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Posts by Voronin

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  • Milosevic Allies Blamed in Assassination

    03/31/2003 7:56:01 AM PST · 13 of 21
    Voronin to Hoplite
    How funny. Stambolic was killed 2 weeks after Kostunca was chosen as the DOS challenger to Milosevic. Then again, you've always believed only what suit you.

    VRN

    P.S. When you find your 'other' brain cell, you should try rubbing them together and making a wish.

  • Serb army spying on Nato

    03/30/2003 11:47:53 PM PST · 13 of 15
    Voronin to Destro
    LOL! They could have spun it a little:

    Bosnian Serbs Thrown out of Spy Club"

    Useless Media Inc.

    The Bosnian Serbs have been thrown out of Spy Club International for not paying their subscription for several years, a NATO source has said. Other Club members had been turning a blind eye to this fact but had become increasingly irritated by the Bosnian Serbs lack of respect, notably refusing to lick the boots of other members and their affiliated organizations.

    The crisis came to a head after an inspection by the Spy Club enforcer organization NATO, who in march uncovered spying activities by the Bosnian Serbs against their neighbors and Club Members. According to Article 2 of the Spy Club International rule book, such rights '...only exist if the subscription fee is paid regularly and in a prompt manner.'

    Spy Club International, in it's official statement said that;

    'The Bosnian Serbs have no right to spy on grounds of national security as long as they do not pay an arbitary subscription to the club and refuse to follow club edicts.'

    The statement concludes that:

    'The Bosnian Serbs must desist from spying forthwith and be prepared to face a punishment to be decided by other Club members.'

    Due to legal limitations on foul language, the Bosnian Serb response is unprintable, but in essence, they vehemently disagree with the Clubs' actions point out its hypocrisy and arbitary actions.

    The above item is exclusive to "Useless Media Inc." and may not be reproduced in any form anywhere, ever

  • Police kill suspects in Serbian prime minister's assassination

    03/28/2003 11:44:48 AM PST · 5 of 5
    Voronin to Pro-Bush
    Dead men tell no tales. Any bets that suspect no.1 winds up dead?

    VRN

  • Milosevic Allies Blamed in Assassination

    03/28/2003 11:43:55 AM PST · 11 of 21
    Voronin to bob808; Tamodaleko
    Hold your horses. We don't know nuthin' yet. We've been told a lot of things from a country where there is a virtual media blackout. This news most probably came from governement sources. I'm holding my breath. They've already killed 2 out of three 'alleged assassins of Dj' (how convenient) and they have arrested 'thousands'. They control the information and they are doing whatever they want now. Anyone from the Surcin gang arrested?

    Voronin

  • NATO says there will be no division of Kosovo

    03/26/2003 5:36:27 AM PST · 4 of 23
    Voronin to F-117A
    BUMP!

    VRN

  • Report: Before assassination, Serb leader complained that West neglected the problem of Kosovo

    03/20/2003 4:08:31 AM PST · 36 of 74
    Voronin to kosta50
    Well said! Concur with the 'when Hopsh*te goes into b*tch mode, there's no point replying'.

    VRN

  • Martyr for a democratic Serbia

    03/18/2003 11:36:13 AM PST · 4 of 8
    Voronin to JohnHuang2
    But Mr. Djindjic. If Mr. Djindjic got it right, I thought, he would be remembered as really the father of the modern Serbia that would be emerging, its redeemer against the depredations of the Milosevic era.

    YAWN! For a research fellow he shows suprising lack of imagination and an extraordinary level of simplicity, but then again this piece is aimed a at 'Western' audience. It's suprising to see an analyst promoting such simplistic ideas myth of 'one good man'. LOL! Make him a professor and he can work for the ICG or one of those independent NGO's.

    VRN

  • ARkans Widow Arrested (my title)

    03/18/2003 12:17:45 AM PST · 15 of 15
    Voronin to FireWall
    My theory (if I were to be a conspiracist of the Serb kind), is that the Western Music majors paid the government to arrest her to stop her kind of Turbo-folk from enroaching on Western markets. A source tells me that she will be recording new songs in secret in her prison cell and releasing them into the wild... I mean Internet...

    VRN

  • Atrocities in Bosnia changed military manís view of life

    03/17/2003 9:44:43 AM PST · 5 of 5
    Voronin to Destro
    Sorry, must have missed it!

    VRN

  • Atrocities in Bosnia changed military manís view of life

    03/17/2003 9:00:52 AM PST · 2 of 5
    Voronin to *balkans; Destro
    Hmm, Moslems were fighting Moslems in Bihac.

    VRN

  • Atrocities in Bosnia changed military manís view of life

    03/17/2003 8:59:34 AM PST · 1 of 5
    Voronin
    No comment
  • Bodies of missing Kosovo Serbs identified

    03/17/2003 8:55:21 AM PST · 9 of 11
    Voronin to vooch
    Thanks v, I have now seen the light...

