Sunday, January 29, 2006

Iran, Serbia sign security agreement

Tehran -- Monday - Iranian First Vice President Parviz Davoudi on Sunday authorized temporary signing of an agreement on security cooperation between the governments of Iran and Serbia-Montenegro, according to Iranian news agency.

According to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), in response to the proposal of the Ministry of Interior, the secretariat of the government's council for dissemination of information and the cabinet authorized the Ministry of Information to proceed and temporarily ink such an agreement.

The move is in accordance with article 2 of Iran's by-law on drawing up and signing international contracts approved in 1992, reports IRNA.

34 comments:

Anonymous said...

How nice, 2 terrorist countries agreeing to cause more trouble. Now if someone wants to debate with this, what security reasons does Iran and Great Vojvodina have? I soon hope to read "Great Vojvodina signs with bin Laden over 'security' reason!"

Kristian said...

I was thinking along similar lines. What kind of security agreement are they talking about. Is serbia planning on buying nuclear technology from Iran in the future?

Since serbia is feeling isolated maybe they need to stock up on arms of mass destruction. You know, the 100yr anniversary of the shooting of Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria is comming up in a few years. Maybe they want to celebrate it with a BANG!

Anonymous said...

Typical prejudices and lies,the report is not confirmed.

Oh and I forgot to mention that this report was trashed out by Kosovo Albanians"Kosovareport",
a people that is known by desecrating monasteries,murdering helpless children and having driven some 200000 serbs out of Kosovo since 1999.

Why did you forget to mention the link between Al Qaeda and the UCK?
They are both Islamic terrorists.

Anonymous said...

Is Serbia joining Axis of Evil now that Iraq is out?

illyrianboy said...

anonymous
Kosovareport has never posted anything not confirmed. Anyway, it is just a blog and as you can see the news is made by the Iran agency. Kosovareport is not an agency.

Pathetic you are.

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how shkijet (scum serbs) forget to remember how their "brave terrorist buddies" burned our mosques, homes, and shops; all for fun. The fact they have massacred over 11,000 Kosovars just between the year 1998/1999.

If you don't believe that they are ruled by terrorism or as they call it "radicalism" (like radical parties) just look what their prime minister did as soon as he arrived in Kosova. No he didn't not shake hands or anything, he got a kallashnikov (ak 47) and shot rounds. Yes, that is the image of democracy. Call the Bush Administartion we've found the technique to boost his ratings.

Kosova.. The only place where a 5% minority has the power of 15% [in parlament].

fauna said...

Brussels or Belarus?
Not even Belarus... Go Iran!

illyrianboy said...

Apparently, they've made their choice! And Belarus is to democratic for them! haha

Kristian said...

what no responses by Ivan and cv.....??????????


Oh my GoD becky is this a trend?

Anonymous said...

yo... axis of evil junior...
here is a serbian source confirming the news.
http://www.b92.net/english/news/index.php?&nav_category=12&nav_id=33677&order=priority&style=headlines
Iran, Serbia sign security agreement | 09:36 January 23 | Irna
Tehran -- Monday - Iranian First Vice President Parviz Davoudi on Sunday authorized temporary signing of an agreement on security cooperation between the governments of Iran and Serbia-Montenegro, according to Iranian news agency.

According to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), in response to the proposal of the Ministry of Interior, the secretariat of the government's council for dissemination of information and the cabinet authorized the Ministry of Information to proceed and temporarily ink such an agreement.

The move is in accordance with article 2 of Iran's by-law on drawing up and signing international contracts approved in 1992, reports IRNA.

Also see the original:
http://www.irna.ir/en/news/view/menu-236/0601221945163932.htm
Iran, Serbia sign security agreement
Tehran, Jan 22, IRNA

Iran-Cooperation-Serbia
First Vice President Parviz Davoudi on Sunday authorized temporary signing of an agreement on security cooperation between the governments of Iran and Serbia-Montenegro.

In response to the proposal of the Ministry of Interior, the secretariat of the government's council for dissemination of information and the cabinet authorized the Ministry of Information to proceed and temporarily ink such an agreement.

The move is in accordance with article 2 of the by-law on drawing up and signing international contracts approved in 1992.

ivan said...

Dear Albos,

I see you really missed me. Kristian is evena aksing where i am. Whats wrong, cant you live your lives without me?

First question who approves from here the war on Iraq?

