I'll answer each of your points separately as I am not actually elaborating views of my own, but instead only responding to your views.
At 4/8/10 07:37 AM, Deadclever23 wrote:
I'm not racist but I would say I'm fascist.
A fascist? Are you serious? I thought you guys were wiped off the planet in the 40's. Let's see what interesting political ideas you have to share with us, shall we?
Stuff this EU crap. It's a terrible idea. I know that if the EU became a country it would become the biggest country in the world
Hey bro. Check this out - one of them is the european union, and the other one is some random country in our world. Does it look to you like the EU would be the biggest country in the world? Also, when exactly did you get the idea that EU is going to become a country? I don't see how it could happen anywhere in the foreseeable future. The EU is an economical and political union, it's been that way for decades and I don't see why it should suddenly change. It seems like all along your post you make senseless comments because you are confused about what the European Union is and what it aims to achieve - you keep talking about the EU as a single country.
but I hate superpowers that have that much wealth, power and diversity.
Oh, so now it's personal? You think the UK should pull out of the EU because you hate countries that have too much power? That makes sense. Not only that, but you seem to be misunderstanding the purpose of the EU. The union seeks to balance the economy across Europe. You seem to be thinking that the EU will create some sort of super-country to dominate the world, where in fact it teams up with the poorer and less fortunate. You want a super power? Get France, Germany, England, and a couple other countries in Western Europe on your team and you get the majority of the wealth and political power in the western world. Also, I hate to break it to you but there's really no diversity at all in Western Europe. You brits might think that the French are from another planet just because they eat cheese and speak funny, but in reality we're all the same. You want to see some diversity? Try to unite North Korea with Germany and Syria.
There's too many different ethnicities in the EU for it to work well, it would be in the interest of the people.
Let me get this straight: you think that agricultural efforts like the CAP can't work in Europe because of a too high variety of ethnicities? What exactly is going on in your mind? Have a look at this figure - it's the total spendings of the EU (labels in the description). Over 75% of their spendings are just on agriculture and construction / infrastructure. How are their efforts going to get penalized by the "many different ethnicities"? I would like to know.
It's the kind of thing that causes revolution. Like Tsarist Russia for example. Their huge ethnic diversity made an unstable country as it was so big and so diverse it was close to impossible to control.
Aha, Tsarist Russia. Such wild references for someone who can't understand simple politics. You claim that the Russian Empire collapsed and gave place to Soviet Russia due to its size and diversity. Incredible! Let's have a look. 1848. Guy named Karl writes about his political ideas. Russia has been under autocratic control for hundreds of years. Problem is, the autocrats sucked really badly. Result? A weak Russian Empire with a very flawed political system. What a coincidence that at the same time people were spreading communist ideas around the world. Despite strong disagreements between the Bolsheviks - who call for an early revolution - and the Mensheviks - who insist that the communist uprising must wait - the Bolsheviks take control of Petrograd and spread across the entire country. You claim the revolution took place because Russia was so big and unorganized, right? Back then they had no radio, no telephone; yet the Bolsheviks successfully took control of the entirety of Russia, and not only that. Go forward to the 1930's, Stalin manages to get the entire country working together on soviet industrialization, with tremendous results. In 1941, he gathers up an immense army to defend the eastern front, and successfully blocks the nazis despite everyone thinking that the soviets don't stand a chance against the German army which is known for its great efficiency and strategical prominence. Suddenly, Russia doesn't seem so unstable, huh? Seems like after all it was not Russia's size that made it hard to control, but the incompetence of the autocrat rulers pre-1917. Please note that this has no relevance at all to the EU, which you have again mistaken for being a single country; I just felt that your foolish comparison between the EU and the Russian Empire had to be corrected.
Britain should stop concentrating on crap like the EU and start concentrating on getting everyone equal rights, opportunities and work on mixing social classes and ethnicities together in order to create a less separated Britain. Stuff fringe parties like the BNP and their rascism.
Equal rights? Pah! I laugh at your silly ideals, human. Are you implying that being in the EU distracts your country from providing equal rights to its citizens? I see no logical connection in this as a reason for your opposition to the EU. I don't know how you want your government to mix social classes and ethnicities. Maybe invite all the billionaires to a tea party with the construction workers and the black people? That's going to have such a great impact on the country. The mindless ideas that you spout are not only laughable due to their complete irrelevance to the modern world, but also can't be achieved in any realistic way. The EU is actually getting shit done: constructing infrastructure, handles agriculture, and boosts the European market. But screw that! Let's work on mixing social classes instead, because that will make a true change in our world! Cool!
Fascism and communism can mix.
Facism: extreme nationalism, full focus on internal economics, political isolation and lack of collaboration with the rest of the world. Governmental support for big companies and business.
Communism: an effort to unite the workers of the world and form a nationless society with a strong emphasis on equality and opposition to any kind of currency.
I'd love to see how you can mix those. They pretty much stand for opposite things.
A strong fasco-communo country is what is needed.
Unbelievable. Get a clue, kid. You puny teenagers with your revolutionary political ideas make me sick.
Your vulgarization of political ideologies and ignorance in historical events is an insult to the internets. The reasons you provided to support your view opposing the European union are without any form of thought and common sense. This is why I was so bold in my last reply to you. It's clear that your political views originate from vague things that you may have heard people say, or seen on television or on the internet, and not from actual thought and research or education.