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Miloslaw 8 | 874    
2 Nov 2018  #871
Hitler and the socialist dream
He declared that 'national socialism was based on Marx' Socialists have always disowned him. But a new book insists that he was, at heart, a left-winger.

independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/hitler-and-the-socialist-dream-1186455.html
johnny reb 16 | 3,462    
2 Nov 2018  #872
The entire Mideast situation is going to change by year end when sanctions go back into effect.
Iran will run out of money to continue their expansion.
What is astonishing is Merkel and the EU prefer to try to get around the US sanctions and trade with Iran instead of cooperating with us and destroying the regime.

And the press thinks Trump acts badly with the EU ????
The EU doesn't pay for their own defense and they favor Iran.
What do you expect !
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,925    
2 Nov 2018  #873
Socialism: "Public property includes factories, and means of production owned by the State but with worker control."

Ideally yes, in practicality no. Just as in nazi germany large factories were state owned as in china, cuba venezuela and even north korea the largest corporations are state owned, there is still private enterprise to varying degrees. The state does not own small businesses in chins despite being officially communist. Private enterprises like barber shops, restaurants, handy men services etc are permitted in venezuela and cuba. Thats why you have engineers cutting hair or driving taxis bc it pays more than working at a state job. Even in nk the regime now allows small bazaars, street food stalls, and even condos can be purchased in cash. The most luxurious condos run about 40k usd.

Merkel and the EU prefer to try to get around the US sanctions and trade with Iran instead of cooperating with us and destroying the regime.

Bc they have no reason to atm. Unlike israel, iran never killed us soldiers or bombed us assets. Us only doesn't like iran bc Israel tells them not to. Tail wagging the dog. The eu leaders can see past that since theyre not nearly as controlled by zionists as the usa. Europe generally doesnt want to get involved in the syria quagmire. And if Iran is selling them cheaper oil theyll keep buying it till the cons outweigh thr pros.
Slavictor 9 | 223    
4 Nov 2018  #874
Always keep in mind who caused all this.

"This Wahhabi lives in Blois, France roaming the streets on a donkey because he thinks riding a car is not Halal (an infidel invention). First time I see an ass riding a donkey."


  • Watch me Parallel Park
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
4 Nov 2018  #875
He must feel totally strange living in a western county...pityful bloke...
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
4 Nov 2018  #876
No. It's the French who feel that way.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
4 Nov 2018  #877
Heh:) I of course had to google that....even other muslims call this bloke an "idiot"!

facebook.com/umaralqadri/photos/this-french-muslim-brother-believes-in-the-thawab-reward-of-riding-the-donkey-be/898281823638155/

That is so crazy...he wears modern sneakers though...but as far as I know M. didn't wear sneakers back then either...
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
4 Nov 2018  #879
You know....this guy...Mohammed...or Muhammad...or whatsthiscalled..
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
4 Nov 2018  #880
I knew it. I was just curious if you used the initial for a reason other than brevity.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,925    
5 Nov 2018  #881
He may live in a country without freedom of speech where posting things about muslims or muhammed gets you fined and/or arrested.

Like my fellow poles say 'to co z francji zrobili to glowa boli' that country is farther along in its cultural enrichment than anywhere else in europe. Theres a ban against praying in the streets and broadcasting prayers but theres no way to enforce bc theres so many of them. Arabic is already more commonly spoken in many parts of France than french. Only the countryside is still french.

You compare how paris looked even just 15 years ago to today and its like you're in the algiers or tunis.
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
5 Nov 2018  #882
I got it!
The advice police here give women here how to avoid rape is to make yourself unattractive by defecating. The French are f****** up France to prevent another attack on France. Today, even Hitler wouldn't touch them.

I am sooo brilliant.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
5 Nov 2018  #883
...I'm gonna miss that Germany thread....
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
5 Nov 2018  #884
No, you will not. Too many a-holes still in the state of war with Germany. Even your patience has its limits.

I take all the bad things I ever said about the French. I actually like them now for what their pres said:

The French President said China and Russia were becoming increasingly powerful, and that the U.S.under President Donald Trump could not be relied upon for defence.

Love you, man.

...I'm gonna miss that Germany thread....

