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Question getting an MEP removed?
Posted by: Ranter. - 05-11-19, 05:57 PM - Forum: EU Politics - Replies (1)

is there a set precedent that actually works?

i read this

https://www.asktheeu.org/en/request/wher..._complaint

but its not comprehensive enough.

I am asking re claire fox, a brexit party mp who calls for legalization and unblocking of of child porn, and jihadi videos. and whos magazine was shut down in 2000 for denying the bosnian genocide- a claim she reiterated in 2018.

as much as I hate the brexit party, I feel they and her have crossed a very sacred line here. this woman is a very harmful and has no right to be in office imho.

your help is appreciated

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Big Grin (15) Waiting on the results of the election
Posted by: Mico - 03-11-19, 09:15 AM - Forum: Brexit from UK and EU27 perspective - Replies (21)

I think the brexit saga went into its next season. Now we can discuss all the tactical voting nonsense spread by various parties.

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  My hobbies
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I am going to share with all of you my favorite hobbies here, which I love to enjoy. 
Photography 
Traveling
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Watching movies
Playing cricket 
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What are your favorite hobbies?

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  Hello everyone!
Posted by: Dean - 10-10-19, 11:35 AM - Forum: Everything Else - Replies (2)

Hello everyone! My name is Dean and I am a newcomer here. It is my first post here, which I do here for my introduction. I belong to the USA and I like to learn things and getting information by enjoying the various kinds of boards. I join this community due to this thing and sure that it will prove useful for me.

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  French police attack....
Posted by: Ranter. - 03-10-19, 03:07 PM - Forum: EU Politics - Replies (1)

https://www.france24.com/en/20191003-liv...-police-hq

apparently he was an admin in the 'intel unit' at the police,the motives are as yet unknown.

the obvious guess is that he did it during the police strikes, because he went over the edge about losing pay or conditions,or may have been on the verge of being fired..rip all victims, its a sad day..

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  Berlin Seeks to Ease Housing Pressure With $1 Billion ADO Deal
Posted by: Ranter. - 28-09-19, 11:12 AM - Forum: EU Politics - Replies (1)

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...ium-europe

say what you like about corbyn, but hes copying all the right ”centrist” policies Wink

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  Today's Trends: Populism/Far right/"Illiberal" democracies
Posted by: ClairefromFR - 26-09-19, 11:52 AM - Forum: Everything Else - Replies (70)

Hello

Pierrot Lunaire proposed to discuss the dangers that threaten democracy in our world and in our time: populism, fascism, far right, "illiberal" democracies, whatever words are used to describe the trends in many countries in Europe and elsewhere.

Now words do matter. I'll encourage everyone to be as accurate as possible to describe what is intended with the use of terms in order to not be stuck in endless debate about definitions.

I propose that we use Umberto Eco's definition of the main aspects of fascism. Some of them might suit such or such a situation but not be enough to deserve the full qualification. Full fascism is not the only danger that threaten us. The debate could thus lead us to define as much as we can what democracy means and what is essential to fight for.

Thank you so much for your contributions to this forum.

https://www.pegc.us/archive/Articles/eco_ur-fascism.pdf

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  Irish backstop questions
Posted by: TheWriggler - 18-09-19, 01:09 PM - Forum: Brexit from UK and EU27 perspective - Replies (30)

This has probably been covered in previous threads, but I couldn't find one dedicated to this subject. I'm puzzled by these questions.

"The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator said that the bloc would protect its citizens, businesses and peace in Ireland "in all circumstances"." (RTE.ie) - what in practice does this mean?

If no deal is reached by 31 October (and there is no 3rd extension) what will actually happen?
There are something like 275 crossing points. Would some of these be closed off physically? Would there be customs checks on the others? Who would insist on this and would would the reasons be? Would that actually be possible? It seems quite likely that any such infrastructure would be demolished by those living nearby.

Does No Deal necessarily mean a breach of the GFA?
Would it actually be a breach of the GFA to set up border posts like this? It is obviously against the spirit of the GFA, but having read it it doesn't seem to say much about the border at all.  There's a discussion about it here.

Is there an irony about insisting on the Backstop so strongly that the very thing it is designed to prevent comes about because of this insistence?
The Backstop is, as I understand it, to protect both the GFA and the Single Market. I don't know how the Customs Union relates to this.  I believe that "protecting the GFA" means essentially ensuring that the borders stay open. But a No Deal departure means that they won't, doesn't it? (see above).

In asking this question I'm not trying to attribute blame to the EU27 in any way. Clearly the UK is solely responsible for this mess.

I just don't understand why it wouldn't be better to drop the Backstop in the hope that a solution of some kind can be reached in the future: so under the WA the UK would stay aligned with the EU while negotiations on a future FTA were happening. If those failed then the question of whether NI would stay in the CU and SM could be addressed at that point.  If the UK refused to do that, then, and only then at that point in the future, the question of a hard border would have to be addressed.

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