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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    i believe in taking the good from all. capitalism itself isn't bad but what is being "allowed" in it is. you take the good from all different ideologies and you have a much better system. Look at EU, East Asia.
    I think you would be frowned upon from all radical groups


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    if so then they don't have knowledge. you said in the OP yourself, stupidity is the problem...for me, it's more like naiveness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    if so then they don't have knowledge. you said in the OP yourself, stupidity is the problem...for me, it's more like naiveness.
    well radicalism of any fashion is a twisted viewpoint to begin with. some people call them "rigid constructionalists" (may not be the right word there) but I think it's just a twisted viewpoint. u can take anything to the extreme, and they do.
    the only point i would like to make against myself (lol) is with Islamic radicals. I've read the Quran and it does say some of the stuff they portray. besides the kill the infidels line, THAT one is taken out of context, or the first part of the verse is left out. my viewpoint of Islamic radicals is tht they're strict rigid Islamists who don't want anything to change. they want it to be just like Mohammed said, nothing more or less. ur thoughts?


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    Quote Originally Posted by KnotGamer901 View Post
    well radicalism of any fashion is a twisted viewpoint to begin with. some people call them "rigid constructionalists" (may not be the right word there) but I think it's just a twisted viewpoint. u can take anything to the extreme, and they do.
    the only point i would like to make against myself (lol) is with Islamic radicals. I've read the Quran and it does say some of the stuff they portray. besides the kill the infidels line, THAT one is taken out of context, or the first part of the verse is left out. my viewpoint of Islamic radicals is tht they're strict rigid Islamists who don't want anything to change. they want it to be just like Mohammed said, nothing more or less. ur thoughts?


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    lol you know I'm a Muslim so you're baiting me into this all i'll say about that is that just like anything else, a scripture can be used as a weapon.

    the scripture itself isn't commanding them to do this but they are using it as a way to inspire themselves. just like a person can read "catcher in the rye" and be inspired to kill someone.

    the Assault weapon wasn't to blame, it was the person who started to use it to kill others. we don't ban the assault weapon, we try to find the solution from the core.

    and Muslim radicals aren't the only radicals out there, but trust me, you don't want me to get into that, you won't like me much after it.

    the reality is that there are radicals all over the world and the people fighting against one another are nothing more than pawns.

    yes i do agree with you, radicalism of any kind isn't good. just like extreme socialism or extreme communism. a mix of all of good parts of these ideologies is the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    lol you know I'm a Muslim so you're baiting me into this all i'll say about that is that just like anything else, a scripture can be used as a weapon.

    the scripture itself isn't commanding them to do this but they are using it as a way to inspire themselves. just like a person can read "catcher in the rye" and be inspired to kill someone.

    the Assault weapon wasn't to blame, it was the person who started to use it to kill others. we don't ban the assault weapon, we try to find the solution from the core.

    and Muslim radicals aren't the only radicals out there, but trust me, you don't want me to get into that, you won't like me much after it.

    the reality is that there are radicals all over the world and the people fighting against one another are nothing more than pawns.

    yes i do agree with you, radicalism of any kind isn't good. just like extreme socialism or extreme communism. a mix of all of good parts of these ideologies is the way to go.
    number 1 I didn't know u were muslim, sorry for instigating a sore subject.
    number 2 I agree there are radicals EVERYWHERE, I am way too educated to be mad at u posing an intellectual point to a discussion so if u want to disclose, let's talk.
    number 3 I agree with you. I think a mix of all would be great, but the problem would be finding the balance. and that noone would ever want to do it, majority anyways.

    I also agree that the scripture isn't commanding them to do it, that's why I was trying to say with my saying they take the one famous verse out of context or leave out the beginning part of it.


