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By jazz music   2016 Nov 14, 10:39pm   ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   572 views   17 comments   Watch (1)   Share   Quote  

(wie wir sie kennen)
(as we know it)

This is the cover of newest issue of Der Spiegal of the major business news magazines in Germany.

I wanted German friends to know that not everyone in the USA voted for Trump. I wanted to get their take on what their German friends think. She wrote back that the whole country is very worried about the new president elect. She couldn't believe it when she woke up to the news. She thought it had to be wrong and checked her phone to see.


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1   APOCALYPSEFUCK_is_ADORABLE   2016 Nov 15, 6:57am  ↑ Like (1)   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

TRUMPLIGULA!'s will be ordering his generals to drone DER SPIEGEL!

2   errc   2016 Nov 15, 7:00am  ↑ Like (1)   ↓ Dislike (2)   Quote  

Damn jazz, the media really has you all worked up over nothing

Relax. And don't talk about your president like that

3   jazz music   2016 Nov 15, 11:07am  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

@errc your comment is nothing more than a curt series of personal attacks and should be deleted since it doesn't even have bearing on what is shown or said here. No one could possibly be at such a loss to comprehend what is shown here.

Tell me again who is worked up here, first take your advice and relax. How triggered can you get over a magazine cover from a foreign country?

The subject media is a mainstream German magazine, your reaction is over the top. Are you having a really bad day?

@Patrick It would have been better if there was a [delete comment] feature, I regret giving this comment any time at all.

4   Gary Anderson   2016 Nov 15, 11:08am  ↑ Like (1)   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

They could be right, but we hope Trump just does what he likes to do, get good ratings.

5   Ceffer   2016 Nov 15, 11:25am  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

Sheisselstein in Himmelstein, Der Speigel sind flaming liburals!

Orange Messiah, stamp out this German pestilence.

6   errc   2016 Nov 15, 11:36am  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike (1)   Quote  

Lol holy crap, dude you're losing it


7   Quigley   2016 Nov 15, 11:42am  ↑ Like (1)   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

I agree with errc, jazz has been extremely triggly lately. He's really hyperventilating over this election! How about we start evaluating this German magazine cover by examining who owns said magazine and what their possible stake in the US election might be? I am betting it's a hugely wealthy oligarch whose pet projects and investments stand to lose from better trade deals.

8   jazz music   2016 Nov 15, 11:49am  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

Quigley is deplorable says

I agree with errc

Personal attacks are your pleasure and my time is valuable, byeee!

9   jazz music   2016 Nov 15, 11:51am  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

errc says

Lol holy crap, dude

Look at you!

10   errc   2016 Nov 15, 11:52am  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

Where's the personal attacks? Hell I've stood up for you in the past. Don't forget to breathe

11   T L Lipsovich   2016 Nov 15, 12:39pm  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

Germans: We don't want any responsibility for the Euro or Debt Forgiveness or Financing our Customers, but the rest of you had better take your share of the migrants we unilaterally welcomed into Europe and keep buying our goods.

12   Ceffer   2016 Nov 15, 12:43pm  ↑ Like (2)   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

I want to see Trigglypuff take out Trumpligula with a good Sumo Stomping Rampage and wipe that shit eating grin off his face.

13   Patrick   2016 Nov 15, 9:36pm  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike (1)   Quote  

jazz music says

Patrick It would have been better if there was a [delete comment] feature, I regret giving this comment any time at all.

@"jazz music" you should be able to delete any comment you made

14   junkmail   2016 Nov 16, 7:34am  ↑ Like   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

...well if the GERMANS are worried, perhaps we should be too.
Yeah, because Germans have a stellar voting record.

15   mell   2016 Nov 16, 7:41am  ↑ Like (2)   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

Der Spiegel turned into a rag long ago. Many Germans actually welcome the patriotic shift and it is likely that more countries in Europe will now follow tp put their interests before those of centralistic globalist sellout plutocrats.

16   Gary Anderson   2016 Nov 16, 9:06am  ↑ Like (1)   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

errc says

Damn jazz, the media really has you all worked up over nothing

The Germans have seen racism and destruction by racism first hand. If you think you know more than them I think you don't.

17   jazz music   2016 Nov 16, 9:57am  ↑ Like (1)   ↓ Dislike   Quote  

Ultimately winning is the most fleeting of pleasures.

On the other side, losing liberty and life is a tragedy that lasts. I've recently seen warmth and decency expressed on even among those who are conflicted about their daily circumstance in life. (knowingly or not) I will hold this memory for a while.

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