Tuesday, November 17, 2015

10 Most Fertile Kosovar Diplomats

During my #NoKosovoUnesco initiative, in which my organization successfully campaigned to keep the narco-state of Kosovo out of UNESCO, I came across some admirable competition. Hashim Thaci may be an organ-harvesting terrorist (sa bukvalno dva prsta cela; look at his tiny nonintellectual forehead) but he has exquisite taste in selecting female diplomats. To show the world that despite doing my duty to protect my country's interests, I can still respect my opposition in a dignified, civil and neighborly manner. Without further ado, an ode to Kosovar Albanian beauty and fertility;


Name: Endrita Salihu
Government function: Ministry of European Integration
Best feature: Sensational shoulders


Name: Mimoza Kusari
Government function: Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo
Best feature: Flawless teeth (by Balkan standards)


Name: Vjosa Osmani
Government function: Member of Parliament
Best feature: Perfectly symmetrical pentagon-shaped head


Name: Lendita Haxhitasim
Government function: Kosovo Diplomat
Best feature: Elegant neck


Name: Andina Vllahiu
Government function: Kosovo Environmental Protection Agency
Best feature: Sturdy chin


Name: Arbnore Berisha
Government function: Senior Youth-led Project Officer
Best feature: Pull-resistant hair


Name: Albulena Haxhiu
Government function: Deputy of the Kosova Assembly
Best feature: Za dom spremna


Name: Shqipe Vela
Government function: Manager of UNDP Kosovo anti-corruption program
Best feature: Exquisite eyebrows


Name: Liridona Osmanaj
Government function: NUNV Municipal Project Officer
Best feature: Pinchable cheeks


Name: Vlora Çitaku
Government function: Ambassador of Kosovo to USA
Best feature: Inquisitive hands

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Things done changed on this side


Prince Charles has met Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams at the start of his four-day visit to Ireland. Mr Adams was among a number of politicians to greet the prince at a reception at National University of Ireland Galway. It was the first meeting in the Republic of Ireland between Sinn Féin's leadership and a Royal Family member. Mr Adams and his colleague Martin McGuinness also had a private meeting with Prince Charles.  FULL STORY

Monday, March 30, 2015

Quote of the Week


"At least half of your income is determined by where you live, which for most people is where you were born. Then about 20 percent is due to the income level of your parents. So, your citizenship plus your parental background explain around two-thirds or even 70 percent of your income. Then, obviously, if I had data for gender, race, ethnicity and other things, which are similarly exogenously “given” to an individual, that percentage would go up, perhaps to more than 80 percent." - Branko Milanović