Dushko, this farse of Americans being rich sure is fed to the world by the Hollywood movies, but live in America yourself and you see the situation is different.
You are correct! Most Europeans fail to see the many problems we have in the USA but instead count on us to save them by aspiring to be EU members. There are so many, many problems here that can potentially topple the country, too numerous to count including economic, racial, moral, ethical, gluttony, etc. Why would anybody want to emulate us? The Slavic countries should get their acts togethers and solve their own problems instead of believing the evil westerners have their best interests in mind.
PS - 50 years ago, America may have been a good bet to help you. However since then the people here have become so tremendously corrupted and evil, they have even destroyed their own country and themselves.
Sokol, good luck in any sort of Slavic Unity based on virtuous leaders, it will never happen especially hitching your wagons to the west. I have been trying to show you guys what is happening here to show you what you will experience by being members of the EU. Sadly, most of you are too bigoted, stupid and blind to heed my warnings of doom and destruction. Indeed, instead of uniting and working together to build a sustainable, prosperous alliance based on common interests, the Slavic fiefdoms like Poland, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Croatia and Serbia are hoping that the criminals in the west will save them. From what? The USA is broke both financially and morally, what do they really have to give?
I am against hitching our wagon to the west, the west is dried up, thats why they are dividing and conquering us, because all Slavic countries are rich and untouched. And the only reason Slavic countries have survived the attacks from the west is because we maintained our virtues, But now with TV and popular media they have attacked us and are in the process of destroying our faith.
Everybody is becoming a know it all, with no fear or shame of anything. Nothing is sacred anymore. The west has managed to feed us that shit, and we swallowed it hook line and sinker. And they continue to chop us and divide us until they get controll over our countries one country at at time. The tool they are using for that is the EU, Bulgaria bit the Dust, the heroic polish people are working in all the bars and restaurants in England the Czech republic has become a top sex tourism destination etc etc. Thats what the EU brought to those slavic countries.
What we should have done and what we should do is unite by any means possible even if we are threatened by attack. And we should have and should go for that unity all or nothing.
If we all live in one big Slavic country there can be no more territorial disputes because all of that is Slavic. Serbia and the Balkans should have been made a huge military front with all Slavic peoples together forming divisions to protect our Christian virtuous way of life and Slavdom in general
Those who are educated will know what the below means. Si vis pacem, para bellum
And as far as your comment about "good luck with the virtuous slavic union" My response to you is if it is not virtuous then it is worthless, and I don't care for it and it means nothing. The Slavs should be the protectors of the virtues and ensure them for everybody. Why? because we can be, and it is our duty to god to use all we have as efficiently as we can....... and we have allot. God has given us rich lands, quality in our people, it is our duty to protect the virtues we all know are right.
Sokol, you make sense, but as long a men are invloved greed will win out over country and pride. I am sure the treasonous leaders of Poland, Slovakia, etc. have been bribed by the devils in the west to sell out to the EU. Just like the business leaders here sell their souls to the Chinese, so does the scumbags who sell out Poland, Serbia, etc. to the EU. I have been warning you people how the USA does not even give a shit about Americans (especially whitey), so what would you expect from them on how they will treat you? Instead, I get insults instead of understanding of my warnings. The USA is a society on the brink of collapse and they will take you down with them.
Post by TsarSamuil on Nov 22, 2010 17:43:06 GMT -5
Scientists Raise Alarm over Apocalyptic Scenario for Bulgarian Ethnicity.
Novinite.com Society | November 22, 2010, Monday
The Center for Demographic Policy in Sofia has alarmed that by 2050, ethnic Bulgarians would have become a minority in their own country.
Prof. Petar Ivanov from the Center has presented projections that the ethnic Bulgarians might decline to 800 000 in 2050. At the same time, there will be 3.5 million Roma and 1.2 million ethnic Turks in the country, he says as cited by the Trud Daily in an alarmist front page article.
If the current demographic rates are preserved, the Center has estimated that in 2100 there will be only 300 000 ethnic Bulgarians in Bulgaria, 8 million Roma, and 1.5 million ethnic Turks.
The Center for Demographic Policy refers to census statistics from the beginning of the 20th century showing that around 1900 there were 2.9 million ethnic Bulgarians, 800 000 ethnic Turks, and 60 000 ethnic Roma.
At present the ethnic Bulgarians in Bulgaria are estimated at 5 million, the ethnic Turks at around 1 million, and the Roma at 1 million, according to the center.
Trendafil Mitev, a political science professor at the University for National and World Economy in Sofia is cited as saying that the Bulgarian politicians appear to be helpless before the demographic crisis.
