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 Survii
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  • 8 Feb
 Survii

@DerFurst said:

@vanguard said:

@DerFurst said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@nohbdy said:
Do you not think there is any value in balancing the well-being of the economy with the well-being of the people?

I can scarcely think of any example of how you can effectively put the well-being of the people ahead of the well-being of the economy, so no. They tend to coincide.

remove jews

What change would it bring to simply take jews out and put someone else on their place to do the same thing tho?

I'll have to reveal to you the nature of Der Juden, Vanguard. Most people think of Jews as merely ordinary people like everyone else you know. They might have some have some odd religious traditions and wear funny clothing, but that's where all the strangeness ends. In your mind, they're harmless if not a bit superstitious. To you, it seems only like people blame them because they need a scapegoat to pin their problems on. To you, it seems like people who blame Jews for everything are simply "immature" or "simple minded," because "problems are more complex than that; people just like to blame external groups to shift blame from themselves."

That's how it appears to everyone who isn't in "the know." I was once in a position like this myself, which is why I know how you're thinking of me.

If you want to know why people think this way, it's not because people "need a scapegoat." Rather, they have educated themselves on the actions of the Jewish people themselves. From their discoveries, they naturally come to hate them, or view them as enemies. Hatred doesn't step from the desire to pin blame on one person, but as a direct understanding of just what the Jews have done to their countries and to the world. You would hate them if you knew - it's only natural to hate something who wants to destroy you, and has likely caused you grievous harm already.

money man.jpg

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  • 8 Feb
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@vanguard said:

@DerFurst said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@nohbdy said:
Do you not think there is any value in balancing the well-being of the economy with the well-being of the people?

I can scarcely think of any example of how you can effectively put the well-being of the people ahead of the well-being of the economy, so no. They tend to coincide.

remove jews

What change would it bring to simply take jews out and put someone else on their place to do the same thing tho?

Remove Islam tbh

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  • 6 Feb
 Survii

@Xekratos said:

@ToLazy4Name said:
political compass pinochet.jpg

I think i'm on the bottom right in this case seeing as I'm getting into blacksmithing currently.

Please build a helicopter purely from things you handmade with an anvil+forge. I would buy it for £60

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  • 5 Feb
 Survii

@SirZombiethe3rd said:
The comments are making me cringe tbh.

Hey I'm Notanerdnerd241 and I'm working on a game called "hacker 2" Its a text based adventure made in Python for my computing class and it has 3!!! different endings. BIG SIGH I don't think it will get it but I can dream. My friends all say the game is cool so please look at it.

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  • 4 Feb
 Survii

@Edy_Nelson said:
Hasn't this game been "Kickstarter soon™" for a million years now.

lol you missed the kickstarter it was like 3 months ago

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  • 3 Feb
 Survii

@afiNity said:
google says 200/60 is 3,3333333
so we will get a video with 3,333333 min length

Wtf why aren't you in the Christmas guild you jolly mofo

someone invite this gentleman right now

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 Survii

@vanguard said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@vanguard said:
Well I bet there are some benefits in space colonization. I don't know them tho. What would it bring to humanity?

The question isn't what it would bring humanity, it's what it would bring the individual, which is an even more pertinent question in your ideal society because (by some miracle) the baseline incentive of not starving to death if you don't do something is no longer there.

Whatever it brings to humanity, it brings to the individual as well. Maybe knowledge, or different materials that could end up in different new products etc. I imagine those involved in Space Colonization have fucking huge interest in knowing space stuff, they would be at the right place

"products"

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  • 2 Feb
 Survii

opens notepad
hey guys heres a tutoriaal on how 2 tip the icebug in clrb pengwin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJk6gZuPKRE

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  • 2 Feb
 Survii

@ToLazy4Name said:

@vanguard said:
if this claim you make was true, how did man stop being a caveman?

