This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
35 submissions to politics
27 submissions to news
20 submissions to videos
15 submissions to MensRights
12 submissions to GamerGate
This user has so far shared a total of 151 links, started a total of 8 discussions and submitted a total of 1898 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 5890 and downvoted 149 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 3315 and downvoted 485 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Milo: Police were told not to ensure a safe environment, Protester's mother is daughter of Chicago Police Departments Director of Administration, submitted: 5/25/2016 10:06:44 PM, 401 points (+402|-1)
Canada's state broadcaster: 30 seconds on TV for Muslim rape gangs in Germany, 500+ stories about Oregon rancher protest, submitted: 1/7/2016 2:45:35 PM, 305 points (+314|-9)
Twitter shadowbanned a Donald Trump tweet, submitted: 4/25/2016 12:26:33 AM, 304 points (+310|-6)
British universities lose grip on world university rankings 'because they are forced to focus on diversity', submitted: 5/4/2016 8:43:25 PM, 244 points (+246|-2)
If #SyrianBoy was a reason to allow millions of Muslims into Europe, #MoscowGirl is a reason to stop it, submitted: 3/1/2016 1:44:57 AM, 236 points (+241|-5)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Former rock star Brian Adams cancels show in protest at law which protects bakers and girls in bathrooms, submitted: 4/11/2016 4:38:50 PM, -3 points (+2|-5)
My friend was racially abused by SJW fascists and all I got was this lousy t-shirt (AIDS Skrillex and Carl The Cuck), submitted: 4/12/2016 1:51:42 AM, -3 points (+1|-4)
Fascism: right-wing or left-wing? Trump or Sanders?, submitted: 11/27/2015 7:10:41 PM, -1 points (+4|-5)
Why does the US not share its migrant screening technology with its European allies?, submitted: 11/26/2015 5:43:20 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)
Tommy Robinson Schools Christian Islam Apologist on Quranic Violence During BBC Bus Ad Debate, submitted: 5/15/2016 10:18:28 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
gota_party 0 points 79 points 79 points (+79|-0) ago
They refer to her as a "man" and use the pronoun "he". I am so triggered right now.
gota_party 0 points 71 points 71 points (+71|-0) ago
A German police officer told media that law enforcement cannot efficiently tackle crime among refugees without being accused of excessive violence or racism
Where have I heard that sentiment before? #PrivilegedMinorityLivesMatter
3 lowest rated comments:
gota_party 14 points -10 points 4 points (+4|-14) ago
So you hate women?
gota_party 13 points -10 points 3 points (+3|-13) ago
This is not a power grab, and it is definitely not a corporate takeover. Corporations will still have to use the government as their source of power, and government still has control but [large] corporations will have a right to be consulted on laws that affect them. Corporations are owned by people and employ people, so those laws are enforced against people, and the people deserve a voice. This is what democracy looks like. We can't have laws created only by anti-capitalist activists!
“These leaks confirm what millions of people across Europe have suspected all along—that this toxic trade deal is essentially an enormous corporate power grab,”
That quote comes after a section about the public being allowed to influence the laws they are regulated by. This is not a power grab - the government still has the power and is still the regulator. Corporations do not regulate other corporations.
TTIP is about a huge transfer of democratic power from people to big business
Should the people have had so much power in the first place? Ultimately the power still resides with governments, so no democratic power will be transferred. It is to be limited, and people who own corporations will have more right to protect their property across borders. Corporations cannot wield power over the people. This article is just propaganda.
An example of that power is the following:
clean energy production for local communities and associations would be considered unfair competition and a barrier to trade
If corporations had the power they would not need governments to enforce anti-free-trade laws against their competitors. In a free market the largest corporation has no power over someone who invents a new energy source in his shed. If you want to be free of "corporate power" then you need to vote for smaller governments.
I hope these revelations scare big-government types into voting for Brexit and putting the first nail in the coffin of the EU.
gota_party 11 points -9 points 2 points (+2|-11) ago
They can't infringe your rights, but they can limit them.