Solution of Transnistria issue is example for Nagorno-Karabakh

Aug 25, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Groong

Vestnik Kavkaza, Russia Aug 24 2012 Solution of Transnistria issue is example for Nagorno-Karabakh by Alexey Balashov exclusively for VK The Constitutional Court of Romania recognized the referendum on the impeachment of President Traian Basescu as failed last week.

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Modern countries not base on nation-religion-racial-obligat ory military service-parades.

Moldova will reunite, and Azerbaijan will reunite, only if become modern-liberal countries and join eu-nato.

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Aug 27, 2012
 
Mai du+te ma in mortii ma+tii!!!!!
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Sep 2, 2012
 
neobyzantine wrote:
Modern countries not base on nation-religion-racial-obligat ory military service-parades.
Moldova will reunite, and Azerbaijan will reunite, only if become modern-liberal countries and join eu-nato.
Your comment is somehow contradicting; saying that a country should not be based on obligatory military service and on the other hand you say that it should enter into NATO as NATO is a US lead military pact. If the people on the eastern side of the river Dniestr opted to stay the way it was before Moldowa wanted independence; so why should they not be allowed to choose and vote for themselves? THINK FREEDOM of choice first and country unity second !!

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Sep 2, 2012
 
so why should they not be allowed to choose and vote for themselves? THINK FREEDOM of choice first and country unity second !!

My point exactly...the Szeklers should have FREEDOM of choice also. Or are you another Romanian hypocrite too?
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Sep 3, 2012
 
Szatmari wrote:
so why should they not be allowed to choose and vote for themselves? THINK FREEDOM of choice first and country unity second !!
My point exactly...the Szeklers should have FREEDOM of choice also. Or are you another Romanian hypocrite too?
Jew, you're retarded, if the Szekelys want to be Hungarian they can move to Hungary, they are surrounded by Romania, which means FAIL for any sort of tiny state in the center of Romania considering we control the land and airspace around them.

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Sep 3, 2012
 
Szeklers are Hungarian, dumb bozgor...why should they move to Hungary when Transylvania is Hungary. Vlachs, Romanians or whatever you call yourselves these days have nothing to do with Transylvania. You're right you merely control it, or a better word is infest it like locust. Your balkan culture is to the south, go back there where you belong...wallachia, thats where wallachs belong.

You Romanians really are doomed, you're peasants, your mentality your culture. You don't understand democratic principles such as autonomy or collective rights. Your little hypocritical minds only know one thing..."Romania, an indivisible unitary state"...wake up olahs, there are millions of people in your country who aren't romanian.
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Sep 3, 2012
 
Szatmari wrote:
Szeklers are Hungarian, dumb bozgor...why should they move to Hungary when Transylvania is Hungary. Vlachs, Romanians or whatever you call yourselves these days have nothing to do with Transylvania. You're right you merely control it, or a better word is infest it like locust. Your balkan culture is to the south, go back there where you belong...wallachia, thats where wallachs belong.
You Romanians really are doomed, you're peasants, your mentality your culture. You don't understand democratic principles such as autonomy or collective rights. Your little hypocritical minds only know one thing..."Romania, an indivisible unitary state"...wake up olahs, there are millions of people in your country who aren't romanian.
Peasants are the "bread and salt" of the land you jewtard, Europe was at it's strongest when most of it's population was peasant folk, you can f... yourself with your jewish democracy as well as with communism and with cities, you don't understand life, or Hungary or Romania, mock my words: you're a piece of shit and Hungarians hate you, you're trolling for attention on the internet because you are that pathetic.
Most people, especially white people like to live in the suburbs, villages etc. While jews and other ugly minorities prefer the city ghettos, enjoy, idiot.

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Sep 3, 2012
 
I understand quite well...You diluted our cities with your "peasant folk" and turned a once prosperous western oriented region into a backward balkan peasant cesspool...thank god there are still Hungarians in Kolozsvar, Arad, Szatmar, Nagyvarad, Marosvasarhely etc.
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Sep 3, 2012
 
Why hasn't Russia recognize Transnistria yet? They recognized South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
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Sep 3, 2012
 
Szatmari wrote:
I understand quite well...You diluted our cities with your "peasant folk" and turned a once prosperous western oriented region into a backward balkan peasant cesspool...thank god there are still Hungarians in Kolozsvar, Arad, Szatmar, Nagyvarad, Marosvasarhely etc.
Hungarians don't consider themselves western, idiot. West is cancer, the more oriented the more gay parades and dumb jews like you and the more sh*t to society and culture, the Hungarians in Transylvania kept their heritage a lot better than those in Hungary because of that, while Hungary is "western oriented" and imports Africans and has equal rights for gays and other such abominations, enjoy being f..... by Africans and Muslims, westernfag.

