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"Why would any terrorist attack Norway of all places? Its a small country in the middle of nowhere with no influence on the world."

They have oil money out the gazoo

They have the strongest currency in the world.

They have a good number of pissed off muzzies.

They are the biggest investor in Europe.

I don't know where the food is worse or more expensive..Norway or the UK, but that is another subject.
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02/07/2013 04:28 PM
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Something tells me this has something to do with our oil stipend to the Afghans :o)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33886201


Do tell more pretty please. :)

Dunno if the Breivik massacre/terrorist attack was related only to this, but Norway was offering to buy out all the Greek debt (300BN) on favorable terms and help Greece with oil/natgas exploration because of their ability to drill very deep, they were already in the process of buying Greek bonds since summer 2010. They pulled out all their offers immediately after the Breivik carnage and Greece continued with more IMF/ECB bailouts. Pretty wide-spread conspiracy here in Greece at that time, published in almost all of the blogs etc. I admit though that Breivik case had also other TPTB messages too, could maybe not be related, just sharing a local conspiracy.
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Lol. First of all, Greece would never allow oil/natural gas exploration on a large scale. Are you kidding? They won't even allow SCUBA diving. Lol. Which could generate income via tourism. In addition to that, the bureacracy in place would make any project such as the one suggested too lengthy and cost prohibitive. Greece is simply not business friendly. Way too short sighted. Even companies that have Greek origins such as Fage the Greek yogurt maker , have moved their headquarters out of the country.
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Lol. First of all, Greece would never allow oil/natural gas exploration on a large scale. Are you kidding? They won't even allow SCUBA diving. Lol. Which could generate income via tourism. In addition to that, the bureacracy in place would make any project such as the one suggested too lengthy and cost prohibitive. Greece is simply not business friendly. Way too short sighted. Even companies that have Greek origins such as Fage the Greek yogurt maker , have moved their headquarters out of the country.
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Yep, Greece is not as business friendly as other countries, for the Breivik thing i said it's a conspiracy and not a fact, but drilling for resources will take place at some point here in Greece in the next decade or so, whether we like it or not, it's not in Greece's hand to make this decision, international corporations/markets will make this decision for us unfortunately, not a choice thingy. Greek govt doesn't make the decisions for Greek matters for some time already.

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Lol. First of all, Greece would never allow oil/natural gas exploration on a large scale. Are you kidding? They won't even allow SCUBA diving. Lol. Which could generate income via tourism. In addition to that, the bureacracy in place would make any project such as the one suggested too lengthy and cost prohibitive. Greece is simply not business friendly. Way too short sighted. Even companies that have Greek origins such as Fage the Greek yogurt maker , have moved their headquarters out of the country.
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Yep, Greece is not as business friendly as other countries, for the Norway thing i said it's a conspiracy and not a fact, but drilling for resources will take place at some point here in Greece in the next decade or so, whether we like it or not, it's not in Greece's hand to make this decision, international corporations/markets will make this decision for us unfortunately, not a choice thingy. Greek govt doesn't make the decisions for Greek matters for some time already.
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Won't happen. Keep in mind that Greece is having difficulties because of decisions they themselves made to begin with. Their own actions started and got them into this. They are also still making their own decisions, ridiculous to play the blame game, pass the buck and lay the whole mess in someone else's lap. No one other than Greece is making decisions for Greece.
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Lol. First of all, Greece would never allow oil/natural gas exploration on a large scale. Are you kidding? They won't even allow SCUBA diving. Lol. Which could generate income via tourism. In addition to that, the bureacracy in place would make any project such as the one suggested too lengthy and cost prohibitive. Greece is simply not business friendly. Way too short sighted. Even companies that have Greek origins such as Fage the Greek yogurt maker , have moved their headquarters out of the country.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33858908


Yep, Greece is not as business friendly as other countries, for the Norway thing i said it's a conspiracy and not a fact, but drilling for resources will take place at some point here in Greece in the next decade or so, whether we like it or not, it's not in Greece's hand to make this decision, international corporations/markets will make this decision for us unfortunately, not a choice thingy. Greek govt doesn't make the decisions for Greek matters for some time already.
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Won't happen. Keep in mind that Greece is having difficulties because of decisions they themselves made to begin with. Their own actions started and got them into this. They are also still making their own decisions, ridiculous to play the blame game, pass the buck and lay the whole mess in someone else's lap. No one other than Greece is making decisions for Greece.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33858908


We'll see if it happens or not, i'm not gonna argue on that. I'm not trying to pass the buck or the mess to anyone, this is and will be a big lesson for most of the Greeks and i'm completely aware of our shortcomings, i'm also completely aware of where our fair share of the blame stops and where the fair share of market manipulation/speculation and usury starts, something that you're not aware of as it seems, it usually takes 2 to tango you know. Last part of your post is plain BS, Greece isn't making her own decisions for at least 2 years now with troika/memorandums, there isn't the same amount of national sovereignty anymore, i think that's quite clear to all the citizens of this country, have no idea how you reached to this claim of yours.

