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crazy US mentality, just insane or what ???

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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 03:54 AM
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listen, this is way too stupid !!!
nice girl, Taylor Corley, alias Taylor Stone, cheerleader, Mississippi State University, has to quit her job because of being in Playboy !!!
ouahouahouah

stupid american mentality, there they prefer free guns instead of free beauty

you know, when I read all about USA, I am glad to live in Europ !!!!
///snip///
want to know what you think about !!!
up there in USA freedom is just only all about guns and robbery and greed and $$$$ freaking but never about good vibes or just nice living or good food ( thanks Monsanto frankencrazy food and BP poisonous fish
)
you up there are being pushed into the mad vibes : all real HUMAN feelings and behaviour become INSANE and all schizo parano Monsanto BP neo-con behaviour become the normality !!!
Keep an eye up there, your freedom is just the one neo-cons want you to have !!!!
Peace - keep cool - drink a good Belgian beer !!!



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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 03:58 AM
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Some of the earliest English-speaking colonists in America were ill-tempered, puritanical religious extremists who wore belt buckles on their heads and publicly whipped people who danced.

The general culture hasn't changed all that much since the seventeenth century, really. Just the fashion sense.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:03 AM
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Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
reply to post by Sunlionspirit
 


Some of the earliest English-speaking colonists in America were ill-tempered, puritanical religious extremists who wore belt buckles on their heads and publicly whipped people who danced.

The general culture hasn't changed all that much since the seventeenth century, really. Just the fashion sense.


A star for ya, TheWalkingFox. I agree. The mentality
in the USA is still quite puritanical.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:05 AM
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just want to add : YES yes I find this is political !!!!
this is all about freedoms, the ones you have ( lol - what kind ??? ) and the ones you don't and can destroy your humanity or human feelings or job or whatever !!!

up there ( here also you know ... ) you have all PORN available, industrial porn
, child porn, pedo porn, come on, get on your job and blow it but when you get into just human feelings and behaviour you get into trouble man !!!
all what is FREE human behaviour and feelings is not authorized, all what is industrial capitalist $$$ greed neo-con behaviour is just ok man
crazy society, crazy schizo community ....
pitty is here in Europ we are going that way also, little by little, we have to be carefull !!
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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:26 AM
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While you were laughing at America. I was reading about Belgian law. I am assuming that this is where you live from the beer remark. I found some interesting articles in your constitution. Mainly this.


Articles 19 to 21 guarantee the freedom of religion. Article 19 protects the freedom of religion and the right to exercise it publicly. It also guarantees the freedom of speech by stipulating that everyone has the right to express his or her opinion freely. However, Article 19 also determines that abuses of these freedoms can be punished, a principle which is controversially applied in the Belgian Holocaust denial law, which made it an offence to publicly "deny, minimise, justify or approve of the genocide committed by the German National Socialist regime during the Second World War

en.wikipedia.org...

It seems that someone is "brain washed" by their own media propaganda. Let me point that out again for you.


It also guarantees the freedom of speech by stipulating that everyone has the right to express his or her opinion freely. However, Article 19 also determines that abuses of these freedoms can be punished


Keep on a laughing there fella. I did some research into your "rights" there is more in the fine print if you read it. Or is this all you read about.



nice girl, Taylor Corley, alias Taylor Stone, cheerleader, Mississippi State University, has to quit her job because of being in Playboy


To tell you the truth I live in The U.S. and I have never heard of this young lady. So carry on in your own little world of denial. These articles are made to keep your mind off of the real issues. It looks like it is working well in your country.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:28 AM
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Dude talk crap about your own country don't just come on here and crumb all over mine. Did you forget what BP stands for as it is not an American corporation.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:30 AM
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The US has laws against libel, slander, incitement, intimidation, and perjury. These are "abuses of free speech." Do try to keep up, bucklehead.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:38 AM
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Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
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The US has laws against libel, slander, incitement, intimidation, and perjury. These are "abuses of free speech." Do try to keep up, bucklehead.