Second question, what is justice? Why cant Iran have nuclear technology and France, Irsale , US can? By what moral means does US have to forbid any country to possess nuclear technology when they were the only country in the world who threw a bomb to civilian cities?

Now going back to the issue Iran Serbia security agreement. ITs an interesting concept, and I am glad my country makes allies across the world. We will come into the EU, but at the same time we will have strong relations with Russia, and Middle East countries.

Dardania 2006 said...

Ivan,

You say Albanians hate jews etc, yet your own country is going to bed with someone who is calling for the destruction of Israel.

I hope Mossad gets you before you threaten Israel from the north too (Serbia!).

Anonymous said...

You going into EUROPE? HAHAHA, thanks for the joke, I can assure you that in the next 10-20 years, you won't even see that dream come alive. Maybe when you stop hiding war criminals, stop torturing minorities (north and south), switch to Euro, and lose Kosova, Vojvodina and Montenegro...then you may have a shot.

ivan said...

"You going into EUROPE? HAHAHA, thanks for the joke, I can assure you that in the next 10-20 years, you won't even see that dream come alive. Maybe when you stop hiding war criminals, stop torturing minorities (north and south), switch to Euro, and lose Kosova, Vojvodina and Montenegro...then you may have a shot. "

At least our minorities are not freezing to death. And dont give me "didn't pay BS"because the Serbian governement already paid for all the dues the citizens of Serbia.

Prince of Albania said...

Ivan,

Please read the following post with pragmatism. I am not a racist and I have nothing against Muslims or Iranians. That said, read below, please!

Every nation has the Right to Self-Determination. Within this Right, they have the Right to develop and harness Nuclear Energy for peaceful purposes.

Iran, however, has lost this Right. Primarily because it openly advocates the destruction of the State of Israel, a sovereign state and UN member. But also because it openly supports Terrorist organizations like The Islamic Jihad and Hamas.

Because of this they should and will be denied the right to develop any kind of Nuclear Technology. We can not have an ideological theocracy driven by religious extremism that also has Nuclear Weapons. This is unacceptable!

As such I think Serbia, as a European State, should rethink her actions and not undermine the efforts of the International Community in these respects. I don't think that any Serb, or European for that matter, would benefit in any way from a Nuclear Armed "Islamic Republic"

I hope you understand my views.

Best Regards, Prince of Albania.

Mir said...

"they should and will be denied the right to develop any kind of Nuclear Technology"

However, it is okay for United States to have nukes left over (from nothing more than a dick measuring contest with Soviet Union) in the 100's if not 1000's... even though they are the only nation to ever use it? On top of that it was used on a civilian city, twice. Double standards. What makes them ANY better? I don't support Iran getting nuclear arms, I support US (who can inflict the most terror with their nuclear arsenal) getting their nukes dismantled, along with every other country in the world that has nuclear weapons. This simply sounds to me like US is afraid of anyone else having a weapon they invented in the first place. Now they are jelously guarding the technology from other nations.

They opened Pandora's box.
--------------------------------

Now on people saying stuff like "2 terrorist states allied"?? WTF? Serbia still carries much of the political ideals that Tito carried. We are friends with BOTH Israel and Iran just like we were with US and Soviet Union. We don't take sides. We want to be ourselves. I hope you can understand that this is our mentality. Most of us, commonpeople, dont want to be in the EU because that means we have to accept someone ELSES values on politics, morals, ideals, life.

If we do that, than how the hell are we even a sovereign nation? I liked Tito's style, be friends, FRIENDS not allies, with both world powers and be allied with the poor nations and try to work together to create stable countries (in other words the Non-Allignment Agreement Pact I believe it was called which was a bloc of basically poor nations).

I hope you can understand these views, and in so understanding, see why our attitude changed dramatically to non-Serbs in the 90s comparing to the Tito's time. No one should tell us whos side to be on in anything, that should be our choice as a sovereign nation.

Kristian said...

To: Ivan

Don't worry I don't miss you, but was curious that you didn't flood the board with a zillion blogs...

And sometimes your impartial, but you do preach hate or try to instigate hate a lot, which my friend only alienates ppl and doesn't bring em any closer!

As far as Kosovo/a, Maybe you haven't checked the status of Kosovo/a as it stands economically. It is a 3rd world country bordering on 4th world. And 4th is not even a category. If everyone is suffering don't try to make a case that they're the only pll suffering. Infrastructure wise the whole area is in shambles. Improving, but at an extremely slow pace in all areas of the land.

