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Quebec independencr Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 23:37:54 [Preview] No. 17154 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
If they got it it would screw up Canada so bad by basically denying Canada chess to the Atlantic Ocean. Idk why French are such jerks but I blame Catholicsm and absolute rule under monarchs.


Anonymous 06/17/2018 (Sun) 23:45:50 [Preview] No.17158 del
shut up and eat your poutine THAT WE INVENTED.

youre welcome


Anonymous 06/18/2018 (Mon) 01:05:43 [Preview] No.17159 del
>>17154
No offense intended, but isn't your country already subjugated and deeply in debt? What I'm trying to say is there may not be much more to lose. Correct me if I'm wrong, I may be, I'm not Canadian. Do enlighten us to what kind of BS is going on now.



Despite All Anti-murrica Propaganda: 3x The Amount Europeans Move To The US, Than The Other Way Around Anonymous 06/14/2018 (Thu) 14:52:57 [Preview] No. 17122 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In last week's column comparing median income numbers from country to country, we found that, by the measure the OECD uses, median incomes in the US are the seventh highest in the world (not counting some tiny city states.) Even after including income from welfare programs, the median income of the US is about equal to that of Austria and Denmark.

These numbers include incomes from welfare programs, so it may very well be that the US's relatively pro-market institutions really do lead to higher incomes for many millions of people — even including people in the lower third of incomes. Breaking out states showed that some regions of the US compare even more favorably.

The response to the article, of course, was predictable. Advocates for converting the US even more into a European style welfare state chimed in — in social media and in the comments section — with claims that European countries have higher life expectancy, lower crime, and are just generally better places.

This is often true, although comparisons don't favor European welfare states nearly as much when we break out the US by states. Many US states compare quite well in terms of crime and life expectancy.

"On paper" comparisons, often favor the European welfare states.

When it comes to making comparisons of this nature, however, it's always important to take a look at where people actually choose to live.

This has long been a useful tool in comparing US states, of course, and there's been a long trend of people moving from high-tax states in the US to low-tax ones. When choice exists, many people vote with their feet.

And while it's much more difficult and expensive to move from, say, Belgium to the United States than from California to Texas, the choices migrants make nevertheless can provide us with useful information. These moves tell us the demonstrated preferences of the migrants.
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Anonymous 06/14/2018 (Thu) 18:43:40 [Preview] No.17125 del
Almost half the European nations no longer have free speech or free press anymore. Europe is being flooded with third world migrants (many of which are not very friendly or civilized). Very few European countries have the right to self-defense (unlike the US). National sovereignty is looked at as "muh evil Nazism". Poverty ridden. Coward leaders. Corrupt politicians.

Sure the US has some problems, and to an extent our freedoms are always under attack too, but not nearly the level or the hostility average Europeans suffer. You dare speak out in parts of Europe you'll get v& and swept away (like, dare I say it, gestapo tactics).

Europe needs to get their shit together or their finished. They'll become a third world tyranny like we see in Venezuela. Americans need to keep their guns and viciously speak out all the time, or we're doomed as well.


Anonymous 06/15/2018 (Fri) 16:08:10 [Preview] No.17139 del
>>17125
And all of that thanks to the usa, you had to virtue signal during ww2 and fight for the jews.


Anonymous 06/15/2018 (Fri) 17:09:53 [Preview] No.17140 del
>>17139
We are not to blame for every problem, many European leaders are just as shitty as our leaders. In fact, many Americans; myself included; would be more than delighted to see Europeans reclaim their national sovereignty and cut ties with our own corrupted leaders. Globalization has led to a global disaster in many aspects, for us as well as you guys over there.

I'm not blaming the citizens, I'm blaming the horrible leaders and there is a big, big difference. We all need to get our shit together and fix the bullshit going on in our own nations.


Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 23:43:21 [Preview] No.17156 del
>>17122
I think the reason is simpler. Langaugae and business opportuintirs thst come with US homogeneity. Also Europeans are anti American which puts off Americans from going there (though they love bringing in muslims), but Americans accept europeans.


Anonymous 06/17/2018 (Sun) 16:20:12 [Preview] No.17157 del
>>17156
>they love bringing in muslims

No, the citizens do not like bringing in hoards of hostile third worlders. Their corrupt, arrogant and dangerous leaders, however, do enjoy destabilizing their nations. And I think that is a great reason why we are seeing populist uprisings, riots and growing anger over there. That is why many Europeans are fleeing and moving to countries like the US. I know for a fact I would if I were in their shitty situation.



What A Great Idea, Poetic Justice! Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 17:16:31 [Preview] No. 17151 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Lets do this nation wide. Nah, fuck it. WORLDWIDE!

