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#21
temujin - 3 Mar 2012 // 00:35:27

Three reasons why Bulgaria should not be let in the Schengen from the top of my head:

1. Bulgaria is full of dirt that needs cleaning and Bulgarian mentality needs to thoroughly change and I can't see any other mechanism left to put pressure on Bulgaria to do this except for the Schengen requirements. Do not let Bulgaria anywhere until the Bulgarian people start voting their own politicians and not allow to be ruled by medieval thugs. Thats not xenophobic that is being objective.

2. Bulgaria should solve its Turkish minority issue ASAP. It may soon be the case that Turks do not have any political mechanism for action in Bulgaria and that can only lead to internal instability. Zhivkov's idea can be recycled in a way that Turks leaving Bulgaria will get full financial cover unlike what happened during the 80s.

3. Build more jails and fill them up!

Well thats it, good night y'all :-)

#22
temujin - 7 Feb 2012 // 23:23:56

If Clinton would said in Belgrade that Serbia is an example to Bosnia and Kosovo she'd get her retarded arse kicked so hard all the way back to where she came from. Something Bulgarians have yet to earn - balls!

#23
temujin - 7 Feb 2012 // 23:16:13

Hercules the Turk. Sopharma is being pushed off the European market since Novartis saw it as potential economic threat. I can imagine what happened -- the Bulgarians rejected some perverse Swiss f4ggotry of a proposition and the latter show off their mighty connections in the EU administration this way.
Sickening!

#24
temujin - 7 Feb 2012 // 23:12:24

Sopharma is simply without competition not only in Bulgaria but the region. Not a single company from Bulgaria contributed so much in pharmaceutical research and devel like Sopharma did. I'd dare and put it next to Soviet and the East German pharmaceutical complex. Thankfully it wasn't plundered by the criminal horde infesting Bulgaria since '90.

#25
temujin - 4 Feb 2012 // 07:32:50

Wartime treatment of Jews by Bulgarians was as it is now. Nothing changed.
Jews in Bulgaria were never segregated from the rest of sociiety - since King Asen's times that is., unless by personal choice. At least I can't google anything that would make me doubt it really was otherwise.
Now it is about time to start a series of trials and procedures about the treatment of Bulgarians and Bulgarian culture in Greece up until the end of 80s and beginning of 90s.

#26
temujin - 31 Jan 2012 // 00:53:04

HEY HEY lets make things straight!!
GERMANS FROM GERMANY KILLED JEWS IN GREECE and everywhere not BULGARIANS. GERMANS DID IT with the help of their bestial brethren from Pomerania, Prussia, Bosnia, Bohemia, Galicia, Croatia, Turkey etc. because their rotten Catholic faith taught them to do that.

Greeks are now trying to put some blame on Bulgaria as usual and probably pick few points so that theyd be able to lend some more monies from Israel and the US.

Well but all Bulgarian Jews are still here and involved in the current government and political life obviously that is not the case with Greece isnt that right. Another thing historically Bulgarians have quite bit in common with Caucasian Jews. Just look at medieval Bulgarian rulers and the names they had.

#27
temujin - 29 Jan 2012 // 17:16:27

Viking, Salzburg was part of Bavaria back then. Othon tis Ellada von Salzburg correct?

#28
temujin - 28 Jan 2012 // 17:09:11

Dino, the Greek state is founded by a German man born in Bavaria.

#29
temujin - 28 Jan 2012 // 17:06:55

Then Greeks get new pair titties to suck on.

#30
temujin - 28 Jan 2012 // 10:20:00

Sofianits totally true. I suppose there is legal mechanism (presidents order?) to start the judiciary restructurement process first federal court judges then by oblast, along with review of the work done by current ones

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