I am aware of this. I was only pointing out to the op that maybe if he/she would spend more time..............

Oh the hell with it. I took the time to research some info. You are obviously mad at something to stoop to call me a bucklehead. What it that anyway?

I came on the op's thread to maybe have a good debate with data to back it up. You are rude and awfully trollish. This is the remark you leave? Really........



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:41 AM
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slander, incitement, intimidation, and perjury. These are "abuses of free speech lol So you think its ok to lie about someone such as slander. I could say publicly that your a murderer without proof or ruin your career by falsely testifying that you stole from your job. I should be able to incite a mob of people to kill someone or intimidate a person though words to give up the deed to their house lol grow up there has to be some rules to it



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:51 AM
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This post is so ignorant, and stupid, that it doesn't deserve a proper reply. Specially coming from a guy living in an artificially created "country", that can't even form a government; a "country" responsible for the most brutal genocide in African History. A "country" that has no actual sovereignty, and that the majority of the population wants to disband...

What a truly sad, and perverted, example of "Euro-Trash" ignorance, and stupidity...



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:00 AM
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Originally posted by pcrobotwolf
reply to post by Sunlionspirit
 


Dude talk crap about your own country don't just come on here and crumb all over mine. Did you forget what BP stands for as it is not an American corporation.

hey man, keep cool, you may crumb all over mine also, do it do it !!! it will not make me feel angry

we all have the same ennemy you know : the powers in place, the capitalist ones !!
so, we are all in the same stupid game, but I think it is some more stupid up there in USA



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:03 AM
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LOl you are dead on. This guy writes his post like some kind of retarded haiku poem and instead of using animation avatars as a way make a point he abuses them to make his whole post look childish



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:06 AM
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Originally posted by CerBeRus666
This post is so ignorant, and stupid, that it doesn't deserve a proper reply. Specially coming from a guy living in an artificially created "country", that can't even form a government; a "country" responsible for the most brutal genocide in African History. A "country" that has no actual sovereignty, and that the majority of the population wants to disband...

What a truly sad, and perverted, example of "Euro-Trash" ignorance, and stupidity...


just tell you this : fire it up man !!! getting interesting now !
so, you find it normal that up there at yours society is so hypocritical ???
just tell you this also : we all have the same ennemy : capitalist powers, neo-con Cheney- Rumsfeld-Bush-Rove etc powers that want us to live in fear !!
nice to meet you, wonder you get so excited by my opinion about US hypocrisy !?
by the way, here in Europ we have our own problems also, but life is still a bit more HUMAN !!!!



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:11 AM
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Originally posted by liejunkie01
While you were laughing at America. I was reading about Belgian law. I am assuming that this is where you live from the beer remark. I found some interesting articles in your constitution. Mainly this.


Articles 19 to 21 guarantee the freedom of religion. Article 19 protects the freedom of religion and the right to exercise it publicly. It also guarantees the freedom of speech by stipulating that everyone has the right to express his or her opinion freely. However, Article 19 also determines that abuses of these freedoms can be punished, a principle which is controversially applied in the Belgian Holocaust denial law, which made it an offence to publicly "deny, minimise, justify or approve of the genocide committed by the German National Socialist regime during the Second World War

en.wikipedia.org...

It seems that someone is "brain washed" by their own media propaganda. Let me point that out again for you.


It also guarantees the freedom of speech by stipulating that everyone has the right to express his or her opinion freely. However, Article 19 also determines that abuses of these freedoms can be punished


Keep on a laughing there fella. I did some research into your "rights" there is more in the fine print if you read it. Or is this all you read about.



nice girl, Taylor Corley, alias Taylor Stone, cheerleader, Mississippi State University, has to quit her job because of being in Playboy


To tell you the truth I live in The U.S. and I have never heard of this young lady. So carry on in your own little world of denial. These articles are made to keep your mind off of the real issues. It looks like it is working well in your country.

yes I am laughing at America, may I ?? you may laugh at Europ you know !!!
let's laugh together because it's just human and good for a healthy life !!!
no stress !
maybe in future we may not laugh any longer !