According to the dean of the Geography Department at Sofia University Petar Slaveykov, the demographic situation will lead to huge issues in the educational system and the science and creative potential of the country.
The Center uniting scientists, university professors and public figures is working on a strategy to avoid what has been described as a possible demographic catastrophe.
The organization has demanded a special institution to take care of ethnic Bulgarians, warning that at present there are institutions taking care only of the groups classified as ethnic minorities. It has also submitted a letter to Prime Minister Boyko Borisov warning him about the problem.
Last Edit: Feb 15, 2015 10:02:52 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
Post by TsarSamuil on Nov 23, 2010 10:43:44 GMT -5
Moving this post here instead.
Putin's Baby Boom Spurs Importers.
themoscowtimes.com 26 October 2010 By Derek Andersen
Thanks to a demographic blip and some help from the state, the birthrate is rising in Russia, and the market for children's products is following suit, with imports playing the dominant role.
The market is growing by 15 percent a year, said Antonina Tsitsulina, president of the Children's Goods Industry Enterprises Association. Imports account for 65 percent of all sales, while the biggest overall segment is clothes and shoes, which make up 44 percent of total sales.
"Russia's positive socio-economic development and its state policy on the family and children are directly reflected in the development of the children's goods market," Tsitsulina said, adding that the market is now worth $14.5 billion.
Tsitsulina's optimism differs radically from demographic discussions of even five years ago, when concerns over the aging population and falling birthrate were so high that they were the main topics addressed in President Vladimir Putin's 2006 state-of-the-nation speech.
There was a demographic spike in the Soviet Union between 1980 and 1987, Tsitsulina said. People born during that time will be at their peak reproductive age between 2007 and 2015, resulting in a growing number of young families.
In 2009, the birthrate in Russia showed a 2.8 percent increase over the previous year, according to the Health and Social Development Ministry, and that trend is continuing. Putin noted in June that the birthrate had risen by 1.3 percent in the first four months of this year alone.
The turnaround has been encouraged by the government's Maternal Capital program, which began at the end of 2006.
Women giving birth to or adopting a second child, if that child is a Russian citizen, are eligible to apply for a one-time payment from the state. The size of the grant was set at 250,000 rubles at the beginning of the program. Due to indexing for inflation, it has grown to 343,278 rubles ($11,400) in 2010.
The average annual income in Russia as of April of this year was about $7,500, according to the State Statistics Service.
In addition to Maternal Capital, the federal and regional governments have for many years given mothers monthly stipends, but they tend to be relatively low.
Maternal Capital money can be put toward housing and education or it can be added to the mother's pension account. Single fathers have also won the right to participate in the program.
The resulting boost to disposable income may explain another phenomenon noted on the market since the beginning of the economic crisis.
"It is a peculiarity of the Russian mentality. Consumers have economized on everything except the children's retail segment," said Ivan Fedyakov, head of INFOLine information agency.
The crisis has even had positive side effects on the children's goods market, Fedyakov said, by allowing children's retailers to expand into commercial premises left vacant by other failed businesses and into regions where they had previously not been present.
The challenge they face now, Fedyakov said, is competition from large discount chains that have entered the promising market.
Russia's largest seller of children's goods is the Detsky Mir chain, which has 130 stores in 68 cities and is owned by Sistema.
While the company did experience a drop in sales during the financial crisis, it saw a 9 percent increase in 2009 and expects a 12 percent increase this year, Detsky Mir public relations director Yelizaveta Totunova said.
"The orientation toward foreign producers is largely connected with the greater functionality of foreign clothing," Totunova said.
Russian industry is beginning to catch up.
"Detsky Mir sells a collection of its own production, under the Futurino brand name. It is a good alternative for price and quality and is in high demand from buyers," Totunova said.
Baby food is another market dominated by foreign companies. Nestle has the biggest presence in Russia, with more than 25 percent of the market.
"The Russian market for baby food is constantly growing," said Denis Voityuk, Nestle regional director for baby food. "That growth did not stop even during the economic crisis because parents do not economize on food for their children and they try to provide them with quality food from well-known producers."
"It is hard to overcome the dominance of global brands in Russia today," said Oleg Ochinsky, chief executive of Nutritek Group, which occupies fifth place among domestic baby food manufacturers. "The buyer's choice is often tied to aggressive promotion more than quality. Global corporations have colossal financial resources."
"Demand is on the rise, as is interest in domestic goods and the low-end segment. The buyer is paying more attention to the quality and affordability of products," he said.
The Votkinsk Factory in the Udmurt region, famous for ballistic missiles and mini-washing machines, also produced the most popular baby carriages during Soviet times. A company spokeswoman said they now almost exclusively sell carriages imported from China, and have concentrated their own manufacturing resources on children's furniture.