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    The biased job market and the false hope it gives
    The fact that people complained about xbox one enough to get ms to change the policy but that quite a bit of people dont care enough to get some of these politicians out of office
    The rioters over the zimmerman case but nothing like that happend over Casey Anthony's little girl.
    The government for bailing out the auto industry, and the banks but the working man is told to go $#@! themselves.
    the middle class is dissapearing and most of the rich are getting even more rich.
    people fear their government when it should be the other way around. ( apply the xbox one approach)
    inflation of prices with bull$#@!/or no/ no good reasons..such as " it was a bad winter last year, the farmers have to raise the price of peanut butter." or Obama is taking our guns away so bullets have to cost 40 dollars."
    that laws and statutes get interpreted in different ways by different people and somtimes spun around.
    that a lot of kids are so spoiled and so clueless and weakminded that they kill themselves over being bullied over facebook...no body with sense gives a $#@! about facebook, just an fyi

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    1. yea i figured you didn't know but then i thought, maybe you had seen my previous flag (which was of Pakistan) and 97% people in Pakistan are muslims. bad assumption on my part but i was taking a chance, maybe you had seen one of my posts. but being a muslim doesn't mean that I'm going to blatantly against all non-muslims. i have no interest in that, in fact, my interest lies with wanting to unite everyone and find the real culprits of what causes us to divide.

    2. thank you, i'm glad you understand. i would've liked but the like button is broken, and i have to spread around my rep lol. this subject is pretty intense and large but overall i will say that the idea of calling one group radical over another is part of this global war. if someone attacked america tomorrow, we'll see hundreds of thousands of radicals/militia here as well that would want to defend their country (but the global wars are much more than that, the simple version is what i'm explaining here). and it is very well possible as well that certain groups here would disagree with the other and say that the other is working with the enemy or that the new government set by the invaders is unfair and you will have none of that. that's one way to create a civil war.

    in the end, you have to realize that it is circumstances that drives these pawns to do certain things and religion is being used as a basis of dehumanizing them. people might think that Islam is being attacked right now, which is mostly true but the real truth is that all religions are being attacked right now (Christianity mostly). Christianity has always been under attack here but even more so in the recent years...coincidence?

    let me go back a little bit. so we're wiping out taliban because they were harsh? because they had public executions? i wonder if that has something to do with being a lawless land? possibly due to centuries of invasions? i think they deserve some time off to get their $#@! together.

    guess what people would've done to Zimmerman if there was no law here. and notice how people are willing have someone executed for wrongdoing...so that we don't waste tax dollars.

    again, it's circumstances that makes us seem more civilized than others. in essense, we're all the same and some of us, if not more, have radial thinking.

    people blame religion for all these wars...ok do you think if we took out religion tomorrow, these wars would come to a halt? of course not. it all goes back to my statement about religion being used as a weapon and then there are people who want to tell us that religion is the problem. it's the perfect set up to keep the global war economy going on. who is benefiting from all this? those are the culprits.

    i really hope that someday we can put a stop to all these politics but i end up thinking that it's better to just not go into it and just say, ignorance is bliss. live your life to the best of your ability and that's all you can do.

    3. balance would mean that humans aren't capable of being corrupt so yea, you take what you get lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    1. yea i figured you didn't know but then i thought, maybe you had seen my previous flag (which was of Pakistan) and 97% people in Pakistan are muslims. bad assumption on my part but i was taking a chance, maybe you had seen one of my posts. but being a muslim doesn't mean that I'm going to blatantly against all non-muslims. i have no interest in that, in fact, my interest lies with wanting to unite everyone and find the real culprits of what causes us to divide.

    2. thank you, i'm glad you understand. i would've liked but the like button is broken, and i have to spread around my rep lol. this subject is pretty intense and large but overall i will say that the idea of calling one group radical over another is part of this global war. if someone attacked america tomorrow, we'll see hundreds of thousands of radicals/militia here as well that would want to defend their country (but the global wars are much more than that, the simple version is what i'm explaining here). and it is very well possible as well that certain groups here would disagree with the other and say that the other is working with the enemy or that the new government set by the invaders is unfair and you will have none of that. that's one way to create a civil war.

    in the end, you have to realize that it is circumstances that drives these pawns to do certain things and religion is being used as a basis of dehumanizing them. people might think that Islam is being attacked right now, which is mostly true but the real truth is that all religions are being attacked right now (Christianity mostly). Christianity has always been under attack here but even more so in the recent years...coincidence?

    let me go back a little bit. so we're wiping out taliban because they were harsh? because they had public executions? i wonder if that has something to do with being a lawless land? possibly due to centuries of invasions? i think they deserve some time off to get their $#@! together.

