do?


JOSH

The kid wasn't throwing food.


FEDRIGOTTI

Is there a crime that girl could commit, that would have justified what the

father did?


JOSH

[laughs] See, it's... it's problematic when other people make my argument

for me.


FEDRIGOTTI

Yeah. And if the father said, 'This is my child, and I will punish her any

way I choose,'

would you come to the conclusion that this father has lost all perspective,

and all judgement, and should be removed from equation?


At what point do start treating the government of Syria correctly and remove them from the equation?
 
2013-05-07 01:28:26 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: FarkedOver: Bhasayate: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

How can a Marxist believe in anything remotely like intellectual property?

I don't, I actually attribute most of my radicalization to my job haha

But you still work for an evil corporation and all that? Isn't that bad faith? Or something like that?

No, you cannot blame the worker for trying to make a living.  I wouldn't begrudge someone working in a weapons factory either.


But workers are complicit; they help to sustain the unjust system. If they would all just rise up already, things would be different. I mean, someone's got to start it. Might as well be you! Rally the troops! GO GO GO =D
 
2013-05-07 01:28:58 PM

Bhasayate: FarkedOver: Bhasayate: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

How can a Marxist believe in anything remotely like intellectual property?

I don't, I actually attribute most of my radicalization to my job haha

But you still work for an evil corporation and all that? Isn't that bad faith? Or something like that?


To further expand, look at Engels.  He was a partner at an importing/exporting firm in London (I believe).  He used all his money to write and bank roll the marxist cause.  It's not what the worker does for an occupation it's what he does for the cause.
 
2013-05-07 01:32:03 PM

namatad: Bhasayate: Glad you brought up Syria. This is completely absurd, and all on Obama (can't blame Bush for this): the so-called "red line" was the use of Chemical Weapons, that that'd be a gamechanger, enough to provoke some sort of actual response (beyond making a speech or sternly worded letters), as if all that other killing by conventional means hadn't already passed some sort of line somewhere that justified intervention.

Of course, if the intervention isn't politically expedient, then don't hold your breath.

there were a couple lines/stories from west wing. about when you go in. what is the RIGHT thing to do.
C.J, joins Toby and Josh at the bar. Will has them all talking about foreign policy. C.J. asks Toby,"The guy across the street is beating up a pregnant woman. You don't go over there and try and stop it?" 
"The guy across the street is beating up anybody, I like to think I go over and try and stop it. But we aren't talking about the President going to Asia or the President going to Rwanda or the President going to Qumar. We're talking about the President sending other people's kids to do that." 
"That's always what we're talking about and in addition to being somebody's kids they're soldier's and sailors, and if we're about freedom from tyranny then we're about freedom from tyranny and if we're not we should shut up." 
"Yes,"  Josh says joining in. 
"...On Sunday he's taking an oath to ensure domestic tranquility,"  Toby reminds his co-workers. 
"And to establish justice and promote the general welfare,"  C.J. shoots back. "Stand by while atrocities are taking place and you're an accomplice." 
But Toby wants a real answer to the question, "...Why are you sending your kids across the street?" 
After a moment, C.J. has an answer, "'Cause those are somebody's kids, too."
Later the conversation is still going on. Josh tells Toby, "I'm not talking about fighting two wars at once. I'm not talking about fighting wars. Intervening when there's violence against peo ...


Interesting, I wish real politicians thought like this!

/as aside, we don't need to worry about what the right thing to do really is. All we need to do is listen for when Obama tells us it's the right thing to do. Then's it's all good.
 
2013-05-07 01:32:31 PM

Bhasayate: But workers are complicit; they help to sustain the unjust system. If they would all just rise up already, things would be different. I mean, someone's got to start it. Might as well be you! Rally the troops! GO GO GO =D


There are ways to go about societal change and going balls to the wall for a full scale revolution is not in the cards at the moment haha.  There are other things, there are elections, running your own candidates, union organizing, community outreach and the like that I think are what is best for the cause at the moment.
 
