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« on: February 13, 2017, 03:21:53 pm »

For GOD SAKE! It's a gay porn torrent, why are you here strange clinton-soros-lgbt-brainwashed-people...

Your problems is NOTHING if it compares with WWIII for the first time on US territory. If Clinton would be a president Anti-Russian Rhetoric just continues and the WAR began to. Russia now is nothing what Hollywood told you all this years, after USSR collapsed.

Homophopic? YES, but Gays still live there, and most of them don't care about prides and folsom streets, the most important WE always feel safe in Gay Clubs, and now remember, always remember what happend in ORLANDO.

Real GAY Genocide!!!

Hello!? It's the most free country in the world!!?? or maybe I am wrong with adress... from my point US looks like a jail now, where for every critical word you say, you can be sued by SJW or similar people.

I think those people are very selfish persons, with memory of the fish, 3 seconds and don't remember nothing.

Did you ever thought: Why so much mess in the World from SO young country as US?
Your flag hates almost every country in ASIA and MIDDLE EAST, did you ever wonder, WHY?

and here comes MotheRRR Russia...
Never mess with Russia and Russians. Our story, not the story which rewrite for you by yet another proffesor of yet another US University by request of your gov. One of the last nonsense about "poor" Crimean Tatars, "oh, they was so pooooor", but no one word, that they was with NAZIS killing Russian soldiers. So I just imagine what happens in brains of the US people, after such books.  

So, our real story always in defence, from the earlier times till now. Alexander Nevsky said: "Whoever will come to us with a sword, from a sword will perish" Napoleon and Hitler, didn't know this phrase or maybe they know, but want to try it. So the end you're all know.

Nowadays, I always hear about russian hackers. OMG!!! Cheesy They are everywhere, if you listen CNN, BBC and other american propaganda or west media. Maybe for a change listen some russian propaganda RT, just to have different opinions, not from one side.

and NOW here comes TRUMP, you can criticize him for anything you want.
But the most important thing that he will save you from the WAR, from the REAL WAR.
The most of you don't know about it nothing, and don't imagine what is it.

Russian people know a lot about war, and don't want it again, but if the war will start, we will fight.  Cool

Thus, if for you TRUMP = homophobe, racist, rapist and other things. Please imagine, will you still moaning about it, when your hometown will lie in ruins after nuclear bomb, i don't think so...
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« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2017, 04:43:09 pm »

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« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2017, 12:14:50 am »

Hello!? It's the most free country in the world!!?? or maybe I am wrong with adress... from my point US looks like a jail now, where for every critical word you say, you can be sued by SJW or similar people.

You're kind of right about that.

Never mess with Russia and Russians. Our story, not the story which rewrite for you by yet another proffesor of yet another US University by request of your gov. One of the last nonsense about "poor" Crimean Tatars, "oh, they was so pooooor", but no one word, that they was with NAZIS killing Russian soldiers. So I just imagine what happens in brains of the US people, after such books.  

I'm not completely sure what you're talking about but if you're referring to WWII, I assure you, it's in the history books as well as on Wikipeda. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II_casualties_of_the_Soviet_Union

Nowadays, I always hear about russian hackers. OMG!!! Cheesy They are everywhere, if you listen CNN, BBC and other american propaganda or west media. Maybe for a change listen some russian propaganda RT, just to have different opinions, not from one side.

Yeah man! I love Crazy Russian Hacker. https://www.youtube.com/user/CrazyRussianHacker

Please imagine, will you still moaning about it, when your hometown will lie in ruins after nuclear bomb, i don't think so...

I really have no idea what you're talking about.
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« Reply #3 on: February 14, 2017, 12:40:54 am »

I'm not completely sure what you're talking about but if you're referring to WWII, I assure you, it's in the history books as well as on Wikipeda. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II_casualties_of_the_Soviet_Union

About 20 millions people dead who defended our country, I know, it's an open information, but wikipedia pages it's not full trustworthy sources, also saw a lot of references added by ukrainians, they acting now like your's BLM, last time page was modified 31.01.2017.

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I really have no idea what you're talking about.

If you played Fallout games, it will be better to understand, first of all you must survive in such situation, not moaning about rights of poor pandas...
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« Reply #4 on: February 14, 2017, 02:05:27 am »

If you played Fallout games, it will be better to understand, first of all you must survive in such situation, not moaning about rights of poor pandas...

