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Borisav , 02/02/2008, 13:43

Dušan Nonkovic, 28/01/2008, 11:21 „…. Srbija ima sve mogućnosti i izvan Evrope!!! Pred Srbijom stoji i bez Evrope zlatna budućnost!!“ Usporite g. Nonkovicu, ovo nije prostor za jevtino reklamiranje. Sto se tice Kine i Indije, to jesu velike i postaju mocne zemlje, ali Srbija gotovo da nema sa njima sta da radi, a nazalost, ni one, nesto narocito, sa Srbijom. Budite ljubazni, skinite sa ociju mrenu mladalacke nostalgije i njoj adekvatni mladalacki elan i pratecu naivnost, pa probajte da nam objasnite sta to moze Srbija da proda Rusiji, Indiji i Kini? Pet kamiona trecerazredne konfekcije ili tri kontejnera butera? Mesa ionako ponestaje, pa nema ni za izvoz. Ili Vi mislite da ce oni da kupuju (i placaju) Vase mastarije o bogatoj Srbiji, kako su Vas pogresno naucili u osnovnoj skoli, a Vi, svojski radeci u Nemackoj, propustili da se tacnije informisete? Ja Vam ovo, naravno, ne zameram, medjutim, ono sto je neoprostivo je cinjenica, da ste Vi propustili da zapazite da se, u medjuvremenu od Vaseg emigriranja, pojavio i jedan daleko vestiji od Vas, zagovornik jevtinog srbovanja i totalnog autizma, koji je uspeo da vrati Srbiju u vreme pre onoga, za koje Vas vezuje Vasa nostalgija. A Vi nastavljate njegovim putem, pitam se samo da li u neznanju ili mozda i svesno?

Borisave, to ne govorim ja to govore fakti. Italijani su jednom prilikom napravili proračun i rekli, daj te nama Vojvodinu i mi će mo uz Jugoslaviju prehraniti i šezdeset miliona italijanskog sveta. To da je Srbija i po prirodnom bogatstvu bogata država je fakt, pogotovo sa Kosovom koje važi za naj bogatije područje u Evrpopi po pitanju rudnog bogatstva, treba samo da malo prelistate enciklopedije. I to je fakt da je Hitler dao celo Kosovo albancima a Kosovsku Mitrovicu zadržao pod svojom direktnom upravom zbog olova koje mu je bilo potrebno za municiju i akumulatore. Isto je fakt da danas koriste koncerni poput mercedesa to olovo za akumulatore i vojnu industriju. Ako govorite da Srbija nema šta da ponudi svetu onda je to Vaša lična blamaža kao što je blamaža da omalovažavate sposobnosti srpskog naroda. Amerika i Evropa su se bogatile i bogate se i danas na patentima srpskih glava poput Pupina, Nikole Tesle… Zar Vam stvarno nije jasno da bi svet ostao u mraku i sve fabrika sveta prestale da rade kad bi nekim slučajem isti taj svet ostao bez izuma Nikole Tesle i njemu slićnih srba. Vi bi izgleda naj radje predali ključeve Srbije kao od vlastitog stana i onda kukali kako ste ostali bez krova nad glavom i nekog molili da ves primi i pusti da živite u kolebi. Vi možete gledati Srbiju kroz lila da nekažem crne naoćare svojeg dušmana koliko Vam je volja
ali nemojteda podučavata drugoga kako je to non plus ultra saznanje. Pa da sam i optimista nije red da sputavate vašim pesimizmom taj optimizam. Ja ostajem pri tome da je Srbija veoma bogata zemlja i da je sramota biti slep kraj zdravih očiju. Jedino što joj treba to je da se otrese tutorstva i tutora koji joj navodno žele da pomognu pa je guraju sve više u dublji glib. Da nebi opterećavali Politiku Online pogledajte u Glas Dijaspore da razčistimo sa izvesnim predrasudama. U vreme Cara Dušana, Cara Srba, Bugara i Grka bila je Srbija naj naprednija država Evrope. Nisu je od tada pa do sada zbog njenog siromaštva napadali!?

MOLBA

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Nj.K.V. Predstolonaslednik Aleksandar II – poruka

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Канцеларија Њ.К.В. Престолонаследника Александра II

The Office of H.R.H. Crown Prince Alexander

Nj.K.V. PRESTOLONASLEDNIK ALEKSANDAR II

VAŽNA PORUKA

Beograd, 31. januar 2008. – “Nisam u Beogradu i ne mogu da vam kažem za koga da glasate niti ko je najbolji. Želim da kažem da ja znam da je naš narod umoran od toliko mnogo manipulacija, konfuzije, izolacije i pogrešnog shvaćanja oko niza stvari.

