Kosovo: Serb man seriously injured at barricade

A 25-year-old Serb man was seriously injured on Monday near a barricade in northern Kosovo when he was struck by a car driven by an ethnic Albanian.

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  1. With their sky-high birthrate and bottom-low literate rate, they rule Kosovo first, Balkan next, then whole Europe.
    (oceangreen, 26 April 2012 05:28
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    Sadly, Europe is on a collision course with itself. It's obvious that the west is willing to destroy their own country with high Islamic population so it's no surprise that they are willing to destroy another country defending Islam.
    It's all slowly creeping in Australia as well, but Aussies are not stupid. We have kicked up a stink here and are expressing our dissatisfaction with it all. We are not going to take it lying down like Europe has.

    Albanians are making trouble now in Macedonia. Next will be Montenegro and so on until they take it too far and get their arses kicked all the way back to Albania.
    Western Europe is corrupt and supports Islam but I can tell you Eastern Europe is very different. Sure, there is corruption there but not in the way that appeases Islam.
    (Peggy, 26 April 2012 11:38)

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  2. Peggy,

    I am sending you this as an American's support.

    You are absolutely right that we don't live there, but the Albanians can't fool us anymore. At first, we all were touched while seeing those pitiful Albanians fleeing and whining. Then, what next? They exposed their criminal nature and committed atrocities against other people.

    With their sky-high birthrate and bottom-low literate rate, they rule Kosovo first, Balkan next, then whole Europe.
    (oceangreen, 26 April 2012 05:28)

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  3. The reason I am so "paranoid" as you put it is because I have seen what you Albanians are capable of. Take 2004 for example and all the crimes against the Serbs prior to and since then.
    (Peggy, 25 April 2012 13:36)

    I'd agree with Peggy here; that's why nobody with a sane mind in Serbia would ever wish to have again Kosovo and Serbia as a single country and have to live with 2M Albanians who are capable of.... Peggy can explain more about that.
    (icj1, 26 April 2012 04:30)

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  4. "Your comments are ridiculous"

    ...says the person who believes Albanians have car crashes on purpose! btw, thank you for recognizing our country, we love you for it
    (Nikolle, 26 April 2012 00:43)

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  5. Peggy

    I will answer that one question, you were the one who reacted to my comment, which wasn't even addressed to you
    (Nikolle, 25 April 2012 16:04)
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    Fine, but why did you keep going on? I agree with you on one thing and that is that you really should stop. You don't have anything intelligent to say.
    Continue to post and I will decide if I wish to put you back in the box. Maybe someone else will instead of me but someone will. Your comments are ridiculous.
    (Peggy, 25 April 2012 22:54)

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  6. Peggy

    I will answer that one question, you were the one who reacted to my comment, which wasn't even addressed to you
    (Nikolle, 25 April 2012 16:04)

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  7. In which case Peggy, kindly ignore my comments. I'm not asking, seeking nor do I need your interaction
    (Nikolle, 25 April 2012 14:53)
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    Ya Vol Mein Commandant.
    One question, why do you keep replying to me then?
    (Peggy, 25 April 2012 15:57)

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  8. " I really couldn't give a damn what you think or say."

    In which case Peggy, kindly ignore my comments. I'm not asking, seeking nor do I need your interaction
    (Nikolle, 25 April 2012 14:53)

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  9. s. let me ask you this, if an Australian-Albanian hit your vehicle would you view it as suspicious?
    (Nikolle, 25 April 2012 14:00)
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    Only if he/she knew who I was.
    Happy?

    BTW, I judge what you say by what your previous writings on this forum are. You get the gist of what someone is all about by reading their comments.
    You are of course free to judge me in any way you like. I really couldn't give a damn what you think or say.
    (Peggy, 25 April 2012 14:39)

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  10. deary me Peggy, you really have me frightened. by the same token Peggy, I too have seen the news and have seen what Serbs are capable of. i'm sure i do not need to mention Srebrenica, Vukovar the ethnic cleansing of Kosova etc. However, this is not to digress from the point of this article here. what is very obvious Peggy is that you yourself view the actions of those Serbs as wrong, hence the use of the word savage by you, even if preceded by the word less, to describe their actions. as for me personally Peggy, well I do not know you nor do I care to know you. you can either believe me in my assertion or you an call me a liar. i will stand by what i said, the ethnicity of the driver does not shape my opinion, for you, very obviously it does. let me ask you this, if an Australian-Albanian hit your vehicle would you view it as suspicious?
    (Nikolle, 25 April 2012 14:00)