    guess what people would've done to Zimmerman if there was no law here. and notice how people are willing have someone executed for wrongdoing...so that we don't waste tax dollars.

    again, it's circumstances that makes us seem more civilized than others. in essense, we're all the same and some of us, if not more, have radial thinking.

    people blame religion for all these wars...ok do you think if we took out religion tomorrow, these wars would come to a halt? of course not. it all goes back to my statement about religion being used as a weapon and then there are people who want to tell us that religion is the problem. it's the perfect set up to keep the global war economy going on. who is benefiting from all this? those are the culprits.

    i really hope that someday we can put a stop to all these politics but i end up thinking that it's better to just not go into it and just say, ignorance is bliss. live your life to the best of your ability and that's all you can do.

    3. balance would mean that humans aren't capable of being corrupt so yea, you take what you get lol.
    as long as humans inhabit this earth or any other planet for that matter, wars will never cease. they will be no perfect harmony. and like u said, religions is just being used for that. Christianity has in fact been under attack in recent years and like you stated, I don't believe that's a coincidence.

    as for another point you made, we are no better than anyone in a third world country. the only difference between us and them, are materialistic items. we still think, we still react, we still protect. and most people will still launch like a pack of wolves at something or somebody they don't agree with. sure the law's here so that keeps it enduring in peace and order, but if it wasnt, Zimmerman would've been dead quicker than he could said no.

    I do remember seeing a previous post or two of yours tht might've hinted at it but I don't think you ever mentioned it outright. and no, I didnt see the flag.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KnotGamer901 View Post
    as long as humans inhabit this earth or any other planet for that matter, wars will never cease. they will be no perfect harmony. and like u said, religions is just being used for that. Christianity has in fact been under attack in recent years and like you stated, I don't believe that's a coincidence.

    as for another point you made, we are no better than anyone in a third world country. the only difference between us and them, are materialistic items. we still think, we still react, we still protect. and most people will still launch like a pack of wolves at something or somebody they don't agree with. sure the law's here so that keeps it enduring in peace and order, but if it wasnt, Zimmerman would've been dead quicker than he could said no.

    I do remember seeing a previous post or two of yours tht might've hinted at it but I don't think you ever mentioned it outright. and no, I didnt see the flag.


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    yea i just changed it a few weeks ago. i think it had something to do with myself growing up. i'm surprised we agree on everything. over the past year or two, i've been thinking about everything from a more humanistic way and have realized that we're all victims of this big scheme. we've been had lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    yea i just changed it a few weeks ago. i think it had something to do with myself growing up. i'm surprised we agree on everything. over the past year or two, i've been thinking about everything from a more humanistic way and have realized that we're all victims of this big scheme. we've been had lol.
    well now that is interesting that we agree now. you say you've been looking at it from the humanistic. and I'm a realist. a lot of ppl call me a pessimist but that's just ignorance and stupidity on their part. I mean, if ur an optimist, great; but just like religion if u believe in te positives of life u have no choice but to believe in the negatives. I don't recall seeing those two viewpoints line up on something before, peculiar.


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    lol i still missed what sylar wrote. meh, grammar is overrated anyway, there aren't enough ways we have discovered yet to calculate the intelligence of a human mind.

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    well now that is interesting that we agree now. you say you've been looking at it from the humanistic. and I'm a realist. a lot of ppl call me a pessimist but that's just ignorance and stupidity on their part. I mean, if ur an optimist, great; but just like religion if u believe in te positives of life u have no choice but to believe in the negatives. I don't recall seeing those two viewpoints line up on something before, peculiar.


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    i'm the same, i'm very much a pessimist and i feel it gives me an advantage when i'm ready for something that others for taking for granted. nice discussion knot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    lol i still missed what sylar wrote. meh, grammar is overrated anyway, there aren't enough ways we have discovered yet to calculate the intelligence of a human mind.


    i'm the same, i'm very much a pessimist and i feel it gives me an advantage when i'm ready for something that others for taking for granted. nice discussion knot
    exactly, prepare for the worst and hope for the best. damn right it was I keep telling you peeps I'm smarter than my avatar portrays


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    Quote Originally Posted by JDizzleNO1 View Post
    my biggest problem is seeing people argue over rumored tech specs, i think its DUUUUUMB!
    I know dude. it's like, how pathetic can you get????!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    i believe in taking the good from all. capitalism itself isn't bad but what is being "allowed" in it is. you take the good from all different ideologies and you have a much better system. Look at EU, East Asia.
    Have you ever actually looked at the EU and East Asia, or did you just make that comment because you thought it sounded intelligent?

