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Title: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on August 29, 2016, 03:00:34 PM
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/poland-backs-franco-german-european-security-council-plan/2016/08/28/03455ae8-6d5b-11e6-993f-73c693a89820_story.html

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The idea was floated by German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and French counterpart Jean-Marc Ayrault in June to address internal and external security and defense issues facing the European Union.

Polish Foreign Minister Witold Wszczykowski backed the idea in a joint statement issued Sunday at a meeting with Steinmeier and Ayrault in the German town of Weimar.

The ministers met on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the so-called Weimar Triangle grouping comprising the three countries.

They also called for a more flexible European Union that reflects the different ambitions for greater integration within the 28-nation bloc.

>still calling the EU a 28-nation bloc

:tom:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: nerdball on August 29, 2016, 07:44:53 PM
We already have an Islam thread though.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blakks are not very cool on August 29, 2016, 08:23:48 PM
We already have an Islam thread though.

 :stewart:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bill Wilkins on August 29, 2016, 08:37:59 PM
We already have an Islam thread though.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on August 29, 2016, 09:24:00 PM
We already have an Islam thread though.

:roddy:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: taint fungus tartar sauce on August 29, 2016, 09:32:38 PM
We already have an Islam thread though.

its ogre
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on August 29, 2016, 09:53:44 PM
We already have an Islam thread though.

We need an airhorn emoji for posts like this

(https://lh6.ggpht.com/LfyJ7cEBuyBJWElDNSASFOOnP1MXTrJBBdjsDQesuCZZ137D0Zl-Vv1Fk8fkmqbbEYI=w170)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on August 29, 2016, 09:57:44 PM
Jean-Claude Juncker looks like he rapes babies and feasts on their blood every night. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: walrus rape strategy on August 29, 2016, 11:29:05 PM
Jean-Claude Juncker looks like he rapes babies and feasts on their blood every night.

So he's Jewish?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Triggered by Pepe on August 30, 2016, 07:39:33 AM
We already have an Islam thread though.

Top 10 funniest/most depressing post nominee
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on August 30, 2016, 12:51:59 PM
We already have an Islam thread though.

Fuck
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [SWOLE]Grode Jar on August 31, 2016, 08:24:50 AM
We already have an Islam thread though.

:mott:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on August 31, 2016, 04:34:39 PM
Probably because it'd turn into a discussion about the nth fuck-up they're committing this week, let alone the next.

The migrant crisis is probably the best example, they managed to make Obama look like the sensible one in regards to immigration, just think about how fucked up that is.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 01, 2016, 06:02:55 AM
Some actual content for you dirty AmeriKKKans.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-swiss-eu-guns-idUSKCN1161KT

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Swiss tell EU: Hands off veterans' assault rifles

Friction between Switzerland and the European Union over the bloc's plans to tighten gun control following a rise in militant attacks could turn into another serious snag in ties already tested by Swiss efforts to curb immigration.

The proposed directive, which applies to non-EU member Switzerland only because it is part of Europe's Schengen open border system, has raised hackles among the Swiss, who resent intervention from Brussels.

Christoph Blocher, a leading voice of the Swiss right and a eurosceptic, says Switzerland should consider abandoning Europe's Schengen system of passport-free travel if the Swiss people rejected the proposed measures in a referendum.

Drafted after militants killed scores in attacks in Paris last year, the EU plans on gun control aimed to curb online weapons sales and impose more restrictions on assault weapons.

But the initial proposal provoked an outcry in Switzerland because it meant a ban on the long Swiss tradition of ex-soldiers keeping their assault rifles.

As Europe becomes less safe, European Union wants to impose more restrictions on gun ownership. This doesn't seem to be going down particularly well in some countries.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Triggered by Pepe on September 01, 2016, 12:59:07 PM
EU alienating another country, nothing to see here.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 02, 2016, 06:15:56 AM
Some news from Germanistan:

http://www.dw.com/en/berlin-plans-concession-on-bundestags-armenia-genocide-resolution-report-says/a-195e wi21960

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Germany's government has plans to distance itself from a resolution recognizing the historic Ottoman slaughter of Armenians as genocide, a magazine report says. Berlin reportedly hopes the move might appease Ankara.

"Would you like some lube with that anal pounding? - No thanks, we're good!"

http://www.politico.eu/article/tipping-point-for-the-german-far-right-alternative-for-germany-angela-merkel/

It's pretty 888 but interesting nonetheless. TLDR is that AfD is set to possibly set to take the first place in regional elections in Merkel's backyard.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: URANIUM CURES HIPPIES on September 02, 2016, 07:13:37 AM
I bet if Turkey demanded Germany to deny the holocaust, they'd actually go ahead and do it.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Male Gaze on September 02, 2016, 07:27:58 AM
I bet if Turkey demanded Germany to deny the holocaust, they'd actually go ahead and do it.
Merkel's head would explode like a computer on the original Star Trek.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bill Wilkins on September 02, 2016, 02:25:13 PM
Some news from Germanistan:

http://www.dw.com/en/berlin-plans-concession-on-bundestags-armenia-genocide-resolution-report-says/a-195e wi21960

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Germany's government has plans to distance itself from a resolution recognizing the historic Ottoman slaughter of Armenians as genocide, a magazine report says. Berlin reportedly hopes the move might appease Ankara.

Cenk Uygur must be ecstatic about this!

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Gender Studies Barista on September 04, 2016, 12:23:05 AM
I bet if Turkey demanded Germany to deny the holocaust, they'd actually go ahead and do it.

The best part about this is that Edrogan is going to milk Europe until its dry and then send every fucking refugee they have at Europe because they are such big pussies they won't do anything.

"Bu...but you promised!"

"And? Write a resolution about it you cunts."
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: European Cuckdom on September 04, 2016, 12:42:56 AM
Turks toying around with Byzantium, milking it dry of every last ounce of gold before launching the final assault on the capital, nothing new.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 04, 2016, 05:31:32 AM
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/706961/Switzerland-EU-Schengen-zone-immigration-leave

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HUGE EU BLOW: Switzerlands biggest political party unveils plans to leave Schengen

SWITZERLANDS biggest political party has announced plans to try and curb the flow of people into the country by quitting the Schengen Zone.

Wow EU is really going to shit really fast.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on September 04, 2016, 06:01:41 AM
Switzerland isn't part of the EU...
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on September 04, 2016, 06:06:07 AM
The Schengen area is probably more important than the EU itself for trade and travel though.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on September 04, 2016, 06:07:48 AM
Some news from Germanistan:

http://www.dw.com/en/berlin-plans-concession-on-bundestags-armenia-genocide-resolution-report-says/a-195e wi21960

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Germany's government has plans to distance itself from a resolution recognizing the historic Ottoman slaughter of Armenians as genocide, a magazine report says. Berlin reportedly hopes the move might appease Ankara.

"Would you like some lube with that anal pounding? - No thanks, we're good!"

http://www.politico.eu/article/tipping-point-for-the-german-far-right-alternative-for-germany-angela-merkel/

It's pretty 888 but interesting nonetheless. TLDR is that AfD is set to possibly set to take the first place in regional elections in Merkel's backyard.

The AfD is in a position where they could become the strongest power but that'll just mean the state gets a Black-Red-Red coalition. When it comes to protecting their feeding grounds, the established parties don't joke around. Even if they're on different sides of the I love cock more than political spectrum does, they'll work hand-in-hand to keep newcomers down.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: URANIUM CURES HIPPIES on September 05, 2016, 01:51:45 AM
Some news from Germanistan:

http://www.dw.com/en/berlin-plans-concession-on-bundestags-armenia-genocide-resolution-report-says/a-195e wi21960

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Germany's government has plans to distance itself from a resolution recognizing the historic Ottoman slaughter of Armenians as genocide, a magazine report says. Berlin reportedly hopes the move might appease Ankara.

"Would you like some lube with that anal pounding? - No thanks, we're good!"

http://www.politico.eu/article/tipping-point-for-the-german-far-right-alternative-for-germany-angela-merkel/

It's pretty 888 but interesting nonetheless. TLDR is that AfD is set to possibly set to take the first place in regional elections in Merkel's backyard.

The AfD is in a position where they could become the strongest power but that'll just mean the state gets a Black-Red-Red coalition. When it comes to protecting their feeding grounds, the established parties don't joke around. Even if they're on different sides of the I love cock more than political spectrum does, they'll work hand-in-hand to keep newcomers down.

Which will just convince people that fundamentally, they are one and the same party. That will hurt their prospects now but only by pooling vast resources towards delaying the inevitable.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 05, 2016, 04:11:32 AM
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37271971

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Angela Merkel's ruling CDU party has been beaten into third place by an anti-immigrant and anti-Islam party in elections in a north-eastern German state.

The Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD) party took just under 21% of the vote behind the centre-left SPD's 30%.

The German chancellor's CDU was backed by only 19% of voters, its worst ever result in the state.

The vote was seen as a key test before German parliamentary elections in 2017.

Reminder to everyone that this happened in Merkel's home constituency.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bill Wilkins on September 05, 2016, 07:20:06 AM
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37271971

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Angela Merkel's ruling CDU party has been beaten into third place by an anti-immigrant and anti-Islam party in elections in a north-eastern German state.

The Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD) party took just under 21% of the vote behind the centre-left SPD's 30%.

The German chancellor's CDU was backed by only 19% of voters, its worst ever result in the state.

The vote was seen as a key test before German parliamentary elections in 2017.

Reminder to everyone that this happened in Merkel's home constituency.

:deusvult:

Dare I say the Reich is waking up?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 05, 2016, 08:28:49 AM
SPD, CDU, and Die Linke can get over 50% and lock AFD out entirely.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 05, 2016, 08:32:22 AM
SPD, CDU, and Die Linke can get over 50% and lock AFD out entirely.

Yep. Any other scenario is very unlikely, but who knows how bad things can get before the next general election.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on September 05, 2016, 10:29:16 PM
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37271971

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Angela Merkel's ruling CDU party has been beaten into third place by an anti-immigrant and anti-Islam party in elections in a north-eastern German state.

The Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD) party took just under 21% of the vote behind the centre-left SPD's 30%.

The German chancellor's CDU was backed by only 19% of voters, its worst ever result in the state.

The vote was seen as a key test before German parliamentary elections in 2017.

Reminder to everyone that this happened in Merkel's home constituency.

:deusvult:

Dare I say the Reich is waking up?

Dear god please
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Male Gaze on September 05, 2016, 10:52:15 PM
SPD, CDU, and Die Linke can get over 50% and lock AFD out entirely.
I'd tend to assume this would cause tremendous rage and an even bigger blowback later on, but its' probably a mistake for me to think of Germans in the same way I would Americans, Canadians, or even Brits.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 05, 2016, 11:31:02 PM
If the German government had any foresight they wouldn't have imported over a million rapefugees but there you go.  These people will do whatever it takes to stay in power, even if Merkel herself steps down as chancellor.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 11, 2016, 05:39:26 PM
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-09-11/unbelievable-disgrace-country-austria-stunned-after-symbolic-election-delayed

So it looks like the Austrian presidential elections might be pushed into the future... because the glue is not sticking to the postal votes. This is not a joke apparently.

The establishment's concerns about the far right candidate Hofner's rise in the polls prior to the elections is merely a coincidence and warrants no further discussion.

 :geithner:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 11, 2016, 05:47:22 PM
Right now Hofer is leading in the polls.  My guess is that the election will keep getting delayed until he no longer is leading, whenever that might be.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bill Wilkins on September 11, 2016, 05:49:33 PM
Right now Hofer is leading in the polls.  My guess is that the election will keep getting delayed until he no longer is leading, whenever that might be.

Every government in Europe that does this deserves to be violently overthrown ASAP. Fuck, just ask Putin for the funds to do it like the National Front did.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on September 11, 2016, 07:22:14 PM
It would be really ironic if in the future the far right successfully overthrows a neo-liberal European government in order to get the honest results of an election validated and to uphold the values of democracy from people who obstinately claim they're trying to protect it from fascists. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Gender Studies Barista on September 11, 2016, 11:02:23 PM
It would be really ironic if in the future the far right successfully overthrows a neo-liberal European government in order to get the honest results of an election validated and to uphold the values of democracy from people who obstinately claim they're trying to protect it from fascists.

I mean, its obvious that these leaders don't give a fuck about their people and instead are intent on some multi-culture utopia that doesn't fucking exist nor ever will. They're more afraid of 'facists' while their people are getting raped, their quality of life plummeting, their cities and culture getting ruined, more tolerance to immigrant crime, constant terror attacks like you were living in a war zone, decreasing benefits while you are supporting the people that hate you...

They're setting up the perfect climate for people to choose fascism. Don't they get that? Yeah, white guilt is nice and all when you're drinking wine and living comfortably, but not when Ahmed comes up and blows you up in a cafe or grooms your daughter for prostitution. There's always a breaking point.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 11, 2016, 11:26:17 PM
I think all it takes is the right/wrong event for European goys to turn fashy.  We just haven't hit it yet nor do I know what it would take.

You could assume it would be a Trump victory but I'm guessing that just kicks in the Eurosmugness that we saw with Bush.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on September 12, 2016, 05:42:36 AM
I think all it takes is the right/wrong event for European goys to turn fashy.  We just haven't hit it yet nor do I know what it would take.

You could assume it would be a Trump victory but I'm guessing that just kicks in the Eurosmugness that we saw with Bush.

Yeah Trump victory won't do it. It's already loading people up with dumb smugness. "Oh americans are all so stupid and uncivilized, they're even going to vote for Trump!". I don't hear it daily, but damn near.

Local press takes their talking points from Reuters and CNN etc, so that's the image people have of him. Only the ones who are already shitlords/altright actually watch his speeches or his statements.

Election day will be funny as hell if Trump wins, there will be so many people crying that it's the apocalypse.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 13, 2016, 06:04:52 AM
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/709762/angela-merkel-worst-chancellor-since-hitler-Oliver-Welke-Heute-Show

 :stewart:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 13, 2016, 08:05:44 PM
In order to be more accommodating to their new friends, the EU has ditched their previous anthem, Ode to Joy, for this new song, which celebrates our new multicultural Europe:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQoJvI8XUa0
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 14, 2016, 05:36:45 AM
Sounds about right.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on September 14, 2016, 10:58:33 AM
In order to be more accommodating to their new friends, the EU has ditched their previous anthem, Ode to Joy, for this new song, which celebrates our new multicultural Europe:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQoJvI8XUa0

The saddest thing about this post is that I had to think twice about whether or not it was a joke. :pepe:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Triggered by Pepe on September 14, 2016, 12:48:26 PM
Yeah I read that this morning and said "yeah, probably".
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on September 14, 2016, 05:14:59 PM
What is the best way of showing you understand what young people in Europe are going through? The unemployment, the despair at reduced prospects of finding a proper job, everything really?

Is it to deregulate and do away with political union? Is it to curb Germany's influence on the EU of 500 million? Is it to do something, anything beyond mindless summits and platitudes?

Nope! It's to pay 3 youtube "stars" to sit down with an old musty guy and ask questions: http://www.euronews.com/2016/09/14/ask-juncker-live-interview-with-youtube-stars

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 14, 2016, 11:05:24 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEndx2LG5aM

RIP Paris
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bill Wilkins on September 15, 2016, 08:40:05 AM
Merkel ruining some of those most historical cities in the world? You don't say! I hope that cunt rots in hell.

For real though, that looks worse than Harlem & Oakland, CA.  :stonk:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 15, 2016, 09:01:15 AM
There's always been a lot of dindus in Paris but streets looking like Mogadishu is a very recent development. Thanks, Frau Merkel.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: nerdball on September 16, 2016, 07:36:27 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/vnOZcjA.jpg)

I think this is a pretty good summation of the current situation.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 16, 2016, 08:04:46 PM
That's because Europe has NATO (read: America) so they can fritter away their defense departments on gender equality and pozprog initiatives.

When Trump forces these countries to start paying their fair share, these womyn will get replaced by men who can actually get shit done.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on September 16, 2016, 09:02:39 PM
That's because Europe has NATO (read: America) so they can fritter away their defense departments on gender equality and pozprog initiatives.

When Trump forces these countries to start paying their fair share, these womyn will get replaced by men who can actually get shit done.

Given that they seem to want to go ahead with a european army, America may quickly tell the europeans to fuck off and put in their share of the money into this european army.

They can't afford 2% of GDP spending to help NATO now, so how exactly they're going to suddenly pony up even more than that now that the only halfway (by european standards) militarized country has decided to leave is a mystery to me.

You'd think they would have realized by now that it's not the EU that has kept peace in Europe, it's NATO and always has been, if Russia really wanted to invade and America was unwilling to help, it'd be less than a year before the entire continent was conquered.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bill Wilkins on September 16, 2016, 09:05:38 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/vnOZcjA.jpg)

I think this is a pretty good summation of the current situation.

Good God. Pictures really do put perspective on things.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 16, 2016, 09:07:03 PM
That's because Europe has NATO (read: America) so they can fritter away their defense departments on gender equality and pozprog initiatives.

When Trump forces these countries to start paying their fair share, these womyn will get replaced by men who can actually get shit done.

Given that they seem to want to go ahead with a european army, America may quickly tell the europeans to fuck off and put in their share of the money into this european army.

They can't afford 2% of GDP spending to help NATO now, so how exactly they're going to suddenly pony up even more than that now that the only halfway (by european standards) militarized country has decided to leave is a mystery to me.

You'd think they would have realized by now that it's not the EU that has kept peace in Europe, it's NATO and always has been, if Russia really wanted to invade and America was unwilling to help, it'd be less than a year before the entire continent was conquered.

They can afford the defense spending now, they just choose to spend it on importing rapists and the illiterate instead.

The EU army will be interesting though.  Some of these governments will openly weep that 2% of their GDP now has to go to protecting the country instead of hastening its decline.  This will be another thing that will cause the EU to fail, albeit from the left.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ghostse on September 16, 2016, 11:42:22 PM
Germany has a decent (by euro standards) army, and France has decent sized army, as well as force-projection capabilities. The have only non-american 'modern' aircraft carrier i.e. capable of launching and retrieving actual warplanes and not ones modified for STOL. They've also got boomers (I think they've got the only boomers left in the EU not that the UK is out). And Hungary's army is pretty good at fence building, as we've seen.

The main things that makes me LOL about a EU army is
1) How ridiculously small and/or under supplied it will be, while everyone complains about how its taking money away from muslims setting up rape dens for school girls.
2) The monumental bureaucracy that would go into actually deploying it.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on September 17, 2016, 03:13:11 AM
The EU already has a standing army and has done so since 2007. The latest proposal is about further integration and establishing a permanent HQ instead of the temp pieces of shit they rotate around.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on September 17, 2016, 04:50:52 AM
(http://i.imgur.com/vnOZcjA.jpg) 

Yes it's shameful.

Albanian minister of defence is pretty milfy though.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on September 17, 2016, 05:12:01 AM
The EU already has a standing army and has done so since 2007. The latest proposal is about further integration and establishing a permanent HQ instead of the temp pieces of shit they rotate around.

So they're even more retarded than i thought, why have an active army that's completely useless if you absolutely need America to be there for you when shit hits the fan?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: LawnGnome on September 17, 2016, 05:53:56 AM
The EU already has a standing army and has done so since 2007. The latest proposal is about further integration and establishing a permanent HQ instead of the temp pieces of shit they rotate around.

So they're even more retarded than i thought, why have an active army that's completely useless if you absolutely need America to be there for you when shit hits the fan?

Well, you ironically figured out the (original) purpose of NATO.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Male Gaze on September 17, 2016, 05:00:23 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/vnOZcjA.jpg)

I think this is a pretty good summation of the current situation.
I would no less than two and no more than three of those EU defense ministers though
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on September 17, 2016, 09:51:25 PM
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/eu-promises-free-wifi-internet-for-all-its-members-by-2020-a3346061.html

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The EU has promised free wifi for all its member states by 2020.


President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, outlined his vision to roll out 5G across the EU and give every village and city free internet.


He made the announcement in his annual State of the Union speech to the European Parliament.

Mr Juncker said: We need to work for a Europe that empowers our citizens and our economy. And today, both have gone digital.


Digital technologies and digital communications are permeating every aspect of life.

All they require is access to high-speed internet. We need to be connected. Our economy needs it. People need it.

He said: That is why today the Commission is proposing to fully deploy 5G, the fifth generation of mobile communication systems, across the European Union by 2025.

This has the potential to create a further two million jobs in the EU.

We propose today to equip every European village and every city with free wireless internet access around the main centres of public life by 2020.

As the world goes digital, we also have to empower our artists and creators and protect their works.

In a bloc which is facing terrorist attacks on a monthly basis, a bloc that has 30-40% youth unemployment in most of southern europe, a bloc that has a self inflicted migrant crisis...

No, there's no point in replying to things of this nature, they're clearly not taking place in the realms of reality, so there's really no point in rebutting this.

I feel sorry for the people of europe, i really do, you see things of this nature and you realize it's gonna be a slow painful suicide all the way to the bottom.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bill Wilkins on September 17, 2016, 10:02:43 PM
:goonsay: FREE PORN FOR EVERYONE!!!!!1
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Male Gaze on September 17, 2016, 10:08:07 PM
Bread and circuses.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Pizza Cancellation Specialist on September 17, 2016, 10:13:20 PM
Bread and circuses.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on September 17, 2016, 10:28:55 PM
Bread and circuses.
Instead of panem et circenses, we'll have pannus et female circumcision.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 18, 2016, 05:40:23 AM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/09/17/migrants-receive-more-cash-than-retired-austrian-farmers/

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According to the numbers Mr. Lopatka produced, the average asylum seeker receives 837.60 euros per month from Austrian taxpayers, despite having never paid taxes in Austria their entire lives. Farmers who have retired and collect a pension from the government collect, on average, 620 euros.

On the one hand you have your own countryman who have done hard physical labour their entire lives to feed the nation.

On the other hand you have uneducated savages who offer nothing to the society apart from violence and instability.

Which one should receive the most benefits?

 :swanson:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on September 18, 2016, 05:49:17 AM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/09/17/migrants-receive-more-cash-than-retired-austrian-farmers/

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According to the numbers Mr. Lopatka produced, the average asylum seeker receives 837.60 euros per month from Austrian taxpayers, despite having never paid taxes in Austria their entire lives. Farmers who have retired and collect a pension from the government collect, on average, 620 euros.

On the one hand you have your own countryman who have done hard physical labour their entire lives to feed the nation.

On the other hand you have uneducated savages who offer nothing to the society apart from violence and instability.

Which one should receive the most benefits?

 :swanson:

Yes but Uneducated savages will keep voting for government programs and left wing.  :smug: You fucking caucasian scum don't think or act as a group and could vote for a conservative party and we can't have that now, can we? Please continue paying taxes and don't question anything.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on September 18, 2016, 08:26:25 AM
Actually I wouldn't doubt that the average European, including Austrians, believe rapefugees provide more benefits to their country than the people who provides them their food.

Same goes for America, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on September 18, 2016, 08:50:11 AM
Actually I wouldn't doubt that the average European, including Austrians, believe rapefugees provide more benefits to their country than the people who provides them their food.

Same goes for America, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

Nah, only the most brainwashed of multicultists still buy that "They're fixing our economy" bullshit.

The problem is it doesn't really matter what the average European thinks. We have bureaus and parliaments full of cultists and they're not going anywhere without an uprising.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on February 28, 2017, 05:45:46 AM
Necromancing the shit out of this thread because interesting times in Europe are upon us.

https://archive.is/J87yW

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With the specter of populism looming over a critical election year in Europe, the European Parliament has taken an unusual step to crack down on racism and hate speech in its own house.

In an unprecedented move, lawmakers have granted special powers to the president to pull the plug on live broadcasts of parliamentary debate in cases of racist speech or acts and the ability to purge any offending video or audio material from the system.

Trouble is, the rules on what is considered offensive are none too clear. Some are concerned about manipulation. Others are crying censorship.

(http://i3.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/017/844/the-goyim-know-shut-it-down-jew-walkie-talkie.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: asip on February 28, 2017, 05:48:31 AM
(http://i.imgur.com/vnOZcjA.jpg)

I think this is a pretty good summation of the current situation.
Picture every OKW scene in every WWII move you've seen. This is their foe lol
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Psycho Dad on February 28, 2017, 07:47:23 AM
I would have sex with all of those Albanian women.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Trumpriarch on February 28, 2017, 09:14:35 AM
(http://i.imgur.com/vnOZcjA.jpg)

I think this is a pretty good summation of the current situation.
Picture every OKW scene in every WWII move you've seen. This is their foe lol

Mattis needs to be added to that picture.

Edit: I looked up what each of them did that qualified them to be defense ministers.

Albania: No military service. Doctorate in economics and Socialist Party leader. Nothing notable.

Netherlands: No military service. She previously served as a Member of the European Parliament for the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Group. Argued that safety regulations against terrorist attacks, should only apply for airports, and not for the neighbouring areas.

Germany: No military service. Lawyer. Accused of plagiarism and making up positions she held at Stanford.  Decided to let Germanys three-year Patriot missile batteries mission to southern Turkey lapse in January 2016 instead of seeking parliamentary approval to extend it. Defended the German refusal to supply Ukraine with weapons. Argued that negotiations with Russia, unlike with Islamic State jihadists, were possible. Germany sees Ukraine and Russia as a chance to prove that in the 21st century, developed nations should solve disputes at the negotiating table, not with weapons. In 2014, von der Leyen introduced a 100 million scheme to make the Bundeswehr more attractive to new recruits, including by offering crches for soldiers children, limiting postings to match school term dates, and considerable rises in hardship allowances for difficult postings. In 2013, von der Leyen unsuccessfully campaigned for a statutory quota for female participation in the supervisory boards of companies in Germany, requiring company boards to be at least 20% female by 2018, rising to 40% by 2023.

Norway: No military service. Studied law and joined conservative party. Nothing of note.

Italy: No military service. Began her political career at the end of the 1980s as a district counselor of Italian Communist Party. Hinted that Italy was ready to lead a coalition force to defeat ISIS in Libya. No results, of course.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on February 28, 2017, 09:54:15 AM
I wonder how many of those broads have actually held a rifle or a shotgun in her hands?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Tariq Aziz on February 28, 2017, 11:11:51 AM
I wonder how many of those broads have actually held a rifle or a shotgun in her hands?

