1. Sj the gentleman is on to you and your habitual B.S.
    (Azir, 2 August 2018 16:26)

    Who the fictive Italian Albo onto me? LOL He has turned himself into our resident joke like you. Looks in a dictionary and comes up with isomorphism, but has no clues what it really means and sees its derived from the Greek word equals (note not Albo but Greek) and tries to be smart by using it in that context LOL
    (sj, 3 August 2018 00:17)

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  2. Sj the gentleman is on to you and your habitual B.S.
    (Azir, 2 August 2018 16:26)

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  3. How about, for a starter, you drop the evil and I give you a nice and decent clap for that!?It ain't hard!

    But, the isomorphism and the context where it was used stays - it's your fault.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 2 August 2018 10:24)

    What are you on?
    (sj, 2 August 2018 10:47)

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  4. Oh Bro of icj1, more pointless drivel. Say something that's worthwhile instead you post idiotic statements.
    The classic is this ďÖ.. isomorphism between quantitative easing and your fictionĒ. You donít even know how to use the word ďisomorphismĒ. In the context you used its meaningless nonsense.
    Lift your game.
    (sj, 1 August 2018 23:35)

    How about, for a starter, you drop the evil and I give you a nice and decent clap for that!?It ain't hard!

    But, the isomorphism and the context where it was used stays - it's your fault.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 2 August 2018 10:24)

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  5. Observe how many time Tokyo Rose aka sj has posted on this thread, then look at his ratings. I rest my case.
    (Mugsy, 2 August 2018 01:28)

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  6. So, now you self-appointed yourself as a chief of the international body of pointlessness.

    To be frank with you, you meet all the criteria to nail the high managerial duties of pointlessness.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 1 August 2018 15:06)

    Oh Bro of icj1, more pointless drivel. Say something that's worthwhile instead you post idiotic statements.
    The classic is this ďÖ.. isomorphism between quantitative easing and your fictionĒ. You donít even know how to use the word ďisomorphismĒ. In the context you used its meaningless nonsense.
    Lift your game.
    (sj, 1 August 2018 23:35)

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  7. The delineation of the exact boundaries of the Albanian state under the Protocol of Florence (17 December 1913) was highly unpopular among the local Greek population of Southern Albania (or Northern Epirus for Greeks), who, after their revolt managed to declare the Autonomous Republic of Northern Epirus, was internationally recognised as an autonomous region inside Albania under the terms of the Protocol of Corfu.[4]

    Albanians have tended to regard the Treaty as an injustice imposed by the Great Powers, as roughly half of the predominantly Albanian territories and 40% of the population were left outside the new country's borders.
    (Nick, 1 August 2018 19:02)

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  8. Signing of the Peace Treaty on 30 May 1913
    The terms enforced by the Great Powers were:[2]

    All European territory of the Ottoman Empire west of the line between Enos on the Aegean Sea and Midia on the Black Sea was ceded to the Balkan League, except Albania.
    The Ottoman Empire ceded Crete, while it was left to the Great Powers to determine the fate of the other islands in the Aegean Sea.
    The borders of Albania and all other questions concerning Albania were to be settled by the Great Powers.
    However, the division of the territories ceded to the Balkan League was not addressed in the Treaty, and Serbia refused to carry out the division agreed with Bulgaria in their treaty of March 1912. As a result of Bulgarian dissatisfaction with the de facto military division of Macedonia, the Second Balkan War broke out between the combatants on 16 June 1913.[3] A final peace was agreed at the Treaty of Bucharest on 12 August 1913.
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  9. The combatants were the victorious Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Kingdom of Bulgaria, and Montenegro) and the defeated Ottoman Empire. Representing the Great Powers were the United Kingdom, Germany, Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.

    Hostilities had officially ceased on 2 December 1912, except for Greece that had not participated in the first truce. Three principal points were in dispute:

    the status of the territory of present-day Albania, the vast majority of which had been overrun by Serbia, Montenegro, and Greece
    the status of the Sanjak of Novi Pazar formally under the protection of Austria-Hungary since the Treaty of Berlin in 1878
    the status of the other territories taken by the Allies: Kosovo; Macedonia; and Thrace
    The Treaty[2] was negotiated in London at an international conference which had opened there in December 1912, following the declaration of independence by Albania on 28 November 1912.

    Austria-Hungary and Italy strongly supported the creation of an independent Albania. In part, this was consistent with Austria-Hungary's previous policy of resisting Serb expansion to the Adriatic; Italy had designs on the territory, manifested in 1939. Russia supported Serbia and Montenegro. Germany and Britain remained neutral. The balance of power struck between the members of the Balkan League had been on the assumption that no Albanian polity would be formed and Albanian territory would be split between them.
    (Nick, 1 August 2018 18:59)

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  10. Well you serbs stop crying Kosovo is 90 % Albanian so give it up f*cked up and itís time to move on itíll be better for the Serbs and Albanians
    (Mark, 1 August 2018 17:42)

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  11. I'm sorry if I offend anybody but the discussions on this thread are as pointless as the discussions in the UN.
    (Albanopolis, 1 August 2018 15:42)

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  12. Another pointless piece of Alvbo drivel. That's all you can do LOL.
    (sj, 1 August 2018 14:32)

    So, now you self-appointed yourself as a chief of the international body of pointlessness.

