The Current State of the World and US (updated first post)

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  • Shin AkumaShin Akuma "My country is the world."..."Independence [for the world] is my Happiness." ― Thomas Paine Joined: Posts: 1,631
    edited October 2016
    Zatalcon wrote: »
    I didn't chose either of them. After watching the recent video of a newborn being pulled out of the rubble in Syria, i refuse to contribute to this terrorist nation known as the USA. It is hard to be so proud of a country that is responsible for the blood of many innocent people. It is hard to support a country that did nothing but invade and fuck up other countries, while giving false stereotyping to them to boot.
    Good. That's the correct answer.
    Azure wrote: »
    Anything else is revolution... which is treated as treason, by the establishment, and their obedient majority.
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    “Of course, to argue Democratic reason in King George the III's Britain could land you into uncomfortable trouble, as Tom Paine found out. And indeed to argue reasonable fair play over in Revolutionary France, once the ideals had got out of hand, could easily lead you to the guillotine, as Tom Paine was to find out.

    And even in New America; if you were constant in your Reasoned Idealism, as our Tom was, you could end your days as a rejected pariah or at least a national embarrassment, as Tom Paine was to find out. In certain cases, the State, the Establishment, would prefer you, if you were an ordinary person, a member of the third estate, as the French called it ― the Establishment would prefer you to remain in ignorance, and NOT to ask any awkward questions. And they would also prefer none of us, like Tom Paine, to give any uncomfortable answers. Tom was worried about this in the 18th Century, and some of us are worried about it today ― here and now.

    Towards the end of his book: 'The Rights of Man', Tom Paine simply defined himself and what he stood for":
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    "In spite of Thomas Jefferson's hope that America had returned generally to sentiments worthy of former times, it was not so. The national emphasis in America had moved from 'Idealism' to 'Materialism'. And of course, our Tom had not shifted ONE INCH from his concept of 'The Rights of Man' and of Woman. He landed in America, and with him he was carrying America's painful conscience."
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    "Before Thomas Paine died, he asked himself THE question, the biggest question that we should all ask ourselves, and Tom was able to answer himself":

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    “A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.”Bruce Lee
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    https://www.yahoo.com/news/russia-deploys-nuclear-capable-missiles-nato-doorstep-152729663.html

    While fuck hwr in the pussy males all the headlines, obezzy admistration hardliner stance, and hillary's promise of rising tensions with russia go on as usual
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  • pedoviejopedoviejo Thuggin in da Kitchen Joined: Posts: 13,848
    Xvideos wrote: »
    McDonalds fired 70 staff members from accounting in order to give those jobs to guest workers here on H-1B visas

    Fast food giant fired 70 staff members from accounting in order to give those jobs to guest workers here on H-1B visas. This move is part of trend of outsourcing jobs in mainstream sectors of the economy besides Silicon Valley. McDonalds says that the move is intended to save costs.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3800381/

    Oh because we need to import more labor @raz0r
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    Automating labor is more profitable than paying humans to do it though.
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  • pedoviejopedoviejo Thuggin in da Kitchen Joined: Posts: 13,848
    Automating labor is more profitable than paying humans to do it though.

    Thta's standard, but this dude ramon was trying to argue that immigration is a good thing. no its not when this is what immigration does
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    @crotchpuncha Why do you love the taxman so much?
    The biggest FU in the history of humanity.
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  • XvideosXvideos Xvideos Joined: Posts: 3,226
    edited October 2016

    Don't panic yet

    https://meduza.io/en/news/2016/10/11/znak-com-russian-officials-are-told-to-bring-their-children-home-from-abroad
    Znak.com maintains that this recommendation has been made to all officials, including members of the presidential administration, as well as deputies at all levels of government and employees of state-owned corporations.

    This information has yet to be confirmed by other sources.

    Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told news agency TASS that he had "never seen or heard" of such information.
    In 2014, shortly after the annexation of Crimea to Russia and the beginning of the conflict in the Donbas, Interior Ministry employees, as well as employees of other security agencies, were forbidden from travelling abroad. Officially, this ban was presented as a recommendation.
  • Jion_WansuJion_Wansu Joined: Posts: 5,879
    Javid wrote: »
    Meanwhile in Iraq a month and counting:


  • ReticentlyReticently Joined: Posts: 3,833
    edited October 2016
    China's inevitable global dominance maybe not so inevitable after all?

