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Yup But Mah Narrative
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Brilliant. Bronto Tries To Use Socialist Food Stamp Program As A Defence Of Capitalism

After attacking it non-stop for the last three years, that is.

No guys, our resident Joseph Goebbels is no longer concerned about the "culture of dependency" created by the existence of programs to feed the hungry. No, no, no. This socialist protocol of "rewarding the lazy" is now the best thing about capitalism!!!!

More disingenuous backtracking and self-contradiction to come, one must assume. I can hardly wait.


Side Score: 10

But Mah Narrative

Side Score: 25

You didn't even show the argument that took place, you're just straw manning someone you don't like.

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Sherlock-(92) Disputed
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You didn't even show the argument that took place, you're just straw manning someone you don't like.

I saw the whole thing, Bronto is a hypocritical butt plug.

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Jacobcoolguy(2428) Clarified
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Side: Yup
Jody(1792) Banned
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What you’re really saying here is you’re getting your little girly ass kicked again so you do your usual as in whine and post up a debate whining about getting schooled again , take your medicine like a good girl .

How much did you sponge out of your old man this week comrade?

Side: But Mah Narrative
2 points

Shortages in Venezuela of regulated food staples and basic necessities have been widespread following the enactment of price controls and other policies under the government of Hugo Chávez[4][5] and exacerbated by the policy of withholding United States dollars from importers under the government of Nicolás Maduro.[6] The severity of the shortages has led to the largest refugee crisis ever recorded in the Americas.[7][8][9] The Venezuelan government's denial of the crisis[10] and its refusal to accept offers of aid from Amnesty International, the United Nations, and other groups has made conditions even worse.[11][12][12][13] The United Nations and the Organization of American States have stated that the shortages have resulted in unnecessary deaths in Venezuela and urged the government to accept humanitarian aid.[14]

There are shortages of milk, meat, coffee, rice, oil, precooked flour, butter, toilet paper, personal hygiene products and medicines.[4][15][16][17] By January 2017, the shortage of medicines reached 85%, according to the Pharmaceutical Federation of Venezuela (Federación Farmacéutica de Venezuela).[18] Hours-long lines have become common, and those who wait in them are sometimes disappointed. Some Venezuelans have resorted to eating wild fruit and garbage.[19][20][21][22]

Dummy tell me about Socialism and your Wikipedia is linked LMMFAO

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2 points

Nicolás Maduro Moros is a Venezuelan politician serving as the 46th President of Venezuela since 2013 and previously served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2006 to 2013 and as Vice President of Venezuela from 2012 to 2013 under President Hugo Chávez. Wikipedia

Born: November 23, 1962 (age 56 years), Caracas, Venezuela

Height: 6′ 3″

Spouse: Cilia Flores (m. 2013)

Presidential term: April 19, 2013 –

Party: United Socialist Party of Venezuela

Side: But Mah Narrative
1 point

Actually, I used food stamps to stomp your "everyone is hungry in the U.S." narrative, which was obviously stupidity mating with even more stupidity and having an even stupider bastard baby of stupidity. What isgoodaboutcapitalism#arg957342

Then you rejected my Mussolini quotes from wikipedia, and then used wikipedia as your very next source, of which I laughed in your face.

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The following is an outline of Cuba’s one-party socialist system, one of the last in the world:

- Cuba is a one-party socialist republic, in which political power is vested solely in the Cuban Communist Party (PCC). The system is enshrined in the Cuban Constitution approved by referendum in 1976. Another referendum in 2002 made socialism “irrevocable.”

- The PCC was founded in 1965 by merging various parties and revolutionary groups under Fidel Castro’s leadership. All other parties were banned. Dissidents are often persecuted through a Penal Code that sanctions offenses like “enemy propaganda,” “illicit association” and “clandestine printing.”

- The constitution designates the PCC as the “vanguard of the Cuban nation ... which organizes and directs common efforts toward the higher goals of construction of socialism and the advance toward communist society.”

The PCC says it is influenced by the teachings of Cuba’s 19th century independence hero Jose Marti and by Marxist-Leninist ideology. At the last official count in April 2016, it had around 800,000 members.

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What you got to say Brit Troll ?????????

Acute food insecurity global estimates in 2017

• Around 124 million people in 51 countries face Crisis food insecurity or worse (equivalent of IPC/CH Phase 3 or above). They require urgent humanitarian action to save lives, protect livelihoods, and reduce hunger and malnutrition.

• The worst food crises in 2017 were in north-eastern Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen and South Sudan, where nearly 32 million people were food-insecure and in need of urgent assistance. Famine (IPC/CH Phase 5) was declared in two counties of South Sudan in February 2017. Although humanitarian assistance has thus far contributed towards preventing large-scale famines, humanitarian needs remain exceptionally high across the four countries.

• Last year’s Global Report on Food Crises identified 108 million people in Crisis food security or worse across 48 countries.

• A comparison of the 45 countries included in both editions of the Global Report on Food Crises reveals an increase of 11 million people – an 11 percent rise – in the number of food-insecure people needing urgent humanitarian action across the world.

• This rise can largely be attributed to new or intensified and protracted conflict or insecurity in countries such as Yemen, northern Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan and Myanmar. Persistent drought has also played a major role, causing consecutive poor harvests in countries already facing high levels of food insecurity in eastern and southern Africa.

• Levels of acute malnutrition in crisis-affected areas remain of concern; there continues to be a double burden of high acute and chronic malnutrition in protracted crises.

• The number of children and women in need of nutritional support increased between 2016 and 2017, mainly in areas affected by conflict or insecurity such as Somalia, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Yemen and northern Nigeria. Some of these countries have also experienced severe outbreaks of cholera, exacerbating levels of acute malnutrition.

Why is it your Dumb Ass is not helping out with a humanitarian aid ?????????

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