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    I'm suprised that you're so angry about the result of this elections, because of things that just may happen in the internal US policy,

    But why do you ignore US foreign policy, which is far more of our concern?
    Where were you when USA started unilateral foreign policy, and breaking international law? The case of Kosovo for example- what the hell with the principle of integrity? The Russia has warned us back then "If you don't respect this principle, we won't respect it neither". So they did. What do you think? That US, or the west in general, has right to destroy friends of their competitor, and expect him to do nothing with disturbance in power balance?

    Where were you when they destroyed Libya together with French, when UN introduced flight ban, which the US understood as clearance for bombing the Kaddafi's forces? And what is the result of this splendid "democratic" revolution? Chaos, poverty, home war!

    Where were you recently, when US was supporting Daesh (Al-Queda) in Libya, and Turkey was supporting the ISIS? They took part in breaking the international law, and destabilisation of the Middle East, in competition for influence against Russia- which dangerous as itself, why they didn't do anything with the fact that more journalists are locked up in prisons in Turkey, than in Russia?

    Why didn't you care about bigotry of American foreign policy, but you're going crazy about internal affairs of the United States, because they have elected a guy who didn't yet do anything?

    Obama had started with a Nobel prize, and set the Middle East on fire, (Ukraine too actually, at least Americans, and we, Europe, irresposibly have taken part in it, like we were unable to read official Russian declaration on the doctrine of the close boarder).



    I've been damn searching for works with some reliable data about approach of young muslims in France towards toleration and I couldn't find any. So I've asked my lecturer from political studies and he said "such works are inexistant".
    So perhaps we should hope the with Trump it'll go the opposite than with Obama, and find out what kind of problems do we really have here, what exactly is really happening, and how to integrate OUR societies.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    he seems like a nice, principled family man.
    Yes, he only divorced two times!
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    (Original post by stargirl63)
    You're kidding me right?

    He wants to build a wall to keep Mexicans out, he wants no other Muslims to enter the country, he has constantly campaigned that immigration is the reason why Americans can’t get jobs (as opposed to the fact that they are unqualified). It's the most blatant act of racism and stereotyping we have seen. No other country is taking such extreme measures.
    So, in response to a question asking you for evidence of racism, you talk about Mexicans (an ethnicity) and Muslims (a religion)?
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    How can anybody delude themselves into believing that? :rofl:
    I think he is. He always has his wife and children standing next to him when he's giving speeches or when he was st the RNC, even when he's winning. His children are really successful and he is partly responsible for that. It's clear that he is a great parent and he is a nice, likeable person in my opinion. He is not the angry idiot that the media portrays him as. He is a good, conservative, passionate family man who loves his country and wants to make it better for everyone.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    I think he is. He always has his wife and children standing next to him when he's giving speeches or when he was st the RNC, even when he's winning. His children are really successful and he is partly responsible for that. It's clear that he is a great parent and he is a nice, likeable person in my opinion. He is not the angry idiot that the media portrays him as. He is a good, conservative, passionate family man who loves his country and wants to make it better for everyone.
    You must be trolling. No sane person could possibly think having one's wife and children stand next to you = being a family man. His kids work for his company, that's called nepotism, not success. He isn't even a conservative, he used to be a Democrat for goodness sake. :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by Wōden)
    You kicked us into the dirt, mocked us, scorned us, belittled us, demonised us and blamed us for all the worlds ills
    And so you vote for a man who treats others how you don't want to be treated.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    You must be trolling. No sane person could possibly think having one's wife and children stand next to you = being a family man. His kids work for his company, that's called nepotism, not success. He isn't even a conservative, he used to be a Democrat for goodness sake. :facepalm2:
    I'm not trolling. I post a lot on here and I have supported Trump for a while now. He is very much a family man- even Hillary Clinton said that his children are great and successful and that' that says a lot about Donald'. He is a conservative- he is pro-life, wants to lower taxes for the poor and for corporations, and he wants more freedom for Americans. People are allowed to change party if they want, that's their choice. Maybe he felt that the Democratic Party no longer suited his political views.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    I'm not trolling. I post a lot on here and I have supported Trump for a while now. He is very much a family man- even Hillary Clinton said that his children are great and successful and that' that says a lot about Donald'. He is a conservative- he is pro-life, wants to lower taxes for the poor and for corporations, and he wants more freedom for Americans. People are allowed to change party if they want, that's their choice. Maybe he felt that the Democratic Party no longer suited his political views.
    Even his current policies have more in line with democrat values, hell the guy even called republicans morons that lap up any lie you tell them.
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    This is hilarious. I'm thrilled Trump won.

