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Die Alb. Mafia AACL verbreitet immer noch die Racak Lüge

Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 19.11.2004, 17:25 Uhr · 9 Antworten · 715 Aufrufe

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    Die Alb. Mafia AACL verbreitet immer noch die Racak Lüge

    Was der AACL jetzt verbreitet, als Motor und Anstifter für die Balkan Massaker, ist bereits historische Lüge und Fälschung.

    Z.B. sind die Terroristischen Aktionen der UCK in 1998, bestens durch Robert Gelbard bekannt geworden,als zuständigen US Beamten.

    The Kosovo Liberation Army: Does Clinton Policy Support Group with Terror, Drug Ties?
    From 'Terrorists' to 'Partners'
    ..........................................

    " 'The violence we have seen growing is incredibly dangerous,' Gelbard said. He criticized violence 'promulgated by the (Serb) police' and condemned the actions of an ethnic Albanian underground group Kosovo Liberation Army (UCK) which has claimed responsibility for a series of attacks on Serb targets. 'We condemn very strongly terrorist actions in Kosovo. The UCK is, without any questions, a terrorist group,' Gelbard said." [Agence France Presse, 2/23/98]

    http://www.fas.org/irp/world/para/docs/fr033199.htm



    Kosova on Trial



    By Shirley Cloyes DioGuardi





    When the trial of Fatmir Limaj, Isak Musliu, and Haradin Bala begins at the International War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague on November 15 in the same courtroom where former Serbian dictator Slobodan Milosevic is being tried, I hope that the irony and injustice of the situation is not lost.



    After waging four wars of aggression in the Balkans—wars that left more than 300,000 men, women, and children dead and four million displaced—Slobodan Milosevic was extradited to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague on June 28, 2001. The international community hailed his arrest as a major milestone in bringing peace to Southeast Europe. Bosnian Muslims and Kosovar Albanians, the principal victims of Milosevic’s genocidal march across the Balkans, greeted his extradition for war crimes and genocide as long-awaited justice and the end of a reign of terror. Few could have imagined then that three years later Milosevic would still be on trial and former members of the Kosova Liberation Army would also be sent to The Hague to stand trial for war crimes.



    No one could have imagined then that—after a decade of murder and atrocities by Milosevic’s henchmen—the only charges leveled by the ICTY in relation to war crimes in Kosova prior to 1999 would be against three Kosovar Albanians. Or that Limaj, Musliu, and Bala would be subjected to discriminatory treatment. Unlike Milosevic, they are blindfolded in transit from the prison to the court room and back, and for one month they are being held incommunicado, with access only to their lawyers.



    The ICTY was established through a special resolution of the UN Security Council to achieve fairness and to bring peace to the Balkans, and to some extent it has succeeded in carrying out its mission. But in its attempt to appear “ethnically balanced,” the ICTY is attempting to introduce moral equivalency to the crimes committed in the Balkans, which is yet another injustice meted out to Milosevic’s victims. When the trial of Fatmir Limaj, Isak Musliu, and Haradin Bala opens, a false parity will be created between Kosovar Albanians who defended their people against mass murder and mass expulsion and the perpetrators of state-sponsored terrorism led by Slobodan Milosevic. It is an appropriate time to ask whether the tribunal, in investigating former members of the KLA, is under pressure to rewrite history by equalizing responsibility for the Balkan wars for political purposes having nothing to do with basic justice.



    It is crucial to remind ourselves of what has actually happened in Kosova over the past fifteen years. In 1989, Slobodan Milosevic rose to power by fanning the flames of deeply-rooted anti-Albanian racism in Serbian society. On March 28 of that year, he illegally occupied Kosova, an autonomous province in the former Yugoslavia. Albanian radio and television stations, schools, and clinics were closed, businesses were seized, 100,000 Albanians were fired from their jobs, and Kosova’s legally elected assembly was dissolved. Dissent was met with imprisonment, torture, and murder. In a heinous example of the regime’s brutality, 7,000 Albanian children were poisoned at school by a chemical substance, fortunately none fatally, on March 23, 1990.