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  11. Nikolle wrote:

    "At this this moment Peggy, you're passing judgement on my personal character. Let me tell you, if a Serb had done this, I would have seen it for what it was, an accident."
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    Bull. I have seen your postings. Don't pretend you can function in any neutral state of mind.
    The reason I am so "paranoid" as you put it is because I have seen what you Albanians are capable of. Take 2004 for example and all the crimes against the Serbs prior to and since then.
    It doesn't matter where I live, I get the news.
    (Peggy, 25 April 2012 13:36)

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  12. At this this moment Peggy, you're passing judgement on my personal character. Let me tell you, if a Serb had done this, I would have seen it for what it was, an accident. Your own view Peggy very obviously various on the ethnicity of the driver, mine doesn't. Am I to take it then, that if a Serb were to hit an Albanian, I would have reason to be suspicious? well what can I possibly say to that? the very fact that as far away as Australia you're still paranoid about Albanians shows that reconciliation and coexistence is still not possible
    (Nikolle, 25 April 2012 10:50)

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  13. May I nominate this word combination by icj1 as spam to be eliminated from his messages?
    He uses it in his every other post...
    (aaayyy, 24 April 2012 17:38)

    absolutely, since it is the preferred game for many people :)
    (icj1, 25 April 2012 03:38)

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  14. would they have beaten him up if he were a Serb? iof ocurse not, it would have been deemed what it is, a traffic accident because that is all that it was. your replies here shows that Albanians and Serb are still millenia away from ebing able to trust each other
    (Nikolle, 24 April 2012 11:06)
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    Of course it would've been deemed an accident because Serbs have no reason to run each other over, but Albanians. well, you know.
    If an Albanian ran over another Albanian you would see it as an accident, but if a Serb ran over an Albanian you would start another 2004. So, a beating is far less savage.
    (Peggy, 25 April 2012 02:44)

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  15. 'beating he deserved'. Funny to read these words, with statements like that, you are on the same level as Kosovo Albanians who try to justify stoning of cars.

    What kind of people are that who think they can take the law into their own hands?
    (Comm. Parrisson, 23 April 2012 20:48)

    This has nothing to do with stoning innocent civilians on a bus ride. This is a crazy man in a car trying to hit people. At some point the operation of a moving vehicle can become just as dangerous as a gun. When the guy rams over a young man and then slams into another car, he's obviously out to hurt someone. Better to stop him before he hurts more people.
    (Steve B., 24 April 2012 22:28)

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  16. No I am not. I got used to it. You made a comment justifying those Serbian that did hurt this guy just because is Albanian. And that is annoying not to me but to civilised world. You asking me to enlighten you about history is also annoying, not to me but to educated and civilized people.
    (gjon fusha, 24 April 2012 15:47)

    Oh dear oh dear, seem to have touch a nerve and a raw one at that!
    Did I justify the attack? You may have interpreted as such but it was your comment on Serb bravery that I found amusing, when the Alb community are capable of same if not worse. That was the nub of my comment.
    I am annoying to the civilised world? What a responsibility!
    Though the civilised and educated people may want to differ on that, assuming they pass the time on B92 :-))
    May I suggest you ponder over the following, ‘people who live in glass houses should not throw stones?’
    You cannot make accusations and not expect response, if you find that hard to comprehend then perhaps you should oblige folk by ‘not putting your head above the parapet’
    If you can’t stand the heat then leave the kitchen! As one would say
    Finally, you have yet to answer my question;
    What is IT that does not start in March 2000?
    Regards :-))
    (Wee Kelpie, 24 April 2012 19:11)

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  17. playing with logs in the roads.
    (icj1)

    May I nominate this word combination by icj1 as spam to be eliminated from his messages?

    He uses it in his every other post...
    (aaayyy, 24 April 2012 17:38)

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  18. I made a comment that did,nt bode well with the Albanian thinking, as a consequence I am damned.

