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Moldovan Liberals Fight Russian

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Moldovan Liberals Fight RussianThe next news, giving definitely scandalous notes, came from Moldova. This news is connected with the fact that the liberal political forces of the former Soviet republic offered new linguistic games to other legislators and the Moldovan public. Why "new"? Because the previous ones were carried out more than 2 decades ago, and then led to enormous negative consequences, actually pushing together representatives of different ethnic groups living in the country.


These games are connected with the fact that in the bowels of the Liberal Party of the Republic of Moldova a bill was born on the need to introduce the Romanian language as the only official language of the state. All other languages ​​(with the exception of Gagauz in Gagauzia) are actually declared “kitchen”: if you want to speak Russian - for God's sake, speak, but only so that others do not give in to “provocation” to keep the conversation in Russian ...

Moreover, according to the results of the last census in Moldova, about 12% of the population called Russian their native language and another 18% stated that Russian in Moldova is the main language of communication. We must not forget that in Moldavia they understand Russian almost 99% of the population, which cannot be said about Moldovan (Romanian) ...

In addition, about 10% of Moldovans expressed the words that they use the Ukrainian language for their communication. In other words, 40% of Moldovan citizens in the transition of Moldavia to the only officially recognized language - Romanian - will simply lose the opportunity to represent a full-fledged civilian community without simply knowing Romanian.

Here you need to make an additional reservation. Moldovan and Romanian languages ​​today are very similar in many ways, but if you raise the linguistic historythen the present Romanian language, which experts often call the word “Novorumi” younger than Moldovan. The Romanian literary language itself began to actively develop in the 18-19 centuries, when self-identity began to wake up on the banks of the Danube. The language that was in use in the Danube places was a bizarre mixture of late "vulgar" Latin, Germanic dialects and Slavic languages, and the influence of the latter was prevalent. However, the authorities of the designated state decided to declare that they are the direct descendants of the ancient Romans, and their language is some kind of late Latin. As a result, there was an official transition of the language to the Latin alphabet.

At the same time, on the territory of modern Moldova until the end of the 80 of the 20 century, no artificial Romanization of the language was carried out, and therefore the Moldovan language remained more ancient (in terms of age) as compared with Romanian. Only after the reform of 1989, when the Moldovans switched to the Latin alphabet, did the Moldovan language begin to rush towards the Romanian.

Today, these two languages ​​are actually two sides of the same medal (Moldovan is positioned as a dialect of Romanian), and the Moldovan liberals seem to want to make both these parties absolutely identical to each other. It is obvious that the bill itself on the need for Moldova to move exclusively to the Romanian language fits in with the views of the Moldovan liberals that Moldova is the second Romanian state on the map of Europe. At the same time, the liberals, apparently, are not particularly embarrassed by such a historical incident that in those times when Romania as a state did not exist on the map of Europe, Moldova already had this map ... Romania itself as a result of the merging of three territories (Moldavia, Wallachia and Transylvania) appeared only in the second half of the XIX century, and that was due to the fact that the Ottoman Empire fell into decay (not without the help of Russia, by the way). In this regard, it would be more accurate to call Romania the second Moldovan state, rather than Moldova the second Romanian. But then - Moldovan liberals ... For them, historical realities are not important, the main thing is to demonstrate to Europe that they are ready to appear before the Brussels altar. And for this you can call Chisinau, for example, the fourth Rome to name, or rename to Bucharest-2 ...

Representatives of a special circle of readers can say: well, here again twenty-five; some Moldovan deputies are plotting something there, but for some reason they are stuffing us with this information; Well, Moldova is an independent state, let them decide there in what language they should publish news broadcasts and encyclopedias.

That's the way it is ... Moldova is a state and, it is true, independent, and it is up to the citizens to decide for themselves what language is more convenient for them to communicate with each other, teach their children and draw information from the media. But we must not forget that Moldova is positioning itself as a single territorial entity with the Transnistrian Moldavian Republic, in whose territory many Russian citizens live.

Although representatives of the official Chisinau, it seems, do not care about the existence of this population. As a proof of this example, one can present evidence that even the Transdniestrian President Yevgeny Shevchuk is often referred to as the district’s chairman, not recognizing either the fact of his presidency or the will of the citizens of Transnistria, who do not fit in with the wishes of the Moldovan authorities to get Tiraspol under him. At least, Mr. Marinuta, the Acting Minister of Defense of Moldova, spoke of Shevchuk as the chairman of one of the “Moldovan districts”.

So, the proposal of the Liberal Party of Moldova, namely Anna Gu Гуu, about the need to recognize the state language of Moldavia Romanian, obviously, can bring a new confrontation to the banks of the Dniester. If we consider that a considerable number of people reside in the territory of the PMR, in addition to having a Moldovan or Transnistrian passport, also have a passport of Russia or Ukraine, then a peculiar message for Romanization will be interpreted as strong pressure from Romanian unions. Does everybody like this pressure? Of course, someone already had to, but they are obviously not all of the population of Moldova.

In fairness, it must be said that the Liberal Party is not a majority in the Moldovan parliament. In the last parliamentary elections held in Moldova, the Liberal Party won about 11,8% of the votes. If the same ideological inspirer of an obviously pro-Romanian bill, Mrs. Gutu, is going to push her dubious idea through the parliament, then representatives of the Liberal Party will have to be urged to vote for the bill of at least Liberal Democrats Valeriu Strelet. However, the former colleagues for the Alliance for European Integration have so far refused to give any official comments on the draft law of the Liberal Party, saying that the representatives of the faction have not yet discussed the draft law.

The leader of the Moldovan Democrats, who are sometimes willing to support liberal-minded legislators, Dumitriu Diacov, in general, said that such a law cannot be passed, as it does not meet the interests of a certain part of the country's population. His phrase eloquently looks like this:

“We need to deal with serious problems that are worrying all the inhabitants of the country, and not such initiatives.”


Representatives of other political forces (in particular, the Moldovan Communists who won the last parliamentary elections) said that the bill on the romanization of the country's linguistic space, translating into Romanian 80% of the media, textbooks, official documents of Moldova is, first of all, a blow by population. And today, the Moldovan population is by no means unified, and after the implementation of the plans of the Liberal Party, the country may experience a new split, which will inevitably lead to confrontation and, perhaps, bloodshed.

However, such words are obviously not produced by the same Mrs. Gutsu. On all sensations, the Moldovan liberals are looking for any opportunity to demonstrate to the European community their desire to join its ranks at any cost. Apparently, even the high probability of new blood on the banks of the Dniester liberals scares a little. But the statements of Gutsu about the need for the Romanization of Moldova can set fire to a powder keg. Her initiative is fertile ground for those who are ready to play a radical card on the relations between Chisinau and Tiraspol. It is unlikely that the Moldovan liberals do not understand this. And if they understand, then this whole conversation about the fact that any other language, except Romanian, on the territory of Moldova is outlawed, looks more like an unambiguous provocation.