    For close to a decade, Milosevic and his henchmen conducted a reign of terror in Kosova with impunity. When Serbian military and paramilitary forces attacked the village of Prekaz in February 1998, killing forty-five members of Adem Jashari’s family in cold blood, the Kosova Liberation Army, a decentralized guerilla force, rose up to defend the civilian population. By the fall of 1998, Serbian troops had raped, pillaged, and murdered their way across rural Kosova, forcing 400,000 Albanians to flee. The international community responded by placing a small group of unarmed monitors on the ground. In January 1999, these monitors discovered the remains of Albanian civilians shot at point-blank range in the village of Racak. By March, when NATO finally intervened to stop the carnage, more than 90 percent of all ethnic Albanians had been expelled from their homes. Some 600,000 were struggling to survive in Kosova’s forests and mountain valleys, while almost as many had been forced
    onto cattle cars bound for camps in Macedonia and Albania.



    This is the history that must not be forgotten on the eve of the trial of former members of the Kosova Liberation Army, who are revered by Kosovar Albanians as heroes. If the ICTY becomes an instrument of those who want to see the Kosovar fighters in the same place as those who ordered and executed the most atrocious crimes to occur in Europe since the Nazi era, history will have been most cruelly rewritten, and the wider search for peace and justice in the Balkans will have been lost.



    November 13, 2004



    Shirley Cloyes DioGuardi is Balkan Affairs Adviser to the Albanian American Civic League.




    http://listserv.acsu.buffalo.edu/cgi...s&F=&S=&P=3378

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    The Racak Hoax

    The Racak Hoax

    by Diana Johnstone
    Paris, 20 January 1999

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    French newspaper and television reports today feature evidence apparently ignored by U.S. media, suggesting that the "Racak massacre" so vigorously denounced by the U.S.-imposed head of the OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) "verifiers" mission to Kosovo, William Walker, was a setup. This coincides with reports in the German press indicating strong irritation with Walker among other OSCE members. Meanwhile, the ineffable State Department spokesman James Rubin appeared tonight on CNN for short glimpses between Clinton impeachment dronings, plodding forward amid questions from journalists who were even more gung-ho for NATO bombings than he and his bride Christiane Amanpour, whose love story apparently owes so much to the common anti-Serb cause. It seems the U.S. is clueless as to the doubts being cast elsewhere on the "massacre" story, and the only questions well-paid U.S. journalists could conjure up were variations on the theme, "Why isn't cowardly NATO already bombing the Serbs?"

    RENAUD GIRARD has covered virtually all the Yugoslav wars of disintegration on the spot for the French daily Le Figaro. Below is my rough but accurate translation of his lead article published on January 20, 1999.

    -- Diana Johnstone


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    Kosovo: Obscure Areas of a Massacre

    Le Figaro, January 20, 1999
    by Renaud Girard

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    The images filmed during the attack on the village of Racak contradict the Albanians' and the OSCE's version Racak.

    Did the American ambassador William Walker, chief of the OSCE cease-fire verification mission to Kosovo, show undue haste when, last Saturday, he publicly accused Serbian security forces of having on the previous day executed in cold blood some forty Albanian peasants in the little village of Racak?

    The question deserves to be raised in the light of a series of disturbing facts. In order to understand, it is important to go through the events of the crucial day of Friday in chronological order. At dawn, intervention forces of the Serbian police encircled and then attacked the village of Racak, known as a bastion of UCK (Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA) separatist guerrillas.

    The police didn't seem to have anything to hide, since, at 8:30 a.m., they invited a television team (two journalists of AP TV) to film the operation. A warning was also given to the OSCE, which sent two cars with American diplomatic licenses to the scene. The observers spent the whole day posted on a hill where they could watch the village. At 3 p.m., a police communique reached the international press center in Pristina announcing that 15 UCK "terrorists" had been killed in combat in Racak and that a large stock of weapons had been seized.