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probaly just som radical muslim being monitored by PST thats said something bogus knowing that their monitored,thoose guys keep trying to make a big deal about how "tough" they are all the fuckin time , its getting on my fuckin nerves...

its people that if you insult them would probably bring 10-20 people to take on one guy to show how "tough" they are
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02/07/2013 05:35 PM
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Why would any terrorist attack Norway of all places? Its a small country in the middle of nowhere with no influence on the world.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20366586


One of the world's richest sovereign wealth funds. Norwegians make more money from profits on Stadtoil's small tar sands projects, than the government of Alberta gets from oil royalties provincewide...

Norwegians make more in annual profits from their sovereign wealth fund, than the total asset value of Alberta's sovereign wealth fund...

..because socialism is EVIL!
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02/07/2013 05:39 PM
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Norway has a fat sovereign wealth fund for the pickings. Here comes the Banksters with false flag BS.
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yep, thats what i think

i bet half will be gone when their done with us.. the rest inflated away, as we head into the new world currency from china
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02/07/2013 05:48 PM
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Wonder where the info about imminent attack was
 Quoting: Ger_reG


Happened a lot of time in the US and nothing happens!
Same here
 Quoting: Limpan


Its only the foreign newschannels who reports this.

All norwegian news channels has reported that there is NO incidents behind this act.
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02/07/2013 05:50 PM
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Re: Norway on high alert after information about a terror act!! Military warns of a imminent attack
Something tells me this has something to do with our oil stipend to the Afghans :o)
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havent you gone "?" when you open a newspaper here recently? all these "books" about firewood etc.. "Feelings for firewood" .. "NORWAY! A proud nation of firewood enthusiasts!" etc, and Borten posing with an axe and a suit hanging from a tree on a calendar:

[link to www.t-a.no]

Pretty "strange" pic for him, dont you think? It tells you where we're going ... and their in full swing reducing our living standards now.. they say it openly. yet 99,99% of people dont have a clue, even tho the subtle humor is all over the papers ...

we've put all our valuable oil and labour into papers, that will be worthless when this house of cards come down... i bet there will be some pissed off sheeple pretty soon

so i guess if you dont want to be in chains chopping firewood for Borten, you better start stacing gold and silver
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02/07/2013 06:01 PM
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Why would any terrorist attack Norway of all places? Its a small country in the middle of nowhere with no influence on the world.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20366586


Distraction operations? They sure are raising a big fuss. Waving "look here", from a Country that nothing ever happens in, mostly.

Hmmm.

Either it is a distraction, from something else in the World, or something MAJOR really is going on.

Be vigilant.
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02/07/2013 06:12 PM
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probaly just som radical muslim being monitored by PST thats said something bogus knowing that their monitored,thoose guys keep trying to make a big deal about how "tough" they are all the fuckin time , its getting on my fuckin nerves...

its people that if you insult them would probably bring 10-20 people to take on one guy to show how "tough" they are
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Or another 'Anders Breijvijk' show to show the World how bad immigration opponents are.
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02/07/2013 06:30 PM
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what's the needle on the norge guntard-o-meter doing. whirrrr-wheeeeeng-wacka-wacka-wacka-ker-plink
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02/07/2013 06:32 PM
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all we need to do is get rid of these fascist muslims threatening the worlds peace and freedom.
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02/07/2013 06:33 PM
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Why would any terrorist attack Norway of all places? Its a small country in the middle of nowhere with no influence on the world.
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lot of money there
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Something tells me this has something to do with our oil stipend to the Afghans :o)
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havent you gone "?" when you open a newspaper here recently? all these "books" about firewood etc.. "Feelings for firewood" .. "NORWAY! A proud nation of firewood enthusiasts!" etc, and Borten posing with an axe and a suit hanging from a tree on a calendar:

