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BELG1UM

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Post Mon Aug 15, 2016 12:53 pm

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Optometrist_Prime wrote:Taoist (basically 100+ reasons to CHILL OUT, the tao of pooh is a way to explain it for western ears, but i tend to dive in the i-ching)


Wow, interesting.I never seen Taoist or Confucianist(As Christanity and Buddahism dominates Korea) for real.

More describe about me, I'm Apatheism. I don't care about god exist or not.

And I'm Communist. (I've said I'm fence sitter anyway :D )
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Post Tue Aug 16, 2016 12:27 am

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Optometrist_Prime wrote:Me? I can be described as the following

Taoist (basically 100+ reasons to CHILL OUT, the tao of pooh is a way to explain it for western ears, but i tend to dive in the i-ching)

fence-sitting solipsist (i accept the possibility that the universe isn't real but also accept the possibility that it is)

Agnostic (god may or may not exist, but if there is a god, it isn't a "manmade" one, not Christian, Jewish, buddhist, whatever)

Huge lefty (call me a hippy if you want, I'll probably agree)

Fan of socialism (ditto, i think it just needs some tweaking, think what stalin did but WAY less extreme, like less resources for freeloaders etc)


As for if i led north Korea?
Remove the anti modernists from power, tweak education to be more accepting of outside culture, reunite with south korea, try to fix the problems with china and the west, open(ish) the borders, step down and become a hobo, spend the rest of my life at a temple or something
Sorry, bit late to the convo (don't spend much time here XD)


Hope you aint into that communism stuff, communism is accountable for a chunk of the crap in the world, communist china (a country (with all due respect) shit morals and ideals) north korea and a lot of other shit, communism is an ideal that does not work and doesnt bring equality , the only way for it to work is for a city to be communist the people work for thier city and the city provides them , it doesnt work on the state level , because it causes corruption and poorness , socialism (european) works because most of the nations are rich , arent often in a war with nearby nations and have smaller borders to manage , capitalism (combined with democracy) works in america because it allows each state and city to manage itself to an extent while the government can manage other stuff , socialism wouldnt work because america is the size of europe and causes increased taxes and would ruin the economy , however capitalism needs a reform because it caused some degree of coruption and a wealth gap not to mention the government can get real slow and while the people are often able to sleep without starvation companies have a little too much power , and if the people are stupid then stupid people grt put into office (heres looking at you trump)
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Post Sat Aug 20, 2016 4:05 am

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Here's a question, who is the most influential political leader (dead or alive) to you that is based in your country?

Mine Would probably be Franklin Delano Roosevelt. (U.S President during WW2)
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Post Sat Aug 20, 2016 4:31 am

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Some Guy wrote:Here's a question, who is the most influential political leader (dead or alive) to you that is based in your country?

Mine Would probably be Franklin Delano Roosevelt. (U.S President during WW2)


Ned kelly, the dude basically gave birth to the aussie culture
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Post Sun Aug 21, 2016 1:22 am

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Im American, but i think the top 3 best persidents are George Washington Abraham Lincolin and good ol Roosevelt

also you ever notice a ton of presidents you never really hear about?
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Post Sun Aug 21, 2016 1:54 am

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Hereisyoursign wrote:
You ever notice there's a ton of presidents you never really hear about?


Well, that's mostly because they didn't really accomplish much, and nothing important was going on during their presidency. For example, Benjamin Harrison. He was pretty boring.
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Post Sun Aug 21, 2016 5:41 am

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Hereisyoursign wrote:Im American, but i think the top 3 best persidents are George Washington Abraham Lincolin and good ol Roosevelt


Do you mean Teddy or FDR?
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Post Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:06 am

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My country has few president, so there is no president I don't know. :)

Nevertheless, there is two president not much known. Yun Posun and Choi Kyu-hah is President who has short term.

Yun Posun was President of Parliamentary government(with PM Chang Myon),So he doesn't have something special.And left presidency after military coup.

Choi GyuHa was appointed as president after death of Dictaor Park Chung-hee, and he also expelled after military coup.

Yeah, quite boring to read.
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Post Sun Aug 21, 2016 4:44 pm

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BELG1UM wrote:
Hereisyoursign wrote:Im American, but i think the top 3 best persidents are George Washington Abraham Lincolin and good ol Roosevelt


Do you mean Teddy or FDR?


Why not both? both were thug presidents.
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Post Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:54 pm

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Hereisyoursign wrote:
Why not both? both were thug presidents.

"Thug"? That seems a little mean.
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