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Commenting article: Bulgaria President: We Failed to Secure Energy Alternatives

The Bulgarian institutions reacted relatively quickly and adequately to the current gas crisis, the Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov stated Friday.

Parvanov is giving his annual lecture focused on the country's national security.
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#1
Buddy - 16 Jan 2009 // 11:04:46

Yeap man, you included. The failure is not only on the gas issue. YOu, your predecessors and all the governments faild to protect Bulgaria and the people of Bulgaria from Robbers which, unbated, sold out and continue to sell the wealth of the country and of its people!!!

#2
Kolegialen - 16 Jan 2009 // 18:57:53

Buddy, you are an idiot.

What wealth?
There was nothing in '89.
Whatever wealth in BG today was brought to the country by the politicians, form the EU.

#3
Buddy - 16 Jan 2009 // 19:24:09

Wach your mout, man! People like you obviously are coming from outerspace with an IQ of - 50 and that is to High for you- you blubbing aqua nuda!!! Obviously your vocabulary, is not richer of that of Bay Ganyo in the Train towards Budapest, 120 year. Even to Chicago and Back is to high for you to grasp it!Shut up! Go on the street to assamble the rubbish to have something for dinner and to get your gas from Russia, and your a... liked by the so called king,his family, servants,friends, so that the fagot in your soul could be satisfied! !

#4
xNELLIEx - 16 Jan 2009 // 19:53:22

kolega

"Whatever wealth in BG today was brought to the country by the politicians, form the EU."

I agree with that statement - the BG Socialist Party stole a lot of EU funds from the hard-working EU tax payers. But their ill-gotten gains have come to an end. They have killed the goose that was laying the golden eggs. Losers. Imbeciles. Idiots. I have no insults bad enough for Stanishev and his cronies.

#5
DP - 16 Jan 2009 // 19:58:00

Buddy,
With this post you really validated Kolegialen's point.

Did you ever live in Bulgaria during 1944-1989 period (government sponsored trips not counted)? This is a rhetorical question only: don't have to answer it just move straight to telling me about the german king, the nazis and my dismal IQ.

Try to show some originality...

#6
Kolegialen - 16 Jan 2009 // 20:08:34

"But their ill-gotten gains have come to an end."

Not really.
There much new wealth in BG.
Put it this way: you, with your little 401K is much worse off than thousands of people in BG. Money is coming, new businesses created. Not every one is fit to take advantage, so they go clash with the cops - big deal.

#7
xNELLIEx - 16 Jan 2009 // 20:17:39

kolega

"There much new wealth in BG."

Yeah, right...... 20% of the mutri own 80% of the wealth while 80% of the people live in dire poverty on 20% of the table scraps the mutri drop off the table. What a country! What an economy!

#8
Kolegialen - 16 Jan 2009 // 20:24:13

The same in The US Nellie, no difference.

Here's the thing:
I was hoping that with the financial meltdown and with the uncovering of all that corruption and theft in the US (btw BBC just announced that Medoff never even invested in anything - it was a lie from the beginning) people in the US will get a little humble, and stop "ranking" other countries constantly...

Modesty is not in their make up, however.
They will go down the drain screaming: "we are the best!".....

#9
xNELLIEx - 16 Jan 2009 // 20:41:18

kolega

"Modesty is not in their make up, however.
They will go down the drain screaming: "we are the best!"....."

Are you talking about Putin and the Russian brethren, or perhaps about yourself and all the gyppos and ex-commies in Bulgaria?

#10
Bill - 16 Jan 2009 // 20:43:30

Kolgialen:

"Modesty is not in their make up, however.
They will go down the drain screaming: "we are the best!"

A motto of the US Marine Corps comes to mind: "When you're the best, it's hard to be humble".

I still wonder why you stay in the US when you dislike it so, except that you're enjoying all the bennies of doing so.

I'm living in a foreign country, too, but I like it. There's a big difference.

#11
Kolegialen - 16 Jan 2009 // 20:58:59

Lol, yeah Nellie, you know it;)

The US time is up;)
They are nationalizing everything babe!

What Putin?

#12
Kolegialen - 16 Jan 2009 // 21:11:28

"I'm living in a foreign country, too, but I like it. There's a big difference."

Yeah Bill you are right there is a difference.
I mean you are a 80 year old lonely virgin, who lives off a government pension, probably in combination with some institutional handouts and spends his days feeding the pidgins, (when outside the hospital that is) - I couldn't survive on less than 300K, the way I see life..

I am looking though - you'd be the first to know, when I find a way out;)

#13
DP - 16 Jan 2009 // 21:24:40

" I couldn't survive on less than 300K, the way I see life.."

Speaking of Americans lacking in modesty...HAHAHAHA...

#14
xNELLIEx - 16 Jan 2009 // 21:42:03

kolega,

Bill is not an 80-year old, he is a 75-year young who is getting propositioned by women 20 years younger. Let me see if anyone will proposition you when you are 75. Hell, no one is propositioning you now, and you are still a youngish guy.

Good luck getting $300,000/year with your puny qualifications. You are lucky if you get $80,000.

Oh, and $300,000 after tax is only $200,000 and that in the most expensive city in the US with the highest property taxes and with a family to support is not much. Your under water mortgage is probably $30,000/year or more.

#15
Kolegialen - 16 Jan 2009 // 22:07:10

"Oh, and $300,000 after tax is only $200,000 and that in the most expensive city in the US with the highest property taxes and with a family to support is not much."

Of course it's not much.
I am fukced.
Most of my friends in BG are much better off, and that hurts, who am I kidding?
I am looking for a way out, as I said.

DP,
I appreciate your sense of humor, but I think that kind of money is nothing. Nellie is right.

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