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#1
Sofia Brit - 19 May 2012 // 06:53:30

Yes, because it's clearly obvious what massive benefits left wing politics have brought to Bulgaria, isn't it? :sigh:

#2
Sofia Brit - 12 Apr 2012 // 08:37:05

Will no one at Novinite moderate this antisemitic bile?

#3
Sofia Brit - 12 Apr 2012 // 08:26:39

What's disgrafeful about cause and effect? The writer wrote the story because a man was killed by wild dogs in Sofia (supposedly an EU capital).

The wild dogs are an endemic problem which signifies a wider sickness in Bulgarian society - the writer was writing about it.

It is important.

#4
Sofia Brit - 31 Mar 2012 // 13:17:46

Ignore the lefties, who always want to ban everything without putting anything in its place (well, maybe apart from few useless, ugly,s bird-decapitating wind turbines in this case).

As in a lot of other countries, shale is Bulgaria's solution to clean, terror-free energy independence.

Read this article for the truth:

http://www.energytribune.com/articles.cfm/7206/Ten-Fracking-Things-Everyone-Should-Know

#5
Sofia Brit - 17 Mar 2012 // 21:28:36

... and we all know what 'progress' means to Socialists - hastening the spending of other people's money until there's nothing left - then protesting about it.

#6
Sofia Brit - 11 Mar 2012 // 11:23:28

Lefties always know what they 'don't want' but rarely if ever have any alternative arguments that stack up. They spread ignorance by propagating falsehoods.

Fracking is safe and clean when done properly. There. I've said it.

Properly regulated and controlled, it would bring the gifts of prosperity, jobs and terror-free energy independence to the world for decades to come.

The alternative? More dependence on an increasingly frightening and volatile Middle East - and more energy hyperinflationt.

#7
Sofia Brit - 20 Feb 2012 // 17:40:23

Maybe it would be even more popular if they returned it to its former glory as a church and not the conquest mosque it is now.

#8
Sofia Brit - 10 Feb 2012 // 15:51:29

What utter nonsense. Wilders is a democrat, not a fascist. He is entitled to his opinions (none of which are racist, although one or two of which I personally disagree with).

He is also the leader of a very popular party in the Netherlands, so he does represent a significant body of public opinion there.

He is also right about BG and RO. Neither of them fulfilled the 'aquis' (the joining criteria) and neither of them fulifil them to this day, five years later. Sometimes the truth is tough to hear.

The main 'benefits' Britain appears to be receiving from immigration from Bulgaria and Romania at present are gangs of Roma pickpockets and child thieves, abusing immigration loopholes and claiming to be setting up 'businesses', but claiming benefits instead.

How right of the Netherlands to want no part in this - and how ridiculous to call someone a fascist, just because you disagree with them.

#9
Sofia Brit - 26 Jan 2012 // 17:54:16

So the EU isn't 'progressive' and socialist enough already? Just another Leftie wanting to spend other people's money.

#10
Sofia Brit - 12 Jan 2012 // 10:28:31

Why bother with real structural investment, when it's so much easier to build another MafiaMall?

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