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May 28th, 2013, 22:15
I live and have lived in several cities in the southern cone of South America. Never once in my life I have seem or heard of people rioting in the streets and burning shit up.

I'm in my mid-20's, btw.
Moving the goalpost is quite easy, but it just means you were wrong.

Here's another one for you to move the goalpost around.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7868727.stm

The protesters had set cars and tyres on fire to blockade streets in the slum, which is home to about 80,000 people and sits next to some of the city's richest neighbourhoods.
Are you going to say Sao Paulo is not in Southern Brasil now ? Maybe I should be looking only at the little town of Chapeno (with the ~ on the n) ?
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May 28th, 2013, 22:37
"raping mohammedan sandnegroes", "atheist librul euros don't breed", "swedumb"?

Don't waste your time Pladio. Guy is a frothing at the mouth troll and should be treated as such.
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May 28th, 2013, 23:15
Yes, I wouldn't believe a thing he writes. This is psycho talk. Freedom of expression on the internet unfortunately attracts the worst of the worst wackos shunned in all other social circles.
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May 29th, 2013, 00:58
Originally Posted by Pladio View Post
Moving the goalpost is quite easy, but it just means you were wrong.

Here's another one for you to move the goalpost around.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7868727.stm



Are you going to say Sao Paulo is not in Southern Brasil now ? Maybe I should be looking only at the little town of Chapeno (with the ~ on the n) ?
Sorry, that was a weird typo or something which I missed and must correct, I haven't lived all my life in southern Brazil, I actually moved here with my family during the year 2000 from my home country(Uruguay). I think I meant to say "most of my life" and somehow it came out wrong.

And São Paulo is not in Southern Brazil(it is part of the southeast region which I mentioned). I have lived in Florianópolis, Porto Alegre and Curitiba, which are the biggest cities in the south and I challenge you to find a riot or something of the sort.
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May 29th, 2013, 01:00
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Yes, I wouldn't believe a thing he writes. This is psycho talk. Freedom of expression on the internet unfortunately attracts t
Well gee, do cover your ears little princess. I know the truth hurts deep in a librul's heart. That is why it is always "lies", "trolling","crazyness" or "reactionary exageration". If it doesn't appear on the televitz it can't be true.
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Trolls will be trolls. Desperate for attention?
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May 29th, 2013, 03:28
Originally Posted by FretRider View Post
Sorry, that was a weird typo or something which I missed and must correct, I haven't lived all my life in southern Brazil, I actually moved here with my family during the year 2000 from my home country(Uruguay). I think I meant to say "most of my life" and somehow it came out wrong.

And São Paulo is not in Southern Brazil(it is part of the southeast region which I mentioned). I have lived in Florianópolis, Porto Alegre and Curitiba, which are the biggest cities in the south and I challenge you to find a riot or something of the sort.
Riots are very common in Brazil, when compared to European countries and USA.

The crime rates in Brazil are off the roof.

It's pretty crazy that you are so ignorant about the country you live in. I've spent time in the favelas of Salvador, which is not the most dangerous city in Brazil. And it's 10 times more dangerous than anything in the Nordic countries, or anywhere in Europe for that matter (Including eastern Europe). It was impossible to move around without the protection of the local ruling gang, which thankfully me and my friend did have.

Serious corruption problem, terrible level of education in the favelas, poor health care, extreme poverty, dozens of millions of people with no hope for any better. Which is why crack is such a huge problem in Brazil, as is random violence. And rape, which unfortunately tends to go unreported.

Sweden still remains one of the richest, safest countries in the world. With remarkably low crime rates, almost no corruption, universal health care, high level of education, and very little poverty.

So, yeah.
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May 29th, 2013, 04:14
Originally Posted by tuukka View Post
Riots are very common in Brazil, when compared to European countries and USA.

The crime rates in Brazil are off the roof.

It's pretty crazy that you are so ignorant about the country you live in. I've spent time in the favelas of Salvador
I live in the south, not in your monkeyland. And personally, in presence of all the evidence I must say I'm better off here than where some blind, dumb and deaf librul nordic underman can't realize that Stockholm is burning.

Originally Posted by tuukka View Post
Sweden still remains one of the richest, safest countries in the world. With remarkably low crime rates, almost no corruption, universal health care, high level of education, and very little poverty.
Lol. So as expected, librul fantasies will not end until the ship sinks for good. Burning and looting can't stop the faith in the myths they embraced.
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May 29th, 2013, 13:02
Originally Posted by FretRider View Post
Sorry, that was a weird typo or something which I missed and must correct, I haven't lived all my life in southern Brazil, I actually moved here with my family during the year 2000 from my home country(Uruguay). I think I meant to say "most of my life" and somehow it came out wrong.

And São Paulo is not in Southern Brazil(it is part of the southeast region which I mentioned). I have lived in Florianópolis, Porto Alegre and Curitiba, which are the biggest cities in the south and I challenge you to find a riot or something of the sort.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/735039.stm
http://msn.foxsports.com/foxsoccer/l…tiba-relegated
http://www.ballofdirt.com/entries/6650/51251.html

Harder as the cities aren't as well-known, but still there.
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May 29th, 2013, 13:36
Well, it is funny how this was reported throughout the world.

