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Dec 23, 2016 at 20:32
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  Topic:   Happy Holidays
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Post 4 written Dec 23, 2016 at 20:37
Forgot about the forum a bit again but I suppose it couldn't hurt to bump this and say Merry Christmas again anyway
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  Topic:   Immigration
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Post 14 written Sep 29, 2016 at 20:48
Hey there, long time, welcome back to Freaks!  

I wouldn't say the opinion is "very" different to my own, as I also don't feel all refugees seeking help should be denied just because of a few rotten apples in the basket. However, I do think it's a pretty mindbogglingly ineffective form of help to basically import large parts of far away countries populations all the way up to northern Europe to house them here, especially since it's currently wearing down particularly our economy to where anything from railroads and general infrastructure to police forces and hospitals are now failing to a very noticable degree due to lack of resources and funds.

I really do think all the money we spend on taking 1 refugee here would be better spent helping 10 or more refugees closer to their original home lands, especially since it tends to be the stronger and more well off younger males who come here, leaving the truly poor and helpless, and the women and the children, behind.

As you point out, I just think there has to be a better long term solution to fixing the problems at home so ALL the people who live in the conflicted countries could be "saved", rather than just the rather large handful that makes it all the way up here. But it's certainly not an easy problem either way you look at it.
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  Topic:   Shane Black\'s Predator Sequel
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Post 8 written Sep 19, 2016 at 12:45
Argh!

Well, we shall see how it turns out I suppose. At least Shane was involved with the original and will hopefully want something closer to that look brought back.
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  Topic:   Immigration
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Post 12 written Aug 5, 2016 at 16:48
It will be interesting to see what the future holds that's for sure. Things are deteriorating fast here as a result of all these lovely refugees we are now swamped with, girls are getting gang raped right and left, huge increase in general violent crime and all the politicians and the leftist media are doing is blaming men collectively (while strongly insinuating it's only the white ones of northern descent who are the real problem).

Glorious times lay ahead
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  Topic:   Shane Black\'s Predator Sequel
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Post 6 written Aug 5, 2016 at 16:40
Well, over a year later and this one is getting close to start filming now, in september if I'm not mistaken. Definitely sounds like it should be a lot more true to form and the original story from the first two films, so still pretty excited about this one and looking forward to what the next few months will reveal.

Only thing that sounds potentially scary is an interview clip I saw where Shane Black did not want to comment on whether there would be any "female predators" in the film. That angle could potentially turn out disastrous if they do go down that road. Brings up disturbing images of something like the "sexy gremlin" with wrist claws in my head
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  Topic:   Star Wars VII
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Post 41 written Aug 5, 2016 at 16:36
I definitely agree that Han and Leia seemed to have been thrown in mostly to draw in older fans, same as with Chewbacca really. The Luke connection still seems pretty intriguing to me though so I hope they don't mess that up in the next one.

Daisy Ridley in general I liked pretty well, but on the other hand I've never been a huge fan of the Tomb Raider series so I don't have a lot of feelings on it really. I'd probably still see it though.

And yes Darth Maul would be hard to beat as a bad guy at this point. I also *really* didn't like that they made Kylo Ren sort of an intentionally weak and disturbed personality. I'm sure they felt it added emotional depth or whatever but I just felt it took away from what the character could have been. He just didn't seem like a particularly great or scary threat at all compared to previous siths.
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  Topic:   Snowpiercer (2013)
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Post 6 written Aug 5, 2016 at 16:32
I agree with that opinion. Overall it was a nice unique story visually executed pretty well in a lot of the scenes, but of course the science behind it (or lack thereof as in a lot of these sorts of movies) was greatly flawed and the ending was for me a pretty huge disappointment, regardless of how you imagine things progress from the point where it's cut off.

I felt like with what the first half of the movie was, they could have made it into so much more in the second half compared to what actually unfolded. Could have been a lot more interesting.
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  Topic:   Star Wars VII
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Post 39 written Mar 27, 2016 at 22:03
Modified:  Mar 27, 2016 at 22:05
Sounds like my assessment wasn't too far off then if you feel the same way.

The thing is, given the director, the visual effects skills involved, and all of the actors they hired, there really was some great potential. I think if they had only dared be a little more creative with the script and not just made it virtually a copy of the original storyline, some magic could have really happened there.

I guess there was at least the introduction of that yellow goggle lady, whose name I've already forgotten, in her temple ruins bar or whatever it was she ran. I wasn't too excited about how she was portrayed on screen, but she seemed to have a slightly interesting backstory anyway that could maybe be cool if it was explored further.

Anyway, I am hoping that now that they've spent the first film on fan service, they will maybe dare to take things in a more stimulating and interesting direction in the next one. I did like Daisy Ridley as well and it should be interesting to see her continue the story with Luke. I just hope he doesn't get thrown in the garbage bin quite as quickly and pointlessly as Han Solo did.
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  Topic:   Immigration
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Post 6 written Jan 30, 2016 at 13:59
Modified:  Jan 30, 2016 at 14:06
Whenever we say anything anti-immigration, he jumps on us. He tries to suppress my opinion because he's scared what others will think of me. He called me a racist because I said we had an infestation problem. I don't see what the big deal is, personally. Hicks is the perfect example of what I call the "PC Brigade". He has absolutely no clue what goes on in the real world and would rather wait for a terrorist attack to happen here than to prevent it in the first place. Either way, I want them all out of this country and I won't rest until they are all gone.

