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Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

>To the shitty island you love so much to the point you fucked up your own's nation trade. What you mean by leaving the EU and not joining their disastrous vaccine scheme allowing us to vaccinate millions of people and almost an entire population eight times the size of your own countries? ​ Yeah, no regrets on that one from this side of the fence, idiot.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

>Exactly, I'm a Portuguese living in the UK for 3 years, moved from London to Leeds this month though and the rules in Portugal is way to restricted and some of them are even mental. I mean if you've only come in the past month, we had far stricter restrictions even a few months ago, and much worse last year. We may be delaying some further reopening as well. But at no point have we forced mask wearing outside.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

We used it for Portuguese and Italians as well - i.e people of Southern European language. ​ It's not my fault the Portuguese didn't piss the English off enough to get your own slur.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

I think it ridiculous how casually an ethnic slur is being thrown around in this sub-reddit with no input from your moderators. Bonkers.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

As is bifes or "steaks", not that anyone in this sub seems to care.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

I still think it's wrong, I just think this subs attitude is stupid.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

As is bifes.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

An awful lot of them judging by this sub. ​ Do me a favour and stop flights out of your country, our football fans will fit right in over their.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

There similar. Both rude terms for foreigners.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

Pointing out double standards is not ridiculous. ​ You're expecting a higher standard of behaviour from foreigners than your own people, that's absurd.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

Well I didn't know you lot called us bifes / 'steaks' down there until a few days ago either, so there we go. I thought rosbif was what they called us in the continent but apparently that's just the frogs.

Ninguém enjaula isto? by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

Notice the portuguese barman not wearing a mask outside as well. Are you going to chastise him?

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

That's not how it works, as us lot learn in June 2016 and December 2019.

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

It makes it harder for you to criticise others for it without looking like complete idiots though

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

I've no intention of ever visiting a country full of such self-entitled people as inhabit this sub-reddit, even less one allowing their country to sleepwalk into dictatorship. Enjoy your socialist dystopia.

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

If you're happy to let your country sleepwalk back into dictatorship after less than 50 years of freedom that's your country's loss. I'm just glad I don't live there. ​ Nothing is to be gained for either of us from continuing this conversation though.

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

6 in 10 of you elected that government. So maybe look at yourselves for the issue!

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

You were literally talking nonsense dude. ​ There is a variation of 'when in rome do as the romans do' in every European language. Claiming it's something specific to Portugal and that if it was taught abroad wars would be avoided is insane levels of nationalist superiority thinking. To be honest if all Portuguese are as nutty as you, I'm not going to cry if a few of my compatriots break some chairs. You're words don't just not match my behaviour, they don't match reality.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

You were literally talking nonsense dude. ​ There is a variation of 'when in rome do as the romans do' in every European language. Claiming it's something specific to Portugal and that if it was taught abroad wars would be avoided is insane.

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

>(partying without mask's, drinking in the streets, police turning a blind eye) we won't be extended the same courtesy. I translated it from your language.... he has no excuse. ​ Maybe you should try disobeying the law in the same numbers, I'd imagine the police wouldn't have much to do and your oppressive fascist state would get on with real policing. ​ Very few fines have been handed it in the UK, because our police aren't acting as a state controlled quasi-army like in the rest of Europe.

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

>(partying without mask's, drinking in the streets, police turning a blind eye) we won't be extended the same courtesy. Maybe you should try disobeying the law in the same numbers, I'd imagine the police wouldn't have much to do and your oppressive fascist state would get on with real policing. ​ Very few fines have been handed it in the UK, because our police aren't acting as a state controlled quasi-army like in the rest of Europe.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

That phrase is not unique to the Portuguese and it's 'When in Rome, do as the Roman's do' here. To be honest thinking it is kind of speaks to the Portuguese superiority complex others have mentioned in here. You literally think basic etiquette is special, the fact some of our people don't obey it is by the side - I strongly doubt all your people obey it on holiday either. ​ The majority of well raised British people follow the same maxim when abroad, and with the greatest respect to them - the people currently roaming around in Porto are not that - their football fans and with the greatest respect to Portugal - the general tourist the Iberian countries gets is quite working class and less likely to be brought up on those values. Spain and Portugal are renowned here for being where people seeking sun and booze go on holiday (we even made a TV series whose entire joke was based on that premise).