It is quite possible that pro-Western liberals in Chisinau are going to provoke the same residents of Transnistria to a conflict, during which to call for help, for example, the “peacekeeping” NATO contingent - for example, the Kosovo scenario. After all, the fact that Chisinau is not satisfied with the presence of a joint peacekeeping force of the CIS (and Russian peacekeepers, in particular) on the border of the Transdniestrian Moldavian Republic and Moldova has long been known.

By the way, against the background of the public resonance caused by the Moldovan liberals, we cannot lose sight of another extremely significant episode in Moldova. The Moldavian side told Tiraspol about certain agreements with the European Union that special points of “control over migration flows” would be installed on the border of Transnistria and Moldova. At these points, representatives of the Bureau for Migration and Refugees of the Republic of Moldova will scan documents of people moving from Transnistria to Moldova and back. The authorities of the Transnistrian Republic declare that these actions by the Moldovan side are undertaken without agreement with Tiraspol, and express concern that the new system of moving persons may in a repressive way affect Transnistrian Moldovan citizens who also have Ukrainian or Russian passports.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR, Nina Shtanski, provided official information to the Military Review:

"More than 30% of PMR citizens are ethnic Russians. Russian citizens are about 180 thousands."

Moreover, about half a million people live in the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

What is the road going to go further Moldovan authorities? I would not like this road to destabilize the situation in the region.

PS Recently it became known that another citizen of Romania became the representative of the judicial power of Moldova. Now, of the six judges of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova, five have a Romanian passport ... By the way, this explains a lot ...
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  1. Ragnarek
    Ragnarek April 8 2013 08: 41 New
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    There is some kind of comedy with Moldova: some rogue people (Moldova) want to connect with other rogue people (Romania) to obviously become rogue people in the square, and Russia is to blame for everything. Yes close the border with them
    1. Vrungel78
      Vrungel78 April 8 2013 09: 24 New
      +3
      Well yes. And to do this as part of the fight against illegal immigrants.
      1. Heccrbq
        Heccrbq April 8 2013 10: 20 New
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        It’s better to close the border with our smaller brothers from Asia (although they weren’t even brothers during the USSR, or rather we considered them to be brothers, and they ... well, we know), with this hotbed of drugs and Islamism.
    2. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 8 2013 09: 46 New
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      Yes close the border with them

      Who should close the border? Ordinary Russian-speaking citizens standing for friendship with Russia? You better ban entry into Russia to the bandits in power in Moldova.
      1. Ghenxnumx
        Ghenxnumx April 8 2013 10: 56 New
        +9
        I am glad that Gutsu has two rather large counterweights - the PMR and Gagauzia, in which Moldavian and Russian are considered the official languages.
        The President of Gagauzia pulled the presidential administration in front of NG for the lack of a duplicate of documents of internal correspondence in Russian, in accordance with the legislation of the autonomy good that you see, the liberals did not like it, but wiped it off laughing and executed - now they want to take revenge am
      2. tarks
        tarks April 8 2013 11: 04 New
        +1
        Who should close the border? Ordinary Russian-speaking citizens standing for friendship with Russia?


        Moreover, Russian-speaking, as a rule, Russians are.
        1. krest.ros
          krest.ros April 8 2013 12: 32 New
          +5
          Gagauz, Bulgarians, Moldavians and others belong to Russian speakers, for whom the Russian language, if not native, is necessarily the second most important. And in Moldova there are hundreds of thousands of these, along with the Russians (Slavs), excluding Transnistria. But on the whole, I’m not against designating everyone as part of a diverse Russian ethnic group living in the southwestern outpost of Russia, which is the Bessarabian land.
      3. Sirocco
        Sirocco April 8 2013 12: 01 New
        +2
        You know, I will not understand Moldovan independence. With such persistence you try on the Yarmo from Romania, I see no logic, Is it anointed with honey, or is Romania a great country with a powerful economy? By the way, the Romanian economy is based on the EU gasterbaters. London recently even released a commercial about the fact that Romanians are not needed there. What's the catch? Why do Moldovans climb into the slavery of Romanians? Ask the Russian Germans in Germany how the "locals" treat them. They are considered Russian anyway.
        1. azatoz
          azatoz April 14 2013 02: 32 New
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          Quote: Sirocco
          Ask the Russian Germans in Germany how the "locals" treat them. They are considered Russian anyway.

          I ne tolko v Germanii ...
      4. Denis
        Denis April 8 2013 18: 03 New
        +1
        You better ban entry into Russia to the bandits in power in Moldova
        These go to other places with a report
    3. domokl
      domokl April 8 2013 09: 46 New
      +5
      Quote: Ragnarek
      Yes close the border with them
      And what about the Russians living in Transnistria? It seems that Moldova is the future of Ukraine, if the Ukrainians do not decide on their priorities ... The practical loss of their own language, even their own nation .. Just for what?
    4. amp
      amp April 8 2013 10: 17 New
      +6
      And recognize Transnistria.
    5. mihai_md2003
      mihai_md2003 April 8 2013 17: 27 New
      +3
      How many times has it been written that the Moldovan government does not reflect the opinions of the people. Probably the Russians did not like the 90s, when everything in the country collapsed but for a long time it was not possible to change it. Forgot the slogans of Soviet power in unity! they make sense. We are well aware that Moldova is part of the big US-European game to limit Russia's influence. It was exactly the same in ancient Russia, when disparate Russian principalities were conquered one after another. Well, let's close the borders and shrink over time to the borders of Moscow, as well as close from Asian countries and look at the map that remains. Nature does not warm emptiness as soon as this happens there will certainly appear either American or Turkish military bases. Yes, Moldova is not a big country, not Ukraine, but the principle is no less important than territory, if Russia takes a course towards self-elimination then you are right to close the borders and do not look at foreign news, and if Russia positions itself as a great power, then it should be interesting not only to Moldova but also Syria and Cuba. Returning will be much more difficult than not losing. These are purely logical calculations, not to mention the fact that this is a pure betrayal of those who, at the time of the country’s call, moved here to build and develop one big country, and now because of the betrayal of Gorbachev, Yeltsin and the like, they found themselves in this situation.
  2. Ali Baba
    Ali Baba April 8 2013 08: 43 New
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    Well now Moldova ... now Uzbekistan was just a change of vector ...
  3. treskoed
    treskoed April 8 2013 08: 54 New
    +1
    Now we will see "In vino Veritas!" On bottles with Moldovan wine! Latin, however!
    1. mamba
      mamba April 8 2013 17: 04 New
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      Quote: treskoed
      Latin, however!

