And, again, I draw your attention to the fact that Serbia continues to be a pariah state, 6 years into the present administration, yet here you are waxing enthusiastic about how everything is coming up roses for Serbia, the "necessary" ally, who's only contribution I can think of is the arrest and extradition of Abdelmajid Bouchar.
Opposed to that real contribution, we've got Serbian disinformation efforts in regards to the London and Madrid Bombings (both of which Serbs tried unsuccessfully to tie to their local opponents - all fun and games until Dragomir Andan got his ass fired for lying to someone besides Serbs) and an abortive offer of troops for Afghanistan, which floundered on the rocks of our demand that the offered troops be vetted for war criminals. And who are those war criminals? Why none other than the "heroes" of Serbia's pre 9/11 "War on Terror".
Live with it!
Uh-huh. It's all fun and games until the contradictions and discrepancies surmount even your ability to pound the square pegs of reality into the round holes of your fantasy world.
I reckon that day will come when Kosovo is granted its independence. And when that happens, Serbia will have lost all ability to cause trouble, and thus be about as interesting as the Czech Republic. Woo-hoo.
I reckon that day will come when Kosovo is granted its independence.
*******This is now in question. You just maybe will see a change of direction. Watch the news.