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Commenting article: Gazprom Might Increase Capacity of South Stream Gas Pipeline by 50%

#16
DP - 4 Feb 2009 // 02:23:50

Stealthy might be a Turk from Germany. Plenty of guest workers there. Might even be born there...He hates BG only as a Balkan "friend" can hate us--old grievances.

#17
xNELLIEx - 4 Feb 2009 // 01:33:26

Kolega,

Stel-the-??? can only be Belgian, the biggest pr!cks in Europe. He is not a native English speaker, his English grammar is bad. When he writes in English he sounds like he is translating from German, but he is not German. Germans are a lot more civilized and courteous, not as arrogant. Taro comes to mind. Further, this old geezer has the nerve to call me a latex? Why, he is as old as me, if a year! Further, Belgians think that because the EU is there, they got God by the short hairs. Big WHOOOP! The EU is the second worst organization after the UN in NYC.

#18
xNELLIEx - 4 Feb 2009 // 01:27:22

Steal - the - ???

Whose sock puppet are you anyway? Dirk, the Belgian? You have to be a Belgian, only Belgians have such crappy attitude in general and to Bulgaria in particular. A Belgian pissing boy. Go eat your waffle and piss off.

#19
Stealthy - 4 Feb 2009 // 01:00:08

Kolega ,

talking to you I have been getting added eveidence that you are far away of the things you are talking about . Look at what you say ... Russia-Bulgarian deal , EU will want the South Stream and etc.

You cannot control the situation in your country , you cannot arrange any serious investment into the local economy , you are blocked to receive EU funds ... I do not say about people shot eight bullets dead every day in Sofia ... lol ... and you think the South Stream is what you can really accomplish ? Believe me , that pipeline you are going to place on your territory will not belong to Bulgaria ...

That is what Ukrainians were fighting for ... The West will always support pro-Western government of Ukraine because it does not want the Gazprom to be monopolist ... further more ... in case the things in Ukraine are changed (new president election in the end of this year) and that country becomes neutral or more close to Russia , the South Stream will be fukced up as you say and you will keep swallowing all the same you had before ...

It is all about politics only , no economy ... you may check the things about the North Stream , mutual Germany-Russian project , and found that Poles are pressed by Germans and cannot affect the situation at all ... The point is that Russia has a long term economic ties and good understanding with "old Europe" than "newcommers" ... and that is really a key problem when it comes to cooperation with Russia ...

#20
Kolegialen - 3 Feb 2009 // 23:00:28

* you will never be "a center of what you say" because Brussel will never allow itself to be dependent (energy , financially or whatever) on the most corrupt , the poorest and less controlled state like Bulgaria ... mark my words !

EU will want Southstream.
South Stream is a Russia-Bulgaria deal that will happen, especially after the Ukrainian fukc up lately.
Not just that but more EU countries are interested in it, considering what's happened lately.
I agree Nabucco is dead. Too long, running too close to too many Muslims.
Good.
Without Nabucco every one needs Southstream.
Southern Europe needs to get gas from somewhere.

You can harp on your hate for BG all you want, - hate is major Muslim motivation, we get it, but the facts are that things are moving in the right direction.

#21
Stealthy - 3 Feb 2009 // 21:25:18

Kolega ,

be assured that your Gypsy dreams like "being a center of something" will never become true ! By the way , Bulgarians like to compare themselves with the most ancient civilization , center of the world , something incredible and etc ...

To the point ...

* you will never be "a center of what you say" because Brussel will never allow itself to be dependent (energy , financially or whatever) on the most corrupt , the poorest and less controlled state like Bulgaria ... mark my words !
* so called the South Stream is a false project aming to proove Gazprom reputation of reliable supplier ... it cannot be fulfilled soon as far as the sea border and the offshore area between Russia and Ukraine are not still delimited ... no papers signed , no project !
* your favorite topic is the Muslim world and the attitude to Muslims , is not it ? Here we go ... what is the most radical Muslim state in the Central Asia ? Do you really think Iran favors NATO operations in neighboring Iraq and Afghanistan (where your soldiers are fighting like "lions" by the way ... lol) ? Comparing to radical Iran (one day Muslims will start blackmailing Europe ...) , Russia - Ukrainian gas dispute looks like misunderstanding between pupils ...
* To arrange the Nabucco project , EU will have to do as follows :
- to change the rule of Iran or to stop supporting Israel
- to provide relative safety in the Northern areas of Iraq what seems to be impossible in terms of Mr. Obama official announcement to withdraw US troops from that country within next five years
- to please Turkey and to create as more as favorable trade and political connections with this country ...

Financial costs were not included ...

Hence , start laying in firewood for the next winter !!!

#22
Kolegialen - 29 Jan 2009 // 19:22:18

That's funny.
Didn't the EU announce just two days a go that they will speed up the Nabucco Pipeline for the same reason?

Here's another one of those "good in the long run" crises.
BG will become an energy center, so thank you Ukraine and thank you US for misleading the Ukrainians into making asses of themselves...

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