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#31
Ivanko - 31 May 2013 // 12:16:14

Instead of walking in car polluted air it would be a lot healthier to sit in a bar where people are actually drinking, paying, making fun and smoking!

#32
Ivanko - 30 May 2013 // 22:08:33

"We'd better watch out for policeman getting cheeky again. People driving foreign cars, make sure you can reach your embassy any time. You can be stopped again for no obvious reson and see an open hand coming into your side window. Dutch and Germans of Turkish origin, beware especially."

Uhum, in which country do you live?
So what you are saying is, now the Turkish are back in power with the socialists they are going to chase foreign Turkish people for bribes?

To be honest, only thing changed was that the police is more afraid of camera's somewhere hidden to catch them. And that the borders were turned wide open for Turkish travelers without much inspection. Not only in Bulgaria but also in Serbia.
If they want to reverse that again that would be a good thing! It is through Turkey that terrorists go to Libya, it is through Turkey that a lot of narcotics and illegal immigrants are coming into Europe.
If those travelers have nothing to hide that surely cannot be a problem, is it? We must not forget that Bulgaria is the border of the EU, and to get into the Shengen zone it is a need to make sure all illegal things are stopped at the Turkish/Bulgarian border...
;)

#33
Ivanko - 30 May 2013 // 13:48:41

As an EPP member Oettinger says this about countries where the EPP is not in power...

#34
Ivanko - 30 May 2013 // 13:21:21

Indeed, it even were the commies who made Tsveta sign the order for buying all this spying equipment...

And when Borisov went to the toilet, he did NOT leave a fart! That was a commie hidden behind the wall....

#35
Ivanko - 27 May 2013 // 23:08:20

We will need to wait a few years to see if the results are ok but to me it seems like Oresharski has made some damn good choices.

Will be really interesting to follow next days, weeks and months.
I do hope they get the support needed to start doing something useful in Bulgaria...

#36
Ivanko - 25 May 2013 // 22:06:44

No, Greece has a fence on the border so they have to cross the border with Bulgaria. Only that does not seem to be so easy...

#37
Ivanko - 23 May 2013 // 21:44:04

I prefer Hezbollah above rebels supported by the West any day, and they call me a racist sometimes...

I also prefer green and red chuskis above yellow ones. ;)

Chuski, you are one of the most loudest and most stupid animals I have ever read. Luckily not everybody is as stupid as you in Bulgaria, but that is only a matter of time I guess.

#38
Ivanko - 22 May 2013 // 15:45:47

Reality check needed here.
It was GERB that started ruling with support of Ataka...

After some time he just "convinced" some ataka members he had a lot more interesting stuff to offer and they didn't need ataka anymore...

EU = rape of democracy

#39
Ivanko - 22 May 2013 // 13:37:23

So there is a surplus and they do not where to leave it.
At the same time prices rise hard.

Yep, that is free market... Prices should go down so people can afford to use more electricity, companies could produce cheaper etc

#40
Ivanko - 15 May 2013 // 11:03:49

So pepperonki,

What you are saying is that someone else broke in to this company, printed ballots there, left them there and then called the prosecutor that everything has been done and the trap has been set.
Of course then the police come and hey, those commies did it again?

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