North Macedonia Andrea Circles Eurovision 2022 rehearsal
Photo: EBU / NATHAN REINDS

In Turin Andrea was running in “Circles.” And now North Macedonia has jumped on an exit ramp straight out of the contest. State broadcaster MRT has officially confirmed that it will not participate in Eurovision 2023 in Liverpool.

The broadcaster shared the news in a statement on Friday afternoon. It said:

“Such a decision is in the best interest of the citizens, taking into account the increased costs due to the energy crisis, which occupy a large part of the budget of the Public Service, as well as the increased registration fee for the participation in Eurovision 2023, which until last year was 39,143.00 euros, and the next year is expected to be higher. This decision will enable the saving of funds that would have been set aside for the Macedonian delegation’s stay in Liverpool, where Eurovision 2023 is being held.”

“However, MRT will broadcast the event, the two semi-final evenings and the grand final on its services. MRT hopes that the situation will stabilize, after which the country will return again with participation in Eurovision in 2024.”

 
 
 
 
 
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In Turin, North Macedonia placed 11th in Semi-Final 1, missing the grand final by just one spot. Andrea’s song “Circles” came together live, giving many people hope that she might squeeze through. Alas it wasn’t meant to be.

At Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv, North Macedonia famously won the jury vote thanks to Tamara Todevska’s song “Proud,” which gave many fans hope the country had turned a corner at the song contest. Perhaps they can keep those hopes alive when and if they return next year.

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Bunny2222
Bunny2222
1 month ago

I’m not going to deny that the energy crisis may have had an impact. But after how they treated Andrea following that turquoise carpet fiasco that was of their own making would you want to represent North Macedonia?

TJCat
TJCat
1 month ago

It’s just been highlighted on bbc radio news that countries have withdrawn because the EBU has put up entry costs this year for all countries for several reasons including the banning of Russia (who was a major financial contributor) and energy costs

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago

Basically the explanation from North Macedonia is that people are struggling with the energy crisis, so they can’t justify paying for musicians this year. If it’s public money being used, then politically (and morally) this sets a precedent. Potentially, any country could pull out for this reason. Open to discuss.

vangelis vt
vangelis vt
1 month ago

Given the energy crisis and war Europe is facing which both show no sign of winding down, personally I doubt whether all of the 34 confirmed will show up, or even that the contest will actually take place in the end. This is a much worse and escalating situation than Covid in 2020.

vangelis vt
vangelis vt
1 month ago
Reply to  vangelis vt

Of course, eurofans in this page seem to live in their own self-feeding universe, cut off from what is actually happening in the world. I am sure no broadcaster pulled out because they have a grudge regarding Ukraine’s huge televote result. The EBU canceling the results of some juries on the other hand, might have played a part in souring relations with some them. It seems to me a much more relevant factor.

Gordon Murray
Gordon Murray
1 month ago

Don’t blame the countries for withdrawing from an expensive contest with a foregone conclusion.

Noel
Noel
1 month ago
Reply to  Gordon Murray

I have said after this year eurovision I think that Ireland malta both might leave the eurovision song contest or take a break

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago
Reply to  Noel

They should, but I doubt they will anytime soon, they’re both stubborn

Jag
Jag
1 month ago

Sadly, but it’s very possible that these three countries are not only one to withdraw. It seems that Eurovision is in deep problem after last year political edition, and 2023 seems to be similar. Many people questioning what’s the point od participation in such politically guided competition, and when you add costs which only rise every year – result in many withdrawals is pretty obvious. 

anonymous
anonymous
1 month ago
Reply to  Jag

I wish my country follow suit and withdraw. We should spend money on something important. We already know who’ll win, let rich countries to participate, they have time and money to waste. But sadly, that won’t happen…

Nils
Nils
1 month ago
Reply to  Jag

Let’s be very clear: Eurovision isn’t in trouble because of Ukraine’s victory, but because one b*tthurt former Soviet agent decided to make life worse for everyone on the planet.