Yesterday VBJ (Youth party of Vlaams Belang) went to the Brussels "refugee" hotspot. They handed out contact details of notorious marxist professors, who push open-border and immigration. Those who push immigration, can start by housing and feeding them.

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=DgNgxZK0HXI

https://archive.fo/K1h91
https://twitter.com/vbjongeren/status/1007707197017591809

Those that support the illegal invasion should be the ones most effected by it. Agree?





Anonymous 06/15/2018 (Fri) 17:51:06 [Preview] No.17142 del
>>17138
>K-12 sucks

Ironic you say that because elementary, middle and high schools are where you learn the most valuable skills of all: language (spelling, grammar, pronunciation), basic history, social studies, math, science, sport/physical training/exercise, sex ed, woodwork (typically for the boys), cooking (typically for the girls), etc.

You may be able to learn some skills in college but you often pay too much money for that. Trade schools on the other hand are dirt cheap, cut out the garbage and focus directly on teaching productive skills so you can make a decent income to live off of.


Anonymous 06/15/2018 (Fri) 17:55:23 [Preview] No.17143 del
>>17142
How could I forget the most important, driver's ed? Blah, my mind must be fading lol.


Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 04:49:05 [Preview] No.17144 del
>>17142
You learn statistics at college, and uncuked biology and another science. This matters for politics. You also must take at least two classes in US history at college, and a couple humanities. Then after two years you spend two years in your major.


Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 06:17:09 [Preview] No.17145 del
>>17144
the humanities course at my college was a joke. I was excited to take it mainly because I like mythology and the like.
This was, truth be told the only class I can say for sure was completely ruined by feminism. We had three times a week, lectures in big ass lecture halls with presentations that were long and boring and had little to do with the source material. Twice a week we had discussion sections that were more normal class sizes like 20-30 students but taught my a different lady. I don't really remember anything from any of them other than how akin to fever dreams they were.
The instructor for the discussion section would sit there and daintily eat sun chips every day, while talking in this overly theatrical way. I can eat a bag of sun chips in like 15-20 seconds this bitch would take forever.
They literally tried to tell us that Gilgamesh and the few abbreviated sections of Ovid's Metamorphoses we read had feminist undertones.
Like what? Fucking Gilgamesh?

Despite it being almost entirely literature, they considered it a history class apparently? We had an exam that asked us all this shit about cunieform but like literally all we did was read shit.

>>17143
do most high schools still do driver's ed? where I'm from it was all private companies that did it.


Anonymous 06/16/2018 (Sat) 15:29:51 [Preview] No.17150 del
>>17145
>truth be told the only class I can say for sure was completely ruined by feminism

I'm not surprised by that at all. Most colleges are full of leftist loonies to the core. They jump up and down and shreek until they get their way too. In my opinion those types should be forced to comply, or get expelled. But schools don't have that kind of brass ball mentality anymore unfortunately.

>do most high schools still do driver's ed? where I'm from it was all private companies that did it.

I would think so. We had drivers ed when I was in high school (although that was many years ago).



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Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 02:02:04 [Preview] No. 17043 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Too bad we the USA doesn't have less income equality like in Japan.
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2015/03/why-inequality-is-different-in-japan/


Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 06:59:37 [Preview] No.17053 del
Japan didn't outsource their industry base like the US did.


Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 13:41:47 [Preview] No.17057 del
All nations have a certain amount of income inequality, this is nothing new in human history. Certain countries may have less, depending their economic policies and level of corruption. The US has an ENORMOUS amount of corruption and that is yet another problem. When corruption runs rampant and goes unpunished, expect income inequality, expect debt insolvency, expect the average worker to get shafted.

The US not only outsourced most domestic industries, the US Govt had the gull to abuse our reserve currency status (the US petrodollar global trade standard) to create Trillions in DEBT obligations just to maintain a global empire. This has caused massive devaluation of our currency over the years... so not only did the US kill off productive middle class jobs with outsourcing, the government also got us into ENORMOUS DEBT OBLIGATIONS in which we can never pay off.

Do the math. No shit we have income inequality! And sadly, you can throw all the taxes you want at people but your only going to bankrupt your nation and economy at an accelerated rate!


Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 15:01:23 [Preview] No.17058 del
What the US needs to realize in order to start fixing the disaster of a mess our corrupt government empire has put us into is to realize a few simple facts: 1) no country can solely rely on increasing debts to boost economic growth, and history has proven this over and over again. 2) you cannot simply rig your stock market (high-frequency insider trading and stock buybacks) to stabilize the real economy. 3) Capital growth does not come from debt insolvency, outsourcing, endless wars and corruption! Capital growth depends on domestic industries, production, balanced mutual trade and commerce of physical commodities!

