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Matst81

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Re: Our 21 Point Program
« Reply #30 on: November 13, 2018, 10:32:04 PM »

5%GDP is not too much for the military. 0.9% GDP is too little. You have too understand something. When the military is alloted a certain amount of money yearly lets just say 350 million. If they don't spend that amount that year then the following year that amount gets lowered. And that has. Been the fact for years now.
The amount spent by the government isnt on investment in the military but on missions and sending people overseas. Not equipping them with what they need.
As far as the Black and white thing I think you need to get over it. Blacks have been here long enough and some lineage of blacks have probably been here longer than some of you. In which your grandparents only immigrated here during the geeat wars. You cant forget we have black people fighting for this country and for you. When most you criticizing them or MLK aren't or even public servents. MLK was a great man who only wanted peace. Malcolm X on the other hand was a piece of shit.
If you dont want to come off as racists then start opening up to the reality of how many people were here and who were here 300-400 years ago. Samuel De Champlain had a free black man that sailed here and colonized here with him in the 1600's.
The real problem is not blacks, chinese, jews etc... It comes from a religion that has been trying to take over the world and has been massacring Christians for 1400 years. That's what the problem is and the sooner you can understand that the soner you'll get somewhere.
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Uppercanadian

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Re: Our 21 Point Program
« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2019, 07:37:50 PM »

21 points is very complicated, what are the most important 4 that are absolutely necessary. Shouldn't we be marketing towards the lowest common denominator?
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