1. Hating Croatians or Albanians doesn't make you a real Serb.
    (Make Serbia Great, 8 December 2019 19:42)

    True, the problem is that the strongest emotions are displayed towards certain posters here who fail to prove being Croatian or Albanian. As for the later, uttering two words in Albanian does not make someone Albanian. In last good 15 years I did not observe more "Albaniannes" than this. As for Croatians - there was no more, than few citings from different holly books (and in English).

    Than we have the Ustashe and UÇK. You would expect strong emotions towards these imbeciles.

    On the other side we have constant supply of trolls writing hair-raising things about Serbs or Russians. Just read that idiot Robert Hansen or whatever name he faked.
    The "Serbian" side is fairly constant and who is there are consistent with their views, do I agree with these or not.

    The other side is total opportunistic, spineless and changing. One is consistent: not a single sign of real Albanian or Croatian. But it's fun to tease them being "Ramushaj Ustashevic". It's a pathetic zoo.

    Heck, that "Ramushaj Ustashevic" very well could be our old time "friend" with his blog or what-not.

    Good night!
    (Ataman, 9 December 2019 22:57)

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  2. On March 3, on the way to Skopje I filled my tank with Euro diesel. I paid 60 denar per liter, so 0.975 Euros per liter.

    On August 25, I filled my tank with Euro diesel on the outskirts of Osijek. I paid 9.657 kuna per liter, so 1.3 Euros per liter.

    Just last week, I filled my tank with Euro diesel near the beltway in Sofia. I paid 2.29 leva per liter, so 1.17 Euros per liter.

    For a typical point of comparison, last month I filled my tank at NIS Petrol in the town of Leskovac and paid 167.9 rsd per liter, so 1.43 Euros per liter.

    That makes my "rural" Serbian fuel bill 10% higher than the one along the motorway in Croatia; 22% higher than the one near the Bulgarian beltway around Sofia; and 47% higher than the North Macedonian one along the "autoput" to Skopje. Those are diesel prices because that is the only fuel that is genuinely relevant when comparing prices because almost no one here has the extra cash to enjoy the less noise that comes from a gasoline engine.

    Any questions?

    If you wish to keep arguing, you will just give us more fuel (no pun intended) for showing your true colors. Because, for ultra-nationalists, truth is not relevant.
    (Make Serbia Great, 9 December 2019 19:57)

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  3. To make Serbia great
    1 serbs living abroad are not the "foreigners" when in Serbia or b92
    2.When Serbs live abroad their love for the country of birth do not ceise. In fact you love more, do more. Fight better.
    (British, 9 December 2019 13:54)

    You're really desperate for an argument....
    (Make Serbia Great, 9 December 2019 19:49)

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  4. Make Serbia Great...... seems you went to the wrong fuel station. And as a result you then go on to say that fuel prices are much higher in Serbia than anywhere in the Balkans. What is your point anyway?? The price of fuel is the same for all. The difference at the pumps is down to local taxes, which the government collects. And..???
    For me to buy fuel on the M1 would be expensive. But then to say how much more expensive it is in the UK than in other western European countries is childish, simplistic and misleading.
    As for hating Croats & Albanians, that is not true either. I understand why Serbs have a loathing for Croatia. Didnt that state murder up to 1 million (mostly Serbs in WW2)? And Croatia still not admitting this crime. And in '95 that same country expelled up to 300k Serbs? And nothing?
    As for Albanians, well they are doing their best to steal a chunk of Serbia. At the same time they have expelled 100s of thousands of non Albanians. Is that ok with you?
    Can you not see why Serbs dont like Croatia and Albanians?
    Good God man, get in the real world.
    (View from the uk, 9 December 2019 17:10)

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  5. To make Serbia great
    1 serbs living abroad are not the "foreigners" when in Serbia or b92
    2.When Serbs live abroad their love for the country of birth do not ceise. In fact you love more, do more. Fight better.
    (British, 9 December 2019 13:54)

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  6. This thread is becoming a dreaded shame for view, sj, Zhukov, chi, Watcher, and all the other foreigners who have a fake love for Serbia and for our people. Hating Croatians or Albanians doesn't make you a real Serb.
    (Make Serbia Great, 8 December 2019 19:42)

