1. Yes, we all remember what happened, but let me refresh your memory before you lose yourself in Croatian fantasy. An agreement was reached, and the Serbian army withdrew leaving only unarmed civilians. Next came Oluja and they targeted old men and women and killed people running for their lives who never held a gun in their hands.

    (sj, 14 March 2018 10:14)



    @sj

    Can you tell me about what agreement you are talking?

    [link]

    It sure looked like the Serbs in Croatia were very well armed just a few months before Oluja. Why would they just pack up their army and go to Bosnia and give up their Positions?


    Please listen to what the Serbian commanders were saying.

    [link]

    As you can see the Serbian leadership in Knin gave the order to evacuate the civilians first.

    What I am trying to explain is that in 1991 the Serbs had the superior force, then over 4 years the Croatians became the superior force in the region.

    So for Kosovo to form an Army is not inconceivable.
    (Mark.W, 15 March 2018 01:31)

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  2. Going up against a bunch of unarmed civilians and taking over deserted villages while proclaiming a major military victory? That sort of happened in the March 2004 pogroms.

    Going up against a conventional military? Well, that's why NATO had to intervene in the first place.
    (Navi, 14 March 2018 00:47)

    @Navi
    I watched that take place in 1991 when the Serbs in Croatia with the support of the JNA went up against the Poorly armed Croatian Police and National Guard (ZNG). I also witnessed the build up of an Army while under an arms embargo.
    What I am saying that Kosovo could also do the same.
    (Mark.W, 15 March 2018 00:59)

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  3. @ Watcher,

    I would reply to you but, I would first need you to write a coherent argument.

    One tip, after writing something step away for 10 minutes and then come back and read what you wrote to see if it makes sense and is understandable.
    (Mark.W, 15 March 2018 00:51)

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  4. Here is tip for you the US of 2018 is not the same as the US of the 1990s. The only green lights you or your Albo friends will see are the ones on traffic lights.
    (sj, 14 March 2018 10:14)


    sj,
    It is rather the envy that can be seen in your green eyes. Your motivation is as clear as an open book with blank pages. Wishful thinking has and will get you nowhere. Try as you might, you're no Tokyo Rose!
    (The Count of Kosova, 14 March 2018 23:08)

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  5. Serbia should support Kosovo Army reforms by being a partner and investor
    that sounds crazy but would benefit Serbia allot

    The Macedonian Army train the Kosovo Police
    (Sam, 14 March 2018 04:38)

    Would be "Rugova" the name of the President / PM than it would make sense.
    With the criminals like Hasheesh Baksheesh - any Kosovo armed force will have a "Gangster" moniker attached to it.

    You have to get rid of people who are openly criminal first.

    I know, what I write is very unsafe for my kidneys - but I won't tell, who I am.

    A while ago some (real) Albanian wrote here:

    "We elect these criminals only to p*ss of Serbs".

    That won't work out.
    (Ataman, 14 March 2018 11:59)

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  6. Šešelj: Mitchell došao da uruči ultimatum Srbiji da prihvati ulazak Kosova u UN [link]
    (Avni, 13 March 2018 21:00)

    I really appreciate you knowing your Master’s language since you will be a useful servant.

    Wess Mitchell will not even mention it for absolute fear of Belgrade responding a no and bye bye west. Serbia is far far more important than that rabble in Pristina. Even in Congress there is great concern about Russian influence in Serbia and they will have to counter act it by making Serbs love them LOL.

    While in Pristina Mitchell tells the Albos the US loves them and a Kosovo army is a good idea but nothing will ever happen since it would create problems for the US and they will have to fund it unless Wess thinks the Albos will sell raffle tickets to raise money LOL.

    As far as Seselj is concern well he has his own agenda to follow to remain relevant in Serbian politics.
    (sj, 14 March 2018 10:16)

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  7. (Mark.W, 13 March 2018 21:37)

    Yes, we all remember what happened, but let me refresh your memory before you lose yourself in Croatian fantasy. An agreement was reached, and the Serbian army withdrew leaving only unarmed civilians. Next came Oluja and they targeted old men and women and killed people running for their lives who never held a gun in their hands.

    It was such an embarrassment for the US that they distanced themselves from both Croats and the contractors they sent to train Croats.

