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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3550 on: April 29, 2016, 06:16:20 AM »

SRBIN I HRVAT PRETUČENI ZBOG ZAMENE IDENTITETA "Italijanski policajci su nas skinuli gole i šutirali"


"Nikola Rodić tvrdi da im je italijanski inspektor koji ih je šutirao sve vreme govorio da su "Serbo merda" (srpska govna)"

Btw, evo kako izgleda taj dobričina & law obeying citizen:


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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3551 on: April 29, 2016, 11:28:41 AM »
Hrvat sa bosanskim pasošem i Srbin sa crnogorskim pasošem

 :lol:

fali Makedonac sa slovenačkim pasošem
Više volim da mi se neko izveštačeno osmehne, nego da se spontano izdere na mene.

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3552 on: April 29, 2016, 11:36:23 AM »
Al' zamisli rvatinu koga inspektor bije i uz to vređa na nacionalnoj osnovi... pa ovo je slučaj za Strazbur!

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« Reply #3553 on: April 29, 2016, 02:10:43 PM »
~QGO : Jednom u Spaniji sretnem naseg coveka i u prici saznam da je dve godine ziveo i radio bez papira u Becu. Kada sam ga pitao kako je to moguce on mrtav ladan kaze "Lako! Krenem na posao, odelo, kravata, aktovka... nikad trenerice i dziberisanje. Kod njih nema sanse da policija normalne ljude zaustavlja, legitimise, maltretira i tuce"
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« Reply #3554 on: April 29, 2016, 02:13:45 PM »
Vise srece ovoj dvojici intelektualaca sledeci put...
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« Reply #3555 on: April 29, 2016, 02:49:50 PM »
Green Beret who beat Afghan official over alleged child assault to stay in Army

By David Mark, CNN

Updated 6:12 AM ET, Fri April 29, 2016

A Green Beret who confronted an Afghan police official will stay in Army service

Martland and another officer beat a local police official who they concluded had been raping a small boy
Washington (CNN)The U.S. Army has reversed a decision to discharge a Green Beret for kicking and body slamming an Afghan police commander accused of sexually assaulting a boy.

The Army said in a statement Thursday night that Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland's status has changed, which allows him to continue Army service. The statement did not provide further details.

The decision was first reported by Fox News.

Martland and former Capt. Daniel Quinn were disciplined by the Army after they beat a powerful local police official who they concluded had been raping a small boy in northern Afghanistan in 2011. They say they had been encouraged by higher-ups that there was nothing to do about such horrific acts, that these were Afghan problems for the Afghan authorities to work out.
But the Afghan authorities wouldn't do anything about it, the two soldiers say.
According to a statement by Martland last year that was obtained by CNN, he and Quinn were told by a young Afghan boy and his mother, through an Afghan interpreter, that the boy had been tied to a post at the home of Afghan Local Police commander Abdul Rahman and raped repeatedly for up to two weeks. When his mother tried to stop the attacks, they said, Rahman's brother beat her.

"After the child rapist laughed it off and referenced that it was only a boy, Captain Quinn picked him up and threw him," Martland wrote. Martland then proceeded to "body slam him multiple times," kick him in the rib cage, and put his foot on his neck. "I continued to body slam him and throw him for fifty meters until he was outside the camp," Martland wrote. "He was never knocked out, and he ran away from our camp." The incident lasted no more than five minutes, according to Martland.

Both have said that they took the action they took because otherwise nothing would be done by the Army or local authorities.
A Pentagon spokesman last year denied that telling soldiers to look the other way is official practice.

The case has become a cause celebre of sorts for some. Rep. Duncan Hunter has been active in publicizing Martland's plight. Though Martland had been under a gag order from the Army, Hunter, a California Republican, asked him to write about his version of events.

CNN's Barbara Starr contributed to this report.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/28/politics/green-beret-afghan-police-confrontation/index.html
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3556 on: April 29, 2016, 03:38:31 PM »
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A Pentagon spokesman last year denied that telling soldiers to look the other way is official practice.

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Da vide kako tek ovde jebu, tuču...

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« Reply #3557 on: April 29, 2016, 03:40:59 PM »
'I have lived over half of my life'

Writer Miranda Sawyer on the quiet desperation of a midlife crisis…

I don't know what to call it, really. Midlife crisis sounds so flamboyant, so ridiculous, so… exciting. And I haven't run off with a builder, or moved to Thailand to find my real self, or embarked on a brand-new drug habit, or taken up free rock climbing.

I've just become aware, at 44, that I'm about halfway through. That there is less time to go than I have already had.

This, I have to say, feels different from turning 40. That was fun: I had a party with two friends, danced a lot, drank a lot, sat on the pavement afterwards talking rubbish about constellations while waiting for a cab. To be honest, turning 40 was much like when I turned 30, though I felt a bit more grown-up (meaning I drank fizzy wine and said, "No thanks", as opposed to "Hooray", when a stranger tried to shove an unidentified pill into my mouth). There was a moment of panic, a short-breathed time when I wondered what I had done with the previous 10 years, but then I went to see Jarvis Cocker at the Roundhouse. He was fantastic, and I thought: "He's older than you, you idiot, so what's your problem?" And resolved that my 40s would be my best decade yet.

