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Non-Americans of ATS, are you as amused and disgusted as I am?

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posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 09:52 AM
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'ALL AMERICANS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY ADULTS' - An amusing sign I saw today outside a pub. Never before has this rung so true.


Every single American related news piece, comment section, forum or voice-piece has been soiled by a magnitude of idiocy and toxicity that I've never seen before.

Clinton supporters attacking Trump supporters, Trump supporters attacking Clinton supporters. Both as pathetic and nauseating as each other. On one hand you have the typical backwards rhetoric attacking liberalism as though it's some kind of source of evil rather than a way of balancing rights for people. Then you have the other types who cannot accept that democracy worked and even though America elected an orange idiot, he was still elected.

America likes to think of itself as being the biggest and best at everything (although nobody outside of America thinks that) - In this case you're the biggest, whiniest, pathetic country on earth right now. Threatening each other with violence and destruction. The only saving grace is that you're doing it to yourselves rather than some defenceless Middle-eastern country that can't fight back, which makes a refreshing change.

Give yourself a slap in the face. Even your views are all askew. You think Clinton is LEFT wing for christ's sake! You think socialism is evil and liberals are the source of all that is wrong with the world. Are you all so mindlessly stupid? Apparently so, judging by your wretched candidates... A billionaire man-child with absolutely no common sense vs a sociopathic war-mongering criminal who doesn't know how to send emails.

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Anyway this is directed towards all non-Americans of ATS. Are you as worried, disgusted and appalled at the toddler-esque behaviour as I am?

And before some jerk gets on his or her high-horse and tells me to 'stay out of our business if you have nothing good to say' - how about you apply that line of thinking to your global relations with other countries that you insist on ruining, interfering and destroying?

What the hell happened to you? You bunch of clowns.




posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 09:57 AM
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a reply to: mr-lizard

I'm so embarrassed that Trump is the leader of the free world.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 09:58 AM
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yea, it's all of us. Everyone.

BTW, have you guys sorted out the dental issues yet? (see how #ing ignorant that sounds)



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 09:58 AM
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lol beautiful, I'm American and that's exactly what I feel right now. I'm not liberal by the way can't forget to add that otherwise ill have people drinking me tears and saying I support Hillary



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:04 AM
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a reply to: mr-lizard



America likes to think of itself as being the biggest and best at everything

Are you able to supply a quote from America to support your claim?

If you find some US government entity saying it, it doesn't count, because I am an American and I do not agree with them.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:07 AM
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Everything is going as i expected, nothing out of the ordinary, America is showing the American way of doing things.

I'm just looking forward to the next GTA, going to be some funny #...

I will hold further judgement until things are settling down and Trump has taken his seat for a few months, but looking forward to see his master plan.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:07 AM
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a reply to: Swills

He will not be the leader of the free wold, nor is the USA regardless of the President the leader of the free world!



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:08 AM
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a reply to: mr-lizard

Us sane American citizens are trying to ignore the rest just waiting for things to calm down.

I may start complaining when he takes office and screws up, if he screws up. IMO the loss may be good for the DNC if they realize why they lost.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:11 AM
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I'm not from the U.S and I am a socialist.

The candidates were chosen during the primaries, which appears to be a bit of a crazy way of doing things, but it is how the U.S election system works. The GOP appeared to want anyone but Trump, which hi lighted how out of touch they are with their supporters. The DNC were hell bent on stopping Bernie becoming their candidate and Hillary was their choice.

If I were an American, there is no way that I would vote for Hillary, so out of the two of them, I think they have chosen the right candidate. I have questioned my thought process on this, but Hillary is part of the Establishment, whereas Trump isn't. Hillary is a Bilderberg, who would have ensured that their agenda was driven throughout all policy, Trump isn't.

Sure Trump said some nasty stuff during the campaign, but so did Hillary, not just about Trump, but his supporters.

Hillary got what she deserved, which was nothing and I think we have to be realistic here and give Trump the benefit of the doubt for now.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:14 AM
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What do u expect when the two front puppets act like spoilt children, then the rest of the nation follows suit. Im British but not proud of it either, i think both our country's are pretty messed up right now. I will be so glad when the time comes ats's new posts page isn't full of trump/hillery subjects, oh how il long for some doom porn!!



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:14 AM
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a reply to: mr-lizard

Just a pious f*** who thinks their brand of nationalistic views are not influenced by MSM.

Who thinks their views, given to them by MSM, reflect everyone in that country.

Wait a second...isn't that what we americans are accused of?

Grow up, finish your fish and chips, and remember one thing.

