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Commenting article: Greek Ambassador Danai-Magdalini Koumanakou: Greece-Bulgaria Relations Are Becoming Model for Balkan Countries

Interview with the Ambassador of Greece to Bulgaria, Mrs. Danai-Magdalini Koumanakou for the "Greek Survey" ("International Survey: Bulgaria-Greece”) of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

Her Excellency Danai-Magdalini Koumanakou was born in Athens. She has a Master’s in sociology from the Paris VIII University, and a Master’s in political science from the Panteion University.

She has worked for the Greek Foreign Ministry since 1979, and has been assigned to Greek diplomatic missions in Nicosia, Berne, Geneva, Paris, Ankara, the UN General Assembly.

She has been Greece's Ambassador to Bulgaria since 2006.

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#1
DrFaust - 6 Apr 2010 // 14:35:38

Appi,

you are actually adressing the wrong person. It shouldn't be too difficult even for an appendix to understand the difference between me and Smellie.

"Religion a "Private Matter"?
Religion sticks it's nose in everyone's business and gives us the moral compass we are suppose (Have to) follow!"

You obviously don't understand the simplest of differences between religion and institutions (that are based, or pretend to be based on religion.) Unless you are brainwashed, it is up to you what religion you follow. But I have the impression that being brainwashed is exactly your problem.

Before you post such a nonsense, maybe you should let WW do the thinking. Not that she is good at it, but at least she brings us some pleasure to see her idiocy disposed again and again.

#2
DrFaust - 6 Apr 2010 // 10:25:33

"Fistula the genius who started insulting me because I said I would like to see a few hundred million demented Muslims exterminated."

What I said actually was that I don't consider someone who is advocating mass murder a human being any longer. That's for sure not an insult, just a factual statement, since you have clearly established yourself outside humanity by advocating mass murder.

#3
Bill - 6 Apr 2010 // 03:53:04

Rolli:

"IF you were "smart enough to get it" maybe you would realize that with everything you say, makes your position worthless, idiotic and very un-effective."

If you were smart enough to get it, you'd know that your world and mine clash, and so far as I'm concerned you're best described as an overage hippie. Incidentally, you're in no position whatever to tell someone to learn how to spell.

When I'm speaking of advancing the cause, if I have to explain it to you in kindergarten terms, what I'm saying is that her aggressive insult format, instead of producing a reaction of "Hey, she's got a point there", she gets a reaction of "OMG, not another one".

Got it now?

#4
DP - 6 Apr 2010 // 03:34:20

"in Bulgarian they say: Izbivat si komplexite."

Nellie,

I have been meaning to ask the following question for quite a while. Is this expression variation of "Izbivash chivia"--as I remember it? Or is it something totally different? I really don't recall anyone in Bulgaria speaking about complexes in my day...lol

#5
Rollingstoned - 6 Apr 2010 // 02:17:28

Uchak,

I usually don't respond to comments like the one that you just posted...

"ah! so you claim NOT to have a oenis...intesrting what modern surgery can do"

BUT I will make an exception tonight.

...Have a good night, if that is even possible in your world and please learn to spell.

Chao do skiv

:-))

#6
Uchak - 6 Apr 2010 // 02:01:22

ah! so you claim NOT to have a oenis...intesrting what modern surgery can do

#7
Rollingstoned - 6 Apr 2010 // 01:38:46

Uchak,

I wish I could kill two birds with one stone.
But I like birds.

Im not so sure about you though.
I don't like people who lie.

You have been a total prick to WickedWitch ever since she politely turned down your numerous offers to meet in person.

Move on dude.

#8
Rollingstoned - 6 Apr 2010 // 00:21:41

" Everyone is venting their frustrations, blowing off steam......in Bulgarian they say: Izbivat si komplexite."

I don't know about "everyone" but I don't come here to blow off steam.

I come here to learn about things like this....

"Izbivat si komplexite"

Does that mean..... "please pass me the cheese to go with Bills whine?"
Or does it mean... "Shoot him in the head to get him out of our misery?" :-))

#9
viking - 6 Apr 2010 // 00:12:39

Smellie,

I hate it when you start to make sense!
Your sock puppet decided to say the opposite.
"I don't get your point. Religion is a private matter"

Religion a "Private Matter"?
Religion sticks it's nose in everyone's business and gives us the moral compass we are suppose (Have to) follow!

#10
NellieotAmerica - 6 Apr 2010 // 00:12:11

Bill

"What I'm trying to get across to WW, and without any visible success, is that aggression and insult is not the way to promote the cause."

As far as I can tell, WW is not promoting anything with you. Perish the thought! This forum is not a platform to promote anything. Everyone is venting their frustrations, blowing off steam......in Bulgarian they say: Izbivat si komplexite.

#11
NellieotAmerica - 6 Apr 2010 // 00:06:30

Bill

"We still have capital punishment, Nellie. Only the method is different."

I don't have a problem with capital punishment. if someone is a menace to society, he should be removed from it. But capital punishment by drugs or by some immediate and painless means is a far cry from stoning someone to death and taking hours and hours to die. It is just cruel and sadistic. They could chop off her head and call it a day. But why? A woman should be able to sleep with anyone she wants to and should not be punished for it. A divorce will suffice.

#12
Rollingstoned - 6 Apr 2010 // 00:04:47

"What I'm pointing out to WW--if she's smart enough to get it--is that she overdoes things with her zeal, and makes her position and herself less effective.

That's according to you, Bill.
IF you were "smart enough to get it" maybe you would realize that with everything you say, makes your position worthless, idiotic and very un-effective.

Over dosing with zeal is like over dosing with passion and there's nothing wrong with that. Some people are passionate about womens rights, you know.

Including myself.

Women rule, men like you, drool.
:-p~

#13
Bill - 6 Apr 2010 // 00:02:34

Nellie:

I've been in five situations where I was forced to work for less competent suoervisors, so I understand that frustration all too well.

What I'm trying to get across to WW, and without any visible success, is that aggression and insult is not the way to promote the cause.

#14
NellieotAmerica - 5 Apr 2010 // 23:58:41

Bill

" What I'm pointing out to WW--if she's smart enough to get it--is that she overdoes things with her zeal, and makes her position and herself less effective."

WW is blowing off steam. Any professional woman, especially in a man's field like engineering or architecture, knows the frustration of doing more work that the men and not getting paid as much as the men. Been there, done that. In my day (30 years ago) it was worse. Much worse. I was so frustrated to have to work under men who were not as well educated or as qualified as myself, yet they were my boss. You have no idea how frustrating it can be. So I kind of understand her frustration.

#15
WickedWitch - 5 Apr 2010 // 23:55:08

Bill,

Only those uncomfortable with an idea and without a clue as to how to oppose it look for problems in the presentation, whether real or imaginary.

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