Jump to content
MadonnaNation.com Forums


Forum Gods
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by XXL

  1. Substitute Dump with USA governments/CIA and you have a more accurate picture. What you have described and the feudalism mechanisms that tie other Western countries to the US is a broader American Foreign Policy issue, not just a Trump one. The US knows China is threatening to end its economic and energy resources monopoly on the world, it just all stems from that That doesn't mean that China isn't an autocracy of course but the way US governments and its secret service agencies run the world is not any less murderous, corrupt and based on sheer lies, irregardless of what the UN has to sa
  2. I see You did what you felt was best for you at the time
  3. A cargo ship keeps trade going during the Covid-19 lockdown. The government is preparing to complete a trade deal with the US that will hit food standards and British farmers
  4. Covid is getting the headlines, but a trade agreement with the US is fast taking shape. And it does not look like a good deal, says FRANCIS BECKETT. https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/donald-trump-us-trade-deal-with-uk-1-6689064 Britain is being fattened up for a trade deal with Donald Trump designed to strengthen his chances of re-election in November. The latest move is the Agriculture Bill, which has passed all its stages in the House of Commons and is due for its second reading in the House of Lords on June 10, and which effectively removes both food
  5. UK on track to become 51st state of America under Boris Johnson Francis Beckett’s article “We’re being fattened up for a one-way deal with Trump” was depressing enough, but added to Boris Johnson’s love for all things American, as quoted in his book Life in the Fast Lane, it becomes extremely alarming. There is no point in asking Boris to stand up for Britain as he would evidently be happy for the UK to become the 51st state of the union. A campaign as forceful as that which opposed TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) is needed urgently, and t
  6. I agree that there are forms of insidious, sneaky racism here. I was not stating that Europe is racism free I was trying to make a point about the drastic difference between the US and Europe, to have no accountability for police forces is not the same as living in a place that guarantees it. You cannot shoot unarmed black people and be sure to walk away scot free. Also in Europe you don't have that toxic firearm culture
  7. And for very specific historical reasons. That's why they work well together and occasionally team up on bogus brutal empire wars. On top of sponsoring one of the worst rogue states in the world. Saudi Arabia, a country that is de facto the incubator for ideological and material terrorism The governments, not necessarily the people, although obviously you can have large segments of the population who might be racist Racism and any feeling of hatred, any negative emotion or seeking to harm others for the sake of it can be found anywhere, it's part of the dark side of human natur
  8. The point of marching is to highlight the racism present here too and there should be more marches of course but to say those Floyd marches over here in Europe are hypocritical because we don't march enough for other forms of racism it is wrong imo. And if you're disagreeing about the role of Italy welcoming people in during the past 25 years you're completely off the mark It started with the 90s Yougoslavia situation and continued with the destruction and subjugation of the Middle East sold to the Western masses under a false guise It was only in 2015 with the Syrian refugee situati
  9. Just a reminder Italy is the one country in Europe that has done the most to take in more refugees than any other country in Europe in the past 25 years, when in the mid 90s the Mediterranean Sea was being turned into a graveyard and of course Northern European countries were dead silent, to not even mention Britain that's always enjoyed keeping one foot in its former colony the US (while continuing to exploit all of its Commonwealth territories) and one foot in Europe, and we all know how that's ending up ... If Salvini did what he did it doesn't mean that Italy as a whole is massiv
  10. This I'm speaking for Italy specifically now If a cop starts shooting in the street indiscriminately, for no reason, he or she will be arrested, prosecuted and go to jail. And it's vastly the case for most of Europe. Racism does exist EVERYWHERE duh John Wayne's weekly, state sponsored and totally unaccountable shoot out only happen somewhere else. There's a significant difference
  11. Totally I'm sorry but to say the US and Europe are on the same level of tolerated, state sponsored, unjustified violence is utterly false. Also, European leadership does not know an equivalent body to the NRA holding them perpetually hostage, with which they'd happy to do business with and take money from for electoral purposes
  12. Karbatal I disagree My premise wasn't at all that racism isn't present in Europe or that we don't have nationalist, populist or downright racist parties, I've said what's been going on on a regular basis in the US for years, i.e. unarmed black people being shot for no reason at all or teenagers armed to the teeth shooting down everyone they can hit in high schools it is absolutely not the norm. You can't compare shooting someone unarmed for "looking suspicious", and it's more often than not if they are black, to the examples you produced in the above post The police here have t
  13. There you go Awful but definitely a possibility I cannot believe that after everything that's happened in the past five months alone between the arbitrary killing of that top Iranian military official, internationally condemned, then the global health scare and now his current handling of the George Floyd's case he still stands a chance at re-election Either way I have some sort of ominous feeling that, considered the radical split of the population between nutters and fanatics of all types who are emboldened by Trump's madness and the sane part of the population, whether
  14. There's obviously racism and violence everywhere in the world, Europe included but never to this ingrained and institutionalised level where you have similar incidents on a monthly if not weekly basis and police forces for the most part showing such complete disregard for lawful and civilized procedures AND not being held ACCOUNTABLE by the State. It's the culture and the laws that are fucked up in the United States Also, on the twin issue of violence and gun control, let's not kid ourselves, in Europe you have very specific laws if you want to buy a fire arm, it's not like anyone could w
  15. It's funny how about everyone who has been initially chosen by Trump is now leaving the shit show, or made to leave, little it matters, they are calling it out and calling him out for what he is He must be insufferable to work for with the tantrums and lack of awareness and preparation
  16. Thanks Nightcutter It's been many years but obviously I was young and still very sensitive on the issue, I didn't make any provocation, I never talked to her about my private life, I was just a kid and gratuitous statements like that leave you to do a lot of questioning as to why some people think that being mean spirited or being snobbish or talk out of their conceited smelly ass for brains is a sign of some sort of unproven superiority when it's actually the exact reverse I've learned to contextualise people who act a certain way just for the fun of it. They're really not worth a
  17. What a fucking hypocrite Now UK Home Secretary Priti Patel is urging Londoners not to protest about George Floyd's murder because she's worried about Coronavirus I just fucking can't. What about the whole Dominic Cummings pathetic affair with related embarrassing interview that the rules forbid anyway? What about taking measures three months late compared to any other European country? What about the farce lockdown and the list goes on and on She really gets on my nerves and her nastiness and utter hypocrisy is beyond palpable. Are they afraid that if Trump wins aga
  18. Horrifying Poor man Talk about evil scumbags
  19. I have an evangelical in the family. Actually Catholic raised, turned atheist, turned evangelical or Born Again Christian (wouldn't know the difference) when she turned 40 to be exact. She's been a total cunt to me. I'll never forgive her Her grown up kids hardly talk to her anymore. Such is her level of self righteousness and indoctrination She told me that "people like you belong in Hell" That was her final greeting years ago after she spent a week at my house being served and revered and trotted around town by the entire family. I was just speechless I mean, who fucking
  • Create New...