    The rebuttals from the person behind the MSG moniker are now completely delusional. A quaternary analysis reveals even more obvious facts.
    Fact:
    19. Fuel prices have nothing to do with a B92 commentator’s love or hate of anything.
    20. The only person in this thread who associated fuel price with anything other than taxes or the commodity market price, was the person behind the moniker MSG.
    21. The shame of MSG is directly related to fact 20.
    22. I love exposing the self contradictions of MSG, as much as I love exposing their other monikers who have three fantasy farms, fantasy beanstalks, and fantasy farm workers who don’t know how to prune vegetation.
    23. Thank you yet again for your shaming yourself and your honest display of additional deficiencies.
    (Zhukov, 9 December 2019 13:01)

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  7. (Zhukov, 5 December 2019 05:48)

    The only thing you proved is that there is an active internet connection at the troll farm where you are employed.
    (Make Serbia Great, 5 December 2019 17:53)

    Yet another extremely peculiar rebuttal from the person behind the MSG moniker now provides for a tertiary analysis of more fundamental facts.
    Fact:
    14. MSG does not realize that all B92 commentators have “an active internet connection”.
    15. MSG is obsessed with fantasy farms; be it a trio of fantasy farms with fantasy farm workers who do not know how to prune vegetation, to elf or troll farms in imaginary (Santa’s?) workshop.
    16. Perhaps if MSG gets help (or medication) to leave his “fantasy farms” and joins the real world, he may learn Fact 14 that all B92 commentators must have internet connections to post comments on B92.
    17. Everyone with an internet connection can verify fuel prices and verify facts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 posted in this comment stream.
    18. Thank you yet again for your honest display of additional deficiencies.
    (Zhukov, 8 December 2019 22:29)

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  8. "Make Serbia Great......you just gave yourself away....... you wrote denar.....I believe its dinar. For someone who is Serbian to not know how to spell the local currency is a bit of a giveaway."

    I paid 60 denar per liter in Skopje. In case you don't know, Skopje is in Macedonia not Serbia. In Macedonia, they pay in denars not dinars.

    "On another point, if you but fuel on a motorway service station here in Britain diesel is approx £1.48 per liter and unleaded at approx £1.43. Yes, thats a lot higher than in any city, town or village. Not only that, if you but a pack of cigarettes at a motorway service station it will cost you approx £12. Anywhere else its approx £9.50.
    Do you get the point...??? Any questions........?? ...LOL....
    (View from the uk, 5 December 2019 16:38)

    The Serbian price I quoted was in Leskovac, at a local service station. All the others were at or near highways and thus should be higher. But they all turned out to be considerably lower than the price I paid at a local station in south Serbia. All the more evidence to support my original point.

    This thread is becoming a dreaded shame for view, sj, Zhukov, chi, Watcher, and all the other foreigners who have a fake love for Serbia and for our people. Hating Croatians or Albanians doesn't make you a real Serb.
    (Make Serbia Great, 8 December 2019 19:42)

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  9. For a typical point of comparison, last month I filled my tank at NIS Petrol in Leskovac and paid 167.9 rsd per liter, so 1.43 Euros per liter.

    That makes my Serbian fuel bill 10% higher than the Croatian one; 22% higher than the Bulgarian one; and 47% higher than the North Macedonian one.
    Any questions?
    (Make Serbia Great, 5 December 2019 12:38)

    But "Juzna Serbia" / "JS" (as it is obviously you, with your three farms) - last time you were proud you do not have a car. Instead, you talked about horses.

    Please don't tell me, you are not "JS" because the style of you and JS matches 100%.

    This is OK, but with the car you should settle on either having it or not.

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    That aside, I think, your statistics is quite close to the truth. One more thing. The gasoline is that expensive not because the raw material is expensive. It is because of the extra tax on it.

    And here I think that the current prices in Serbia (Croatia, Bosnia, Hungary, you name them) has absolutely nothing to do with what people earn. Here you are 1000% correct.

