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Can America be saved?

I have my doubts.
Too many Americans are complacent and believe everything they hear on CNN and MSBNC. In the end, most people believe what they want to believe no matter what the evidence says or what science says or even what common sense should dictate. For example, I know people who still believe Trump conspired with Putin and who also believe that Trump killed more people than Hitler even though their is zero evidence to support such outrageous claims.
How is it possible to save America when we have so many dimwits allowed to vote and effectively destroy our constitutional republic because of their ignorance of history and lack of understanding of domestic policy and foreign affairs?
America is still a super power but it's influence in the world is in an obvious state of decline and it's federal government is both corrupt and evil.

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What are your thoughts on stem cell research?

J_A1996’s Profile PhotoJordan A.
It's the future of medicine and the end to numerous human ailments. Of course we obsurdly still allow religious zealots to dictate policy even though it could benefit the world to make the subject a priority

Is the world experiencing a clash of civilizations?

Yes. In 1996, the late Samuel Huntington (1927-2008), a respected Harvard professor, published The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order. He saw the Cold War’s end as a transition into a world in which the divisions among the great powers once based on political ideologies would be replaced by the more enduring divisions in history grounded in cultures and religious traditions. Huntington defined civilization as the broadest cultural identity in history.
Huntington cautioned fellow Americans: “In the emerging world of ethnic conflict and civilizational clash, Western belief in the universality of Western culture suffers three problems:
1. it is false;
2. it is immoral;
3. it is dangerous.”
He said, “The belief that non-Western peoples should adopt Western values, institutions, and culture is immoral because of what would be necessary to bring it about… Imperialism is the necessary logical consequence of universalism.”
Huntington simply could not imagine that an increasingly faithless, feckless, radically secularized, and libertarian West (and America) might be a greater danger than other cultures in widening the post-Cold War world’s civilizational divisions. In other words, he did not perceive that the contemporary West, culturally in disrepair and spiritually broken, can provide neither leadership nor moral guidance to others when needed in preventing the clash of civilizations.
America's first president, George Washington, warned:
“Europe has a set of primary interests, which to us have none or a very remote relation. Hence she must be engaged in frequent controversies, the causes of which are essentially foreign to our concerns.” Furthermore, “Why, by interweaving our destiny with that of any part of Europe, entangle our peace and prosperity in the toils of European ambition, rivalship, interest, humor, or caprice? It is our policy to steer clear of permanent alliances, with any portion of the foreign world.”

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Should the Supreme Court make law or should the elected representatives of the people make law?

"The candid citizen must confess that if the policy of the Government, upon vital questions affecting the whole people, is to be irrevocably fixed by the decisions of the Supreme Court… the people will have ceased to be their own rulers, having to that extent practically resigned their Government into the hands of that eminent tribunal."
- Abraham Lincoln

I may send this out to everyone I follow but I genuinely want to catch up with everyone so: How have you been doing recently? Anything that's happened that you want to share? 😊

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Things are going well in my family. My wife has recovered from a heart attack last August and she is slowly increasing her physical workouts and is able to swim 50 laps in the pool. Our daughter is completing her first year in high school with honors and is playing violin, piano, golf and working on various art projects.
So from a family perspective I am pleased; however, when I analyze our politics and the state of our foreign policy I am deeply disturbed. We continue to spend billions of dollars in foreign aide that we do not have. We allow millions of illegal aliens to enter our country from around the world without proper identification, background checks, health checks, etc. And America continues to instigate war and stick it's nose where it does not belong all in an attempt to control the world while enriching itself.
As a nation we are financially and morally bankrupt and currently have the most dysfunctional and corrupt leadership in the history of our country. We are seeing massive increases in energy and shortages in food to the point where babies are not being fed properly. So politically and morally, the United States, in my opinion, is in ruins.
Other than that, things are intolerable and the American people are in the process of rising up against our government and many evil and corrupt politicians will lose power in the November elections. Oh... and the Biden administration is planning to hand over our national sovereignty to the World Health Organization which is in violation of our constitution, but these criminals do not give a damn.

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I found out my best friend likes the girl I like, what do I do? She likes me back, but I don't want to hurt my best friend. What do I do ?

Then you need to discuss it with him. Honesty is the best policy and decide if she’s worth pursuing and whether she’s worth the price of your friendship . . That simple.
Ladies and dudes come and go,
TRUE friends do not.
Good luck with that🍀

Is there a conspiracy theory that you actually believe is true or could possibly be true? If so what one?

