• LionHeart564 replied to the topic Kerblam!

    @miapatrick

    Interesting perspective, alienation is also Marx’s critical point of capitalism. The system killing Kira show it doesn’t holds individual human life in very high regard and the female manager has to always remains herself they are people, not organics. The male manager doesn’t show respect to his human employees.All three of them…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Kerblam!

     most recent industrial revolution is in China; it’s noticeable how many agricultural workers were desperate to go to the terrible working conditions, long hours and separation from their families that was involved in factory work – because they were already working those kind of hours anyway, and the money was a lot better. China tried to cont…

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  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Kerblam!

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I found the episode has made some people with left ant-capitalism political ideology quite disappointed, because we all know any big business corporations and any managements in it must be evil and don’t have any human decency whatsoever. How dare Doctor Who give us a corporate system that isn’t actively trying to har…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Demons of the Punjab

    One very good episode, The best one of series 11 in my opinion. I have some limited knowledge of India partition, and this episode handled it very well. If show us the impact of partition on the normal ordinary people, turning friends and families into victims and perpetrators. Very powerful and emotional.

    Doctor’s speech about love and hope e…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Tsuranga Conundrum

    @miapatrick
    The medic was not weak or stupid of course. He putted the people on the ship before himself and call out The Doctor was doing other way around in the beginning. The father was a caring man who want to do right by his son. Android was a indeed brave and loyal. I am just being sarcasm.

    Not sure what do you mean by“Dhula”?

    About the…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Tsuranga Conundrum

    I am late to the party so it seems. When i watched the episode, I come with very low expectation because what I heard from other people’s comments. O were It surpasses my expectation. The pting is so cute I want one for a pet(if it doesn’t eat my house whole) but it have a creepiness to contras its cuteness. The CGI is good enough to not break me…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    @idiotsavon

    Chinese form different regions also have small differences in appearance even for Han people. northern Chinese normally are higher and Chinese from southwest border provinces have darker skin.

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Arachnids In The UK

    @miapatrick

    I won’t blame them since myself can’t tell one is Chinese or Korean or Japanese just by looking at the face.

    @pedant

    Thank you for your advice.

    And to your question.No,we don’t really do that. In most of our history,we don’t see others as our equal but one of three things, tributary starts, barbarians or imperialism invader…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Arachnids In The UK

    @craig
    @miapatrick

    I don’t know what happens but I think the post system is broken for me

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Arachnids In The UK

    <div class=”bbp-reply-author”><span class=”useratname”>@miapatrick </span></div>

    <div class=”bbp-reply-content”>The concept of different races did exist in the 12th century, though. The Moorish occupation of Spain and subsequent reconquest and the crusades fall into this time. I agree that this would mostly have concerned the upper…

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  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Arachnids In The UK

    <div class=”bbp-reply-author”><span class=”useratname”>@miapatrick </span></div>

    <div class=”bbp-reply-content”>The concept of different races did exist in the 12th century, though. The Moorish occupation of Spain and subsequent reconquest and the crusades fall into this time. I agree that this would mostly have concerned the upper…

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  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    @pedant
    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I not sure I understand your meaning. Another similar phrase is 穿井得人(make a well and get a man), it origin is a story about a family made a well so it saved one man’ s workloads but after the story spread it become the family made a well and they dugs up another man.</p>

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic Arachnids In The UK

    @miapatrick

    I want to see racism being discussed on a more intellectual level. Racism isn’t something that comes out of nowhere. Any english in 12th century will not be a racism against african because most of them never met one.Thay will not have the concept of different race. If not for western nations’s rising power of 16th century to 19th…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

     

    @mudlark

    Thank you for your insight. Our current system is that most of hospitals are technically public,either belongs to government or med school but it isn’t free.Our state health insurance is closed to nonexistent. It doesn’t have full cover of most of major health problems and most people don’t used it, they just pay it out their own p…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    @pedant

    悄声传信,direct translation will be “whispering   voice passing messages”

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    @miapatrick

    The UK is about some size of a Chinese province, and our GDP per person is no far lower than yours, maybe your system works better for the UK . I have one family member who has brain cancer who has to borrowed money from other family members including my parents to paid for the treatment. Used all of his and his wife’s savings and s…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    <span class=”useratname”>@miapatrick</span>

    And an unconditional basic income that could cover long term chronic illness doesn’t sound like a viable option. Both the income, and the subsidies for healthcare would be impractically high. I’m talking about years of therapies, operations, medications, related conditions occurring. we can barely aff…

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  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    @thane16

    I am living in a “socialism” nation and it is broken promise. We tried the the communism and it failed so hard it costed millions of lives. Our economic success brought one billion people out of  poverty not because socialism but because we embraced our “worse enemy” the western capitalism and it’s market. Today our “socialism…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    @miapatrick

    Through my personal experience I found profits is the better driving force for providing good service then bureaucracy, of course it means people need to be able to afford to enjoy it. it so I want all people have Universa Basic Income unconditional.A well regulated public owned companies is still under public control with interest o…[Read more]

  • LionHeart564 replied to the topic The Kebab & Calculator

    @pedant

    I will argue that existence of God as a philosophical question can be only dealt with Reasoning.Faith is a personal experience and self-assurance therefore it’s isn’t universal, so it cannot be used as argument . A Christian’s faith is meaningless to a atheist who never had any religion beliefs. God as concept isn’t trademarked…[Read more]

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