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    So I finally made a thread for this rather than posting random photos in other threads. Yes, I am a bioqueen. Meaning I am a biological woman doing exactly what drag queens do. Wigs, full makeup, heels, et c. I love embracing the femininity by becoming an extreme ideal version of myself. Though I still call what I do "drag" due to the fact it is still under the drag umbrella. So who am I? My drag persona is called Milky Juicy. Funny enough, as sexual as my name sounds, I actually ripped it off from the title of an obscure CD I found at a thrift store for $2. Sexy sure, but it's from an alternative folk album. My aesthetic is late 80's-early 90's band groupie girl, or a waitress trying to join a motorcycle gang in 1987. Whichever. No I shouldn't have to explain what my "look" is, since you'll be able to see that in looks below, but I like to include it. Since I am a real girl, I try to really hone in on a good performance. I do this by often creating a character for a song. You can half ass being a drag queen if you are a biological guy, so I feel I'm under a closer watch and try to be out of the box since I already stick out as it is. How did I begin/How long I've been doing it. Well I was introduced to RuPaul's Drag Race in my freshman year of college and I became obsessed with it, like most young queens do. The first time I went out in "drag" was well over a year ago, towards the beginning of 2016. I then continued to try to do drag makeup in my room. For months I collected and bought clothes, wigs, makeup, tights, et c. But this June I finally got out and performed at a bar in Birmingham (an hour drive from where I live). So in total, I've been performing for 2 months now but have greatly improved in such a short time. Where I'm going. Well this portion isn't going to be me saying "I'M GONNA BE A STAR" don't worry. However this is something I want to continue in the years to come as I've already started gaining fans. Christ almighty, I've sounded pretentious this entire time, but that took the cake. It's truly a jarring experience when people say that you're their favorite performer. Any who, I've been asked to be a part of a photoshoot project about drag queens, booked for a gig on campus in October that raises money for an LGBT based charity, and I'll be performing in another charity based event a week after this is posted. Looks (oldest to newest), most can be seen on my drag insta: sistermilkyjuicy Ask anything you'd like about what I do if you please! I'm sure this will be looked over but there are titties hidden here
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    I go to open stage night, so my pay is the tips I get. Lowest being $7, highest at $21. Being on cast at a bar is where I'd get a paid booking. I'm not sure how the pay would be there. Thank you! And no I don't have a YouTube channel. I have an instagram account for it though as mentioned in the introduction. If you're asking if I've done a duo lip sync, I have not.
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    Jimmy, I'd like to go a little off-topic for a moment and just express my gratitude towards what you're doing here. It's fantastic that you're so enthusiastic about the new feature and that you're using it to spark conversation. I'm very much looking forward to engaging in this new project and hearing what all the different kinds of people interested have to say on the matters Diversity is our strength!
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    HBO accidentally leaked episode 6 themselves @The_Right_Honourable_Jimmy @Oppi @bryanna
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    Lmao at Jimmy wanting to restrict the free market. I thought you were a capitalist.
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    Ideally, I'd rather pedophiles be fucking child-shaped dolls than actual children. It's hard to make any opinion here without any objective data. My knee-jerk reaction is to say no to (most) things being outright banned. I see little good taking away one of a pedophile's few sexual outlets, especially if they keep a pedophile from preying on real kids. I'm of the opinion that so long as people (including kids age < 18) aren't being harmed, they can have that outlet. This relies on an assumption that pedophiles aren't necessarily predators and that sexual outlets stave off predatory behavior. That being said, I don't want pedophilia normalized as a fetish. I don't know how I would feel about these products becoming popular; without data, it's harder to speculate. What if these child-sized dolls caught on because they were more affordable? I doubt that would happen if they looked like kids, but what if they dolls were made so that they could look like children (picture something like an adult build-a-bear workshop)? That seems more realistic, given the internet, but does that layer of nuance change anything? I find it hard to draw a moral line here, but there could be something I'm overlooking. If one wanted a sex doll and a company sold high quality dolls of varying prices and sizes, it could be that the smaller ones are less expensive because they use less materials. Should they be banned on the sole principal that they look like children, or that they're sex toys and look like children? What if the product was child-sized but the customer had to make them look like children? Would you want their fucked up sexual needs to stop you from being able to buy a blank toy? And if not, why is it wrong for the company to bridge that gap for their customer? All of those questions could be invalidated by the right data, so I'm up in the air as it stands now. The only thing that I can be certain about is that these dolls (or their sexual parts) will be restricted to adults due to their nature. I feel that is the most fair regulation you can put on the products since it already limits access to children and makes it illegal for them to be exposed to it. Anymore regulation could easily become a bureaucratic nightmare and another taxpayer burden.
