Professor Victor Friedman, foremost expert on Balkan languages and author of a thesis about the Macedonian language, once said:
"One meeting with a Balkan leader taught me that I get a headache when I am lied to for more than 30 minutes at a stretch, he said, declining to elaborate. In two other countries, all the leaders have pursued basically the same foreign policy with respect to one of their neighbors regardless of the regime. In yet another country, change of regimes has allowed for some improvements, but a combination of internal and external instability threatens to eviscerate the very concept of leader."
What Balkan leader gave him a headache from all the lieing by this leader?
What two countries was he refering to which has the same foreign policies against a third country?
What do you think? Let's figure this out, brothers and sisters.