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    Quote Originally Posted by Basil II the B.S View Post
    He took the infamous black pill.
    I will remember this the next time a "liberal" says that it is simple opposition to Islam, not racism.

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    Islam is Apartheid.
    So there is not great a distance from Western Fascism to Islam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mishkin View Post
    I will remember this the next time a "liberal" says that it is simple opposition to Islam, not racism.
    In his case, it is simply opposition to degeneracy. Something that Islam does better because conservatives in the West aren't able to do it any longer. Islam simply kills.

    The gross mistake you guys is do is to pretend that there's a unified ideology in opposing your ideas. There isn't. The only thing that unites people is the agreement that the progressive society sucks. They disagree however on what should be the alternative.

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    Good example for this is BDS.
    Anti-Semitism meets anti-capitalism meets anti-democracy meets fascism meets communism ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HannibalExMachina View Post
    we may not have a government yet, but we are making progress on a different front

    https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/01/24/e...mpression=true

    http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/i...-15426779.html

    i hope he doesnt end up like this

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.87de760ef56e

    Also:

    "Islam does not belong to Germany,"
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    "The party supports freedom of religion,"

    Ohhh... So you're free to choose your religion as long as you do it outside of Germany. Got it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gäiten View Post
    Merkel, Schulz and their many Minions are going to transmorph Germany into Europamany (in Deutsch "Europatschland").
    We will get a Transfer and bank Union, German People will have to sacrifice their savings, so account for the finances of other european countries who do not get their finances back into proper shape.
    Yes, maintaining your Empire and chokehold on European politics from Spain to Poland and from Ireland to Malta comes with a minor financial cost. On the other hand, you dictate terms, you sing the tune and the rest of Europe (EU+England) dances. We may make faces, or as a rebellion throw a tantrum, but we generally bow down.
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    Because Islam is not just a Religion, but a political anti-democratic ideology and movement they are correct.
    Islam as only a spiritual religion for privacy is welcome.

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    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/0...141113730.html (I realize some people may raise an eyebrow at the source, but that's what I found and despite what some people think, I believe AJ is very trustworthy, especially when it comes to things like coalitions in far-away countries).


    In short: Grand Coalition deal. "Well managed finances as signature" (which means hardline with Southerns) and Schulz gets foreign ministry. Which keeps him away from putting enough pressure to lighten the Greek load but SPD would get finance (or at least voices in Finance) and other places and Germany will give more money to the EU.
    Things could have been better for Greece in the elections that actually determine Greek fiscal policies and economic future - the German elections. (that Greeks can't vote). But it could have been worse. And on top of a status-quo-ish deal, EU again has Germany voicing their opinions instead of looking at internal tensions. This could be considered good or bad depending on one's view on the EU.

    But Germany is not completely out of the woods yet; the SPD vote of the base needs to approve the coalition and its expected to not be an easy sailing.

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    So, with Schulz out of the leadership are the talks for coalition reset? How probable is the Grand Coalition to go on now that Schulz was ousted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alhoon View Post
    So, with Schulz out of the leadership are the talks for coalition reset? How probable is the Grand Coalition to go on now that Schulz was ousted?
    We will just have to see how the spd votes. I understand they are still rather split within the party

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