And then, and then… what? I had my second child at 43, which made me feel simultaneously young and old, and I carried on as I usually did, and gradually, gradually, I realised that something inside me was uneasy. I was struggling a little. Mourning a bit. I felt like I had the wrong coat on – too hot, too heavy – and I felt like something beautiful was rushing at me, moving past and around me at breakneck speed, and I couldn't gather it in and I didn't want to see it go.

It's not important, I know that. It doesn't matter. But at some point soon, along with many of my friends, I will pass an unmarked, uncelebrated central life point. You turn 40, and if you're healthy, and optimistic, you imagine you will have more than 40 years to go. Get into your mid-40s, and past that… and you know you don't. Say it again. Try to comprehend it. I have lived over half of my life.

Hey ho, the midlife crisis. It's a Jeremy Clarkson state of mind. I always imagine Clarkson to be in a fugue state of midlife crisis: scrabbling forever in a heart-palpitating search for flashier cars to drive, younger women to hang out with, weaker people to bully, just because he doesn't want to admit that he's not only over 25, but over 50. Is that what I'm becoming? No, because it's not what Clarkson is either. He shows the world what he wants it to see. He shows it the crisis and makes it funny.

But, like the difference between a wedding (the gaudy manifestation) and a marriage (the everyday reality) with a midlife crisis it's not the crisis that matters. The crisis is just the bit that other people witness. What's actually important is the midlife part, and living with that.

On the Today programme I hear Simon Armitage read his poem Knowing What We Know Now. It's about a man, Kevin, who is visited by an elf. The elf tells Kevin that, at 44, he's reached the midpoint of his life and he has a choice: he can carry on living as normal, until his death at 88 – or the elf can turn the clock back and Kevin will live the rest of his years in reverse. Reliving what he's done so far, getting younger all the time, until he dies a newborn baby.

I phone Simon, who is 48. "When you write a poem," he says, "you don't always know what's provoking it until it's finished. But you don't need to be a psychoanalyst to guess that I'm in that slot that the elf's describing and, if I'm honest, I thought that point would never come. Just in terms of the privilege of being alive, there's less of it available and it feels abrupt when you realise it."

We talk about how strange it is when people around you develop grown-up illnesses – slipped discs, cancer – and about whether we should do things to try to recapture our youth.

"Maybe not recapture it," he says, "but when you're young, you don't have a plan, and there's probably some value in approaching the future like that when you're older. Even though getting older makes you think you need a plan. You have to stay awake to possibilities. The crisis is a recalibration," says Simon. "It's not necessarily a comedic performance."

Perhaps part of my midlife angst is caused by my liking pop music. Should I, in my 40s, be allowed to write about an art form that is traditionally aimed at the young? I thought I would have been pensioned off by now; but I'm still asked to interview musicians, and I'm still interested. Music critic Paul Morley once told me that he thought he should retire in his 30s, and did, in fact, for a few years. But then he saw that none of his contemporaries had, so he thought: "Sod it", and returned to the fray.

Simon loves music, too – so much that he formed his own band, the Scaremongers, a few years ago – and he says this: "You could say we've slightly kidded ourselves. We're the Peter Pan generation, and I think music is partly to blame. We watched older generations put music aside and start doing serious things, and we didn't – we unashamedly stayed very close to it. So we have some sense that we're still part of it and therefore young and trendy and knowledgeable. But there's a discrepancy between what we think we are and the way we actually look. Hence forming a band aged 44!"

That discrepancy is interesting, I think. I don't lie about how old I am (why would you, really? Anyhow, your kids always announce it to the world), but whatever age you are brings assumptions with it. People think you are a certain way because you are a certain age: a stroppy teenager, an adventurous 20-something, a person who should settle down in their 30s and so on. I talk to my friend Sam, who is in his early 60s, and he says that he is happier now than he has ever been, but that people who don't know him think he can't be, and treat him accordingly. "Which is extremely dull," he says. Sam is never dull.

Maybe that's it. I'm making assumptions about my 40-something self that aren't true and don't fit, and that's part of my unease.

I have a conversation with my husband. He says: "We can't afford it" over and over, and: "Don't be mad."

I am 44 and becoming obsessed with buying a house (we live in a nice flat, but it has no garden). My husband is pointing out, veeerrryy slowly, as if to a simpleton, that this would involve us trebling our current mortgage. As both of us are freelance and working in industries that pay less than they used to, this is a stupid idea. "We'd both have to work our nuts off; we'd never see each other, or the kids," he says. And I think: if we were a decade younger, we could move, because we'd have 10 more years to pay off the loan. Oh no! I have got too old to have a garden!

