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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    Yeah, but your are not getting eastern euros anymore, you mostly getting these guys as the graphs shows:
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    So you have a drop after 2016 when the Brexit happened and all the eastern euros stopped coming and then - after Covid - a massive, unprecedented spike with new non-EU arrivals. It also probably includes SOME Ukrainians, but I don't think too many.
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    I just want to point out a little detail: your list ends in 2020, but that's exactly the point when the real spike happened. So it's precisley the last couple of years when all the historic immigration records were broken with roughly one million newcomers arriving each year:
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    Well yeah, because they used to be much more dependent on unions for their support and unions never been too keen on mass immigration since it drives down wages by creating huge labour reserve army. So they were forced to scale it down. But that's not true anymore, because unions were a real...
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    And let's be honest, twenty years ago immigration wasn't the same as it is today.
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    True, but it's palpably intensifying; especially with young voters, AfD, for example, got most of their votes from zoomers and millenials as far as I understand.
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    You could easily say that this was a single-issue election where only topic that really mattered was mass scale immigration - that's why all the right wing gains obviously. In countries where it isn't such a hot topic, like, for example, Denmark which still tightly controls and limits its...
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    it's 1989

    THE 80S NEVER ENDEND!
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    the world of our forefathers

    "...the snow falling faintly through the universe and faintly falling, like the descent of their last end, upon all the living and the dead.”
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    Curse of Perfection

    It's like that punishment machine in Penal Colony.
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    Curse of Perfection

    No and no.
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    Another aspect of this, of course, is that English don't really ever say those sorts of things IRL. I have plenty of friends in London and I've been there couple of times and showing any kind of even mildly racist attitude towards anyone is totally verboten there - it's like an unwritten rule...
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    True, like paki-bash used to be a thing, but now one of those small stature fakirs is a mayor of the biggest city.
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    Nationalism, immigration and racism in the EU

    You have to be from the third world where they play bongos and eat strange foods; second world, with their cabbage pirogi and klutzy accents, is just way too boring for english middle class entertainment.
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    Turkey

    Yeah, and one of the biggest enthusiasts for doing that was Von Neumann himself who had already made calculations for the highest impact.
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    How open are you?

    There is a great probability that we're all hypnotized at this very moment - there wouldn't be no way of knowing, no? Even traffic light is sort of primitive hypnosis if you really think about it. And that's just what three colors can do to you - so multiply that by billion and put it in the...
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    How open are you?

    "It is time to be drunk! So as not to be the martyred slaves of time, be drunk, be continually drunk! On wine, on poetry or on virtue as you wish."- a French guy who died from syphilis
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    5/4 Bangers

    Dave Bruebeck got it from bedoiuns when he went to visit Egypt or on of those places. All that Tuareg music is full of that feel although they probably count it somewhat differently.
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    Dissensus Raw Productions

    musics me and my mate sometimes make. i usually meet him once a year in person and then we would throw a together an "album" in two days or something like that.
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    How full of rage are you?

    Yeah, I know - what I mean is that there was probably much more of that kind of thing going on and that we still know next to nothing about it. It's just that these particular guys were too reckless and operated on too high of a level, that's why they got caught.
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