21.04.2015 călin torsan
The spectre of the jihadist invasion has expanded threateningly over Romania too. Bucharest already looks like a sure victim, since the Caliphate is only one third of a mile away from its periphery. Not even a Prime Minister like Iuliu Maniu can get us out of this shit, and a Queen Marie is out of the question. Something needs to be done. Someone who has their head (still) firmly planted on their shoulders needs to put a firm end to this interference in the business of the Little Paris, which, by the way, is growing smaller with each passing day. The key to our salvation may be hiding in a place that we would never have considered, perhaps even in the shalwar pockets of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Caliph of the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Western Iraq and North-Eastern Syria. I now call upon the leaders of this country to make the following proposition to the Muslim monarch: to accept, as a token of friendship, the replacement of the onomastic particle Bakr (designating the first born child of an Arabic family) with a similar one – Bükreș (the name of our capital in Turkish). The difference is insignificant, but the benefits could be astounding. Besides, the symbolic inclusion of our Turkish influence in this linguistic initiative would help in calming certain political tensions that would otherwise be unsolvable. This way, Romania could even secure itself a trophy at the UN Human Rights Awards Gala. Why not?

English version Anca Rotar

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călin torsanSour and cold like Romanian ground beef and potato salad. Queasy like mayonnaise. Good on the holidays and bad during the rest of the year. Has olives instead of eyes and bell pepper slices instead of lips.
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