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Anschluss Ostdakiens an Rumänien!

Erstellt von Gentos, 15.04.2009, 22:34 Uhr · 57 Antworten · 2.825 Aufrufe

  1. #31

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    Zitat Zitat von Vendi-Urnebes Beitrag anzeigen
    Hast du auch Quellen für deine Behauptungen?
    Irgendwelche Zeitungs Artikel?
    IRGENDWAS!?!?
    Serbia persecuting Romanian minority

    While Serbs in Romania enjoy all their basic human rights, including religious, guaranteed by the Romanian constitution, unfortunately Romanians living in Timok, Serbia are prohibited to even pray in their own language. "Romanians living in Serbia do not have any basic human rights, being discriminated for even practicing their religion in their native language," writes one of the prestigious Romanian daily papers, Evenimentul Zilei.
    In the recent days, the prevailing opinion in the Balkans that Serbs and Romanians have excellent relations, is proving to be a farce. Apparently, the Serbian nationalism did not spare from persecution and discrimination the ethnic Romanian minority that lives in Timok, Serbia.

    Here are the facts: in 2005, an ethnic Romanian of Serbia, Bojan Aleksandrovic was ordained by his Romanian Orthodox Bishop, his Highness, Daniil, and his property was turned into a church, a small religious community where ethnic Romanians would pray in their own language, baptize their newborns or mourn their deceased family members.

    Frightened by the poor Romanian Orthodox bishop who could possibly rejuvenate the national identity of these persecuted ethnic Romanians for decades, Serbian authorities reacted in a very violent fashion, again. Initially, they tried to crushingly suppress the church. It was not even important that the church was Orthodox. In fact, "protection of Orthodoxy" is a motto Serbs always display whenever it is in their personal interests.
    On April 2006, a delegation of Serbian Orthodox Church visited Bucharest to reach an agreement, "with a jaw towards the sky and the other towards the ground," a Romanian colloquialism. Sometimes with threats, and sometimes with soft-talking words such as "Orthodox brothers," Serbs achieved their goal by removing the Diocese of Romanian Orthodox Episcopate from Vrscac (Vrsoara) in Serbia to Romania.

    They [Serbs] even asked to modify the title of episcopate, while we [Romanians] also agreed to not accuse them for being intentionally negative on this issue against ethnic Romanians in Serbia. Hence, the Episcopate of Vrsac became Dacia Felix, a title inspired by our [Romanian] horrendous fate.

    According to the agreement signed in Bucharest, Serbs agreed that they would take care of ethnic Romanians living in Timok Valley in Serbia, meaning that they would ordain bishops who speak Romanian.

    Henceforth, so to speak, the negotiations seemed to be moving ahead when a poorly educated Romanian bishop was ordained as from an angel, who always gallantly appeared onto his Cossack as of a reformed confessor. The ordained bishop, although he appeared to be a humble man, his deals with his Serbian Christian Orthodox friends to racketeer with electricity and wood products for construction became a very familiar habit.

    Nevertheless, he kept his promise. But Serbs informed Bishop Bojan that they would excommunicate him from the right of preaching anymore. Motive? Because he gave his sermons in Romanian language! While ethnic Serbs in Romania enjoy their religious rights guaranteed by the state - have a Vicariat in Timisoara - the ethnic Romanians living in Timok Valley, in Serbia, are not allowed to pray in their native language. So much about human rights and religious rights in Serbia!

    It is worth mentioning a bizarre statement of the Serbian Orthodox Patriarch Pavle regarding the activation of the Romanian episcopates in Bassarabia (Republic of Moldavia): "The history of the reactivation of the Metropolitan of Bassarabia is part of the darkest periods of human kind - resembling to the period of Nazi occupation!"

    May God have mercy on those who consider Serbs as "brothers."

    Daily ‘Evenimentul Zilei’ is published in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca with a circulation of 546,000.


