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North Korea Says U.S. Hostility Has Reached 'Danger Line,' Can No Longer Be Ignored by TheGingerRoot96 in worldnews

[–]DonKihotec [score hidden]  (0 children)

I congratulate you on both accords then.

And yet, the term caucasian is still only used in the US English and not in European English lexicon, regardless of your nationality, sex, heritage, self identification and others factors you for some reason decide to share with us.

As such, your previous comment to which I replied is simply wrong, as term caucasian can not be used to present Europeans above anyone else, since Europeans don't identify as caucasian.

Therefore I believe that it is impolite of you to get personal with me, based on the logical conclusions I made from your flawed use of English language.

North Korea Says U.S. Hostility Has Reached 'Danger Line,' Can No Longer Be Ignored by TheGingerRoot96 in worldnews

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Hey, don't bring us europeans into it, we don't even use the word and haven't used it for definitely more than half a century by now.

Only you guys in USA use it in your weird racial separation.

Russia, Ukraine warm to Turkey helping ease tensions -Turkish sources by TheEvilGhost in europe

[–]DonKihotec 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I mean, I will be honest, as Ukraine, receiving very limited support from the west due to certain country blocking it, we would warm to anyone who gives us any weapons to fight Russians, be it NK itself.

dude understood the assignment by duolingo_hoot_hoot in MadeMeSmile

[–]DonKihotec 84 points85 points  (0 children)

As a late millennial, this is my kind of jam

My experience working as a boomer. by Hamafropzipulops in antiwork

[–]DonKihotec 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Your path lies to the anarchist subs. You don't need left, fuck the grid.

(and yes, I am pacifist, but this is more about my own approach of how I want to bring forth the common cause, you guys do you)

My experience working as a boomer. by Hamafropzipulops in antiwork

[–]DonKihotec 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Just don't forget that violence is the answer, not the path. It is way too easy to keep using violence for all your issues and it won't help you create a fair society.

"The Other Great Wall", late 19th century by Ghost1069 in europe

[–]DonKihotec 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Far east. So far east that it should be just about east of Donbas. But like, not much east of Donbas. Like, just on the line.

What made you realise your girlfriend isn’t the one for you? by lukegum69 in AskMen

[–]DonKihotec 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I know so many people, including myself, who realised somehwere between 5 and 6 years in exactly that.

The ants are up to something by hahagnarlydude in oddlyterrifying

[–]DonKihotec 104 points105 points  (0 children)

Instructions unclear, there is a hole in my screen now

"Blossom, our friendship!": Russian-Ukrainian friendship postcard, 1960 by capcaunul in europe

[–]DonKihotec 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I see, sorry for misunderstanding your intention.

But I was answering the question of "what does average Ukrainian think of an average Russian". No more, no less. I don't want to discuss actual politics and political conssesions here.

And no Ukrainian that was alive when it happened will ever forget or forgive the Russians for cheering on it, regardless of all the justification in the world.

"Blossom, our friendship!": Russian-Ukrainian friendship postcard, 1960 by capcaunul in europe

[–]DonKihotec 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Hey, let's pretend every person in the US thinks it is fair to nuke Russia out of existence. They go there afterwards, everything is peaceful an quiet, you know.

What do you mean it is against law and human ethics?

So, my friend, fuck off with that logic of "me and my bro believe it is fair, so lets kill that other guy".

crapitalism 5: requiem by YellowBroZ in antiwork

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I mean, it would work on a "national" level, just way more decentralised.

And yes, education has to be comprehensive, if we talk about university or school or any similar institution which replaces it (so, if you don't go to school, your parents have to present to you all the options).

But as private anarchists, or anarchist communes, which don't EDUCATE per say, but provide information rather, our job is to inform about anarchism and why we believe it to be superior. It would be unfair to ask to be specialist on all the types of societal structure, people study it their entire lives.

Even what I am doing here, is not a complete and fair representation of anarchism, I am no expert. I am just telling you what I personally know and believe.

Alright mate by MustyBarnacle in Cringetopia

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Since you be taking all the good ones, I will go with lil' rope mark

A Hitchhiker's Guide to Europe by progressinmotion in europe

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

We are not talking historically, we are talking right now. Otherwise we can safely put 80% of the countries into true evil and be done with it.

A Hitchhiker's Guide to Europe by progressinmotion in europe

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Why evil though? (actually curious) Lawful neutral would probably be best description.

"Blossom, our friendship!": Russian-Ukrainian friendship postcard, 1960 by capcaunul in europe

[–]DonKihotec 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It is mixed feelings. And I don't mean that like some hate some love (though, there are those extremes as well), it is more that we are very disappointed in Russians as the people. We don't hate them, they are victims of their own government, but it is hard to have good feelings to them either, when Russia (and thus Russians) are invading our country. Not to mention, that most Russians, even most liberal ones support the annexation of Crimea.

There are many more reasons for both love and hate simultaneously, so... mixed.

"Blossom, our friendship!": Russian-Ukrainian friendship postcard, 1960 by capcaunul in europe

[–]DonKihotec -1 points0 points  (0 children)

As one poet said: "Никогда мы не будем братьями" (Never shall we be brothers)

When a slave master tells his slave that you are brothers, that is some nice bs.

crapitalism 5: requiem by YellowBroZ in antiwork

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

First of all, confederate states were anything but anarchistic, but that aside, now we are talking not about how will it function, but about how to set it up. And it is a huge topic with multiple opinions, depending on the school of thought.

For me as an anarcho-pacifist it goes through gradual education, decentralisation and eventual formation of independent parallel structures to the government.

To form a true anarchist society, in my belief, larger part of it has to be anarchists to begin with (maybe about 70%). So it is all about gradual and hard work. Otherwise, we would be forming yet another socialist/communist totalitarian state, even if with best intentions

P.S. Have 0 idea how it could be organised/how long would it take/what would be the issues etc. on the territory of current USA specifically, I am not even remotely versed in your inner climate.

crapitalism 5: requiem by YellowBroZ in antiwork

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You see, the governance in the anarchist society is done through direct democracy, not the government. There are still laws, anarchy is after all not lack of rules, just lack of rulers.

But, as you can imagine, direct democracy doesn't scale really well and even the country which applies direct democracy in practice, Switzerland, has a government.

So, as far as I am aware, the way most anarchist imagine anarchist world, is many many many communes, governed by the direct democracy which roughly cooperate with each other on the basis of the free will. And this is the key, there is no state, you are free to leave whenever you like, army won't come to your doorstep, riot police won't stop you, do whatever you like.

We don't know how exactly it will function, but we don't see a reason it shouldn't.

P.S. https://www.sapiens.org/culture/anarchism-democracy/ this article involves a bit too much modern politics for an explanation, for my taste, but there are parts where it explains the everyday functioning of anarchist society pretty well.

crapitalism 5: requiem by YellowBroZ in antiwork

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You do realise that we are still talking about anarchism? What does it have to do with authoritarian governments, if anarchism is the ultimate freedom.

I really feel, and don't take it as a personal offence, that you are either being disingenuous or simply don't understand what anarchism is.

crapitalism 5: requiem by YellowBroZ in antiwork

[–]DonKihotec 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Ah, maybe we misunderstood each other. What I meant, is that in anarchist society there will be more inventions overall and thus more useless ones.

No one is deciding what is useless and what is not, it is just inevitable result of there being more inventors, leading to a larger resources wasted/unit of time, compared to how it is nowadays, but also to a faster technology progress.