Hello from the heart of Europe

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    Bleipriester Freedom!

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    Hi, I am new here, as you have rightly assumed.
    I am from Germany and I am proud of my country and history. Our fight for freedom and an appropriate place in the international community is not forgotten and will be continued. Great nations have to accept each other or they aren´t great.

    American politics are importand to european countries as well as to the rest of the world and so it is not a good idea to ignore them.
    Well I don´t like the EU, it´s a criminal organisation, which destroys europe. It has no legitimation, it is a privat organisation, which wangels government competences and disturbs the so-called democratic process in the memberstates by influencing anything without any limitation or field of competence.
     
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    Welcome to the boards, it will be refreshing to hear your opinions.
     
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    hi new person.

    i am not so sure about the EU myself, but i think it was a natural progression.

    on another and more welcoming note, i am a big fan of bananas myself, as you seem to be. my only complaint about them is i wish they had an extra syllable, maybe even two....like "bananamas" or "bananapanamamas" because i think it would be cool to hear three or four or even ten kids, who are perhaps the world biggest afficionados of that fruit, cry and screech and beg and cajole their mom's for one when they are shopping for produce. i bet their pleas for , say, a seven syllable fruit, would have a unique rhythmic quality.

    wlecome.
     
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    Hi and welcome.
    I'm 1/4 German and 1/2 drunk.
     
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    Thx. I always hope it will be a win.win situation :)



    :D



    How could it be a natural progression? We have very old countries here, which can not throw their roots away. And they way the EU operates is the main point why it should be abolished.



    Oh yes, I spent many years of my life for he banana issue. But the human since is just not developed enough to be able to clarify, how many syllables a banana should have.
     
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    Hi! What about the other quarter? :D
     
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    That's what I call my two-bit heritage.
     
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    Oh! :D
     
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    LOL-- I just joined, too 'wavingrl'--happy to be able to wave across the pond to you.

    my dad's family is German and I have known some fine Germans.

    iirc, last I heard--you have managed to keep your economy solvent and stable

    lots of us admire that. :)

    what does your user name mean 'bleipreister'--if you don't mind my asking?

    lol--I live in Atlanta, GA--where there are no plantations or ladies wearing hoop skirts, etc--some us still try to cling to a bit of 'Southern' heritage--courtesy/manners--equality is definitely a priority here--but sometimes men hold doors for women and sometimes women hold doors for men and sometimes 'a person' just holds a door open for another person. I tell you it is 'Wild'.:D

    i live not far from the heart of city---very pretty in the spring--dogwoods. fwiw.
     
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