1. Vulin looks like "batman" and hardinaj looks like a Thugish child killer...
    (Watcher, 13 December 2017 21:49)

    actually hardinaj looks like "batman" and Vulin looks like a Thugish child killer...
    (icj1, 14 December 2017 14:45)

    # Comment link

  2. Serwer is a semi-literate messenger for the CFR, a de facto US politburo. Previous problems prophetically listed by the CFR included Vietnam in the 1950ís, and more recently Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Georgia and Ukraine.
    The US military industrial complex does announce the upcoming targets in its cross-hairs. Puppets in the Balkans should prepare for the tensioning of their strings.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 14 December 2017 10:02)

    # Comment link

  3. For nearly 50 years, the Balkans wasn't a problem. People across the Balkans (minus, of course, Albania) lived in peace, harmony, prosperity and, yes, democracy (imperfect, yet genuine) from Trieste to Constantinople and from Subotica to Crete.

    Then suddenly one day came the infectious swarm of "non"-governmental minders, "transatlantic" think-tankists, "human rights" helpers and hand-wringers, "advisors", "activists", missionaries and "democracy"-peddlers, like Se(r)wer. Along came the occupation, the sanctions, hunger, misery, economic blockade, travel bans, social strife, ethnic cleansing, medieval religious fundamentalism, disease, corruption, neoliberal mafia, oligarchy and kleptocracy, dumbing down of indigenous culture, depleted uranium, human and weapons smugglers, white phosphorus, cassette bombs, highest suicide and cancer rates in Europe and quarter century of degrading misery all around.

    And that was the end of peace and harmony in the Balkans. 25 years after the likes of Serwer, Engel, DioGuardi and similar western "experts" started "helping" the Balkans, we are still counting our dead, crippled, maimed, injured and missing.

    Please, Mr. Sewer! Please! Abandon us for just one day. Leave us deprived and bereft of your boundless fatherly love and selfless charity for just one nanosecond. Because, Mr. Sewer, a day without your love is like the eternity of divine blessings, cornucopia of boundless bliss and manna directly from heaven.
    (DEDA CVETKO, 14 December 2017 06:43)

    # Comment link

  4. Skenderbe 1444442

    Beggars can't be choosers !! Without your "lack of democracy" we would have a bloodbath.

    Quick refresher from your "democracy" loving people:
    [link]

    .. or perhaps the Gulag.

    Just because you know how to read, don't confuse yourself with Mr. Sorbonne... we're the beggars here, and I'm not putting down my defense system because your bosses (the goat-lover from the baboon village of Vicidol included) have short-term interests. I suggest you start reading history first, before you flatter yourself with other western conditions and feelings of 1st world-hopelessness
    (Tironc, 14 December 2017 06:17)

    # Comment link

  5. Endemic problems cannot be solved by:

    1- the application of exterior force
    2- minimization of one people for the benefit of another

    The West (like all great powers before it) is very good at application of force to quell a problem.

    But great powers always fall short when it comes to the periods which follow the application of force.

    Ultimately the people's of the region must live together.

    If they do not compromise with one another, they simply bring hardship upon their progeny.
    (factman, 13 December 2017 23:03)

    # Comment link

  6. Sasa from Jagodina , Serbia

    "Daniel Serwer , you should have never commented on this topic and look like a idiot "

    Truth be told, on looking like an idiot he doesn't really have a choice, weather he comments or not.
    (Sreten, 13 December 2017 16:27)

    @ Sreten -Lol, you're right, he does look like a "sewer"...sewer drain, that is! Not his fault though, he can't help that, just like Vulin looks like "batman" and hardinaj looks like a Thugish child killer...this is out of their control;)
    (Watcher, 13 December 2017 21:49)