    Keep in mind, the prices for it in Russia and Belarus are about at the level in Texas and the prices in poverty-struck Ukraine is about at the level of California.

    At the same time the salaries not only in Texas, but even in Russia (sorry, I mean St. Pete and Moscow) have pretty much nothing to do with the salaries on Balkan, Hungary included.
    (Ataman, 6 December 2019 15:59)

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  10. the price of gas (octane 95) per reputable web sites such as globalpetrolprices.com quotes the following Dec 2nd, 2019 prices
    (Zhukov, 5 December 2019 05:48)

    On March 3, on the way to Skopje....
    Just last week (Dec 2019?) I filled my tank ...
    (Make Serbia Great, 5 December 2019 12:38)

    Additional and even more fundamental facts emerge from a secondary analysis of your very peculiar rebuttal:
    Fact:
    7. You do not live in Serbia and did not attend Serbian school, or perhaps any school.
    8. Not only do lack basic math skills, but elementary concepts of economics that include seasonal, yearly, and chronological dependency of commodity price is beyond your grasp.
    9. The “neighboring country” nowhere near Serbia, where you do live, has not taught you that market prices change with time
    10. You can not compare prices in 1972 with prices in 2019; similarly, when you are looking at a few cent differences in fuel you can not compare March prices with December prices.
    11. Fuel prices are influenced by seasonal demand.
    12. For those “who live abroad... or anywhere” and read the B92 comments: the person behind the moniker “Make Serbia Great” posts illogical rebuttals without any basis in fact or reality.
    13. Thank you again for your honest display of additional deficiencies.
    (Zhukov, 6 December 2019 03:27)

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  11. (Zhukov, 5 December 2019 05:48)

    The only thing you proved is that there is an active internet connection at the troll farm where you are employed.
    (Make Serbia Great, 5 December 2019 17:53)

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  12. To:make Serbia great
    The President of rep Serbia is doing just that.
    MAKING SERBIA GREAT.
    (British, 5 December 2019 17:08)

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  13. Make Serbia Great......you just gave yourself away....... you wrote denar.....I believe its dinar. For someone who is Serbian to not know how to spell the local currency is a bit of a giveaway.
    On another point, if you but fuel on a motorway service station here in Britain diesel is approx £1.48 per liter and unleaded at approx £1.43. Yes, thats a lot higher than in any city, town or village. Not only that, if you but a pack of cigarettes at a motorway service station it will cost you approx £12. Anywhere else its approx £9.50.
    Do you get the point...???
    Any questions........?? ...LOL....
    (View from the uk, 5 December 2019 16:38)

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  14. For those who live abroad and don't realize, we pay at least 20% more than neighboring countries for fuel
    (Make Serbia Great, 4 December 2019 22:16)

    Unclear as to who you refer to when you use the term “we”.
    Most notably, the price of gas (octane 95) per reputable web sites such as globalpetrolprices.com quotes the following Dec 2nd, 2019 prices per liter (in Euros),
    Belgrade: 1.27
    Zagreb: 1.25
    Podgorica : 1.31
    Sarajevo: 1.21
    Lubljana: 1.30
    Skopje: 1.11

    Some fundamental facts emerge from a primary analysis
    Fact:
    1. You do not live in Serbia.
    2. You live in some “neighboring country” nowhere near Serbia ( and perhaps you even have three fantasy farms with fantasy bean stalks and fantasy farm workers who don’t know how to prune vegetation).
    3. You lack basic math skills and can’t comprehend that 1.27 is in fact LESS than 1.31 or LESS than 1.30.
    4. For those “who live abroad”, or even for those “who live anywhere” and read the B92 comments: the person behind the moniker “Make Serbia Great” posts illogical gibberish without any basis in fact or reality.
    5. Thank you for the honest display of these deficiencies.
    6. Rather than worrying about making foreign countries “great”, perhaps you may wish to enroll in a grade 1 or grade 2 math class, so that you may understand elementary math.
    (Zhukov, 5 December 2019 05:48)

    @ Zhukov - LOL Ziva Istina!
    (Watcherovic, 5 December 2019 13:25)

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  15. A gas pipeline would be great. Especially if we get the same favorable rates as we pay at the gas pump!

