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Ruanaidh

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #180 on: September 23, 2016, 05:58:17 PM »
Said the convict

He's pointed out a few times what his background is.

And that ain't it
Haha it's only emblazoned all over my moniker and profile....not to mention; as you have kindly pointed out - many previous posts. But hey, I'm sounding a bit hubristic now..Time to pull my head in.

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #181 on: September 24, 2016, 12:10:49 AM »
No meltdown. Cool as a cucumber over here

I just was trying to point out half this country was sent here for stealing a cabbage

Bitch of the poms, now bitch o the seppos. Not quite sure how patriotism is saving us from imperialist inbreds
A failed attempt at a racist slur....that shows your triggering proclivity. Present some facts to support your arguments and try to bridle your injured ego.

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #182 on: September 24, 2016, 08:03:16 AM »
No meltdown. Cool as a cucumber over here

I just was trying to point out half this country was sent here for stealing a cabbage

Bitch of the poms, now bitch o the seppos. Not quite sure how patriotism is saving us from imperialist inbreds
A failed attempt at a racist slur....that shows your triggering proclivity. Present some facts to support your arguments and try to bridle your injured ego.

Prepare for articles from the deep dark internet with no validity and probably contradict itself, but it's important to focus on the part he wants us all to believe
Often, and apparently wrongly, attributed to  Churchill is the saying: "A young man who isn't a Socialist hasn't got a heart; an old man who is still a Socialist hasn't got a head". These days I would substitute Socialist with SJW.  Reading the history of the Spanish civil war circa 1936 cured me of any Socialist delusions. The great man George Orwell who was a participant articulates his political metamorphism via his analogous novels and first hand accounts from the period.

Personally, I pursued an investigation into liberty movements throughout history and became a Libertarian. Personal freedom, warts and all, is always better than any centralised dictate. The American model underpinned by the Constitution and its Amendments embodies for the most part my position. This is extremely ironic as I railed against the yanks in my youth and rightfully so. They were steered away from their founding traditions by the psychopathic Military Industrial Complex.

To bring this rant back to the topic at hand: The right to "bear arms". I would remind people that the 2nd Amendment is there to (among other purposes) protect the 1st Amendment.

I am a strong supporter of Trump who  I see as a step in the right direction. Not because he embodies my beliefs in their entirety but because arriving in his wake there are people who do.😉


 
 

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #183 on: September 24, 2016, 08:15:16 AM »
No meltdown. Cool as a cucumber over here

I just was trying to point out half this country was sent here for stealing a cabbage

Bitch of the poms, now bitch o the seppos. Not quite sure how patriotism is saving us from imperialist inbreds
A failed attempt at a racist slur....that shows your triggering proclivity. Present some facts to support your arguments and try to bridle your injured ego.

Prepare for articles from the deep dark internet with no validity and probably contradict itself, but it's important to focus on the part he wants us all to believe
Often, and apparently wrongly, attributed to  Churchill is the saying: "A young man who isn't a Socialist hasn't got a heart; an old man who is still a Socialist hasn't got a head". These days I would substitute Socialist with SJW.  Reading the history of the Spanish civil war circa 1936 cured me of any Socialist delusions. The great man George Orwell who was a first hand witness articulates his political metamorphism via his analogous novels and first hand accounts from the period.

Personally, I pursued an investigation into liberty movements throughout history and became a Libertarian. Personal freedom, warts and all, is always better than any centralised dictate. The American model underpinned by the Constitution and its Amendments embodies for the most part my position. This is extremely ironic as I railed against the yanks in my youth and rightfully so. They were steered away from their founding traditions by the psychopathic Military Industrial Complex.

I am a strong supporter of Trump who  I see as a step in the right direction. Not because he embodies my beliefs in their entirety but because arriving in his wake there are people who do.😉

Respectfully, you could have ended up at, more or less, the same conclusion and substituted Bush for Trump.

I see clinton as the lesser of two evils although i wouldnt vote for either.

But i digress.

Do you think this psychopathic military industrial complex has gotton worse over the last 20-30 years? I would also like to ask whos interests do you think they are serving?

