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  • ynessebakouche
    started a topic Who can invite me to his country?

    Who can invite me to his country?

    Who can invite me to his country?

  • Etsia
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    Originally posted by jordan_rudess View Post
    Angela Merkel said so
    maybe she was forced to say no. but the hope to be accepted for the OP still remains macron can invite too or the Spanish seem to be very left hearted nowadays....

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  • dmitri11
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    I want each boy to go to a girl and invite her to dance with you.
    Last edited by dmitri11; 07-08-2018, 03:52 PM.

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  • VaselineBasket
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    Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post
    Keep your traveling on "hard-earned" money ...
    "Listen, You're quite a vulgar man! You love money more than you should!" (c)
    Last edited by VaselineBasket; 07-08-2018, 03:33 PM.

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  • dmitri11
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    Keep your traveling on "hard-earned" money ...





    ... und weiter noch einmal!





    Last edited by dmitri11; 07-08-2018, 02:00 PM.

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  • RogerCarmel
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    Originally posted by VaselineBasket View Post

    Pluralism is good everywhere, but it is good under the conditions of 1) lack of propaganda, 2) the presence of a high level of education, 3) the presence of human moral.
    I guess you’re right but to be perfectly honest, I never gave this much thought. What you say does make sense. Your #3 needs more precision because “human moral” could also be the morality of a Nazi Germany, the caste system in effect in India, sharia in Saudi and so on.


    Western propaganda affects the Tux, Soviet propaganda affects Dmitry. It's obvious. The one side lives with neo-Soviet Putin's Russia, the second side are exorcising a Yid-Putin into the Israel.
    OK, thanks for the clarification.

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  • VaselineBasket
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    Anna Netrebko isn’t an ordinary singer; she has talent, otherwise she wouldn’t have the career she has now. What is true is that there are many talented singers, most of whom never have any career to speak of. They may work in factories, offices or sing in the subway for a few kopecks... that’s the way it is in life: you not only need talent but need someone to believe in you and promote you.
    The end of message is absolutely true. Many Annes Netrebko are entering in life after universities. Even more talented persons, than Anna, but someone lucky in Russia, someone lucky in Europe, but someone more talented singing at home or in bar. This is not theme about geography (Russia or Europe or North America). This is the theme about luck, fortune and finding in the right place at the right time.
    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    Pluralism: it is good for Western democracies but isn’t for everyone. The local culture has to support the idea.
    Pluralism is good everywhere, but it is good under the conditions of 1) lack of propaganda, 2) the presence of a high level of education, 3) the presence of human moral.
    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    Their antisemitism is quite evident but I don’t see Dimitri as being influenced by Western propaganda.
    Western propaganda affects the Tux, Soviet propaganda affects Dmitry. It's obvious. The one side lives with neo-Soviet Putin's Russia, the second side are exorcising a Yid-Putin into the Israel.
    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    By “Russian Revolution” I meant the Bolshevik revolution of 1917. Sorry, I should have been more precise.
    This is a Freudian slip. Because the RSFSR gave a lot of resources for the construction of socialism in other countries, depriving benefits of Russian people. The RSFSR was too anti-colonial.
    Last edited by VaselineBasket; 07-08-2018, 11:08 AM.

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  • RogerCarmel
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    Originally posted by VaselineBasket View Post
    It is not an indicator of anything. If you assess the situation as an adequate person, then you should understand that one side of propaganda remained after the collapse of the USSR (It`s Western side). Therefore, the case of Anna Netrebko is a case of an ordinary singer, who was promoted.

    P.S. How do you feel about pluralism? One world party and one ideology has been rampant since 1991...
    Anna Netrebko isn’t an ordinary singer; she has talent, otherwise she wouldn’t have the career she has now. What is true is that there are many talented singers, most of whom never have any career to speak of. They may work in factories, offices or sing in the subway for a few kopecks... that’s the way it is in life: you not only need talent but need someone to believe in you and promote you.

    Pluralism: it is good for Western democracies but isn’t for everyone. The local culture has to support the idea.

    For example, a canadian Tux sees the neo-Soviet Union in Putin's Russia. But the Communist Dmitry expels the capitalist Putin to Israel. Two diametrical opinions that could be born only after the Western propaganda, but on a mutual basis of antisemitism.…
    Their antisemitism is quite evident but I don’t see Dimitri as being influenced by Western propaganda.

