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Democrats Pick Perez, Set To Lose On Purpose All Over Again by Hannah Gizzlelock - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 12:40:16 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.388457 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez was elected as the chair of the Democratic National Committee, DNC, on Saturday, defeating Rep. Keith Ellison.
>The son of Dominican immigrants is seen by many as an establishment pick. Receiving support from former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Perez supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP, and believes the 2016 Democratic Primary was not rigged against Sen. Bernie Sanders.
>Perez, who was born and raised in Buffalo, New York, was seen as the preferred choice for Obama and former Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
>Ellison, the first Muslim elected to the U.S. Congress, was backed by progressives within the party, including Sanders and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
>Prior to Perez's election, members voted to reject a measure that would have restored a ban on corporate lobbyists donating to the party. A number of speakers were present at the vote, urging the party to unify.

So after suffering the biggest and most embarrassing electoral defeat in American history - specifically because they spat all over their progressive wing to embrace the establishment in an anti-establishment election - the Democrats once again choose the corporate establishment over the rank-and-file. Just as it looked like the Sanders candidate would rise on an unexpected tide of enthusiasm, the Clinton candidate slides in at the last moment to snatch everything away, this times with the help of the Israel hasbara squad.

Make no mistake: the Clinton wing of the party would rather lose forever than let this country shift even a little bit to the right. They are losing on purpose, and it is getting obscene.
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Nigel Paddlefoot - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 20:12:14 EST ID:WQQ+NOb5 No.391108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this isn't about clinton. the problem is the the party leadership will run the same platform even though the electorate does not like it.
Ernest Bonkinlidging - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 13:32:53 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What a fucking dumb thing to say.

It's literally why the Founding Fathers of the US chose representative democracy, and and electoral college.

The electoral college wasn't suppose to be a rubber stamp on the states vote, it was designed to keep people like Donald Trump from becoming President. It's a fail.
Reuben Brookforth - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 16:54:18 EST ID:Z5u3SrSH No.391131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>It's literally why the Founding Fathers of the US chose representative democracy
That doesn't change the fact that it's a fucking dumb thing to say. Maybe, without the benefit of 300 years of hindsight, it was a slightly less dumb thing to say from the self-interested perspective of the slavers and financiers and hucksters that comprised much of the Founding Fathers.

But for a powerless nobody like you, who will always be considered part of the lowly mob they sought to arbitrarily constrain? It's an incredibly fucking dumb thing to say.
Matilda Pettingfere - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:59:34 EST ID:iD8kFnx6 No.391398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Perez, Clintonbots and the DNC smear the Democratic candidate for a major mayoral race in Nebraska.

Why? Because he's backed by Bernie and Our Revolution.
Lillian Blythegold - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:22:03 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.391399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The DNC are lbasically the definition of "controlled opposition".

Political Stuckness by William Clirrybanks - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 17:25:37 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.391238 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have noted a few things that seem relevant to each other -

1 - Polls indicate that 96% of Trump voters would vote for him again. Meaning, he has a pretty impenetrable base.

2 - The most popular politician among Democrats right now is Bernie Sanders. He is not a Democrat though.

4 - The new head of the DNC was reported to think Obama was the reason the election was lost, and not Clinton generally sucking.

Welcome to the four things that will fuck our politics for the next few decades.

Trump, despite all predictions, can simply do no wrong with his supporters. Meanwhile, a man that is extremely popular with the Dems doesn't even belong to that party. And, going by the DNC's recent (in)actions, they think more Clinton is pretty much the solution to everything. Despite Bernie being a far stronger candidate among their own people.

So, we will see the GOP slaughter the Dems next year. Probably even see a few states go red. Mostly because the DNC refuses to do anything but pump the same bullshit neo-liberalism at us. This will result in such an imbalance, that we could see the GOP be the only party on some ballots in some states. Dems being 100% absent on it as they failed to run anyone. This will create a hegemony that will last decades if not more.
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Nathaniel Grandman - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 12:23:02 EST ID:0B9qh6RW No.391389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Trump is going to shut down the wall because Dems wont give American funding for trump to build his Wall.
Republicans have a majority in both houses, Trump doesn't need the democrats if the Republicans will fund the wall.

Of course, getting the republicans to do anything but cut social programs, cut industrial regulations, subsidize their financiers, and cut taxes for the rich is like herding cats.
The Freedom Caucus threatened to vote down any budget that funds the wall without taking the money from elsewhere in the budget, Trump's threat to veto any budget that doesn't fund the wall was directed at them.

