European ‘No-Go’ Zones: Fact or Fiction?
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RE: European ‘No-Go’ Zones: Fact or Fiction?
(2015 Jan 24 01:45)Phlegethon Wrote:  My own government goes more against my own people's interest than all Russians and Arabs in the world taken together.

That's what I meant. You are as far away from being a nationalist as one possibly can be.
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RE: European ‘No-Go’ Zones: Fact or Fiction?
(2015 Jan 24 19:44)Osweo Wrote:  LoL, what happened to all that crap about "if women ruled the world, there wouldn't be any wars!"? Seems many of the fairer sex are far too ready to lap up the war-mongers' spin-doctoring and manipulation... ;)

I'd say we are more perceptive than men who sometimes seem to be blinded by their own political biases.
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RE: European ‘No-Go’ Zones: Fact or Fiction?
Stop shitposting and abusing members, there are other, more polite ways to say what you wanted to say.

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(2015 Jan 24 23:54)Kristel Wrote:  That's what I meant. You are as far away from being a nationalist as one possibly can be.

Nationalists can't be critical of their government?

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RE: European ‘No-Go’ Zones: Fact or Fiction?
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(2015 Jan 25 09:40)Mustapaita Wrote:  Nationalists can't be critical of their government?

Yes, but not by promoting the interests of another country hostile to your own.
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(2015 Jan 25 23:48)Kristel Wrote:  Yes, but not by promoting the interests of another country hostile to your own.

I don't think you're actually getting what they are trying to say so I'll give you my example (I'm almost a non-nationalist anymore, have no nation to be proud of):
Croatia was at war with Serbia 25 years ago, there was and is a lot of bad blood between us, I had to move from my home town because of them, and yet, today, I'd be happy if Serbs came one day to Zagreb and killed the whole government, because our government(s) did a lot more damage in the past 20 years than what Serbs did in 4.
Hope it makes more sense to you. Smile

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(2015 Jan 24 23:26)Phlegethon Wrote:  At least Russians have great songs. A culture which does not know songs despite what an unmelodic muezzin yells from a minaret every now and then can't really be taken seriously.




Ah c'mon, Man! Give the sons of Ishmael their due! They're not totally without musical talent:




(Can SKult provide a link to that Syrian girl singing about retaking al-Quds, though? She is the most ravishing Arabess I've ever seen... Wild dark waving hair + Beret + Kalashnikov = never fails. ;) )

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RE: European ‘No-Go’ Zones: Fact or Fiction?
I can't have been listening to the same nasheeds as phleg. Can't find that video, since half the middle east started blowing up the search term "allahu Akbar" or whichever way I spelt it is too popular.

Nevermind. Found another upload it - remembered some of the lyrics.



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RE: European ‘No-Go’ Zones: Fact or Fiction?
(2015 Jan 26 00:00)Heretik Wrote:  
(2015 Jan 25 23:48)Kristel Wrote:  Yes, but not by promoting the interests of another country hostile to your own.

I don't think you're actually getting what they are trying to say so I'll give you my example (I'm almost a non-nationalist anymore, have no nation to be proud of):
Croatia was at war with Serbia 25 years ago, there was and is a lot of bad blood between us, I had to move from my home town because of them, and yet, today, I'd be happy if Serbs came one day to Zagreb and killed the whole government, because our government(s) did a lot more damage in the past 20 years than what Serbs did in 4.
Hope it makes more sense to you. Smile

The guys I was talking about don't just kill the government and leave the rest of the people in peace. That's the problem.
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