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    Quote Originally Posted by galatin View Post
    You make me think with the type of reasoning your report to the Englishman who arrived in Calais(France) for the first time, saw a red head woman and decided that all French women had red head..... Has your post a real purpose or are you ony sarcastic ?
    Just poking a little fun at anyone who thinks the radical Muslim terror attacks are because of the election.

    Especially the one who keeps saying it over and over and over...

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    May isn't that conservative and her election would not result in much, if any, changes. Not much of an example of Democracy imo but then everything seems to be controlled by behind the scenes interests anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Just poking a little fun at anyone who thinks the radical Muslim terror attacks are because of the election.

    Especially the one who keeps saying it over and over and over...
    Germany has their next general election coming September. I'm hereby making a testable prediction: That suddenly the attacks on random innocents will then move to Germany. You remember I fucking said that.

    The attacks were in France, can we agree? Then suddenly they were in Britain. Only difference: Upcoming election. Two plus two still equals four.

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    If you are scared, SAY you are scared.

    The rest of us will continue to live our lives...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEngelbrecht View Post
    All the member countries are awkward towards the EU project. No one is ready for a United States of Europe (not the Germans either, no). They all have their unique national identities they don't want to let go of.

    Britain's main issue with the EU is that... Britain is no longer the global power it was in the 19th. Russia is no longer the global power it was in the 20th either, and the irritating thing is they both react along similar lines, they're like in the five steps of grief. Really strange is, that Britain's best chance of becoming a global power again, if that's really so bloody important, is as part of the EU project.
    I am not convinced, until now difficulties did morestrengthen the EUthan the contrary. The European project is Something complex but typical of softpower. I see throughout Europe more a reduction ofdifferences thanthe contrary, even if identity problems and the fear of mutations need to be addressed. Europe and European Union is a different paradigm and you must also look at the achievements which are very important andwere not the result of orcing some to the will of others. And furthermore, even if many fear globalization, it is a trend you cannot stop and Europe is one of the only tool and response. So oneway ofthe other Europe is going tobuild itself, especialyl if Briain is no more in the game.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by CEngelbrecht View Post
    And Putin is using that against you.
    May made this campaign all about her, then actively shied away from public scrutiny, while Corbyn reveled in the give and take of the hustings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    May made this campaign all about her, then actively shied away from public scrutiny, while Corbyn reveled in the give and take of the hustings.
    See how easy you are to manipulate?

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    So what are the results? Do we have to wait another hour?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paris View Post
    So what are the results? Do we have to wait another hour?
    Live UK election results 2017 | The Guardian

    They're saying results come in from 10pm GMT. Some 40 minutes from now.
    Last edited by CEngelbrecht; 8th June 2017 at 01:24 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OlGuy View Post
    May isn't that conservative and her election would not result in much, if any, changes. Not much of an example of Democracy imo but then everything seems to be controlled by behind the scenes interests anyway.
    No? If May is elected again, will the UK dismantle the NHS altogether?

    Is this election all about foreign policy?

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