2013-05-07 01:34:42 PM

vpb: Tell that to a skin head.  Go ahead, I dare you.


I have to plenty of racists and a couple former skins, it blows their mind. Iran literally means Aryan.
 
2013-05-07 01:35:02 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: FarkedOver: Bhasayate: FarkedOver: studs up: How a Marxist thinks things get invented.

No, I work in the intellectual property field.  I'm well aware of how things are "invented".

How can a Marxist believe in anything remotely like intellectual property?

I don't, I actually attribute most of my radicalization to my job haha

But you still work for an evil corporation and all that? Isn't that bad faith? Or something like that?

To further expand, look at Engels.  He was a partner at an importing/exporting firm in London (I believe).  He used all his money to write and bank roll the marxist cause.  It's not what the worker does for an occupation it's what he does for the cause.


OK, I'll give you those points. But, still, that's my point: there is a cause and you probably have more you need to do in favor of it, given your political views, you have a duty to do much more than you're probably doing.

And, on that note, probably, the same applies to most people in this thread, whatever there politic.

But there are higher moral demands on Marxists (given the truth of the theory). In other words, if you really believe what you do, perhaps you should be doing more to start a revolution or something. Just saying...
 
2013-05-07 01:35:46 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: But workers are complicit; they help to sustain the unjust system. If they would all just rise up already, things would be different. I mean, someone's got to start it. Might as well be you! Rally the troops! GO GO GO =D

There are ways to go about societal change and going balls to the wall for a full scale revolution is not in the cards at the moment haha.  There are other things, there are elections, running your own candidates, union organizing, community outreach and the like that I think are what is best for the cause at the moment.


This stuff is so passe, it's not progressive enough. PROGRESS! EVOLVE!! GET MORE POWERS!!
 
2013-05-07 01:36:29 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: But workers are complicit; they help to sustain the unjust system. If they would all just rise up already, things would be different. I mean, someone's got to start it. Might as well be you! Rally the troops! GO GO GO =D

There are ways to go about societal change and going balls to the wall for a full scale revolution is not in the cards at the moment haha.  There are other things, there are elections, running your own candidates, union organizing, community outreach and the like that I think are what is best for the cause at the moment.


Serious question: How do you reconcile the fact that everywhere Marxism is embraced suffers crippling poverty, starvation, government corruption and the quality of the national products takes a complete nose dive?
 
2013-05-07 01:36:52 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: But workers are complicit; they help to sustain the unjust system. If they would all just rise up already, things would be different. I mean, someone's got to start it. Might as well be you! Rally the troops! GO GO GO =D

There are ways to go about societal change and going balls to the wall for a full scale revolution is not in the cards at the moment haha.  There are other things, there are elections, running your own candidates, union organizing, community outreach and the like that I think are what is best for the cause at the moment.


That moment has been stretching on awhile, hasn't it?
Oh well, enjoy your capitalist gains as you lament the plight of the worker. We'll just toil here in our wages waiting for you to help.
 
2013-05-07 01:39:42 PM

Magnanimous_J: FarkedOver: Bhasayate: But workers are complicit; they help to sustain the unjust system. If they would all just rise up already, things would be different. I mean, someone's got to start it. Might as well be you! Rally the troops! GO GO GO =D

There are ways to go about societal change and going balls to the wall for a full scale revolution is not in the cards at the moment haha.  There are other things, there are elections, running your own candidates, union organizing, community outreach and the like that I think are what is best for the cause at the moment.

Serious question: How do you reconcile the fact that everywhere Marxism is embraced suffers crippling poverty, starvation, government corruption and the quality of the national products takes a complete nose dive?


Don't let things like facts get in the way of what is possible man!
 
2013-05-07 01:39:51 PM

Bhasayate: But there are higher moral demands on Marxists (given the truth of the theory). In other words, if you really believe what you do, perhaps you should be doing more to start a revolution or something. Just saying...