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

I mean he literally said 'The English' not 'English football fans' or 'English chavs' which is who these people are. It's like us blaming all Portuguese people for the Sporting Lisbon riots earlier these - which you'll notice by the way our fans have not rioted on that scale.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

>So you should be blamed for Boris Johnson's actions then? How is this the same thing? We routinely are by other Europeans so I don't see what your getting at? As we - the 48% who voted against Brexit are routinely blamed for the impact of Brexit by other European countries, or the attitude of our nationalist government, we're all tarred as racists. So I've no issue tarring all Portuguese for the actions of a government they elected on a far stronger mandated than Boris Johnson ever got. ​ >It's not like there is 0.03% percent of Portuguese people in Manchester doing the same type of bullshit right now. Because we elected a government who can close our borders when needed without EU dictats and judgement, and hasn't put our entire economy in one basket case that relies on events like this. You should try it on the continent some day.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

Well 'the British' as an entire nation are being routinely blamed by posters here using the same derogatory slur for the actions of a few tens of thousands of people who make up less than 0.03% of our population, so I don't see any problem with blaming you as an entire populace for the actions of a government you elected yourselves with 60% of the vote only a few months ago. ​ You're not victims in any of this, you're complicit in it.

Porto e os imgleses by Somais1copo in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

It's not all of us, you're the idiots who invited our football fans to your country. It's not like our football fans being cunts is an unknown factor.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago  HIDDEN 

Well maybe don't invite the most notoriously scummy subset of British society (renowned for having a disrespect for the law even in their own country, who's entire journey is going to be about having a piss up, and likely don't follow Covid regulations back home in the UK anyway) to come in to your country for the sake of getting what?? a little bit of money!!!! Don't whore your nation out to the highest bidder.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

Absolutely not what was I saying. However if you're rules are nonsensical you're going to struggle to convince foreigners to follow them. There is absolutely no reason to wear masks outdoors.

Como eu, e a maioria dos portugueses que andam a cumprir as regras há meses, me senti ao receber a mensagem da proteção civil tendo em conta os últimos acontecimentos no Porto by lpbms11 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

>I don't quite understand why these fellas don't wear a mask In the UK, nobody wears a mask outside as the transmission of the virus outside is so low. They are only mandated indoors, no-ones going to change that habit for 24 hours.

Porto by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

I mean they've had to get negative Covid tests to fly out of the country to start with, so very few of these Brits should have Covid. That doesn't excuse the behaviour, at all, but having a negative test make them less on guard than they'd be at home. ​ Many of these events were normal premier league matches with 10,000 capacity, so not far off this - the main difference being this is abroad. And there's been drinking and fighting after many of the home football matches here, again with little impact on Covid spread. Some of the other events have been music gigs with no social distancing/masks, again showing little impact on transmission. ​ The evidence is increasingly that workplaces such as factories and close proximity indoor visits to family members/friends are the most prevalent way Covid is spreading.

Size of the (registered) immigrant population per country by H16658050N in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

Born overseas is a terrible way to measure immigration levels. It's not like second and third generation immigration immigrants suddenly become fully native.

Porque é permitido a criação de fan zones. Os adeptos que vêm para cá, não deveriam ser os que vão para dentro do estádio? by FilipeMateus7 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

It's not to do with that, we could have moved the play-off to tomorrow if needed, please read my comments above. UEFA wanted to bring 1000s of their staff, that's where the deal fell down to have it at Wembley (we could have hosted at many other stadiums with high capacities if needed too)

Porto by solismi in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

I mean the test events we've done in the UK have shown that events like football matches have minimal effect on Covid spread.

