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1 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [DE] (* : 09/11/16(wed)17:49:21 ID:pyfHCgSP0

How do my spanish speaking friends feel about this historical election

2 : : 09/11/16(wed)17:56:10 ID:IlcOz4pf0

Who cares, Trump will never make anime girls real. The president of USA is a meme.

3 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 09/11/16(wed)18:04:35 ID:nf4k3S/P0

As for me, the elections ended when Hillary was elected over Bernie, then I lost all the little interest I had. Later I learned that the whole thing was arranged from the beginning (DNC leaks) and then I really lost all interest. I'm just glad it's finally over.

4 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [??] (* : 09/11/16(wed)18:20:52 ID:hpW9br0oT

I can't believe Metal Gear predicted memes destroying political dynasties.

5 : : 09/11/16(wed)18:53:23 ID:PHZCLw4f0


6 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [AR] (* : 09/11/16(wed)19:20:05 ID:P8ORnAfF0

Trump is the same shit as Hillary and nothing is going to change besides the rich getting more tax cuts and maybe Trump tanking the economy faster than Hillary. He's a RINO but nobody wants to acknowledge it; an old progressive era liberal.

The Middle-East is going to keep being bombed and millions of people are going to keep dying thanks to the US, millions of illegal immigrants were already being deported under Obama, technically there's already a wall in the south border anyway, South American countries are going to keep being economically drowned, and the bourgeoisie is going to keep leading the country.

Dems could've learned from trying to fuck Bernie over (see DNC leaks) when he could've easily won against Trump, but decided to elect Hillary and use scare tactics and identity politics that alienated the white working class into voting for Trump (or not voting at all).

You might hope the actual left will rise again but considering most liberals are fucking stupid and can't stomach any form of leftism since they spend more time formulating arguments against leftists than fascists they'll probably turn to the alt-right (see: Ron Paul). Liberals who turn libertarian fucking baffle me.

7 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [JP] (* : 09/11/16(wed)19:55:50 ID:qUnCVJHv0

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8 : : 09/11/16(wed)20:33:36 ID:YGFk++AL0

Japs are the #1 ballsuckers of U.S, pathetic.

9 : : 09/11/16(wed)20:35:24 ID:nf4k3S/P0

Come on, that was totally uncalled for.

10 : : 09/11/16(wed)20:41:53 ID:dcHSuxdmT

Can't blame them when they've been dependent on US ever since WWII.

11 : : 09/11/16(wed)20:54:48 ID:nf4k3S/P0

I mean, aren't japanese not that fond of american people?

13 : : 09/11/16(wed)21:26:40 ID:cSLzqw6tT

Indeed, netouyo hate them because their government doesn't let them have an army (instead they get the JSDF) and be an imperialist and monarchic country again.

14 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (179.4.*.*) : 09/11/16(wed)22:11:52 ID:OGRfMlQc0

I prefer Trump over Hillary because of Geopolitical reasons (which are the only reason someone living outside the US should care), that isn't to say that I like him.

What I liked about this elections is that they showed how most career politicians in the U.S. are a complete joke and how Democracy is easily exploited if you have resources.
Sanders endorsing Hillary, backing down his capaign like a bitch, emails showing that the DNC primaries were corrupt as fuck and him playing on Hillary's side in the end; Ted Cruz thinking he had a chance; half of the republican party preferring Clinton over their own candidate because he wasn't one of them; Obama having to give discourses to convince people, not saying that Hillary was good, but that Trump was worse; people crying about the results and wanting to live in Canada; the memes; etc...

Even here people supported Bernie, so seeing him betraying his own movement brought a grin to my face.
I think everyone reasonable would have predicted that Trump was the winner, because you win elections by convincing and saying whatever the majority wants to hear. You can't win if you appeal to minorities, in one way or the other you have to say what the majority wants to hear, as simple as that. Fortunately/sadly, that's basic Democracy for you.

15 : : 09/11/16(wed)22:14:43 ID:JWgtNOOV0

>Sanders endorsing Hillary
He had to, he's still a democrat.

>backing down his capaign like a bitch
? The DNC chose Hillary, why would he keep going with his campaign lmfao

16 : : 09/11/16(wed)22:30:09 ID:P8ORnAfF0

Why WOULDN'T Sanders endorse Shillary, though? It's a win/win situation for him. Now that Trump won and Hillary was such a huge failure, the DNC has been exposed as being frauds and he's free to shit on dems as much as he pleases. Hell, if I was him I sure would be laughing my ass off at these retards.

He's been vindicated, and many people in the party are now speaking freely about how they feel about the whole thing.

Besides, on his personal twitter he even defended Trump and people that would vote for him sometimes, like saying voting for Trump doesn't make you a racist (which should be common sense, but, you know, liberals).

17 : : 09/11/16(wed)22:32:03 ID:P8ORnAfF0


>Donald Trump tapped into the anger of a declining middle class that is sick and tired of establishment economics, establishment politics and the establishment media. People are tired of working longer hours for lower wages, of seeing decent paying jobs go to China and other low-wage countries, of billionaires not paying any federal income taxes and of not being able to afford a college education for their kids - all while the very rich become much richer.