      It is necessary to recommend the nationalists from Moldova and Romania to switch to a dead language - Latin to confirm true Romanization. The Jews switched to another dead language - Hebrew. True, somersaulting with him ... But for the sake of identity, what kind of nonsense you have done. wink Then you will enjoy all the delights of retraining from your native language to a foreign one.
  4. Narkom
    Narkom April 8 2013 09: 02 New
    +3
    Ha, they want to eat - they will learn. It was recalled that Moldavian scientists constructed an android collider, assembled a cottage.
  5. fenix57
    fenix57 April 8 2013 09: 05 New
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    This story (with the Russian language) is repeated. The Baltic countries, Ukraine. Everyone wishing to join the weakening EU is hindered by the Russian language, Russian culture. And all this is done by liberals to please the geyropa. They do not understand that there they will be on the rights of blacks (excuse me, African-Americans) of the early 19th century in the USA. hi
    1. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 8 2013 10: 07 New
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      Here everyone understands everything: what, why, and why this is done. Here lives, especially in the south of Moldova, the multinational Russian-speaking people. We are very concerned about this situation. It will not be easy for us to continue to resist the Romanian pressure without Russia's support. We were crushed economically and politically, but the Russian spirit still lives in us. Glory to Russia! The king is coming!
    2. Etna
      Etna April 8 2013 10: 29 New
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      Understand, only they are quite happy with it. Because the leadership does not care what happens next - their children have long been studying abroad. Patriotism is not in fashion now ...
    3. Val_y
      Val_y April 8 2013 15: 43 New
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      Here I completely agree with you, we have been spinning for many years, but with people it is always like this, no one wants to learn to work to gain experience, no one wants, everything and a lot at once. "Ce la vie" But I think that nothing will come of the liberals, it is unknown how many times they went to Russia both from Europes and, from the east, and from the south, even from the north (the Livonians) they were sure to rake everything up, and now they will rake.
    4. Nesvet Nezar
      Nesvet Nezar April 8 2013 20: 40 New
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      Quote: fenix57
      This story (with the Russian language) is repeated. The Baltic countries, Ukraine. Everyone wishing to join the weakening EU is hindered by the Russian language, Russian culture. And all this is done by liberals to please the geyropa. They do not understand that there they will be on the rights of blacks (excuse me, African-Americans) of the early 19th century in the USA. hi


      AFRO-EUROPEAN .... The European also shamefully sounds like a Negro. European-European. A Negroid is a Negro. And only the Mongols sneeze ...)))) after the gay parades I do not want to be European. Call me Asian ...
  6. Fost325
    Fost325 April 8 2013 09: 11 New
    +1
    And the strings of this theatrical action lead to puppeteers from the Amero-European Union, who are economically (and politically) profitable to create and control minor armed conflicts, especially near Russia.
  7. vitya29111973
    vitya29111973 April 8 2013 09: 13 New
    0
    Another deceitful article on the topic "Nasrem on a neighbor's head, and then we will scold so that he does not go where it is not necessary" Today "face" on the Moldovans !!! Citizens of the forum are starting to pour out bile !!!!
  8. baltika-18
    baltika-18 April 8 2013 09: 18 New
    +1
    The trend however.
    Give Latin to all recently.
  9. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 April 8 2013 09: 22 New
    +6
    Nu-nu. As Gena Onishchenko would say: "Something, guys, your wine is not tasty" No.
    1. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 8 2013 10: 12 New
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      Onishchenko has not tasted real wine yet. Let him come to our south - we will treat. Moldovans themselves are buying up a lot of wine materials from us, and then they sell it as their own.
    2. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 8 2013 10: 13 New
      0
      Onishchenko has not tasted real wine yet. Let him come to our south - we will treat. Moldovans themselves are buying up a lot of wine materials from us, and then they sell it as their own.
      1. WWW.budanov
        WWW.budanov April 8 2013 11: 10 New
        +2
        There is a danger to send Onishchenko to you for wine diagnostics, because in Georgia he "adhered" to something, but he is already old ...! Can our Kuban Cossacks send "to guard" grape stocks and restore love for the Russian language? You look, and the Romanians ... "zabalakayut"!
        1. krest.ros
          krest.ros April 8 2013 12: 43 New
          +1
          The other day they have already "lost their minds"! In Moldova, the Cossacks were considered a threat to state security [hide] [/ hide] http://lenta.ru/news/2013/03/13/veterans/
          1. WWW.budanov
            WWW.budanov April 8 2013 13: 16 New
            0
            Oh, and I, too, to the Gutar, Cossacks. Let the tics of troha climb up, and that leaves in a crowd to your village ...
            1. krest.ros
              krest.ros April 8 2013 14: 00 New
              0
              Oh, nice to hear that. Lubo brother!
  10. wulf66
    wulf66 April 8 2013 09: 33 New
    +2
    Ah pug! She is strong to know, since she boldly barks at an elephant ... (not sure about the accuracy of the quote, but I think everything is clear).
  11. Cherkas
    Cherkas April 8 2013 09: 39 New
    -21
    I fully support Moldova, but let them decide in a referendum, in fact they are closer to Romania than to some other state and their language is more similar to Romanian, this is their business. A similar situation in Ukraine, it all starts with the restoration of culture, and rightly so.
    1. Prokop
      Prokop April 8 2013 10: 56 New
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      .
      Quote: Cherkas
      I fully support Moldova, but let them decide in a referendum, in fact they are closer to Romania than to some other state and their language is more similar to Romanian, this is their business. A similar situation in Ukraine, it all starts with the restoration of culture, and rightly so.

      When it is not considered necessary to deal with the restoration of industry, the improvement of health care and other socially significant problems, * the elite * begins * to restore * * the culture *. As we have, the official language in Ukraine is a mixture of the South Russian dialect spiced with Polish, which was called * UKRAINIAN MOV *, and most of the population speaks and thinks in Russian
      1. Cherkas
        Cherkas April 8 2013 12: 08 New
        -5
        When it is not considered necessary to deal with the restoration of industry, the improvement of health care and other socially significant problems, * the elite * begins * to restore * * the culture *. As we have, the official language in Ukraine is a mixture of the South Russian dialect spiced with Polish, which was called * UKRAINIAN MOV *, and most of the population speaks and thinks in Russian

