Rivaldo wrote:The first pages of this topic expose a ideology that mixes geography with culture/religion trying to establish a very weird "euro" nationalism.
Europe is a continent and it's as absurd to suppose an European culture as to suppose an Asiatic one, or use any other geographic reference to talk about human identity or behaviour.
Yeah, it is totally absurd, personally I see the word "European" as a geographical term and nothing more.
I do not feel "European" at all, and I am perfectly fine in this way.
Not that I have anything against the other "Europeans", I really like their cultures, but I feel I have more in common with a Tunisian or a Turk than with a Swede or an Estonian.