Title: The united states government
S_hift - December 10, 2011 10:34 PM (GMT)
Fuck em. the keep us here because they need us. They don't care how many of us die. they have more to replace us with whomever they feel fit for the job.
This country runs on expendability
(=SK=)Zorak - December 10, 2011 10:46 PM (GMT)
shonuff - December 10, 2011 11:45 PM (GMT)
Its more true than not, ill say that.
Bongwater - December 10, 2011 11:46 PM (GMT)
|QUOTE (shonuff @ Dec 10 2011, 11:45 PM)|
| Its more true than not, ill say that. |
mZigZz - December 10, 2011 11:54 PM (GMT)
The USA Government and BR Rules are in the same conspiracy theories actually.
Jerry Garcia - January 5, 2012 04:30 PM (GMT)
Hmm, a fairly valid point. However, where do you draw the line? A country needs to use its population as tools for defence and supplying goods and services. However, they don't need to treat us like robots. It's disturbing how many vets have been shunned by the country they once risked their lives for. In my opinion, there is no closer thing to hell on earth than war. If you are going to send a person into that kind of hell, you better be prepared to take care of them when they come back, because chances are they are going to be fucked up one way or another.
Randy Rhoads - April 7, 2012 02:39 PM (GMT)
what I find hilarious is how "citizenz" of the USA are concerned with nike or apple sweatshops, adn how their employees are treated... Really! you give a fuck about apple employees, and nike employees and thats it????
what because they're building your ipad??? then u give a fuck all of a sudden???
I mean what about all the people who dont have jobs in your own country, or people in the third world countries that end up starving to death because they are war torn, or how about the people in afganistan u dont give a fuck about them! ...you actually spend money to fuck them over even more
this is almost too funny, in our own back yard (well central/south america) within the cocaine trade, the colombian cartels rape the hard working cocaine farmers of almost all their profit... they make something like 5 Cents on every gram, considering a gram of coke goes for upwards of 60-100$ and thats just part of the problem.....
At the same time you have these illicit industrys UNREGULATED!!! and because they're unregulated they dont follow simple ethical rules like not dumping thousands of litres of sulphiric acid and other chemicals used to produce cocaine into the amazon river basin!
instead you have testosterone seeking boners, dressed up in their costumes, as if they were still children playing cops and robbers, kicking down the doors of the poor, and wasting dollar after dollar of tax payer money... like carrying out a raid for an ounce of coke that costs around $2000 street value, only they spend upwards of $10,000 just to carry out the raid, and this goes on like clock work.
but ya poor apple employees who dont get 15 minute breaks,and earn less than a cup of coffee a day,... ya they dont work in the FUCKING USA!!!! theres a reason for this. its called cheap labor and nike and apple sure as fuck arent the only ones doing it!!!
American citizens have no say at all in what happens in their country, they're led to beleive so because cnn treats politics like a fucking sporting event, and then americans think they do have control over who runs their government.
shonuff - April 11, 2012 02:28 AM (GMT)
Jerry Garcia - April 11, 2012 05:46 PM (GMT)
Well, it seems people that are truly interested in human rights do so across the board, not simply when it involves them either directly or indirectly. However, not many people do actually care if they are not affected.
The media does lead the sheep though, and the average person really is pretty stupid. So, the big media stories get all the attention.
It does seem silly to give out so much foreign aid while so many are left to suffer in America. While we should take care of our own, who is to say a life in America is more deserving of need, or more important, than a life anywhere else in the world? As long as we insist on dividing ourselves into subcategories, either by race, country, religion, personal interests, or whatever classification we use, instead of simply human, we will always have these problems and these conflicts.
It seems war is the way of the world, across all species. This reminds me of when I was in high-school and our Catholic high school was rivals with another nearby Catholic high school. In the grand scheme of things, we were practically identical, same economic status, same race, same religion, same geographic region, etc, etc. Yet, we all hated each other's fucking guts! It seems we will always look for a difference, even this ridiculously minor, to separate ourselves into groups and then battle against the others.
Randy Rhoads - July 15, 2012 09:33 PM (GMT)
Jerry Garcia - July 20, 2012 03:51 AM (GMT)
After watching more and more politics, especially concerning the upcoming presidential election, I have no doubt that one day people will be talking about the United States' supremacy in the same past tense that we now talk about the Roman Empire's.
Fade - July 20, 2012 10:01 PM (GMT)
Actually Jerry, folk have been heralding America as the modern day Rome for quite some years now.
I used to agree, in part, until recent years. Now the UK seems to fit that role far better.
London 2012 lolympics will reveal much. Watch that space.
Bongwater - July 20, 2012 11:07 PM (GMT)
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Fade - July 23, 2012 08:18 PM (GMT)
^ The UK does NOT have what you would class as freedom.
So get your facts right, Jeff fookin Daniels. :D
Bongwater - July 23, 2012 11:02 PM (GMT)
Jerry Garcia - July 30, 2012 06:08 PM (GMT)
Well, the UK has what a Darfurian would consider freedom. Like with most things, it's all about perspective...
I have to say, though, I am also curious about why you feel your "great" country has slighted you in the freedom department.
Jerry Garcia - August 27, 2012 05:46 AM (GMT)
FUCK, FUCK, FUCK, I hate election years. This shit is so out of hand. I can't fuckin stand any candidate, or how either party approaches the whole debacle they call their campaign. They are just burning through money, like were not 13 trillion in debt, mostly just to throw name calling hissyfits, like they are goddamn 6 year olds.
The United States of America is fucked.
(=SK=)Zorak - August 30, 2012 08:09 AM (GMT)
Jerry Garcia - September 1, 2012 05:40 PM (GMT)
ZORAK, YOU'RE ALIVE?!?!
Short and sweet, like always huh? :D
(=SK=)Zorak - September 1, 2012 07:59 PM (GMT)
|QUOTE (Jerry Garcia @ Sep 1 2012, 05:40 PM)|
| ZORAK, YOU'RE ALIVE?!?! |
Short and sweet, like always huh? :D
S_hift - September 29, 2012 10:14 PM (GMT)
glad people decided to open their eyes.
(=SK=)Zorak - November 7, 2012 09:17 AM (GMT)
Obama won, and recreational marijuana legalized in CO and WA. Awesome
Jerry Garcia - November 8, 2012 12:08 AM (GMT)
Ya, dude. It's a great start for us potheads, and now that Romney's policies won't go into action, we might be able to delay mass rioting by the poor for another 4 years. :D