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    overdose on pills
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    So I think that we all probably grew up where the internet was just getting its jets going, when I was in school 8 years ago they would often tell us they can't do anything about online bullying unless it was brought onto school grounds and even then what can you do past banning websites or excluding a pupil it'll still continue. But that was at least what they said when I was 16 and online bullying wasn't a thing. Personally, I think the internet is probably one of the easiest places to get away from it and if it continues in school and you're being bullied in school the schools can then sort it out if they aren't incompetent, but that all depends on if they stop their online campaign. I know high school is different and having recently reconnected with my fathers brother and his family on a more personal level, I've seen some horrible things posted about my 16 year old cousin, I've seen people post other girls rape cases online all because they didn't believe their friend could do it for their friend to be found guilty and watched the hate, which couldn't be escaped because it seeped into her real life, my cousin got harassed non stop and her life threatened, all because she blocked a boy who couldn't take no for an answer, I've watched their mothers make them both apologise online because their behaviour was disgraceful. I think though that's the fine line between aging into an adult, where you don't really care about what you're doing and you'll make mistakes regarding other people but you will regret what you did. When you're a teen dealing with both social and online all in one it can get toxic very quickly and the only thing that you can do is remove and block and hope they give up. All in all, it is just bullying verging on harassment on this level and when you are in school I think that there needs to be a level of online safety the schools are taking with you to protect you, at least in school hours and if it is a police case being exposed that's still being undertaken then they should do more to protect both sides in these cases too. If you're an adult still undertaking these activities, that's a whole heap of why haven't you grown up? Theres a difference between a joke and a barrage of abuse and it is sad to see that you're in your 20s for instance and you still haven't realised you're behaving like a 14 year old and if your behaviour and you are ever found out, you could lose a lot more than your anonymity online. If you're an adult who thinks you're suffering from cyber bullying, its your job to learn that you are in control of the way people act towards you, you can block them, remove them as your friends, you can erase these people and if it continues into ongoing harassment then get the police involved, but a joke you don't like isnt bullying, an argument that didn't go your way isnt bullying, how people act towards you isnt bullying and how people change towards you isnt bullying and that's your job to assess and decide what you can and cannot cope with. As an adult, I definitely feel like theres no excuse to bully or be bullied online, I feel there is only harassment, but as a teen in school, I do think its harder to avoid and fix.
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    I know who you are! You're pxc!
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    well you're on my list for never being around
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    As you can probably see, RR looks a bit different than you're probbaly used to. The site was dying, and I've decided to take it in a new direction. With the latest IPB update, a feature called 'Clubs' was added. I've decided to push full steam ahead with this feature, and essentually make it the new focus of RR. Looking at the RR homepage, you will notice that almost all of the sub-forums are gone. This is because all sub-forums/topics have been moved to clubs. Clubs enables us to allow members to pick and choose the content they want to see. Are you someone who enjoys movies? Then join the movie club. Are you someone who doesn't like drama? Then don't join the drama club. We even have a NSFW club for those of us who still want to view and post that sort of content. Clubs also enabled us to have different feels throughout the forums. For instance, there are a lot of members who do not want insults being thrown around, and who would rather only have people being nice to one another. Well, via clubs, we can have it so that certain clubs will not tolerate certain types of behaviour. Meaning that if someone breaks one of the club rules, they are banned from that club, without having to be banned from the site. Clubs can be made for pretty much anything, and I encourage members to create their own clubs. However, all clubs will go through a validation process, meaning that myself or one of the other staff members will have to approve or disapprove of your club. This helps to prevent an influx of repetitive or unecessary clubs from flooding the site. Finally, having the club system means that we can have sectional moderators. It means that we can take people who are very interested in a single subject, and give them moderation power over it. Please do note that moderating will mainly be needed in regards to maintaining clubs, meaning that mods will be expected to keep their clubs looking good, and they will also be expected to try and boost activity in their clubs as best they can. If anyone is interested in being a mod for a club that has already been created then please send me a PM and let me know. Over the next few months, I am going to be extensively advertising RR on various platforms. I did this in the past and it has never once failed me. But for the last 18 months or so, I have neglected a lot of the things I used to do, and in turn, the site activity has greatly decreased. I hope to undo the damage done to RR from my inactivity. So here's to a fresh new direction of RR. For staff: Tagging a bunch of people so everyone is aware of what is going on... @TokentheToken @SkyBlu @bryanna @Sappho @Viiolai @Seeker @The_Right_Honourable_Jimmy @ArseRaptor @EndangeredShark @Oppi @Harry_Hilter @Tyrantblade @_C_O_T_O_ @sheilamotko @Retskrid @Aimieee @The-Jackal @pxc @Justin13 @GeneralDingo @Cocoacody @Flying_Squirrel @snoop @Snip @GAR @Tangytang @Hawk @lily @Nox @Seito @aren @Daddy @dawndundun @Thor @CleoSelene @Protejade @Kelley @Kitten @Theflyingcactus @Zen @Rhalph
