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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by diktotar on Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:05 pm

Hubert de Montmirail wrote:radije ovo, perfekcija



to jeste bio prvi pik, ali je ponuda bar onlajn prilicno tuzna, lose replike za skupe novce. to treba opipati lajv negde na potezu lajpcig - berlin i naci kvalitetnije.


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Re: EU - what's next?

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Hubert de Montmirail wrote:radije ovo, perfekcija

Bitchin, a naročito autohtoni bog fudbala Ulf.
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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by Hubert de Montmirail on Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:17 pm

uf uf

mada fale Sammer i vođ Kajzerslauternove navale, brka Olaf Marschall.


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Post by Zuper on Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:58 pm

diktotar wrote:
Hubert de Montmirail wrote:radije ovo, perfekcija



to jeste bio prvi pik, ali je ponuda bar onlajn prilicno tuzna, lose replike za skupe novce. to treba opipati lajv negde na potezu lajpcig - berlin i naci kvalitetnije.

Ima na tome potezu kvalitenih nazija samo nisam siguran da vole pipkanje...Mada, Ernts Rem...


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Why Austria May Elect the World’s Youngest Leader
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Austrians seem set to overthrow their present political order for a neophyte leader who’d become the world’s youngest head of government. Federal elections are Oct. 15, and polls indicate voters will choose 31-year-old Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz from the conservative People’s Party to form a new government. Despite overseeing the fastest economic growth in six years, current Chancellor Christian Kern, from the Social Democratic Party, looks set to lose support and is preparing to enter parliamentary opposition.
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Post by Mr.Pink on Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:04 pm

e, ja sam na nekom buvljaku u francuskoj nabavio bio jednu takvu slicnu old skul adidas trenerku iz sedamdeset i neke. imala je taj okovratnik visok, uzana, u perfektnom stanju. i jednoga dana u nekoj žurbi, pošto je bila na dnu ormana, ne razmišljajući previše uzeh da je peglam.

kako sam se bio smorio.


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Post by паће on Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:08 pm

Шае онда било, бацио си пеглу?


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Post by William Murderface on Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:26 am

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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by Kinder Lad on Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:35 am

Ne znam samo šta predlaže. Da bi se nekad, tj jednom eventualno vodila evropska socijalna politika, prvo je treba imati čime voditi. Švedska je na primer, bar u odnosu na veliku većinu ostalih, zemlja visokog stepena socijalnih prava građana. Ali Švedsku kao entitet teško da su pravili socijalisti.


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Post by Zuper on Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:58 am

Na svedski model je uticala Oktobarska revolucija. Pre toga bili prilicno surovi kapitalisti...
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Post by Gargantua on Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:58 pm

Eastern resentment of Germany spells trouble for Berlin and Brussels
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In Central and Eastern Europe, wage convergence with the West has stalled - and people are blaming Germany.

Germans are by now used to the fact that many people in Southern and Western Europe have not always been happy with Germany’s economic policy stance, especially its insistence of austerity during the euro-crisis. However, what has gone mostly under the radar is the fact that discontent with Germany’s economic dominance is also growing outside the euro area, and especially in the Central and Eastern European member states.

I observed this recently at a centre-left panel in the run-up to the Czech elections (scheduled for October 20/21). What quickly became obvious from the remarks of the participants is that there is deep anxiety about the fact that Czech wages are no longer showing much sign of catching up with the German level. While the 1990s and early 2000s saw a steady convergence, there has been no progress since 2007.



The blame for this aborted convergence is laid squarely at the foot of foreign investors, with a narrative that “Germany, France and the US have invested in the Czech Republic and are now syphoning off the profits while the Czechs stay poor”.

The source of discontent is that by now, basically all of the financial sector and half of the manufacturing sector is foreign-owned. The multinationals set the prices for the intermediary products that Czech factories produce, and by setting these prices low, they suppress wages in Czech Republic while boosting their margins.

One story which seems to be endlessly retold is that workers at the assembly lines at Volkswagen plants in the Czech Republic only earn a third of the wage of VW workers in Germany, even though the assembly lines run at the same speed at the ones in Wolfsburg. Hence, even though physical productivity of these Czech workers is supposedly the same as in Germany, wages are significantly lower. The value added thus extracted then can be distributed to German Volkswagen workers and shareholders – with alleged tacit support from the German government.

This change in the perception of the role of German companies is especially striking as many Central and Eastern European countries have long seen Germany as their main advocate in their quest for income convergence with the West. The Czech Republic, especially, had long endorsed an explicit policy of inviting foreign investors into the country to speed up their integration with global (and EU) markets.

This feeling of being second-class Europeans when it comes to wages also has consequences for other policy fields. One of the discussants went as far as saying that the Czechs’ resistance against accepting refugees comes from the feeling that Germany is behaving like an “imperial power”, and that the Czechs would have accepted refugees had Germany facilitated proper wage convergence.

This may be an exaggeration, but it demonstrates a surprising level of discontent with the economic bargain of EU membership. And it suggests that Berlin and Brussels may have neglected the issue of living standards in Central and Eastern Europe somewhat due to their understandable preoccupation with the euro crisis in the Union’s ‘inner core’.

Redressing this balance now looks necessary if the EU wants to constrain the growth of populism in these newer member states and keep them committed to the European project.

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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by Zuper on Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:21 pm

Stvarno neverovatno..