Trump rescinded his threat to shut down the government if he didn't get 10 billion for the wall, saying he'll try again in September.
Now that he's got healthcare and the wall taken care of, Trump can concentrate on Tax Cuts (mostly for the rich).
Eliza Deshmudging - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 13:51:58 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Republicans have a majority in both houses, Trump doesn't need the democrats if the Republicans will fund the wall.

Yeah, border state Republican politicians don't want the wall. Republicans can do anything they want. It's pretty amazing they run everything and yet the government is as dysfunctional as ever.

Can't blame Democrats.
Matilda Pettingfere - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:37:19 EST ID:iD8kFnx6 No.391395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They'll just cut out the middle man and try to install Haim Saban as emperor for life.
Oliver Gommlefield - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:42:14 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.391396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Now that he's got healthcare and the wall taken care of,

He does?
Oliver Gommlefield - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:46:21 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.391397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Can't blame Democrats.

But they do, they are, and their idiot voters are lapping it up.

To hear some of the GOP tell it, Obama and Hillary are somehow fucking everything up for them.

Trump's #1 source of info admits he's fake news. by Frederick Geshlone - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 22:20:19 EST ID:6T2FD4LE No.390972 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Charlotte Hegglehood - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 05:17:27 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.391299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My understanding of the film was that Li's character sides with the Emperor and accepts his own death because he realises only the Emperor can bring lasting peace.

Shitting Heblingfork - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 14:57:46 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Regardless, now Nationalism is one of the most powerful forces in Asia between the Chinese, Koreans and Japanese with centuries of mistrust and downright hatred. They get real angry when you bring up their shared history and culture.

Didn't help that China brought 300,000, 000 million people out of poverty in the last 20 years, so now they can take cheap regional flights to Seoul or Tokyo for tourism and shopping trips to buy non-fake versions of designer stuff. Koreans and Japanese see them as nouveau-riche former peasants with no manners or social graces.

So Trump buying the Chinese "we're the dominant force" story and repeating it without verifying... he's a chump.
George Brooklock - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 18:10:32 EST ID:q/8mfYxo No.391369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is the average schmuck you voted for, ya dope
Hugh Snodham - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:41:23 EST ID:ivvk1VhR No.391383 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Uhhhh.... Because he's a ridiculous man who knowingly spews vitriolic literal non-sense to a lot of people who aren't 'in on the joke' and then possibly base their beliefs on and possibly use their voting power partially based on this deliberate misinformation
Eliza Deshmudging - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 13:57:01 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Threatened isn't really a good word. Even with his large audience, most Liberals I know have never even heard of him until he hit the news this month.

He's the epitome of what many think of the Conservative fever swamp - a raving con-man simultaneously feeding the most gullible lies and fleecing them.

He came clean, unless you believe he committed perjury in an attempt to get custody of his children. He's probably sure his dumb fuck followers won't hold it against him and believe it trans-dimensional liberal pedophiles financed by Soros and shadow deep-state globalist vampire lizard people.

Putin Did It by Cornelius Blythewater - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 09:03:21 EST ID:MyuDzBUL No.390898 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are you guys' thoughts on this new phenomena of blaming everything on Putin/Russia? It seems to me that Trump's victory has caused the Democrats to absolutely lose their minds. All rationality and logic has been thrown out the window, and the party line has become "Blame Russia." British conspiracy theorist Louise Mensch has been catapulted into stardom because of this, being dubbed a "Russian Expert" by the New York Times, and Liberal media clamoring over her every word.

Is this the death of the Democrats? As a Leftist, this has made it really difficult for me to reconcile with them. Pic related, Louise accusing Antifa of being Russian shills.
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Cornelius Hummlegold - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 18:29:15 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.391374 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Hahaha. Yes, yes he is.
Barnaby Singerway - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 22:43:10 EST ID:6POwg5Ik No.391386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He was, now he's a pundit.
Nathaniel Grandman - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 12:49:18 EST ID:0B9qh6RW No.391390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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He was the second most popular republican primary candidate in 2012.
He was a mix of hyper-christian and neocon, favoring a banning abortion, contraception, porn, sodomy, compared gay marriage to incest and bestiality, a 1-state solution in Israel, and cutting welfare programs and college funding to give blacks opportunity instead of other people's money.

Webm related is one of the billionaires who funded him.
You can read about him here: www.santorum.com

When you consider that the discussion of this country is controlled by a competition between those guys, corporations, and what appeals to people's short attention spans, it becomes apparent why the political environment in this country is so sick.
Eliza Deshmudging - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 13:50:13 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh look, same Russian state cyber group is trying to influence the French election now too.


