|cognitivedissonance - 2016-10-17 |
There's nothing I hate more than Illinois Nazis.
|fedex - 2016-10-17 |
I think that's Trump holding the flag at :35
|Ersatz - 2016-10-17 |
Like many countries, the USA experimented with some radical ideologies in its teen years, going through a pro-Nazi phase when it was 16 decades old. It did some heavy experimenting with drugs at 19 decades old, before settling into a routine of getting drunk and starting ill-advised fights in its early 20-decades.
so now we're in our mid 20s, fucking anything that moves and trying to get rich quick?
|The Mothership - 2016-10-17 |
Say what you want about the tenets of national socialism, at least it's an ethos.
|Nominal - 2016-10-18 |
The south gets a rap for having the shittiest people in the country, but a strong case could be made for New Jersey and Long Island.
New York has the most consistently shitty people who rise to real life killing power in America. Out of six politicians, five will be caught being criminals in America and the other will rise to commit crimes against the planet.
Do you know which evil anti-life hack such as myself first gave me the horrible lie that a New York politician can be less than Jesus? Rachel Maddow.
But hey, she must have just fallen for another of my lies.
Nothing to see here.
Indeed Albany politics are so corrupt as to legitimately warrant such words as "epic" and "legendary". That said, those people are professionals. If shitty things are happening, you follow the money and it becomes clear what's what. Here, plenty of fucked up shit occurs, yet when you follow the money, you end up empty handed more often than not. That's just plain scary.
All this to say, rule by the corrupt is bad, but rule by the incompetent is just so much worse...
|Binro the Heretic - 2016-10-18 |
Hell, the whole eugenics thing started in the US. The vast majority of Americans really didn't give a shit about what Hitler was doing because they were trying to do much the same thing.
Look up Walter Plecker of Virginia.
|cognitivedissonance - 2016-10-18 |
Yeah, the German-American Bund was serious business. Do you really think they changed their opinions when the war happened? Naw. it melded with the New Thought culture and it's still with us.
|exy - 2016-10-18 |
Did anyone in this video NOT go on to become a member of Congress?
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