ramsej84 wrote:Video - Calm shop-assistant rebuffs thief in St Julian's hold-up [source]
as crazy as it can be... Had I been in his sit I would have invited the thief to carry anything he likes and not play with the thief...
FCBayernMunchen wrote:What are cyclists fined for?
FCB general wrote:FCBayernMunchen wrote:What are cyclists fined for?
I guess for being cyclists. In the last 5 years the state has adopted legislation for cyclists and people find it as an assault on their pockets. The entire Slavonia region is a black hole of Croatia while its center Osijek is a Croatian champ of almost all black chronicles. One of the poorest parts of Croatia who never recovered after the Homeland War can't stop leading in all negative news.
I don't say the people are saints and that they all drive bicycles according to regulations, but to insist on all sort of bullshít as a prevention of road kills, traffic tragedies, etc. That's an exaggeration.
I mean, if you drive in one way street bike in a counter direction, you're about to be fined. The same goes for driving on sidewalks since there are people who are afraid to drive on roads and do not know the traffic rules. The law force them to drive on roads and when they get killed, what then... For example, 10 year old children who don't know anything about the traffic besides zebra and red-green traffic lights(maybe sign stop) should be removed from streets according to this.
I agree about the bicycle lights which I also have, but in Croatia they are trying to regulate everything as much as possible. No wonder why everything looks so dead, corrupting, impossible, why are people from Osijek and Slavonia leaving for Germany, Ireland, Austria, etc. Regulations, regulations, regulations... I use other names for Hrvatska as Birokratistan(Bureaucratistan), it can't be anything but that.
The state and the complete political and law system are doing everything to milk the people and prevent possible deregulation, investments, development, etc. Mafia has its own country it doesn't hide its actions, on the contrary... They are proud of what they're doing and they prepare another actions when there are no sources of income.
In Croatia if you are a successful businessman, you are a thief, war profiteer, filho da puta, filthy Herzegovinian, etc. Nobody forgives you success. But if you're a real thief, criminal, corrupted chairman of some state/public company, you get reward to move to the parliament or the state forgives you, surely you not go to the jail.
PunkCapitalist wrote:You sound like something familiar... Like a .... Libertarian! :')
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