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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Napoleon and Villeneuve, Sarkozy and Zapatero


I must admit that my father hates history as much as I hate it. May be we are hard souls unable to forget all the pain and disrespect that some people showed to us. To hate or love someone is a very delicate matter so we have the right to – at least think about that-

I have learnt here in Europe that despite the EC or CE marks people in Europe has several “open claims” between the different countries that surely will produce some halts in their expected route.

I would say that in no place in Europe normal people love their neighbours. Now Sarkozy, the new Napoleon, decides who is invited to the new capitalist party. Our government led by Mr. Zapatero is trying to get invited.

We expect that if he is finally invited to the big party his role will differ from Spanish Admiral Gravina and his fleet in Trafalgar Battle where all was lost when Napoleon’s confusing orders and Villeneuves’ lack of experience trashes more than 20 ships and thousand people died.

PS: Visit Trafalgar Square to celebrate the massacre, just if you are visiting London.
PS2: Still wondering about European unity?
PS3: hahahaha

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  • Anita Maria loves history but she regrets to say she needs to read more about this current incident, as well as Napleon. She thought it was about the new trial (about a general's crimes against humanity?) that was going on regarding WWII.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10/23/2008 05:47:00 am  

  • Well 9j, Sarkozy has the desire to become a new Napoleon and he dreams with a big and powerful France.

    The Trafalgar battle is just an excuse to illustrate that Europeans will never be a nation. A few weeks ago just a few countries had a meeting where they decided to act together and just a day after Germany decided to make its own.

    By Blogger Father Bunny, at 10/23/2008 10:21:00 am  

  • Es casualidad o viste ayer el documental en el 33? Pobre Zapatero, Villeneuve acabó fatalmente mal.

    De todas formas, y aunq estoy de acuerdo en q Europa nunca será una, q no estemos en esa reunión (q todos definen como trascendental) pq a Bush se le ponga "en ahí", cuando además le quedan 4 días contados, q quieres q te diga? Poca credibilidad me merece.

    By Anonymous katanga, at 10/23/2008 11:46:00 am  

  • Si! como sino me acordaría de Trafalgar. Un tema interesante la mezcla de imagen digital y real.

    En Europa tenemos muchos asuntos pendientes entre nosotros como para pasarlas por alto y - cito The Economist- la Europa ha funcionado gracias al reparto de dinero, ahora que no hay dinero ya veremos como nos tratamos.

    Y respecto a la invitación o no. Tengo la sensación que a España siempre se la ha dejado de lado, y con Ansar no era diferente. Si te invitan para ir de agudar es mejor que no te inviten.

    Ni triunfalismos de "SOmos la séptima economia" - hace tiempo que España supero a Canada y debería estar en el G7(como lo hizo es otra cosa)- ni seguir siempre a expensas de los demás.

    A mi me gustaría poder pedir asilo político a Andorra

    By Blogger Mr. Chan, at 10/23/2008 02:06:00 pm  

  • Sí, curioso. Aunq claramente mejorable (q aquél pobre sin mano y la sangre saliendo a pinceladas digitales... jajaja).

    De acuerdo en todo. Incluso en lo de hacerme andorrana (q vaya peazo tiendas se están montando los... cómo era? Lucky guys? ;))

    By Blogger katanga, at 10/23/2008 04:28:00 pm  

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