Lol what do you think?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugh G. Gaines on February 28, 2017, 11:17:15 AM
I wonder how many of those broads have actually held a rifle or a shotgun in her hands?

I don't know about large arms, but I'm guessing one or two of them know their way around rigid black objects with long barrels that fire many tiny projectiles...
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on February 28, 2017, 06:50:40 PM
Haha Farage has the greatest bantz:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UWVioye1YU


 :ultlibrage:"You're ruining everything, you're ruining it!!!" :ultlibrage:

 :tom:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on February 28, 2017, 08:11:59 PM
Thanks to numerous political parties within these countries, they make so many horse trading type deals that a lot of these ministers have no experience with the departments they are overseeing.  Then again everyone seems to follow the same "center-left" agenda so it doesn't require much thinking to do their jobs.  Even the "conservatives" follow the same marxist playbook as the socialists.

I still blame America though.  For decades we asserted our authority over Europe so they decided to divert expenditures towards importing third world rapists instead.  Had NATO countries paid their fair share, defense spending would be enough of a priority where they don't just hand it off to some dried up cunt with no military experience because they needed to stick a Green candidate in somewhere.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on March 06, 2017, 05:22:48 PM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/03/06/european-union-considers-plan-take-french-british-nuclear-weapons-eu-defence/

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Discussions are ongoing at high levels within the European Union (EU) to assume command of the nuclear weapons possessed by member states for the purpose of common European defence, according to claims published by The New York Times (NYT).

Yes, I can totally see two countries which have been at war with each other for the better part of the last 1000 years giving each other access to their nukes. This is a brilliant plan and is surely guaranteed to succeed.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on March 07, 2017, 05:40:17 AM
Doesn't matter, kebab will get their hands on them anyway.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on March 09, 2017, 02:43:36 AM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/03/06/european-union-considers-plan-take-french-british-nuclear-weapons-eu-defence/

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Discussions are ongoing at high levels within the European Union (EU) to assume command of the nuclear weapons possessed by member states for the purpose of common European defence, according to claims published by The New York Times (NYT).

Yes, I can totally see two countries which have been at war with each other for the better part of the last 1000 years giving each other access to their nukes. This is a brilliant plan and is surely guaranteed to succeed.

I didn't realize all of the EU's nukes are owned by the UK & France. Le Pen needs to win and set the stage for the French Exit and cuck Merkel's "EU Army".
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on March 09, 2017, 02:45:31 AM
EU wants to impose financial penalties on nations (the US) for not partaking in the Paris Agreement

:tom::tom::tom:

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The research dispels the idea that global warming is widely seen as a future problem, and also shows strong support for action to tackle global warming, including subsidies for clean energy and big financial penalties for nations that refuse to be part of the international climate deal signed in Paris in 2015 as US president Donald Trump has threatened.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/mar/08/climate-change-impacts-already-hitting-us-say-europeans
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Handyman on March 09, 2017, 09:51:36 AM
Donald Trump has the potential to roll back all of the shitty carbon control regulations of the past decade and I sincerely hope that he will do it.  Unfortunately, he won't take on renewable fuels, but it looks like he is going to tackle the Godawful CAFE standards that will have us all driving golf carts by 2030. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Trumpriarch on March 09, 2017, 10:01:26 AM
If he pushes nuclear to be our primary source of power generation, he'll do more than any of these shitty regulations could accomplish.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Handyman on March 09, 2017, 10:03:11 AM
He's definitely not doing that.  He's getting us back into the coal business.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Trumpriarch on March 09, 2017, 10:04:39 AM
A girl can dream.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on March 09, 2017, 10:06:32 AM
EU wants to impose financial penalties on nations (the US) for not partaking in the Paris Agreement

:tom::tom::tom:

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The research dispels the idea that global warming is widely seen as a future problem, and also shows strong support for action to tackle global warming, including subsidies for clean energy and big financial penalties for nations that refuse to be part of the international climate deal signed in Paris in 2015 as US president Donald Trump has threatened.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/mar/08/climate-change-impacts-already-hitting-us-say-europeans

Europe has a know tendency to ignore the Law of Unintended Consequences, just recently they decided to impose visa restrictions on Americans because the US wouldn't allow some of the EU countries (Hungary and others) access to it.

Now, given the miserable state of the mediterranean economies, tourism is THE reason why places like Greece and Portugal haven't collapsed already (they will in about 5 years time). To impose visa restrictions in such a knee-jerk manner without even trying to negotiate showcases the idiocy of these people.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on March 09, 2017, 10:16:42 AM
EU wants to impose financial penalties on nations (the US) for not partaking in the Paris Agreement

:tom::tom::tom:

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The research dispels the idea that global warming is widely seen as a future problem, and also shows strong support for action to tackle global warming, including subsidies for clean energy and big financial penalties for nations that refuse to be part of the international climate deal signed in Paris in 2015 as US president Donald Trump has threatened.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/mar/08/climate-change-impacts-already-hitting-us-say-europeans

Europe has a know tendency to ignore the Law of Unintended Consequences, just recently they decided to impose visa restrictions on Americans because the US wouldn't allow some of the EU countries (Hungary and others) access to it.

Now, given the miserable state of the mediterranean economies, tourism is THE reason why places like Greece and Portugal haven't collapsed already (they will in about 5 years time). To impose visa restrictions in such a knee-jerk manner without even trying to negotiate showcases the idiocy of these people.

Didn't actually happen. It was recommended by some EU legislative council due to Obama-era issues that they're now posturing about in order to be seen as RESISTING DRUMPF. It hasn't been implemented and probably won't be.

The gist of it is the US requires travelers from.. Poland, Croatia, Romania and two other Balkan countries to acquire US visas. I'm not sure why Poland is on there (since this is from Obama'/ presidency, it was probably a reactive measure against their right wing govt), but the 4 Balkan states are on there because they aren't part of Schengen and are new EU members. They ignored the issue while Obama was in office, but now that Drumpf is Pres something must be done about the US bullying EU member states :smug:

It's nothing more than RESIST! RISE UP! virtue signaling by Merkel's lackeys
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on March 09, 2017, 10:46:12 AM
Well that just makes it even more retarded then.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on March 12, 2017, 06:29:24 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SagtnlJNy8

 :reagan:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on March 14, 2017, 01:15:45 PM
The EU is so great its about to throw one its members under the bus to appease the muslim dictator on its southern border. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on March 14, 2017, 05:21:29 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/european-court-justice-islamic-headscarf-hijab-ban-employers-legal-religious-symbols-case-belgium-a7628626.html

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The European Court of Justice has ruled that companies can ban employees from wearing the Islamic headscarf, but only as part of prohibitions including other religious and political symbols.

 :reagan:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ghostse on March 14, 2017, 07:31:41 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/european-court-justice-islamic-headscarf-hijab-ban-employers-legal-religious-symbols-case-belgium-a7628626.html

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The European Court of Justice has ruled that companies can ban employees from wearing the Islamic headscarf, but only as part of prohibitions including other religious and political symbols.

 :reagan:

Yeah, I'm with that. Practice your religion at home.
(unless you are jewish and goldsmith/pawn broker/banker/accountant/abortion doctor, then I guess it can't be helped.)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on March 15, 2017, 07:50:41 PM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/15/dutch-election-results-geert-wilders-andmark-rutte-vie-power/

The Dutch elections took place today and looks like the "center-right" VVD won again.  Geert Wilders' party has 19 seats, compared to the VVD's 31 out of a total of 150 seats.

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It is also an evening where the Netherlands, after Brexit and the American elections, has said ho to the wrong sort of populism. Now its important to bring our country together and form a stable government, he said.

"We promise to double down on globalism and rapefugee importation programs!"
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on March 15, 2017, 08:02:27 PM
Quoting myself because we're going to be seeing a lot more of this over the next year.

Le Pen is a very narrow second in the betting odds for next President of France. The money line is much closer than Trump was less than a week before election day.

The difference is that mainland Euros tend to puss out when push comes to shove.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on March 15, 2017, 08:19:44 PM
Yep.  Austria and now The Netherlands choked when it had a chance.  Doesn't bode too well for France right now.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on March 15, 2017, 09:16:11 PM
Netherlands is Germany's autistic cousin and they also have the highest rates of suicide and drug abuse in Europe. I don't think much of Geert Wilders personally but to claim that this election is a "referendum" of anything is just :laffo:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on March 16, 2017, 06:00:50 AM
Yep.  Austria and now The Netherlands choked when it had a chance.  Doesn't bode too well for France right now.

In a way the loss of Austria was more painful, because Wilders never had the chance to form a coalition government anyway, even if he had won the elections. I think no party ever has gotten a majority of seats in the parliament in Netherlands.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on March 16, 2017, 06:06:21 AM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/15/dutch-election-results-geert-wilders-andmark-rutte-vie-power/

The Dutch elections took place today and looks like the "center-right" VVD won again.  Geert Wilders' party has 19 seats, compared to the VVD's 31 out of a total of 150 seats.

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It is also an evening where the Netherlands, after Brexit and the American elections, has said ho to the wrong sort of populism. Now its important to bring our country together and form a stable government, he said.

"We promise to double down on globalism and rapefugee importation programs!"

Enjoy it while it lasts cuck, because you will lose the next election to the Turkish nationalist party if things keep going that way.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Handyman on March 16, 2017, 08:19:43 AM
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/15/dutch-election-results-geert-wilders-andmark-rutte-vie-power/

The Dutch elections took place today and looks like the "center-right" VVD won again.  Geert Wilders' party has 19 seats, compared to the VVD's 31 out of a total of 150 seats.

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It is also an evening where the Netherlands, after Brexit and the American elections, has said ho to the wrong sort of populism. Now its important to bring our country together and form a stable government, he said.

"We promise to double down on globalism and rapefugee importation programs!"

We won't win every election.  We'll lose quite a few.  The Left lost badly in the US in the 1980s but if you look at the last 50 years, they have been winning for the most part. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on March 16, 2017, 12:10:31 PM
I think it's a small victory, rather than a defeat. It wasn't the populist, eurosceptic victory we all wanted, but the election forced the ruling party to adopt harder immigration & nationalism policies. The next gov will be further right and Geert's gains can hopefully keep pressure on the next gov.

Geert Wilder's PvD picked up 5 seats, bringing them up from 15 to 20 and making PvD the second largest party. This is less than was expected. Unfortunately, the current govt's handling of the Turkish row seems to have paid off in limiting Geert's gains and reducing how much the ruling VVD was expected to lose.

PM Rutte's VVD lost 8 seats, dropping from 41 to 33. They remain the largest party.

The Dutch Labour Party, which is the VVDs current (leftist) coalition partner, lost 29 seats (38->9). They may or may not be in the next government.

The FvD (center right Eurosceptics) gained their first two seats, taken from VVD.

Both D66 (Centrist progs) and CDA (center right) maintained their previous 19 seats. Both will probably be part of the new govt.

The real winner was Groen Links/GL (Green Party), gaining 10 seats (4->14). May or may not be in new govt.

The Christian Union (CU) maintained its previous 5 seats. The Socialist Party maintained its previous 14 seats. Either could be part of the new govt.

The Party for Animals (PvdD) won their first 5 seats.

The Turkish-Dutch party (pro-Erdogan, allowed to vote in Mosques) picked up their first three seats.

There were 9 other seats mostly taken by small prog parties.

So while the progressives made large gains at the expense of liberals, the right barely made any gains.

150 seats total. 75 needed to form a coalition. VVD+CDA+D66 would require 4 more seats.

Possibly another small victory from this

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Jeroen Dijsselbloem may have to stand down as president of the Eurogroup which coordinates policy in the eurozone if he cannot retain his role as Dutch finance minister in a new coalition after his party losing seats in yesterdays election.

The Labour Party crashed from second to seventh place in preliminary results, losing more than three quarters of its seats and making it hard for victorious liberal Prime Minister Mark Rutte to retain Mr Dijsselbloem in such a senior cabinet post.

I'm not sure how the Dutch negotiate Coalitions & Cabinet positions, but Rutte might form a govt around VVD+CDA+D66+PdvA, although I'd be surprised if that happened given how badly PvdA just lost.

While I'm optimistic they'll have a further right wing govt, Rutte apologized to the Turks over the recen debacle which makes me skeptical.

Good article on the outcome: http://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/778648/Dutch-election-polls-live-updates-latest-news-Geert-Wilders-Mark-Rutte-Netherlands-poll
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Tariq Aziz on March 16, 2017, 12:34:53 PM
Wilders campaign was so abnormally shitty and lazy he had exactly zero chance of becoming the biggest party.

Coalition talks are gonna commence today, but it's going to be incredibly difficult. Many parties you peoples describe as lol totally pro-Europe are today what the PVV was 5 or 6 years ago. Every party except the Greens have moved considerably to the right, espcially on immigration and islam.

Edit:

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While I'm optimistic they'll have a further right wing govt, Rutte apologized to the Turks over the recen debacle which makes me skeptical.

Rutte didn't apologize; he said the Turks should apologize to him instead
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on March 16, 2017, 12:46:40 PM
Edit:

Quote
While I'm optimistic they'll have a further right wing govt, Rutte apologized to the Turks over the recen debacle which makes me skeptical.

Rutte didn't apologize; he said the Turks should apologize to him instead

Quote
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said in a televised interview late Tuesday that his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte has offered verbal apology over detention of Turkish charg d'affaires in The Hague, Alper Yksel and Rotterdam consul general Sadin Ayyıldız.

"During a phone call, Mr. Rutte has apologised for the detention of our consul general and charg d'affaires," he said.

"Mr. Rutte said that the detentions were carried out by mistake," he added.

"He stated that the Dutch officials also did not desire to increase tensions to such an extent. He even offered to have a dinner together," Yıldırım concluded.

https://www.dailysabah.com/diplomacy/2017/03/15/netherlands-rutte-apologizes-to-pm-yildirim-over-detention-of-turkish-charg-daffaires-consul-general

Turkish source, but I can't find anything claiming Rutte demanded the Turks apologize.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Tariq Aziz on March 16, 2017, 12:54:37 PM
Daily Sabah is the AK Party's semi-official newspaper, so I'd take that with a grain of salt. Rutte repeated his message continually, and even the leftist parties applauded his tough line... So I guess that's kinda good.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [HEAD NIGGER OF STRUG] anti-Semitic graphs on March 16, 2017, 05:16:11 PM
"Party for animals"  :joe:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Goon Patroon on March 16, 2017, 06:19:06 PM
These parties don't need to become number 1 to influence politics, i think the best example of this is UKIP, where Farage was in many ways single-handedly responsible for the biggest event in Europe over the past few decades.

He sacked a Prime Minister, destroyed Labour for the foreseeable future and achieved his dream of Brexit, not bad at all for a party described by the elite as populated by "fruitcakes and gadflies".

Same thing in Italy, where Five Star managed to sack a PM themselves after rallying people against the referendum, Renzi's party has splintered and Five Star stand a good chance of winning the election next time around.

These parties will come into power sooner or later, because in many ways, they're the only ones offering real change and the voters deep down know that.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on March 16, 2017, 10:52:56 PM
Thank God the United States is a first past the post two party presidential system. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on March 19, 2017, 04:56:19 AM
(https://i.imgtc.com/yzzVFWq.png)

Well at least someone is having babies in Europe.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on March 19, 2017, 04:13:26 PM
Poland may be based, but they're still slavs
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: European Cuckdom on March 19, 2017, 08:24:01 PM
A single polish life is worth the entire population of Germany.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Male Gaze on March 19, 2017, 09:01:38 PM
Ironically, Hitler made the same wager.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Drain The Swamp And Fill It With Piss on March 19, 2017, 09:22:36 PM
(https://i.imgtc.com/yzzVFWq.png)

Well at least someone is having babies in Europe.

are they white babies or mud-rape-babies?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on March 19, 2017, 10:30:47 PM
Poland is 98.6% White.  My guess is that most of them are white babies.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: European Cuckdom on March 19, 2017, 10:36:27 PM
Polish babies, Ukrainian in the worst case, since Poland has accepted actual refugees from that country. Of course you will never hear a word about it because they're white.

Poland is a country where almost all ethnic restaurants are owned and staffed by Polish people. I think I've seen four brown persons and three gypsies in the whole country last time I've been there.

Great country, great people.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on March 20, 2017, 05:18:56 AM
are they white babies or mud-rape-babies?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kGB_2ViAPk

 :stewart:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Psycho Dad on March 20, 2017, 07:06:54 AM
I would have sex with all of those polock women.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: SooperPooper on March 20, 2017, 10:37:43 AM
I would have sex with all of those polock women.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on March 21, 2017, 05:30:56 PM
Just remember not to be disrespectful to Polish women like some browns were:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jf07BcKVTKI

I love when all kinds of varieties of non-whites discover that holy shit, you actually get your shit pushed if you try any of your usually "tricks" in Eastern Europe or Russia.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on March 26, 2017, 01:12:10 PM
Here's a couple of threads I stumbled across.  There's a lot of discussion about urban decay, what caused it, and it's all fairly realtalky:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1463468

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=308649

(http://s29.postimg.org/ad4xwpyw6/borgo_nuovo_2.jpg)

(This is in Italy)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on April 14, 2017, 05:20:40 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usu5dPFzHsE
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [HEAD NIGGER OF STRUG] anti-Semitic graphs on April 16, 2017, 06:17:08 PM
I would have sex with all of those polock women.
Put me, post regret, in your sig
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: No Gods, No Pozzes on April 17, 2017, 05:28:51 PM
So how do Polish people view tourists? Seems like a decent place to visit. :bronson:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on April 18, 2017, 03:26:31 AM
So how do Polish people view tourists? Seems like a decent place to visit. :bronson:

They are friendly. Not overly so, like some people in Southern Europe, and not as cold, distant and reserved as some people in Northern Europe. They don't stand niggotry, so if you are going to act like a moron you will probably get "disciplined".
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Elizabeth Warren Peace on April 19, 2017, 03:45:56 PM
Poland is great to visit (and cheap). Just be aware that Polish is not a language you can "fake" understanding to get by like French - there are pretty much no similar words and you'll need a phrasebook, especially if you leave major metropolitan areas.  You also can't expect fluent English from every random local like in the Netherlands. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on April 19, 2017, 04:58:21 PM
http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/world/2017/04/19/a-youth-revolt-in-france-boosts-the-far-right/?utm_term=.efdbceb77b4f

Don't forget it's the I love cock more than Washington Post does, but it's a surprisingly good article nonetheless.

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My grandparents are afraid of Le Pen. They say shes extreme, and that if shes elected, we might have a war, said Manon Coudray, a 23-year-old secretary. I say maybe thats a good thing.

 :stare:

:rambo:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on April 19, 2017, 07:07:15 PM
http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/world/2017/04/19/a-youth-revolt-in-france-boosts-the-far-right/?utm_term=.efdbceb77b4f

Don't forget it's the I love cock more than Washington Post does, but it's a surprisingly good article nonetheless.

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My grandparents are afraid of Le Pen. They say shes extreme, and that if shes elected, we might have a war, said Manon Coudray, a 23-year-old secretary. I say maybe thats a good thing.

 :stare:

:rambo:

Funny, this is exactly how the youth in the US is trending. We're going to be able to elect unadulterated shitlords to national office within 4-8 years.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on April 19, 2017, 07:13:24 PM
Just let me know when it is ok to go on a niggerdeath shooting spree
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 10, 2017, 05:32:48 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C_T17RtXYAAfb64.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on May 10, 2017, 07:01:33 AM
Just let me know when it is ok to go on a niggerdeath shooting spree
When Moon Man gets played on normie radio.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on May 10, 2017, 01:10:52 PM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C_T17RtXYAAfb64.jpg)
Female teachers of a certain age love to eat them both up.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on May 12, 2017, 04:02:13 AM
It seems Merkel is actively pushing for the EU Army (under the framework of NATO as always):

Germany's planning to increase their army by ~20k soldiers built around two new armored divisions by 2024, which is the largest (only?) increase in German military personnel since the end of the cold war.

http://www.defensenews.com/articles/germany-beefs-up-tank-fleet-with-832m-acquisition
http://www.dw.com/en/germany-to-expand-bundeswehr-to-almost-200000-troops/a-37655018

Germany's also integrating 1/2 of the Czech & Romanian Armies into one of their existing divisions

http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natolive/news_141113.htm?selectedLocale=en

Fun facts:

I'm all for our allies stepping up their game, but fuck uppity euros
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 12, 2017, 04:10:54 AM
I'm all for our allies stepping up their game, but fuck uppity euros

The sole point of the EU army is to crush the people (and later nations) who speak and act against "diversity" in the coming years and decades. You know, hate speech is more dangerous than Russians spetsnaz parachuting in to take over your parliament building.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Tariq Aziz on May 12, 2017, 06:53:11 AM
Little less conspiracy, more realism: us euros want the whole shebang but we dont wanna pay for it. To create a European army under NATO's banner means we get all the goodies but the USA will foot the bill. At least, that's what they expect.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on May 12, 2017, 07:13:27 AM
Little less conspiracy, more realism: us euros want the whole shebang but we dont wanna pay for it. To create a European army under NATO's banner means we get all the goodies but the USA will foot the bill. At least, that's what they expect.

They got to spend billions of euro on importing rapefugees, they can't afford to pay for an EU army.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dog-O-Tron 5000v4.0 on May 12, 2017, 07:41:34 AM
Yeah, it basically sounds like they want to greatly expand the German Army by folding all the other European amies into it, then change it's name to "NATO Army" so the US ends up funding 80% of it while the Germans retain operational control.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on May 12, 2017, 08:04:27 AM
I'm all for our allies stepping up their game, but fuck uppity euros

The sole point of the EU army is to crush the people (and later nations) who speak and act against "diversity" in the coming years and decades. You know, hate speech is more dangerous than Russians spetsnaz parachuting in to take over your parliament building.

It's the good old Soviet method of using ethnically foreign soldiers to curb unrest. That's also why the Bundeswehr has recruited a bunch of Turks and Dindus recently.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on May 12, 2017, 10:58:51 AM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Trumpriarch on May 12, 2017, 11:05:04 AM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.

Command and Conquer: Generals with new Russia DLC.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on May 12, 2017, 01:48:11 PM
I'm all for our allies stepping up their game, but fuck uppity euros

The sole point of the EU army is to crush the people (and later nations) who speak and act against "diversity" in the coming years and decades. You know, hate speech is more dangerous than Russians spetsnaz parachuting in to take over your parliament building.

Little less conspiracy, more realism: us euros want the whole shebang but we dont wanna pay for it. To create a European army under NATO's banner means we get all the goodies but the USA will foot the bill. At least, that's what they expect.

Look at me, I am the captain now

(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c1/Von_der_Leyen_2010.jpg)

The point is to further bind the EU together and make it less likely nations will try to leave, as well as to make it more difficult for them to leave.

This will also make the EU less reliant on the US/NATO, which is objectively bad and will lead to greater insecurity.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 12, 2017, 02:14:05 PM
This will also make the EU less reliant on the US/NATO, which is objectively bad and will lead to greater insecurity.

How?

They have proved time and time again that they are unwilling to spend resources on defense. Rapefugees? Sure, have a billion or ten. Missiles for fighter jets? Sheeeeeeit gots to borrow some from the burgerinos, aint spending muh money on that.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on May 12, 2017, 02:45:59 PM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.

Thank God the Brits are on the way out of the EU.

I love the idea of a future Muzzed out Berlin being bombed to pieces by American and British aircraft while Russian, Free eastern European forces and Chinese tanks overrun the eastern German border.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on May 12, 2017, 02:50:33 PM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.

Thank God the Brits are on the way out of the EU.

I love the idea of a future Muzzed out Berlin being bombed to pieces by American and British aircraft while Russian, Free eastern European forces and Chinese tanks overrun the eastern German border.

American and Russian generals sharing a laugh as we point out exactly where and how to attack to defeat clumsy EuroMud defensive plans originally put into place during the Cold War.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on May 12, 2017, 03:08:14 PM
This will also make the EU less reliant on the US/NATO, which is objectively bad and will lead to greater insecurity.

How?

They have proved time and time again that they are unwilling to spend resources on defense. Rapefugees? Sure, have a billion or ten. Missiles for fighter jets? Sheeeeeeit gots to borrow some from the burgerinos, aint spending muh money on that.

This is NATO's current hierarchy: US > Rest

This is how Germany is tying to reshape it: US > Germany > Rest

It can achieve this by integrating the militaries of the "rest" into its own, which will give Germany - and by extension the EU - the ability to act on its own and have far greater bargaining power within NATO. This naturally threatens the integrity of NATO and will negatively effect the US's global hegemony.

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They have proved time and time again that they are unwilling to spend resources on defense

Germany's throwing $150b at modernizing and stockpiling over the coming decade on top of budget expenditures.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/06/world/europe/european-union-germany-army.html?_r=0
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on May 12, 2017, 03:27:29 PM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.

Thank God the Brits are on the way out of the EU.

I love the idea of a future Muzzed out Berlin being bombed to pieces by American and British aircraft while Russian, Free eastern European forces and Chinese tanks overrun the eastern German border.

I'd prefer to see German RWDS with some American and Russian volunteers thrown in cleaning the place street by street, house by house of kebab, to be honest.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on May 12, 2017, 05:03:39 PM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.

Thank God the Brits are on the way out of the EU.

I love the idea of a future Muzzed out Berlin being bombed to pieces by American and British aircraft while Russian, Free eastern European forces and Chinese tanks overrun the eastern German border.

I'd prefer to see German RWDS with some American and Russian volunteers thrown in cleaning the place street by street, house by house of kebab, to be honest.

would sign up for this 100%
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugh G. Gaines on May 12, 2017, 05:11:06 PM
Inglourious Basterds: Sandneger Sqaud
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on May 12, 2017, 05:32:05 PM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.

Thank God the Brits are on the way out of the EU.

I love the idea of a future Muzzed out Berlin being bombed to pieces by American and British aircraft while Russian, Free eastern European forces and Chinese tanks overrun the eastern German border.

I'd prefer to see German RWDS with some American and Russian volunteers thrown in cleaning the place street by street, house by house of kebab, to be honest.

would sign up for this 100%

(http://i.imgur.com/CCfMpkW.png) (http://i.imgur.com/wCP2NNb.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Obese-n-Triggered on May 12, 2017, 09:14:37 PM
So WWIII is going to be the US, China, and Russia versus a half-Muslim "NATO". Weird.

