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Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/history
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Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Hello!

Just a quick reminder regarding rule 2:

No politics or soapboxing.

  • Submissions that are overtly political will be removed; political topics are only acceptable if discussed in a historical context. Comments should discuss a historical topic, not advocate an agenda. This is entirely at the moderators' discretion and violators will be fed to the bear.

In /r/history we like to discuss history in an accessible and informative manner, and are of course open to discussion of topics such as this one.

We have observed that off topic comments serve only to derail conversation and turn threads into cesspits.

With this in mind, please be aware that /r/history does not allow politics, soapboxing, or off-topic comments. This policy is not meant to in any way stifle intelligent discussion about these topics, but merely to keep the focus of /r/history on history. There are plenty of spaces on reddit that you can post about politics, modern society and current trends, but this is not one of them.

If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please direct them to modmail rather than replying here.

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Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Hello!

Just a quick reminder regarding rule 2:

No politics or soapboxing.

  • Submissions that are overtly political will be removed; political topics are only acceptable if discussed in a historical context. Comments should discuss a historical topic, not advocate an agenda. This is entirely at the moderators' discretion and violators will be fed to the bear.

In /r/history we like to discuss history in an accessible and informative manner, and are of course open to discussion of topics such as this one.

We have observed that off topic comments serve only to derail conversation and turn threads into cesspits.

With this in mind, please be aware that /r/history does not allow politics, soapboxing, or off-topic comments. This policy is not meant to in any way stifle intelligent discussion about these topics, but merely to keep the focus of /r/history on history. There are plenty of spaces on reddit that you can post about politics, modern society and current trends, but this is not one of them.

If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please direct them to modmail rather than replying here.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/food
Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Your post was removed because of Rule #5:

make your titles descriptive and just about the food. We allow titles that describe the food, just the food and nothing but the food. Not allowed: location, the occasion, any narrative backstories, any extra details that do not describe what the food is. This includes "from scratch", first time, tried my hand, etc. If you are going to post a compilation album, you must describe the first three ingredients. Avoid all caps. If you are posting [vegan/vegetarian/gf/keto] foods, do not title them with those words. Use the specific flair for them.

Mod discretion will be used to encourage you to repost with a different title, like this auto comment for example.

Please resubmit your post using a title which is just a concise description of the food. Thank you.

http://goedhartvoordieren.nl/?page=r/food/wiki/index

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/history
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Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Hello, /u/BreakSomethingx. Thanks for contributing! Unfortunately your submission has been removed:

  • It breaks rule 6: When submitting link posts, leave a description, in a comment, following your submission.
    We kindly request that you lead off the discussion with a small blurb about the submission. We strongly feel that if you find something interesting enough to share on /r/history it should be no problem to leave a short comment (50 or more words) about what you submitted. This may be anything from why you thought this is relevant for /r/history to what you found interesting about what you have submitted. This comment left by the OP can best be seen as a kickstarter for discussion. If there is already a comment present people will be more inclined to respond about the subject resulting in more and on-topic discussion.

When you've added in some personal contribution to the thread, message the moderators. and we'll see about getting your post back online. Thanks.

If you feel this was done in error, or would like better clarification or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to message the moderators.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/history
Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Hello, /u/Dhakwanes. Thanks for contributing! Unfortunately your submission has been removed:

  • It breaks rule 6: When submitting link posts, leave a description, in a comment, following your submission.
    We kindly request that you lead off the discussion with a small blurb about the submission. We strongly feel that if you find something interesting enough to share on /r/history it should be no problem to leave a short comment (50 or more words) about what you submitted. This may be anything from why you thought this is relevant for /r/history to what you found interesting about what you have submitted. This comment left by the OP can best be seen as a kickstarter for discussion. If there is already a comment present people will be more inclined to respond about the subject resulting in more and on-topic discussion.

When you've added in some personal contribution to the thread, message the moderators. and we'll see about getting your post back online. Thanks.

