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  1. Spain won a lot of battles against Netherland,...

    Spain won a lot of battles against Netherland, but finally lost the war. However, you wouldn't say that the Wehrmacht was shit because lost WWII war.

    The disaster of the Armada was small when...
  2. The spanish navy of the XVIII c. was better than...

    The spanish navy of the XVIII c. was better than the french one, at the same level of England's. Napoleon knew it and that's one of the reasons that lead to the franco-spanish alliance wich supposed...
  3. Spain was in war against turks, north african...

    Spain was in war against turks, north african berbers, France, the protestants of all european countries, the amerindians, the english...

    The victorious swedish army was defeated by the spanish...
  4. From the late XV c. to middle XVII c. Spain...

    From the late XV c. to middle XVII c. Spain dominated war in Europe with a huge diffrerence. France took advantage from Rocroi onwards till the franco-prussian war.

    By sea, it was basicaly an...
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    In Spain catholic, jewish, evangelic and muslim...

    In Spain catholic, jewish, evangelic and muslim marriages have legal character. They share the same juridical effects with civil agreements.

    In the end, it doesn't matter what kind of beliefs you...
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    It is necessary to reduce drasticaly the welfare...

    It is necessary to reduce drasticaly the welfare system and bureaucracy. We need less socialism and corporativism.
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    I don't know if it's originally celtic, but I can...

    I don't know if it's originally celtic, but I can tell you is danced in several parts of Spain, such as la Rioja, Navarra, Aragón and Euskadi. We call it "paloteado" (I think it's not necessary to...
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    Poll: Cigarros were amerindian, taínos to be more...

    Cigarros were amerindian, taínos to be more precise (I don't remember well, but I think they called them cohiba). But cigarrettes -tobacco inside a paper- are probably a spanish invention. Cigarro is...
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    Poll: If a woman wants to practise an abortion it...

    If a woman wants to practise an abortion it doesn't matter if it's legal or not. She'll do it anyways and in most cases without leaving proofs of it.
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    Mudéjar art is omnipresent in Zaragoza, believe...

    Mudéjar art is omnipresent in Zaragoza, believe me. Even we have a muslim palace, the "Aljafería". The muslim -cultural, not genetic- impact in a important part of Iberia is undeniable. Words,...
  11. The french aren't cowards nor weak-kneed, their...

    The french aren't cowards nor weak-kneed, their role in the 30 years war was essential to defeat the catholics, who had controlled the war.

    In the revolutionary-napoleonic period, and despite the...
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    Iberia comes from greek colonists, Hispania from...

    Iberia comes from greek colonists, Hispania from phoenician ones. It was the roman adaptation of a phoencian name. Wich is older? I don't know, but phoenicians arrived here before greeks. In any...
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    There is a kind of superstition in DNA fora wich...

    There is a kind of superstition in DNA fora wich contists in matching a single hg with a certain ethnolinguistic group, as if a monoparental mutation carried the language gen.

    In these days it's...
  14. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_L0YYy0zo30k/SJC6g2i0g5I/...

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_L0YYy0zo30k/SJC6g2i0g5I/AAAAAAAABlA/JVvlHZ5qVlA/s400/CARNAVAL+BIELSA6+.jpg
    http://www.caiaragon.com/images/fichas/carnaval.jpg

    This is Bielsa, in the aragonese...
  15. Here, since the 70's, socialist means...

    Here, since the 70's, socialist means "socialdemocrat" while communist means "real socialist". However, the born of communist parties comes from the III International, when the radical revolutionary...
  16. The socialist party was almost inexistent during...

    The socialist party was almost inexistent during Franco's regime, only the communists made something against it. It was a pro-bolshevik party till the arrival of democracy, because european...
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    Yes, I'd like to add that this p* IE toponyms are...

    Yes, I'd like to add that this p* IE toponyms are found in most of Iberia and subsequently seem to be a previous stage to the celtic problem. It's possible that these languages were closely related...
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    How can we explain the presence of IE p* in some...

    How can we explain the presence of IE p* in some toponyms of the atlantic façade living alongside with other placenames that have lost it? All celtic languages lack IE p*; it's common sense to...
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    IMO northwestern Iberia is as celtic as central...

    IMO northwestern Iberia is as celtic as central Iberia is: something close to zero. We are romance speakers with a roman culture and the elements that could have been attributed to an ancient...
  20. The problem with ancient texts is that sometimes...

    The problem with ancient texts is that sometimes geography and ethnicity are confused, overlapped. Iberia had both senses, the first included the whole territory and the second the peoples of iberian...
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    Then you think ancient celts, germans or slavs...

    Then you think ancient celts, germans or slavs carried a single haplogroup and that single haplogroups weren't present in other different ethnicities....?

    Do you seriously think that humans...
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    Can somebody affirm what language spoke a guy...

    Can somebody affirm what language spoke a guy when a "x" mutation took place in his monoparental chromosome? What language did speak the "P" guy who gave origin to a "Q" or "R" dude? And their...
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    Poll: Experiments with chimps showed that the...

    Experiments with chimps showed that the "grammatical categories" that better used were imperative and vocative-nomative and were capable of memorizing more than 100 lexical units focussing on names...
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    "According to the report, the study was...

    "According to the report, the study was undertaken under "stringent laboratory conditions."

    "One can from this postulate that Hitler was related to people whom he despised," researcher Mulders...
  25. There are no proofs of violent episodes in the...

    There are no proofs of violent episodes in the Basque Country during Prehistory and ancient authors wrote that a sort of matriarchy was common among cantabrians (IE), not in basque-aquitanians.
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