I try to think like my husband. Why do we need a garden? We spend all our time in the park with the kids anyway: since when was I so tediously materialistic? Why am I flipping through interior mags and longing for a warehouse to convert? It's not as though our flat is a contender for Elle Deco. I clearly don't really care about the exquisiteness of my surrounding environment or I would have hung up those pictures months ago.

My midlife uncertainty is making me clutch at the attitudes and concerns that I think 40-somethings should have. It makes me look at how I live and think: You're not doing it right. You should have achieved more. You should be better at this by now – or you should be somewhere better, at least.

Ach. I have caught affluenza! So I talk to Oliver James, who coined the term and wrote a book about it. He is refreshingly brusque, telling me to "cut the crap" and to "concentrate on looking downwards rather than upwards. The media encourages us to always feed our aspirations, to look at people who have more than we have, when we should look at people who have less and feel lucky."

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But it's not just the media. The recession is bringing money worries to the surface. People are losing their jobs, and those in work are working harder than they used to in order to earn the same amount. It's like running as hard as you can just to keep in the same spot. You've been told all your life that you need to progress, but the credit crunch makes that impossible.

"Think back to when you were a student," says Oliver. "Imagine how your teenage self would feel about what you have now. You would be delighted to have all the amenities you have."

Actually, I tell him, I think my student self would sneer. When I was young, I relished knowing that everything I owned would fit into two black bin bags, that life was portable and I was free. And now, though I appear to be jonesing for a patio, if I'm honest I don't even understand how I became the co-owner of a fridge freezer. How I acquired all this… stuff. Responsibilities. An estate car.

"Yes, well, a lot of people have a problem with understanding that they are no longer a teenager," Oliver says. "Especially if they have children. It takes time to get your head around the fact that you can't spend your life as you used to, that you can't go out and party whenever you like. You're no longer a free agent. And it's important to understand the difference between being childlike and being childish. Be playful and vivacious, but lose the teenage fantasy that you don't depend on anyone and they don't depend on you."

Or you really will run off with someone younger, someone less wrapped around and through your life than your husband. And I don't want to.

What do I want my midlife to be like? What about the rest of my life, that diminishing resource? I try to think, but I'm so often distracted: by working to deadlines, by going out, but especially by my children. They are young, so they are fun but relentless. That unremitting routine that kids need: up at the same time, bed at the same time, breakfast, dinner, tea, every day every day. It makes life pass so quickly, and that makes me panic.

I don't want to wake up in 10 years' time, when I'm 54, and feel the same way I do now. I'm scared of that. I'm frightened. Because I only have 20 years of working life left, and I have to combine those years with bringing up my kids. There is no way I can achieve what I want. Whatever that is (I don't know).

Simon Armitage says to me: "You grow up with the sense that the best years are ahead of you, and in your mid-40s that becomes questionable. You wonder whether you've peaked on all sorts of levels, certainly in terms of income and output. For writers, poets, the clear evidence is that the majority do their best work when they're young. Why is that? Do you just get fed up? Frustrated or bored? I don't feel those things."

Psychotherapist Philippa Perry gave a talk at the ICA earlier this year, entitled "How To Be Happy". I email her and say that I feel as though I'm at the top of a mountain and it's downhill from now on. She replies that this isn't a very helpful metaphor, that I should try changing it. "Habits of thinking get more ingrained as we think them more," she writes. "Literally: neural pathways get more established. But habits of thinking can be changed. Your brain remains plastic throughout your life. That means it's never too late to learn new things, thus giving yourself new experiences.

"When people torment themselves with: 'If only I had… or if only I were…'," she writes, "I like to bring them to their actual felt experience of being alive in the present. People can suddenly find themselves alone, or jobless, at midlife and panic that they need another person or job in order to be alive. But that is only an idea. I like to keep things experience-based rather than idea-based. When they really experience the different relationships and occupations they actually have, they find that they are thriving."

I'm trying to remember the title of a book. Oliver James told me that Tolstoy wrote a brilliant book about a man going through a midlife crisis, but I can't read my notes. I go on Twitter and ask if anyone knows what it might be. Ed Simons from the Chemical Brothers, among others, tells me it's The Death of Ivan Ilyich: about a man who, at 45, has a minor accident which kills him over a period of weeks. While he's dying, he realises that throughout his life he's been trying to avoid the notion of death through his obsessions with status, appearance and money.

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Ed also sends me a link to a discussion of Ivan Ilyich in another book called Staring at the Sun by psychotherapist Irvin Yalom. Yalom argues that we need to be properly conscious that we are going to die in order to live meaningful, purposeful lives. Too many of us believe we are special, that we will somehow cheat death, or that there is an afterlife, or that our "immortality projects" matter more than, for instance, spending time with our family.

Online, I find an interview with Yalom. He's 65 and says that he doesn't have unlimited years left so he tries not to do anything that feels repetitious. He's changed his work (from teaching to writing), he turns down lunch invitations "from a lot of people that I just don't want to be with", and he's very tender to his wife. None of which stops him from waking up in a state of dread at the thought of dying. "It's harder for me to dispel the anxiety at night. Whereas when I think about it later on, when I wake up in the morning, then I do experience real joy at being alive."

