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all his friends are hanging out
doing stuff without him now
no girlfriend he's alone
feeling sad feeling down
lonely boy has a plan
to take some drugs to make new friends
go to a rave where he can be
surrounded by the people he wants to be
>link a youtube ovunque
As Italianas são as melhores raparigas da Europa ?
Só vejo QT's para ser honesto.
>Não a melhor lingua de sempre
>Brambilla: "Berlusconi favorevole alle unioni civili"
>"Forza Italia vuole le unioni civili, Berlusconi è favorevole". Lo afferma Michela Vittoria Brambilla, presidente della commissione bicamerale per l’infanzia e l’adolescenza
ma questa non faceva l'animalara di professione?
le donne con le guance rosee
le pupille in midriasi
si fanno scopare
da gente a caso
tutti si divertono
ed io me ne sto a casa
con mamma e papà
do you still have the gas station version?
and is this song about italian submarines?
Secondo voi questa ragazza potrebbre essere italiana dal Nord?
>Ma ti diverti a fare post di così basso livello
Definisci post di alto e basso livello, tenendo in considerazione gli standard del filo.
Non mi diverto, è solo un'abitudine per quando ho voglia di identificarmi nel filo e tu sei sempre libero di nascondere i miei post, ma mi pare tu stia cercando il flame già da diversi post ormai.
was hast du gemacht? hast du deine tocheter vergewaltigt und dann hast du sie im keller geschlossen?
tecnicamente no, sono mezzo austriaco peo
>was hast du gemacht? hast du deine tocheter vergewaltigt und dann hast du sie im keller geschlossen?
ich habe keine tochter nein, ich war einfach beschäftigt und habe vergessen hier zu posten und mein meme am leben zu halten.
warum sprichst du so gut deutsch?
Keep in shape
Remember: We will be the officers of tomorrow
>Plebandro connesso ed autenticato al tubo fino a pochi minuti fa
>coglione qualsiasi mi da dell'imbecille dicendo che è un proxy
The word Fascism has now no meaning except in so far as it signifies ‘something not desirable’.
ince you don't know what Fascism is, how can you struggle against Fascism? One need not swallow such absurdities as this.
>il tipo che porta pistole in diretta televisiva e trote in parlamento
>costringe una etnia a firmare il loro odio verso la loro patria
Io fossi indiano gli cagherei davanti a casa.
>mfq c'è gente che scrive Borghezio e Buonanno sulla scheda
amare qualcuno che non se lo merita è la peggiore delle condanne.
come si chiamava?
Madonna ma su sto filo se non si shitposta non va bene proprio
e' erasmus per sei mesi a Roma una scelta intelligente?
Con la minaccia terroristica, non tanto.
questo, se il mercato raggiunge la resistenza minima può solo andare su
è semplicemente perfetta
wow quindi non sono l'unico vecchio a cui quella ragazza ha ricordato Alessia Merz
>muh città eterna
>essere così furenti poichè abitanti del terzo mondo
>Anche a Milano c'è sempre maltempo
non è vero, a Roma c'è sempre guano..
>ancora sveglio dopo millemila ore
mi ricorda un po' la morte nera di star wars
questa non è male e non è neanche la migliore possibile
>l'ultime 4 lettere danno Nazi in L33T
>canzone di Puccini
>canzone di vittoria post-guerra mondiale
>canzone TRADUZIONE DEL CARMEN SAECULARE DI ORAZIO
Questo pezzo è perfetto.
TU NON VEDRAI NESSUNA COSA AL MONDO
MAGGIOR DI ROMA
MAGGIOR DI ROMA
MAGGIOR DI ROMAAAA!
mi piace credere che nonostante l'anonimità qualcosina di molti anon l'abbia imparata
è un po' come con gli sconosciuti sul treno, magari non vi presentate neanche ma racconti cose personali che neanche agli amici
questa come la chiami? mountainsline?
per farti capire che intendo, digita su google immagini skyline roma e skyline milano. della prima ti escono per lo più disegni fantasiosi, perchè gli edifici non sono abbastanza alti, e rimane una foto "piatta" come quella postata sopra di roma
se ci sono i grattacieli invece non accade, dato che sono strutture in altezza visibili più o meno da ogni punto della città
Can I ask what the common Italian view on Mussolini, and the war in general is? He doesn't have the same stigma worldwide that Hitler does, so I was quite curious.
