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elleand202 13 points ago +14 / -1

If you look at his posts you can see where he celebrated the deaths of the three soldiers in Jordan. He was going to get people killed if he hadn't taken himself out first. He was a danger to everyone around him.

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elleand202 3 points ago +3 / -0

The Houthis are your problem since you live in Europe. Almost all of the trade between Europe and Asia had been going through the Red Sea but now has to go along the much longer route around Africa. The cost of goods is already going up and commodities like Diesel fuel is already being impacted because a lot of Diesel consumed in Europe arrived via the Red Sea.

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elleand202 6 points ago +6 / -0

Poor people on the bottom rungs of society do live comfortably! Be happy that as someone who lives in the west you have potable water coming from your taps, electricity that is available more than 99% of the time, that if you live in an apartment you are entitled to a working refrigerator, a roof that doesn't leak, a unit free of bugs, and working smoke detectors. Even poor people here can afford TVs and cars and air conditioning. Go to somewhere like Mexico or the Philippines and see how poor people live there.

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elleand202 17 points ago +17 / -0

I think the illusion mostly comes from the media and advertising. It’s the same reason why people answer when polled that they believe that the US is 25% black and 50% gay.

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elleand202 -14 points ago +1 / -15

That’s why I say accelerate and toss Christianity into the dumpster and mass convert the west to Islam. Either that or a global nuclear war.

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elleand202 4 points ago +4 / -0

Grandma and pedo father of the boy are jewish. The deranged shooter is a presumably catholic salvi.

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elleand202 4 points ago +4 / -0

Wall Street bankers see customers as nothing more than pay pigs. So they want that recurring revenue stream more than anything.

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elleand202 4 points ago +4 / -0

Newsome, Big Mike, and maybe the Michigan and NY governors.

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elleand202 5 points ago +5 / -0

Allegedly they’re going to try to ban him from the EU.

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elleand202 3 points ago +3 / -0

No Dong Jones is a former google engineer who still has a lot of connections with silicon valley ISPs and other internet infrastructure companies. It's all an incestuous tranny social network.

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elleand202 6 points ago +6 / -0

if Muslims start declaring caliphates and trying to form their own mini-countries within their ethnic enclaves that's exactly what the response will be.

See I don't think so. Just look at how Europe has responded to Muslims so far. They rape local women, set fire to churches, lob grenades at each other, and drive trucks of peace around, and nothing happens in response. Here in the U.S., after the city of Hamtrack, Michigan was taken over by muslims, the local white liberals just moaned and gnashed their teeth when the muslims banned LGBT nonsense on city property but nothing else happened in response.

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elleand202 3 points ago +3 / -0

I’ve met Schwarzenegger a couple of times and he’s definitely not as big as you’d expect him to be from the movies.

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elleand202 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Persians unironically think that gender reassignment surgery is a cure for homosexuality.

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elleand202 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'd be ok with replacing Biden with Tay.

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elleand202 3 points ago +3 / -0

Free political discourse is necessary, a class of paid professional grifters commentators isn't. As far as morality goes, I think it's fair to say that Jack Posobiec and Jenna Jameson are on the same level.

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elleand202 2 points ago +2 / -0

Freudian slip or a pun going over my head?

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elleand202 4 points ago +4 / -0

Communism is downstream of liberalism. Carl Benjamin describes this better than I can so I'll just link the video here. (It's in the first few minutes of the stream.)

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elleand202 5 points ago +5 / -0

There's a reason we say for a lot of 'conservative' political parties in the west that they are 'leftists that obey the speed limit'...

That's because for most conservatives, including those over on The Donald, their political philosophy is nothing more than conserving the status quo. And as the Overton Window shifts leftward, these status quo conservatives adopt the new status quo as their own.

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elleand202 4 points ago +4 / -0

Besides the U.S., I think the countries capable of expeditionary military operations would include the UK, France, Russia, and China. Seeing the British in action in the Falklands showed that they're barely capable of expeditionary operations on their own but they did nevertheless manage it. France has deployed troops in fairly small number to Africa and does have naval vessels like the Mistral class that are helpful. Russia similarly has ships capable of moving a relatively small force around the world and did demonstrate that capability in Syria. (Although they're probably tied up right now with Ukraine.) China has also sent small numbers of troops to Africa, and at least in theory has the naval capability of moving a smallish force around the world. China has never demonstrated that capability in a large scale operationally however.

I do agree with you that even a remnant of the U.S. Navy could probably effectively screen any of the above countries from actively aiding a secessionist bloc.

In terms of motivation, I'm almost certain that the UK and France would side with Union forces. Russia would probably love to help secessionists but they're probably unable to right now. That leaves China. I think that they would probably want to help because they know that it'd mean the end of their biggest geopolitical foe. But I don't know if they're capable of it, at least not yet.

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