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Savisaar on 2013: be prepared for the worst, but hope for the best

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Excellent and realistic, and the man is only 62 ... Reply to the comment answer
~Observer [09.01.2013, 16:21]
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Really?Talk about delusional... Savisaar and realistic in the same sentence?

2013 is already as strange year.

The blonde hair makes him look 26. Hahahahhahahahah Reply to the comment answer
~@ Observer [09.01.2013, 17:01]
Read the text and use your head, if you have any ...
~@@Observer [10.01.2013, 00:02]
Read and just see hypocrisy.

Love the personal comments though, always good to have an intellectual conversation with someone whose main argument is You are a poopy head.
~Haha [17.01.2013, 18:07]
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Congratulation - a realistic and superb analysis. 2013 will a year of truth for the Estonian politicians! Reply to the comment answer
~SME [10.01.2013, 11:01]
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I can recommend Mr. Edgar Savisaar to change their profession as an analyst, because just having the idea of campaign goodies each time prior one year of local elections (first birthday money for pensioners, then "reisisaatja", this time "free" public tranportation), is certainly not a good policy in order to resolve our problems. Reply to the comment answer
~knut albers [10.01.2013, 12:01]
Give Eddy boy some slack. Growing up in a smelly crippled dusty old kholhoznik apartment and going into even dustier and smellier hospitals and schools as a young boy must have taken a tall on him. I know, I know. Some events of the 1980 Olympics were organized in Eesti, well sailing was just one and only event, besides sailing none of the other events were held there. I guess that takes propaganda guy by surprised. Soviet Eesti were Eddy grew up was just as backward as the present one.
~come on knut [20.01.2013, 00:14]
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How about Eddy taking a pay cut. Would that be "preparing for the worst". Useless politician with worthless opinions. Reply to the comment answer
~no one cares [13.01.2013, 16:03]
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Well, some of the people are easily bullsh...able by governments propaganda.
There are pretty many foreigners and as well Estonians love to believe the government's and pro-governmental media's stories about 'Estonia's success' but it would be not bad to open one's eyes, visit Estonian countryside and see how do they actually live there.Getting 300 euros per month, thats not a fairytale. Reply to the comment answer
~est [28.01.2013, 15:33]
A lot of us do get to the countryside and it isn't all as bad as you make it out to be. Yes, there are some very poor people out there as there are anywhere else, but there are plenty of people who live in private houses and have cars they seem to be able to operate so money is coming in from somewhere.
~Countryside [28.01.2013, 19:43]
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Hello,
I am a world history teacher in the United States. My high school,students are working on a project about Estonia. Easy to find information about its success but hard to find information about its troubles. Please feel free to email me your thoughts and where I can focus my lesson. I am hoping to come up with three major issues facing Estonia and her people. I'm thinking low pay is one of them. Thank you, Ann Rainone Reply to the comment answer
~Ann [29.01.2013, 00:15]
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