Instead of complaining about just one group look at the bigger picture. And don't be so narrow minded.

Cvijus011 said...

Progress made in minority rights issues | 11:05 February 01 | Beta


BELGRADE -- Wednesday - Rolf Ekeus, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s High Commissioner on National Minorities, said that great progress has been made in Serbia in the field of minority rights.

Serbia-Montenegro Human and Minority Rights Minister, Rasim Ljajic, informed Ekeus about the development of a national strategy for improving the circumstances of all national minorities. According to Ljajic, the strategy is based on a further integration of minorities into state institutions, in all sectors of public and political life.

Ekeus added in a statement that he commends the efforts of the state in the southern regions of Serbia and confirmed that the OSCE will continue to encourage Albanians in South Serbia to actively participate in regional institutions.

Dardania 2006 said...

None of the Serbs answered:

Why is Serbia and jew-hating-Iran working together on "security"? Both countries embrace terrorism, doesn't this stink dear Serbs?

Are you going to allow your country to go into the North Korea/Iran club?

Cvijus011 said...

dardania,

"Why is Serbia and jew-hating-Iran working together on "security"?"

Maybe none of you here knows it, but most of the european countries (Germany mostly) already have for a long time billateral relations with Iran, on many spheres (security included). Why shouldn't Serbia?
Besides, the fact that the government of Iran has a jew-hating policy, that's their own problem. Why don't you look your government? Your Serb-hating policies are coming in the field of insanity. Just look want kind of life standards have the Serbs in Kosovo. No electricity, water and now telephones. And don't tell me the crap that they are not paying their bills cause Serbia pays it for them. Just answer me one thing: Did the Albanians pay the electricity in the period when Kosovo was still under Serbian control? I don't think so.

"Both countries embrace terrorism"

What indicates that Serbia embraces terrorism (in the post-milosevic period)? is it maybe that the authorities don't react when the Presevo albanians bourn the Serbian flag in front of the city hall, or when the authorities don't react when these same albanians bring separatist declarations? Does the current government encourage the killings of these albanians and driving them out of their homes? Do we latelly make bombings attacks in Kosovo and kill innocent albanians? Than what is the indicator of Serbia being a terrorist state, when now your copatriots have even more rights than any other citizen?

Why are you also bitching about Serbia having billateral relations with Iran. We have trading agreements with the EU, Russia, USA (US-Steel), China, Canada, etc. whereas you just blindely follow the Yanks as faithful pets. than please carry on and watch your own businesses and bugger of.

ivan said...

Dardania,

read Mir comments and you will find the answer

Kristian said...

To: cv... and all serbs

Serbia-Montenegro Human and Minority Rights Minister, Rasim Ljajic, informed Ekeus about the development of a national strategy for improving the circumstances of all national minorities. According to Ljajic, the strategy is based on a further integration of minorities into state institutions, in all sectors of public and political life.


What happened, just bc the EU has you guys by the ballz, literally, you come up with a plan to improve minority standards. How come this idea didn't dawn on you after you kicked out Milosevic???????????

It took 6 yrs for you guys to come up with a plan. My GOD!

Its for economic reasons that your doing this not bc you want to improve minority standards. Its to join the EU, get funding from the IMF and the World Bank. Otherwise, you would never improve their rights.

As far as the flag burning goes: The only reason the police are not doing anything is bc Serbia is treading on thin ice. On one hand they need to join the EU and the other make itself seem democratic when you know that every single one of you guys would love to beat the living crap at anyone that burns your flag. Am I far off on this point?????

I think I'm about 99.9% right. Anyone care to argue otherwise?

Flag burning is allowed in any democratic state. Why is it a big deal if one is burned in S&M? Oh its bc some "albanian scum" did it. Democratic by words, and racist at heart. Shameful!

ivan said...

Kristian,

soryy mate but you are full of shit.

Go to any other country and burn their flag, make an experiment and you will see what will happen.

Need I to remind you that when albanians won Greece in a soccer match, your so respectful patriots went to the streets of Athens to celebrate. Everything was fine and they had their fun until they decided to burn a greek flag. Thats when Greek people attacked your albos, and at least one albo got killed. This happened maybe a year ro two ago.

Your people need to learn that they need to respect the country where they chose to live and that it is not their village where they can behave as they want. In my prevous posts I named you several countries and their attitudes towards alabanians

I just discussed with my coalegue who is Belgian, and I aksed him what would happen to me if I went in the centre of Brussels and I started burning a Belgium flag. The answer was, that it is a criminal offence, and there is a probability that I would get beaten up by some people.

