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It is the symbol of the EU for all effects. With the obvious differences (I am not putting it on equal footing, just exemplifying) it is a bit like saying that the swastika is a symbol of Hinduism (which it is and in that case deserving of complete and utmost respect), but most people associate it with something else (unfortunately).

That symbol on top is associated with things that do not represent values that are worth fighting for...

How many people in Europe know what is the Council of Europe? That symbol, for most people, represents something else...

by cagatacos on Tue Jun 2nd, 2015 at 09:29:16 AM EST
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