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#61
Dino the Athenian - 16 Feb 2012 // 12:39:50

Sorry, but underscoring Teutonic morony and pointing out Germanic obstructionism, minimalism and incrementalism IS NOT vengeance.

It's just common sense.

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#63
Dino the Athenian - 13 Feb 2012 // 02:09:42

The German minister is of course disability personified.

Nothing is more telling of the Merkozy impotence than the picture on this man on wheel chair.

The entire German politick is the disabled man of Europe. Mostly in the brain that is.

#64
Dino the Athenian - 6 Feb 2012 // 17:51:53

I'll bet you his name (of the new PM) will be Papadumescu.

#65
Dino the Athenian - 4 Feb 2012 // 19:14:38

There nothing prejudicial and unimformed about consistent bad economy news out of Turkey:

1. Inflation at 10.6% (record for the last 3 years)
2. Negative trade gap of about $110 Bil. (Exports-Imports).


This is why you never take the statements of a semi-totalitarisn government at face value. You always allow plenty of time and plenty of evidence to prove or disprove a position.

Bottom line: Europe does not need Turkey; it never will.

This is not prejudice, just observation.

#66
Dino the Athenian - 4 Feb 2012 // 19:04:42

Sa-sha:

Brother, you don't need to apologize. Even I sometimes can't take it anymore:-)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78rZaDKdH4c

#67
Dino the Athenian - 3 Feb 2012 // 01:42:45

All the islands are untouchable.

Have you heard of the EEZ concept?

Do you know that Greece's water economic sphere is 5 larger than its land mass? Here is a little map to help you conceptualize it:


http://www.seaaroundus.org/eez/300.aspx

#68
Dino the Athenian - 2 Feb 2012 // 23:44:54

Here we go. Typo interference from the Turkish police again.

The only news we head in Greece was an urgent bailout needed for Turkish basketball:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlaHS1n74T0

#69
Dino the Athenian - 2 Feb 2012 // 23:42:11

I did hear any of this..

The only thing I heard in the news iwas about a possible basketball bailout:

First and hymn to the Greens:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbLSgUZQ8DE

and here is the evidence:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlaHS1n74T0

#70
Dino the Athenian - 1 Feb 2012 // 05:43:16

I think there is quite a bit of misinformation based on the comments above.

During WWII the Germans took over administration of Thessaloniki(for reasons of protecting the oil fields of Ploesti), whereas the majority of Greece was under Italian administration (much more humane).

Thessaloniki was know as a great center of Jewish community going all the way back to Spain and the deportation of the Jews under the brutality of the Spanish Inquisition.

The Jews were rounded up by the Germans in Thessaloniki and of course they were deported through Bulgaria on train routes whose final destination were the death camps and similar German atrocities.

This is neither Greek propaganda (as some asserted) nor defamation of Bulgaria whose government at the time was a clear Nazi collaborator and that's the undisputed truth. We can't revise history.

This Nazi collaboration is a very black chapter in Bulgarian history and this is why this new Bulgarian President needs to be very circumspect on what he says about the role of Germany today in European affairs; when the present German failure is so evident and reminiscent of previous and repeated German failures throughout the 20th century.

As far as the Jews are concerned, which remain the main topic of this story, they deserve the outmost respect and their memory demands justice.

Think about it and cut the avoidance crap. We don't care about history revisionism; all we care about is what is Bulgaria today prepared to do to come to terms with its black past.

I would start with a moratorium on statements from the present Bulgarian government whose repeated transgressions include statements of disturbing ignorance and the ideology of modern fascism.

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