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    [–] Nationalists_IRL Razor12323 1 points ago in neoliberal

    Isn't the entire reason we support open borders because it helps more of the global poor than it hurts domestic American poor?

    [–] Nationalists_IRL Razor12323 1 points ago in neoliberal

    India is like what, the fifth biggest economy in the world despite not being very productive and having poor living standards entirely because of the power of their population advantage over smaller European countries.

    [–] Full list of Members of the European Parliament who voted against the resolution on political prisoners in Russia Razor12323 12 points ago in neoliberal

    Far Left support Russia because they are anti west and were communist at one point.

    Far right support Russia because Russia is far right.

    It makes sense why both sides support them but it's also weird to think about.

    [–] Downsides of open borders? Razor12323 2 points ago in neoliberal

    I agree this sub is really quick to call people racist and sexist when it's really not the case (like saying that if someone didn't vote for Hillary it's because they were sexist despite the fact most people here would not vote for Sarah Palin if she ran.)

    That said, most people don't have racial problems against Asians, espically Japanese and Koreans. Along with that, Chile is mostly white. I see now that you're including certain ME countries that you're not really targeting race, but you didn't make that clear in your original post.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 2 points ago in neoliberal

    Ah. Gotcha.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 2 points ago in neoliberal

    It's made by the woman who made Full Metal Alchemist so I doubt it was propaganda.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 2 points ago in neoliberal

    Dems would win if they voted on the level Republicans vote at. Anything to help get people Pokemon Go to the polls is a good thing.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 1 points ago in neoliberal

    Trump but with a Democratic controlled Congress after the 2018 midterm elections.

    I don't see Trump losing unless something bad happens to the economy.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 4 points ago in neoliberal

    You're posting this to the sub that doesn't understand why people would ever want to buy a house.

    [–] Downsides of open borders? Razor12323 4 points ago in neoliberal

    I understand your need for a test, but I don't understand why you wouldn't make Mexico and Canada the first test unless you have racial concerns.

    [–] Downsides of open borders? Razor12323 3 points ago in neoliberal

    I doubt 150 million will move to the US within even a decade of hypothetically opening borders.

    [–] Downsides of open borders? Razor12323 1 points ago in neoliberal

    Disclaimer: I support open borders.

    The biggest difference between the two is that Mexico shares a land border with the US, while Puerto Rico does not. Although I'm not an expert on the subject, I imagine moving to a country you share a land border with is a lot cheaper than moving to one you have to travel to by air or sea.

    [–] When socialists call for Britain to emulate Scandinavia, they are embracing neoliberalism Razor12323 1 points ago in neoliberal

    The US currently collects 26% of its GDP as tax

    European countries tend to collect about 35% of their GDP as tax, right?

    I've actually heard that the US could afford to adopt a good amount of social programs if we decided to up ourselves to collecting 30% of our GDP, not even going to that full 35% that European countries tend to collect.

    [–] California sees $9 billion surplus, passes budget to help poor Razor12323 1 points ago in news

    The top whatever % of society pay most of the taxes anywhere. The top 20% pay 84% of federal income tax. I don't understand why people keep brining this up when talking about Caifornia like it's a unique phenomenon just to that state.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 2 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago) in neoliberal

    The other side are literally ethno-nationalists.

    [–] European tech IPOs begin to rival US successes Razor12323 3 points ago in europe

    Anglo countries generally tend to be pretty business friendly as well from my experience and understanding.

    [–] Cartoon by Patrick Chappatte Swiss cartoonist. IMHO a part of th reason for the rising extremism we see today. Razor12323 1 points ago in europe

    The doubt seems to come from the idea that GLADIO had no connections to the attacks. I personally never heard of this stance before looking up some more details on the organization after reading your comment, so I have no idea if it's even a legitimate academic stance or if it's revisionism.

    [–] Why do leftists hate us so much? Razor12323 3 points ago in neoliberal

    Because big cities are usually blue.

    [–] European tech IPOs begin to rival US successes Razor12323 8 points ago in europe

    Isn't Sweden a lot more pro-business, or at least helpful to small businesses, than most European countries?

    [–] Cartoon by Patrick Chappatte Swiss cartoonist. IMHO a part of th reason for the rising extremism we see today. Razor12323 1 points ago * (lasted edited 3 days ago) in europe

    American military funded and coordinated terrorist attacks all over Europe during the 70s and 80s as part of GLADIO, effectively agressing and endangering the process of democratization of countries like Spain.

    I know a lot of people assume those terrorist attacks were our doing, including myself. But I just looked it up to get more details and after reading your post and found out that the idea that America is connected to those terrorist attacks in Italy is debated.

    Does anyone have any proof one way or the other if we were related to these terrorist attacks at all.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 1 points ago in neoliberal

    I don't personally find it silly, but to each their own I guess.

    [–] Discussion Thread Razor12323 1 points ago in neoliberal

    People choosing what products/services they want to purchase based on the quality of the product/service, the price of the product/service, or ethical concerns with the company is a core part of the free market.

    I don't personally give a shit despite the fact I myself am Bisexual, but that doesn't mean that other people don't have to give a shit. And hey, maybe if enough people give a shit it will send a message to companies that if you donate money to "anti civil rights" causes you'll have a significant decrease in revenue.