This was started because a policeman killed a man which was holding a huge knife and threatening a woman. The policeman is now being investigated for this, most probably he did take unnecessary means against the man and might be prosecuted.

The young men already held a grudge against a police, but shooting this man was what pushed it over the top.
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This was started because a policeman killed a man which was holding a huge knife and threatening a woman. The policeman is now being investigated for this, most probably he did take unnecessary means against the man and might be prosecuted.
What I heard was that the man attacked the police with huge knife so the police shot him with a gun that one police had in his hand. I dont think they would have shot the guy if he was just standing there with his huge knife. But if he attacked and there was little time to react, they had to put him down.

In open space it would be easy for the police to disarm one man. They could use stun guns or riot shields or dogs to take away the huge knife. Also its easier to see if the man has other weapons like guns if he is in open space.

But in closed space like apartment its harder to disarm people who attack you with huge knife. Also you dont know if they have other weapons like guns before you go inside the closed space apartment and see the man (who in this case instantly attacked).

Police who might have to deal with issues like this more or less continiously propably dont want to take any unnessery risks.

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May 29th, 2013, 16:52
Originally Posted by FretRider View Post
Lol. So as expected, librul fantasies will not end until the ship sinks for good. Burning and looting can't stop the faith in the myths they embraced.
This episode will pass and Sweden will learn from this experience but will still be (as tuukka put it) "one of the richest, safest countries in the world. With remarkably low crime rates, almost no corruption, universal health care, high level of education, and very little poverty" and you will still be green with envy that non breading atheist librul euros have it SO good
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May 30th, 2013, 14:01
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This episode will pass and Sweden will learn from this experience but will still be (as tuukka put it) "one of the richest, safest countries in the world. With remarkably low crime rates, almost no corruption, universal health care, high level of education, and very little poverty" and you will still be green with envy that non breading atheist librul euros have it SO good
So you ignore the problem and continue to live like nothing happend?

If this is the truth then I get the impression that swedes think that this kind of behavour is normal for immigrants so it can be ignored. Sounds a bit racist.

I hope you like european cars so this is atleast beneficial to european car industry.

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May 30th, 2013, 15:05
Have you missed "Sweden will learn from this experience" bit zakhal? No, I don't think that the problem should be ignored but I also don't think that it should fundamentally alter Swedish way of life.
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May 30th, 2013, 15:12
of the protesters
1/3 Criminals
1/3 left-wing anarchists
<1/3 local residents

Thats fact, and yes I live here.
the first 2/3 does it because it gives them the opportunity to wreak havoc or as for the so called "anti-fascist" left wing autonomous groups they try by using fascist and violent means to provoke a violent response from the authorities.

And for the last 1/3:
In most interviews, what comes across is just that it is "fun and really exciting!" combined with a lack of parental guidance.

Of course there are social inequalities in Sweden, though less of it in the majority of countries, but what is happening now is mostly idiots destroying for their neighbours.
whats the political ramifications for burning your neighbours car?, burning the closest kindergarten? crashing and vandalizing the local and hard working shop owners store?
You know what they do, dont you?
Set fire and then ambush the firefighters who come to try to stop a school to burn down.

I notice that my blood is boiling so I'm not going to spend time on it.

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May 30th, 2013, 15:15
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Of course there are social inequalities in Sweden, though less of it in the majority of countries, but what is happening now is mostly idiots destroying for their neighbours.
whats the political ramifications for burning your neighbours car?, burning the closest kindergarten? crashing and vandalizing the local and hard working shop owners store?
You know what they do, dont you?
Set fire and then ambush the firefighters who come to try to stop a school to burn down.

I notice that my blood is boiling so I'm not going to spend time on it.

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Sounds like they want anarchy.

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May 30th, 2013, 17:42
Originally Posted by Crilloan View Post
of the protesters
1/3 Criminals
1/3 left-wing anarchists
<1/3 local residents

Thats fact, and yes I live here.
the first 2/3 does it because it gives them the opportunity to wreak havoc or as for the so called "anti-fascist" left wing autonomous groups they try by using fascist and violent means to provoke a violent response from the authorities.

And for the last 1/3:
In most interviews, what comes across is just that it is "fun and really exciting!" combined with a lack of parental guidance.
Those were exact demographics (and reasons) of 2011 riots in the UK.
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May 30th, 2013, 17:53
And here I thought all that enlightenment oozing from your ears was supposed to prevent this sort of thing. I guess the capacity for wanton violence is innate, equally possessed by stupid, barbaric Americans and holier-than-thou Euros.

Sorry. No pearls of wisdom in this oyster.
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May 30th, 2013, 18:03
But we still have much to learn from you about wanton violence dte.
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May 30th, 2013, 18:07
You'd be hard-pressed to find a country that has never had a riot on any scale. To assume such countries exist, would be kind of naive.
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