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Lithuania will join the Euro on 1st Jan

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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
Will likely put out Putin.
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#1
Rimantas Sadzius, Lithuania’s finance minister, hailed the moment as “the final step in Lithuania’s integration into the western world” that began 10 years ago with its entrance into Nato and the EU.
#2
Don't think it will be a shock to Putin been going to happen for a long time
1 Like #3
Putin puts out?

I knew those brokeback mountain pictures were real.....
banned 1 Like #4
Can we claim child benefit there?

Please let me know asap?
#5
eurotrash oO
banned#6
CookinBat
eurotrash oO

Don't be like that, if we all get in quick we should be able to rob them before they know whats happening.
#7
Flood doors open soon then?

Lithuanians living in UK;
2005 less than 20,000.
2008 est' 50,000.
2011 est' 100,000.
2014 est 250,000.
2015 ?????

Anybody told Nige'? :{
1 Like #8
toshapetriji
CookinBat
eurotrash oO

Don't be like that, if we all get in quick we should be able to rob them before they know whats happening.
but theyve prob got guns and our lads only have burgers to throw at them :)
1 Like #9
CookinBat
toshapetriji
CookinBat
eurotrash oO

Don't be like that, if we all get in quick we should be able to rob them before they know whats happening.
but theyve prob got guns and our lads only have burgers to throw at them :)
. . . and cotton buds, CB, don't forget the cotton buds (_;)
1 Like #10
tryn2help
CookinBat
toshapetriji
CookinBat
eurotrash oO

Don't be like that, if we all get in quick we should be able to rob them before they know whats happening.
but theyve prob got guns and our lads only have burgers to throw at them :)
. . . and cotton buds, CB, don't forget the cotton buds (_;)
very lucky that he wasn't sporting his hanky, would have been a bloodbath :D
2 Likes #11
toshapetriji
Can we claim child benefit there?

Please let me know asap?
Yes you can, hope this help.
1 Like #12
CookinBat
tryn2help
CookinBat
toshapetriji
CookinBat
eurotrash oO

Don't be like that, if we all get in quick we should be able to rob them before they know whats happening.
but theyve prob got guns and our lads only have burgers to throw at them :)
. . . and cotton buds, CB, don't forget the cotton buds (_;)
very lucky that he wasn't sporting his hanky, would have been a bloodbath :D
He means well;

http://i.imgur.com/V1rJkUu.gif
1 Like #13
WELCOME TO BRITAIN, BENEFITS OFFICE IS DOWN THERE ON THE RIGHT.
banned 1 Like #14
I don't understand why they allow useless former soviet countries into the EU but won't allow Turkey in - a country with huge potential.
6 Likes #15
Villa
I don't understand why they allow useless former soviet countries into the EU but won't allow Turkey in - a country with huge potential.

Because Europe is a Christian white mans club. Turkey is not wearing the right religion to be allowed in!
#16
Whats more important is you go out for newyear with a pocket of litas say "Laimingų Naujųjų metų" and then you have to buy your drinks in Euros!
1 Like #17
Can't wait for turkey to join us.

But welcome to Lithuania, they have fit women.

Edited By: RatedRPornstar on Dec 31, 2014 21:58
#18
RatedRPornstar
Can't wait for turkey to join us.

But welcome to Lithuania, they have fit women.


I echo your comment on fitties from lith
#19
tryn2help
Flood doors open soon then?

Lithuanians living in UK;
2005 less than 20,000.
2008 est' 50,000.
2011 est' 100,000.
2014 est 250,000.
2015 ?????

Anybody told Nige'? :{

Why would Lithuania joining the Euro (the currency) affect how many Lithuanian's come to live/work in the UK? They've had the right to do this since joining the EU in 2004.

Scare mongering muppets.
#20
Paddy_o_furniture
tryn2help
Flood doors open soon then?

Lithuanians living in UK;
2005 less than 20,000.
2008 est' 50,000.
2011 est' 100,000.
2014 est 250,000.
2015 ?????