Cvijus011 said...

kristian,

it seems to me you got paranoid, you can't even spell my name. Pity, and I really liked you.

"It took 6 yrs for you guys to come up with a plan. My GOD!"

For your information, projects started already in 2001 with priority areas, which in this case were the Roma's. Before a Strategy could be adopted, a hard research should be made on any field and, most importantly a NGO sector should be established in order for them to be the mediators between the state and the population. Since resources in Serbia are scarse, the Roma national minority was prioritized, since the other national minorities through their national councils are externally financed. Since a Strategy for the Romas has been adopted and implemented, the Ministry now concetrates on the other minorities 8always starting with the one with the most needs).

"Its for economic reasons that your doing this not bc you want to improve minority standard"

You're partially right, but you miss one thing. Improving the living standards for the minorities we also ensure political stability. Look at Germany. they have an autochtonous population in eastern Germany called the Sorbs (or Sorabians). They are not even thinking of it to separate because he Germans ensure them good living standards and cultural autonomy. But look at you albo's, if the international community wouldn't pressure you, Serbs would be all gone from Kosovo-Metohija since '99. Admit it, you albos would be very happy when these "inferior Serbs" would be gone from Kosovo-Metohija.

"Flag burning is allowed in any democratic state. Why is it a big deal if one is burned in S&M? Oh its bc some "albanian scum" did it. Democratic by words, and racist at heart. Shameful!"

You talk alot about democracy but don't know shit about it. In every country (both democratic and non-democratic) under the constitution it is concidered a high treason if somebody destroyes in the teritorry of the relevant nation the national symbols of that country (don't forget that presevo is Serbian teritorry, whether you like it or not). Besides, let's take it to a more legal depth, that specific flag that the albos burned was taken down from them from the town hall and burned. Since this flag was waving at the town hall it meant that it was the property of the Serbian republic, and since these albos have taken down this flag and burned it, they destroyed a property that didn't belong to them and that's a criminal act. The police didn't react because if they did so, arresting the actors of this act, then again you would start bitching about ethnic cleansing, police brutality, discrimination, blablabla...

From a moral point of view, how would you react if I burn an albanian flag in the centre of Tirana? According to you, that's my civil right, ain't it?
And yes, if I see an albanian or anybody else in Serbia burning the Serbian flag I would kick his ass because he's disrespectful to my country, nation, etc.

Marko said...

True emancipation, human cooperation and mutual respect need a lot of time , stability and good will to be learned and implemented. We still need to learn so much more (all nations, including Yankees) and to be tolarant in a rational and natural sense. Serbs need to learn to relax a bit and be much more diplomatic. Albanians need to fully embrace the values of world they live in, as soon as possible. Both of us need to start thinking for ourselves and not for terrorists, world war mongers, dictators... I wish us all the best luck. Greets from Belgrade :)

Kristian said...

To: Ivan

In the USA its not against the law to burn the American flag. You are protected under the bill of rights. Its called freedom of expression. And its not treason to do so. Do I recommend doing it, not at all.

Do ppl agree with that NO but you still have the right in a DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY! But I guess your society is not there yet, neither is albanian society.

"Your people need to learn that they need to respect the country where they chose to live and that it is not their village where they can behave as they want. In my prevous posts I named you several countries and their attitudes towards alabanians"

We're talking about the greek flag burning here right. Reality check here. Just bc someone burned a piece of cloth, a greek individual killed someone(an albanian). That is a more HEINOUS crime then burning a piece of cloth or symbol. The cloth or the symbol can always be replaced the person CAN NOT! Remember that!


So what about Kosovo/a? Its their village/town/city that they lived in and they still couldn't behave as they wanted. Don't mix Kosovans with Albanians of Albania proper. Lets keep focus on Kosovans!

Kosovo/a doesn't have a team.
They did at one time and they beat the Belgrade team(crna zvesda(mispelled I think) in Belgrade and the Serbs attacked the players by throughing bottles, and other things at the players bc they were albanian. Early 80's and these were the golden yrs of the FROY.
So Serbs and Greeks have a habbit of ATTACKING ALBANIANS. Not a revalation at all. Again the key word is ATTACK!

