WIE GEGEN DIE ALBANER GEHETZT WURDE....
Erstellt von skenderbegi, 22.05.2007, 10:02 Uhr · 33 Antworten · 2.080 Aufrufe
Zitat von skenderbegi
wenn du schwachkopf für das gleiche thema 50 threads aufmachst kannst du doch nicht erwarten, dass ich mich 50 mal wiederhole.
gut eigentlich bist es nicht nur du. es muss generell an albanern liegen...schau einfach mal nach.
übrigens, der mit dem igel ist mittlerweile süss geworden.
klingt irgendwie verzweifelt...
ja, die beckackte serbische masche der ablenkung.
genau. der fake von racak war die grösste, nicht wahr?
he leper kannst mal das übersetzen ?
"Political elite following Milošević’s example"
NOVI SAD -- Živorad Kovačević says that Serbia’s political elite is following the ideas of Slobodan Milošević.
“Within these ideas, problems do not get solved, rather other problems are created to hide the original ones,” the President of the European Movement in Serbia said.
During the promotion of his new book “America and the Collapse of Yugoslavia,” Kovačević said that, just like Milošević, Serbia’s current leaders did not understand international relations.
“As if problems like the Hague and Kosovo were not enough, we are now opening new problems with the Republic of Srpska and NATO membership,” Kovačević said.
The former Yugoslav ambassador to the U.S. and mayor of Belgrade said that Serbia’s foreign policy focused solely on Kosovo, rather forming a strategy to enter the extended family of a united European nation.
Kovačević said that Milošević had not understood the international factor and underestimated it, especially the U.S.
"Milošević is the main culprit for our decade of woe, he was not concerned with people’s problems and suffering. He was basically a weak, ignorant person and an untalented politician,” Kovačević said.
He said that Milošević’s policies were a tale of missed opportunities, adding that the first one was the U.S.’s initial support for keeping Yugoslavia intact.
“He could have stopped the military and avoided damaging Serbia’s reputation with operations such as those in Dubrovnik, Vukovar and Sarajevo,” Kovačević said.
Another missed chance,
according to Kovačević, was his failure to come to an agreement over Kosovo with then leader Ibrahim Rugova, which would have given Serbia more authority that it is currently vainly seeking.
“I have dedicated my book to our children’s children, so they can see how stupid and irresponsible their grandparents’ generation was, that was able, in such a short period of time, to turn what was, for all its faults, a small, beautiful and peaceful nation into a war zone and a graveyard,” Kovačević said.
B92 looks at roots of Kosovo conflict
BELGRADE -- B92 investigates a state strategy for settling the Kosovo crisis dating back to between the late 1980s and early 1990s.
In a program to be broadcast on B92 tonight, Kosovo Serbs and actors in historical events of not so long ago, discuss whether they manipulated Slobodan Milošević or vice versa. In 1989, Miroslav Šolević was expelled from Kosovo.
“I was a problem because I was, and not just me, but our whole movement was exceptionally powerful and influential. Let’s then split up a powerful machine like this, and leave those who we can handle. They were the ones who sold us out later,“ says Šolević.
Momčilo Trajković recalls those events. “Before he left, he came to see me and said he had to go, that he was sorry, that he had received threats, and that he had to leave Kosovo. When Milošević came riding in to Kosovo on his white horse, he no longer needed those people that had helped harness the horse,“ he says.
At the time, the groundwork was being laid for constitutional changes and the overthrow of the communist regime in Kosovo, including Kacusa Jasari.
“Kacusa says at one point,
’Hey, Slobo, what are you doing?
We’re on your side, we’ll do it, we’ll come to an agreement, just don’t criticize us over the TV, always that Mitević of yours, always Gračanin, let us come to an agreement.
What to do.
Tell us what you want us to do.’ He never did tell them what to do. Furious, he simply slammed his cup of coffee, spilling the contents over his wife,“ says Dušan Janjić.
He was also harsh with those that had the support of the Serb locals in Kosovo. That could be seen in his conversation with Tomislav Sekulić, a Kosovo socialist, who did not agree with all of Milošević’s policies.
“We hadn’t even sat down. The late Sekulić asks him,
’Mr. President, where’ve we got to, how’s it going?’
’Everything’s going our way.’
Sitting down Sekulić says to him,
’Mow, but watch that the rain doesn’t catch you unawares. If you mow the meadow in the rain, what’s the point?’
Milošević was an intelligent man. He responded immediately, quoting Count Miloš’s words from the monument in Požarevac:
’Delibaša, young gypsy, you can go this way or that, but I go only forwards, into life or death.’ That was in April 1988,“ recalls Trajković.
The program, B92 Investigates, produced by Jasmina Seferović, will be broadcast at 9 p.m. tonight.
hier wiedermal ein thread der ein anderes bild der serbischen politik zeigt.....
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