Thank God the Brits are on the way out of the EU.

I love the idea of a future Muzzed out Berlin being bombed to pieces by American and British aircraft while Russian, Free eastern European forces and Chinese tanks overrun the eastern German border.

American and Russian generals sharing a laugh as we point out exactly where and how to attack to defeat clumsy EuroMud defensive plans originally put into place during the Cold War.


(http://globalbalita.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Trump-and-Putin-laughing.jpg)


Who wants a little slice of Poland?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on May 14, 2017, 12:33:16 PM
Speaking of the weird possible US-China-Russia alliance maybe it's not such a far out idea after all.  Apparently China has their own contingent of alt right internet shit lords (with many being exposed to the west being foreign students and workers) that love Trump and hate Muslims & whom they turn the "white left".

https://www.opendemocracy.net/digitaliberties/chenchen-zhang/curious-rise-of-white-left-as-chinese-internet-insult (https://www.opendemocracy.net/digitaliberties/chenchen-zhang/curious-rise-of-white-left-as-chinese-internet-insult)

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What are the possible explanations of the prevailing hostility to the white left in Chinese social media? Only a fraction of the arguments can be considered interests-based, and they are made by established and newly arrived overseas Chinese in Europe and North America. Many students and job-seekers in Europe, for example, argue that it is simply unfair that they have to work so hard to stay, whereas these refugees can simply come and claim asylum. More or less established Chinese immigrants in the United States often make the case that affirmative action policies put Chinese-Americans in a disadvantageous position, and Chinese should not pay the price for the wrongs white Americans have done. It isnt the place to analyse the pitfalls of these claims here; my focus is rather on why mainland Chinese people adopt such a strong and emotionally charged view on issues they do not have direct experience with. The following ideological, instead of interest-based factors might be at play in both domestic and international contexts.


Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on May 15, 2017, 12:17:06 AM
Dune coons don't really give a shit about their host countries.  You will never see a sandindu army represent France or Germany.  They have no problem accepting gibs and raping their women but fighting and dying for them?  Not gonna happen.  The League of Shitlords (US, Russia, China, Japan) would just steamroll Europe.  Some countries I doubt would even put up a fight and just roll over in the most passive aggressive manner.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Psycho Dad on May 15, 2017, 06:36:18 AM
Dune coons don't really give a shit about their host countries.  You will never see a sandindu army represent France or Germany.  They have no problem accepting gibs and raping their women but fighting and dying for them?  Not gonna happen.  The League of Shitlords (US, Russia, China, Japan) would just steamroll Europe.  Some countries I doubt would even put up a fight and just roll over in the most passive aggressive manner.

Franois! Gunter! I need you both to write stern letters to these pigdogs! Stress to them that if they do not halt forthwith, we will be forced to write several more stern letters!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 29, 2017, 09:09:09 AM
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4549416/Leo-Varadkar-heads-Fine-Gael-election-contest.html

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Could the son of an Indian immigrant become Ireland's first gay Prime Minister? Surge in support for 38-year-old compared to Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron

 :flumnigger:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on June 17, 2017, 08:42:33 AM
http://diversitymachtfrei.blogspot.com.ee/2017/06/the-flame-of-italian-fascism-rekindled.html

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The internet is all a-rage with photos of Fiamma Negrini, the 20-year-old girl elected to Sermide-Fellonica municipal council, in Mantovano. Registered in the list of "Fasci del lavoro" [Italian Fasci of Labour], she took 10.42% of the vote, provoking some controversy. 

(http://www.affaritaliani.it/static/upl2017/1449/14492510_1067354560052209_2828474751271451352_n15.jpg)

 :nixon:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on June 17, 2017, 10:45:55 AM
Why is fascism bad again?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Trumpriarch on June 17, 2017, 11:14:08 AM
Because it's opposed to communism and killed Jews.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on June 17, 2017, 11:43:05 AM
>Italians
>Labor

 :lolno:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Slacktivist on June 17, 2017, 04:28:39 PM
We're in this really awkward and new period of human history where we could solve all of our problems with a generation of acting like the British Empire but we're not confident we can get back to where we are now regarding nuclear weapons if we do it.

Fun to fantasize though. Imagine just cancelling food stamps and welfare and conscripting every black that complains to fight ISIS, thousands of miles away. Or Trump's wall being patrolled by nests of drones. What was the penalty for piracy? Death. But then they softened it, so maybe we should too. Illegally immigrate and commit violent crimes? Just two in the head, fling the body back over the wall so they can bury something.

And yes I'm aware it would really suck to get the big authoritarian hardon a lot of us want and to end up on the wrong side of it. Freedom is great, warts and all.

>Holds binder up vertically and flicks pencil over the top of it, sighs
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on June 17, 2017, 06:47:33 PM
We can eliminate the shitskin problem in a couple years simply by withholding gibs.  You may still get a few rapefugees trying to cross but the numbers will be damn near zero.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hitlorr The Obniggerator on June 17, 2017, 07:29:59 PM
Because it's opposed to communism and killed Jews.

yeah but what are the cons of fascism?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on June 17, 2017, 07:31:44 PM
They hurt the feelings of the chosen people
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Psycho Dad on June 17, 2017, 08:19:34 PM
http://diversitymachtfrei.blogspot.com.ee/2017/06/the-flame-of-italian-fascism-rekindled.html

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The internet is all a-rage with photos of Fiamma Negrini, the 20-year-old girl elected to Sermide-Fellonica municipal council, in Mantovano. Registered in the list of "Fasci del lavoro" [Italian Fasci of Labour], she took 10.42% of the vote, provoking some controversy. 

(http://www.affaritaliani.it/static/upl2017/1449/14492510_1067354560052209_2828474751271451352_n15.jpg)

 :nixon:

I would have sex with that fascist fantasizing-about-her-goose-stepping-in-Gucci-heels Italian woman.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 01, 2017, 06:34:40 AM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/06/29/frankfurt-german-city-natives-minority/

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For the first time, more than half of Frankfurt residents now have a migrant background, according to official data from the citys Office of Statistics and Elections.

Another major European city has fallen.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on July 01, 2017, 08:00:51 AM
70% of kids are shitskins in Frankfurt but that's hardly surprising.
The place is a total shithole. You'll have trouble finding a white person on the street there.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Talcum X on July 01, 2017, 08:47:47 AM
Somewhere on the Fag Coast in a Hilary-issued multi-million dollar bungalow on the sand, Bernie Sanders is scrolling through headlines when he comes across this one and smiles lovingly
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 05, 2017, 08:16:34 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXHipnQO1_I

 :stare:

Looks like this guy predicted things pretty accurately.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [HEAD NIGGER OF STRUG] anti-Semitic graphs on July 05, 2017, 10:37:07 AM
It's a good question about fascism tbh. I've never really found a properly objective analysis of the pros and cons of the system, anyone who comments on it is always biased in one direction or another. And most people don't have a clue what the word even means and just use it synonymously with "authoritarian government". Anyone got some good links on this?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 08, 2017, 05:57:29 AM
http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499504092586.webm

This is an allegory for the state of Europe.

Lazily smoking a cigarette while your city is burnt to the ground and someone is getting fucked by a nigger on the balcony.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 09, 2017, 10:41:49 AM
Marxist rioting in Hamburg, continued. I recommend you watch the entire thing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05slPcJ0s0I

Germany yes!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Talcum X on July 09, 2017, 11:07:54 AM
:unparsons: "Roses are red, the Workers are too, White people are mean, a boo hoo boo hoo" :parsons:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on July 09, 2017, 01:22:00 PM
Why can't they just outright kill black bloc members? Hell Anti-fa got declared a terrorist organization. Like if these people are that dangerous and are worse than a street gang you're well past militia territory.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on July 09, 2017, 01:23:37 PM
Hard to take on the Black Bloc with anti-terrorism measures when they and European Antifa are pretty much the de facto paramilitary wings of the European political establishment. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 09, 2017, 01:25:25 PM
Why can't they just outright kill black bloc members? Hell Anti-fa got declared a terrorist organization. Like if these people are that dangerous and are worse than a street gang you're well past militia territory.

You didn't watch the video, did you? Large part of the general population and the media are outright allies to them. They keep sharing information about the location of "nazis" during these riots. Reportedly there are AntiFa members among the police force as well.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Talcum X on July 09, 2017, 01:36:31 PM
Why can't they just outright kill black bloc members?

Because a bunch of them are just rich, honkey ass trust fund babies that are trying to be as anarcho punk as possible in order to fit in with their friends that are actually poor/minorities.  Like how if you see a white kid with a studded vest and punk band patches sewed all over its about 60/40 their parents make over $250k a year.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on July 09, 2017, 01:49:53 PM
Why can't they just outright kill black bloc members? Hell Anti-fa got declared a terrorist organization. Like if these people are that dangerous and are worse than a street gang you're well past militia territory.

You didn't watch the video, did you? Large part of the general population and the media are outright allies to them. They keep sharing information about the location of "nazis" during these riots. Reportedly there are AntiFa members among the police force as well.
This is mexican cartel levels of corruption then.

This is how you lose a country. I'd say give black bloc everything it wants then when it goes to shit make sure the area is walled off so they can't escape.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on July 09, 2017, 06:02:53 PM
reminder that our enemies are dumb as fuck that need a good slap on the head

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=derHRFGZ4NU
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on July 09, 2017, 07:42:11 PM
The guy even gave his name as Shad Daley.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on July 10, 2017, 05:46:53 PM
Invalid Tweet ID
wtf i love macron now?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on July 10, 2017, 06:04:34 PM
So they were asking him about some bullshit Marshall Plan happening in Africa and Macron says something like "no, because niggers", m i correct?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on July 10, 2017, 06:26:55 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/zs0fzTy.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Talcum X on July 10, 2017, 08:27:08 PM
 :roddy:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Slacktivist on July 10, 2017, 08:49:09 PM
is this the tru power of Trump, Kek praise his name?

:flumnigger:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dog-O-Tron 5000v4.0 on July 10, 2017, 10:12:40 PM
I also heard some piece on NPR that Macron is like a new Napoleon, very formal and autocratic--not at all like his predecessor. He literally wants to Make France Great Again, like Bonaparte.

:smugpepe:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on July 10, 2017, 11:43:03 PM
Or he's just pulling a repeat of how the Tories treated UKIP and is trying to appeal to FN & Le Pen's supporters
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on July 11, 2017, 01:06:22 AM
(http://i.imgur.com/6bwdP1f.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on July 11, 2017, 04:14:54 AM
It is.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on July 11, 2017, 07:04:01 AM
It's not even close, but we must always pretend that the only reason most of Africa is a backwards corrupt shithole is entirely due to colonialism. Postmodernist dogma demands that we must never, ever hold Western culture up as better in any way, only shit all over and do our best to obliterate any notion of it being special or unique. Even pointing out there is any difference between the West and the rest of the planet is inherently racist.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on July 11, 2017, 07:56:31 AM
Macron is suspiciously looking like our guy. He quickly turned around on Assad has to go, is slashing refugee benefits, and looks like he's stabbing Merkel in the back and is looking to make France stronger.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on July 11, 2017, 01:24:26 PM
Macron is suspiciously looking like our guy. He quickly turned around on Assad has to go, is slashing refugee benefits, and looks like he's stabbing Merkel in the back and is looking to make France stronger.
We should be skeptical but optimistic. Keep an eye on him.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on July 11, 2017, 03:39:15 PM
Remember: people of color can do everything you can, YT - possibly even better than you, BIGOT - but you're the only ones who can fix their shitty broken countries for them because of magic white racism.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [SWOLE]Grode Jar on July 11, 2017, 05:33:04 PM
Remember: people of color can do everything you can, YT - possibly even better than you, BIGOT - but you're the only ones who can fix their shitty broken countries for them because of magic white racism.

(https://i.imgur.com/deHNe9x.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on July 13, 2017, 03:12:36 PM
Our guy update:

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/trump-seeks-consensus-france-despite-differences-064128684.html

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PARIS (AP) President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron set aside lingering differences on climate change during their meeting in France on Thursday, asserting that it shouldn't prevent them from working together toward a post-war roadmap for Syria and to enhance Mideast security.

Trump, standing alongside Macron at a news conference, said the two nations have "occasional disagreements" but that would not disrupt a friendship that dates back to the American Revolution. He remained non-committal about the United States eventually rejoining the global climate agreement that bears Paris' name, telling Macron, "if it happens that will be wonderful, and if it doesn't that will be OK too."

Macron acknowledged sharp differences on the Paris climate pact but said the two leaders could find other areas of cooperation. "Should that have an impact on the discussions we're having on all other topics? No, absolutely not," he said.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on July 13, 2017, 03:27:35 PM
It's going to be funny if Macron evolves into a Mini Trump.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugh G. Gaines on July 13, 2017, 03:34:21 PM
It's going to be funny if Macron evolves into a Mini Trump.

"Vous serez fiers de vos vins et fromages nouveau, mes amis."*



*apologies to Franzo
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on July 13, 2017, 03:39:40 PM
Pretty close, just add an s to fiers. 9/10 baguettes.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on July 13, 2017, 03:53:05 PM
It's going to be funny if Macron evolves into a Mini Trump.


                                   "Indochina."

                                      :say:
(http://i.imgur.com/ODj26li.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on July 13, 2017, 06:03:00 PM
It's going to be funny if Macron evolves into a Mini Trump.

We like to LARP about France and Europe in general fighting back against the {{{elite}}} and immigrant hordes but this will be more likely to cause France to revolt than more immivasion attacks.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on July 13, 2017, 06:18:55 PM
Watch Trump kill the EU within his first term  :reagan:

In a matter of weeks we've gone from Macron openly disrespecting Trump on Merkel's behalf to hanging out with Trump at G20 and then giving dasraycis speech at G20 to now getting even friendlier with Trump.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on July 14, 2017, 12:02:40 AM
oh shit

(http://i.imgur.com/rj8gfeY.png?1)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on July 14, 2017, 01:22:54 AM
Remember the Louisiana Purchase also included the Frenchmen that were currently living there. France literally sold it's own people along with the land These BOGO Frenchmen wanted to assimilate into the US so much that they immediately banned french which made many people suspicious of their intentions because of how quickly they were willing to toss aside their culture from the motherland. there were riots there were burnings of french memorabilia and flags. They scared a lot of people in the process of wanting to assimilate.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on July 14, 2017, 04:44:36 AM
 :facepalm: You should probably stick to detailing your autistic accomplishments in the game threads.

Also FUCK YES, THE WHOLE OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND THE GREAT LAKES ARE OURS, RETURN FRENCH CLAY FUCKING ANGLOS.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/56/New-France1750.png
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on July 14, 2017, 08:31:43 AM
Fuck I didn't know that Egg McMuffin was also a British politician.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on July 14, 2017, 12:41:32 PM
Also FUCK YES, THE WHOLE OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND THE GREAT LAKES ARE OURS, RETURN FRENCH CLAY FUCKING ANGLOS.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/56/New-France1750.png

I can't help but notice part of your map includes a slice of east Texas. In the words of my ancestors: come and take it.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugh G. Gaines on July 14, 2017, 12:45:24 PM
I didn't know you were part Greek.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on July 14, 2017, 01:43:49 PM
I'd settle for just Quebec. Keep it in mind when you inevitably annex Canada. You don't want some french province full of cheese eating tabernac monkeys being all annoying with its demands for language equality.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 18, 2017, 02:47:16 AM
Behold the "guest workers":

(https://i.imgtc.com/X5nuNxo.jpg)

The current rapefugee crisis isn't the first time we've been fed the lie that we absolutely need third world savages to prop up our economy. It was a lie then and it is a lie now.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 888 Didnt Read Shit on July 18, 2017, 08:30:21 AM
The other half run dner stands.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [SWOLE]Grode Jar on July 18, 2017, 11:52:41 AM
Also FUCK YES, THE WHOLE OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND THE GREAT LAKES ARE OURS, RETURN FRENCH CLAY FUCKING ANGLOS.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/56/New-France1750.png

I can't help but notice part of your map includes a slice of east Texas. In the words of my ancestors: come and take it.

Same
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Aran on July 18, 2017, 06:27:20 PM
The other half run dner stands.

And if there's enough demand that they can keep themselves and their families supported on it, goddamn good on them. But I suspect this isn't the case.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: OOK OOK SCREE (D-IL) on July 26, 2017, 08:33:13 PM
Holy fucking shit:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-07-26/swedish-government-crisis-after-admitting-disastrous-accidental-leak-entire-nations-

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Swedish Government On Verge Of Collapse After Admitting 'Accidental Leak' Of Entire Nation's Info

Swedens government is being quietly rocked by a major scandal. So far the market has paid it little regard, but, as Citi warns, it may soon escalate...

Sweden appears to have accidentally leaked the details of almost all of its citizens. And now it's getting worse as the leak happened in 2015, but only emerged last week. As The Indepedent reports,

    The leak allowed unvetted IT workers in other countries to see the details of people registered in Swedish government and police databases.

    It happened after the government looked to outsource data held by the Transport Agency, but did so in a way that allowed that information to be available to almost anyone, critics have claimed.

The opposition is seeking to boot out the ministers of infrastructure, defence and the interior Anna Johansson, Peter Hultqvist and Anders Ygeman, respectively for their role in outsourcing IT-services for the Swedish Transport Agency in 2015.

Prime Minister Stefan Lofven admitted Monday his country and its citizens were exposed to risks by potential leaks as a result of the contract.

    "This is a disaster," Swedish PM Lofven said. "This has exposed Sweden and Swedish citizens to risks."

    The minority government has said that contract process won by IBM Sweden was speeded up, bypassing some laws and internal procedures in a manner that may have led to people abroad, handling servers with sensitive materials.

As Reuters reports, the scandal has raised questions about the way it has been handled within the government. The security police informed the Justice Ministry in late 2015 but Lofven said he only found out about it early this year.

    Lofven said Anna Johansson, minister of infrastructure and responsible for the Transport Agency, had not passed information on to him.

    Johansson on Sunday in turn blamed one of her former state secretaries for not informing her about the scandal.

    "I wish I had been informed earlier," Lofven said while adding he had no plans to fire any ministers. "I have full confidence in them (ministers) until I say otherwise."

However, as The Independent notes, the centre right opposition Alliance, comprising the Moderate, Centre, Liberal and Christian Democrat parties, has taken aim at Lofven's cabinet...

    "It is obvious (they) have neglected their responsibility. They have not taken action to protect Sweden's safety", Centre party leader Annie Loof told a news conference.

Parliament is in recess but the opposition parties will submit a request to the speaker to summon legislators for a vote within 10 days.

If the opposition gets a majority the ministers will have to resign, a likely outcome as the nationalist Sweden Democrats have said they will support a vote of no-confidence.

    "There are only two alternatives, either a new election or he himself (Lofven) resigns," Sweden Democrats leader Jimmie Akesson said.

    "It feels like it's possible, yes," Anna Kinberg Batra, leader of the Moderates said.

As Citi notes, SEK has strengthened so far this week and no dramatic headlines seem to be impacting the currency yet, but some political noise may be on the way.

IBM Sweden says it never comments on relations with clients. The government said it had no comment pending a later statement, which Swedish Prime Minister Lofven just announced that he will hold a press conference on July 27th at 10am CET.

Finally we wonder how long before Sweden blames Russia for leaking this 2-year-old secret.

Hmmm, no chance that Bohar and Rajneesh in Shitwipeistan were spending overtime copying sensitive data and selling it so they could get better cuts of donkey meat.  Bear in mind this is information for government officials - information that's invaluable for identity theft and whaling (i.e. specialized e-mails meant to get sensitive credentials).  All because outsourcing is great and saving a few bucks is worth completely dismantling your security and opening it up to foreigners - because we all know they're just misunderstood individuals. 

If you wonder why identity theft is an industry that runs in the hundreds of billions of dollars, just say SWEDEN YES!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 08, 2017, 05:13:39 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwSUXW3migQ
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on September 08, 2017, 05:25:21 AM
Eh. That's nice and all but I think for Germany it's too little, too late.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 08, 2017, 06:18:55 AM
Eh. That's nice and all but I think for Germany it's too little, too late.

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Talcum X on September 08, 2017, 12:16:21 PM
Tell her to just look out her window in a couple years
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 15, 2017, 08:43:26 AM
https://kek.gg/i/6GSx_p.jpg

YUGE image.

But.

Holy shit.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on September 16, 2017, 07:33:00 PM
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Brussels to end mandatory refugee relocation (for now)

http://www.politico.eu/article/brussels-to-end-mandatory-refugee-relocation-for-now/amp/

:tom::tom::tom:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on November 21, 2017, 03:15:18 AM
https://www.thelocal.de/20171121/germany-seeks-way-out-of-crisis-after-government-talks-collapse

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Germany's president was to lead a push from Tuesday to save the EU's top economy from the political turmoil sparked by the collapse of Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition talks.

Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who takes centre stage because he can call snap elections, was to use his diplomatic skills as former foreign minister to persuade parties to return to the negotiating table.

Merkel is in trouble.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on November 21, 2017, 06:53:05 AM
https://www.thelocal.de/20171121/germany-seeks-way-out-of-crisis-after-government-talks-collapse

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Germany's president was to lead a push from Tuesday to save the EU's top economy from the political turmoil sparked by the collapse of Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition talks.

Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who takes centre stage because he can call snap elections, was to use his diplomatic skills as former foreign minister to persuade parties to return to the negotiating table.

Merkel is in trouble.
If only she were gone.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Slacktivist on November 22, 2017, 09:08:15 PM
THE TRUE LEADER OF THE FREE WORLD!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hitlorr The Obniggerator on November 22, 2017, 10:37:09 PM
well in all honesty she is the leader of the free world.... the world that's free for any muslims willing to take it
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on November 23, 2017, 03:42:10 AM
If they somehow manage to physically remove Merkel from the halls of power, this is her (probable) replacement:

(https://i.imgtc.com/uhBeSFx.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: European Cuckdom on November 24, 2017, 01:26:06 AM
Tell me one negative effect of Germans going extinct, I challenge you
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: jabba on November 24, 2017, 01:36:50 AM
we won't get a new version of The Producers in 20 years parodying the fascists that rise up in 10
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on November 24, 2017, 01:57:53 AM
As much as I'd like for Bugman Schulz get elected and permadestroy Germany and make globalists and deus vult retards buttblasted at the same time, it's simply not going to happen. The SPD was the party that bled the most in the latest election from two months ago. They also have no clue who they could try and put forward as their leader since they, much like modern Germans in general, are all charismatic vacuums. The CDU has been eradicated of any and all personalities by Merkel to make sure she's got zero opposition in the party. When the cuntslut retires she'll leave the CDU completely hollow, broken and devoid of any clear party line. For what it's worth, that's about as far as German politics will ever get close to being remotely interesting.

Tell me one negative effect of Germans going extinct, I challenge you

lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: European Cuckdom on November 24, 2017, 04:02:06 AM


lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct

Italian Food. This should keep us afloat over the turkic-mongrel, islamophile rape pit Germany will turn into within the next generation.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on November 24, 2017, 04:14:21 AM
Food, wine, cars, fashion + all the 3000 years of European history residing in Italy.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on November 24, 2017, 08:06:29 AM
As much as I'd like for Bugman Schulz get elected and permadestroy Germany and make globalists and deus vult retards buttblasted at the same time, it's simply not going to happen. The SPD was the party that bled the most in the latest election from two months ago. They also have no clue who they could try and put forward as their leader since they, much like modern Germans in general, are all charismatic vacuums. The CDU has been eradicated of any and all personalities by Merkel to make sure she's got zero opposition in the party. When the cuntslut retires she'll leave the CDU completely hollow, broken and devoid of any clear party line. For what it's worth, that's about as far as German politics will ever get close to being remotely interesting.

This type of parliamentary incompetence happened once before in Germany...
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Aran on November 24, 2017, 11:14:15 AM


lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct

I'd be dead
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: adolf spacey on November 24, 2017, 11:22:33 AM
Tell me one negative effect of Germans going extinct, I challenge you

           :say:
:smalljewrub:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on November 24, 2017, 02:49:19 PM


lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct

I'd be dead

You say that as if it were a bad thing
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Aran on November 25, 2017, 07:18:00 AM


lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct

I'd be dead

You say that as if it were a bad thing

I'm awesome, eat a dick.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on November 26, 2017, 06:50:43 PM


lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct

I'd be dead

You say that as if it were a bad thing

I'm awesome, eat a dick.

You live in Western Pennsylvania. Everything you say is automatically null and void.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Aran on November 27, 2017, 07:17:53 PM


lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct

I'd be dead

You say that as if it were a bad thing

I'm awesome, eat a dick.

You live in Western Pennsylvania. Everything you say is automatically null and void.

Anime Avatar
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on November 27, 2017, 07:29:40 PM


lol tell us one negative effect of white niggers Italians going extinct

I'd be dead

You say that as if it were a bad thing

I'm awesome, eat a dick.

You live in Western Pennsylvania. Everything you say is automatically null and void.

Anime Avatar

lol youre so poor you dont even know what anime is
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on November 29, 2017, 01:59:03 AM
(https://i.imgtc.com/yjYJWw5.jpg)

This is {{{justice}}} is Germany.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Smello on November 30, 2017, 01:30:47 AM
Germany is fucking pathetic.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Death Camp for Cutie on November 30, 2017, 10:02:41 AM
Its unbelievable that Germans are more cucked than Japanese post war
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 01, 2017, 04:35:33 AM
https://voiceofeurope.com/2017/11/germany-children-avoiding-city-wave-migrant-crimes/#.WiAyvFYvVF4.twitter

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All of the suspects have been described as Southern-looking / Southern European

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https://voiceofeurope.com/2017/11/tiny-italian-town-with-7-inhabitants-will-receive-80-migrants/

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The Italian town of Vaccarozzi di Erbezzo officially has only seven residents, but thats changing fast.

Already 26 African asylum seekers have arrived as part of a government resettlement programme. There are plans to resettle at least 80 migrants in the tiny town.

White genocide? Demographic replacement?

Fucking nazi larpers, LOL. Clearly we just need to stop the leftie madness and civic nationalism will do the rest.

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on December 01, 2017, 12:38:03 PM
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The Italian town of Vaccarozzi di Erbezzo officially has only seven residents, but thats changing fast.

Already 26 African asylum seekers have arrived as part of a government resettlement programme. There are plans to resettle at least 80 migrants in the tiny town.

