1. not my problem if your links don't have a single ethnic crime mentioned is it?
    (Nikolle, 11 March 2013 16:06)

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  2. No, you can't post them eh? Ok.

    But you can't read them either.

    What the point then......no soup for you.
    (Groundhog day again and again, 11 March 2013 13:56)

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  3. Yes sj, Albanians control what the western press reports.
    I don't know how to add a link on B92, now to Turks and others please. And still not a single ethnic crime against Croats mentioned in the report
    (Nikolle, 11 March 2013 11:17)

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  4. Ok sj, give me the evidence. Articles, whatever
    (Nikolle, 10 March 2013 02:03)

    Unfortunately your freedom loving western press did not cover that item, but its is a fact that in 1999 when your Albanians came into Kosovo all were kicked out that were not Albanian. Croats, Turks and Roma. Even today your Albanian Roma live on the outskirts of Serb settlements because they are persecuted and discriminated against by the other Albanians.

    The real litmus test is simple. Ask how many non-Albanians live with Albanians – very few and those are only there because of protection from KFOR.
    (sj, 11 March 2013 02:45)

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  5. Sure,

    Read page 11 so you dont't MISS anything particually the trouble the OSCE has detailing crimes against them as they fear to say anything in fear of reprisal. But those that left don't have such fear and say it how it is as in the tribune.

    I can give you more links starting with Roma, Ashkali, Serbs, Circassian, Gorani and even on Turks etc etc. You have not offered any links to your claims as I have requested, can you provide them first before we go on?
    (And again, 11 March 2013 01:35)

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  6. yes, I'd expect you to miss the point of the report. it says there, they have left due to, and this here is the crucial bit, ECONOMIC uncertainty. the feeling of insecurity bit is vague, i am not aware of a SINGLE croat being attacked for his ethnicity, nor do I ever remember a report ever insinuating such a thing. now, let us do other minorities, Turks, Egyptians next please.
    (Nikolle, 10 March 2013 20:03)

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  7. Care for some more,

    [link]

    The Kosovo Croat community resides in the villages of Letnicë/Letnica,
    Shashar/Šašare, Vërnavokollë/Vrnavokolo and Vërnez/Vrnez1 in Viti/Vitina
    municipality (Gjilan/Gnjilane region), where they constitute approximately 0.05% of the population. Kosovo Croats also live in the village of Janjevë/Janjevo in Lipjan/Lipljan municipality (Prishtinë/Priština region), where they represent approximately 0.29% of the municipal population. Out of 4,331 Kosovo Croats registered in Viti/Vitina municipality in the 1991 census, only some 40 remain in 2011. Most Kosovo Croats from Viti/Vitina left Kosovo during the 1990s and the 1999 conflict, fleeing the growing insecurity as well as the lack of economic opportunities. The vast majority of Kosovo Croats relocated to Croatia, where they were initially accommodated in collective centres and gradually provided with social housing. OSCE is aware of only four Kosovo Croat returns in Letnicë/Letnica since 1999, which has led to municipal institutions and other stakeholders having a passive attitude towards exploring further potential returns.

    Stop talking out your ..... is 2011 is alot closer eh???
    (Caught with ur pants down again and again, 10 March 2013 15:46)

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  8. Ok then please offer a link to the claim they have returned?

    I am also sure I will give 500 times as many seats to Albanians in a new Kosovo parliment if they would only be cleansed oops, quietly leave too...

    Cosmetics dear, but beneath lies an ugly face.
    (Caught with ur pants down again?, 10 March 2013 14:41)

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  9. What rubbish. The Croat community, have a guaranteed seat in the Kosovar parliament, they don't even make up 1% of the population and have a seat guaranteed. You're giving me an article that is 15 years old. Since then, Croats have returned to Janjev, no doubt some have left, but that is more to do with the relative prosperity of Croatia as opposed to Kosova. Next,show me Turks being mistreated, you cant
    (Nikolle, 10 March 2013 12:43)

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  10. You keep coming up with more and more bizarre stuff Comm. point me to an instance where the Turkish minority or Croat minority have been discriminated against in Kosova. You can't.
    (Nikolle, 9 March 2013 09:51)

    I suppose the truth to the ignorant can be bizzare.

    ZAGREB - About 300 Croats from the Kosovo villages of Letnica and Vrnavokla have moved to Croatia. Newspapers report that the resettlement, monitored by the Croatian government and authorized ministries, was done with the utmost of secrecy in order not to endanger the lives of exhausted and mistreated people. The reasons which forced them to leave the area where they had resided for almost seven centuries and resettle to areas in which many of them have never been are well known.

