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    Quote Originally Posted by Smuggo View Post
    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lallante View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Smuggo View Post
    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smuggo View Post
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    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.
    Well both, yes. Fillon is still expected to do better than the Socialists, which rly mks u thnk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lallante View Post
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    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.
    Well both, yes. Fillon is still expected to do better than the Socialists, which rly mks u thnk
    Not really, Francois Hollande has been a walking disaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smuggo View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smuggo View Post
    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.
    The French are traditionally really good at war. Not bad, thats just cause people like to make fun of them. And ww2, although if the number of lost troops is any indication of how hard they fought they didnt do really just roll over either, they lost 210k compared to 270k for the british (or 407k for the americans).
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    I see you have read nietzsche's little known work "beyond boobs and butts".

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    And Yugoslavia lost between 300-440k. On the fraction of the population.


    

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    Quote Originally Posted by W0lf Crendraven View Post
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    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.
    The French are traditionally really good at war. Not bad, thats just cause people like to make fun of them. And ww2, although if the number of lost troops is any indication of how hard they fought they didnt do really just roll over either, they lost 210k compared to 270k for the british (or 407k for the americans).
    No comrade, we were taught at school that the frogs are a bunch of cheese-eating surrender monkeys who should be bloody ashamed of themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smuggo View Post
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    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.
    Well both, yes. Fillon is still expected to do better than the Socialists, which rly mks u thnk
    Not really, Francois Hollande has been a walking disaster.
    Yeah his economic policies have fucked france into the ground. Glad we agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeekar View Post
    And Yugoslavia lost between 300-440k. On the fraction of the population.
    massacring your own civilians doesnt count mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Caine View Post
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    May says nope to referendum 2.

    "Now not the time"

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-39293513
    She actually said "not now", which tbh is reasonable. Everyone is going to be kind of busy for the next 2 years, and the last thing anybody needs right now is more uncertainty and another referendum campaign.

    I'd be shocked if we dont see one after Brexit though.
    So, applying that FT(?) article that someone linked here a few month ago, which explained the difference between a German "No" and a Bristh "No", May actually said "Yes"?

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    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.
    Well both, yes. Fillon is still expected to do better than the Socialists, which rly mks u thnk
    Not really, Francois Hollande has been a walking disaster.
    Yeah his economic policies have fucked france into the ground. Glad we agree.
    His largely centrist economic policies which bear little resemblance to the much more radical economic policies he campaigned on and failed to deliver? Yes we do agree it seems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hel OWeen View Post
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    May says nope to referendum 2.

    "Now not the time"

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-39293513
    She actually said "not now", which tbh is reasonable. Everyone is going to be kind of busy for the next 2 years, and the last thing anybody needs right now is more uncertainty and another referendum campaign.

    I'd be shocked if we dont see one after Brexit though.
    So, applying that FT(?) article that someone linked here a few month ago, which explained the difference between a German "No" and a Bristh "No", May actually said "Yes"?
    No (yes).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smuggo View Post
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    Looks like the Dutch Farage has failed according to exit polls. And in a welcome development a left wing party of communists has done rather well. Vodkas all round comrades.
    In france the left wing is imploding and Le PEn has a decent chance overall, so hold the vodka.
    That's fine, the French are traditionally bad at war comrade so will surrender to the revolutionary forces as soon as they see our glorious red flags on the horizon.

    Also pretty sure it's the centre right that is imploding in France thanks to sticky fingers Fillon.
    Well both, yes. Fillon is still expected to do better than the Socialists, which rly mks u thnk
    Not really, Francois Hollande has been a walking disaster.
    Yeah his economic policies have fucked france into the ground. Glad we agree.
    His largely centrist economic policies which bear little resemblance to the much more radical economic policies he campaigned on and failed to deliver? Yes we do agree it seems.
    Ahh I see - his unpopularity is down to not being left wing enough? Well I'm sure the Socialists (with their new hard-left replacement leader) and even further left Communists must be forecast to do really well in the elections then... oh wait? They are nose-diving into the ground you say? Wow that's odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hel OWeen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Caine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spawinte View Post
    May says nope to referendum 2.

    "Now not the time"

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-39293513
    She actually said "not now", which tbh is reasonable. Everyone is going to be kind of busy for the next 2 years, and the last thing anybody needs right now is more uncertainty and another referendum campaign.

    I'd be shocked if we dont see one after Brexit though.
    So, applying that FT(?) article that someone linked here a few month ago, which explained the difference between a German "No" and a Bristh "No", May actually said "Yes"?
    "Not now" usually mean "fuck off", but you'd have to interpret that further as in "fuck off with your referendum" or "fuck off as in fuck off".

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    Well they're carrying the weight of Holland's failure. Also France is a cluster fuck due to its inability to handle domestic militant Islamists,another of his failings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lallante View Post
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    And Yugoslavia lost between 300-440k. On the fraction of the population.
    massacring your own civilians doesnt count mate
    No m8 those are separate.


    

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeromeDoutrande View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hel OWeen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Caine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spawinte View Post
    May says nope to referendum 2.

    "Now not the time"

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-39293513
    She actually said "not now", which tbh is reasonable. Everyone is going to be kind of busy for the next 2 years, and the last thing anybody needs right now is more uncertainty and another referendum campaign.

    I'd be shocked if we dont see one after Brexit though.
    So, applying that FT(?) article that someone linked here a few month ago, which explained the difference between a German "No" and a Bristh "No", May actually said "Yes"?
    "Not now" usually mean "fuck off", but you'd have to interpret that further as in "fuck off with your referendum" or "fuck off as in fuck off".
    Our "no" is a very complicated beast, as are the various other negatives such as "not now", "maybe later", "i'll think about it" and "i've got a headache".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Caine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GeromeDoutrande View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hel OWeen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Caine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spawinte View Post
    May says nope to referendum 2.

    "Now not the time"

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-39293513
    She actually said "not now", which tbh is reasonable. Everyone is going to be kind of busy for the next 2 years, and the last thing anybody needs right now is more uncertainty and another referendum campaign.

    I'd be shocked if we dont see one after Brexit though.
    So, applying that FT(?) article that someone linked here a few month ago, which explained the difference between a German "No" and a Bristh "No", May actually said "Yes"?
    "Not now" usually mean "fuck off", but you'd have to interpret that further as in "fuck off with your referendum" or "fuck off as in fuck off".
    Our "no" is a very complicated beast, as are the various other negatives such as "not now", "maybe later", "i'll think about it" and "i've got a headache".
    Not now please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeromeDoutrande View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Caine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GeromeDoutrande View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hel OWeen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Caine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spawinte View Post
    May says nope to referendum 2.

    "Now not the time"

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-39293513
    She actually said "not now", which tbh is reasonable. Everyone is going to be kind of busy for the next 2 years, and the last thing anybody needs right now is more uncertainty and another referendum campaign.

    I'd be shocked if we dont see one after Brexit though.
    So, applying that FT(?) article that someone linked here a few month ago, which explained the difference between a German "No" and a Bristh "No", May actually said "Yes"?
    "Not now" usually mean "fuck off", but you'd have to interpret that further as in "fuck off with your referendum" or "fuck off as in fuck off".
    Our "no" is a very complicated beast, as are the various other negatives such as "not now", "maybe later", "i'll think about it" and "i've got a headache".
    Not now please.
    Let me guess :" I'd strongly prefer it if you crawled into a ditch and died, but make sure i don't have to hear, see, or smell anything about the whole business. "
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    I couldn't possibly comment.

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