White genocide? Demographic replacement?

Fucking nazi larpers, LOL. Clearly we just need to stop the leftie madness and civic nationalism will do the rest.

EY GIUSEPPE, DAT'S A-NOTTA THE ITALIA I WAS-A MY MAMMA'S LITTLE-A BAMBINO IN! WHAT YOU GOTTA DO IS, YOU MAKE-A THE AFRICANS TALK-A WITH THEY HANDS, YOU MAKE-A THEM EAT-A THE PIZZA PIE AND-A THE PASTA WITH THE SAUCE JUST LIKE-A MAMMA USED TO MAKE, AND-A BEFORE YOU KNOW IT THEY BECOME-A THE REAL ITALIANOS! GIOVANNI, HE TELL ME THAT ETHIOPIANS ARE-A CONSERVATORI NATURALI, YOU KNOW? YOU NEVER GONNA CONVINCE-A THE MAJORITY OF ITALY TO BECOME FASCIST, AND... UH... WAIT, SHIT.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on December 02, 2017, 09:53:13 AM
http://archive.is/RQZRW

Jean-Claude Juncker: Migrants 'need legal ways to come to Europe'

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Since 2014, and during the campaign for the European elections, and afterward, too, in my address to the European Parliament, I have always argued in favor of legal migration. I believe that if we don't offer legal ways of emigrating to Europe, and immigrating within Europe, we will be lost. If those who come who are, generally speaking, the poor and needy are no longer able to enter the house of Europe through the front door, they'll keep making their way in through the back windows. We need to create legal ways to come to Europe, and the Commission has already made suggestions. Europe will clearly need immigration in the coming decades, so we have to provide those who want to come, and are able to come, and whose situation makes it possible for them to come, with legal paths to get to Europe.

:tuss:

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The populists themselves are dangerous, but they are far more dangerous when the traditional, classic parties adopt their harmful proposals. If the traditional parties follow the populists, they become populist themselves, which is a phenomenon we are already seeing in some EU countries. No, we should not be afraid of the populists; we should embrace those they are fighting.

:clownworld:

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 02, 2017, 10:44:10 AM
Yeah, I read this the other day and freaked the fuck out. They are revving up the demographic replacement program because they are feeling that the tide is turning against them. They don't have any time to waste to turn the entire continent brown.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [SWOLE]Grode Jar on December 02, 2017, 10:22:15 PM
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The Italian town of Vaccarozzi di Erbezzo officially has only seven residents, but thats changing fast.

Already 26 African asylum seekers have arrived as part of a government resettlement programme. There are plans to resettle at least 80 migrants in the tiny town.

White genocide? Demographic replacement?

Fucking nazi larpers, LOL. Clearly we just need to stop the leftie madness and civic nationalism will do the rest.

EY GIUSEPPE, DAT'S A-NOTTA THE ITALIA I WAS-A MY MAMMA'S LITTLE-A BAMBINO IN! WHAT YOU GOTTA DO IS, YOU MAKE-A THE AFRICANS TALK-A WITH THEY HANDS, YOU MAKE-A THEM EAT-A THE PIZZA PIE AND-A THE PASTA WITH THE SAUCE JUST LIKE-A MAMMA USED TO MAKE, AND-A BEFORE YOU KNOW IT THEY BECOME-A THE REAL ITALIANOS! GIOVANNI, HE TELL ME THAT ETHIOPIANS ARE-A CONSERVATORI NATURALI, YOU KNOW? YOU NEVER GONNA CONVINCE-A THE MAJORITY OF ITALY TO BECOME FASCIST, AND... UH... WAIT, SHIT.

And now I am imagining Mario discussing immigration with Luigi.  I read this entire post in Mario's voice.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on December 03, 2017, 10:47:53 AM
Quote
The Italian town of Vaccarozzi di Erbezzo officially has only seven residents, but thats changing fast.

Already 26 African asylum seekers have arrived as part of a government resettlement programme. There are plans to resettle at least 80 migrants in the tiny town.

White genocide? Demographic replacement?

Fucking nazi larpers, LOL. Clearly we just need to stop the leftie madness and civic nationalism will do the rest.

EY GIUSEPPE, DAT'S A-NOTTA THE ITALIA I WAS-A MY MAMMA'S LITTLE-A BAMBINO IN! WHAT YOU GOTTA DO IS, YOU MAKE-A THE AFRICANS TALK-A WITH THEY HANDS, YOU MAKE-A THEM EAT-A THE PIZZA PIE AND-A THE PASTA WITH THE SAUCE JUST LIKE-A MAMMA USED TO MAKE, AND-A BEFORE YOU KNOW IT THEY BECOME-A THE REAL ITALIANOS! GIOVANNI, HE TELL ME THAT ETHIOPIANS ARE-A CONSERVATORI NATURALI, YOU KNOW? YOU NEVER GONNA CONVINCE-A THE MAJORITY OF ITALY TO BECOME FASCIST, AND... UH... WAIT, SHIT.

And now I am imagining Mario discussing immigration with Luigi.  I read this entire post in Mario's voice.

I hope it's either Captain Lou Albano or Hotel Mario's voice.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 05, 2017, 03:50:43 AM
(https://kek.gg/i/4mRvR3.jpg)

 :facepalm:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on December 05, 2017, 01:09:06 PM
Whatever happened to that pilot who decided to fly into the mountain? Did the rumor that he had depression and was suicidal but the union refused to let him be grounded end up being true?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on December 05, 2017, 04:16:47 PM
I wouldn't want to fly a plane full of terrorists into Syria either, tbh.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on December 06, 2017, 01:39:25 PM
I wouldn't want to fly a plane full of terrorists into Syria either, tbh.

I'd love to fly a plane into Mecca though.

(https://i.imgur.com/UToymLS.png)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on December 06, 2017, 04:43:16 PM
I wouldn't want to fly a plane full of terrorists into Syria either, tbh.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 08, 2017, 03:59:36 AM
https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/11459/germany-migrants-attack-police

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Violent attacks against German police have reached epidemic proportions, and Chancellor Angela Merkel's open-door migration policy is to blame, official statistics show.

The Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA) reported 36,755 attacks against German police in 2016 or an average of 100 per day, a significant increase over previous years.

Preliminary data, recently leaked to German public radio, indicate that in terms of violence against German law enforcement officers, 2017 will be a record-breaking year. In Berlin alone, attacks against police this year are up 70% in Grlitzer Park, 35% at the Warsaw Bridge and 15% at Kottbusser Tor, according to the Berliner Morgenpost.

German society is breaking down in front of our eyes and faster than anyone probably predicted.

This bit from the article was especially depressing:

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Observers surmised that the real reason for the judge's leniency was that he feared his family might be subjected to retribution from the clan.

So it seems that judges now have very little confidence in the state's ability to assure their (and their families') safety. I wonder if this means that migrant crime gangs will de facto be the ruling force of the country within a very short period of time.

What is being done now to Germans is one of the greatest crimes in the history of mankind.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on December 08, 2017, 11:23:39 AM
Many judges these days are the product of the 68 Generation so I have little pity for them.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 14, 2017, 07:30:59 AM
https://voiceofeurope.com/2017/10/croatian-migrant-leaves-unsafe-sweden-now-lives-happy-poland/

A very interesting little interview with a Croatian guy who moved to Sweden as a child with his parents and now decided to move to Poland instead with his own family.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: petepot on December 15, 2017, 10:38:31 AM
https://voiceofeurope.com/2017/10/croatian-migrant-leaves-unsafe-sweden-now-lives-happy-poland/

A very interesting little interview with a Croatian guy who moved to Sweden as a child with his parents and now decided to move to Poland instead with his own family.

that's sudden. thanks for sharing. I read some weir things about medicine in Sweden, looks like it's all serious. I don't know much how the situation goes in Poland but seems that their economy is recovering at least and it might be not so bad there https://tranio.com/poland/analytics/the-advantages-of-investment-in-polish-real-estate_5223/ Got me thinking this is probably only natural, the old world can't stand forever
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on December 16, 2017, 07:38:48 AM
(https://i.imgur.com/vwxLck2.png)
(https://i.imgur.com/tcyHOWb.png)

https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-9977415
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 16, 2017, 09:11:34 AM
 :lilal:

Chad confirmed Finnish.

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on December 16, 2017, 09:18:31 AM
Those are some faggot ass numbers, but when you delve into the report itself you find out that the enquirees had a female majority, mostly old people and with a majority academic background, of whom around 60-70% were counted to have an immigrant/foreign speaking person or persons in their family or circle of friends.

So yeah it's a little distorted.

Also it's p. funny how they didn't conduct that research in Turku where the one mud allahu snacbar'd women's throats last summer.

 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on December 19, 2017, 07:32:25 AM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/12/18/eu-white-mass-migration-norm/

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Brussels has said that Europeans must accept mass migration from the third world as the new norm, warning that neither walls nor policies will allow any part of the EU to remain homogenous and migration-free.

Its time to face the truth. We cannot and will never be able to stop migration, writes EU Commissioner for Migration Dimitris Avramopoulos, in a piece for POLITICO, published Monday entitled, Europes Migrants Are Here to Stay.

In it, the Eurocrat wrote human mobility will increasingly define the 21st century, and that mass migration is an issue Brussels has committed Europe to for the long haul, stating: Migration is deeply intertwined with our policies on economics, trade, education and employment to name just a few.

At this point if Europeans don't rise up and get rid of these fuckers, they never will.  Enjoy your cultural enrichment.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on December 19, 2017, 09:34:33 AM
Fuckers can't still bail out the more ghetto countries in the PU and yet they have the wonderful idea trying to bail out the third world. Hey Eurofats, how is that unemployment rate going? God I can't wait for the next economic crash to happen.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on December 20, 2017, 01:15:23 PM
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US tax reform breaks global rules, EU says

Last week, the finance ministers of Europe's five biggest economies Germany, France, the UK, Spain and Italy wrote an anxious letter to their American colleague, US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin, and copied it to all senior Republican politicians in the Congress and Senate.

"The United States is Europe's single most important trade and investment partner," the finance ministers wrote. "It is important that the U.S. government's rights over domestic tax policy be exercised in a way that adheres with international obligations to which it has signed-up. The inclusion of certain less conventional international tax provisions could contravene the US's double taxation treaties and may risk having a major distortive impact on international trade."

A day later, a similar letter was sent to Mnuchin by the European Commission's four most senior economic officials and made many of the same points.

http://www.dw.com/en/us-tax-reform-breaks-global-rules-eu-says/a-41862318

At times like these, I always like to look back at this

(https://i.imgur.com/qMkxg1Ml.png)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on December 20, 2017, 02:15:31 PM
Still waiting for your fair contribution to NATO Europe.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on December 21, 2017, 01:37:13 PM
European countries have been benefiting greatly from their lower corporate taxes, while putting up light resistance to transfer pricing. It's easily to see why they're starting to get upset when moving to Ireland is a little less lucrative.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on December 21, 2017, 07:12:48 PM
Defund the UN. I might have to start worshiping president Trump at this rate of winning  :allears:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: kornbeef on December 21, 2017, 08:10:08 PM
I almost feel sorry for Europe now.  They're already falling behind due to socialist policies.  With hordes of migrants changing the culture for the worse, and the US taking the leash off domestic corporations, Europe will never catch up.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugbox Kommissar on December 21, 2017, 08:55:55 PM
I don't. All I hope is when the crash comes the US is smart enough to seal the borders and not allow a bunch of "refugees" in to start the cycle again.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on December 21, 2017, 09:35:53 PM
The US plays the goat to European governments who cut corporate tax rates far below the US and expect the US to foot the bill for most military expenditures.  Even then they have anemic growth rates and trip over themselves to ensure that third world rapists from Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia get priority housing over someone who has paid taxes all their life.  The US being more competitive internationally means that Europe has a harder time funding rapefugee resettlement efforts.  They'll find a way, probably at the expensive of their white native stock, as per the usual.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on December 27, 2017, 10:53:26 PM
https://hooktube.com/watch?v=yOCnNz-uz-o

Caption: French policeman enter Muslim no go zone, what happens next will shock you
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on December 29, 2017, 02:30:42 PM
what happens next will shock you

:lolnoxl:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on December 30, 2017, 04:09:48 PM
http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/France-sets-up-tax-dept-to-investigate-Jews-521379

FRANCE SETS UP TAX DEPT TO INVESTIGATE JEWS

 :niggershine:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on January 04, 2018, 06:58:13 PM
This story was retweeted by Ann Coulter: https://www.defendevropa.org/2018/migrants/migrant-crime/italy-somalian-storms-delivery-room-attempts-rape-woman-labour/

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An unreal situation in the Italian capital Rome, according to Libero; a Somalian man managed to get past the security of SantEugenio Hospital and stormed a delivering room where he attempted to rape a woman in labour. Migrants have been found guilty of various terrible crimes but this is a first. Luckily the monster was stopped before he could harm the woman and her baby.

The criminal is a 38 years old Somalian, already charged for other crimes in the past. The man managed to get his hands on a green uniform and sneaked in the delivery room where he started to touch and fondle the woman in labor while masturbating. The cries of help of the woman alerted the personnel in the surrounding area who entered the room and incapacitated the man and subsequently delivered the animal to the police.

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Obese-n-Triggered on January 05, 2018, 12:30:48 AM
Bring back gallows and start hanging these animals at the edge of town as a warning to the others.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Talcum X on January 07, 2018, 12:01:35 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmQ1d44RE8U

If youre not as excited as I am to have every street corner in the world identical to this you are dead to me
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on January 07, 2018, 12:44:54 PM
I'm imagining a world where people film stuff they plan to post to YT horizontally rather than vertically.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on January 11, 2018, 07:37:48 AM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/01/10/switzerland-rejects-citizenship-bids-residents-welfare/

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A new civil rights act has come into force in Switzerland that prevents residents who have been on welfare in the past three years from becoming citizens unless they pay back the money they received to the state.

The new regulations will make it impossible for asylum seekers and migrants who have lived off state handouts in the last three years to become citizens even if they have lived in Switzerland as permanent residents for the required time to make a citizenship application, Kronen Zeitung reports.

The previous law allowed migrants to apply for citizenship as long as they were not on state benefits at the time of their application.

 :dubya:

:tom:

 :dubya:

 :stewart:

 :reagan:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on January 11, 2018, 07:41:18 AM
Some of the stuff they politicize in Switzerland would make the average German lib blow a gasket.
It explains why our junta is deathly afraid of popular votes though.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on January 12, 2018, 11:04:50 PM
https://www.wsj.com/articles/german-engineering-yields-new-warship-that-isnt-fit-for-sea-1515753000?mod=e2fb

the absolute state of turkish engineering  :facepalm:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on January 13, 2018, 07:35:39 AM
For those of us who don't have a subscription to Wall Street Journal:

http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/17185/the-german-navy-has-decided-to-return-their-new-frigate-to-the-ship-store-this-christmas
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Spazzard on January 13, 2018, 08:39:35 AM
http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/01/10/switzerland-rejects-citizenship-bids-residents-welfare/

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A new civil rights act has come into force in Switzerland that prevents residents who have been on welfare in the past three years from becoming citizens unless they pay back the money they received to the state.

The new regulations will make it impossible for asylum seekers and migrants who have lived off state handouts in the last three years to become citizens even if they have lived in Switzerland as permanent residents for the required time to make a citizenship application, Kronen Zeitung reports.

The previous law allowed migrants to apply for citizenship as long as they were not on state benefits at the time of their application.

 :dubya:

:tom:

 :dubya:

 :stewart:

 :reagan:

Once ended up in Zurich after a plane crash stopped me and the then wife from flying to Berlin, which was where we were supposed to be going. Ended up at the airport bar in Zurich airport and got a bit too pissed to hear the connecting flight back to Berlin be announced, so ended up spending the night there, all paid for by Swiss Air. It's a wonderful city. We stopped at a hotel right in the centre of Zurich, and after eating there, we went to the bar and got talking to the bar manager. He finished work at 2am, and because we were gonna get a flight at 6am back to Berlin, we were just planning on staying up all night. He took us round Zurich, and showed us the architecture, the views by night (there is an amazing view from the university grounds, (he was also a student, so we were able to get in, and chill out by the university observatory at 3am)), the amazing train station there, wouldn't even accept 20 euros that I tried to give him "for petrol". He was just so happy to be able to show us his home city. Didn't show us where the Nazi gold was though. Bastard.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on January 23, 2018, 07:10:25 AM
https://www.buzzfeed.com/laurageiser/intense-photos-show-polish-teens-getting-military-training

Poland training their young ones to kill... well, anyone who isn't Polish.

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There's also a strong desire to strip away liberal, western influences and realign the country with Christian values, and the classes are a way for those messages to directly reach the younger generation. As one 18-year-old student in his second year of the program said, "The most urgent thing in Poland is to rebuild the national identity. We have moved far away from religion and patriotism. We have developed a more western lifestyle, based on individualistic logic and consumerism. It is necessary to return to ... Christian roots and develop more community-oriented behavior. The West cannot impose its values on us. We are the owners of this country and we are the ones who should dictate the rules here."
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on January 23, 2018, 07:52:46 AM
Based Poland  :allears:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Talcum X on January 23, 2018, 12:14:13 PM
Wow, they don't look ashamed at all.  Disgusting racists.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on January 25, 2018, 04:40:52 PM
Here's a funny one...
The Istanbul Convention looks like it's going to be rejected due to one little word people are taking exception to.
The convention is against violence to women, but the text uses the word gender instead of sex. Certain countries have jumped on this and are rejecting it due to the idea that it will be used to protect trannies instead of real vagina owners...
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on January 27, 2018, 11:38:46 PM
macron is a terrifying nwo lizard

https://theconversation.com/macron-calls-for-a-global-contract-at-davos-90744

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Macron called for a true global contract that rests on three obligations that fall equally on nation-states, their populations and private businesses.

The first is the duty to invest, particularly in the education of young women in developing countries.

The second obligation is the duty to share both the profits and costs that accompany the new economy.

Finally, Macron insisted that the global contract implies a collective duty to protect. The challenges of terrorism, large-scale migrations and climate change can only be met with a collective, multilateral effort.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on January 28, 2018, 01:14:03 AM
If this faggotry is how we end up with an Earth Federation, then Sieg Zion, motherfuckers.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on January 28, 2018, 02:25:52 AM
If this faggotry is how we end up with an Earth Federation, then Sieg Zion, motherfuckers.

I'd say "I see you are a man of culture as well," but I've actually never been into Gundam.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Aran on January 28, 2018, 07:13:20 AM
I agree with the duty to protect. Chip in motherfuckers, we're tired of paying for your shit.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on January 28, 2018, 07:48:49 PM
his 'duty to protect', and the reference to large-scale migration, probably refers to granting protection to the poor (economic) migrants by letting them in and giving them benefits and some kids to rape, rather than protecting borders.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [HEAD NIGGER OF STRUG] anti-Semitic graphs on January 29, 2018, 01:24:04 AM
I cant wrap my head around the guy. Why did he bitch about African nations coming to him with their hands out when his grand goal is virtually the same?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hitlorr The Obniggerator on January 29, 2018, 03:19:07 AM
maybe his "duty to protect" really means wiping out niggers, to protect humanity
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on January 29, 2018, 04:28:01 AM
The only logical explanation for Macron's behaviour is that he is bi-polar.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on January 29, 2018, 04:32:14 AM
I laughed when some guys here thought he was >ourguy because he said some truths about post-colonial corrupt shitholes in Africa. Guy is 100% pro-EU, pro-globalism, pro deracinated-"technocracy"establishment .

Who could possibly have foreseen this.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on February 02, 2018, 05:18:05 AM
https://www.rt.com/news/417641-what-is-wrong-german-army/

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Bundeswehr breakdown: Whats gone wrong for Germanys army?

The Bundeswehr, one of NATOs largest militaries, is now a steady source of news about planes that cant fly, tanks that break down and troops that admire the Nazis. So what exactly has gone wrong in Germanys army?

It emerged last week that the German military cant find enough money to fund a long-awaited modernization of its newest Puma infantry fighting vehicles which to many didnt exactly come as a surprise.

Indeed, the news added to a steady stream of stories describing how poorly the Bundeswehr is performing, both in peacetime and during overseas deployments in conflict zones. Local newspapers are full of accounts about combat aircraft that lack vital parts or suffer technical failures, tanks and armored vehicles that cant operate, or soldiers that sympathize with the Third Reich and its armed forces, the Wehrmacht.

Read the entire article, it's full of examples from every section of the armed forces.

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Among other scandals, some deal with the controversial topic of Nazi sympathies among some soldiers. The Bundeswehr was officially created months before West Germanys entry into NATO in 1955, and was founded by former officers of the Third Reich.

Last year, numerous Wehrmacht memorabilia and Nazi-era artefacts were discovered inside several barracks. These included posters glorifying Nazi soldiers, as well as distinctive German steel helmets and replicas of the Wehrmachts standard issue weapons.

Yeah, I'd be longing for the good old days as well, if I were in the German military.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on February 02, 2018, 05:25:40 AM

Yeah, I'd be longing for the good old days as well, if I were German.

FTFY
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Trumpriarch on February 02, 2018, 09:31:54 AM
https://www.rt.com/news/417641-what-is-wrong-german-army/

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Bundeswehr breakdown: Whats gone wrong for Germanys army?

The Bundeswehr, one of NATOs largest militaries, is now a steady source of news about planes that cant fly, tanks that break down and troops that admire the Nazis. So what exactly has gone wrong in Germanys army?

It emerged last week that the German military cant find enough money to fund a long-awaited modernization of its newest Puma infantry fighting vehicles which to many didnt exactly come as a surprise.

Indeed, the news added to a steady stream of stories describing how poorly the Bundeswehr is performing, both in peacetime and during overseas deployments in conflict zones. Local newspapers are full of accounts about combat aircraft that lack vital parts or suffer technical failures, tanks and armored vehicles that cant operate, or soldiers that sympathize with the Third Reich and its armed forces, the Wehrmacht.

Read the entire article, it's full of examples from every section of the armed forces.

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Among other scandals, some deal with the controversial topic of Nazi sympathies among some soldiers. The Bundeswehr was officially created months before West Germanys entry into NATO in 1955, and was founded by former officers of the Third Reich.

Last year, numerous Wehrmacht memorabilia and Nazi-era artefacts were discovered inside several barracks. These included posters glorifying Nazi soldiers, as well as distinctive German steel helmets and replicas of the Wehrmachts standard issue weapons.

Yeah, I'd be longing for the good old days as well, if I were in the German military.

You mean people in an under-funded, dysfunctional military with obsolete equipment pine for a time when their military was the envy of the world and fielded weapons that would establish standards for decades after? What a surprise.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on April 21, 2018, 09:12:21 AM
Viktor Orban's new policy about cracking down on ((NGOs)) has worked as the Hungarian branch of Soros' Open Society Foundation relocates outside of Hungary: https://www.rt.com/news/424623-hungary-soros-migrants-eu/


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We continue to reject the claim that migration is a positive process, Szijjarto stressed. Despite the pressure from Brussels, Budapest will continue to oppose it and will solve its population and job market challenges with Hungarians and with Hungarian families.

We would like to see more Hungarian children and more Hungarian families in Hungary, not more migrants. We love our own homeland and will not give it over to others, Szijjarto concluded.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Obese-n-Triggered on April 21, 2018, 11:49:59 AM
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We continue to reject the claim that migration is a positive process, Szijjarto stressed. Despite the pressure from Brussels, Budapest will continue to oppose it and will solve its population and job market challenges with Hungarians and with Hungarian families.

We would like to see more Hungarian children and more Hungarian families in Hungary, not more migrants. We love our own homeland and will not give it over to others, Szijjarto concluded.

:salute:  Hungary, show us the way.



Viktor "You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here" Orban
(http://media.breitbart.com/media/2016/09/Viktor-Orban.png)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dr. Hatchet-Wound on April 21, 2018, 01:11:32 PM
All I wanted was to find the topical gif of the Hungarian camera lady tripping the mud invader what I got was that + a bunch of poz comments about what a monster she is for not giving away her country to sand niggers like a fat bitch does with her stank twat for regular niggers.

https://imgur.com/gallery/2SjIOw4
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on April 21, 2018, 02:19:48 PM


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We continue to reject the claim that migration is a positive process, Szijjarto stressed. Despite the pressure from Brussels, Budapest will continue to oppose it and will solve its population and job market challenges with Hungarians and with Hungarian families.

We would like to see more Hungarian children and more Hungarian families in Hungary, not more migrants. We love our own homeland and will not give it over to others, Szijjarto concluded.
[/quote]

*This* is why I like the Czech Rep. They have the same attitude. I would never have left the UK had the govt not decided that the UK is a country for savages instead of brits.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on April 21, 2018, 11:20:23 PM
 :smalljewrub:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: GameDev Grade Dildo on April 22, 2018, 02:19:48 AM
:smalljewrub:

Gave it a quick check - he's not actually jewish. Deploy this propaganda very carefully.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on April 22, 2018, 06:32:26 AM
:smalljewrub:

Gave it a quick check - he's not actually jewish. Deploy this propaganda very carefully.

Jewrub is a state of mind.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on April 24, 2018, 06:08:24 PM
https://www.wsj.com/articles/tensions-rise-in-greece-as-asylum-seekers-and-locals-clash-1524494714

Tensions Rise in Greece as Locals Attack Asylum Seekers

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ATHENSGroups of locals attacked migrants camping on the island of Lesbos, underscoring the continued tensions on Greek islands that continue to see thousands of Middle Eastern people arriving from Turkey each month.

Clashes erupted late Sunday in the main port town of Mytilene, where dozens of migrants have been squatting since Wednesday to protest the dire conditions in which new arrivals have lived for about two years.

The protesters were also demanding the right to be allowed to leave the islandsomething Greek officials have banned.

Police said about 300 people attacked the migrants, some of them shouting burn them alive and chanting slogans associated with far-right groups in Greece. The clashes continued until early Monday.

At least 10 people, mostly asylum seekers, were hospitalized. Police said they arrested 122 people, virtually all of them migrants.

Mayor Spyros Galinos of Lesbos said tensions were inevitable on the island, whose main town is home to 27,000 residents but is hosting 10,000 asylum seekers.

The people of Lesbos showed solidarity, but when you dont protect these people [the local community] for so long, you are going to experience incidents like this, he said.

