I'm American and I support America.
I'm American and I oppose America.
I'm European and I support my country and/or oppose the EU.
I'm European and I oppose my country and/or support the EU.
I'm of other nationality and I support my country.
I'm of another nationality and I oppose my country.
opposing patriotism =/= opposing america
Your poll is a bit loaded
None of the answers in the pole work for me. I'm Faroese, united with Greenland and Denmark in the kingdom of Denmark. Denmark is part of EU.
I'm a proud Faroese, I support the unity of the kingdom and I support EU. I see myself as patriotic still.
Nevertheless, if a place like a public bus needs security, that's one thing. The cameras on your streets are more than a little creepy, though. I mean... you already live in the geographical location of Airstrip One... do you really have to turn your country into it for realsies?
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Secondly, all of those problems can be traced to the Founding. The former two are the progeny of the philosophical tradition that was begun with the creation of the American Republic, the latter is simply the government attempting to deal with the limitations placed on it at the founding (which is NOT a comment on whether or not I support said abrogations).
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In the coal mine where i worked 2 years ago the company had to go abroad to recruit people. The fucking Australian Army is paying a ton of money to U.S veterans to emigrate to Australia because they dont' have enough people, submarines docked for lack of people. That's full employment which is not the same as 100% employment.
A) High Streets
B) High Traffic areas
One stops muggers and violence.
The other stops pricks with terrible driving.
They're not the worst thing to happen really, Cameras are only put in residential areas when voted for by the residents.