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#71
MysteryHP - 27 Jan 2012 // 10:50:16

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bypLwI5AQvY

At least the British stand up to this EU nonesense. Bulgaria must return to Russia, the future is in the east, the west is just stagnating

#72
MysteryHP - 26 Jan 2012 // 21:44:55

hahahahah,,a meeting with the grea President Herman Van Rompuy. The biggest noname in the world. DOes anyone even know this guy is president of the EU? He is so unkown, when people see him at a meeting, they think he is the waiter. :)

#73
MysteryHP - 24 Jan 2012 // 21:46:39

Hi Ankle! Yes, your right actually, the cardiadic program is top notch. I have heard this from many places. But the other departments are just a part of a money factory. I was in for eye examination there, and they said my appointment was 15:00, but did not occur until 16:00, and for only 5 minutes, with no thorugh exam, just a brief look in order to get more people through the door to make money. Once a few months ago I had a leg injury. again they took all kinds of money just to refer me to Pirigov. And they again don't spend more than 5 minutes. Normally private hospitals are better than public, but Tokuda just does not make the cut. Building is new and looks good, but quality of health is below even government standards (with exception of cardiadic)

#74
MysteryHP - 24 Jan 2012 // 18:20:20

I can not resist to comment on this one. Let's not forget how this Tokuda hospital robs all the patients. The quanitiy of the staff are no where near the specialists at government hospitals, and the time they give to patient examination is poor as well. Who is the real theif from the article?

#75
MysteryHP - 16 Jan 2012 // 11:10:15

I am not dumb,,,just sticking up for our interests in Bulgaria. Israel is good for us in terms of tourism...but we do not need to get involved with the militarily. Israel is just using us in a wider political game,,and we just go along for the ride

#76
MysteryHP - 15 Jan 2012 // 09:54:29

What problem is Turkey making? It is a NATO ally, and the most loyal ally we have in the region. New PM there is a very honest man, who finally stands up to Isreal. They tried friendship with that country, but will not happen until the Isreali's develop a level of respect for all inhabitants on the land. We should not be playing TUrkey against Isreal, as we need TUrkey as an ally always, and Isreal we really need for nothing :)

#77
MysteryHP - 14 Jan 2012 // 13:56:09

Who are all these people that are chosen to vote on? Except for the politics cataegory, every one else are unkown to the Buglarian people. Why is the list so limited, with only 5 choices? In eacch category, in a country of 7 million people, only 5 people are outstanding? THis vote seems a little rigged :)

#78
MysteryHP - 14 Jan 2012 // 10:34:15

What strategic interests does Bulgaria have with Israel? We are in Europe, they are in the middle east. We might as well make strategic ties with Angola and Tahiti! Buglaria has enough problems, than to get involved in one of the middle east most difficult problem areas. How does the governemnt even consider such nonesense?

#79
MysteryHP - 10 Dec 2011 // 17:25:58

oh come on, what to worry, there is no financial problems in Bulgaria. In sofia the police still have gas to drive their porsche police cars. All is ok! And the Bishop is with his Lincoln, and all the members of parlement with their BMV and Mercedes. Everything is fine, nothing to worry. :)

#80
MysteryHP - 10 Dec 2011 // 12:11:24

Oh come on, the point is that a church, which lives off donations, should not be buying for their people expensive toys. It is supposed to be religion , not a mafia. Orothdox church is not so bad, but when you look at cults like the Mormons and JW's, it is nothing in comparison to the corruption and money making of the established churches. Bishhop should be a little emore sensitive on such issues. People expect cults to behave this way, and expect real religions to be much more honest. :)

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