[link to www.t-a.no]

Pretty "strange" pic for him, dont you think? It tells you where we're going ... and their in full swing reducing our living standards now.. they say it openly. yet 99,99% of people dont have a clue, even tho the subtle humor is all over the papers ...

we've put all our valuable oil and labour into papers, that will be worthless when this house of cards come down... i bet there will be some pissed off sheeple pretty soon

so i guess if you dont want to be in chains chopping firewood for Borten, you better start stacing gold and silver
 Quoting: nerdwegian


WHAT DID YOU EXPECT OF A EU?

the wealth and healthcaresystems of germany and the norge nations CAN NEVER be implemented on the entire EU.
WAY TOO EXPENSIVE!
so WE will have to give up on it OUR POLITICANS WILL SOON TELL US!!!!!
to make evryone within the EU equal, they will tell us.
it is compareable with the current "give us your weapons" strategy in the USA.
and true.....9.99% pct dont even know what is comming!
should we just give up these rights or should we fight to keep em?
whats your thoughts?
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Lol. First of all, Greece would never allow oil/natural gas exploration on a large scale. Are you kidding? They won't even allow SCUBA diving. Lol. Which could generate income via tourism. In addition to that, the bureacracy in place would make any project such as the one suggested too lengthy and cost prohibitive. Greece is simply not business friendly. Way too short sighted. Even companies that have Greek origins such as Fage the Greek yogurt maker , have moved their headquarters out of the country.
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Yep, Greece is not as business friendly as other countries, for the Norway thing i said it's a conspiracy and not a fact, but drilling for resources will take place at some point here in Greece in the next decade or so, whether we like it or not, it's not in Greece's hand to make this decision, international corporations/markets will make this decision for us unfortunately, not a choice thingy. Greek govt doesn't make the decisions for Greek matters for some time already.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Won't happen. Keep in mind that Greece is having difficulties because of decisions they themselves made to begin with. Their own actions started and got them into this. They are also still making their own decisions, ridiculous to play the blame game, pass the buck and lay the whole mess in someone else's lap. No one other than Greece is making decisions for Greece.
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We'll see if it happens or not, i'm not gonna argue on that. I'm not trying to pass the buck or the mess to anyone, this is and will be a big lesson for most of the Greeks and i'm completely aware of our shortcomings, i'm also completely aware of where our fair share of the blame stops and where the fair share of market manipulation/speculation and usury starts, something that you're not aware of as it seems, it usually takes 2 to tango you know. Last part of your post is plain BS, Greece isn't making her own decisions for at least 2 years now with troika/memorandums, there isn't the same amount of national sovereignty anymore, i think that's quite clear to all the citizens of this country, have no idea how you reached to this claim of yours.
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You need to get in touch with reality. Using pat phrases like "it takes two to tango" is complete BS. There is such a thing as one party screwing the other in agreements. Greece has consistently made agreements and not honored them. They have consistently played games, reneged on agreements and when all else fails tries to play stupid. If you still think that Greece is not making it's own decisions with troika/memorandums you're deluded. That's complete BS too. Greece has many options ,one of which is pulling out of the EU and the euro. Deciciding not to do that or explore the other options available is called a DECISION. The fact of the matter is that despite troika etc. this route is far more profitable for Greece , and bonus Greece still gets to cry "victim". Greece refuses to do anything to help itself. They want others to solve the problem while they take siesta and keep their shops closed in the afternoons most of the time. What's considered less than part time work in other countries is full time work in Greece. Yet they want the same pay,benefits and waaaaaaaay earlier retirement. You're joking right? Have you looked at the numbers? The country couldn't run cost efficiently on the pensions alone. That's enough to put them in the negative. You have situations where women in certain instances can inherit their fathers pensions. You have situations where women are entitled to early retirement at age 50 if they have a child under the age of 11. That's INSANITY. If you need to retire because you have a child you should'nt be having that child. I urge you add up the numbers. The paltry amounts paid in out of pay per month, the age of retirement and the approximate age of death. The numbers on that alone don't work. Add the inanity of excesses such as divorced or widowed women inheriting a fathers pension. Add to that all the other crazy excesses and it's just a huge BLACK HOLE. Don't even start on the useless bloated system of government employees , supergiant black hole there. Really ? To pay a simple car registration down at eforia you need 3 employees ? Two to look at it an one to take the payment? That was one of the FUNNIEST things I ever saw in my life. Especially since the first employee had the same register in front of her as the third one did. Guess what. The first one can accept and process the payment. You don't need people standing on three lines for absolutely no reason. The first clerk could easily do the job plus have people out of there faster. When teams came in from Germany to HELP with effective cost cutting measures Greece wanted nothing to do with any advice given. Rather than look at effective solutions and resolutions Greece just wants to keep those bailout funds coming. They made agreements to accept a certain amount of immigrants into the country. They reneged on those agreements too. They viciously and violently physically attack and brutalize these people. They also MERCILESSLY exploit them. You want to bring up usury LOL. These immigrants are dragged out to the middle of nowhere to work fields. They have no way out of there. They are then paid less slave wages. The wages they do make they have to pay back to the farmer or landowner for sleeping in the fields (they have no transportation to leave) food and water. The water alone gets for 2 and sometimes 3 euros. These people are making less than 20 euros a day. Most wind up indebted so they can't leave until the season is over. How convenient for the landowner. Many are then charged falsely with theft on top of being brutalized and robbed.