    Are you still annoyed? :-)) (Wee Kelpie, 24 April 2012 08:45)

    No I am not. I got used to it. You made a comment justifying those Serbian that did hurt this guy just because is Albanian. And that is annoying not to me but to civilized world. You asking me to enlighten you about history is also annoying, not to me but to educated and civilized people.
    (gjon fusha, 24 April 2012 15:47)

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  19. What an idiot standing infront of barricade go find yourself something better to do or this is your job that you are getting paid from vesilinovoc brothers/ smugglers.
    (Vigo, 24 April 2012 11:13)

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  20. Balkan Anthropologist

    Erm...yes I do find it unfathomable that this was done on purpose. this is what you want me to believe, this man, with his girlfriend in his vehicle, decided to ram his car agaisnt another, to cause injury to the Serb, risk injuring himself and his girlfriend at the same time. amazing. if this is indeed true, then we're dealing with an idiot. now, what is more likely, that this was an traffic accident or that it was a premeditated crash? you really are only going to such length to justify a beating which any sane human being would find abhorrent. would they have beaten him up if he were a Serb? iof ocurse not, it would have been deemed what it is, a traffic accident because that is all that it was. your replies here shows that Albanians and Serb are still millenia away from ebing able to trust each other
    (Nikolle, 24 April 2012 11:06)

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  21. Kosovo: Serb man seriously injured at barricade!!

    What? Broken wrist serious. Oh please. These idiots stand in the middle of the road blocking anyone without a serb plate. Stand in front of a moving vehicle guess what happens. Investigate who pays these serbs to stand there and block the road because they dont do it for free. Is it Serbia or local mafia?
    (Karl, 24 April 2012 09:25)

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  22. What this has to do with today accident, I did not understand? Or that is how Serbian connect things, they do not know any other way to differ bad from good.
    If you like to talk history, everybody knows it does not start march 2000, so please do not annoy us.
    (gjon fusha, 23 April 2012 22:34)

    Perhaps it was my spelling (never rush or at least proof read :-)), that confused you, or maybe its that particular Balkan trait of selective memory that as kicked in!

    Though the incidents are twelve years apart the message is clear. You referred to Serbian bravery and I was providing an example of Albanian bravery.

    If you wish to 'talk history' as you so quaintly expressed, what is IT that does not start in March 2000? Please, enlighten me.

    And as for 'connecting things', well that is a joke! Albanians are just as bad as there nemeses for tenuous linkage

    I made a comment that did,nt bode well with the Albanian thinking, as a consequence I am damned.

    Are you still annoyed? :-))
    (Wee Kelpie, 24 April 2012 08:45)

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  23. it may come true what one interpreter told me back in KiM. she had read in a book written by a former German diplomat before all these YU events started (and understanding that islam had no place in europe), eventually there will be all the Balkan nations launching counter-attack against ALbanians.
    (exKFOR, 24 April 2012 07:46)

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  24. "Kosovo: Serb man seriously injured at barricade"

    Well, he needs to be careful the next time when playing with logs in the roads...
    (icj1, 24 April 2012 05:17)

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  25. "They have been putting up barricades on roads in this part of the province since last summer, in reaction to Priština's attempts to install its customs and police on two administrative line crossings located between northern Kosovo and central Serbia. "

    Funny ,don't serbs know that borders are already patroled by armed forces ? and merchandises going through custom routine ?
    (n53, 24 April 2012 00:43)

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  26. Just another day at the Balkans.
    (Hruz, 23 April 2012 16:41)

    Just an other day in Maszaristan, which is bigger Balkan than Balkan. Hope your retirement money is OK, hope you have your MALÉV tickets booked just in case if you do not want to pay SMS-tax and cash withdrawal tax and cash deposit tax and credit card usage tax. These taxes are not joke, they are serious.

    [link]

    The best what could happen with all that "szar" (crap) is if Hungary will be just simply annexed by Austria, the time that Maszarország spent on it's own was the worst in it's history. Let's face: Hungarians DO NOT deserve independence. Pathetic.

    But where is Nabucco?

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    Great move, instead of silently step aside, Hungarians need to slap first Russia (with the stupid Moscow Square story), than slap E.U. and Germany in particular - and now with Nabucco let's pinch the nose of Uncle Sam. Very wise. Last two times Hungarians decided to kick Russia and USA at the same time they did not kick Berlin. That did not end very good, so maybe the trick is to kick Berlin as well, I just miss kicking Beijing but Orbán can that, too. Hajrá Orbán.