The Observer sends a photographer to take my picture, and she comments on my tattoo. "Who's Gavin?" she asks. It stops me in my tracks. Gavin is – was – Gavin Hills, a friend and fellow journalist who worked at The Face during the 1990s, at the same time I did. He drowned off the coast of Cornwall on 20 May 1997, three days after his 31st birthday. When I got the tattoo, soon after, I almost laughed: the pain of it was so minor compared to the appalling, churning gut-wrench of his sudden death. Gavin never had any problem with a midlife crisis. He didn't live long enough.

I think: you can live until you're 31, like Gavin. You can live until you're 101, like my granny. You can live three score years and 10; or less, or more. My midlife point could have been when I was 24, not 44. I don't know.

But: how lucky to have lasted so long! To have lived long enough to have the luxury of contemplating – of properly fearing – your own death. Rather than it just arrive too early for you to do what you wanted, for you to appreciate what you have, to enjoy the wonder, and the love, and the panic.

Midlife or not, in the end, or in the middle, these are the days of my life. These are the days of your life. And the thing to do – is live them.


http://www.theguardian.com/society/2011/aug/14/miranda-sawyer-midlife-crisis-mortality
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3558 on: April 29, 2016, 03:51:05 PM »
Ima 44 i trosi dragocveno vreme na ovolike tekstove?

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« Reply #3559 on: April 29, 2016, 04:02:30 PM »
Ona to radi(la) (2011.) da mi ne bi morali.
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« Reply #3561 on: April 29, 2016, 04:19:38 PM »
"You! Yes, you! Stand still, laddie!"

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« Reply #3562 on: April 29, 2016, 04:58:05 PM »
"You! Yes, you! Stand still, laddie!"

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« Reply #3563 on: April 29, 2016, 05:11:04 PM »
'Bem ti krua nesoljena, srBski ce me tisak u grob oterati mlada...

"Vi svojoj državi treba da verujete", poručio je Vulin.  :P

Radnici Jure organizovali su u utorak petnaestominutni štrajk nezadovoljni što ne mogu da dobiju jedan neradni dan, a mediji su posle objavili navode sindikata da zaposleni u toj kompaniji trpe torturu, da ih tuku metalnim palicama, da im ne dozvoljavaju odlazak u toalet i savetuju da nose pelene, kao i da su žene napastvovane seksualno.

Kompanija Jura je iz Južne Koreje i bavi se proizvodnjom kablova. Pored fabrike u Leskovcu ima još dve pogonske jedinice u Srbiji.

http://www.b92.net/biz/vesti/srbija.php?yyyy=2016&mm=04&dd=29&nav_id=1125913


Razumni i posteni drzavni duznosnik mora upravo suprotno da porucuje pastvi: nikad ne treba verovati a pogotovo ne drzavi. Ali Sotona zavladao, tako da...

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3564 on: April 29, 2016, 08:08:59 PM »
Evo, upinjem se skoro pet minuta da mi ih bude žao, al' ne ide. Samo što se nisam usr'o.

Nije da im ne verujem: i ja bi' ih tuko metalnim šipkama, a žene im (ako su čemu) seksualno napastvovao, da je to moja fabrika.
Jebi ga, takav je to pos'o, takva su zaduženja, ni ja ih ne volim, što bi reko Bili Piton.

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« Reply #3565 on: April 29, 2016, 08:10:41 PM »
Tebe nije zao sto ove jebu, tucu?...
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3566 on: April 29, 2016, 08:21:55 PM »
Tražili su to.

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« Reply #3567 on: April 29, 2016, 08:24:10 PM »
Da znas da si u pravu.

Verovatno su vec i zaboravili da su trazili ili, ako su mladji pa nisu bas izravno to trazili, (i) to mogu da prikace svojim beslovesnim roditeljima, ali onako kolektivno jesu bas to trazili i dobili.

I sad im kifla kriva.

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3568 on: April 29, 2016, 08:34:09 PM »

I sad im kifla kriva.



Da ne kažem kobasica.

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3569 on: May 01, 2016, 10:55:07 AM »
Veoma popularna igra na WP entertainment:

Who Said It: Candidates vs Beauty Queens

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« Reply #3570 on: May 01, 2016, 11:25:37 AM »
sretan Uskrs

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Mala lasica je kriva što Hadron sudarač čestica ne radi
By VICE Staff

april 30, 2016


Veliki hadronski sudarač (LHC) je 27.3 metara dugačak i 7 miliona dolara skup akscelerator čestica u Švajcarskoj napravljen za međusobno sudaranje protona pri brzini svetlosti. Trenutno je međutim van funkcije - zatvoren na nekoliko nedelja zbog proklete lasice, prenosi NPR.