Is it still 'we the people'?
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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #184 on: September 24, 2016, 08:25:06 AM »
No meltdown. Cool as a cucumber over here

I just was trying to point out half this country was sent here for stealing a cabbage

Bitch of the poms, now bitch o the seppos. Not quite sure how patriotism is saving us from imperialist inbreds
A failed attempt at a racist slur....that shows your triggering proclivity. Present some facts to support your arguments and try to bridle your injured ego.

Prepare for articles from the deep dark internet with no validity and probably contradict itself, but it's important to focus on the part he wants us all to believe
Often, and apparently wrongly, attributed to  Churchill is the saying: "A young man who isn't a Socialist hasn't got a heart; an old man who is still a Socialist hasn't got a head". These days I would substitute Socialist with SJW.  Reading the history of the Spanish civil war circa 1936 cured me of any Socialist delusions. The great man George Orwell who was a first hand witness articulates his political metamorphism via his analogous novels and first hand accounts from the period.

Personally, I pursued an investigation into liberty movements throughout history and became a Libertarian. Personal freedom, warts and all, is always better than any centralised dictate. The American model underpinned by the Constitution and its Amendments embodies for the most part my position. This is extremely ironic as I railed against the yanks in my youth and rightfully so. They were steered away from their founding traditions by the psychopathic Military Industrial Complex.

I am a strong supporter of Trump who  I see as a step in the right direction. Not because he embodies my beliefs in their entirety but because arriving in his wake there are people who do.😉

Respectfully, you could have ended up at, more or less, the same conclusion and substituted Bush for Trump.

I see clinton as the lesser of two evils although i wouldnt vote for either.

But i digress.

Do you think this psychopathic military industrial complex has gotton worse over the last 20-30 years? I would also like to ask whos interests do you think they are serving?

Is it still 'we the people'?
Dooks there is no comparison between Bush and Trump other than the fact that they have both used the GOP as their political vehicle. We all know who the MIC are serving. "Cui Bono" is the key. They have held sway since the end of WW2.

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #185 on: September 24, 2016, 08:55:28 AM »
Ruana - a failed racial slur against Australians, something I am quite entitled to do as an australian, according the last vilification meeting 
Then he grabbed two chopsticks and stuck them in his mouth , pretending to be a walrus

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #186 on: September 24, 2016, 08:57:36 AM »
No meltdown. Cool as a cucumber over here

I just was trying to point out half this country was sent here for stealing a cabbage

Bitch of the poms, now bitch o the seppos. Not quite sure how patriotism is saving us from imperialist inbreds
A failed attempt at a racist slur....that shows your triggering proclivity. Present some facts to support your arguments and try to bridle your injured ego.

Prepare for articles from the deep dark internet with no validity and probably contradict itself, but it's important to focus on the part he wants us all to believe
Often, and apparently wrongly, attributed to  Churchill is the saying: "A young man who isn't a Socialist hasn't got a heart; an old man who is still a Socialist hasn't got a head". These days I would substitute Socialist with SJW.  Reading the history of the Spanish civil war circa 1936 cured me of any Socialist delusions. The great man George Orwell who was a first hand witness articulates his political metamorphism via his analogous novels and first hand accounts from the period.

Personally, I pursued an investigation into liberty movements throughout history and became a Libertarian. Personal freedom, warts and all, is always better than any centralised dictate. The American model underpinned by the Constitution and its Amendments embodies for the most part my position. This is extremely ironic as I railed against the yanks in my youth and rightfully so. They were steered away from their founding traditions by the psychopathic Military Industrial Complex.

I am a strong supporter of Trump who  I see as a step in the right direction. Not because he embodies my beliefs in their entirety but because arriving in his wake there are people who do.😉

Respectfully, you could have ended up at, more or less, the same conclusion and substituted Bush for Trump.

I see clinton as the lesser of two evils although i wouldnt vote for either.

But i digress.

Do you think this psychopathic military industrial complex has gotton worse over the last 20-30 years? I would also like to ask whos interests do you think they are serving?

Is it still 'we the people'?
Dooks there is no comparison between Bush and Trump other than the fact that they have both used the GOP as their political vehicle. We all know who the MIC are serving. "Cui Bono" is the key. They have held sway since the end of WW2.

