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Comment Re:You know what is frustrating for me? (Score 1) 299

Homophobe, today, homo tomorrow. Who knows who's going to win the next election and what harebrained laws come into existence? Look at the agendas Trump rides on, think it's so impossible that the US gets some anti-discrimination laws rolled back, and further back actually?

The only way you probably have nothing to fear is if you have neither an opinion nor a life.

Comment Re: You made it, Syrians! (Score 1) 1453

As much as I like the idea of a unified Europe, I despise the way it was realized. I would like to live in a Europe that "feels" kinda-like some sort of "USE", but in fact, what I get to see is a bunch of nations bickering and trying to rip as much as possible out of the cake called EU for their own benefit without giving half a shit about the rest of the union.

Comment Re: You made it, Syrians! (Score 1) 1453

All you mention benefits first and foremost corporations.

Cheaper flights: How often do you fly? Moving once across the continent may be usual for the US, it is very, very uncommon in Europe. Who benefits from cheap flights?

Roaming fees: How many people do you know abroad that abandoning roaming fees would benefit you. Besides, TANSTAAFL, telcos will not simply swallow the losses, so who gets to pay for corporations' benefit from cheaper international calls?

Lasting peace: Mostly a side effect of corporations not wanting nation states meddling with their profits. Yes, it's nice to live in a safe environment, but don't act as if that's actually something they did for the people.

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