LouisaRHale’s Profile PhotoLou
I believe the British government is conspiring to make life as hard as possible for poorer people such as many sick and disabled who can’t work and are less likely to vote for them (through, for example, regular cuts to welfare and healthcare and drastic changes to policy meaning they can no longer access support) - and if that increases the likelihood of them dying, so be it.
There have been both independent and official enquiries into these many extra unnecessary deaths, just to be dismissed as collateral damage by the perpetrators and waved away.

How do i tell someone i dont wannt be their friend nomore cause they fake

To kindly tell someone you don't want to be their friend, sit down with them and briefly explain how you feel. Let them know that you appreciate them, but be clear about bringing the friendship to an end without blaming or shaming them.
Be honest. They don't say that honesty is the best policy for nothing. ...
Prepare yourself. ...
Do it face to face. ...
Stick with "I" statements. ...
Know that what you're feeling is normal. ...
Avoid putting it off. ...
Don't give false hope.

If you like someone what do you do

That depends on the circumstance and the nature of the relationship. If I am performing with a band and I think the vocalist has a great voice, I will compliment them by expressing that I like their voice. However, if I am with my best friend and I happen to also like his girlfriend or his wife, I will likely keep my opinions concerning her beauty to myself. Why risk offending someone when it can be avoided. Yes, some women would appreciate the compliment where others might take offense. Sometimes, silence is the best policy.

When I check the history of president in the us.i hate them all as they have killed thousands of innocent civilians in Middle East

If you examine the matter closely most of the geo-political problems in the middle east have been caused historically by Britain .
The Balfour Declaration of 1917 is the root cause of the current catastrophe in that part of the world.
Regarding the US , their foreign policy in the middle east has been , horrendous, self-serving and since 9/11 not coherent imo

Please stop talking about politics when you clearly have no idea what you're talking about, your knowledge is limited and superficial. Maybe stick to your 'first world problems' such as what dress to wear to whatever party and what color to dye your hair. Politics isn't for you.

me: doesn’t party or do anything other than pay attention to politics and be mom
me: graduated with honors in every social studies and language arts related subjects
me: took american foreign policy, political thought, and political science in college
me: has been explaining the entirety of the ukraine russia crisis to my friends since 6am this morning
you: yOu cLeArLy hAvE nO iDeA

Do you think Trump was a Boss And people hated him cus they were babies

Before Trump entered the political realm, people worshiped him due largely in part to the favorable image which was created by the mainstream media. When he became politically active, that narrative suddenly changed and he received mostly negative coverage on a daily basis. Harvard University, perhaps one of the most Liberal in the entire country, conducted research and found that he received over 90% negative coverage. It was far more than any other president in American history. Nearly everything he said or did was spun into something negative. Statements were taken out of context. Policy was misrepresented. Lies by omission became the norm. Four years of "Russia, Russia, Russia" (based on a discredited dossier) was presented as "evidence of Russian collusion." Even when he donated his entire presidential salary to charity, it was ignored by most media outlets and the few which bothered to report the story presented it in a negative light. I could cite numerous examples. Trump was far from perfect and he made some critical mistakes (due to a lack of political experience) but the irrational hatred which he received (and continues to receive) is the fault of a dishonest media which twists the truth and manipulates the masses with a never-ending cascade of propaganda. In undermining Trump and his administration, the media found a large source of revenue (ratings, clickbait, etc.) and the barrage continued. Sadly, many people fell for it - while I wouldn't consider them "babies," they weren't very astute and to be fair, the average American continues to be extremely naive when it comes to political matters. The polarization which exists today is based largely on that ignorance and as long as the media continues to lie and distort, the divide will only grow wider.

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📮• من الحاجات لتَكرها ع مواقع التواصل 🔥🖤

moaiedsise1’s Profile PhotoMoaiedSise
The Bully/Coward/Troll – They live in social media 24/7. If there were one thing I could change about the internet it would be a way to identify and punish those who somehow find satisfaction in hurting others. If you don’t like someone, a company or product, talk about the things, people and products you do like. I personally have a 2 strikes policy when it comes to folks like this. Two offences and you’re blocked or deleted. Don’t get me wrong here, I respect the opinion of all the folks I am connected with via social media but if I see someone in Bully/Troll mode they are gone.

