One sort of a silver lining in the general calamity: with a total incompetent in the white house for the next two years, there seems to be a fairly good chance of watching Serbian tanks roll back into Kosovo.
Oh what a beautiful morning, oh what a beautiful day,
I've got a beautiful FEELING,
EVERYTHING's going my way....
... I heard the other day that an irate Serb had successfully gunned down one of his/her NATO oppressors.
Remember the day when the Russians handed that shit4brain Soros-puppet "orange(TM)" clown Sockawillie his ass when he tried to just grab off South Ossetia?
As good as that was, there's a much better day coming right soon, particularly with a total incompetent in the white house, and that is going to be the day that Serbian tanks roll back into Kosovo and there isn't a thing in the world the demoKKKrats or "neocons(TM)" can do about it.
oralloy wrote:... I heard the other day that an irate Serb had successfully gunned down one of his/her NATO oppressors.
Serbia is a member of NATO’s Partnership for Peace programme since December 2006. And only four days ago, NATO Secretary General stated that NATO is ready to expand practical cooperation and political dialogue with Serbia step by step ... when he talked with Tomislav Nikolic.
According to Serbian sources, published by the Serbian daily Blic, a criminal gang of five persons was behind this attack, the motifs were to prevent local elections and keep up present criminal structures.
Freedom fighters are often referred to as criminals by those who are allied with the regimes that oppress them.
Since the Georgians are the victims of events that were ultimately caused by EU aggression, I hope the EU will prove willing to accept Georgia as an EU member when they apply for membership.
You think that the EU was the reason for the breakdown of the USSR?
Or are you referring to the "Rose Revolution"?
"South Ossetia is legally part of Georgia (just as Kosovo is legally part of Serbia). What Russia did to Georgia is an exact mirror image of what NATO did to Serbia."
Those I know from Kosovo have a different opinion to yours. But since I know quite a few Serbs as well ... they share your opinion.
That Kosovo is legally part of Serbia is not an opinion. It is a fact.