And in the USA ppl hate all ex-Yugo citizens, no matter if they are slovenes, BH, croatians, albanians, montengrans, serbian or macedonian. (And this pertains to the bad apples of each ethnicity, which then becomes a generalized view of all the ppl). And all of them seem to have drug dealers, thieves, and prostitute smuggles (human trafickers,) (majority in all these being SERB/ ALBANIAN/ MACEDONIAN.) I guess we're in the same boat bc we all have bad apples. But we're (the 3 mentioned above) more singled out then the slovenes, croatians, montenegrans or bosnians.

Your right about one thing though about the experiment of flag burning. Probably would get my azz wooped, but the question was a legal one in a DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY!

To: cv...

...it seems to me you got paranoid, you can't even spell my name. Pity, and I really liked you."

I kind of like the nickname cv.. and its quicker to type. So you must be delusional, again not a REVELATION at all! Just kidding :) The cheap shot is more addressed to ivan then you.

.... projects started already in 2001 with priority areas, "

By this statement alone, albanians were never considered a priority by the serbs! Touche! Again signs that you nor your govt. never cared about its minority citizens only when its economically driven. Future EU or NATO membership! Or fear of losing territory. Again its one of the mandates to Join the EU otherwise I think the govt would of postponed this longer and it would of never been a priority.

...You're partially right, but you miss one thing. Improving the living standards for the minorities we also ensure political stability."

I've argued this point with the both of you several times. From '81 to '89 Kosovo/a's economy had fallen by 30 to 40% while other republics and vojvodian were increasing on avg by 5-7% per year.

I totally agree with your statement above but the politicians of the time mismanaged the region by not:

1)focussing on the minority issues
2)developing the region.

I forgot what was the quote your prof. told you. It was a nice one.

All of this was not done bc of fear and that fear bred hate and resentment towards albanians.

Had the govt. at the time played their cards right we probably would be talking about some other world issue and this current issue we're talking about would of never been an issue.

You know I'm right about this!




....You talk alot about democracy but don't know shit about it. In every country (both democratic and non-democratic) under the constitution it is concidered a high treason if somebody destroyes in the teritorry of the relevant nation the national symbols of that country....


Again let me remind the both of you that its not a crime to burn a piece of cloth that is a flag in democratic societies, not in the USA, Canada, Majority of Latin American countries, nor in Japan, Australia, etc.. Communist (former) countries maybe or areas where democracy is written on paper but never practiced in reality.



....From a moral point of view, how would you react if I burn an albanian flag in the centre of Tirana? According to you, that's my civil right, ain't it?......


If you were a citizen of albania then it would be your civil right! But I really don't know all the laws in albania bc its still a govt like serbia that only changed their name but still has a lot of "RADICALS".

You burning a piece of cloth wouldn't bother me at all. I will admit I'd get pissed but no reason TO KILL YOU FOR IT!

Its seems that your both educated and live outside the balkans. I don't know if you had the priveledge of being born in the west. You really have to think outside the box here.

The ppl are conditioned to think a certain way. This is key (CONDITIONED).

Hostilities run deep on both sides. Even when ppl know what the right thing to do is, they are divided amongst party lines (ex. Milosevic and his cronies) and will do what they ask for fear of retribution. There is never a simple answer to a solution. There is always a monkey wrench that can be thrown into the mix and provoke everyone even the most pacifistic individual on either side.

The key to everything is education and economics (Esquared). On both sides there are a lot of ignorant ppl with close minded views of the world, democracy, and reality.

Ppl really don't understand what democracy is. Your free to do whatever you want but if it infringes on anyones elses rights then you can't do anything you want. Its basic to me but not to ppl in the balkans.

All I can say as time passes each day that ppl would focus on positives and not negatives. When you read the news tell how many stories are positive and how many are negative? The majority being negative! FACT!

I hope we can grow as good neighbors no matter what the outcome. Peace to all on both sides and within.

To: Marko

totally agree!

Mark said...

all that i wanna say is that if you are coming from some poor country to some other country, you have to do nothing than respect the laws, people, flag...... that's it. looks like albanians are having problems everywhere in greece,macedonia,serbia..... after all, none of this 2 are nice not either serbs and not either albanians in this case.one thing is true that there is a proof of al qaida camps for training in kosovo.serbs are not nice but i can say surely that they are not connected to terrorists and they never was in the past.

Anonymous said...

Iran was instrumental during the bosnia/serbia war assisting the bosnian muslims. It seems that this is a guarantee that Iran will not get involved in Serbia/Kosovo issue

Anonymous said...