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago
Reply to  Nils

I agree that the only one guilty of this mess is te former Soviet agent, but they’re not mutually exclusive events

1998
1998
1 month ago
Reply to  Jag

I don’t think the politics are the main issue here. I think it’s world’s financial crisis. Remember in 2010, there were also lot of withdrawals, even Norwegian broadcaster had to sell the broadcasting rights of 2010 Worlz Cup to other Norwegian channel in order to host the 2010 ESC.

Akira
Akira
1 month ago

It’s so sad that North Macedonia, Bulgaria & Montenegro will not participate in 2023. These countries have really made good performances in the past years as well.
I really pray that the three countries will return in 2024.

Jack
Jack
1 month ago

If ebu allowed Kazakhstan in, they wouldn’t had to Increase the fees and therefore kick out so many countries. Do better.

Me Me
Me Me
1 month ago

Good. Send in Kosovo in its place.

anonymous
anonymous
1 month ago
Reply to  Me Me

No.

Zlatko
1 month ago

As a Macedonian, I’m devastated. The Macedonian broadcaster should have asked for help from the private sector if they needed the help. Eurovision is world platform for promotion of the Macedonian music. What a giant mistake.

Me Me
Me Me
1 month ago
Reply to  Zlatko

*north macedonian.

Jack
Jack
1 month ago
Reply to  Zlatko

Love how many times you repeat the word Macedonian

Fatima
Fatima
1 month ago
Reply to  Jack

147, Rose

Jack
Jack
1 month ago
Reply to  Fatima

ok felicia

sorrynotsorry
sorrynotsorry
1 month ago

What’s the most politically correct way to say you disagree with the entirely political victory in 2022?
“The costs are too high.”
I am so happy. Time to pay for the price of setting up a victory for Ukraine, who would win even if they sent a 4’33” to the contest (granted, after they cut it down to 3 minutes or less). Seriously they didn’t expect anything good out of what they did this May in Italy?
#hattersgonnahate #feelfreetodownotebutyouknowiamright

Yeah yeah fire
Yeah yeah fire
1 month ago
Reply to  sorrynotsorry

Imagine this, people actually voted for Ukraine, reason why they did is on them and irrrelevant and Macedonians are qutting because they have low scores and it is quite expensive to go to Eurovision :O

Fatima
Fatima
1 month ago
Reply to  sorrynotsorry

Who are “they” and exactly how did they set up a victory for Ukraine?

Rose Tyler
Rose Tyler
1 month ago
Reply to  sorrynotsorry

I’m glad too. Hope more countries withdraw.
I cannot believe what happened to my fave music event. Every year i was looking forward to it, everything about it made me happy. I’ll watch it still but won’t be as invested and I’m never going to vote again.
I’m really sad, but it is how it is

Cookie Nation
Cookie Nation
1 month ago
Reply to  Rose Tyler

With fans like this, who needs haters?

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago
Reply to  Cookie Nation

Exactly, fans like this are great and necessary for the contest to avoid entering an echo chamber

Devito
1 month ago
Reply to  sorrynotsorry

Despite how sadly it sounds, sorrynotsorry is at least partially right. For example, in my country (Lithuania), there were many influencers, journalists, public people who are not particularly huge fans of Eurovision, but were actively promoting to vote for Ukraine. I remember one political journalist in particular – she (Daiva Zeimyte-Biliene) said on her social page “Guys, this year it’s not about music, it’s about giving Ukraine hope” and yada yada. I mean, how can you break that logic? The song contest is not about music, but letting Ukraine know we are aware Ukraine is at war with Russia! Ridiculous,… Read more »

Rye
Rye
1 month ago

These countries have done this to themselves by not doing propper taxes that would go straight to their public broadcaster and benefit the financial stability on them.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago

Considering that it was already reported that Eurovision 2023 was not included in next year‘s budget for the North Macedonia broadcaster, I am not surprised by the news of their withdrawal. I don’t blame them really, because with the exception of 2019, they really haven’t done very well over the last decade and it’s probably not a bad idea to take a break. Hopefully they can use the time off to regroup and come back stronger in 2024.

ana
ana
1 month ago

The funny thing that till now fans were complaining about “small” arenas, and demanding more and more elaborate and bigger show every year, which translates into big spending. On top of that fans can not stand the fact that commercial sponsors names appears “too big” on the ESC logo. So giant expensive show but with no too many sponsors, where do you think the money is supposed to come from exactly? And don’t compare it to football, football is all about commercial sponsorships. Ads literally are being displayed in the background as players play the game.

