Dobre wrote:Nikola Gruevski has more power than alot of European and even North American politicians. If a businessman from my town can be the Macedonian consulate/ambassador to Estonia, then I can only imagine how much power Nikola Gruevski has.
A poor kid in India can grow up to become the United States president... bad example. I'm sure Nikola Gruevski has alot of power. He controls 1,300,000 people with a gdp per capita of 4,656.
According to someone who worked for Stopanska Banka AD for over 40 years, the biggest bank in Macedonia, 10 percent of Macedonia's population are millionaires or multimillionaires in Euros. Thats over 200,000 people. Realistically speaking, it's more like half that number, over 100,000. You'll say most of that number is Albanians because you're a nationalistic blind jagoff who can't face the fact his own people will behead him if they found out he's an Athiests. I've seen two of those rockets --- the mosque towers --- in Ohrid. Can't deny reality.
An Albanian woman in Tetovo
I can name 50 Macedonians off my head whom I know personally who are either family or friends whom have more money than most Canadians or Americans can only dream of.
And of course, you can't deny the fact that the person who said that figure of 10 percent worked the entire time in a bank in the Eastern Macedonia statistical region. Keywords - Statistics, region.
Also, he doesn't control anyone in this country. Maybe he can boss his assistant around? How the fuck do you figure whom or what he controls by looking at the population of the country? That's stupid.
Also, what the fuck did you mean by 1,300,000 people? The Albanian population in Turkey? xDD
The Republic of Macedonia(Vardar Macedonia) has a population of 2,500,000 people. 100,000 of those are Vlachs, aka original Illiryans who have mixed with the Dacians to create the Romanians, and in total out of the brown ones(excluding Albanians), there are about 150,000 Turks and Gypsies. According to the 2009 census, there's less than 300,000 Albanians in Macedonia. Everyone else is Macedonian.
As for Greece, there are 2.2 million Macedonians, 1 million Bulgarians, 3.5 million Albanians and hundreds of thousands of Vlachs and Turks - each. That should make you happy. You represent 35 percent of the population in Greece, we represent over 1/5, the Bulgarians 1/10th and the Vlachs and Turks 1/6th.
The Greek president is Albanian, the Greek prime minister is Macedonian.