You dipshits still in denial need to understand that Russia isn't really trying to hide that they're the culprits. They're leaving fingerprints ON PURPOSE.

Sure there are pile of useful idiots, many here, who still believe Putin and Assange over the US intelligence services because of the WMDs in Iraq. And of course there are Trumpkin concern trolls thinking this is hurting the democrats when 70% of Americans want answers on Russia's actions including their vast and growing connections to the Trump Campaign.

Of course you haven't explained the British and French also witnessing Russian cyber attacks. I suppose that's a continuing conspiracy by the CIA? Hillary's "deep state" still spreading lies. Russia is weak of course it's going to use hacking. It amazing how the most gullible here think they're the smartest.

You'd never believe the truth even if Putin admitted it - because you can't. Question the US intelligence services but never, never, never question Assange or Glenn Greenwald.
Matilda Pettingfere - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:33:03 EST ID:iD8kFnx6 No.391394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So someone used a fake email server, European proxies and unspecified malware with unspecified "similarities" to malware used in other attacks that themselves haven't been proven to originate from Putin, and France's official cybersecurity agency not only specifically notes that any "high-level" hacker could pull this off but leaves open the possibility that someone might be doing it to falsely implicate Russia.

Those are some weaksauce "fingerprints" for such a belligerent and maturbatory post, buddy.

Hypothetical civil war in the USA by Cornelius Billyseg - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 08:11:02 EST ID:NY3ouz89 No.390995 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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‘God has given us another chance’: Speakers at pro-Trump rally urge crowd to prepare for a ‘civil war’

Is such a thing possible? The cities have the advantage in terms of population and strategic ports and the countryside has the advantage in terms of firearms per person and strategic resources. Something tells me that rural cousin-fucking neo-confederates have a wet dreams about the thought of murdering them fancy trash-talking city liberals.

How would strategic foreign alliances go into play, who would back the rural faction and who would back the urban faction? What does Canada do? What does Mexico do? I think both would side with the cities or be neutral, depending on their stake in and willingness to engage in the conflict . Britain and the neo-confederates always secretly loved each other, by virtue of being traitors to the union. The far east I am unsure.

What about nuclear bombs? Would these be used at all? There are a fair number in or near urban areas and a fair number in the deep south as well as the north east. Would any be crazy enough to use them in a civil war?

How does Hawaii and Alaska factor into it? What about our allies in Asia, which side do they side with?

Which way would the military split? Military recruitment tends to favor the rural faction, but it also tends to favor low-income areas. Most are stationed in Cali and Texas or the south-east. There is also a divide between black/minority recruits and white recruits.

Would it be another conflict as bloody as the first one, considered the bloodiest war in American history? Pic related, it's the 2016 electoral vote per county weighted by population of the county. I think the conflict might be hard on the cities at first but would quickly turn into entrenched warfare due to their huge population and economic advantages, despite having fewer weapons and less training. Let's face it, the far right in rural areas of the country have had a hard-on for civil war for decades now and have been stockpiling guns and preparing to kill liberal city folk for quite some time. On the other hand, th…
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Eugene Blammlehidging - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 19:40:30 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.391377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The original post said this:
>There have been far more Terrorist attack in the US committed by Far-Right then Islamic Terrorist attacks in Europe.
No time frame is specified in that statement. If your responses in the negative to that statement were supposed to be based off of a particular time frame, then you needed to have specified it. If you would like to do so now then go ahead at any point but until you do so my example still stands.
Ebenezer Climmermitch - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 20:06:06 EST ID:zm6+bc30 No.391379 Ignore Report Quick Reply

i suppose if we count every action of the KKK in american history you are correct. i would still strongly suspect the death toll is higher from islamic extremists (here i am raising a new claim). and even if i am wrong from 1865 onward, i am clearly correct in the modern frame

so let me be super robotic and factual to suit your mechanical conversation style: while the technical premise of your post may be correct, the discussion is revolving around current, modern times, and contemporary acts of violence. thus i declare your claim irrelevant to the discussion, and purport in response that within the parameters relevant to the topic of this thread, that comparing right wing violence in the USA to islamic terror attacks in europe is ridiculous and nonsensical.
Sidney Cezzlelun - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 20:22:33 EST ID:i1eo8CqX No.391381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You still haven't specified a time frame, though. "Current, modern times, and contemporary" could all be interpreted to mean different and contradictory things by different people. If you don't be more specific you leave the door open for me to interpret those words as broadly and as cheekily as I'd like. What time frame does "current, modern times, and contemporary" mean to you?
Ebenezer Climmermitch - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:32:22 EST ID:zm6+bc30 No.391382 Ignore Report Quick Reply

