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    Re: Political Cartoons

    No it's not. Remember what I said: your article does not back up your statement. In doing so you reveal your own bias. You read 'white, urban, higher education' and simply assumed that equates to...
  2. Re: Oregon Republicans flee and hide to delay vote, police sent to find them

    Acceptable? No, but that doesn't mean it's illegal. I wonder what justification there can be for sending the police after them. Is "failure to do one's democratic duty" a criminal offense for state...
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    Re: Political Cartoons

    Your inference, not the article's.



    Selective reading. The article concludes no such thing. Nor should it, considering there are plenty examples that show the opposite.

    Inasfar as the...
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    Re: Political Cartoons

    Your source does not back up your statement.
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    Re: The U.S. will never be a white country again

    I do not have the feeling it's being 'promoted' or that there are people 'behind it'. All of this suggests this is a strategy whereby we are actively diverted from ethnic and cultural stasis.

    The...
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    Re: The U.S. will never be a white country again

    Indeed. And for clarity's sake, not just between nations or whatever political entity, but also within them. Taking religious diversity as an example, can there be any doubt that attempts to unify...
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    Re: The U.S. will never be a white country again

    This 'liberal agenda' seems to be the only item on yours. Why don't you write a manifesto of your own, see if you can do better than the unhinged ramblings your side tends to come up with.
  8. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Well done. That is correct! Over to you :)
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    Re: Guess where?

    It's not artificial, but it is the result of a specific natural phenomenon. Guess what it is, and the answer should be easy to find. (I might add that I don't think there are any other clues in the...
  10. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Ouch, didn't watch till the end, did you?
  11. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    https://i.postimg.cc/htPpWq9r/pick.jpg
  12. Re: John Cleese: London doesn't feel like an English city anymore. Legitimate to prefer some cultures over others

    Change is inevitable, Basil. Not being afraid of it means daring to take charge of it and trying to hold on to the past is trying to hold on to something forged by people who didn't.
  13. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    alte nationalgalerie berlin?
  14. Re: John Cleese: London doesn't feel like an English city anymore. Legitimate to prefer some cultures over others

    What does it matter what Cleese thinks? He has no particular authority on the subject nor does he speak in a capacity where such authority might be expected or needed. Without that, it's just...
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    Re: Conservative leadership election.

    In Brexit land, the most likely thing to happen is the thing that makes things even messier than they were before. So, based on that alone I'd rule Stewart out. He's the only one of these candidates...
  16. Re: What were the reasons why the Romans decided not venture on conquering all the lands that today are in Germany?

    This seems to have been the case but to avoid misunderstandings, in Gaul and Britannia the Romans also built pretty much all their cities from scratch. They forcibly relocated tribes wholesale to...
  17. Re: Dutch liberal government caught covering up crime statistics when the perpetrators are asylum seekers, refugees or other migrants

    They would not be so careless as to openly lie, but they don't shy from being selective with the truth to the point of deception, as in this case. While the Telegraaf does not openly align itself...
  18. Re: Tucker Carlson: "almost every nation on Earth has fallen under the yoke of tyranny ó the metric system"

    We all remember this one, right?

    urcQAKKAAl0


    If ever there was an example of diversity being overrated/counterproductive, opposing universal standards and measures must be it. Globalization...
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    Poll: Re: Denmark Legislative Elections

    I think they're as likely to deliver as a right wing party. Migrants aren't going to stop coming to Europe. If one country closes its borders, just means they end up somewhere else. And if all EU...
  20. Re: John Cleese: London doesn't feel like an English city anymore. Legitimate to prefer some cultures over others

    Some nice examples of western cultural imperialism :P
  21. Re: Germany still Nazi? How the Bertelsmann family is turning the EU into a 4th Reich

    It's an interesting article. Just doesn't have much to do with what you make it out to be. Which of the two topics should we discuss?
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    Re: British Euro elections thread

    Interesting: this is where the 'prognosis' comes from.
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    Well Aexodus does have a point about a democratic deficit, if only purely because the matter of scale, which means that the larger the population, the less each vote counts. I used to be concerned...
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    You mean, people complaining about being subservient to Brussels do so by the same logic as the Scots that object to being subject to UK law :P
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    Re: British Euro elections thread

    Tnx for the link. It is curious to see how hard it apparently is for British to countenance the idea that neither labour nor conservative might win a GE. I think that very fact may currently be the...
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    Re: British Euro elections thread

    It seems to me though that this European election gives rise to the unique situation where almost everywhere in England at least, Libdem and Brexit Party are on poll position, and with both labour...
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    Re: British Euro elections thread

    Ok the BBC at least has maps by council area.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-48403131

    So yes it seems likely that in GE revolving around Brexit, the Brexit Party voters would see no...
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    That is indeed an oft raised concern, and there are certainly cases where this seems justified (although much of 'the people' seem to keep voting those delegates back in power, so perhaps they don't...
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    I think that is way more debatable than you seem to think. The fact that we choose delegates in representative democracy is not just a 'logistical inconvenience. My country's consitution explicitly...
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    Governments aren't always wrong to not do what the people want, just like parents aren't always wrong to deny their children what they ask for. The analogy is correct, because parents are supposed to...
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    Re: British Euro elections thread

    Out of curiosity, has any of you come across a calculation of what the UK parliament would have looked like if people voted the way they did in the EU elections?

    I am curious, because I heard one...
  32. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    That is correct. Sadly, I cannot rep you atm. As you're an admin, perhaps you can do something about that annoying state of affairs....
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/monitoring-references/dyk/anomalies-vs-temperature
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    Easy for him to say, though, is it not? The EU have no problem recognizing that Brexit is bad for Britain AND backing out of Brexit is bad for britain. I think by now the former is preferable from...
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    Actually, for the lower end of AB, you have to think of teachers and police officers. Also, as you can see in this graph, the age group signal is much stronger. So is the education level signal. Just...
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    Re: Brexit - Time to scrap it and start again?

    I suspect that unless only a Brexit by Brexiteers, will resolve things for leave voters. Under any other circumstance there will be a Farage blaming whatever on Brexit not having been 'done right',...
  37. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    https://i.postimg.cc/44Ln1x4g/picj.jpg
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    Re: Why hasnít Europe ever trusted Russia?

    Hmm, now I'm hearing too much sympathy for the West tbh. From the beginning the Soviet Union had good reasons not to trust the West. In the early 20th century already, the Western political and...
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    Re: Why hasnít Europe ever trusted Russia?

    I think it pretty much is down to 'Communism', because history since the revolution has shaped the Russian outlook to be one of a nation beleaguered from all sides that survived at the cost of...
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    Re: Guess where?

    That is, it's Shanghai :whistling
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