SAY IT LOUDER FOR THE people IN THE BACK.
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Is this question arguing about "who's better than who"?
Im speaking about those who do the whole "whose better than who" not this question. Im speaking about this question and the people who like to act like they are better than others.
Thanks for acknowledging your inferiority Miss.
For feminists, they can.
Because it's a video
He is anti-AmericanHe is an Israeli warmongerer, he espouses conservatism, which is a failed ideology, set up and designed to fail. He promotes free-market capitalism (which is retarded, no such thing as a free markets, never will be) He is an Israeli Firster
Conservatism is great. Free market capitalism is great (it will exist with the help of government because without law, capitalists will fuck things up). I don't understand why you hate Israel.
I don't hate Israel... I love America and we don't share the same interests. Israel does nothing for us besides take our money and bribe our politiciansThey undermine our national sovereigntyWhat has conservatism conserved? Free market capitalism has never existed
Free market capitalisation hasn't existed but if it will then it'll be amazing. And morals. People nowadays are divorcing at a high rate, rate of single mothers are increasing, etc.
Yeah he's... really stupid. He thinks that the answer to climate change, rather than trying to stop it, is just to allow people by the sea try to sell their houses and run away. Even though no one is going to buy houses that are sinking into the ocean. Most of the shit he says defies even the barest sense of logic. "Conservatism" or "liberalism" or any of those erroneous labels have nothing to do with it. Either a person uses logic and evidence to solve problems, or they don't. And Shapiro doesn't. He's a hack.
Give an example. A video if you can.
"A ludicrous clip has re-emerged of Shapiro arguing that climate change won’t be such a big deal 'if the sea level rises five or ten metres' because people will just 'sell their homes and move'." Those are the quotes by Shapiro himself, regarding sea level and selling the homes.www.indy100.com/.../ben-shapiro-climate-change-video-sea-level-comedian-8939886The clip to watch that the article is talking about is here. twitter.com/.../948078039338012673
Shapiro sounds like a genius when he's teeing off on radical leftists... but, that's about it.
Shapiro: *snarky Jew voice"There are Only 2 genders" The goyim: *applauseShapiro: now let's go to war with Iran Shapiro in a nutshell 😂
@Thatsamazing https://youtu.be/3BPsRE2flm0 you should watch the full dialogue.
"The cost of energy is then passed on to the consumer, which leaves more people in poverty." Well... no, it doesn't. The costs of energy are *already* passed on to the consumer, and it has very little effect on poverty. He straight-up said that he's not very familiar with the economic statistics regarding the idea of a carbon tax, and then in the second part, yes, again, he stated his notion that people whose homes are going to gradually sink into the ocean due to rising waters will simply sell them. To whom, I'm not really sure (and neither was he). He is not the intellectual that he thinks he is. "... turned out a lot of the data was actually falsified" uhh, what? No idea what study he's referring to. He's essentially arguing against the dire nature of climate scientists' predictions because he doesn't want to be inconvenienced by having to change his lifestyle, the same as none of us want to. But it's not a matter of whether we *want* to-- we need to. No one wants to.
About carbon tax, the companies are to be penalised and those companies will shift that burden to the consumers and that will lead to more poverty because of more tax.To selling homes, he is saying that the water level will rise in 100 years and that's more than enough time to shift from one place to another. Do you deliberately ignore the full sentence or have a hearing problem?He's referring to climategate. The emails were leaked by hackers which showed that the information used for studies was false.
... No, no one has a hearing problem-- it was very easy to hear the man say incredibly stupid thing. And, again, costs are *already* passed on to consumers on a daily basis. That changes nothing. Congress, rather than allowing that to happen, can pass laws saying that they (the energy companies) aren't allowed to do what Shapiro is alleging they'll do. The point is, they won't, because it's hard. And since it's hard, rather than speak about THAT, Shapiro denies science. "Climategate" no idea what you're talking about. A link would be nice.
*incredibly stupid things.
You can't keep free market economy and control the price. Have you ever read economics? If you increase tax, the price increases and hence, the producers do tax shifts. If it's necessity, consumers pay more tax. If it's luxury, producers pay more tax. But tax is never paid fully by the producers. Producers always shift the tax or try to shift as much as they can. You should search about climategate. You're not a kid who I have to spoon-feed information to make him understand.
"Have you ever read economics?" Uhhh... what? Are you the guy that once wrote "read history" to me? I'm starting to think that you are. "Producers always shift the tax or try to shift as much as they can." Uh huh... and as I just said, if Congress were to pass laws saying that they *couldn't fucking do that,* then it wouldn't happen. As I already said, the reason Shapiro isn't arguing for that is because it's hard, and he's a whiner and a wimp, and wimps don't do hard things. Rather than fight for the right thing, the hard thing, he's doing the EASY thing by simply denying climate change, or more appropriately, framing himself as a "skeptic," which is essentially the same thing. Again, YOU are the one who brought up "climategate," whatever the hell that is, so let's see a link so an informational objective journalistic news source or scholarly source or whatever that lets me know what you're talking about, champ.
Pretty sure you don't know how producers shift the tax LoL. They increase price. Congress can't control price in a free market economy. And you're the one arguing without evidence and let me make it clear to you again, I am not going to spoon feed information to you. If you want to have a valid argument, firstly, read economics and learn tax shifting and Secondly, if you want to talk about the false study that Shapiro is talking about, learn about climategate.
"Congress can't control price in a free market economy." Um... yes, they can. Congress has the power to regulate commerce, and to control tax. I don't think you know what you're talking about. And for a third time, YOU are the one who brought up "climategate," whatever the hell that even is. The burden of proof is on YOU.Are you truly as uneducated and ignorant as it seems like you are?
"The cost of energy is then passed on to the consumer, which leaves more people in poverty." Well... no, it doesn't. The costs of energy are *already* passed on to the consumer, and it has very little effect on poverty" this is your comment. You said that it doesn't have any effect on poverty. Well, if the producers who produce more carbon pollution are penalised (taxed), they'll shift the tax. What are you arguing about? It's Congress that tax. Ben is saying that if they impose penalty tax, then people will be taxed and producers won't be."... turned out a lot of the data was actually falsified" uhh, what? No idea what study he's referring to." This again is your comment. Ben is talking about climategate. I told you what you didn't know. This is what he's referring to. What proof are you asking from me? I owe you no proof.
... I think you need counseling, man. And to get off the Internet and read things written by people who are actually intelligent. You're wasting my time. Reply as you like; I won't read it.
Says a guy who doesn't know facts, laughs at clips that are taken out of context, doesn't know how economy works😂🤣