You should start another one. Like: Inherited or Acquired? Why Germans are smarter...
I am not trying to be sarcastic or funny. I mean it. You took enough crap here to indulge a bit.
Slavictor 9 | 223    
10 Nov 2018  #885
A method to save Britain from toxic parasitic revolutionism? - Beautify it.

capx.co/to-make-britain-richer-make-britain-beautiful

The author of that article doesn't address that a beautification modality can not hope to be the universal societal cure-all in a non-homogeneous environment.

Is Habib the Donkeyjock concerned about beauty.
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
17 Nov 2018  #886
"Eighty-five people have been arrested as thousands of demonstrators occupied five bridges in central London to voice their concern over the looming climate crisis."
Let me guess: not a single one of those idiots could answer this simple question: how much did people contribute to the crisis, and how much are you personally willing to spend to prevent that looming crises while China and India can stink the earth up all they want?

Those are actually two questions. My bad.
cms neuf - | 592    
17 Nov 2018  #887
Dont know about the first question but the second one is easy enough - they are prepared to spend money travelling to London and give up a Saturday for something they believe in.

For you however Saturday is a valuable bit of overtime to engage in nihilistic abuse before your lonely tram ride home
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
17 Nov 2018  #888
they are prepared to spend money travelling to London and give up a Saturday for something they believe in.

I learned something new and simple: just travel to London, make others miserable by blocking traffic on a couple of bridges and the looming climate crises is averted. Holy crap!

No wonder, Trump walked out in Paris. All that the attendees had to do is block bridges in Paris and we are done.
Thanks, cms.
cms neuf - | 592    
17 Nov 2018  #889
Totally incoherent. Does your supervisor know the shoddy quality of your work?
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
17 Nov 2018  #890
Totally incoherent.

Incoherent? That from a guy with the reading comprehension issues so severe that he, in response to this simple question:

...how much are you personally willing to spend to prevent that looming crises while China and India can stink the earth up all they want?

writes this gem:

...they are prepared to spend money travelling to London...

Can you connect the Q and the A? I am really curious how your mind works.
BTW, you forgot to say that they can also buy beer as their solution of the climate crisis, to make you response even dumber than it is.
Miloslaw 8 | 874    
17 Nov 2018  #891
The demonstrators were a waste of space and lack of brain morons.
They caused chaos,some possible deaths and reduced sympathy for their cause.
I call that a failure.
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
17 Nov 2018  #892
The demonstrators were a waste of space and lack of brain morons.

But it felt good and "we did something". The awareness crap.
Joker - | 801    
18 Nov 2018  #893
No wonder, Trump walked out in Paris

The lack of respect coming from European countries like France, really makes Americans wondering why we waste our money defending them and paying for the majority of NATO?

They want to form another European Army? After these barbarians started WWI and WWII, now they think they are ready to go it alone..lol

They cant get along with each other for more than 20 years, nor less be trusted having an Army.

Poland and the UK should say FU to the EU before its too late, again!
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
18 Nov 2018  #894
The lack of respect coming from European countries like France, really makes Americans wondering why we waste our money

It's not "the Americans" Europeans disrespect...it's Trump and his merry band only, believe me!

Most of Europe loved and adored the Obama-US and most hope also Trump will be gone soon...

So, don't take it personally! :)
Joker - | 801    
18 Nov 2018  #895
Most of Europe loved and adored the Obama-US and most hope also Trump will be gone soon...

Obama was the worst President is US history, believe me. I live here.

So, don't take it personally! :)

I dont!:)

However, be prepared for another 6 years of Trump and MAGA

Whats the matter, a German doesnt respect superiority? lol
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
18 Nov 2018  #897
Obama was the worst President is US history, believe me. I live here.

And that's why they loved him in Europe. Their second most admired US president was most likely Carter.
Tacitus 1 | 766    
18 Nov 2018  #898
Obama was a mediocre president to be sure. The irony is that he was head and shoulders above his predecessor and successor, and thus will be remembered more favourably than he deserved down the line.
Ironside 47 | 9,261    
18 Nov 2018  #899
Well, Trump is a way better for Poland. You like Obama because he was giving Germany a lot of freedom. That wasn't good for Poland.
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,237    
18 Nov 2018  #900
Obama was a mediocre president to be sure.

That sentence says it all. Not by what's in it, but what's not. It should have been:

Obama was a mediocre US president to be sure. The irony is that he was head and shoulders above his predecessor and successor, and thus will be remembered more favorably by the US enemies and competitors than he deserved down the line.



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