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:14 AM
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Originally posted by Sunlionspirit

Originally posted by pcrobotwolf
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Dude talk crap about your own country don't just come on here and crumb all over mine. Did you forget what BP stands for as it is not an American corporation.

hey man, keep cool, you may crumb all over mine also, do it do it !!! it will not make me feel angry

we all have the same ennemy you know : the powers in place, the capitalist ones !!
so, we are all in the same stupid game, but I think it is some more stupid up there in USA
I'am not against capitalism i do not believe it is a flawed system. i think it has taken a very long time for people to destroy what it first stood for and should stand for. Ps i don't take the fact that my countries founding principles are being crapped on funny in anyway. Too many people have died to protect those rights or risked their lives to give me that right and for that they deserve my respect. So you can see why this isn't a laughing matter. I think most of my country is waking up to the jingoistic "you might want to look that word up" nature of our government as a tool to get only the elite richer this isn't what our country stands for and it is being corrupted. So when you mock our country for its laws without knowing what the true intent was behind it, it makes people like me want kick you teeth in. But hey I'm not violent so i will just tell you off.
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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:21 AM
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right man, right, some problems here also !
but here we do not like people denying historical truth ....
because we really know about fascism ....
so, because not all 100 % of people are clever to understand history and truth it's better to defend ourselves against talking about not-historical blabla !
you know, denying history is denying humanity !
too much manipulation of history is bad for everybody ! so, yes, some circuitbreakers are sometimes necessary to protect history from falsification .....

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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:24 AM
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If you where a bit more careful, or knowledgeable, you would see I'm posting from Lisbon/Sintra, Portugal. So, I am not "up There". To you, I am "down here"...I also know your "lovely" country, and most of Europe, Asia, and North America...

As for your political views: we would only have the same enemies if I where to become my own enemy...

I'm not a couch-potato, in the habit of giving opinions about things I know nothing about



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:31 AM
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Originally posted by pcrobotwolf
reply to post by Sunlionspirit
 


Dude talk crap about your own country don't just come on here and crumb all over mine. Did you forget what BP stands for as it is not an American corporation.


The world is an international stage these days matey, ATS is certainly international.

Simply because someone is not a citizen of a country, does not mean they cannot pass comment or express opinion about that country.

You never passed comment or opinion, positive or negative about any other country on Earth then?

Maybe you need to reign the hypocrisy/xenophobia in a bit? What do you reckon?



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:36 AM
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Originally posted by CerBeRus666
This post is so ignorant, and stupid, that it doesn't deserve a proper reply. Specially coming from a guy living in an artificially created "country", that can't even form a government; a "country" responsible for the most brutal genocide in African History. A "country" that has no actual sovereignty, and that the majority of the population wants to disband...

What a truly sad, and perverted, example of "Euro-Trash" ignorance, and stupidity...


EURO- trash ??? you know, I prefer my Euro-trash to your Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld_Rove-9/11 trash !
we all have our own problems, but up there at yours it is not easy to know what you still may do or not !!
you may walk around with lots of guns all over your body to TRY to feel secure
but you may not take photos for Playboy without being pushed aside ..... but you may enjoy PORN all over in Las Vegas etc ... but you may not take photos for playboy ??
lots of laws, lots of stupid laws !



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:37 AM
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Originally posted by TheWalkingFox
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The US has laws against libel, slander, incitement, intimidation, and perjury. These are "abuses of free speech." Do try to keep up, bucklehead.


Hmmm true.

When are we going to see the US authorities arrest that dumb cow Palin and the others that were inciting people to commit murder against Julian Assange, i wonder?

They may have the laws, but of course they are only effective if they are enforced...Palin hasn't been arrested as far as i can tell, or even officially questioned in relation to her comments (it's not just her either), nor has anyone else who openly called for Assange to be killed.




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