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago
Reply to  ana

And because of how business-oriented football has become it has lost a lot of popularity in the last years too xd

musica
musica
1 month ago

The Brits will almost start believing that everyone hates them again 😉

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago
Reply to  musica

Myb they just think Ukraine will win again

Iain
Iain
1 month ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

I thought that too because it will be influenced by Ukranian themes and if Ukraine wins it is just waste of time and money to take part.

musica
musica
1 month ago
Reply to  Iain

If the mood on this forum and elsewhere is anything to go by Ukraine will come last. They won last time because of a lot of sympathy votes, sure, but also because they had a competitive song in a year with no clear front runner. It’s not like we had a Euphoria that was cheated of the win. So it’s up to everybody else to send good songs… as always.

Heyey
Heyey
1 month ago

Sad to see them withdraw, but glad to hear they’re planning to return in 2024. They are in a difficult situation right now which makes it understandable for them to withdraw. Plus all the drama with the flag incident just makes it even more messy.
Esma, Kaliopi’s doughnut, Jana Burceska and Eye Cue were such underrated gems of North Macedonia.

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
1 month ago

It’s sad but not a shocker unfortunately. In my whole life I haven’t experienced inflation like europe is facing at this moment which is worrisome, but it’s logical that it would have effect on things like Eurovision. Compared to things like football I think a music contest ends up relatively quickly on the cutting board when financial decisions need to be made for a broadcaster.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

Yes, art and culture don’t matter. Men running around a field for ninety minutes is what counts. The important things in life.

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Hehe not my choice 😉 all I meant is in a time where many average people have a hard time to even just pay the food bill I don’t see it as very surprising we see a few underfunded broadcasters needing to make decisions like these. Let’s hope it will get to normal again in the next few years.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

You’re right, I’m just joking. Qatar 2022 is obscene in so many ways, though, that should be the thing to go.

Fatima
Fatima
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Jonas you make a good point. And people who complain about politics in Eurovision should look at the list of “banned” matches in that sport. It’s not just Amenia v Azerbaijan.

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

It’s also the least hyped WC I’ve seen, the way Qatar expects its visitors to behave and the level of the qualified teams are unexciting. And “United” 2026 isn’t going to be any better, both Mexico and Canada might end up pulling out from hosting.

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Honestly it’s what matters for the sponsors, most people I know have been disenfranchised with football and don’t care much about it anymore

Benito Camelo
Benito Camelo
1 month ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

I feel you, I never expected to be living through this in my country, either. The current govt’s measures and the current state of the world have made quite an impact in the price of things. Almost anything costs the double of what it cost just 4 years ago. I know it’s not the same here as in Europe, though.

ESCVictorIn2999
ESCVictorIn2999
1 month ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

Pointing out the actual economic circumstances that are effecting all the world and understandably causing particular problems for the poorer nations in Europe? You are clearly far too sane to be commenting on Wiwiblogs.

tom
tom
1 month ago

There is a chance for Kazachstan i think but i am not sure, i was hoping for Slovakia too but again they are out …

I think Armenia and Moldova are in. Moldova never make a confirmation publicly and Armenia has problem with Azerbaijan and preparing JESC – so they dont need to make confirmation publicly either …

