• Jesus said: salvation is from the Jews. So not thru Muhammad or islam. True worshippers worship in spirit & truth. Muslims do not. T/F?

    The Messiah is coming! Yes, yes, oh God, yeeessss! Oh, oh yeah.
    The Messiah is coming! Yes, yes, oh God, yeeessss! Oh, oh yeah.
    5 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 hours ago
  • Should there be a special tax on liberals to force them to pay for all the things they want to force everyone else to pay for?

    I say anyone who has over a billion in cash needs to be taxed at fifty percent of the capital of that money, unless they put it into something that does something for society, not just something that makes them more money, but that creates well paying jobs for the community, charities, decent affordable real estate, that sort of thing. Incentives... show more
    I say anyone who has over a billion in cash needs to be taxed at fifty percent of the capital of that money, unless they put it into something that does something for society, not just something that makes them more money, but that creates well paying jobs for the community, charities, decent affordable real estate, that sort of thing. Incentives is, use it, for the good of the country, or lose it. The government needs to take control, particularly of the rich elite, and I need to remind you again that the rich elite make their money as a majority through the sale of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, gambling, oil, weapons, various scams and schemes, sweat shops, junk food, there really isn't that much that you could say is in the public interest, and they just waste the money for the most part on ridiculous stuff, diamond encrusted helicopters.
    11 answers · Politics · 3 hours ago
  • Do you honestly believe that China will be the next world superpower?

    China needs to improve it's diplomatic skills, but then so does the US if it wants to avoid losing many of it's long held allies.
    China needs to improve it's diplomatic skills, but then so does the US if it wants to avoid losing many of it's long held allies.
    11 answers · Politics · 3 hours ago
  • Anyone can help me?

    Well, shoplifting doesn't carry a hefty jail sentence. I've heard. You can generally eat for free, that's a start.
    Well, shoplifting doesn't carry a hefty jail sentence. I've heard. You can generally eat for free, that's a start.
    6 answers · Politics · 4 hours ago
  • No separating kids from parents. USCIS/ICE will now simply send them back to Mexico or their home nation. Why'd we wait so long? I mean, ...?

    According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, which uses as base the results of the 1921 census, between one half and two thirds of the Mexican population is Mestizo. A culture-based estimate gives the percentage of Mestizos as high as 90%-93%. Who's country did you say it was again? When was New Mexico taken from Mexico? Here we go. The... show more
    According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, which uses as base the results of the 1921 census, between one half and two thirds of the Mexican population is Mestizo. A culture-based estimate gives the percentage of Mestizos as high as 90%-93%. Who's country did you say it was again? When was New Mexico taken from Mexico? Here we go. The Mexican–American War,[a] also known in the United States as the Mexican War and in Mexico as the American intervention in Mexico,[b] was an armed conflict between the United States of America and the United Mexican States (Mexico) from 1846 to 1848. It followed in the wake of the 1845 American annexation of the independent Republic of Texas. Not to be too harsh about it, but if you're saying that all they need is more guns, and then they can take whichever land they want, and that's legal, then that's not a good standard to set, generally speaking, and I would suggest moving towards a more progressive view of the idea of the "ownership" of land. In Australia for example, the Australian Aborigines didn't think it was possible for anyone to own land, that's a preposterous idea they said. Of course the English viewed them as savages and called the whole continent "terra nullius" or the Latin for not inhabited.
    7 answers · Politics · 4 hours ago
  • Hi. I'm an ex-employee of Blockbuster video, now working as a stripper. The boss says that I can't wear my Blockbuster video uniform?

    Who rents DVDs anymore? Doesn't everyone know that the internet is free, or so much cheaper? They need to move to the internet like yesterday.
    Who rents DVDs anymore? Doesn't everyone know that the internet is free, or so much cheaper? They need to move to the internet like yesterday.
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 hours ago
  • Why does my ex girlfriend want to cuddle with me in person?

    I needed more sex when I was young, like before I was eighteen, because that was too late. Much too late.
    I needed more sex when I was young, like before I was eighteen, because that was too late. Much too late.
    10 answers · Politics · 5 hours ago
  • My ex wants to be friends. She is coming over to "cuddle and watch movies". She says she might date me in the future but she's unsure?

    Girls don't usually say what they mean. Problem with that is, you can't say what you mean, and the only way to work out what's going on is to play some sort of head game, that I never really learned properly. Try searching female psychology on google. See what you find.
    Girls don't usually say what they mean. Problem with that is, you can't say what you mean, and the only way to work out what's going on is to play some sort of head game, that I never really learned properly. Try searching female psychology on google. See what you find.
    11 answers · Politics · 5 hours ago
  • Why do liberals love Obama so much when he sided with Wall Street?

