I find it hard to express myself on topics as bad as these. There's not a shred of humour to be found yet you dare posting this on April's fools. The attempt is to obvious and the purport to shallow, please restrain yourself in future posts.
Should have done this when it mattered, congratulations Jaacco, king of nothing.
Ok ok that's harsh let me try again.
Well done Jaacco, you must have a foul taste in your mouth from all that gorgonzola of w13's genital organ.
Sorry sorry mate third time is the charm alright?
Good job man, well deserved. You've always been consistent and righteous, laid back but still mysterious. All (bad) jokes aside, you're one of the few people that I never really figured out. Even when posting this I still don't know if it will make you smile or sigh, pretty much like all the times I've been nagging you to work in my favour, whether it was for TT or on rsc. You are pretty much the ice rabbit of this forum, cool yet uncool and incorruptible but responsive. I'll take whatever your drinking, you cold blooded finnish bastard
Quite honestly I've been really been wondering if this topic will go on until a new Obama alike president will be elected. By all meaning there's shouldn't be a soul on this world to stop criticising some of Trump's outrageous outbursts but in the end it leads me all to the very question of why he got elected. Certainly there are problems in the states and as well the world that needs to be tackled. The political environment the democrats have been moving themselves in has led to the situation you've gotten Trump. Sometimes I miss the days I would only go for 1liners instead of discussing with Yoto, but I guess taking world problems serious from our own perspectives is also a part of growing up
What I really can't understand is how all reasons why Trump got elected are being ignored, and the only thing I get to see on both this site and my own media are mostly anti Trump agitations. It feels like the red line of civil resilience is being smirked by a campaign that wants people to believe everything he does is utter crap. Al trough personally I've liked Obama, I clearly see a resemblance in our own politics of wanting to much to fast eventually hurting 'us commoners'. Here I really am the unpopular opinion, but I think Trump might just be the guy to shake things up. Social developments also innovation and modernisation will only establish itself by violence when it's against a majorities wishes. As already shown there's a law implying/juridical system holding of what some consider extreme decrees. Instead of criticising Trump, shouldn't we reflect on the problems that got him elected? If it's just some white hicks, why didn't we educate them? If it's just immigration problems, why did no dare making a firm statement before? Looking at American politics right now I see nothing but the old Roman antics of shooting the messenger instead of a urge to tackle problems bothering Jane and Joe so we can really move on to the next step.
Just watching videos of Pim puts a tear in my eye.. Best prime minister we never had If Wilders only had 1% of his charisma he would have doubled the size of the PVV haha.
Anyway to go back on topic, I really have this feeling GL is being involved so that Rutte can legitimise unpopular decisions. We're still far of reaching the Paris climate pact goals and he could 'blame' GL for building €10b worth of windmills in the north sea. I'm not saying we shouldn't strive for clean energy, I just think subsidising unprofitable concepts with loads of tax money isn't the right way. I believe we're better of spending some of that money funding innovative businesses to work out ideas less costly in building materials who deal a heavy blow on the environment. It's pretty much the same as electric cars, the amount of co2 emission to produce the materials for clean energy are high enough to doubt the eventual balance.
From a neutral point of view, if GL goes into a coalition ofm VVD/CDA/D66/GL they should really state high demands in order to not betray there voters, else they'll get the same treatment as the PVDA in 4 years.