Do you believe the following statements made by my "friend" are true?

My "friend" seems to be very biased

My "friend" says:

1) Spain is the "dirty canal" of Europe.
2) Latin American countries are trash.
3) Spain is a dying country.
4) The sole government in Mexico is the drug cartel.
5) Because my aunt was born in Panama, she is part of the drug cartel.
6) China is not communist.
7) China and India are the two best countries in the world.
8) India and China are better than Spain and all other Latin American countries.
9) Spain is a dying country.

Comment on any you like.
Asked Dec 13, 2011
Edited Dec 13, 2011
Sounds like your friend is negative person.
Life is good and bad in all areas.
But hate to say this you can't change your friend's mind at all.
People have different personalty types.
At these time I believe the correct term is fore closer and stubborn minded.
You have to except some people in the world are going to be that way, but
if he brothers you need to distance yourself.
hang with people who agree with you.
Answered Dec 13, 2011
Edited Dec 13, 2011
These are opinions, not facts so "true" has nothing to do with it.
Answered Dec 13, 2011
truth and opinion can be found in the same statement, but definitely not in these statements:) truth is a delicate balance, and these statements are extreme.
Answered Dec 13, 2011
Well I don't like Spain because of their World Cup victory, but he made opinions, so I don't believe it.
Answered Dec 24, 2011
Are you sure your friend doesn't take drugs? Ask him whether he buys his drugs from your aunt since he is so sure about her part of the drug cartel, hahaha.
Now all kidding aside:
I hope you don't take his statements seriously. :)
Answered Mar 24, 2012
Edited Mar 24, 2012

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