Also about human rights+329Yo, Bahrain, I'm really happy for you, and Imma let you finish, but Egypt had the best weeks-long protest for demanding fundamental human rights of all time, amirite?
Also by comedic_philosopher+23If a remote jungle tribe practiced cannibalism only for religious purposes or as a sign honor and not for regular sustenance, we shouldn't call it savagery because its merely a different culture and perspective than our own. Therefore nothing is universally wrong, even though some things come close, amirite?
Also about Politics-73Not voting is the best way to protest a dysfunctional government, amirite?
Also by comedic_philosopher-3A painless life is the same thing as a meaningless life, amirite?
Also about Politics-14Cory Booker is co-authorizing a book with Kamala Harris called “How to Quickly Get Ahead in Politics,” amirite?
Also about human rights+100A vegetarian who supports abortion doesn't quite make sense to me. I'm not saying either side of both is right or wrong, but how can you advocate animal rights but ignore human rights, amirite?
Also about Politics+136Trump talking makes me lose respect for anyone that supports him, amirite?
Also about human rights+352It's incredibly stupid when a country has actually shown its support to amnesty international by promoting the human rights commission but stills refuse to give 'freedom' to gays. Basically its the same as saying you are wrong but i agree with you. amirite?
Also about human rights+326It's sad how even now, in the 21st century, so many people don't believe in basic human rights, amirite?
Also about human rights+145Human rights activists do a lot of good, but tend to get overzealous and oversensitive, to the point where they often impair progress due to relatively trivial matters, amirite?
Also by comedic_philosopher+133Unknown : the most terrifying thing in human history, amirite?
Also about human rights+280It is ironic that "peace tea" (hippie-inspired tea) is marked by coca-cola. So the hippie themed teas that all kids who want to change the world are drinking are actually being mass distributed by a company that several college campuses banned due to its history of human rights abuses, amirite?
Also about human rights+61China now protesting Japan all over the place. China's lucky more people don't protest over their abuse of intellectual property rights, copyrights, trademarks, human rights, environmental protection laws and for their lack of action over the production of counterfeit goods. That list stacks higher than few rocks in the Pacific Ocean. amirite?