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Monday, March 27, 2017

Brian W Lawrence <brian_w_lawrence@msn.com>: Mar 27 04:47PM +0100

On 27/03/2017 12:01, *skriptis wrote:
> 60 million any of te following, communists, nazis or sharia
> Muslims moved in and got a right to vote, and they for sure vote
> according to their preferences?
 
That's an unrealistic what if, no country could possibly accept a
short-term doubling of its population, infrastructure simply couldn't
cope. The UK's population doubled over roughly the last 140-150 years,
but mostly by natural growth, but post war there was considerable
immigration from Commonwealth countries, and more recently an influx
from the EU. The demographics are a lot different now to what they
were in the 1870s - but that isn't unique to the UK.
 

<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign-born_population_of_the_United_Kingdom>
 
>> the percentage of migrants in the overall US population.
 
>> Who would decide what 'authentic home values' are?
 
> Serious about that question? Why are you trolling?
 
 
Aren't we all?
 
 
 
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PeteWasLucky <waleed.khedr@gmail.com>: Mar 27 08:14AM -0700

Life continues and if he doesn't address it, it will be addressed by the next administration.
reilloc <reilloc@gmail.com>: Mar 27 09:56AM -0500

On 3/27/2017 9:48 AM, TT wrote:
 
>>> http://edition.cnn.com/2017/03/27/politics/lawmakers-reading-art-of-the-deal/
 
>> CNN LOL
 
> Where do you get your news then... Donald Duck?
 
He's paid, meagerly, by RT.
 
LNC
 
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*skriptis <skriptis@post.t-com.hr>: Mar 27 05:22PM +0200


> In other words, Germany, hearing how the United States views it, would
> not be unjustified in saying, "If that's all we are to each other, fine.
> We'll look elsewhere for alliances
 
 
LOL
 
 
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reilloc <reilloc@gmail.com>: Mar 27 09:54AM -0500

On 3/27/2017 5:13 AM, Pelle Svanslös wrote:
> any such moneys. But at this point, we apparently can't expect the
> president to know how NATO works at all.
 
> http://www.spin.com/2017/03/donald-trump-actually-gave-a-300b-bill-to-angela-merkel/
 
It's less than amateurish to reduce the relationship between these
parties to one of debtor-creditor. It wouldn't be unexpected for the
putative "debtor," learning that the "creditor" viewed the relationship
that way, to begin to keep an accounting, going forward, and to
terminate engaging in all behaviors inconsistent with any other
understanding of the scope of the engagement.
 
This approach has to have come from Trump, himself. Nobody with any
experience in governmental international relations would take any step
that might result in giving a friendly foreign power such a valid reason
to question the good faith of another power.
 
In other words, Germany, hearing how the United States views it, would
not be unjustified in saying, "If that's all we are to each other, fine.
We'll look elsewhere for alliances that attach value to our worth as a
sovereign and a people and govern our actions according to what you've
communicated to us are your expectations if and when incidents arise."
 
LNC
 
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