    At 3:30 p.m., the police forces, followed by the AP TV team, left the village, carrying with them a heavy 12.7 mm machine gun, two automatic rifles, two rifles with telescopic sights and some thirty Chinese-made kalashnikovs. At 4:40 p.m., a French journalist drove through the village and met three orange OSCE vehicles. The international observers were chatting calmly with three middle-aged Albanians in civilian clothes. They were looking for eventual civilian casualties. Returning to the village at 6 p.m., the journalist saw the observers taking away two very slightly injured old men and two women. The observers, who did not seem particularly worried, did not mention anything in particular to the journalist. They simply said that they were "unable to evaluate the battle toll".

    The scene of Albanian corpses in civilian clothes lined up in a ditch which would shock the whole world was not discovered until the next morning, around 9 a.m., by journalists, soon followed by OSCE observers. At that time, the village was once again taken over by armed UCK soldiers who led the foreign visitors, as soon as they arrived, toward the supposed massacre site. Around noon, William Walker in person arrived and expressed his indignation. All the Albanian witnesses gave the same version: at midday, the policemen forced their way into homes and separated the women from the men, whom they led to the hilltops to execute them without more ado. The most disturbing fact is that the pictures filmed by the AP TV journalists -- which Le Figaro was shown yesterday -- radically contradict that version. It was in fact an empty village that the police entered in the morning, sticking close to the walls. The shooting was intense, as they were fired on from UCK trenches dug into the hillside.

    The fighting intensified sharply on the hilltops above the village. Watching from below, next to the mosque, the AP journalists understood that the UCK guerrillas, encircled, were trying desperately to break out. A score of them in fact succeeded, as the police themselves admitted. What really happened? During the night, could the UCK have gathered the bodies, in fact killed by Serb bullets, to set up a scene of cold-blooded massacre? A disturbing fact: Saturday morning the journalists found only very few cartridges around the ditch where the massacre supposedly took place. Intelligently, did the UCK seek to turn a military defeat into a political victory? Only a credible international inquiry would make it possible to resolve these doubts. The reluctance of the Belgrade government, which has consistently denied the massacre, thus seems incomprehensible.

    -- Renaud Girard for Le Figaro

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    Short comment from Diana Johnstone

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    Contrary to what Renaud Girard says in his conclusion, "The reluctance of the Belgrade government" is not, in fact, entirely incomprehensible, since Belgrade is convinced that the U.S.-led "international community" is determined to frame the Serb side in order to justify NATO bombing. The hasty and virulent William Walker condemnation of the Serbs for "the most horrendous" massacre he had ever seen (and that after four years in El Salvador!), not to mention the latest in a series of fatal "captures" of Bosnian Serbs accused of war crimes, has only confirmed the view of most Serbs that they can expect only unfair condemnation, not justice, from such "investigators".

    Doubts are cast on the reality of the "Racak massacre" even by Le Monde, which for years has led the crusade against the Serbs. But Le Monde's own correspondent, Christophe Chatelot, sent the following report from Pristina.

    -- Diana Johnstone

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    Where the Racak Dead Really Coldly Massacred?

    Le Monde, 21 January 1999
    by Christophe Chatelot

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    The version of the facts spread by the Kosovo Albanians leaves several questions unanswered. Belgrade says that the forty-five victims were UCK "terrorst, fallen during combat, but rejects any international investigation.

    Isn't the Racak massacre just too perfect? New eye witness accounts gathered on Monday, January 18, by Le Monde, throw doubt on the reality of the horrible spectacle of dozens of piled up bodies of Albanians supposedly summarily executed by Serb security forces last Friday.

    Were the victims executed in cold blood, as UCK says, or killed in combat, as the Serbs say? According to the version gathered and broadcast by the press and the Kosovo verification mission (KVM) observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), the massacre took place on January 15 in the early after-noon. "Masked" Serbian police entered the village of Racak which had been shelled all morning by Yugoslav army tanks. The broke down the doors and entered people's homes, ordering the women to stay there while they pushed the men to the edge of the village to calmly execute them with a bullet through the head, not without first having tortured and mutilated several. Some witnesses even said that the Serbs sang as they did their dirty work, before leaving the village around 3:30p.m.