    Wall street owns both sides of politics, so much so there isn't really two sides at all. Citibank released a report early in the century telling it's high value clients how the world was a plutonomy run by the UK, the US and Canada, due to their stranglehold on the money. The only people arguing this are ignorant fools. It's actually... show more
    Wall street owns both sides of politics, so much so there isn't really two sides at all. Citibank released a report early in the century telling it's high value clients how the world was a plutonomy run by the UK, the US and Canada, due to their stranglehold on the money. The only people arguing this are ignorant fools. It's actually always been that way, that money ruled, they tried communism to overthrow the csars and royal families who ran things, but that had corruption of it's own. Only through a truly democratic socialist system with many laws in place to prevent corruption can you get anything approaching democracy, and they're still working on that in the best and happiest, more advanced progressive countries in the world, which isn't the USA, that's for sure.
    10 answers · Politics · 5 hours ago
  • Do I sound liberal, moderate, or conservative based on these views?

    The left side in the US is further right of the right side here. However, for some strange reason, abortion is still illegal in my state. It's kind of just backwards in some ways, that's why they call us two headed Tasmanians, at least some people do, on the mainland.
    The left side in the US is further right of the right side here. However, for some strange reason, abortion is still illegal in my state. It's kind of just backwards in some ways, that's why they call us two headed Tasmanians, at least some people do, on the mainland.
    17 answers · Politics · 5 hours ago
  • Has Putin succeeded in making Trump’s America into the worlds pariah nation?

    Somebody said this was nonsense yesterday when I posted it, but while Trump goes on about how well he's doing, the people who decide what they think the likelihood of the end of the world is, say it's never been worse, ever. The Doomsday Clock pictured at its most recent setting of "two minutes to midnight" The Doomsday Clock is... show more
    Somebody said this was nonsense yesterday when I posted it, but while Trump goes on about how well he's doing, the people who decide what they think the likelihood of the end of the world is, say it's never been worse, ever. The Doomsday Clock pictured at its most recent setting of "two minutes to midnight" The Doomsday Clock is a symbol which represents the likelihood of a man-made global catastrophe. Maintained since 1947 by the members of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' Science and Security Board,[1] the clock represents an analogy for the threat of global nuclear war. Since 2007, it has also reflected climate change[2] and new developments in the life sciences and technology that could inflict irrevocable harm to humanity.[3] The clock represents the hypothetical global catastrophe as "midnight" and The Bulletin's opinion on how close the world is to a global catastrophe as a number of "minutes" to midnight. Its original setting in 1947 was seven minutes to midnight. It has been set backward and forward 23 times since then, the smallest-ever number of minutes to midnight being two (in 1953 and 2018) and the largest seventeen (in 1991). As of January 2018, the clock is set at two minutes to midnight, due to "the looming threats of nuclear war and climate change", and due to the United States reducing its common-ground leadership role.[4][5][6]
    8 answers · Politics · 7 hours ago
  • Why do many people say that the aggressive liberals and post-modernism are destroying the West?