how about 1970 onward


or since 9/11


or just the past few years
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William Blindlegold - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 22:32:23 EST ID:sMjBd+5i No.391384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your first link describes only "terrorism" in a general sense. As in all forms of terrorism, not just "Islamic" terrorism. They even point out that the majority of terrorist attacks in the 70s and 80s were by nationalist groups like the IRA. It also points out that the number of attacks has dropped since 2000. I know the giant failure that is the American education system has probably led you to believe that terrorism = muslims, but that is not the case.

Any website that calls itself "thereligionofpeace.com" is 100% going to be a useless, overly-biased turd. And they made it clear that they're only listing attacks by Islamic groups and leaving out attacks by other groups. So it's not very helpful for your argument.

The third link literally lists 5 attacks from last year in France. Again, not very useful towards proving whatever point you're trying to make here.

Played like a damn Fiddle: War with Syria by Thomas Fonnercheg - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 22:54:09 EST ID:MBZ+rwoO No.390493 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>The U.S. military launched 59 cruise missiles at a Syrian military airfield late on Thursday, in the first direct American assault on the government of President Bashar al-Assad since that country’s civil war began six years ago.

Thank God we voted for Trump, who will make sure we never come close to war with Russia!
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Eugene Dacklewell - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 11:36:12 EST ID:X8esPtoC No.391215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's what happens when you piss off Saudi Arabia and try to drop the USD; you're suddenly considered a 'too-violent' leader and you get a smear campaign thrown your way, and while that smear campaign is still being debunked the US already uses it as ammunition to justify their indirect acts of war.
Martin Blimblebick - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 13:16:11 EST ID:T43ZgZvA No.391216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well he's allied with Iran (hence why the Saudis hate him) and he has killed a ton of civvies.
>you get a smear campaign thrown your way
I'm sure some media is over-hyping the bad stuff Assad does as well as possibly blaming him for things he is innocent of. I'm sure they also happily pass over Saudi crimes in Yemen.

However, it is simply not credible at this stage to argue that Assad hasn't committed war-crimes on a massive level.

Stick to the second Iraq war for a CIA-lies-narrative. It fits so much better there.
George Brooklock - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 18:18:22 EST ID:q/8mfYxo No.391371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fannin drops out
3 other advisors drop out
Trump anti-science
Advisor bases budget on speech, military expands
Healthcare still a disaster
Republicans in congress remain dumbly stalwart
Trump says wall for drugs, news claims no one impressed

I don't know what you expect?
Ebenezer Climmermitch - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 20:16:06 EST ID:zm6+bc30 No.391380 Ignore Report Quick Reply

it took out 20% of syria's air force while he was eating ramen with mr. china. agree or disagree with the reasoning but i dont see how you could call it "ineffective"
Lydia Famblefun - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 22:41:14 EST ID:FZwyp5B6 No.391385 Report Quick Reply

Bullshit. They moved the planes ahead of time because Trump told Russia, Russia tipped off Assad. Less than 20 hours later they were back to bombing civvies. Where are you getting your info?

Disillusioned utopia by Something Forgotten - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 23:39:47 EST ID:GZ21Ccei No.391280 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The North Korean military holiday is nearing and Kim and his yes-men cronies are being more forward about what it has as far as nuclear capability goes. Then sometime last week or whenever, there was the Berkeley riot. Meanwhile Russia sure as shit wants California to secede.

Why would anyone attack us when we can just do it to ourselves while some little dick like Kim sets the stage appropriately for a shit show with China and Russia in what's going to be a 2v1 against America...

From a geopolitical standpoint with the intent of seeing where America could weaken - it's if we turn on ourselves. Meanwhile trolls online instigate shit amongst the parties then let the idiots deal the damage in the streets.