If you feel this was done in error, or would like better clarification or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to message the moderators.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/history
Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Hello, /u/iamtherealandy. Thanks for contributing! Unfortunately your submission has been removed:

  • It breaks rule 6: When submitting link posts, leave a description, in a comment, following your submission.
    We kindly request that you lead off the discussion with a small blurb about the submission. We strongly feel that if you find something interesting enough to share on /r/history it should be no problem to leave a short comment (50 or more words) about what you submitted. This may be anything from why you thought this is relevant for /r/history to what you found interesting about what you have submitted. This comment left by the OP can best be seen as a kickstarter for discussion. If there is already a comment present people will be more inclined to respond about the subject resulting in more and on-topic discussion.

When you've added in some personal contribution to the thread, message the moderators. and we'll see about getting your post back online. Thanks.

If you feel this was done in error, or would like better clarification or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to message the moderators.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/history
Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Hello, /u/Foxocommando. Thanks for contributing! Unfortunately your submission has been removed:

  • /r/history is not a place to crowdsource your research efforts. We apply our "no homework" rule to not only students, but to authors, journalist, and anyone else seeking to use the subreddit as their research team. The goal here is to generate discussions about history, and the original post should be geared in that effort.

If you feel this was done in error, or would like better clarification or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to message the moderators.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/asoiaf
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Trauermarsch -5 points

Just showing how one may have come to the conclusion that you were mad, or at least emotionally affected by the topic at hand. Other indicators include something as small as you immediately downvoting my comment, being aggressive about "antitheists swarming the topic", etc.

I don't have a strong belief either way on whether gods exist or not in the setting of ASOIAF (hehe, belief), but there are some good comments upthread to check out. Why not participate in good faith instead of lashing out against these perceived enemies of your Faith?

EDIT: I see, you opt to downvote without commenting instead of actually reflecting on your actions.

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Trauermarsch 1 point

I think context is pretty important here. He already started off being combative, so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/worldnews
goondaddy172 -13 points

Proof you’re South Korean and can’t find this in Korean news?

Trauermarsch 3 points

키위티가 한국인이라는건 증명할수 없지만 저도 한국전쟁이 끋났다는 뉴스는 못 찾았어요

Disclaimer: my written korean is super rusty

sweetteaformeplease 3,030 points

Well that should tell you something. Too bad I had to scroll all the way down to find this out. If this was true it would be all over the Korean news

Trauermarsch 758 points

I'm only finding stuff about denuclearisation talks and analysis of what to expect from upcoming talks, that kind of stuff. Nothing about ending the war.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/AskReddit
TokyoMiyu 0 points

Part of the rebuild was direct repair of diplomatic relations, which is why I mentioned it. In 50s, through 70s, Japan made overt, direct, and fully apologetic in it's treaties and statements. It highlights your lack of knowledge.

I also personally believe Japan should teach more. My attempt to explain the situation is different than my personal view. I have stated this view many times.

Your wrong assumption is noted.

Trauermarsch 7 points

Look around the thread. General ignorance, disinterest, refusal to face the historical wrongs, and even plain denial is everywhere. You speak of political treaties and diplomatic relations, yet the war criminal shrine continues to be visited by the Prime Minister of Japan and the people are not fully educated about the true atrocities committed by IJA.

Pregnant women were gutted by Japanese bayonets. Men had their ballsacks snipped by scissors while restrained by the Japanese youth. People who waved the flag of their own country were shot in droves for daring to protest the subhuman treatment, for being not Japanese. Wives were violated, children's head shattered, monuments defaced, histories rewritten.

You speak of me not being fair to you. I would respond - have the Japanese been fair to them? To the uncountable dead? To the histories of the ancestors, both yours and mine? Of fabricated historical claims of Japan's ancient rule of the Korean peninsula to pretend their occupation was justified?

