Do you Subliminally like countries more with better flags?
For example, if Ireland had this flag I think I would like them a lot more
>so anon we heard you don't like eastern European migration, is this true?
European "culture" is always the same.
Some blonde girl in a longe sleeved dress, with a flower crown, who does some dance. Usually in a grassy and hilly mountain area.
Greeks, Germans, Catalans and Russians.
Always the same.
We will fuck your shit up, Canada.
Too long you have oppressed us.
Now has come the time.
Let's vote PQ. Let's vote yes, or rise up in arms!
Qui est avec moi?
they should change their name, as a first thing
These are 9/10s in Japan.
What do you think, are they worth your time /int/?
STOP TEASING AUSTRALIA, WE'RE RESPECTABLE AND NICE
real nigga hours edition
>So Anon we heard you don't like stop 40's music, is this true?
>In my country, we prefer tea over coffee
Did Americans ruin Christianity?
atheists are discriminated against every day in america. you dont know what true oppression is until you have gone to school in my country
Make Portugal Great Again
>tfw no gf
>the Jewnited States will be destroyed in your lifetime
feels great man
>tfw no cultured European gf
Hypothetical question: How hard would it be for a young nordic person to move to the US and become a citizen? What are the requirements for citizenship? How much would it cost?
Im not actually going to move there right now but it is an interesting idea that I have been rolling around in my head, and since my employer does have a branch in the US I probably could at some point in time work in the US for a year or two. For me the United States is probably the most interesting country right now so sometimes I seriously wonder if I should take my life to a more adventurous direction.
>How hard would it be for a young nordic person to move to the US and become a citizen?
Depends what methods you use.
>What are the requirements for citizenship?
Be a resident for X amount of time, pass test, don't get arrested excessively, take oath, buy a gun.
>How much would it cost?
Wrong question, freedom is worth any price.
1. Marry an American
2. Invest hundreds of thousands of dollars into a business that makes atleast 20 jobs
3. Apply for asylum
4. Diversity Lottery(complicated, not really viable)
5. Have a relative here(they must sponsor your arrival)
6. Work here for a long time
7. Being a kissup to Americans("assisting" the government can get you a green card)