        As long as we have such "Patriots" and you do not attribute yourself to them, this is obvious, we will have nothing, because a person without respecting himself in life cannot achieve anything, just like a state in which people do not respect themselves , you respect yourself, you are not a Ukrainian, you are a citizen of Ukraine, but the rest of the Ukrainians should understand by your example that there are such citizens in Moldova and the reason for disrespect for self is hidden precisely in such destructive elements that sow national-phobic sentiments ... The South Russian dialect is many centuries ago, it was also called Kiev and it developed together with the Novgorod dialect, which is considered a pro-Russian language and both languages ​​evolved into Ukrainian and Russian, even in the Times of Russia these dialects were quite different, so talk about the Ukrainian language in such a light as you are, this is Ukrainophobia and disrespect for Ukrainian history and for science in general, in particular for linguistics. Therefore, in Ukraine, the state language Ukrainian, which historically was on the territory of Southern Russia, was previously called the Kiev dialect and the influence of the Polish language is greatly exaggerated. You won't even give 10 words that are borrowed from the Polish language. As for the Russian language, I skip this video only to Ukrainophobes, believing that this is not entirely true, but it’s hard to find a better answer. That is why I wrote about Moldova and expressed my solidarity, without respect for its nation, the country has no future.
        1. zardoz
          zardoz April 9 2013 04: 23 New
          0
          Well, yes, the fact that the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth controlled the territory of present-day Ukraine to the Dnieper for a long time did not affect the language of the local population .... In general, according to your words, English in England, the USA, South Africa and Australia are different languages. Regarding the impact on the Ukrainian language of Poland and Austria-Hungary. I had to communicate with Ukrainian speakers from the Poltava and Chernihiv regions and I understood them without any problems. But specifically I understood the West with great difficulty or did not understand at all. I have a friend who in their group spoke Russian translated what they say. Belarusian is easier to understand than what these guys from Lutsk spoke. I am from Lugansk myself. It is very problematic to hear Ukrainian speech here. There are dialects in the region that are similar in pronunciation to Ukrainian
    2. Vrungel78
      Vrungel78 April 8 2013 11: 09 New
      +1
      They can even stand on your head. Just don’t drag Russia and everything connected with it here. We don’t say, signing another agreement with China, what kind of villains, these Moldovans.
    3. Sirocco
      Sirocco April 8 2013 12: 08 New
      0
      According to your logic, the culture of Moldova is connected with Romania, and the culture of Ukraine is connected with Russia. In vain you are minus. You must give the order laughing So sooner or later, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia will be together. And then Gay ropa will groan with such "joy"
      1. Cherkas
        Cherkas April 8 2013 12: 19 New
        -1
        These disadvantages are purely subjective, everyone understands that I am defending the interests of my country and that this is true, it’s just that you have it and that’s also normal. I demand just respect for Ukrainian culture and people, learn the Ukrainian language, culture and maybe we will be brothers, and not just the fraternity of Russian speakers ... Which of you will be friends with a person who does not respect your family and you as a person? All relationships are built on mutual respect. Why do I need a friend who repeats everything after me if there is a shadow?
        1. Rider
          Rider April 8 2013 16: 08 New
          +4
          I demand just respect for Ukrainian culture and people

          demand respect for their people, spitting on another.
          It does not add respect to either the claimant or the people that this claimant protects.
      2. Ascetic
        Ascetic April 8 2013 14: 25 New
        +2
        Quote: Sirocco
        So sooner or later, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia will be together. And then Gay ropa will groan with such "joy"


        By the way, Romanian Minister of Economy of Armenia Varujan Voskanyan. Under the leadership of Voskanyan there will also be two minister delegates: energy and small and medium-sized businesses, business environment and tourism. Voskanyan is also the author of the book "Whispers" about the Armenian Genocide. This novel was recognized as the best literary work in Romania and was awarded the main literary prize of the Romanian Academy. In Colombia, King's Whispers is listed among the top five best sellers. First, he repaired the clock on the pediment of the Ministry of Economy building and again shows the exact time. During his first ministerial mandate in Calin's government, Popescu Tericana Varuzhan Vozganian discovered an old Austrian in the basement of the ministry XNUMXth century piano. He moved the piano into the study, and then tuned it.
        Here is such an interesting minister in Romania.
        And Ukraine in 2012 appears to have saved Romania from hunger and grain riots
        link
        And Romania, in response, has plans for Greater Romania, it has already fulfilled the first point (Father Zmeiny), and intensively issues Romanian passports to Ukrainian citizens-European romantics — the second point. Now sharch Moldova-the 2rd point. What's next?
        1. Sirocco
          Sirocco April 8 2013 14: 49 New
          +2
          Now sharch Moldova-the 3rd point. What's next? And then, as in a joke, about a rooster that trampled all the hens, ducks, geese, pigs. You see, he says, he walks and looks at me laughing Just not choked on a big chunk.
    4. O_RUS
      O_RUS April 9 2013 23: 13 New
      0
      It’s bad when a person d urak. Worse when he is an ideological fool ...
  12. Flooding
    Flooding April 8 2013 09: 41 New
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    We must not forget that almost 99% of the population understands the Russian language in Moldova, which cannot be said about Moldavian (Romanian) ...

    This is exactly what gnaws the national liberals more than anything. And, of course, inveterate hatred of everything Russian.
    The Moldavian and Romanian languages ​​are very similar today, but if you take up the linguistic history, then the current Romanian language, which experts often call the word “New Romanian”, is younger than Moldavian. The Romanian literary language itself began to actively form in the 18-19 centuries, when self-identity began to wake up on the banks of the Danube. The language that was used in the Danube was a bizarre mixture of late “vulgar” Latin, Germanic dialects and Slavic languages, and the influence of the latter prevailed.

    +++ !!! That's right. The Moldavian language is a natural result of living on the territory of many peoples. The share of Slavism in the old Moldavian language is estimated by experts at about 30%. And the Romanians could not completely get rid of them - oars, bologn, drag, etc.
    At the same time, the liberals, apparently, are not particularly embarrassed by such a historical incident that at the time when Romania as a state did not exist on the map of Europe, Moldova was already on this map ...

    Moreover, at the dawn of the existence of Moldova, there is no mention of the existence of even that Wallachia itself.
  13. zao74
    zao74 April 8 2013 09: 45 New
    0
    But when will these liberalists calm down?
    1. Gari
      Gari April 8 2013 11: 00 New
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      And how can this be done if, according to the results of the last census in Moldova, about 12% of the population called the Russian language their mother tongue and another 18% said that the Russian language in Moldova is the main language of communication. We must not forget that in Moldova almost 99% of the population understands the Russian language, which cannot be said about Moldavian (Romanian) ...
      In addition, about 10% of Moldovans expressed the words that they use the Ukrainian language for their communication. In other words, 40% of Moldovan citizens in the transition of Moldavia to the only officially recognized language - Romanian - will simply lose the opportunity to represent a full-fledged civilian community without simply knowing Romanian.
    2. Rider
      Rider April 8 2013 16: 10 New
      +1
      what for ?
      they get paid for it.
  14. Manager
    Manager April 8 2013 09: 46 New
    -4
    Gypsies, they are Gypsies ...... Close the border so they go with dances with dances and bears ...
    1. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 8 2013 10: 25 New
      +8
      Gypsies in Moldova and one percent will not be typed. But the fact that they want to turn Moldovans into gypsies is for sure! I hope, when crossing the border (in which case), miss the Russians? And then you all row under one comb forgetting your own.
      1. Manager
        Manager April 8 2013 10: 46 New
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        Quote: krest.ros
        Gypsies in Moldova and one percent will not be typed.

