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  1. Big surprise IMF approves $4.2bn loan for Ecuador
  2. maybe but nowadays a lot of fascist , far right pigs are been voted throughout the world
  3. I watched it.. it's everywhere ,you don't even have to look for it .The humanity at it's lowest ...
  4. Macron just promised increases in salaries and cut taxes .He is in panic ..These french people when they fight ,they mean business
  5. That's because the left wing In Europe has failed miserably and they don't even get it .They were soaked in scandals and corruption as governments and the lost touch with the people .It's the same in every European country
  6. Are the french so angry for no reason ? I don't think so .When you're attacking the median and lower class with your policies every day the result will be violence .And these images of war just mean one thing: Things have got to change
  7. I have to hand it out to the French ,when they fight they mean business!! Bravo!
  8. the church is homophobic but church's representatives are not ,if you know what i mean..
  9. You can thank communism for oppressing religion for 50 years .Of course it would come back stronger
  10. The man was trying to steal a jewelry store and he tried to escape according to reports .The owner of the store with at least another man brutally kicked him when zack tried to exit the store. That what cameras showed. Three coroners who are trying to determine the cause of his death ( one is representing the family ) clearly stated that the beating is not the cause of his death He was not beaten cause he was gay Some now say that he got scared ,entered the store because there was a fight going on outside and got trapped inside the store
  11. i guess she was rather wasted or mentally ill off medication .In both cases sad ,nothing to laugh about
  12. i didn't know that Franko's bones were kept like he was some kind of hero .kudos to spain's new government that they will remove them from Valle de los Caídos
  13. the real criticism of the agreement is that from now on they will be called Macedonians (not North Macedonians) and their language Macedonian and that will lead to ridiculous demands from them
  14. After 3 decades finally Greece and Skopje have come to an initial agreement about the name of this little country. Since the agreement has not been welcomed here in Greece by the people calling the government traitors I would honestly like to hear your opinion on this subject
  15. well the refugees are being kept in hotspots in dire conditions and poor hygiene ,the people don't want them and the fascists are creating a hell for them but at least we don't let them drown .And of course we have the madman Erdogan threatening us every other day that he will flood Greece with millions among other threats
  16. i guess you all remember the Albanian refugee crisis in 1991 and how they were treated by the Italian authorities .And then it wasn't a fascist or right wing in power ,the govenrment was centre left
  17. Donald J. Trump‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump 8s8 seconds ago More Sadly, I was forced to cancel the Summit Meeting in Singapore with Kim Jung Un.
  18. “So you strike. Then what?” Ryan Crocker, a former Ambassador to Syria (as well as Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, and Kuwait), told me. “If the rockets hit the targets they intended, you could say the mission was accomplished in a narrow sense. But, in reality, it accomplished nothing. It might have been better if we’d not struck at all. It’s sending a message that killing is O.K. any way but one way—with chemical weapons. How many have been killed in Eastern Ghouta during this whole Syrian campaign? Far more by non-chemical means. It’s obscene.” The strike, Crocker said, demonstrated the limits of the West’s power rather than its commitment to ending the murderous reign of the Assad family, which has ruled Syria for nearly half a century. The operation could even produce the “appearance of impotence” among Western nations. “What damage did we really do?” Crocker, now a fellow at Princeton University, asked. “You can strike once, which we did. The second time around is less meaningful. The Syrians keep using“—chemical weapons—“and we say, ‘Naughty, naughty.’ It tees up a great opportunity for Assad to show how impotent and irrelevant we are.” Like many U.S. diplomats who have served in the region, Crocker said that he is still waiting for a diplomatic vision to end the war, not simply a military plan to deal with one repugnant tactic. “It seems like the policy right now is not to have a policy. Syria is not a military problem. It is a political problem.” https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/trumps-dangerous-mission-accomplished-boast-about-his-syria-strike?mbid=social_twitter
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