"The [children's furniture] market is improving and our assortment is improving as well," said the spokeswoman, who did not identify herself.
Kimberly-Clark opened a $170 million plant in Stupino, outside Moscow, to produce Huggies disposable diapers in June of this year. The American company has been active in Russia since 1996. "[The company] has increased its sales 10 times in 10 years in the region," chief executive Thomas Falk said last summer.
The major competitor for diapers is Pampers, which Procter & Gamble has produced in Russia since 2005.
Alexei Vershinin, a Muscovite father of four, confirmed the market boom, but bemoaned the prices.
"You can get almost everything, from clothes to toys, locally," Vershinin said, "if you have enough money. But prices are several times higher than in the U.S. or Europe, which is why we buy over the Internet. Even with shipping fees, we save a lot."
Post by TsarSamuil on Jan 14, 2011 12:40:41 GMT -5
Third of Poles don’t want children.
Metro 14.01.2011 15:22
One third of Poles do not plan to have any children at all, shows a report by the Labour Ministry.
The reason why so many Poles decide not to have children are connected to low salaries and unstable labour market, a lack of help from the state and lack of help from a partner in bringing up children and sharing domestic duties.
The report shows that man spend twice less time with children than women (223 minutes a week compared to 403 minutes).
According to the Central Statistical Office, population growth in Poland has been slowing down year by year since 1984. Between 2003 and 2005 more people died in Poland than were born.
Recently the birth rate in Poland increased owing to baby boom generation setting up families. It is estimated that by 2030 the number of Poles will decrease by two million, which will dramatically impair the pension system.
Poland has one of the lowest birth rates in the EU. (mg)
Post by TsarSamuil on Feb 17, 2011 15:49:44 GMT -5
Meh, how about families with at least 3 children instead of more than 3? Otherwise Muslims will steal the money...
Russia approves program to fight demographic crisis.
The Russian government has approved a national demographic program for 2011-2015 aimed at maintaining the population at its current level, Health Minister Tatyana Golikova said on Thursday.
Currently, 143.2 million people live in Russia. The program stipulates that between 142 and 143 million people will live in the country by 2016. The program is also aimed at increasing the expected lifespan to 70 years, as well as boosting the birth rate.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday instructed the government to consider ways to introduce substantial tax breaks for families with more than three children.
In late December, Medvedev said that Russia's new concern with the deteriorating demographic situation was essential.
"We need to have the correct attitude toward children. Without this we have no future," he said.
Post by TsarSamuil on Feb 23, 2011 14:51:07 GMT -5
Child birth benefits up in Ukraine.
KYIV, February 23 /UKRINFORM/. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the decision to increase cash assistance for childbirth. This was announced during a briefing at the Cabinet of Ministers Wednesday by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Social Policy Serhiy Tihipko.
Starting this year, for the first child parents will receive assistance of 22 cost of living sums. The size of the first one-time payment will amount to 7,344 UAH, and then during 12 months the parents will receive 884 UAH a month. In total, the payments will amount to 17,952 UAH. Earlier, the amount of this assistance was 12,240 UAH (1 USD - 7.94 UAH), Tihipko reminded.
After the birth of the second child, benefits will make 45 living wages, which is 36,720 UAH. The third child will bring to its parents 73,440 UAH.
In 2005, a total of 426.1 thousand children were born Ukraine, in 2006 - 460 thousand, 2007 - 472.7, 2008 - 510.6, 2009 - 512.5 and in 2010 - 497.7 thousand children.
Post by TsarSamuil on Mar 14, 2011 16:52:47 GMT -5
Czech population rises in 2010, but fewer kids born year-on-year.
Čtk.cz 14.03.2011, 09:54
Prague - The Czech Republic´s population rose by 26,000 in 2010, to 10,532,770 people as of the end of December, according to the fresh data the Czech Statistical Office (CSU) released today.
The overall population increase was one-third lower than in 2009.
The numbers of newly-born children and immigrants each declined year-on-year.
Nevertheless, the number of births still exceeded the number of deaths, by 10,300.
A total of 117,200 children were born last year, which is 1,200 fewer than in 2009.
The number of births declined for the second consecutive year.
A total of 106,800 people died last year, 600 fewer than in 2009.
The population increased by 15,600 as a result of immigration, though the number of immigrants dropped by 9,500 year-on-year, while the number of those moving out from the Czech Republic grew by 3,200 year-on-year.
The number of newly concluded marriages declined by 1,100 to 46,700.
