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#137 - Amen to that one man. We are living in the times that our Gran…  [+] (1 reply) 09/10/2016 on Trumper Comp40 +1
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#139 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
EU can't focus on it's own because then you'd have 3 big countries living large and the rest in the gutter. At this point it should probably get torn apart, every country a seperate economy.
Also did you know that the EU paid greek citrus tree farmers to actually throw what they produced so as they don't export it and create competition? And since EU paid better they had no other choice?

EU does pay a shitload of money, and to wrong places, just to satisfy it's leader's and their friend's pockets.
#135 - Well essentially what I am saying, it Cyprus Through war …  [+] (3 replies) 09/10/2016 on Trumper Comp40 +1
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#136 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
Joining would help them with their defenses so that they wouldn't get invaded a second time, but might be damaging to their economy. They don't have as big amount of debt per person ratio.
Of course the bond between is just that, and we've taken seperate ways since the ancient times, joing Greece in any way would call for a referrendum in either of the country and I'm not sure of the result.

As for the austerity policies, it keeps being bad, but since the first year had the big changes it felt even worse back then. Generally it's reduced pensions, salaries and more taxes. The results that I see are less shops, more beggars and a higher suicide ratio without the debt going any lower. But the people suffering the most are the ones who just finished school. Due to high unemployment rates and shitty salaries here they will have to leave the country to find jobs elsewhere, and you know what happens to a country when all the bright minds leave and mostly the dumbfucks get left behind. And they don't even deserve that, they've never voted, or chose in any way or that to happen.
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#137 - duudegladiator (09/10/2016) [-]
Amen to that one man. We are living in the times that our Grandparents and parents have sold us down the river, and we must either fight against the current or get out of the water altogether in order to get back to a position that is beneficial for us.

If the EU could stop taking in Migrants, and focus on its own people and countries, and spend less altogether, instead relieving debts, then the whole system might of been worth it. But because there are life time politicians, they did anything and everything to boost their bank accounts, whilst screwing over the shop owner who couldnt keep up with regulations and taxations.
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#139 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
EU can't focus on it's own because then you'd have 3 big countries living large and the rest in the gutter. At this point it should probably get torn apart, every country a seperate economy.
Also did you know that the EU paid greek citrus tree farmers to actually throw what they produced so as they don't export it and create competition? And since EU paid better they had no other choice?

EU does pay a shitload of money, and to wrong places, just to satisfy it's leader's and their friend's pockets.
#133 - TRIGGER WARNING Not until you pay yours. …  [+] (5 replies) 09/10/2016 on Trumper Comp40 +1
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#134 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
>Current year
>Getting triggered about debt
You overestimate these things.

As for Cyprus, why would they join. I (and many others) want them to get their whole country back, not become Greek territory.
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#135 - duudegladiator (09/10/2016) [-]
Well essentially what I am saying, it Cyprus Through war or diplomacy gets all of their island nation back. And then because the bond between Greeks and Cypriuts is still strong, they voted to join Greece as a state.

Would Greece allow such a thing?

How is Austerity working with yall? I heard the first year was like literal Hell.
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#136 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
Joining would help them with their defenses so that they wouldn't get invaded a second time, but might be damaging to their economy. They don't have as big amount of debt per person ratio.
Of course the bond between is just that, and we've taken seperate ways since the ancient times, joing Greece in any way would call for a referrendum in either of the country and I'm not sure of the result.

As for the austerity policies, it keeps being bad, but since the first year had the big changes it felt even worse back then. Generally it's reduced pensions, salaries and more taxes. The results that I see are less shops, more beggars and a higher suicide ratio without the debt going any lower. But the people suffering the most are the ones who just finished school. Due to high unemployment rates and shitty salaries here they will have to leave the country to find jobs elsewhere, and you know what happens to a country when all the bright minds leave and mostly the dumbfucks get left behind. And they don't even deserve that, they've never voted, or chose in any way or that to happen.
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#137 - duudegladiator (09/10/2016) [-]
Amen to that one man. We are living in the times that our Grandparents and parents have sold us down the river, and we must either fight against the current or get out of the water altogether in order to get back to a position that is beneficial for us.

If the EU could stop taking in Migrants, and focus on its own people and countries, and spend less altogether, instead relieving debts, then the whole system might of been worth it. But because there are life time politicians, they did anything and everything to boost their bank accounts, whilst screwing over the shop owner who couldnt keep up with regulations and taxations.
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#139 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
EU can't focus on it's own because then you'd have 3 big countries living large and the rest in the gutter. At this point it should probably get torn apart, every country a seperate economy.
Also did you know that the EU paid greek citrus tree farmers to actually throw what they produced so as they don't export it and create competition? And since EU paid better they had no other choice?

