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  1. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    The blue texts are links. Whose fault is it you don't click on them?
  2. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Her key qualifications are grafting and rigging bids for tender, and I did mention those repeatedly.
  3. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    I didn't mention her weight, hair color, height or color of the eyes either.
  4. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Which might have some unpleasant consequences once she is imprisoned. A 20 years term might be equivalent to a life sentence at her age. Recently a corrupt judge got 23 years.

    So, your point is...
  5. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    And she isn't one?
  6. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    We're about to finish modernizing two British-made frigates, which would contribute to increased security in the Black Sea.

    I know everything is under control. Those who see Russia steamrolling...
  7. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    The only requirement is for the president to be born citizen. The only other legal requirement is to call a minority by its official name (in English that would be to use Jew instead of say, Kike or...
  8. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Else he would have discovered I am a Turkish hater and in the same time an Arab lover since I mention twice Mr. Raed Arafat as an example of how a honest and competent person got a top leadership...
  9. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    And how would you know that?
  10. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    She is a Muslim Turk. And a grafter.
  11. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Use a better pair of glasses then. Links are rendered in blue. Look for the blue part, click on it and use Google translate.

    It certainly does, if we consider grafter to be a race.
  12. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    I am saying it is incomplete.

    I have already sourced what is missing. What is missing are the reasons why she was promoted. Whose fault is it you do not want to read about it?
  13. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Out of curiosity, do you know what you have sourced?

    The official, government-approved CV of the lady, published by the government-run press agency. We are talking about a government which has...
  14. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    We can, however, do a little bit more research on a issue before starting to throw bricks.

    If research is difficult, because the content is in an unfamiliar language, we can nevertheless use...
  15. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    So let me get it straight from you: me and all the media accuse her of corruption because of her ethnic origin, not because of what she actually did?


    She is Muslim, not Gagauz (for those who do...
  16. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Ferrent54 knows little if anything about the issue. Less info => less bytes => less letters => less sentences.
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments, Thread 3

    1993 was a quarrel among thieves about who should have the right to rob the country blind. The apparatchiks and siloviki around Yeltsin won, the other apparatchiks and siloviki lost.
  18. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    The truly interesting thing is that her past is truly irrelevant for the task for which she was preferred to other equally rotten candidates.

    And frankly, except for the prosecutors, nobody would...
  19. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    The CV says she was insignificant for decades, before being suddenly promoted to a position where she was in charge of spending millions of EU money.

    What the CV doesn't say is who promoted her...
  20. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Huh?! Where did I downplay her CV? Your link says exactly the same thing: after being low on the totem pole for 14 years, she was put in charge of the county's EU projects.

    What that CV doesn't...
  21. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Her resume states she was a county IT manager from 1993 to 2007, which means she was extremely low on the totem pole in that county's management structure. Out of the blue, after 14 years of making...
  22. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Only Allah knows. Chances are she is as qualified as anybody else who was considered for the job. In general job qualifications do not matter when appointing members of the cabinet.

    What matters...
  23. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    -double_
  24. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    A full blooded Romanian with a Cuman grand-grandfather, a Hungarian grand-grandmother and a Serbian or Byzantine (Greek) grandmother :)

    And he was also holding the Turks in high regard. Usually...
  25. Re: Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    Nope, they are not: 32k Turks and Tatars out of 20 millions. Nor are the Germans, for that matter (60k).

    That's why the decision to appoint her to such an important cabinet position serves no...
  26. Ricochet politics, Romanian style - after electing a German president, a Turkish lady gets a key cabinet position in Bucharest

    While the Hungarian Prime Minister talks about restoring the borders of the Hungarian kingdom, the Romanians are quietly pursuing their own geopolitical strategy.

    The Hungarian Prime Minister's...
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    Re: If at even odds! ACW

    The OP asks "what if the South would have been as industrialized as the North" to which the reply is "but it wasn't, and nobody prevented it from industrializing".

    Which begs the question why...
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    Re: Viktor Orban trolling the EU again.

    They would have to wait in line, behind the Romanians. We, the Romanians, are the only ones who kept the original name since 106 AD.

    So we would be the ones to recover Italy, France, Spain,...
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    Re: If at even odds! ACW

    Only a quick and decisive victory early on, followed by CSA's recognition by Britain and France might have saved the CSA.

    The thing is it is hard to define what a quick and decisive victory would...
  30. Re: What if a diminished Western Roman Empire continued into the Late Middle Ages too?

    After deposing Romulus Augustulus, Odoacer was forced to recognize Julius Nepos as emperor, even though he never allowed him to rule over Italy and the Gaulish provinces.

    So if somehow Julius...
  31. Re: Why is there a huge rise of Afrocentrism in history?

    I have no idea who "we" is, but Europe is a better place because the foreign powers intervened and didn't allow the differences to be sorted out like in the good old days.

    Not only sorting out...
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    Re: Saudis looking for new executioners

    How do they plan to select the right man for the job?
  33. Re: Why is there a huge rise of Afrocentrism in history?

    Because that way of sorting out differences worked great say in former Yugoslavia...
  34. Re: Strangness of early Byzantium tax system

    Yes, you are absolutely right, the pronoia was the emperors' attempt to counter the influence of the dynatoi.

    The things might have eventually work, but other screwups happened in the same time
  35. Re: Why is there a huge rise of Afrocentrism in history?

    Actually it is more of a case of ignoring written history and archaeological findings than of re-writing anything.

    On those threads I have posted links to English language Hungarian "academic"...
  36. Re: Discussion on Greek political and financial issues

    I think there is a big difference between "Cut the spending" (what the Troika asked) and "Cut the spending in ways that would cripple the economy" (what the former Greek government did).

    As I have...
  37. Re: Why is there a huge rise of Afrocentrism in history?

    I think the exponent of the "Dacians were the ancestors of everybody important in Europe" theory has one single supporter, who shall remain nameless :)

    By far the largest number of pages in the...
  38. Re: Discussion on Greek political and financial issues

    Greece would have needed the bailout anyway, because the Greek government wasn't collecting enough taxes to pay back the money (or to balance the budget).
  39. Re: Strangness of early Byzantium tax system

    The pronoia system was also based on the idea that all the land was owned by the emperor and "rented" to the citizens. The thing is due to the historical path which led there, the Eastern Roman...
  40. Re: Why is there a huge rise of Afrocentrism in history?

    The Afrocentric, Macedonian and Hungarian-Romanian disputes are distinct both in intent and means employed.

    The Afrocentric issue is based on pure fantasy.

    The Macedonian issue is based on...
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