    The account by two journalists of Associated Press TV television (AP TV) who filmed the police operation in Racak contradicts this tale. When at 10 a.m. they entered the village in the wake of a police armored vehicle, the village was nearly deserted. They advanced through the streets under the fire of the Kosovo Liberation Army (UCK) fighters lying in ambush in the woods above the village. The exchange of fire continued throughout the operation, with more or less intensity. The main fighting took place in the woods. The Albanians who had fled the village when the first Serb shells were fired at dawn tried to escape. There they ran into Serbian police who had surrounded the village. The UCK was trapped in between. The object of the violent police attack on Friday was a stronghold of UCK Albanian independence fighters.

    Virtually all the inhabitants had fled Racak during the frightful Serb offensive of the summer of 1998. With few exceptions, they had not come back. "Smoke came from only two chimneys", noted one of the two AP TV reporters. The Serb operation was thus no surprise, nor was it a secret. On the morning of the attack, a police source tipped off AP TV: "Come to Racak, something is happening". At 10 a.m., the team was on the spot alongside the police; it filmed from a peak overlooking the village and then through the streets in the wake of an armored vehicle.

    The OSCE was also warned of the action. At least two teams of international observers watched the fighting from a hill where they could see part of the village. They entered Racak shortly after the police left. They then questioned a few Albanians about the situation, trying to find out whether there were wounded civilians. Around 6 p.m., they took four persons -- two women and two old men -- who were very slightly wounded toward the dispensary of the neighboring town of Stimje. The verifiers said at that time that they were "incapable of establishing the number of casualties of that day of fighting".

    The publicity given by the Serbian police to that operation was intense. At 10:30 a.m., it gave out its first press release. It announced that the police had "encircled the village of Racak with the aim of arresting the members of a terrorist group who killed a policeman" the previous Sunday. At 3 p.m., a first bulletin announced fifteen Albanians killed in fighting. The next day, Saturday, it welcomed the success of the operation which, it said, had resulted in the death of dozens of UCK "terrorists" and the capture of a large stock of weapons.

    The attempt to arrest an Albanian presumed to have murdered a Serb policemen turned into a massacre. At 5:30 p.m., the police evacuated the site under the sporadic fire of a handful of UCK fighters who continued to hold out thanks to the steep and rough terrain. In no time, the first of the Albanians who had got away come back down into the village, those who had managed to hide came out in the open and three KVM vehicles drove into the village. One hour after the police left, night fell. The next morning, the press and the KVM came to see the damage caused by the fighting.

    It was at this moment that, guided by the armed UCK fighters who had recaptured the village, they discovered the ditch where a score of bodies were piled up, almost exclusively men. At midday, the chief of the KVM in person, the American diplomat William Walker, arrived on the spot and declared his indignation at the atrocities committed by "the Serb police forces and the Yugoslav army". The condemnation was total, irrevocable.

    And yet questions remain. How could the Serb police have gathered a group of men and led them calmly toward the execution site while they were constantly under fire from UCK fighters? How could the ditch located on the edge of Racak have escaped notice by local inhabitants familiar with the surroundings who were present before nightfall? Or by the observers who were present for over two hours in this tiny village? Why so few cartridges around the corpses, so little blood in the hollow road where twenty three people are supposed to have been shot at close range with several bullets in the head? Rather, weren't the bodies of the Albanians killed in combat by the Serb police gathered into the ditch to create a horror scene which was sure to have an appalling effect on public opinion? Don't the violence and rapidity of Belgrade's reaction, which gave the chief of the KVM forty-eight hours to leave Yugoslavia, show that the Yugoslavs are sure of what they are saying?

    Only an international inquiry above all suspicion will make it possible to clarify these obscure points. Finnish and Belurussian legal doctors were expected to arrive in Pristina on Wednesday to attend the autopsies being carried out by Yugoslav doctors. The problem is that the Belgrade authorities have never been cooperative in this matter. Why? Whatever the conclusions of the investigators, the Racak massacre shows that the hope of soon reaching a settlement of the Kosovo crisis seems quite illusory.