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    Not much, probably, but it depends on what you mean by "nice", because there is a huge spectrum of possibilities. I mean, it would be great with no conflict, but with perfect peace comes a lack of action. One would think the great minds of the world undivided would create and advance technology much faster and better in all walks of life, and we would become a utopia, but I also think that progress requires friction. If we were all "nice" to one another, would there be critics to tell us when we've fucked something up? How would we grow? On the other hand, maybe it would be our "peak of humanity", so to speak. Once conflict is resolved, progress is no longer necessary, because where can we go from here? If we can live together right where we are without the desperate need to "become better" or "move forward", that may not be such a bad thing, but it's all very subjective.
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    click on the discussions part of the club and there will be a button that says start new topic
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    If I had to blame excessive poverty on anything, it would be a poor education system and a pay-to-win job market. I.e. college. Job markets favor those with college degrees, those without them have a harder time so if you can't afford college you'll have problems. Something that needs to be corrected, but not something to blame the entirety of capitalism on. Besides, we DO have equal opportunity, those who are rich through their own means just did well with the opportunities given. There is nothing in our legal system that differentiates the poor from the rich. Equal opportunity, not equal outcome.
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    Standing Orders of The House of RR 2017 A. THE SPEAKER 1. Election of The Speaker The Speaker will always have to be the Owner. If the owner wishes to abdicate, is banned from the forums or becomes deceased then a new election shall commence within the house. The new elected speaker then becomes the owner if the The Head of State of RR agrees with that decision. 2. Speaker and Neutrality Most of parlimentary speakers have to be neutral in contemporary parliaments however because the only power RR has is of influence and not actual legislation then the speaker doesn't have to be impartial and can take part in debate and vote as well if he so wishes. B . TYPE OF DEBATES 3. Formal debates For a debate to be classified as a 'Formal Debate' it should be as follows; It starts with a debating round which lasts 2 weeks. People are encouraged to vote first on the issue before they start debating. Formal debates finish with the voting round thread. The voting round lasts 48 hours. It's purpose is to reflect back on the debating round and vote on the issue again. Then we can see how much influence our debating points had over the issue and reflect back on our points and pointlessly argue who won the debate. 4. Informal Debates Informal debates are there to just discuss political affairs, praise the government or hold them into account. Make statement on past, current and future affairs. It is there to discuss politicians and keep up with the political news. They are just there for political discussion. There can be voting within them but if it doesn't follow STANDING ORDER 3 on how a formal debate should be conducted then it won't be classed as a formal debate. C. RULES OF DEBATE 5. Filibustering (Spamming) Filibustering is prohibited within the House. What is classed as filibustering is when a member knowingly spams or diverts the thread with irrelevant replies to that debate thread. D. ORDER IN THE HOUSE 6. Disorderly conduct that goes against CLUSTER C (RULES OF DEBATE) If a member goes against the rules of the House of RR, he will be asked to withdraw his statement by his own volition by editing it and removing the statement. If he refuses thrice or doesn't respond within 24 hours, the current speaker shall be compelled to withdraw the member from the House for the remainder of the day. He will be suspended from the debate and other debates for 24 hours. 7. Disbarred From The House If a member is suspended from the House three times he'll be permanently banned from the House of RR. E. AMENDMENT RULES 8. Permitted Amendments The only amendments that can be made to this bill shall be made under CLUSTER C (RULES OF DEBATE). Members can only amend how debates are conducted. 9. Amendment Rules Amendments can be put to the Speaker in terms of point of orders in the 'Debate Rules & Debating The Debate Rules' club section as threads. There they can be discussed informally (SEE STANDING ORDER 4). If The Speaker deems the points fit under common sense then The Speaker shall discuss them with The Head of State of RR and if they both agree then the amendment can be put it into a vote for the rest of the members. The debate and voting for that amendment shall be put into a form of a formal debate (SEE STANDING ORDER 3). If the voting of that amendment passes then it shall be added into this bill. 10. Freedom of Speech Members are recommended to consider freedom of speech before suggesting amendments. F. Misc. 11. Speaker Not Present If the speaker hasn't been present then anyone from the moderator's shall take The Speaker's place if they so please or can be bothered. 12. Etiquete If members are being aggressive to each other and throwing personal insults at each other then The Speaker shall remind them to be more courteous however he must never censor them if what they are stating doesn't go against CLUSTER C (RULES OF DEBATE). 12A. Etiquete 2 If RR's general public wishes to join the debate, it is recommended that they become members of The House however the debates shall always remain public. 13. Australian Members Australians need permission from The Head of State of RR, @ragreynolds before becoming members. 13A. Topics Regarding Australians Any topics regarding Australia need to be permitted from The Head of State of RR before they're posted.
