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#1
Mr. Pitkin - 10 Mar 2016 // 03:03:23

So, 1 in 7 people are living on pensions, given the current population in BG. And when you account for the children, then then the ratio is even worse.
So who is left in Bulgaria?

#2
Mr. Pitkin - 7 Mar 2016 // 23:24:43

Correctness is the norm of polite public behavior. If man is the measure of all things - from Kant onwards, the human dignity is a measure of social relations. Racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia and any other form of discrimination is unacceptable. The boundaries of legitimate public behavior towards others are fluid and variable in specific circumstances, so be fixed by morality and law. At school, before that, the family must learn how to behave with respect for others. Apparently - or his mannered person, or striving to peak blitz, show and street bully’s rudeness unenviable our daily lives. Civil and political correctness of manners due respect to the other is a virtue for which a dispute may not have - at least among polite people.
Arguable is a very narrow aspect of political correctness - the conversion of correctness in a club to exercise ideological control over others through the instruments of new speak!

#3
Mr. Pitkin - 7 Mar 2016 // 23:22:33

Multiculturalism is a postmodern ideology of specifically preferencing various minorities against the "silent majority" in a way that undermines the system of civil equality and creates minority privileges, wounding the rights of other citizens.

#4
Mr. Pitkin - 18 Jul 2014 // 23:42:18

And why would Ukraine need more sophisticated weapons? They already are destroying enough of their own towns and cities and continue killing civilians indiscriminantly.
The freedom fighters have no heavy weapons at all, and Ukranian tanks, artilery and air force are bombing the South-East part of the country into oblivian...
Is this how we should deal with people who do not share our opinions?

#5
Mr. Pitkin - 18 Jul 2014 // 22:49:27

• Iran Air Flight 655 -- On July 3, 1988, in the volatile Persian Gulf, the USS Vincennes shot down an Iran Air Airbus A300 bound for Dubai, United Arab Emirates. All 290 passengers and crew aboard were killed. The United States said the Navy ship had been exchanging fire with Iranian ships and mistook the passenger jet for an Iranian fighter jet.

#6
Mr. Pitkin - 18 Jul 2014 // 22:47:38

Ukraine admits it shot down Russian airliner
By Ben Aris in Moscow
12:01AM BST 13 Oct 2001
Ukraine finally admitted yesterday that its military shot down a Russian airliner that crashed into the Black Sea last week, killing all 78 passengers and crew.
Evhen Marchuk, the chairman of Ukraine's security council, conceded that the plane had probably been brought down by "an accidental hit from an S-200 rocket fired during exercises".
Russian investigators believe a missile exploded near the plane, spraying it with shrapnel. Russian and Israeli scientists found metal pellets in the victims and in the fuselage.
Vladimir Rushailo, the chairman of Russia's security council, said: "The investigation has found that the disaster resulted from a strike by a warhead from an anti-aircraft missile."
Although both Russia and Ukraine were almost certainly aware of the cause from the start, it took eight days for Ukraine to accept responsibility.

#7
Mr. Pitkin - 18 Mar 2014 // 23:33:43

if you care to dig down in history, you will find that there were actually Bulgarians who also lived in Crimea, but they do not claim it as there native land.

Read this short excerpt from Wikipedia

Since ca. 700 BC, the peninsula has changed hands well over a dozen times, with all or part having been controlled by Cimmerians, Bulgars, Greeks, Scythians, Romans, Goths, Huns, Khazars, Kievan Rus' (the historical precursor to the modern states of Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia[16]), the Byzantine Empire, Venice, Genoa, Kipchaks, the Golden Horde, the Ottoman Empire, the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, Germany, Ukraine (illegally transfered to it by Khrushchev in 1954 - my comment).
So, as you can see, Crimea's turbulent existence had seen many rulers come and go. By defeating Ottoman Empire , Russia acquired Crimea and for over 200 years the peninsula belonged to Russia. Now it is back to those whom it rightfully belongs.
Oh, I am so sorry that people of Crimea didn't like Ukraine.
Nevertheless, the truth. you have to live up to your name. - See more at: http://www.novinite.com/showthread/233950/Vitali+Klitschko%3A+Risk+of+Ethnic+Cleansing+in+Crimea#sthash.nSzXad8S.dpuf

#8
Mr. Pitkin - 18 Mar 2014 // 23:32:05

I'm surprised that nobody really addresses what the people of Crimea want. If you care to dig down in history, you will find that there were actually Bulgarians who also lived in Crimea, but they do not claim it as there native land.

Read this short excerpt from Wikipedia

Since ca. 700 BC, the peninsula has changed hands well over a dozen times, with all or part having been controlled by Cimmerians, Bulgars, Greeks, Scythians, Romans, Goths, Huns, Khazars, Kievan Rus' (the historical precursor to the modern states of Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia[16]), the Byzantine Empire, Venice, Genoa, Kipchaks, the Golden Horde, the Ottoman Empire, the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, Germany, Ukraine (illegally transfered to it by Khrushchev in 1954 - my comment).
So, as you can see, Crimea's turbulent existence had seen many rulers come and go. By defeating Ottoman Empire , Russia acquired Crimea and for over 200 years the peninsula belonged to Russia. Now it is back to those whom it rightfully belongs.
Oh, I am so sorry that people of Crimea didn't like Ukraine.
Nevertheless, the truth. you have to live up to your name. - See more at: http://www.novinite.com/showthread/233950/Vitali+Klitschko%3A+Risk+of+Ethnic+Cleansing+in+Crimea#sthash.nSzXad8S.dpuf

#9
Mr. Pitkin - 18 Mar 2014 // 23:28:12

And what were one of the first laws the new rulers in Kiev adopted? Outlaw the Russian language, stop any Russian TV channels, and yesterday they banned Bulgarian as well, as one of the minority languages...

#10
Mr. Pitkin - 18 Mar 2014 // 22:30:29

UN American,

You just show your ignorance of the world events and REALPOLITIK! Let me give yo some more examples of what just happened in Crimea:
Saarland reunited with W. Germany in 1958, then East and West Germany reunited, how about, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California joining the US?
Using foul language just shows what a low life you are and DEFINITELY you are note an American. Maybe Turk, or Kosovar, or Ukranian?

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