Is affirmative action racist?

Bill Maher: I’ve Supported Affirmative Action, But It’s ‘Weird’ Supporting It More Than Black People do, ‘Maybe It’s Outdated’ *note: 63% of blacks do not support affirmative action in the United States.
"Affirmative Action" by Alex
What I find interesting is the people who create these "policies" or pass this type of affirmative action legislation are predominantly wealthy white folks from the political/ruling class who have benefitted from attending private schools and Ivy league Universities because of their "white privilege" and dare I say, they still do benefit because of their parents wealth and political connections. And so who suffers the most? Poor and middle class white people and ethnicities such as Asian and Jews who score well on tests because they work hard and their families value knowledge. And so our system supports and benefits those who are wealthy and privileged, while punishing those who work hard and value knowledge but have no accumulated wealth.
1. End all racism. That includes affirmative action and any policy that discriminates based on race, skin color, wealth, religion, gender or political connections/affiliations
2. Term limits for congress
3. Flat tax and eliminate all tax loop holes for the ruling class.
4. Reform campaign finance laws so folks like George Soros cannot contribute $125 million to the democrats to push his Globalist ideology while getting favored status and preferential treatment whenever congress considers legislation that could impact the ruling classes wealth or investments.
Will any of these things happen? NEVER
The ruling class and political class are the Kings and Queens while We The People, are their slaves, serf's and plebe's.

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📍 Where are my shoutouts sending too? I'm from England, but noticed the shoutouts are reaching USA & that more often now. xD

CazOSX’s Profile Photo☠️ Cazzy The Emo Panda. ☠️
Well, Ask.fm policy is as it is, which is that the shoutout questions reach only the users closest to you in your state and not the entire country of yours, so it is impossible for your shoutout to reach across many countries. Think about this. If this could happen, you would have received over 1,000 shoutouts from various users around the world by now, wouldn't you?

I'm tired of my current job. It's so stressful when people don't put team first. I want a job that I don't have to rely on others. One that's chill. I wanna move around a bit. Any recommendations?

paramaniac915’s Profile PhotoIvan
Go to Portillos. I've been working there for more than a year, and I love it!
The policy is to treat every employee as a family; that's why there are so many wonderful people around!
Every day is a fun adventure 😊
Im tired of my current job Its so stressful when people dont put team first I

Do you have a fear of public speaking?

stevenxiii1’s Profile PhotoSteVenXIII
No....as long as I know the subject matter I actually enjoy public speaking. It's when I do not know what I am talking about that I prefer to remain silent, unlike most politicians who frequently talk about subjects (history, foreign policy, legislation, justice, ethics, economics, education, the constitution, bill of rights, healthcare, climate change, business, etc) they have little or no understanding of.

Ma le privacy policy secondo te riescono a fare un modo di rispettare la normativa europea o altrimenti c'è ip rischio che qualcuno possa influenzare i nostri gusti? Anche se non accetto la modalità di privacy su Netflix le tue informazioni vengono lo stesso recepite

polle85’s Profile PhotoAnge light
Si, ma solo da Netflix.
Se non dai il consenso non le può rivendere.
Che poi a loro cambia poco visto che chi paga sei tu a differenza di chi offre un servizio gratuito e ci guadagna vendendo i dati.

🛌 Do you like to cuddle/spoon?

You know I'm surprisingly very cuddly.. I'm also a pervert so expect to eventually be groped in some way *shrugs* teacher said honesty was the best policy #fulldisclosure lol

I "have" to ask... lol. What do YOU keep in YOUR cars glove compartment? I recently found out that hoarding napkins from fastfood restaurants, was a southern thing (which I do, lol), thanks to memes! xD I feel so seen! lolol

Coolio247’s Profile PhotoJustine Coolioness
I try to keep the car’s insurance details, breakdown policy, of course the car handbook, lots of grim face masks these days, CDs, who knows. If you really were to dig around there might be some cassettes at the back. You might have to Google that done ;-)

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2019-03-21/modern-monetary-theory-beginner-s-guide Can MMT be disastrous?