Mališa je izgleda pregrizao kabl za napajanje, a inženjeri koji su ispitivali uzrok gašenja su pronašli ugljenisane ostatke životinje.

"Imali smo problema sa strujom, i prilično smo sigurni da ih je izazvala mala životinja, najverovatnije lasica", saopštio je NPR-u Arno Marsolije, predstavnik medija za CERN, organizaciju koja je zadužena za mašinu.

Gašenje je došlo u najgorem mogućem trenutku za CERN i LHC, jer se mašina spremala da prikupi nove informacije o Higsovom bozonu, ključnoj čestici koja bi mogla da pruži novi uvid u kvantnoj mehanici i čak i o prirodi zakona gravitacije.

Ovo međutim nije prvi put da je LHC ugašen zbog životinja koje očigledno ne žele da nam dopuste da uronimo u more večitog saznanja pošto je 2009. ptica koja je nosila baget izazvala kratak spoj na električnoj mreži.
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3571 on: May 01, 2016, 01:59:47 PM »
Picousti strikes again:

Uskrs u Srbiji. Četiri popodne. Preobilnom hranom & pićem razmekšali mozgovi tzv. Srba, otvoreni za prijem magijskih reči sa malih ekrana tv-prijemnika, preko nerazmeštene trpeze pospano, ne očekujući iznenadni napad, posmatraju električni svet.
Televizori navijeni na TV Pink.
Redovna uskršnja konferencija za štampu u kao nekom sedištu vojske.
Picousti govori o sebi upotrebljavajući izraz "kao predsednik vlade".
I kao, odgovara na kao pitanja kao novinara.
I pitaju ga kad će da on, svevideće i svemoguće čudo, da otkrije ko je noću, u fantomkama, rušio bagerima po Beogradu.

Zipa sad početak odgovora (jer resto još traje, evo prešao je sa krađe izbora - naravno, njega su grdnog pokrali - i opozicije koja samo hoće da se domogne skupštinskog restorana, pa je zato pretukla kao neku kao novinarku pinka, bate gašića koji je bio kao ministar vojske, prost ali dobar, nekog sretena koji je mnogo star, ali lažno, pa do građana Srbije), daklem, eve početka (ili skoro početka):
"Pa kako možemo da otkrijemo ko su ti ljudi u fantomkama koji su noću hapsili slučajne prolaznike i bagerima porušili dve zgrade, kad do danas nismo pronašli ni materijalne tragove ko je ubio onu Jelenu Krsmanović (čijeg je ubice hapšenje najavio 72 sata pre izbora u roku od 48 sati i zamolio Dr Nešu da tiću tebra, da ne ispadne kako oni nesreću te žene zloupotrebljavaju za pridobijanje glasača), a to je, dakle ubistvo, priznaćete, objektvinmo mnogo ozbiljniji zločin!"

Kad pogledaš, stvarno opravdano. Rasvetlili bi oni sve to, samo kad bi im se ubica i taj sa bagerom, makar, fantome da ne diramo za sad, lepo javili, pa da vide oni dal' su podobni za javnost da budu ubica i bagerista.

Onda je prešao na izbore, slobodu medija, poverenika za ravnopravnost polova (i tu su ga nešto zajebali, ali nisam upratio šta), drao se iz petnih žila da njemu, kao predsedsedniku vlade, novinari nisu dali usta da otvori kad je pao helikopter, pa na to kako je pink jedina objektivna televizija jer oni spadaju pod "naše", dok drugi potpadaju pod "vaše", što opet on, kao predsednik vlade, mooožda i ne bi baš trebalo, ali, opet, zašto ako je istina, a on, kao predsednik vlade, samo istinu zbori, dok su ovima beslovesnim po opoziciji u međuvremenu okraćale noge...

I onda je poželeo srećan uskrs, a za dve godine će možda i Uskrs.

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3572 on: May 01, 2016, 02:57:41 PM »
u brda, u planine
u šume

evo baš  ova baba iznad mene
prodaje kuću, tik uz asfalt,
nije skupo a i nema puno komaraca
(od nje sam nasledio onog garfildolikog svaštojeda
kad je otišla u dom, on je gratis...)
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« Reply #3573 on: May 01, 2016, 03:09:28 PM »
Tebe nije zao sto ove jebu, tucu?...
Tražili su to.

Држим, иначе, да је главни узрок овдашњих недаћа потпуно одсуство рационалног концепта слободе и својине, какве имају нормална, здрава christian based друштва: два од три основна, Декларацијама (америчком и француском) препозната и призната, правом на живот се нећу овде посебно бавити, обзиром на нека лична искуства, да не кажем својства.  :mrgreen:

Што може да се тумачи двојако: или су Срби ментално негде запели коџа пре осамнаестог века, или им је ближа, природнија исламска псеудокултура, него хришћански идентитет.
А ја кажем - обоје!
Зато је за Србе оптималан друштвени модел источњачке деспотије, а страна им је и претећа демократија западног, либералног типа.

