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collyrob 3:42 Sun Oct 1
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Mex Martillo 9:37 Wed Dec 5
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Nurse Ratched 12:41 Wed Dec 5
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“Banned in all of Spain?”
Bull fighting is only banned in Catalonia (within Spain). Bull fighting is legal and happily practice in the rest of Spain. In Catalonia they still run bulls (like in Pamplona) and other lower level bull torcher for fun, so not all animal friendly.

“And isn't it the Spanish Govt suppressing the Catalans?”
Yes, completely. EU just ignore it as supposedly should not happen in the EU and I guess no one wants to tell a member not to do that.

Dwight Van Mann 9:05 Wed Dec 5
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them fucking Russian Jesuits again innit mate

Boycie 8:34 Wed Dec 5
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Psssst it’s the Russians again

Mike Oxsaw 7:01 Wed Dec 5
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An EU army would sort the Catalans out good and proper, make no mistake.

Can't think why nobody more intelligent than most has not yet proposed forming one.

Nurse Ratched 12:41 Wed Dec 5
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Banned in all of Spain? And isn't it the Spanish Govt suppressing the Catalans?

joe royal 12:40 Wed Dec 5
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Ban on bullfighting in Catalonia. Bullfighting was banned in the Spanish autonomous community of Catalonia by a vote of the Catalan Parliament in July 2010. The ban came into effect on 1 January 2012. The last bullfight in the region took place in Barcelona in September 2011.

joe royal 12:39 Wed Dec 5
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Bullfighting has been banned for at least 5 years.

Nurse Ratched 12:37 Wed Dec 5
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Aren't these the filthy apes who enjoy bullfighting and chuck donkeys off church roofs or whatever it is for fun? Can't say it comes as a shock that their politics are a bit uncivilised.

Roeder-nowhere 12:29 Wed Dec 5
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It’s funny how such fascist dictatorial behaviour is so easily swept under tne carpet by British media- one ounce of political incorrectness in the UK and we’re up in arms yet the diabolica violence, ongoing oppression and out and out facist behaviour of tne Spanish is all forgotten or suddenly not important or newsworthy!
If you had seen pensioners getting battered for wanting to express an opinion as I had when on holiday in barcelona you’d be outraged- but for some reason it’s a fad, soon forgotten outside Spain

Westham67 11:57 Tue Dec 4
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Where is the free Catalan I need one ?

muskie 11:25 Tue Dec 4
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Swiss = utter cunt.

Mex Martillo 11:04 Tue Dec 4
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The imprisoned Catalan politicians are starting a hunger strick, but hardly a mention in the media:
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-spain-politics-catalonia/two-more-jailed-catalan-separatist-leaders-join-hunger-strike-idUSKBN1O22BB

The 9 Catalan politicians have been over a year in prison and none have been taken to court. Considered too dangous to be out on bail. Spain do not take them to court or allow appeals over the arrest or denial of bail. Not enough evidence if you ask me! Also all attempts to take the case to the European court have been blocked so far. All part of the great free, liberal and democratic European project...

Willtell 5:32 Wed Mar 28
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What?!

Relocting London to Catalonia now are you? FMOB but you are hell of a mong Swiss!

Swiss. 4:44 Wed Mar 28
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An independent London within the M25 and part of the EU would be great.

Dr Moose 4:03 Wed Mar 28
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Infidel 1:34 Tue Mar 27

Pimlico, they made a film about it.

Willtell 12:08 Wed Mar 28
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I doubt that everyone that works in Monaco lives there....

Infidel 1:34 Tue Mar 27
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Yes, comma, that's exactly what I am suggesting.

Independent city states were the norm in much of Europe throughout the middle ages. In Italy city states like Florence, Venice and Lucca prospered.

In more recent times Hong Kong and Singapore are excellent examples of independent city states.

In practice though it is unthinkable that a modern European city would vote to become independent because cities have large sprawling suburbs where much of the city's population lives.

To take London as an example, where does it start and where does it end? Is Watford in London? Windsor? Reading?

Willtell 11:37 Tue Mar 27
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I think you're right on this Comma. That has to happen occasionally I suppose.

I don't think there is a desire for most people living in Catalonia to become independent. The Spanish government are however, making the mistake of pushing people too far by trying to squash the matter by force.

, 11:25 Tue Mar 27
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Infidel 9.12, this depends on what you define as a region. It could get silly. For example it appears that in Catalonia the region of Barca, the wealth generating area by far, is marginally in favour of staying with the Madrid government. Are you suggesting if Catalonia carried a proper referendum which voted to break away then the Barca region in the fullness of time could do the same?

Willtell 11:17 Tue Mar 27
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Thickle old chum. If Castillian Spaniards are forgivable for acting like cunts due to their "imperialistic" past, it explains your illogical adherence to the corrupt EU....

Hammer and Pickle 9:51 Tue Mar 27
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Castille has a tradition of imperialism that is much more about direct control than that the British version. It may appear childish to us, but it is still imperialism.

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