If you rely on the government; a bureaucracy prone to incompetence and corruption I might add; you are only going to bankrupt your nation and create a massive police state. Most Americans have forgotten that this IS NOT free market capitalism - it is abusive fraud, waste, fiscal insolvency, arrogance and blunder (USSR-style!)


Anonymous 06/15/2018 (Fri) 02:08:26 [Preview] No.17132 del
>>17058
What I want to know is why do we have to repay those debts to those big banks anyway? They don't pay their fair share of the taxes or do much for the economy. They fucked over Greece, but the EU refused to let Greece restructure the debt and have a write off. Instead of the write off, the investors were protected from any losses while the Greeks went through austerity.

Banks should take a loss for being stupid enough to risk loaning to heavily indebted governments.


Anonymous 06/15/2018 (Fri) 06:46:05 [Preview] No.17136 del
>>17132
Governments are crooks just like the banks are, and thats the problem. Big banks heavily rely on big government spending and governmental debt insolvency to stay in business rather than relying on normal industries (which is what they SHOULD stick to financing). So if Greece were to ever default or restructure debt, guess what? The German government would take the loss because the big banks in Germany held toxic Greek bonds and they are also holding German bonds and helping fund the German government. In other words if the big banks are exposed to insolvency... then so are the big governments! Do you really think they are going to do what is best for the people? I think not! They'll cover their own asses and suck their host (in this case the public taxpayers) dry, as any insolvent pig tends to do.



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Anonymous 06/14/2018 (Thu) 20:34:00 [Preview] No. 17126 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Any of you doing this?



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Anonymous 05/25/2018 (Fri) 21:42:09 [Preview] No. 16624 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
i want friends
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Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 23:16:55 [Preview] No.17065 del
>>17064
>what the actual fuck is wrong with society?

1. Younger generations rely too much on gadgets/computers to communicate instead of hanging out (the way it normally was).

2. People live further apart today. This makes it a lot harder to get to know people around your community (unless you really have some social skills). Back in the day things were much more local, everyone knew their neighbors around the block, they knew the police officers in their community, they knew the mailmen and the milkmen and the local barber and so on and so on...

3. School has always been the primary source of relationships, as you are literally sharing your life and growing up with your peers. So if you cut that out, well you best have good social skills to meet new people.


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Anonymous 06/13/2018 (Wed) 16:41:23 [Preview] No.17078 del
cock


Anonymous 06/13/2018 (Wed) 16:52:40 [Preview] No.17079 del
>>17075
>>17074
What in the hell does Trump have anything remotely to do with this conversation? Stop swingin' from his nutsack monkey.

>>17065
This pretty much sums it up, that and the fact the digital age has led to a huge decrease in social skills. When I was young, we talked face to face with everyone, or on a family telephone line (note: one line, and you had to take turns with your peers and any long distance calls came from your weekly allowance!).



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Anonymous 06/11/2018 (Mon) 04:51:16 [Preview] No. 17045 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Dubs? or decide which game I play
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Anonymous 06/12/2018 (Tue) 09:04:28 [Preview] No.17067 del
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Anonymous 06/10/2018 (Sun) 14:51:36 [Preview] No. 17037 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
For the sake of this argument, let us denote the thumbnail of the image portrayed within this image as X and the full sized image which can be accessed by clicking on X (The thumbnail) as Y. Acknowledging that X=Y, can we safely state that although we may not be able to access Y, because of the presence of X which is equal to Y, we can nullify the claim that the "File no longer exists (404)" as X exists and is equal to Y, therefore possessing the trait of similarity which would allow it to substitute Y?

Think about it, the solution is quite simple.


Anonymous 06/10/2018 (Sun) 16:17:14 [Preview] No.17040 del
But I can open the file just fine, couldn't access it from the front page though.


Anonymous 06/10/2018 (Sun) 17:25:35 [Preview] No.17042 del
For substitution of X a programmer of a file hosting website could set up a fail-safe and re-direct any 404'd content (X) onto another mirrored server as Y? This way if one content server goes down it re-directs users to another backup server somewhere else.



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Anonymous 06/10/2018 (Sun) 14:49:44 [Preview] No. 17036 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
For the sake of this argument, let us denote the thumbnail of the image portrayed within this image as X and the full sized image which can be accessed by clicking on X (The thumbnail) as Y. Acknowledging that X=Y, can we safely state that although we may not be able to access Y, because of the presence of X which is equal to Y, we can nullify the claim that the "File no longer exists (404)" as X exists and is equal to Y, therefore possessing the trait of similarity which would allow it to substitute Y?

Think about it, the solution is quite simple.