Јер, когод да је макар пет минута прозборио са неким тзв. Србима по УСи ил' Канади, чуо би их како пљују по "тој тамо њиховој америчкој слободи".
За Србина је слобода ако можеш да печеш украдено прасе у модификованом роштиљу/смоукеру, испод пластичне терасице која избива на задње двориште нове пластичне куће у неком Вудман Хилс предграђу, а неслобода када те комшија црнац пријави због дима, јер човек мисли да си решио да запалиш све куће у улици.
За Србина је слобода ако можеш да узмеш онолико пара газди са чије си скеле пао, колико ти треба да купиш два стана у Борчи и омалтеришеш кућу поред Бијељине, а неслобода ако те у томе спрече, или ако те врате кући са посла јер си се тог јутра најео белог лука за доручак.
За Србина је слобода могућност некажњеног кршења друштвених норми и лични просперитет на томе заснован, безбедно терање ината разумном остатку света и простачко багателисање туђих достигнућа без икаквог упоришта у сопственим, а неслобода је друштвена дисциплина која гарантује да те неко поштује онолико, колико и ти њега.

Срби не схватају да се слобода огледа заправо у искључивој личној одговорности за своје поступке: њима је увек неко други крив, јер им се увек неко други и меша у одлуке; углавном хотимичним или инстинктивним препуштањем, признавањем ауторитета другима да управљају српским главама, укида се и српска одговорност за све лоше (а мало тога доброг може да произађе) што се после сваке те племенско-психијатријске ујдурме редовно деси.

А са неимањем појма о слободи, узрочно-последично је везано и потпуно несхватање својине, премда би неко, ценећи само речи којима се те две ствари означавају, рекао да су Срби народ најстарији: бити слободан значи бити свој, отуда и својина - имовина слободна од било каквих туђих апрехензија; но Србе јебе она друга (не)својина, задружна, породична, друштвена, државна имовина, којима и данашњи Устав признаје равноправност са својином, па их чак тако и зове: "сви облици".

Тешке кише почињу да падају.

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3574 on: May 01, 2016, 03:13:11 PM »
А од бабе ми набави број телефона.  ;)

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« Reply #3575 on: May 01, 2016, 05:32:29 PM »
063/226-531
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« Reply #3576 on: May 01, 2016, 06:09:54 PM »
ti nisi sav svoj?

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« Reply #3577 on: May 01, 2016, 06:23:18 PM »
Marko će, kao jedini pravnik u školi, rešenje o raskidu ugovora morati da napiše sam sebi.

"U ponedeljak uveče video sam se sa jednim svojim poznanikom od kojeg sam dobio veoma jasnu poruku da bi, ako bih prešao u SNS na Vračaru, to bilo dobro za mene. U suprotnom, iako to nije predstavio kao pretnju, rekao je da svi koji su na listi odbornika, a kažu ne, neće moći da rade u bilo kojoj javnoj ustanovi, državnoj upravi i slično", ispričao nam je Marko Mandić.

Marko je rekao ne, i već u sredu direktorka škole pozvala ga je na razgovor.

"Tom prilikom mi je rekla, ne ulazeći u detalje, da je na nju izvršen veliki pritisak, da je učinila sve što je u njenoj moći da se tome odupre, ali da više ne mogu tu da radim. Inače, moram da naglasim da je ona sjajna žena, sjajan direktor i imamo zaista izuzetnu saradnju sve ovo vreme i razumem i nju - škola mora da funkcioniše i njen posao je da ne dovodi u pitanje funkcionisanje škole", dodaje Mandić.

Da ironija bude veća, Marko će, kao jedini pravnik u školi, rešenje o raskidu ugovora morati da napiše sam sebi.

"Ja se nadam da nemaju podmitljive odbornike, valjda su izabrali čestite i časne ljude kojima nije bitno da uzmu bilo koju sumu da bi glasali za nekog. Nas to ne interesuje, ali ako im bilo ko nudi novac svako to treba da odbije. Na kraju krajeva, ako imaju pretnje neka prijave policiji i tužilaštvu", rekao je Nebojša Stefanović, potpredsednik SNS-a i ministar policije u tehničkoj Vladi.  :mrgreen:

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« Reply #3578 on: May 01, 2016, 06:26:48 PM »
izvini
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3579 on: May 01, 2016, 06:29:04 PM »
 xrofl xrofl xrofl xrofl xrofl
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3580 on: May 01, 2016, 09:02:48 PM »
izvini
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aaaa, baba Mile...  :lol:


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« Reply #3581 on: May 02, 2016, 02:36:33 AM »
"Ne zaboravimo i to da je u Srbiji, i Tadićevoj i Vučićevoj, rehabilitiran Draža Mihailović, a upravo se sprema rehabilitacija generala Nedića, čovjeka za čije su vlasti uvedeni rasni zakoni šest mjeseci prije negoli je Njemačka u proljeće 1941. srušila Jugoslaviju, pa je Nedić među prvima Hitleru slao depešu da je Srbija jugenfrei! Tom i takvom Nediću, Vučićeva tobože europska Srbija upravo sprema rehabilitaciju! O toj autentičnoj današnjoj Srbiji o kojoj bi se trebalo pisati i govoriti da ne bi imali nekih iluzija, hrvatski mediji uglavnom šute onom starom, prokletom hrvatskom šutnjom." (Slobodna Dalmacija, 29.04.2016. "Vrijeme apsurda", Tihomir Dujmović)

 xrofl xrofl xrofl xrofl xrofl xrofl

Pazi, opšte je poznato da Srbi nemaju patent na morone, ali je se ovaj Tihomir (popularno ime za skoro nečujni, ali utoliko smrdljiviji prdež) svojim lupetanjem opasno primakao svetlim pravoslavnim uzorima.
Udbaš Tihomir redovito pohađa političku emigraciju, dan-danas duboko nesrećnu u svom egzilu, antifašista Tihomir konstantno je na ratnoj stazi nove demokracije, koprofag Tihomir troši silne pare na ekstrafreš zubne paste.
Sreća te su se ocijepili.

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3582 on: May 02, 2016, 01:38:51 PM »
da je Srbija jugNenfrei!(Slobodna Dalmacija, 29.04.2016. "Vrijeme apsurda", Tihomir Dujmović)

u pravu covek...
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« Reply #3584 on: May 02, 2016, 03:27:37 PM »
Tebe nije zao sto ove jebu, tucu?...
Tražili su to.

Држим, иначе, да је главни узрок овдашњих недаћа потпуно одсуство рационалног концепта слободе и својине, какве имају нормална, здрава christian based друштва: два од три основна, Декларацијама (америчком и француском) препозната и призната, правом на живот се нећу овде посебно бавити, обзиром на нека лична искуства, да не кажем својства.  :mrgreen:

Што може да се тумачи двојако: или су Срби ментално негде запели коџа пре осамнаестог века, или им је ближа, природнија исламска псеудокултура, него хришћански идентитет.
А ја кажем - обоје!
Зато је за Србе оптималан друштвени модел источњачке деспотије, а страна им је и претећа демократија западног, либералног типа.

Јер, когод да је макар пет минута прозборио са неким тзв. Србима по УСи ил' Канади, чуо би их како пљују по "тој тамо њиховој америчкој слободи".
За Србина је слобода ако можеш да печеш украдено прасе у модификованом роштиљу/смоукеру, испод пластичне терасице која избива на задње двориште нове пластичне куће у неком Вудман Хилс предграђу, а неслобода када те комшија црнац пријави због дима, јер човек мисли да си решио да запалиш све куће у улици.
За Србина је слобода ако можеш да узмеш онолико пара газди са чије си скеле пао, колико ти треба да купиш два стана у Борчи и омалтеришеш кућу поред Бијељине, а неслобода ако те у томе спрече, или ако те врате кући са посла јер си се тог јутра најео белог лука за доручак.
За Србина је слобода могућност некажњеног кршења друштвених норми и лични просперитет на томе заснован, безбедно терање ината разумном остатку света и простачко багателисање туђих достигнућа без икаквог упоришта у сопственим, а неслобода је друштвена дисциплина која гарантује да те неко поштује онолико, колико и ти њега.

Срби не схватају да се слобода огледа заправо у искључивој личној одговорности за своје поступке: њима је увек неко други крив, јер им се увек неко други и меша у одлуке; углавном хотимичним или инстинктивним препуштањем, признавањем ауторитета другима да управљају српским главама, укида се и српска одговорност за све лоше (а мало тога доброг може да произађе) што се после сваке те племенско-психијатријске ујдурме редовно деси.

А са неимањем појма о слободи, узрочно-последично је везано и потпуно несхватање својине, премда би неко, ценећи само речи којима се те две ствари означавају, рекао да су Срби народ најстарији: бити слободан значи бити свој, отуда и својина - имовина слободна од било каквих туђих апрехензија; но Србе јебе она друга (не)својина, задружна, породична, друштвена, државна имовина, којима и данашњи Устав признаје равноправност са својином, па их чак тако и зове: "сви облици".

Тешке кише почињу да падају.

Ih, o to smo se slozili/poslagali otoic:

http://znaksagite.com/7k/index.php?topic=2632.msg56086#msg56086

http://znaksagite.com/7k/index.php?topic=1076.msg30884#msg30884
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3585 on: May 06, 2016, 04:12:40 PM »
Man seeks restraining order against God

Haifa resident asks court to keep the Almighty away, claiming He is being mean to him

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« Reply #3586 on: May 08, 2016, 04:09:45 AM »
Uključivanje investicionih fondova je najbolji put ka rešavanju problema nenaplativih kredita i ozdravljenje banaka, istakao je picousti u razgovoru sa KKR-om?

Hate, kude li si?

