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Posts by Celebratelife008

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  • We've Made the Decision to Go Ahead and Boycott CNN

    11/06/2008 4:15:48 PM PST · 17 of 118
    Celebratelife008 to GaryLee1990

    I stopped paying any attention to CNN and NPR when I learned they had army Psyops personnel on staff during the wars in the Balkans....funny, I don’t think they have been employed there for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  • Nine injured at Sarajevo's Queer Festival

    09/25/2008 4:10:40 PM PDT · 18 of 34
    Celebratelife008 to Bokababe

    Gee, our ‘moderate muslim bosnian allies’—so european...so different from ‘other’ muslims....right.

  • Moscow’s Actions in Georgia Have Undermined Russia’s Ties with Serbia

    08/28/2008 3:56:59 PM PDT · 25 of 26
    Celebratelife008 to TigersEye

    Reason #4. It might make Serbians nervous that in the future Russia may see Serbia as just another piece of property to acquire. And if circumstances presented themselves they would.

    ‘nervous’ vs ‘fear’...parsing words here, aren’t you? weak, very weak indeed...Serbs are ‘nervous’ the Russians might want to acquire Serbia? I don’t think we should turn to you for inciteful commentary on Serbia...lolol

  • Analyst: Kosovo recognition by Arab world a matter of months

    08/27/2008 6:51:37 PM PDT · 17 of 17
    Celebratelife008 to Tailgunner Joe

    “That’s right, nobody gives a crap about your shitty little country. You are Russia’s friend and our enemy so we are glad now about what Clinton did to you. We feel stupid for ever having sympathized with you. Now we are happy about your misfortune.”

    There is something seriously wrong with you. Take your hatred elsewhere. It is not rational nor does it contribute to the discussion. Maybe their is an Ustase or Albanian board somewhere where you can revel in your hatred of all things Serb. Here, you just openly shame yourself.

  • Moscow’s Actions in Georgia Have Undermined Russia’s Ties with Serbia

    08/27/2008 6:45:36 PM PDT · 23 of 26
    Celebratelife008 to TigersEye

    ..lol-—after 10 years of economic sanctions followed by 78 days of continuous bombing by the US lead Nato forces, accessorized by uranium laced bomblets sprinkled over their landscape, pressure from western bullies to hand over their heroes...you really believe that the Serbs fear Russia?
    You don’t know your Balkan politics very well...you are just spouting wishful thinking...as is this article...dream on folks...dream on.

  • Serbia: South Ossetia conflict, result of Kosovo's seccession, analysts claim

    08/12/2008 7:09:39 PM PDT · 69 of 73
    Celebratelife008 to muawiyah

    “Bombing back to the stone age” was something sometimes said “way back when”. It’s not all that common to hear it in more recent times.
    Today’s chest thumpers refer to “glass parking lot”.

    Time to beef up your understanding of idiomatic expressions. “

    allow me to be more specific:
    “We will demolish, destroy, devastate, degrade, and ultimately eliminate the essential infrastructure of that country” — said U.S. NATO General Wesley Clark, threatening Yugoslavia, in March 1999.

    Thomas Friedman, in New York Times (Apr. 23, 1999), advised Americans, whose tax money was to be used for war: “Give war a chance. (...) It should be lights out in Belgrade: every power grid, water pipe, bridge, road and war-related factory has to be targeted. Like it or not, we are at war with the Serbian nation.” Addressing Yugoslavs, he said: “We will set your country back by pulverizing you. You want 1950? We can do 1950. You want 1389? We can do 1389, too”

    Bill O’Reilly, on the Fox News Channel (April 26, 1999) advised NATO: “Rather than put ground forces at risk where we’re going to see 5,000 Americans dead, I would rather destroy their infrastructure, totally destroy it. Any target is OK. I’d warn the people, just as we did with Japan, that it’s coming, you’ve got to get out of there, OK, but I would level that country so that there would be nothing moving—no cars, no trains, nothing.”

    Stephen F. Cohen described the results in the Nation (May 24, 1999): “NATO’s sorties are literally demodernizing Serbia. Two or three decades of its economic development — the foundation of the elementary well-being of ordinary men, women and children — have already been destroyed.”

    I realize it was Curtis LeMay who said we would bomb the Vietnamese back to the stone age...the preceding was some of the phrases used for the bombing of Serbia...different words..same intent.

  • Serbia: South Ossetia conflict, result of Kosovo's seccession, analysts claim

    08/12/2008 7:09:17 PM PDT · 68 of 73
    Celebratelife008 to muawiyah

    “Bombing back to the stone age” was something sometimes said “way back when”. It’s not all that common to hear it in more recent times.
    Today’s chest thumpers refer to “glass parking lot”.

    Time to beef up your understanding of idiomatic expressions. “

    allow me to be more specific:
    “We will demolish, destroy, devastate, degrade, and ultimately eliminate the essential infrastructure of that country” — said U.S. NATO General Wesley Clark, threatening Yugoslavia, in March 1999.

