These are the Macedonians
Erstellt von Monkeydonian, 01.03.2011, 02:15 Uhr · 674 Antworten · 53.183 Aufrufe
die augen hat er vom papa.
Zitat von metho
Ivanov Junior ist doch Papa wie aus dem Gesicht geschnitten, nur hat Papa Ivanov eine längere Nase und keine Klobürstenfrisur
Zitat von Macedonian-Pride
es wurde gemunkelt in den Gazetten das der Junior aus einem ausserehelichen Stelldichein mit jenem Fussball_Renter Valderama entspringt
Na ich würde eher auf ihn hier tippen? Da passt auch die Haarfarbe ein wenig besser.
Zitat von DocGonzo
Nein du bist mir zuvor gekommen.
Zitat von Sazan
Deutsche Welle: The phenomenon called Gruevski
He is not George Clooney's double, he doesn't give speeches of the calibar of famous antic orators, he doesn't have the charisma of other politicians, however the Macedonian prime minister continues to have the highest rating of any other politician for the sevent year in a row - reports Deutsche Welle.
Gruevski, somehow manages to have higher rating than professional athletes, singers etc. Some go as far as that he should be proclaimed a saint. But, aside from any pathetic statements, the country's sociologists are working over time to explain the phenomenon called Gruevski - says Deutsche Welle.
According to many of Macedonia's PM speeches, he is governed by the latin phrase: Оptimus orator est qui minimis verbis plurimum dicit - meaning, the best speaker is the one who says the most with as little words as possible. Of course, this doesn't mean the Prime Minister would not give a lengthy speech particularly for state holidays, party congress etc. What's the secret to the success of the Macedonian Prime Minister who for sevent year keeps the opposition knocked out?
University professor Branislav Sarkanjac who in 2007 was Gruevski's advisor says his secret is simple - he works too much.
"He works day and night. His energy and commitment is fascinating. He looks the same in the morning, and at midnight during a late Government session. I don't think there is another politician who would come even close to his work ethic. His communication technique works at all levels. Not a single staff has complained that the prime minister is arrogant or inaccessible. With all he speaks as if they are the most important part of the team, and he doesn't put himself above them. He knows what is going on in every Ministry at all times and is constantly asking for updates from his minister. You will hear him ask "What is the progress on the project we discussed last week". When the prime minister meets with ordinary citizens he is very casual, so they threat him as one of them", says Sarkanjac.
Unlike other Macedonian politicians and prime ministers before him, Gruevski sends his daughter to state and not private school, lives in a small apartment and does not use the Prime Minister residence. Macedonian organizations who suggested he should be proclaimed a saint, did so for the miracles he has done: many citizens for the first time in 20 years have gotten a job, other poor families were given a free home, elderly retirees are sent each year on free vacations, students are getting scholarships, farmers are receiving subsidies...
Obviously, on micro scale, Gruevski has done enough for political beatification. On macro plan, the promised entry into EU and NATO is already elevated to a miracle status, and according to the Prime Minister it does not solely depend on himself. The third miracle would be when Gruevski would manage to create conditions for the fulfillment of the previous two miracles to depend solely on himself - reports Deutsche Welle.
Der Baba aller Premierminister aber mal was anderes, schaut mal die beiden drahtigen chinesischen Leibwächter links und rechts außen ... und nun die beiden Zdrabazdrubas dahinter, eindeutig zu enge Hemden und zu viel Sarma und Baklavas
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