Macedonia Press Review - May 04, 2012

May 4, 2012 Full story: BalkanInsight.com

DNEVNIK In an interview for the daily, Macedonian Police Minister Gordana Jankulovska talks about the police operation to discover the perpetrators of the grisly murder of five in Skopje on April 12.

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Macedonia Forever

Wollongong, Australia

#1 May 5, 2012
All these SHIPTARI are not human..... They're all dirty, stinking, ugly, terrorist MAGGOTS.

greeks however are albanion... Why haven't greeks erected a statue of their first president in athens? Was it because he was albanion???
Biatch

Richmond Hill, Canada

#2 May 5, 2012
Listen Goran, why don't you go back to Ethiopia... isn't that where your from.

You FakeAdonians make me laugh, you feed each other bulshit constantly and continue brainwash your younger fools to be just as pathetic as you.

Btw, it's your kind that are maggots, basically a cesspool for disease.

Ignorance Is No Longer An Option... Goran.
Macedonia Forever wrote:
All these SHIPTARI are not human..... They're all dirty, stinking, ugly, terrorist MAGGOTS.
greeks however are albanion... Why haven't greeks erected a statue of their first president in athens? Was it because he was albanion???
Plague

Sydney, Australia

#3 May 6, 2012
Biatch wrote:
Listen Goran, why don't you go back to Ethiopia... isn't that where your from.
You FakeAdonians make me laugh, you feed each other bulshit constantly and continue brainwash your younger fools to be just as pathetic as you.
Btw, it's your kind that are maggots, basically a cesspool for disease.
Ignorance Is No Longer An Option... Goran.
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HAHAHAHA ALbanian president... dumbass greeks!!!
He must have had a big fat FEKALAKI !

"Fakelaki or fakellaki is the phonetic transliteration of the Greek word &#934;&#945;&#954; &#949;&#955;&#940; &#954;&#953;. It means "little envelope" but is also used in Greek popular culture as a jargon term referring to the bribery of public servants and private companies by Greek citizens in order to "expedite" service.[1] According to this practice, sums of money are stuffed in the files and passed across the desk to secure appointments, documents approval and permits."

you must be desperate to repay those big loans ha!!
Rehea

Brisbane, Australia

#4 May 8, 2012
I'm from Laconia and I have asked the old folk that new some arvanitika are you guys originally Albanians I can tell you now that if they were not in there nineties they would of probably slit my throat
These are their words they said the Arvanites were Greek they were always Greek they learnt arvanitika during all the battles against the Turks when they were allies with Albanians to get rid of the Turks from the Balkans this is a process that took hundreds of years

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