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Ce să vă zic, mă, bine ați venit? bine ați venit, rău ați nimerit. La locu' ăsta îi zice șerpărie, de la șerpii care umblă pe-aicea. Dracu' știe cum au ajuns...

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@0x815 well, if only there was a green deal or something forcing people to buy EVs to consume the extra energy... Oh, wait.

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@poVoq our socialists and liberals also defeated* the far-right in EU Elections, but they are just a bunch of corrupt entitled fuckers, holding some conservative views themselves as well. Hope this is not also the case with Portugal.


  • the far right literally has more than one party in the parliament, with more MEPs than in the previous legislature!!!
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@infeeeee curious, indeed. I think people voted for other smaller hungarian parties as well (or independent people), but these were probably not running for the EU Parliament.

Edit: in Bucharest some people voted for the incumbent mayor for a new term, as well as for the PSD-PNL alliance at the local council and/or the city hall of each sector - both opposing each other politically (🤯). Given this situation, I wouldn't be surprised to see a similar situation for these circumscriptions as well, but with UDMR at the EU parliament. People are just weird.

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@VanHalbgott I only live in one country, and that is Romania. But if I were to choose also among the European countries I'm not living in, I think it would be Finland.

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@Servais sigh will that Gorbachew guy ever tear down that wall?

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@0x815 Something that was known ever since the Marshall Plan. Sadly, high level corruption cancels all these effects...

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It's okay because Twitter doesn't have such a widespread use in Europe. We mostly use Facebook where these bots are maybe even more rampant. 🥲

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@0x815 that guy will only leave that position in the graveyard, lol.

And for good reason to be honest, he's been really good running our finances and went through no controversies himself. He managed to keep the currency quite stable, even through the rampant inflation from the '90s (and even more so in the last 2 decades), and he also managed to have no political affiliation whatsoever (whether openly or secretly).

Russia is waging a shadow war on the West that needs a collective response, Estonian leader says ( www.independent.co.uk )

Perched on the open ramp at the rear of a British Chinook helicopter, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas flew home from the annual Spring Storm military exercises, pleased to see NATO allies cooperating. But she later said that other types of warfare were on her mind....

petrescatraian ,
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@FatLegTed the alternative in WW2 was much worse than USSR at the time. There was a lot to lose for the West as well had the USSR fallen to the Nazis.

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@0x815 fair enough. If USA did it when it invaded Iraq, I cannot see a reason Europe won't do it when it comes for helping Ukraine. If the lunatic comes to the White House, then Europe will be on its own against Russia anyway.

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