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Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by belisarius on 20 November 2007 9:02pm
 
I notice(d) that someone concluded that princepetr must be a Serb nationalist, for the simple reason that he flouted the convention and sided with the Serbs. Am I, also, likely to be branded as a Serb nationalist for regarding the NATO/US/EU boosters as thugs?
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by MMMmmm... on 20 November 2007 10:14pm
 
Generalizations are ignorant on all sides - there are good, better, and bad guys in all countries - and potentially all organizations. The benefit or damage depends on how much power they have, and how intelligent and benevolent they are. There are a lot of ignorant opinions. It's not cool to be contrary if you're really just being ignorant.
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by MMMmmm... on 20 November 2007 10:41pm
 
The truth is in the grey area, in the end it is the grey area that rules the world.
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by MMMmmm... on 20 November 2007 10:58pm
 
Personally, from all the factual evidence I have seen - Milosevic was ruthlessly more a fascist than a saint.
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by irishmanufan on 21 November 2007 1:06am
 
what response you get depends on what side of the divide you are talking to . i guess what i am trying to say here is one mans hereo is another mans devil . who's right in this case god knows .

by the way you just be good at reading english tabloid news papers . it is the only place i have ever heard the name slobbo being used .

it is like asking george w bush was it nesecary to go to war in iraq then asking someone opposed to the war the same question . you asre going to get 2 different answers !
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by irishmanufan on 21 November 2007 1:08am
 
double posted sorry .
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by Ellerd on 21 November 2007 1:26am
 
Princepetr - you still haven't answered my question. How exactly does Michael Palin criticise the people of Serbia? Do the Serbian people regard an attack on their past and present political leaders as an attack on their country?
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by princepetr on 21 November 2007 1:54am
 
MMMmmm
"Personally, from all the factual evidence I have seen - Milosevic was ruthlessly more a fascist than a saint" ... and what evidance would this be? If you had any evidance against Milosevic you should have sent it to the Hague because they had bugger all! The reason I have reached my conclusions about Milosevic's innocence is that I have read all the transcripts of the trial. Have you MMMmmm?, I doubt it very much. I don't want to be rude ( but i'm gonna have to I'm afraid)but you are just one of the "bewildered herd" , you are fed disinformation and lies from the Western media and sadly you lap it up,AND you the have the effrontary to cricise more sentient beings who look past the propaganda and delve deeper to find the truth.
Do me a favour and give me one reason why you think Milosevic was a fascist?
But first why not take the Milosevic Quiz? The link is below in the post to irish...
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by princepetr on 21 November 2007 2:02am
 
Irishmanufan ( aren't you all!) Here's a link that may make up your mind re' Slobo ( note ONE B)
http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/neil_clark/2006/03/ten_questions_on_slobodan_milo.html
 
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by johnnythemonkey on 21 November 2007 2:25am
 
You can't even spell, you little toss pot.
 
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