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    We are currently in the longest stretch of inactivity in RR history. There have been times in the past where RR has had very few posts for maybe say a few weeks or a month, but never has there been an instance where we have had such a slow down of activity that has lasted this long. So this thread is for everyone to band together and suggest ways for us to make the site more active again. Before I move on to give my thoughts, note that I have recently updated the forum software, and the previous default theme is now not entirely compatible, so I have reverted to the default IPB theme - if any admins want to install new themes, then go ahead. The update I did has added the ability to 'react' to posts and not just like or dislike them. This should bring a new depth to posting and reacting to posts across the site. If any admins would like to add new reaction options, then please go ahead. Also in the update is the addition of clubs. You can access the clubs section of the forums from the bar along the top of the website. Feel free to make your own unique clubs and do as you wish with them. Now, as for my opinions: I think the main issue with RR is that we don't have an influx of new members. RR always flourished when the Onision forums and other forums were co-existing. This is because we were essentially networking with other websites, and often times some of them would come to RR and enjoy it here more than anywhere else. As of right now, alakazam's forums are no longer a thing, Ionic Forums are no longer a thing, Micah and his people have completely disassociated with everyone, and the Onision forums have been in a terrible state under terrible free software. The Onision forums are so bad (and also quite inactive) that there's no point even using them. We've outlasted everyone (as I always said we would) but we are also left standing on our own. We need to network more. We need more members. And when we get members, they need to be people who aren't part of an already existing circle of friends. The vast majority of members on RR today, are people from one or two friend circles, with the rest of the members mostly just being some stragglers who pass through every now and again. This is one of the reasons why currently active members rarely even make topics - they have no reason to. If people are already in a Discord server or a Skype group with everyone they like from RR, it's more likely that they're just going to talk about whatever the subject is on whatever platform it is that they're using, since going to RR doesn't give them any added benefit, if anything, it's just a waste of time for them. So what we desperately need is to have more members, and it is vital that they are from out-with our current circles. Quite honestly, I believe everything I've just said to be the only big issues. I don't think there's an issue with the way the site runs, and I don't think there's an issue with software. But maybe I'm missing something. So, it would really help me out if people could answer the following questions: 1. What are your main reasons for using RR? 2. What would make you use RR more? 3. Give 3 things that you think RR is great for. 4. Give 3 things about RR you'd like to see change. 5. What would make you post more new topics?
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    Personally, when I look at a super fat person in a purely appearance oriented sense, I think "Gross". But that's about it. On the other hand, when I look that same way at a severely underweight person (take Eugenia Cooney as an example) I feel physically disturbed and get shivers.
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    i'm the forum prostitute
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    officially triggered
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    1. What are your main reasons for using RR? boredom to be honest, not a lot of people are ever on here and the people who would be on here are on discord 2. What would make you use RR more? more people using it, new members would be great but so far any new people that show up are unbearable i think we can all agree on that3. Give 3 things that you think RR is great for. me, caity, easy place to sort discussions that could also be in chats but more organized here i guess4. Give 3 things about RR you'd like to see change. layout, more members that arent retarded, less focus on you ryan if im being honest you sorta make this site look like a fan forum for you when really its just everyone as a community. personally hate the name of the site and it seems over time less people have been referring to everyone as rr people because we're all just over it. you wiped out the forum and started over, maybe a full on rebrand is the way to go5. What would make you post more new topics? more activity really. i dont post a lot of topics anymore because they get 1 or 2 replies and it ends up being pointless
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    RR is going downhill fast...