        But Moldova is at hand. And about one comb ...... We got everything. Everywhere they hate, they hate Russia, they hate the Russian language, they hate Russians. They consider themselves independent and developed. They blame Russians for all troubles.
        In general, yes, you understood me correctly. The border is locked. And "No."; ";" No.; CH! as you wish.
      2. cerko
        cerko April 8 2013 10: 57 New
        +2
        I don’t know how those in power but ordinary Slavs and Russia will share the last piece so that in case of what kindness we ask
        1. krest.ros
          krest.ros April 8 2013 13: 03 New
          0
          May God grant you health! We will not come empty-handed, we will help you with what we can.
    2. Egoza
      Egoza April 8 2013 20: 16 New
      +1
      Quote: Manager
      Gypsies, they are Gypsies ...... Close the border so they go with dances with dances and bears ...

      ABOUT! And I was thinking why Yanukovych was so worried ....
      President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych instructed to create appropriate conditions for the protection and integration of the Roma minority into Ukrainian society. In particular, the decree provides for the approval of the Strategy for the Protection and Integration of the Roma National Minority into Ukrainian Society up to 2020. According to the President, the implementation of the Strategy will create the conditions for implementing the recommendations on liberalization of the visa regime for Ukraine by the European Union, ensure the integration of the Roma minority into the Ukrainian society, prevent discrimination against Roma, increase the educational level, improve the health and living conditions of the Roma, etc.
      xxxxx
      Well, our president often confuses words. Maybe he meant Moldavians, not Gypsies? Although I would like to first attend to the life of my own people!
  15. as3wresdf
    as3wresdf April 8 2013 09: 57 New
    0
    The base of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of all citizens of the Russian Federation on this site twitlink.ws/baza and the main thing was done as if to search for lost relatives, but here is all the information about each of us: correspondence with friends, addresses, phones, place of work, and the worst thing is even mine nudity photo (though I do not know from where ...). In general, I was very scared - but there is such a function as "hide data" of course I used it and I advise everyone not to hesitate, you never know
  16. vkusniikorj
    vkusniikorj April 8 2013 09: 59 New
    21
    Guys, you forget about us Russians, who by the will of fate remained "abroad".
    and you don’t have to be so categorical! Moldovans, the people in the mass are hardworking, Orthodox, still Russian-speaking.
    pseudo-elite (corrupt as the elite of all peoples) draws territory to the Romanians, while the people still rest.
    Russia, I will say frankly, doesn’t care about its fellow citizens. It’s safe to set the States as an example.
    barely somewhere someone raised their tail, the States bark, and the wet jackal thanks for a long time thanks fate,
    that easily got off.
    1. Flooding
      Flooding April 8 2013 10: 20 New
      11
      Quote: vkusniikorj
      I’ll say frankly do not care about their fellow citizens.

      Absolutely agree with you.
      A specific example - a passport was expired, filed an application for a new one at the Russian Embassy.
      They asked for a phone number, they say, in two or three months we’ll call and inform you about the readiness. They called more than five months later - come, get it. The date of issue in the passport is one month after the application is submitted. Where did the document hang out for four months? At the Embassy. One sane employee said: two months have passed - come, stand in line, ask for extradition.
      Without stupid standing in line in front of the embassy, ​​not a single issue can be resolved. Despite the fact that the phone number for reference is in the announcement, it’s impossible to call. No one answers (verified by dozens of people over many months).
      People who go out to people through the gates is a separate song. Of the three people - one guy with a tattoo of the Airborne Forces is adequate. The other two are louts and by-dlo. The woman said that one of these latter is not shy in expressions, swearing and breathing fumes on people.
      I had to seriously quarrel with such a smart guy. Before I ask, what about the presidential program, the migration policy, about which there is so much vigilance on TV. He smiles openly.
      The woman who applied three to four days after me came for a passport for the third time (!!!). And this is after five months. And I could not get it, because these from the embassy did not express a desire to call her and make it to the list.
      In short, this must be seen. Better yet, record on video.
      1. Rider
        Rider April 8 2013 16: 22 New
        +3
        Absolutely agree with you.

        alas, and I agree.
        a friend collected documents to travel to the Russian Federation,
        (Kazakhstan, Embassy in Astana)
        also told a lot of interesting things.
        then talked
        at the place of residence (Yaroslavl region)
        also says no fountain,
        neither with employment nor with housing, the local administration provides special assistance.
        And this is not looking at any programs.
        well, his profession is running - machine operator.
        he walked around the world, he found a job, and there they helped with housing.

        what can you do, local bureaucracy doesn’t care either about the program or about specific people.
    2. Heccrbq
      Heccrbq April 8 2013 10: 22 New
      +5
      Hold on there, power is in the truth, and the truth is yours!
    3. tarks
      tarks April 8 2013 11: 07 New
      +2
      In general, the situation is exactly the same as in Ukraine. They rule precisely pseudo-elites. Yes, and where to get the present.
  17. Rus2012
    Rus2012 April 8 2013 10: 03 New
    +2
    Moldovan Liberals Fight Russian

    ... they can fight as they please.
    But hunger is not an aunt - you will have to through pride, looking away to remember the great Russian ...
    Whether forgiveness is already our question.

    PS: Wait a moment in the Baltic, knowledge of Russian is a big plus when hiring, because the whole business there is Russian.
    so - "don't spit in the well ..." (c) Russian folk
    1. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 8 2013 10: 31 New
      +5
      Moldovan business is also largely, so to speak, Russian. We do not spit - they spit on us. Romanians here - the Russian elite there.
      1. WWW.budanov
        WWW.budanov April 8 2013 10: 51 New
        0
        My dear, krest.ros,
        New book by Peter Shornikov “The Moldavian people are not a loser, but a winner in the Second World War!” It is a logical continuation of a series of his famous historical works on domestic topics: “Bessarabian Front (1918-1940),” “Attempted Status: Ethnopolitical Processes in Moldova during the Crisis (1988-1996). "Fields of Fall" and others ...

        (old teacher)
  18. amp
    amp April 8 2013 10: 16 New
    +1
    The liberals in their minority, which pleases.
  19. WWW.budanov
    WWW.budanov April 8 2013 10: 20 New
    +3
    Quote: vkusniikorj
    Moldovans, the people are for the most part hardworking, Orthodox, still Russian-speaking. The pseudo-elite, (corrupt as the elite of all peoples) draws territory to the Romanians, and the people still rest.