    New Kosova Report - Serbia persecuting Romanian minority

  2. #32
    pqrs
    Zitat Zitat von De_La_GreCo Beitrag anzeigen
    rumänien ist ganz bestimmt nicht gegen serbien wir orthodoxländer halten alle zusammen wie brüder (ausnahme FYR Mazedonien )

    deswegen glaube ich das nicht
    Ja klar, Rumänen und Russen sind natürlich die besten Brüder die es gibt.

  3. #33
    Avatar von De_La_GreCo

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    Zitat Zitat von Ilan Beitrag anzeigen
    Ja klar, Rumänen und Russen sind natürlich die besten Brüder die es gibt.

    klar einer für einen und alle für einen

  4. #34

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    Zitat Zitat von Gentleman Beitrag anzeigen
    Serbia persecuting Romanian minority

    While Serbs in Romania enjoy all their basic human rights, including religious, guaranteed by the Romanian constitution, unfortunately Romanians living in Timok, Serbia are prohibited to even pray in their own language. "Romanians living in Serbia do not have any basic human rights, being discriminated for even practicing their religion in their native language," writes one of the prestigious Romanian daily papers, Evenimentul Zilei.
    In the recent days, the prevailing opinion in the Balkans that Serbs and Romanians have excellent relations, is proving to be a farce. Apparently, the Serbian nationalism did not spare from persecution and discrimination the ethnic Romanian minority that lives in Timok, Serbia.

    Here are the facts: in 2005, an ethnic Romanian of Serbia, Bojan Aleksandrovic was ordained by his Romanian Orthodox Bishop, his Highness, Daniil, and his property was turned into a church, a small religious community where ethnic Romanians would pray in their own language, baptize their newborns or mourn their deceased family members.

    Frightened by the poor Romanian Orthodox bishop who could possibly rejuvenate the national identity of these persecuted ethnic Romanians for decades, Serbian authorities reacted in a very violent fashion, again. Initially, they tried to crushingly suppress the church. It was not even important that the church was Orthodox. In fact, "protection of Orthodoxy" is a motto Serbs always display whenever it is in their personal interests.
    On April 2006, a delegation of Serbian Orthodox Church visited Bucharest to reach an agreement, "with a jaw towards the sky and the other towards the ground," a Romanian colloquialism. Sometimes with threats, and sometimes with soft-talking words such as "Orthodox brothers," Serbs achieved their goal by removing the Diocese of Romanian Orthodox Episcopate from Vrscac (Vrsoara) in Serbia to Romania.

    They [Serbs] even asked to modify the title of episcopate, while we [Romanians] also agreed to not accuse them for being intentionally negative on this issue against ethnic Romanians in Serbia. Hence, the Episcopate of Vrsac became Dacia Felix, a title inspired by our [Romanian] horrendous fate.

    According to the agreement signed in Bucharest, Serbs agreed that they would take care of ethnic Romanians living in Timok Valley in Serbia, meaning that they would ordain bishops who speak Romanian.

    Henceforth, so to speak, the negotiations seemed to be moving ahead when a poorly educated Romanian bishop was ordained as from an angel, who always gallantly appeared onto his Cossack as of a reformed confessor. The ordained bishop, although he appeared to be a humble man, his deals with his Serbian Christian Orthodox friends to racketeer with electricity and wood products for construction became a very familiar habit.

    Nevertheless, he kept his promise. But Serbs informed Bishop Bojan that they would excommunicate him from the right of preaching anymore. Motive? Because he gave his sermons in Romanian language! While ethnic Serbs in Romania enjoy their religious rights guaranteed by the state - have a Vicariat in Timisoara - the ethnic Romanians living in Timok Valley, in Serbia, are not allowed to pray in their native language. So much about human rights and religious rights in Serbia!

    It is worth mentioning a bizarre statement of the Serbian Orthodox Patriarch Pavle regarding the activation of the Romanian episcopates in Bassarabia (Republic of Moldavia): "The history of the reactivation of the Metropolitan of Bassarabia is part of the darkest periods of human kind - resembling to the period of Nazi occupation!"

    May God have mercy on those who consider Serbs as "brothers."

    Daily ‘Evenimentul Zilei’ is published in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca with a circulation of 546,000.