The youths of victim-nations drafted to your mad wars in Manchuria? National resources plundered, royal families shattered, national prestige usurped? Where was your fairness when these things happened? Do you truly believe that the fire bombing of Tokyo and the two nuking were worse than the decades-long systematic attempt at destroying the culture and history of nations?

You point to your treaties. You say that apologies were offered by diplomatic means. Yet there is no mention of heartfelt remorse. No true memorial of the innumerable dead, killed by the greed of the Japanese. The father rendered childless due to Japanese soldiers carrying her off to a barn to rape and then kill. The little boy rendered an orphan after his father, trying to scrape a little bit of food, is found hiding some grains from the Japanese, who seek to ship anything of value back to their island-nation.

I don't think your view is fair.

Really?

TokyoMiyu -1 points

I believe you will always read what you want to read, no matter what I say.

You are seem to think I am interested in defending Japanese atrocity? Japanese action was horrific. I'm not interested in your passion play.

I will never compare our fairness of argument to the horror of war the way you so easily and stupidly do.

You devolved into suggest I think "2 nukes for war crimes" was payment. You are having a fight with your own imagine enemy. Congratulations.

Japan has officially and multiply apologize for it's actions, specifically and generally. I get that it's not enough for you. Do you have more to say?

Trauermarsch 9 points

This bland attitude with which you treat the subject may be one of the reasons many feel Japan does not truly feel sorry for its role in WWII. I urge you to look toward Germany and their efforts to repair relations with neighbouring nations, and reflect upon the act of the Japanese government.

It is difficult to think your apologies are sincere when your Prime Minister goes on to pay his respects to a shrine filled with war criminals. There are many more things that could be said about the subject, but your reticence toward this subject makes it a futile gesture. I hope you have a nice day, whatever our disagreements.

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Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/history
newshihtzuorder 0 points

Well for one, I'm an American :)

And if every country was an American puppet, well, that would be fine by me.

Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Next time just report... people like these instead of engaging. Thanks!

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Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Personal insults are a no-no.

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Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/SubredditDrama
bubblegumgills 111 points

And this is different to their usual state how exactly?

Trauermarsch 82 points

No denial, no denial. You're the denial!

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/SubredditDrama
Zerce 14 points

True Star Wars fans consider the series as a whole to be garbage aside from a couple pretty good ones.

Trauermarsch 12 points

Actually Thrawn Trilogy is the only good SW content ever. Fite me

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/SubredditDrama
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thehalfdimeshow 24 points

By "we" I meant the United States and the Confederacy, and my ancestors did actually fight in the Civil War. Don't ask which side.

Trauermarsch 4 points

Which side?

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/StarWars
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Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Please use the report function instead of engaging with another user that you feel to be breaking the rules.

Trauermarsch [M] -1 points

Read the sidebar next time before you comment.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/StarWars
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Trauermarsch [M] 1 point

Reminder to keep things civil. Discussions are fine, personal insults aren't.

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Trauermarsch [M] 2 points

Have a refresher on the subreddit guidelines by taking a gander at the sidebar.

Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/StarWars
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Trauermarsch [M] 3 points

Calling people keyboard warriors etc is not conducive to polite discussion. Report if you see someone breaking the civility guideline and move along next time instead of letting it spiral into a thread of its own.

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Trauermarsch commented on a post in r/AskReddit
Laiize 182 points

Mississippi.

Ive been there twice and seen all the statistics.

I cannot find a single redeeming quality of the state.

They are one of the most reliably pro-life states..

They are the least educated state.

For every $1 of taxes they pay to the federal government, they receive $3 back. Making them one of the biggest "taker" states.

Their GDP per capita is the lowest in the country, making them the most unproductive people too.

They are considered by many to be the most racist state in the USA.

And to boot the entire state is basically a giant bayou like Louisiana but without the New Orleans.

I seriously cannot find a single redeeming quality in that entire strip of land that would make me think the US would be worse off without it.

Can we just set them free?

Trauermarsch 8 points

Maybe it's a containment state. Like The_YouKnow.

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