i hope these protestors will be prosecuted and locked up. this is not peaceful protesting on the street, this is vandalism and aggression.
after their "fact finding missions" to paris and cuba, there's clearly not so much left in the kitty to pay for many protesters.
yes peter, and i've heard their "experts" are close to genetically engineering some flying pigs too.
the problem is george that the chinese have been over a number of times in different business areas, and each time they dip a toe, the government/mafia screw them, so the chinese don't want to trade here either.
fact is only russia want to trade with BG, as their government/mafia are far more experienced in extortion and "business pressure", and teach the BG amateurs a lesson every time.
in most countries, such is the levels of corruption, you'd expect 20-30% to end up in the wrong pockets. In Bulgaria i'd expect the figures to be the other way round.
sounds like a good idea - they should have this here, and then perhaps also remove the need for any future elections, and then maybe round up some ethnic minorities and send them to "labour camps"..... oh yes, that's right - it's been done before and it didn't pan out so well.
bend over and brace, you're selling your ass for gas!
it's a tough call in bulgaria - do we choose oligarski , mestan, bolen volen or stanishite?
between the lines: "the government are utterly corrupt c$%ts, and following the shafting of all renewable energy investors, it would be irresponsible to suggest anyone ever send 1 stotinki to this graveyard for reputable businesspeople".
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