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#51
CJB - 10 Jul 2010 // 11:35:16

At the risk of giving the old bore the oxygen of publicity, it seems he is some feeble Ataka supporter (to judge from his anti-Semitic pan-Slavism). Probably he is stuck at home in his wheelchair while some old baba wipes his arse. He is bitter at the young Bulgarians as they look to US and EU, speak English, listen to (Turkish/Gypsy style) Chalga and don't care about the origins of Bulgarian people.

He gets turned on by Siderov and his leather jacket hard man look, and wishes he were younger and able bodied so he could go Roma hunting or somesuch brutality. Instead he has to deliver dry as dust monologues on Bulgarian ethnicity on this forum. Sad old cripple.

#52
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 21:57:19

This is the correct judgement. Sometimes the Bulgarian courts do their job, it seems!

#53
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 21:43:58

Are Bulgarians really as low paid as they pretend to be? In the private sector, there is the widespread "cash" salary which is not declared, only the minimum is declared for tax and social payments. Also the widespread 13th salary at Xmas. Let's not even start on the "incentives", "bonuses", "backhanders" and "sweeteners" necessary to get any actual work out of anyone!

#54
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 20:36:20

"The Supreme Judicial Council has ordered a 10% cut of the salary of another judge, Dimitar Kirilov, over proven contacts with Georgiev."

Oh that'll work. Reduce his pay, then he won't need to take bakshish?

#55
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 13:21:00

Dutch: "Life's simple, good and.....the summers are a hell of a lot better than in Holland :-)"

Life's simple in Varna? Maybe only if you follow orders from TIM:

http://sofiaecho.com/2010/07/09/930213_back-alley-deals

#56
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 13:10:57

"I made my point, and except for offensive remarks you have to offer nothing. You are definitely too dense to understand about what I was talking."

Hey, you know I think a little of the Balkan mentality has started to infect your Teutonic psyche. Look at your "reasoning". You "made" your "point", but no evidence supplied to substantiate it. Then the "point" was never "made", simply asserted. Then you ignore any evidence that contradicts your opinion, and assume that your opponent is stupid because you do not agree!

Maybe you found the right place in the Balkans, there are many here with this same pig-headed, stubborn refusal to see what is in front of their snouts!

#57
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 13:06:40

"He even didn't speak Bulgarian and never had any other relationship to this country than the mere fact that he was born on Bulgarian territiory."

Then he was as Bulgarian as Simeon.

#58
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 13:05:34

"I already mentioned several times that the BNB has the actual data."

Ah, BG has the Holy Grail, is that so? The actual one? You believe this?

I sincerely hope you did not invest in BG based on BNB "statistics". This would be very foolish!

Look around you, Fausten! See what has been and still is happening! BG did not suddenly transform into Bavaria in 2007 upon entering the EU. Transparency is an illusion, "statistics" are tools for officials, nothing more. Look harder!

#59
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 13:00:48

"So the Greek statistics turned out to be a Bulgarian...from 2002! LOL"

Wrong again. Look again, dumbkopf!

#60
CJB - 9 Jul 2010 // 12:59:14

"Well, it is really very reliable, since it quotes from exactly the same source than I do: BNB. LOL!

Too bad that the statistics I quoted is from 2010, and the one published here ends 2002..."

Hey, I suppose if you work hard enough, you will find the wrong information. Try the Greek ones from 2004 instead! Or the ones from 2007! Since EU accession, there is stricter monitoring of Bulgarian stats, as if that means anything. Before 2007, why should Greek figures be any less "reliable" than Bulgarian ones?

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