    At this moment Albanian Kosovo looks for me like Monaco compared with Maszarország, you stay there, we now try to go. Thanks for nothing, hope the Great Leader will be booked in jail at the time we are back.

    I really hope, my wife gets the job abroad she wants. Bye-bye Ma-szar / Tegnap-szar / Holnap-szar.

    If you want, I can rent you my home. Only cash in good, old, GREEN currency. You can keep the Mickey Mouse Forint money, within few days I am going 100% green. No transaction tax.

    Give Orbán a kiss for me. May he hang one day.
    (Where is the real Balkan Kan-Kan?, 24 April 2012 00:30)

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  27. really...are you honestly suggesting that the man purposely decided to ram his car against another car, knowing that he had a women with him? is this how deep mistrust in the Balkans actually is? this was a deliberate traffic accent you're telling me?
    (Nikolle, 23 April 2012 16:26)

    Hmm. You know what? Let's run with your idea. I mean why not? Even though attacks in Kosovo are almost always politically motivated, let's entertain the idea that an Albanian driving at high speed, in northern Kosovo, sees the barricade, and accidentally hits the Serb. And the Serbs retaliate. Poor Albanian vs. mongrel Serbs.

    Would you be as rational and level headed if this were, say, Gnjilane and it was a Serbian car that hit an Albanian and in retaliation the local Albanians beat the Serb? And probably the passenger as well?

    I mean if you're going to try to think of this as a bad accident and use the same logic if the Albanian was the initial victim then I'll give you credit. But if you're only going to think this because it's unfathomable an Albanian would ever do this to a Serb, then, well, other comments have already ridiculed you :)
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 24 April 2012 00:30)

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  28. ""A mob of people against one person and that's what you call bravery?
    Serb bravery, that is."

    cry me a river

    An albanian in a car vs an unprotected serb. You call that bravery?
    (Tom Tom"

    I call it an accident regardless of who's driving.
    (cry me a river, 24 April 2012 00:07)

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  29. What kind of people are that who think they can take the law into their own hands?
    (Comm. Parrisson, 23 April 2012 20:48)
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    Serbs in Kosovo because "Kosova" law does not protect them and you damn well know it.
    How many Serbs have to be beaten and killed before you realize that "Kosova" law will do nothing and the police NEVER find let alone charge anyone for the crimes.
    So knowing all this now, what do you suggest Serbs do? Call the police?
    (Peggy, 23 April 2012 23:50)

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  30. March 2000, elderly serbain couple and their grandaughter found themselves trapped in there car at a KAlb demeonstration in Pristina. Male beaten to death and female assaulted. More damning the crowed prevented assistance and subsequent medical aid from attending.
    Now, you were saying about serb bravery??
    (weekelpie, 23 April 2012 18:47)

    What this has to do with today accident, I did not understand? Or that is how Serbian connect things, they do not know any other way to differ bad from good.
    If you like to talk history, everybody knows it does not start march 2000, so please do not annoy us.
    (gjon fusha, 23 April 2012 22:34)

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  31. @Dardany

    Sooner or later you will realize that the Serbs in the North are still today part of a Serbian province called Kosovo, that is recognized by less than half the world, and moreso by Serbia. Serbia's territory is recognized by the world with Preshevo part of it. You see the diff? Or should i repeat it. Or type in capital letters? So therefore the barricades will stay, and if you or any other scumbag decide to get brave, you'll get beat down. Simple. Preshevo, and the north part of Kosovo will never be under albo rule. Sooner or later, the whole territory will be returned. But for now.. get real. And stop making dumb arguments about fake countries.. you can't compare the two.
    (Momcilo, 23 April 2012 22:20)

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  32. A mob of people against one person and that's what you call bravery?
    Serb bravery, that is.
    (cry me a river, 23 April 2012 18:27)

    Why don't you go and make a river and see if you can see your reflection in it.
    (mirror on the wall, 23 April 2012 22:08)

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  33. this is dumb. the guy got in an accident. the guy broke both wrists which is not a serious or a life threatning injury. while the other guy got beat up by a bunch of criminals, and hospitalized, while the title only suggests that it was a hit and run. very biased and clearly trying to incite violence through missguidance
    (chicago, 23 April 2012 21:46)

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  34. He got run over by the car ---- they beat the driver = who won?????? I vote noone they both ended up in the hospital! I will not analyze who , why, what, how , when what !
    (Heron, 23 April 2012 21:25)

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  35. The ethnic Albanian was taken by the KP to the health-care center in Zubin Potok where he received medical treatment, after which he was detained at the local police station.

