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    International financial and economy crisis the leaders of country...

    In time when the world worried about international financial and economy crisis the leaders of country (USA) which is a guilty of it are continuing to talk profusely about importance of democracy spreading in the world and ask their European allies to continue their support of territorial integrity and the AMERICAN TYPE ROTTEN DEMOCRACY in f*cking Georgia! Oh, I think that USA as a empire have had its day! I now think that Europe need to keep it own way rather than follow the way of American aggression if we don’t need to repeat the way of country which budgeted deficit is $1 trillion! And financial instability guides to full collapse of national currency! Look, it’s clear that our position for solving such crisis situation must differ from martial US’ dictates. And Sarkozy is right that Europe need to set the pattern by keeping the peace as it had been shown by France president in Georgia. Moreover we need to show Russia that we need not only energy delivering but common future with Russia too. And we should be supportive of Sarkozy’s idea to develop not only partnership relations but construct common free market zone with Russia too!

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    Disorders in Europe are connected with oil prices going up!

    Hey! I think that should be making little wonder that the few previous weeks’ trend of rising oil prices (though slowly but still rising) does not suit the USA. This being so, it is useless to argue that oil price drop is generally a result of lack of stability in the world. One can therefore contend Washington to be interested in global instability and oil prices staying low. Do you catch the idea? Perhaps now you understand who exactly is standing behind all those recent disorders in Europe. For instance, campus unrest in Greece that turned the country in hell! Yep, US secret services know very well how to trigger civil unrest and frame up various provocations. So, for example a failed attempt of a terror act in a French store Printemps Haussmann (where five explosive bombs were disclosed) and powder mailings to US embassies in Germany and Romany were also deliberately organized by US secret services to cause general destabilization to make oil prices drop.

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    The pound touched an all-time low against the euro!

    Damn it! Sterling has hit record lows against the euro for six trading days in a row last week! At one point it was one pound for two euros – now it is one for one! Pound plummets and this tendency still remains! That’s a shame! A shame for the Tony Blair’s team and his successor Gordon Brown whose government has been vulgarly dubbed ‘Loser Government’!

    When once it was clear that pound would be weakening versus the euro (I’m sure even Blair as PM could grasp that!) they should have stopped talking large to adopt the euro as currency making Britain a Eurozone country! We have slatterned the opportunity, so what we should be doing now, huh?

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    Easy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Arch3r View Post
    Damn it! Sterling has hit record lows against the euro for six trading days in a row last week! At one point it was one pound for two euros – now it is one for one! Pound plummets and this tendency still remains! That’s a shame! A shame for the Tony Blair’s team and his successor Gordon Brown whose government has been vulgarly dubbed ‘Loser Government’!

    When once it was clear that pound would be weakening versus the euro (I’m sure even Blair as PM could grasp that!) they should have stopped talking large to adopt the euro as currency making Britain a Eurozone country! We have slatterned the opportunity, so what we should be doing now, huh?
    Get rid of the bloody Pound and join the rest of Europe. Let's face it, the Euro is the currency of the future, and a united Europe could use the political clout of GB to keep Russia under control.

    The US will have it's hands full dealing with the economy and find a way out of this mess created by greedy managers and left wing liberals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron View Post
    The US will have it's hands full dealing with the economy and find a way out of this mess created by greedy managers and left wing liberals.
    Of all the folks in the USA who might just be "left wing liberals", greedy managers are perhaps the least likely.

    Don't ever forget that it was the Son-of-a-Bush who turned the USA into a socialist country.

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    If so, thank the current President for your share, and thank him also for skipping town and leaving your, my, and everyone else's grandkids to pay the bill when it comes due.

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    EU leaders rejected pleas of poorer members for financial aid

    EU leaders rejected pleas of poorer members for financial aid - just what needed to be done!

    I say these freeloading Eastern European countries should discern in what world they happen to live! Did they really think Old Europe would be bear-leading them for ever? To let them prosper at our expense? Well, yeah, rapid growth of economy was seen in those countries after they joined the European Union. But at what expense? They were only able to make headway thanks to the financial aid of Old Europe! As soon as a financial crisis broke out they began to wail and put the lug on us! Hell, no! It is not only you who was affected by the crisis! Now every man for himself! Go ahead and solve your problems on your own! And don’t your try to threaten us with another “iron curtain” or seceding EU! You think you could “scare a hedgehop with a naked arse”, huh? That’s ridiculous! You wanna quit? Good riddance! One trouble less! Just don’t you forget to return what you have taken from us! But wait, I’ve forgot you’ve got nothing. You ragamuffin!

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    Yeah! give Eastern Europe back to the New Soviet Union (Greater Russia?) except for East Germany.

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    try to save what is not lost and withdraw your money!