    YES, Russia ALWAYS (!) "By the ears" pulls out its younger brothers ... whether during a war or a crisis ... But only this whole HISTORY is "forgotten". By the way, Yugoslavia is near !!! This is your next democratic "sovereign video" from the history of today! And, to the question, WHAT TO DO? - FIRST: to raise the people! Strike! Meetings! Flyers! To nominate your leaders ... DO NOT SLEEP, BUT, in no case DO NOT ARMING !!! And then the "Pentagon mongrel" with "Angles" and "Franks" will immediately swoop down like crows. (Russia is near !!! ...)
    YES, Lord give you help in the popular movement, brothers Slavs !!!
    1. vkusniikorj
      vkusniikorj April 8 2013 11: 12 New
      +2
      To nominate your leaders ... DO NOT SLEEP, BUT, in no case DO NOT ARM !!! And then the "Pentagon mongrel" with "Angles" and "Franks" will immediately swoop down like crows. (Russia is near !!! ...

      What are you! what are you! trust in the masters of our Christ and the brothers of our Slavs!
      weapons, neither, nor! only the procession of the cross district of the Russian Embassy, ​​in the queues for information and passports, and soon for visas! Save Christ! Thank you cha Budanov! Are you not Zhirik for an hour?
      1. WWW.budanov
        WWW.budanov April 8 2013 15: 32 New
        0
        So about what kind of people and what are you writing here?: "Russia, I’ll say it just doesn't care about its fellow citizens. Here we must boldly put the States as an example." - WHAT, ... ???????
        1. vkusniikorj
          vkusniikorj April 8 2013 21: 28 New
          -1
          WWW.budanov RU Today, 15:32 PM ↑

          So what kind of people and what are you writing here? ....

          judging by 18 pluses, the people understood what I had in mind. and only you didn’t understand Mamla. well, exactly Zhirik !!!
          1. Mhpv
            Mhpv April 8 2013 22: 00 New
            0
            Until "Zhirik" you are like cancer before Europe, although in this position you may be given a discount.
  20. dmitrich
    dmitrich April 8 2013 10: 32 New
    0
    And what do they mean? Moldova, Ukraine, the Baltic states can only fight with the Russian language and fight, but does not give more diarrhea.
    1. vardex
      vardex April 9 2013 11: 28 New
      0
      Yes, no one from Moldova is going to fight with you, understand how you want, you are destroying yourself, from drug addiction in Russia -70000 a year overdoses with deaths, traffic accidents-25000 people a year to death - I understand that it would be nice to think about Russia, and the sense of the fact that you are sitting in Russia booty on gold and live as well as we --- shitty ...............
      1. zardoz
        zardoz April 9 2013 16: 35 New
        0
        Well, you probably have little idea of ​​Russian life. Although I may be a little representative of the Ukrainian, the Russians live better for us. I haven’t been to Moldova, judging by the stories of who has been from there and there. Gryat live worse than us.
  21. Goldkonstantin
    Goldkonstantin April 8 2013 10: 33 New
    0
    These tadpoles make me happy! Oh, how glad they are!)) Well, they will unite with Romania, it will be from laughter!) They are liberals and liberals in Africa. They want to go to the zoo, not Europe
    1. Flooding
      Flooding April 8 2013 11: 02 New
      +7
      Quote: GoldKonstantin
      Well, they will unite with Romania, from laughter it will be!

      And what makes you so amused? Liberals will be on top, they will rejoice at such a success. Romania will mark the event with a red date on the calendar and pay tribute to the Liberals for what they have done on the way to create Romania Mare. Ordinary people will work in the same way abroad and find fault with the authorities, seeing that the loot has not started to fall from the sky and for some reason life has not improved. There will be much fewer Moldovan guest workers in Russia. We will have to increase the "quota" of workers from Central Asia. A holy place is never empty. Russian speakers will be squeezed so that they will not be able to utter a word.
      Let's laugh together over such a prospect.
      1. vardex
        vardex April 8 2013 17: 40 New
        +1
        I agree to 100%
      2. Goldkonstantin
        Goldkonstantin April 9 2013 17: 49 New
        0
        You misunderstood me. This is not the case, although, of course, there is little funny. The question is, will the liberals be allowed to achieve this? The people in Moldova, as far as I know, do not look at Europe and Romania with pink glasses, especially in Transnistria. Liberalam road is closed.
  22. bazzz
    bazzz April 8 2013 11: 02 New
    -2
    What naive! They think that they will sleep sweetly and eat deliciously, if they pour mud on Russia, we’ll see ... Transnistria will be picked up, the visa regime introduced and sent to ... Romanian bright future!
  23. Yeraz
    Yeraz April 8 2013 11: 03 New
    0
    Damn again 25. The author says that Moldova does not call the leader of the presnestry president, does not recognize independence. Yes, damn Russia and all countries of the world directly recognized, but the Moldovans do not want to. Well, they want to switch to Romanian, let’s take into account the almost uniqueness of these languages, well okay with Ukraine, sometimes fraternal is still understandable, but Moldovans are a different people altogether. Regarding the Russian population. What will change with the adoption of this law for Russians ??? That paperwork, everything that is written in books will be a bit with a Romanian accent. CB is not on the drum rumynsey or Moldovan, in the end still not in Russian, nothing will change.
    I don’t understand what’s the situation? The situation remains what it was. And here we’ll immediately expel, close it, but at such a pace it’s necessary to close the entire border, Kazakhs wanted all Latin traitors, the first channel in Kyrgyzstan closed the same thing, damn it remains only Mongolia and the DPRK. Or too you’ll boil if North Koreans want to ruin with a South Korean accent fool
  24. Russian knight
    Russian knight April 8 2013 11: 13 New
    +1
    Russia did not please them all. Do they have an eternal complex? They themselves do not live normally, and Russia is to blame for them.
    1. krest.ros
      krest.ros April 8 2013 13: 11 New
      +2
      I’ll clarify, Romanian politicians and intelligentsia, nationalist student youth and other part of Moldavian society scold Russia. But in general, the sentiments are anti-Romanian !!!
  25. Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 April 8 2013 11: 14 New
    +3
    Everything is simple - Romania is going to absorb Moldova. Moreover, the situation with Russian-speaking people will probably be like in the Baltic states, and perhaps worse - like Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan - that is, a pipe. 40% of our people will find themselves generally overboard in life, well, isn't that scary? Given the mentality and level of cultural development of Romanians, genocide of the Russian-speaking population is possible. Those who write here that there is nothing terrible in this situation is apparently far from reality, as most of our leaders and parliamentarians are sad. Transnistria is watered with the blood of our soldiers and the independence of this region is also under threat. We have already given and we give all that is possible. It is not so easy to give up almost half the population of Moldova and Transnistria, these are OUR people, and not just numbers. Think about it, but to make it clearer put yourself in their place and everything will become clear.
  26. Flooding
    Flooding April 8 2013 11: 14 New
    +2
    Quote: Yeraz
    What will change with the adoption of this law for Russians ??? The fact that the clerical work, everything that is written in the books will be a bit with a Romanian accent. Russian is not drumming Romanian or Moldavian, as a result, it’s still not in Russian, nothing will change.