Last week, Greeces highest administrative court ruled that migrants arriving on the Aegean islands near Turkey should be allowed to travel freely around the country.

The decision could alleviate the conditions on the Aegean islands, that which currently accommodate 15,500 people, according to the Greek Migration Ministry. That is nearly three times the number of spaces available in reception centers.

Aid groups say Greek officials, with support from the European Union, have allowed the conditions on the islands to deteriorate in order to create a deterrent to other would-be migrants.

In its decision last week, the Greek court said there are no serious or overriding reasons of public interest to justify the prohibition against migrants traveling to the countrys mainland.

On Friday, however, Greeces asylum service issued a document detailing the reasons why it is necessary to keep the migrants on the islands.

Government officials said the travel ban will continue to be enforced, although such a decision could be challenged in court.

Renewed tensions on the islands and a spike in the arrivals in recent weeks shows the Aegean part of the migration crisis isnt over, even though Europe thought it had largely blocked off that route after the EU-Turkey deal and the closed borders.

On average, some 120 people arrive on the Greek islands each day, according to government figures.

Greek authorities are also concerned about a surge in arrivals across the Greek-Turkish land border, with around 1,500 detained for illegal entry in the past week.

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 09, 2018, 07:50:37 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFie0is1q14

Yep, we certainly won the jackpot by breaking free from the Soviet Union and working hard for 15 years to join the European Union.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 09, 2018, 02:08:35 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFie0is1q14

Yep, we certainly won the jackpot by breaking free from the Soviet Union and working hard for 15 years to join the European Union.
And what exactly would your little pissant country be today if it didn't join the EU?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 09, 2018, 02:13:38 PM
Less likely to be drowned in muds.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 09, 2018, 03:07:51 PM
And what exactly would your little pissant country be today if it didn't join the EU?

Why do you have to insert some sort of disparaging remark into every single sentence?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 09, 2018, 03:41:52 PM
AuroraBorealisnigger Dave suffers from the same mental disease as any other immigrant, jacking off to the amazing awesomeness that is their home country and culture and history while simultaneously fleeing from it. So, so proud of the UK. Rule, Britannia!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 09, 2018, 03:56:38 PM
And what exactly would your little pissant country be today if it didn't join the EU?

Why do you have to insert some sort of disparaging remark into every single sentence?
Answer the question snownigger
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 09, 2018, 03:59:44 PM
Less likely to be drowned in muds.
You're from the mud capital of Europe
(http://assets.pewresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2017/11/22105823/PF_11.29.17_muslims-update-20.png)
And your country imported them willingly from the colonies.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 09, 2018, 04:22:16 PM
And we're in the EU, the same organization trying to push the same suicidal idiocy on eastern euro countries that joined a completely different project and never had any choice in this. Thank you for inadvertently getting the point, Kelvinnigger Dave.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 09, 2018, 04:40:28 PM
And we're in the EU, the same organization trying to push the same suicidal idiocy on eastern euro countries that joined a completely different project and never had any choice in this. Thank you for inadvertently getting the point, Kelvinnigger Dave.
Like Portugal? Spain? :stewart:
Hell Luxembourg was one of the founding members and is still at only 3.2%
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 09, 2018, 04:43:01 PM
Portugal and Spain, like other european post-empires, import from their former colonies. So their hordes of mongrel immigrants tend to be less muslim, yes.
Also lol bringing up Luxembourg. Yes a practical city-state is a great example and not a statistical anomaly for various reasons, not least the ridiculously expensive real estate and general purchasing power.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 09, 2018, 04:49:36 PM
You just seem to be making excuses for France's surrendering to the Muslim hoard now...
Nearly 1 in 10 French people are muslim, and you did it to yourselves. Hahaha Je Suis Charlie!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 09, 2018, 04:52:04 PM
(https://www.aljazeera.com/mritems/imagecache/mbdxxlarge/mritems/Images/2017/4/20/7a29d47e4f3f4fb485b49ecc355046d7_18.jpg)
Typical French women sited in Paris yesterday
 :stewart:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 09, 2018, 04:54:19 PM
You're right Dave, all is lost. Time to move to a eastern euro country where I can sing the praises of my glorious homeland without having to deal with the consequences of self-loathing traitors. I feel bad for the czechs.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on May 09, 2018, 04:54:31 PM
Both your countries are pathetic.

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on May 09, 2018, 05:08:25 PM
Hedgehog Nigger doesn't have one
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 09, 2018, 05:25:17 PM
You're right Dave, all is lost. Time to move to a eastern euro country where I can sing the praises of my glorious homeland without having to deal with the consequences of self-loathing traitors. I feel bad for the czechs.
Central European. And where exactly have I 'sung the praises of my homeland'? My homeland turned into a miserable pile of shit which is why I left for greener pastures.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 09, 2018, 05:42:24 PM
Lol shit hasn't even started to go full clownworld yet and you immediately flee. You're such an incredible coward.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 10, 2018, 02:59:33 AM
Answer the question snownigger

Well, economically we would've been worse off. There's a lot of EU money that has been flowing our way in the last 10 years. When it comes to the defense of the nation and our alignment with the West there would not have been much difference, because I regard NATO a much more stronger deterrent for Russia than the European Union ever could be.

You just seem to be making excuses for France's surrendering to the Muslim hoard now...
Nearly 1 in 10 French people are muslim, and you did it to yourselves. Hahaha Je Suis Charlie!

Sorry but I don't think any UK national has any right to lecture anyone on this planet about letting a horde of savages take over their country.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on May 10, 2018, 07:43:23 AM
Hedgehog Nigger doesn't have one

"WRONG! I'm not ______. I never said I was from _________ you just assumed I live in _________. You'll never be able to mock my country of origin if I don't have the balls to tell you where I'm from!"  :smug:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 10, 2018, 11:43:41 AM
Hedgehog Nigger doesn't have one

"WRONG! I'm not ______. I never said I was from _________ you just assumed I live in _________. You'll never be able to mock my country of origin if I don't have the balls to tell you where I'm from!"  :smug:
When have I ever tried to conceal my country of origin? It's right there on the left...
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 10, 2018, 11:45:16 AM


Well, economically we would've been worse off. There's a lot of EU money that has been flowing our way in the last 10 years. When it comes to the defense of the nation and our alignment with the West there would not have been much difference, because I regard NATO a much more stronger deterrent for Russia than the European Union ever could be.


And what do you expect would happen if it left the EU?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 10, 2018, 01:23:57 PM
And what do you expect would happen if it left the EU?

Some big infrastructure projects would have get financed by loans instead EU funding (or cancelled), a number of officials would lose their jobs, but other than that? Nothing too serious.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 10, 2018, 01:35:49 PM
And what do you expect would happen if it left the EU?

Some big infrastructure projects would have get financed by loans instead EU funding (or cancelled), a number of officials would lose their jobs, but other than that? Nothing too serious.
AHAHHAHAH, HAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA, OH HAHAHHAHA christ that hurts.

And who exactly do you expect Estonia to replace over 80% of it's trades with? Russia?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 10, 2018, 01:52:27 PM
AHAHHAHAH, HAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA, OH HAHAHHAHA christ that hurts.

And who exactly do you expect Estonia to replace over 80% of it's trades with? Russia?

Do you think that most of the trade will instantly stop if you leave the European Union, or the euro zone? I see no reason why that should be the case. We had an economy before we joined either and we would still have on if we decided to leave.

In any case, Estonia is one of the least likely countries in Eastern/Central Europe to leave the EU. Our establishment is very pro-EU. By the time we are ready to bolt, the entire thing will have pretty much fallen apart already.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 10, 2018, 03:07:57 PM
AHAHHAHAH, HAHAHAHHAHAHHAHA, OH HAHAHHAHA christ that hurts.

And who exactly do you expect Estonia to replace over 80% of it's trades with? Russia?

Do you think that most of the trade will instantly stop if you leave the European Union, or the euro zone? I see no reason why that should be the case. We had an economy before we joined either and we would still have on if we decided to leave.
If you leave the EU without putting in place a FTA then trade would continue with tariffs. If you stay in a customs union you have to follow the EU rules, but no longer have a say in making them.
Why does leaving the Eurozone mean trade would stop?!?
Estonia's economy before the EU...yea, it had one...a piss poor shitty one that noone cared about.
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In any case, Estonia is one of the least likely countries in Eastern/Central Europe to leave the EU. Our establishment is very pro-EU. By the time we are ready to bolt, the entire thing will have pretty much fallen apart already.
Wishful thinking. The EU will continue. Europe is too entwined to break off now.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on May 10, 2018, 06:03:09 PM
Wishful thinking. The EU will continue. Europe is too entwined to break off now.

That's what they said about the Soviet Union...
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: hairsniffer1983 on May 10, 2018, 07:05:06 PM
Quote from: David Hedgehogstein
My homeland turned into a miserable pile of shit which is why I left for greener pastures.

Every time I stop in here to read a thread or two you are forever spewing bile all over everyone...
I'm from Britain too, my and your ancestors built these countries, things bigger than themselves. Right enough this shit is going downhill, but some of us are fighting. We are most likely fighting a losing battle but I'd rather die trying than run away and leave my people like a miserable stinking coward. I can only assume that bile you need to throw up on everyone is what happens to a man when he builds an empty self indulgent meaningless life and can't work out why nobody likes him.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on May 10, 2018, 07:17:23 PM
Wishful thinking. The EU will continue. Europe is too entwined to break off now.

That's what they said about the Soviet Union...
The EU is the Soviet Union, a fascist centralized government run by unelected/unaccountable bearcats that punishes any and all decent.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on May 10, 2018, 07:39:34 PM
the Soviet Union, a fascist centralized government

(https://i.imgur.com/fVNXzqu.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on May 10, 2018, 07:49:08 PM
the Soviet Union, a fascist centralized government

(https://i.imgur.com/fVNXzqu.jpg)

Leftists are the real fascists
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 11, 2018, 12:18:05 AM
Quote from: David Hedgehogstein
My homeland turned into a miserable pile of shit which is why I left for greener pastures.

Every time I stop in here to read a thread or two you are forever spewing bile all over everyone...
I'm from Britain too, my and your ancestors built these countries, things bigger than themselves. Right enough this shit is going downhill, but some of us are fighting. We are most likely fighting a losing battle but I'd rather die trying than run away and leave my people like a miserable stinking coward. I can only assume that bile you need to throw up on everyone is what happens to a man when he builds an empty self indulgent meaningless life and can't work out why nobody likes him.
Have fun fighting then!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 11, 2018, 01:29:52 AM
Every time I stop in here to read a thread or two you are forever spewing bile all over everyone...
I'm from Britain too, my and your ancestors built these countries, things bigger than themselves. Right enough this shit is going downhill, but some of us are fighting. We are most likely fighting a losing battle but I'd rather die trying than run away and leave my people like a miserable stinking coward. I can only assume that bile you need to throw up on everyone is what happens to a man when he builds an empty self indulgent meaningless life and can't work out why nobody likes him.

Keep in mind ChronoTriggernigger Dave doesn't even have an immediate family. If he had a wife and kids he didn't want growing up in clownworld UK I could maybe see the logic, even if I still think it would be an ungrateful gesture. But it's just him, just his disgusting narcissistic nigger ass. Empty self-indulgent meaningless life might even be too generous. I am starting to believe he actually is a jew, or at least looks up to them. He certainly acts like one at every single opportunity.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 11, 2018, 01:38:51 AM
Have fun fighting then!

On your deathbed, many years from now, when you are lying there alone and forgotten, without any children, grandchildren or any other relatives by your side, long way from home in a foreign country, do you think you will have any regrets?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on May 11, 2018, 02:34:21 AM
This reminds me of a speech someone held in the ethnonationalist Awakening conference here, which essentially boiled down to that as a result of a western civilization, you're not just an individual but someone who has a history and upbringing of the generations behind you, and to turn your back on that is a betrayal to your forefathers who worked, fought and even gave their lives to build the society and life you're in today. So societal choices, be it having children or your political leanings, aren't just about you, they're also about where you will steer the gift your forefathers gave you. Will you keep on building to give your offspring a better future, or will you just throw it in the toilet like the average leftist and spit in the face of everyone who made sacrifices so you could be here today?

I'm paraphrasing and not nearly as poignant as the speaker but you get the point.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on May 11, 2018, 08:22:31 AM
This reminds me of a speech someone held in the ethnonationalist Awakening conference here, which essentially boiled down to that as a result of a western civilization, you're not just an individual but someone who has a history and upbringing of the generations behind you, and to turn your back on that is a betrayal to your forefathers who worked, fought and even gave their lives to build the society and life you're in today. So societal choices, be it having children or your political leanings, aren't just about you, they're also about where you will steer the gift your forefathers gave you. Will you keep on building to give your offspring a better future, or will you just throw it in the toilet like the average leftist and spit in the face of everyone who made sacrifices so you could be here today?

I'm paraphrasing and not nearly as poignant as the speaker but you get the point.

Exactly.  Your life's work should be about making a better world for your children and grandchildren to thrive in, not about how many cheap Czech hookers you could fuck
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 11, 2018, 11:19:14 AM
Heh lots of bitter people here huh?

My initial motivation for leaving the UK was the following.
- I grew up in a family that didn't have cash and it was tough
- I was working full time and saving fuck all since I was balls deep in debt
- I would never be able to raise a family and own a home unless both myself and my wife were working full time
- Retirement is never going to happen
- That's no way to live. I, and my future family deserve better

Right now, I'm debt free, I own two properties, I have a good job and career, and I'm in a stable, worry free relationship with a pretty, intelligent girl who unlike most British women is slim and looks after herself. Most importantly, I know that my kids will not have to go through what I did.

If the UK provided similar prospects I would not have left. Maybe if the generations behind me didn't betray my generation, then maybe, just maybe the UK would be a better place for all.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 11, 2018, 11:29:42 AM
Exactly.  Your life's work should be about making a better world for your children and grandchildren to thrive in

This is something that is extremely irritating about MUH INDIVIDUALISM types, and especially Jordan Peterson who says you shouldn't take credit for your culture's achievements. What kind of twisted logic is that? If you work hard to become (and stay) a productive member of your society, just as your parents and grandparents did, you deserve to feel proud and take some credit for the success of your community. To keep the cogs of civilization turning we all must do our part, no matter how small or trivial it may seem, so that the next generation could have a better life than us.

Heh lots of bitter people here huh?

My initial motivation for leaving the UK was the following.
- I grew up in a family that didn't have cash and it was tough
- I was working full time and saving fuck all since I was balls deep in debt
- I would never be able to raise a family and own a home unless both myself and my wife were working full time
- Retirement is never going to happen
- That's no way to live. I, and my future family deserve better

Right now, I'm debt free, I own two properties, I have a good job and career, and I'm in a stable, worry free relationship with a pretty, intelligent girl who unlike most British women is slim and looks after herself. Most importantly, I know that my kids will not have to go through what I did.

If the UK provided similar prospects I would not have left. Maybe if the generations behind me didn't betray my generation, then maybe, just maybe the UK would be a better place for all.

Do you have plans to start a family with your tradwife (who may or may not exist)? Because otherwise all of this means exactly fuck all. Your success will die with you.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 11, 2018, 11:36:04 AM
Exactly.  Your life's work should be about making a better world for your children and grandchildren to thrive in

This is something that is extremely irritating about MUH INDIVIDUALISM types, and especially Jordan Peterson who says you shouldn't take credit for your culture's achievements. What kind of twisted logic is that? If you work hard to become (and stay) a productive member of your society, just as your parents and grandparents did, you deserve to feel proud and take some credit for the success of your community. To keep the cogs of civilization turning we all must do our part, no matter how small or trivial it may seem, so that the next generation could have a better life than us.

Heh lots of bitter people here huh?

My initial motivation for leaving the UK was the following.
- I grew up in a family that didn't have cash and it was tough
- I was working full time and saving fuck all since I was balls deep in debt
- I would never be able to raise a family and own a home unless both myself and my wife were working full time
- Retirement is never going to happen
- That's no way to live. I, and my future family deserve better

Right now, I'm debt free, I own two properties, I have a good job and career, and I'm in a stable, worry free relationship with a pretty, intelligent girl who unlike most British women is slim and looks after herself. Most importantly, I know that my kids will not have to go through what I did.

If the UK provided similar prospects I would not have left. Maybe if the generations behind me didn't betray my generation, then maybe, just maybe the UK would be a better place for all.

Do you have plans to start a family with your tradwife (who may or may not exist)? Because otherwise all of this means exactly fuck all. Your success will die with you.
Of course I do. She finishes her PhD next year, then we will try.
Would rather plan a family instead of shitting out a child before being economically stable enough to care for it.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 11, 2018, 11:38:07 AM
Of course I do. She finishes her PhD next year, then we will try.
Would rather plan a family instead of shitting out a child before being economically stable enough to care for it.

These are the first reasonable things you have said on this forum as far as I can remember. Well done and I hope it works out for you two. I mean it will all sincerity.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 11, 2018, 11:39:15 AM
Welp that at least halves the nigger exponentials right there. Grats on finding a waifu. Didn't even tell SS, your best friends, shameful.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on May 11, 2018, 11:44:41 AM
This reminds me of a speech someone held in the ethnonationalist Awakening conference here, which essentially boiled down to that as a result of a western civilization, you're not just an individual but someone who has a history and upbringing of the generations behind you, and to turn your back on that is a betrayal to your forefathers who worked, fought and even gave their lives to build the society and life you're in today. So societal choices, be it having children or your political leanings, aren't just about you, they're also about where you will steer the gift your forefathers gave you. Will you keep on building to give your offspring a better future, or will you just throw it in the toilet like the average leftist and spit in the face of everyone who made sacrifices so you could be here today?

I'm paraphrasing and not nearly as poignant as the speaker but you get the point.

Um, wow. That sounds a lot like unearned privilege. :christina:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 11, 2018, 02:37:59 PM
Of course I do. She finishes her PhD next year, then we will try.
Would rather plan a family instead of shitting out a child before being economically stable enough to care for it.

These are the first reasonable things you have said on this forum as far as I can remember. Well done and I hope it works out for you two. I mean it will all sincerity.
Welp that at least halves the nigger exponentials right there. Grats on finding a waifu. Didn't even tell SS, your best friends, shameful.

Cheers chaps, you may both be faggots but we are SS family. Didn't settle before because I was busy moving around country to country for the last decade or so, including the Middle East which tore any remaining left-wing 'they are people too!' views from my mind, while building my career.

Now on a serious, serious note. Why is it that quality of life in our respective countries has dropped for normal people? Why do they not provide the same opportunities that can be elsewhere anymore? The ultimate betrayal is represented by Generation Rent who barely have a months salary in their savings account. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on May 11, 2018, 02:46:38 PM
Now on a serious, serious note. Why is it that quality of life in our respective countries has dropped for normal people? Why do they not provide the same opportunities that can be elsewhere anymore? The ultimate betrayal is represented by Generation Rent who barely have a months salary in their savings account.
I'll take "the internet in general and social media in particular shoving images of The Jonses With Whom You Must Keep Up in people's faces 24/7, both pushing people to spend beyond their means and also to compete for the same scarce resources in trendy districts" for $800, Alex.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 11, 2018, 02:51:52 PM
Now on a serious, serious note. Why is it that quality of life in our respective countries has dropped for normal people? Why do they not provide the same opportunities that can be elsewhere anymore? The ultimate betrayal is represented by Generation Rent who barely have a months salary in their savings account.
I'll take "the internet in general and social media in particular shoving images of The Jonses With Whom You Must Keep Up in people's faces 24/7, both pushing people to spend beyond their means and also to compete for the same scarce resources in trendy districts" for $800, Alex.

Oh fuck that for a laugh.

OK, I'll put it another way.

Why is it pretty much impossible for someone on the median salary to own a home and support a family on their own in the UK?
It was fairly simple a few decades ago, but today the typical 30-40 year old home ownership is half that of the previous generation, and both people in a relationship are working like dogs to make ends meet.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on May 11, 2018, 02:58:25 PM
During my two visits, I've found Homes in the UK are pretty much either apartments or dollhouses.

Kinda fun, when you're drunk you can climb up to the roofs of houses pretty easily. Wouldn't wanna live in one though.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on May 11, 2018, 04:00:35 PM
Why is it pretty much impossible for someone on the median salary to own a home and support a family on their own in the UK?
It was fairly simple a few decades ago, but today the typical 30-40 year old home ownership is half that of the previous generation, and both people in a relationship are working like dogs to make ends meet.
Is this for all markets, or mostly for urban ones?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 11, 2018, 04:13:35 PM
Why is it pretty much impossible for someone on the median salary to own a home and support a family on their own in the UK?
It was fairly simple a few decades ago, but today the typical 30-40 year old home ownership is half that of the previous generation, and both people in a relationship are working like dogs to make ends meet.
Is this for all markets, or mostly for urban ones?
London? forget it. South of England. Nope, unless you're looking at Devon which is filled with inbred. North is cheaper, but less work available.
Check for yourself
http://www.bbc.com/news/business-23234033

Oh, Suburb is more desirable than urban and usually costs more.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on May 11, 2018, 04:14:44 PM
the Soviet Union, a fascist centralized government

(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DczS7QsVAAE46vQ.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [SWOLE]Grode Jar on May 19, 2018, 11:29:32 AM

What if the child consents tho? - Finland Supreme court*

*only applies when the adult is from the 3rd world.

:ancap:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on May 19, 2018, 01:50:54 PM
In the future, white Europeans will have to survive by tactical conversions.  Worshiping Mohammad is now a get out of jail free card in Europe.  Amazing.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: MY FURSONOUNS on May 19, 2018, 03:43:31 PM
ah, the old "non-whites don't know any better, and can't be held to the same standards as whites" canard, which is inherently more racist than the edgiest kkk niggerstomper fakepost ever made on this forum
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on May 26, 2018, 09:21:25 PM
(https://i.redditmedia.com/ztGOds1A57j2B8J7KVEbjqQwtLAmNQBntQW8OoN3-Rg.jpg?w=768&s=2c06d2eb44f396e5bbe17ddd681b66f3)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Tariq Aziz on May 27, 2018, 04:23:26 AM
ah, the old "non-whites don't know any better, and can't be held to the same standards as whites" canard, which is inherently more racist than the edgiest kkk niggerstomper fakepost ever made on this forum

"As you see it is not racist for me to employ double standards because 'tis I, >>The Left<< who says so." :judy:

Those twats are too clouded by ideology to see that racism is nothing else but the use of double standards ie holding people on the basis of skincolor to a different standard. Which could explain why racism was casually, silently redefined by californian libs from what it used to be, KKK/jim crow and democratic divide/conquer policy to an all-pervasive ideology that must be concluded by white self-hatred. To obscure their own racism, to 'bet a better human'.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on May 27, 2018, 07:17:45 AM
In the future, white Europeans will have to survive by tactical conversions.  Worshiping Mohammad is now a get out of jail free card in Europe.  Amazing.

this is part of what led to the decline of islamic polities historically.  dhimmi would convert to avoid paying the jizya, slowly diminishing revenue and (as the kids internalised the parasitic slim attitude to work) the productivity of the population.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 27, 2018, 01:44:54 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT1nObx_12c
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on May 29, 2018, 01:28:18 PM
The 2 year bond yield for Italy exploded this morning. Going from .9% to ~2.4%. Could be Greece v2 with much larger consequences.

https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/bond/tmbmkit-02y?countrycode=bx

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on May 29, 2018, 02:16:37 PM
The 2 year bond yield for Italy exploded this morning. Going from .9% to ~2.4%. Could be Greece v2 with much larger consequences.

https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/bond/tmbmkit-02y?countrycode=bx
All my investments were liquidized this morning. This is the largest single increase in Italian 2y bonds in history. It's scary stuff. I'm sitting on the sidelines right now.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: open-source jihad on May 30, 2018, 12:29:17 PM
Lol, the EU has had enough of the UK govt stealing the spotlight for stupid laws and is going for the gold fucking medal here.

They want THE ENTIRE internet.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvXOfq3AB8s
https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20180525/10072939912/forget-gdpr-eus-new-copyright-proposal-will-be-complete-utter-disaster-internet.shtml
https://juliareda.eu/2018/05/censorship-machines-link-tax-finish-line/


Quote
Reda's post goes on to detail the many, many problems of the current copyright proposal -- in which merely linking to a news site may require paying money (link tax) and where concerns about how that might negatively impact the entire internet are being woefully ignored. Perhaps even worse is the mandatory filtering idea. The big record labels and movie studios have, of course, been pushing for this kind of thing for years to get back at Google (mainly) and Facebook (a little bit). But, here's the thing: both Google and Facebook already have those filters (and spent tens of millions of dollars on them). This kind of law fucks over everyone else.

And, it's actually even worse than a mandatory filtering rule -- because the EU realized that such a rule would violate other EU laws. So, instead, it decided to hack away at intermediary liability protections to make mandatory filtering necessary:

Quote



    Mr Voss latest draft expands the scope of the censorship machines proposal to all web platforms (a) whose purpose is to give access to copyrighted content uploaded by users and which (b) optimise that content. What counts as optimising? Among a long list of actions, we find that displaying the uploads already makes platforms legally liable for any copyright infringement they may include (Recital 37a).

    And in his version, web services cant even avoid liability by implementing upload filters. To protect themselves from being sued, they would need to get licenses from all rightsholders that exist on the planet before allowing user uploads to go online, just in case the upload may contain (parts of) any of their works.

    He also claims that checking every new user upload for whether it includes one of hundreds or thousands of specific copyrighted works somehow does not constitute general monitoring (Recital 39), which would be forbidden now thats some wishful lawmaking.


Still, at the end of it all I'm suspicious. The {{{individual}}} sounding the alarm is {{{Julia Reda}}}. On her website, "My vision for Europe: Borderless"
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on May 30, 2018, 12:35:15 PM
The EU autocrats don't understand how the internet works. They are literally still on the level of "series of tubes". This will backfire spectacularly, especially since Europe has done jack shit to develop and keep digital competency so who is gonna enforce all these laws?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on May 30, 2018, 01:02:28 PM
The EU autocrats don't understand how the internet works. They are literally still on the level of "series of tubes". This will backfire spectacularly, especially since Europe has done jack shit to develop and keep digital competency so who is gonna enforce all these laws?