We'll have agree to disagree on the first sentence. Both for mine were/are more Libertarians than their democratic rivals.

So what is the way to deconstruct the power and influence basis of who the MIC are serving? Would Sanders have beeen the better option through a social democracy and using the taxation system (for example), or does the answer lay more right of the spectrum?
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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #187 on: September 24, 2016, 11:40:30 AM »
George Soros is a far bigger threat to the world than ISIS, Clinton or Trump.... :shh
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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #188 on: September 24, 2016, 02:33:40 PM »
George Soros is a far bigger threat to the world than ISIS, Clinton or Trump.... :shh
Agreed

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #189 on: September 24, 2016, 02:37:04 PM »
Ruana - a failed racial slur against Australians, something I am quite entitled to do as an australian, according the last vilification meeting
C'mon buddy. It was an adhominen attack based on your slack perception that I was from convict stock. Just admit you were wrong and move on. Btw I am only annoyed at the post because you were lazy. Throw an Irish based Jibe at me and i'll cop it sweet. .......or not.
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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #190 on: September 24, 2016, 03:03:31 PM »
No meltdown. Cool as a cucumber over here

I just was trying to point out half this country was sent here for stealing a cabbage

Bitch of the poms, now bitch o the seppos. Not quite sure how patriotism is saving us from imperialist inbreds
A failed attempt at a racist slur....that shows your triggering proclivity. Present some facts to support your arguments and try to bridle your injured ego.

Prepare for articles from the deep dark internet with no validity and probably contradict itself, but it's important to focus on the part he wants us all to believe
Often, and apparently wrongly, attributed to  Churchill is the saying: "A young man who isn't a Socialist hasn't got a heart; an old man who is still a Socialist hasn't got a head". These days I would substitute Socialist with SJW.  Reading the history of the Spanish civil war circa 1936 cured me of any Socialist delusions. The great man George Orwell who was a first hand witness articulates his political metamorphism via his analogous novels and first hand accounts from the period.

Personally, I pursued an investigation into liberty movements throughout history and became a Libertarian. Personal freedom, warts and all, is always better than any centralised dictate. The American model underpinned by the Constitution and its Amendments embodies for the most part my position. This is extremely ironic as I railed against the yanks in my youth and rightfully so. They were steered away from their founding traditions by the psychopathic Military Industrial Complex.

I am a strong supporter of Trump who  I see as a step in the right direction. Not because he embodies my beliefs in their entirety but because arriving in his wake there are people who do.😉

Respectfully, you could have ended up at, more or less, the same conclusion and substituted Bush for Trump.

I see clinton as the lesser of two evils although i wouldnt vote for either.

But i digress.

Do you think this psychopathic military industrial complex has gotton worse over the last 20-30 years? I would also like to ask whos interests do you think they are serving?

Is it still 'we the people'?
Dooks there is no comparison between Bush and Trump other than the fact that they have both used the GOP as their political vehicle. We all know who the MIC are serving. "Cui Bono" is the key. They have held sway since the end of WW2.

We'll have agree to disagree on the first sentence. Both for mine were/are more Libertarians than their democratic rivals.

So what is the way to deconstruct the power and influence basis of who the MIC are serving? Would Sanders have beeen the better option through a social democracy and using the taxation system (for example), or does the answer lay more right of the spectrum?
Yes we will disagree on that characterisation.As for the solution and I  will not be exhaustive as It really is for another thread:
1/ Cease the expeditionary wars which are a Clinton/Bush construct on behalf of the MIC sold as "Liberal Interventions"
2/ Devise a template for all things Military whereby their unison with the best interests of Australian citizens and egalitarianism is tested and fortified.
3/ Cease immigration from areas where inhabitants do not accept secular principles
4/ Remove ourselves from UN agreements.
5/ Develop pacts with countries that represent or aspire to western traditions

That's a start I suppose. I know it only relates to the MIC part of your question but the economics I would recommend needs more time to explain than I can proffer today. Doggies game coming up😀 Needless to say I despise Sanders. He is more dangerous than Killary imo...and that is saying something.

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Re: Americans and their guns
« Reply #191 on: October 01, 2016, 09:51:46 AM »

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