    (For those who live abroad and don't realize, we pay at least 20% more than neighboring countries for fuel.)
    (Make Serbia Great, 4 December 2019 22:16

    Thank heavens your not a Serb. I would be so embarrassed if you were. Your level of stupidity is mind boggling.
    (sj, 5 December 2019 13:12)

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  16. View, chi, & Zhukov,

    On March 3, on the way to Skopje I filled my tank with Euro diesel. I paid 60 denar per liter, so 0.975 Euros per liter.

    On August 25, I filled my tank with Euro diesel on the outskirts of Osijek. I paid 9.657 kuna per liter, so 1.3 Euros per liter.

    Just last week, I filled my tank with Euro diesel near the beltway in Sofia. I paid 2.29 leva per liter, so 1.17 Euros per liter.

    For a typical point of comparison, last month I filled my tank at NIS Petrol in Leskovac and paid 167.9 rsd per liter, so 1.43 Euros per liter.

    That makes my Serbian fuel bill 10% higher than the Croatian one; 22% higher than the Bulgarian one; and 47% higher than the North Macedonian one.
    Any questions?
    (Make Serbia Great, 5 December 2019 12:38)

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  17. For those who live abroad and don't realize, we pay at least 20% more than neighboring countries for fuel
    (Make Serbia Great, 4 December 2019 22:16)

    Unclear as to who you refer to when you use the term “we”.
    Most notably, the price of gas (octane 95) per reputable web sites such as globalpetrolprices.com quotes the following Dec 2nd, 2019 prices per liter (in Euros),
    Belgrade: 1.27
    Zagreb: 1.25
    Podgorica : 1.31
    Sarajevo: 1.21
    Lubljana: 1.30
    Skopje: 1.11

    Some fundamental facts emerge from a primary analysis
    Fact:
    1. You do not live in Serbia.
    2. You live in some “neighboring country” nowhere near Serbia ( and perhaps you even have three fantasy farms with fantasy bean stalks and fantasy farm workers who don’t know how to prune vegetation).
    3. You lack basic math skills and can’t comprehend that 1.27 is in fact LESS than 1.31 or LESS than 1.30.
    4. For those “who live abroad”, or even for those “who live anywhere” and read the B92 comments: the person behind the moniker “Make Serbia Great” posts illogical gibberish without any basis in fact or reality.
    5. Thank you for the honest display of these deficiencies.
    6. Rather than worrying about making foreign countries “great”, perhaps you may wish to enroll in a grade 1 or grade 2 math class, so that you may understand elementary math.
    (Zhukov, 5 December 2019 05:48)

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  18. Mr. Vucic,
    There is nothing to be optimistic about Kosovo, you lost it long ago. Wake up and smell the coffee. The Serbian people need decent paying jobs in order to feed our families. Please stop wasting time and get us into the EU. If Serbia had had competent leadership since Tito, it would have been in the EU and flourishing by now.
    (Drasko, 5 December 2019 03:12)

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  19. Serbian Imposter (MSGA),

    You Albanians love to cut off your nose to spite your face. There's a big difference between natural gas (Russian Stream) versus the fuel you Albos put in your Fiats. Please start spending some of that money you'll save on education and birth control.... the world will be better for it!
    (Chi, 5 December 2019 01:56)

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  20. Make Serbia Great.....here you go again.......shouting your mouth off.
    Do you know how much Serbia pays for Russian gas??? Is it at all possible that the Serbian government imposes a tax on the fuel? A bit like the tax on petrol and diesel. Here in the UK petrol prices are at £1.25 per liter. Of that our government imposes almost 60% tax. So in fact the government takes approx 70 pence in tax for every litre sold.
    Before you bad mouth Russia know your facts and figures. Know what you are talking about.
    (View from the uk, 5 December 2019 00:28)

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  21. A gas pipeline would be great. Especially if we get the same favorable rates as we pay at the gas pump!

    (For those who live abroad and don't realize, we pay at least 20% more than neighboring countries for fuel.)
    (Make Serbia Great, 4 December 2019 22:16)

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