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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Jimmy... Dead., Jun 19, 2014.
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nvm I was mixing up Europe with continental Europe.
glad these scum were arrested.
You can guess their politics just by looking at em.
What were they arrested for? Are they the Tucker protestors?
its that one rabid cunt who spit on and punched a few of the Him Too protestors a few days ago, and some of her fascist buddies.
I know I'm a foreigner and all but...
And of course the pink haired subhuman only got charged with harassment, rather than assault. #FemalePrivilege
Europe is fucking terrible, why don't we have these metoo and himtoo clashes?? They look super fun. #envy #europeeons #eutoo #europeiscesspool
Instead you just have periodic rimjob rampages from Asian gentlemen.
Too busy dealing with peaceful Muslims ramming cars into buildings and knifing people with illegal butter knives
@The Ozzman made a fucking joke
why the fuck does everyone have to over-analyze it??
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It's the job of the in crowd to take everything seriously. GMD is serious business.
Oh cool. Is that my chubby whiny donut-eating Amrucan soul mate?
Valid question that hasn't lost its relevance over the last couple of centuries. There's always been disagreement on both sides with support and opposition for both sides of the argument. During the period I study, quite a few German intellectuals explicitly argued, in reaction to the post-war wave of Anglo-American influence, that the Brits were not, and, instead, Germany should stick to it's continental roots. The same goes on the British side during the period, in which it wasn't uncommon for it to be argued that Britain should hesitate before meddling into European affairs. This is pretty clear at the outset of WWI. It was also a topic while good old Napoleon was running around the continent. Brexit and the reactions to it have made clear that discrepancies in opinion on this matter haven't lost their political significance.
"European" is a messy designation in general and the Cold War did an awful lot in shifting perceptions on who a European is and what type of European specifically. Germany was only considered Western after WWII, communist east Germany excluded, of course. Prior, they, along with Poland and Czech, were Central Europeans, the latter two of which are typically called Eastern European now (much to the chagrin of some Poles and Czechs). The EU, of course, throws another wrench into this, and the once seemingly likely prospect of Turkey joining doesn't complicate it any less.
In any case, I know some Scots and northern Irish who get offended by being called British while also identifying as European and wishing to stay within the EU.
tl;dr designations are never quite accurate and nobody will ever agree on anything.