I don't play video games or watch TV.

I'm also not even slightly concerned about a Russian attack.

Dude we don't have Pandas in the US, that's China.

As far as the rights of minority groups: look here's how things work in the US.

The government is massively corrupted by corporations on both sides, neither party is worse than the other. The political parties lure people in by making people believe they are "for their rights" and when they get elected, they either hand money indirectly to corporations via government subsidies, or they let the companies do whatever the hell they want and just screw people over. The entire economy is based upon debt, or more specifically, repaying debt owed, so normal people usually end up with a mountain of debt they can't actually manage and basically become legal slaves to the corporations (The American Dream is to go massively in debt to a bank in order to afford a home.) While spending the next 10-25 years of their lives, slowly repaying their debts and making their employeers rich, they get all upset about "their rights" not realizing that it's not really possible for everybody to get "everything they want" so they endlessly whine about it and don't realize what the corporations are doing. Also, there's a consistent theme in America, that if you work hard and get a good education, you will earn more. This is completely accepted (even thought it's not completely true) and most people don't realize that they are just basically buying a job by going into student loan debt, which they have to repay, so they better work hard because if they don't, their employeer, who has no actual investment in them, can just fire them and then go play golf.

Edit: All of this has been going on for quite awhile now and has led to large gaps in wealth among the classes and the people in the US can not realistically do anything about it, the way the government works. The government is even worse off financially speaking than most of the citizens, every year the government continues to spend more money that it earns (it's actually designed to work that way), and the majority of that money eventually ends up in the hands of large corporations. The highest earning corporations have relatively small teams of people who sit around all day and try to figure out how to take advantage of the current political environment, so they can either get away with whatever they want (due to lake of oversight), or take advantage of subsidies, or ideally, both...

With that said. I'm 100% confident Russia will not attack the US in the foreseeable future. Why the hell would they want to?

I don't think Vlad wants 15 calls a day from debt collectors while some guy repossesses his car.
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« Reply #5 on: February 14, 2017, 08:47:54 am »

I'm also not even slightly concerned about a Russian attack.

CNN and others shout so loud about it, but with only one evidence — "our secret services said about it, without any proves, simply trust us, we know, that was russians cause our secret agencies which we couldn't name told us..." and etc. and etc.

I mean what the... do they think that American people so dumb and will eat information without any facts. I don't exactly understand, till now, what Vietnam did to US, what Iraq did to US... and how American people can make it happen.


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Dude we don't have Pandas in the US, that's China.

it was sarcasm, to all this organizations and movements, when the whole country in ruins, first of all you try to survive.

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The government is massively corrupted by corporations on both sides, neither party is worse than the other. The political parties lure people in by making people believe they are "for their rights" and when they get elected, they either hand money indirectly to corporations via government subsidies...

I was really shocked, when I heard about food stamps for people in your country. It was OMG moment, it was in USSR, it's a communist thing, and what this thing do in USA. Also in your words, I hear a lot of thoughts, what Kiyosaki and Trump wrote in their books. Sadly truth, pity to hear it. Cause I like cars and architecture, I read a lot about Detroit, from New Renaissance City to Ghost City, it's a very strange metamorphose. Also knew about Rust Belt States. And people seems to be don't care about economics, and don't care about other people of their own country. All this happen while watching all this protests about immigrants, feminists and others. Kind of crazy stuff.

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With that said. I'm 100% confident Russia will not attack the US in the foreseeable future. Why the hell would they want to?

We have so much shocks for all this years. We have a lot problems to solve, life is rather complicated here, we want live in piece, but Nato don't think so, and surround our borders, and call us agressive, I don't understand logic.

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I don't think Vlad wants 15 calls a day from debt collectors while some guy repossesses his car.

Yep, it's a well known problem in Russia, but for the last year, situation is more under control, how all things that government do now. About such things I told above, problems that needs to be solved.

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« Reply #6 on: February 14, 2017, 06:03:08 pm »

I was really shocked, when I heard about food stamps for people in your country. It was OMG moment, it was in USSR, it's a communist thing, and what this thing do in USA. Also in your words, I hear a lot of thoughts, what Kiyosaki and Trump wrote in their books. Sadly truth, pity to hear it. Cause I like cars and architecture, I read a lot about Detroit, from New Renaissance City to Ghost City, it's a very strange metamorphose. Also knew about Rust Belt States. And people seems to be don't care about economics, and don't care about other people of their own country. All this happen while watching all this protests about immigrants, feminists and others. Kind of crazy stuff.

