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  1. “Brexit”

    Ahh Brexit, that awful word that strikes fear into the hearts of politicians, EU bureaucrats and French farmers. It seems like it’s been rumbling on for an age, like an old Ford Anglia, whose brakes have burnt out, again. So why am I writing about it I hear you ask. Well, partly because I’m bored and partly, because I’d like to put my point of view across. So without further ado... When I put my cross on the ballot paper on that faithful day, I didn’t know which way the wind would blow. However, one thing was for certain, democracy would show us the way, and so it turned out... kind of. The following morning I woke to learn that indeed, the British public had voted to leave the EU super bloc. I was delighted. That same day a very competent Prime Minister resigned, a true shame I thought, Mr Cameron may have been too left leaning for my liking, but he knew what he was doing. However, I cannot say the same for his replacement, our current PM, Mrs May. For now, I’ll outline my reasons for voting leave. 1. Sovereignty; Deep down, I’m a nationalist, I’m proud of my country, our history and our deep roots in promoting and defending democracy; a fact which many EU nations should be well aware off. 2. The EU; When the EEC was first devised the whole premise of the idea was to promote free trade, democracy, prosperity and political adhesion. Oh and to form a political super bloc against the Soviet Union. All good stuff. Except that’s not the case anymore, is it? Thd EU now is a nation of its own right, governed from Brussels and Berlin. It makes laws which all members MUST adhere too, it has its own bank, it’s own currency and is currently in the process of forming its own military. That is not something i want for Britain. 3. British economic interests; Right now Britain trades freely with the EU, excellent! Except it isn’t actually free. The truth is, we pay for access to the “free market” by way of substantial contributions to the EU central bank, for which the British taxpayer sees what exactly? As it stands, EU nations and particularly Germany sell more to Britain than we sell to them, this is why Germany is keen to come to an agreement on free trade after our EU exit. So why should Britain pay for such things? Surely Britain is better off trading under WTO rules than forking out billions upon billions to fund the EU gravy train. Simply put, we’ll be better off trading with the WORLD, not just the EU. 4. Common sense; I can sum up the EU in two words; rigid bureaucracy. You only have to look at the behaviour of the EU leaders and “negotiators” throughout the current Brexit talks to understand this. The EU does not want Britain to leave and why? Because they fear it’ll start an exodus. European bigwigs fear that once Britain has shown the path, others will realise that the EU is not the be all and end all and that they can survive as an independent sovereign nation. Quite frankly I could go on all week, but I feel I have said enough. So I’ll end by saying this; I hope this was thought provoking. Also to all you Finnish folks; Hyvää Itsenäisyyspäivää 100-vuotias Suomi.
  2. I know this is an sensitive topic but I like sensitive topics so here's a question: Do you support Trump? Me personally, I feel that trying to keep terrorists and illegal immigrants out of the country is a good thing that many people take out of context. Like when CNN reported that trump was "banning Muslims" when really he was banning countries with potential terrorists in them. A lot of people disrespect trump, even to go as far as a politician calling for trumps assassination. A politician. Trump gets so much disrespect just because of the words he says and what ever he does gets put down or criticized by the media. He's said bad things but haven't we all? When Trump said the "grab her by the pussy" thing, that was meant to be a personal thing to a friend. Trump wasn't even saying he was going to do that, he was giving examples of how girls don't care what you do if you're a star. At the end of the day, words only affects what is thought of you but your actions is what makes you. Trump is a man of doing which is the reason why most Americans voted for him: because he does what he says he's going to do. You can get your feelings hurt because he uses strong language, but he's going to do it. So yes, I support trump. This isn't supposed to be propaganda, but this is how I feel about trump.
  3. Politics

    I kinda want to do something different and I was wondering if anyone is interested in what's going on right now. Should we attack North Korea right now or should we wait for them to make a move? I feel that North Korea is going to soon bomb either Japan or South Korea very soon and the u.s is just waiting for the inevitable. I feel that if we catch them off guard and move troops in right now then it could save a bunch of lives in Japan/South Korea. And plus we could even send in a spy and convince the North Korean people to uprise and take the government but that's probably too late. Any thoughts?
  4. ELECTION THREAD!