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    Not really. You shouldn't be expected to to care about someone if you don't. RIP Chester.
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    Yeah, I was never a Street Fighter fan. Soul Calibur has some good things going for it, but really it's largely a mess. Mortal Kombat just feels like a caricature at this point where they seem to pride themselves on brutality rather than good fighting game mechanics.
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    Currently, I'm not paying attention to any. How 'bout everyone else?
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    I completely support this, but I must say here as well that the World really isn't getting any better and is as still corrupted as ever, the doomsday clock has two and a half minutes till midnight, but I digress. The world isn't getting better. This is one of the soundest things that I have heard in my life, it makes sense, a lot of sense, I liked all of it, but the last paragraph in particular: I was in freshman year of Highschool before we had computers in school for kids to use, before that I got bullied "the right way" if you want to think of it like that, face to face. as If more people thought like Ryan, people wouldn't want to do crazy things to each other, or to shoot up schools or colleges, or blow places up, all the madness of the human race. Do I support bullying at all? No, but people are going to do all kinds of fucked up things, our reactions to their asshattery should be the main focal point.
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    She is the ONLY Tory mp I support, actually caring about the future past London and how it benefits us all and she's what all the parties need, a fresh faced non Londoner who believes in equality for all and is scrappy enough to fight what she believes in, not just those living in and around one city.
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    Yar, but I'm hoping to go deeper. Return to the ocean within, little drop!
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    Mh. Pxc is my social personality, but there is a deep silence and emptiness behind that layer that keeps peeking through, which intrigues me to peek, too.
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    Thanks, it could have been far better though, the edit is what brought it to a B. Next year I'll do it on the conservatives, it'll be lit. I'm going to the Conservative Conference in November and interview people on what it means to be a conservative and how different those beliefs vary between MPs.
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    @Seeker Thanks for thinking of me, but I've never studied Islam other than in basic RE classes at school and my parents have never really been strict with it, my dad doesn't eat pork but that's about it I would join in on the discussion anyways but I don't even understand half the terminology you've used either!
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    She fucked up the election so I partly agree but I have to support her as a Conservative party member till there's some stability within the country. We can't change conservative leader mid-Brexit. I would rather have Jacob Rees Mogg to be honest as PM, a very intelligent eurosceptic backbencher that believes not only in free markets but upholding Britain's traditional values however he's far too humble for that position as he keeps pointing out in a lot of his interviews and the whole moggmentum is just political banter to him. Andrea Leadsom (Leader of The Commons) would be another great choice, I've met her quite a few times during the campaign and was invited to a Garden party that she was having since she's a Northamptonshire conservative. She's a eurosceptic too but according to a lot of people from my local Conservative Club where I sometimes go for a pint, she appears too cold for the job. Boris, now is a man I quite like, he talks a lot sense, he's charismatic and that's all pretty well and good but maybe he's just that, a political philosopher with ....prolonged locutions. It seems for now, with May we stand till the end of Brexit. Who knows, she might nail it? As long as her and the Chancellor uphold no tariff free trade across the globe I'd be fine. I don't want my French Wine going up in price but I also want my American A1 steak sauce not to cost £7 because we can't have free trade with the US.
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    @Harry_Hilter just to add to this topic, I have recently updated my Patreon reward tiers. There is now a reward for $15+ (so included at $25) that let's Patrons vote on a video game they'd like me to play, and each week I will post an exclusive Patron only gaming video for that video game.
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    That could be pretty cool, but as you said, it could be very difficult. I think it'd probably just end up as a regular old action series unfortunately. I'm just not sure how they can quite capture what Hitman is without letting you have freedom to choose how you want to play something out.
