Discussion in 'Four Corners' started by Surely, Jun 1, 2018.
Mate, explain the horrible shit WE moved offshore.
f**k chump, you are a Shia dribbler.
Can't explain your position or what you want me to answer and are reduced to attacking the man. Congrats!
Figured out who invaded first in 1967 yet?
You think a guy whose father was sent off for reeducation under Mao and proceeded to dragged himself from relative obscurity to be the most powerful person in the worlds largest autocracy without challenge isn't exceptional?
So not like a western democracy with human rights
Thanks for clarifying that
Thats why the West gives Saudis and Israel billions of dollars in arms....
Because of democracy and human rights.
Glad we cleared that up.
Be kind to Surely, he’s off his game tonight.
He’s struggling with basic things like hypocrisy....
Oh i get it what you believe is that westerners desire to work in factories with suicide nets.
There is a high percentage of Aussies who would love to work manufacturing, assembling and refining products & services that have been sent overseas in the name of globalisation.
What is wrong with that, given they work under decent workplace safety legislation.
Not everyone wants to serve coffees to overseas tourists or write code etc etc.
So what horrible Shit have we exported, please?
Can you define what you mean by 'believe in globalisation' or are you just going to puss out again?
I think most posters above brain dead are able to work that out.
I feel sorry for you.
Cool, then it should be super easy to explain then. Proceed.
As say, 99% of posters understand the term "globalisation", so I will stick to conversing with them.
You are a shia write off, sorry. Pointless.
Mate for someone who had a whinge about people attacking the man earlier you sure seem to enjoy doing it yourself. Why one would suggest that is the characteristic of a whiny hypocritical bitch, but I'd never say that...
That's impressive, seeing as there is no universally accepted definition of what precisely globalisation means.
Pete Cash has asked you for a definition which you never gave him. I doubt there are 100 regular posters on here in 4C so if you include me and Pete we can rule out that 99% knowing.
Look, since you don't seem capable of dribbling out what you mean, I'll help you. Which definition or combination of definitions of globalisation do you view as globalisation
I look forward to getting something of an answer. I'm sorry I don't have any crayon handy to scrawl it on some craft paper for you.
They aren't working under decent workplace safety legislation. You do understand that these jobs in manufacturing (as an example) haven't gone to firms working with similar conditions to Australia right ? The clothing trade for example has quite a lot of forced labour ?
Would you not consider that exporting horrible shit ?
Well globalisation isn't like the Easter Bunny. It exists and is the current accepted reality by both sides of politics. What confuses me I guess is you asking me and T-ba if we believe in it ? Should we not ?
If you mean do we support globalisation that again depends on how you define it. I don't support excessive liberalism and I think politics should be as local as possible. I think there has been some positives from globalisation though. Pax Americana has been good for me personally. It has been very peaceful and there has been no real threat of me going off to fight a war but I am not a poor brown being blown up by a bomb or a South American having some brutal dictator with economic policy written up by a Chicago school pinhead backed by the US government forced upon me.
Your post that the alt-right believe in globalisation was pretty funny though.
Shit, that is my point. They were not horrible shit (job) here - but were exported for the sake of the mighty dollar under globalisation principles to third world countries - so factors like safety workplace relations, award wages were by-passed to create horrible SHIT in these countries,
Such a pathetic thing not to bother defining what your asking after assigning me a position on globalisation. Some profoundly shit engagement.
Come on do it. I even gave you a nice toolkit.
Dude, that is funny. You couldn't see that "do you believe in globalisation" was the same as do you support (believe in) globalisation.
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