Croatia could become regional energy hub - senior U.S. official

Full story: Reuters 25
Croatia can play a vital role in ensuring regional energy security by diversifying supply options for European countries and allowing them to reduce their dependence on Russian gas, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland said. Full Story
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Dr Milan Sufflay

Adelaide, Australia

#2 Aug 7, 2014
Ante wrote:
Croatia can play a vital role in ensuring regional energy security by diversifying supply options for European countries and allowing them to reduce their dependence on Russian gas, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland said.
Why ? so we can be dictated to by the Anglo-Celtic/Protestant West instead. At least the Russians follow an independent foreign policy that is not dictated by Western Imperialist interests
Adi

Craiova, Romania

#3 Aug 7, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>Why ? so we can be dictated to by the Anglo-Celtic/Protestant West instead. At least the Russians follow an independent foreign policy that is not dictated by Western Imperialist interests
that s not a good idea, Milan. Croatia should improve her strategy, regarding her energy system.
Croatia could really be a a big electricity producer and independent from this point of view.
Why begging for gaz ??? and pay it with what?
Make wind mills and export, jobs and money. Of course that there are all kind of interests around, but Croatia should fallow her interests too and these are not russians and not even close to...
Dr Milan Sufflay

Brisbane, Australia

#4 Aug 7, 2014
Adi wrote:
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that s not a good idea, Milan. Croatia should improve her strategy, regarding her energy system.
Croatia could really be a a big electricity producer and independent from this point of view.
Why begging for gaz ??? and pay it with what?
Make wind mills and export, jobs and money. Of course that there are all kind of interests around, but Croatia should fallow her interests too and these are not russians and not even close to...
Anything connected with the Americans is not a good idea
PARAGA

Sydney, Australia

#5 Aug 8, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>Anything connected with the Americans is not a good idea
Anything connected to russia and serbia is a very bad idea.

Down with dirty communists and long live Western freedoms
Peter_Griffin

Sydney, Australia

#6 Aug 10, 2014
The only reason the Greater Croatian Empire can achieve such a feat is from the royalties generated by Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley's music catalogue.

The Greater Croatian Empire attempted to seize the Beatles music catalogue. They went so far as to assassinate Paul McCartney. The Serbian liberation Movement managed to acquire the Beatles music catalogue by planting a Serbian spy as a double for Paul McCartney.
Dr Milan Sufflay

Australia

#7 Aug 10, 2014
PARAGA wrote:
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Anything connected to russia and serbia is a very bad idea.
Down with dirty communists and long live Western freedoms
so ' down with dirty communists & long live Western freedoms ie; Gay parades, tattooing, body piercings, lack of modesty in women & men's choice of clothing, lack of core traditional & cultural values etc.

Sounds like you want little confused Croatia to turn into San Francisco, U.S.A., the hippest capital of the world
PARAGA

Lakemba, Australia

#8 Aug 10, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>so ' down with dirty communists & long live Western freedoms ie; Gay parades, tattooing, body piercings, lack of modesty in women & men's choice of clothing, lack of core traditional & cultural values etc.
Sounds like you want little confused Croatia to turn into San Francisco, U.S.A., the hippest capital of the world
What are you doing in Australia ape?
Why dont you go to north korea where you belong ya dirty ape.
sava

Melbourne, Australia

#9 Aug 17, 2014
feed me enough beans.....and my arse can become a regional energy hub.
Adi

Craiova, Romania

#10 Aug 18, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>so ' down with dirty communists & long live Western freedoms ie; Gay parades, tattooing, body piercings, lack of modesty in women & men's choice of clothing, lack of core traditional & cultural values etc.
Sounds like you want little confused Croatia to turn into San Francisco, U.S.A., the hippest capital of the world
Sorry, but you sound like a taliban and i think your mentality is like that. I dont like many things on this planet, but preffer the freedom.
And...”lack of modesty in women”...?! wtf is that, ahaha! Iran?! Allah ekber, bre.

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#11 Aug 18, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quote.d text>so ' down with dirty communists & long live Western freedoms ie; Gay parades, tattooing, body piercings, lack of modesty in women & men's choice of clothing, lack of core traditional & cultural values etc.
Sounds like you want little confused Croatia to turn into San Francisco, U.S.A., the hippest capital of the world
You sound like Pol Pot and the Taliban combined. What values do the Russians have? Kicking the crap out of peaceful protesters, violating human rights, corruption, arming terrorists to cause chaos in a sovereign state including shooting down a civilian airliner with 300 people on board? What do you want women to wear to 'protect their modesty', burka's?
Dr Milan Sufflay

Adelaide, Australia

#12 Aug 18, 2014
Jooosh04 wrote:
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You sound like Pol Pot and the Taliban combined. What values do the Russians have? Kicking the crap out of peaceful protesters, violating human rights, corruption, arming terrorists to cause chaos in a sovereign state including shooting down a civilian airliner with 300 people on board? What do you want women to wear to 'protect their modesty', burka's?
You & Adi comparing notes ?!

