United States (Axis Powers: Hetalia) Mobile Wallpaper

Entry by ShinigamiRukia on Sat Dec 21 05:57:49 2013.

Tags: Anime, Pixiv Id 63325, Axis Powers: Hetalia, United States, No Glasses, Mobile Wallpaper, Pixiv, Fanart From Pixiv, Fanart, PNG Conversion

Pixiv Id 63325, Axis Powers: Hetalia, United States, No Glasses, Mobile Wallpaper, Pixiv, Fanart From Pixiv, Fanart, PNG Conversion


Comments (English)

  • AnimeGirlx1

    Mar 05, 2012

    I love this picture so much.

  • SRSK

    Mar 07, 2012

    Anyone else feel like this is some sort of prediction? I mean, think about how the US is running right now... even as a member of this country, I can't say I can see us surviving for much longer at this rate...

  • Angel-Kazekage

    Mar 07, 2012

    ^Don't lose hope bro

  • The-Aryan2

    Mar 07, 2012

    @SRSK Actually, yes. I hear it from everyone I talk to, no matter WHAT we talk about-**** always drifts back into political discussions. Even if the 2012 thing is off.. my country's not a happy place right now. I mean, I can sit here in my living room, drink starbucks and say w/e I want and not worry about getting shot for it.. but subtle**** here and there is adding up, and our debt's getting worse. I don't want to see what's going to have to happen before we can start building again. A lot of people say the economy has to completely collapse before it can be fixed this time. We're also not the only ones right now going through economic**** and it's affecting everyone, everywhere.

    I wonder if my country may indeed fall soon.

  • AnimeGirlx1

    Mar 08, 2012

    ^Hey, if we don't do anything and let the radical people (and politicians) do what they want, yeah, of course we're not gonna last long. Going to school, a lot of the students these days don't seem to care about anything other than partying/drugs/talking about sex/being fake or just simply not caring. I hate what the media puts out, because they're the ones who affect the younger generation these days, too.

    However, at the same time, there are people who do try hard, no matter what. I hope I can say I'm close to that definition. Although the general population doesn't have much hope, I think that if I am able to help those around me and hopefully encourage them to keep on going and not blame someone else/the government for what's happening, then I'd be glad. Sure, the government may be the one doing the spending, but what about the people? Many of the ones complaining are the lazy ones who sit around saying the government isn't providing enough for them. (ie. Health care, social security, etc.) Seriously, quit complaining and do your job for now because everyone else is in some sort of problem, too. Not everything can be fixed; one problem solved and another arises. What would truly make the US fall is when its people loses all faith that the country can still be fixed.

  • The-Aryan2

    Mar 09, 2012


    You're talking to the wrong person on this one. I do my job. So do the people I work with- otherwise we wouldn't be able to afford the cosplay or fandom goodies we entrench ourselves in. The people complaining aren't all lazy or uneducated- and that's what it looks like you're saying right there.

    Everyone everywhere is seeing the changes. I don't want to get into a****fight about it, but you made a very rude and ignorant comment there. Don't judge people and situations you know nothing about.

    Or better yet, try working in the government or in social services like me, and see firsthand the games people play and the way money is exchanged over people's lives based on religion or race or sexuality. Read between the lines and realize just how 'free' our freedom of speech is these days, or how 'free' our media is- look for the little bills and follow the paper trails and see for yourself that it's completely 'legal' for our government to decide something they don't like on the media needs to go away.

    See how easy it would be for a real, live, literal nazi-germany to happen in this country w/ the laws and bills set in place when you weren't looking.

    But then again- you'd call me paranoid, wouldn't you?
    Go read eli weisel's night, and see how the jews called beedle the bard crazy, too.

  • AnimeGirlx1

    Mar 10, 2012

    Ah, I'm sorry if I came off as close-minded or any of the sort. I really was not trying to offend you, or anyone, for that matter. I was trying to make a point that I probably didn't make clear, that I think while the government is at fault for many of the problems, solely complaining about it won't change much. I never said all the "people complaining" are lazy and uneducated. However, I do believe that a good amount of them are unmotivated, yet are extremely capable, and another portion are really the lazy ones. But hey, I guess you can say you get that everywhere.

    And I can see where my comment sounded rude. Sorry, I wasn't directing that sentence at you; I wasn't directing any part of my comment at you, actually. It was more of a generalization, and I'm sorry about the way I phrased it.