Yes. "MMT proposes that a country with its own currency, such as the U.S., doesn’t have to worry about accumulating too much debt because it can always print more money to pay interest." There is just one "minor" problem with this lunacy: the more fiat money you print, the less that money is worth - which eventually leads to inflation and ultimately, to hyperinflation. We are already seeing high inflation because Biden is printing money like it's going out of style. Yes, there are numerous contributing factors to inflation but increasing the money supply is one of the primary reasons. MMT is another utopian pipe dream which may have good intentions, but no serious economist would consider it. An absurd fiscal policy which ignores deficits and, if it is ever implemented, it would crash the entire economy within a few years. I am not surprised to learn that economic illiterates like Bernie, AOC and other witch doctors are doing this monetary rain dance. What's next? A spell to cast out the national debt? Maybe a magic potion to reduce our expenditures? MMT is not just disastrous - it is naive, shortsighted and bloody ridiculous.

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Should the USA take notes from The Netherlands and just legalize every drug and offer help to those with addictions instead of just locking them up in prison?

> Should the USA take notes from The Netherlands and just legalize every drug
That's a common misconception regarding their drug policy.
"All drugs are forbidden in the Netherlands. It is illegal to produce, possess, sell, import and export drugs. However, the government designed a drug policy with tolerates smoking cannabis under strict terms and conditions."
> and offer help to those with addictions
I would support drug treatment / rehabilitation but there are two problems:
A) Who foots the bill - the taxpayers or the addicts?
B) How should those who refuse treatment be handled?
> instead of just locking them up in prison?
Decriminalization is another issue entirely. The P.I.C. is rotten to the core and meaningful reforms are long overdue but I fail to see how society would benefit if everyone was floating around, blasted out of their minds, operating machinery, vehicles, medical equipment, etc. Would you mind if your taxi driver, airline pilot, firefighter or surgeon shot a little heroin on his lunch break? I certainly would - but it would be perfectly legal and if we smash into the side of a mountain or if the scalpel slips a few millimeters in the wrong direction, oh well, at least we can all get toasted. What a wonderful / productive society that would be - I mean, what could possibly go wrong?

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What are YOUR personality flaws?

Laziness, arrogance, mediocrity, procrastination, bad temper, depression, social anxiety, low self esteem, being insecure, being too passive sometimes, being too serious sometimes, being not serious at all sometimes, being too honest and open, being too kind with people that don't deserve it, apathy.
I am not always a fun person to talk to, I hate to say this but I sometimes just ignore people for no reason, even though I hate it when it's done to me but I sometimes do it, I mostly try to give a reason but sometimes i just can't be bothered to give a reason. I sometimes go days without speaking to some of my friends because I just can't be bothered and I ignore them.
I lack 'get-up-and-go' This translates into me having to plan even a trip to the supermarket hours ahead as it seems to involve so many intermediate steps like filling a water bottle, having a shower, picking out an outfit to wear, finding the car keys, having something to eat, putting on makeup, brushing my hair, feeding pets etc. I am so jealous of those who can just think they would like to go somewhere and are in the car or at the bus-stop within the hour. I am also extremely critical. I'd excuse this as a flaw as the main focus of my criticism falls upon myself, but I still think it makes me a meaner person when judging others in public that I know nothing about.
I am trying to learn to let go of things that are out of my control. It’s something that is still a work in progress but I am trying more and more everyday. I can’t control what my older siblings do. If they want to do drugs and go to jail that’s on them. I tried and tried to help but enough is enough. I can’t control what people do at work. If they don’t do their side work and get a lot of customer complaints I can’t do anything about it. I can’t control what people think of me and that’s okay too. I’m trying to let go.
I somehow possess low self-esteem and low confidence while being egotistical at the same time. I realize my flaws and shortcomings but I never allow others to point them out. This odd concoction has led me to become extremely insecure about practically everything about me to an unhealthy degree. It is the spark that has led to all my other personality flaws, such as procrastination, short temper, pretentiousness etc.
I have an honesty is the best policy mentality. I'm not one to sugar coat the truth. If I don't like you, I will ignore you or I will make it known that I don't like you. I will double that effort if I get the inkling that you're fake. I don't give two shits if I offend someone with a comment or a not so PC joke. Not my fault people are thin skinned.
My biggest personality flaw is definitely the fact that I care too much about what others think. I hate to admit it, but if I would wear a piece of clothing and a person would say something negative about it, I'd probably never wear that clothing again.

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How tough on people are you?