    One amongst them, Josip Markovic, described the situation in the Kosovska Vitina municipality in the following way: "Since the arrival of KFOR we have been left totally unprotected. At first, armed ethnic Albanians from the neighboring villages visited us dressed in KLA uniforms. They mistreated us even though we never gave them a reason for that: during the war we sided with neither side. Now they come to our village as armed civilians and they recently killed and mutilated, with an axe, Petar Tunic from the village of Sosare. We hoped that KFOR would protect us, but that turned out not to be the case. Likewise, multiethnic Kosovo is also a mirage."

    [link]
    (Caught with ur pants down again?, 10 March 2013 06:15)

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  11. Ok sj, give me the evidence. Articles, whatever
    (Nikolle, 10 March 2013 02:03)

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  12. No wonder they want to be part of Serbia.
    (Peggy, 9 March 2013 01:49)

    They are already part of Serbia, dear... what are you talking abbout ?!
    (icj1, 9 March 2013 23:58)

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  13. You keep coming up with more and more bizarre stuff Comm. point me to an instance where the Turkish minority or Croat minority have been discriminated against in Kosova. You can't.
    (Nikolle, 9 March 2013 09:51)
    Well lets start with your Albanians kicking them out in 1999. Yes you’re multicultural-loving Albanians kicked out all no Albanians and tht included the Turks and Croats. Perhaps you might ask them if they feel a little discriminated.
    (sj, 9 March 2013 22:41)

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  14. If they play it smart, they should be part of both Serb municipalities and Albanian municipalities. Get double the money and promises from both governments (whatever money those governments give).
    (Reader, 9 March 2013 16:18)

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  15. You keep coming up with more and more bizarre stuff Comm. point me to an instance where the Turkish minority or Croat minority have been discriminated against in Kosova. You can't.
    (Nikolle, 9 March 2013 09:51)

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  16. (The Count of Kosova, 8 March 2013 14:58)
    What the Albanian paradise is looking a tad wilted? No my little friend this is not a feeble attempt by Serbs but some people actually see through the Albanian BS and see where it all heading. These people know if their children are to have a chance of any future they have to stay with the Serbs not Thaci the Thug who can barely read let alone sign his name and who has brought NOTHING to Kosovo in the last 13 years except empty promises and filled his pocket of clean and democratic money.
    (sj, 9 March 2013 08:27)

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  17. "Most of them speak Albanian as their first language, why would they wish to be educated in Serbian? They have, predominately, Albanian names and have much more in common with Albanian culture."
    ===…==
    And yet you still persecute them. Go figure.
    No wonder they want to be part of Serbia. Just goes to show that Serbs do not persecute their minorities.
    (Peggy, 9 March 2013 01:49)

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  18. and, I should claim Bayridge in Brooklyn as part of Prishtina Municipality.

    Legally you can't claim it, but if you are really interested in it I can arrange it so you can buy it cheap. I can also sell you 6% interest in George Washington bridge. I figure that with the return from the toll booths from the GW bridge you'll have enough money to bribe yourselves a full independence in three months. I also have donkey vitamins for sale that can make your donkeys stay up and work longer than usual.
    (wes clark, 8 March 2013 22:53)

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  19. Mr. Serb censor where is my insightful comet a unbiased take on things without a dog in the fight.
    (Lenard, 8 March 2013 19:59)

    Both comments and comets can be insightful but we know you've never possessed the former, and we can only pray you're taken back to your home planet by the latter.

    PS - Leave dogs out of your fights. Knowing you, you'd provoke one, only get bitten by it and then claim the dog was a Chetnik.
    (We Love Lenard's Antics, 8 March 2013 22:42)

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  20. Mr. Serb censor where is my insightful comet a unbiased take on things without a dog in the fight. OK maybe only one innocent [link] dog put me in that's really anti Croatian discrimination.
    (Lenard, 8 March 2013 19:59)

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  21. Mapping of Kosovo and exchanging territories., will this work?
    (masterzoran, 8 March 2013 19:20)

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  22. Vulin lied.

    [link]
    (Avni, 8 March 2013 17:57)

    I can post a link just as relevant to the article as yours.

    [link]
    (Navi, 8 March 2013 19:11)

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  23. These people are loyal minorities to the state of Serbia. If there are any negotiations at all its stupid for it to be over Northern Kosovo i Metohija but over enclaves in the south. Gora, Strpce & Gracanica need to at all costs be directly controlled by Serbia. Minorities have no future in Kosovo i Metohija without this. Of course this is exactly what the fascists there would like, but it cannot happen.
    (Ari Gold, 8 March 2013 18:00)

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  24. Vulin lied.

