The dirty Marseille man in jail jail
hello i m a students in belgium and i would like to know what happening in other countries
| 18255 - Reply from Rťgine203 , 52 yrs (France) - 2019-01-14 |
|In France people organize riots to make fall the government that creates laws and decisions to tax the poor and gives to the rich. No longer increased wages and pensions, suppression of the tax of rich, suppression of many administration workers, increasing of taxes on oil gaz and electricity, and so on.|
I made an enormous mistake in my blog about "my familly and friends". My grandfather obtained three medals during his colonial times. Nicolas, comment puis-je rectifier le tir sur mon blog, j'ai changť d'email.
| 18062 - Reply from Nicolas132 , 53 yrs (France) - 2018-02-19 |
|Remarque, le mieux, c'est que je te redonne ton mot de passe.
Raison de + pour voir Áa par email.
| 18061 - Reply from Nicolas132 , 53 yrs (France) - 2018-02-19 |
|Ok, on va arranger Áa. Peux-tu m'indiquer l'adresse de ton blog ?
Et peux-tu m'indiquer exactement ce qu'il faut changer ?
si tu veux, tu peux me rťpondre sur mon email: email@example.com
General mills cereals put TSP in thier cereal. very piosonous after a while.
WHO AGREE`S THIS IS WRONG?!!
| 17958 - Reply from lillian101 , 13 yrs (usa) - 2018-01-26 |
| 17922 - Reply from RaphaŽl233 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-12-21 |
|Exactly, so this is why I've never heard about General Mills.|
| 17904 - Reply from Lillian101 , 12 yrs (usa) - 2017-11-29 |
|i know, it says that on the top of your post|
| 17894 - Reply from RaphaŽl233 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-11-28 |
| 17883 - Reply from Lillian117 , 12 yrs (USA) - 2017-11-15 |
|how have you never heard of general mills?|
| 17871 - Reply from RaphaŽl233 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-11-11 |
|Never heard about general mills.|
Happy Rosh Hashanah! Jewish New Year!
This month is Hispanic Heritage Month and the 17th was Mexican Independence Day. Viva Mexico!
| 17820 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-18 |
|°Es muy bien!|
Does anyone have an opinion on the 2017 Palistine elections?
| 17869 - Reply from RaphaŽl233 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-11-11 |
|I dream of a free Palestinian state!|
| 17837 - Reply from Rťgine113 , 50 yrs (France) - 2017-09-21 |
|I THINK THE PROBLEM IS COLONISATION WITH DESTRUCTION OF PALESTINIAN HOUSES; bUT ON THE OTHER HAND JEWS ARE NOT A DANGER FOR OCCIDENT AND IT'S some extremist palestinians who make attempts.I think a palestinian state would be good and bad. Good for the palestinians who would have at least the end of thedestruction of their house and bad because the extremists
could be more dangerous. Jews and Arabs are cousins; they have the same ancestor, Abraham. That conflict is absolutelly idiot and useless.
| 17824 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-09-18 |
|Does anyone know why Palestinians do not want to bart of Isreal? I think that they should have their own state but I think they shouldn't at the same time. Israel is a small but strong nation surrounded by enemies trying to break them. Would a Palestinian state add to the pressure? If there becomes a Palestinian state, with voters and a democracy the people can and may vote in an islamist. What ever happens I do not think that Isreal should retreive to it's 1967 borders.|
| 17819 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-18 |
|I'm with the Palestinian people in their struggle to get freedom from Israel apartheid state, but I don't think islamists should govern a free Palestine. That's why I support Fatah.|
Today is Day of Democracy.
| 17818 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-18 |
|Why do nobody knew it? That's regrettable.|
"We Will Not Forget."
We will not forget the victims, heroes, families and service members who laid down and continuously lay down their lives for our freedom.
| 17802 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-14 |
|True. But which persons are you talking about?|
A small thought for the victims of hurricanes...
| 17868 - Reply from RaphaŽl233 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-11-11 |
|I kind of like San Antonio because of the high presence of Latinos and Latinas there.|
| 17822 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-09-18 |
|Yes, I have been there. It's very charming. One of the reasons I live there. :)|
| 17817 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-18 |
|Did you ever go to San Antonio? The thing I preferred there was the Riverwalk. That's a wonderful and charming place!|
| 17810 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-09-15 |
|I'm acquainted with all parts. I love El Paso and New Mexico! Nice clean dry air compared San Antone's constant humidiy. Beautiful places and beautyful people. We ain't perfect but close to it. :p. Thankfully Houston has lost little life in hurricane Harvey and as long as the peoples there we can rebuild.|
| 17801 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-14 |
|I arrived from Louisiana, then I visited Houston, San Antonio, Fort Stockton, Van Horn, El Paso and I entered in New Mexico.|
| 17799 - Reply from Korla 10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-09-13 |
|What part of the Lone Star State have you visited?|
| 17782 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-11 |
|I'd like to express my full solidarity with Texans. Two years ago, I spent ten days there and I can't imagine these beautiful landscapes and cities have been damaged.|
| 17776 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-09-07 |
|I live in Texas and is born and raised Texan. Where I am the weather is dry but lots of disastrous things has happened near by. Still we're Texas tough with big hearts. To victims of recent hurricanes and flooding: It's not over yet. You'll get through.|
Today is Day Against Nuclear Test Day
| 17762 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-31 |
|Le Quťbec est sorti du nuclťaire depuis longtemps...|
| 17757 - Reply from Laura160 (France) - 2017-08-30 |
The world has changed a lot since our ancestors settled and started to farm their lands, now many people waste their time on social media thinking that people care about them, now many people waste money on things that don't exist thinking it's a good investment, now many people don't actually know what's in their food, their clothes, their computers, now many people ignore everything about life, why shouldn't these people try to stop being codes in a server, percentages, why shouldn't they get out of this consumer driven society by just living their lives without the imaginary and binary stuff, why shouldn't they stop being the slaves of their own society?
