You're protesting too much champ.
Your word of the day? It must be... it appears inCrack on champ
And to this day the Bavarians view the 'Prussians' with suspicion and vice versa. It's a bit like the English/Scottish thing.I would suggest you look at places which tried to strip away faith in exceptionalism and what happens to them.. The German Empire was once separate states, which were proud of their uniqueness and were absorbed into a realm led by the militaristic Prussians OR the Invented countries of Africa of multiple tribes which means none of those states have any social capital.
The two examples are where a multi-state union becomes more of a danger and the other example is artificiality does not create loyalty.
You don't need numbers these days, you need presence in the information space.I don’t know how probable that would be. I think things have moved on from the days of mass NF rallies. I do worry about a real split nationally though. Joseph Harker (a remainer for those who are counting) in the Guardian has written a pretty good piece about this:
Joseph Harker - Guardian
I take everything Mrs Baggy says seriouslyGood point. Let me think about that again SPotY...
Right, I have thought. Yes, it is precisely what I think. I'll sit back now and count the number of those who pop up to say they do take anything you say seriously.
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