Anyone here played a hand in helping America get closer and closer to what could be an inevitable tipping point? It better be worth it for me you dildo.
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Phyllis Goodman - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 01:17:16 EST ID:DiXMKba0 No.391286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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deep-cover satire is rare for a reason
Reuben Haggleden - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 01:30:57 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.391287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
We shoulda kilt all them gooks the first time around
Something Forgotten - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 02:12:18 EST ID:GZ21Ccei No.391289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Too true - hence the name Something Forgotten. You'd think people would stop taking themselves and others so seriously on a board like this. The guy above me got it right. Shoulda kilt them ded.
Something Forgotten - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 02:17:11 EST ID:GZ21Ccei No.391290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I should also mention I played the Stinkmeaner card. In one episode of the Boondocks, Stinkmeaner goes to hell where he is sent back to sow chaos and disinformation among the black community. Just thought I would play my trump card now as a playing it forward.
Angus Shittinghall - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 19:38:12 EST ID:NEFFIYTz No.391376 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I like your highly accurate post. It is highly accurate.

The only thing that really has me worried is that Trump got elected. But I mean, I shouldn't be worried cause Trump isn't a politician right? If you told me 5 years ago that Trump was gonna be president, I'd laugh and call you a fag. Now he's president, and I feel surprised every single time I remember that.

Every Single Time.

Like, oh yeah, that reality tv star with the fucked up hair is the frontman for the US. Wow, I still can't believe that happened.

Anyways, I don't think he can fuck shit up as bad as all the lefties thinks he can. And to be honest, as crazy as this reality is, I'm glad he got elected. It shows that we aren't just pinned down by the two parties; some random asshole can sleaze his way through the election and take the executive branch out from under them.

That's positive if you ask me. The dems and reps are far closer to each other than the team cheering, shit flinging, professional league politics fans like to admit. And it drives me crazy to see these people get so worked up over a system that never had their backs in the first place.

Anyways, I didn't vote, and I wont vote in the future. I'm a bystander who just wants to see how shit turns out.
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Distribution of Money by Hannah Blimmlemat - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 15:13:19 EST ID:EO3ttjr4 No.391090 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there a possible way for the wealthy to help us with the equal distribution of the wealth in the United States?
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Albert Himmerdane - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 13:13:29 EST ID:zm6+bc30 No.391320 Ignore Report Quick Reply

what would you suggest as an alternative to the abomination of modern school systems?
Edwin Bromblewutch - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 16:17:18 EST ID:IaepfqX2 No.391336 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Not that guy, but I'd like it if the education system allowed for more practical application of the skills you're supposed to learn. In craft schools, you have apprenticeships and try-out periods (no idea if this is the correct English term) where you get to visit a machine shop or whatever and work there for a week or so, testing your skills and seeing for yourself the concrete value of what you're being taught in the classroom. This increases both motivation and understanding of the craft you're studying.

So why not expand upon that model, apply it more thoroughly, and to more educations? If it could motivate the kids then It's worth a shot at least, IMO.
Charlotte Hegglehood - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:04:15 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.391339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's a good start, but my focus would be on how children are educated. Everything we know today about learning flies in the face of a lot of traditional school structure; exams, homework, uniforms, classroom behaviour; none of these things are actually good for helping children gain knowledge. Schools need to stop being institutions that seek to cram information into children, and need to be repositories and transimitters of knowledge that are open to the natural desire of children to learn new things.

Teaching skills that are actually valuable is vital, but even more vital is making education not just accessible, but engaging and interesting of itself.

Finland is a good place to look for an example of a good school system.
Hannah Lightfoot - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 21:59:30 EST ID:e7sd8OST No.391349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>391320 Rethinking Schools has some interesting ideas about new teaching styles.
Doris Muzzlehall - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 12:15:32 EST ID:Nxm4qWHO No.391363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That model makes people good at doing what we know. We'll get no innovation out of that. You shouldn't teach what to do, but how to think. Your actually describing the current education situation pretty well.

Applied skills is part of that, but should not be the focus.

Time for revolt by Soviet Psychonaut - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 22:54:06 EST ID:2TfYxlWB No.390492 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What the flying fuck
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Reuben Haggleden - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 04:05:34 EST ID:QK8mfsjv No.391296 Ignore Report Quick Reply

lmao. What a fucking clown
Ernest Blatherlock - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 08:33:03 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.391309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd say Bang up job America, but only 23% of the population voted for the retard.
Shitting Heblingfork - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 14:46:57 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391328 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Everybody needs to watch the AP interview from Friday. Trump is a rambling moron, and ADMITS it.

He had one moment where he says he watches CNN, then says he doesn't. The reporter calls him on it and he doesn't remember:

>Trump: O.K. The one thing I've learned to do that I never thought I had the ability to do. I don't watch CNN anymore.

>A.P.: You just said you did.

>Trump: No. No, I, if I'm passing it, what did I just say (inaudible)?

