1. This is definitely an Serbian intrusion into Kosovo territory. Just look at the picture. That are certainly not border troops, but special units. Everything tells us that this is a publicity stunt of Dacic. He said only a few days ago that he would step up to an "arrest race".

    Maybe that strife is intended by the Dacic but I would be surprised if it wouldn't backfire. Kosovo's border troops will definitely note that and will deal in future with that differently. Only a question of time until Serbian patrol will be kidnapped and shown in propaganda pictures.
    (Commentator, 31 March 2012 21:39)

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  2. Yes, like 'carrying voter lists' or 'delivering letters'. Instead, better spend your time with legal activities like importing and exporting drugs, stone buses, loot houses, steal money from Serbian churches, vandalize cemeteries, give state money to companies headed by your clan mates, fake elections or similar things that are considered legitimate or common use in Kosovo*.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 31 March 2012 13:59)

    You forgot the most popular sport: holding a Macedonian girl in one hand, her kidney in the other and riding a donkey uphill. Lunatic Ulrike wants that sport art to become part of Olympic Games, sure, "she" will succeed on that.

    Boy, does that Alb diaspora love that donkey + girl thing, have to tell it endlessly just to appease them, such a lovely gang.
    (Ataman, 31 March 2012 17:12)

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  3. Don't buy Serbian newspaper or You will be arested-This is the new Albanian law...!
    (Jo, 31 March 2012 14:19)

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  4. Illegal activities means anything against Kosovo constitutional order. OK?
    (EA, 31 March 2012 13:45)

    Yes, like 'carrying voter lists' or 'delivering letters'. Instead, better spend your time with legal activities like importing and exporting drugs, stone buses, loot houses, steal money from Serbian churches, vandalize cemeteries, give state money to companies headed by your clan mates, fake elections or similar things that are considered legitimate or common use in Kosovo*.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 31 March 2012 13:59)

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  5. Now an appeal to Serbs. You know the score in Kosovo. Do not do illegal activities in Kosovo as you will face unpleasant "surprises".

    Illegal activities means anything against Kosovo constitutional order. OK?
    (EA, 31 March 2012 13:45)

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  6. (The five arrested) who issued passports and driver’s licenses in the Gnjilane Police Administration which was relocated to the southern Serbian city of Vranje in 1999 - B92
    Are you kidding me? These guys have been working in Vranje since 1999, but these ROSU clowns in black leotards, on orders from Pristina, decide to arrest them now in 2012 - and we are to assume that this petty act was not political? Actually, I expect little else from mafia clan thugs that now wear business suits, doing anything less. They never disappoint, in the ongoing Kosovo* horror show.
    (ecoman, 31 March 2012 12:55)

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