June 05, 2007


It's interesting to see and hear - via the so-called media in Stravaraland - matters pertaining to EU subsidies. Yes, of course, CyBC is doing its best to inform the population on the number and variety of money being thrown our way. Yes, it's great that we'll all prosper (in good time) and be part of the nouveau-euro-nouveau-riches. We'll be swimming in it and laughing all the way to the bank (unless of course the bank is stupid enough to employ EU nationals).

If you believe this, though, you'll believe anything. The truth of the matter is that the average citizen of Stravaraland is not aware of subsidies and opportunities because there is a pecking order in place. Remember which families benefited from the sale of each Airbus Cyprus Airways ever bought? 'Nuff said?

And the Last of the 55-59 Mohicans and the modern patriots of the land are all hungry and sticky-fingered.

For all the racist allusions we hear regarding Africa, Cyprus has become the modern day Zimbabwe of the EU with a leader sporting a moustache to boot. Expect to see more Mercs on the road.

Details as to who is embezzling from what fund will soon be made public. In the meanwhile though, I'd like to know what people have to say regarding the hilarious statement Nicholas (tou Tassou) Papadopoulos made on CyBC regarding his dad's possible candidacy in next year's presidential elections. To paraphrase:
"what sort of message would we be sending the world if the man who turned down the Annan plan were not to stand for president?"
Gimme a break, peckerhead!


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