We should not take sugar after a certain limit, or it'll gift us obesity and diabetes.
Is his what?
BTW, I'll write another factbook about Gackdish Na'al, the god of Agriculture. He is worshipped a lot, especially by the farmers and the peasants. You can get an idea of how Gackdish Na'al looks, by visiting my Wiki-Factbook and finding the flag of British Swedesttanossa under the History Section.
Ah ok. Limits usually imply government mandates
Did you just say kashmir is Pakistani?
Hehe...I have subscribed to Zimbax, I knew about Gibraltar's stereotype in his series about the Stereotypes of the nations. You should really check it out!
You're correct. Kashmir is not Pakistani! Sardar Vallabhai Patel was the Indian who requested Kashmir's Nawab to join India.
And now, the Pakistanis and the Chinese suddenly want this Kashmir...I don't know why...
And Goa isn't Portuguese. We've drived out the Portuguese from Goa at 1970.
You can claim Goa as yours, but the Indian Govenremnt won't. And sorry...it was 1961.
Exact reason why you want Pakistani Kashmir, even it rightfully belongs to India's sovereignty?
Couldn't care less what the Indian Government has said, says or will say about the matter.
Being Portuguese or Portugal is more than territorially being part of Portugal, it is a spiritual connection to the Seas of Prince Henry, of the bravery of those who adventured on the Seas, of the spiritual state of multiculturalism of a nation reborn from tentacles of grief and joy. Goa is Portugal, even if simply spiritually.
The current Prime-Minister of Portugal is Goan, just shows how Portuguese Goa is.
The Portuguese Civil Code of 1866 still lives in Goa, as an example of the legal superiority of the State concerning equality between religions and genders when it comes to Family and Succession Law.
ChamuÁas (Samosas) are still widely eaten as a snack in Portugal and former colonies, another proof of the intercultural status of Goa as part of Portugal.
The Fifth Empire will come.
As Pessoa rightfully coined it Portugal is yet to be accomplished.
That does not sound very good to me.