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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevendooro View Post
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    English my dude.
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    You're the kind of person that can't make the difference between "facts" and "far-righty rambling" but somehow you think you can legit talk like this. You're the Ben Shapiro of this forum
    Beautiful. Just beautiful.

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    Statistically, I think that it's a viagra bot.
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    I don't think there's any Uzbeki people named Steven.

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    Given that translators say it's something about "choosing a boiler for your heater", I'm calling that a bot.

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    Welp atleast it's sort of gay in the UK, a little on the fence. Pretty gay in the Netherlands and seemingly not very gay at all in Portugal. Probably not gay in the slightest in Russia. What a pointless yet curious distinction in the Euro that makes up the Eurovision. But our national competition is probably the gayest by far, and that goes on for like 6 weeks leading up to the grand finale on who gets sent to Eurovision. We might be taking it a bit overboard in general what with the professional jury system and pre-pre-pre tryouts on a national stage and what not though.

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    Ireland's abortion ban was repealed by an overwhelming margin.
    Complicating things since 2009.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubiq View Post
    Ireland's abortion ban was repealed by an overwhelming margin.
    Twas a time when the Ulster Protestants saw themselves as the enlightened civilized vanguard on the island, the ones carrying the backward superstitious barbarian Catholics as a burden into the 20th century.

    Flash forward 100 years and my my my.

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    lol Italy ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    That moment when your political career only lasts 4 days.


    The Democratic Party should have accepted the alliance. The 5stars aren't far-righties after all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilitch View Post
    That moment when your political career only lasts 4 days.


    The Democratic Party should have accepted the alliance. The 5stars aren't far-righties after all
    The Democratic Party should have a pretty stable government. Had Renzi not been an absolute moron more than once, throwing his country into chaos and then completely failing to come back and now dragging his party away from power and increasing the chaos because he doesn't want to associate with a "eurosceptic party". Seriously, f that guy and the current Democratic upper branch which decided this.
    The beginning of wisdom is the statement 'I do not know.' The person who cannot make that statement is one who will never learn anything. And I have prided myself on my ability to learn. (Socrates (Σωκράτης) method to enlighten people, ca. 500 BC)

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    On one hand Salvini is an asshole for refusing a ship full of migrants on his way to Italy. But on the other hand, they're right that Italy shouldn't carry this burden on their own.

    After all, it's mostly dipshit Sarkozy who's responsable for the military intervention in Libya. France should welcome most of the migrants from north-africa (even though, it seems like the people on that ship were eastern-africans, it doesn't change that we're in this situation because of Sarkozy.) But douchey liberal Macron doesn't want to welcome any ship on the French harbors...
    Thankfully Mariano Rajoy got kicked out a few weeks ago, leaving the government at the hands of the social-democrats. Otherwise, 600people would be starving at sea right now

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    After all, it's mostly dipshit Sarkozy who's responsable for the military intervention in Libya. ...
    Don't say that, some people do believe that Sarkozy did it really to install democracy in Lybia.

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    Don't say that, some people do believe that Sarkozy did it really to install democracy in Lybia.
    I'm still a bit amazed that this guy isn't the most un-popular president of the 5th Republic. People are way too much influenced by charisma

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    There are plenty of presidents and world leaders in the past who have gotten by with their charisma and their "good-ole-boy" image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilitch View Post
    I'm still a bit amazed that this guy isn't the most un-popular president of the 5th Republic. People are way too much influenced by charisma
    I think it is partly Bruni who gave him his aura.

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    It looks like the western medias are kind of optimistic about the elections in Turkey. They're implying that the Turkish economy is doing bad and it has repercussions on Erdogan's popularity.
    Inflation is running at 12%. The turkish currency has dropped from about 40% since the coup. It looks like Erdogan is loosing the "trust" of foreign investors.

    On the other hand, Turkish opposition newspapers doubt that Erdogan will just go away even if he happens to loose the election. And so do I tbh, he wouldn't just fuck off after changing the constitution. But some say that thinking that an authoritarian leader is impossible to dethrone is part of what the tyran wants us to believe, which happens to make him un-dethronable. Because after all, Erdogan doesn't have all the powers yet. So, I shouldn't think like that and should put some hopes in the opposition.
    Also, the last polls I checked were still showing Erdogan as the favorite.

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    It's gonna take a little while but the French government will change the first article of the Constitution in order to add the words "environment, climat and biodiversity". It should be done by mid-2019 at most

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    Speaking of French Presidents, Macron's approval rating seems to go the way Hollande's did before him:

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-f...-idUSKBN1JK0GO


    Carrot's still never gonna join the crew.

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