Greece s irresponsible neighbors and ...

Greece s irresponsible neighbors and how Greek policies benefitted Bulgaria and FYROM

There are 11 comments on the American Chronicle story from Jun 19, 2010, titled Greece s irresponsible neighbors and how Greek policies benefitted Bulgaria and FYROM. In it, American Chronicle reports that:

Or: Why you should not be biting the hand that feeds you , Athens insisted that it could not be called Makedonija or Macedonia, and thus Skopje consented to be admitted to the United Nations with the name of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - a rather awkward name for a country , because it was only a temporary one- which the Skopians have ...

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Truth hurts

Athens, Greece

#1 Jun 19, 2010
What an article!!!
YOu should read it Fyromians!!!
Papandreou

Scarborough, Canada

#2 Jun 19, 2010
Truth hurts wrote:
What an article!!!
YOu should read it Fyromians!!!
They should call their country Skopia with city Skopje
and language and nationality Skopian and they can get
fast track into Nato and EU and the rewards and benefits
it brings,you get instant debt load to save Greece and
who knows who else going forward.

Nat provides protection in case Russia attacks balkans?
Mithridates

Thessaloníki, Greece

#3 Jun 19, 2010
Papandreou wrote:
<quoted text>
They should call their country Skopia with city Skopje
and language and nationality Skopian and they can get
fast track into Nato and EU and the rewards and benefits
it brings,you get instant debt load to save Greece and
who knows who else going forward.
Nat provides protection in case Russia attacks balkans?
Russia is only interested on Vodka.
Vodka for breakfast, vodka for dinner, vodka for every problem.
They can't find their door to return home, so an attack from Russia is just a joke; They love peace, vodka and rasPutin, won't attack anyone.
Truth hurts

Athens, Greece

#4 Jun 20, 2010
Mithridates wrote:
<quoted text>
Russia is only interested on Vodka.
Vodka for breakfast, vodka for dinner, vodka for every problem.
They can't find their door to return home, so an attack from Russia is just a joke; They love peace, vodka and rasPutin, won't attack anyone.
They might attack to someone but this is surely not Greece!
They love and admire Greece. Only Turks must fear this "bear from the north"
hic Rhodus

Athens, Greece

#6 Jun 20, 2010
Excellent article !
enas

Schaumburg, IL

#7 Jun 23, 2010
Biting the hand that feeds you was never a good policy and spitting on the face of the only ones that can help your economy get beyond third world survival in the middle of Europe, is senseless. What will it take to wake them up, is a very good question indeed!
enas

Schaumburg, IL

#8 Jun 23, 2010
"As for aspiring Ottoman protectorates like Bosnia, FYROM or Kosovo whose governing elites include the same drug running Mafiosi and KLA mujahedin, are only going to survive doing what they have done well up to now: becoming the illicit drug and women and illicit guns trafick routes for the rest of Europe. If you add to this the self inflicting damage that the anti-Greek bravado of the Skopje governments have engaged in, in their lunatic efforts to be accepted by the rest of the world as “Macedonians” then the situation becomes desperate."
enas

Schaumburg, IL

#9 Jun 23, 2010
"Biting the hand that feeds you was never a good policy and spitting on the face of the only ones that can help your economy get beyond third world survival in the middle of Europe, is senseless. What will it take to wake them up, is a very good question indeed!"
enas

Schaumburg, IL

#10 Jun 23, 2010
"The most outrageously amazing thing about Skopje’s campaign of history falsification is that it gone so far as to find respected CATO institute scholars some of whom contribute to this respected newspaper who somehow mixed up their history so much who think that Philip and Alexander the Great were “actually born in modern-day Bulgaria”!...What!? How stupid will I sound if I say that Julius Caesar was actually born in Algeria and that the Algerians are the true descendants of the ancient Romans today, and that the modern Algerian Arabic is the language of the ancient Latins? No further comment of the Bulgarian-born Alexander the Great..."
enas

Schaumburg, IL

#11 Jun 23, 2010
This article by Miltiades Elia Bolaris is a reply to Washington Times'article: "RAHN: The irresponsible neighbor"
and it was originally posted as a comment to the article on the readers' reply section of the Washington Times:

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/jun/...

Mr. Rahm's article is also hosted at the CATO Institute's website:
http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php...

Our reply has also been posted as an independent article in the American Chronicle:
http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/vie...
enas

Schaumburg, IL

#12 Jun 23, 2010

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