    Just highlights how unrepresentative the SJW nonsense actually is. Twitter is not the general public.
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    Could he actually make abortion illegal?
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    (Original post by Robby2312)
    What the hell is an msm? And I never said hilary was a good candidate.They were both terrible candidates and both allegedly criminals as well. I doubt his thoughts on global warming were a joke,a lot of republicans seem to hold that view of global warming.Thats important seeing as climate change is a major issue facing the world today,an american president should be informed on the subject. Regardless the man is clearly an idiot.But to pretend like some people on this thread were that trump is some sort of champion of the working class is absurd.He is not some sort of plucky underdog challenging the big bad establishment.Hes part of the establishment. Hilary clinton was invited to his wedding back in 2005 so hes not exactly her mortal enemy.They are both part of the establishment and the working class are going to get screwed over again.
    ****. forgot to add. msm = mainstream media: CNN, ABC, skynews, e.t.c (exceptions of things like R.T and drudge report and wikileaks, fox news etc).

    and to the other massive texts of words; g, i'm not that fussed any more. trump won. we'll see how life turns out...
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    (Original post by drowzee)
    What a typical, neckbeard, keyboard warrior response. :rofl: I'm not "#triggered" just because I express my dismay. I disliked Hillary too, a lot.
    N'awww, is the ickle wickle snowflake going to cry :P
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    If Trump takes the US out of the Middle East, this can only be good news.

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    If Trump takes the US out of the Middle East, this can only be good news.

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    His policy isn't exactly to do that, but kinda is. It's more "leave it to the l9cals" than Clinton, but with congress it won't entirely be that. Throw in that he seems very pro Israel that strengthens the "yes, but no' position

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    His policy isn't exactly to do that, but kinda is. It's more "leave it to the l9cals" than Clinton, but with congress it won't entirely be that. Throw in that he seems very pro Israel that strengthens the "yes, but no' position

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    I side with Palestine moreso (Trump and Clinton both back Israel) but it would be incredibly refreshing to see the US not be the Worlds Policemen. If we tackle the ME, we do so as a union (say, NATO) so there is a swift removal, a transitional govt to ensure a democratic vote occurs and then election. A non-militaristic republican party would be amazing and an acceptance of the limitations of the US miltary (unlikely I guess) would be great
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    His policy isn't exactly to do that, but kinda is. It's more "leave it to the l9cals" than Clinton, but with congress it won't entirely be that. Throw in that he seems very pro Israel that strengthens the "yes, but no' position

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    Well, he may (probably) will retract the Iran nuclear deal, which, IMO, would be tragic. He'll back Assad in Syria to destroy ISIS (tolerable)Libya who knows? Otherwise...no idea.
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    (Original post by TrueDetective01)
    N'awww, is the ickle wickle snowflake going to cry :P
    Yes, even I cried, you are so mean, this is all too much for me. Why are all of you so mean? :cry2:
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    (Original post by DanB1991)
    Well the worlds completely mad.... first brexit now this.... :lolwut: think I need a break from the world....
    Can I join you?
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    (Original post by stargirl63)
    Trump is just a power hungry man. He thinks that running a country is the same way as running a business.

    Let's face it, there are a lot of hidden racist people in the world - Brexit and Trump are the tip of the ice burg as people are now not afraid to voice their opinions. If the most powerful man in America is racist, so can they.
    What has Trump EVER done that was racist?
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    Right has triumphed over wrong!

    Good over evil!

    Criminals will be deported!

    ISIS will be destroyed.

    Churchill's bust will be reinstated.

    Britain will be at the front of the que for our post Brexit trade deal now we have someone in the white house who knows who Americas friends are.

    Labour and half the Tories will try to block Brexit leading to their annihilation by UKIP at the next election and Farage will be elected as PM heralding the beginning of a golden era for UK, US relations and civilisation as a whole.
 
 
 
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