>To the degree that Mr. Trump is serious about pursuing policies that improve the lives of working families in this country, I and other progressives are prepared to work with him. To the degree that he pursues racist, sexist, xenophobic and anti-environment policies, we will vigorously oppose him.

18 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (179.4.*.*) : 09/11/16(wed)22:33:09 ID:OGRfMlQc0

>He had to, he's still a democrat.
He was anti-establishment, most of his supporters agreed with him in bringing down (or at least reforming) the American Capitalist system.
If you put the ideas of your party, not to say that American parties are too ideological, before your own (and your supporters), then you are clearly are more of a career politician than a revolter. That's fine, if Ted Cruz (for example) supports Trump it's understandable, because he didn't promise change or Revolutionizing the system, but Sanders promised that and tried to take distance with the Establishment.

I don't remember who said it, but it's like if the leader of Occupy Wall Street endorsed HSBC or any big bank.
It's possible, it does make sense and he isn't forced to follow his supporters, but it's not ethical at all and he clearly didn't HAVE to do it.

>? The DNC chose Hillary, why would he keep going with his campaign lmfao
Gee I don't know, maybe so that Hillary would add part of his agenda into hers and show everyone that he wasn't backing down from his movement?
He killed his own social movement, after the DNC primary some people where protesting and he told them to ease down. He could have at least promised something more, he could have done a lot more, he could have pushed an investigation into the Primary elections, so that MAYBE he became the DNC candidate.
However, he sat on his hands the whole time. I have no respect for the guy honestly.

19 : : 09/11/16(wed)22:36:45 ID:Sh1fCmlp0

first liberals cried when trump won and now that trump is backing out on what he said about banning muslims in literally less than a day after winning i've already read many people desperately trying to justify him not keeping his promises

i couldn't have asked for more
well, maybe bernie winning, but you get what i mean

20 : : 09/11/16(wed)22:50:07 ID:hpW9br0oT

>He was anti-establishment
Don't exaggerate, he was a socdem aka a reformist.

>so that MAYBE he became the DNC candidate
lol no, DNC would've never allowed Bernie to be their candidate precisely because he would've gone against their corporate interests.

21 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (179.4.*.*) : 09/11/16(wed)23:00:11 ID:OGRfMlQc0

Your first argument doesn't really go against what I said in the post.

I'm sure the DNC prefer to lose the election to Trump than let Bernie run (Sanders would have won). However, your argument is that he is a Democrat after all right?
So what is it, he goes against the DNC interests or he is a member?

22 : : 09/11/16(wed)23:01:15 ID:nf4k3S/P0

Both. But going against DNC corruption doesn't make him "ani-establishment".

23 : : 09/11/16(wed)23:05:01 ID:Xe63QEJST

If anything going against DNC corruption is common sense.

24 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [JP] (* : 09/11/16(wed)23:14:56 ID:CKD+wBxS0

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25 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [JP] (* : 09/11/16(wed)23:16:36 ID:CKD+wBxS0

26 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (179.4.*.*) : 09/11/16(wed)23:18:08 ID:OGRfMlQc0

No everyone reads moonrunes

27 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [JP] (* : 09/11/16(wed)23:18:10 ID:CKD+wBxS0

I just hope Donald Trump dissolves TPP pact .

28 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (179.4.*.*) : 09/11/16(wed)23:18:35 ID:OGRfMlQc0

Not everyone reads moonrunes

29 : : 09/11/16(wed)23:21:09 ID:nf4k3S/P0

I think you're supposed to say that about russian. Get your memes checked dude.

30 : : 09/11/16(wed)23:39:19 ID:CKD+wBxS0


31 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 09/11/16(wed)23:46:51 ID:DB9gH/440


32 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (179.4.*.*) : 10/11/16(thu)00:06:22 ID:dyu5+UpV0

>>25 Please translate that, my jap furendo.

33 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 10/11/16(thu)01:09:48 ID:wfO15kx20

It's Trump saying in 1988 that Japan-US alliance was a victory for Japan because now the US has to protect Japan for free, but that it shouldn't continue like this. Basically the Japanese are afraid Trump would cut Japan-US relations.

34 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [JP] (* : 10/11/16(thu)01:41:18 ID:OUgX2PDe0

(」・∀・)」 <だーれーかー、あーそーぼー♪

35 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [JP] (* : 10/11/16(thu)01:42:56 ID:OUgX2PDe0


36 : : 10/11/16(thu)06:06:23 ID:pX56JdXD0


37 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (200.10.*.*) : 10/11/16(thu)15:54:52 ID:OVfADpBA0

>>33 I don't understand how they allow to have U.S military bases in his territory and marines who rape cute Okinawan girls.
Japs are so masochistic and stupid.

