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number 46

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419 posts

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An unaccountable, undemocratic, useless Stalinist body gets awarded this !!! What a joke !!!

WEHGuy

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53 months

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number 46 said:
An unaccountable, undemocratic, useless Stalinist body gets awarded this !!! What a joke !!!
Yes, what a joke. They must be fearing that it may collapse soon so, are using every bit of propaganda to try and turn it around. Is there any country where the people are majorly in favour of the EU?

fido

10,255 posts

135 months

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Well they are certainly good at peac-ing money down the drain! [5/10 for pun]

Zed32

72 posts

75 months

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They'll be getting it for economics next time....

rxtx

4,636 posts

90 months

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Does seem a bit odd. I'd have given it to Bill Gates.

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Ozzie Osmond

15,599 posts

126 months

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number 46 said:
An unaccountable, undemocratic, useless Stalinist body gets awarded this !!! What a joke !!!
Thanks for the opportunity to respond in kind.


powerstroke

2,322 posts

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CH rist !!! so they push a common currency that causes economic meltdown, put sticking plasters on the problems that then cause futher misery and rioting and finaly shag the more prosperous nations which piss there poupulus's off because there hard earned cash is being squanderd to prop the whole mess up, yes give em the peace prizesmash

AshVX220

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70 months

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Ozzie Osmond said:
number 46 said:
An unaccountable, undemocratic, useless Stalinist body gets awarded this !!! What a joke !!!
Thanks for the opportunity to respond in kind.

Not even remotely "in kind" really is it? 1/10 on the Trollometer, must try harder.

Ozzie Osmond

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AshVX220 said:
Not even remotely "in kind" really is it? 1/10 on the Trollometer, must try harder.
Which bit of the words used by OP "unaccountable, undemocratic, useless" did you fail to understand?

And the armband nicely compliments the OPs use of the word "Stalinist", don't you think?

AJS-

11,439 posts

116 months

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Not really surprising, they seem to be more a prize in left wingery than anything else.

eldar

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76 months

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Ozzie Osmond said:
Which bit of the words used by OP "unaccountable, undemocratic, useless" did you fail to understand?

And the armband nicely compliments the OPs use of the word "Stalinist", don't you think?
You suggesting the EU is not Stalinist but Nazi is rational?

Tunku

6,819 posts

108 months

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Bizarre. Europe needs to blown to bits so we can start again without the knob jockeys...

Mark Benson

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149 months

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I think the Nobel Peace prize lost it's credibility when they gave one to Obama before he's had chance to do anything in office, even he was embarrassed by it.

However, playing Devil's Advocate, it's a matter of public record that the European project was in part conceived it order to ensure no more wars in Europe on the scale of WWII and in that respect it could be considered a success, even if in most other respects it's an abject failure (at least for the Europeans that aren't in some way on board the gravy train itself).

AshVX220

1,987 posts

70 months

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Ozzie Osmond said:
AshVX220 said:
Not even remotely "in kind" really is it? 1/10 on the Trollometer, must try harder.
Which bit of the words used by OP "unaccountable, undemocratic, useless" did you fail to understand?

And the armband nicely compliments the OPs use of the word "Stalinist", don't you think?
Because you're comparing one individual with an entire establishment.

As for the pointlessness of the Nobel prizes, IMHO it lost any credibility when they gave one to man-bear-pig.

JPJPJP

2,520 posts

48 months

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I also heard that von Rumpy is getting a blue peter badge

glazbagun

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77 months

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Mark Benson said:
However, playing Devil's Advocate, it's a matter of public record that the European project was in part conceived it order to ensure no more wars in Europe on the scale of WWII and in that respect it could be considered a success, even if in most other respects it's an abject failure (at least for the Europeans that aren't in some way on board the gravy train itself).
Yup. It may cost billions, but by giving politicians a big juicy carrot it has, at least, prevented anything like the bloodbaths of before.

don4l

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56 months

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JPJPJP said:
I also heard that von Rumpy is getting a blue peter badge


He has an odd look about him which suggests that a "Jim'll Fix It" badge might be more appropriate.


I'm not sure about the timing of this Peace prize - given the continuing riots in Greece and Spain.

Don
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number 46

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419 posts

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glazbagun said:
Mark Benson said:
However, playing Devil's Advocate, it's a matter of public record that the European project was in part conceived it order to ensure no more wars in Europe on the scale of WWII and in that respect it could be considered a success, even if in most other respects it's an abject failure (at least for the Europeans that aren't in some way on board the gravy train itself).
Yup. It may cost billions, but by giving politicians a big juicy carrot it has, at least, prevented anything like the bloodbaths of before.
No war so far, the way things are going in Greece and Spain I wouldn't best confident of what the EU has achieved in terms of peace.

fbrs

8,467 posts

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glazbagun said:
Mark Benson said:
However, playing Devil's Advocate, it's a matter of public record that the European project was in part conceived it order to ensure no more wars in Europe on the scale of WWII and in that respect it could be considered a success, even if in most other respects it's an abject failure (at least for the Europeans that aren't in some way on board the gravy train itself).
Yup. It may cost billions, but by giving politicians a big juicy carrot it has, at least, prevented anything like the bloodbaths of before.
rofl

nothing to do with the cold war then? amazing

Zod

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This is an offensive joke.
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