    -- Christophe Chatelot for Le Monde

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    na heute hastdu richtig losgelegt.


    Gleich 3 Threads, 3 Verschwörungstheorien, 3 Wahrnvorstellungen ,3 HetzThreads....




    Ps. mir eigentlich scheiss egal, wir kennen langsam die
    Geschichte, zBso we Albanien der einzige Staat war wo Juden geschützt wurden, oder die Serben überall Genozid anrichteten, oder serben ganz Kroatien einnehmen wollten, (durch einsetzen von serbischen Cheffen, Gnerälle...ect)


    also husch husch in die ecke

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    Zitat Zitat von Revolut
    na heute hastdu richtig losgelegt.


    Gleich 3 Threads, 3 Verschwörungstheorien, 3 Wahrnvorstellungen ,3 HetzThreads....




    Ps. mir eigentlich du bist so süss egal, wir kennen langsam die
    Geschichte, zBso we Albanien der einzige Staat war wo Juden geschützt wurden, oder die Serben überall Genozid anrichteten, oder serben ganz Kroatien einnehmen wollten, (durch einsetzen von serbischen Cheffen, Gnerälle...ect)


    also husch husch in die ecke
    Immer wieder für einen Lacher gut ...

    " Die Serben wollten ganz Kroatien einnehmen "
    " Serbien wollte überall Genozid anrichten "

    Verblendet in einer Scheinwelt voller Üllürischen-Phantasien, bis hin zu Gute Nacht Geschichten von Scharping ....

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    Zitat Zitat von Dinarski-Vuk
    Zitat Zitat von Revolut
    na heute hastdu richtig losgelegt.


    Gleich 3 Threads, 3 Verschwörungstheorien, 3 Wahrnvorstellungen ,3 HetzThreads....




    Ps. mir eigentlich du bist so süss egal, wir kennen langsam die
    Geschichte, zBso we Albanien der einzige Staat war wo Juden geschützt wurden, oder die Serben überall Genozid anrichteten, oder serben ganz Kroatien einnehmen wollten, (durch einsetzen von serbischen Cheffen, Gnerälle...ect)


    also husch husch in die ecke
    Immer wieder für einen Lacher gut ...

    " Die Serben wollten ganz Kroatien einnehmen "
    " Serbien wollte überall Genozid anrichten "

    Verblendet in einer Scheinwelt voller Üllürischen-Phantasien, bis hin zu Gute Nacht Geschichten von Scharping ....

    Weist du, warum stellstdu dir nicht mal die frage warum alle, aberwirklich ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEE MENSCHEN AUF DIESER ERDE, speziell die aus dem BAlkan immer Lügen und Märchen erlebt haben, und ihr natürlich die sogenante "Wahrheit".

    Kein LAnd in Balkan hatt so KRASSSSS seine Bürger angelogen, wie Serbien, kein LAnd auf dem BAlkan hatt soviele Menscfhen umgebracht wie Serbien, warum ging Kroatien nicht gegen Kosova? oder Mazedonien? oder Griechenland gegen Mazedonien, warum nicht Kroatien gegen Slowakei, warum nicht albanien gegen Griechenland!!?!?!?

    Warum Serbien gegen alle?

    Was kroatien anbelangt so istes tatsache dass sehrviele Serben nach Kroatien umgesiedelt wurden, plötzlich waren alle Generälle Serben, plötzlich alle hohen Cheffe Serben...plötzlich.

    das gleiche wie in Kosova...


    Immer die Serben serben serben serben serben ....


    Und ihr kenntja die Wahrheit... gerade ihr, ihr die nur in Lgen leben, bei euch ist doch alles eine riesen grosse Lüge...


    Ihr bringt sogareure Landsleute um nur weil sie schwul sind...