I got people under my thumb. I do most of my best work ordering other people around. I am used to having the upper hand on people. Wrecked on a motorcycle when a van pulled out in front of me. I couldn't avoid hitting the van. Broken ribs, lacerated liver, concussion, and a compound fracture of the femur. About a week in the hospital. Had 4 surgeries to fix my leg, but still in pain every day, and that was over 2 years ago. Less than a year after the accident I did a 6000 mile cross country trip, on my new motorcycle.
When trying to enforce government policy, a client of mine in a scattered site shelter hit me with a wooden chair (which broke), then asked me to give one good reason why he shouldn't just choke me and leave me there. I said because I'm the only one left in this world actively trying to make his life better, and that I'm the only one who really cares about him. He paused, then broke down crying. I then held him until he calmed down.

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Do moral rules enslave people? Can people violate moral rules to achieve a common good? Critically evaluate Machiavelli’s ideas.

Morality is the most ancient way of subjugating large groups of people. Indeed, if the ruling elite came up with a number of "commandments" and managed to instill them in the rest of the group with the help of suggestion and education, then people will do exactly what is required of them, without any external coercion, but simply because it is "good" and "right". The funny thing is that what is condemned in one group of people can be approved in another.
I think that an adult has the right to choose suitable guidelines for himself. Even if they contradict social policy... well okay.

Will anything good come from COP26

PJ_Hislop’s Profile PhotoPJ CreepyDoll
It depends for who, elite’s don’t travel to one location in their private jets for no reason, they’re incentivised, it is incredibly lucrative for them to meet up in one location and tell all the plebs why they’re bad.
The question should always be “who benefits?”, when you follow the money trail it seems that the best green policy that they have is extorting more money from the global population to line their own pockets whilst talking about how they’re going to save the planet.
A very smart scam, the reality is that the climate is going to keep on changing but the average man will become poorer and be controlled much more.
It’s fascism wearing a “save the planet” mask, because lets face it, we all want to save the planet, we live here, I can clearly see that these people are wolves in sheep’s clothing.

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Will anything good come from COP26

Political views? Do you have any?

AdrianaRafaela98’s Profile PhotoAdriianna Rafaella
Social issues:
- For the death penalty
- Gun reform (not banning)
- Medicare for all
- In favor of weed legalization with regulations, LGBT rights and pro-choice
- I think cancel culture is stupid and part of the reason why things are shit in society. It is all about fee-fees tied with power and control. Most of the time the people doing the cancelling don't actually care or even have solid arguments for their positions. Instead, it just comes from a place of wanting to look like a good person at the cost of trying to ruin someone else which is totally contradictory and really exposes that said person is actually a POS because if they were great then it would show and they wouldn't have to tell people.
Foreign Policy:
- In favor of a more active military in regards to issues dealing with the US and it's interests. The US needs strength. You have to have backbone and push other countries in order to make yourself known, especially if fucked with. The US needs to have strong boundaries. We have an idiot in the White House is totally being walked all over. Putin and Xi know that he is compromised in the brain and are exploiting the opportunity. Even Kim Jong-Un is firing missiles again. Go figure. Again, the US needs strength.
- I would've been in favor of heavily sanctioning China over COVID. It's not racist to say that either. If it were Canada or England I would say the same exact thing.
- More involvement in the South China Sea.
- Infrastructure task force every 25-50 years designated to do a nationwide improvement of the US' infrastructure. Funding comes from corporate taxes and sales from domestic manufacturing.
- Lower taxes for the people (fixed 25% tax).
- Higher taxes for the corporations (they make more money).
- Bring the jobs back and make the US a manufacturing nation again so other nations rely on us.

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What’s an interesting topic that you could spend hours talking about it?

AdrianaRafaela98’s Profile PhotoAdriianna Rafaella
The hypocrisy of the Republican Party .
They aren’t for healthcare , education , the environment or equality , the can’t separate their religious beliefs from political policy and they want to ensure they control women’s bodies.
There’s more but let’s just start with that ….

What kind of boss are you?

i am not sure yet, but i expect to be fair, to reward effort, to pay for the best and to demand the best, not to put up with anything less.
The kind that believes morale can be improved by a dam good flogging!
I try not to be one. Because I don’t have patience with a worker that doesn’t want to work but wants their pay check. Gets me mad watching watching 5 people working hard and 1 sitting on their butt then being the first one in line for their pay.
I've more concern for staff than productivity.
Work flows really well without nick picking. Easy going if some small measure of competence is shown.
Honestly, if my boss trusts me, communicates clearly and effectively (no patronizing or what have you), recognizes me when I succeed and equally/constructively criticizes me when I make a mistake, invests in my personal growth by having an open-door policy, and listens, they would have themselves a pretty hard working employee.