    New Kosova Report - Serbia persecuting Romanian minority
    Hehe, voll die gute Quelle

    Gibs au was deutsches drüber?

  5. #35

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    Zitat Zitat von Greko Beitrag anzeigen
    Hehe, voll die gute Quelle

    Gibs au was deutsches drüber?
    Diskriminierung von Minderheiten
    Auch im Berichtsjahr gab es Fälle von ethnisch und religiös motivierten Übergriffen gegen Albaner, Kroaten, Bosnier, Ungarn, Roma, Ruthenen und Walachen, die von verbalen Attacken bei Fussballspielen über Hasstiraden bis hin zu Angriffen mit Sprengkörpern reichten. Die Täter wurden nur selten vor Gericht gestellt.
    Života Milanović, Mitglied der Hindu-Gemeinde der Stadt Jagodina, war seit 2001 bereits fünfmal überfallen worden. Im Juni 2007 wurde er mit Messerstichen an Bauch, Armen und Beinen verletzt. Angesichts der Tatsache, dass der Staat Serbien Života Milanovićs Recht auf Leben nicht ausreichend schützen konnte, richtete die Nichtregierungsorganisation Youth Initiative for Human Rights im November eine Petition an den Europäischen Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte, um einen wirksamen Rechtsbehelf zu erwirken, der Milanović Schutz vor Folter und Diskriminierung gewährleistet.
    Im Juni forderte der UN-Ausschuss für die Beseitigung der Diskriminierung der Frau Serbien nachdrücklich auf, das Problem des mangelhaften Gesundheitssystems anzugehen und auch Frauen und Mädchen aus marginialisierten Gruppen, insbesondere Roma, den Zugang zu Bildung zu garantieren. Berichten des UN-Kinderhilfswerks UNICEF zufolge litten mehr als 80 Prozent der Roma-Kinder unter "unzumutbarer Armut und Mehrfachdiskriminierung". Der Bürgermeister von Topola soll im Dezember geäußert haben, die in der Kleinstadt lebenden Roma seien am besten hinter Stacheldraht aufgehoben.

    Serbien | Amnesty International Deutschland

  6. #36

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    Also , ich kenne die videos schon seit 2 jahren oder so

    Und habe damals ganz schnell den grund der albanien flagge auf dem rumänischen plakat gefunden.

    Und zwar war das als ein albanisches team in rumänien spielte und sie ganz normal ihre flagge über den zaun gehängt haben und unten drunter war eben das rumänische plakat was ganz einfach von den rumänischen fans von vorherigen spiele da hing.

    Diese videos sind einfach nur da um probleme zu schaffen wo garkeine sind!

    Romania + Serbia + Greece = Brothers

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    Zitat Zitat von Romania_18m Beitrag anzeigen
    Also , ich kenne die videos schon seit 2 jahren oder so

    Und habe damals ganz schnell den grund der albanien flagge auf dem rumänischen plakat gefunden.

    Und zwar war das als ein albanisches team in rumänien spielte und sie ganz normal ihre flagge über den zaun gehängt haben und unten drunter war eben das rumänische plakat was ganz einfach von den rumänischen fans von vorherigen spiele da hing.

    Diese videos sind einfach nur da um probleme zu schaffen wo garkeine sind!

    Romania + Serbia + Greece = Brothers
    ist so sowas bringt uns nicht ausernander



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    Ich bin zwar nicht gläubig, aber trotzdem will ich lieber einen orthodoxoen Freund als einen orthodoxen Feind

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    Zitat Zitat von Elohim Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich bin zwar nicht gläubig, aber trotzdem will ich lieber einen orthodoxoen Freund als einen orthodoxen Feind
    Ihr habt einen orthodoxen Feind, die einzige "friedliche" orthodoxe Kirche Europas => Kisha Orthodhokse Autoqefale e Shqipërisë.

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    Zitat Zitat von Gentleman Beitrag anzeigen
    Ihr habt einen orthodoxen Feind, die einzige "friedliche" orthodoxe Kirche Europas => Kisha Orthodhokse Autoqefale e Shqipërisë.


    Das sind so wenige, die stören mich nicht sonderlich :P

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