    This is almost true. "Your Russian revolution was "Soviet revolution". I would call "National (Russian, etc.) revolution" in 1991.
    By “Russian Revolution” I meant the Bolshevik revolution of 1917. Sorry, I should have been more precise.

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  • VaselineBasket
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    Did you know that Anna Netrebko used to be a cleaning lady at the Saint Petersburg Opera? Now she’s a successful opera diva. Even she moved out of Russia to live in Austria...

    It is not an indicator of anything. If you assess the situation as an adequate person, then you should understand that one side of propaganda remained after the collapse of the USSR (It`s Western side). Therefore, the case of Anna Netrebko is a case of an ordinary singer, who was promoted.

    P.S. How do you feel about pluralism? One world party and one ideology has been rampant since 1991.

    Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post
    When Putin will run away in Tel Aviv, over Leningrad rises the sun again.
    For example, a canadian Tux sees the neo-Soviet Union in Putin's Russia. But the Communist Dmitry expels the capitalist Putin to Israel. Two diametrical opinions that could be born only after the Western propaganda, but on a mutual basis of antisemitism.
    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    You’re still living in the 1950s, Dimitri. The glory days of the Russian Revolution are over. That country was an unquestionable failure. When the USSR broke apart, a lot of Soviet citizens emigrated to freer and more prosperous countries...
    This is almost true. "Your Russian revolution was "Soviet revolution". I would call "National (Russian, etc.) revolution" in 1991.
    Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post
    P.S. Thanks for inviting me to the Canadian hole.
    Dimka was offended, because the idea of the Soviet revolution was good, but the implementation of the revolution was lame.
    Last edited by VaselineBasket; 07-08-2018, 09:49 AM.

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  • dmitri11
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

    You’re still living in the 1950s, Dimitri. The glory days of the Russian Revolution are over. That country was an unquestionable failure. When the USSR broke apart, a lot of Soviet citizens emigrated to freer and more prosperous countries as soon as they could. Do you see Americans emigrating in large numbers to foreign countries? No. Do you see Swiss emigrating to foreign countries? No. Germans? No. I could go on but I’m sure you get the picture.

    I live in Russia, I know the will of the people of Russia. Russia is a rich country. And I don't need other people's money. Return this money to the Arabs, Negros ... also to the homeless Americanos. The onlookers open mouths - watch as time passes ...

    P.S. Thanks for inviting me to the Canadian hole.
    Last edited by dmitri11; 07-08-2018, 03:40 AM.

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  • RogerCarmel
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    Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post

    When Putin will run away in Tel Aviv, over Leningrad rises the sun again.
    You’re still living in the 1950s, Dimitri. The glory days of the Russian Revolution are over. That country was an unquestionable failure. When the USSR broke apart, a lot of Soviet citizens emigrated to freer and more prosperous countries as soon as they could. Do you see Americans emigrating in large numbers to foreign countries? No. Do you see Swiss emigrating to foreign countries? No. Germans? No. I could go on but I’m sure you get the picture.

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  • dmitri11
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

    I understand. Canada wouldn’t be my first choice either. Switzerland is much better.

    Leningrad? You mean Saint Petersburg. I’ve been to Saint Petersburg, USA, but haven’t yet visited the Russian city of the same name. Did you know that Anna Netrebko used to be a cleaning lady at the Saint Petersburg Opera? Now she’s a successful opera diva. Even she moved out of Russia to live in Austria...

    When Putin will run away in Tel Aviv, over Leningrad rises the sun again.
    Last edited by dmitri11; 07-07-2018, 03:38 PM.

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  • RogerCarmel
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    Originally posted by dmitri11 View Post

    I don't want to be in a Canadian hole ... I want to go to Moscow or Leningrad.
    I understand. Canada wouldn’t be my first choice either. Switzerland is much better.

    Leningrad? You mean Saint Petersburg. I’ve been to Saint Petersburg, USA, but haven’t yet visited the Russian city of the same name. Did you know that Anna Netrebko used to be a cleaning lady at the Saint Petersburg Opera? Now she’s a successful opera diva. Even she moved out of Russia to live in Austria...

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  • dmitri11
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
    You can come to Canada as well. We take anyone unless you’re an educated white male with a promising future.

    I don't want to be in a Canadian hole ... I want to go to Moscow or Leningrad.

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  • RogerCarmel
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    You can come to Canada as well. We take anyone unless you’re an educated white male with a promising future.

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