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  1. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    And Germany can devalue their currency unlike their European trade partners....right ?
  2. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    I don`t think Cameron understands what Merkel means by EU reform....unless he wants a federal EU. :P
  3. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    They have a functional economy so that makes you even....wait, it doesn`t. :)
  4. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    Pfffff....I might have to start looking for a new profile picture without Greece in it.

    Damn Greeks wasting my time. :P
  5. Re: Queen of UK hints she would prefer Britain to remain in the EU

    I am talking in a geopolitical sense, The Russian Federation is so badly outclassed it managed to lose the influence game against a EU who wasn`t even trying in Ukraine and they turned in crybabies...
  6. Re: US has lost the "war on terror". US administration must admit it before its too late

    Now if Iran had shah and would have been somewhat secular it would have been a good ally against sunni terrorists with Iran being the only major Shia country, especially in the context of an...
  7. Re: Queen of UK hints she would prefer Britain to remain in the EU

    The British did what they thought was in their best interest.

    Yes, they ended up screwing themselves and continental Europe and paved the way for American dominance but it`s not that it was...
  8. Re: Some unrelated recent military procurment storiess since I am getting bored of Ukraine

    Stealth is only for tactical situations only.
    For F-35 and F-22 to remain stealth they will have to shut down their radar and the best passive detection system (IRST) is installed in German...
  9. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    He seems to be well versed in economics but I don`t think he grasps the difference between theory and reality.

    In theory he`s right on how the Greek economy can be relaunched, in realty it`s more...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments, Thread 3

    Omg, omg, omg, omg.

    Gief plox !
  11. Re: Queen of UK hints she would prefer Britain to remain in the EU

    It must be her German blood boiling with righteous logic and reason.
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments, Thread 3

    I`m not mentally retarded so don`t try to vomit false information in my head. Crimea was given to the Ukrainian SSR as part of a internal reorganisation of USSR.

    No Crimea, no peace.

    By the...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments, Thread 3

    Not until Crimea is returned to it`s de jure owner.
  14. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    Do you even grasp the basics of a tax haven ?

    Greece is bleeding money in actual tax havens, they are unable to properly tax their tax base.How is that a plus?
  15. Re: Discussion on Greek political, financial issues + Referendum

    Why on Earth would someone put their money in Greece ?
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    Poll: Re: The British EU Referendum: In or Out

    Resistance is futile.

    The tribe you belong is too weak alone, it needs to belong to a federation of tribes.
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    Poll: Re: The British EU Referendum: In or Out

    Totally agree.

    They have tried to rush economic integration because the bedrock of the EU was the idea that economic prosperity would bring political union.

    We should take it one step of a...
  18. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Good one.
    You are mistaking me with other nationalist Romanian, I`m the centrist one with Eurofederalism tendencies, all united under one European Federation doesn`t go well hand in hand with...
  19. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    They know they are Romanian citizens but with the exception of some Gypsies the rest identify themselves with their ethnicity rather than nationality.

    Your problem with what they chose to identify...
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    Poll: Re: The British EU Referendum: In or Out

    UK will be kicked out of a federal EU anyway.
    The Eurozone will form the core of the new federal EU and since UK is not part of the Eurozone they will become a economic dependency just like...
  21. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    So Romanians discriminates against other minorities because it doesn`t call them....Romanians ?

    I live in an are with a lot of minorities and they identify themselves by their ethnicity, we should...
  22. Re: Protests against Transantlantic trade treaty (TTIP) between EU-USA

    No it`s not.
    The European way has always been for the workers to have a bigger share of overall winnings, they vastly outnumber the stakeholders etc. anyways.
  23. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    No, they are not.
    They are Romanian by citizenship but in Romania we identify people by their ethnicity so for example ethnic Roma are Roma, ethnic Hungarians are Hungarians, ethnic Germans are...
  24. Re: Protests against Transantlantic trade treaty (TTIP) between EU-USA

    No, it would be a win if workers got more than the corporations.
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    EU doesn`t need to kick anything.

    The fact that EU is negotiating with USA as we speak as equals is enough proof of how useful is at representing European interests.Without the EU only Germany...
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    So f-ing awesome of you.

    Awww...let me give you a hug.

    What about Bishops from the Church of England ? :P


    European Council is made out of the Heads of State of all member states, what is...
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    The question is not who won the debate but who mentally :wub:s as the thought of EU`s demise and who doesn`t.

    UK is not in any position to lecture EU on democracy, first UK has the superior house...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments, Thread 3

    Former property in Eastern Europe....like what countries for example ?
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    Exactly !

    The holy grail of Keynesian economics is to gather money when the economy is doing very well and then spend it when in time of need.Very few countries piled up money, Germany, Japan and...
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    Do you even grasp the notion of Keynesian economics?
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    Europeans incompatible be be under a common roof ? I think European unity is an ideal that is worth fighting for.
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    EU will be stopped ?

    Let not mentally :wub: too much at EU supposed implosion.

    Do contemplate the possibility of EU becoming a federalisation.

    UKIP was just a fart in the wind, National...
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    I know.

    Mending fences with Merkel means at least shutting the :wub: up when it comes to EU federalisation.


    There is no middle ground left.

    EU is on a straight line to federalisation, UK...
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    Poll: Re: UK 2015 General Election - Conservative Victory

    It`s ironic indeed.

    I`m waiting to see how Cameroon tries to med fences with Merkel and try to keep UK in EU.

    If there really is a god out there he sure as well have a sense of humor when it...
  35. Re: Some unrelated recent military procurment storiess since I am getting bored of Ukraine

    Merkel pushing for a federal EU isn`t enough too tilt the balance in the favour of the federalisation happening rather then not?
    I did not claim it will happen 100%, I`m only saying that the...
  36. Re: Some unrelated recent military procurment storiess since I am getting bored of Ukraine

    With all that happened you still don`t think a federalisation of EU isn`t more likely to happen ?

    Let`s not indulge in brain farts too much.
  37. Re: Some unrelated recent military procurment storiess since I am getting bored of Ukraine

    The Russians are parading their prototypes, good.

    Is it in their best interest to spark a pissing contest with the west ?
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    Re: The Most Illogical Relgion

    That is the :wub:ing point, since there is no proof there is nothing to believe.
  39. Re: Discussion on Greek political and financial issues

    Greece sucked even harder when it had it`s own currency.

    The thing that helped Greece not fall into poo over it`s head it the fact that it`s linked to other countries via the Euro.

    I would like...
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    Re: The Most Illogical Relgion

    No we don`t.
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