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Old December 21st, 2013, 06:36 AM   #351
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It's Romanian government's fault their forgot about their brethren in Bulgaria.
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Old December 21st, 2013, 06:39 AM   #352
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But Vlahs in Bulgaria HAS NOT got assimilated?!? There is Romanian churches in Bulgaria, etc etc.
Well I know many Vlachs from North Bulgaria and they say they are being forced to state they're Bulgarian in the census or they'll have problems and they comply.
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Old December 21st, 2013, 06:56 AM   #353
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That doesn't change the fact turks penetrated Bulgaria and Greece real good

It is really shame what happened after balkan wars.. No country managed to keep those territories...Romania lost Basarabia, Basarabia lost for ever Buceag an North Bucovina...Bulgaria lost Macedonia that was brain washed by Serbia in russian style..Greece also lost some territories...Serbia is just a small region today with a big minority of vlachs and mostly hungarians..

I don't know what is the problem with Macedonia but hope one day you will reunite with them...i mean if you speak the same language, same religion,traditions,culture..i don't see why not.

Also In Moldova now from 1 december 2013 they are going for Eu..they put on 6 december 2013 romanian like official language, replaced russian Tv in Chisinau with Romanain TV..easy in time the half of moldovan population brainwashed by rusians hope they will learn they are romanians not just moldovans..
Yes, that is correct. The historical conclusion is exactly as you wrote. Greece also lost it`s Asian territories, and in fact all the Balkan states got smaller and weaker.

Actually it is logical.
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Old December 21st, 2013, 07:08 AM   #354

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well just do it (csináld csak) if you feel like that way, but i don't get why do you start to insult Hungarians even when you react to the post of an Albanian user. Little pathological hatred?
my appologise for you, personally. I thought he is hungarian(I was a bit under the influence of some brandy): I'm fed up how many times hungarians attacked, unprovoked, romanian language(ugly gypsy language, etc)
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Old December 21st, 2013, 07:28 AM   #355

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Dear Romanians, it's your authorities fault that the vlachs in Bulgaria got assimilated. I mean there are Bulgarian schools for expats abroad, and also newspapers in Bulgarian, yet I haven't heard of any foreigners making Romanian, Greek or whatever schools and newspapers here in Bulgaria. So it's your own fault I guess.
partially you are right. but there is not only this: romanian gouvernment financed some schools near Vidin, but romanians are still teased by bulgarian authorities.

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Românii din Bulgaria exaspera?i de ac?iunile antiromâne?ti din Bulgaria, scriu conducerii statului român | Politic

The title: "Romanians from Bulgaria exasperațed by the anti-romanian actions, wtite to romanian leadership"
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Old December 21st, 2013, 08:44 AM   #356
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partially you are right. but there is not only this: romanian gouvernment financed some schools near Vidin, but romanians are still teased by bulgarian authorities.

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Românii din Bulgaria exaspera?i de ac?iunile antiromâne?ti din Bulgaria, scriu conducerii statului român | Politic

The title: "Romanians from Bulgaria exasperațed by the anti-romanian actions, wtite to romanian leadership"
The site reeks of ultranationalistic nutsies. It's basically a one-sided and nazi-esque view of how our neighbours are out to get us and that we need a more aggressive (militiaristic, probably?) foreign policy.
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Old December 21st, 2013, 08:53 AM   #357

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This thread is an example why Romania and Bulgaria are the poorest countries in Europe, and why bulgarians and romanians are disliked everywhere in the world. Shame on all of you.
Also the romanians showed in this thread that they are more balkanian then they previously thought.
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Old December 21st, 2013, 09:14 AM   #358

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The site reeks of ultranationalistic nutsies. It's basically a one-sided and nazi-esque view of how our neighbours are out to get us and that we need a more aggressive (militiaristic, probably?) foreign policy.
wow, what harsh words for a poor site!!!
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It's basically a one-sided
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we need a more aggressive
what about this:
ROMANII DIN BULGARIA ?
this site says the same things!
What about this:
Despre comunitatea româneasc? din Bulgaria | AMBASADA ROMÂNIEI în Republica Bulgaria ?

are you sure you are not russian? only russians make nazy all is not convenient for them!
I see you entered this forum to reply this.
Could you explai what and why reeks as ultranationalist and nazi-esque?
And where this says we should have a militaristic politic?
It is something wrong that a minority ask for state payed education in maternal language?
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Old December 21st, 2013, 09:15 AM   #359

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This thread is an example why Romania and Bulgaria are the poorest countries in Europe, and why bulgarians and romanians are disliked everywhere in the world. Shame on all of you.
Also the romanians showed in this thread that they are more balkanian then they previously thought.
should we take it seriously?
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Old December 21st, 2013, 09:38 AM   #360
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This thread is an example why Romania and Bulgaria are the poorest countries in Europe, and why bulgarians and romanians are disliked everywhere in the world. Shame on all of you.
Also the romanians showed in this thread that they are more balkanian then they previously thought.
It's not like it's their fault. Afaik, our country's brand of communism in which nationalism reigns basically rewrote our region's history in our favour. Most people believe that we're dacians with "just a dash" of roman blood in our veins -- which is an indicator of just how ridiculous they are.

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It is something wrong that a minority ask for state payed education in maternal language?
Why do you even care whether romanian-bulgarians speak romanian or not? Just like we, romanians, want the romanian-hungarians to speak romanian in our country, so do the bulgarians have a right to enforce bulgarian on romanian-bulgarians.
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