    Thomas Friedman, in New York Times (Apr. 23, 1999), advised Americans, whose tax money was to be used for war: “Give war a chance. (...) It should be lights out in Belgrade: every power grid, water pipe, bridge, road and war-related factory has to be targeted. Like it or not, we are at war with the Serbian nation.” Addressing Yugoslavs, he said: “We will set your country back by pulverizing you. You want 1950? We can do 1950. You want 1389? We can do 1389, too”

    Bill O’Reilly, on the Fox News Channel (April 26, 1999) advised NATO: “Rather than put ground forces at risk where we’re going to see 5,000 Americans dead, I would rather destroy their infrastructure, totally destroy it. Any target is OK. I’d warn the people, just as we did with Japan, that it’s coming, you’ve got to get out of there, OK, but I would level that country so that there would be nothing moving—no cars, no trains, nothing.”

    Stephen F. Cohen described the results in the Nation (May 24, 1999): “NATO’s sorties are literally demodernizing Serbia. Two or three decades of its economic development — the foundation of the elementary well-being of ordinary men, women and children — have already been destroyed.”

    I realize it was Curtis LeMay who said we would bomb the Vietnamese back to the stone age...the preceding was some of the phrases used for the bombing of Serbia...different words..same intent.

  • Serbia: South Ossetia conflict, result of Kosovo's seccession, analysts claim

    08/11/2008 8:08:09 PM PDT · 57 of 73
    Celebratelife008 to wideawake

    “The population of Kosovo is 2.1 million. The population of South Ossetia is maybe 50,000 Ossetians and 30,000 Georgians.
    South Ossetia isn’t a breakaway republic. It is a couple of towns.”

    ...and Liechtenstein? Monaco? Gibralter? Their population too small to qualify them to be an independent country?
    Get real. Get a good argument for goodness sakes.

    What is good for the Albanians of Kosovo is good for any people that want to separate from a sovereign nation and form their own country...that is what the US supported with a relentless 78 day bombing...maybe the Georgians will get off a little easier than the Serbs did at the hands of the US and NATO....

  • Serbia: South Ossetia conflict, result of Kosovo's seccession, analysts claim

    08/11/2008 6:54:03 PM PDT · 55 of 73
    Celebratelife008 to elhombrelibre

    “I’ve been to Kosovo. What we’ve done there is in no way comparable to what Russia is doing to Georgia. You are the ignorant one supporting by your remarks Putin’s right to bully his neighbors by comparing to the US’s recognizing Kosovo is absurd.”

    You are right. The Russians haven’t bombed Georgia for 78 days yet...they haven’t been bombed back to the ‘stone age’ as the US military heads were saying at the time...I guess we’ve got a ways to go yet....

  • An Israeli in Kosovo

    08/08/2008 7:34:50 PM PDT · 34 of 40
    Celebratelife008 to Bokababe

    Gee...the fez is clear...the ustashe emblem on the arm is clear...is the fez the ww2 headress of the ustashe?
    Clarify, please...I know dio is on a mission to ‘set the record straight’ as he previously stated..must be hell when the truth keeps getting in the way....

  • An Israeli in Kosovo

    08/07/2008 5:32:19 PM PDT · 25 of 40
    Celebratelife008 to Bokababe

    This article is a hot topic over at LGF, where some are “silenced” if they don’t agree with the anti-Serb blog master, Charles...here is a very cogent rebuttal to this article...but only for those who are not consume with anti-Serb bias.

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/022114.php#comments

  • Serbia: US has not asked for student's extradition

    08/07/2008 5:24:22 PM PDT · 30 of 31
    Celebratelife008 to kronos77

    If I were a Serb, I wouldn’t come to the US for a trial...not unless I was a muslim Serb from Bosnia. America is hostile to Serbs-—period.

  • Bosnia: Muslims dominate capital (Sarajevo), claims Croatian MP

    08/06/2008 4:33:20 PM PDT · 8 of 17
    Celebratelife008 to Bokababe

    Good post Bokababe. Bosnia is headed for a break up. The muslims will dominate their little patch of land that will be left to them. RS will join with Serbia and the Croats will eventually join Croatia...it is inevitable...these three do not want to be joined any more than Kosovo Albanians want to be joined to Serbia....it is just a matter of time.

  • Serbia: Karadzic may tell "embarassing" secrets, says former official

    08/03/2008 9:23:30 PM PDT · 1 of 9
    Celebratelife008
  • Top war crimes fugitive Karadzic arrested: Serbia

    07/22/2008 4:38:34 PM PDT · 14 of 18
    Celebratelife008 to Bokababe

    AS has been clearly stated by another Serb:

    “...However, take heart, there is no point in arguing with destiny. The trial of this defender of Serbs promises to bring to light the role of al Qaeda in Bosnia, the Muslim government’s willing sacrifice of its youth for fanatical Islam, the U.S. support for the same international terrorists it blames for the 9-11 attacks, and the true root of the recent Bosnian conflict in the absolutely real genocide perpetrated against Serbs, Jews and Gypsies during World War Two. The holocaust visited upon them by their Croat and Muslim neighbours will finally come to light and the entire world will have the chance to weigh on the scales of justice the over 700,000 victims of the Croatian and Muslim butchers against the alleged 7,000 Muslim fighting-age males who fell with Srebrenica. Soon, the public will be seeing the photos of the thousands of Serbian civilians slaughtered by Muslim death squads striking out from within that so-called “safe area” that was nothing more than a staging ground for mass murder against the Serbs.