What followed would end up symbolising how migrants have become among the biggest and most defenceless victims of Greece's economic crisis, facing racist attacks, police apathy and a system that punishes them rather than their assailants.

The baker and two others fastened an 8-metre long metal chain around Taleb's neck with a lock and dragged him to a stable, he said, where another man joined them. There they tied him to a chair, tightened the noose and punched him while he drifted in and out of consciousness, he said.

The men drank beer - which they also forced into Taleb's mouth - and taunted him for being a Muslim, he said.

"They dragged me around like a dog,» said Taleb, recounting the attack from a mattress on the floor of his dingy apartment tucked away amid Salamina's low-roofed houses and tavernas.

"I thought this was the end for me. I kept fainting, and every time I fainted they would hit me with rods to wake me up."

After 18 hours, Taleb managed to escape when his captors left to reopen the bakery. But his nightmare was not over.

Found at dawn under a tree with the heavy chain still around his neck and his face swollen beyond recognition, Taleb was initially taken to a hospital and given first aid.

[link to www.ekathimerini.com]

If you want to ensure a better future for Greece take action not bailout funds. Open up for business. Forget the naps. Give up the summer vacations. Go to work. Make the country more business friendly. Capitalize on the biggest assets you have. Location. Stop firebombing everything, so that people will want to visit. When and if they do be nice. You are one of the most unfriendly places to visit. People go to restaurants and wind up either getting yelled at or have to listen to someone else getting yelled at. Not a fun atmosphere either way. Stop stealing from people. If a tourists gets robbed or scammed trust me he gripes about it . When others hear about it they are hesitant to visit. Become human. Stop brutalizing the immigrants. There fear I see on these poor people's faces....again to a good atmosphere for tourists. You could also increase your olive oil exports if you would stop adulterating the olive oil. Greece has many options available that would help stimulate the economy and enable self sufficiency. The problem is sheer laziness and apathy.
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Oh no is AlCIAda at it again? Or moo sad?
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why dont you get in with your own flag? it is obvious you are not greek
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why dont you get in with your own flag? it is obvious you are not greek
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LoL My nationality, who or where I am are not relevant to the issues discussed.
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why dont you get in with your own flag? it is obvious you are not greek
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LoL My nationality, who or where I am are not relevant to the issues discussed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33858908


den einai les e?
well you are so against Greece which shows you dont know a shit about the people leaving here.

and btw this thread is about norway and the threats

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Pure BS rant here...
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You think that Greece can make the decision to leave EU/euro by her own and you're calling me deluded? Lmao, everyone knows that Greece should have gone bankrupt 3 years ago, even Merkel's advisers said that it would be the best for everyone involved, but guess what, didn't happen, because Greece can't take this decisions by her own, seriously, can't/won't happen, it's naive to think that we can, only one thing is for certain, we can't keep up with the euro no matter how much austerity and budget cuts, we need a hard default, which is obviously not in our hands to decide.

As i said i know many things are wrong with the system here, it's so fucked up that it's not fixable anymore, we need a total reset on public and politician level and i agree with many things you say about public spending/corruption, i won't agree with the lazy/siesta propaganda BS part though, this doesn't represent the whole population and you know it, the majority of the population is hard working people here and i'm quite sure about that.

Abuse of immigrants and GD actions are pathetic and i personally disagree completely with these things, this is not the way to solve this, but you're overstating things quite a bit by presenting the whole Greek population as racist thugs and abusers don't ya think?