38 : : 10/11/16(thu)16:11:45 ID:wuEmFZog0


40 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 10/11/16(thu)20:40:48 ID:wVSRJ7VJ0

>>87 If they don't allow that, the gringos fuck their economy

Sorry for the shitty english

41 : : 10/11/16(thu)20:46:19 ID:wuEmFZog0

You just missed a "will" before the "fuck". I'd give you a B+.

42 : : 10/11/16(thu)20:47:47 ID:eATNgv970

Sheee, the gringa

43 : : 10/11/16(thu)20:50:04 ID:wuEmFZog0


44 : : 10/11/16(thu)23:48:32 ID:KRbu4dMCT

Their economy is already kinda shit too,

45 : : 10/11/16(thu)23:50:09 ID:ir54rp4/0

How come? I always hear about how Japan has no homeless people at all, and the streets are really clean. etc

46 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [US] (137.146.*.*) : 11/11/16(fri)17:35:42 ID:EL176UEr0


47 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 11/11/16(fri)17:36:11 ID:hUD2N+QX0

ahoy sailor

48 : : 11/11/16(fri)17:56:07 ID:pPadQhgbT

le orange conman

49 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [US] (* : 12/11/16(sat)22:50:44 ID:zAVOrhn60

I hate people in this fucking country so much. Nothing but proto-fascists who love to suck dictator cock and jack off on how anti-intellectual they are. The only reason Trump won is because of the millions of fucking retards who spite-voted just to "stick it to the libhruls!!!" and "muh sjw tears!!!" instead of thinking things through and actually trying to change the system.

It's a repeat of 2000. It's George W. Bush conning the idiotic masses all over again. History really does repeat itself. Giving internet to the average joe was a massive fucking mistake.

50 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 12/11/16(sat)22:53:44 ID:e6XePDHt0

>>49 You're the reason beacause Trump win, man.

51 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [US] (* : 12/11/16(sat)23:02:11 ID:zAVOrhn60

No, the problem is that the democrats are spineless cowards who did nothing but suck up to an establishment that everyone hated and tried to push a very pro-wall street candidate in 2016.

Rural America is a joke, man. I grew up there, I lived there for most of my life. It's a cesspit and nobody who lives there is remotely worthy of sympathy.

Our president is promising to bring back "manufacturing jobs" in a time where we have self-driving trucks all but on the mass production line. There isn't going to be anything done to help the suckers who bought the republican's snake oil.

52 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 12/11/16(sat)23:14:03 ID:e6XePDHt0

>>51 So, What do you think will happen in the future?

53 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 13/11/16(sun)00:06:44 ID:MaXvpszT0

We felt the Bern in Chile:

>Later, Sanders also highlighted the CIA's role in the overthrow of former Chilean President Salvador Allende in 1973, stating “He was a democratic candidate, he won a fair election, the CIA overthrew him."

This guy was awesome.

54 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 13/11/16(sun)02:47:05 ID:0Ko99yYI0

Pretty much. The (mostly white) working class is fed up with the establishment and the "left" (or more like the establishment with a progressive face) failed to provide an answer to them. Bernie wrote about this.

55 : : 13/11/16(sun)12:40:16 ID:MaXvpszT0

Hopefully to jail

56 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [CL] (* : 16/11/16(wed)05:36:22 ID:ufw4VQyr0

Friends predicted Trump's reign.

57 : : 16/11/16(wed)08:47:14 ID:EGyW+Hiva

About everyone who supported Trump "predicted" it.

58 : : 19/11/16(sat)00:27:11 ID:HvlUdNt9T

I saw a lot of Trump supporters skeptical about him winning.
Can't blame them when Hillary had bought almost everyone, really.

59 : : 20/11/16(sun)01:19:36 ID:7rd62BOFT

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60 : Nameless@Passing through the lobby [US] (* : 08/01/17(sun)18:40:17 ID:Zk4wjCbJ0

>Liberals who turn libertarian fucking baffle me.
I think that has to do with how our entire political structure is set up. Besides the two big parties, the Libertarian Party makes the largest third party here in the USA, Gary Johnson got over 4 million votes compared to Stein (Green Party) who got 1 million. Considering how nuts everything is, I wouldn't mind some libertarian policies being implemented (concurrently with some sensible socdem reforms, if done right you could convince most people that you're not being overly socialistic).

61 : : 15/01/17(sun)06:19:21 ID:m9SFuieq0

>Rural America is a joke, man. I grew up there, I lived there for most of my life. It's a cesspit and nobody who lives there is remotely worthy of sympathy.
I could say the same for most around where I live (a city only ~21 miles southwest of Manhattan). There's plenty of degenerate cokeheads, heroin abusers, occasional shootings (mind you I live in a state with strict gun control, which is needless to say a joke) no less bad than their rural counterparts.

62 : : 12/09/17(tue)02:26:06 ID:98QViAeP0

Donald Trump isn't really much different from any of the other presidents the US has had, which, needless to say, have all been garbage.

63 : : 19/09/17(tue)18:46:26 ID:G7l0TqOOa

It's been about 8 months now since he's been president, I have to agree. At least he put a stop to TPP.
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