Czech Rep is 50/50 actually

We still do not know if Turkey, Hungary or Marocco will come back or not

But i think 36-38 migh be the final number

Gaga
Gaga
1 month ago
Reply to  tom

Despite Armenia is in critically dangerous situation (same as Ukraine), it won’t be nice of us to withdraw (as an Armenian, I don’t want to win the contest tho). The UK is coming to Armenia for JESC. So, we should pull ourselves together to make it through. You never know, maybe it’s the last time until our country is destroyed by Turkey and Russia for good using and arming their puppet Azerbaijan. Our withdrawal in 2020 remained unnoticed and Azerbaijan was rejoicing…it was painful to watch the war criminal Aliyev’s propagandist receiving points from Europe and Italian TV making unnecessarily… Read more »

tom
tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Gaga

Azerbaijan shoiuld have been out …. Not fair when Russia and Belarus were kicked but again other countries need to be vocal if they want Azerbaijan to be out

1998
1998
1 month ago
Reply to  tom

You expect Morocco to come back? Seriously? Don’t be delusional.

It’s known that Erdogan and Viktor Orban are boycotting ESC, so DON’T expect Hungary and Turkey for longer.

The final number will be 37.

tom
tom
1 month ago
Reply to  1998

I said ‘maybe’ – and i dont have a huge expectation. I am pretty sure Moldova and Armenia are in – but i am not sure about Czech Rep and only hope is Kazachstan at this point 🙂

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
1 month ago

These withdrawals seem coordinated. I guess more countries will pull out soon?

It’s a shame but I’m curious how ESC without semi-finals would look like. Maybe for the first time in years I won’t have dark circles during Eurovision week.

Jack
Jack
1 month ago

It’s not coordinated nor a coincidence. Fees were increased. They don’t have the money. It’s clear that EBU cares about profit not the interest of the broadcasters. They wanna kick fan media out and countries who are not rich as well.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago

The deadline was yesterday, which means decision time. That’s all.

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago

It would take three more countries to have a “coordinated” withdrawal.

tom
tom
1 month ago

Czech Rep and maybe Azerbaijan coming soon

esc2022turin
esc2022turin
1 month ago
Reply to  tom

Azerbaijan already confirmed they will participate

tom
tom
1 month ago
Reply to  esc2022turin

Thats sad 🙁

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
1 month ago

Probably for the best.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago

The contest has gotten too big. The EBU’s job is to protect the interests of its members, this is why unions exist. If LED screens and giant arenas means losing countries, they are not worth it.

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Spot on!

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

This!!

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Exactly. EBU needs to go back to the drawing table and many broadcasters are having a difficult time financially. Increasing the participation fee to upscale the contest is a good strategy to generate more profit but obviously is less inclusive. Which is not what ESC represents.

Hrvatska
Hrvatska
1 month ago

It is sad that North Macedonia has resigned from Eurovision, but I look at the state of public television finances and that they cannot even afford archiving of materials, it shows the state of television plus the nationalist opposition rules television a miracle in which the country participates in the Eurovision for children and has something there to boast and be proud of the representatives

Im so fab
Im so fab
1 month ago

3 withdrawals in one day. Crazy.

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Im so fab

Well they were just all announced at the same time because the deadline was yesterday! I don’t think we’re getting more withdrawals and with the possibility of Kazakhstan being invited, 37-38 seems a decent number of entries for Liverpool.

Ixuxu
Ixuxu
1 month ago

Waiting for the Czech Republic as well, they need to do cuts and Eurovision is not popular in our country :((

ThorBeta
ThorBeta
1 month ago
Reply to  Ixuxu

Deadline was yesterday so if you haven’t withdrawn already it’s too late to do that now 😉

Thanos
Thanos
1 month ago

Apart from the 34 countries that are shown to have confirmed their participation, which other countries are we waiting for, so what is the theoretical maximum number of participants we might have?

Thanos
Thanos
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanos

If I am not forgetting anyone and we are only waiting for Armenia, Australia and the Czech Republic then the maximum amount of countries we can have is 37 like in 2014. And it may be possible to have even less. Not good for the contest.

Devito
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanos

Australia is already a confirmed participant. If I am not mistaken, Australia has been given a 5 year warranty of participation in Eurovision, so this year they do not need a special invitation. Five countries have yet to confirm their intentions. Those are: Armenia, Czechia, Hungary, Moldova, and Turkey. I think we will get like 36, 37 if we are lucky.