People misinterpret the fact that 43 million Americans are on food stamps, it's not that those people would starve, it's just the government giving money to companies, I'll explain. If the government didn't give out food stamps, then stores in certain areas of the country would have to sell extremely cheap food because the people in those areas can't afford anything else. This is bad for local business, since cheap products don't typically make the business much money (less jobs), and it's bad for large corporations who generally have expensive products compared to generic products.

I personally think it's ridiculous that people can use food stamps to buy Cocacola, Pepsi, or other sodas. If you don't have enough money to afford food, you should be drinking water because it's basically free, right? But instead, people buy, incredibly unhealthy, carbonated candy water. This is effectively free sales for the soda manufacturers, who then have the audacity to lobby the FDA, to control the nutritional information on the can/bottle.

That's just the tip of the iceberg. Almost everything in the entire country has a certain degree of complete non-sense policy because some political lobbying group thought it was a good idea. Much of the problem is that politicians and lobbying groups have tricked Americans into believing that "Reverse Robin Hood" economic policies will benefit them. The problem here is supply and demand, the largest corporations in America have production levels to meet the market's demand, so "giving them more money" does nothing in the long term since demand doesn't change. I could write a book on this subject, but I do have better things to do with my time.

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« Reply #7 on: February 14, 2017, 10:16:05 pm »

I was really shocked, when I heard about food stamps for people in your country. It was OMG moment, it was in USSR, it's a communist thing, and what this thing do in USA. Also in your words, I hear a lot of thoughts, what Kiyosaki and Trump wrote in their books. Sadly truth, pity to hear it. Cause I like cars and architecture, I read a lot about Detroit, from New Renaissance City to Ghost City, it's a very strange metamorphose. Also knew about Rust Belt States. And people seems to be don't care about economics, and don't care about other people of their own country. All this happen while watching all this protests about immigrants, feminists and others. Kind of crazy stuff.

People misinterpret the fact that 43 million Americans are on food stamps, it's not that those people would starve, it's just the government giving money to companies, I'll explain. If the government didn't give out food stamps, then stores in certain areas of the country would have to sell extremely cheap food because the people in those areas can't afford anything else. This is bad for local business, since cheap products don't typically make the business much money (less jobs), and it's bad for large corporations who generally have expensive products compared to generic products.

I personally think it's ridiculous that people can use food stamps to buy Cocacola, Pepsi, or other sodas. If you don't have enough money to afford food, you should be drinking water because it's basically free, right? But instead, people buy, incredibly unhealthy, carbonated candy water. This is effectively free sales for the soda manufacturers, who then have the audacity to lobby the FDA, to control the nutritional information on the can/bottle.

That's just the tip of the iceberg. Almost everything in the entire country has a certain degree of complete non-sense policy because some political lobbying group thought it was a good idea. Much of the problem is that politicians and lobbying groups have tricked Americans into believing that "Reverse Robin Hood" economic policies will benefit them. The problem here is supply and demand, the largest corporations in America have production levels to meet the market's demand, so "giving them more money" does nothing in the long term since demand doesn't change. I could write a book on this subject, but I do have better things to do with my time.


Thank you so much for this post man, because I'm tired of the misconceptions with the Food Stamp program. It is currently used to uplift businesses which proves that we have a serious inequality problem in this country. If people had the opportunities and economic means to buy what they truly needed, there would not only be little need for food stamps but our country would be better off. The reality is some companies would fail without the system that's currently in place due to their unhealthy products. Who would spend their hard earned money on junk if they could afford better, healthier alternatives? Politicians on both sides have used many fake issues to divide people enough to where the program is seen as something that's crucial to survival when in reality it's a huge business subsidy aka business welfare.
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« Reply #8 on: February 15, 2017, 12:01:39 am »

People misinterpret the fact that 43 million Americans are on food stamps, it's not that those people would starve, it's just the government giving money to companies, I'll explain...