    VRN

  • Kosovo Albanian Asylum 'boys' we took in were conmen who stole and tried to seduce our girl

    03/17/2003 3:31:59 AM PST · 42 of 42
    Voronin to Destro
    Unfortunately nothing new. Immigration translators who translated for 'Kosovo refugees' often found that they were not from Kosovo, but from Albania. Worse still, they would have to lie to their employees that they were from 'Kosovo' or they'd meet with an accident. Nobody can protect these translators who are trying to help refugees. Sad, but true.

    VRN

  • Report: Half of Albania's GDP comes from illegal sources

    03/17/2003 3:19:54 AM PST · 9 of 9
    Voronin to Destro
    How could such and imparital, idependent NGO criticize their own allies like this. Albania was so useful for training and arming the KLA as well as staging US and foreign troops. Honestly, it's just not cricket any more to be allowed to betray your own allies.

    VRN

  • Bodies of missing Kosovo Serbs identified

    03/17/2003 3:17:22 AM PST · 6 of 11
    Voronin to Destro
    Destro,

    you've got it wrong. The Serbs hid their own bodies so that they could claim a 'conspiracy' by the West! They've learnt from their mistake at Srebrenica where what is known as the MMT (Mladic Magic Trick) made several thousand bodies dissapear into thin air. Me thinks more of US Defense budget should be spent on Magic, clearly the Serbs are world leaders and this should not be allowed to stand! ;o)

    VRN

  • THE QUISLING OF BELGRADE

    03/14/2003 8:18:39 AM PST · 9 of 19
    Voronin to bobi
    ;o)

    VRN

  • Bush is destroying American dream!

    03/14/2003 7:20:05 AM PST · 4 of 4
    Voronin to uplandgame
    Wasn't he the original 'Mr. 200,000 casulaties' in Bosnia rubbish?

    VRN

  • Iraqi war opponents were silent about Kosovo

    03/14/2003 3:57:33 AM PST · 48 of 75
    Voronin to dirtboy; Destro
    The dead may have been 100,000, but they turned out to only number ~10,000.

    Our favorite HumWarrior is still clutching at ethereal straws...

    VRN

  • Djindjic & His Serbia- The Man and the Country He Left Behind

    03/13/2003 3:57:47 PM PST · 14 of 104
    Voronin to kosta50
    Come on K, did you expect any substantive objective reporting on Djindjic? (rhetorical). For all the fluff written now, history will be much more cruel about him... If only I was not reading this article on a screen....

    As for whodunnit, it might have been carried out by crims (then again most of the citizens are because of the previous sanctions), but I pegg it only as a political. The really big question is why now? I would judge that whoever was behind it was expecting further treachery by Djindjic and it would seem reasonable that this assassination had been long in the planning. The last ten days of intensive hunts for Mladic and Karadic, 'dismantling support networks' etc. and Djindic being told to hand them over or else, was ( and using a phrase that reflects my heritage), beyond the pale for some powerful figures.

    Djindjic was trying to be a Putin figure but with a slim grasp on the real levers of power. Yes, he was very good at manipulating his opponents which a unified action less likely, but he made too many enemies and it seems to me that lead to a converging of interests of several of his enemies, ergo the rub out operation. Though I'm loath to make the comparison, like Caesar, it will be found that many hands will have held the instruments of his downfall.

    VRN

  • Djindjic death: Ex-policeman accused

    03/13/2003 10:20:11 AM PST · 50 of 50
    Voronin to Dragonfly
    OTOH, x.42 and Mr. Cabbage kept the war in Bosnia going because they could not accept a Serb victory. Several military comentators have said that the war was effectively over in 1993, and that most of the fighting was pinging bullets at the other side but not aiming, i.e. low level stuff. Total US backing for Izetbegovic, including the evesdropping on UN communications, which was then passed on directly to the BosMos gov., thus guaranteeing no peace. Sarajevo was riddled with US spooks working against the UN.

    The fact that it may have been Chirac who called publically for airstrikes is about as meaningful as saying Gavrilo Princip was the cause of World War One. The reality was taht the stage was being prepared once the famous 'break out' of Sarajevo in early 1995 failed massively, despite US and German backing. Total support for Izebegovic was shown clearly when the Serbs gave up Mts. Igman and Bjelisnica, which the UN promptly let the BosMos forces cross at will and without any credible threat of punishment. X.42 was apoplectic not because he didn't want to bomb the Serbs, but because it didn't follow his own carefully scripted plan for Bosnia and that it was some smelly frenchman telling him that he was an appeaser.

    This article is just shallow, ignorant and retains the strong smell of horse urine.

    VRN