Thanos
Thanos
1 month ago
Reply to  Devito

Oh yes sorry I have no idea why I put Australia in there. It’s safe to say that Hungary and Turkey will not participate so we are waiting on Moldova, Armenia and the Czech Republic. 37 is still a viable goal but all three of these countries could withdraw.

Nicky
Nicky
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanos

many more countries need to last minute withdraw please, boycott the UK elite whom ruin this contest with their too expensive plans for this contest

just a back to basics contest, online content only

Boozyfloozy69
Boozyfloozy69
1 month ago
Reply to  Nicky

It’s troglodytes like you that need boycotting!

Jack
Jack
1 month ago

Congrats to the mastermind who thought to increase the fee to get more money and now many countries withdraw so EBU will get less. Is it the same who signed the TikTok agreement and ever since the end of the contest the account is basically dead? #youarefiredmartin

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago

It is NOT OK that small broadcasters cannot afford their participation. EBU is not doing its job, but that’s old news. Or it can be that stronger, wealthy broadcasters oppose change? Whatever it is, it’s not ok. Those 2015 bridges, what happened to those? Oh right, it’s just something people say.

Roro31
1 month ago

the richest European countries should create a “European fund” to help those who are most in difficulty! Because all the small Balkan countries are unfortunately impacted… I hope that Macedonia, Montenegro or even Bulgaria will come back!

Daniel
Daniel
1 month ago
Reply to  Roro31

Or that participation in the competition generates money from the EBU

Whisker
Whisker
1 month ago
Reply to  Daniel

“From” or “for”?

Roro31
1 month ago
Reply to  Daniel

the EBU must be able to create this European fund to help the small countries so it is its role to protect the interests of the countries normally!

Johnny
Johnny
1 month ago
Reply to  Roro31

These countries have done this to themselves, maybe don’t run down your own public broadcaster to their limit and then say to others that they have to pay for it.

Laura
Laura
1 month ago
Reply to  Roro31

The Big 5 already contribute a huge amount of money for that reason

Jenny
Jenny
1 month ago
Reply to  Roro31

The Big 5 already pay at least half of the fees

Roro31
1 month ago
Reply to  Jenny

with the covid it didn’t help things unfortunately, there is also that in addition to the financial situation of the country which is quite average especially those in the Balkans…

Leendert Jan
Leendert Jan
1 month ago

This is really sad news; I always admired the Macedonians for always showing up despite their mixed fortunes at the ESC. But it’s understandable that their resources have their limits. It’s good to hear that they intend to return as soon as they can.

Ana
Ana
1 month ago
Reply to  Leendert Jan

Thank you for calling us Macedonians, usually commenters call us “North Macedonians” which is very derogatory.

Jonny
Jonny
1 month ago
Reply to  Ana

People from North Macedonia are called North Macedonians.

MTD
MTD
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonny

Not.

Go read the aggreement.

Twety-twenty-part2
Twety-twenty-part2
1 month ago

Looks like it’s time to invite Kosovo

1998
1998
1 month ago

No.

ESC8
ESC8
1 month ago

A very sad year for the Balcans as it turns out. As it seems, inviting Kazakhstan is the way to go this year, if we want to have at least 37 countries, like in 2014. Unless Turkey or Hungary join in again, which I doubt for the time being. The unfortunate thing is that (as things stand right now) we will have a semifinal (and it could be 2) with just 15 countries. As a person that is a fan of ‘the more, the merrier’ (eurovision-wise) this is really sad news. At least North Macedonia is one of the countries… Read more »

Una
Una
1 month ago
Reply to  ESC8

EBU refusing Kazakhstan’s participation for whatever (“secret” reasons) in the past despite their repeated loud attempts to join in, and then EBU possibly changing their minds and inviting them (read: three broadcasters withdrew in the space of a few days) would scream *hypocrisy* and *greed*.