OMG...It's kind of last station before hell, real nonsense. I don't simply understand what Trump will do with such mess, but it's still better than nothing, as for me.
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« Reply #9 on: February 15, 2017, 01:32:47 am »

Thank you so much for this post man, because I'm tired of the misconceptions with the Food Stamp program. It is currently used to uplift businesses which proves that we have a serious inequality problem in this country. If people had the opportunities and economic means to buy what they truly needed, there would not only be little need for food stamps but our country would be better off. The reality is some companies would fail without the system that's currently in place due to their unhealthy products. Who would spend their hard earned money on junk if they could afford better, healthier alternatives? Politicians on both sides have used many fake issues to divide people enough to where the program is seen as something that's crucial to survival when in reality it's a huge business subsidy aka business welfare.

If they didn't get food stamps, they would just figure out how to eat for a few dollars a day. This is kind of justified as "who's problem is it anyways?" Is it really a dairy farmer's fault that companies figured out they can pay their employees so little that they qualify for government assistance? I could argue either side of this easily but I think it's kind of ridiculous. I honestly don't know what the solution is. The 10 year job outlook for America is very bad as companies continue to embrace automation. You don't need a bank teller because ATMs are automated, automated gas purchases, automated grocery store purchases, manufacturing jobs are mostly automated or are sourced overseas, some companies already have robotic warehouses, and we may have mainstream automated cars, transportation, and delivery services soon.

I mean what is the future for going to be like for the average American? You work a part time customer service job and never have any ability to accumulate money, while the government pays for everything? Do we just let people die who get sick and can't afford $85,000 for the Hep C treatment that costs a few hundred to make? Something, sooner or later has to drastically change, but I have no idea what.

OMG...It's kind of last station before hell, real nonsense. I don't simply understand what Trump will do with such mess, but it's still better than nothing, as for me.

I don't know, but people who live in areas where the majority voted for him, are dying from drug overdoses left and right and there's probably a couple thousand tons of methamphetamine in the country right now. He's going after things that don't seem to be an actual problem when you think about it. More people die in the US every day from opiate overdoses than Muslim terrorists in a year. There's even more suicides on an average day.

Note: I'll be fair, not exclusively his supporters, I'm just suggesting that he hasn't done anything important to help his supporters in certain regions.
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« Reply #10 on: February 15, 2017, 01:51:13 am »

We already have food deserts in the US.  This problem would get much worse without food stamps.  These areas would fall even deeper into poverty.

I do agree about the soda and all that.  That also is an issue in food deserts.  Convenience stores are the only option for some people and they mainly sell junk food.  Many states do incentivize people to buy healthy food at farmers markets by doubling the SNAP balance spent at the farmers market.  It helps the farmer and the person buying the food. 

My biggest issue with food stamps is how the grocery stores take advantage.  I live in a low income largely immigrant community and there is a particular grocery chain that jacks up the prices in this low income neighborhood because people who use food stamps are not as price sensitive and will pay higher prices.  i drive to the next town over that is a very high income town and the prices there are lower.  It shouldn't be this way.
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« Reply #11 on: February 15, 2017, 02:33:30 am »

If they didn't get food stamps, they would just figure out how to eat for a few dollars a day. This is kind of justified as "who's problem is it anyways?" Is it really a dairy farmer's fault that companies figured out they can pay their employees so little that they qualify for government assistance? I could argue either side of this easily but I think it's kind of ridiculous. I honestly don't know what the solution is. The 10 year job outlook for America is very bad as companies continue to embrace automation. You don't need a bank teller because ATMs are automated, automated gas purchases, automated grocery store purchases, manufacturing jobs are mostly automated or are sourced overseas, some companies already have robotic warehouses, and we may have mainstream automated cars, transportation, and delivery services soon.

I mean what is the future for going to be like for the average American? You work a part time customer service job and never have any ability to accumulate money, while the government pays for everything? Do we just let people die who get sick and can't afford $85,000 for the Hep C treatment that costs a few hundred to make? Something, sooner or later has to drastically change, but I have no idea what.