    This is another step towards abandoning ethnic self-identification. To understand what such steps lead to, you do not need to have seven spans in the forehead. To general Romanianization.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz April 8 2013 13: 35 New
      0
      Quote: Flood
      Quote: Yeraz
      What will change with the adoption of this law for Russians ??? The fact that the clerical work, everything that is written in the books will be a bit with a Romanian accent. Russian is not drumming Romanian or Moldavian, as a result, it’s still not in Russian, nothing will change.

      This is another step towards abandoning ethnic self-identification. To understand what such steps lead to, you do not need to have seven spans in the forehead. To general Romanianization.

      So if the article was a Moldovan about his concern about the loss of his Moldovan filling, then yes, but here there is a conversation that it is against the Russians, the scribe will be bad for the Russians and the Russians who will be Moldavian or almost the same Romanian. Everything will remain Also, in the state, things will continue to be conducted not in Russian, the population will continue to leave, and those who want to continue to speak Russian.
  27. Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 April 8 2013 11: 40 New
    +1
    The smaller the nation, the more arrogant its "national intelligentsia".
    For some reason, all national intellectuals are convinced that the Russians infringed on their Faberge and did not allow them to dance beautifully.
    Fools, half-educated and mediocrity are convinced that it is worth banning the Russian language, as they will immediately become great scientists and ingenious writers.
    In principle, on the scale of Moldova, there may be someone who will become the "great" and "brilliant" first guy in the village.
  28. Romch
    Romch April 8 2013 12: 01 New
    +1
    Let them forget Russian if they want, after a couple of generations then they won’t come to Russia to work, because they don’t know the language. Sami sawing a branch on which they sit. In general, these former republics got already with the Russian language, they don’t want to. Only who will need them without knowledge of the Russian language.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz April 8 2013 13: 42 New
      +2
      Quote: RomCH
      Let them forget Russian if they want, after a couple of generations then they won’t come to Russia to work, because they don’t know the language. Sami sawing a branch on which they sit. In general, these former republics got already with the Russian language, they don’t want to. Only who will need them without knowledge of the Russian language.

      No, people will not go because of their absence. At our university, starting from my flow, Moldova stopped sending its cadets, because initially they had 5 passports in their hands and after graduation everyone remained on the territory of the Russian Federation and consider that Moldova prepared an empty shot . True, they were all from the prehistory, but they came from the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova. This amused us very much like the estate of 5 passports)) Russia, Moldova, Ukraine, Romania and Prednistria laughing
  29. Yun Klob
    Yun Klob April 8 2013 13: 41 New
    0
    Moldovans have discovered a new law, - The less a person knows languages, the more educated he is.
    1. vkusniikorj
      vkusniikorj April 8 2013 15: 03 New
      +4
      Yoon Zhlob.
      it's you my friend bent! I know Russian, Moldavian, Ukrainian, I read and read! Plus the Great and Mighty with all the lyrical and not very digressions. Spouse, Tomsk, in Moldavian for 35 years, neither hello, nor goodbye!
  30. Denis
    Denis April 8 2013 15: 38 New
    +1
    They want to join the geyser
    Or maybe this ode to the homosexual is not translated into Russian?
    One of the assumptions of the Moldovan authorities towards Bucharest and Brussels was the widespread introduction by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Moldova in Moldavian schools of a unique textbook called “Sexual Life”.
  31. kolokir
    kolokir April 8 2013 15: 52 New
    -1
    appoint gypsies, moldovans, romanians (underline as appropriate) as the root ndrod of Novaya Zemlya
    1. vardex
      vardex April 8 2013 18: 02 New
      +2
      hammer your muzzle ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
  32. zennon
    zennon April 8 2013 15: 54 New
    0
    Quote: Narkom
    Ha, they want to eat - they will learn. It was recalled that Moldavian scientists constructed an android collider, assembled a cottage.

    And who gets a Kalashnikov assault rifle?
  33. Mhpv
    Mhpv April 8 2013 15: 59 New
    +2
    Quote: krest.ros
    Yes close the border with them

    Who should close the border? Ordinary Russian-speaking citizens standing for friendship with Russia? You better ban entry into Russia to the bandits in power in Moldova.

    It is high time in Russia to create an analogue of the "Magnitsky List" only for Russophobes and their closest relatives. Prohibit entry, have a business, accounts and securities, so that a person would know that all his relatives would be responsible for his attitude towards Russia.
  34. zennon
    zennon April 8 2013 15: 59 New
    0
    That's right. It’s very characteristic of the first wave of crap, when common sense is sacrificed to political ambitions. I only thought that this remained in the 90s ...
    In general, Moldovans have always been famous for their intelligence and ingenuity. lol
  35. VadimSt
    VadimSt April 8 2013 16: 40 New
    +1
    All these fighters against Russian and other national-territorial languages ​​should be reminded that their "great teacher of democracy", the United States, does not define the state language in its constitution. For some reason, their sovereignty, national identity and culture do not suffer from this!
    All this fuss, a reason to be noticed and heard by a "third party", and in personal, selfish interests!
  36. solo-la
    solo-la April 8 2013 18: 51 New
    0
    Quote: Yoon Klob
    Moldovans have discovered a new law, - The less a person knows languages, the more educated he is.


    All citizens of Moldova must know 3 languages: Moldavian, Romanian and state (s) winked
  37. Mister X
    Mister X April 8 2013 21: 04 New
    0
    One of the most prominent Moldovan liberals is Mihai Ghimpu,
    although it is an ardent fighter for the Romanian language,
    integration with Romania and integration with Europe
    speaks a primitive peasant dialect
    which we call Moldovan.
    Although in theory he should set an example to the rest.
    This citizen managed to visit IO President of the country,
    sometimes behaves extremely eccentric and somehow manners
    and speech reminds your politician: Wolfich.

    At different times, the territory of the present Moldavia
    was occupied or was under protectorate:
    Roman Empire, Ottoman ports, the Tatar-Mongol yoke,
    Commonwealth, the Austro-Hungarian Empire,
    Russian Empire, Hitler's Germany, the Soviet Union.
    But the current patriots and in particular the liberals
    forgot about the Tatar raids, and the Turkish yoke, and the Nazi occupation.
    They blame only the communist regime for all troubles,
    Stalin and Comrade Voronin.