    500,000 elderly people go missing in China every year

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/12/asia/china-elderly-missing/index.html
    • China has a rapidly aging population and shrinking workforce
    • Problems caused by the one child policy could cost economy dearly in future
    Hong Kong (CNN) More than 1,300 elderly people go missing in China every day -- 500,000 per year, a new report claims.
    Senior citizens aged 65 or over account for up to 80% of missing elderly person cases, according to the Zhongmin Social Assistance Institute under the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

    "This is obviously a huge number and a social issue we cannot afford to ignore," Wang Zhikun, president of the Zhongmin institute, said on Sunday.

    Around 25% of those missing had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia, while 72% suffered some sort of memory impairment, according to the report.

    Of those who were found after being reported missing, 25% then went missing again, report author Xiong Guibin added.

    Demographic time bomb

    China's population is aging rapidly, a hangover of the one-child policy, which was finally overturned last year.

    While Chinese law requires adults to support their parents, many seniors whose children have died or moved away are left without a network of care.

    The problem is particularly bad in rural areas and small cities because younger populations typically migrate to big cities on China's rich eastern coast.

    The country is already home to more seniors -- 114 million aged 65 or over -- than any other developing country, according to a World Bank report.

    As many as 90 million people are expected to leave the workforce in the next three decades, that report found.

    By 2030, the government has warned China will have the most aged population on earth, with more than 400 million people over 60.

    While the problem has been exacerbated in China by draconian family planning laws, aging is a major issue throughout Asia.

    The swelling ranks of elderly people across the region will rack up healthcare costs of up to $20 trillion by 2030, the Singapore-based Asia Pacific Risk Center warned in August.
  • Jion_WansuJion_Wansu Joined: Posts: 5,879
    Reticently wrote: »
    China's inevitable global dominance maybe not so inevitable after all?

    500,000 elderly people go missing in China every year

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/12/asia/china-elderly-missing/index.html
    • China has a rapidly aging population and shrinking workforce
    • Problems caused by the one child policy could cost economy dearly in future
    Hong Kong (CNN) More than 1,300 elderly people go missing in China every day -- 500,000 per year, a new report claims.
    Senior citizens aged 65 or over account for up to 80% of missing elderly person cases, according to the Zhongmin Social Assistance Institute under the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

    "This is obviously a huge number and a social issue we cannot afford to ignore," Wang Zhikun, president of the Zhongmin institute, said on Sunday.

    Around 25% of those missing had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia, while 72% suffered some sort of memory impairment, according to the report.

    Of those who were found after being reported missing, 25% then went missing again, report author Xiong Guibin added.

    Demographic time bomb

    China's population is aging rapidly, a hangover of the one-child policy, which was finally overturned last year.

    While Chinese law requires adults to support their parents, many seniors whose children have died or moved away are left without a network of care.

    The problem is particularly bad in rural areas and small cities because younger populations typically migrate to big cities on China's rich eastern coast.

    The country is already home to more seniors -- 114 million aged 65 or over -- than any other developing country, according to a World Bank report.

    As many as 90 million people are expected to leave the workforce in the next three decades, that report found.

    By 2030, the government has warned China will have the most aged population on earth, with more than 400 million people over 60.

    While the problem has been exacerbated in China by draconian family planning laws, aging is a major issue throughout Asia.

    The swelling ranks of elderly people across the region will rack up healthcare costs of up to $20 trillion by 2030, the Singapore-based Asia Pacific Risk Center warned in August.

    Japan and America also have low birth rates
  • ReticentlyReticently Joined: Posts: 3,833
    Jion_Wansu wrote: »
    Reticently wrote: »
    China's inevitable global dominance maybe not so inevitable after all?

    500,000 elderly people go missing in China every year

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/12/asia/china-elderly-missing/index.html
    • China has a rapidly aging population and shrinking workforce
    • Problems caused by the one child policy could cost economy dearly in future
    Hong Kong (CNN) More than 1,300 elderly people go missing in China every day -- 500,000 per year, a new report claims.
    Senior citizens aged 65 or over account for up to 80% of missing elderly person cases, according to the Zhongmin Social Assistance Institute under the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

    "This is obviously a huge number and a social issue we cannot afford to ignore," Wang Zhikun, president of the Zhongmin institute, said on Sunday.

    Around 25% of those missing had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or dementia, while 72% suffered some sort of memory impairment, according to the report.

    Of those who were found after being reported missing, 25% then went missing again, report author Xiong Guibin added.

    Demographic time bomb

    China's population is aging rapidly, a hangover of the one-child policy, which was finally overturned last year.

    While Chinese law requires adults to support their parents, many seniors whose children have died or moved away are left without a network of care.

    The problem is particularly bad in rural areas and small cities because younger populations typically migrate to big cities on China's rich eastern coast.