    The EU has been on the verge of collapse for a couple of years now. The Euro is failing, the EU member states are bankrupt, they've already had to bail out several countries that financially collapsed, and others are on the verge of collapsing. Debt is increasing at a massive rate and their economies are being crushed under the burden of social welfare.

    East Asia is in just as bad of trouble. Japan has been in a decade long recession and China has recently started showing signs of crumbling. The rest of East Asia is 3rd world to start with. South Korea is economically the strongest country with good economic growth, but then again, South Korea has an American styled capitalist based economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Completely Average View Post
    Have you ever actually looked at the EU and East Asia, or did you just make that comment because you thought it sounded intelligent?

    The EU has been on the verge of collapse for a couple of years now. The Euro is failing, the EU member states are bankrupt, they've already had to bail out several countries that financially collapsed, and others are on the verge of collapsing. Debt is increasing at a massive rate and their economies are being crushed under the burden of social welfare.
    +1

    After visiting Athens earlier this year, it became extremely apparent to me that the EU in its current state is not something to aspire to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Completely Average View Post
    Have you ever actually looked at the EU and East Asia, or did you just make that comment because you thought it sounded intelligent?

    The EU has been on the verge of collapse for a couple of years now. The Euro is failing, the EU member states are bankrupt, they've already had to bail out several countries that financially collapsed, and others are on the verge of collapsing. Debt is increasing at a massive rate and their economies are being crushed under the burden of social welfare.

    East Asia is in just as bad of trouble. Japan has been in a decade long recession and China has recently started showing signs of crumbling. The rest of East Asia is 3rd world to start with. South Korea is economically the strongest country with good economic growth, but then again, South Korea has an American styled capitalist based economy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Completely Average View Post
    Have you ever actually looked at the EU and East Asia, or did you just make that comment because you thought it sounded intelligent?

    The EU has been on the verge of collapse for a couple of years now. The Euro is failing, the EU member states are bankrupt, they've already had to bail out several countries that financially collapsed, and others are on the verge of collapsing. Debt is increasing at a massive rate and their economies are being crushed under the burden of social welfare.

    East Asia is in just as bad of trouble. Japan has been in a decade long recession and China has recently started showing signs of crumbling. The rest of East Asia is 3rd world to start with. South Korea is economically the strongest country with good economic growth, but then again, South Korea has an American styled capitalist based economy.
    you've misunderstood my comment. i'm not saying to replicate them. i should've added Canada in there as well. did you know that Canada and EU won't buy beef products from the US? it's because we let these companies do whatever they want to do. Watch Food, Inc.

    That's what I mean, as far as the ugly side of capitalism. there are restrictions, checks and balances but apparently they don't work, which is funny because America must have the most regulations when it comes to this stuff and yet...somehow, they get away with all this $#@!. that's where capitalism gets ugly.

    and if a consumer aren't knowledgeable yourself, you're going to be up for a lot of health issues in your life.

    this stuff doesn't happen in other parts of the world. especially in EU and eastern countries such as S Korea/Japan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufi View Post
    you've misunderstood my comment. i'm not saying to replicate them. i should've added Canada in there as well. did you know that Canada and EU won't buy beef products from the US? it's because we let these companies do whatever they want to do. Watch Food, Inc.

    That's what I mean, as far as the ugly side of capitalism. there are restrictions, checks and balances but apparently they don't work, which is funny because America must have the most regulations when it comes to this stuff and yet...somehow, they get away with all this $#@!. that's where capitalism gets ugly.

    and if a consumer aren't knowledgeable yourself, you're going to be up for a lot of health issues in your life.

    this stuff doesn't happen in other parts of the world. especially in EU and eastern countries such as S Korea/Japan.
    It does..

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