    Croats are weak as we saw in Bosnia when they knifed their allies the Bosniaks thinking that they would win, but the Bosnaiks are much tougher and turned the tables and would have wiped the cowardly Croats if the US had not stepped in. That’s why Croats are disappearing in Bosnia.

    Here is tip for you the US of 2018 is not the same as the US of the 1990s. The only green lights you or your Albo friends will see are the ones on traffic lights.
    (sj, 14 March 2018 10:14)

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  8. @Mark W,

    I hold my statement: Kosovo will never have its own army and it's just wishful thinking.

    [link]
    (trizo, 14 March 2018 09:33)

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  9. Serbia should support Kosovo Army reforms by being a partner and investor
    that sounds crazy but would benefit Serbia allot

    The Macedonian Army train the Kosovo Police
    (Sam, 14 March 2018 04:38)

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  10. Wess, what do you mean creative journalism, its obvious you dont watch any BS US media outlets or live under a rock. So wot does Wess bring besides his fork tongue?
    (Boz, 14 March 2018 03:21)

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  11. I have no doubt that the Kosovo police force can also accomplish the same if given the green light by the US as was done in Croatia.
    (Mark.W, 13 March 2018 21:37)

    Going up against a bunch of unarmed civilians and taking over deserted villages while proclaiming a major military victory? That sort of happened in the March 2004 pogroms.

    Going up against a conventional military? Well, that's why NATO had to intervene in the first place.
    (Navi, 14 March 2018 00:47)

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  12. I have no doubt that the Kosovo police force can also accomplish the same if given the green light by the US as was done in Croatia.
    (Mark.W, 13 March 2018 21:37)

    @ markaj - "given the green light"? LOL, Why wait to be "given" the green light? Do you wait to be "given" the grren light to go take a s**t? How about when you're with your woman, do you wait to be "given" a green light?
    HOLY COW...how much deeper can you step in it? That's the problem with, actually the Balkans as a whole, waiting to be "given" something!!!
    Man up, pudwackers! Grow a set!
    "given"...sheeesh! Losers!
    (Watcher, 13 March 2018 23:16)

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  13. Kosovo will never have their own army. Wishful thinking.
    (trizo, 13 March 2018 12:24)


    I would not be too sure, I was in Croatia in the 1990’s and saw a poorly armed police force transform over 4 years into an army. I am sure everyone rembers what happened then.
    I have no doubt that the Kosovo police force can also accomplish the same if given the green light by the US as was done in Croatia.
    (Mark.W, 13 March 2018 21:37)

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  14. Šešelj: Mitchell došao da uruči ultimatum Srbiji da prihvati ulazak Kosova u UN [link]
    (Avni, 13 March 2018 21:00)

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  15. "Assistant US Secretary of State Wess Mitchell brings to Belgrade a message that the US supports the formation of the Kosovo army, says Fatmir Sheholi."

    Speaking of "creative journalism"...
    (Navi, 13 March 2018 15:16)

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  16. Maybe not planes , some other toys ( if you know what I mean ) what do you think about that
    (Albanian American, 13 March 2018 14:13)
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    LOL! Enjoy your toys, I'm pretty sure I know what you mean but please, that's a private matter between you and your master.
    (Zoran, 13 March 2018 14:54)

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  17. Albanian American,

    how many more military donkeys can Kosovo afford to feed?
    (Another Canadian Serb, 13 March 2018 14:28)

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  18. How can Kosovo have an army without an economy?
    (Another Canadian Serb, 13 March 2018 13:00)

    Hey why you care ? Maybe we’ll get some free
    “ goodies “ like serbia got old stuff from russia,
    Maybe not planes , some other toys ( if you know what I mean ) what do you think about that
    (Albanian American, 13 March 2018 14:13)

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  19. How can Kosovo have an army without an economy?
    (Another Canadian Serb, 13 March 2018 13:00)

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  20. Kosovo will never have their own army. Wishful thinking.
    (trizo, 13 March 2018 12:24)

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  21. Tough gig, bud.
    (Stelar, 13 March 2018 11:39)

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  22. Now Wess get off your knees, stop grovelling since you represent the most powerful nation on earth and grow a little backbone and tell the Serbs pick a side. Its either the west or the east!!!!!!!

    Alas, the US of Piss and Wind representative will do nothing for fear of Serbia leaving the loving west. Look I tried but Wess is glued to the ground LOL.
    (sj, 13 March 2018 10:31)

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