The Macedonian Tendency: June 7th - Sarkozy to Macedonian Minority in Greece: Drop Dead!

Saturday, June 07, 2008

June 7th - Sarkozy to Macedonian Minority in Greece: Drop Dead!

By David Edenden,

Well ... what more is there left to say.

Maybe if we turn all Macedonian teenage males to be anal whores for Greek sodomites ... maybe that will make Greece and Sarkozy happy... maybe!

Maybe Sarkozy will approve EU funding for lobotomies for all ethnic Macedonians in Greece so they will forever forget their language, history, culture and ethnic identity ... maybe!

Maybe Sarkozy, who is so full of himself, that he contemplates jumping up his own ass, will institute a program for primary school children in France so they will carry a picture of one of the Macedonian Child Refugees from Greece, forbidden to return to their home villages ... unless the renounce their Macedonian ethnicity ... maybe!

Maybe Sarkozy should just FUCK OFF and die! ... maybe!

Maybe Robert Badinter and Elizabeth Badinter could actually say something for fuck's sake ... maybe!

Does anyone in the Republic of Macedonia still see Nato and the EU membership within grasp?

Nato, the EU and Sarkozy are not friends of Macedonians ... anywhere!

Sarkozy pledges that Greece can count on support from France: |

Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis:

Thank you for adopting the Greek position on the "Macedonian Question"

French President Sarkozy:

Merci ... thanks for using Vaseline!

Ahead of an official visit to Athens on Friday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has pledged that he will always stand by Greece’s side in its dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).

In an exclusive interview that will be published in full in tomorrow’s Kathimerini English Edition, Sarkozy praised the understanding that he has developed with Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis. The French president said the Greek premier is not just a partner but “a friend.”

He said that the two have formed an understanding based on a shared view of the structural reforms that their countries have to undergo. Sarkozy believes that the two leaders have a common will to “change and modernize our countries.”

But it is the French president’s comments about the Macedonia dispute that will probably be most welcome in Athens. Sarkozy backed Greece’s position at the NATO summit in Bucharest, which saw FYROM’s bid to join blocked.

Sarkozy told Kathimerini that Greece could always expect to have France’s sympathy and support on the issue.

He also wants Greece to play a significant role in the setting up of a Mediterranean Union to deal with issues that particularly affect the area.

Sarkozy, whose maternal grandfather was a Jew from Thessaloniki, will become the first foreign leader to address Parliament this century. The last foreigner to be given this honor was the senior George Bush in 1991.

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