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  1. and the beaches are nice too - and the cliffs by Estoril :-)
  2. and about nobody heard this song. Is she even for real - the movie was so much more successful - and a song which goes to No 1 in the UK and charted high in europe is obviously unkown (not that it actually was that amazing). OK in the US it stalled at 71. Still higher than a no 95 song - which clearly EVERYBODY loved and heard off it seems in her own world - and in europe NOBODY CARED (but I forgot it is the US where it's all at, and let's forget about the insignificant rest of the world)
  3. at least German news report - that this is FAKE. The council is made up of 39 women, these men on the photo are the guests of honour for the first meeting (not that the situation of women in Saudi-Arabia should urgently be improved). They claim this photo and news attached to it originate from Syria.
  4. well he decided it was HIS party though only in 2015, so it is not really that suprising that they didn't support him with flying colors once he "graced" them with his presence. And I know many people who actually liked Clinton more - those do exist. Needless to say that some of his butthurt supporters rather decided not to vote out of the "evilness" of the party. In some states the difference was only of the order of 10 000s, though these few votes might have been crucial as well.
  5. If we talk about Sweden they have the toughest harassment laws - someone who absolutely adores Putin and Trump sitting in the Ecuadorian embassy in London might be able to tell you something about it
  6. I am sure many people in Eastern Europe and Le Pen and our very own right wing parties are ready to applaud him even more.
  7. military bases can exist in foreign countries without occupying them. It actually might have worked out to keep it in that place without having soldiers "on holidays" appearing there. Viktor Yushchenko didn't expell Russian troops either, although they initially supported the actual voter fraud of Yanukovych in 2004
  8. https://www.ft.com/content/e33022f6-1b33-3539-9f38-d47cfafd2b43
  9. and now his advisors are coming for Germany - how pleasant to see.
  10. she doesn't explain anything - she says it makes it more expensive but that is just an "alternative fact", as many other things she just simplifies. If you compare how expensive things are now compared to when the euro was introduced, that is for sure true, but that is simply inflation, and let's not forget wages usually rise as well. The french franc was not really famous for its stability either. And one of the reasons she wants out of the EU is, that she doesn't accept certain rules set up by others and wants to have a "France first" policy. She also sits in the european parliament (or actually not that often), and she also misused european money for parliamentary work for her own party. Isn't it a coincidence her party is also funded monetarily by russia as well.
  11. As far as I know every president used numerous executive orders to get his points across. At least based on pure numbers Obama issued even less executive orders than his predecessors. It isn't completely unprecedented and unheard off in US politics.
  12. Live to Tell > Future Lovers > Deeper and Deeper
  13. 1. Ray Of Light 2. Burning Up 3. I'm Addicted