1. Very bad image of the north Kosovo went into the world. Primarily for these incidents blamed Serbs who were to boycott, which is indirectly in the interest of the Albanians, unfortunately. On the other hand, worries me and indifferent role of the international community and observers, which is to be condemned.
    (JAnchy, 7 November 2013 02:59)

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  2. Likely it will come down to this: If Serbs did it, they'll be found and punished. If Albanians (and perhaps allies) did it, they'll disappear and NEVER be found and punished. End of story.
    (Beth, 4 November 2013 13:19)

    Ye wright. Albanians and its allies(total three persons with masks) just dropped from the moon in midst of Serbs and tossed grenades and destroyed ballot boxes!!!
    (the truth, 4 November 2013 17:22)

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  3. "This isolated incident does not take away from the overall fact that the vast majority of Serbs in Kosovo i Metohija chose not to participate in this charade."
    (Ari Gold, 4 November 2013 10:01)

    Yes, if by majority you mean minority. Really, how did you come up with the opposite of what is in the article:

    "The turnout in Gračanica was 54.66 percent, 57.79 in Ranilug, 64.24 in Partes, 63.39 in Klokot and 61.39 percent in Štrpce."

    Very curious on how does the brain work in these cases. How does it say that 63.39 percent is a minority.
    (Reader, 4 November 2013 16:33)

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  4. "The Serbian authorities accused "Hashim Thaci, the DSS, right-wingers, and para-church organizations" for instigating the incidents"

    Hahahahahaha!

    They are good at pointing the finger and they're very good a blaming people!

    In what way are Thaci and Kostunica's Democratic Party of Serbia to blame for the violence?

    Sometimes they're just ridiculous!
    (Ian, UK, 4 November 2013 13:29)

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  5. Likely it will come down to this: If Serbs did it, they'll be found and punished. If Albanians (and perhaps allies) did it, they'll disappear and NEVER be found and punished. End of story.
    (Beth, 4 November 2013 13:19)

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  6. This isolated incident does not take away from the overall fact that the vast majority of Serbs in Kosovo i Metohija chose not to participate in this charade. And the situation is the same as it has been since the end of the war, the Albanians govern themselves below the Ibar and try to squeeze out through violence and intimidation the remaining Serbs in the enclaves but they cannot and will never be able to physically control the northern part of the province.
    (Ari Gold, 4 November 2013 10:01)

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