    In addition to this I need to say that article 84 obliged National Bank of Ukraine to buy domestic bonds at the value price for three days to come.
    Men who know understand what this means – Ukraine is just about to find itself in default!
    Well, of course the situation in Ukraine simply could not develop in any other way. Every country with a puppet regime under control of the USA has submarginal economic conditions. Here are a few examples – Georgia, Iraq, Afghanistan. Every of these states has a pro-American government and economy on the down-grade. But unlike these states, Ukraine IS almost in default, that is why I need to warn you against making any investments in Ukraine. In case you have already made some investments just take my advice – try to save what is not lost and withdraw your money!

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    Let’s forgive Lukashenko? Hell, why not?

    Let’s forgive Lukashenko? Hell, why not?
    That must be for the thousandth time that I assume myself that nowadays every politician should be able to tune to the changing circumstances, even though it may mean a U-turn in the attitude to some questions. Here’s a particular case of Belarus. It was just a year or so ago that all European politicians accused regime of Lukashenko of being undemocratic, named him “the last Europe’s dictator” and oppressor of the Belarusian opposition. But as soon as there were plans for construction of part of Nabucco in Belarus, we all smoothly put all Lukashenko’s wrong-doings out of mind. Now we offer Belarus cooperation with the EU as part of Eastern Partnership project. Surely, now we need Lukashenko, we beam to him and wheedle. We say, OK, he is an oppressor but he will give us gas! For gas we will forgive him just everything! But what will we achieve in the end? When Lukashenko feels the impunity he would just wipe up Belarusian opposition right away! Who’s going to be blamed for that? For sure that got to be EU. Or it would be just Sweden that has been working most of all for integration of Belarus into the EU. Sweden has made that stir for rest of Europe to sort it out!

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    Europeans, I hope you will hear me.

    Europeans, I hope you will hear me. Less than in a month in Ukraine will be presidential elections. We wait they will change everything here. We do not want Timoshenko or Yushchenko win elections and we hope that you, europeans, must be interested in it too. Two years in a row you were left without warmth and were cut off from gas because Yushchenko and Timoshenko created an artificial “gas crisis”. I hope you had enough of it and you learned this lesson. We also got tired of these two cruds, they brought Ukraine alomost to collapse! We can hardly wait for 17 of January to give vote for a new president. And you can be sure this will be not Timoshenko and not Yushchenko!

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    Artificial gas crisis? We had one of those.
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    Ukraine’s 2010 budget is hang-up!

    Europeans, you must help my country hold presidential elections as legitimately, transparently and democratically as possible! And also as quickly as possible. Many of us are already predicting defeat of Yushchenko and Timoshenko in election but we also know very well that these two will virtually stand by guns. In case of defeat they will surely bring crowds of people to Maidan like four years ago and make another “orange revolution”. Of course this will draw out the elections to a great length – up to half a year! The very problem is that Ukraine’s 2010 budget can be adopted only after presidential election. Thanks to Yushchenko and Timoshenko my country will have to be without official budget for half a year! Our economics is already in a sorry plight, you know. This will ruin it! And we can also get a new IMF loan only after the 2010 budget is adopted. This looks like hopeless.

    So, let’s sum it up. We need you to help us hold presidential elections maximally transparently and as quickly as possible. And also not let Timoshenko and Yushchenko manipulate with voting results and make the hell of it.

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    The new election campaign in Ukraine is the absurdist theatre just!

    The new election campaign in Ukraine is the absurdist theatre just! The irrelative rivals (Yuschenko and Yanukovich) co-operated to fight poor Timoshenko. Several years of political work crushed ‘orange’ coalition and Yuschenko and Timoshenko became enemies. And not long ago they bore a banner of democracy in concert. Imo this split in the ‘orange’ is due to the fact that Yuschenko is supported by USA while Timoshenko is by Europe! I’ve never thought that democracy differs so much in USA and EU!
    IMHO this is fight for interests between USA and EU, you don’t care about Ukraine. That’s why you are pushing your own democracy into Ukraine for getting full control over us!

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    More problems from Eastern Europe

    Damn it, Eastern Europe is always so troublesome! First it was Ukraine that cut off Russian gas transit and we were freezing out for a few weeks, now it is Belarus that is about to do just the same thing – in any of these days president of Belarus Lukashenko might cut off Russian oil supplies to Europe. All that because Lukashenko got too greedy and headstrong to accept new transit terms that Moscow offered to Minsk. You got to be more appeasable, Mr Lukashenko if you don’t want to have problems with Europe! Or we will shortly displace you! Yes, we can! And you know what? The EU should have done it long ago. It’s much better to have an insider instead of Lukashenko n Belarus. Remember, he is a tyrant and he is also soooo unreliable. Now he may be siding with us. Next moment he may go against us, you see?

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    I wonder if all these hit-and-run users are all the same person hoping to express his views without an actual discussion.
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