    Read between the lines, the serbo ambulance most likely REFUSED to come to the aid of an injured Albanian...he had to be taken by police officers. Later it was the Albanian that was detained, how many of these maniacs roaming kafices and setting up barricades are in prison? Zero!

    And to those serbs reading this message from their smart phones in Petrol Bomb 101 class....rule of law is coming to that area soon.

    Sincerely,
    (KOSO, 23 April 2012 21:22)

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  36. "I think it's pretty obvious what this Albanian was trying to accomplish. He got the beating he deserved for trying to hit people with his car like a real tough guy."
    (Steve B., 23 April 2012 19:03)

    'beating he deserved'. Funny to read these words, with statements like that, you are on the same level as Kosovo Albanians who try to justify stoning of cars.

    What kind of people are that who think they can take the law into their own hands?
    (Comm. Parrisson, 23 April 2012 20:48)

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  37. "A mob of people against one person and that's what you call bravery?
    Serb bravery, that is."

    cry me a river

    An albanian in a car vs an unprotected serb. You call that bravery?
    (Tom Tom, 23 April 2012 20:07)

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  38. I think it's pretty obvious what this Albanian was trying to accomplish. He got the beating he deserved for trying to hit people with his car like a real tough guy.
    (Steve B., 23 April 2012 19:03)

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  39. '10 Serbs 1 Albanian, that is no doubt Serbian bravery.'
    How they knew was this misfortune albanian guy fault? Misfortune because he did accident with Serbian.
    Those Serbian has no responsibility for making the trafic bad?
    Shame!
    (gjon fusha, 23 April 2012 17:37)


    March 2000, elderly serbain couple and their grandaughter found themselves trapped in there car at a KAlb demeonstration in Pristina. Male beaten to death and female assaulted. More damning the crowed prevented assistance and subsequent medical aid from attending.
    Now, you were saying about serb bravery??
    (weekelpie, 23 April 2012 18:47)

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  40. A mob of people against one person and that's what you call bravery?
    Serb bravery, that is.
    (cry me a river, 23 April 2012 18:27)

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  41. Hoti also specified that the ethnic Albania had a passenger in his vehicle - a woman - but that the Serbs did not attack her.

    Does this mean Serbians getting better? I do not think so.
    10 Serbs 1 Albanian, that is no doubt Serbian bravery.
    How they knew was this misfortune albanian guy fault? Misfortune because he did accident with Serbian.
    Those Serbian has no responsibility for making the trafic bad?
    Shame!
    (gjon fusha, 23 April 2012 17:37)

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  42. Its our kosovo goverment to be blamed, they should make sure they run this scum bags over if they see them putting up barricades, should not be left for ordinary people to sort things out. Enough is enough, serbs who wants to live in north with same rights as Albanians in the Preshevo valley then they can stay if not get your bags ready to move.
    (Dardany, 23 April 2012 17:35)

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  43. And although two broken wrists seem to be pretty bad, i wouldnt call it "seriously injured". This stuff (and worse) happens to every second skateboarder.
    (Kenny, 23 April 2012 16:27)
    You must not be use to the language, an elderly Albanian woman throwing a stone at a bus is also called ethnic cleansing!
    (LOL, 23 April 2012 17:34)

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  44. LOL typical Albanian tactic hit a guy with a car. Get out and fight like a man. Oh wait, hes a 25 year old..the only fights Albanians involve themselves with are with 65 year old men and 14 year old girls.

