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Lelouch keeps saying that public opinion is a reliable indicator of what's true and what isn't. Isn't that claim getting a little shopworn? I mean, his half-measures are destructive. They're morally destructive, socially destructive -- even intellectually destructive. And, as if that weren't enough, it has been said that by following his suggestions, we have become such poor caretakers of the tree of liberty that it has wilted and is sagging dangerously close to the ground. I believe that to be true. I also believe that if you're interested in the finagling, double-dealing, chicanery, cheating, cajolery, cunning, rascality, and abject villainy by which Lelouch may mollycoddle the most uninformed rubes you'll ever see in a lustrum or two, then you'll want to consider the following very carefully. You'll especially want to consider that the first lies that Lelouch told us were relatively benign. Still, they have been progressing. And they will continue to progress until there is no more truth; his lies will grow until they blot out the sun.
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>>11291042
Once again, if Lelouch would abandon his name-calling and false dichotomies it would be much easier for me to evaluate the tactics Lelouch has used against me. I am utterly shocked and angered by his contumacious improprieties. Such shameful conduct should never be repeated. Who among you reading these words is not moved to ratchet up our level of understanding? In a nutshell, Lelouch Lamperouge would like to see all of our individual liberties digest in the bowels of an all-powerful State.
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He already geassed himself
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This is one of those random argument generators, isn't it?
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>>11291098
Lelouch should hide his head in shame before the judgment of future generations, whose tongue it will no longer be possible to stop and which, therefore, will say what today all of us know to be true: Some people think it's a bit extreme of me to explain a few facets of this confusing world around us -- a bit over the top, perhaps. Well, what I ought to remind such people is that if Lelouch thinks his causeries represent progress, he should rethink his definition of progress. I have a problem with his use of the phrase, "We all know that...". With this phrase, Lelouch doesn't need to prove his claim that his opinions represent the opinions of the majority -- or even a plurality -- and he merely accepts it as fact. To put it another way, there's a time to keep silent and a time to speak. There's a time to love and a time to hate. There's a time for war and a time for peace. And, I avouch, there's a time to comment on Lelouch's conjectures. Or, to put it less poetically, Lelouch sees the world as somewhat anarchic, a game of catch-as-catch-can in which the sneakiest wankers nab the biggest prizes. To end on a more positive note: "Tolerance" means tolerance of all, not only of a select few.
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Zero: All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?
Suzaku: Brought peace?
Zero: Oh, peace - shut up!
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Zero: All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Britannians ever done for us?
Suzaku: Brought peace?
Zero: Oh, peace - shut up!
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Go to bed Suzaku.
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>>11291482

You said that as if the Japanese can't manage it themselves. They are already a first world country just without the war capability.

Not to mention they conquered Japan to get Sakuradite for their weaponary.
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Don't read too much into this.
Code Geass is shounen.
The plot is simple: Vengeance.
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>>11291024
his lies will grow until they blot out the sun.


Then he will fight in the shade...o wait..
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>>11291098
>>This is one of those random argument generators, isn't it?
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>>11291024

Well all politicians tell the truth to get into office. Most figure of power are honest.

Oh wai...
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You won't hear about this in the media, but many dopeheads have an intense identification with goofy criminal masterminds. For openers, many people are convinced that telling the truth is too much trouble for testy common blood-stained criminals bent on getting their way. I can't comment on that but I can say that if I hear The 11's's backers say, "The 11's's mistakes are always someone else's fault" one more time, I'm going to throw up. We can all have daydreams about Happy Fuzzy Purple Bunny Land, where everyone is caring, loving, and nice. Not only will those daydreams not come true, but I am skeptical of The 11's's efforts to produce a namby-pamby definition of "philoprogenitiveness". If you doubt this, just ask around.
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>>11291623
Well that did not come out to good.
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itt TL;DR
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1.4%? Sounds like 40% to me.



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