Anybody told Nige'? :{

Why would Lithuania joining the Euro (the currency) affect how many Lithuanian's come to live/work in the UK? They've had the right to do this since joining the EU in 2004.

Scare mongering muppets.

yeah, but now they can work here (legally) so no doubt alot more will arrive
3 Likes #21
mjccam
Paddy_o_furniture
tryn2help
Flood doors open soon then?

Lithuanians living in UK;
2005 less than 20,000.
2008 est' 50,000.
2011 est' 100,000.
2014 est 250,000.
2015 ?????

Anybody told Nige'? :{

Why would Lithuania joining the Euro (the currency) affect how many Lithuanian's come to live/work in the UK? They've had the right to do this since joining the EU in 2004.

Scare mongering muppets.

yeah, but now they can work here (legally) so no doubt alot more will arrive

As a EU member state they could work here legally since 2004.
1 Like #22
Graham1979
Villa
I don't understand why they allow useless former soviet countries into the EU but won't allow Turkey in - a country with huge potential.

Because Europe is a Christian white mans club. Turkey is not wearing the right religion to be allowed in!
Christian?
I'd like to see the facts to back that up.
Even in the UK parliament with approx ' 650 MP's and only 10% of them are Christians, the rest act like devil-worshippers.
It's more likely the Turks aren't getting in because they're failing in devil-worshipping.
1 Like #23
Paddy_o_furniture
tryn2help
Flood doors open soon then?

Lithuanians living in UK;
2005 less than 20,000.
2008 est' 50,000.
2011 est' 100,000.
2014 est 250,000.
2015 ?????

Anybody told Nige'? :{

Why would Lithuania joining the Euro (the currency) affect how many Lithuanian's come to live/work in the UK? They've had the right to do this since joining the EU in 2004.

Scare mongering muppets.
Scare mongering?
That's what Gordon Brown and his crowd were always saying, but the facts proved the so-called scare mongers were actually right.

I'm quite happy to let the facts continue to do the talking, and the facts are a great many more doors are set to be opened in 2015 and it all points to a massive surge in the numbers of Lithuanians heading here.

Oh, and you'd better keep the doors open for the rest of the former Soviet Bloc western-wannabe's - especially our newest pals - the neo-nazis from Ukraine.


P.S. btw I have no problem with decent people coming here, I welcome them with open arms. <3
Have a nice new year, Paddy, and God bless. <3



Edited By: tryn2help on Jan 01, 2015 19:40: i
1 Like #24
tryn2help
Graham1979
Villa
I don't understand why they allow useless former soviet countries into the EU but won't allow Turkey in - a country with huge potential.

Because Europe is a Christian white mans club. Turkey is not wearing the right religion to be allowed in!
Christian?
I'd like to see the facts to back that up.
Even in the UK parliament with approx ' 650 MP's and only 10% of them are Christians, the rest act like devil-worshippers.
It's more likely the Turks aren't getting in because they're failing in devil-worshipping.

Yeah I am pretty sure her majesty is the defender of the faith. I am also pretty certain that the Christian raids from Europe into Asia through Turkey did happen. I am also pretty certain that we only deal with Turkey as it is the best stepping stone in to all that lovely oil in the middle east nations.

I am sure that my comment was highlighting the racism that we still have in today's modern Europe but satire may not be your strong point.
#25
tryn2help
Graham1979
Villa
I don't understand why they allow useless former soviet countries into the EU but won't allow Turkey in - a country with huge potential.

Because Europe is a Christian white mans club. Turkey is not wearing the right religion to be allowed in!
Christian?
I'd like to see the facts to back that up.
Even in the UK parliament with approx ' 650 MP's and only 10% of them are Christians, the rest act like devil-worshippers.
It's more likely the Turks aren't getting in because they're failing in devil-worshipping.