    To be frank with you, you meet all the criteria to nail the high managerial duties of pointlessness.
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  13. There is an isomorphism between quantitative easing and your fiction.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 1 August 2018 13:40)

    Another pointless piece of Alvbo drivel. That's all you can do LOL.
    (sj, 1 August 2018 14:32)

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  14. ... It would be like trying to explain quantitative easing to a 5-year old child. It would jus whiz over its head.
    Stick to your day time cleaning job .
    (sj, 1 August 2018 09:49)

    There is an isomorphism between quantitative easing and your fiction.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 1 August 2018 13:40)

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  15. (Tom L'Orizi, 1 August 2018 12:09)

    This is an excellent example of a lack of any knowledge. Iím not sure what I have to do with Julianís comments unless our fictive Italian Albo thinks that Julian and I are the same, but I only post as sj. You see Iím not an Albo. I dont pretend I am someone else.
    Itís the same funny tactic the Albos use just criticise. This is as best as it gets for the fictive Italian Albo. It canít post anything of value so its tries to pick parts off someoneís statement to the point of sounding ridiculous.
    But as I said the Albo cant make a statement and stand by it because its reached its limitations as in the rare moments when he does he has been picked off clean.
    As usual it does not add up for the fake Italian Albo. Maybe he should use an Albo abacus.
    (sj, 1 August 2018 13:34)

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  16. Thatís right, we are going to make a example of Serbia - Never mess with the British Empire.
    (Laurence, 1 August 2018 13:09)

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  17. (Tom L'Orizi, 1 August 2018 12:09)

    This is an excellent example of a lack of any knowledge. Iím not sure what I have to do with Julianís comments unless our fictive Italian Albo thinks that Julian and I are the same, but I only post as sj. You see Iím not an Albo. I dont pretend I am someone else.
    Itís the same funny tactic the Albos use just criticise. This is as best as it gets for the fictive Italian Albo. It canít post anything of value so its tries to pick parts off someoneís statement to the point of sounding ridiculous.
    But as I said the Albo cant make a statement and stand by it because its reached its limitations as in the rare moments when he does he has been picked off clean.
    As usual it does not add up for the fake Italian Albo. Maybe he should use an Albo abacus.
    (sj, 1 August 2018 12:48)

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  18. I cant remember when the UK last got a decision sbout Serbia right...
    (Julian Harston, 31 July 2018 17:21)

    The sentence above implies that London does bring its own decisions but Julian Harston happen to not be happy as they don't go the way Serbs would want.
    ___…__

    ... The fact is of course that these decisions are made in Washington and London is simply following.†† ...
    (Julian Harston, 31 July 2018 17:21)

    Now, for some wierd reason, the very same Julian Harston, just one sentence later, overrides himself and implies that London actually doesn't make its own decisions about Serbia and that London blindly follows what Washington says - which implies that it is Washington who always brings anti-Serb decisions.
    ___…__

    ... London still feels the need to justify the Clinton led illegal intervention. Pathetic.
    (Julian Harston, 31 July 2018 17:21)

    What's worse, in the following sentence, Julian Harston changed his mind yet again and decided that London in fact makes its own decisions and that London just happen to be mean towards the Serbs and needs to justify Clinton's
    decision to intervene in Serbia.

    It doesn't add up sj.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 1 August 2018 12:09)

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  19. West is changing stance on Kosovo and of course is helping Serbia. Hahahha
    (Naim, 1 August 2018 11:01)

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  20. (JS, 31 July 2018 22:24)

    Of course, the US is always the culprit. Yawn.
    Yep

    Trump wants less foreign intervention. You should be giving full support to this. Instead, you continue unleashing your bitterness from another angle even when the US is going in the direction you think they should be going. Pathetic.

    Trump is a realist and he knows the fiscal position of the US. Your one of those people who donít know their limitations who actually believes that $12.50 an hour is a good wage but this other stuff is far to complex for you.

    Yes, please keep the updates coming! So enlightening
    No problems. Its time you owned up that you are an Albo not a Serb.
    (sj, 1 August 2018 10:37)

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  21. Ps ignorant Sj donít hold your breath waiting for America to go broke ...

    On second thought do it!!
    (Azir, 31 July 2018 19:47)

    Azir to fully explain Americaís financial predicament requires a little more than 1500 words, which is the word limit here, but it would be pointless since you are not intelligent enough to grasp the concepts. It would be like trying to explain quantitative easing to a 5-year old child. It would jus whiz over its head.
    Stick to your day time cleaning job .
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  22. You Serbs have it so easy!

    Please continue to update us about the progress of your fiction.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 31 July 2018 13:34)

    I can see that the icj1 gene runs strong in the family. Your post makes no sense whatsoever LOL, but keep it up the B92 site is running very low on silly posts. Did you like the Siemens employing 7000 Serbs in Kragujevac and not one Albo?

