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  • Sava
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    "old white men voting in non Presidential year elections ruin everything

    Have you checked demographics on life expectancy?

    "I'm a healthy male senior.
    "Dating is easier.
    "It gets better
    "I work in assisted living

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    I understand. Dinner is like a herpes labialis. Noone wants that

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    hunderends of thousands marched against brexit.

    ok you made a mistake but democracy rectified it

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yd5Fmb17jjY

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    To make bebro use a swear word you really need to be a dinner

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  • BeBro
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    Originally posted by Dinner View Post

    The EU Parliament has no power. All the meaningful decisions are made by the unelected European Commission; ergo it is non-Democratic. Fact!
    Bullshit. May pass as an alternative fact though, these are all the rage now.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europe..._and_functions

    And of course, you completely ignored the council.




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  • Proteus_MST
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    Originally posted by Dinner View Post

    The EU Parliament has no power. All the meaningful decisions are made by the unelected European Commission; ergo it is non-Democratic. Fact!
    No power?
    The EU parliemtn is responsible for the reason I will go to a protestr march on saturday:
    Copyright law article 13:
    https://www.wired.co.uk/article/what...ained-meme-ban

    It was all drafted EU parliementarians who combine cluelessness about IT with being in the pocket of major publishing companies.
    (and may bring masses of problems to all forums who have members from the EU)

    But you know what?
    While it still is unsure if this becomes law (there is a final vote in the end of the month and it may be that the parliamentarians may be impressed enoiugh by the EU wide protest marches and decide against it), one thing is sure:
    In may there are EU wide elections ... and one can be sure thatr most of the german CDU EU parliamentarians who are responsible for this mess, won't get reelected

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  • Dinner
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    Originally posted by Dauphin View Post

    Ok, so itís ok to be undemocractic provided you donít think it important.

    And you completely ignored the House of Lords issue.

    How do you feel about the executive being drawn exclusively from the legislative?

    The E.U. has an elected parliament - a council of elected ministers - term appointed commissioners chosen by elected governments. To say it is undemocratic is to ignore basic facts. It can however benefit from improvement, just like all other democracies.
    The EU Parliament has no power. All the meaningful decisions are made by the unelected European Commission; ergo it is non-Democratic. Fact!

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  • I AM MOBIUS
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    Don't dazzle Oerdin with facts, he's at least as oblivious to them as Trump!

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  • Dauphin
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    Originally posted by Dinner View Post

    She is symbolic only and has no real power to do anything. It is mostly just for a bit of pomp and ceremony.
    Ok, so itís ok to be undemocractic provided you donít think it important.

    And you completely ignored the House of Lords issue.

    How do you feel about the executive being drawn exclusively from the legislative?

    The E.U. has an elected parliament - a council of elected ministers - term appointed commissioners chosen by elected governments. To say it is undemocratic is to ignore basic facts. It can however benefit from improvement, just like all other democracies.

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    Dinner lives in such utter lunacy as he thinks that a brexit would "safeguard" his utopian fascist state from brown intruders. It will only make it more "vulnerable". Luckily it seems there will be no brexit and seeing as nazi germany is also kaput I fear he'll need to turn to his own country to find the fascism he craves, as well as obsolete and primitive economic models.

    About non democratic processes? Two words: american elections.

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    Dinner supports a lone monarchy against republics.
    Figures

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  • Bereta_Eder
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    Originally posted by I AM MOBIUS View Post
    Oerdin is acting like a classic gammon: red-faced, crazed, frothing at the mouth, veins bulging - uniting the Europeans against him...

    I still don't understand what's got him so deranged that even BK seems sane next to him...?

    If he's trying to troll us Europeans, it's failing.

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    Indeed. If he was saying this in front of people they'd probably put him in a straight jacket.

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  • Dinner
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    Originally posted by Dauphin View Post
    Yes, thatís true to an extent, but itís a shame that that is said without a flinch of sarcasm or awareness of the irony that the UK has a hereditary head of state who gives assent to all laws and an unelected for life second chamber.
    She is symbolic only and has no real power to do anything. It is mostly just for a bit of pomp and ceremony.

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  • BeBro
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    May's speech yesterday about the delay started - surprisingly - only after a delay of some 30 mins.

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  • Dauphin
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    Yes, thatís true to an extent, but itís a shame that that is said without a flinch of sarcasm or awareness of the irony that the UK has a hereditary head of state who gives assent to all laws and an unelected for life second chamber.

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