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    Poll: Re: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    Personally, I find the polarisation regarding the "private universities" question rather weird. I think most of their proponents (and perhaps even some of their opponents) have really misunderstood...
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    Poll: Re: Denmark Legislative Elections

    :laughter: Who would have guessed, a professional populist making false promises, by pandering to the fears of a gullible audience, without obviously having any intention to sincerely follow her...
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    Re: 2019 Iran - USA War... Almost

    Trump the Merciful probably chickened out, because the Iranian government understood the bluff of his intentionally provocative tacts, so was afraid of his domestic popularity being decreased,...
  4. Re: How are you enjoying the slow death of TWC?

    Seems like the thread has run its course.
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    How exactly is morally reprehensible to fight against hate crimes, Basil? Looks like a pretty decent initiative to me. Anyway, I understand your concern over business magnates meddling in politics,...
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    Poll: Re: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    Varoufakis may look cute in front of the camera and have some expertise in economics, but his term in the Ministry of Finances showed that he's hoplessly clueless about concepts like politics,...
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    Poll: Re: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    @alhoon, I think you are very harsh on your criticism about almost every party, with the exception of the Golden Dawn's Neo-Nazis. Describing the majority of parties as utterly lunatic seems a bit...
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    Poll: 2019 Greek Legislative Elections

    Following the disappointing results during the recent European elections, SYRIZA, the ruling party called for slightly premature legislative elections, which will take place on July 7. The polls and...
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    Re: Guess where?

    Selimiye is the correct answer! The horse cart and the mosque in the background give a very oriental feeiling!
  10. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Don't you know, calling a spade a spade is now a taboo, according to reactionary political correctness. This is why the the term "alt-right" was invented as a convenient euphemism, before being also...
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    Re: POTF 12 - Nominations

    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: Guess where?

    Thanks Flinn! Personally, I wasn't aware of the Cathedral of Fulda, but it was one of the first results, when goolging "18th century German church". In the next picture, you can see a famous European...
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    Re: Guess where?

    It must be the Cathedral of Fulda.
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    Quite an unglorious death for Egypt's first elected leader.
  15. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    Source that South Africa is a model for liberals? Or are you referring to the fact that the majority of non-racists appreciated the collapse of the Apartheid regime? Do you believe that South Africa...
  16. Re: US to impose 25% tariff by October on all Mexican goods due to perceived migrant threat

    Please keep in mind that the topic of the thread concerns the ultimately cancelled tariffs on Mexican goods. The discussion about colonialism and the misfortunes of Liberia has been moved to Vestigia...
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    Poll: Re: Denmark Legislative Elections

    Is this irony, Basil? Do you believe that there was and is only one culture and ethnicity in Europe? Ain't gonna lie, this sounds like radical revisionism coming straight from the propaganda...
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    Poll: Re: Denmark Legislative Elections

    Pretty sure I never called the situation of immigrants in the Gulf monarchies as an exampe to imitate, Basil. By the way, there is a contradiction in your comment: If the immigrants in Europe do not...
  19. Re: Ever since Rome 2, Total War suffers from a very weird paradox...

    Not sure about the role the army cap plays, but the financial system is certainly a significant factor. The profits are accumulated when the income of taxation, which mainly depends on the size of...
  20. Brazil: Leaked Documents about Car Wash

    The Intercept has published a large number of leaked documents and conversations, which prove a massive conspiracy between Bolsonaro, the incumbent president of Brazil, and superior justice...
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    Re: Why hasn’t Europe ever trusted Russia?

    I don't want to sound cynical, but goodwill and unselfishness are not going to be found in foreign policy. Western Europe largely belongs to the same international alliances (European Union and...
  22. Re: Could the Gauls have won the Gallic Wars? And how?

    Disunity was certainly the major factor. The fact that the Gallic nobility did not share any common interests meant that Caesar or any other shrewd conqueror was allowed to exploit these discords, in...
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    Re: Why hasn’t Europe ever trusted Russia?

    The problem is that you can't really scrutinise the information of an article, whose language you can't understand. I am also very skeptical about the impartiality of sources originating from a...
  24. Darren's Review about Three Kingdoms

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    A great review as usual, by Darren. I liked his comments about the recruiment system and I wholeheartedly agree that the streamlined provincial administration is the biggest fault in...
  25. Re: Lesbians Punched Bloody in Act of Cultural Exchange

    Thread closed. Please don't spam the Mudpit for trolling purposes.
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Exactly, he's Jaafari, the permanent representative of the Syrian Arab Republic in the United Nations. Every time a controversy arises in Syria, Jaafari makes his appearance. +rep and off you go!
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    Poll: Re: Denmark Legislative Elections

    Thankfully, neither of this stuff happens in Europe. It's really absurd to watch one of the wealthiest and least authoritarian societies on Earth complaining of forced assimilation and of being...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Loved the Monty Python reference!:D

    Next one is one of the most capable and controversial diplomats of our age:
    https://i.imgur.com/SNNP6N2.jpg
  29. Re: Veterans of TW, are you buying this game?

    I think the crux of the matter is that we got Rome II 0.4 instead, full of triremes cruising in the middle of deserts and Scythian horsemen dying from starvation somewhere in the Adriatic Sea. This...
  30. Re: Where the :wub: are the artillery reload animations.

    Together with the naval battles, enjoying a lovely June day in a picturesque retirement home. Seriously though, Three Kingdoms is based on Warhammer, which is severely lacking in animations, under...
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    Re: POTF 11 - Nominations

    https://www.lawfareblog.com/notes-mueller-report-reading-diary#Introduction%20to%20Volume%20I[/QUOTE]
  32. Re: The Selmayr Appointment and Associated Scandals: How the Bertelsmann family is turning the EU into a 4th Reich

    What's this weird obsession with poor little Germany? Nowhere in the article is Germany blamed for sneakily trying to usurp European institutions. On the contrary, it consists of a somewhat confused...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Tomás de Torquemada, the first Grand Inquisitor of Spain.
  34. Re: Ukraine presidential and parliamentary elections

    Interesting to note that Poroshenko only won in the Lviv Oblast and some surrounding areas. Lviv is probably the most Antisemitic region of Europe (perhaps, even globally), as well as having also a...
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    Re: GPOTW 123 - Submissions

    https://i.imgur.com/dOBA8UX.jpg
  36. Re: Brigs Three Kingdoms "steam Valve" (Humour Thread)

    Next mode for Three Kingdoms announced, get prepared for Cao Charles, John Zhuo and Woozie:
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D8FzTXuWwAAXsag.jpg
  37. Re: School erases ''Mother's Day'' in favour of non-binary ''Acknowledgement Day''

    The discussion has moved from the celebration of Mother's Day in an Australian School to the causes and pretexts of the American Civil War. The thread has obviously run its course, so it's now...
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    Poll: Denmark Legislative Elections

    The next legislative elections for Denmark are going to take place next Wednesday, on the 5th of June. According to the polls, the "Red Bloc", a coalition of center-left and social-democratic...
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    Re: What if D day had failed

    I doubt it could have failed, given the massive superiority of the Allies in material and human resources. Anyway, supposing it did, waiting for the Germans and Soviets to bleed each other out was...
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    Re: Who am I? M2TW edition

    Alright, I don't think there is much point waiting for more participants. The correct answer is...


    the Kingdom of France!

    https://i.imgur.com/SZPlIw5.jpg

    I mostly focused on improving my...
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