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With social credit score and digital currency soon to be implemented in the U.S i'd say this or next decade, shit's about to go down.
I'm just trying to find ways to build a steadly amount of income online so I don't have to live in land of the obese when communism finally takes over.
@slutmagazine First of all an anchor baby is when a typically latina woman illegally enters America right as she's about to give birth to take advantage of the loophole created with the terrible 14th amendment. Simply by being born in our borders it makes their child an automatic citizen of the US. No other country does that and we used to not do that until 1868 as a cheap workaround to the issue with freed slaves.
As for the voting franchise debate reference to this well-made post by carnold03: www.trp.red/feed/status/129023
Who else thinks @carnold03 should write more posts? I'm not talking about linking to another person's writing, which he does over abundantly. I want to hear some stories about his comic book writing, or some theory he has. One liners and memes might be how comic books work, but it doesn't have to end there.
"Speak of the devil and he shall soon appear."
What's an anchor baby?
I'm not against the requirement to serve but it needs to go beyond that. You don't need to know anything about politics to be a chef, and your intelligence certainly doesn't need to be above average to follow recipes.
I have some arguments in favor of hereditary monarchy but let's save that for another time.
I just stumbled back here, noticed the back and forth you're having with @TiberiusBravo87 on the topic of types of government, which has evolved into discourse on the subject of citizenship and enfranchisement.
Tib's absolutely right, the late Robert Heinlein's "Starship Troopers" and the 90's sci-fi action flick adaptation directed by Dutch retard Paul Verhoeven, and scripted by Edward Neumeier are less about sci-fi action, and more about the philosophical discussion on concepts of responsibility and accountability of the individual fundamental to maintaining an ethically healthy, and morally balanced state or government, which in turn justly serves the populace.
A few years ago Sargon of Akkad did a lengthy, but fair summary of the philosophy of the story.
Honestly, I can definitely see the appeal to the formation of a real life Terran Federation, if a world government were to exist. A term of service to the state doing some filthy disgusting, mostly thankless job, and I can have the power through my vote to influence the state of affairs for millions of subordinate civilians. In some peoples mind, that might be an insane amount of power, but in the mind of a person who's had to submit to several years of placing their life in the hands of other people, some who might very well be idiots compared to me, forces you to recognize realities of a properly functioning ethical and moral society.Read More