1. willi said, "... now those two looser countries want to work together.”
    (Willi Pfaff, 23 November 2014 12:25)

    You forgot the close ties with North Korea that Nicolic bragged about last week. So, it is actually three looser countries that want to work together. Really sounds like a nightmare in the making. [link]
    (observer, 24 November 2014 17:05)

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  2. willi said, "... now those two looser countries want to work together."

    The arrogant German bigot foaming at the mouth. Typical.
    (Gerhard, 24 November 2014 15:20)

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  3. Enlighten us 'Willi Pfaff' what country do you belong to? Your command of the English language is infantile. The only 'looser' evident here is yourself. It's always easier to snipe at less fortunate places, particularly if you have the good fortune not to live there. Those countries you mock are struggling to find a place for themselves in a difficult situation. They're not perfect, but at least they're trying to do what's best for their people. The EU is attempting to block South Stream because it's a Russian project.
    (PEN, 24 November 2014 12:17)

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  4. two loosers working together can't produce anything good. Hungry's government and policial system is one which shows the most nationalistic, right wing tendencies from all EU countries. It already left the democratic path which the rest of the EU has, and is openly advocating some kind of dictatorship. Freedom of press and human rights are ignored, and Hungry actually should be kicked out of the EU if it chooses to continue its current politics. It abandoned the democratic values of the EU, and now those two looser countries want to work together. Hungry's support will not help Serbia, quite contrary, it will have a detrimental effect.
    South Stream is dead, and will not be build. The EU will not get into an even higher dependancy on Russian gas after what happened this past year. Even Serbia youd realize that after Russia cut its gas supply recently.
    (Willi Pfaff, 23 November 2014 12:25)

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  5. It was hilarious to read that the European Parliament, voted in with an all time low of ~42% complaining about Hungary and Orban's government voted in with a 68% super majority as a threat to democracy.

    You simply couldn't make it up, but here in Brussels where we are now having national strikes every monday until Christmas, it is perfectly normal. The Eurotwats across the road from me really do live in a bubble!
    (EU Dude, 22 November 2014 15:01)

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