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#119 - i agree even if thats true i feel like thats definitely not wh… 07/16/2016 on French Revolution 2 when? 0
#27 - anyone know the name of the tv show with this same art style a…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/16/2016 on Game over #10 +2
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#31 - iliekbats (07/16/2016) [-]
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#116 - i feel like him saying they wont be intimidated is a pretty cl…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/16/2016 on French Revolution 2 when? +1
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#117 - WutsAtroll (07/16/2016) [-]
I'm not sure, it could just be his message to civilians that there's nothing France can do to stop acts of terror from occurring, but with the implication that it's not going to do anything to harm the fabric of French society. It's pretty dumb to tell people that France will have to live with terrorism, even in vague terms, but he's probably right that it's unavoidable for them. We'll just have to see how France responds though
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#182 - kombee (07/16/2016) [-]
He's speaking french, and the idiom of "living with something" in french is different from the english expression. In english it connotates accepting a situation, in french it means that bad situations are going to happen and so one should be prepared and act accordingly. The very notion that the PM of France itself would "accept terrorism" is in my opinion so far fetched that it doesn't even warrant the thought.

It's really only one sentence taken out of context that people are mad about, and only because it's difficult to translate fairly. Look at his speach as a whole and tell me he "accepts terrorism". He doesn't, people should stop overreacting over nonsense like this and instead try to understand each other.
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#119 - moneyd (07/16/2016) [-]
i agree even if thats true i feel like thats definitely not what you would tell your country after another major terrorist attack "yea they keep killing us and we dont know how to stop it so were basically fucked, were not scared though" which brings me back to my point about his message probably being misinterpreted in some points
#111 - pretty sure this is being severely misinterpreted due to him h…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/16/2016 on French Revolution 2 when? +8
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#114 - WutsAtroll (07/16/2016) [-]
they aren't mutually exclusive you know. He could have meant citizens shouldn't fear terrorism, and then went on to say it'll never change so it might as well become accepted
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#116 - moneyd (07/16/2016) [-]
i feel like him saying they wont be intimidated is a pretty clear implication that they plan on doing something about it and not him saying theyre simply not scared of terrorism.
also i have a really hard time believing any world leader would ever actually imply that their country should basically get used to terrorism but then again these days i dont know what to expect
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#117 - WutsAtroll (07/16/2016) [-]
I'm not sure, it could just be his message to civilians that there's nothing France can do to stop acts of terror from occurring, but with the implication that it's not going to do anything to harm the fabric of French society. It's pretty dumb to tell people that France will have to live with terrorism, even in vague terms, but he's probably right that it's unavoidable for them. We'll just have to see how France responds though
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#182 - kombee (07/16/2016) [-]
He's speaking french, and the idiom of "living with something" in french is different from the english expression. In english it connotates accepting a situation, in french it means that bad situations are going to happen and so one should be prepared and act accordingly. The very notion that the PM of France itself would "accept terrorism" is in my opinion so far fetched that it doesn't even warrant the thought.

It's really only one sentence taken out of context that people are mad about, and only because it's difficult to translate fairly. Look at his speach as a whole and tell me he "accepts terrorism". He doesn't, people should stop overreacting over nonsense like this and instead try to understand each other.
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#119 - moneyd (07/16/2016) [-]
i agree even if thats true i feel like thats definitely not what you would tell your country after another major terrorist attack "yea they keep killing us and we dont know how to stop it so were basically fucked, were not scared though" which brings me back to my point about his message probably being misinterpreted in some points
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