mal wrote:Portugese men like their chest and facial hair too much.
Edited by darkmorgado at 23:06:33 07-11-2013
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Moot_Point 5,534 posts
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MrTomFTW wrote:I am sure you're right, and I hope I am wrong.
It's an option for them. I'm sure many will prefer to not run from their homes however.
God forbid people try and flee persecution.
mal wrote:Not sure, but maybe because they weren't burned by the mob recently. Just saying.
Moot_Point wrote:Why didn't all gay British men prior to legalisation go and live in Portugal?
If the threat is that big, aren't all gay Africans going to flee to a place the are welcomed to escape this violence?
They should do a documentary on the plight of these persecuted people and call it 'Gayniggers from Africa'.
We aren't very popular
Opinium found that just 26% of British voters regard the EU as, overall, a "good thing" compared with 42% who say it is a "bad thing".
Just 9% of Germans and 15% of French people think the UK is a positive influence on the EU, with more Poles, 33%, taking that view.
Only 16% of Germans and 26% of French people back the idea of a special deal being struck for the UK.
Just 24% of French voters said a UK exit would have a negative effect, compared with 36% of Germans and 51% of Poles.
El_MUERkO 18,213 posts
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The German's know a Tory government, without EU courts stopping them, would butcher employment regulations, cut corporation taxes and bend over backwards in pursuit of growth* which would make it harder for Germany to compete while supporting the shity states.
*directorships, lobbying money, backhanders, jobs for the boys, wooot wooot
12 cases against the UK.
I really do think most people who talk about the EU and the ECHR genuinely don't have a fucking clue what they are talking about. Not that I do, as such, but I don't pontificate about how 'human rights are bad', which is the basic message these cocksuckers split out.
0.6% upheld. And as it says, it tends to readjust judgements in line with our own "norms" .
But there's no point in trying to point this out to diehard Euroskeptics. They have an agenda and facts don't get in the way of it.
Clegg and Farage to have live TV debate on the EU
April 2nd BBC.
I hope Clegg rips the fucker in half.
Hopefully this will be the start of a proper debate about the EU. Not UKIP fuelled bullshit.
nickthegun 70,776 posts
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He wont. Farrage is personality politics personified.
He does the equivalent of the family guy episode where Lois is running for mayor and does nothing but shout 9/11 during the live debate.
Well, the idea from the Lib dems is that seeing Clegg talk about something he passionately believes in well make him seem a much better leader to the public, despite the fact that most are Euro-sceptic.
It also highlights are major difference between the Lib dems and Conservatives.
mal 27,919 posts
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Yep. I wonder why a .eu site gives article dates in American format though. I thought all of europe agreed that day, month, year or ISO format was better.
Oh-Bollox 6,513 posts
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Politico's Yank I think. Even .eu stuff gets Yank filtered.
Concerning the EU military force, I'm afraid they won't choose English as official language but opt for some multi-lingual mess again for childish ideological reasons. That would be fatal.
Skirlasvoud 2,322 posts
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Forcing people to learn a completely new language will surely help with easy communications.
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