| 17779 - Reply from cherine239 (France) - 2017-09-08 |
|hi , i know it's weird but i really need a help in english et i can see that you write well so can you help me and if you are interessed i'm a student french|
| 17743 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-24 |
|The Cree, Algonquin, Inuit and other Aboriginal peoples keep speaking their languages. I agree they're all wonderful languages.
But a majority of Canadians don't speak one of those languages because we're from other backgrounds. French and British people went here and colonized Canada. They didn't start to speak Ojibwa, Innu-Aimun or Wendat because they just invaded, destroyed and killed.
I am from French and Irish heritage, that's why I don't speak my regional Native language (the Innu-Aimun one). But I know a few words, and if I have children someday, I think I'll send them to the Innu-Aimun-speaking school.
| 17731 - Reply from James37 , 13 yrs (Ireland ) - 2017-08-22 |
|Also why shouldn't you speak the beautiful Cree, graceful Algonquin or majestic Inuktitut? Were these not some of the original languages of Canada?|
| 17729 - Reply from James37 , 13 yrs (Ireland) - 2017-08-22 |
|Because you think Irish people actually stopped speaking Gaelic just for fun?
I can answer your question, the monarchs of England wanted to regain control over Ireland for cultural and strategic purposes, so they gave lands in Ireland to English men and told them to farm their lands, that way the colonists loyal to the king would impose English, and the English crown would slowly take control of Ireland through colonisation, and military occupation of course.
| 17728 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-22 |
|Why did they stop to speak their beautiful Gaelic language?|
Do you think America is in the brink of war with North Korea? Does anyone in America have a solid idea and/or opinion of what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia. Times are changing still something are still the same.
| 17800 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-09-14 |
|MÍme le titre me rebute un peu...|
| 17797 - Reply from Rťgine113 , 50 yrs (France) - 2017-09-13 |
|Oui. Regarde le vidťo clip "Crusader" de Saxon.|
| 17742 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-24 |
|Du mťtal chrťtien? Ben voyons...|
| 17732 - Reply from Rťgine113 , 50 yrs (France) - 2017-08-23 |
|BELEIVE IN GOD !!! I saw him in a dream and when I woke up,after a premonition I saw him from Heaven !!! SAXON is my favourite hard-rock band. C'est du mťtal chrťtien. joue|
| 17720 - Reply from RaphaŽl169 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-20 |
|I'm more likely to think that our world isn't going to be involved into another dirty war.|
| 17712 - Reply from Guest10 (USA) - 2017-08-18 |
| 17711 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-08-18 |
|That is so true. No one is born hating. It is not only anglo racist feeding this tension. Some descendants of African, latino, aborigine and other races are also taught to hate and hold a grudge against "whites" for what has happened in the past and present centuries. The truth is there is racism in every race. While the majority of aggression towards colored people has came from the Anglos, there was and is a great percentage of "whites" against all racial discrimination. In America when it comes to desegregation we have only 60 years experience comparatively. As one writer put it "Though racism and discrimination has been put to rest it has not been fully put to death and stirs in its sleep." I believe as a nation we should have already been pass this but it is like herding cattle through. Many people are still alive from the days of more apparent discrimination and continue to pass it along to their children.
As far as North Korea, I do hope we don't go into nuclear war, or any war for that matter. But a country has got to do what a country has got to do. Defend, protect and secure the people and the land.
| 17709 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-17 |
|No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.|
| 17708 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-08-17 |
| 17703 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-17 |
|Fascist groups are a threat to freedom and democracy. We have to confront them hardly by reasserting our principles of liberty and justice.|
August 9, is World Indigenous People Day.
in∑dig∑e∑nous: originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native.
| 17780 - Reply from cherine239 (France) - 2017-09-08 |
|hi , i know it's weir but i really need a help to learn english and i can see that you write well So can you help me ???
