Normal day in EU parliament

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daftcunt's picture

pedobear approves!

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n0val33t's picture

I'm so hard right now!

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Pdub's picture

All autists.

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Dude's picture

There is no food crisis? Bread went up a few cents and meat up a few euros but we earn more now.

And for the energy now, neigboring country's are supplying the others with gas Saudi / American gas

Russia shot themselves in the foot.

It will take some time to trust them again.

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theblackswordsman's picture

Food shortages will likely start getting bad after the harvest.

 

America Should be spending this time expanding it's food and energy production so it can adequetly export, not just sending out whatever it possess. It's just going to drag us down with you. Like trying to save a panicing swimmer that is drowning. It's really hurting in some areas right now due to The Biden admin's sabotage. It's shipping most of it's baby forumla for example to the border to handle the immigration waves (Which we should be turning away at this time.) And stores are drying up. It's a bigger problem than what is being reported.

 

Competing with inflation by raising minimum wage is the worst thing you can do. It creates a death spiral of your dollar value. The real way to combat inflation is to cut spending and shred percentages of your money supply when possible. While simultaneously chipping away at your national debt, as well as citizens taking less loans when possible, and chipping away at their personal debt if they can. (I know it's hard, I have been there for more than a decade. That meant personal sacrficies and working harder to get it done.) In order to cut spending means smaller government. But government never wants to do that. Only grow. The people suffer for it, in the end.

 

And as people get righteously angry at their suffering due to their mismanagement government usually has to resort to more authoritarianism, which makes people more angry and even violent if it's bad enough, and then comes the real oppression.

 

Which then can pave the way for demagogues and messiac figures among the people alike to spark rebellions, which can escalate to civil war in many cases. See Rome, Germany, and France just for a starting reference.

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Bobbob's picture

'Which then can pave the way for demagogues and messiac figures among the people alike to spark rebellions, which can escalate to civil war in many cases. See Rome, Germany, and France just for a starting reference.'

Truer words, TBS..

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theblackswordsman's picture

Possibly. But it depends on what you are looking at.

 

There are things I agree very much with what he did and things I disagree very much what he did.

 

The media also played a far larger part in turning a molehill into a mountain. If news coverage gave full honest context, diviions would not be nearly as stark as they are now. Media dishonesty are the largest culprits to blame in the public eye. Period.

 

Mostly what I am speaking of in the cycle of civilzation in regards to demagogues and messiac figures occurs amidst crises, not amidst normalacy.

 

The near future will be quite eventful.

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Bobbob's picture

It's rare you feel bad for EU parliamentarians, but there you have it.

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