Fojos

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Fojos wrote:
This is already a thing in favelas in Brazil. And they're pretty much  just known as sluts to   be used there.     

https://ibahia-cdn2.cworks.cloud/fileadmin/user_upload/ibahia/2017/dezembro/18/anittaaaaa.png

Masking tape.
Fojos wrote:
holygod I don't usually agree with you but here I definitely do.

This moral regressivnes whenever a sensitive subject is discussed is ridiculous, but frankly it's just another case of people dismissing science and reason, as always.   
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robthelurker Psychopats smile when they kill as well, so what?

Still disgusting a video like this has more than twenty million views when videos that are important for everyone have a few thousand. 

Adult men are more interested in looking at half-naked teens "dancing" than doing something relevant. And the future idiot teens look up to this shit, then they blame the so called patriarchy for having lower income (maybe try making something productive).     
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robthelurker I can't accept the glorification of these things, it will affect me because it affects all of society. A society where leaders take advice from people like Kardashian whose biggest accomplishment is having sex with a black guy on tape.
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squrlz4ever Maybe, but in most cases it's accurate. It's a symptom of a society that promotes influencers and people who shake their ass over engineers, doctors and scientists. 
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squrlz4ever I have a beautiful and intelligent wife. Why would I gape at losers who are ugly and who will never amount to anything?  

This ghettofication is pretty vile, and explains why idiots are promoted daily.
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Ugly people and ugly dance. Like a melbourne shuffle (already ugly) but for drunks who can't dance.
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markust There are a lot of no-go zones primarily filled with muslims from arab countries and the horn of Africa in my country.

You call it fake in Australia, but there are obvious reasons to ignore your supposed knowledge in the subject when you have said there aren't zones like this in Sweden and Germany.   
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squrlz4ever I've been in Dubai/Abu, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. In Dubai you find big camps outside the main center where they also take the passports and essentially force them to work all the time. This is known by everyone and they just try to hide it from the international sphere.

Usually indians/pakistanis/bangladeshi as taxi drivers or in construction. Filipinos were usually stuck in the hotels (even the large ones), and you always saw the same person in the morning, mid-day and late at night.

Of course it's not everyone, and there are people against this, but I would probably equate these ones to the small minority of activists we have here.
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This kind of thinking about slavery  is basically the politically correct in the rich muslim nations. 
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As always what's completely ignored is his past of ISIS love.

"According to anonymous law enforcement sources, files examined on Hussain's computer indicated concern that he supported an apparent pro-ISIL website prior to the attack. He had been interviewed in the past by law enforcement regarding his online activity. The TPS, OPP and RCMP were interested in him prior to the incident. TPS said the attack was planned and he was "well known" to them from previous violent crime investigations. Sources say he had previously resided in Afghanistan and Pakistan.[9] However, potential links to terrorism were denied by the Ministry of Public Safety. [10]"
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listypoos Well, your kind generally support an ancient relic called the royal family and limiting of free speech. So who cares what your inbred majority believes?

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DrCribbens Right, except you're forgetting the US was part of the British empire. The US has nothing on the old brits. Ask people in poor countries instead of assuming in your privilege. You're the worst empire the world has ever been unfortunate enough to meet.
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Gerry1of1 Mandela wasn't a great man. He was a demagogue just like the rest of the nutcases. The glorification of him is disgusting. 


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Draculya I'm not American. If anything the UK seem to glorify my government even if it's absolute shit.
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Gerry1of1 Likes to play? Are you people that dumb? They pay far more than anyone else. And cunts like the UK ride on their money.
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Essen The question of Erdogan is very relevant to Europe. He's essentially the one who decides how many "refugees" we get.
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layla_wilson Well, many areas of the US are essentially on the same standard as developing nations. But so are parts of London and the UK.

P.s. I'm not American. And I actually liked Edinburgh. London and England? Not so much.
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Gerry1of1 So why is the US paying more than twice more than everyone else per gdp? Did you look at the graph?
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Draculya In that case the british public is pretty dumb (not exactly a surprise considering how they act in any public event).

Considering how disgustingly dirty (I didn't see any sidewalk that wasn't completely full of shit) the suburbs of London were I'm really not surpised at all.
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Gerry1of1 Right. 1.2 USD billion when they already gave more than 660 billion USD. The US is funding 70% of NATO. Where are countries like Germany and France? Oh yeah, riding on the protection from the US.

https://blogs-images.forbes.com/niallmccarthy/files/2018/07/20180710_NATO_Expenditure-3.jpg

"Everyone pays dues" No. The only country really paying dues in this case is the US. Only four other countries reach the 2.0% mark. So why would the US owe money while spending twice of that?
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daegog Hardly excusing. I prefer an obvious liar than someone who acts like a snake (Obama and Reagan are perfect examples).
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layla_wilson Maybe you're not especially educated. We'll have fun with Russia. Do you even realize the only thing that stops them right now? European nations will have to increase their funding on their own armies by more than ten times. Hey, have fun dealing with the brexit/NHS/refugees and a lack of defence all at the same time.
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LordJim Like any leader in modern- and ancient history. 
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Maybe the US should stop giving countries in EU a free ride in NATO.