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To: Karadjordje
You can't tell the difference between the American flag and the Nazi swastika.

I can't tell the difference between the Serb 4C Swastika an the Nazi Swastika.

So we have to apply some sort of objective test.

Proof of the pudding: when helpless human beings were jammed into a barn and machine gunned, what were the killers who murdered them wearing?

Hint: NOT an American flag.

If you are an American citizen, shut the hell up, you're not a Serb any more. And if you think you ARE a Serb, if you like Srpska so much, go back there and scratch a living out of the fricking MUD.
20 posted on 04/18/2003 6:56:00 AM PDT by homeagain balkansvet
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To: homeagain balkansvet
homeagain balkansvet wrote:
"Serb 4C Swastika an the Nazi Swastika"

"I have three enemies, the Serbs, the Jews and the Communists."

Adolf Hitler, 1939

How shameless evil and Fascist poisened can the brain of a Fundamentalist be? Muslim Bosnians Nazis exterminated almost a half million people in Bosnia, another Million Serbs were exterminated by Croatian and Albanian Nazism and Fascism.

It's so perfide like showing massacred Serbs as Bosnian Muslim victims.

Today the Neo-Nazis again burn and expell Serb and Roma civilians.

MujaSvet, look how the perhaps strongest power against Hitlerian Nazism and Fascism in Europe fought you evil Fascists (US journalist working for the New York Times, David Binder):

"The first time I became aware of the people called Serbs was in 1942. Here in Illinois. I was 11 years old and I was already passionately interested in the course of World War II. My father was the foreign editor of The Chicago Daily News and his whole activity was devoted to the war. My brother had enlisted in the Army Air Force and my sister was soon to join the Navy. One day in the corner drugstore I picked up a comic book called War Comics and the main story in it was about the Chetniks of Draza Mihajlovic fighting the Nazis in Serbia and their bravery and self-sacrifice in battling the better armed Germans. I was dazzled. There was Col. Mihajlovic with his beard and wire-rimmed glasses. Here were people inside occupied Europe who dared for the first time to resist the mighty war machine of Hitler... not in France, not in Poland, not in Czechoslovakia, not in Holland, not in Scandinavia, but in Yugoslavia, in the Balkans. I talked with my father about those brave Serbs. Later in the war I read a bit about Tito and his Yugoslav Partisans. But it was Draza's Serbs who remained most vivid in my memory."

David Binder, "Thoughts About Serbs", June 25, 2000

Or visit your Holocaust victims of your holy Jihad, perfide Mujahedeeni (will you also call the Jews Nazis?):

"Armed Resistance in Yugoslavia

The struggle against the German invaders began in July 1941 with the Serbian uprising. Soon, the Communists took over the leadership of the struggle, and in the ensuing four years the leftist (partisan) movement increased in strength. By the middle of 1943 the movement had over 200,000 fighters in its ranks. At the height of the struggle, no fewer than twenty German divisions were fighting the partisans, with assistance from collaborators of various nationalities, including the SS Handzar division, which had been recruited among the Muslim minority in Croatia."

Simon Wiesenthal Centre (<- click)


21 posted on 04/18/2003 7:38:01 AM PDT by Karadjordje (Silajdzic:"I want air raids, air raids immediately to punish those who are killing innocent people!")
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