Civil War in the EU? (37)

1 Name: Domingo Chavez !lLT4.s9KkI 2005-11-09 20:33 ID:qgs6x8ZO This thread was merged from the former /politics/ board. You can view the archive here.

Well, right now it is in France. But soon, I beleive it could spill over the borders into other nations. Ignored, poverty stricken people who are pushed to the back, and stepped on by the upperclass which comprises the government reached their breaking point at the expense of the death of two young boys. They finally snapped and the rioting began. I feel it will soon escelate into the European Revolution.

2 Name: Citizen 2005-11-09 21:06 ID:T1rhIi2K

It's already in Berlin. I've only heard of one case of arsony so far, but I doubt it will stop there.

3 Name: Citizen 2005-11-09 22:11 ID:Heaven

Oh look, the Internet Marine is back with his usual sharp wit and keen insight!

4 Name: Citizen 2005-11-10 23:30 ID:Heaven

This thread is DQN, visit for a better thread

5 Name: Citizen 2005-11-11 05:47 ID:Heaven

I also sage for Internet Marines.

6 Name: Citizen 2005-11-11 07:06 ID:qgs6x8ZO

He makes a valid point none the less. France is in a civil uprising, a new revolution. I think America is on the path to a similar uprising in the near future.

7 Name: Citizen 2005-11-12 22:01 ID:i4+ex/+7

A civil uprising, a new revolution, or a bunch of hoodlums burning cars. It's all a matter of perpective, I tell you what.

8 Name: Citizen 2005-11-12 22:32 ID:qgs6x8ZO

Yes, more like right now a bunch of Hoodlums. But the demands are growing serious, first, the death of the two officers they blame. But now there are people rioting demanding parts of the government step down. The immagrant neighborhoods surrounding the big cities have been oppressed for about 30 some years now, the tensions have snapped and now the full out violence of that pent up anger has been shown. Its a matter of time before they truely spill over the borders and other nations have problems rather than a few small copy cat incidents.

9 Name: dmpk2k!hinhT6kz2E 2005-11-13 11:49 ID:Heaven

>>3 does not forgive.

10 Name: Alexander!DxY0NCwFJg!!MF8+ySC1 2005-11-15 17:49 ID:Heaven
"But over the past three decades, French governments of all colours have implemented an array of initiatives aimed at tackling widely documented problems."

Good article for anyone who thinks nothing has been done about the poor parts of French cities. However, it is naturally clear that whatever they have tried has failed in many ways.

11 Name: Citizen 2005-11-22 06:55 ID:qBqOZfGQ

Saying the immigrant neighborhoods have been 'oppressed' is going too far.
France is a pretty decent place to be (yes, even for muslim immigrants), and if we keep some perspective, their complaints and problems are trivial.

>>1 doesn't know what Europe is.

12 Name: Citizen 2005-11-23 03:29 ID:qsS/Djwt

Decent, even when Unemployment is at over 50% Yes, but america is a horrendious place if unemployement gets near 10%

13 Name: Citizen 2005-11-24 06:03 ID:fY3VgNVD

Disrespectful peasants!
STAND UP! King Alexander has entered the thread!

14 Name: Citizen 2005-11-28 13:53 ID:Heaven


Is there something wrong inside your brain?

15 Name: Citizen 2005-11-30 03:10 ID:qBqOZfGQ

It's not at over 50%. Closer to 15% for immigrants and below 10% for people of French origin.

16 Name: Citizen 2005-11-30 13:17 ID:iNqtyLaA

Why does the OP think something that affects some country as sneered upon as France will affect the rest of Europe? Hell most of us are secretly laughing at this whole fiasco.

17 Name: Citizen 2005-11-30 14:54 ID:RfUNLCMU

I still enjoy the fact of the French leader stating after the night where car burnings had dropped down to only 164 (I think thats the right number) that "France was returning to normal" This statement was followed by "It became unexceptable when more than 200 cars were burned a night"

My question is... Is torching 100 cars a night a normal occurance in France? And if it goes to 200 thats when things are labeled as "Abnormal and Unexceptable?"

18 Name: Citizen 2005-12-01 13:22 ID:Heaven


According to a newspaper article I read, 30000 burnt cars per year is the norm. It became a popular sport in the 1980s when the situation in the suburbs first escalated.

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20 Name: Citizen 2006-01-29 20:48 ID:uCPKIhwh

a bunch of hoodlums burning cars

21 Name: Citizen 2006-01-29 23:16 ID:PEW3QQpU

how many cars are burnt in the US? in Japan the number is 2000 / year not including caused by a accident.

22 Name: Citizen 2006-02-08 12:18 ID:d4agT/Aj

I live in Europe, and a Civil War is a bit far fecthed...

Stupid, ignorant, clueless Asian & American people... :P

23 Name: Citizen 2006-02-11 08:43 ID:j4TYODf6

Sorry about replying to the title without reading the posts;

If a nation (or something like the EU) has a common enemy, it will never fall apart. There is a very good enemy right now, muslims, so I see no chance of a break-up of the EU in the near future.

24 Name: Citizen 2006-02-11 18:36 ID:ZhOWDRBm

Actually there are two enemies. We don't like America either. We just tolerate you guys more ;p

25 Name: Citizen 2006-02-11 19:21 ID:Heaven

> If a nation (or something like the EU) has a common enemy, it will never fall apart.

Ignoring how idiotic the rest of your statement is, this sure takes the cake, though. Have you never even heard of "divide and conquer"?

26 Name: Citizen : 2006-07-19 21:14 ID:a9vyODi2


Your mom's pimp sure did.

27 Name: Citizen : 2006-07-20 04:47 ID:MQqsZzNX

They died by being stupid fucks and climbing into a sub-station. I guess the warning signs were too authoritarian and they had to disobey to prove how smart and superior they are.

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31 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-10 17:49 ID:7tL9aTZb

The "civil war" in the EU will not be between Christians and Moslems. It will be between the EU government and "right-wing extremists" and "racists" who object to being invaded and colonized by Arab "refugees" and subjected to Sharia law in the new Caliphate of Eurabia.

Jean Raspail's 1973 novel "Camp of the Saints" predicted almost exactly this situation.

32 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-28 10:19 ID:vRrrLmzj

Bulgarian here. We have militarized our borders with Turkey, effectively blocking a popular dry land migration route from the middle east to Europe. We're doing our part, but Greece refuses to do the same. They betray Europe even when it comes to the future survival of the European race. If a civil war does happen, you know who to blame.

33 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-29 08:51 ID:Heaven

Europe has been shitting on Greece for years about their debts, and now Greece will have its revenge.
Or maybe they're just being decent human beings and helping those poor refugees get into to your wealthy country so they can make Europe a better place by killing all the rich people and redistributing their wealth.

34 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-29 12:41 ID:Dz+WcHrl

You're gonna need to come up with better bait, >>33

35 Name: banderastSS : 2016-03-01 03:46 ID:k2Ep7kXM

UkrainianSS have brain in ass!

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37 Name: Unverified Source : 2024-05-14 06:34 ID:tEkG6WtI

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