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ف اساله وحشه اوي بتيجي وزهقت م كتر البلوكات مفيش طريقه اخلي مش اي حد يبعتلي الحاجات دي بعد اذنكو

eXSumaeX’s Profile PhotoAsmaa elsayed
بتدخلي ال setting و بعدين privacy & policy و تعملي off ل allows anonymous questions 👀
كده مفيش مجهول هيبعتلك
انما للأسف في كتييير بيبقى اليوزر ظاهر و الرسايل منتهي السفالة جتهم قرف 🙆🏻‍♀️🙂

What do you think of China's new policy of limiting online gaming to 3 hours per week for all children? Sensible precaution to limit gaming addiction, or nanny state?

jigsaw20216838’s Profile PhotoJigsaw
Three hours... Per week? :O ... Dude, if my brothers got limited to ONLY THREE HOURS... THEY'D GO BANANAS!!! xD
I guess that's "one way" of ensuring that the child's fixation is more on their studies, and less about freeplay? *shrugs*... though, I 'do' feel that young kids sort of get addicted to games and don't really use their imagination, outside of it? Like, gaming gives them certain endorphins, and they start, um... throwing temper tantrums and such, when they are limited and don't get their way? I'm not sure if that's a problem there, but it seems to be a common one, here... *awkward square smile*...
I agree with setting a certain amount of hours, maybe on the weekend, after chores/hw/ect are completed, to have some video game time... But, to make it routine, so the child doesn't "assume" that they can call the shots?
Ngl, I find it kinda odd that China feels like it can "monitor" and have a policy to set amount of time of gaming, for each child, within their society? lol. Shouldn't that be up to the parents?

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why are you not famous ? and what you work

that is a question only other others can answer lol
I work in third level education, doing academic research and tutorials and do work in an advisory role on social policy :)
wbu ? what is your work ?
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Do you think we can achieve world peace?

iamthemater5915’s Profile Photoiamthemaster
With peace, people are freer to tour any country of their choice without fear of violence. World peace also contributes to cultural exchanges. People are able to interact freely with each other and they can learn different cultures from other people. World peace also contributes to more developed economies.
If we are to achieve meaningful peace, the foreign policy of free governments and the cultural export of free societies must: help build civil society, establish rule of law, secure individual freedoms, spark economic development, separate religion and government, secure freedom of thought and belief, and expose human.
World peace is hence only achieved through internal means—by liberating ourselves from artificial boundaries that separate us all. As with all Dharmic Religions, ahimsa (avoidance of violence) is a central concept.

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Do you think we can achieve world peace
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C. ¿Tienen menos derecho que nosotros los famosos a decir incoherencias o tonterías? ¿Es correcto que se les exija una responsabilidad debido a su situación social?

moscurry’s Profile PhotoNana Moscurry
The short answer is no. If our world was run correctly, those "famous" people would, because of their access to media, use their social status to promote social justice and social equality that benefits everyone. Instead, the rich and famous have aligned themselves with radical leftist groups (so called progressives) who are determined to suppress our freedoms and liberties, while simultaneously ignoring the law and undermining the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
In a perfect world (utopia) all humans would have the same rights, responsibilities, privileges, power and ability to affect change in the world, right? Unfortunately, that is not the world that we currently occupy. Instead, we live in a world where money equals power and power equals political influence. As a result, those people who possess the most wealth also exert the most influence in domestic and global policy. And, in my opinion, it does not matter if 99% of the worlds population disagree with the 1% who control the levers of power, because those in power will ultimately do whatever they damn well please and to hell with 99% of the worlds population.
Now to answer your question as to whether or not "famous people" have less rights or less freedom of speech because of their social position, wealth and celebrity status, I think not. Based upon the total nonsense I read and listen to emanating from Hollywood celebrities, I would say that if anything they have more rights, privileges and power than the average middle class American and most certainly more influence than the poor. And because of their alignment with the progressive left and the democrat party and the globalist ruling class, these "famous people" have access to all media outlets and methods of broadcasting their Marxist ideology without ever having to answer serious questions, defend their assertions, or in the case where they spew nonsense, are they ever held to account. In fact, they are frequently allowed to make outrageous claims concerning climate change, Critical Race Theory, BLM, Antifa, president Trump, conservatives, Trump supporters, Christians, republicans and anyone who happens to disagree with their radical ideology.
Summary: In a perfect world, all humans would be held responsible for what they say and do regardless of their social status, wealth, power or influence. That is not the world that we live in, and I do not see this hierarchical globalist social order changing anytime soon. If anything, the problems we are experiencing now, are only going to worsen as the globalist ruling class implement their New World Order to further increase their own personal wealth and the wealth and power of their family and friends.