I seem to remember British millenials crying over Brexit. Same thing? Nahhhhh......



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:18 AM
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a reply to: mr-lizard

Why should anyone be ashamed of who was elected. Be ashamed that almost half the country is too stupid to realize that they prefer to be puppets that blindly support the goverment's corruption and criminality, rather than have Trump in charge who might actually start the criminal proceedings and clean up the mess.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:19 AM
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Look, we had a choice between a criminal and a buffoon.
I woke up and found out that an Ooompa-Loompa is now my President.

Trickle down economics was supposed to help me prior to 2008, it didn't. While I disliked Obama, I equally didn't get a free Obama Phone or any other nifty thing that was promised. His election was equally surprising.

In the grand scheme of things being one of the little people aka working poor nothing has changed. Fifty percent of Americans at any time have a President they didn't want. It's a very small percentage of Americans currently behaving badly but the MSM is focused on it.

IIRC your Brexit vote sparked some equally bad behavior.

Stereotyping any country based on a few outliers is low hanging fruit picked by pundits.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:20 AM
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originally posted by: NuncaPiensas
a reply to: mr-lizard


I seem to remember British millenials crying over Brexit. Same thing? Nahhhhh......


They still are, but it appears we were lied to by David Cameron (surprise, surprise) and now Brexit has to be debated and voted on in Parliament. There are a number of M.P's threatening to vote against Brexit, but there are not enough to stop it.

I don't know why, but I think Trump will prove to be a good President for the U.S.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:20 AM
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a reply to: mr-lizard


What the hell happened to you? You bunch of clowns.

From one american clown to the world, bite your tongue. I struggle here daily with my country men to try and wake them up or at least present the other side, the peoples side.

Don't judge us all by what you read in the paper or see on TV.
edit on 11-11-2016 by intrptr because: bb code



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:23 AM
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Brit here with ties in a few places so I see a few political systems..

The last decade has seen a massive anti US feeling in almost all countries I have been to or lived in, I think the last year of this campaign has shown that everything the "non MSM" was reporting was correct. The US like many countries had a full blown psyop happening..

I just think you need a Trump win to align everything back or hit the reset button as it where to start fresh and get your #e together..

People thought the country was bat # crazy before the Trump win anyway, that is not to say many citizens had very good points but the whole BLM crap and then the riots just showed that the social issues are massive.

The problem with the US is that everything is easy and I say that as someone that has lived with zero social care, zero Government help and a meager wage for the average person yet they hold themselves with far more self respect than the absurd wants of many Americans..

I hope this situation you find yourself in is a wake up call and a short sharp shock that you need to grow up and sort your country out..

RA



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:25 AM
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I'm not your target audience (non American) but wanted to say.. well done. I agree with everything you've written except for the fact that America is comprised of humans, all of which display the same relative behavior world-wide. This latest zeitgeist sweeping America is far from pretty though. It's embarrassing.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:25 AM
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Hi mr-lizard.

One of the good things that could hopefully come from all the craziness of the election is that some shocked Americans no longer accept their ignorance and perhaps want to take more of an active roll in their own lives rather than be blindly carried along with the flock and the herd. Events to follow this election will no doubt add to the shock as more revalations become apparent.

Clowns....yes, but the circus has now left town and the reality of a dead patch of grass with an unknown fate is all that is left.

I forsee much pain to follow for the USA, disguised and spoonfed by tptb, whoever they may be.

Beware the stupidity of Trump, beware the vengance of Clinton.

I predict a lot of trouble before things are clear for the American people, let's hope they find the wisdom to REALLY understand the meaning of freedom rather than continue to pretend to eachother with the stubborness that has led to this sham election and the crap that must inevitably follow.

Good luck to y'all. The world may laugh at you sometimes but we also watch in anticipation and hope of a new enlightened populace....or not.



posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:26 AM
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Come on its the same poeple who elected bush jr twice.

Same people who claim the rebel flag is not racist.

Same people who said obama was a muslim, dog eating communist.

It gets funnier by the day.
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posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 10:26 AM
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originally posted by: Cobaltic1978

originally posted by: NuncaPiensas
a reply to: mr-lizard


I seem to remember British millenials crying over Brexit. Same thing? Nahhhhh......


They still are, but it appears we were lied to by David Cameron (surprise, surprise) and now Brexit has to be debated and voted on in Parliament. There are a number of M.P's threatening to vote against Brexit, but there are not enough to stop it.

I don't know why, but I think Trump will prove to be a good President for the U.S.


Brexit will happen, it would be political suicide if it did not... The commons vote is just a step before they put pen to paper.




RA




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