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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    not included Hungary that is however protected by EU strong leadership (specially kind to Hungary) not to order the Sputnik...
    bollox, Hungary can buy their vaccine where ever they want if they pay the bill themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    bollox, Hungary can buy their vaccine where ever they want if they pay the bill themselves.
    (How heart-breaking the worry of EU...)

    EU leaders drag their feet in providing coronavirus vaccine - commentary
    Brussels has a 'dislike for common sense solutions'

    November 03, 2020

    MAGYAR HÍRLAP
    While the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is still ahead of us, European Union leaders stick to their bureaucratic ways, thereby effectively slowing down the effort, Magyar Hírlap columnist Mariann Őry writes.

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    In fact, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán recently announced that Hungary is in negotiations for Chinese and Russian vaccines. This is the right approach because, to quote Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Tamás Menczer, it is in our basic interest that the antidote to the coronavirus, a vaccine, should reach Hungary, no matter where it is first produced.

    But, not so fast, claimed Brussels, where there is a particular dislike for solutions that are quick, efficient and based on common sense. Eric Mamer, a spokesman for the European Commission, said, without mentioning Hungary, that it is not possible to buy and use a vaccine from a non-EU country in the European Union without complying with the necessary and valid EU procedures and requirements.

    https://rmx.news/article/article/eu-leaders-drag-their-feet-in-providing-coronavirus-vaccine-commentary





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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Russia got the vaccine before the west you brainless fucking imbecile.

    trade-named Sputnik V (V for vaccine), is a COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, and registered on 11 August 2020 by the Russian Ministry of Health.

    at least 30 countries were interested in obtaining the Russian vaccine and Russia will be able to produce more than one billion doses a year in five countries.[12][13] Seven countries (India, Brazil, Uzbekistan, Mexico, Nepal, Egypt and Kazakhstan) ordered millions of Sputnik V doses from Russia as of November 2020.[14]
    Normally I would say Backspin also has parkinson like his comrade Putin. But parkinson damages the brain and Backspin is missing this 3 pound organ. I guess you could say Backspin parkinson had no chance to start with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    (How heart-breaking the worry of EU...)

    EU leaders drag their feet in providing coronavirus vaccine - commentary
    Brussels has a 'dislike for common sense solutions'

    November 03, 2020

    MAGYAR HÍRLAP
    While the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is still ahead of us, European Union leaders stick to their bureaucratic ways, thereby effectively slowing down the effort, Magyar Hírlap columnist Mariann Őry writes.

    --
    In fact, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán recently announced that Hungary is in negotiations for Chinese and Russian vaccines. This is the right approach because, to quote Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Tamás Menczer, it is in our basic interest that the antidote to the coronavirus, a vaccine, should reach Hungary, no matter where it is first produced.

    But, not so fast, claimed Brussels, where there is a particular dislike for solutions that are quick, efficient and based on common sense. Eric Mamer, a spokesman for the European Commission, said, without mentioning Hungary, that it is not possible to buy and use a vaccine from a non-EU country in the European Union without complying with the necessary and valid EU procedures and requirements.

    https://rmx.news/article/article/eu-leaders-drag-their-feet-in-providing-coronavirus-vaccine-commentary
    Since when is Hungary complying with the necessary and valid EU procedures and requirements ?

    Dumbest thing I read....then again.....I'am getting used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Russia got the vaccine before the west you brainless fucking imbecile.

    trade-named Sputnik V (V for vaccine), is a COVID-19 vaccine candidate developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology, and registered on 11 August 2020 by the Russian Ministry of Health.

    at least 30 countries were interested in obtaining the Russian vaccine and Russia will be able to produce more than one billion doses a year in five countries.[12][13] Seven countries (India, Brazil, Uzbekistan, Mexico, Nepal, Egypt and Kazakhstan) ordered millions of Sputnik V doses from Russia as of November 2020.[14]

    I guess you can throw those orders down the toilette bowl. Germany's second company (CureVac) is coming around the corner with another very promising vaccine. By the way, I recommend very much to buy this stock. But please no ruble (0,011 ruble = 1 Euro ) !

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Since when is Hungary complying with the necessary and valid EU procedures and requirements ?
    Since when the EU's non-elected executives may command a sovereign country?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Dumbest thing I read....then again.....I'am getting used to it.
    You should read more of our Russian friend's posts . . . he can outdo Skidmark on a good day

    Like this:

    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Since when the EU's non-elected executives may command a sovereign country?
    Seriously, tovarish . . . try to make some sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Panama skat is a brainless dunder head that thinks any country that isn't fully aligned with the USA is a crazy place with no rule of law.
    Anybody with an ego inflated to the size that Panama has (all knowing )will have no trouble ignoring this, sure you realise that................... Carry on bickering children

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Since when the EU's non-elected executives may command a sovereign country?
    You don't think a country, when applying for and receiving EU membership, have to sign an agreement on following EU's rules of work?

