flamming_python wrote:Intrigado wrote:mack8 wrote:Yes, i am romanian.
Is that so? Check quiz: Care sunt cele mai cunoscute versuri din "Doina" lui Eminescu?
Now, if you are a spineless servile coward, which is very likely, considering that only a spineless bloody coward would perpetrate a smear campaign against a nation, do have a bit of decency and do not present your own shortcomings as being common to the Romanian people. You have no right to slander my people so, next time you feel the need to vent out some frustrations, do find a more dignified manner to do so. Is that understood or should I use simpler words?
As for the Republic of Moldova, do let them choose for themselves the organization they want to join. Free choice, is that such a foreign concept to you?
P.S. Sukhoi akhbar...yeah right "falling backwards with laughter" No, meri de-aici....
He's basically just said the same as what you said in one of your other posts, that Romania is not a sovereign nation or at least not a completely sovereign nation and no-one there is going to reject the US/EU/IMF/etc... and their conditions, troop movements, orders for reforms, etc... the country is ruled by Basescu, he has the EU's interests at mind and sometimes makes some noise about Moldova/Hungary/whatever, and of course playing up the Russian threat in order to deflect just how much little voice Romania actually has in Western structures and the poor state of its economy despite having been part of the EU for a decade.
Romania would be better served by someone like Orban, it goes w/o saying that Romania won't go far without the EU and Western money, investment, but at least - it can distance itself as far as much politically and reap some of the benefits from China and Russia, while at the same time not cutting its links with the EU and NATO. If Romania mends links with Russia than that will help solve the Transdniestrian issue, and from there - it might be possible to jointly develop Moldova or whatever on the basis of mutual-trust and soveriegnty, avoiding Russian paranoia about NATO/EU trying to expand into Moldova.
Quite true. But it's one thing to speak about the poor state in which Romania has been brought by a corrupted, imbecile and traitorous political class and another thing altogether to blame the entire people for that. I'm not going to allow that to anyone. As for EU and US, I must say they worked wonders in curing the Romanian people of Russophobia and would deserve to be awarded for that. The crushing hypocrisy displayed by the EU and US when we tried to oust that bloody wrinklebag who calls himself the President of Romania, only that, instead of grabbing pitchforks as the "peaceful" protesters of Kiev did, we went to vote, has aroused an immense amount of anger against both EU and US. It's simmering just below the surface and one day it's going to explode in their faces. I can't wait for that to happen.
Viktor Orban is playing a dangerous game. He's not subtle enough to do that successfully, in my opinion, and I think Hungary might get off worse for wear due to his playing with fire. Unfortunately, we were about to start mending our relations with Russia when all this mess happened. The PM was preparing to visit Russia this year and genuinely start a real dialogue, once we got clear that the West would like to have our resources and our doctors but our Gypsies are much less likeable. This mess caught us mid-step. Now all kind of idiots started again the old mantra: Bessarabia, northern Bukovina, the gold treasury, 1812, 1940, communism, Russian imperialism...Everything went sideways and the absolute most miserable outcome of this is that the US has exponentially increased the pressure they had put on our politicians. People are outraged to see every kind of US envoy - Nuland and others coming here and ordering about the Parliament and the Government. Not even when Romania was occupied by the Red Army were such things happening. No one dares to do anything simply because the US got control over the judiciary and anyone who's not pro-American enough is labeled as "corrupted oligarch" and eventually sent to jail. If anyone attempts to limit the prosecutors' powers, both Bruxelles and Washington start to scream blue murder. They're doing this to us whereas the Ukrainian Parliament amended on the spot the Penal Code only to free Timoshenko, a convicted criminal!
I'm telling you, Russia would never be able to be as hypocritical and twisted as those ones!