    The country is already home to more seniors -- 114 million aged 65 or over -- than any other developing country, according to a World Bank report.

    As many as 90 million people are expected to leave the workforce in the next three decades, that report found.

    By 2030, the government has warned China will have the most aged population on earth, with more than 400 million people over 60.

    While the problem has been exacerbated in China by draconian family planning laws, aging is a major issue throughout Asia.

    The swelling ranks of elderly people across the region will rack up healthcare costs of up to $20 trillion by 2030, the Singapore-based Asia Pacific Risk Center warned in August.

    Japan and America also have low birth rates

    The US workforce continues to grow though- our birthrate isn't quite as low as other developed nations and remains a net positive, plus despite all the brouhaha we still pull a decent amount of immigration.

    Japan's shrinking labor force is a strong contributor to why their economy is doggedly contracting, so you can see why it bodes negatively for China- though there are obviously other factors that also contribute and may help offset the effect in their case.
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    China just needs a good war to get people fucking again, maybe they will trade a few bombs with N.Korea or Japan.
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  • AzureAzure E-Sports is fucking retarded. Joined: Posts: 9,048
    edited October 2016
    This is not a Children of Men scenario.

    Less births, particularly in over-populated, empoverished areas, can only be a net gain, for the rest of them.

    Of course rich cocksuckers will probably swoop in and snatch that extra bowel of rice per year straight out of Li's hand, claiming that it is theirs, in lieu of Han being alive to slave away making iPods to "earn" the "privilege" of bare minimal sustenance.

    But hey - DON'T BE POOR, MAINLAND CHINA, EH?*

    *This last bit was scathing sarcasm... just a heads up, for the biters in here.


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  • ReticentlyReticently Joined: Posts: 3,833
    Azure wrote: »
    This is not a Children of Men scenario.

    Less births, particularly in over-populated, empoverished areas, can only be a net gain, for the rest of them.

    Of course rich cocksuckers will probably swoop in and snatch that extra bowel of rice per year straight out of Li's hand, claiming that it is theirs, in lieu of Han being alive to slave away making iPods to "earn" the "privilege" of bare minimal sustenance.

    But hey - DON'T BE POOR, MAINLAND CHINA, EH?*

    *This last bit was scathing sarcasm... just a heads up, for the biters in here.

    We're talking about a declining workforce though, not a decline in populations receiving assistance. They're actually seeing a rise in population requiring aid as people age out of the workforce.

    It isn't a case of fewer hungry mouths to feed, it is a case of fewer people growing rice (or building stuff, or whatever).
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    Thanks, automation.
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    I wonder what would've happened to the world if China just ceased its production of goods for other international companies
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    edited October 2016
    Reticently wrote: »
    China's inevitable global dominance maybe not so inevitable after all?

    500,000 elderly people go missing in China every year

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/12/asia/china-elderly-missing/index.html

    So the elderly problem is solving itself. What's the problem here? /s
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    PVL_93_RU wrote: »
    I wonder what would've happened to the world if China just ceased its production of goods for other international companies

    India would become the next china
  • just5moreminutesjust5moreminutes Eagle will return Joined: Posts: 7,728
    In a culture that stresses devotion to one's elders as much as China, half a million old folks disappearing per year is pretty disturbing.
  • ReticentlyReticently Joined: Posts: 3,833
    This could get interesting given the peculiar relationship in Thailand's gov't between the monarchy and the military.

    Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej dies at 88

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/13/asia/thai-king-bhumibol-adulyadej-dies/index.html?adkey=bn
    (CNN)Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej died aged 88, according to a statement from the Royal Palace read on state TV Thursday.
    The announcement followed a days-long outpouring of support since the king was hospitalized. He underwent medical procedures over the weekend.
    King Bhumibol ascended to the throne 70 years ago, making him the world's longest-reigning living monarch, before his death.

    Thais had flocked to the hospital in which he was being held, dressed predominantly in pink -- an auspicious color believed to restore health -- and yellow, which is the color of the King.
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    I should be happy about this....................but I'm worried about the possible influence Boko Haram had on these girls while being held captive.
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    edited October 2016
    Xvideos wrote: »

    That election will determine my future. I'll be moving there next year. Had enough of Sweden. It is slowly going far-right, and all we can do is blame the faulty assimilation process of the refugees which I have the greatest respect for. Can't let in a whole bunch of people and keep those to themselves, they have to be let in with others so they can learn how to adapt. We're extremely secular, which is great, but these issues can't be overlooked anylonger, so, moving to an even more secular place (finally, thank you Iceland) seems reasonable.