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    So, you think that the EU sovereign countries had signed a proclamation they will never buy (or sell) anything without EU consent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    So, you think that the EU sovereign countries had signed a proclamation they will never buy (or sell) anything without EU consent?
    Hey guys, wadda ya think? Should I try to explain it to him or a waste of time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Uncanny . . .
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Uncanny . . .
    how may more times will you post it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Uncanny . . .
    Yes you are right! Very uncanny

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Hey guys, wadda ya think? Should I try to explain it to him or a waste of time?
    It's surprising that you even tried given our Russian friend's dense nature


    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    how may more times will you post it?
    Seeing as this is an open forum not controlled by a communist totalitarian overlord . . . as often as I wish.

    It's odd that with all the shit you post that you'd have a problem with such an small word

    Uncanny

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Hey guys, wadda ya think? Should I try to explain it to him or a waste of time?

    You are a braindead square head sour kraut

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Hey guys, wadda ya think? Should I try to explain it to him or a waste of time?
    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    You are a braindead square head sour kraut
    You can try Skidmark, our resident neo-Nazi rape-apologist next - same result

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    Putin looked strong again in his presser. It's a win for Russia and he saved what was left of Negarno Karabak.

    Putin should get the Nobel peace prize for stitching thjs up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Putin looked strong again in his presser.
    Yes, the tough questions he simply engaged . . . amazing the strength one has when one controls the media, government, military, police etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Putin looked strong again in his presser. It's a win for Russia and he saved what was left of Negarno Karabak.

    Putin should get the Nobel peace prize for stitching thjs up

    Hey Backspinov, how much Vodka do you have in your Russian blood?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Hey Backspinov, how much Vodka do you have in your Russian blood?
    So he isn't a serb then ?

    Hey, Backsspin

    People with relations to Germany hate Serbia.
    Why ?

    Because you kicked their ass in both world wars

    That's why they are so fond of the croatian Ustasha facists.



    Now that animosity should be cleared up

    Glad to help


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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    So he isn't a serb then ?
    Skidmark is a Canadian with Dutch roots who adores Milosevic and admires him for his war crimes . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    People with relations to Germany hate Serbia.
    Why ?

    Because you kicked their ass in both world wars

    That's why they are so fond of the croatian Ustasha facists.
    And also so fond of the neighbours, some accuse them they deal with body parts.
    Surely conspiracy, as it is spread up everywhere...

    The court (the special one) will surely find the truth...

    Kosovo ex-president Thaci denies war crimes in Hague court

    Hashim Thaci pleads not guilty to war crimes charges as he appears for first time at special international court.

    Kosovo ex-president Thaci denies war crimes in Hague court | Kosovo | Al Jazeera

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Skidmark is a Canadian with Dutch roots who adores Milosevic and admires him for his war crimes . . .
    Help !

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    Valery Solovey: Russian pundit who raised concerns about Putin's health, arrested

    Valery Solovey, a Russian conspiracy pundit who suggested earlier this week on a Moscow radio station that Putin was under pressure from his entourage to step down due to fears for his health, has been arrested.


    According to the New York Post, Solovei said Putin would soon appoint a new prime minister who would be groomed to become his eventual successor.


    On Sunday, local paper Fontanka announced that the political specialist had been confined for breaking the area's Covid avoidance laws – explicitly those requiring the wearing of veils – at what police say was an assembly for his 'Peremen' resistance development.

    As per reports, the occasion was upset by counter-dissidents, who tossed smoke bombs and dissipated pamphlets. Solovey was confined and taken to a close-by police headquarters.


    Solovei disclosed to Moscow's Novaya Gazeta paper from in a correctional facility that he was "simply strolling" past the social occasion, and that activists had moved toward him to pose inquiries. Solovey has been the source of a series of increasingly outlandish claims in recent months about Vladimir Putin, with him alleging as early as 2016 that the president would imminently stand down on health grounds. Up until this point, these expectations have neglected to emerge.


    Nonetheless, that hasn't kept him from stirring theory in Western media, with sources including the UK's Daily Mail and the New York Post spreading his demand that the president had Parkinson's, and afterward that Putin had gone through mystery medical procedure for malignancy. Before, Solovey has said that he is an individual from a shadowy global association, more impressive than public governments.


    In a meeting with a Ukrainian writer, he portrayed the gathering as "more grounded than the FSB [Russia's top security agency], more grounded than the SVR [Russia's fundamental unfamiliar insight agency], and more grounded than Russia's Military Intelligence (the GRU)." He noted, however, that it is "not a mysterious association," and has nothing to do with the Templars and Freemasons.


    It stays not yet clear whether US and UK columnists – in the event that it suits their account to cover the episode – will become tied up with his most recent case that he incidentally turned out to stroll past a gathering of his allies that was being held in opposition to Covid-19 laws.


    Valery Solovey: Russian pundit who raised concerns about Putin's health, arrested, World News | wionews.com

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    Oops he might be getting a cup of Vlad's "special" tea....

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