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Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by belisarius on 21 November 2007 3:21am
Ellerd: Milosevic has been dead now for over 18 months. NATO countries are gone absolutely wild with a project of wresting Kosovo from Serbia. If that is not an attack on the Serbs what is it? A badly written Hollywood screenplay? Give us a break! What do, actually, Serbs have to gain by being hoodwinked and "accepted" into Europe? As if they weren't already in it? They simply refuse to cow-tow to the thuggery of Europeans as articulated by Javier Solana.
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by princepetr on 21 November 2007 11:54am
Well said Belisarius! Unfortunately, I think you are casting your pearls of wisdom before the swine as the western media have done such a thorough job of demonising the Serbs. The New World order supporters prefer to believe their masters no matter how many facts you put before them, or how well you argue your point.
Monkey Butler
I am 25st so less of the little! I await your response of "Fat Bast**d then". Shouldn't it be Toss-pot? You can't get anything right can you? hehehe
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by tucsonmike on 21 November 2007 7:21pm
Guys, we are the New World Order. Who would have thought that? LOL! Sounds like the militia types out here who say they see black U.N. helicopters.

It is a dead giveaway here who a militia type is. They work the night shift in a 7/11, and tell you they work there during the week, and "defend the USA on weekends."

Mr. P leading the New World Order. Who woulda thunk? Makes a great James Bond book.
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by MMMmmm... on 21 November 2007 11:06pm
Have a happy day!
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by tucsonmike on 22 November 2007 1:08am
I always have a happy day, M.
Re: Pailin's anti-serb bias by Ken Dunn on 24 November 2007 1:33pm
This just goes to show that the media in different countries report stories in different ways. I have no doubt that the research for New Europe was one of the most difficult projects and tackling the subjects which have caused the major changes in many parts Europe requires the expertise of a brave man.
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