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Hello people, well i'm really new around here i've born in here for 3 hours ago lol.. I'm from Portugal and a proud European of course. I move here because i'm searching for new adventures, new challenges. I hope to get new and good friends in here as well as help my new region in all i can! To you know me better i can say that that i really appreciate the power of Democracy. Hail those o created Freedom and Respect.

 

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Our poruguese friend Pirilao will be very happy tlo meet you. He has been longing for a portuguese friend for ages. smile.gif I hope your time here will be a very pleasent and happy one. we have loads of fun usually and we are friendly. smile.gif

 

My new friend, if you have any questions ask me or anyone else as we will be more than happy to help you. yes.gif

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One more time thank you guys for your warm welcomes, and to my countryman,

"Bem j? ca estavas a espera de um maluco pra fazer pagode no meu desta inglesada toda lol.. Ok se tiver alguma dificuldade ja sei a quem recorrer.. Agora estou numa ainda de explorar aki a situa??o no forum!!

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His message still applies to today, and, unfortunately, so do most of the same social issues. Racism, nationalism, particularly the kind that regards immigrants as a parasite (even in comparatively liberal Sweden!) is happening everywhere. I actually volunteer for a group known as Anti Racist Action, which has many chapters in North America, primarily in Canada and the United States, and even some in other countries around the world.

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I swear democracy is dying in the UK, at least.

 

I was watching a documentary on the BBC called Equator, and it basically follows some bloke as he tours around the Equator, seeing different peoples and stuff.

 

In the Congo (I think, it was a eastern African nation, but the name eludes me) they were having the first democratic election for thirty years. The guide was very excited about voting for the first time in his life, and said that they would finally "have a government that is truly accountable to the people".

 

And I thought to myself "Christ, we in the UK don't have a government that is truly accountable to the people, what hope is there for a country which is having its first elections?"

 

The situation in the UK is sh*te. We have a government which thinks that now they're in power, it gives them license to do what they Goddamn well please, ignoring the public opinion. A government shouldn't ignore what its people think, but listen to them and act upon what they think, not indulging in unpopular imperialistic adventures and lining its own pockets.

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The situation in the UK is sh*te. We have a government which thinks that now they're in power, it gives them license to do what they Goddamn well please, ignoring the public opinion. A government shouldn't ignore what its people think, but listen to them and act upon what they think, not indulging in unpopular imperialistic adventures and lining its own pockets.

That's because labour have deserted many of their ideals and stepped towards the right.

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@Demukraticus: Well hello there and welcome to Europa! smile.gif

 

I was watching a documentary on the BBC called Equator, and it basically follows some bloke as he tours around the Equator, seeing different peoples and stuff.

Hey, how nice. I watched the part where he was in Indonesia. Congo is western/central Africa, and a former colony of Belgium.

 

That's because labour have deserted many of their ideals and stepped towards the right.

Truly. I may be mistaken, but I thought that a left-wing party in the UK equals a right-wing party in other western European countries. Same with the democrats in the USA. I can't believe some conservatives dare to call them socialists. rolleyes.gif

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Thank you Esteemed Miiros and Orioni, it can be a late welcome but good at the same =).

 

Indeed Mongol-Swedes, and about that Anti Racist Action group, it has an important role in your country?

 

Though in African countries most of the people is uncultered and poor, living in miserable conditions Tagmatium, what makes corruption a great source of power to most of the politicians. Indeed is funny for us, Europeans and Americans think they are voting for the first time on their lifes, that is still hapenning as you see is a reality in our days. In UK you vote diretly in a person for a specific position in the government? In Portugal we vote directly for the President of the Republic and for the Prime Minister, the other ministers are appointed. But here with the pass of the time people is voting each time less, the government only works in the best interests of themselfs and don't listen the mobs.

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