The Chinese Social Credit Score System Has Already Been Implemented

Falkentyne

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This is really scary and creepy.
There are TONS Of people in USA and mexico now (mostly women) who do 'sex work' for money. Selling their body online and in porn shops.
Those people are really creepy and they hate guys. I ran into two of them. They cannot be trusted as friends at all. they just see guys as "all the same" and as money making tools to take advantage of.
Try to be friends with one of them and unless you are absolutely PERFECT and they truly respect something about you, you will get catfished.
 

Krenum

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Federal debt is meaningless. Japan has a near trillion dollar debt at the federal level and their economy is booming. Learn about Modern Monetary Theory.

Not interested in Theories. Only facts.
 

TMCM

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quite what? do you mean quit? no.
styxx isn't part of infowars and do some research instead of listening to the msm re alex jones. he knows the earth is round, knows the moon landing is real and chem trails had nothing to do with the actual frogs that did turn gay. stupid fucking comment... also, he's right way more than people like to admit. everything said in both of those videos is true and exactly on topic. why do you have a problem with either?
edit: dont try to censor me

Yup, meant quit but looks like I added an E. It looks like you were able to figure it out rather quickly. My original post had shit grammar and punctuation too.

https://www.texasmonthly.com/politi...suit-argue-no-reasonable-person-believe-says/

His own attorney argues that "Alex Jones" is a personality and that what he says on his shows is make believe....

again, Alex Jones is not a credible news source and I fail to see how I tried to censor you...
 
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Inacurate

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Jesus, kids like you are how atrocities like China's cultural revolution took place. I hope you are in a very small minority of future authoritarians but have seen others like you (usually born in the 90s). There was previously a level of common decency that kids like you constantly mock and lampoon because it also required a level of work and standards. You would justify cheating in school as morally relative. Sorry, but I absolutely have the right to be a jackass child, and the fact you need mama gubment to protect you is a horrifying reflection of your lack of individuality. You would love to see my income docked by what YOU define as rude/hostile. As defined by you little fascists in training right? Much like your "hate/thought" crimes? People like you are an example of a devolved species if there ever was one. You are one sad individual.

Your sort of reply, is what helps doom us as a species.
It's exactly what pushes those in power to explore alternative ways for controlling behaviour.
It's disruptive, mean spirited, uncalled for, utterly unproductive and simply a waste of time, energy and resources.

It's also full of judgments and assumptions, leading nowhere because they are not based in fact or critical thinking, just emotional outburst.

You assume my age.
You assume to know for a fact that this supposed "minority of future authoritarians" would be a bad thing.
You assume I mock decency and imply I have none.
You assume I would encourage cheating to get ahead in school, thereby life.
You assume I need/want protection from a pissant jackass.
I assume your parents didn't teach manners, decency or how to have a civil conversation.
You assume my definition of rude/hostile would somehow infringe on your person.
You assume it's people like me who are prime examples of a devolved species.

I offered a thought presented as a "what-if", and you cannot seem to handle it, so choose to attempt to bully, ridicule and use harsh words to get your point across.

Why is being a good person a bad thing?
Why do you feel being a good person is going to somehow encroach on your rights?

If we didn't have jackasses (and lawyers) we wouldn't need all the ridiculous laws and policies we currently have, but since some people cannot behave, we are here now and this is where we're heading as more people continue to be disruptive.
Slowly, and unfortunately, surely
 

JamesfromDFW

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Will this end up like Black Mirror S3E1 and The Orville S1E7?
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pendragon1

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Yup, meant quit but looks like I added an E. It looks like you were able to figure it out rather quickly. My original post had shit grammar and punctuation too.

https://www.texasmonthly.com/politi...suit-argue-no-reasonable-person-believe-says/

His own attorney argues that "Alex Jones" is a personality and that what he says on his shows is make believe....

again, Alex Jones is not a credible news source and I fail to see how I tried to censor you...
lol they are using that quote out of context to try and make the point you are. I watched that statement live and that is not what he meant. the statement was made inregards to the skit segments he does like when he wore a reptilian mask. if you dont watch the source of the quote you wont know the true statement...
 

The Mad Atheist

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these guys deserve it though

i have a right to fresh air, fuckers.
QFFT!!!
I'm at a location outside and and smokers come up to me and start lighting up, forget there are other places to smoke away from those that don't.
I swear, I feel like pulling out a gun and ventilate their lungs!
 

Tsumi

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Your sort of reply, is what helps doom us as a species.
It's exactly what pushes those in power to explore alternative ways for controlling behaviour.
It's disruptive, mean spirited, uncalled for, utterly unproductive and simply a waste of time, energy and resources.

