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    (Original post by Aerospengie)
    I couldnt give less of a **** my friend
    The industrial stuff they produce is crap, the rest of it is consumerist trash
    it's a mistake of a country with awful history and it needs eliminating
    UNESCO disagrees.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    UNESCO disagrees.
    what an absolute non statement
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    By this logic, why shouldn't you destroy The Falklands instead? It's not a county, so what is it?
    But we've blowed up Argentina, so might as well keep the Falklands.
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    (Original post by dindu)
    US emits much more greenhouse gases per capita.
    Qatar is the highest CO2 polluter per capita.

    Even Australia is worse per capita than America.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Qatar is the highest CO2 polluter per capita.

    Even Australia is worse per capita than America.
    It's normal for small countries to have much higher per capita emission.
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    Europe: Russia, Putin can just **** off

    Asia: North Korea (obvious)

    Oceania: Probably Tahiti or somewhere tiny like that (nothing on this continent anyway kek.)

    Africa: DR Congo (again, obvious)

    N.America: Mexico (The other two countries on this continent are effective trading partners, sorry Mexico )

    S.America: Venezuela (because **** socialism.)
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    (Original post by dindu)
    It's normal for small countries to have much higher per capita emission.
    Not that normal. UAE has a similar population to Belgium and per capita emissions are 2.4x higher.

    Oh and Australia = not small....
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    Europe: Russia, Putin can just **** off

    Asia: North Korea (obvious)

    Oceania: Probably Tahiti or somewhere tiny like that (nothing on this continent anyway kek.)

    Africa: DR Congo (again, obvious)

    N.America: Mexico (The other two countries on this continent are effective trading partners, sorry Mexico )

    S.America: Venezuela (because **** socialism.)
    Belize instead of mexico imo
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    Europe: Russia, Putin can just **** off

    Asia: North Korea (obvious)

    Oceania: Probably Tahiti or somewhere tiny like that (nothing on this continent anyway kek.)

    Africa: DR Congo (again, obvious)

    N.America: Mexico (The other two countries on this continent are effective trading partners, sorry Mexico )

    S.America: Venezuela (because **** socialism.)
    North America has more three countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panamá, Costa Rica are all on the continent, plus more than a handful of island nations (including Cuba), and overseas territories of other countries such as Denmark and the UK.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Not that normal. UAE has a similar population to Belgium and per capita emissions are 3x higher.

    Oh and Australia = not small....
    It is. Every country needs an industry, more people dilute the per capita average.

    Australia is miniscule compared to US and China.
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    (Original post by Mr Moon Man)
    Belize instead of mexico imo
    Destroying one of Her Majesty's realms?

    Treason.
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    (Original post by dindu)
    It is. Every country needs an industry, more people dilute the per capita average.

    Australia is miniscule compared to US and China.
    I just compared Belgium (pop 11m) to UAE (pop 9m). Despite having a similar sized population the UAE is 2.5x worse per capita than Belgium.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    I just compared Belgium (pop 11m) to UAE (pop 9m). Despite having a similar sized population the UAE is 2.5x worse per capita than Belgium.
    So? They're both small countries, what's your point?
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    Destroying USA alone is sufficient.
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    Asia - China. ****ing China.
    Oceana - Phillipines. The people are cool, but the country really is not.
    Europe - The Vatican City.
    Africa - My geographical knowledge of Africa is a massive "Eh, what's this?" Anywhere really.
    North America - Mexico. Sorts that out.
    South America - ****ing Brazil, what a pit.
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    (Original post by dindu)
    So? They're both small countries, what's your point?
    You said "It's normal for small countries to have much higher per capita emission."

    I just showed it's not normal.
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    North America: USA
    South America: Argentina
    Asia: Saudi Arabia
    Europe: Germany
    Africa: Ghana
    Oceania: Guam
    Antarctica: Penguins
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    (Original post by dragonzrmetal)
    Asia - China. ****ing China.
    Oceana - Phillipines. The people are cool, but the country really is not.
    Europe - The Vatican City.
    Africa - My geographical knowledge of Africa is a massive "Eh, what's this?" Anywhere really.
    North America - Mexico. Sorts that out.
    South America - ****ing Brazil, what a pit.
    The Philippines are in Asia, not Oceania.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    You said "It's normal for small countries to have much higher per capita emission."

    I just showed it's not normal.
    Yes small countries compared to bigger ones... (by big countries I mean around 50m+ population)

    That doesn't mean every small country has higher per capita emissions
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    The Philippines are in Asia, not Oceania.
    True, my mistake, so thanks for educating me. Noone in Oceania has really done anything worth being eliminated for, however, so for the purposes of my borderline indiscriminate worldwide devastation I'm going to redraw the boundaries around the Philippines.
 
 
 
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