They only care about cracking down on mean white people.  They probably havent thought any further than that.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on May 30, 2018, 01:53:38 PM
It cracks me the fuck up to see EU autocrats try to legislate tech, when their own domestic tech companies have been hollowed out while the US and the Far East continue to innovate.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on May 30, 2018, 01:58:34 PM
EU is fighting with China when it comes to being not worth it tech wise. While China lures companies in to steal their IP, Europe is starting to make it a flat out nonstarter.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on May 31, 2018, 05:36:14 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQHQPWGc_bU

There is no pretense of democracy from any of the elites anymore.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [SWOLE]Grode Jar on May 31, 2018, 08:21:47 AM
The EU autocrats don't understand how the internet works. They are literally still on the level of "series of tubes". This will backfire spectacularly, especially since Europe has done jack shit to develop and keep digital competency so who is gonna enforce all these laws?

Europe is so far behind on tech development at this point.  I cannot legit think of any Euro tech company at all. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on May 31, 2018, 09:19:26 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQHQPWGc_bU

There is no pretense of democracy from any of the elites anymore.

i do not think this will work as the elites desire.  i am only concerned that five months is a long time and who knows what dirt will be turned up by the sleuths the establishment have working on the eurosceptics.  nothing will come up or it won't be important enough to matter, but that is my only apprehension. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on May 31, 2018, 09:37:48 AM
I may be biased, being a niggerdeath nazi and all but ((international financiers)) are really playing with fire when they pull the vote the way we want or else well ruin you strategy.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on May 31, 2018, 09:48:51 AM
I may be biased, being a niggerdeath nazi and all but ((international financiers)) are really playing with fire when they pull the vote the way we want or else well ruin you strategy.

*suddenly a mysterious jawbone confined to a desk drawer in Russia for over 80 years begins to rattle as if an arcane force is starting to reassemble it's body and bring it back to life*
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on May 31, 2018, 10:19:55 AM
The EU autocrats don't understand how the internet works. They are literally still on the level of "series of tubes". This will backfire spectacularly, especially since Europe has done jack shit to develop and keep digital competency so who is gonna enforce all these laws?

Europe is so far behind on tech development at this point.  I cannot legit think of any Euro tech company at all.

I think Nokia and their 5G network is it.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on May 31, 2018, 07:43:18 PM
denmark has banned the burqa in public places: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-01/denmark-joins-france-in-banning-wearing-of-face-veils-in-public/9823502

had a chuckle at this part:

Quote
Human rights group Amnesty International called the ban "a discriminatory violation of women's rights ... all women should be free to dress as they please and to wear clothing that expresses their identity or beliefs".

Ms Ibn Hssain, who said she had been yelled at and spat at in public for wearing the niqab, said she would stay for now in Denmark despite the ban.

"If I leave Denmark the politicians win. I feel what they deep down want is for Muslims to leave Denmark," she said.

i hope a danish politician reads this comments and takes it as a challenge.  get the fuck out with your barbarian parasitic culture, bitch.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: asip on May 31, 2018, 09:10:23 PM
I just sorta assumed Denmark was cucked.  :nixon:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on May 31, 2018, 09:36:48 PM
I just sorta assumed Denmark was cucked.  :nixon:

yes and no.  i've seen some cuckoldry coming out of them, but i think they had a degree of inoculation to the worst of aids due to the danish cartoonist events; this led to some reasonable actions like (BEFORE the refugee crisis) slashing benefits for newly arrived migrants and taking out ads in turkish newspapers to advertise the fact.  they are a few years ahead of the curve, although they have the underlying pathologies of western european states.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on May 31, 2018, 09:58:25 PM
Denmark took in some refugees a few decades ago who absolutely hate the new crop.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on June 04, 2018, 03:17:54 PM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/De0LnD_VMAAmfl6.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on June 04, 2018, 08:05:08 PM
Wtf is with that hand?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on June 05, 2018, 05:50:18 AM
It's a recycled meme about pajeets I think, so the hand was sposed to be dirty/hairy or something
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on June 19, 2018, 09:38:10 PM
As noted in this thread over the past month, the tyrannical Euroweenies running the European Union may soon use copyright (which in itself is basically a skeleton that is very rarely if ever put to use) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_law_of_the_European_Union) as a pretext to strangle free speech on the Internet and ban memes. PJW has more.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7t4J-q09ik
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: MY FURSONOUNS on June 19, 2018, 10:19:49 PM
As noted in this thread over the past month, the tyrannical Euroweenies running the European Union may soon use copyright (which in itself is basically a skeleton that is very rarely if ever put to use) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_law_of_the_European_Union) as a pretext to strangle free speech on the Internet and ban memes. PJW has more.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7t4J-q09ik

(https://i.imgur.com/yxBtZ0d.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugbox Kommissar on June 21, 2018, 03:50:37 PM
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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/06/italy-closes-ports-mediterranean-rescue-ships-180617123035268.html

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Italy closes ports for two more Mediterranean rescue ships

About a week after saying he would not let Aquarius dock, Matteo Salvin, Italy's new interior minister and head of the far-right League party, barred two more ships - the Lifeline and the Seefuch - from entering the country's ports.

Salvini accused the two rescue missions, both of which are run by German organisations, of "being complicit in the illegal immigration business".
Italy continues to be serious about slowing the enrichment process, Germany continues to reach new heights of cuckery. Italexit when?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on June 21, 2018, 06:03:17 PM
And those migrants that just got rejected by Italy are going to Spain instead just in time after a so convenient no-confidence vote that put some scumbag banker socialist in power, these fucks don't waste their time, also an FU to the EU, good luck trying to ban the internet for your corporate butt buddies.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on June 21, 2018, 09:46:31 PM
When I traveled to Madrid, there was a giant "REFUGEES WELCOME" banner in front of the government office there.  They're pozzed as fuck but ultimately the migrants don't stick around because Spain is practically a third world country and thus offers third world level of gibs.  They're going to be percolating into Britain or Germany as soon as they can.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Sassy Gay Y-Wing Pilot on June 22, 2018, 09:12:57 AM
Since the early 70's, the western Europe economy has nearly tripled but the average income, purchasing power as well as real disposable income has not only stagnated but has in many cases decreased.

The New Population hardly ever strikes anymore despite seeing nothing of the benefits of , again, an almost tripling economy since '77.

When we follow the money we see that the money has flowed to corporations and bloated  governments.

The willingness to strike withing the western workforce is decreasing substantially each year while economies, governments and corporations grow, and we systematically fail to benefit a single penny.

We are at the dawn of a brand new man who is apparently fine with a salary that has stagnated because in a modern western ethnically diverse professional culture there is no united solidarity support for standing up for employees interests, a new hivemind is whispering different things in our ear.


Kalergi wrote the plan to mix the races so that the European identity would go extinct.

The Rothschild banker family adopted and funded the plan the plan, George Soros plays a part here as well.

The UN is executing the plan, they cal lit replacement immigration.

Victor Orban of Hungary is one of the few leaders to address this huge deceit by the elite and together with Iceland were the first to drive the Rothschild bankers out of their countries.

It is imperative that we do the same, or we will continue to go down a path where all future wars, like past wars, will be banker-wars.

Jews never forget a perceived sleight and I can only wonder what they have in store for us.

The trend that is clearly visible in western Europe is that a more ethnic diverse workforce is far less likely to strike, tipping the power balance far in the favor of the very employees lobbying for more political policy influence in the Eu.

EU sees loyalty to a nation state as a tremendous problem in desperate need of fixing and these new people have 0 loyalty to their new EU countries, they even get to keep their original nations passport, and identity, so they are here for the money exclusively.

The very people monetizing on the consequences of an ethnically diverse workforce are the ones lobbying the EU for mass immigration, which in turn is forbidding us to notice the consequences of this ethnic diversity.

We are all the same but there is more profit to make when we become less the same.

Large numbers of foreign workers foster a new culture on the work-floor where striking is impossible, the inability to unite with these people  and to rise to a certain cause is manifest when considering the fact where these people come from, under what conditions they worked, they will look at you like you are mad because they are in a new context and do not understand your history: for them its all better then it was, that good enough, no need to make wrinkles in the water.

Politicians here play the trick all the time when confronting the indigenous people with more cutbacks on government services while raising taxes and increasing debt: they point to countries where it is worse, neglecting that people don't pay back breaking sums of tax to their governments there.

Race to the bottom where the lowest common denominator among the diverse masses becomes the latest sub par new standard.

Automatizing and Internationalization under the EU have given the elites a better way of milking their cattle dry.

In China industrial cities of millions of people are kept running, all shift continue, not because of supply and demand, but to stave off a revolution, a practical plan based on the saying "Idle hands are the devils playground".

People being put to fake work for a basic income seems preferable to me over basic income.

Money is essentially a materialization of time and energy (I get 10 euros per hour, not to eat out of my nose, but to exert a certain amount of energy / labor), by decoupling these things you essentially make money as worthless as overprinting.

People need to work for it otherwise you can not do anything with it, based on our collective trust in worth of currency.

The belief in the basic income does not seem economic, but sees it as a kind of idealistic post-religious redemption, the latter is subjective to me :)

We run the increasing risk of turning most of humanity obsolete because of automation.

People without purpose or goals have no meaning in their lives, it is hard to overstate how unhealthy that is, but like robots will be implemented to do whatever they can do, only because they can, never thinking whether we should, or regarding long term consequences.

It is certain that people will keep finding new ways to give their lives meaning, even, or especially when that starts meaning smashing robots.



Dark forces lurk behind the scenes pulling the strings for profit maximization at the expense of social cohesion and disposable income that goes up with a rising economy.

This is essentially what the EU was created for and is the reason employers with enough capital have full access to influence while the employees and voters have none, pay to play, the buying of influence leads to a policy creation that is favorable of mass immigration because they know it will lead to the lowering of the biggest hurdles for these companies: Salary.

Achmed might never work but he is good for credit creation for banks, the unemployed masses can be controlled through welfare and re-distributing wealth, the capitalist thirst for more consumers is replenished, a crisis delayed because all our pensions and hedge-funds are tied into consumer-spending and we are not having kids and are getting older.

I believe in the necessity of a balance of power between employees and employers, when only profit counts, and the worker has no power or protection many of us are going back to the Europe in the olden days of peasants and aristocrats.

What we are left with is a moldable, flexible compliant worker unable to form a collective fist because of different backgrounds, destroying the concept of the western blue collar worker is crucial, too expensive.

People are easily manipulated through emotion, not fact, 1 crying baby and all the carefullest formulated coherent well reasoned arguments go out the window.

The push for mass immigration is so cynical.

We already know what Mexicans do to a country: Mexico.

We already know what Moroccans do to a country: Morocco.

Taxpayers pay their government to protect their people, not turn their people into all people.

The western taxpayer is in no way responsible for the citizens of non western countries.

So why invite them over, the enthusiasm with which politicians greet these people is the same enthusiasm with which they loathe the western traditions.

The real problem is that white people hate white people.

The migrants are  wielded as an instrumnet by subversive organizations, a deliberate use of enforced and disproportionate mass immigration, especially from non-European countries, in order to bring in a Pan European single state dictatorship and destroy the indigenous pink/white nationalities, and therefore resistance, of Europe.

It is our civilization that will facilitate the end our civilization.

They talk a mean game about nuance, but don't nuance nuance itself.

It is important to notice that generalization is not necessarily worse than nuance.

A mayor of a town that is being vandalized by 800 soccer-fans has a decision to make, sent in the cops to bust the hooligans, or lose his town to destruction, he has to risk generalizing because among the  soccer-fans are bound to be innocents who will get hurt.

The Dynamo Open Air Festival here made a similar generalizing call in the 90's.

Hardcore was banned because it attracted too many troublemakers that spoiled the entire party.

If only we could apply similar logic to Islam.

Again, the brilliance is two-fold: The very racial differences and their consequences on a western society are punishable by personal/career destruction when dared to notice/reported publicly or in a semi-organized fashion, but these very differences and their consequences are exploited by the same people who will call you an inhumane racist monsters for noticing them.

In other words, the machinations wielded to create the economic consequences and corporate benefits of introducing ethnic diversity and other racial differences wielded by a cynical un-elected elite to divide and exploit and efficiently drain the new western workforce, is the same racial consequence you and I are forbidden to even notice.

Effectively shutting down dissent of the net payers while securing the positions of the beneficiaries, all while securing the longevity of the system.

Monetizing on the differences while telling us we are the same.

Lessons are learned more intrinsically when accomanied with some real physical pain.

Before Hitler, Germany had 32 political parties, the political cultural climate around Berlin 1932 was considered a grotesque comedy, Hitler merely needed to articulate what was happening in the minds of the German people and put a stop to selfish individualism.

It is important to notice that not only was Hitler democratically chosen by the people, the Eu's elemental structure was to remove democracy from Europe by implementing itself.

On the latest ballots in Holland we had 28 political parties.

Aspiring politicians get elected by running focus group testing on what the swing voters want, and then basing their campaign on that, the problem is that this works, it will get you elected, but you are not you anymore, you're a sham by then, a reflection of endless inconsistent unresponsive needs.

People benefit from vision but  wind up with the accumulation of their own nonsense.

Never give people what they want, it is not good for them, give them what they need.

Consumerism gives one a temporary notion of purpose and meaning, it quickly strokes the Ego longing for more while delaying the existential crisis of building an identity based on stuff.

The effects of exogenic influx are increasingly paternalistic governments dealing with the increasing infantilization of the diminishing western population.

Millennials brand themselves to find identity in products in an exchanging dynamic pace so rapidly that it is turning them into such ultimate marketing puppets that even the madmen in the 60's hovering over their cooling gin-vomit were never delirious enough to come up with this.

Freud's marketing cousin invented happiness as a social construct much like Trotski invented racism, both don't exist, but when people start believing that they do, they can be wielded to control people, and naturally a road to power for the ones who controls them.

Suffering is not something to be avoided, happiness is sold to you much  like the product that promises you to absolve you from it.

Both don't work and both are deeply rooted in lies.

One hundred and Twenty-Three billion dollars have disappeared from the EU in 2011 and, although clearly published, no one in Brussels knows in what darkness these taxpayers of the European taxpayer have fled.

Eurostat, the statistical office of the 27 EU countries, has measured the feeling that citizens have for the European institutions has reported a further 285 billion of our money is going into unfeasible projects: wasted money.

The EU and other globalists like women in positions of "power", these women wield no actual power, they are puppets, stringed along in part by their own desires to matter, they have no leadership abilities nor do they have to, they are instead selected for being compliant.

Possibly because they lack independant thought they are sycophants with a thirst for prestige.

This is what Orwell meant when he said women were the worst Nazi's.

Most Nazi's were not true believers at all, but the system benefited them more then not.

Intolerance is to act, to resist, which is power.

tolerance means to do nothing, which is weakness.

This is why historically intolerance beats tolerance, because tolerance is not a deed, it a the endless allowance of deeds being done to you.

And to make matters worse, the EU Commissioner for internal affairs Cecilia Malmstrm who promised to publish a report on this in early 2013 said that this would not happen, because the disappearance of the money is not transparent enough, in other words that ultimately nobody in Brussels knows exactly what happened to the 120 billion or where this money that went to the 28 EU countries, among other things, and where it was spent.

120 billion that means about 25% of the total budget that the EU spends on 'support'

Mother nature is not a communist.

These reports have seized to come out of the EU since, not because the fraude has stpped.


Now in Brussels the P.R. machine has shifted into fifth gear.

PR, Hapines and psychonaalyseis are constraints in the interset of social order.

Putting the cult in culture, the tendency to control man and his desires in lying the emphasis in mans internal conflict is a trick: mans internal conflict is critical, the sickness is the hive-mind in the system, the ghost in the machine steering us, telling the non conforming individual of his new ails, it is no testament of health to be adapted to a thoroughly diseased culture.

The empahsis is on controlling man more then freeing him.

Creating new sicknesses and therapies while "Curing" him from his suffering instead of listening to the truths in that suffering, "happiness" is the lie of a power-mad analytic psycho jew who will dangle it in front of you like an elusive carrot, racing with you in front of you, disappearing the moment you go do something else.

The irony is that you will feel a lot better the moment you stop chasing happiness.

Togetherness, connecting ability to cite only a few words that pushed down your throat by the EU, algorithms giving them the words we long to hear, creating false leadership, mirroring ourselves.

The word solidarity, with which Brussels tries to explain these most new costly measures, has been completely devalued as every EU citizen begins to feel the consequences of this disastrous megalomaniac project in his own way.

People are starting to notice that the fear spread by the EU over "hate groups" is a mere tool that projects and camouflages its own tyrannical ambitions.

The lobby circuit that focuses on the European Union (Commission and Parliament) is particularly extensive.

In Brussels, it is estimated that more than two thousand trade associations, 1850 non-governmental organizations, 850 commercial companies, 350 regional governments and 430 specialized (most British / American) law firms are active.

In addition, a large number of consultancy firms is active in Brussels. Many hundreds of organizations also advocate their case in the lobby circuit.

Investigations underway. Except "investigate these days means "buy time", sabotage, undermine, white wash"

Engineering consent among the populace in an empty husk of a sham of a democracy construed by tyrants gets harder to do when identity politics starts creating near insulated data and contained  information bubbles, if everyone is dialing in their own channels, a unifying message that gets broadcast will remain unwatched.

The brutal trick played with well-meaning people in the West who support unlimited mass immigration and open borders is that they themselves are the unconscious victims of the worst kind of terrible and undesirable racist doctrine against them.

In a glorious mess of ignorance and zombie-like virtue signalling, they will gladly help and protest on behalf of these elements that want to see them destroyed.

That is how effective cognitive dissonance and propaganda has become and it is an example of how ultra progressiveness has degenerated into ultra-regressive.

Whoever wins is right and the Nazi's lost so they are wrong, but being underdogs in the west for 70+ years has forced us into the role of initiative, consequently putting the jew in a responsive position.

A lazy goy makes a lazy jew, like a lazy criminal makes for lazy cops.

Being in power long makes a collective dull, lazy, fat, sloppy, complacent, it's situational awareness drops and less likely to see new creative threats appear or how they operate.

Then the mouse outgrows the cat and the last shall be the first once more around the circle.

Globalist Elitists do everything for money but have no loyalty, they are unexposed and therefore all the more vulnerable to the dirt that they create, weakening them and killing their underdeveloped immune systems when they run out of our money to throw at us.

But perhaps this is wishful thinking at it's best.

Thank you for reading.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dog-O-Tron 5000v4.0 on June 22, 2018, 09:17:34 AM
5/10, you forgot to work in SCALE
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on June 22, 2018, 09:46:02 AM
When I get home Ill have my text to speech writer read that novel to me.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on June 22, 2018, 09:01:51 PM
i scanned it and all i got was he wants a return to the good old days of the '70s in the uk where strikes used to cause blackouts all the time and millions of man hours were lost

in australia there was something sillier a couple of decades back where miners at a remote worksite struck because they only had three flavours of ice cream in the mess
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Sassy Gay Y-Wing Pilot on June 23, 2018, 06:06:58 AM
"i scanned it and all i got was he wants a return to the good old days of the '70s in the uk where strikes used to cause blackouts all the time and millions of man hours were lost

in australia there was something sillier a couple of decades back where miners at a remote worksite struck because they only had three flavours of ice cream in the mess"

Sure, but what if at a later time they would only have two flavors ?

That's what I thought.

In all seriousness, you didn't read the manual for this post because this is exactly the conclusion you'd end up with if you didn't read the whole thing out loud to yourself in a badly mimicked voice of Kathleen Turner.

Try again.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on June 23, 2018, 07:31:11 AM
(https://i.imgur.com/6WdslvK.png)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on June 24, 2018, 10:57:36 PM
https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/06/body-of-raped-dog-found-inside-greek-refugee-camp/

Dont even click on the link, the URL sums it up
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Obese-n-Triggered on June 25, 2018, 12:23:21 AM
 :stonk:  :stonk:  :stare:  :stonk:  :stonk:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on June 25, 2018, 12:49:00 AM
https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/06/body-of-raped-dog-found-inside-greek-refugee-camp/

Dont even click on the link, the URL sums it up

fuck me.  it's even a harmless adorable little thing.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Tariq Aziz on June 25, 2018, 03:27:50 AM
Wonderful addition to the European continent, can't wait to share my tax roubles with them
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: GameDev Grade Dildo on June 25, 2018, 07:33:54 AM
"And why do you think you deserve refugee status?"

"I am being persecuted for my sexuality."
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Got Soylent? on June 26, 2018, 09:53:02 AM


The New Population hardly ever strikes anymore despite seeing nothing of the benefits of , again, an almost tripling economy since '77.



Most of your shit is retarded, but I'd like to comment on this.

My grandfather lived out in a tiny village on the coast, had his fishing boat and rifle and vegetable garden and woodstove and had no mortgage because he built his house himself on a piece of land his father owned. He had no electricity until the late 1960s and relied on a battery operated radio in the living room to get his information. If someone wanted him to work under unreasonable terms he could tell them to go fly the fuck and get by until something more reasonable came by.

Most people today have a mortgage or rent. All their food comes from a grocery store. They are connected to a centralized gird for power, information and home heating. If someone wants them to work under unreasonable conditions they can maybe hold out a month, two tops before their life is totally fucked.

You want to go live in a small house on land you own today with no mortgage and a woodstove and a big vegetable garden you're a weirdo and get turned into a social pariah, and no one wants to date you or hang out with you.

Corporate and government entities have successfully convinced us that there is no alternative to our current way of life and anyone who tries anything different is mentally ill. Advertising specifically tells you that you are weak and stupid and doing things yourself is too much hassle. They tell you need to go in debt to the phone company to get a new phone with new doodad every year and people do it. They've successfully snuffed out the flame of individualism with the ability to binge watch TV shows and get Afgan food at three in the morning. We are the ones driving the power imbalance and wealth inequity by behaving like by passive beasts of the pasture and allowing them to farm us for wealth and power. Then we look to the very ones we are giving power to fix it. What possible motivation do the people who have benefited most from the current system have to fix it? All you have to do is walk away and go live in a rural community, but we're so deluded into thinking the cosmopolitan western lifestyle of 2018 is the only option that no one walks away from it, they look down on anyone who does as a retard, and as a result the more independent rural lifestyle is dying. Even in rural areas, people have become opiate addled wards of the state and corporate entities.

I'm not saying you know, we need to give up all modern conveniences and live and die by the laws of nature, but there has to be a happy medium somewhere. It's at the point were people are willingly becoming debt slaves for iPhones and then asking the government to fix it because you need your iPhone to live.

So you say people today don't strike, well of course they don't. They're too afraid to give up their iPhones and nights out. Most people today think it's unfathomable to live without the internet. How fucked up is that? Just 30 years ago society functioned just fine without it, but now it's so indispensable that people actually argue that internet access should be a basic human right? I'm saying that as someone who uses the internet quite a lot. We've become way too reliant on the corporate and government tits and it's turned us all into fat lazy babies.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on June 26, 2018, 10:55:44 AM


The New Population hardly ever strikes anymore despite seeing nothing of the benefits of , again, an almost tripling economy since '77.



Most of your shit is retarded, but I'd like to comment on this.

My grandfather lived out in a tiny village on the coast, had his fishing boat and rifle and vegetable garden and woodstove and had no mortgage because he built his house himself on a piece of land his father owned. He had no electricity until the late 1960s and relied on a battery operated radio in the living room to get his information. If someone wanted him to work under unreasonable terms he could tell them to go fly the fuck and get by until something more reasonable came by.

Most people today have a mortgage or rent. All their food comes from a grocery store. They are connected to a centralized gird for power, information and home heating. If someone wants them to work under unreasonable conditions they can maybe hold out a month, two tops before their life is totally fucked.

You want to go live in a small house on land you own today with no mortgage and a woodstove and a big vegetable garden you're a weirdo and get turned into a social pariah, and no one wants to date you or hang out with you.

Corporate and government entities have successfully convinced us that there is no alternative to our current way of life and anyone who tries anything different is mentally ill. Advertising specifically tells you that you are weak and stupid and doing things yourself is too much hassle. They tell you need to go in debt to the phone company to get a new phone with new doodad every year and people do it. They've successfully snuffed out the flame of individualism with the ability to binge watch TV shows and get Afgan food at three in the morning. We are the ones driving the power imbalance and wealth inequity by behaving like by passive beasts of the pasture and allowing them to farm us for wealth and power. Then we look to the very ones we are giving power to fix it. What possible motivation do the people who have benefited most from the current system have to fix it? All you have to do is walk away and go live in a rural community, but we're so deluded into thinking we the cosmopolitan western lifestyle of 2018 that no one walks away from it, they look down on anyone who does as a retard, and as a result the more independent rural lifestyle is dying. Even in rural areas, people have become opiate addled wards of the state and corporate entities.

I'm not saying you know, we need to give up all modern conveniences and live and die by the laws of nature, but there has to be a happy medium somewhere. It's at the point were people are willingly becoming debt slaves for iPhones and then asking the government to fix it because you need your iPhone to live.

So you say people today don't strike, well of course they don't. They're too afraid to give up their iPhones and nights out. Most people today think it's unfathomable to live without the internet. How fucked up is that? Just 30 years ago society functioned just fine without it, but now it's so indispensable that people actually argue that internet access should be a basic human right? I'm saying that as someone who uses the internet quite a lot. We've become way too reliant on the corporate and government tits and it's turned us all into fat lazy babies.

My modern day version of this is paying $40 a month for internet and using a decommissioned smartphone to mooch off WiFi in order to communicate on the go. "Lemme find a place with free WiFi" could have easily been the modern equivalent of "Lemme find a payphone." Sometimes I almost wish cell phone service costed several thousand dollars a month or you had to be disabled to have it, just so it would be taboo to actually pay for something so unnecessary yet so enforced by mainstream norms.

The food version of this is not putting anything in your mouth that (generally speaking) came in a package or has a logo.

When you factor in free media from BitTorrent and roms/emulators for gaming, this is an unfathomably luxurious/frivolous lifestyle, for even a billionare by our grandfather's standards, yet in the year of the ingrate, 2018, this is a life of poverty and suffering, because "UGHHHHH, I have to download it?!"
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: MY FURSONOUNS on June 26, 2018, 11:03:24 AM
not to mention all of the studies that show virtually everyone carries five digits of credit card debt and that most households couldn't come up with a spare $1000 in a month to cover something unexpected

too many people live hand-to-mouth, go into debt to pay for shit they don't need and can't afford, and end up so deep underwater that everything costs them 20% more than it should once you factor in the interest they're paying

of course, making sacrifices/roughing it/being self-reliant is hard, and how can the delicate flowers of america possibly be expected to do something uncomfortable?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Got Soylent? on June 26, 2018, 11:15:50 AM


The New Population hardly ever strikes anymore despite seeing nothing of the benefits of , again, an almost tripling economy since '77.



