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  1. Tbh writing is hardly that much of a talent. Anyone could do it if they put their mind to it. It’s not that impressive to be an author or a songwriter
  2. Can we forgive legend Bjork for using the n-word multiple times because she isn't American and didn't partake in slavery? Serious discussion only.
  3. These people are a danger to us ALL 9:00 straight from the horses mouth.
  4. VILE Islamists attack Tunisia once more because Tunisia is the first and ONLY Arabic country to declare secularism. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/10/suicide-bomb-blast-rocks-central-tunis-181029133324994.html My prayers and thoughts are with brave Tunisia and the followers of secularism in Tunisia. FUCK Islamist terrorists!
  5. Here's to a Republican victory tomorrow
  6. I'm late to the party but hey Ask me anything, no holds barred.
  7. I dont think humanity has ever lived in such an age where we are so restricted on what we can say on issues facing our countries. If we speak out against the perils of immigration, we're racists. If we speak out against a woman, we're sexists. If we speak out against a bloke who happens to play hide the sausage with other men behind closed doors, we're homophobes. If we criticise anyone who is brown, we're bigots/racists/worse people in the world. If we vote Republican, we're fired from our jobs. So with all that said, is free speech dying? Are we doomed to live in a society where only mouth pieces for the NWO are accepted in civilised conversation?
  8. Obviously she’s in denial... She makes me sick, I feel for her family
  9. fucking disgusting im pissed and no one is talking about this btw look at the fucking comments rts and likes
  10. I've seen so much shocking racism from democrats toward Kanye and other POC like Diamond & Silk just because they dare to think for themselves and have become woke to democrats being the modern day slavery party (entrapping POC into voting for them with all this rhetoric and brainwashing into the liberalist schools). I just can't do it anymore, I just can't support the democrats.
  11. ..it’s hard out here for a bitch! The amount of TEA she spilled with this song though. Men have it SO easy compared to women.
  12. ..don’t look into women’s eyes, can’t touch women or shake their hands due to religion? Is it okay to refuse to do that in a work situation for example?
  13. TO those of y'all who don't know about the XInjiang, it's basically the Westernmost province of China, annexed and incorporated into China by 1949. The natives of the area, the ethnic Uyghurs, have been practicing Islam for a long long time and are racially and culturally similar to their Central Asian neighbours in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. What's been happening there recently is that the government has been cracking down on the entire region and putting AT LEAST 1 million Muslims in concentration detention camps where they go through forced political indoctrination. Many are even made to eat pork and drink alcohol. China: Massive Crackdown in Muslim Region Human Rights Watch U.S. Weighs Sanctions Against Chinese Officials Over Muslim Detention Camps New York Times
  14. For instance, if a guy is attracted to cis women and pre-op trans girls but isn't attracted to cis men. What does that make him? (Blaire White and Joey teas)
  15. Australian model Jordan Barrett on women being paid more than men in the modelling industry: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-6170025/Australian-supermodel-Jordan-Barrett-speaks-gender-pay-disparity-modelling.html Absolutely disgusting! Us men need to fight back! How dare women get paid more for better work and being in more demand?
  16. its just a series on YouTube made for entertainment it’s not that deep. I literally can’t at SJWs making everything into an issue
  17. The situation that many YouTubers warned about has just happened The European Union has voted in favour of a new series of laws that will dramatically affect online content. The Copyright Directive is designed to help protect creators of all kinds and to give them more control over how their content is used and shared, particularly online. But there are two Articles within the directive - Articles 11 and 13, which have been widely criticised by YouTubers and and even YouTube itself. The Directive was passed with 438 votes in favour, 226 against and 39 abstentions. What is Article 11? It has been dubbed a 'link tax' by critics because it adds a barrier into the free flow of news and information. This will affect publishers and platforms more than individual creators. What is Article 13? Article 13 will more directly affect online creators and YouTubers. Under Article 13, platforms like YouTube will be held directly responsible when someone violates copyright on their platform. This means that any copyright violation that is committed by users is then held as the fault of the company. When you consider how much copyrighted material is uploaded to YouTube and Twitter, this will be devastating for YouTube... meaning YouTube will have to clamp the hell down on all copyrighted uploads, or face massive fines. Why do people not like Article 13? The prospect of YouTube and Twitter doing massive copyright sweeps in order to avoid being fined presents a dire prospect for creators, who will find their resources very much cut down. Right now you can post a meme'd image on Twitter, but if there is a copyright claim on the original image, that meme will be taken down instantly. YouTubers tried to rally people to protest the directive ahead of the vote Is this the end of the road? Not quite yet. The Directive still needs a final vote in the European Parliament in January 2019. They are likely to pass it. However, individual EU countries then get to decide how they want to implement the Directive, meaning different countries may experience different levels of fallout from this. https://www.wetheunicorns.com/news/eu-pass-copyright-law-article-11-13/