    After this arrest it will become increasingly difficult for the Muslims and Croats to keep playing their false role as innocent lambs.

    Radovan Karadzic never fled justice, he merely refused to submit to the biased court of victor’s injustice disguised in a Kangaroo suit at the Hague.

    I had the pleasure of being present in person when President Karadzic very convincingly explained the Bosnian Serb position of self-defence against insurgent illegal secessionists and their aggressive foreign weapons suppliers. I look forward to seeing him tell the entire world what the Western media has tried to suppress and misrepresent ever since the fall of Srebrenica. I also look forward to seeing the U.S. government face the fact that it not only gave the Muslims the carte blanche that started the Bosnian war, but then also invited the Iranians to arm its local pawns in a twisted Clintonian repeat of Iran-Contra that proves that the difference between America’s Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum political parties is nothing more than the minor variations in the way that they pursued their common criminal foreign policy in the Balkans.

    Radovan Karadzic will cut through the lies about Bosnia at the Hague and show the world why the Serbian national anthem calls on the “God of Justice” to protect the Serbs. The real guilty parties will then become obvious to all fair-minded people, no matter what undeserved demonization and tortures the U.S.-EU lynch mob inflicts on Karadzic and, by extension, the entire Serbian nation....”

  • Serbia captures fugitive Karadzic

    07/22/2008 4:31:02 PM PDT · 50 of 52
    Celebratelife008 to NYC Republican

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=750

    “...The Srebrenica Research Group, joined by former UN officials Philip Corwin and Carlos Martins Branco, released conclusions from their 200-page report “Srebrenica and the Politics of War Crimes” which said that US policy undermined UN and European brokered peace settlements, which could have ended the war in 1992 or 1993, in order to pursue a military solution which inevitably endangered safe zones. By facilitating shipments of illegal weapons to Muslim forces, the US helped turn safe zones into staging areas for conflict and tripwires for NATO intervention. The group, which will soon release the full report, announced the following conclusions:

    The premise that Serbian forces executed 7,000 to 8,000 people “was never a possibility,” according to former BBC journalist Jonathan Rooper, who investigated on site and through official records over many years the events which followed the capture of Srebrenica, and whose findings are presented in the upcoming report of the Srebrenica Research Group. He noted that by the first week of August 1995, 35,632 people had registered with the World Health Organization and Bosnian Government as displaced persons, survivors of Srebrenica, a figure which was later referred to [in] an Amnesty International report and the report of the Dutch Government....”

  • Albania Seeks Solutions to its Blood Feud Problem

    07/10/2008 5:06:27 PM PDT · 16 of 20
    Celebratelife008 to Bokababe

    It is the new millenium for goodness sakes...and the ‘ancient’ albanians are practicing blood feuds...how is it that this’ancient’ group has progressed so little?

  • U.S. to pledge $400 million in aid for Kosovo

    07/08/2008 4:01:57 PM PDT · 67 of 76
    Celebratelife008 to Bokababe

    The Bar Graph covers U.S. assistance to Kosovo from 1998-2007:
    In Fiscal Year 1998: 3.10 Million dollars in Support for Eastern European Democracies (SEED) assistance was given to Kosovo; and no other United States Government (USG) assistance was given
    Fiscal Year 1999: SEED: 82.62 Million dollars; other USG: 9.90 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2000: SEED: 168.00 Million dollars; other USG: 168.00 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2001: SEED: 79.05 Million dollars; other USG: 70.62 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2002: SEED: 118.00 Million dollars; other USG: 0 dollars
    Fiscal Year 2003: SEED: 85.00 Million dollars; other USG: 0.04 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2004: SEED: 79.05 Million dollars; other USG: 8.75 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2005: SEED: 79.60 Million dollars; other USG: 1.44 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2006: SEED: 80.47 Million dollars; other USG: 3.22 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2007: SEED: 77.70 Million dollars; other USG: 0.05 Million dollars
    Fiscal Year 2007 Supplemental: SEED: 189.0 Million dollars; other USG: 0 Million dollars

    http://www.state.gov/p/eur/rls/fs/106425.htm

    ...we’ll just keep paying the dhimmi tax so they won’t turn on us....yet....

  • US Veteran Removes His Kosovo Medal

    05/11/2008 3:38:38 PM PDT · 119 of 272
    Celebratelife008 to buwaya

    Serbia was and still remains the most diversly populated region of the former Yugoslavia...your statements regarding the ‘tribal’ Serbs are not based in fact, but in your own quite obvious anti-Serb bias.

  • US Veteran Removes His Kosovo Medal

    05/10/2008 12:30:14 PM PDT · 114 of 272
    Celebratelife008 to buwaya

    If the majority in that region (Kosovo) was Albanian for centuries, why don’t they have the right, according to principles of self-determination, to demand separation and independence ?

    so we will turn over a substantial portion of the US to illegals from the south? that is the equivalent to your suggestion in Serbia...apples and apples...defend your position...