Are Italians as afraid of becoming Fascists as Germans are?
Only a small minority thinks Mussolini = good.
The general opinion is negative towards him.
He's a meme tho, and in most imageboards with Italians is not uncommon to find kids who praise him and stuff.
Well I mean the German attitude of trying to distance themselves from the Nazis as possible, where it's like a whole nation traumatised and trying their best to avoid looking like they might possibly become Nazis again.
He's generally viewed pretty bad, the majority of people realize it was his fault Italy got in a war it could never win, people who have studied history also realize his last years were way worse than his first years.
then there's the nostalgic ones, the ones that claim he was perfect and great and whatnot, those are a minority and most of them come from the poor classes.
And we're not nearly as PC as German, that doesn't mean we are "more fascist", Germany is actually really far from being fascist itself.
What do you think is the truth for him? I read he did bring about a lot of land reforms, such as turning unusable swampland into actual workable farming land.
I think I see. I wasn't implying Germany is fascist, just they're deathly afraid of appearing so.
The reason I ask, is an Italian friend of mine has recently been voicing a lot of anti muslim, anti immigrant opinions, as well as making jokes of Southerners being "Saraceni". So I was wondering what the possible politics of a person like this would be without just straight up asking.
And I've always wondered if in Italy people look back at WW2 as "yep this is the time where we were the bad guys" or like "yes, we did bad, but it was this bad manipulative man who betrayed us" or even "such a shame we lost".
>The reason I ask, is an Italian friend of mine has recently been voicing a lot of anti muslim, anti immigrant opinions, as well as making jokes of Southerners being "Saraceni"
Probably Northern League, their original manifesto was separatist and today they are pro-federalism so not fascist.
>And I've always wondered if in Italy people look back at WW2 as "yep this is the time where we were the bad guys" or like "yes, we did bad, but it was this bad manipulative man who betrayed us" or even "such a shame we lost".
People generally never think we were "bad", but that we had a very bad leadership that followed a psychopath like Hitler like a sheep.
I think many people hold anti muslim views these days, or at least they are not pro German style open door policy.
Talking shit about other parts of Italy is tradition though, it's literally what everyone does.
WW2, I don't know, fascism and then the partisans are what defined thefirst Italian republic, when thinking about WW2 there is A LOT of emphasis on the resistance, since they are the ones who went to power when the republic was born, I think there's a duality but Italians don't consider WW2 Italians as the "bad guys", Mussolini though he is largely condemned for what he did.
The more I speak to people, the more I uncover that even most of those who think of themselves as leftists only say Mussolini was bad because they were taught so but would let slip here and there the inevitable "oh but he did lots of good things though and people give him too much shit".
Basically it's not that bad except
>starting with violence
>war and alliance with Hitler that's associated with PURE EVIL
>1938's racial laws
This is mostly followed by >hurr durr as if the Republic was much better, fucking politicians stealing everything
> What do you think is the truth for him? I read he did bring about a lot of land reforms, such as turning unusable swampland into actual workable farming land.
A lot of bad leaders did some good stuff for their countries, even Hitler did, but that's not how you rate a leader.
Atrocities are atrocities and the fascism era was a dark age known for opinion suppression and such.
Also this "strong man" way of picturing Mussolini is a mystification: let's not forget he fled several cities when the war was about to end and he also hid in a truck, disguised, to avoid being recognised at checkpoints (failing).
>excluding people from social life if they didn't agree with him is good
>the rotten nepotist fascist guild system is good
>no freedoom of opinion or press is good
>living under tyranny is good