    I’m So Post Modern by The Bedroom Philosopher I’m so postmodern that I just don’t talk anymore, I wear different coloured t-shirts according to my mood. I’m so postmodern that I work from home as a surf life saving consumer hotline. I’m so postmodern all my clothes are made out of sleeping bags, I don’t need pockets, I’m a pocket myself. I’m so... show more
    I’m So Post Modern by The Bedroom Philosopher I’m so postmodern that I just don’t talk anymore, I wear different coloured t-shirts according to my mood. I’m so postmodern that I work from home as a surf life saving consumer hotline. I’m so postmodern all my clothes are made out of sleeping bags, I don’t need pockets, I’m a pocket myself. I’m so postmodern I go to parties I’m not invited to and locate the vegemite and write my name on everyone. I’m so postmodern that I write reviews for funerals, and heckle at weddings from inside a suitcase. I’m so postmodern I’m going to adopt a child, and teach him how to knit, and call him Adolf Diggler. I’m so postmodern that I break dance in waiting rooms, play Yahtzee in nightclubs, at three in the afternoon. I’m so postmodern I only go on dates that last thirteen minutes, via walky talky, while hiding under the bed. I’m so postmodern I invite strangers to my house, and put on a slide show of other people’s Nans. I’m so postmodern I went home and typed up everything you said and printed it out in wingdings and gave it back to you. I’m so postmodern I held an art exhibition – a Chuppa Chup stuck to a swimming cap, and no one was invited. I’m so postmodern I make alphabet soup, and dye it purple, and pour it on the lawn. I’m so postmodern I request Hey Mona on karaoke, then sing my life story to the tune of My Sharona. I’m so postmodern I only think in palindromic haikus – “Madam, I, Glenelg, I’m Adam!” I’m so postmodern that I sit down to wee, and stand up to poo, at job interviews. I’m so postmodern that I dress up as Santa, in the middle of August, and haunt golf courses. I’m so postmodern that I cut off all my hair, and knitted it into a beanie, and threw it off a bridge. I’m so postmodern that I stole everyone’s mail, and cut them up into a ransom note and hid it in a thermos. I’m so postmodern I take my lego to the supermarket and build my own shopping trolley, and only buy one nut. I’m so postmodern I wrote a letter to the council – .I think it was ‘M.’ I’m so postmodern I bought a round the world plane ticket, and stuffed my clothes with eggplant and pretended it was me. I’m so postmodern I’ve got a tattoo of my pin number in hieroglyphics on my neighbour’s guide dog. I’m so postmodern I fought my way into parliament and made a law banning Nuttelex, and then moved to Spain. I’m so postmodern that I iron all my lettuce leaves, put my shirts in the crisper – they’re real crisp. I’m so postmodern I give live mice to buskers, dirty tea towels to the Mormons, and pavlova to crabs. I’m so postmodern that I live in a tent, on a platform of skateboards that’s tied to a tram. I’m so postmodern I write four thousand-word essays on the cultural significance of party pies. I’m so postmodern I recite Shakespeare at KFC drive thru, through a megaphone, in sign language. I’m so postmodern I’m going to watch the Olympics on a black & white TV, with the sound down. I’m so postmodern I go to the gym after hours, push up against the door, then cry myself to sleep. I’m so postmodern I wrote a trilogy of novels from the perspective of a possum that Jesus patted once. I’m so postmodern that I marry all my friends, soak myself in metho, and tell them that they’ve changed. I’m so postmodern I bought every book written in 1963 as a reading challenge, and clogged up a waterslide. I’m so postmodern I think I might be a god in my undies rolling in sugar, in the carpark of a rodeo. I’m so postmodern I prerecorded this song, and laced a message subliminally telling Shane Porteous to buy a smock.
    15 answers · Politics · 7 hours ago
  • Should we decriminalize all the drugs and release all black men held in prison for drug crime?

    Yes, they should be released, but in order to do that, you first need to make a society where such people can live, which means fixing the problems. They need a place to live, they need food to eat, they need something to do, like a job, and the drug issues need to be sorted out. I would say legalize it and run it like the legal weed program,... show more
    Yes, they should be released, but in order to do that, you first need to make a society where such people can live, which means fixing the problems. They need a place to live, they need food to eat, they need something to do, like a job, and the drug issues need to be sorted out. I would say legalize it and run it like the legal weed program, because as I keep pointing out, the CIA run it, they just lie about it, and what the hell is the point of all these lies? Giving people the illusion that they're the good guys, when they're actually at the top of the drug pyramid? You won't get rid of drugs, the best thing you could do is legalize it, and give them a job selling drugs on a street corner, for the state, because that's who runs the drugs anyway. The CIA.
    12 answers · Politics · 8 hours ago
  • War on drugs: Even If it saved just one child, would a military invasion of Canada be worth it?

    The war has been for drugs, and drug profits, the whole damn time. They're liars, like they couldn't be more fraudulent and deceptive. Maybe the kids don't need to know the truth, but the kids hear the truth on the radio, in the lyrics of Brittany Spears. Speaking to 1,000 people at the annual Labor Day conference of the Schiller... show more
    The war has been for drugs, and drug profits, the whole damn time. They're liars, like they couldn't be more fraudulent and deceptive. Maybe the kids don't need to know the truth, but the kids hear the truth on the radio, in the lyrics of Brittany Spears. Speaking to 1,000 people at the annual Labor Day conference of the Schiller Institute, in Reston, Virginia on Aug. 31, Lyndon LaRouche asked: "How many thousands of federal prisoners are doing former Vice President George Bush's prison-time?" LaRouche told the audience that he intends to make the Bush crack cocaine issue a centerpiece of the 1996 Presidential race between President Bill Clinton and his Republican challenger, Bob Dole. "Would a President Bob Dole, or a President Bill Clinton crack down on the greatest U.S. drug-trafficking kingpin of the 1980s?" LaRouche asked. The answer may be forthcoming far quicker than either Dole or Bush would care to think. Already, as the result of wide public exposure of the San Jose Mercury charges, U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) have called for a full federal investigation of the Contra-crack connections. Senator Boxer, on Aug. 28, wrote to CIA head John Deutch, asking him to investigate the Mercury allegations, which emphasized the role of the CIA, in directing the FDN. On Sept. 4, Deutch wrote Boxer, that he had ordered the Agency's Inspector General to conduct an internal review of the allegations, and report back to him within 60 days--i.e., before the Nov. 5 national elections. The Webb stories, while revealing devastating new documentation about the filthy underbelly of the 1980s covert wars in Central America, failed to complete the picture by tracing the command of the Central America program all the way to the top--to the Office of the Vice President. What you are about to read redresses that flaw, in an otherwise critical new contribution to the mounting body of evidence that it was George Bush who presided over the most devastating drug epidemic to beset any nation since the British Opium Wars against China during the last century.
    13 answers · Politics · 8 hours ago
  • Why are conservative states welfare prison states?

