both have the same stupid groupthink that 90% of the posters follow.
both have the "it" brands that you have to have to be considered cool and stylish.
i dont fit in either place, and thats why i like them.
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Why does everybody think U.S.A. is supposed to be the police force of the world and helped out every nation in need?
Why do black people justify their racism towards white people with the fact that they were slaves hundreds of years ago?
Why does everybody suck the U.S.A's huge cock and always bitch and complain about us?, It just shows were the greatest country.
I'm a jingoist and I love America with my life. SupremeJesus where you from?
And, I hate illegal immigrants and the gays.
-Foreign policy is largely misunderstood and underreported
-Jordan brand committed suicide shortly after 'dub zeros' were produced.
-majority of street wear is garbage
-the public school system is horrible
even religion dictates who rules the worlds most powerful coutry.
- i dont like the fact that germany is the only one that gets grief for opressing the jews during hitlers tyranny.
That would be terrible. We would have companies like Marlboro and fucking camel trying to market weed with different flavors and chemicals and shit.
Prison inmates shouldn't be given food
Hugo Chavez is just what the world needs.
Saddam should not have been executed. Osama should. Past US presidents should.
Vans are overrated, I still dont know why you guys go crazy in the wdywt thread when someone wears them with a white tee, skinny jeans and a hat.
California should be its own country.
Water should not be sold in stores for profit.
And last, where is my culture? Do I have to buy it like the japanese do now a days?
Also, why is that when illegal immigrants are mentioned, everyone automatically thinks MEXICANS, or hispanics etc..
What about the countless Koreans, Chinese, Thai, Russian, Armenian, Eastern European, and Africans? Does everyone really hate brown people that much?
-Israel is NOT a country. the balfour declaration was illegal and they ignored the white paper mandate.
- The Berlin wall was torn down why not the wall in Palestine?
-WHAT THE FUCK IS THE POINT OF THE U.N? No one follows it and their bullshit.
FUCK it the world is selfish and the scary thing is we are all going to realise where we've gone wrong to little to late.
besides the Israel assertion, most ppl on a global scale would agree with ur last 2 points so i don't think they're unpopular opinions. Also, Israel is a state (you literally can't argue with that, it's a matter of definition). Although it is true that hte circumstances of Israel's creation as a state are w/o a doubt contentious. Israel and Palestine are both in the wrong and both need 2 realize that
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~~~~, I do not approve of chavez's tactics and name calling of world leaders (however justified they might be). I also do not agree with his actions towards opposing media, but if you have seen "the revolution will not be televised" You'd probably want to have those idiots shut down also. Worse than fox news and run by venezuelas wealthiest. That being said, latin america needs change, and he is really the only one bringing that about, maybe now the US will keep their noses out of where they dont need to be. I only fear he wont live long enough (see; coup and assination) to really make venezuela and latin america a better place.
Originally posted by Inactive UserCARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 1 - Walk into an emergency room in many poor parts of this booming, oil-rich nation on a weekend night and you will be overwhelmed - victims of gunshot wounds and drunken clashes line the corridors. Homicides are up 67 percent since 1999, and violent crime is the top concern of Venezuela's voters as they head to the polls on Sunday.
Since when has denying basic rights,denying religion,associating with terrorists, letting squatters steal land, consolidating the economy,chasing away oil workers and the middle class, murdering journalists,aiding terrorists,etc,etc been a good thing?
When Latin America "changes", should crime also skyrocket?
All that's happening is Venezuela has been using its windfall from historically high oil prices, and sometimes its own reserves and exports of oil, to lift its regional profile.
For a country with the largest oil reserves outside of the Middle East to have 75% of the population in dire poverty is really a shame.
So your telling me its Chavez's fault 75% of his country men are in poverty?
I really hope he does something about it
Also I had no idea he was aiding terrorists. Man if this continues i'll be dead in a couple years, damn those terrorists killers..
But seriously, do you have any Idea whats its like to live in latin america?
You cant blame the crime rate or homocides on his policies, in that case you can blame that on the right wing goverments of el salvador, guatemala, peru etc...
Chavez is messing with the wrong people is his country, The Ruling elite (crooks and castle haha) these people are billionaires, had almost complete control of the nations oil industry in one way or another, and now they are mad because their buffet is over. This is also exactly whats happening in Mexico, with the second richest man in the world and a horribly high poverty rate.
Originally posted by Inactive UserColonel Jesus Urdaneta, a former friend and military colleague of Chavez, said he had received orders from Chavez to help the Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), Latin America's oldest
and largest insurgency.
"He always backed the guerrillas and said they were not enemies of Venezuela. But for us patriots who opposed him, his views were treachery to his own country," Urdaneta told Colombia's Radio Caracol network.
He said he possessed documentary proof showing the government offering money, fuel, and others forms of support to the rebels. On one occasion Chavez offered 300,000 dollars to the rebels but Urdaneta said he managed to stop the transfer.
Originally posted by Inactive UserThree months after diplomatic tension over the Serna incident died down, the Chavez-FARC connection surfaced again when Venezuela's intelligence chief, Jesus Urdaneta, publicly denounced Chavez for supporting FARC. A lifelong friend and military colleague of President Chavez, Urdaneta publicized documents showing that the Chavez government offered fuel, money, and other support to the terrorists. The documents included signed letters from a Chavez aide detailing an agreement to provide support for FARC. That aide later became Chavez's minister of justice, a position which gave him oversight of the entire Venezuelan security apparatus.
Less than a week after Urdaneta went public, a group of female journalists released a video showing meetings between Venezuelan military leaders and FARC guerilla commanders. The next day, hundreds of miles away, the Colombian Air Force captured a Venezuelan plane loaded with ammunition. Colombian intelligence established that the supplies were meant for the
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