1. You keep revealing your complete ignorance of the fact that people in Serbia overwhelmingly drive diesel (or LPG) rather than petrol-powered cars
    (Make Serbia Great, 11 February 2020 11:09)

    no one here has the extra cash to enjoy the less noise that comes from a gasoline engine.
    (Make Serbia Great, 9 December 2019 19:57)

    The fake Serb MSG, if he wants to maintain his fantasy, should get his lies straight.
    In December our fake Serb explicitly claimed “no one” drove gasoline cars; two months later, and after much of my endless pleasurable mocking, the fake Serb MSG has changed his fairy tale from “no one” to an underwhelming number drive gasoline cars.
    Overwhelming drive diesel? Or should we ask: Overwhelming?!? So that you and your Albanian trolls may understand.

    For those interested in truth and facts about diesel versus petrol use in Serbia, please ignore the fake Serb MSG and his KLA terrorist trolls. There are updated statistics about refined petroleum production and use in Serbia on the NIS website. Given that most diesel fuel is used by trucks, buses and other utility vehicles; the remainder of diesel personal car consumption is similar in quantity to the gasoline produced and used in Serbia.
    (Zhukov, 18 February 2020 12:59)

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  2. I hope Mr.Andjelkovic is right. It would be an ideal outcome.
    (luke Buyenovich, 18 February 2020 11:35)

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  3. You keep revealing your complete ignorance of the fact that people in Serbia overwhelmingly drive diesel (or LPG) rather than petrol-powered cars
    (Make Serbia Great, 11 February 2020 11:09)

    no one here has the extra cash to enjoy the less noise that comes from a gasoline engine.
    (Make Serbia Great, 9 December 2019 19:57)

    The fake Serb MSG, if he wants to maintain his fantasy, should get his lies straight.
    In December our fake Serb explicitly claimed “no one” drove gasoline cars; two months later, and after much of my endless pleasurable mocking, the fake Serb MSG has changed his fairy tale from “no one” to an underwhelming number drive gasoline cars.
    Overwhelming drive diesel? Or should we ask: Overwhelming?!? So that you and your Albanian trolls may understand.

    For those interested in truth and facts about diesel versus petrol use in Serbia, please ignore the fake Serb MSG and his KLA terrorist trolls. There are updated statistics about refined petroleum production and use in Serbia on the NIS website. Given that most diesel fuel is used by trucks, buses and other utility vehicles; the remainder of diesel personal car consumption is similar in quantity to the gasoline produced and used in Serbia.
    (Zhukov, 18 February 2020 00:03)

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  4. You keep revealing your complete ignorance of the fact that people in Serbia overwhelmingly drive diesel (or LPG) rather than petrol-powered cars because 300 Euros a month isn't enough to afford the luxury of a petrol-powered car. Please keep going with this one. I love how you discredit yourself!
    (Make Serbia Great, 11 February 2020 11:09)



    The price of gasoline in Serbia is 1.21 EUR per liter which is 26% higher than the average world price of gasoline: 0.96 EUR.

    I love how you discredit yourself!! Maybe you should take a trip out of fantasyland.
    (Jugoslavija, 13 February 2020 21:04)

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  5. But why hedgehog? And why in Polish? Anyone remembers?
    (Jeż Amerykański, Atamański, Rosyjski i Stary, 11 February 2020 16:29)

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  6. You keep revealing your complete ignorance of the fact that people in Serbia overwhelmingly drive diesel (or LPG) rather than petrol-powered cars because 300 Euros a month isn't enough to afford the luxury of a petrol-powered car.
    (Make Serbia Great, 11 February 2020 11:09)

    True, but the problem of Zhukov (just in case he is the Rote and remembers what was written around the time the 100% tax was introduced) is with the Bosnian horses and lack of any vehicle.

    I guess, the rest what he says about KLA and terrorists or whom-not is just for tease. Pretty much, what that guy with all capital posts or Lenard or Tom or British does say here.
    (Jeż Amerykański, Południowo-Serbski, Nijemotoryczny i Nijelogiczny, 11 February 2020 16:25)

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  7. and no gasoline powered motor cars claims differently.
    (Zhukov, 10 February 2020 13:19)

    Yes... that was quite a weak point indeed.
    (Jeż Amerykański, Południowo-Serbski, Nijemotoryczny i Nijelogiczny, 11 February 2020 16:15)

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  8. Of course you do in your la la land. In the real world, people and organizations want to maintain their property rights. Farmers want their farmers, homeowners their homes, churchgoers their churches. Not surprising that the fake Serb, MSG, whose ownership is compromised of three fantasy farms and no gasoline powered motor cars claims differently. The Nazis, who MSG believes to be in the “right side of history”, also said Jews didn’t have rights to their synagogues. (Zhukov, 10 February 2020 13:19)

    Oh what jealousy does to a poor soul!

    You keep revealing your complete ignorance of the fact that people in Serbia overwhelmingly drive diesel (or LPG) rather than petrol-powered cars because 300 Euros a month isn't enough to afford the luxury of a petrol-powered car. Please keep going with this one. I love how you discredit yourself!
    (Make Serbia Great, 11 February 2020 11:09)

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  9. Make Serbia great,

    What if I am pagan? Does freedom of religion applies to me, too?
    (Sreten, 10 February 2020 06:51)

    Yes, it does.

    Each of my three paragraphs had a distinct idea. First, freedom of religion is primarily freedom to act as the children of God. It is not tied to specific places.

    The second paragraph should be compelling for persons who see the seriousness of the paganism. My assumption is that people have the best interest at heart, and might reconsider the pagan direction of Serbian Orthodoxy. And finally I raise a greater danger to Christian faith, and that is public school education. I think that is an interesting topic.

    But, of course, the state does not have the right to take what is not theirs. This raises another important question. Why did the government take land away from me when they declared a dry potok theirs? Such declaration divides my pasture into two separate spaces.
    (Make Serbia Great, 11 February 2020 07:01)

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  10. But if he grants freedom of religion, we have all that we want.
    (Make Serbia Great, 9 February 2020 14:39)

    Of course you do in your la la land. In the real world, people and organizations want to maintain their property rights. Farmers want their farmers, homeowners their homes, churchgoers their churches. Not surprising that the fake Serb, MSG, whose ownership is compromised of three fantasy farms and no gasoline powered motor cars claims differently. The Nazis, who MSG believes to be in the “right side of history”, also said Jews didn’t have rights to their synagogues.
    (Zhukov, 10 February 2020 13:19)

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  11. Make Serbia great,

    What if I am pagan? Does freedom of religion applies to me, too?
    (Sreten, 10 February 2020 06:51)

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  12. I am not a big fan of any authoritarian ruler. But if he grants freedom of religion, we have all that we want.

    If people are clinging to certain spaces or buildings -- even ones that they legally own, and shouldn't be taken from them -- those people might be religious, but of the pagan type.

    The greater danger to faith is public school education. Germany is more dangerous in this regard.
    (Make Serbia Great, 9 February 2020 14:39)

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