Pepperoni, if you were not the idiot you are then you would have seen that the votes from outside Bulgaria are not counted by the Austrians...
Only results from the Bulgarian stations are counted by them.
Yes, and then you read the comments :
" squishycommander 3 weeks ago
I'll answer your questions...
Yes, it did. Yes, it did.
This is natural gas, not oil.
They have not yet destroyed our land, business here is booming, the population grew for the? first time in years, and we are making money. The pros vastly outweigh the cons.
"I'm worried about the environment of tomorrow"
Still throwing your garbage in the woods?
Or dumping your household water direct in nature?
And I can go on quite some time...
There is absolutely nothing wrong with fracking, chemicals you will start talk about are forbidden in the EU.
At the same time cheap gas can produce cheap electricity and heating. Less need of charcoal, nuclear and whatever. Big pollution causes according to people like you. And then you can actually improve environment and have cheaper energy prices at the same time and you are against it...
But yeah, you probably know better.
I give you 10 euro to produce me some tomatoes.
And then I give 100 euro to the Greeks to produce the same amount... Which ones will be the cheapest (even after transport)
It really is not that difficult.
And that the Turkish and Israeli get big favors from EU is no surprise is it.
For example tobacco, the ban it in the EU while Turkey subsidizes it very much and all tobacco is imported.
That is the way markets get out of the free market.
The ones not subsidizing disappear and become reliant form the others.
After that, many times from those countries there come 'investments', they buy the land and start producing. New farmers take over the old ones but all reliant and in power of EU.
That is the story of Eastern Europe and the EU. Germany is one of the biggest criminals in this. Do you really think Lidl and Kaufland are very profitable? But they will once the others have closed their doors.
Saying Bulgarians need to do it theirselves is true. But that is not possible in the EU! If they do not kiss the hands of their almighty rulers they can forget every business and money flows to other countries from where they can export it to here for a much cheaper price then producing it here. Does not matter what your leva is worth.
The EU is a very criminal organization, Bulgaria has only lost by joining them but they would even loose more if they did not join them because they would simply be destroyed.
But when there is a devaluation, now, when Bulgaria is relying on cheap imports to survive ... Bulgaria would die immediately.
Sofianits, you really are an idiot.
The EU destroyed agriculture, not the high leva.
And they were already doing that before Bulgaria joined the EU.
Effectively it seems.
Then when BG joined they got a fraction of subsidizations that for example Greece got. Even today the Greeks get more although that should be on his last legs and should be equalized the next years.
For the rest, a piece of land for farming is many many times cheaper in Bulgaria, labour costs and other many times lower.
I don't know if you ever go out of Sofia but the last 2-3 years with subsidizations going up you see brand new tractors everywhere. Amount of land being used increasing and prices going up.
A devaluation for the leva would be a bigger disaster then in the end nineties!!!
Cannot be true, sounds much to communist.
Probably Commieshev and the Witch behind this!
Sofianits, you don't really understand much about economy, investments and banks do you?
So... Why talk about it. Does not even make someone laugh with such stupid cowshit.
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