    # Comment link

  7. As usual all this because of Serbs.
    (Avni, 13 December 2017 20:30)

    # Comment link

  8. What my boss says is that the very badly aged Mr. Serwer will need to justify his good salary, thousands of $ he receives any month just to write the crap he does. Besides interference is a good topic and instead of sexually harassing me any day here you can join the debate on this very good article written by my boss at the Sorbonne, a regular contributor to public intellectual debate: [link]/ tironc we live in 2017, I am a liberal tironc professional, more tironc than any other tironc here but also a little bit of a northern baboon!
    (Skenderbeu 1444, 13 December 2017 19:44)

    # Comment link

  9. @Skenderbeu 14444443

    "Honor" ? Ha! I asked my parents and they told me we Albanians don't have any cousins from Russia, especially no-one that gets $$ (because nobody wants rubles) from Kremlin.

    (Tironc

    Russia is interested in peace on Balkans while the US is exporting conflicts. Think about it and tell us to which water mill you've added water ?
    (rote, 13 December 2017 19:37)

    # Comment link

  10. I do list Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) as an a problem of stability since people can't be safe on outdoors events and bus stations, since kids are not so safe in the schools, since way too many people are asking for change and cigarettes on daily basis in the United States of America etc etc.
    (George, 13 December 2017 17:54)

    # Comment link

  11. @Skenderbeu 14444443

    "Honor" ? Ha! I asked my parents and they told me we Albanians don't have any cousins from Russia, especially no-one that gets $$ (because nobody wants rubles) from Kremlin. But I believe you, you are intelligent enough to do it for free ... sorry, I mean, "honored". Again, what does your boss think about this interference ?
    (Tironc, 13 December 2017 17:05)

    # Comment link

  12. Sasa from Jagodina , Serbia

    "Daniel Serwer , you should have never commented on this topic and look like a idiot "

    Truth be told, on looking like an idiot he doesn't really have a choice, weather he comments or not.
    (Sreten, 13 December 2017 16:27)

    # Comment link

  13. @rote kapelle, no your role is that of the drugged up hallucinator. Your job is to show us whatís like taking different types of acid and meth and then opinionating about Balkan geopolitics.
    (Vari teneqen, 13 December 2017 16:15)

    # Comment link

  14. Sllushaj sjuda tej MYDAK, Im not your cousin to answer your idiocies so go call your parents or relatives next time you're here! Put it into your thick head, I dont need money to troll about Kremlin, its only a pleasure and major honor for me. Has been and will always be.
    (Skenderbeu 1444, 13 December 2017 15:55)

    # Comment link

  15. "After many years, CFR lists Balkans as problem"

    Yes, after Uncle Sam starts demanding Presidents not to sit on 2 Chairs and demanding them not to do business with other countries like China,UAE ,Belarus ,Turkey and etc, There is problems arising .
    Uncle Sam and his buddy The "POMS",like to cause problems all over the world and blame other countries for problems.
    Daniel Serwer , you should have never commented on this topic and look like a idiot ))
    (sasa.p from near Jagodina, Serbia, 13 December 2017 15:55)

    # Comment link

  16. The specs of that server weren't upgraded since eons.

    I am barely dealing with ATA (just preserved the ATA-Man nick).

    This is bad and old hardware, move on.
    (Bad server hardware, 13 December 2017 15:53)

    # Comment link

  17. Tironc

    Guess Russia spends no money for trolling. Simply because millions do it free of charge like I do ...

    [link]
    (rote, 13 December 2017 15:38)

    # Comment link

  18. SkŽnderbe 1444444 the guy in the article is talking about your St. Petersburg troll-farm managers. Care to share their thoughts on this matter ? Should you Russians continue to appear as anti-western Serbs in online forums ? If so, that is considered Russian attempts to destabilize the Balkans. Or should Berisha be lumped into this as well ? It seems you have done enough homework to warrant pulling Berisha into this mess.
    (Tironc, 13 December 2017 14:05)

    # Comment link

  19. There is one good thing about joining the EU for Serbia (and the rest of the Balkans); it will not be the playground anymore for fools like this with wet neo-colonial dreams.
    (John, 13 December 2017 12:12)

    # Comment link