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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethmi View Post
    I wonder if all these hit-and-run users are all the same person hoping to express his views without an actual discussion.
    I'm guessing their spambots trying to hit as many forums as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPSartre12 View Post
    I'm guessing their spambots trying to hit as many forums as possible.
    We're getting a new hit-and-run account every day now.
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    Otherwise soon, use the US locution, our old and kind Europe will take a bath…

    Just think of it! Due to recent statement of European Commission Greece falsified statistical budgetary data over a distance of several years (!), holding back the truly disastrous state of own economy. But if such EU old-timer as Greece dares to doctor its financial books all the time in order to raise credits from our European banks, I can imagine what happens now in such EU newcomers (and countries of less economic development!) as Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia or Baltic States! To what end, in heaven’s name, we have admitted these freeloaders to the membership of the EU, I wonder! It seems to me that it is about time to get everything under strict control in our common European House. Otherwise soon, use the US locution, our old and kind Europe will take a bath…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burn View Post
    Just think of it! Due to recent statement of European Commission Greece falsified statistical budgetary data over a distance of several years (!), holding back the truly disastrous state of own economy. But if such EU old-timer as Greece dares to doctor its financial books all the time in order to raise credits from our European banks, I can imagine what happens now in such EU newcomers (and countries of less economic development!) as Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia or Baltic States! To what end, in heaven’s name, we have admitted these freeloaders to the membership of the EU, I wonder! It seems to me that it is about time to get everything under strict control in our common European House. Otherwise soon, use the US locution, our old and kind Europe will take a bath…
    Now, if we assume that "several" in this instance means 3, then Greece has falsified information over a distance of ~18Quintillion miles (three light years). IMO, anything done from that distance is no business of mine.

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    It is necessary to support relations as with Eastern Europe as with USA too. But we need to lead our own position.
    Belarussia makes its own problems and solves them by it self.

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    There seems to be a little distance between posts here.
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    A capitalist EU just can't work. And that's why a capitalist EU isn't working! What we need is a socialist EU! We need a socialist EU where the workers are making the decisions instead of the bankers. We need a socialist EU with a planned economy.

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