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#11
temujin - 10 Oct 2012 // 08:41:33

Keep on coming gyppers we got some nice potato farms for you to work on

#12
temujin - 9 Oct 2012 // 01:32:17

I smell that Turkish minister of culture behind this. Vejdi Rashidov. Turks go back to Turkey.

#13
temujin - 7 Oct 2012 // 16:40:11

Hahaha Tsetska Tsacheva banned Siderov's trip. PIty Bulgaria with such nationalists.

#14
temujin - 5 Oct 2012 // 01:05:21

There is such moratorium in Switzerland already, and in most of European Union countries de facto. I don't see why Bulgraia should be an exception to that especially that it is exposed to large Muslim non-secular country with active policy of dominating the region. Turkey uses it's minority to meddle into it's neighbors affairs otherwise they'd bring all their people back to their homeland where they can enjoy full freedom. But Turkey would rather have millions of uneducated poor Turks as minority in its neighboring countries.

#15
temujin - 22 Sep 2012 // 16:07:48

Did anyone ask the parents if they wanted to study Bulgarian at all? Most Bulgarians abroad would rather rid their Bulgarian heritage.

#16
temujin - 17 Sep 2012 // 23:47:55

Ucak,
Stalin was a Georgian, Lenin was a Tartar. There are even today a lot of influential Jews, Georgians and Tartars in the Russian political scene. The close relations between Jews and Orthodox Christians go a long way. After all isn't Christianity an offspring of Judaism?
On the other hand, anti-antisemitism among Turkic people (of which I consider Estonians part of) is well documented, do a Google research on that yourself.
There is no such hatred towards Jews and glorifying of SS nazi troops in the rest of Europe. Although Nazi apologetic groups are often being ignored or even supported by official EU institutions and governments of countries part of the EU.
The latter intensifying since that east-German Merkel managed to put her fat fingers on Europe's rudder. Person of such that needed a special permit to enter Europe 20 years ago. Might of stayed back in the Caucasus with her Estonian friends if you ask me.

#17
temujin - 15 Mar 2012 // 21:51:13

Bulgaria and Romania are the only Orthodox Christian countries in the EU. Romania is not really underrated but hostility towards Bulgaria is obvious. The country was and still is economically isolated, while it's resources exploited by a small bunch of British and Italian companies. Bulgarian intelligentia is forced to work out of the country until Bulgaria turns into a bunch of villages populated by senile pensioners and gyppers. Then it would be a matter of few papers signed for the country to finally be annexed by Turkey. This is something Germany, UK and Austria have set to do since the Berlin treaty and as their influence in the Balkans get stronger their plans become real. A Turkish dominated Balkans without any chance of Russian influence now and in the future.

In the same time Central European and Baltic Countries are being fed enormous amount of FDI, loans and credit lines http://www.money-go-round.eu/Year.aspx?year=2010

#18
temujin - 15 Mar 2012 // 02:09:03

LOL what a bunch of nutbags

#19
temujin - 14 Mar 2012 // 09:11:35

Jordy and Seedy and that Stealthy before are one and same type. My bet hes a Makadonian or Turkish dwelling in Bulgaria without a life. Same ilk with that Romanian kid Hercules et al.
Yanko you're retarded and sloppy and run your mouth needlessly. I can see how your grand father ended up on the rope (too late at that) if youre anything like him . Another thing is you don't know Bulgarian history obviously and why Russia don't give a rats ass about your country.

#20
temujin - 14 Mar 2012 // 09:00:34

but then who buys at H&M

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