    Also, write in Bernie Sanders or vote Jill. The #PodestaEmails is the definite proof of that this all was orchestrated by the media, DNC, and others. #OctoberSurprise
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    edited October 2016
    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/10/12/saddam-hussein-kept-torture-chamber-in-basement-iraqi-mission-in-nyc.html
    The Mission of Iraq, which sits on a wealthy Upper East Side block near Central Park, has a dark secret: it’s basement was used as a jail equipped for torture under Saddam Hussein’s regime

    the new yorker inside me is sorta not surpised by this news.



    older new yorkers are pretty jaded. like me for instance.
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    edited October 2016
    The the leader of the Iceland pirate party is a crazy hippie though.
    “we need more diversity in politics. We need more artists and creative people and philosophers,”
    http://www.swissinfo.ch/directdemocracy/future-democracy_-we-need-more-artists-and-philosophers-in-politics-/42484908

    If she has her way, tax payers will be footing the bills for all the empty gesture policies that SJW arts major hippies will implement in the government.

    What government needs is people who have worked at the industry and law, who know what real pain is. The problem these days is it's too easy to spend other people's money and not take responsibility when things go wrong.
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    edited October 2016
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    Jimbo13 wrote: »
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    The moment when you know you are a total douche for thinking that was funny for a second.
  • ReticentlyReticently Joined: Posts: 3,833
    Good thing no one ever gets raped and murdered here then, or else that would show that we aren't peaceful either?

    Like, I'm sorry that woman had an apparently fatal case of smug, but that meme does a piss poor job of advocating for its apparent message.
  • Jimbo13Jimbo13 Trans-Randy Savage My pronouns are Oh and Yea Joined: Posts: 1,662
    Zatalcon wrote: »
    The moment when you know you are a total douche for thinking that was funny for a second.

    Guilty of doucheness then, liberal smug gets people killed and raped all the time.
    The biggest FU in the history of humanity.
  • pedoviejopedoviejo Thuggin in da Kitchen Joined: Posts: 13,848
    Reticently wrote: »
    Good thing no one ever gets raped and murdered here then, or else that would show that we aren't peaceful either?

    Like, I'm sorry that woman had an apparently fatal case of smug, but that meme does a piss poor job of advocating for its apparent message.

    But the thing is, it seems she made it from milan. The moment she stepped into muslim terrotory.


    Rape and murder.
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  • ReticentlyReticently Joined: Posts: 3,833
    pedoviejo wrote: »
    Reticently wrote: »
    Good thing no one ever gets raped and murdered here then, or else that would show that we aren't peaceful either?

    Like, I'm sorry that woman had an apparently fatal case of smug, but that meme does a piss poor job of advocating for its apparent message.

    But the thing is, it seems she made it from milan. The moment she stepped into muslim terrotory.


    Rape and murder.

    Sure, but if rape and murder are your litmus test western civilization is going to fail too.
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    @Raz0r
    but immigration is so good for a country!!!
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    wow.....Paris is in ruins.
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  • pedoviejopedoviejo Thuggin in da Kitchen Joined: Posts: 13,848
    Reticently wrote: »
    pedoviejo wrote: »
    Reticently wrote: »
    Good thing no one ever gets raped and murdered here then, or else that would show that we aren't peaceful either?

    Like, I'm sorry that woman had an apparently fatal case of smug, but that meme does a piss poor job of advocating for its apparent message.

    But the thing is, it seems she made it from milan. The moment she stepped into muslim terrotory.


    Rape and murder.

    Sure, but if rape and murder are your litmus test western civilization is going to fail too.

    yes that's true, but the irony of her being offed the moment she stepped foot in those backward countries can't not be pointed out. IF anything, this isn't so much as a fail for muslims (the've are already failures), but a failure and stupidity of the privelaged white individual whose live a life so far removed from any sort of real struggle
    All "civilizations" would fail that test because humans are monstrous savages no matter where they're from.

    some fail more than others, Not all F's are equal son. You ahve to try and score a 10 or 15 out of 100 on an exam. The west's F isn't anywhere near a 10 or 15, its at least double that because its made a conscious effort to do as it preaches. That's what makes the west better in every sense of the word
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  • MechWarriorMechWarrior Joined: Posts: 5,718
    edited October 2016
    pedoviejo wrote: »
    The west's F isn't anywhere near a 10 or 15, its at least double that because its made a conscious effort to do as it preaches.
    Are you fucking kidding me? The West "preaches" peace but has waged war for as long as it has existed. It "preaches" tolerance but hates everything and everyone that is different in any way. It "preaches" freedom, has less than 5 percent of the world’s population, and has almost 25 percent of the world’s total prison population. Stop lying.
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