Serbians,Albanians,Greeks,Turkish,
Croatians,Poland,Hungary Etc

We need stop this war, we have to start making money like hell, look at china ! this is our competitor right now ! the whole eastern block ! is a giant power house ! we need to all look to make our life's better and for the future. we are delaying our benefits by our self. it feels like we are really to old and lazy to move forward, this is a issue.

Anonymous said...

Stupid Anonymous, shut up scum american !
America and Nato is the axis of evil !!
Serbia ans Iran fight for the good cause and by the way , screw you with your "Vojvodina* That's not even a country!

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Anonymous said...

Anonymous, I think you hit things right on the head. I believe that you are the company you keep. The same goes for nations. Just look at the type of countries and foreign leaders that Serbia has had alliances and agreements with and you can see how Western minded they are. I mean the late Saddam Hussein, Mohmar Quadaffi, Ahjmanijad in Iran and Lushenko in Byeloruss to name a few. The real punch line is that Serbia befriends and signs all kinds of security agreements with these Islamic countries like Libya and Iran but yet kills people of Muslim faith and origin in Bosnia, Kosovo and Sandjak province. Talk about hypcrasy at its best.

Anonymous said...

I would suggest that everyone here look up the term 'Realpolitik'.

Serbia and Iran are the two last countries you would expect to be co-operating on anything. On one hand, you have Serbia, who is apparently an anti-Islamic country that just can't stop killing Muslims, and on the other hand, you have Iran, which is an Islamic Republic, the supposed embodiment of real Islamic values, the protector of Islam and Muslims, and so on. Its kind of like Nazi's and Jews helping each other our. Weird huh.

But look at it this way, what do the two countries have in common?

Serbia and Iran both feel constantly under threat from their own region. Serbia is surrounded by the EU and NATO, who cannot realistically be called pro-Serb, and Iran, a Shia majority country, is surrounded by Arab Sunni states. Both countries feel isolated within their own region.
Secondly, on the international/gobal stage, both countries again feel isolated and vilified. Serbia is constantly paying for its crimes during the 90's, and its territorial sovereignty is under threat. Iran too is vilified, as being a pariah state, a loose canon, a threat to the world, etc.
For whatever reasons, good or bad, Serbia and Iran are both in a similar position. So it makes sense for them both to seek each others assistance and support. (As far as I know, Iran hasn't recognized Kosovo's independence.)
Serbia and Iran can feel a kind of solidarity, because they both are isolated and vilified, they can feel for one another I guess. It just makes sense to work together.
Also, Russia and China are also two countries that are pro-Iran and pro-Serb. That's another thing they have in common.

Now, for all the Albanians who claim that Serbia is a terrorist state, it wants to acquire nuclear weapons, and so on, let me put your fears to rest.
Serbia, as it is now, is a weak and self-hating entity. Serbia is more a threat to itself than anyone else.
The 'bad guy' image you have in your heads of Serbia, exists nowhere except in the heads of paranoid Albanians, and ultra-nationalist Serbs. In reality, Serbia is just as potent as, say, Swaziland. Its weak and pathetic.
And this is coming from a Serb.
(Iran is a different story)

So don't worry Albanian people, Serbia is not a threat to you. Saying Serbia is a dangerous, nuclear bomb wanting country that involves itself in terrorism is flattering, but its false.
Id urge you to read some Serbian news sources and Serbian blogs, to get an idea of how Serbs feel about Serbia. The reality in Serbia couldn't be more different than what you think.

Lastly, I noticed some Albanians here insist on calling Serbs scum, Id ask you to watch your tongue. Most Serbs don't want to hate anyone, and just want to get on with their lives. By hating all Serbs just because they are Serb, all you are doing is giving them a reason to hate you, and you just give Serbs who already hate you more power. And trust me, the last thing you Albanians want is an Albanian-hating Serb to get power in Serbia, and unite and re-arm the country. That would end in an Albanian holocaust, then your false accusations against Serbia would be correct.
So do yourselves a favor, and get on with your lives, and stop throwing fuel on the fire because you will get burnt.

P.S: 'Kosova', wont last forever. If history has taught us anything, regimes that depend 100% on foreign support to survive, always end up being toppled. (Look at pre-1979 Iran for example.)
And Kosova's ENTIRE existence depends almost entirely on America's support. Think America will support you forever?

Id tell you to consult Saddam Hussein on his opinion.
Oh wait...he's dead.


Ziveli.