It's also full of judgments and assumptions, leading nowhere because they are not based in fact or critical thinking, just emotional outburst.

You assume my age.
You assume to know for a fact that this supposed "minority of future authoritarians" would be a bad thing.
You assume I mock decency and imply I have none.
You assume I would encourage cheating to get ahead in school, thereby life.
You assume I need/want protection from a pissant jackass.
I assume your parents didn't teach manners, decency or how to have a civil conversation.
You assume my definition of rude/hostile would somehow infringe on your person.
You assume it's people like me who are prime examples of a devolved species.

I offered a thought presented as a "what-if", and you cannot seem to handle it, so choose to attempt to bully, ridicule and use harsh words to get your point across.

Why is being a good person a bad thing?
Why do you feel being a good person is going to somehow encroach on your rights?

If we didn't have jackasses (and lawyers) we wouldn't need all the ridiculous laws and policies we currently have, but since some people cannot behave, we are here now and this is where we're heading as more people continue to be disruptive.
Slowly, and unfortunately, surely

Because going down this path starts you down the slippery slope towards thoughtcrime and the totalitarianism that is the result of thoughtcrime.

The line should be drawn at physical harm to another person and/or significant mental harm/harassment. And by mental harm, it should not be things like "my feelings got hurt," it should be things like "I'm afraid to go to work because my coworkers keep giving me lewd looks even though I told them to stop." Those are clear lines that a competent jury should be able to distinguish.

It is not about "being a good person removes rights." It is about "removing rights of a person being bad" and the arbitrary definition of what is "bad."
 

Laowai

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Nowhere in that study indicates that the frogs are turning "gay". Going sterile and changing sexes? Sure. I don't see how that abounds to a leap of faith about the US government turning the frogs gay. Of course, that was all really just a dog whistle about the purported "homosexual agenda". You'd think that the EU would be on this conspiracy, and not have banned that same pesticide to turn their own frogs gay. France should practically be a gay utopia by now :cool:.
As I said, he has to be listened to with a critical ear. He does take a little bit of truth and take it to strange places.
That said, he isn't worse imo, than fools who hear dogwhistles everywhere.
 

hlfbkd420

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I'm gonna take a shit next to your shoe. You can walk away.

Why are you near me if I'm smoking in the first place?

I wouldn't be smoking next to a pretentious douche unless I wanted to piss them off...

So... Walk away
 

kju1

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Why are you near me if I'm smoking in the first place?

I wouldn't be smoking next to a pretentious douche unless I wanted to piss them off...

So... Walk away

Until they started passing all these smoking laws I often found myself sitting next to someone in a public place when they decided to light one up. How about you walk away instead....
 

hlfbkd420

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Until they started passing all these smoking laws I often found myself sitting next to someone in a public place when they decided to light one up. How about you walk away instead....

Nah... I'm just going to loiter about blowing my smoke in your face now.
 

ManofGod

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Nah... I'm just going to loiter about blowing my smoke in your face now.

I have no issue with walking away, if I joined the group myself. However, when someone just randomly joins a group and starts smoking it up, that is just plain rude. I remember running a 4 mile race, 2 out and 2 back, and someone came out to watch the race. Great, except that he decided it was a good idea to smoke it up right next to the runners, well the race was going. Now that was being a jerk, even if unintentional.
 

Verge

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China taking street cred to a whole new level. We'll see how long this lasts before theirs a revolution.

So glad to be an American.

Revolutions are hard without guns. Throw rocks at a 2 million person army... yea that will work. Something the anti-gun people never realize.
 

modi123

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Fun follow up to this. China Daily News so take it with a grain of salt.

Hebei court unveils program to expose deadbeat debtors

Called "a map of deadbeat debtors", the program allows users to find out whether there are any debtors within 500 meters.

The debtor's information is available to check in the program, making it easier for people to whistle-blow on debtors capable of paying their debts.

"It's a part of our measures to enforce our rulings and create a socially credible environment," said a spokesman of the court.

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/201901/16/WS5c3edfb8a3106c65c34e4d75.html

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Uvaman2

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Revolutions are hard without guns. Throw rocks at a 2 million person army... yea that will work. Something the anti-gun people never realize.
No, revolutions are hard without unity. Million soldiers or no. Guns are not needed, most likely counter productive.
You are thinking a coup... We seem to love coup... Most be because its less people to corrupt and pay off I suppose.
 

RPGWiZaRD

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Woah, this is pretty extreme.

But one thing that always questioned me, do we really need "dislike", can't we just rate things by how many likes things gets. :p You'd think with the increase in "millenialism" and people getting butthurt I'm suprised the "dislike" button still lives as strong as it does.
 
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