    Based on a review of court records, recently declassified federal government documents, and eyewitness reports, Mercury reporter Gary Webb provided a detailed account of how the Nicaraguan Democratic Forces (FDN, the Contras) financed their 1980s war against the Sandinista regime in Managua, through a cocaine pipeline that went from Colombia, to the... show more
    Based on a review of court records, recently declassified federal government documents, and eyewitness reports, Mercury reporter Gary Webb provided a detailed account of how the Nicaraguan Democratic Forces (FDN, the Contras) financed their 1980s war against the Sandinista regime in Managua, through a cocaine pipeline that went from Colombia, to the San Francisco Bay area, to the streets of Los Angeles, placing crack cocaine and guns into the hands of the Crips and the Bloods urban gangs. All the time that this crack epidemic was being unleashed by the Contras, Vice President Bush was the man in charge of the Reagan administration's Central America program, overseeing all of the activities of the CIA, the Pentagon, and every other government intelligence agency. Some of Bush's most immediate subordinates, including his National Security Adviser Donald Gregg, National Security Council staffer Lt. Col. Oliver North, and "ex"-CIA officer Felix Rodriguez, were major players in the day-to-day cocaine-Contra operations. Speaking to 1,000 people at the annual Labor Day conference of the Schiller Institute, in Reston, Virginia on Aug. 31, Lyndon LaRouche asked: "How many thousands of federal prisoners are doing former Vice President George Bush's prison-time?" All I have to say is, the rich elite are two faced, lying, thieving, fraudulent scumbags profiting from human misery, while using religion to brainwash the inbred retards who vote for them.
    11 answers · Politics · 8 hours ago
  • Should minimum wage be $200/hour see we can all be well off?

    20 an hr is what I would expect to work for, cleaning toilets. In fact, that is close to what it is, in Australia, given the minimum wage is 18.50. It's been that way a while, a few years ago, the Australian dollar was worth more than the US dollar. You're not impressing anyone with this stuff, except rich pricks who never seen poverty in... show more
    20 an hr is what I would expect to work for, cleaning toilets. In fact, that is close to what it is, in Australia, given the minimum wage is 18.50. It's been that way a while, a few years ago, the Australian dollar was worth more than the US dollar. You're not impressing anyone with this stuff, except rich pricks who never seen poverty in their lives.
    11 answers · Politics · 8 hours ago
  • Shouldn't we all agree that Warren is a "person of color" like Harvard said to unify this country?

    Oh man, this is what you call something worthy to talk about? I can't even understand what the hell this has to do with anything, anyone who focuses on race is a racist, and the more you talk about it, the more it proves you are racists. Is she looking bad in any way whatsoever? No.
    Oh man, this is what you call something worthy to talk about? I can't even understand what the hell this has to do with anything, anyone who focuses on race is a racist, and the more you talk about it, the more it proves you are racists. Is she looking bad in any way whatsoever? No.
    11 answers · Politics · 8 hours ago
  • What grinds your proverbial gears?

    Lies, ridiculous, obvious lies, and the fools who refuse to see them, unfathomably willfully ignorant consenting brainwash victims.
    Lies, ridiculous, obvious lies, and the fools who refuse to see them, unfathomably willfully ignorant consenting brainwash victims.
    5 answers · Polls & Surveys · 8 hours ago
  • My state is gonna legalize weed despite what Republican christians have to say?

    Chillin with the realness bro, yeah, that's what the talking snake said.
    Chillin with the realness bro, yeah, that's what the talking snake said.
    8 answers · Politics · 8 hours ago
  • If the left thinks that "Its not a woman's fault what she wears if she gets raped" how come they believe if you draw the Islamic prophet...?

    I mean, are you trying to make yourself and your kind look as moronic as possible, because that's what you're doing. I don't like religion, I think that rape is rape especially if it's in a dark alley somewhere, with someone they never met or talked to, although I would say that it is kind of stupid to walk down a dark alley in a big... show more
    I mean, are you trying to make yourself and your kind look as moronic as possible, because that's what you're doing. I don't like religion, I think that rape is rape especially if it's in a dark alley somewhere, with someone they never met or talked to, although I would say that it is kind of stupid to walk down a dark alley in a big city, drunk, in a mini skirt.
    10 answers · Politics · 9 hours ago