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C Tienen menos derecho que nosotros los famosos a decir incoherencias o

What do you think of China's new policy of limiting online gaming to 3 hours per week for all children? Sensible precaution to limit gaming addiction, or nanny state?

jigsaw20216838’s Profile PhotoJigsaw
We need some more details. I can’t see how it could be policed for a starter. But for children of up to, say ten years, yes I’m all for it. Their eyesight would benefit, probably their imagination and literacy skills too. In fact I expect there are heaps of other benefits in terms of general education and psychology and just teaching kids to make their own entertainment and not rely on technology to be their support system. I’m not saying kids don’t learn anything from gaming, but it’s probably not the kind of skill they can’t pick up later on, once they’ve had a more “normal” childhood.
That said, I can also see that for some parents gaming is used as a childminder. Kids are less likely to get into trouble when they’re glued to their tablets or phones or whatever. And if that’s what the parents have to do, I wouldn’t blame them although it’s a shame if they aren’t learning how to interact with real humans. Better than hanging around, drinking cider and smoking- for teenagers. Maybe for single children gaming and the social side of it can be a substitute for having siblings, I don’t know.
You see toddlers transfixed by their parents’ iPhones in supermarkets so goodness knows what they’re allowed to get up to at home. I don’t like to think about how much time the typical child of say eleven or twelve spends gawking at screens. It’s a balance thing. And when I see really young kids with their tablets and phones and so on, I really think it must say something about how much time their parents want to spend with them. If you have parent(s) who are already addicted to gaming then they’re naturally going to give their kids greater access to gaming. Which to my mind equates to only half a childhood. So on balance, yes, go China! I wouldn’t have a problem with it. I think any responsible parent knows they need to limit the time their kids spend online and gaming is just one element of that.

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Do Aliens really exist ? What is your view on UFO sightings ?

According to the sources aliens do really exist 👀 but the government itself not serious about the situation long before there were some of the footage regarding alien presence but they aren't here. Maybe aliens have a policy not to interfere with less advanced cultures.
There have been plenty of UFO sightings on Earth. Is the government hiding the evidence? Or is it fake news?
Let's wait and watch
Do Aliens really exist  What is your view on UFO sightings
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today' news from here(?) that 150.000 Hungarians asked for settled status in the UK. I heard that some of the applicants are pestered by the authorities: raids, house-searchings etc. Would it be the way to persuade them to leave? ehh. What do u think of Thatcher's gov? I know u didnt live that time

well Orbán and his followers have fascist tendencies so perhaps not wanting to go back there
well with the current wave of xenophobia gripping England
I wouldn't be at all surprised,
I study politics/history/ philosophy so I'm familiar with Thatcher's government.
She has to be looked at in the context of the time with a failing economy and industrial strife, her approach was radical and imo wrong she had foreign policy success re the Cold War and failures re Ireland but hey it would take an essay not an answer to explore all that, she certainly wrecked the ideological consensus that had obtained in the UK since WW2

Do you agree honesty is the best policy?

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Not always.
Many times honesty would result in lack of respect and rudeness, and I find it unacceptable to hurt someone's feelings just because you're ''always honest''. That's just being unpolite.
If a little kid's drawing looks bad, wouldn't you still tell them it's lovely? If your friend buys you a gift you don't like but they spent money and time on it, wouldn't you still accept it? That's basic social norm.

How can I get blue tick of this app? Anyone please guide me about its policy! 🤷🏻

as far as i remember ... there was a link they sent ... and all they need is a picture of you holding a paper written with your username and current date.. bass ab wo link kahan se aye ga idk. ... ask.fm ke contact us me jake usne link mangy

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