    07 April turned 4 of the year as democracy won in Moldova
    and liberal forces pro-Roman and pro-European.
    April 05 held parliamentary elections, and the celebration developed
    According to the scenario of John Tolkien "Two towers": in response to the results
    parliamentary elections (won the Communist Party) - the people defeated
    and burned 2 buildings: Parliament and presidential administration.
    The original of the Constitution, and then burned.
    And on the roofs of the demolished buildings put the banners of the EU.
    Repeat elections were won by an alliance of liberal and democratic forces.












    Used photos from the resource Beni.
    There are hundreds of photos posted from the scene.
    http://benia.livejournal.com/248632.html
    http://benia.livejournal.com/248867.html
    http://benia.livejournal.com/249246.html
    http://benia.livejournal.com/249565.html
  38. Mister X
    Mister X April 8 2013 21: 10 New
    +6
    4 of the year has passed, but it has become even further before the common good than under Voronin.
    New, democratic government lobbies and accepts to please the European Union
    “The Law on Ensuring Equality” which protects the rights of the disadvantaged
    racially, sexually or otherwise
    (read between the lines: about sexual minorities).
    In total, the Parliament adopted the so-called
    "package of European laws", consisting of 42 documents.
    For this, the new government provides the whole world with the Republic of Moldova.
    fabulous loans, most of which are not known where to go.
    The country is firmly and permanently stuck in debt.

    In the market, Moldovan tomatoes and cucumbers are more expensive than Turkish ones.
    Local sweets and ketchup are more expensive than Ukrainian ones.
    The local producer is not stimulated economically and
    do not support legally, and in every possible way spread rot.
    Agriculture is ruined, as is the industrial sector.
    Each village is half empty, or even more:
    adults left for work, their children moved to study in the capital
    and are not going to return.
    Basically, in the villages only old men remained to live their lives.

    Old people in the capital receive a meager pension,
    which is often less than the amount of utility bills
    in the villages the situation is much worse.
    Urban single pensioners earn their own food
    and treatment by renting out rooms.
    How village pensioners get out is unknown.

    The 1 kilometer of the road costs the budget of 1 million Euros.
    Repaired the street in the fall, stole a lot of dough to repair
    and in the spring that road went in waves. I was embarrassed about a week,
    searched extreme, yes and good. They will not shoot for sabotage,
    as with Vissarionyche.

    I want to say a few words about the leisure of our elite,
    namely, the incident on the "royal hunt."
    It was at the end of the year, the action took place in the reserve.
    People gathered for various data from a few dozen to one hundred and fifty:
    politicians, government officials and businessmen. The cream of society, so to speak.
    Our elite gave a hunt for a hog, and they shot down a young and successful entrepreneur.
    This became known weeks 3 later, and the guy long ago buried quietly
    in a closed coffin in an elite cemetery.
    Relatives are silent, no one makes a complaint.
    Rumor has it that either the prosecutor general or the judge of the Appeals Chamber shot.
    Nobody made up the list of participants, there were no records in the district hospital,
    and the weapon was not taken for examination.
    Investigation of the incident involved in the hunt participants themselves.

    Why do I continue to live in this country?
    This is my homeland. And the birthplace of my parents. And my grandfathers.
    Already several generations of my ancestors were born, lived and died on this earth.
    I speak Russian and Moldavian equally, and both languages ​​are native to me.
    I lived and worked in Romania for some time and made sure that the people there were mostly
    thievish, deceitful, petty and puffy.
    I am so disappointed in our Romanian brothers that there are no words.
    The Russian people rescued us for so many centuries in a row and pulled our ears,
    and we repay him the prezhesty for the most marvelous.
    Forgive us, brothers-Slavs!
    For many of us go in the wake of the "whistlers" and do not know
    what they do and how things can turn around.
    1. Denis
      Denis April 8 2013 22: 05 New
      +1
      Quote: Mister X
      Why do I continue to live in this country?
      This is my homeland. And the homeland of my parents. And my grandfathers
      Then all is not lost!
      It’s a pity only the bags, money and something else, so as not to lose the feeder, they will not let such PEOPLE to the helm
      sincere +
  39. Mister X
    Mister X April 8 2013 21: 11 New
    0
    4 of the year has passed, but it has become even further before the common good than under Voronin.
    New, democratic government lobbies and accepts to please the European Union
    “The Law on Ensuring Equality” which protects the rights of the disadvantaged
    racially, sexually or otherwise
    (read between the lines: about sexual minorities).
    In total, the Parliament adopted the so-called
    "package of European laws", consisting of 42 documents.
    For this, the new government provides the whole world with the Republic of Moldova.
    fabulous loans, most of which are not known where to go.
    The country is firmly and permanently stuck in debt.

    In the market, Moldovan tomatoes and cucumbers are more expensive than Turkish ones.
    Local sweets and ketchup are more expensive than Ukrainian ones.
    The local producer is not stimulated economically and
    do not support legally, and in every possible way spread rot.
    Agriculture is ruined, as is the industrial sector.
    Each village is half empty, or even more:
    adults left for work, their children moved to study in the capital
    and are not going to return.
    Basically, in the villages only old men remained to live their lives.

    Old people in the capital receive a meager pension,
    which is often less than the amount of utility bills
    in the villages the situation is much worse.
    Urban single pensioners earn their own food
    and treatment by renting out rooms.
    How village pensioners get out is unknown.

    The 1 kilometer of the road costs the budget of 1 million Euros.
    Repaired the street in the fall, stole a lot of dough to repair
    and in the spring that road went in waves. I was embarrassed about a week,
    searched extreme, yes and good. They will not shoot for sabotage,
    as with Vissarionyche.

    I want to say a few words about the leisure of our elite,
    namely, the incident on the "royal hunt."
    It was at the end of the year, the action took place in the reserve.
    People gathered for various data from a few dozen to one and a half hundred: politicians, government officials and businessmen. The cream of society, so to speak.
    Our elite gave a hunt for a hog, and they shot down a young and successful entrepreneur.
    This became known weeks 3 later, and the guy had long been buried quietly in a closed coffin in an elite cemetery. Relatives are silent, no one makes a complaint.
    Rumor has it that either the prosecutor general or the judge of the Appeals Chamber shot.
    Nobody made up the list of participants, no records were found in the district hospital, and they did not take a weapon for examination.
    Investigation of the incident involved in the hunt participants themselves.

    Why do I continue to live in this country?
    This is my homeland. And the birthplace of my parents. And my grandfathers.
    Already several generations of my ancestors were born, lived and died on this earth.
    I speak Russian and Moldavian equally, and both languages ​​are native to me.
    I lived and worked in Romania for some time and made sure that the people there are mostly thieving, deceitful, petty and puffy.
    I am so disappointed in our Romanian brothers that there are no words.
    The Russian people rescued us for so many centuries in a row and pulled our ears,
    and we repay him the prezhesty for the most marvelous.
    Forgive us, brothers-Slavs!
    For many of us go in the wake of the "whistlers" and do not know
    what they do and how things can turn around.