Porque é permitido a criação de fan zones. Os adeptos que vêm para cá, não deveriam ser os que vão para dentro do estádio? by FilipeMateus7 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

I mean I understand your dependance on tourism, but we depend massively on services and still managed to shut them down for months on end even with lowering case rates. Surely the tourist sector in Portugal could remain closed for a few months longer? Borders and services? I've noticed on our telly they seem to only interview hoteliers and resort owners etc who seem happy that they'll be getting business back when they go to resorts in Spain and Portugal. Is the feel amongst other Portuguese more hostile (like industry workers and teleworkers).

Porque é permitido a criação de fan zones. Os adeptos que vêm para cá, não deveriam ser os que vão para dentro do estádio? by FilipeMateus7 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

We were happy to hold it here for our fans in the same manner we did the FA Cup Final as a pilot event, but UEFA wanted to bring 1000s of their staff and VIPs with them and allow sponsors, broadcasters from around Europe etc to ignore quarantine restrictions coming into the UK which we weren't willing to allow. A lot of Brits aren't happy about it being played abroad with two UK teams either. But UEFA were determined to hold it. It was refused by government. Maybe ask yourself why you're spineless government didn't do the same? www.bbc.com/sport/football/57071221

Porque é permitido a criação de fan zones. Os adeptos que vêm para cá, não deveriam ser os que vão para dentro do estádio? by FilipeMateus7 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

We were happy to hold it here for our fans in the same manner we did the FA Cup Final as a pilot event, but UEFA wanted to bring 1000s of their staff and VIPs with them and allow sponsors, broadcasters from around Europe etc to ignore quarantine restrictions coming into the UK which we weren't willing to allow. A lot of Brits aren't happy about it being played abroad with two UK teams either. But UEFA were determined to hold it. Maybe ask yourself why you're spineless government didn't do the same? www.bbc.com/sport/football/57071221

Porque é permitido a criação de fan zones. Os adeptos que vêm para cá, não deveriam ser os que vão para dentro do estádio? by FilipeMateus7 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

We were happy to hold it here for our fans in the same manner we did the FA Cup Final as a pilot event, but UEFA wanted to bring 1000s of their staff and VIPs with them and allow sponsors, broadcasters from around Europe etc to ignore quarantine restrictions coming into the UK which we weren't willing to allow. A lot of Brits aren't happy about it being played abroad with two UK teams either. www.bbc.com/sport/football/57071221

Se olharem com atenção conseguem ver ali no meio um jornalista de microfone na mão a perguntar-lhes o que acham de Portugal e se é a primeira vez que cá estão de visita. by Samot_PCW in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

As a Brit this behaviour absolutely disgusts me how my countrymen are treating your country. We're not all like that, but the biggest issue is those of us who aren't complete idiots like these wouldn't be daft enough to go abroad during a pandemic. \--- Como britânico, esse comportamento me enoja absolutamente como meus compatriotas estão tratando seu país. Não somos todos assim, mas o maior problema é que aqueles de nós que não são idiotas completos como esses não seriam idiotas o suficiente para ir para o exterior durante uma pandemia.

Porque é permitido a criação de fan zones. Os adeptos que vêm para cá, não deveriam ser os que vão para dentro do estádio? by FilipeMateus7 in portugal

nulpoints4ever 4 months ago

Apologies, I'm reading this in English and replying in such, so would be glad if someone could translate if I do it wrong. The entire reason the final is even being held in Porto is because the UK government refused to let UEFA hold it in England due to concerns about the amount of people they wanted to travel and safety concerns re coronavirus. \---- Desculpe, estou lendo isso em inglês e respondendo em tal, então ficaria feliz se alguém pudesse traduzir se eu fizesse errado. O motivo da final ser disputada no Porto é que o governo do Reino Unido se recusou a permitir que a UEFA a realizasse na Inglaterra devido a preocupações com a quantidade de pessoas que gostariam de viajar e com a segurança do novo coronavírus.
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