And btw, don't overdo it with the victimization of the immigrants, the only thing i know is that 45 Greeks mostly elderly died by illegals in 2012 in various criminal activities of theirs and nobody said a thing in the MSM, and when the first immigrant died by some racist wackos just some weeks back it was all over the news for a week with protests and such, i won't even go to increased rape cases, or that 65-70% of the criminals in prisons are immigrants, illegal immigration costs Greece 10BN a year for many years in a row now, these are facts. I'm not telling you all these to justify these horrible actions, i'm telling you these things for you to understand maybe why a part of the people are angry with the illegals situation here. We can't fucking legalize you all with our current financial woes now can we? You can understand this now don't you? Greeks won't have to eat in a year or so, you can understand that we can't legalize the bunch of you? We are talking about almost 1 million illegals in a country of 10, that's besides the 800 thousand legal ones, they're so many that we don't have space to detain them anymore lmao. It was fun when it was raining money here, but this is not the case anymore, we need to regroup and be left alone, sorry to blow your multi-culti utopia, but it is what it is.

We're definitely not one of the most unfriendly places to visit lmao, sorry that you had such an experience, must be you tbh, this isn't the norm for sure, but yeah ask a foreigner/tourist about it and not me.
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Something tells me this has something to do with our oil stipend to the Afghans :o)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33886201


havent you gone "?" when you open a newspaper here recently? all these "books" about firewood etc.. "Feelings for firewood" .. "NORWAY! A proud nation of firewood enthusiasts!" etc, and Borten posing with an axe and a suit hanging from a tree on a calendar:

[link to www.t-a.no]

Pretty "strange" pic for him, dont you think? It tells you where we're going ... and their in full swing reducing our living standards now.. they say it openly. yet 99,99% of people dont have a clue, even tho the subtle humor is all over the papers ...

we've put all our valuable oil and labour into papers, that will be worthless when this house of cards come down... i bet there will be some pissed off sheeple pretty soon

so i guess if you dont want to be in chains chopping firewood for Borten, you better start stacing gold and silver
 Quoting: nerdwegian


WHAT DID YOU EXPECT OF A EU?

the wealth and healthcaresystems of germany and the norge nations CAN NEVER be implemented on the entire EU.
WAY TOO EXPENSIVE!
so WE will have to give up on it OUR POLITICANS WILL SOON TELL US!!!!!
to make evryone within the EU equal, they will tell us.
it is compareable with the current "give us your weapons" strategy in the USA.
and true.....9.99% pct dont even know what is comming!
should we just give up these rights or should we fight to keep em?
whats your thoughts?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33754818


you'll have a chance in the US to gain independence, if enough want it hard enough ... if you have 10% of the balls and will the afghanis have, you'll get freedom .. but you might have to do with solar panels and ride a horse to work, because the new world order controls oil, electricity etc .. life would be like a mix of sci fi and the 1800s

here in europe, we can demonstrate and scream all we want, but it wont acomplish anything.. neither will voting, cause the central bank, which they control, pays the politicians.. so we're screwed, i see no way out here

im sitting here on a farm, trying to curb the depression with alcohole ... im basically there now i dont care if i live or die.. ive listened to survival podcasts etc, and given a shot with my income to collect what i think could improve my life, but i dont see much light in the end of the tunnel .. i might have a good shot at surviving if i want to, but surviving for what purpose? if surviving means living 10 more years in orwells 1984 or soviet communism, i'll rather just die
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why dont you get in with your own flag? it is obvious you are not greek
 Quoting: Ostria1


LoL My nationality, who or where I am are not relevant to the issues discussed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33858908


den einai les e?
well you are so against Greece which shows you dont know a shit about the people leaving here.

and btw this thread is about norway and the threats
 Quoting: Ostria1


Stating facts about the country and it's people that can easily be verified by anyone doing a quick google search. Most are well aware of these facts anyway. At no point in time however did I state that I had taken a position either for, or against Greece. It's also not mandatory to take a position either for or against Greece to discuss the country, it's current issues and it's people. I am well aware of the thread subject matter and was not the one who initially brought Greece into the conversation. Others did that. In response I posted my thoughts and opinions. Stating that someone "being against Greece" shows "they don't know shit about people living there" is ignorant. One does not have to "be for Greece" to have knowledge. A stance does not negate knowledge.
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02/07/2013 07:39 PM
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you allowed to have guns in norway?
Anonymous Coward
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02/07/2013 07:41 PM
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Re: Norway on high alert after information about a terror act!! Military warns of a imminent attack
you allowed to have guns in norway?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10784253


for now, you can get semi auto rifles etc but it must be registered

which means no revolution here, cause they'll call them in if that happens

and too few own them.. no point even thinking about it

but they might be useful during a period of anarchy here.. if we see a complete meltdown
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02/07/2013 07:43 PM
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Why Norway, it's not like they are an Imperialist power?, they have huge and ferocious trolls, that I must admit, but is it sufficient to strike at them...
 Quoting: Aristide Torchia