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    Kein LAnd in Balkan hatt so KRASSSSS seine Bürger angelogen, wie Serbien, kein LAnd auf dem BAlkan hatt soviele Menscfhen umgebracht wie Serbien, warum ging Kroatien nicht gegen Kosova? oder Mazedonien? oder Griechenland gegen Mazedonien, warum nicht Kroatien gegen Slowakei, warum nicht albanien gegen Griechenland!!?!?!?
    Warum ging Kroatien nicht gegen Kosova
    LoL Junge du hast echte komplexe jedes zweite wort von dir ist serbe serbe serbe aber egall 8)

    Erstens einmal nicht alle auf dem Balkan waren mit uns befeindet nur die Bosnier, Kroaten, Albaner und Slowenen. Wieso ganz einfach weil sie sich von Jugoslawien abspalten wollten und das geht nunmal nicht.
    Oder wieso sollten die 2,5-3 millionen serben aus der kroatien und aus bosnien plötzlich in einem neuen staat leben, wenn dem so ist dann sollten sie doch auch das recht haben einen eigenen staat zu gründen. gerechtigkeit nennt mann das.

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    Zitat Zitat von Revolut
    Zitat Zitat von Dinarski-Vuk
    Zitat Zitat von Revolut
    na heute hastdu richtig losgelegt.


    Gleich 3 Threads, 3 Verschwörungstheorien, 3 Wahrnvorstellungen ,3 HetzThreads....




    Ps. mir eigentlich du bist so süss egal, wir kennen langsam die
    Geschichte, zBso we Albanien der einzige Staat war wo Juden geschützt wurden, oder die Serben überall Genozid anrichteten, oder serben ganz Kroatien einnehmen wollten, (durch einsetzen von serbischen Cheffen, Gnerälle...ect)


    also husch husch in die ecke
    Immer wieder für einen Lacher gut ...

    " Die Serben wollten ganz Kroatien einnehmen "
    " Serbien wollte überall Genozid anrichten "

    Verblendet in einer Scheinwelt voller Üllürischen-Phantasien, bis hin zu Gute Nacht Geschichten von Scharping ....

    Weist du, warum stellstdu dir nicht mal die frage warum alle, aberwirklich ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEE MENSCHEN AUF DIESER ERDE, speziell die aus dem BAlkan immer Lügen und Märchen erlebt haben, und ihr natürlich die sogenante "Wahrheit".

    Kein LAnd in Balkan hatt so KRASSSSS seine Bürger angelogen, wie Serbien, kein LAnd auf dem BAlkan hatt soviele Menscfhen umgebracht wie Serbien, warum ging Kroatien nicht gegen Kosova? oder Mazedonien? oder Griechenland gegen Mazedonien, warum nicht Kroatien gegen Slowakei, warum nicht albanien gegen Griechenland!!?!?!?

    Warum Serbien gegen alle?

    Was kroatien anbelangt so istes tatsache dass sehrviele Serben nach Kroatien umgesiedelt wurden, plötzlich waren alle Generälle Serben, plötzlich alle hohen Cheffe Serben...plötzlich.

    das gleiche wie in Kosova...


    Immer die Serben serben serben serben serben ....


    Und ihr kenntja die Wahrheit... gerade ihr, ihr die nur in Lgen leben, bei euch ist doch alles eine riesen grosse Lüge...


    Ihr bringt sogareure Landsleute um nur weil sie schwul sind...
    Junge du lallst zu viel Scheisse.. in Kroatien sind die Serben nicht irgendwie während Tito-Zeiten als Polizisten/Generäle angesiedelt worden,s ondern leben auf diesem Gebiet schon seit über einem halben dutzend Jahrhundert!! Echt peinliche Aussage war das grad..

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    Zitat Zitat von Ravnokotarski-Vuk
    Junge du lallst zu viel Scheisse.. in Kroatien sind die Serben nicht irgendwie während Tito-Zeiten als Polizisten/Generäle angesiedelt worden,s ondern leben auf diesem Gebiet schon seit über einem halben dutzend Jahrhundert!! Echt peinliche Aussage war das grad..
    Seit über 600 Jahren?!? :?

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    wie kann man das nur eine lüge nennen,<lupo du vollidiot

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    Lucky Luke
    Wo ist Lupo eigentlich hin?

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