    Now how many Siemens employ in Kosova? if more than non one your guess is right LOL.

    Pst you forget to say "a Russian guberija or, you only write what your owner tovarish commissar in Russian-troll-farm tells you" LOL. Gee at the start and I thought you had some brains; boy did I overestimate your ability.
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  23. Ps ignorant Sj donít hold your breath waiting for America to go broke ...

    On second thought do it!!
    (Azir, 31 July 2018 19:47)

    Azir to fully explain Americaís financial predicament requires a little more than 1500 words, which is the word limit here, but it would be pointless since you are not intelligent enough to grasp the concepts. It would be like trying to explain quantitative easing to a 5-year old child. It would jus whiz over its head.
    Stick to your day time cleaning job .
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  24. @ Bob & watcher

    Never thought I would say this but I agree with both Bob and watcher! :)
    (JS, 31 July 2018 22:25)

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  25. @ sj

    "Let's be honest here. London has about as much power over this issue as I have. The real culprit is the US."

    Of course, the US is always the culprit. Yawn.

    "How long can it last? The US is now offering talks with Iran despite making the usual threats of bombing Tehran. For those that cant read the moves, the US is not capable of conducting a war with Iran due to lack of troops and equipment - it all boils done to money and lack of it."

    Trump wants less foreign intervention. You should be giving full support to this. Instead, you continue unleashing your bitterness from another angle even when the US is going in the direction you think they should be going. Pathetic.

    "The change has begun. Like it or not the US is no longer the US of the 1990s."

    Yes, please keep the updates coming! So enlightening!
    (JS, 31 July 2018 22:24)

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  26. Watcher

    I am not an idiot; that point has not been reached in the Balkans, it has been reached at the UN!

    Think things through before resorting to abuse.
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  27. Great Britain 🇬🇧 does have a conscience since over one Century ago she allowed the transfer of indigenous Shqiptare lands over to Slav misrule at the London Piece Conference where our ancestral homelands were divided into pieces and fed to the Slav and Greek neighbors.

    UNSC isnít the place since Russia 🇷🇺 and China 🇨🇳 could interfere with the administration of historical injustice CORRECTED .

    London knows what to do to finally undo this injustice against indigenous Shqiptares!!

    Better late than never!

    Ps ignorant Sj donít hold your breath waiting for America to go broke ...

    On second thought do it!!
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  28. I cant remember when the UK last got a decision sbout Serbia right. The fact is of course that these decisions are made in Washington and London is simply following. London still feels the need to justify the Clinton led illegal intervention. Pathetic.
    (Julian Harston, 31 July 2018 17:21)

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  29. That point has been reached.
    (Bob, 31 July 2018 13:29

    @ bobovic - LOL, either you're a bigger idiot than originaly thought or you just never did understand the Balkans!

    Nothing in the Balkans is ever "reached", got it? Balkans 101
    (Watcher, 31 July 2018 15:38)

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  30. Here is the ranking of industry in Gdp not wikipedia edited bullshit [link]

    more big industry than Romania have Czech Republic

    Romania industry is 24,2% of gdp Greece industry 12,8% of gdp

    Greece gdp 16800 euro => 2000 euro from industry

    Romania gdp 9600 euro => around 2300 euro from industry

    Is someting 24,2% of gdp to be industry and it keep grow up as procent because we reindustrialise ,
    (adrian_bucharest, 31 July 2018 14:09)

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  31. Let's be honest here. London has about as much power over this issue as I have. The real culprit is the US.

    How long can it last? The US is now offering talks with Iran despite making the usual threats of bombing Tehran. For those that cant read the moves, the US is not capable of conducting a war with Iran due to lack of troops and equipment - it all boils done to money and lack of it.

    The change has begun. Like it or not the US is no longer the US of the 1990s.
    (sj, 31 July 2018 12:46)

    You Serbs have it so easy!

    Please continue to update us about the progress of your fiction.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 31 July 2018 13:34)

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  32. The UN, US, UK, etc., had to step in because the Balkan locals couldnít get on with each other in a dignified manner (as usual) and a bit of stomping on them was needed. Now the stomping is done, there comes a point when talking about them is irrelevant and boring.

    That point has been reached.
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  33. Well overdue decision anyway,Serbia doesnít give a dam that these session cost to much as the money pays USA ,UK and EU and wonít cost them anything.Kosovo is doing better than Serbia and better that any other country in Balkan.
    Donald Trump is trying its best to stop other countries take the pis out of USA tax payers budget, Donald just sort out Russia and Iran and we will allow you to retire and enjoy the rest of your life.
    (The Truth, 31 July 2018 12:53)

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  34. Let's be honest here. London has about as much power over this issue as I have. The real culprit is the US.

    How long can it last? The US is now offering talks with Iran despite making the usual threats of bombing Tehran. For those that cant read the moves, the US is not capable of conducting a war with Iran due to lack of troops and equipment - it all boils done to money and lack of it.

    The change has begun. Like it or not the US is no longer the US of the 1990s.
    (sj, 31 July 2018 12:46)

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