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Retarded Romani, you prove over and over again how little you know.

After Italy, Hungary was the first European country where the renaissance appeared.

Due to the close relations of the medieval Hungarian Kingdom with the West, talented Transylvanians found their ways to the early Universities of Europe as early as the 12th and 13th centuries. The very first student whose name became officially registered at the University of Oxford in 1193, was Miklós of Hungary, son of Kende, nobleman of Transylvania. During the 15th century there were three famous Hungarian doctors on the faculty of the University of Bologna, and one of them, Péter Pál Apati of Torda, later founded the "Free Collegium of the Noble Sciences", established in his hometown, Torda, then moved to Kolozsvár (today Cluj) by King Matthias. After the two Hungarian Universities were established, Pécs in 1367, and Buda in 1389, many Transylvanians sent their sons there, some of whom, after returning home, founded one by one the "Collegiums" of High Learning in Nagyenyed, Gyulafehérvar, Kolozsvár, Nagyvárad, Brassó, Arad, Zilah and Marosvásárhely.
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Sep 5, 2012
 
Szatmari wrote:
Retarded Romani, you prove over and over again how little you know.
After Italy, Hungary was the first European country where the renaissance appeared.
Due to the close relations of the medieval Hungarian Kingdom with the West, talented Transylvanians found their ways to the early Universities of Europe as early as the 12th and 13th centuries. The very first student whose name became officially registered at the University of Oxford in 1193, was Miklós of Hungary, son of Kende, nobleman of Transylvania. During the 15th century there were three famous Hungarian doctors on the faculty of the University of Bologna, and one of them, Péter Pál Apati of Torda, later founded the "Free Collegium of the Noble Sciences", established in his hometown, Torda, then moved to Kolozsvár (today Cluj) by King Matthias. After the two Hungarian Universities were established, Pécs in 1367, and Buda in 1389, many Transylvanians sent their sons there, some of whom, after returning home, founded one by one the "Collegiums" of High Learning in Nagyenyed, Gyulafehérvar, Kolozsvár, Nagyvárad, Brassó, Arad, Zilah and Marosvásárhely.
Hungarians are also the 1st the make a pan-Asiatic festival about Nomadic culture, so they must be Oriental now *sarcasm*, king Matei Corvin was half-Romanian, his father from Wallachia, and Hungarians still don't consider themselves Westerners no matter how much you'd want that, dumb jew.

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aha you're not worth my time..."king Matei Corvin was half-Romanian" there were no Romanians or Romania in medieval Europe dumbass. Vajk was a Cuman from wallachia. You're a typical indoctrinated twat!

Btw of course we make Pan-Asiatic festivals, we're originally from asia. We have the best of both worlds, while you Romanians have nothing, no history, thats why you attempt to steal our kings.
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Sep 5, 2012
 
Szatmari wrote:
aha you're not worth my time..."king Matei Corvin was half-Romanian" there were no Romanians or Romania in medieval Europe dumbass. Vajk was a Cuman from wallachia. You're a typical indoctrinated twat!
Btw of course we make Pan-Asiatic festivals, we're originally from asia. We have the best of both worlds, while you Romanians have nothing, no history, thats why you attempt to steal our kings.
Lie to yourself jew, but he was Romanian by name and family name and religion before he moved and he came from Wallachia, you came from Judea, that's why you'll never be a Hungarian(let alone a Hungarian king), cry bitch.

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Sep 6, 2012
 
The country of Romania was created in 1859 and became fully independent from the Ottoman Empire in 1878: Britannica.

Janos Hunyadi (Hungarian general and governor)-- Britannica ...

Matthias Corvinus (Hungarian: Hunyadi Mátyás or very rarely Corvin Mátyás)(23 February 1443 – 6 April 1490), also called the Just in folk tales, was King of Hungary.

how easy it is to make a Romanian into a fool...upsetting isn't it olah? aha cacanar prost
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Sep 6, 2012
 
Szatmari wrote:
The country of Romania was created in 1859 and became fully independent from the Ottoman Empire in 1878: Britannica.
Janos Hunyadi (Hungarian general and governor)-- Britannica ...
Matthias Corvinus (Hungarian: Hunyadi Mátyás or very rarely Corvin Mátyás)(23 February 1443 – 6 April 1490), also called the Just in folk tales, was King of Hungary.
how easy it is to make a Romanian into a fool...upsetting isn't it olah? aha cacanar prost
Greece 1822(1830)
Romania 1859
Italy 1861
Germany 1871
The (fake) country of Israel was created ~60 years ago.

Also it says everywhere you look that Corvin was part Romanian, jidan prost.

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