Srpski narod je ponosan i jak, umoran je od stalnog žrtvovanja svog jedinog života u neprekidnom iščekivanju i nadi da će osvanuti bolja budućnost. Trenutak je došao za srpski narod da konačno krene unapred, što je dosta -dosta je. Kogod da bude pobednik na izborima apelujem na njega da razume i pokuša da postigne za srpski narod stabilnost, zaposlenja, bolje socijalne službe i miran porodični život. Naš narod svakako ne želi više nikakve političke preokrete i izolaciju, on želi stabilnost i da bude priznat.

Apelujem na sve političare da rade za dobro svih, bez obzira na veroispovest ili etničku pripadnost, kako bi obezbedili sutrašnjicu koju naši ljudi u potpunosti zaslužuju. Moralo bi da bude manje političkih rasprava, borbi za vlast, više sloge i više rada za dobro celokupnog srpskog naroda kako bi se postigla jasna stabilna budućnost bez zabuna a i radi naših investitora. Našem narodu su potrebna radna mesta, savršen zdravstveni sistem, penzije i solidno školovanje za našu omladinu koja je naša budućnost.

Apelujem na međunarodnu zajednicu da sarađuje sa našom vladom kako bi pozitivno pomogla da se situacija u pogledu Kosova i Metohije razreši na pošten način i konstruktivan a ne preko nepoštenog nametanja rešenja. U potpunosti podržavam pomoć koju smo primili od naših ruskih prijatelja posebno predsednika Putina kome se divim i koga najdublje poštujem. Naš narod na Kosovu i Metohiji mora da dobije garantovana ljudska prava i da živi u potpunoj sigurnosti i da ima posao. Podržavam ujedinjene napore naše vlade.

Apelujem na međunarodnu zajednicu da se ne da se ne igra sa budućnošću srpskog naroda

Naša sutrašnjica takođe zavisi i od toga kako će se rešiti pitanja sa kojima se suočava moderna država. Cilj je postati članica Evropske zajednice i učestvovati u životu Evrope i imati savršene odnose sa našim ruskim prijateljima.

Ja ću rado pružiti svoju podršku koga god srpski narod izabere u nedelju na slobodnim i poštenim izborima“.

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Berkeley – KOSOVO: A PREVENTABLE DISASTER

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Berkeley

and

The Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies

invite you to a lecture and discussion by

Serge Trifkovic

KOSOVO: A PREVENTABLE DISASTER

Monday, February 4,at 5:30 p.m.

3105 Etcheverry Hall

University of California, Berkeley http://www.berkeley.edu/map

Introductory remarks by Dr. Jasmina Vujic

Professor and Chair, Department of Nuclear Engineering

A major security issue facing the Balkans, Russia, the West, and the rest, is the future of the Serbian province of Kosovo. The United States and key members of the European Union are facing an important choice: to persevere in their stated intention to recognize Kosovo’s forthcoming unilateral declaration of independence, or to uphold the rule of law, the UN Charter, and the key Westphalian principles, by considering – even at this late stage – some alternative solution to independence.

A flawed, misguided and needlessly hasty decision on Kosovo may undermine the stability of the Balkans for decades to come. As the Serbian presidential election has shown, it could easily turn the key country in the Balkans away from the West. It would negatively impact America’s ability to fight Islamic terrorism. It is bound to create unnecessary yet serious problems in our relations with Russia, and it is almost certain to produce cracks in the facade of EU unity.

As Iraq has shown, predictable mistakes turn into costly disasters. It is therefore necessary to prevent them before they do so. The speaker will provide a diagnosis of the problem of Kosovo, analyze different aspects of the problem, and recommend workable and legal solutions.

Dr. Serge (Srdja) Trifkovic is the Executive Director of The Lord Byron Foundation, Foreign Affairs Editor of the monthly Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture www.chroniclesmagazine.org and the author – most recently – of Defeating Jihad: How the War on Terrorism May yet Be Won, In Spite of Ourselves.

Over the past four weeks Dr. Trifkovic has visited Belgrade, Rome, Bratislava and London, where he has met some of the key political figures, officials and analysts who are actively involved with the issue of Kosovo.

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The Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies was founded by the late Sir Alfred Sherman in 1994 as a non-partisan research institute devoted to studying southeastern Europe in all its aspects. The Foundation’s research, publications and conferences are designed to correct the current trend of public commentary and analysis, which tends not to understand events but to construct a propagandistic version of Balkan rivalries.