if you are interessed i'm a student french
| 17741 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-24 |
|Here in Canada, we have Idle No More which is a First Nations rights organization.|
| 17740 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-08-23 |
|Does any one know of any global unions or associations that support indigenous people and aboriginal rights. How can one get involved in the movement to help difference?|
| 17691 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-14 |
|Je le sais bien, mais l'entreprise en question veut extraire du pťtrole d'un territoire autochtone Mi'kmaq sans le consentement de ce peuple.|
| 17690 - Reply from Rťgine113 , 50 yrs (France) - 2017-08-13 |
|Il faut bien exploiter le pťtrŰle pour avoir de l'essence. Les voitures ťlťctriques ne sont idťales qu'en ville. Moi j'habite en montagne.|
| 17686 - Reply from RaphaŽl169 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-11 |
|Here in Quebec, they want to make oil exploration into Mi'kmaq unceased territories.|
| 17669 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-08-10 |
|Just because native people were taken off their land in the earlier centuries does not mean they have forgotten and can still be further stripped of the ancestral homeland and rights. One example issue in America, would be the Dakota Pipeline through sacred Native American land.|
| 17662 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-09 |
|It's a day to focus on First Nations issues.|
Today is the celebration of the 241st year of American independence. Americans weren't freed from Brittan by the signing of the Declaration alone. It took the blood and sacrifice of many patriotic men, women and children years after and lives are continued to be laid down today. For this gift of freedom I am proud to live in 'The land of the free and the home of the brave.'
| 17685 - Reply from RaphaŽl169 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-11 |
|«a fait presque un mois...|
| 17668 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-08-10 |
|Thanks. In that matter happy Bastille Day to you!|
| 17667 - Reply from Laura160 (France) - 2017-08-09 |
|Let me remind you that France helped out!
Happy late birthday! (Sorry)
| 17651 - Reply from RaphaŽl169 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-04 |
|Oui, je parlais des ultranationalistes.|
| 17648 - Reply from Rťgine113 , 50 yrs (France) - 2017-08-03 |
|Parce que dans un message tu dis "patriotic brainwash".|
| 17644 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-08-03 |
|Je le sais bien. Pourquoi me dites-vous cela?|
| 17639 - Reply from Rťgine113 , 50 yrs (France) - 2017-07-25 |
|RaphaŽl, having patriotic thoughts is normal and is honourable.|
| 17638 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-07-17 |
|Yes, First Nations are the original peoples of Canada, and they are the ones of United States too.
There's a difference between Quebec City (500 000 inhabitants) and the province of Quebec (8 000 000 inhabitants). Quebec City is the capital of the province of Quebec.
I don't think Quebec should split from Canada, but there's decidedly many differences between English Canadian culture and the French Canadian identity from Quebec. This is why I recognize Quebec as a nation (because I love my Canada so much), but I don't want it to become an independent country, and 70% of Quebecers think like me.
I'd definite myself as a proud member of the Canadian people, but from French Canadian identity and whose nation is Quebec. Instead of seeking the ďfreedomĒ of the Quebec province, I think we should seek the freedom of Canada from the American superpower.
We're always constrained to align with them in the questions of international affairs. Canada made a disastrous mistake in joining American Army during the Korea war, and most recently those of Iraq and Afghanistan.
| 17635 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-07-15 |
|If I understand correctly the First Nations are the original peoples of the land of Canada? Should the city of Quebec become a nation or is there a people of Quebec? Can you explain a bit more, it sounds very interesting.|
| 17634 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-07-15 |
|I agree with you Korla, Canada immediately needs a significative change to bring more social justice and more respect for the First Nations. I think we'd need to institute a constituent assembly to review our constitution in recognizing Quebec as a nation and First Nations as the founding people of Canada.|
| 17633 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-07-15 |
|We have not succumbed to any brainwash. If looking toward the future is brainwash to you, then we are all brainwashed. We as a people know that our nation does not have a perfect record like any other peoples, but we are not gonna stew and complain about it. When the past come knocking I personally don't answer. Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday. You have no critiques, only foolish ideas. If the US has such a harsh and negative meaning to you why do you keep talking about her? Move on with your life, for America has done the same. How about you talk about Canada for a change?|
| 17629 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-07-13 |
|I live outside of USA, so I think my critiques about USA are in full legitimacy considering that Americans themselves are submitted to a kind of patriotic brainwash.|
| 17627 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-07-12 |
|And I have spent my whole life here. It takes more than six months to learn, analyze and critique a nation with over 200 years of history and over 300 million citizens. Compared to that your six months consecutive or not was and is very minimal. Reconsider your debating strategies and your source of opinionated education on the United States of America. It is faulty indeed. May I state America is a great country. Further more with due respects it is the BEST country because it is MY country.|
| 17618 - Reply from RaphaŽl59 , 13 yrs (Canada) - 2017-07-09 |
|I spent six consecutive months in USA.|
| 17611 - Reply from Korla10 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2017-07-07 |
|Again, that's your own opinion. Of course you aren't from the States so what would you know. People shouldn't critique something they don't know a thing about.|| |