Europe has a rich Christian culture, especially as numerous saints, martyrs and popes were European themselves. All of the popes from 741 to 2013 were from Europe.[5] Europe brought together many of the Christian holy sites and heritage and religious centers. Just a little passage from Wikipedia, got a huge article on there for you to read with plenty of facts.
banned#26
Most European girls are hot and more broadminded. Could teach our girls a thing or two.
4 Likes #27
maxim24
Most European girls are hot and more broadminded. Could teach our girls a thing or two.

Like eat less! X)
banned#28
GAVINLEWISHUKD
maxim24
Most European girls are hot and more broadminded. Could teach our girls a thing or two.

Like eat less! X)

http://media.giphy.com/media/bf5hInuMOCMuc/giphy.gif
1 Like #29
Damn , I didn't know this. I still have loads of Lithuanian Lita's & doubt any bank in this country will take them :(:(


Better get on Ryanair quick & book a flight to Vilnius or Kaunas I guess :D
3 Likes #30
maxim24
Most European girls are hot and more broadminded. Could teach our girls a thing or two.

Like an appearance on Jeremy Kyle is not a life aspiration or goal that you work towards :D
#31
Graham1979
Yeah I am pretty sure her majesty is the defender of the faith. I am also pretty certain that the Christian raids from Europe into Asia through Turkey did happen. I am also pretty certain that we only deal with Turkey as it is the best stepping stone in to all that lovely oil in the middle east nations.

I am sure that my comment was highlighting the racism that we still have in today's modern Europe but satire may not be your strong point.
I'm happy to support our Queen (God bless Her) but 'Defender of the Faith' was and is nothing more than a 'title' - it doesn't make the bearer a Christian and it certainly doesn't prove that the population are all Christians.

The 'Christian' raids you refer to - probably the so-called 'crusades' - would that be the ones where someone on the verge of losing control of a region (and thus the wealth and power) summoned a bunch of rich folk to help him get it back - including someone parading as a religious leader because he had a religious 'title'?

You know as well as I do that people's actions speak louder than their words, and throughout history we have seen people of all religions acting in ways far removed from what their religion requests of them.

You might be right about some sort of 'club' scenario, but I not too sure it's 'whites' only and I'm fairly certain it's definitely not Christian.

P.S. I noticed the satire, and I agree with the point made re extant racism - thus no need to address it. 8)







Edited By: tryn2help on Jan 01, 2015 19:38: i
#32
Graham1979
Europe has a rich Christian culture, especially as numerous saints, martyrs and popes were European themselves. All of the popes from 741 to 2013 were from Europe.[5] Europe brought together many of the Christian holy sites and heritage and religious centers. Just a little passage from Wikipedia, got a huge article on there for you to read with plenty of facts.
Europe certainly had a rich Christian culture in some senses ie buildings, art, ceremony etc but in other probably more important Christian requirements such as being fair, being forgiving and being humble (Micah 6:8 ) - history shows it extremely lacking.

With Rome ruling the roost (not even going into the 'Pentarchy' debate) it's hardly surprising Europe had a few Saints (Rome idea of Saint differs from others) and martyrs (many being Protestant - why were they protesting against Rome?), and Popes - nepotism much?
Again though, look at their actions not their words - did they act like Christians or were they Christian in name only?

Wikipedia is excellent, but it's not absolute.
The Holy Bible is clear on what is expected of Christians, and European history testifies to the fact that Europe - and indeed everywhere in the world has been sadly lacking in Christians.

What it comes down to is 'we know a person's God by that person's actions - if they are good, they worship a good God, if they are bad, they worship a bad God'.

The Holy Bible tells us God is good, but all too often Europe was anything but 'good'.


Edited By: tryn2help on Jan 01, 2015 21:34
banned 1 Like #33
CookinBat
toshapetriji
CookinBat
eurotrash oO

Don't be like that, if we all get in quick we should be able to rob them before they know whats happening.
but theyve prob got guns and our lads only have burgers to throw at them :)

Oi shut it you :p
1 Like #34
those euro coins are big...unless it's the people that are small X)
http://www.bloomberg.com/image/iBTBEJRbSlPk.jpg

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