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For more information e-mail to vujic@nuc.berkeley.edu or call 510-710-7008

Bishop Artemije issued the statement – Washington

Bishop Artemije issued the statement

prior to his visit to Washington

Following today’s publication of a Washington Times commentary
(http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20080131/COMMENTARY/288472699/1012)
written by former Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger, former UN Ambassador John Bolton and former Assistant Secretary of Defense Peter Rodman urging the Bush Administration to withhold recognition of a unilateral declaration of Kosovo independence, His Grace, Bishop Artemije of Ras and Prizren issued the following statement prior to his visit to Washington to meet with Administration and Congressional officials and
policymakers:

As I begin my latest mission to Washington, my country is being subjected to heightened threats from the government of the United States with respect to the future of the Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija. Having just returned from Berlin and consultations with Members of the Bundestag, the Administration, and think tanks, NGOs, and media, it is clear that America’s European allies are increasingly concerned about the
consequences of the course Washington is trying to impose on them. The U.S. response has been to step up the pressure.

For example, the press in Slovenia, currently chairing the European Union, recently revealed American officials‘ diktat to supposedly independent countries. In an account confirmed by Slovenian official sources, we hear American diplomats commanding the timing of a planned unilateral declaration of independence by the Albanian Muslim
administration in Pristina and its recognition by the U.S. and some other governments. Even exposed is the shameful intention to trigger the crisis on the Lord’s Day to thwart Russia in convening an emergency session of the Security Council.

Threats have already been issued that after an independence declaration and recognition, force would be used to shut down so-called „parallel structures“ in Serbian enclaves — in reality the legitimate institutions of our state — including the Mitrovica office of the Ministry for Kosovo and Metohija. Such actions, with expected attacks on Serbian citizens, would constitute a direct assault on the Serbian state and the Serbian nation. While it would be inappropriate to disclose Serbia’s specific response, we will defend our territory and our people as would any other democratic country. Russia and other friendly countries are prepared to assist us.

Should Washington and its followers make good on their current threats to recognize Kosovo, Serbia would never accept it. Not only Russia but many other countries, especially those outside of Europe, would reject recognition. Kosovo would never become a member of the United Nations. We would regard the international presence in Kosovo, including the mission now being considered by the EU, as an occupation force. We Serbs have suffered many occupations in the past and triumphed over them. If necessary we would survive this one as well. Despite any intensification of the terror to which we Christians have been subjected since 1999, my flock in Kosovo has no intention of leaving their homes.

I do not welcome having to direct these critical words at the United States. Serbs have always regarded America as a friend and continue to do so. Americans and Serbs were allies in both World Wars. We are not the ones who are pursuing a confrontation today. But it is impossible for America to profess friendship with Serbia while demanding the amputation of the most precious part of our homeland.

Despite the mistakes made so far, I am convinced that there is still a chance reason will prevail and the disastrous path laid before us will be averted. Today three highly respected former U.S. officials published a thoughtful and constructive analysis of the looming injury to American national interests:

„We believe that an imposed settlement of the Kosovo question and seeking to partition Serbia’s sovereign territory without its consent is not in the interest of the United States. The blithe assumption of American policy — that the mere passage of nine years of relative quiet would be enough to lull Serbia and Russia into reversing their positions on a
conflict that goes back centuries — has proven to be naive in the extreme. We believe that American policy on Kosovo must be reexamined without delay, and we urge the Bush Administration to make it clear that pending the results of such reexamination it would withhold recognition of a Kosovo independence declaration and discourage Kosovo’s Albanians from taking that step.“

Secretary Lawrence Eagleburger, Ambassador John Bolton, and Assistant Secretary Peter Rodman conclude: „As with thorny questions elsewhere, viable and enduring settlements should result from negotiation and compromise. Such an outcome has been undermined by an American promise to the Kosovo Albanians that their demands will be satisfied if they remain adamant and no agreement is reached with Belgrade.“ I believe that negotiations must continue until a mutually acceptable solution can be found to allow us and our Albanian neighbors to live together in peace. Honest talks, without ultimatums or guaranteed results for either side, with no outcome barred from discussion, can still bear fruit. I ask all Americans of good will to ask their leaders in Washington to choose this path.

 

For more information, please visit the American Council for Kosovo’s Web site at http://www.savekosovo.org.

 

The American Council for Kosovo is an activity of Squire Sanders Public Advocacy, LLC, and Global Strategic Communications Group, which are registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act as agents for the Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohija, under the spiritual guidance of His Grace, Bishop ARTEMIJE of Ras and Prizren. Additional information with respect to this matter is on file with the Foreign Agents Registration Unit of the Department of Justice in Washington DC.