ESC8
ESC8
1 month ago
Reply to  Una

I agree with you, but I think that if there is a right moment for Kazakhstan to debut, it is now, otherwise we are going to have a contest with 36 countries, the lowest number since 2006, and this is only if Moldova and the Czech Republic participate (because officially they have not confirmed yet, as far as I know at least)

tom
tom
1 month ago
Reply to  ESC8

And Armenia? We have 34 now -(Rumours said Azerbaijan might be out too, but somehow is in) …

ESC8
ESC8
1 month ago
Reply to  tom

You’re right, I forgot Armenia, I thought it was one of the 34 that have confirmed. I hope that they will confirm as well.

Una
Una
1 month ago

Sad state of affairs. I am sorry to see North Macedonia leave as well. I hope they *apologised* to Andrea.

As per the article, the fee is expected to increase in 2023. Why?

I’d hope for a *feature article* to cover the future of Eurovision. Is a really fancy contest the end goal? With increased costs, one could expect more broadcasters to withdraw and ESC could well end up being for the rich countries only.

Jenny
Jenny
1 month ago
Reply to  Una

Because of the inflation participation fees are also going up, it’s not that surprising

Leo
Leo
1 month ago

Hopefully we can host again after hosting 2023 – maybe as winner – in a better economic time. I understand that Even an event as cheap as ESC, in a world where a footballer costs £60 million, isn’t tactful in these places at this time. I just hope that there can be enough for the 2 semi finals with 36-38 nations (assuming Armenia, Australia and Moldova are definite, Czech probably and Kazakhstan possible if they win JESC) and space If another Armenia 2021 or Russia 2022 disaster occurs. I’d expect a short exit though – I don’t want a return… Read more »

Yoo
Yoo
1 month ago
Reply to  Leo

Who in your opinion should not have made it to the final in 2007?
Yes, more or less all (at that ,,geopolitical” time) Eastern European countries passed, but in my opinion they all deservedly passed, except for Latvia (my opinion).

Leo
Leo
1 month ago
Reply to  Yoo

It did have a good diversity and the east had better songs whereas some established names like us and France had train wrecks – which still outplaced a nice Irish song which had only qualified due to their previous result – hence why it feels depressing, and the poor geographical spread left a bad taste, as well as too many televoters centric songs, though the top 3 was classic and top 10 had some catchy tunes. Imagine if Snap had been eliminated for Intention under these rules if they applied to this year…

Midnight Gold
Midnight Gold
1 month ago
Reply to  Leo

The UK has never sent anything better than Georgia 2007 and that one (unfortunately) didn’t even finish top 10, they should cut the complaining.

Jonny
Jonny
1 month ago
Reply to  Leo

Let’s wait. Just because the UK came second this year doesn’t mean there will be a good result next year. We’ve been disappointed by the BBC way to often.

Polegend Godnova
1 month ago

hopefully it’s just one year off. they always enthusiastically participated, so i believe the broadcaster is just in financial crisis rn.

Colin
Colin
1 month ago

At least they said they want to return soon…

I hope so. You will be missed. All the best, and looking forward to your hopefully soon return.

Yoo
Yoo
1 month ago

What would look first pot for draw (ex-yu pot) without Montenegro and N. Macedonia?

apollinischesprinzip
apollinischesprinzip
1 month ago
Reply to  Yoo

i guess switzerland (maybe austria) would be in it.

tom
tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Yoo

Same like in 2014 when Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia were out

1998
1998
1 month ago
Reply to  Yoo

Albania, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland.

Zisk
Zisk
1 month ago

Something to be said for all the poorer countries pulling out and the richer ones beginning to dominate lately.

Polegend Godnova
1 month ago
Reply to  Zisk

we need moldova to win and then host for a flavorful and affordable edition!

Una
Una
1 month ago

Yes but who would actually pay for the events when the funding of past participations were covered by y’all know who?

Jamie
Jamie
1 month ago

The Moldovan pre-selection horror is enough. Let’s not have them host please.

sam
sam
1 month ago

it’s looking like it’s time to invite kazakhstan

Una
Una
1 month ago
Reply to  sam

It’d look desperate and hypocritical but covered all around in love love peace peace unity unity diversity diversity slogans.