You're right, there needs to be a conversation on what to do but I think the goal needs to be to have the least amount of people on Food Stamps as possible. It is no longer a system built on helping those in poverty get out of poverty, it is now operating to keep businesses afloat because the country has failed to guarantee it's people even the slightest chance at fair wages and other economic opportunities. The great thing about America is we always figure out a way to move forward and I believe we will get to a better standing, but the key to doing so is coming together. We are so divided that we do not want to see each other gain any kind of benefit. If I hear that someone's life was saved due to ACA, I don't first think that that person's life shouldn't have been saved because of the color of their skin or because they were poor or a woman...etc. I think yes, someone's life was saved. We've become lost in our differences instead of saying, yes we're different but our differences DO NOT determine how we should be treated. We are broken as a country because too many of us simply do not want to see others gain anything. One side (conscious or subconscious nationalists/supremacists) has always had this view historically, and lately the other side (real oppressed/perceived oppressed) has been developing this view. We need an independent party but that's not possible when we're this divided.
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« Reply #12 on: February 15, 2017, 05:32:02 am »

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You're war mongers. You contribute to the misery in Syria and in and around your borders  Bith fight
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« Reply #13 on: February 15, 2017, 09:51:29 am »

I don't know, but people who live in areas where the majority voted for him, are dying from drug overdoses left and right and there's probably a couple thousand tons of methamphetamine in the country right now. He's going after things that don't seem to be an actual problem when you think about it. More people die in the US every day from opiate overdoses than Muslim terrorists in a year. There's even more suicides on an average day.

Note: I'll be fair, not exclusively his supporters, I'm just suggesting that he hasn't done anything important to help his supporters in certain regions.

As for me problem is very clear, it's only my opinion from the side, but open borders with South America is really destructing US people, There are a lot drugs from Mexico and сountries below, causes standart rule of capitalism "supply and demand". So the Wall, really save your nation. Maybe Trump too concentrate on the border, but definetely it makes sense, cause i've never heard before that illegal immigrants, can vote for the POTUS, it was also shock for me. How it really could happen, and why no one seems don't care about Person ID's, when voting, for such important things.

Mass killing by Muslim terrorists in US, as I know, was only twice 9/11 and Orlando. Maybe I'm wrong but, I think you simply don't fully feel it, and hope you never feel it. Muslims ban, is also saves life of US people, when Europe, open gates for them, from the start, I know that it will disaster, but all this vanilla europeans living in illusions, simply was "little child with fairy tales", and now fairy tale become a horror. Just imagine Christmas Market in Germany and here comes big truck on it, fully disaster.

We already have food deserts in the US.  This problem would get much worse without food stamps.  These areas would fall even deeper into poverty.

But wait a minute, what if this areas not fall into poverty. When things get worse, human nature always trying to survive.

You're war mongers. You contribute to the misery in Syria and in and around your borders

Oh, another ISIS supporter or maybe troll. You're pathetic and protect terrorists, which almost destroy Palmira.
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« Reply #14 on: February 15, 2017, 08:22:42 pm »

As for me problem is very clear, it's only my opinion from the side, but open borders with South America is really destructing US people, There are a lot drugs from Mexico and сountries below, causes standart rule of capitalism "supply and demand". So the Wall, really save your nation. Maybe Trump too concentrate on the border, but definetely it makes sense, cause i've never heard before that illegal immigrants, can vote for the POTUS, it was also shock for me. How it really could happen, and why no one seems don't care about Person ID's, when voting, for such important things.

We don't have "open borders" that's a political/media lie. I definitely think we need better border security on the southern border (and the vast majority of Americans agree) but a physical wall is incredibly cost ineffective. I have no idea where the majority of drugs entering the US come from, but I do know that there are many, many other sources than the Mexican border. Even if the wall could effectively stop the flow of drugs from Mexico (it won't) that does absolutely nothing to stop the flow in other regions. Even, in regions of the southern border where there are walls, the drug cartels tunnel underneath it, or smuggle the drugs in cars/trucks and go right through the border crossing.

Some members of the TSA (Airport Security Police Force) were recently caught smuggling massive amounts of cocaine. Walls don't stop airplanes and it's nothing new.

https://www.rt.com/usa/377252-tsa-cocaine-smuggling-tons/
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« Reply #15 on: February 16, 2017, 08:09:21 am »

We don't have "open borders" that's a political/media lie. I definitely think we need better border security on the southern border (and the vast majority of Americans agree) but a physical wall is incredibly cost ineffective. I have no idea where the majority of drugs entering the US come from, but I do know that there are many, many other sources than the Mexican border. Even if the wall could effectively stop the flow of drugs from Mexico (it won't) that does absolutely nothing to stop the flow in other regions. Even, in regions of the southern border where there are walls, the drug cartels tunnel underneath it, or smuggle the drugs in cars/trucks and go right through the border crossing.