EU does pay a shitload of money, and to wrong places, just to satisfy it's leader's and their friend's pockets.
#28 - Picture 09/10/2016 on Trump +18
#105 - Cyprus is an Islan Nation south of Turkey.  [+] (5 replies) 09/10/2016 on Even rebels wear uniforms. +7
#161 - anon (09/10/2016) [-]
Although it should belong to Greece.
Just saying. Certified Greek Cypriot
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#163 - duudegladiator (09/10/2016) [-]
Oh, you can be rest assured that I completely agree Cyprus is a Greek state. Britain once they leave the EU need to give Cyprus back one of the military bases, with monetary interest, and then Cyprus needs to go to the international courts and begin suing for "Turkish Cyprus" - of which there is no such thing, to be eliminated, and United Cyprus to begin again.

Then Cyprus has an official vote/referendum to rejoin Greece in its entirety, and boom, everyone i happy and Cyprus's economy booms with European/American tourism.

I would love to visit Cyprus, and may still. But i hear that alot of the previous tourist spots lay abandoned or in Turkish occupied Cyprus.
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#162 - mrnickname (09/10/2016) [-]
Skyrim belongs to the Nords?
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#109 - unoriginalaccount (09/10/2016) [-]
I thought you said "an Island nation of Turkey"
My butthole puckerd a little from how triggered I almost got
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#134 - tacomanofthenorth (09/10/2016) [-]
same lol.
#50 - You better be you Greek bastard.  [+] (7 replies) 09/10/2016 on Trumper Comp40 0
#132 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
What are you gonna do? Add more debts?
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#133 - duudegladiator (09/10/2016) [-]
TRIGGER WARNING
Not until you pay yours.

Was talking in another thread, how would you feel if Cyprus, in its entirety, voted to Join Hellenic Greece?
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#134 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
>Current year
>Getting triggered about debt
You overestimate these things.

As for Cyprus, why would they join. I (and many others) want them to get their whole country back, not become Greek territory.
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#135 - duudegladiator (09/10/2016) [-]
Well essentially what I am saying, it Cyprus Through war or diplomacy gets all of their island nation back. And then because the bond between Greeks and Cypriuts is still strong, they voted to join Greece as a state.

Would Greece allow such a thing?

How is Austerity working with yall? I heard the first year was like literal Hell.
User avatar
#136 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
Joining would help them with their defenses so that they wouldn't get invaded a second time, but might be damaging to their economy. They don't have as big amount of debt per person ratio.
Of course the bond between is just that, and we've taken seperate ways since the ancient times, joing Greece in any way would call for a referrendum in either of the country and I'm not sure of the result.

As for the austerity policies, it keeps being bad, but since the first year had the big changes it felt even worse back then. Generally it's reduced pensions, salaries and more taxes. The results that I see are less shops, more beggars and a higher suicide ratio without the debt going any lower. But the people suffering the most are the ones who just finished school. Due to high unemployment rates and shitty salaries here they will have to leave the country to find jobs elsewhere, and you know what happens to a country when all the bright minds leave and mostly the dumbfucks get left behind. And they don't even deserve that, they've never voted, or chose in any way or that to happen.
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#137 - duudegladiator (09/10/2016) [-]
Amen to that one man. We are living in the times that our Grandparents and parents have sold us down the river, and we must either fight against the current or get out of the water altogether in order to get back to a position that is beneficial for us.

If the EU could stop taking in Migrants, and focus on its own people and countries, and spend less altogether, instead relieving debts, then the whole system might of been worth it. But because there are life time politicians, they did anything and everything to boost their bank accounts, whilst screwing over the shop owner who couldnt keep up with regulations and taxations.
User avatar
#139 - jokervsbatsy (09/10/2016) [-]
EU can't focus on it's own because then you'd have 3 big countries living large and the rest in the gutter. At this point it should probably get torn apart, every country a seperate economy.
Also did you know that the EU paid greek citrus tree farmers to actually throw what they produced so as they don't export it and create competition? And since EU paid better they had no other choice?

EU does pay a shitload of money, and to wrong places, just to satisfy it's leader's and their friend's pockets.
#14 - I live in a place that cannot support Banana trees, but I will…  [+] (1 reply) 09/09/2016 on Baseball +1
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#16 - Thebiggeorgy (09/09/2016) [-]
I'm speaking from personal experience, they're gardening tools, you could just have a garden or need to clear some shrubbery. You used the machete to clear a path to the bottom of a overgrown or dead bush, and troweled out the ground to expose the root which then you use the machete to cut loose the bush. I'm sure you have bushes there right?