Read State and Revolution by Lenin.  It gives you a good idea about when revolutions should occur.  The Bolsheviks ran in elections, they boycotted elections and played by the rules for almost 20 years.  Revolution will happen when it happens.
 
2013-05-07 01:40:42 PM

Magnanimous_J: Serious question: How do you reconcile the fact that everywhere Marxism is embraced suffers crippling poverty, starvation, government corruption and the quality of the national products takes a complete nose dive?


Being surrounded by unfriendly capitalist governments will usually do that.
 
2013-05-07 01:40:44 PM

TheJoe03: vpb: Tell that to a skin head.  Go ahead, I dare you.

I have to plenty of racists and a couple former skins, it blows their mind. Iran literally means Aryan.


It would be awesome if it literally blew their minds.
LOL
 
2013-05-07 01:42:07 PM
must have been the beans Ahmadinejad ate.
 
2013-05-07 01:42:49 PM

FarkedOver: Read State and Revolution by Lenin.  It gives you a good idea about when revolutions should occur.


When Lenin was in power would have been a good time.
 
2013-05-07 01:42:53 PM

Magnanimous_J: Serious question: How do you reconcile the fact that everywhere Marxism is embraced suffers crippling poverty, starvation, government corruption and the quality of the national products takes a complete nose dive?


by ignoring both sides
a proper government is a hybrid compromise of both factions.
socialism to help the bottom and regulated capitalism for everything else.

unregulated capitalism is as much a failure as "pure" socialism.
 
2013-05-07 01:45:23 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: But there are higher moral demands on Marxists (given the truth of the theory). In other words, if you really believe what you do, perhaps you should be doing more to start a revolution or something. Just saying...

Read State and Revolution by Lenin.  It gives you a good idea about when revolutions should occur.  The Bolsheviks ran in elections, they boycotted elections and played by the rules for almost 20 years.  Revolution will happen when it happens.


I realize there are theories here, and am not unaware of them. Revolutions don't just happen; if one is a Marxist, then there are things one can do to get the ball rolling in that direction. Ergo, there are things one should do to help bring them about.
 
2013-05-07 01:46:30 PM
Rock the casbah.
 
2013-05-07 01:47:14 PM

namatad: Magnanimous_J: Serious question: How do you reconcile the fact that everywhere Marxism is embraced suffers crippling poverty, starvation, government corruption and the quality of the national products takes a complete nose dive?

by ignoring both sides
a proper government is a hybrid compromise of both factions.
socialism to help the bottom and regulated capitalism for everything else.

unregulated capitalism is as much a failure as "pure" socialism.


The problem is when capitalism becomes to regulated, it tends towards Fascism and Totalitarian abuses of power. This is where the US is headed, and politicians who are D's and R's are walking there hand in hand.
 
2013-05-07 01:47:40 PM

Bhasayate: I realize there are theories here, and am not unaware of them. Revolutions don't just happen; if one is a Marxist, then there are things one can do to get the ball rolling in that direction. Ergo, there are things one should do to help bring them about.


I understand that, BUT do you know how many different farking factions there are!? Stalinsts, Trots, Maoists, Titoists, on and on and on and on.... haha The sad state of the whole thing is none of these factions see eye to eye.  They are at each others throats more than that of the capitalist system.  But I am actually working on reconciling these differences in my area with a few like minded comrades.
 
2013-05-07 01:50:32 PM

FarkedOver: Stone Meadow: FarkedOver: R.A.Danny: I love Israel more and more every day.

For having an apartheid like government?  That's nice.

[www.sabinabecker.com image 500x446]

Concern? This is how you get to work if you are a Palestinian working in Israel.

[ph.cdn.photos.upi.com image 850x559]


We have color pictures of people being marched into ovens?
 
2013-05-07 01:50:50 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: I realize there are theories here, and am not unaware of them. Revolutions don't just happen; if one is a Marxist, then there are things one can do to get the ball rolling in that direction. Ergo, there are things one should do to help bring them about.