Some members of the TSA (Airport Security Police Force) were recently caught smuggling massive amounts of cocaine. Walls don't stop airplanes and it's nothing new.

https://www.rt.com/usa/377252-tsa-cocaine-smuggling-tons/

Of course it's not fully helps, but as for me, more control on the borders, could help, at least tunnels, most of them, will be closed and prevent to build another. The Great Wall helps China through the history, why such wall couldn't help there. 95% of the drugs comes from South America. I like Duterte position about drugs, so maybe US could took his methods in the future. With air is always more control, then with ground. Also good law-height radar-system near with border will helps, too. Cost ineffective or effective, who cares, if Mexico will pay for that.
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« Reply #16 on: February 16, 2017, 08:36:46 am »

There is no way a wall will keep drugs out of the country, as long as there is demand they will find their way into the country.

Mexico will never pay for the wall, unless the US invades them, I don't know why anyone has ever believed that.

Duterte is a murderer, his "methods" are called murder, Russians might be OK with that but that's certainly not what the US is going to do.
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« Reply #17 on: February 16, 2017, 06:10:23 pm »

Of course it's not fully helps, but as for me, more control on the borders, could help, at least tunnels, most of them, will be closed and prevent to build another. The Great Wall helps China through the history, why such wall couldn't help there. 95% of the drugs comes from South America. I like Duterte position about drugs, so maybe US could took his methods in the future. With air is always more control, then with ground. Also good law-height radar-system near with border will helps, too. Cost ineffective or effective, who cares, if Mexico will pay for that.

The US has been at war with drugs for 40+ years. It doesn't really work, the US has the largest prison population of any country. Duterte's tactics may work in such a small country, but I don't see it lasting and there's zero evidence that such tactics are effective long term. The people who participate in the drug trade are attracted to risk and the money associated with high risk activities. All US policy has done, is make the drug business more lucrative for the dealers.

US Tax payers are paying. Mexico isn't paying for anything. The estimate for the wall is 20-25 billion dollars.
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« Reply #18 on: February 16, 2017, 09:34:47 pm »

Duterte is a murderer, his "methods" are called murder, Russians might be OK with that but that's certainly not what the US is going to do.

We live in interesting time, this man want health nation and clean up trash. West media says that he is a murderer.. But at the same time real mass marderer Anders Behring Breivik live in nice prison and moaning about that he has only PlayStation 3 and wants PlayStation 4.
Our World is up side down...

The US has been at war with drugs for 40+ years. It doesn't really work, the US has the largest prison population of any country. Duterte's tactics may work in such a small country, but I don't see it lasting and there's zero evidence that such tactics are effective long term. The people who participate in the drug trade are attracted to risk and the money associated with high risk activities. All US policy has done, is make the drug business more lucrative for the dealers.

US Tax payers are paying. Mexico isn't paying for anything. The estimate for the wall is 20-25 billion dollars.

Time will show, I think. I will hope that World is now starting new Era, hope it will be truer and more transparent.
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« Reply #19 on: February 16, 2017, 11:10:40 pm »

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You're war mongers. You contribute to the misery in Syria and in and around your borders  Bith fight
Insex your hypocrisy and bullshit knows no bounds, like your lack of knowledge.
As for me problem is very clear, it's only my opinion from the side, but open borders with South America is really destructing US people, There are a lot drugs from Mexico and сountries below, causes standart rule of capitalism "supply and demand". So the Wall, really save your nation. Maybe Trump too concentrate on the border, but definetely it makes sense, cause i've never heard before that illegal immigrants, can vote for the POTUS, it was also shock for me. How it really could happen, and why no one seems don't care about Person ID's, when voting, for such important things.

We don't have "open borders" that's a political/media lie. I definitely think we need better border security on the southern border (and the vast majority of Americans agree) but a physical wall is incredibly cost ineffective. I have no idea where the majority of drugs entering the US come from, but I do know that there are many, many other sources than the Mexican border. Even if the wall could effectively stop the flow of drugs from Mexico (it won't) that does absolutely nothing to stop the flow in other regions. Even, in regions of the southern border where there are walls, the drug cartels tunnel underneath it, or smuggle the drugs in cars/trucks and go right through the border crossing.

Some members of the TSA (Airport Security Police Force) were recently caught smuggling massive amounts of cocaine. Walls don't stop airplanes and it's nothing new.

https://www.rt.com/usa/377252-tsa-cocaine-smuggling-tons/
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