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#13 Aug 18, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>You & Adi comparing notes ?!
No, just seem to be on the same page on certain matters. You and Boko Haram been comparing notes?:))
Dr Milan Sufflay

Australia

#14 Aug 18, 2014
Jooosh04 wrote:
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No, just seem to be on the same page on certain matters. You and Boko Haram been comparing notes?:))
Joosh brother you are forgetting that my political leanings are Left wing not Islamist. I am all for womens civic rights but excluding the right to public lewdness

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#15 Aug 18, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>Joosh brother you are forgetting that my political leanings are Left wing not Islamist. I am all for womens civic rights but excluding the right to public lewdness
Right, you "support" women's rights, yet still feel the need to dictate what women can and can't wear based on what you judge to be public standards. Typical socialist double standard. You may not be an Islamist, but your views on women, homosexuals, tattoos and body piercings are certainly in line with their narrow-minded views.
Adi

Craiova, Romania

#16 Aug 18, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>Joosh brother you are forgetting that my political leanings are Left wing not Islamist. I am all for womens civic rights but excluding the right to public lewdness
Man, I am a man, but all my life i saw on streets and everywhere so many stinky, stupid and indecent men! And pretty rare women like that! Not even the prostitutes dont look so indecent (clothes, behavior, smell, language, respect for the opposite gender etc) like thousands and thousands of men...And what does the socialism to do with decency? LOL
Christianism, YES, but socialism?! The socialism and atheism did what it did, all you criticise in your comment is a socialist gift, actually an extreme..etc blbla.
Dont be so rigid and at least try to see and judge the human nature, responsable for everything..Cant you see that no matter this humanity is chosing is ruined by the man ..himself,not really by a doctrine or another.
And you see...after Jesus, everybody tried to imitate Him, but..all we got was just KITSCH.
Adi

Craiova, Romania

#17 Aug 18, 2014
sorry, i mean what does the socialism have to do ...
Adi

Craiova, Romania

#18 Aug 18, 2014
Well, many errors in my texts, but i like to use my broken english :))
Saw..i've seen...
Dr Milan Sufflay

Adelaide, Australia

#19 Aug 19, 2014
Jooosh04 wrote:
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Right, you "support" women's rights, yet still feel the need to dictate what women can and can't wear based on what you judge to be public standards. Typical socialist double standard. You may not be an Islamist, but your views on women, homosexuals, tattoos and body piercings are certainly in line with their narrow-minded views.
My views of public moral decency extends to the way men also dress & conduct themselves. I strongly believe that Government should be in a position as complete Guardians of the state, ordinary people shouldn't be left to their own devices. I believe that the Croatian Ministry of Interior should also include a Moral Police division similar in lines to the religious police of Iran & Saudi Arabia

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#20 Aug 19, 2014
Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
<quoted text>My views of public moral decency extends to the way men also dress & conduct themselves. I strongly believe that Government should be in a position as complete Guardians of the state, ordinary people shouldn't be left to their own devices. I believe that the Croatian Ministry of Interior should also include a Moral Police division similar in lines to the religious police of Iran & Saudi Arabia
Huh, why doesn't this shock me? You're being ambiguous as to what is your standards of moral decency men and women should adhere to. Wow, a Leviathan state? Hobbes would be proud. Hey, why stop there? Why not build North Korean-style Gulags, control the media, make women wear burqa's, not let women out of the house without a man's permission and kill intellectuals to stop any opposition? People that feel the need to control over people (especially misogynists) are often insecure about themselves, something to think about.....
Adi

Craiova, Romania

#21 Aug 19, 2014
Jooosh04 wrote:
<quoted text>
Huh, why doesn't this shock me? You're being ambiguous as to what is your standards of moral decency men and women should adhere to. Wow, a Leviathan state? Hobbes would be proud. Hey, why stop there? Why not build North Korean-style Gulags, control the media, make women wear burqa's, not let women out of the house without a man's permission and kill intellectuals to stop any opposition? People that feel the need to control over people (especially misogynists) are often insecure about themselves, something to think about.....
Milan doesnt know, but he would be happy in N Korea. I hope he will understand and move to...

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