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Re: Join the Fight

Surely that's enough to end this pointless ( and, again, off-topic ) discussion, no?
If you will not defend your viewpoints, we might as well toss you out on your ass now, since you're quite literally not contributing.
EDIT: Just realized that I don't really care to respond to this.

Re: Join the Fight

The thread can be easily split, if you can explain / offer reasoning why my political (nee humanitarian) opinion is 'flawed'. Especially with regard to UKIP, whom I'd note you introduced in the first place by bringing in flawed (biased) statistics originating at least in part from them. In fact, I ...

Re: Join the Fight

Wall'o'text.
Good, and I respect your views, but disagree with them. And when I said that this is not the time and place to discuss this, is because this thread/topic/whateveryoucallit is of a different topic entirely ( ACTA stuff and such, not politics ), hence why I don't wish to discuss this.

Re: Join the Fight

The UKIP 2010 manifesto was to withdraw entirely from the EU. Technically that's ending the 'current form' of it, but I suspect not in the manner you meant. (Plus, the term cooperation doesn't actually mean much in political terms beyond 'not currently enemies') UKIP is most definitely xenophobic* ...

Re: Join the Fight

That's because USA ( and Japan ) started this. Except it never went to a vote in the USA. ACTA was first proposed by USA and Japan. Or at least it originated from there. So, yeah, thanks... around 75% British laws are made by the European Parliament Not true; http://blogs.channel4.com/factcheck/is-...

Re: Join the Fight

The only way it can be rejected if it's rejected by the parliament. But it's more likely they'll just approve it... People in Poland have already started collecting 500 000 signs of each citizen. If we get 500 000 signatures there will be public voting for rejecting it by parliament. Except that if...

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