    The thing is, I still don't think the US will fall soon. No one knows when something may come up and change it for the better. I just hope that the people don't lose that faith in our country, no matter how bad the current president/government is, because hopefully, a better person will show up in four years.

  • NinjaLuvs

    Apr 16, 2012

    I checked a couple days ago and the USA isn't even in the top ten for highest debts in the world but I agree a change has to be made but people need to work for it and get their opinion out there how I don't know but someone's gotta do it...

  • kakashihatakelgs


    Jul 04, 2012

    Happy Birthday~

  • Sienna_19

    Jul 12, 2012

    I dont care what people are saying about our country. The economy is gonna fall apart. We are all doomed. They can say what they want. Talking isnt going to help our situation. Acting is. As for me, i believe in my country. Im a proud American and always will be. I have faith that America will rise again. Long live the USA.

  • emospadakun04

    Sep 07, 2012

    Just the other day, my friend was telling me that her mom complained a lot about kids nowadays. We listen to crazy music, get drunk, have sex, get pregnant, are lazy, won't find a job, etc. etc. etc. She asked her mom who she was voting for president. her mom doesnt want to vote. She talked to her about the different candidates (well, now Obama and Romney i think), and her mom acted like she didn't care, that 'this country was going to hell anyway.' no. shut up. don't you dare say that. it's people that think like this that are going to sink our nation. and while most of the adults (that i know) don't care about what happens, a lot of teenagers my age and younger (also the ones i know) do. the problem, of course, is that *we can't vote* because we're 'childish,' 'stupid,' and 'don't know what's good for us.' (all these quotes are taken from adults that i have talked to and said this to my face or in my presence) hello? you'll be gone in the next 30 years, wanna give us youngsters a shot?

  • tinge24

    Sep 09, 2012

    Ok, first thing I want to say is...this art is awesome, but it makes me sad. I'm patriotic and love my country, so to see Alfred falling and crying is just... (;_;)

    Second, for those of you commenting about our country's future state...yes, if we don't act or do something to better our country, it's only going to get worse. What's the best thing we can do? Vote for the right people to be governing our country, be good, hard working citizens, volunteer from time to time, be proactive and get involved in political campaigns, be responsible with your money (don't go spending everything you have on crap you don't need and possibly going into debt), raise your kids right (you have to admit, with what's on TV, radio and commercials/ads...things are getting ridiculous when it comes to sex, drugs and alcohol use. Remember, the kids are our future!), be a good neighbor and look after your fellow man, etc. etc.

    Unfortunately, a good majority of Americans don't understand the severity of our problems...most likely because they either A. Haven't experienced it themselves, B. Are in denial and think the government will take care of the situation, C. Don't think it's a big deal and think it'll blow over, D. Are not educated enough to understand what's really going on, or E. (the scary one) Don't care AT ALL. Nothing would crush me more than to see my beloved country fall, but please stay optimistic! Don't give up and always have faith, because when things go bad, America (and its people) always find the strength to pull back up >:]

  • kakashihatakelgs


    Jan 06, 2013

    (Oh god, the comments are so loooong~)

  • Cierra-chan


    Jun 10, 2013

    ^ i agree. such long comments o:

  • gloomylady


    Oct 23, 2013

    But these comments are kinda interesting:D

  • KeiraA333

    Jan 13, 2014

    Now that I've seen the comments here mine seems kinda simple-minded...BUT!
    What's it say on his dogtags?! It's actual writing, I just can't read it all!

  • Animegirl450


    Jan 18, 2014

    This is a beautiful picture~! :D

  • Zara Mikazuki


    Jun 04, 2014

    I never imagined a political discussion on Zerochan...though if it were to happen, APH would make the most sense. But the picture is beautiful!

  • TheAsianGirl

    Aug 10, 2014

    Even though what everyone saying is true that our eveonomy will fall and collapse sooner or later, but America has come so far and the people loves this country too much to let it fall.

  • TheAsianGirl

    Aug 10, 2014

    Even though what everyone saying is true that our eveonomy will fall and collapse sooner or later, but America has come so far and the people loves this country too much to let it fall.

  • TheAsianGirl

    Aug 10, 2014

    Even though what everyone saying is true that our eveonomy will fall and collapse sooner or later, but America has come so far and the people loves this country too much to let it fall.

  • salzamoz

    Mar 09, 2015

    This stuff just got deep

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