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    Here is my opening statement. I shall be arguing for the benefits of responsible capitalism, not the type that Blairites and Ed Milliband supporters suggest but the type of responsible capitalism that promotes free market values. South Korea is the prime example of how an economy that is driven by private industry can thrive through the means of high employment that also pays well too. Just simply compare them to their North neighbours. I’ve always been in favour of private industry because in my eyes it represents freedom. A libertarian rationalist would argue that we should have a completely private world however I am not a rationalist, I do not believe in what sounds reasonable to the ear. I am an empiricist at heart and I believe on what works and what doesn’t. If I was a rationalist with my ideas, I would believe that even parliament and governments should be private but I do not, I am not suggesting that. I’m a realist and I look at what works and what doesn’t and from my very eyes I see that more private industry and less government is the best way forward however there are few things that a country needs to have public and that is that the justice department, police personnel and the army personnel. These are the most important aspects of a nation that should remain in the public sector no matter what happens. Don’t get me wrong the socialist idea for public healthcare is a marvellous one however mostly for the ones who can’t afford it. The NHS however is failing because it is a socialist policy after all. We have an NHS that is failing and there are two solutions. We either solve it through Socialism or through Capitalism. The socialists argue that we should stop the private sector from easing the pressure of the NHS and tax everyone to put more money towards that same NHS. The capitalists here in the UK are arguing that the private sector should be endorsed for easing the pressure of the NHS. I fail to see what is wrong with a failing NHS that is helped by the private sector to not only bring itself back at its feet but still making sure it’s free at the point of service. Does it matter who runs it as long as it remains free. I support the private industry because it thrives the economy. I also don’t believe that the private sector should be regulated unless when it comes to healthcare or if it violates the non-aggression principle I believe in. So you can sell a food product with poison in it but you have to make sure you disclose that the product has poison in it. I shall play these scenarios in black and white of how a socialist and capitalist driven economies play out. Socialism is the belief that favours nationalised services over private ones and usually keeping them free and paying them through your tax. So in the ideal radical socialist society everything would be nationalised and free and you’d pay for those services by being forced to work for the state. So in principle you would be paying for a lot of services that you won’t ever need. This principle violates freedom. I do agree that would never happen ever again in the west because we’ve got rid of communism and we know how bad it can turn out. So let’s play out the scenario of what moderate socialists propose. We’ll tax businesses however big or small and increase the minimum wage. Let’s say I’m a business owner, if I’m taxed more I might be forced to let go of some people from my place of business. That person who’s fired will join the many who can’t find work because of those policies. They’ll be forced to go on welfare which is funded by taxes. Those people will not have to pay taxes however. There would be an a huge increase on the deficit. More people would lose their jobs and be funded by the state and less people would be paying taxes. Since of that increase of unemployment, the socialist government would be forced to increase taxes on businesses forcing a lot to go out business or leave the country. It will be an ever ending circle to the point of which the country will end up being a huge nation of unemployment and poverty. What the capitalist would propose is let’s privatise non-essential services such as the royal mail and the rail services which would end up in a nation where people and businesses needing to pay less tax. You’ll be able to keep more of your income allowing you to pay for those services if you do so wish and your employer would be able to hire more people expanding his business. This business expansion could mean that you could be paid even more. I particularly find it odd why someone who never sent a letter in his life because he uses e-mails should be forced to fund the royal mail through his taxes or go to prison if he refuses. ___________ In conclusion, it is a question of freedom from being forced to pay a service of which you don’t need. As Margaret Thatcher said, the problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money. Do I really want to be forced to fund an ideology that will eventually fail like it always does? Socialists cry “Power To The People”, and raise the clenched fist as they say it. We all know what they really mean; power over people, power to the state. It is a matter of principles and morals that I reject this notion that socialism is somehow rightful, because it is the opposite, it means big government and owning everything including the public themselves.
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    If anyone wishes to discuss politics in a very comprehensive and meaningful manner ...please join The House of RR. It is a very elegant place where everyone is welcome. Australians must however ask permission from The Head of State of RR, @ragreynolds to join. Rules are as stated from Standing Orders of The House of RR 2017 The only major rule is no filibustering that has no relevance to the topic (no spamming or diverting the thread) Unparliamentary language is not prohibited as such but disorderly behaviour, lack of formality and personal insults are discouraged. More rules can be put to the floor as amendments to The House of RR Act 2017 in the way of how debates should be conducted. All you have to do is create such thread and a poll along side it. Any member who goes against the debating rules will be asked to withdraw their statement. If they refuse to withdraw their statement against their own volition three times, I shall be compelled to order the member to withdraw from the House for the remainder of the day. If a member is withdrawn three times he'll be banned from the house indefinitely. IT IS TIME WE HAD OUR OWN PARLIAMENT! You can vote even if you don't join BUT PLEASE join before posting. For a more comprehensive look at the rules look here :
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    Do you think this is funny, Bry? Fight me IRL.
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    I see you figured out how to walk on the ceiling! Cool!
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