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  1. Re: Google is officially a threat to democracy. Executives exposed admitting the company is trying to ''prevent another 2016''

    Just like in the Crowder demonetization thread, the "left" defends the rights of mega corporations to tinker with society to social engineer it into whatever they think is convenient.

    Useful...
  2. Re: Nazi Punch - Youtube bans inherently discriminatory videos

    I agree completely with you, these media platforms have a duty to remove and fight against content that by itself constitutes criminal activities as defined by the applicable laws.

    That is why I...
  3. Re: Nazi Punch - Youtube bans inherently discriminatory videos

    I believe some people in this thread still have a simplistic, Cold War-esque view of politics and just using a single spectrum of left-right leads to mistakes.
    For example Nazis were extremely heavy...
  4. Re: Nazi Punch - Youtube bans inherently discriminatory videos

    Murdering people in mosques? What are you even talking about? This is about censorship and about the power of media corporations to limit free speech these days. If you are deplataformed from...
  5. Re: Nazi Punch - Youtube bans inherently discriminatory videos

    Because what "incites terrorism" and "white nationalist terrorism" seem to be very broad terms that the left abuses to silence opposition. In what way Steven Crowder -who is mostly a comedian- is a...
  6. Re: Nazi Punch - Youtube bans inherently discriminatory videos

    There's no reasoning with the left, they just want to ban whatever ideas they don't like. It's textbook procedure for them. I mean, wanting to control immigration makes you liable to what some insane...
  7. Re: Nazi Punch - Youtube bans inherently discriminatory videos

    Everything has gotten so warped and weird, the only thing that remains constant in history is the need of the "left" to control the opposition through censorship since they canīt do it through...
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    Re: How are you enjoying the slow death of TWC?

    No, but don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.
  9. Re: Danish teenager who fought off rapist will be prosecuted for using pepper spray

    Until it's proven that she used the pepper spray to stop a rape it's completely understandable to prosecute her.
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    Re: Terrorist attack in Paris.Updated(60+dead, 100 hostages)

    Civilization vs Barbarism, as simple as that.

    A direct attack on freedom.
  11. Thread: corn wars

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    Re: corn wars

    Haram.

    Feedlot cattle is always terrible when compared to cattle raised in natural prairies.
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    Re: The thread for horrible suggestions

    There's a terrible lack of Lorica Segmentata that needs to be rectified: all roman units should have LS from 272 and other faction should be able to fit their native units with LS after conquering...
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    Re: Recommend me an anime, Sher Khan! (Version 2)

    I am watching Durarararararara.

    Do I have good taste?
  14. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + bailout deal

    That's insane. I remember when Uruguay had a crisis in 2002 and barely escaped default. It was a shock and the economy suffered a lot but it was just a year. With Greece it seems it never ends.

    I...
  15. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + bailout deal

    Since this thing started like 5 years ago, how much has the greek economy and its living standards have deteriorated?

    It's been an almost perpetual crisis since then.
  16. Re: Copyright legislation in EU to restrict "Freedom of Panorama"

    And if a travel agency uses the pic of a mountain they have to pay royalties to the state were the mountain is?

    Completely ridiculous.
  17. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    Greece should default and become a tax heaven.

    r8
  18. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    This reminds me of 2001 Argenitna (minus the EU talks of course).

    The financial sector near collapse, people desperate to get their money out but not allowed.
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    Re: Take down the #ConfederateFlag at the SC Capitol.

    Idiotic as usual for these outraged reactions.

    Symbols are that, symbols. For some the US flag means drone strikes, native genocide and CIA coup d'etats and for others it means freedom, democracy...
  20. Re: Are Traditional Cultures Doomed to be Wiped Out by Globalisation (Westernisation)?

    "Western" is a buzzword.

    "Western culture" is even harder to determine.
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    Re: Copa America 2015

    It was excessive, but Neymar is a professional player and shouldn't do that stuff.
  22. Poll: Re: FIFA congress and presidential elections.

    Europe and South America (20 WCs) voted mostly against Blatter. Also the US, Canada and a few arabs. All of the WC champions, the best leagues and players in the world and most of the money. 73 votes...
  23. Poll: Re: FIFA congress and presidential elections.

    The Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) is shaken to the core and it is mostly confirmed that Uruguay will not support Blatter, but we still need to see how the other associations in the continent...
  24. Poll: Re: FIFA congress and presidential elections.

    Figueredo who's the uruguayan FIFA Vice President had been under investigation from uruguayan justice for years but everything was stuck as he was outside the country and it was impossible to bring...
  25. Re: Fifa officials arrested in Zurich because of corruption and bribery.

    Big stuff happening.

    Thankfully Uruguay is dutifully represented by Figueredo. Truly a great man.
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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Palmyra is in IS hands.

    It's gonna be Niniveh all over again.

    I'm sure they don't even do it because of religious backwardeness but to troll the rest of the world.
  27. Thread: Book Question

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    Re: Book Question

    I liked Peter Heather's Fall of the Roman Empire.

    There's also Gibbon's huge books if you really want something deep.

    I'm no historian so I don't know which ones are the most accurate.
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    Re: Paying for Mods Discussion (SEE OP)

    http://imgur.com/a/bqcla

    Not sure if it has been posted but here a user reviews most of the paid mods with detail.
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    Re: Paying for Mods Discussion (SEE OP)

    One big problem with mods is its shaky legal status. It depends on the Terms of Agreement and if there are mod tools and whatnot, but in general mods either belong to the IP owner or are plainly...
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    Re: Skyrim Workshop Now Supports Paid Mods

    In just a few days of testing and a dozen paid mods there was A LOT of poison and drama in the Nexus.

    I can't even begin to imagine what it would had been if this had been greenlighted completely...
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    Re: Skyrim Workshop Now Supports Paid Mods

    http://steamcommunity.com/games/SteamWorkshop/announcements/detail/208632365253244218

    They are going to remove the paid mod features!

    The internet :wub: paid off! We won.

    But remember that...
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    Re: Skyrim Workshop Now Supports Paid Mods

    http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/news/12459/?

    And so it begins the great internet drama of our time.

    Thanks, Valve.
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    Re: Skyrim Workshop Now Supports Paid Mods

    This is one big can of worms.

    How is Valve going to control people don't steal eachother's mods?

    This would create a very toxic enviroment for any modding community.
  34. Re: "It is not genocide!!" - Turkey is furious again about international comments of Armenian 'Genocide'

    Well, now Pope Francis only has to declare a Crusade to reconquer Constantinople and Antioch.
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    Re: Nimrud Bulldozed

    This makes me pretty mad.

    Thank god the british and french practically looted the middle east in the XIX and XX centuries. A pity they couldn't take entire cities and temples with them.
  36. Re: Greece's Snap elections \ SYRIZA victory

    That's brilliant! Greek GDP would easily double or triple.
  37. Re: Greece's Snap elections \ SYRIZA victory

    Is Syriza really going to do hardcore commie stuff like not paying debts, nationalizing banks, expropriations, land reform, etc?

    That stuff usually never works out well.
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    Re: Argentina: Nisman, top prosecutor found dead

    So convenient I don't really know who to suspect.

    It could be the Kirchnner's last gamble after they considered the political damage of that investigation was worse than killing the guy. It could...
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    Argentina: Nisman, top prosecutor found dead

    Argentinian institutions seem to still be in constant decay, apparently like the current party has absolutely no limits. Will they leave power peacefully?
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    Re: The end of the Cuban Embargo?

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ByKRsTJIUAA9NPz.jpg
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