    Don't act surprised, you knew this was coming. The debate forum has been dry and quiet recently, with the most interesting topics either ending derailed or closed due to a select few, so I decided it was time to make another debate to fill the void, and hopefully not get derailed. And the best debates are always heated, but respectful and civil. And do you know what people, especially Americans, are passionate about? The next President of the United States. You might wonder why a Canadian is making such a thread. Our media is flooded with this, and I've developed an interest. So I want to hear who you want to be the next POTUS and why. Have something to say about a candidate you don't want in? Why not? I'm going to lay a few ground rules, for obvious reasons. - Respect is a must. I want to keep this from being flamed up for as long as possible. - No name calling, no insult flinging, not even passive aggressiveness. We're adults here. - No being a moron. - Stay relevant, stay on task. The topic is clear. - Debate properly. Proper sourcing, etc. Consider any obviously biased news sources or the like to be invalid backing, unless you're arguing against it to prove a particular point. I don't want to hear left wing this, right wing that. Unbiased, non-opinion based, unless you're using it in conjunction with your own argument to strengthen a point and not as direct proof, or to argue against it and use it as a stepping stone to a conclusion. They Say/I Say, basic argumentative essay tactic. - This goes for unbiased technical sourcing too. Don't just post a link without arguing what that means to you, why its relevant, and using it to directly back your point. - Expect more rules to be added depending on how this thread goes. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, unless they're deliberately being ignorant, or if they refuse to acknowledge evidence against them and whine about it. See debating rulings above, said tactics are also a good proper form for counter-rebuttals. I have no intention of closing the thread, and I want it to stay on track. If someone is disobeying the rules relayed above, feel free to call them out on it once and urge them to debate properly, and should they continue I will put in a request to have them removed from this specific topic. For those wondering, I am feeling the Bern. Take issue with it? Tell me why! Agree? Tell me why! On your mark! Get set! DEBATE ON!!!
  5. Which drugs should be legal?

    Justin Trudeau - our totally dreamy Prime Minister up here in Canada - was elected on a platform of legalizing, taxing, and regulating marijuana. Meanwhile, Washington and Colorado beat us to the punch and seem to have had a lot of success with their own legalization initiatives. Should other states and countries follow suit and legalize marijuana? If marijuana should be legal, should that be the last drug to be legalized? Where do you draw the line on which drugs should be legal, or do you think that all drugs should be legal? If you think that all drugs should be legal, how do you picture that working out? Do you think that the government should take a total hands-off approach and let the free market sort it out? Or should the government step in and regulate the production and sale of some drugs? Should any of this have any effect on prescription drugs that are commonly used recreationally? How do you feel about the inevitable designer recreational drugs from pharmaceutical companies? Conversely, if you think it's the duty of the government to decide what people can put in their bodies, what's your justification for that, where do you draw the line, and are you optimistic about ever eliminating drug abuse?
  6. As a joke, and because he got them for free someplace, one of my friends gave me a couple t-shirts supporting a politician I hate. I want to make a video of myself peeing on the t-shirts, and post it like I do my others, but I'm not sure if I'd get in legal trouble. Anyone out there know?
  7. Political Stance of Omo Org?

    New poll! Where do you stand politically? A for conservative, B for libertarian, C for Republican (They're actually technically just right wing liberals), D for Democrats, E for Socialists, F for Anarchists (Guilty as charged, baby!), G for Communist, H For Centralist, Or I for other (explain). I want to see the main politics of my main community! If you don't yet know, you can just take this quiz (http://www.politicalcompass.org/) and post results. It put me radical down and leaning to the right from the y axis so I'm an Individualist Anarchist.
  8. It's a simple enough question. Who would you want to see as president? All official polls aside, I'd like to see what results I can get here. Feel free to also include why you think such and such would be a better president. Personally, I'm not in favor of either Obama or Romney, I think they're both terrible in a number of areas. My vote would have went for Ron Paul, the only one of the candidates that isn't a complete moron to me.