Because caveman had other incentives, like "saber-toothed tiger" and "holy shit i'm freezing to death."

uh no it wos becus of komunism git educated m8

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  • 2 Feb
 Survii

...notepad tutorials

D:

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  • 2 Feb
 Survii

Mordhau is needed more than ever tbh

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  • 2 Feb
 Survii

@vanguard said:
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In an anarchist-communist state we COULD be living in overall better conditions (only in the future, when all sweatshop jobs are done by machines) however, the race will never progress to anything impressive, or actually be able to aquire products they like. Lets say, somehow, Bentley are still making cars, maybe mostly by machines, but with humans doing the jobs they enjoy. Lets suppose, they make a certain model of a Bentley a week- how is it decided where this car goes? To the person that shows the most passion for it? To the person willing to give up all their possessions? I am genuinely interested in your response here as I am completely unaware. Would it reward people that saved their state-cash for the longest? But that has so many flaws and leaps in logic I will guess not.

How will we colonise space? No one would EVER volunteer for so many of the jobs inside a company like NASA or SpaceX which are crucial for the mission- because everyone wants to be at the mission command desk or an astronaut. I can understand how the anarcho-communism viewpoint works, but there are so many issues with it.

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  • 2 Feb
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@TheDankestMeme said:

@ToLazy4Name said:

@Monkeytoes said:
Bill Gates isn't fucking 84 times better than every single Nobel Prize winner who has ever lived.

S A Y S

W H O

?????

says the logic, stop being so fkin dumb u fatass cunt

Wow, isnt that cool, I didn't ask for edgy responses, but for arguments

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  • 1 Feb
 Survii

I swear to god if this becomes a meme...

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  • 1 Feb
 Survii

@vanguard said:

@Survii said:

@vanguard said:
You should grow up and read about communism and start thinking for yourself instead of repeating propaganda tbh.

I've studied economics and sociology

Yeah? Me too, isnt that cool. I didn't ask for credentials or curriculim tbh, but for arguments

Yeah? Me too, isnt that cool. I didn't ask for books or conspiracy theories, but for arguments

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  • 1 Feb
 Survii

@vanguard said:

@Monkeytoes said:
Vanguard, what aspect of a society (freedom, wealth, power, happiness, equality, productivity, etc.) do you value most?

If I have to pick only one, then freedom. That is, the decentralization of power. If I can pick 2, then freedom and equality, here on a economical sense, that is, everyone have the same economic conditions.

About the example situation u asked Mr Lazy, I think that in anarchism it would be solved via dialogue between the affected parts you see. If this isn't enough, or if it ends up affecting more people, then I think the local community should also play a role in defusing the problem.

Pretty funny how the communist didn't choose happiness as a core value.

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  • 31 Jan
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@ToLazy4Name said:

@Monkeytoes said:
Basically, I want you to answer scenario as it is so you're political biases don't cloud your judgment.

I'm not answering it because it's a loaded question with no bearing on reality.

Yeah I actually agree here. It's a pointless question, it reminds me of those mental disorder tests that always ask shit like "I am pleased- do you agree with this statement" with absolutely nothing to use as a measure. You are clearly asking a question hoping he will respond using X example in his head which is much less important eg. something like "I don't think missing lunch or being 2lazy4exercise is a problem the government need to solve so I'll respond to -do you think food based problems are an issue- with no" then you respond with "SO YOU DON'T CARE ABOUT THE HOMELESS HUH" yet there is no proof lazy even considered that, and vice versa.

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  • 31 Jan
 Survii

@ToLazy4Name said:

@Survii said:
I know you didn't ask me monkey but I'm going to answer anyway.

Well sell me a body pillow and call me Roshawn because I think the ideal (or closest to) economic, social, and governmental management goes to Japan. They lay down an iron fist on things that need dealing with without fear of the PC police (monitoring their Islamic population, they haven't suffered a single Islamic terror attack) They have respect for their own culture and heritage, keeping their population all very happy and very healthy. They are also a capitalist country, allowing external manufacturers and MNCs to run around doing almost whatever they please (within reason), giving them one of the strongest economies in the world.

Maybe its just my traditionalist opinion though

On their culture, i'll agree, but they've hit a major slump in recent years in regards to their economy. Protectionism, corruption and high tax rates have harmed their growth and quickly brought them down from being the economic powerhouse they were in the 70s to early 90s.

Yeah, I just meant generally the way they get stuff done, not necessarily if they are executing it as well as they used to. They still have the 3rd biggest GDP anyway :D

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  • 31 Jan
 Survii

Am I high or was a load of stuff just deleted here?