Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Lightbulbs

How many politicians in Romania does it take to change a light bulb?  

One or two to sign the contract handing over billions of dollars of taxpayers money to a massive multinational corporation to do the actual work of changing the lightbulb, many more to be paid off to not question the deal, and some others to make trouble and change the subject if anyone in the media ever challenge it.

(oh and at the end of the process the lightbulb hasn't actually been changed)


In the interests of balance, though I was careful to specify that it was politicians in Romania in the joke/reality above, rather than Romanian politicians

How many Hungarian politicians does it take to change a lightbulb in Harghita County?

It really is appalling that the government in Bucharest have not changed this lightbulb already.  it's just another example of the anti-Hungarian bias shown by this country.  If this lightbulb were in Craiova it would have been changed months ago.  

2 comments:

Chris Wilkinson said...

Sick this Szekely on them:
http://europebetweeneastandwest.wordpress.com/2013/11/21/dracula-at-passport-control-the-mask-reveals-the-man-of-szekely-land/

Cheers

ernobius said...

Oh, this is perfect. As someone from Hargita county, I can attest that especially the Hungarian authorities' reaction :)