Yeah, the average Swede has been the same way here, unfortunately including our politicians. It's funny how our prime minister just last spring was answering media questions about how many immigrants we could take with "There is no limit" only to six months later go out and desperately try to slow the flow down with border controls and saying "We've probably been a little naive". No shit. Who would have known bringing upwards around 200,000 people from cultures with the worst views on women, human rights and corruption into a country who's leading the stats in those areas would cause any kind of a clash.

I am certainly not a racist myself, I have friends of all skin colors and I judge people mainly as individuals and not as groups, but I am still capable of identifying various problematic behaviour in cultures (including my own) and it's frustrating to get called a racist for virtually anything you say even though there's nothing actually race related about the arguments.

Hmm, I thought it was just Germany where this behaviour was going on. I can't say we really get any of that here. I mostly focus on the problems that affect the country as a whole.

Well there's that too, like I said our police and medical care is very heavily weighed down by this, but there is a lot of random violence and sexual attacks against young girls all over the country. It's also recently been known that this has been going on for many years in festivals where gangs of immigrant boys run around assaulting young girls but that the police actually deliberately has been quieting this down and telling people "things were calm" even though they weren't, just to not appear racist. Boggles the mind how pathetically weak people can get.

I am absolutely disgusted by what you just wrote. I don't understand why this abhorrent behaviour isn't being reported in the media?

Simply because people are too afraid to look racist. These things tend to get some very small notice in local papers that's very toned down and anything immigrant-ish taken out, but the major newspapers often completely ignore it.

Okay, here's what you're going to do. Last year was the first time I ever voted in an election and I voted UKIP - a sort of far right anti immigration anti europe party. They came third with almost 4 million votes which was a pretty big achievement. In your next election, I want you to vote for the party who is against immigration. If you all did that, there would be no problem.

Yeah, we have a party as well that is very anti immigration, the Sweden Democrats, who got 13% in the last election in 2014 and apparently opinion polls are now showing they are today the biggest party with around 25% support. Whereas voting for them a few years ago could (and did) get you fired from your job and your house spraypainted on and your car tires cut (for being a "racist") it's today become a lot more accepted and more and more people are realising we need to vote for some more extreme alternative if we're going to stop this chaos before it does major irreparable damage.

Sadly I couldn't vote in the last election because I was out on a rescue call that day but it's not like my vote would have made a difference anyway. I'll try to make the next one though.

What's the general attitude like amongst the general public in Sweden? Have they all just had enough of your open door policy?

Yeah, pretty much everybody hates what's going on. The sad thing is when the Sweden Democrats got 13% in the last election, the government and mass media rejoiced because "87% of Swedes want immigration". What they don't get is that people of all parties across the entire political spectrum are sick of this particular matter and wants an end to it fast regardless of why they otherwise voted for whatever party they voted for, which is why older established parties are now bleeding voters and members to the Sweden Democrats to a noticable degree every day. People are realising they're pretty much our last hope.

What's funny is - a LOT of already integrated immigrants in Sweden are actually voting for that party as well. Western africans who are civilised and educated with jobs and families are watching in horror as we're importing hordes of violent Somalians and they don't feel safe anymore either - mainly because they know too well from their own home lands what these people are capable of.
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  Topic:   Immigration
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Post 4 written Jan 29, 2016 at 00:48
Modified:  Jan 29, 2016 at 00:52
Sigh, this topic makes me so tired, but I agree with both of you in point of course. And believe me any problems you have with both desctructive effects on society as well as do-gooders calling people racist for even having an opinion, we have it likely 10 times worse here in Sweden.

Last year (last fall mostly) there were over 300 violent incidents at refugee homes where police had to be called, it's complete chaos and even the police have publically stated in desperation that they simply don't have enough resources to carry out normal police work anymore because so much of their time and energy is hogged by the problems caused by the refugees. The same goes for hospitals etc. Last monday a girl got stabbed yeah, and yesterday 20 refugees banded together, armed themselves and attacked the workers at another home to where they had to lock themselves in an office waiting for the police to come and sort it out. Inbetween there were 3 or 4 other "lesser" similar incidents. Today 5 of these "kids" attacked staff violently because one boy "didn't get the candy he wanted".

Another funny incident a few weeks ago led to 10 (yes, ten) armed police officers having to back out of one of these homes through an emergency exit and flee for their lives, they only got out safely due to the fact they had a few dogs with them. Besides actually shooting to kill (which clearly is not the politically correct thing to do!) they were powerless to control the people in there. That alone tells you a little bit about the atmosphere in these places, as well as how greatful these people are to get to come here and get fed by our tax money.

And yeah the sexual molestations and attacks by gangs of refugees against single girls are happening ALL the time here, not just in festivals but on random streets every weekend, and especially in public bath houses, where men and women are now starting to be kept in separate pools. A few people have started monitoring the more serious gang coordinated sexual crimes by immigrants since mid december and currently, the map looks like this:

http://www.imagebam.com/image/5dfa06461770155

The swedish is references to what actually happened so people can google every unique source to see for themselves that it's not just racist propaganda. I especially love one case where a group of immigrant men circled two 7-year old swedish girls, groped them, beat them and then pissed on them. Such wonderful cultures these people come from. And of course you see NOTHING of this reported in our major newspapers either. Can't risk looking racist, better that innocent young girls get raped in silence and make sure not to scream too loud.

And right now it's freezing cold and snow here and everybody is bundled up in winter coats and mostly staying indoors. I'm really afraid of what will happen in the spring and summer when everybody's outdoors and beaches and city streets are full of girls with little to no clothes on. We already have some of the worst rape statistics in the world since we started enriching our culture with people from the middle east and africa, and I doubt it's going to be getting any better in the near future.

Sad times indeed.
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