odas Posted October 17, 2006 #1001 Share Posted October 17, 2006 I am sorry, Essan, but now you are walking on uknown ground for you. Let me explain why: In ex-Yugoslavija we used to have the volonteer "working" brigades. What happened there is that every year mostly young people went to work, "build" the country, on a volonteere basis all around Yugoslavija. Many buildings and sports complexes were build that way. The only "pay'' those people received is free food and a good time after work. So, no, the money and workers were never an issue. The issue was always personal interests, lack of historical understanding and government birocratie. Those things have not change a bit after the war because most political leaders and scientists were "sculptured" by the dogmatic comunist way of thinking. Semir is breaking the rules, so Semir is an enemy of their ideology. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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