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« Reply #3587 on: May 08, 2016, 04:18:25 AM »
btw, sad čujem za "nacionalni konvent za evropsku uniju" koji u sebi objedinjuje nekoliko stotina nevladinih orrganizacija kojima je nominalni cilj priključenje srbije eu, a pravi cilj mažnjavanje para iz "projekata"

onaj backović koji je sivom eminencijom srbskog pravosuđa se upravo pozvao na taj trust poštenjačina, kada je rekao da su svi (svi, svi, svi) izuzev rvata i "samozvanih stručnjaka" podržali tzv. akcioni plan srbije za pridruživanje eu u poglavljima koja se tiču pravosuđa, vladavine prava itd.

a koliko su jevtine te gnjide iz tzv. ngo sektora, mogao bih o tome danima
srbska stoka

Oooo, srbijo, poserem se u te
Ooooh, srbi, niste ni za kurac, ni za roblje, ma ni za pizdu 'ladne vode.

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« Reply #3588 on: May 08, 2016, 05:26:19 AM »
Huh?
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« Reply #3589 on: May 08, 2016, 06:53:24 AM »
Šta, nisi znao?
CIA, bato moj.
Petraeus glavom.

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« Reply #3590 on: May 08, 2016, 08:02:18 AM »
Nisam ali kako i da znam kad mi shifrarnik za maj jos nije stig'o.
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3591 on: May 08, 2016, 12:36:02 PM »
Jel' može tu da ima nečega za nas?

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3592 on: May 08, 2016, 01:14:41 PM »
Jel' može tu da ima nečega za nas?

Ima vremena za nas - Leo Martin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WoeAIz0jXU
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« Reply #3594 on: May 09, 2016, 09:54:00 PM »
Woman Arrested For In-Flight Molestation

Police: Suspect, 26, touched female victim's private parts

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« Reply #3595 on: May 10, 2016, 01:46:11 PM »

http://www.blic.rs/vesti/beograd/vandalizam-u-pancevu-tokom-noci-razbijeno-vise-od-10-automobila/j4lxwsz

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VANDALIZAM U PANČEVU: Tokom noći razbijeno više od 10 automobila

Više od deset automobila noćas je razbijeno u pančevačkim naseljima Tesla i Strelište, saznaje "Blic".

Prema nezvaničinim informacijama, nepoznate osobe su tokom noći na automobilima razbijale šoferšajbne i retrovizore, a u policiju je stiglo više od 10 prijava građana čiji su automobili oštećeni.

Kako saznajemo, policija još traga za počiniocima.
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3596 on: May 10, 2016, 01:53:04 PM »
Pravda za sajbne i retrovizore...

In other news, we're pretty much finished.


A Dire Future — Paul Craig Roberts
May 7, 2016
Paul Craig Roberts

Do you remember all the hopes Americans had for Obama when we elected him to his first term? Painful memories. He betrayed the voters on every one of his promises. There was no change, except for the worst as Obama went on to become one of the most vicious war criminals in world history. Despite his horrific record, we re-elected him, only to have US economic policy turn against the people in order to bail out at our expense the mega-banks and the One Percent.

Now Obama is coercing Asia and Europe to turn the governments of their countries over to rapacious American corporations empowered by TPP and TTIP to subordinate all interests to their profits.

Here is Pepe Escobar on how the great and wonderful United States treats its enserfed vassals: “Hardball, predictably, is the name of the game. Washington no less than threatened to block EU car exports [to the US] to force the EU to buy [Monsanto’s] genetically engineered fruits and vegetables.” http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article44594.htm

Now we face the prospect of electing an even worse president than Obama—Killary Clinton. Killary is the bought-and-paid-for property of Wall Street, Israel, and the military-security complex. She will bring back to power the totally discredited neoconservatives, and the US will proceed with its butchery and slaughter of other countries and all reformist governments everywhere.

The question is: will enough insouciant Americans align with the One Percent, the neocons, the men-hating feminists, homosexuals, the transgendered, and other “preferred minorities” to put the US presidency in the hands of an aggressive, corrupt person with a conscience deficit? That is the goal toward which the presstitutes are driving the brainwashed.

If we end up with Killary, neither the US nor the world will survive the mistake. She will be the last American president.

Killary is compromised with secret agendas, and secret agendas lead to conflict and war. With a crazed President Killary who declared Russian Presient Vladimir Putin, the world’s leading peacemaker, to be “the new Hitler,” with crazed American generals who declare Russia to be “an existential threat to the United States,” and with the insane neoconservatives back in the saddle determined to impose American hegemony on the rest of the world, Killary’s election will terminate life on earth.

http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/05/07/a-dire-future-paul-craig-roberts/
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3597 on: May 10, 2016, 03:03:28 PM »
Kakvo je bre to komunjarenje?

Go Hillary, go!

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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3598 on: May 10, 2016, 03:09:30 PM »
Killary = World Kommunism.
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Re: Iz stampe
« Reply #3599 on: May 10, 2016, 05:31:44 PM »
Ma jebe mi se za svet, samo da još jednom rokne tzv. Srbiju.