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    SFR Yugoslavia discussion

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    Post  GarryB Tue Jun 29, 2021 5:57 am

    Even if you are being sarcastic, I need to point out that Stalin never controlled Tito.

    Not so much sarcastic, just being unclear.

    What I meant to say is that Stalin and the Soviets were no more responsible for Yugoslavia than the west was, in fact what has been posted here makes it sound like Yugoslavia was Bosnia experiment number one...

    1) Just as with Jihadi takeover of old white whore europe it's the same with China: by the time we get on the menu everyone else will already be finished

    But Europe is where the fattest lambs and delicacies are... the rest of the world are poor and actually the Chinese model is not imperial, and seems rather more palatable for us the underlings than anything any european country ever offered in the past.

    2) How is the paperwork for emigrating out of New Zealand coming up? It should have been finished ages ago, why are you still there?

    I am glad you asked actually because now that I have converted to Islam and my 6 new Albanian wives are just about 14 years old so ready to start popping babies... a little old but I am old fashioned... I need a local to sign papers to say I will have a job when I get there.... I will need a nice big house of course... I expect to have at least 40 children... depending on how my first 6 wives go in terms of cooking and cleaning... Was thinking maybe I could move in next to you maybe... do you have netflix?

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    Post  TMA1 Tue Jun 29, 2021 7:21 am

    papadragon you often make great posts but in this case garry brought the bantz. No more fighting guys.

    Btw is khrushchev in that pic packing an old single action army replica? Pretty badass.
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    Post  flamming_python Tue Jun 29, 2021 8:24 am

    kvs wrote:It was not modeled on the USSR.    Yugoslavia had a mixed economy with actual small businesses.   The USSR never had such.   Yugoslavia
    never underwent forced collectivization so a large fraction of its farmers remained small business operators.  

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_the_Socialist_Federal_Republic_of_Yugoslavia

    Tito's Yugoslavia was routinely lumped in the west with the Warsaw Pact.   That was moronic BS.




    I meant in terms of the federalism/national republic model of governance, although the Kingdom of Yugoslavia was already going that way before WW2.
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    Post  Mir Tue Jun 29, 2021 9:39 am

    TMA1 wrote:papadragon you often make great posts but in this case garry brought the bantz. No more fighting guys.

    Btw is khrushchev in that pic packing an old single action army replica? Pretty badass.

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    Post  ALAMO Tue Jun 29, 2021 11:24 am

    kvs wrote:The USSR never had such.  

    It had.
    It was called NEP, New Economic Policy, and implemented in 1921 with the directive of Xth Assembly.
    Lasted till 1929, but in general, it saved the Soviet Union.
    Overall, it allowed private entities to operate in agriculture and services. Functionally whole of the industry was organized with trust principles and decentralized by about 60%. Trusts decided by themselves what they are to produce, and were granted for emission of bonds to finance themselves, and responded to the local authorities only.
    By the end of 1923, almost all the trusts were a subject of bigger syndicates, who were more or less democratically ruled by their own "soviets".
    A cooperative used to be a standard form of acting with agriculture.
    NEP opened SU for foreign capital, again.
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    Post  GarryB Tue Jun 29, 2021 2:13 pm

    Before I leave you all yet again to wank each other in this septic tank of a tread

    I split the topic so you could discuss... you seemed to be so keen to discuss it, but now it is not off topic not so much...

    Is it the man with the gun standing next to you that told you to bring up BS to derail the thread about the UK Navy being dicks in the Russian Navy thread telling you you can stop now?

    Interesting bringing up the Soviet Unions failings when talking about the British being dicks at sea like the Americans are so good at being... wonder what triggered that.

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    Post  TMA1 Wed Jun 30, 2021 12:47 am

    Mir wrote:
    TMA1 wrote:papadragon you often make great posts but in this case garry brought the bantz. No more fighting guys.

    Btw is khrushchev in that pic packing an old single action army replica? Pretty badass.

    Brezhnev Smile

    Yeah, I knew that. Just testing you guys....

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