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REVEALED: The TRUTH about BELGIUM

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    REVEALED: The TRUTH about BELGIUM

    It's time that I come clean with you all. There is a reason I LEFT BELGIUM. You may think it was LOVE, but nay! While LOVE was the SAVIOR, the real reason I HAD TO GET OUT was that...
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    Last edited by Daeva; 03-20-2020, 12:06 AM.

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    Is this... a meme...? I certainly hope so.

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    • Daeva
      Daeva commented
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      Oh no, I am dead serious. It's about time that people see things for how they really are. Belgium doesn't exist, it never did. There's so much at stake, politically and economically, with the issue of countries that they had to basically *invent* countries to "balance the equation," as I like to call it. I like to see it as similar to how black matter and black holes were invented to make the mathematics check out. Same story with Finland, I've heard, but seeing that I'm personally of Belgian nationality (which does exist, on paper), I can personally verify this article.

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    Daeva what is your native language? French? Dutch?
    Faith
    It drives me away
    But it turns me on
    Like a stranger's love
    It rockets through the universe
    It fuels the lies and feeds the curse
    Believes we could be
    Glorious

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    • Daeva
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      Dutch (Flemish)

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    This drives me straight into philosopher mode. What does it really mean for a nation to exist?
    Rachel

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      #5
      Everything I know about Belgium:

      It's close to Germany and Luxembourg.
      Waffles and chocolate bear its name, but I have no idea if either actually has a connection to Belgium, or if this is as logical as "French fries."
      Belgium as a concept has been around since at least 1995. (Because Belgian scouts -- whatever they're called -- came to my Girl Scout camp.)

      Which is to say I wouldn't rely on my knowledge of the history of the area, regardless. LOL
      Rachel

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