April 19, 2013
In an earlier draft had a more hard-hitting title “Do you sponsor little lies”, but I’m happy that my blog gets attention even without using such gimmicks.
I take the view that in the Balkans in the EU, we should trust each other and that we should report with eyes open, rather than wide closed.
“Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies
(Tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies)
Oh, no, no you can’t disguise”,
Precisely, which you can’t disguise.
The President of Macedonia Mr. Gjorge Ivanov “undertook a number of
initiatives, including visiting the Bulgarian Cultural Club”, the Commission report says on its page 11.
But the Bulgarian Cultural Club (BCC) and its director Lazar Mladenov tell me that the President Gjorge Ivanov has never visited BCC and that “somebody is cheating on Commissiner Fuele about the real situation in the Republic of Macedonia and its good-neighbourly relations with its EU member states”.
Let me add to this the “little lie” I found about Skopje still using “double speak” about what is seen by many as irredentist claims.
Tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies
Oh, no, no you can’t disguise, you can’t disguise.