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Old Nov 18th, 2012, 11:31 PM   #31
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Re: How are the European protests/strikes going?

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Originally Posted by jameshazza View Post
Haven't seen much word of this. Although I sometimes feel that the British media is the most censored in the world.
The EU is made up of Police states anyway, can't see the protesters keeping their heads intact for much longer.
I don't know if the EU is made up of police states or not. However, I do believe that the EU is a "forced" construct that is doomed to break apart. I might be wrong though.
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