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Ben No.3

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  1. So the polish government decided it was a great idea to release the names, addresses, birthplaces, locations and photos of around 800 sex offenders. http://m.dw.com/de/polnische-regierung-stellt-sexualstraftäter-datenbank-ins-netz/a-42001872 The data includes pedophiles and especially severe rapists. Furthermore, any school employing one of these people is threatened with fines or prison. So I guess Poland has entirely departed from anything resembling rule of law or respect for human dignity.
  2. Kinda like in Germany 1940 he said “destruction of Israel”, not “genocide of all jews” So I assume blue helmets will soon be seen patrolling Jerusalem, or how am I to imagine this?
  3. see, this is what I mean Symbolism wields tremendous power
  4. Definitely not a diplomat. What you call „rooted in reality“, others might call „ignorant of the few achievements that have been made”.
  5. Threatening Japan with nuclear annihilation worked.
  6. Yup, history moves. And we can either move with it and embrace the future, or we can try to save what is already lost. Why should the decline of “our” civilisation be a bad thing? Something new will arise, and it will arise from us. It’s quite beautiful, no? About that second paragraph: The First and the Second World War were highly advanced cultures bashing each other’s heads. Generally, great powers at war have far greater destructive capabilities; so I’m not entirely sure what you are talking about?
  7. I don't think that should have anything to do with anything. Imo, stay at home moms are bringing value to the family. Not with monetary income, but otherwise. oh they certainly are producing a heck ton of value. Not that they get any of it though. Stay-home mom (or parent, really) is one of the most exploited positions to be in. Works a day and gains practically nothing, while being almost completely powerless outside of the house, where they are depended on their husband.So yes, those who are exploiting them do carry responsibility. Mmmm okay so they get nothing in return? Man, where ar
  8. I don't think that should have anything to do with anything. Imo, stay at home moms are bringing value to the family. Not with monetary income, but otherwise. oh they certainly are producing a heck ton of value. Not that they get any of it though. Stay-home mom (or parent, really) is one of the most exploited positions to be in. Works a day and gains practically nothing, while being almost completely powerless outside of the house, where they are depended on their husband.So yes, those who are exploiting them do carry responsibility.
  9. Excuse me, but if you stuck your **** into a woman for years on end, while also maintaining your status as the „moneymaker“ of the family; her welfare becomes your responsibility.
  10. @Epaminondas Criticism of source isn’t the same as ad hominem
  11. Feminism is only authoritarian in the sense that it advocates the overturn of certain societal aspects, as it finds them intolerable. It’s suggestions however tend to offer more liberty for the individual, rather than less. “Authoritarian” is therefore a strange and misleading word to describe feminism, and equating it to the authoritarianism of fascism is wrong. An example: Feminists argue that women should enter marriage voluntarily and divorce at will. This is essentially a liberation in that it enables women to gain a significant amount of control over their lives. Someone like BPS m
  12. I’ve watched quite a few videos by him over the time. As far as my understanding, BPS is simply a fascist. Also, thanks for the recommendation for the Shaun channel.
  13. The first step in solving a problem is realizing what it is. You've completed step one it seems. Congrats! wait, is the problem BPS or the state sponsored classroom? I did you the favour of fact checking both on multiple occasions in the past. The classroom always did significantly better. So I’m assuming we’re talking about BPS; and yes, people like him are a problem. See you in the black block, comrade
  14. you can’t really have a profit controlled media either now, can you?Best model is probably something like the deal SciencesPo struck with the French government: The money comes from the state, but they set up their own board, with people that must remain there for a certain amount of years (in the case of SciencesPo, a lifetime; that goes a bit far).
  15. Dear Val, at least state sponsored classrooms have me a good enough education to understand the levels of bull**** BlackPigeonSpeaks emits. Yours, An indoctrinated statist
  16. Just to clear things up: the guy who made that video, Black Pigeon Speaks? He also thinks women and woman’s rights INCLUDING their right to work, vote and choose a husband, are the reason for the downfall of civilisation. But don’t take my word for it... just listen yourself https://youtu.be/UxpVwBzFAkw
  17. that IS a great metaphor for a libertarians relationship with capitalism.
  18. Doesn't this more have to do with one's citizenry? If your an ex-pat your not getting all the benefits of your new home country, so you rely on your connections to your home country. Long term immigrants should be applying for citizenship, and then you have everything squared away. We just need to better facilitate that process, but I think we still need citizenry as the baseline. Problem with that is that getting a citizenship can be quite expensive; and even if it isn’t, future government could make it expensive, or perhaps only give it to those born in the country. Future governments al
  19. “A couple is walking through Moscow on Christmas Eve. They feel a slight precipitation. ‘I think it’s snowing’ says the man. ‘No, it’s raining’ says the woman. ‘How about we ask this communist officer here? Officer Rudolph, is it raining or snowing?’ exclaims the man. ‘Definitely raining!’ replies Officer Rudolph before walking off. The wife turns to her man with a smile. ‘See? Rudolph the Red knows rain, dear.’ “
  20. Doesn't this more have to do with one's citizenry? If your an ex-pat your not getting all the benefits of your new home country, so you rely on your connections to your home country. Long term immigrants should be applying for citizenship, and then you have everything squared away. We just need to better facilitate that process, but I think we still need citizenry as the baseline. Problem with that is that getting a citizenship can be quite expensive; and even if it isn’t, future government could make it expensive, or perhaps only give it to those born in the country.
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