Most of your shit is retarded, but I'd like to comment on this.

My grandfather lived out in a tiny village on the coast, had his fishing boat and rifle and vegetable garden and woodstove and had no mortgage because he built his house himself on a piece of land his father owned. He had no electricity until the late 1960s and relied on a battery operated radio in the living room to get his information. If someone wanted him to work under unreasonable terms he could tell them to go fly the fuck and get by until something more reasonable came by.

Most people today have a mortgage or rent. All their food comes from a grocery store. They are connected to a centralized gird for power, information and home heating. If someone wants them to work under unreasonable conditions they can maybe hold out a month, two tops before their life is totally fucked.

You want to go live in a small house on land you own today with no mortgage and a woodstove and a big vegetable garden you're a weirdo and get turned into a social pariah, and no one wants to date you or hang out with you.

Corporate and government entities have successfully convinced us that there is no alternative to our current way of life and anyone who tries anything different is mentally ill. Advertising specifically tells you that you are weak and stupid and doing things yourself is too much hassle. They tell you need to go in debt to the phone company to get a new phone with new doodad every year and people do it. They've successfully snuffed out the flame of individualism with the ability to binge watch TV shows and get Afgan food at three in the morning. We are the ones driving the power imbalance and wealth inequity by behaving like by passive beasts of the pasture and allowing them to farm us for wealth and power. Then we look to the very ones we are giving power to fix it. What possible motivation do the people who have benefited most from the current system have to fix it? All you have to do is walk away and go live in a rural community, but we're so deluded into thinking we the cosmopolitan western lifestyle of 2018 that no one walks away from it, they look down on anyone who does as a retard, and as a result the more independent rural lifestyle is dying. Even in rural areas, people have become opiate addled wards of the state and corporate entities.

I'm not saying you know, we need to give up all modern conveniences and live and die by the laws of nature, but there has to be a happy medium somewhere. It's at the point were people are willingly becoming debt slaves for iPhones and then asking the government to fix it because you need your iPhone to live.

So you say people today don't strike, well of course they don't. They're too afraid to give up their iPhones and nights out. Most people today think it's unfathomable to live without the internet. How fucked up is that? Just 30 years ago society functioned just fine without it, but now it's so indispensable that people actually argue that internet access should be a basic human right? I'm saying that as someone who uses the internet quite a lot. We've become way too reliant on the corporate and government tits and it's turned us all into fat lazy babies.

My modern day version of this is paying $40 a month for internet and using a decommissioned smartphone to mooch off WiFi in order to communicate on the go. "Lemme find a place with free WiFi" could have easily been the modern equivalent of "Lemme find a payphone." Sometimes I almost wish cell phone service costed several thousand dollars a month or you had to be disabled to have it, just so it would be taboo to actually pay for something so unnecessary yet so enforced by mainstream norms.

When you factor in free media from BitTorrent and roms/emulators for gaming, this is an unfathomably luxurious/frivolous lifestyle, for even a billionare by our grandfather's standards, yet in the year of the ingrate, 2018, this is a life of poverty and suffering, because "UGHHHHH, I have to download it?!"

I buy virtually everything I can used. Society creates such excess wealth that there's generally always a glut of used stuff in perfectly fine condition for a fraction of the cost of buying it new, and it allows me to live pretty high on the hog without any debt besides my mortgage and I have a decent nest egg. But like most things that are perfectly reasonable and save you money in the long run, it's looked down upon almost as if some mysterious force is compelling people to buy everything new. I've been using "last year's phone" and off-lease refurbished computers for a decade.

We bought a stove on Kijiji last year for $200. It works perfectly fine. They baby boomer guy who sold it told me they got a new stainless steel fridge so now they had to upgrade all their kitchen appliances to stainless steel. People like that are totally mental.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on June 26, 2018, 11:31:33 AM
I buy virtually everything I can used. Society creates such excess wealth that there's generally always a glut of used stuff in perfectly fine condition for a fraction of the cost of buying it new, and it allows me to live pretty high on the hog without any debt besides my mortgage and I have a decent nest egg. But like most things that are perfectly reasonable and save you money in the long run, it's looked down upon almost as if some mysterious force is compelling people to buy everything new. I've been using "last year's phone" and off-lease refurbished computers for a decade.

We bought a stove on Kijiji last year for $200. It works perfectly fine. They baby boomer guy who sold it told me they got a new stainless steel fridge so now they had to upgrade all their kitchen appliances to stainless steel. People like that are totally mental.

Yep, this is how I get by with a family. I'd be fucked if it weren't for bubble wrap kids and their 21 gallon drum of hand sanitizer parents who are convinced their babies will literally get cancer and die if they come in contact with a 2nd hand car seat or stroller. So there I am to buy it for pennies on the dollar, take it home, rip off the disgusting/vomit covered fabric that devalued it by another $80 and replace it with a $45 replacement fabric package I bought online.

And thank god for the rising cost of summer camp! Fuck knows, if summer camp was even remotely affordable, I'd have to pony up the money for that instead of coordinating communal summer activities with other parents via Facebook, for free.

Here's to higher education taking the same route and eventually devaluing itself down to nothing so I can let the kids spend their college funds on shit that's actually worthwhile.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Slacktivist on June 26, 2018, 12:14:53 PM
I don't like the people at the top but you won't see me sympathizing too much with the people who can't muster up the will power to not upgrade their toys yearly without going into debt. We don't all need to live off the grid but just lol at people who can't dial back the hedonism for even a second.

And just now it occurs to me what a wonderfully funny paradox it is that people are going into debt to keep up appearances at the same time people are becoming more disconnected. I wonder how many goons won't talk to their neighbors but really care what other people think about their gizmos and kitchen appliances.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Trumpriarch on June 26, 2018, 07:37:19 PM
...but really care what other people think about their gizmos and kitchen appliances.

But if I don't have Google Home connected to my stainless steel appliances, redditors will laugh at me!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Sassy Gay Y-Wing Pilot on June 27, 2018, 11:37:58 AM
"Most of your shit is retarded, but I'd like to comment on this.

My grandfather lived out in a tiny village on the coast, had his fishing boat and rifle and vegetable garden and woodstove and had no mortgage because he built his house himself on a piece of land his father owned. He had no electricity until the late 1960s and relied on a battery operated radio in the living room to get his information. If someone wanted him to work under unreasonable terms he could tell them to go fly the fuck and get by until something more reasonable came by.

Most people today have a mortgage or rent. All their food comes from a grocery store. They are connected to a centralized gird for power, information and home heating. If someone wants them to work under unreasonable conditions they can maybe hold out a month, two tops before their life is totally fucked.

You want to go live in a small house on land you own today with no mortgage and a woodstove and a big vegetable garden you're a weirdo and get turned into a social pariah, and no one wants to date you or hang out with you.

Corporate and government entities have successfully convinced us that there is no alternative to our current way of life and anyone who tries anything different is mentally ill. Advertising specifically tells you that you are weak and stupid and doing things yourself is too much hassle. They tell you need to go in debt to the phone company to get a new phone with new doodad every year and people do it. They've successfully snuffed out the flame of individualism with the ability to binge watch TV shows and get Afgan food at three in the morning. We are the ones driving the power imbalance and wealth inequity by behaving like by passive beasts of the pasture and allowing them to farm us for wealth and power. Then we look to the very ones we are giving power to fix it. What possible motivation do the people who have benefited most from the current system have to fix it? All you have to do is walk away and go live in a rural community, but we're so deluded into thinking the cosmopolitan western lifestyle of 2018 is the only option that no one walks away from it, they look down on anyone who does as a retard, and as a result the more independent rural lifestyle is dying. Even in rural areas, people have become opiate addled wards of the state and corporate entities.

I'm not saying you know, we need to give up all modern conveniences and live and die by the laws of nature, but there has to be a happy medium somewhere. It's at the point were people are willingly becoming debt slaves for iPhones and then asking the government to fix it because you need your iPhone to live.

So you say people today don't strike, well of course they don't. They're too afraid to give up their iPhones and nights out. Most people today think it's unfathomable to live without the internet. How fucked up is that? Just 30 years ago society functioned just fine without it, but now it's so indispensable that people actually argue that internet access should be a basic human right? I'm saying that as someone who uses the internet quite a lot. We've become way too reliant on the corporate and government tits and it's turned us all into fat lazy babies."

I think this is a well reasoned post, the more rules you have in society the less people think for themselves,  and I agree people need to take personal responsibility over their lives.

The problem in socialist countries like The Netherlands and Belgium is that people get so conditioned by a high tax socials state taking care of them from the cradle to the grave, that a sudden shift away from that conditioning is like putting generations of sheltered animals in the wild all of a sudden, that is not going to end well.

It should at least be accompanied with lower taxes so that almost 50% of your paycheck isn't gone before you get it each month so it allows for some room for savings.

My problem is insane rising taxes, rising state debt, immense cutbacks on gov services for decades, and unelectable officials calling all the major shot concerning money and people (monetary, immigration) in an undemocratic EU.

We are beginning to see that you need a certain type of demographics and level of homogeneity for socialism to work.

My point about an ethnically diverse workforce was more about destroying the concept of the blue collar worker, a well respected worker, now viewed as a hurdle to overcome.

Older guys at ASML (chip-machine maker here) notice that the foreign workers do not participate in rallies, meetings ,strikes, they speak of a new culture on the work-floor because of this where it is every man for himself.

I bring that into connection with the EU because the EU allows large corporations to lobby pro immigration, while giving employees 0 influence on the creation of policy.

The biggest hurdle for large corporations being salary, a diverse workforce costs the employer less, because the new workforce is more tame, docile, won't stand up for its rights, if even aware of said rights.

So in a way the EU is monetizing on the direct results of differences in race while noticing differences in race is made a bannable offense for us.

They say we are one, but profit from diversity.

We have Euro's complaining about Americanization, and Americans complaining about Europanization, both have a point because we are globalizing. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on June 27, 2018, 11:56:06 AM
We have Euro's complaining about Americanization, and Americans complaining about Europanization, both have a point because we are globalizing.

No, us Americans have nothing to gain from Europanization. We can get along just fine as long as the increase in materials cost is met with extreme stubbornness in regards to the value of US dollars + decrease in taxes.

I have never met or worked with a global equity firm that's ever wanted anything but complete detachment from their European counterparts.

Trump's trade war will speak for this. The market was due for a correction, but here we are still chugging along in a massive economic boom with record growth.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Got Soylent? on June 27, 2018, 03:39:40 PM

The problem in socialist countries like The Netherlands and Belgium is that people get so conditioned by a high tax socials state taking care of them from the cradle to the grave, that a sudden shift away from that conditioning is like putting generations of sheltered animals in the wild all of a sudden, that is not going to end well.



This is a fair point. I'm originally from an extremely isolated town so I'm just a generation or two removed from people who had to learn to be self-sufficient or die. I do not know what it is to live in a country where people have been dependent on the state to the degree they are in Europe for generations. Like, I'm a nerdy guy, but I grew up in a society where you cut wood for your allowance and everyone learned to fish and use guns and tools and ride ATVs when they are children. It's dying though man. There are less than 70 people left back home and I don't think any of them are under 60, and the only store closed 20 years ago. Young people don't want to live in an isolated town with a long dirt road, no municipal government and only satellite internet. I worry that way of life will be totally dead in 30 or 40 years time and then there's no going back, and all we will have left is this which someone posted in another thread:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzA_kBOMIj0

I read about the exact same problem everywhere from West Virginia to Japan. Young people leaving rural areas to live in the cities and the rural areas are rapidly dying off.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Sassy Gay Y-Wing Pilot on June 28, 2018, 09:14:03 AM
"This is a fair point. I'm originally from an extremely isolated town so I'm just a generation or two removed from people who had to learn to be self-sufficient or die. I do not know what it is to live in a country where people have been dependent on the state to the degree they are in Europe for generations. Like, I'm a nerdy guy, but I grew up in a society where you cut wood for your allowance and everyone learned to fish and use guns and tools and ride ATVs when they are children. It's dying though man. There are less than 70 people left back home and I don't think any of them are under 60, and the only store closed 20 years ago. Young people don't want to live in an isolated town with a long dirt road, no municipal government and only satellite internet. I worry that way of life will be totally dead in 30 or 40 years time and then there's no going back, and all we will have left is this which someone posted in another thread:"

"What are all those people doing over there ?!, must be really good over there if there are so many people over there, surely 11 million people cant be wrong!" (gets eaten alive by depression).

People make all sorts of retarded decisions when in groups, its like some sort of hive mind, like grasshoppers triggering each other, mutating into an entirely different creature altogether.

Rural areas make different people, not just  environmental surroundings but the weather also I believe has a profound effect on who we are.

It is why people are far more inclined to vote left in cities and right in rural areas, the difference between "work hard, take personal responsibility, make your own way in life" and "hey your money is mine too you know".

The weak are more likely to seek safety in numbers, Resentment-based reasoning for Fear-based operating systems.

Then the validating and normalizing of bad behavior begins that could never happen in a small rural town, drawing in ever more useless fucks move to the city until its a colossal clusterfuck of retarded uselessness that always needs more of your money.

I live in the city.
 



Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on June 30, 2018, 08:58:36 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anflTyvUwBk

 :tuss:

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Backpfeifengesicht on June 30, 2018, 11:27:15 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anflTyvUwBk

 :tuss:

This is begging for a parody where at some point while that group of four blonde girls are talking they're just tackled and set upon by like a dozen migrants.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on July 06, 2018, 10:51:05 PM
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Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on July 06, 2018, 11:01:03 PM
Denmark is finally adopting truth in labeling laws I see.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Obese-n-Triggered on July 07, 2018, 12:07:40 AM
Like a locust swarm.

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Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Cool Wine Aunt on July 07, 2018, 12:16:14 AM
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Deport them all to Zach Beauchamp's house instead.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on July 07, 2018, 01:15:59 AM
China has already taken more resources in the last decade from Africa than the entire western world in the last 200 years.

Start sending the migrants to china and tell them how the chinese owe them a high standard of living.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on July 07, 2018, 09:03:28 AM
China has already taken more resources in the last decade from Africa than the entire western world in the last 200 years.

Start sending the migrants to china and tell them how the chinese owe them a high standard of living.

Well, about that...

https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/06/27/china-wont-take-in-refugees-stephen-mosher/

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That means theyre not interested in taking refugees from another country or another culture because the CCP will say those people are inferior and those people do not deserve to live in the great Republic of China because they are not Han Chinese.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [SWOLE]Grode Jar on July 08, 2018, 11:17:09 AM

The problem in socialist countries like The Netherlands and Belgium is that people get so conditioned by a high tax socials state taking care of them from the cradle to the grave, that a sudden shift away from that conditioning is like putting generations of sheltered animals in the wild all of a sudden, that is not going to end well.



This is a fair point. I'm originally from an extremely isolated town so I'm just a generation or two removed from people who had to learn to be self-sufficient or die. I do not know what it is to live in a country where people have been dependent on the state to the degree they are in Europe for generations. Like, I'm a nerdy guy, but I grew up in a society where you cut wood for your allowance and everyone learned to fish and use guns and tools and ride ATVs when they are children. It's dying though man. There are less than 70 people left back home and I don't think any of them are under 60, and the only store closed 20 years ago. Young people don't want to live in an isolated town with a long dirt road, no municipal government and only satellite internet. I worry that way of life will be totally dead in 30 or 40 years time and then there's no going back, and all we will have left is this which someone posted in another thread:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzA_kBOMIj0

I read about the exact same problem everywhere from West Virginia to Japan. Young people leaving rural areas to live in the cities and the rural areas are rapidly dying off.

The major problem with rural areas is that there are zero jobs there now.  There are no small town factories, family farms no longer viable for making money, and you will have few customers for a service type job.  People leave not because they want to live in a city of 5 million people but because that's where the jobs are.  Most people hate living in huge cities but they have no real choice now.  All factories and industry jobs are located near cities along with everything else. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Got Soylent? on July 09, 2018, 07:41:41 AM

The problem in socialist countries like The Netherlands and Belgium is that people get so conditioned by a high tax socials state taking care of them from the cradle to the grave, that a sudden shift away from that conditioning is like putting generations of sheltered animals in the wild all of a sudden, that is not going to end well.



This is a fair point. I'm originally from an extremely isolated town so I'm just a generation or two removed from people who had to learn to be self-sufficient or die. I do not know what it is to live in a country where people have been dependent on the state to the degree they are in Europe for generations. Like, I'm a nerdy guy, but I grew up in a society where you cut wood for your allowance and everyone learned to fish and use guns and tools and ride ATVs when they are children. It's dying though man. There are less than 70 people left back home and I don't think any of them are under 60, and the only store closed 20 years ago. Young people don't want to live in an isolated town with a long dirt road, no municipal government and only satellite internet. I worry that way of life will be totally dead in 30 or 40 years time and then there's no going back, and all we will have left is this which someone posted in another thread:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzA_kBOMIj0

I read about the exact same problem everywhere from West Virginia to Japan. Young people leaving rural areas to live in the cities and the rural areas are rapidly dying off.

The major problem with rural areas is that there are zero jobs there now.  There are no small town factories, family farms no longer viable for making money, and you will have few customers for a service type job.  People leave not because they want to live in a city of 5 million people but because that's where the jobs are.  Most people hate living in huge cities but they have no real choice now.  All factories and industry jobs are located near cities along with everything else.

There's definitely more to it than that. I've seen it first hand. I'm from a rural town of under 200 people and I live in a city with 25-30k people several hours away from any other population center now, so I see and hear a lot of this stuff. Even in rural towns with say 1,500-3,000 people where there is an employer, such as a fish processing plant or an oil refinery,  you end up with a heavy volume of Filipinos getting shipped in to do the lower paying work and entire businesses springing up based on busing people from the city to high-paying projects located in rural areas.

There is a huge body of evidence across the media, pop culture and social media right now that conflicts with your statement that  "Most people hate living in huge cities but they have no real choice now." I think people are attracted to a cosmopolitan lifestyle. This is not a new phenomenon. It's just intensified over the last 20 years.

Do you know how many times I've seen young people justify the choice to live in Toronto despite the high cost of living because it's a "World class city" online? This is hilarious, because they try to compare it to London or New York, and when you point out that in terms of demographics and population density it's closer to a Chicago they have a meltdown. But why do they have a meltdown? Why is it important to them to be a person who lives in a "World class city"? I think that the narrative that people from the city are smart and sophisticated and people from the country are a bunch of dumb, inbred bumpkins that has existed for a long time has intensified because we have become a society whose sole purpose is to consume media and most media comes from the city and thus portrays the city in a positive light so you're constantly being hammered over the head with the idea that all the smart young vibrant people move to the city and it because a self-fulfilling prophecy.

You know, I agree with you insofar as there are many people who do not want to leave rural areas but are forced to because of a lack of work, that's why I left, but I think you're willfully blind if you don't think a huge percentage of young people, perhaps even the majority, in the western world express a desire to go live this life based on constant stimulation, pleasure and hedonism in a place like New York City. More importantly, they want the be seen living this lifestyle online. It's just as important that people know they are living a cosmopolitan lifestyle as it is to live one.

But I'm a weirdo anyway. I'm a guy in his mid-30s who still posts on forums in 2018 whose idea of a good time is walking to the gas station and getting an ice cream and then sitting in the yard and watching his carrots grow. I find most people's lifestyles depressing and excessive.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on July 09, 2018, 08:14:54 AM
I just got back from New Hampshire and am pretty much having a quarter life crisis in realizing that for the cost of a Massachusetts homeless shack, I could move to the lakes region, live in a Hollywood hills style mansion, spend my summers partying on a boat while shooting off fireworks and never have to sit in traffic or take public transit.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Shakebox on July 09, 2018, 09:17:20 AM
I just got back from New Hampshire and am pretty much having a quarter life crisis in realizing that for the cost of a Massachusetts homeless shack, I could move to the lakes region, live in a Hollywood hills style mansion, spend my summers partying on a boat while shooting off fireworks and never have to sit in traffic or take public transit.

Aren't you an IT guy? Find a job that lets you work remotely and move then.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on July 09, 2018, 10:57:55 AM
Aren't you an IT guy? Find a job that lets you work remotely and move then.

I'm yet to reach a point in my career where I can work remotely and retain the same value + the only "remote work" ads I see are either advertised globally and have a huge amount of competition (thus reducing the pay potential) or are "Work from home and be your own boss!" scams.

I am however wondering just how "little" employment there actually is around places like that. There have to be scattered office parks/buildings and cellular telecommunication services are pretty big up there.

I can't imagine many up-and-coming DBAs or systems administrators are ditching big-city IT work in order to go compete for that network admin position over at 243 Fountainview Drive, Office Park out in Londonderry.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on July 09, 2018, 11:04:03 AM
Im under the impression that companies dont like remote workers as companies seem to think having a guy sit in a cubicle in an office for 8hrs(and maybe do 3hrs of actual work) is a better way to maintain control and productivity. In truth I think its also about decorum(I got into an argument with a boomer about this in relation to Dr.s wearing ties vs scrubs.)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: blasting_asshole on July 09, 2018, 11:34:19 AM
I'm anti-work from home and while I'll be projecting my own issues with working from home, I've also never had a coworker do a better job when working remotely than they did when physically in the office/on location. Shit can get done, but not to the same tune and efficiency as when everyone is physically present.

There are so many barriers to overcome that when you add it all up, it's probably more bullshit to deal with than a 1 hour commute.
-A flawless VPN connection that doesn't create any network vulnerabilities, which you don't see too often.
-A landline office VoIP phone that's ported over because fuck you if you think your sail fawn is good enough.
-A way to collaborate that can replace notes, stickies and hand drawn diagrams, which I'm yet to find.
-A decent enough work environment that isn't your kitchen table or office that the wife/kids can barge into. (So far, the cuckshed is the most practical thing I've ever seen for decent WFH environment)

The odds are stacked against WFH favorability. There are so many instances and "what ifs" your average neckbeard theoretically could find a quick solution to, but chances are said solution requires instillation/updates/maintenance and will eventually falter in some way when you need it most. "Ok, just hop on NetworkMeetingShare and we can get started. Oh it's out of date? Ok, I'll hang tight while you update. Ugh an admin password? Ok, call the helpdesk and have them enter it for you."

Aside from that the co-worker's cell phone service is always spotty, they never have direct/immediate access to their work environment, they go out on errands for the wife, there's background nonsense going on and approvals take 15 minutes longer than they would if the person was simply onsite. If they need to hop on their workstation quickly, it's a VPN 2 factor authentication re-connection process instead of just a quick password entry.

"Hang on guys! Gimme a sec, I gotta find my key FOB so I can enter my 15 digit RSA token. NOT NOW HONEY, I'M ON THE PHONE! Where the heck did I put that thing?! Shoot! I got it wrong and now I'm locked out, I'll be right back, I gotta call the helpdesk."

My company offers it whenever we need to take it, but on the management side it's a strictly "if you must" unwritten rule and on my end, my workday winds up being much longer when working from home, because of all the distractions and nonsense I have to put up with and/or elect to put up with by my own choosing.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on July 09, 2018, 12:29:14 PM
I dont disagree, I guess it comes down to the kind of work you do. I have those same software issues at my current job now. The WFH people generally have the network configured for them as far as I know. But even they complain about the kids and dogs stuff. Im still gonna side with, if you dont need them physically there than why make them come in?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Slacktivist on July 09, 2018, 03:10:51 PM
Do you know how many times I've seen young people justify the choice to live in Toronto despite the high cost of living because it's a "World class city" online? This is hilarious, because they try to compare it to London or New York, and when you point out that in terms of demographics and population density it's closer to a Chicago they have a meltdown. But why do they have a meltdown? Why is it important to them to be a person who lives in a "World class city"? I think that the narrative that people from the city are smart and sophisticated and people from the country are a bunch of dumb, inbred bumpkins that has existed for a long time has intensified because we have become a society whose sole purpose is to consume media and most media comes from the city and thus portrays the city in a positive light so you're constantly being hammered over the head with the idea that all the smart young vibrant people move to the city and it because a self-fulfilling prophecy.

I'm firmly convinced that the issue at the core of everything wrong with Gen Y and Z is that they are taught that there is nothing in the world worse than being humble and average. That if your life is merely good you've made a mistake and you are the center of the world, the spark of your generation, destined to change things by the sheer strength of just your ideas. It doesn't mesh well with the reality of being a middle of the road mind or even a lousy student, yet they have this arrogance that prevents them from settling in as a happy cog. They'd rather be a starving artist(yet they lack the discipline to create everyday so they aren't capable artists either!) because a martyr is more exciting than a bumpkin to them.

They think we are so far beyond the point of a man simply sitting on his own property with a growing family and a pantry full of food for the tough season ahead. Of course we are, we're quite far past frontier days. But even the amazing specialists that propel technology ahead are only a small percentage of the population, smaller still compared to every person that has ever lived or will live. They are supported by a base that keeps things stable and the millennial dolt thinks being part of that base is living death.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on July 09, 2018, 03:23:22 PM
Work from home is what women do so they can get paid a full time salary for camwhoring.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on July 09, 2018, 03:38:04 PM
Only Canadians would consider Toronto a world class city.  Its just four city blocks surrounded by endless suburbs and grotesque multi-story apartment buildings. 
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on July 09, 2018, 03:42:58 PM
Work from home is what women do so they can get paid a full time salary for camwhoring.
If only I could make a living wage by working 6hrs a week badly playing video games and posting pictures of my bobbs and vagine with captions like Im shy.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on July 09, 2018, 03:53:05 PM
Do you know how many times I've seen young people justify the choice to live in Toronto despite the high cost of living because it's a "World class city" online? This is hilarious, because they try to compare it to London or New York, and when you point out that in terms of demographics and population density it's closer to a Chicago they have a meltdown. But why do they have a meltdown? Why is it important to them to be a person who lives in a "World class city"? I think that the narrative that people from the city are smart and sophisticated and people from the country are a bunch of dumb, inbred bumpkins that has existed for a long time has intensified because we have become a society whose sole purpose is to consume media and most media comes from the city and thus portrays the city in a positive light so you're constantly being hammered over the head with the idea that all the smart young vibrant people move to the city and it because a self-fulfilling prophecy.