I understand that, BUT do you know how many different farking factions there are!? Stalinsts, Trots, Maoists, Titoists, on and on and on and on.... haha The sad state of the whole thing is none of these factions see eye to eye.  They are at each others throats more than that of the capitalist system.  But I am actually working on reconciling these differences in my area with a few like minded comrades.


=D
\:D/
 
2013-05-07 01:52:14 PM

FarkedOver: Bhasayate: I realize there are theories here, and am not unaware of them. Revolutions don't just happen; if one is a Marxist, then there are things one can do to get the ball rolling in that direction. Ergo, there are things one should do to help bring them about.

I understand that, BUT do you know how many different farking factions there are!? Stalinsts, Trots, Maoists, Titoists, on and on and on and on.... haha The sad state of the whole thing is none of these factions see eye to eye.  They are at each others throats more than that of the capitalist system.  But I am actually working on reconciling these differences in my area with a few like minded comrades.


So the followers of the most murderous bunch of sociopaths can't agree on which path of blood to follow?
imokwiththis.gif
 
2013-05-07 01:55:30 PM

studs up: So the followers of the most murderous bunch of sociopaths can't agree on which path of blood to follow?


If you believe more deaths have occurred under the red flag than under any capitalist flag, you're sorely mistaken.
 
2013-05-07 01:57:54 PM

studs up: BgJonson79: vpb: BgJonson79:

aka: Random Brown People

Iranians are Aryan...

Tell that to a skin head.  Go ahead, I dare you.

I don't know any...

Hi there!

Unless you mean racist skin, then no. We all know that most skinheads aren't racist. right? Or are we back to that whole Geraldo, Quincy, Springer idea of what a skinhead is?


Heh.

The reputation of skinheads is in the toilet. If you tailor your look such that it is reminiscent of the popular image of a racist skinhead, then you'll get judged.

Meh. I guess the "hey... can a good skinhead get some love?" caught my eye funny.

"No, for the millionth time I am  not a Nazi! I just like these outfits!"
 
2013-05-07 02:06:54 PM

Lagaidh: studs up: BgJonson79: vpb: BgJonson79:

aka: Random Brown People

Iranians are Aryan...

Tell that to a skin head.  Go ahead, I dare you.

I don't know any...

Hi there!

Unless you mean racist skin, then no. We all know that most skinheads aren't racist. right? Or are we back to that whole Geraldo, Quincy, Springer idea of what a skinhead is?

Heh.

The reputation of skinheads is in the toilet. If you tailor your look such that it is reminiscent of the popular image of a racist skinhead, then you'll get judged.

Meh. I guess the "hey... can a good skinhead get some love?" caught my eye funny.

"No, for the millionth time I am  not a Nazi! I just like these outfits!"


Outfits?
Anyway, if your life experience is dictated by what the TV tells you, that is exactly the type of response I would expect. We have all become broadstroke artists that rush to quantify people as fast as possible to avoid contact and rational thought. Enjoy your hole.
 
2013-05-07 02:08:05 PM

FarkedOver: studs up: So the followers of the most murderous bunch of sociopaths can't agree on which path of blood to follow?

If you believe more deaths have occurred under the red flag than under any capitalist flag, you're sorely mistaken.


Statements like this is why no one takes you seriously. Has that been said already?
 
2013-05-07 02:09:03 PM
Communism kills the thread.
 
2013-05-07 02:21:12 PM

Vercengetorix: I bet the Sharif didn't like this


rock the casbah
 
2013-05-07 02:37:20 PM

Shadow Blasko: Aaaannnd... I think I'll just go buy gas now.

/Who am I kidding, I drive an RX-8, I have to buy gas every other day.


And oil.
 
2013-05-07 02:45:01 PM

Infinite Monkeys In Front Of A Computer: It looks like we've got another Obama scandal on our hands


Is it soup yet?

i41.tinypic.com
 
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