    Cowards as usual.
    (Ari Gold, 23 April 2012 17:30)

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  45. Whats there to say? The Albanian is guilty of the traffic accident. However, leave it up to Serbian toothless seljaks to take a simple, but unfortunate traffic accident and turn it into a assault against the driver that resulted in great bodily harm. Imagine this world if for every accident there was a mob attack against the drivers responsible...it would look like.......Serbia. I would like to comment that this occurred at an illegal barricade. If the barricade wasn't setup, there would not have been an accident. Second, how do we know that the people manning the barricade didn't try to stop the Albanian driver which then made the Albanian fear for his safety so he hit the gas pedal??? That's probably a bit conspiratorial, but its totally valid when you have Serbian unemployed seljaks manning illegal barricades drunk on Rakija. I wish everyone in this accident a speedy recovery.
    (NATO New Albanian Treaty Organization, 23 April 2012 17:27)

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  46. It never ceases to amaze me how people take sides here, proclaiming their ethnicity the innocent one, and the other the evil. In reality, the Serbs and Albanians hate each other, and take opportunities at retaliation whenever possible. Both sides are the same, I see no difference. This is pure Balkan mentality.
    (Kalifornija, 23 April 2012 17:26)

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  47. Serbs are not animals who beat up young girls. This alban maniac got what he deserved. Trying to run over Serbs with his car, who does he think he is superman? And what is he doing there?
    (Ratko, 23 April 2012 17:21)

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  48. After that, the persons(Serbs) gathered at the barricade in Zupče beat the driver and damaged his car," Besim Hoti was quoted as saying by Tanjug news agency.

    Cowards up north, your days are numbered.
    (Agim Kelmendi, 23 April 2012 17:00)

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  49. REALLY?, How do you know that he purposefully rammed the car? Were you there? Why are you so fast coming intoto conclusions? Is it because you think whatever goes wrong in this world its the albanians fault? Hopefully you will not start to blame us montenegrins too.
    Inflict great bodily harm to serbs? This sounds so much as a pure Milosevic era type propaganda.
    Why not leave this car accident to the law enforcements to decide who was at fault? How can you justify the beating of a person for who we do not know if he hit the other car in purpose or not?
    (Montenegrin, 23 April 2012 16:55)

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  50. oNLY beaten!!!
    (Avni, 23 April 2012 16:55)

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  51. Nikolle the troll. Here he goes again with his stupidity. Please B92 spare us from this.
    (Jeff, 23 April 2012 16:53)

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  52. Just another day at the Balkans.
    (Hruz, 23 April 2012 16:41)

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  53. @ Nikolle

    Exactly my thoughts. Well done.
    (Mendo, 23 April 2012 16:37)

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  54. The accident was not politically motivated. The beating afterwards was.
    And people wonder why the Albanians in northern Mitrovica have armed themselves. Because of stuff like this. Thats also the reason why KFOR upped their contigent in those regions and KPS will carry on to arrest all criminals.
    And although two broken wrists seem to be pretty bad, i wouldnt call it "seriously injured". This stuff (and worse) happens to every second skateboarder.
    (Kenny, 23 April 2012 16:27)

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  55. really...are you honestly suggesting that the man purposely decided to ram his car against another car, knowing that he had a women with him? is this how deep mistrust in the Balkans actually is? this was a deliberate traffic accent you're telling me?
    (Nikolle, 23 April 2012 16:26)

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  56. Nikolle, you obviously can't read. This albanian hit a man with his car, almost killing him, and there happened to be a pregnant woman in the car which could have lost her baby.
    I say he got what he deserved. Notice that the Serbs did not touch the woman in the passenger seat. If it was albanians, they would have beat the woman, they like beating up teenage girls when they outnumber them, remember?
    (Dragan, 23 April 2012 16:17)

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  57. Nicole...they are better than you...they didn't touch the woman and beat the idiot that purposefully rammed his car in an attempt to injure and inflict great bodily harm to Serbs. What would albos do? Hmmm..perhaps they would have beaten him, beaten the female passenger and removed all their organs?

    This was obviously a provided incident by the troll majority...hoping for an over reaction by Serbs. I think it was a measured response.
    (really?, 23 April 2012 16:06)

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  58. That means....SLOBODA...!
    (EA, 23 April 2012 16:02)

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  59. oh deary me, what exemplary people we have in the north. what we have here, is a very obvious traffic accident. serbs beating up the man, severely at that, who caused this, is utter stupidity, monstrosity and moronity. in fact they probably could have handed him in to their parallel bodies in the north. it would have been a chance for them to demonstrate that they are better than us after all. it would have shown respect for their own laws. but no, they decide to thump him. so much for you respecting the law eh?
    (Nikolle, 23 April 2012 15:31)

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