Uoci Prvog svetskog rata u Kajzerrajhu je bil polemika da li da se Evropa(pre svega istocna) uzima vojno ili samo ekonomski(kroz pandam Zollwerein-u, gde je Pruska dominirala nemackim drzavicama i tako istisnula Austriju, kroz zajednicku carinsku politiku...). Nacionalisti liberali, medju kojima je i cuveni Maks Veber(koji je bio prilican nemacki nacionalista), su se zalagali za ekonomsku porobljavanje ali da se formalno ostave drzave kao nezavisne, kao fol...na kraju je prevladala vojna struja iz odredjenih razloga, nebitno sada.
Ne znam tacno zasto sam vam ovo ispricao ali eto.


Ne doci ce zapadne kopmanije da te jadnako placaju kao u svojoj domicilnoj zemlji. Naravno da ne. A, ako ne budes slusao oni odose. Posto si ceo svoj razvoj bazirao na tome, postao neverovatno zavistan, prakticno si u kolonijlalnom polozaju.
U istocnoj Evropi, ako izumemo Rusiju, nema jake kompanije koja moze da se nosi sa najvecim svetskim kompanijama i kada dodje ponovo kriza ima da im ponovo pada BDP po 10%...Srbija je u takvom polozaju.
Ovde, kao ni na istoku Evrope, nema nikavkog ulaganja u razvoj tehnologije i nauke, sve zavisi od sdi...Nema od toga nista.

Tu su i komunisti bili daleko mudriji i odgovorniji prema drzavi. Komunistikce zemlje po istoku su ulagale puno u industriju, pa i naucna istrazivanja, kod komunista je nesto drugo bilo problem, to je bilo dobro. Sada najpametniji sa fakulteta idu u Nemacku dok drugi rade kao robovi za bedne palte u enmackim kompanijama koej rpeko toga uzimaju ekstra zaradu u tako finansiraju naucno-tehnoloska istrazivanja po svojom domicilnim drzavama i krug se nikada ne prekida jer su uvek ispred tehnoloski...

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Post by Zuper on Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:46 pm


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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by Zuper on Sat Oct 14, 2017 5:49 pm

Bio sam ubedjen da ce uspeh gospodina Kurca sve zadovoljiti sirom Evrope ali najnovije istrazivanje kaze da FPO ima prednost pred sutrasnje izbore u Austriji:

Austria, meinungsraum.at poll: FPÖ-ENF: 28.5% ↑ ÖVP-EPP: 26.5% ↑ SPÖ-S&D: 20% ↓ NEOS-ALDE: 7% ↑ PILZ-*: 6% ↑ GRÜNE-G/EFA: 4.5% ↓



Ipak, mislim da ce svi na kraju radovati Kurcom uspehu sutra uvece jer sve sto sam do sada video OVP je imao prednost u odnosu na FPO do par poslednjih dana.
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Post by паће on Sat Oct 14, 2017 6:06 pm

Zuper wrote:
Austria, meinungsraum.at poll: FPÖ-ENF: 28.5% ↑ ÖVP-EPP: 26.5% ↑ SPÖ-S&D: 20% ↓ NEOS-ALDE: 7% ↑ PILZ-*: 6% ↑ GRÜNE-G/EFA: 4.5% .

А тако се на аустријанском пише сепео.


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Post by Zuper on Sat Oct 14, 2017 6:14 pm

Kurjakova mladost...

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Post by Zuper on Sun Oct 15, 2017 12:12 pm

Poland: Record high for conservative PiS (ECR): 53% (CBOS poll)


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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by Zuper on Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:33 pm

Mozemo cestitati gospodinu Kurcu.
FPO je na granici najboljeg rezultata u istoriji
SPO jednog od najgorih
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Morace velika koalicija OVP i SPO ali onda FPO ostaje prakticno sam u opoziciji, mada nije prvi put, ali...
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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by rumbeando on Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:36 pm

Kurc je razbucao prethodnu koaliciju sa socijaldemokratama (SPÖ), ovo su vanredni izbori. Prilično je izvesna koalicija narodnjaka sa ekstremnom ("slobodarskom") desnicom ÖVP-FPÖ. Uz zelenog predsednika Van der Belena, zabava je garantovana.

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Post by Zuper on Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:40 pm

Nija dzaba Adolf iz Austrije, imali su osecaj za trendove
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Post by rumbeando on Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:43 pm

Iz jedne predizborne ankete. Pitanje glasi: "Ako Kurc pobedi, s kim treba da sastavi vladu?" SPÖ je vrlo omražen među populacijom.


http://www.oe24.at/oesterreich/politik/wahl2017/oevp/Letzte-Umfrage-vor-der-Wahl/303247208

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Post by Zuper on Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:50 pm

Koga briga za populaciju...
Inace FPO ima zanimljive zastitne boje stranke. Vremena se menjaju.
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Post by William Murderface on Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:52 pm

Zupere, čoveče, slošiće ti se od tolike kafe...


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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by Hubert de Montmirail on Sun Oct 15, 2017 8:23 pm

exit polls





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Re: EU - what's next?

Post by Mr.Pink on Sun Oct 15, 2017 8:31 pm

kurz inače pre izbora držao bukvicu talijanima kako ne smeju dozvoliti hiljadama izbeglicama iz s. afrike da se sa ostrva površine 20 km2 gde se nalazi italijanski prihvatni centar dokopaju kopna i austrije.


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Post by rumbeando on Sun Oct 15, 2017 8:59 pm

Hubert de Montmirail wrote:exit polls

Bajato ti je to, u međuvremenu je po svima SPÖ knap drugi, a Zeleni ispod cenzusa od 4%.

Edit: prebrojani su svi glasovi osim pisama (oko 700 hiljada), za njih je urađena procena:

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