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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

Maybe it's best that world ends >.>


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Post: #22
RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

Helsworth Wrote:

Globaltom Wrote:
I understand that you are an bully ,that insults people
for beeing not his opinion.

You don t want declared a sozialist ,
than tell what you want to be named now and here .

Learn to write you're not making any sense. I've seen children beggars talk better english than you. Your posts are an insult both in form and content. You're the bully of the german and english languages. Please ignore my posts globaltom, act/post as if I'm not here.


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Post: #23
RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

I do not want to leave any comment on the childish clash between Globaltom and Helsworth. I would rather want to question, how people evaluate that Germany can take the burden of the Euro zone. Most of the world's countries (including "mighty Germany") are highly in dept. I cannot see a solution in putting all burden on Germany. Not to talk about, that many Germans are already mad about helping and maintaining Europe. Even if those thoughts just come out of being ill-informed, the German people will not accept taking more burden without resisting. I feel that some of of us users in this forum forget, that we are talking about people.

Though I do not like the way, Globaltom writes (language and content), I have to mention that he is right in terms of the D-Mark. A currency needs the trust of its people. Money is all about trust. If I do not think, that I can buy everything with my money, I will not use it. I think, most of you already know this. That is why you cannot go back to the D-Mark. It is true, that only Nazi parties want the D-Mark back. If there should be a new German currency, it really should not be called "Deutsche Mark" again. Also: many people were upset about another change of currency, when the Euro came to Germany. You cannot introduce a new currency just to wait for Greece and the other mediterranean countries. A currency should be trustable and durable.

Also, I do not think that the currency is the real problem. Another currency system would make our problems look different from now, but it would not be a solution. I fear to be taken in by idiots, but I see some truth in the opinion, that interest is the real problem. I still try to understand, how money is introduced to people. I think it is remarkable, that I actually have problems in finding out about this. Should the truth about our money system not be easy to understand? I believe that our problems are not obvious, they are hidden in the complexity of our world.


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Helsworth Wrote:

Globaltom Wrote:
I understand that you are an bully ,that insults people
for beeing not his opinion.

You don t want declared a sozialist ,
than tell what you want to be named now and here .

Learn to write you're not making any sense. I've seen children beggars talk better english than you. Your posts are an insult both in form and content. You're the bully of the german and english languages. Please ignore my posts globaltom, act/post as if I'm not here.

Oh they make sense, if people like you want to read
critikal things. But its a problem that many not you
show theire intolerants and ignorance by answering like this .


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This post was last modified: 16.01.2012 19:16 by Globaltom.

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Oh they make sense, if people like you want to read
critikal things. But its a probpem that many not you
show theire intolerants and ignorance by answering like this .

I just have a low tolerance for stupid bullshit.


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Helsworth Wrote:

Globaltom Wrote:
Oh they make sense, if people like you want to read
critikal things. But its a probpem that many not you
show theire intolerants and ignorance by answering like this .

I just have a low tolerance for stupid bullshit.

Strange ! I think the same by your posts Pfeif


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Post: #27
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@ Tom

When people get annoyed with the way you use language (a lot of us do), this is not a cover for ideological disagreements. I have to read most of your posts several times. Even then, I am often left with 2 or 3 different interperetations and cannot be sure what you meant to say.

Further, you very often completely misrepresent other posters. In this thread Helsworth clearly states that he is advocating a return to something along the lines of the Bretton Woods system. This was worked out by the Western Allies at the end of the second world war, and dropped in the 70's. It had nothing to do with socialism.

On top of all this your posts are always full of obscure insults like 'leftonians' - not even an english word. Can you honestly not see how this annoys people? It has nothing to do with differences of opinion.


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@ Tom

When people get annoyed with the way you use language (a lot of us do), this is not a cover for ideological disagreements. I have to read most of your posts several times. Even then, I am often left with 2 or 3 different interperetations and cannot be sure what you meant to say.

Well belive me that the dictionary was next too me,
but its not easy to compensate, that many phrases
I never hear or listen before. I really try to perform
,but here is the only place for Hmm

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Further, you very often completely misrepresent other posters. In this thread Helsworth clearly states that he is advocating a return to something along the lines of the Bretton Woods system. This was worked out by the Western Allies at the end of the second world war, and dropped in the 70's. It had nothing to do with socialism.

Really do I ? shame on me blush .Well its depends that
most people I read in German who were against € and
the financial system are left antikapitalists who
want things like sozialism or even marxism Hmm

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On top of all this your posts are always full of obscure insults like 'leftonians' - not even an english word. Can you honestly not see how this annoys people? It has nothing to do with differences of opinion.

Whas this phrase incorrect ? Well i do not find an bether one.
Which you think should i use for ?Noplan


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Post: #29
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Globaltom Wrote:
Well belive me that the dictionary was next too me,
but its not easy to compensate, that many phrases
I never hear or listen before. I really try to perform
,but here is the only place for Hmm

I understand. I'm sure if you made an effort to understand other posters positions and insulted people less often, people would applaud your efforts to post in a second language. When you blindly call everything you disagree with 'conspiracies' and 'propaganda', not so much. If you really feel the need to insult someone, cite a source proving your point.

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Really do I ? shame on me blush .Well its depends that
most people I read in German who were against € and
the financial system are left antikapitalists who
want things like sozialism or even marxism Hmm

Again, maybe you should try to understand people from other cultures and their ideas, rather than assuming they are the same as germans who share some of their opinions.

btw, Marxism is a theoretical tradition, not a type of government or a state of affairs.

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Whas this phrase incorrect ? Well i do not find an bether one.
Which you think should i use for ?Noplan

leftwingers


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RE: Should Germany leave the Euro Zone?

BaktoMakhno Wrote:

Globaltom Wrote:
Well belive me that the dictionary was next too me,
but its not easy to compensate, that many phrases
I never hear or listen before. I really try to perform
,but here is the only place for Hmm

I understand. I'm sure if you made an effort to understand other posters positions and insulted people less often, people would applaud your efforts to post in a second language. When you blindly call everything you disagree with 'conspiracies' and 'propaganda', not so much. If you really feel the need to insult someone, cite a source proving your point.

Well lets hope best Smile

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Quote:
Really do I ? shame on me blush .Well its depends that
most people I read in German who were against € and
the financial system are left antikapitalists who
want things like sozialism or even marxism Hmm

Again, maybe you should try to understand people from other cultures and their ideas, rather than assuming they are the same as germans who share some of their opinions.

Well i will try , but many discusions are sutch ideological ,and
many deny the source of the other Hmm

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btw, Marxism is a theoretical tradition, not a type of government or a state of affairs.

Believe me there are guys who know that less than me ,
and hold that for the only way .

Quote:

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Whas this phrase incorrect ? Well i do not find an bether one.
Which you think should i use for ?Noplan

leftwingers

Thanks Daumenhoch


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