I'm firmly convinced that the issue at the core of everything wrong with Gen Y and Z is that they are taught that there is nothing in the world worse than being humble and average. That if your life is merely good you've made a mistake and you are the center of the world, the spark of your generation, destined to change things by the sheer strength of just your ideas. It doesn't mesh well with the reality of being a middle of the road mind or even a lousy student, yet they have this arrogance that prevents them from settling in as a happy cog. They'd rather be a starving artist(yet they lack the discipline to create everyday so they aren't capable artists either!) because a martyr is more exciting than a bumpkin to them.

They think we are so far beyond the point of a man simply sitting on his own property with a growing family and a pantry full of food for the tough season ahead. Of course we are, we're quite far past frontier days. But even the amazing specialists that propel technology ahead are only a small percentage of the population, smaller still compared to every person that has ever lived or will live. They are supported by a base that keeps things stable and the millennial dolt thinks being part of that base is living death.

Very ironic that this generation is thoroughly underwhelming though.  Just a mass of passive consumers who graze on corn-enriched food and soy-enriched media.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on July 09, 2018, 04:34:59 PM
My favorite argument is all the culture and foods you experience in a big city. This is great for two reasons:
1) It shows that they either eat out all the time and their crying about life being too expensive is entirely self-inflicted
2) Their life is so void of substance that food is that much of a concern

Like I get an exotic/good meal from time to time is a pleasure, but justifying paying an extra $1,000 a month is completely retarded when you could once a month fly somewhere, stay there for a weekend, and fly back for less.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on July 09, 2018, 06:03:40 PM
You could buy overpriced ethnic food made by a third worlder who I'm sure definitely washed his hands after taking a shit, definitely uses fresh non-expired ingredients, and definitely won't fuck up your order at all.  Or you could just look up the ingredients online, get them from anywhere in the country thanks to online ordering, and cook it yourself, which likely tastes better and is cheaper and isn't made by a filthy foreigner.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on July 09, 2018, 06:26:12 PM
Do you know how many times I've seen young people justify the choice to live in Toronto despite the high cost of living because it's a "World class city" online? This is hilarious, because they try to compare it to London or New York, and when you point out that in terms of demographics and population density it's closer to a Chicago they have a meltdown. But why do they have a meltdown? Why is it important to them to be a person who lives in a "World class city"? I think that the narrative that people from the city are smart and sophisticated and people from the country are a bunch of dumb, inbred bumpkins that has existed for a long time has intensified because we have become a society whose sole purpose is to consume media and most media comes from the city and thus portrays the city in a positive light so you're constantly being hammered over the head with the idea that all the smart young vibrant people move to the city and it because a self-fulfilling prophecy.

I'm firmly convinced that the issue at the core of everything wrong with Gen Y and Z is that they are taught that there is nothing in the world worse than being humble and average. That if your life is merely good you've made a mistake and you are the center of the world, the spark of your generation, destined to change things by the sheer strength of just your ideas. It doesn't mesh well with the reality of being a middle of the road mind or even a lousy student, yet they have this arrogance that prevents them from settling in as a happy cog. They'd rather be a starving artist(yet they lack the discipline to create everyday so they aren't capable artists either!) because a martyr is more exciting than a bumpkin to them.

They think we are so far beyond the point of a man simply sitting on his own property with a growing family and a pantry full of food for the tough season ahead. Of course we are, we're quite far past frontier days. But even the amazing specialists that propel technology ahead are only a small percentage of the population, smaller still compared to every person that has ever lived or will live. They are supported by a base that keeps things stable and the millennial dolt thinks being part of that base is living death.
To add to this, I find many liberals share the same view on suburban living and normalcy as this song that was probably written by a lesbian.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUoXtddNPAM
You will notice that many of the commenters are from some college board somewhere. I wonder what they think the alternative is? Do they think there is some sort of nobility living in squalor in the city?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: MY FURSONOUNS on July 09, 2018, 06:33:28 PM
You could buy overpriced ethnic food made by a third worlder who I'm sure definitely washed his hands after taking a shit, definitely uses fresh non-expired ingredients, and definitely won't fuck up your order at all.  Or you could just look up the ingredients online, get them from anywhere in the country thanks to online ordering, and cook it yourself, which likely tastes better and is cheaper and isn't made by a filthy foreigner.

cultural appropriation!  :librage:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on July 09, 2018, 06:53:12 PM
Do you know how many times I've seen young people justify the choice to live in Toronto despite the high cost of living because it's a "World class city" online? This is hilarious, because they try to compare it to London or New York, and when you point out that in terms of demographics and population density it's closer to a Chicago they have a meltdown. But why do they have a meltdown? Why is it important to them to be a person who lives in a "World class city"? I think that the narrative that people from the city are smart and sophisticated and people from the country are a bunch of dumb, inbred bumpkins that has existed for a long time has intensified because we have become a society whose sole purpose is to consume media and most media comes from the city and thus portrays the city in a positive light so you're constantly being hammered over the head with the idea that all the smart young vibrant people move to the city and it because a self-fulfilling prophecy.

I'm firmly convinced that the issue at the core of everything wrong with Gen Y and Z is that they are taught that there is nothing in the world worse than being humble and average. That if your life is merely good you've made a mistake and you are the center of the world, the spark of your generation, destined to change things by the sheer strength of just your ideas. It doesn't mesh well with the reality of being a middle of the road mind or even a lousy student, yet they have this arrogance that prevents them from settling in as a happy cog. They'd rather be a starving artist(yet they lack the discipline to create everyday so they aren't capable artists either!) because a martyr is more exciting than a bumpkin to them.

They think we are so far beyond the point of a man simply sitting on his own property with a growing family and a pantry full of food for the tough season ahead. Of course we are, we're quite far past frontier days. But even the amazing specialists that propel technology ahead are only a small percentage of the population, smaller still compared to every person that has ever lived or will live. They are supported by a base that keeps things stable and the millennial dolt thinks being part of that base is living death.
To add to this, I find many liberals share the same view on suburban living and normalcy as this song that was probably written by a lesbian.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUoXtddNPAM
You will notice that many of the commenters are from some college board somewhere. I wonder what they think the alternative is? Do they think there is some sort of nobility living in squalor in the city?

Please note this woman's ethnic identity is mentioned at :24 into the video. I won't spoil it for you, but I assure you it's absolutely SHOCKING.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on July 10, 2018, 12:45:18 AM
Who's to say that two or four of those dorks in those little box houses are swingers or into real kinky stuff putting up a fake facade of normalcy and let their freak flags fly in private?  :colbert:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 21, 2018, 06:37:44 AM
https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/07/it-takes-twelve-germans-to-work-and-pay-taxes-in-order-to-fund-the-cost-of-just-one-migrant/

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To put it another way: assuming Minister Mllers calculation, each person seeking protection in Germany cost 30,000 euros per year or 2,500 euros per month.

This corresponds to the tax burden of twelve average earners (3,000 euros per month, tax class III). For an unaccompanied juvenile migrant the costs can go up to 5,000 euros per month, the author writes.

But the numbers for the average refugee or migrant could be even higher because of the many new long-term unemployed.

(https://media.giphy.com/media/NJZMSqRY3rG9i/giphy.gif)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 23, 2018, 07:23:45 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICuiwl0mXhQ

I like how calm and reasonable the Hungarian foreign minister looks compared to the rabid and deranged BBC "journalist".
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Ossipago on July 23, 2018, 09:13:03 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICuiwl0mXhQ

I like how calm and reasonable the Hungarian foreign minister looks compared to the rabid and deranged BBC "journalist".

Yeah.  There is or are one or two questions I think he might've handled better, but on the whole his calm and intelligent responses and refusal to entertain BBC bullshit is refreshing.  Of that he could've said better, I would've just liked him to point out that it is Western European nations who are aberrantly xenophilic by every other cultural or historical standard, rather than Eastern Europe being unusually xenophobic.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on July 23, 2018, 04:46:48 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICuiwl0mXhQ

I like how calm and reasonable the Hungarian foreign minister looks compared to the rabid and deranged BBC "journalist".
That cunt is always rabid and deranged. She did one recently with John Cleese, and he just laughed in her face when she got deranged.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: GameDev Grade Dildo on July 23, 2018, 05:22:07 PM
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_Maitlis

Just CTRL-F. You already know what for.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on July 23, 2018, 05:39:02 PM
Didn't even think to check.

 :facepalm:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dem Wypipo on July 31, 2018, 10:50:46 PM

Can Franzo confirm that this is what these jigaboos are saying?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on August 01, 2018, 03:14:09 AM
I have no idea what the fuck they're saying, sounds like a bunch of eeking and ooking to me.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on August 01, 2018, 04:49:04 AM
An error has occurred in translating your text from BixNood to French. The result may be partial or incorrect. Please try again later.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on August 07, 2018, 07:51:48 PM
https://voiceofeurope.com/2018/08/italys-interior-minister-wants-to-fund-pro-italian-family-policy-with-taxes-for-migrants/#.W2nSzLFi1Mw.twitter

Goddamn, Italy is kicking ass these days
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on August 07, 2018, 09:23:18 PM
It was odd how far Italy fell in the first place. 10 years ago their supreme court said it was legal to racially profile gypsies because they were all criminals
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on August 07, 2018, 09:38:45 PM
It was odd how far Italy fell in the first place. 10 years ago their supreme court said it was legal to racially profile gypsies because they were all criminals

Italy always had among the most notoriously high corruption levels in the West. I'd suspect their own Democrat party managed to get in under the guise of "anti-corruption" and then import in a bunch of Africans when no one was suspecting such a thing would happen.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Duwango on August 17, 2018, 08:36:12 PM
The basic yet ingenious products that we take for granted though they symbolize the triumph of civilization are under attack. If they would ban lightbulbs, why not matches (https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1002350/European-Union-matches-strike-anywhere-ban-chemicals-Brussels-Brexit)?

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European Union officials have sparked fury by introducing new rules to ban strike anywhere matches.

The products are being replaced by safety matches, which can only be struck on the strip attached to the packet.

Until those too are found to be dangerous because someone might use them to start a fire.

Too bad Eurocrats werent around in the caveman days. This whole taming of fire thing would have been snuffed out with regulations in the beginning. Think of all the tragic fires that could have been avoided.

As for lightbulbs,

Quote
The news comes as the EU prepares to ban the sale of halogen lightbulbs at the end of the month.

The measure, which aims to reduce energy use, means households will be forced to buy more expensive LED lights from September.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: open-source jihad on September 12, 2018, 08:35:50 AM
Lol article 13.

No amendments.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on September 12, 2018, 08:54:59 AM
I'm moderately confident that nobody in the EU has the technical skills to implement any of that shit in the first place.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: open-source jihad on September 12, 2018, 09:04:03 AM
As a programmer I fully endorse the above statement.

(Unless they get google or Microsoft or Facebook or someone similar to do it  :stonk:)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on September 12, 2018, 09:27:02 AM
Lol article 13.

No amendments.

The local media reported that the mandatory automatic upload filters were taken out.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: GameDev Grade Dildo on September 12, 2018, 03:50:53 PM


.(Unless they get google or Microsoft or Facebook or someone similar to do it  :stonk:)

No chance. First, you'd be asking the Jews to build a tool to make it easier for themselves to get taxed. Second, why miss a great chance to buy massively overpriced, barely-working software from a local company which totally does not have any business connection with the government? Bet there's going to be at least 20 such individually-purchased products, too.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dr. Hatchet-Wound on September 12, 2018, 10:44:25 PM

why miss a great chance to buy massively overpriced, barely-working software from a local company which totally does not have any business connection with the government? Bet there's going to be at least 20 such individually-purchased products, too.

My brother morty's boy, he's a programmah!
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on September 12, 2018, 11:19:43 PM


.(Unless they get google or Microsoft or Facebook or someone similar to do it  :stonk:)

No chance. First, you'd be asking the Jews to build a tool to make it easier for themselves to get taxed. Second, why miss a great chance to buy massively overpriced, barely-working software from a local company which totally does not have any business connection with the government? Bet there's going to be at least 20 such individually-purchased products, too.

Hard to tell. They do it for China. Problem is the EU will just continue to fine them anyway.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Shakebox on September 18, 2018, 08:38:17 PM
(https://i.imgur.com/b0aw9Vk.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hitlorr The Obniggerator on September 18, 2018, 10:08:50 PM
A wild Merchant appears in the land of the Pokemons!

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on September 18, 2018, 10:51:32 PM
A wild Merchant appears in the land of the Pokemons!


Look up everything the author's written for that fishwrap the Daily Beast- It's all international frugalist propaganda for race-mixing and open borders and the general destruction of Japanese culture. Not surprising I know, but so blatant.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hitlorr The Obniggerator on September 18, 2018, 11:38:43 PM
Yeah just been enjoying the response feeds from his several tweets relating to this. Very fun, and his retorts are some of the most pathetic I've ever witnessed.

Plus a meme I hadn't seen before!
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DnZUiB9X4AEiLZX.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: mitt romney on September 19, 2018, 12:08:08 AM
(https://i.imgur.com/AMxip3E.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on September 19, 2018, 02:05:14 AM
Yeah just been enjoying the response feeds from his several tweets relating to this. Very fun, and his retorts are some of the most pathetic I've ever witnessed.

Plus a meme I hadn't seen before!
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DnZUiB9X4AEiLZX.jpg)

do the needful and share this new meme
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on October 09, 2018, 10:13:18 PM
Holy shit.  Overthrow the EU now.

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Dr. Hatchet-Wound on October 09, 2018, 10:22:28 PM
Just think of all the authentic ethnic food one will be able to purchase from street carts and snap pics for IG. Hnnnnnnnnnngg
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on October 09, 2018, 11:08:02 PM
Holy shit.  Overthrow the EU now.

Guys that's just the worst case scenario. The suggested one allows only 400 million more refugees in.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: MY FURSONOUNS on October 10, 2018, 12:25:39 AM
Holy shit.  Overthrow the EU now.


fine.  empty africa.  let white western europeans take all of their museums' collections to africa and turn it into a paradise while the brown hordes shit all over the vacant stones of europe.

no backsies though.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: walrus rape strategy on October 10, 2018, 12:39:59 AM
Holy shit.  Overthrow the EU now.


fine.  empty africa.  let white western europeans take all of their museums' collections to africa and turn it into a paradise while the brown hordes shit all over the vacant stones of europe.

no backsies though.

With the amount of untapped resources that Africa has, white Europeans could turn it into an economic powerhouse.

E: Also about the EU report, do they seriously think they can pack half a billion people each into France and Spain? WTF was this committee smoking (other than the pipe of multiculti)?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: As a white male I on October 10, 2018, 01:06:52 AM
Or 332 million in Finland, a country populated by less than 6 million.

I think that's just some mathematical hypothesis based on population density/land area and not an actual suggestion, but still, fuck that noise. Some multicultist already suggested that Finland "needs" 2-3 million immigrants, which would be well enough to completely destroy the country.

Day of the rope can't come soon enough.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on October 10, 2018, 01:57:48 AM
Or 332 million in Finland, a country populated by less than 6 million.

I think that's just some mathematical hypothesis based on population density/land area and not an actual suggestion
, but still, fuck that noise. Some multicultist already suggested that Finland "needs" 2-3 million immigrants, which would be well enough to completely destroy the country.

Day of the rope can't come soon enough.
Spot on. Just some prick on Twitter trying to drum up a controversy from a table in an annex from a report in 2010.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hollywood Shabat Goy Yaro on October 10, 2018, 12:36:19 PM
I miss the old school 70s environmentalists whom were all about exterminating the lesser races to save the Earth.

Any bugman seriously suggesting North America, Australia and Europe should be wall to wall megacities full of brown trash should seriously be mulched a ala Waterworld for their transgressions against protecting the environment.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hitlorr The Obniggerator on October 10, 2018, 07:26:23 PM
Or 332 million in Finland, a country populated by less than 6 million.

I think that's just some mathematical hypothesis based on population density/land area and not an actual suggestion
, but still, fuck that noise. Some multicultist already suggested that Finland "needs" 2-3 million immigrants, which would be well enough to completely destroy the country.

Day of the rope can't come soon enough.
Spot on. Just some prick on Twitter trying to drum up a controversy from a table in an annex from a report in 2010.

It's the basis upon which they can say stuff like "see guys we can easily fit 3 million more refugees" ad infinitum
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on October 11, 2018, 02:30:07 PM
Or 332 million in Finland, a country populated by less than 6 million.

I think that's just some mathematical hypothesis based on population density/land area and not an actual suggestion
, but still, fuck that noise. Some multicultist already suggested that Finland "needs" 2-3 million immigrants, which would be well enough to completely destroy the country.

Day of the rope can't come soon enough.
Spot on. Just some prick on Twitter trying to drum up a controversy from a table in an annex from a report in 2010.

It's the basis upon which they can say stuff like "see guys we can easily fit 3 million more refugees" ad infinitum

Unsurprisingly Dave Hedgenigger misses the point
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on October 14, 2018, 01:23:12 AM
(https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DpZl6UBVsAAuzXO.jpg)

:razor:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on October 14, 2018, 02:52:44 PM
Surely a country that spits on the grave of their heroes has a bright and prosperous future ahead of them.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Sassy Gay Y-Wing Pilot on October 21, 2018, 09:38:12 AM
Migrants imported from Africa and the Middle East, into the Eu have no loyalty to their new host nations, so no chance of any nationalist sentiments towards their new host-nations among them.

It is Nationalism that is the main enemy of the EU.

I don't think that ever in the history of mankind there has been a leadership tasked with the protection of it's people, this engaged in replacing it's own people.

It is by far the most vile, disgusting case of public, open treason, to ever be on display.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBn1xi-hHpg
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: [HEAD NIGGER OF STRUG] anti-Semitic graphs on October 21, 2018, 07:23:06 PM
it would be really funny to watch Europe just hand over their land to the migrants and have all the natives move down into Africa to take over the now uninhabited land. Itd suddenly become dotted with Rhodesias while beautiful, centuries old European cities become copies of the alien neighborhoods from District 9 in less than a decade.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on October 26, 2018, 08:34:12 AM
The highest court in the European Union has ruled that freedom of speech doesn't apply when it comes to Islam.

https://www.trtworld.com/europe/defaming-prophet-muhammad-not-free-expression-european-court-rules-21125

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The ruling from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) comes after an Austrian national defamed Prophet Muhammads marriage in her seminars held in 2009.

Defaming the Prophet Muhammad goes beyond the permissible limits of an objective debate" and "could stir up prejudice and put at risk religious peace and thus exceeds the permissible limits of freedom of expression, ruled the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Thursday, upholding a lower court decision.

The decision by a seven-judge panel came after an Austrian national identified as Mrs. S. held two seminars in 2009, entitled Basic Information on Islam, in which she defamed Prophet Muhammads marriage.

According to a statement released by the court on Thursday, the Vienna Regional Criminal Court in February 2011 convicted Mrs. S. for disparaging religious doctrines.

Yes, you read that rights. Factually correct statements about Islam are perceived to be "prejudicial" and will result in a conviction in court.

Rest in peace Europe A.D. 2018.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Franzo on October 26, 2018, 10:19:51 AM
Reasoning is that it may provoke the muslims to violence and thus it is dangerous  :tuss:.

The same blasphemy laws present in muslim shithole countries are now de facto in the european places they inundate with hordes of muslims. Who could've seen this coming.

I suppose the only way to get the EU to respect your views, deranged as they may be, is to violently react to any criticism. Good lesson for nationalists watching their countries drown in mudslimes I guess.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Shakebox on October 26, 2018, 01:57:01 PM
Laws against the truth of the Quran, laws against the truth of the Holocaust...

I'm detecting a pattern here
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on November 05, 2018, 06:42:13 AM
Probably safe to say that grooming gangs exist anywhere rapefugees can be found:

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on November 11, 2018, 11:31:56 AM
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on November 29, 2018, 06:27:48 PM
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on November 29, 2018, 09:28:49 PM
The based EU countries have rejected it...the Slovak Foreign Minister quit after parliment voted overwhelmingly to reject the pact. The Swiss said 'lol no', Poland, Hungary etc... the same.
Germany was, as expected, cucked as hell, other non-EU countries like Australia are also telling the UN to fuck off.
This is a shameful political move by some UN countries, and NGO's to try and force though, and establish and international 'right to migrate', and I hope it dies in the water.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on December 02, 2018, 08:01:45 PM
So Paris has been rioting for like a week now...
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on December 02, 2018, 08:20:45 PM
It's pretty interesting.

It's an anti-globohomo riot.  Macron decided that the best way to fund green energy boondoggles in France was to double the price of gas.  So the old left and old right are teaming up against Macron, who now enjoys a 25% and dropping approval rating.  Of course, the way the government is responding is by blaming it on nationalism since National Front is trying to take an active role in the riots.  Of course this is going badly:



Also the frogs are now rejecting immigration outright:


Of course, here's a jew lying (but I repeat myself):

Invalid Tweet ID
Franzo, please feel free to correct
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Bitter Weirdo on December 02, 2018, 08:28:24 PM


Also the frogs are now rejecting immigration outright:


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According to an opinion poll on immigration conducted by Ifop, in partnership with the Jean Jaures Foundation and the American Jewish Committee, 52 per cent of French men and women believe that France welcomes too many foreigners.

NOTICING THINGS INTENSIFIES 

Provided that Voice of Europe is correct in it's attribution of the source of that poll, I wonder what an (ostensibly) American Jewish NGO would be concerned about European attitudes towards inva...I mean migrants?

 :adam:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on December 02, 2018, 08:52:37 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuxMtLkMLhk
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 03, 2018, 02:49:19 AM
Small pro-globalist EU nations are getting fucked hard:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAl2onqFLMs
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugbox Kommissar on December 03, 2018, 01:28:18 PM
RIP Emerald Isle.

Place your bets now on which EU country will be first to hit the magical 40% Muslim pop mark.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 04, 2018, 03:34:37 AM
This is from T_D, interestingly enough:

(https://i.imgur.com/FmNEVKT.png)

 :adam:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on December 04, 2018, 04:18:04 AM
RIP Emerald Isle.

Place your bets now on which EU country will be first to hit the magical 40% Muslim pop mark.
Turkey
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on December 04, 2018, 04:42:38 AM
NOT ALL THE FOUR LEAF CLOVER CAN SAVE YOU NOW POTATO INFIDEL. ALLAHU AKBAR *plows*
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: The Watcher on December 04, 2018, 10:43:38 AM
Its not really a gas tax. It is what the global warming scare mongering was always about, squeezing more money from white countries to feed the Neo Soviet Union(EU). All under the guise of saving the planet, funnily enough An Inconvenient Truth really hasnt held up. Enjoy the somewhat relevant metaphorical picture.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: unprivsplain on December 04, 2018, 02:23:52 PM
From what I've read from others, it's basically a laser sighted tax on all the white people who moved out of the cities.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on December 04, 2018, 02:58:04 PM
From what I've read from others, it's basically a laser sighted tax on all the white people who moved out of the cities.

Or its just urban elites shifting the tax burden from the rich to the middle class, per usual.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: POST FRANK on December 04, 2018, 03:15:26 PM
Small pro-globalist EU nations are getting fucked hard:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAl2onqFLMs

"paper irish"

:tom::tom::tom:
:tom::tom::tom:
:tom::tom::tom:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Hugbox Kommissar on December 05, 2018, 03:08:20 PM
Meanwhile in la belle Paris.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0g6cGGYSM0
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on December 05, 2018, 04:00:46 PM
French doing what the French do best: being utterly devastated on their home soil by an inferior force.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Virtue Signalman First Class on December 05, 2018, 04:39:38 PM
Meanwhile in la belle Paris.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0g6cGGYSM0

Brutal.

Franzo what's your take on this? Will things quiet down now as Macro has caved on the fuel tax increase or is it too little too late?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Whig Historian on December 05, 2018, 05:47:15 PM
Franzo what's your take on this? Will things quiet down now as Macro has caved on the fuel tax increase or is it too little too late?
He hasn't really caved, he's just delayed things in hopes the problem will die down.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Small Weinered Goon on December 05, 2018, 06:41:32 PM
Franzo what's your take on this? Will things quiet down now as Macro has caved on the fuel tax increase or is it too little too late?
He hasn't really caved, he's just delayed things in hopes the problem will die down.

Yep.  One of the other things that was reported on is that in the early stages, it was organized on Facebook.  So between now and when the tax hikes go back into effect, they're going to Zucc anything and anyone who might be wanting to bust out the yellow vests.  Maybe pass some new laws that ban organizing on social media or some shit.  Macron and the globalists aren't going to back down and neither should the rioters.  Kicking this faggot out of office is going to be the only solution.  The stretch goal would be establishing a Sixth Republic that is no longer beholden to ((agreements)) unless by direct vote of the public or some shit like that.

Also:

Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: J Dog on December 06, 2018, 12:31:02 PM
Good news, Franzo!

(https://i.imgur.com/5j8Mefr.jpg)
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Affirmative Action Hero on December 07, 2018, 07:42:51 PM
Franzo's dead since he forgot his yellow vest while driving at night.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: MY FURSONOUNS on December 07, 2018, 08:28:37 PM
ancient tiddymonster woke af
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: a torrent of piss on December 07, 2018, 10:12:33 PM
You know those vests glow in the dark, right?
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Tariq Aziz on December 08, 2018, 03:17:36 AM
Franzo's dead since he forgot his yellow vest while driving at night.

franz said some really depressing stuff last time i saw him around. Maybe he finally sought professional help and not struglife pats-on-the-back
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on December 08, 2018, 03:20:11 AM
Franzo's dead since he forgot his yellow vest while driving at night.

franz said some really depressing stuff last time i saw him around. Maybe he finally sought professional help and not struglife pats-on-the-back
He's French, he surrendered and an hero'd
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: David Hedgehogstein on December 08, 2018, 03:20:44 AM
With a baguette....made by an african with expensive fuel.
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: 30 Year Old Scrotal Sack on December 10, 2018, 05:07:13 PM
RIP Franzo (https://my.mixtape.moe/ezcnpp.mp4) :salute:
Title: Re: Why don't we have an EU thread
Post by: Spokker on December 10, 2018, 05:12:59 PM
Turns out that leaving the EU is harder than cancelling your AOL account.