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#1
Ivanko - 21 Aug 2013 // 01:28:24

He will challenge them to play a football match with him. If they loose they need to pay a new bridge.
If he looses they bribed the referee.

#2
Ivanko - 19 Aug 2013 // 15:45:20

You know too much Philippe!

Good that he has recovered from his serious hart problems.
He even made it to professional footballer, on his age!!!

#3
Ivanko - 17 Aug 2013 // 02:52:29

Hahahaaaa, pepperoni ...

It is the Borrisov period mainly they are talking about.
And what is more, all the Boyko/Djankov years have the same pattern...

#4
Ivanko - 16 Aug 2013 // 14:42:34

Me thinks he better steps down.
He vetoes for nothing and stirs the public protest.

If we see Bulgarians fighting he will be the cause. Should be ashamed!

#5
Ivanko - 15 Aug 2013 // 19:45:59

To conclude, homophobe and racist

#6
Ivanko - 11 Aug 2013 // 15:46:49

Not so in Yambol?
I believe they are restoring it because it will go into Turkish hands again. That is what they asked, the Turkish.
In Europe, they get what they ask.

#7
Ivanko - 9 Aug 2013 // 00:44:37

The revenge of the midgets costs Hezbollah an update to terrorism.

#8
Ivanko - 31 Jul 2013 // 01:37:59

If Germany choses to ban nuclear and favourite green then they need to pay the price for that.

It is not because they are idiots Bulgarians need to make the same mistake... (They already did but did not yet pay for all those idiocy. And they don't have the money neither)

Besides the price people pay is much higher then 8 cents. If you combine night/day (let's say 50/50) then it is 10/10,5 euro cents.
Then you need to know the time periods for night are very short and do not count in weekends like other countries where the whole weekend is night tariff.
I'm not speaking of all those grants people get for making their house more energy saving and much much more!!!

If you compare those prices to the average income then Bulgarians even pay more then you probably.

Comparing the price only is not an honest way, it does not show the real figures behind it.

#9
Ivanko - 30 Jul 2013 // 23:50:32

The same goes for GERB and the previous government which also needed support from Ataka until they bribed some ATAKA members...

So, really, I do not understand Bulgarians. They demonstrate against democracy and EU if you listen to them and then they shout democracy and ask the EU for help...

Dumb dumber dumbest. (luckily we have good examples overhere)

#10
Ivanko - 23 Jul 2013 // 17:18:38

Hezbollah is not a terrorist organization, contrary they fight against terrorists.

Look in Syria.

Further, they would not have any advantage with a bomb that kills a few on European territory.
Contrary, that would harm them. Even the biggest idiot in the world (except Russkiparatski) would understand that.

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