I think it is because of this new movie.

[link to www.norwaynews.com]
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02/07/2013 07:44 PM
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Pure BS rant here...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33858908


You think that Greece can make the decision to leave EU/euro by her own and you're calling me deluded? Lmao, everyone knows that Greece should have gone bankrupt 3 years ago, even Merkel's advisers said that it would be the best for everyone involved, but guess what, didn't happen, because Greece can't take this decisions by her own, seriously, can't/won't happen, it's naive to think that we can, only one thing is for certain, we can't keep up with the euro no matter how much austerity and budget cuts, we need a hard default, which is obviously not in our hands to decide.

As i said i know many things are wrong with the system here, it's so fucked up that it's not fixable anymore, we need a total reset on public and politician level and i agree with many things you say about public spending/corruption, i won't agree with the lazy/siesta propaganda BS part though, this doesn't represent the whole population and you know it, the majority of the population is hard working people here and i'm quite sure about that.

Abuse of immigrants and GD actions are pathetic and i personally disagree completely with these things, this is not the way to solve this, but you're overstating things quite a bit by presenting the whole Greek population as racist thugs and abusers don't ya think?

And btw, don't overdo it with the victimization of the immigrants, the only thing i know is that 45 Greeks mostly elderly died by illegals in 2012 in various criminal activities of theirs and nobody said a thing in the MSM, and when the first immigrant died by some racist wackos just some weeks back it was all over the news for a week with protests and such, i won't even go to increased rape cases, or that 65-70% of the criminals in prisons are immigrants, illegal immigration costs Greece 10BN a year for many years in a row now, these are facts. I'm not telling you all these to justify these horrible actions, i'm telling you these things for you to understand maybe why a part of the people are angry with the illegals situation here. We can't fucking legalize you all with our current financial woes now can we? You can understand this now don't you? Greeks won't have to eat in a year or so, you can understand that we can't legalize the bunch of you? We are talking about almost 1 million illegals in a country of 10, that's besides the 800 thousand legal ones, they're so many that we don't have space to detain them anymore lmao. It was fun when it was raining money here, but this is not the case anymore, we need to regroup and be left alone, sorry to blow your multi-culti utopia, but it is what it is.

We're definitely not one of the most unfriendly places to visit lmao, sorry that you had such an experience, must be you tbh, this isn't the norm for sure, but yeah ask a foreigner/tourist about it and not me.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


BS to Everything you said.. Really don't want to hijack this thread, it's a bit rude so will no longer post in response to Greece issues. Wasn't referring to a visit I had. It sure is the norm ask any Greek/American , most will be honest about the fact that they are well aware of the rudeness and have encountered it when visiting.
As far as the immigrants, stop downplaying it and lying through your teeth. You people are brutal to them. Don't forget you get what you put out in this world. Try being nice.
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you allowed to have guns in norway?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10784253


for now, you can get semi auto rifles etc but it must be registered

which means no revolution here, cause they'll call them in if that happens

and too few own them.. no point even thinking about it

but they might be useful during a period of anarchy here.. if we see a complete meltdown
 Quoting: nerdwegian


ive seen norway on the tv looks like a nice place maybe i'll go there some day
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02/07/2013 07:48 PM
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you allowed to have guns in norway?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10784253


for now, you can get semi auto rifles etc but it must be registered

which means no revolution here, cause they'll call them in if that happens

and too few own them.. no point even thinking about it

but they might be useful during a period of anarchy here.. if we see a complete meltdown
 Quoting: nerdwegian


ive seen norway on the tv looks like a nice place maybe i'll go there some day
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10784253


alot better than britain, thats for sure .. we're much less populated, so better that way if you can deal with cold winters

i can only think of switzerland that would be better, more laxed gunlaws plus its a retreat for alot of the elite

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