The number of divorces increased by 1,600 year-on-year. A total of 30,800 marriages got divorced in 2010.
Post by TsarSamuil on Mar 22, 2011 12:32:40 GMT -5
More Abortions, Fewer Babies in Bulgaria 2010.
Novinite.com Society | March 22, 2011, Tuesday
A total of 34 000 abortions were done in Bulgaria in 2010, which is a 10 000 increase compared with the previous year, Bulgarian medics announced Tuesday at a press conference.
Most of the abortions have been prompted by unwanted pregnancy – around 20 000, the others have been caused by medical issues. Besides the official figures, some 12 000 illegal abortions were committed in the country in 2010, mostly among teenage girls and young women, Totko Naydenov, MD and editor-in-chief of the 'Bulgarian Doctor' newspaper, revealed.
During the same period in Bulgaria, 81 000 children were born, while 108 000 individuals have died, which shows that its alarming population decline continues.
Can a mini-baby boom in Poland – especially in urban areas – save the country’s dim demographic prospects? The fact is, that, by 2035, there will exist 2 million less Poles, which can have a broad impact on the economy and other spheres.
Magdalena Jensen looks at recent trends in birthrates and how they may (or may not) means good things for Poland’s demographic outlook.
Most Bulgarian women are, on average, just over 26.5 years of age when they give birth for the first time, which makes them the youngest mums in the European Union, according to the latest Eurostat Demography Report.
The commission's biennial Demography Report for 2010 shows that Irish mothers are the oldest among the countries from the European bloc. Romania has the second-youngest mums in the EU at 26.9 years.
The European average age for women giving birth is 29.7.
Bulgaria has registered the largest increase of its fertility rate in the EU for the 2003 – 2008 period - from 1.23 children per woman in 2003 to 1.57 in 2009, according to the report.
The European Union, with a population of half a billion, is facing important demographic changes, the report says.
While the population is getting older, fertility has begun to increase again, life expectancy keeps growing and the EU continues to attract a large number of immigrants, it points out.
Post by TsarSamuil on May 26, 2011 17:34:04 GMT -5
End of the Polish baby boom?
In 2010, much to the amazement of demographers, the number of children born in Poland dropped for the first time in seven years.
In 2009 over 419,000 children were born, while in 2010 that number had dropped to 413,000.
In fertility terms, Poland currently holds 209th place out of a ranking of 223 countries across the world. The daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna warns that the long-term consequences to Poland’s pension scheme may be dire if the birth-rate does not increase soon.
Apart from ongoing economic pressures thanks to the global financial crisis, the daily writes that Poland is in need of an effective pro-family policy, including the better organisation of pre-schooling and childcare.
“The state should wake up and work out that efforts are needed to be undertaken now, and not put off for later,” Irena Kotowska, a demographer from the Warsaw School of Economics told the daily. (jb)
White Cossack: I wouldn't be surprised. Democrats stand die interracial cuckoldry and LGBTetc rights, so Russia ist their main enemy.
Dec 28, 2020 17:31:32 GMT -5
White Cossack: stand FOR
Dec 28, 2020 17:32:30 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: Mega Threads
Dec 29, 2020 16:48:41 GMT -5
White Cossack: What d' yer mean?
Jan 1, 2021 9:46:52 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: oh, i'm merging threads together, was 316 pages, impossible to navigate..
Jan 2, 2021 21:20:59 GMT -5
Slavislav: Well,seems this place is on it's last legs.
Feb 25, 2021 3:15:05 GMT -5
White Cossack: Slavija will live forever.
Feb 27, 2021 17:18:22 GMT -5
ZlatkoLukic: Putin reminds me of Tito. A great leader, nur he should not forget that there will also bei a time after him.
Mar 14, 2021 16:35:38 GMT -5
ZlatkoLukic: Who will rule Russia then?
Mar 14, 2021 16:36:47 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: sergei lavrov i would guess
Mar 14, 2021 18:48:43 GMT -5
ZlatkoLukic: Lavrov is older than RasPutin.
Mar 15, 2021 15:36:02 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: not a fan of Lavrov, but do you trust anyone young? I like Viktor Orban, but he was educated in Soros college, he is one that turned against his teachings...who knows what nonsense since fall of USSR young Russians have taken in? Look at Serbia
Mar 18, 2021 14:59:57 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: again n again Serbia elected 'nationalists' that turned out to be Washington puppets..look at Serbia's president n prime minister...we need men with history of serving the motherland, lets not gamble.
Mar 18, 2021 15:01:20 GMT -5
White Cossack: It seems the USA push for war in U-Krajina.
Apr 2, 2021 9:22:55 GMT -5