"...not a pu**y...
...I am just oiling...
...it makes me feel much better and secure...
...in the nuts, yeah!"
"...I was confused..."
"BULERICAN...Don't be too harsh. ...better be careful."
What organization are you two part of?
DrFist, you argued along these lines in your first post already (yawn).
I need to correct you again here. BULERICAN is supposed to be written in all CAPS, I think you should apologize to him.
What does this disease do? Is it dangerous?
Don't get so upset. You know I was just acting dickishly to make you upset right?
What kind of person would go around pointing out grammatical errors?
That is a very good piece of information.
You'll agree that I don't have to use the term the Japanese use. "Harakiri" is a proper word in Japanese and other languages and it has a clear definition.
Most Americans seem to use harakiri (or even hari-kari if they have no clue what they're saying).
Nobody has a problem with using the word tsar instead of Cesar.
"The demonstrators demand freedom for all foreigners who have not been convicted of a crime; providing adequate shelter for all who have requested refugee status; alleviating the immigration procedure; closing the Busmantsi facility, and free movement of people."
Most of the world's population has not been convicted of a crime. Does that mean they will have freedom of movement in Bulgaria? What if they request refugee status? Do they get adequate shelter? What about people in Bulgaria that don't have adequate shelter?
This action is very concerning.
What does freedom mean? When is it ok for a foreigner to reside in a country without having documentation, a visa or at least something. Obviously the idea of an illegal person is silly. There are however people that do not respect the law or people that are not part of the social contract.
Children are not allowed alcohol, citizens can't trespass on each other's property or on military bases. People are not allowed to drive without a license. And foreigners are not allowed to own property or travel freely in the country without adhering to the country's laws and regulations concerning them.
This is an idea behind a border or a sovereign country.
I understand those people are treated inhumanely, but this doesn't mean they should get citizenship just because they are here. Change the system, get rid of the brutality, but realize there are enough unemployed people in Bulgaria wanting free stuff.
We don't need another ethnic divide.
I share your free market feelings and I totally agree with your advice for people, but there is a little problem here.
The fuel market in BG is not a free market. It is heavily taxed and heavily cartelized.
There are also multiple ways that the government+industry combined curtail the ability of consumers to do anything about it.
So it is really an issue of what people should be protesting.
I am sure they are not protesting what they should be, just a mindless "we don't like the prices, do something about it.".
Unfortunately the psyche of the nation is to wait like a hungry dog for the masters to throw it some scraps and when they fail to bite them.
Oops. "world governmental organizations."
It might seem it lacks empathy. But there are two sides to this, the immediate gain and the hidden costs.
People should think about when was the last time they gave money/help to someone in need. There are organizations in Bulgaria that deal mostly using their own resources and try to help people in need. Create/join any of these organizations if you want to help, stop relying on the jokers in the parliament.
Is it empathetic to borrow and enslave the children to pay for the old people that had it good back in the day? I say no to state welfare on the grounds that the money is not going to those in need. No empathy for the ruling class whatsoever.
All a politician needs to do is buy off the people in need by using the taxes collected from the above sources. No thoughts for the future, no vision for the country, just a simple program for the peasants and a sellout to the world governmental organization.
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