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  1. Re: Nato alliance experiencing brain death, says Macron

    Marching into Moscow or Stalingrad facing General Winter just for the glory of an "European Army" does not seem an ideal scenario.
  2. Re: Why do we respect people's lives but not their free wills?

    Even from the most Darwinist point of view, animals kill others because they are hungry and would die otherwise, out of need, not because they have pleasure in indulging themselves.

    So even in...
  3. Re: Incoming Harvard Freshman Deported After Visa Revoked

    It's a bad case. On one hand, it's thanks to such smart foreigners that US got a boost foward.

    On the other, you need border control or everything turns into a mess.
    It's a sad case, that got...
  4. Re: When the time comes: Let's discuss fascist rhetoric

    Either way, the Clinton's are not Proletariat, sorry.
  5. Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    "In the beginning there was peace with guns, and no mass shootings ever happened.

    Then white supremacism spread, and mass shootings in US finally started."
  6. Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    Comes from the 60s to be fair, and the classy western TV/movies elite getting away with it (Jeffrey Epstein is more of a symbol than the only person), using politics to hide themselves, isn't the...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    XX century was historically speaking compared to previous centuries, among the most atheist centuries, and it had Boer War, WWI and WWII, which had the Atomic Bomb introduced.

    Characters like...
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    Re: On Islam's strength's and weaknesses.

    Well, point being Christianity center/point isn't Crusading, and the concept of Crusade was copied from the concept of Jihad from Islam, in a way to counter the Jihad during medieval times, because...
  9. Re: When the time comes: Let's discuss fascist rhetoric

    It's a case of "mandatory hapiness" - either you are happy with things or maybe, maybe you are a fascist.

    Of course it isn't this binary, but current propaganda plays with such themes.



    They...
  10. Re: Japan wants US Marines to fly F-35s off their warships

    That was the point I guess, to have NATO allies spend at least 1% of GDP on military spending, which they don't (see: most of europe), leading to acts such as hypocritically blaming the US for their...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    If I tell the story of the wolf and the 3 piggies, it has a message, and it is the literal word of the author.

    The fact that wolves don't use their blow to take down straw and wood houses, and the...
  12. Re: When the time comes: Let's discuss fascist rhetoric

    The (new) left wing, in their wealthy comfortable positions with cushy jobs, discriminate the Working Class, the Proletariat, simply because they are White Proletariats, they get demonized by the...
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    Re: Trump, I hear you're a racist..............

    While it is the epitome of racism (and insanity), it is not the ultimate expression, given how mass shootings to whatever random targets/reasons are relatively common in USA.
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    Re: The ethics of reporting a racist friend..?

    If he's your friend and you have a friendship going with him, you should explain why racism is wrong or try to have some talk about it. Technically you can reach an agreement of sorts.

    The moment...
  15. Re: How the Far-Right Views the Economy and the Stab-in-the-Back Myth

    Well I don't live in the US, so I can't speak much of how it is for a US citizen or someone living there.
    But I'm guessing the hints of marxism began with Bernie Sanders? Or were thrown...
  16. Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    I have to agree
  17. Re: How the Far-Right Views the Economy and the Stab-in-the-Back Myth

    I have more or less same concern. People won't be able to distinguish a real fascist movement from some random political enemy being accused of such. So the way the terms so easily are labelled...
  18. Re: Why were 20 people shot dead and 24 injured in El Paso today, and what’s causing the recent trend since the 90s of mass shootings and massacres.

    Videogames are being blamed for the shooting.

    Which technically in paper includes every gamer. No exceptions.
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    Re: Trump, I hear you're a racist..............

    Things still working on basis of Cult of the Personality, with the same person standing in the Center of attention, for good or bad.
  20. Re: Racism emergency: Eritrean refugee pushes German mother and her 8 years old kid in front of a train. Kid dies.

    This is a point that works out very good for both sides. Why go for Lose - Lose immigration scenario, or defend it, assuming there is some Win-Win to be had?
    Immigrants go to a more lawful and...
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    Re: How important was Thermopylae?

    Served as a force multiplier for the following battles to come, one could argue (via moral boost and self sacrifice example even from the top of the pyramid). Also bought time for the remaining...
  22. Re: How the Far-Right Views the Economy and the Stab-in-the-Back Myth

    What is perceived as "far-right" is a very heterogenous group. Despite the efforts over the past 3-4 years to put on a single stereotype to define this group of people, the fact that they are...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Fair enough, I actually agree. But what about cases like the 30 years war, or Charles V sack of Rome?
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Well at least you got the point. It's wrong to dismiss any link between Constantine and Christianity's ascent to Imperial Echelons, and Cyclops was on the side that claimed Constantine didn't even...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    (routinely) Cutting the role of Emperor Constantine from the process of Christianity becoming accepted in Rome and eventually becoming State Religion is not good tutoring, sorry. It's a Historically...
  26. Re: Is there a difference between strategy and tactics?

    Strategy can involve Cultural issues, Diplomacy play, and even Existential questioning into what should the Objective be. Play soft power? Which type of ideology to propagate that best suits our...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    https://i.imgur.com/Akunhyc.jpg

    The irony is that the person in question was very cynical towards religion. Yet he made a separation of the holy and the imperfect man led organization.
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    You joined in defense of a side who wanted to remove Constantine from the process of making Christianity the Official Religion of the Empire. While he didn't settle down the final brick, he made a...
  29. Re: Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    Oh alright thank you for the clarification on this issue, it makes sense. Well I did imply from the beginning that I was confused.
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Clearly False Dichotomy Fallacy is being applied here.
    Point being, repeatedly implying that Constantine has 0% importance for Christianity being the Official Religion of the Empire, while...
  31. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    It gets more confusing than that. The Irish, possibly the people in Europe with the Whitest Skin color in Europe, were only considered white since XIX century.


    There's were also many political...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    We all played the scenario Battle of River Frigidus on Attila Total War that makes clear that paganism was still present on Roman Empire, that it only became officially christian with Theodosious....
  33. Re: Italy: Far-right Activists in Possession of Air-to-air Missile

    The link between AA missile and neo-nazism makes little sense. Are Neo-Nazis plane enthusiasts? Are they Billionaires? This raises more questions than gives answers.

    There was a front in Ukraine...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    @Cyclops
    Well depends on which point of view you consider most legitimate, which you have not made clear.

    First, do you consider legitimate the use of Biblical passages as authentic historic...
  35. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    I apreciate the effort but that was a total miss on what I said. I said slave market was booming before European Powers were even minimally relevant. Portugal is European, and therefore not included...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    We're talking of events of 2,000 years ago, more or less. A person educated in history won't demand "Source" like it is demanded for things of XVIII/XIX French Revolution/Napoleonic era, or even...
  37. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Slave market was booming centuries before European powers were even minimally relevant.
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Actually linking Christianity to Stoicism was and still is problematic - you can't exactly go boldly around claim that Christianity drew a lot of inspiration from "Paganism". This discredits...
  39. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Oh Please. While Wealth and Money can turn into a morally grey area, the conception that the more you opress the others, the more you win, is a warped worldview, that believes the only existing...
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    Re: How true is the Bible?

    Paul was a Roman Citizen who traveled through Rome.
    You think a Roman Citizen who bothered to travel through Rome seeking converts with a Latin speaking population likely does not speak Latin?...
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