    [link]
    (Avni, 8 March 2013 17:57)

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  25. "Gora municipality President Murselj Huseini has stated that the Gorani people want to be a part of a community of Serb municipalities in Kosovo."

    Not surprising, because in the democratic, multi-ethnic Kosovo every minority is discriminated by the Albanian majority. Who would like to be 2nd class citizens, forced into the Albanian society of corruption, patronage and clan loyalty?
    (Comm. Parrisson, 8 March 2013 17:52)

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  26. No surprise there. The Gorani have been just as much a discriminated minority in Europe's most multiethnic democracy as the Serbs. Might as well take away another "star" from the "Kosova" flag and make it an even ten-municipal assembly. Maybe the Ashkali can join as well since they're only useful as scapegoats whenever a committed hate crime can't be ignored?

    and, I should claim Bayridge in Brooklyn as part of Prishtina Municipality.
    (Kosova-USA, 8 March 2013 15:51)

    You should since most of "Kosova's" money, manpower, guns, and internet keyboard warriors hail from there :)
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 8 March 2013 17:26)

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  27. "and, I should claim Bayridge in Brooklyn as part of Prishtina Municipality.
    (Kosova-USA, 8 March 2013 15:51)"

    I would love it if you tried. It would finally show your masters in the US exactly the type of people they are dealing with. The only problem is that you would need to find someone to fight the battle for you.
    (robert1899, 8 March 2013 17:25)

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  28. They are more than welcome, the Gorani people have experienced the albanian terror like Serbs have. Goes to show how the albanians wish to wipe out non-albanians,
    (SCP UK, 8 March 2013 17:20)

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  29. "and, I should claim Bayridge in Brooklyn as part of Prishtina Municipality.
    (Kosova-USA, 8 March 2013 15:51)"

    What is stopping you? There should be enough pizza bakers and delivery boys to support you and your wishful thinking. As a flag you can have a blackened two-headed eagle on a pepperoni pizza with double cheese and the pizza is surrounded by small cars and scooters. You American neighbors will be amused at first until they realize it will be the start of a future land-grab attempt.
    (Milan, 8 March 2013 16:51)

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  30. However, their Gora municipality was forcibly abolished when the UN interim administration was introduced following the 1999 NATO aggression in Kosovo. It was replaced by a new, expanded Dragaš municipality, which has a majority Albanian population.
    --
    Amazing what the UN and Albanians did to these people who want nothing to do with "Kosovahh"*. They are loyal Serbian citizens and their municipality needs to be restored and re-integrated into Serbian structures. This will happen so it is good news. In fact, the Albanian part should also be integrated. Check -> [link]
    (Zoran, 8 March 2013 15:59)

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  31. If you extrapolate the albanian definition of self determination. The Gorani should declare independence and create the Republic of Gora.
    (Robert1899, 8 March 2013 12:59)

    and, I should claim Bayridge in Brooklyn as part of Prishtina Municipality.
    (Kosova-USA, 8 March 2013 15:51)

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  32. What a surprise the 'Count' ignores the 20,000 gorani his bretheren ethnically cleansed. It sums up Albanian attitudes to non-Albanians that they are something to be scraped off the bottom of their shoes.
    (Graf von Led, 8 March 2013 15:47)

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  33. Hey count,

    Who died and put you in charge in deciding what is the proper size of a population to have a right to self determination. This is the pandorox box that k-albanians and their masters in the west are opening.
    (robert1899, 8 March 2013 15:34)

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  34. Gorani have always been along side us Serbs we will be there for you ..Gorani have more heritage and history on Kosovo then these albos on this site
    (Grobar1, 8 March 2013 15:07)

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  35. If you extrapolate the albanian definition of self determination. The Gorani should declare independence and create the Republic of Gora.
    (Robert1899, 8 March 2013 12:59)

    Robert1899,

    With only 10,000 inhabitants, the Gorani don't even make up a neighborhood of a city. Most of them speak Albanian as their first language, why would they wish to be educated in Serbian? They have, predominately, Albanian names and have much more in common with Albanian culture. In addition, the Gorani do not even live in Northern Kosova, so how could they possibly be a municipality of the North. It seems the Serbs are up to their dirty tricks again, as expected. Another feeble Serb attempt at mischief.
    (The Count of Kosova, 8 March 2013 14:58)

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  36. God Bless the Gorani! They make the best Burek too :)
    (Ricardo, 8 March 2013 14:31)

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  37. If you extrapolate the albanian definition of self determination. The Gorani should declare independence and create the Republic of Gora.
    (Robert1899, 8 March 2013 12:59)

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