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#31
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 23:26:42

There's difference?

I don't differentiate any more than they do between Romanian and Bulgarian - US UK they all look like boring dumb asses to me, who haven't gotten the memo that they are about to hit bottom....

#32
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 23:20:15

Well, I don't know who you are quoting, but this is the reality:

After the Americans bombing Russia's allies, surrounding her with military bases and nuclear shields, encouraging her neighbors to attack her minorities, giving moral and material support to her separatist Muslim minorities, the US has finally ran out of breath, under staggering load of debt and internal mismanagement, and is now attempting to appeal to some "civilized" relations.

Countries like Kyrgystan, former US's partners in their so-called War On Terror, are reading the writing on the wall and wisely jumping ship.
Many more to come.
Not the first country to regret anti Russian aggression that US.....

#33
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 23:05:33

qwerty is definitely American - hey guys face it your Socialist are much more "real" than ours.
Your Socialism is on its way up, ours on its way down.
You are nationalizing, we are privatizing.

There are, however some realities that haven't sank in yet - that of the fact that the US is sooo in the poor house, and yet some of you still act like they can "buy" countries....

... but reality will kick in....

#34
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 22:53:28

"The US does not wish to be the policeman of the world and fight wars all over the globe."

That's interesting since they've set up "police stations" all over the world....

#35
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 22:50:33

"Kyrgyzstan really? Shoot I could buy that country for 3 pence... tssssssss"

Yeah, exactly - now go to Kyrgystani forums to tell them that - that should endear you to them if anything.
Then you wonder why the world hates the US/UK.
You can elect purple Husseins if you like, the world will not change their attitude until the US learns some manners.

#36
#37
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 22:43:49

What are you talking about?
Russia is maneuvering to to get close enough ties with the EU so that she can force her interests through and control them - nothing to do with BG.
Russia wants the EU to increase its dependance on her.
We should do whatever we can to help her, if our interests dictate.

She also wants to elbow out the US. Can you blame her after all the bulling on their part?

#38
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 22:32:07

"You are either ignorant or in denial. Russia is broke a lot worse than the US."

Not true Nellie and you know it.
The Russians have huge foreign currency reserve - in cash.
The US is running record deficits.

"US. The US has said the base is not moving. What is Kyrgyztan gonna do about it? Or Putin for that matter?"

Yeah start another war, why don't you?;))))
Sooner or later the Russian wick kick the Americans out of that region. Time is on their side.

#39
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 22:27:40

"And the Europeans should care because? The EU is very happy to be saving the European taxpayers money by withholding it from Bulgaria."

In the long run they should care. They have incorporated people who are getting more and more hateful towards them.
I am not the only one who'd love to see EU fail.
Only because of the way they treat us - not withholding funds - that's good. We need external pressure to reform - it's the way they insult us publicly and privately - that's gonna come back to bite them in the ass major time!


"You are a good little hore sucking American schlong, but Bulgaria should insist on its dignity and not do anything to reinstate EU funding?"

I say no such a thing!
I think we should do everything possible to get their money.
But we should also help Russia fukc with them.

#40
Kolegialen - 4 Feb 2009 // 22:19:28

"After a swell in anti-American feeling in the Central Asian state of Kyrgyzstan, their government submitted Wednesday a decree to parliament for the closure of a key US air base..."

LOL nobody likes Americans!

"President Bakiyev made his announcement on Tuesday in Moscow, where he was promised more than $2bn (ВЈ1.4bn) in Russian aid."

Hello!!


You kick the Russians enough, they'll kick back!
Who's got the money to bribe now? US is broke!

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