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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Felice » 18 November 2018, 17:22

I did one ;)
It was fun gotta say . makes me feel special :P
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Re: Political Compass

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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby rogonandi » 19 November 2018, 08:18

Considering what I have seen and what I endure, this isn’t a surprise at all.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Satsuma » 19 November 2018, 10:01

rogonandi wrote:Considering what I have seen and what I endure, this isn’t a surprise at all.


I think people who go through a lot tend to be on the left of the spectrum. They tend to be a lot more understanding of others in similar situations :hug:
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Toddo » 19 November 2018, 10:23

ehh...sure.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Eryx » 19 November 2018, 14:07

Same as it ever was!
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Felice » 19 November 2018, 17:51

Btw is it ok to ask about politics here ? Or should i make a new thread ??
because i want to know What is happening with brexit In the last few days ? and Ask opinions about it.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby PopTart » 19 November 2018, 18:18

Felice wrote:Btw is it ok to ask about politics here ? Or should i make a new thread ??
because i want to know What is happening with brexit In the last few days ? and Ask opinions about it.

Here seems as good a place as any :shrug: or this thread: general-discussions/political-leaning-t2713/?hilit=politics

But honestly here would be fine too I'd imagine.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Felice » 19 November 2018, 18:31

Thanks . just wanted to know .
because right now as i said .. there is few things i didn't understand about what is happening in the uk .
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby PopTart » 19 November 2018, 18:48

how so?
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 19 November 2018, 18:52

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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Felice » 19 November 2018, 19:16

So . Right now the uk is leaving the eu . It can't be stopped nor i think People want to vote again i know that.

With theresa may's brexit plan, the tory MPs are resigning.....ok, Won't that disband the parliament ?? since i think it was more than 13 ??
Idk the information is all over the place .

And if so what do you brits think about what happened ????
Does it make you feel anxious ?? Do you feel like things are changing ??
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Satsuma » 19 November 2018, 19:23

Felice wrote:And if so what do you brits think about what happened ????


It's just another day for me :P

I honestly don't think much of it. Maybe I should, but I don't.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Felice » 19 November 2018, 19:26

The thing is. London felt the same when i went there last year .
I know the media LOVE to fear mongering it's viewers.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby PopTart » 19 November 2018, 20:18

Pretty much what Zoop said. Alot of people here are exhausted with Brexit. The perpetual back and forth, the political gameplaying in Parliament and in Europe and the generally negative news coverage on a daily basis has made alot of people come to the conclusion, that it's all going to be a mess no matter what.

Most people doubt much will change beyond costs. It all depends on who you talk to really.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Felice » 19 November 2018, 20:29

PopTart wrote:Pretty much what Zoop said. Alot of people here are exhausted with Brexit. The perpetual back and forth, the political gameplaying in Parliament and in Europe and the generally negative news coverage on a daily basis has made alot of people come to the conclusion, that it's all going to be a mess no matter what.

Most people doubt much will change beyond costs. It all depends on who you talk to really.


Huh ....That is interesting ..I thought that too , but then i'm not a citizen so idk if i can base what i think about really .

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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby mxguy01 » 19 November 2018, 21:58

PopTart wrote:... has made alot of people come to the conclusion, that it's all going to be a mess no matter what.

Most people doubt much will change beyond...


Sounds like the American's general opinion of their political system.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Satsuma » 19 November 2018, 23:28

mxguy01 wrote:Sounds like the American's general opinion of their political system.


It's pretty much ours too. We're more similar than we think! :D
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Capt._Trips » 20 November 2018, 01:01

Zoop wrote:
rogonandi wrote:Considering what I have seen and what I endure, this isn’t a surprise at all.


I think people who go through a lot tend to be on the left of the spectrum. They tend to be a lot more understanding of others in similar situations :hug:


I think i feel the total opposite. I didnt grow up in money and have had to struggle to get where i am now. Nobody ever gave me a handout or helped me. Everything i have i worked hard for and feel proud of it. And that's made me really lean more to the right then the left. That's just my take on things out here though. I dont really like neither of the major parties out here much.
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Re: Political Compass

Unread postby Satsuma » 20 November 2018, 01:08

Simple_Man wrote:I think i feel the total opposite. I didnt grow up in money and have had to struggle to get where i am now. Nobody ever gave me a handout or helped me. Everything i have i worked hard for and feel proud of it. And that's made me really lean more to the right then the left. That's just my take on things out here though. I dont really like neither of the major parties out here much.


Yeah I understand that! :D

I think I was coming more from the viewpoint of people with mental health issues and such. The disadvantaged. Sometimes things stop people from being able to work for their own security as much as the next person. That's all I meant :hug:
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