>A.P.: You just said -

>Trump: Where? Where?
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Hugh Smallway - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 18:15:20 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.391341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Idiot or suffering from dementia....
Lillian Ceshfere - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 21:17:42 EST ID:+NSAEK8g No.391346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd say both.

Le Pen vs. Macron: The French Decision by Albert Himmerdane - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 23:08:52 EST ID:zm6+bc30 No.391271 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well we are down to "far right" (read: right-of-center) Le Pen and centrist (read: liberal) Macron for the next French president. Personally I'd vote Le Pen if I were a Gaul. What do you guys think? Based on Trump's surprise win I wouldn't bat an eyelid if the "silent majority" votes to the right and Le Pen pulls a surprise win. Think of her what you may, but it cannot be denied she is a captivating orator. I have no beef with Macron either, his policies more or less sound reasonable.
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Nigel Sarringleck - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 09:33:49 EST ID:iYYYad4Q No.391311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thank god for the electoral college or overpopulated shitholes like California would decide every election.
Nigel Sarringleck - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 09:36:58 EST ID:iYYYad4Q No.391312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Considering "deport all muzzies" is pretty much the core of her campaign, if she ends up getting elected I'd say that means most French voters agree with that.
Hugh Smallway - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 11:30:43 EST ID:Yh0dEBHV No.391314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As opposed to having shitholes filled with rednecks decide every election?
Ernest Blatherlock - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 11:51:56 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.391319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And that's relevant to French elections... how?
Shitting Heblingfork - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 14:42:30 EST ID:I3FnSNZB No.391327 Ignore Report Quick Reply

> 6th largest economy on the Earth
> shithole

I'm willing to be your states a far, far bigger "Shit hole" then a state as large, diverse and rich as yours.

UK elections 2017 by Corbyn Critter - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 17:11:18 EST ID:YG5Or+6H No.391094 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Antifa would support Jeremy Corbyn UK Politics 2017 since he called for taking to the streets right.
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Eliza Blytheham - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 05:01:09 EST ID:FqtcG9EC No.391298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also, the national socialist movement was a thing before Hitler showed up in politics. The word socialist, at that time, was very popular since it showed the party was for the worker. Hitler hated leftists and even blamed communists for the buning of the Reichstag. Faux-left.
Charlotte Hegglehood - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 05:31:25 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.391300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>liberals are intensely socially conservative. That's what you get when you champion the opinions of minorities all the time; they're the most conservative people out there

lol, this is like when you tried to claim that left-wing activists are nationalists, because wanting the country you live in to improve makes you a nationalist.

>all minorities are conservative
>all liberals support the views of conservative minorities
>liberals are conservatives

This kind of thing really gives insight into how you can possibly hold the views you hold, X8. You literally do not understand basic logic and reason.
Charlotte Hegglehood - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 05:32:33 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.391301 Ignore Report Quick Reply

The term "National Socialist" was essentially just a branding gimmick to try to appeal to both the left and the right.
Ernest Blatherlock - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 06:40:49 EST ID:sUBj56yv No.391302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just put him on Ignore. It's not worth your time.
Charlotte Hegglehood - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 07:13:01 EST ID:9k6SLa8o No.391304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude, did you see how funny his post was?

In other news... by Molly Dasslenotch - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 14:39:38 EST ID:j0maiPZP No.390559 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Neil Gorsuch is now the next Supreme Court Justice after the senate voted along majority rule rather than 55-45 as tradition.
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Hamilton Sezzleman - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 15:12:48 EST ID:T43ZgZvA No.391089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
*complex questiones
I guess the derp is on me?
Priscilla Guffingbin - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 17:31:54 EST ID:wCbmVqz0 No.391096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
See they can pass around this image because they can't pass around any that feature his promises to repeal and replace Obamacare, jail Killary, not bomb Syria, or 'drain the swamp.'

He is a moron. You're not wrong.
Hamilton Sezzleman - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 19:16:10 EST ID:T43ZgZvA No.391101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looking in from the outside he doesn't seem to have achieved much beyond chaos. His executive orders are basically formalized platitudes and he is apparently continuously surprised by the complexity of running the only super-power. Most are happy he hasn't broken anything important yet.
Doris Muddlepere - Sat, 22 Apr 2017 01:06:26 EST ID:Bp5OqyZ1 No.391134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fuck Clamblewit - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 08:23:17 EST ID:V72b4f8a No.391179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>make america mexico again
you're welcome to try but keep in mind that the current bet places you "all in"

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